"Global study finds taller plant species taking over as mountains and the Arctic warm"

October 01, 2018

Read the SFU News report on a study by a global team, including our own professor David Hik (pictured above), linking the effects of climate change to new and taller plant species in the Arctic and alpine tundra, where low-growing grasses and dwarf shrubs typically grow. 

SFU News post:

Link to paper in Nature