• Background invertebrate herbivory on dwarf birch (Betula glandulosa-nana complex) increases with temperature and precipitation across the tundra biome 

      Barrio, Isabel C.; Lindén, Elin; te Beest, Mariska; Olofsson, Johan; Rocha, Adrian; Soininen, Eeva M; Alatalo, Juha M.; Andersson, Tommi; Asmus, Ashley; Boike, Julia; Bråthen, Kari Anne; Bryant, John P.; Buchwal, Agata; Bueno, C. Guillermo; Christie, Katherine S.; Denisova, Yulia V.; Egelkraut, Dagmar; Ehrich, Dorothee; Fishback, LeeAnn; Forbes, Bruce C.; Gartzia, Maite; Grogan, Paul; Hallinger, Martin; Heijmans, Monicque M.P.D.; Hik, David S.; Hofgaard, Annika; Holmgren, Milena; Høye, Toke T.; Huebner, Diane C.; Jonsdottir, Ingibjørg; Kaarlejärvi, Elina; Kumpula, Timo; Lange, Cynthia Y.M.J.G.; Lange, Jelena; Lévesque, Esther; Limpens, Juul; Macias-Fauria, Marc; Myers-Smith, Isla; Van Nieukerken, Erik J.; Normand, Signe; Post, Eric S.; Schmidt, Niels Martin; Sitters, Judith; Skoracka, Anna; Sokolov, Alexander; Sokolova, Natalya; Speed, James David Mervyn; Street, Lorna E.; Sundqvist, Maja K.; Suominen, Otso; Tananaev, Nikita; Tremblay, Jean-Pierre; Urbanowicz, Christine; Uvarov, Sergey A.; Watts, David; Wilmking, Martin; Wookey, Philip A.; Zimmermann, Heike H.; Zverev, Vitali; Kozlov, Mikhail V. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Chronic, low intensity herbivory by invertebrates, termed background herbivory, has been understudied in tundra, yet its impacts are likely to increase in a warmer Arctic. The magnitude of these changes is however hard to ...
    • Determinants of tree seedling establishment in alpine tundra 

      Marsman, Floor; Nystuen, Kristin Odden; Opedal, Øystein Hjorthol; Sørensen, Mia Vedel; De Frenne, Pieter; Graae, Bente Jessen; Limpens, Juul; Foest, Jessie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Questions Changes in climate and herbivory pressure affect northern alpine ecosystems through woody plant encroachment, altering their composition, structure and functioning. The encroachment often occurs at unequal rates ...
    • Environmental and taxonomic controls of carbon and oxygen stable isotope composition in Sphagnum across broad climatic and geographic ranges 

      Granath, Gustaf; Rydin, Håkan; Baltzer, JL; Bengtsson, F; bonocek, n; Bragazza, Luca; Bu, Z-J; Caporn, SJM; Dorrepaal, Ellen; Galanina, O; Galka, M; Ganeva, Anna; Gilikin, DP; Goia, I; Goncharova, N; Hájek, Michal; Haraguchi, A; Harris, Lorna I; Humphreys, E; Jiroušek, M; Kajukało, K; Karofeld, E; Koronatova, NG; Kosykh, NP; Lamentowicz, Mariusz; Lapshina, Elena D.; Limpens, Juul; Linkosalmi, Maiju; Ma, J-Z; Mauritz, Marguerite; Munir, TM; Natali, SM; Natcheva, Rayna; Noskova, M; Payne, Richard J.; Pilkington, K; Robinson, Sean,; Robroek, Bjorn J M; Rochefort, L.; Singer, David; Stenøien, Hans K.; Tuttila, E-S; Vellak, Kai; Verheyden, A; Waddington, JM; Rice, SK (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Rain-fed peatlands are dominated by peat mosses (Sphagnum sp.), which for their growth depend on nutrients, water and CO2 uptake from the atmosphere. As the isotopic composition of carbon (12,13C) and oxygen (16,18O) of ...