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Rapid, landscape scale responses in riparian tundra vegetation to exclusion of small and large mammalian herbivores
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2011)
Productive tundra plant communities composed of a variety of fast growing herbaceous and woody plants are likely to attract mammalian herbivores. Such vegetation is likely to respond to different-sized herbivores more rapidly than currently acknowledged from the tundra. Accentuated by currently changing populations of arctic mammals there is a need to understand impacts of different-sized herbivores ...