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Could lemmings be involved in regulating our climate?
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Exclusion of brown lemmings reduces vascular plant cover and biomass in arctic coastal tundra: resampling of a 50+ year herbivore exclosure experiment near Barrow, Alaska
The published version of the paper ‘Exclusion of brown lemmings reduces vascular plant cover and biomass in arctic coastal tundra: resampling of a 50+ year herbivore exclosure experiment near Barrow, Alaska’ (D R Johnson, M J Lara, G R Shaver, G O Batzli, J D Shaw and C E Tweedie 2011 Environ. Res. Lett. 6 045507) is freely available online.
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