Species such as the musk ox, Arctic fox and lemming live in the harsh, cold and deserted tundra environment. However, they have often been in the spotlight when researchers have studied the impact of a warmer climate on the countryside in the north. Until now, the focus has been concentrated on individual species, but an international team of biologists has now published an important study of entire food-web dynamics in the well-reputed journal Nature Climate Change.
Researchers reveal the dynamics behind Arctic ecosystems
Monday, March 24, 2014