Can altitudinal data predict latitudinal responses of plants to climate change?

Funded by European Commission (Horizon 2020).

Total award value £209,032.50

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Professor Alistair Jump
Professor Alistair Jump

Dean of Natural Sciences, NS Management and Support

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Matias L, Gonzalez Diaz P & Jump A (2014) Larger investment in roots in southern range-edge populations of Scots pine is associated with increased growth and seedling resistance to extreme drought in response to simulated climate change. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 105, pp. 32-38.


Matias L & Jump A (2012) Interactions between growth, demography and biotic interactions in determining species range limits in a warming world: the case of Pinus sylvestris. Forest Ecology and Management, 282, pp. 10-22.;

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