Plants down under: The photosynthetic pathway of plants found across Australia’s largest ecosystem monitoring network
As our climate changes, plants using different ways to convert CO2, sunlight, & water into food, known as photosynthetic pathways, will have to ‘migrate’ to new habitats to survive. This problem inspired the creation of a new data set that lists the photosynthetic pathway > 2400 Australian species.
Merging long-term records of aerosol loading creates a high-quality, useful dataset for a continental site.
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