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Decline in snow cover spells trouble for many plants, animals
Date:5/7/2013

rsal power to track the retreating range boundary of the subnivium."

As an ecological niche, the subnivium has been little studied. However, as snow cover retreats in a warming world, land managers, the Wisconsin researchers argue, need to begin to pay attention to the changes and the resulting loss of habitat for a big range of plants and animals.

"Snow cover is becoming shorter, thinner and less predictable," says Pauli. "We're seeing a trend. The subnivium is in retreat."


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Contact: Jonathan Pauli
jnpauli@wisc.edu
608-890-0285
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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