Ecological Monographs, 0012-9615

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  1. 2020
  2. Removal of grazers alters the response of tundra soil carbon to warming and enhanced nitrogen availability

    Henni Ylänne, Elina Kaarlejärvi, Maria Väisänen, Minna Männistö, Saija H K Ahonen, Johan Olofsson & Sari Stark, 2020 feb, I: Ecological Monographs. 90, 1, e01396.

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  3. 2019
  4. The intrinsic predictability of ecological time series and its potential to guide forecasting

    Frank Pennekamp, Alison C. Iles, Joshua Garland, Georgina Brennan, Ulrich Brose, Ursula Gaedke, Ute Jacob, Pavel Kratina, Blake Matthews, Stephan Munch, Mark Novak, Gian Marco Palamara, Björn C. Rall, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Andrea Tabi, Colette Ward, Richard Williams, Hao Ye & Owen L. Petchey, 2019 maj 1, I: Ecological Monographs. 89, 2, 17 s., e01359.

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  5. 2015
  6. Revisiting the hypothesis that fungal-to-bacterial dominance characterizes turnover of soil organic matter and nutrients

    Johannes Rousk & Serita D. Frey, 2015, I: Ecological Monographs. 85, 3, s. 457-472

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  7. 2009
  8. Sensitivity of the carbon cycle in the Arctic to climate change

    A. David McGuire, Leif G. Anderson, Torben Christensen, Scott Dallimore, Laodong Guo, Daniel J. Hayes, Martin Heimann, Thomas D. Lorenson, Robie W. Macdonald & Nigel Roulet, 2009, I: Ecological Monographs. 79, 4, s. 523-555

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  9. 2002
  10. Summer inputs of riverine nutrients to the Baltic Sea: Bioavailability and eutrophication relevance

    R Stepanauskas, N O G Jorgensen, O R Eigaard, A Zvikas, L J Tranvik & Lars Leonardson, 2002, I: Ecological Monographs. 72, 4, s. 579-597

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