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Olsen 2014

Climate change and biotic interactions in plant communities: effects on plant recruitment and growth, population dynamics and community properties

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A pdf of Siri's thesis can be found on the right.

Philosophiae Doctor (PhD) Thesis, Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Environmental Science and Technology, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås.

Climate change and biotic interactions in plant communities: effects on plant recruitment and growth, population dynamics and community properties
Klimaendringer og samspillet mellom arter i plantesamfunn: effekter på rekruttering og plantevekst, populasjonsdynamikk og samfunnsegenskaper