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Climate warming interacts with other global change drivers to influence plant phenology: A meta-analysis of experimental studies
Zhou, Huimin; Min, Xueting; Chen, Jianghui; Lu, Chunyan; Huang, Yixuan; Zhang, Zhenhua; Liu, Huiying
2023
Source PublicationECOLOGY LETTERS
AbstractShifts in plant phenology influence ecosystem structures and functions, yet how multiple global change drivers interact to affect phenology remains elusive. We conducted a meta-analysis of 242 published articles to assess interactions between warming (W) and other global change drivers including nitrogen addition (N), increased precipitation (IP), decreased precipitation (DP) and elevated CO2 (eCO(2)) on multiple phenophases in experimental studies. We show that leaf out and first flowering were most strongly affected by warming, while warming and decreased precipitation were the most pronounced drivers for leaf colouring. Moreover, interactions between warming and other global change drivers were common and both synergistic and antagonistic interactions were observed: interactions W + IP and W + eCO(2) were frequently synergistic, whereas interactions W + N and W + DP were mostly antagonistic. These findings demonstrate that global change drivers often affect plant phenology interactively. Incorporating the multitude of interactions into models is crucial for accurately predicting plant responses to global changes.
Indexed BySCIE
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://210.75.249.4/handle/363003/61633
Collection中国科学院西北高原生物研究所
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Zhou, Huimin,Min, Xueting,Chen, Jianghui,et al. Climate warming interacts with other global change drivers to influence plant phenology: A meta-analysis of experimental studies[J]. ECOLOGY LETTERS,2023.
APA Zhou, Huimin.,Min, Xueting.,Chen, Jianghui.,Lu, Chunyan.,Huang, Yixuan.,...&Liu, Huiying.(2023).Climate warming interacts with other global change drivers to influence plant phenology: A meta-analysis of experimental studies.ECOLOGY LETTERS.
MLA Zhou, Huimin,et al."Climate warming interacts with other global change drivers to influence plant phenology: A meta-analysis of experimental studies".ECOLOGY LETTERS (2023).
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