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Flowers blooming inside an open topped chamber, installed on the tundra. According to a Barrow based botanist Katlyn Betway, by studying the effect of global warming on plants, it is possible to predict the increase or decrease of the populations of rodents dependent on the plants. In its turn, the number of rodents will influence the population of predators, such as owls or Polar foxes, those will influence other predators, and finally, humans.