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Impact of a reduced winter snowpack on litter arthropod abundance and diversity in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem

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Templer, Pamela H.; Schiller, Andrew F.; Fuller, Nathan W.; Socci, Anne M.; Campbell, John L.; Drake, John E.; Kunz, Thomas H.

Year Published

2012

Publication

Biology and Fertility of Soils. 48(4): 413-424.

Abstract

Projected changes in climate for the northeastern USA over the next 100 years include a reduction in the depth and duration of the winter snowpack, which could affect soil temperatures and frost regimes. We conducted a snow-removal experiment in a northern hardwood forest at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in central New Hampshire over 2 years to induce soil freezing and evaluate its effect on the abundance, richness, and diversity of soil arthropods during the growing season.

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Templer, Pamela H.; Schiller, Andrew F.; Fuller, Nathan W.; Socci, Anne M.; Campbell, John L.; Drake, John E.; Kunz, Thomas H. 2012. Impact of a reduced winter snowpack on litter arthropod abundance and diversity in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 48(4): 413-424. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-011-0636-3.

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