Co-Chairs: Emma Davis (University of Waterloo)
Andrew Trant (University of Waterloo)
Luise Hermanutz (Memorial University)
Terrestrial systems across the Arctic are undergoing rapid changes in vegetation characteristics as a result of climate warming. Arctic vegetation is an integral component of many environmental and cultural relationships, and combining multiple research approaches can help to improve our understanding of the underlying drivers and implications of vegetation change for people and animals. In this session on ‘Arctic plants in changing landscapes’, we welcome contributions from a range of disciplines that address interactions between plants and the environment, particularly those that bridge temporal and spatial scales, and/or that braid Western Science with Indigenous Knowledge.