KlimaVeg

The impact of climate change on species ranges and composition of plant communities in temperate, boreal and alpine regions.  

 

About 120 years back in time in the 1890s, J.M. Norman has been studying the alpine vegetation of about 150 mountains in Northern Norway (Norman 1894).

 

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Jan Mayen is a small (57 km long and 3-15 km wide) volcanic island in the North Atlantic. In the North of the island is the worlds’ northern most active and glaciated volcano, Mt. Beerenberg (2.277 m a.s.l.).

 

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Counting 40 to 50 days only, the summers and growing seasons for plants are extremely short at the Archipelago of Svalbard (78 degrees North).

 

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The work centered on forests within a 140 ha Compartment in Białowieża National Park. It has representative stands  of the area's 6 most important forest community types present in their whole range  of variability and characteristic toposequence.

 

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The 225 ha Siemianówka Reserve was founded on the initiative of the Białowieża Geobotanical Station in 1995, with a view to changes in the marshy forest communities (black-alder bog forest, marshy pine forest and boreal bog spruce forest) being monitored as regards the impact of building Siemianówka Reservoir on the Narew River.

 

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Based on historical data from the years 1854-1956  floristic inventories within the tops and slopes of the peaks of the Western and the High Tatras were resampled , which might allow the observation of changes in the vertical ranges of plants. 

 

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