|Title||Climate Warming, reduced snow, and freezing injury could explain the demise of yellow-cedar in southeast Alaska|
|Authors:||Hennon, P. ;D'Amore, D.V. ;Wittwer, D. ;Johnson, A. ;Schaberg, P. ;Hawley, G. ;Beier, C. ;Sink, S.E. ;Juday, G.P.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2006|
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