Title: Methods for monitoring alpine plant phenology: a pilot study in the line Creek Plateau research natural area, USA
Authors: Křenová, Zdeňka
Shelly, J Stephen
Chocholoušková, Zdeňka
Citation: KŘENOVÁ, Z., SHELLY, J. S., CHOCHOLOUŠKOVÁ, Z. Methods for monitoring alpine plant phenology: a pilot study in the line Creek Plateau research natural area, USA. European Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2019, roč. 9, č. 2, s. 77-86. ISSN 1805-0174.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Charles University
Document type: článek
article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/36506
ISSN: 1805-0174
Keywords in different language: alpline plants;Caltha;Castilleja;climate change;Gentiana;reproductive ecology
Abstract in different language: Alpine plant phenological traits are studied and several hypotheses about their latitudinal variation are tested within a comparative research project, which is being conducted on groups od plant species for which relationschips are inferred from available phylogenies. The study sites for this project are located in tropical Ecuador, semitropical Bolivia and the temperate Rocky Mountains in the USA. Several temperate alpine species occur near the Rocky Mountains Field Station in Colorado and large populations of three alpine target species (Caltha leptosepala, Castilleja pulchella, Gentiana algida) were found at the Line Creek Plateau Research Natural Area, in the Beartooth Range in Montana. This study sete, the target plant species and the results of preliminary study, together with recommendations for the full season monitoring, are discussed in this paper.
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