Philip A. Wookey
Philip A. Wookey
Professor in Ecosystem Ecology, University of Stirling
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Plant community responses to experimental warming across the tundra biome
MD Walker, CH Wahren, RD Hollister, GHR Henry, LE Ahlquist, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (5), 1342-1346, 2006
Ecological dynamics across the Arctic associated with recent climate change
E Post, MC Forchhammer, MS Bret-Harte, TV Callaghan, TR Christensen, ...
science 325 (5946), 1355-1358, 2009
Responses of tundra plants to experimental warming: meta‐analysis of the international tundra experiment
AM Arft, MD Walker, J Gurevitch, JM Alatalo, MS Bret-Harte, M Dale, ...
Ecological monographs 69 (4), 491-511, 1999
Global assessment of experimental climate warming on tundra vegetation: heterogeneity over space and time
SC Elmendorf, GHR Henry, RD Hollister, RG Björk, AD Bjorkman, ...
Ecology letters 15 (2), 164-175, 2012
Temperature sensitivity of soil respiration rates enhanced by microbial community response
K Karhu, MD Auffret, JAJ Dungait, DW Hopkins, JI Prosser, BK Singh, ...
Nature 513 (7516), 81-84, 2014
Plant functional trait change across a warming tundra biome
AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, N Rüger, ...
Nature 562 (7725), 57-62, 2018
Ecosystem feedbacks and cascade processes: understanding their role in the responses of Arctic and alpine ecosystems to environmental change
PA Wookey, R Aerts, RD Bardgett, F Baptist, KA Bråthen, ...
Global Change Biology 15 (5), 1153-1172, 2009
Comparative responses of phenology and reproductive development to simulated environmental change in sub-arctic and high arctic plants
PA Wookey, AN Parsons, JM Welker, JA Potter, TV Callaghan, JA Lee, ...
Oikos, 490-502, 1993
Growth responses of four sub-Arctic dwarf shrubs to simulated environmental change
AN Parsons, JM Welker, PA Wookey, MC Press, TV Callaghan, JA Lee
Journal of Ecology, 307-318, 1994
Transitions in Arctic ecosystems: Ecological implications of a changing hydrological regime
FJ Wrona, M Johansson, JM Culp, A Jenkins, J Mård, IH Myers‐Smith, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (3), 650-674, 2016
Soil microbial respiration in arctic soil does not acclimate to temperature
IP Hartley, DW Hopkins, MH Garnett, M Sommerkorn, PA Wookey
Ecology letters 11 (10), 1092-1100, 2008
A potential loss of carbon associated with greater plant growth in the European Arctic
IP Hartley, MH Garnett, M Sommerkorn, DW Hopkins, BJ Fletcher, ...
Nature Climate Change 2 (12), 875-879, 2012
Plant community responses to simulated environmental change at a high arctic polar semi‐desert
CH Robinson, PA Wookey, JA Lee, TV Callaghan, MC Press
Ecology 79 (3), 856-866, 1998
Environmental constraints on the growth, photosynthesis and reproductive development of Dryas octopetala at a high Arctic polar semi-desert, Svalbard
PA Wookey, CH Robinson, AN Parsons, JM Welker, MC Press, ...
Oecologia 102, 478-489, 1995
Responses of Dryas octopetala to ITEX environmental manipulations: a synthesis with circumpolar comparisons
JM Welker, U Molau, AN Parsons, CH Robinson, PA Wookey
Global Change Biology 3 (S1), 61-73, 1997
The Arctic Oscillation predicts effects of climate change in two trophic levels in a high‐arctic ecosystem
R Aanes, BE Sæther, FM Smith, EJ Cooper, PA Wookey, NA Øritsland
Ecology letters 5 (3), 445-453, 2002
Responses of plant litter decomposition and nitrogen mineralisation to simulated environmental change in a high arctic polar semi-desert and a subarctic dwarf shrub heath
CH Robinson, PA Wookey, AN Parsons, JA Potter, TV Callaghan, JA Lee, ...
Oikos, 503-512, 1995
Differential growth, allocation and photosynthetic responses of Polygonum viviparum to simulated environmental change at a high arctic polar semi-desert
PA Wookey, JM Welker, AN Parsons, MC Press, TV Callaghan, JA Lee
Oikos, 131-139, 1994
The response of organic matter mineralisation to nutrient and substrate additions in sub-arctic soils
IP Hartley, DW Hopkins, M Sommerkorn, PA Wookey
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42 (1), 92-100, 2010
Rapid carbon turnover beneath shrub and tree vegetation is associated with low soil carbon stocks at a subarctic treeline
TC Parker, JA Subke, PA Wookey
Global Change Biology 21 (5), 2070-2081, 2015
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