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Koma Kulshan Chapter: Shifting Plant Communities in the North Cascades
Climate warming has driven many species to higher elevations and latitudes in recent decades, but not all species are shifting upwards at the same rate. Unequal shifts can create communities with new combinations of species that look unlike the communities of the past. Dr. Amy Angert, the Canada Research Chair in Conservation Ecology at the University of British Columbia, will discuss work in which she and colleagues are re-surveying forest vegetation along elevation gradients in the North Cascades to detect recent climate-driven changes in community composition, and conducting experiments to help predict how our future forests will look and function.

Feb 17, 2021 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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