-

Netherlands Polar Data Center

Project - Terrestrial ecosystems in ARctic and ANTarctic: effects of UV Light, Liquefying ice and Ascending temperatures (TARANTELLA)

Summary

People involved

NameOrganizationRole

Daughter projects

TitleFunding idPeriod

Datasets

TitleStart dateEnd date

Publications

Weijers, S., Broekman, R., & Rozema, J., 2010. Dendrochronology in the High Arctic: July air temperatures reconstructed from annual shoot length growth of the circumarctic dwarf shrub Cassiope tetragon. Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (27), 3831-3842

Rozema, J., Weijers, S., et al., 2009. Annual growth of Cassiope tetragona as a proxy for Arctic climate: developing correlative and experimental transfer functions to reconstruct past summer temperature on a millennial time scale. Global Change Biology 15 (7), 1703-1715

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A.H.L., et al., 2008. Climate change effects on soil arthropod communities from the Falkland Islands and the Maritime Antarctic. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (7), 1547-1556

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A.H.L., et al., 2007. Climate change effects on organic matter decomposition rates in ecosystems from the Maritime Antarctic and Falkland Islands. Global Change Biology 13 (12), 2642-2653

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A.H.L., et al., 2007. External nutrient inputs into terrestrial ecosystems of the Falkland Islands and the Maritime Antarctic region. Polar Biology 30 (10), 1315-1321

Bokhorst, S., Ronfort, C., et al., 2007. Food choice of Antarctic soil arthropods clarified by stable isotope signatures. Polar Biology 30 (8), 983-990

van de Wal, R.S.W., Sjögersten, S., et al., 2007. Spring feeding by pink-footed geese reduces carbon stocks and sink strength in tundra ecosystems. Global Change Biology 13 (2), 539-545