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  • Altitudinal patterns of vegetation, flora, life forms, and environments in the alpine zone of the Fiord Ecological Region, New Zealand

    Authors
    Alan Mark, T. Maegli, K.J.M. Dickinson, S. Porter, J.J. Piggott, P. Michel
    Journal
    New Zealand Journal of Botany
    Year
    2008
    The altitudinal zonation patterns of vegetation structure, vascular flora, and life/growth forms were comprehensively assessed in relation to temperature and soil factors from treeline (1040 m) to the... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Ploughing boulders on the Rock and Pillar Range, south-central New Zealand: Their geomorphology and alpine plant associations

    Authors
    Alan Mark, T. Maegli, K.J.M. Dickinson, S.W. Grab
    Journal
    Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand
    Year
    2008
    The first Southern Hemisphere descriptions of the geomorphology of currently active ploughing boulders, together with a wide range of relevant site factors and associated vegetation patterns, are prov... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Two GLORIA long-term alpine monitoring sites established in New Zealand as part of a global network

    Authors
    Alan Mark, T. Maegli, K.J.M. Dickinson, S.R.P. Halloy
    Journal
    Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand
    Year
    2006
    Recent information on climatic warming is reviewed in both the global and New Zealand contexts, with emphasis on the relatively sensitive plants of the alpine zone. Also discussed is the initiation in... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Will loss of snow cover during climatic warming expose New Zealand alpine plants to increased frost damage?

    Authors
    Alan Mark, P. Bannister, T. Maegli, K.J.M. Dickinson, S.R.P. Halloy, A. Knight, J.M. Lord, K.L. Spencer
    Journal
    Oecologia
    Year
    2005
    If snow cover in alpine environments were reduced through climatic warming, plants that are normally protected by snow-lie in winter would become exposed to greater extremes of temperature and solar r... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE