Range size and growth temperature influence Eucalyptus species responses to an experimental heatwave
Aspinwall, Michael J; Pfautsch, Sebastian; Tjoelker, Mark G; Varhammar, Angelica; Possell, Malcolm; Drake, John E; Reich, Peter B.; Tissue, David; Atkin, Owen; Rymer, Paul; Dennison, Siobhan; Van Sluyter, Steven C.
Understanding forest tree responses to climate warming and heatwaves is important for predicting changes in tree species diversity, forest C uptake, and vegetation–climate interactions. Yet, tree species differences in heatwave tolerance and their plasticity to growth temperature remain poorly understood. In this study, populations of four Eucalyptus species, two with large range sizes and two with comparatively small range sizes, were grown under two temperature treatments (cool and warm)...[Show more]
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