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Understanding the drivers of extensive plant damage in boreal and Arctic ecosystems: Insights from field surveys in the aftermath of damage
Disjunct populations of European vascular plant species keep the same climatic niches
Miljøkonsekvenser av ferdsel på fjellrev: Sluttrapport til Svalbards miljøvernfond
The role of vertebrate herbivores in regulating shrub expansion in the Arctic: A synthesis
Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome
The dilemma of where to nest: influence of spring snow cover, food proximity and predator abundance on reproductive success of an arctic-breeding migratory herbivore dependent on nesting habitat choice.
Demographic effects of extreme weather events: snow storms, breeding success, and population growth rate in a long-lived Antarctic seabird
A serosurvey for Trichinella in Arctic foxes (Vulpes lagopus) in Svalbard
What can stable isotope analysis of top predator tissues contribute to monitoring of tundra ecosystems?
Svalbard reindeer: Decades of monitoring suggest ecosystem-based monitoring as the future paradigm
Tundra ecosystem responses to climate change in Svalbard.
Climate-Ecological Observatory for Arctic Tundra. A plan for adaptive climate-impact monitoring of terrestrial food webs in Arctic Norway
Kunnskapsgrunnlag for de store nasjonalparkene og fuglereservatene på Vest-Spitsbergen
An assessment of MOSJ – The state of the terrestrial environment in Svalbard
Dyrelivet på Svalbard under «klimapisken»
Experimental harvest reveals the importance of territoriality in limiting the breeding population of Svalbard rock ptarmigan.
Hva spiser svalbardrypa om vinteren?
Hanna Marie Resvoll-Holmsen (1873-1943): Pionèr innen arktisk og alpin botanikk
En takk til jegere på Svalbard
Svalbardreinen - en nøkkelart i økosystemet på tundraen
Mammals (Chapter 3)
Spatial patterns of goose grubbing suggest elevated grubbing in dry habitats linked to early snowmelt
Prevalence of pink-footed goose grubbing in the arctic tundra increases with the population expansion
Svalbardreinen og økosystemet
Experimental harvest reveals the importance of territoriality in limiting the breeding population of Svalbard rock ptarmigan
Long term monitoring data provide knowledge of climate change in Svalbard
Monitoring of Svalbard reindeer
Long-term monitoring of tundra herbivores and the arctic fox: Ny-Ålesund as a platform for studying species interactions and responses to climate change
First results from an experiment excluding three size classes of herbivores from tundra vegetation in southern Yamal, Russia
Warmer and wetter winters: characteristics and implications of an extreme weather event in the High Arctic
Organophosphorous flame retardants in biota from Svalbard, Norway
Climate change impacts on wildlife in a High Arctic archipelago - Svalbard, Norway