Sarah Woodin
Sarah Woodin
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Climate change in the Arctic: using plant functional types in a meta‐analysis of field experiments
CF Dormann, SJ Woodin
Functional Ecology 16 (1), 4-17, 2002
3832002
Accelerated increase in plant species richness on mountain summits is linked to warming
MJ Steinbauer, JA Grytnes, G Jurasinski, A Kulonen, J Lenoir, H Pauli, ...
Nature 556 (7700), 231-234, 2018
3622018
Arctic mosses govern below-ground environment and ecosystem processes
JL Gornall, IS Jónsdóttir, SJ Woodin, R Van der Wal
Oecologia 153 (4), 931-941, 2007
2212007
THE POTENTIAL IMPORTANCE OF AN INCREASED ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN SUPPLY TO THE GROWTH OF OMBROTROPHIC SPHAGNUM SPECIES
MC Press, SJ Woodin, JA Lee
New Phytologist 103 (1), 45-55, 1986
2111986
Impacts of increased nitrogen supply on high Arctic heath: the importance of bryophytes and phosphorus availability
C Gordon, JM Wynn, SJ Woodin
New Phytologist 149 (3), 461-471, 2001
2102001
Physiological and growth responses of the montane bryophyte Racomitrium lanuginosum to atmospheric nitrogen deposition
ISK Pearce, SJ Woodin, R Van der Wal
New Phytologist 160 (1), 145-155, 2003
1302003
Interplay between nitrogen deposition and grazing causes habitat degradation
R Van Der Wal, I Pearce, R Brooker, D Scott, D Welch, S Woodin
Ecology Letters 6 (2), 141-146, 2003
1182003
Effects of increased temperature, drought and nitrogen supply on two upland perennials of contrasting functional type: Calluna vulgaris and Pteridium aquilinum
C Gordon, SJ Woodin, IJ Alexander, CE Mullins
The New Phytologist 142 (2), 243-258, 1999
1101999
NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY IN SPHAGNUM FUSCUM IN RELATION TO WET DEPOSITION OF NITRATE FROM THE ATMOSPHERE
S Woodin, MC Press, JA Lee
New Phytologist 99 (3), 381-388, 1985
1041985
Biotic homogenization of upland vegetation: patterns and drivers at multiple spatial scales over five decades
LC Ross, SJ Woodin, AJ Hester, DBA Thompson, HJB Birks
Journal of vegetation science 23 (4), 755-770, 2012
1022012
Effects of increased nitrogen and phosphorus availability on the photosynthesis and nutrient relations of three arctic dwarf shrubs from Svalbard
JA Baddeley, SJ Woodin, IJ Alexander
Functional Ecology, 676-685, 1994
941994
Effects of carbon dioxide and nitrogen enrichment on a plant–insect interaction: the quality of Calluna vulgaris as a host for Operophtera brumata
JE Kerslake, SJ Woodin, SE Hartley
New Phytologist 140 (1), 43-53, 1998
911998
Spring feeding by pink‐footed geese reduces carbon stocks and sink strength in tundra ecosystems
R Van Der WAL, S Sjögersten, SJ Woodin, EJ Cooper, IS Jónsdóttir, ...
Global Change Biology 13 (2), 539-545, 2007
892007
Can the foliar nitrogen concentration of upland vegetation be used for predicting atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Evidence from field surveys
WK Hicks, ID Leith, SJ Woodin, D Fowler
Environmental Pollution 107 (3), 367-376, 2000
892000
Is there a cost of parasites to caribou?
J Hughes, SD Albon, RJ Irvine, S Woodin
Parasitology 136 (2), 253-265, 2009
832009
Balancing positive and negative plant interactions: how mosses structure vascular plant communities
JL Gornall, SJ Woodin, IS Jónsdóttir, R van der Wal
Oecologia 166 (3), 769-782, 2011
762011
The fate of some components of acidic deposition in ombrotrophic mires
SJ Woodin, JA Lee
Environmental Pollution 45 (1), 61-72, 1987
761987
HABITAT TYPE DETERMINES HERBIVORY CONTROLS OVER CO2 FLUXES IN A WARMER ARCTIC
S Sjögersten, R Van der Wal, SJ Woodin
Ecology 89 (8), 2103-2116, 2008
742008
How important is plot relocation accuracy when interpreting re-visitation studies of vegetation change?
LC Ross, SJ Woodin, A Hester, DBA Thompson, HJB Birks
Plant Ecology & Diversity 3 (1), 1-8, 2010
732010
Small-scale hydrological variation determines landscape CO 2 fluxes in the high Arctic
S Sjögersten, R van der Wal, SJ Woodin
Biogeochemistry 80 (3), 205-216, 2006
722006
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