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- Peters, Debra P. C., et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Ecology 2014 v.95 no.8 pp. 2121-2133
- climate change; drought; ecosystem services; food security; forage; grasses; grasslands; invasive species; livelihood; managers; mortality; new species; primary productivity; rain; risk; warm season; Southwestern United States
- ... Grasslands across the United States play a key role in regional livelihood and national food security. Yet, it is still unclear how this important resource will respond to the prolonged warm droughts and more intense rainfall events predicted with climate change. The early 21st‐century drought in the southwestern United States resulted in hydroclimatic conditions that are similar to those expected ...