CR Special 2:
Climate Research Vol. 5, No. 1 (1995):
Circumpolar Ecosystems in Winter
Publication date: February 23, 1995
Co-edited by Peter Scott and Vernon Meentemeyer
The Circumpolar Ecosystems in Winter Program was established to encourage and support research on the many aspects of winter and winter-dominated systems. The collection of papers in this volume is significant in that it represents a sampling of the many topics that have arisen with respect to climate change in winter-dominated regions.
The diversity of subjects covered includes the role of a changing climate in the marine system and the codfish decline, overwintering strategies in insects and frogs, snow and climate change studies, and the adaptations of northern peoples to a harsh changing climate.
Liang L, Kershaw GP
Climate change in the Mackenzie Mountains, N.W.T., Canada
Snowpack ablation and associated processes in the Subarctic forest near Fort Norman, N.W.T., Canada
Scott PA, Rouse WR
Impacts of increased winter snow cover on upland tundra vegetation: a case example
Boudreau LD, Rouse WR
The role of individual terrain units in the water balance of wetland tundra
Firlotte N, Staniforth RJ
Strategies for revegetation of disturbed gravel areas in climate stressed subarctic environments with special reference to Churchill, Manitoba, Canada: a literature review
Layne JR Jr, Lee RE Jr
Adaptations of frogs to survive freezing
Lee RE Jr, Dommel RA, Joplin KH, Denlinger DL
Cryobiology of the freeze-tolerant gall fly Eurosta solidaginis: overwintering energetics and heat shock proteins
Conover RJ, Wilson S, Harding GCH, Vass WP
Climate, copepods and cod: some thoughts on the long-range prospects for a sustainable northern cod fishery
Oakes J, Wilkins H, Riewe R, Kelker D, Forest T
Comparison of traditional and manufactured cold weather ensembles
Climate and cultural barriers to northern economic development: a case study from Broughton Island, N.W.T., Canada
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