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Press Release 10-195

Climate Change May Create Tipping Points for Populations, Not Just Species

Researchers measure survival, reproduction of thousands of arctic and alpine plants over six years

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Photo of a single moss campion plant.

A single moss campion plant shows the influence of climate change on entire populations.

Credit: Tracy Feldman


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Photo of moss campion flowers.

Moss campion demonstrates that climate change may create tipping points in populations.

Credit: Daniel Doak


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Photo of a moss campion in flower.

Climate shapes the growth and survival of plants, including these along Alaska's Dalton Highway near the Brooks Range.

Credit: Daniel Doak


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Photo of individual alpine bistort plants marked by multi-colored toothpicks.

Multi-colored party toothpicks mark individual alpine bistort plants in the Alaskan tundra.

Credit: Daniel Doak


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Photo of Bill Morris and Alex Rose measuring plants in an alpine cirque.

Bill Morris and Alex Rose measure plants in an alpine cirque above Kennecott, Alaska.

Credit: Daniel Doak


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