Matteo Petit Bon
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Global maps of soil temperature
J Lembrechts, J Van den Hoogen, J Aalto, M Ashcroft, P De Frenne, ...
Global Change Biology 28, 3110-3144, 2022
Responses of flowering phenology of snowbed plants to an experimentally imposed extreme advanced snowmelt
A Petraglia, M Tomaselli, M Petit Bon, N Delnevo, G Chiari, M Carbognani
Plant Ecology 215, 759-768, 2014
Stomping in silence: Conceptualizing trampling effects on soils in polar tundra
M Tuomi, M Väisänen, H Ylänne, FQ Brearley, IC Barrio, K Anne Bråthen, ...
Functional Ecology 35 (2), 306-317, 2021
Interactions between winter and summer herbivory affect spatial and temporal plant nutrient dynamics in tundra grassland communities
M Petit Bon, K Gunnarsdotter Inga, IS Jónsdóttir, TA Utsi, EM Soininen, ...
Oikos 129 (8), 1229-1242, 2020
One leaf for all: Chemical traits of single leaves measured at the leaf surface using near‐infrared reflectance spectroscopy
M Petit Bon, H Böhner, S Kaino, T Moe, KA Bråthen
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (9), 1061-1071, 2020
Forage quality in tundra grasslands under herbivory: Silicon-based defences, nutrients and their ratios in grasses
M Petit Bon, KG Inga, TA Utsi, I Jonsdottir, KA Bråthen
Journal of Ecology 110 (1), 129-143, 2022
Variable responses of carbon and nitrogen contents in vegetation and soil to herbivory and warming in high‐Arctic tundra
M Petit Bon, H Böhner, KA BrÅthen, VT Ravolainen, IS Jónsdóttir
Ecosphere 12 (9), e03746, 2021
Towards rainy Arctic winters: effects of experimental icing on tundra plants and their soil conditions
M Le Moullec, K Isaksen, M Petit Bon, IS Jónsdóttir, Ø Varpe, AL Hendel, ...
MET report, 2019
Herbivory and warming have opposing short‐term effects on plant‐community nutrient levels across high‐Arctic tundra habitats
M Petit Bon, KA Bråthen, VT Ravolainen, G Ottaviani, H Böhner, ...
Journal of Ecology 111 (7), 1514-1530, 2023
Long‐term herbivore removal experiments reveal how geese and reindeer shape vegetation and ecosystem CO2‐fluxes in high‐Arctic tundra
M Petit Bon, BB Hansen, MJJE Loonen, A Petraglia, KA Bråthen, ...
Journal of Ecology 111 (12), 2627-2642, 2023
Plant diversity dynamics over space and time in a warming Arctic
MG Criado, IH Myers-Smith, AD Bjorkman, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2023
Environmental drivers of increased ecosystem respiration in a warming tundra
SL Maes, J Dietrich, G Midolo, S Schwieger, M Kummu, V Vandvik, ...
Nature, 1-9, 2024
On the quest for novelty in ecology
G Ottaviani, A Martínez, M Petit Bon, S Mammola
bioRxiv, 2023.02. 27.530333, 2023
Short‐term effects of experimental goose grazing and warming differ in three low‐Arctic coastal wetland plant communities
RT Choi, M Petit Bon, AJ Leffler, KC Kelsey, JM Welker, KH Beard
Journal of Vegetation Science 33 (3), e13139, 2022
Short-term tundra plant-community nutrient responses to herbivory and warming: New insights from Near infrared-reflectance spectroscopy methodology
M Petit Bon
UiT The Arctic University of Norway, 2020
Reading tea leaves worldwide: Decoupled drivers of initial litter decomposition mass‐loss rate and stabilization
JM Sarneel, MM Hefting, T Sandén, J van den Hoogen, D Routh, ...
Ecology letters 27 (5), e14415, 2024
Ecosystem respiration responses to warming across the tundra: Magnitude, environmental drivers, and future needs
S Maes, J Dietrich, G Midolo, S Schwieger, M Kummu, V Vandvik, R Aerts, ...
International Tundra Experiment Meeting (ITEX), Date: 2024/04/07-2024/04/10 …, 2024
Herbivore diversity effects on Arctic tundra ecosystems: a systematic review
L Barbero-Palacios, IC Barrio, M García Criado, I Kater, M Petit Bon, ...
Environmental Evidence 13 (1), 6, 2024
Macro-environment strongly interacts with warming in a global analysis of decomposition
S Schwieger, E Dorrepaal, M Petit Bon, V Vandvik, E le Roux, M Strack, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.04. 03.587921, 2024
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