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Pollination, Climate Change and Invasive Species in Arctic and Alpine Ecosystems
23.07.2013 - 24.7.2013 

Place: Kluane Lake Research Station, Yukon (via Whitehorse)

Pollination, Climate Change and Invasive Species in Arctic and Alpine Ecosystems Climate change and invasive species have the potential to disrupt arctic, sub-arctic and alpine ecosystems. The distribution and seasonal phenology of pollinators are already shifting as a result of climate change, while the impact of invasive plants may seriously affect native species and ecological processes even in remote places. NSERC - CANPOLIN and the Arctic Institute of North America are organizing a 2-day workshop for scientists and stakeholders to address this important topic. The workshop will allow participants to assess the current state of knowledge, identify emerging issues, determine research priorities and lay the foundation for new collaborations and partnerships. (http://arctic.ucalgary.ca/files/arctic/CANPOLIN%20Yukon%20workshop%20announcement%20final.pdf)




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