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Friday, October 16, 2009

BRYONET: global warming and bryophytes.

BRYONET

Dear Jana,
You might find useful information in my online book on Bryophyte
Ecology <http://www.bryoecol.mtu.edu/>. In the first volume there is a
chapter on temperature. It does not directly address the question of
global warming, but it addresses effects of high temperatures on
bryophytes, so it is easy to deduce what would happen to certain species.
Have your searched in Google Scholar for bryophytes and temperature?
Best wishes,
Janice
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Dr. Janice M. Glime, Prof. Emerita
(Michigan Technological University)
Past-President of IAB, Manager of Bryonet
219 Hubbell St.
Houghton, MI 49931 USA
phone: 906-482-1610
email: jmglime@mtu.edu
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