alexa Changes in Alaskan Tundra Ecosystems Estimated from MODIS Greenness Trends, 2000 to 2010

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Changes in Alaskan Tundra Ecosystems Estimated from MODIS Greenness Trends, 2000 to 2010

Climate is changing worldwide, but Arctic Alaska is warming at a rate almost twice the global average . Changes already observed in Alaskan landscapes include rapidly eroding shorelines, melting ground ice (permafrost), wetland drying, ice wedge degradation, increased shrub growth at high latitudes, and conifer forest decline. Sustainable ecological function, community resiliency, and threatened species are all at stake in Alaska.

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https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/changes-in-alaskan-tundra-ecosystems-estimated-from-modis-greenness-trends-2000-to-2010-2169-0049.1000107.php?aid=12119
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