• Diminished temperature and vegetation seasonality over northern high latitudes 

      Xu, L.; Myneni, R. B.; Chapin III, F. S.; Callaghan, T. V.; Pinzon, J. E.; Tucker, C. J.; Zhu, Z.; Bi, J.; Ciais, P.; Tømmervik, H.; Euskirchen, E. S.; Forbes, Bruce C.; Piao, S. L.; Anderson, B. T.; Ganguly, S.; Nemani, R. R.; Goetz, S. J.; Beck, P. S. A.; Bunn, A. G.; Cao, C.; Stroeve, J. C. (Nature Publishing Group, 2013-03-10)
      Global temperature is increasing, especially over northern lands (>50° N), owing to positive feedbacks1. As this increase is most pronounced in winter, temperature seasonality (ST)—conventionally defined as the difference ...
    • Eurasian Arctic greening reveals teleconnections and the potential for novel ecosystems 

      Macias-Fauria, Marc; Forbes, Bruce C.; Zetterberg, Pentti; Kumpula, Timo (Nature Publishing Group, 2012)
      Arctic warming has been linked to observed increases in tundra shrub cover and growth in recent decades on the basis of significant relationships between deciduous shrub growth/biomass and temperature. These vegetation ...