Climate Change Effects on Arctic Plant species
Aurora Research Institute Librarian
Prepared for the Canadian Botanical Association, Conservation Committee
The aim of this bibliography is to summarize research on the effects of climate change on plant life in the arctic (focusing on the North American western Arctic). The starting point for the material was the files of research licensed in the NWT through the Aurora Research Institute, and expanding outward from there. The first section focuses most closely on the effects of climate change on plant life in the western arctic, but much of the research in the files was more general than that, so there is also a section on more general climate change research (still linked to the initial idea, but not necessarily western arctic, or plant specific). Similarly, there is also a more general section on arctic plant research, still linked with the initial idea, but not necessarily climate change specific. The CBA was also interested in the issues of rare plants and invasive species in the Canadian Arctic. Climate change could be having a significant impact there, so there is a small section each on both of those topics. The specific topic of “the effects of climate change on invasive species and rare plants in the western Canadian Arctic” was a little too narrow to find anything, which is why it was broadened it to the above categories (although this provides suggestions for some future research). The idea is to summarize the research in an accessible way in order to present it to political leaders, the media, and thus the general public, to demonstrate that there are real, measurable impacts of climate warming happening right now in our own country, and what effect that may have on Canadians inside and outside of the arctic, with the hopes of generating some action.
Separate bibliographies are presented below for climate change effects on arctic plants, rare arctic plants, invasive plants in the arctic and general references on climate change.
Bibliography of Climate Change Effects on Arctic Plants
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