Delgado-Baquerizo et al. 2019.
Changes in belowground biodiversity during ecosystem development. PNAS. Wardle et al. 2004. Ecological Linkages Between Aboveground and Belowground Biota. Science. 304, (5677), 1629-1633. Adair et al. 2019. Above and belowground community strategies respond to different global change drivers. Scientific Reports. 9: 2540.
This week only 2 papers, because of the NØF conference at the start of the week and holiday at the end of it. This is all I could manage…
Byrnes et al. 2014.
Investigating the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem multifunctionality: challenges and solutions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5, 111–124 Fanin et al. 2018. Consistent effects of biodiversity loss on multifunctionality across contrasting ecosystems. Nature Eco Evo. 2: 269–278.
A lot of phenology papers this week, because I am working on an article. And only 5 papers, because I also reviewed one paper.
On selection for flowering time plasticity in response to density. New Phytologist, 205: 429–439
I only managed to read this paper… but I read a lot of other paper, for writing the introduction to a paper. Just not the once I had thought. So here a few papers I actually read.
Phenology, growth, and fecundity of eight subarctic tundra species in response to snowmelt manipulations. Plant Ecology, 207: 53–66. Kawai, Y., Kudo, G., (2011). Local differentiation of flowering phenology in an alpine- snowbed herb Gentiana nipponica. Botany 89: 361–367. Cooper, E. J. et al. 2011. Late snowmelt delays plant development and results in lower reproductive success in the High Arctic. – Plant Sci. 180: 157–167. Totland, Ø. 1993. Pollination in alpine Norway: flowering phenology, insect visitors, and visitation rates in two plant communities. – Can. J. Bot. 71: 1072–1079. Totland, Ø. 1994. Intraseasonal variation in pollination intensity and seed set in an alpine population of Ranunculus acris in southwestern Norway. – Ecography 17: 159–165.