New biocrust studies, we are participating in, have been published!
Friday, 02 December 2022
Towards an understanding of future range shifts in lichens and mosses under climate change:
Total area change (± 95% CI deriving from uncertainty among global climate models) from current to future projections, partitioned by group (lichen or moss) and Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSPs, shown by colour gradation)
The studies 'Key drivers of the annual carbon budget of biocrusts from various climatic zones determined with a mechanistic data-driven model', 'Towards an understanding of future range shifts in lichens and mosses under climate change' and 'A research agenda for non-vascular photoautotrophs under climate change' have been published in the journals Biogeosciences Discussions, Journal of Biogeography and New Phytologist.