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Fungal feedbacks to climate change

Nature Climate Change volume 1, pages 192193 (2011) | Download Citation

Climate change is known to affect the carbon balance of Arctic tundra ecosystems by influencing plant growth and decomposition. Less predictable climate-driven biotic events, such as disease outbreaks, are now shown to potentially shift these ecosystems from net carbon sinks to sources.

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