Drs Peltier and Ogle publish new perspective on tree-growth sensitivity to climate

In a new study published in Ecology Letters, postdoc Drew Peltier and professor Kiona Ogle present a new perspective on the sensitivity of tree growth to climate: it is not constant across time. While many models implicitly treat tree-growth response to climate as temporally invariant, we argue that trees respond differently to equal climate forcings at different times. You can find their study, Tree growth sensitivity to climate is temporally variable” here.