New study tracks nonnative plant species in timing of grassland green-up

Gradual changes to when grassland plants turn green in the spring and fade in the fall, widely attributed to climate change, may arise due to different factors than previously thought, according to new research from an Iowa State University scientist.

New study tracks nonnative plant species in timing of grassland green-up

Gradual changes to when grassland plants turn green in the spring and fade in the fall, widely attributed to climate change, may arise due to different factors than previously thought, according ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from Phys.org

New Study Tracks Nonnative Plant Species in Timing of Grassland Green-Up, Wed 9 Aug 17 from Newswise

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