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Project - Climate change and biodiversity in the Arctic, an international field campaign to improve predictability

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A. K. Rennermalm, L. C. Smith, et al., 2013. Evidence of meltwater retention within the Greenland ice sheet. The Cryosphere 7 (5), 1433-1445Simone I. Lang, Johannes H. C. Cornelissen, et al., 2012. Arctic warming on two continents has consistent negative effects on lichen diversity and mixed effects on bryophyte diversity. Global Change Biology 18 (3), 1096-1107Grégoire T. Freschet, André T. C. Dias, et al., 2011. Global to community scale differences in the prevalence of convergent over divergent leaf trait distributions in plant assemblages. Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (5), 755-765FRIDA KEUPER, ELLEN DORREPAAL, et al., 2011. A Race for Space? How Sphagnum fuscum stabilizes vegetation composition during long-term climate manipulations. Global Change Biology 17 (6), 2162-2171Marika Makkonen, Matty P. Berg, et al., 2011. Traits explain the responses of a sub-arctic Collembola community to climate manipulation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (2), 377-384Wookey, P.A., Aerts, M.A.P.A., et al., 2009. Ecosystem feedbacks and cascade processes: understanding their role in the responses of Arctic and alpine ecosystems to environmental change. Global Change Biology 15 (5), 1153-1172Simone I. Lang, Johannes H. C. Cornelissen, et al., 2009. An experimental comparison of chemical traits and litter decomposition rates in a diverse range of subarctic bryophyte, lichen and vascular plant species. Journal of Ecology 97 (5), 886-900Lang, S.I., Cornelissen, J.H.C., et al., 2009. Determinants of cryptogam composition and diversity in Sphagnum-dominated peatlands: the importance of temporal, spatial and functional scales. Journal of Ecolog 97 (2), 299-310

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