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Terrer, C.; Vicca, S.; Hungate, B.A.; Phillips, R.P. and Prentice, I.C.. (2016)  Mycorrhizal association as a primary control of the CO2 fertilization effect. Science 353, 72-74.

Estiarte, M.; Vicca, S.; Penuelas, J.; Bahn, M.; Beier, C.; Emmett, B.A.; Fay, P.A.; Hanson, P.J.; Hasibeder, R.; Kigel, J.; Kroel-Dulay, G.; Larsen, K.S.; Lellei-Kovacs, E.; Limousin, J.M.; Ogaya, R.; Ourcival, J.M.; Reinsch, S.; Sala, O.E.; Kappel-Schmidt, I.; Sternberg, M.; Tielborger, K.; Tietema, A. and Janssens, I.A. (2016) Few multiyear precipitation-reduction experimetns find a shift in the productivity-precipitation relationship. Global Change Biology, 22, 2570-2581. 

De Boeck, H.; Vicca, S.; Roy, J.; Nijs, I.; Milcu, A.; Kreyling, J.; Jentsch, A.; Chabbi, A.; Campioli, M.; Beierkuhnlein, C. and Beier, C. (2014) Global Change Experiments: Challenges and opportunities, Bioscience 65, 922-931.

Poeplau, T.; Kätterer; N. I. W.; Leblans and Sigurdsson, B.D. (2016) Sensitivity of soil carbon fractions and their specific stabilisation mechanisms to extreme soil warming in a subarctic grassland –Global Change Biology (23),1316–1327. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13491

N. I. W. Leblans, B. D. Sigurdsson, P. Roefs, R. Thuys, B. Magnússon, and I. A. Janssens (2014) Effects of seabird nitrogen input on biomass and carbon accumulation after 50 years of primary succession on a young volcanic island, Surtsey –Biogeosciences, 11,. doi:10.5194/bg-11-6237-2014.

Krassimira Ilieva-Makulec, Brynhildur Bjarnadottir and Bjarni D. Sigurdsson (2015) Soil nematode communities on Surtsey, 50 years after the formation of the volcanic island. I Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 28, 43-58, DOI: 10.16886/IAS.2015.05.

Hiltbrunner, E.; Aerts R.; Bühlmann T.; Huss-Danell K.; Myrold D.D.; Reed S.C.; Sigurdsson B.D.; Körner C. (2015) Ecological consequences of the expansion of N₂-fixing plants in cold biomes.Oecologia, 176, 11-24. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-014-2991-x

Stefansdottir, G., Aradottir, A. L., and Sigurdsson, B. D.: (2014) Accumulation of nitrogen and organic matter during primary succession of Leymus arenarius dunes on the volcanic island Surtsey, Iceland, Biogeosciences, 11, 5763-5771. doi:10.5194/bg-11-5763-2014

Markus Didion, Anna Repo,  Jari Liski, Martin Forsius, Michael Bierbaumer and Ika Djukic (2016) Towards Harmonizing Leaf Litter Decomposition Studies Using Standard Tea Bags—A Field Study and Model Application.. Forests 7, 167. DOI: 10.3390/f7080167

L.C. Andresen, C. Müller, G. de Dato, J.S. Dukes, B.A. Emmett, M. Estiarte, A. Jentsch, G. Kröel-Dulay, A. Lüscher, S. Niu, J. Peñuelas, P.B. Reich, S. Reinsch, R. Ogaya, I.K. Schmidt, M.K. Schneider, M. Sternberg, A. Tietema, K. Zhu, M.C. Bilton (2016) Shifting impacts of Climate Change: Long-term patterns of plant response to elevated CO2, drought, and warming across ecosystems. In: Alex J. Dumbrell, Rebecca L. Kordas and Guy Woodward, Editor(s), Advances in Ecological Research, Academic Press, 2016, Volume 55, Pages 437-473. ISSN 0065-2504, ISBN 9780081009352,,

A K. Knapp; M. L. Avolio; C. Beier; C. J. W. Carroll; S. L. Collins; J. S. Dukes; L. H. Fraser; R. J. Griffin-Nolan; D. L. Hoover; A. Jentsch; M. E. Loi; R.P. Phillips; A. K. Post; O. E. Sala; I. J. Slette; L. Yahdjian and M.D. Smith. (2017) Pushing precipitation to the extremes in distributed experiments: recommendations for simulating wet and dry years. Global Change Biology, 23, 1774-1782. doi: 10.1111/gcb.13504

Maljanen, M., H. Yli-Moijala, C. Biasi, N.I.W. Leblans, H.J. De Boeck, B. Bjarnadóttir and B.D. Sigurdsson 2017. The emissions of N2O and CH4 from natural soil temperature gradients in a volcanic area in southwest Iceland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 109:70-80.

Sigurdsson, B.D., N.I.W. Leblans, S. Dauwe, E. Guðmundsdóttir, P. Gundersen, G.E. Gunnarsdóttir, M. Holmstrup, K. Ilieva-Makulec, T. Kätterer, B. Marteinsdóttir, M. Maljanen, E.S. Oddsdóttir, I. Ostonen, J. Peñuelas, C. Poeplau, A. Richter, P. Sigurðsson, P.M. Van Bodegom, H. Wallander, J. Weedon and I. Janssens 2016. Geothermal ecosystems as natural climate change experiments: the ForHot research site in Iceland as a case study. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences. 29:53-71. doi: 10.16886/IAS.2016.05

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