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Project - How trait spectra of bryophytes, vascular plants and invertebrates interact to control carbon turnover in arctic tundra: mechanisms underlying climate change impacts

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Eveline J. Krab, Rien Aerts, et al., 2014. Northern peatland Collembola communities unaffected by three summers of simulated extreme precipitation. Applied Soil Ecology 79 (2014-07), 70-76

Eveline J. Krab, Matty P. Berg, et al., 2013. Vascular plant litter input in subarctic peat bogs changes Collembola diets and decomposition patterns. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 63 (2013-08), 106-115

Eveline J. Krab, Irene M. Van Schrojenstein Lantman, et al., 2013. How extreme is an extreme climatic event to a subarctic peatland springtail community? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 59 (2013-04), 16-24

Eveline J. Krab, Richard S. P. Van Logtestijn, et al., 2012. Reservations about preservations: storage methods affect δ13C signatures differently even in closely related soil fauna. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (1), 138-144

Eveline J. Krab, Hilde Oorsprong, et al., 2010. Turning northern peatlands upside down: disentangling microclimate and substrate quality effects on vertical distribution of Collembola. Functional Ecology 24 (6), 1362-1369

Eveline J. Krab, Johannes H. C. Cornelissen, et al., 2008. Amino acid uptake among wide-ranging moss species may contribute to their strong position in higher-latitude ecosystems. Plant and Soil 304 (1-2), 199-208


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