Christopher W. Kopp and Elsa E. Cleland Shifts in plant species elevational range limits and abundances observed over nearly five decades in a western North America mountain range Journal of Vegetation Science 25
We conducted a 49-yr re-survey of plant communities in California's White Mountains. We found that sagebrush increased in abundance at the upper elevations of its distribution while there were significant declines in abundances at the lower elevation ranges of three alpine cushion plants. These shifts occurred during a period when temperatures increased and precipitation declined at this location.
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