Arctic publications

Recent scientific Arctic publications by the University of Oulu and collaborators.

Hot Arctic publications by ArcI research community

  • Ashraf, FB., Haghighi, AT., Riml, J., Alfredsen, K., Koskela, JJ., Klöve, B. and Marttila, H. (2018) Changes in short term river flow regulation and hydropeaking in Nordic rivers. Scientific Reports 8, 17232 Published on-line .
  • Estes, JA.…Virtanen, R., Wardle, DA. (2011). Trophic downgrading of planet Earth. Science 6040: 301-306.
  • Crowther, TW., Rowe, CW., Welker, JM., et al. (2016). Quantifying global soil C losses in response to warming. Nature 540,104–108
  • Eskelinen, A. & Harrison S.P. (2015). Resource colimitation governs plant community responses to altered precipitation. PNAS 112: 13009-13014
  • Hjort, Jan, Karjalainen, Olli, Aalto, Juha, Westermann, Sebastian, Romanovsky, Vladimir E., Nelson, Frederick E., Etzelmüller, Bernd & Luoto, Miska (2018). Degrading permafrost puts Arctic infrastructure at risk by mid-century. Nature Communications 9: 5147
  • Huttunen, K.-L., Mykrä, H., Oksanen, J., Astorga, A., Paavola, R. & Muotka, T. (2017). Stream connectivity and in-stream vegetation control temporal turnover of benthic invertebrate communities. Scientific Reports 7: 1448.
  • Isokangas, E., Rossi, P. M., Ronkanen, A.-K., Marttila, H., Rozanski, K. and Kløve, B. (2017), Quantifying spatial groundwater dependence in peatlands through a distributed isotope mass balance approach. Water Resources Research 53, 2524–2541
  • Lehtola, V-P. (2004): The Sámi People – Traditions in Transition. Kustannus-Puntsi – Alaska University Press. 144 pp.
  • Leffler AJ, Beard KH, Kelsey KC, Choi RT, Schmutz JA, Welker JM  (2019). Delayed herbivory by migratory geese increases summer‐long CO2 uptake in coastal western Alaska. Glob. Change Biol. 25:277–289.
  • Mustonen, KR., Mykrä, H., Marttila, H., Sarremejane, R., Veijalainen, N., Sippel, K., Muotka, T., Hawkins, CP. (2018). Thermal and hydrologic responses to climate change predict marked alterations in boreal stream invertebrate assemblages. Global Change Biology 24(6), 2434-2446.
  • Serikova, S., Pokrovsky, O., Ala-aho, P., Kazantsev, V., Kirpotin, S., Kopysov, S., Krikov, I., Laudon, H., Manasypov, R., Shirokova, L., Soulsby, C., Tetzlaff, D., Karlsson, J. (2018). High riverine CO2 emissions at the permafrost boundary of Western Siberia. Nature Geosciences. .
  • Tervo-Kankare, K., Kaján, E., Saarinen, J. (2017). Costs and benefits of environmental change: tourism industry's responses in Arctic Finland. Tourism Geographies, In press, 22 p.
  • Waits, A., Emelyanova, A.., Oksanen, A., Abass, K. and Rautio, A. (2018). Human Infectious Diseases and the Changing Climate in the Arctic. Environment International, 121: 703–713.

Arctic publications by ArcI research community


Aalto, J., Karjalainen, O., Hjort, J. & M. Luoto (2018). Statistical forecasting of current and future circum-Arctic ground temperatures and active layer thickness. Geophysical Research Letters 45, 4889–4898.

Abass, KM., Huusko, A., Knutsen, HK., Nieminen, P., Myllynen, P., Meltzer, HM., Vahakangas, K. and  Rautio, A. (2018). Quantitative estimation of mercury intake by toxicokinetic modelling based on total mercury levels in human. Environment International, 114: 1-11, 2018.

Akanegbu, JO., Meriö, L-J., Marttila, H., Ronkanen, A-K. and Kløve B. (2018). A simple model structure enhances parameter identification and improves runoff prediction in ungauged high-latitude catchments. Journal of Hydrology 563: 395-410.

Alahuhta, J., Ala-Hulkko, T., Tukiainen, H., Purola, L., Akujärvi, A., Lampinen, R. & J. Hjort (2018). The role of geodiversity in providing ecosystem services at broad scales. Ecological Indicators 91, 47–56.

Bailey, H. L., Kraufman, D., Sloane, H. J., Hubbard, A., Henderson, A., Leng, M., Meyer, H. and Welker, J. M. (2018). Holocene atmospheric circulation in the central North Pacific: a new terrestrial diatom and δ18O dataset from the Aleutian Islands.J. Quaternary Science Review 194: 27-38.

Burnham J., Burnham, K., Chumchal, M., Johnson, J., and Welker, J. M. (2018). Blood Mercury and Stable Isotopes Levels of High Arctic Marine and Terrestrial Avian Species in Northwest Greenland.  Polar Biology 41: 1475-1491.

De Boer T, Meriö L-J, Marttila H. Understanding variability in root zone storage capacity in boreal regions. Accepted to Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS)

de Mendoza, G., Kaivosoja, R., Grönroos, M., Hjort, J., Ilmonen, J., Kärnä, O.M., Paasivirta, L., Tokola, L. & J. Heino (2018). Highly variable species distribution models in a subarctic stream metacommunity: patterns, mechanisms and implications. Freshwater Biology 63, 33–47.

Fornaroli, R., Ippolito, A., Tolkkinen, M.J., Mykrä, H., Muotka, T., Balistrieri, L.S., Schmidt, T.S. 2018. Disentangling the effects of low pH and metal mixture toxicity on macroinvertebrate diversity. – Environmental Pollution 235:889-898.

Gamme, C., Sullivan, P. F., Cahoon, S., Young, A., Buchwal, A., Dial, R., Welker, J. M., and E. S. Post. (2018). Declining growth of deciduous shrubs in a warming climate of continental western Greenland. J Ecology 106: 640-654.

Haahti, K., Nieminen, M., Finer, L., Marttila, H., Kokkonen, T., Leinonen, A., Koivusalo, H. (2018). Model-based evaluation of sediment control in a drained peatland forest after ditch cleaning. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48(2), 130-140.

Heikkinen, K., Karppinen, A., Karjalainen, SM., Postila, H., Hadzic, M., Tolkkinen, M., Marttila, H., Ihme,R. and Kløve B. (2018). Long-term purification efficiency and factors affecting performance in peatland based treatment wetlands: An analysis of 28 peat extraction sites in Finland. Ecological Engineering 117, 153-164.

Huttunen, K., Mykrä, H., Paavola, R. & Muotka, T. (2018). Estimates of benthic invertebrate community variability and its environmental determinants differ between snapshot and trajectory designs. Freshwater Science 37: 769-779.

Irannezhad, M., Moradkhani, H., and Kløve, B. (2018). Spatiotemporal Variability and Trends in Extreme Temperature Events in Finland over the Recent Decades: Influence of Northern Hemisphere Teleconnection Patterns. Advances in Meteorology (accepted)

Jespersen, G., Leffler, J., Oberbauer, S., and Welker, J. M. (2018). Arctic plant ecophysiology and water source utilization in response to altered snow:isotopic (δ18O and δ2H) evidence for meltwater subsidies to deciduous shrubs. Oecologia

Kelsey, K., Leffler, J., Beard, K., Choi, R., Schumtz, J., and Welker, J. M. (2018). Developing phonological mismatch in coastal western Alaska may increase summer season greenhouse gas uptake.Environmental Research Letters 13-4; DOI: org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/aab698

Kiani, S., M Irannezhad, M., Ronkanen, AK., Moradkhani, H., and  Kløve, B. (2018). Effects of recent temperature variability and warming on the Oulu-Hailuoto ice road season in the northern Baltic Sea. Cold Regions Science and Technology 151, 1-8.

Kärnä, O.-M., Heino, J., Grönroos, M. & J. Hjort, J. (2018). The added value of geodiversity indices in explaining variation of stream macroinvertebrate diversity. Ecological Indicators 94, 420–429.

Jourdan, J. O'Hara, R.B., Bottarin, R., Huttunen, K.-L., Kuemmerlen, M., Monteith, D., Muotka, T., Ozolins, D., Paavola, R., Pilotto, F., Springe, G., Skuja, A., Sundermann, A., Tonkin, J. D. & Haase, P. (2018). Effects of changing climate on European stream invertebrate communities: A long-term data analysis. – Science of the Total Environment 621: 588-599.

Jyväsjärvi, J., Virtanen, R., Ilmonen, J., Paasivirta, L. & Muotka T. (2018). Identifying taxonomic and functional surrogates for spring biodiversity conservation.  Conservation Biology 32: 883-893.

Leffler, J., Kelsey, K. Choi, R., Beard, K., Schumtz, J. and Welker, J. M. Delayed herbivory by migratory geese increases summer-long CO2 uptake in coastal western Alaska. Global Change Biology (in press).

Lehosmaa, K., Jyväsjärvi, J., Ilmonen, J., Rossi, P., Paasivirta, L. and Muotka, T. (2018). Groundwater contamination and land drainage induce divergent responses in boreal spring ecosystems. Science of the Total Environment 639: 100-109.

Lindholm, M., Grönroos, M., Hjort, J., M., Karjalainen, S.M., Tokola, L. and Heino, J. (2018). Different species trait groups of stream diatoms show divergent responses to spatial and environmental factors in a subarctic drainage basin. Hydrobiologia 816, 213–230.

Lupascu, M., Czimczik, C. I., Welker, M., Cooper, L., and Welker, J. M. (2018). Winter ecosystem respiration and sources of CO2 from the High Arctic tundra of Svalbard: Response to a deeper snow experiment.JGR Biogeosciences (in press).

Marttila, H., Turunen, J., Aroviita, J., Tammela, S., Luhta, P-L., Muotka, T. and Kløve, B. (2018). Restoration increases transient storages in boreal headwater streams. River Research and Applications (accepted).

Marttila H, Karjalainen S-M, Kuoppala M, Nieminen ML, Ronkanen A-K and Klöve B. and Hellsten, S. (2018). Elevated nutrient concentrations in headwaters affected by drained peatland. Science of the Total Environment, 643, 1304-1313.

Marttila H, Turunen J, Aroviita J, Tammela S, Luhta P-L, Muotka T and Klöve B. 2018. Restoration increases transient storages in boreal headwater streams. River Research and Applications, 34(10), 1278-1285.

Meriö, L-J., Marttila, H., Ala-Aho, P., Hänninen, P., Okkonen, J., Sutinen, R., and  Kløve, B. (2018). Snow profile temperature measurements in the spatiotemporal analysis of snowmelt in a subarctic forest-mire hillslope. Cold Regions Science and Technology 151: 119-132.

Menberu, MW., Haghighi, AT., Ronkanen, A-K., Marttila, H., and Kløve, B. (2018). Effects of drainage and subsequent restoration on peatland hydrological processes at catchment scale. Water Resources Research 54(7): 4479-7797.

Mykrä, H., Sarremejane, R., Laamanen, T., Karjalainen, S. M., Markkola, AM. , Lehtinen, S. and Muotka, T. (2018). Local geology determines responses of stream primary producers and microbial decomposers to nutrient enrichment. – Ambio 48 (in press).

Nieminen, M., Palviainen, M., Marttila, H., Lauren, A., Sarkkola, S., Finer, L. (2018). A synthesis of the impacts of ditch network maintenance on the quantity and quality of runoff from drained boreal peatland forests. Published On-line Ambio

Nieminen M, Piirainen S, Sikström U, Löfgren S, Marttila H, Sarkkola S, Laurén A, Finér L. (2018). Increasing and decreasing nitrogen and phosphorus trends in runoff from drained peatland forests - is there a legacy effect of drainage or not? Water, Air & Soil Pollution, 229-286.

Nieminen M, Piirainen S, Sikström U, Sarkkola S, Löfgren S, Marttila H, Lauren A, Leena F. (2018). Ditch network maintenance in boreal peatland forests – review and analysis of water quality management options. Ambio, 47(5), 535-545.

Perez Rocha, M.P., Bini, L.M., Domisch, S., Tolonen, K.E., Jyrkankallio-Mikkola, J., Soininen, J., Hjort, J. & J. Heino (2018). Local environment and space drive multiple facets of stream macroinvertebrate beta diversity, while climate and catchment features are less important. Journal of Biogeography 45, 2744–2754.

Piippo S., Lauronen, M. and Postila, H. (2018). Greenhouse gas emissions from different sewage sludge treatment methods in north. Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 177, 10 March 2018, Pages 483-492

Piovano, T., Tetzlaff, D., Alaaho, P., Buttle, J., Mitchell, C., Soulsby, C. (2018). Testing a spatially distributed tracer‐aided runoff model in a snow‐influenced catchment: Effects of multicriteria calibration on streamwater ages. Hydrol, Process. 1–19. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.13238

Prevey, J., Rixen, C., Ruger, N., Welker, J. M. et al. (2018). Warming shortens flowering season in warmer tundra communities.Nature Ecology and Evolution (in press).

Rocha, M.P., Bini, L.M., Siqueira, T., Hjort, J., Grönroos, M., Lindholm, M., Karjalainen, S.-M. & J. Heino (2018). Predicting occupancy and abundance by niche position, niche breadth and body size in stream organisms. Oecologia 186, 205–216.

Salmi, A. and  Heino, MT. (2018) Tangled worlds: The Swedish, the Sámi and the reindeer. International Journal of Historical Archaeology. Online first. 

Salmi, A., Äikäs, T., Spangen, M., Fjellström, M. and Mulk I-M. (2018). Tradition and transformation in Sámi animal offering practices. Antiquity 93(362).

Sarremejane, R., Canedo-Arguelles, M., Prat, N., Mykrä, H., Muotka, T. & Bonada, N. 2018. How do metacommunities vary through time? Intermittent rivers as a model system. Journal of Biogeography 44: 2752-2763.

Sarremejane, R., Mykrä, H., Huttunen, KL., Mustonen, KR., Marttila, H., Paavola, R., Sippel, K., Veijalainen, N. and Muotka, T. (2018). Climate-driven hydrological variability determines inter-annual changes in stream invertebrate community assembly. Oikos, 127(11), 1586-1595. DOI: 10.1111/oik.05329

Schock, W. G., Fischer, J., Ely, C. E., Welker, J. M., and Causey, D.  (2018). Variation in proportion of juvenile Midcontinent Greater White-fronted Geese Anser albifrons frontalis during fall migration at a northern staging area.  Wildlife Management Journal 9: 340-347.

Tartu, S., Aars, J., Routti, H., Welker, J. M., et al. (2018). Choose your poison-Space use influences pollutant exposure in Barents Sea polar bears. Environmental Science and Technology 52: 3211-3221.

Tartu, S., Routti, H., Aars, J., Bourgeon, S., Jenssen B., Thiemann G.W., Lone K., Andersen M., Torget V., Polder A., and Welker, J.M. Feeding habits and fasting status are the main factors determining concentrations of perfluoroalkyl substances in female polar bears from Svalbard. Environmental Science and Technology (in press).

Torabi Haghighi, A., Menberu, M.W., Akanegbu, J., Darabi, H. and Kløve, B. (2018). Analysis of peatland changes by remote sensing after drainage for peat extraction. Land Degradation and Development: 29:3479–3488

Tuomi, M., Stark, S., Hoset, KS., Väisänen, M. et al. (2018) Herbivore effects on ecosystem process rates in a low-productive system. Ecosystems

Turunen, J., Louhi, P., Mykrä, H., Aroviita, J., Putkonen, E., Huusko, A. & Muotka, T. (2018). Combined effects of local habitat, anthropogenic stress, and dispersal on stream ecosystems: a mesocosm experiment. – Ecological Applications (in press).

Väisänen, Maria, Gavazov, Konstantin, Krab, Eveline J. and Dorrepaal Ellen. (2018). The legacy effects of winter climate on microbial functioning after snowmelt in a subarctic tundra. Microbial Ecology



Akanegbu, J., Marttila, H., Ronkanen, A-K. and Kløve, B. (2017). A current precipitation index-based model for continuous daily runoff simulation in seasonally snow covered sub-arctic catchments. Journal of Hydrology, 545, 182-196.

Akers, P. D., Welker, J. M. and Brook, G. A. (2017). Weekly USNIP data and day-of precipitation temperatures redefine the fine-scale temperature-precipitation 18O relationships in the eastern and central US.  JGR Water Resources Research 53: 7644-7661.

Alahuhta, J., Kosten, S., Akasaka, M., Auderset, D., Azzella, M., Bolpagni, R., Bove, C., Chambers, P., Chappuis, E., Ilg, C., Clayton, J., De Winton, M., Ecke, F., Gacia, E., Gecheva, G., Grillas, P., Hauxwell, J., Hellsten, S., Hjort, J., Hoyer, M., Kolada, A., Kuoppala, M., Lauridsen, T., Li, E.-H., Lukács, B., Mjelde, M., Mikulyuk, A., Mormul, R., Nishihoro, J., Oertli, B., Rhazi, L., Rhazi, M., Sass, L., Schranz, C., Søndergaard, M., Yamanouchi, T., Yu, Q., Wang, H., Willby, N., Zhang, X.-K. & J. Heino (2017). Global variation in the beta diversity of lake macrophytes is driven by environmental heterogeneity rather than latitude. Journal of Biogeography 44, 1758–1769.

Alahuhta, J., Toivanen., M., Hjort, J., Ecke, F., Johnson, L.B., Sass, L. & J. Heino (2017). Species richness and taxonomic distinctness of lake macrophytes along environmental gradients in two continents. Freshwater Biology 62, 1194–1206.

Alahuhta, J., Virtala, A., Hjort, J., Ecke, F., Johnson, L.B., Sass, L. & J. Heino (2017). Average niche breadths of species in lake macrophyte communities respond to ecological gradients variably in four regions on two continents. Oecologia 1, 219–235.

Bailey, J.J, Boyd, D.S., Hjort, J., Lavers, C.P. & R. Field (2017). Modelling native and alien vascular plant species richness: at which scales is geodiversity most relevant? Global Ecology and Biogeography 26, 763–776.

Brockman, C., Collins, W., Spalinger, D., Welker, J. M., and Dale, B. (2017). Determining individual kill rates of ungulate calves by Brown Bears in south-central Alaska using neck-mounted cameras and GPS. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41: 88–97.

Daniels, W., Russell, J., Giblin, A., Welker, J. M., Klein, E. S., and Huang, Y. (2017). Hydrogen isotope fractionation in Alaskan Arctic Tundra.Geochemica et Cosmochemica Acta 213: 216-236.

Gisnås, K., Etzelmüller, B., Lussana, C., Hjort, J., Sannel, A.B.K., Isaksen, K., Westermann, S., Kuhry, P., Christiansen, H.H., Frampton, A. & J. Åkerman (2017). Permafrost map for Norway, Sweden and Finland. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 28, 359–378.

Heino, J., Alahuhta, J., Ala-Hulkko, T., Antikainen, H., Bini, L.M., Bonada, N., Datry, T., Erős, T., Hjort, J., Kotavaara, O., Melo, A.S. & J. Soininen (2017). Integrating dispersal proxies in ecological and environmental research in the freshwater realm. Environmental Reviews 25, 334–349.

Irannezhad, M., Ronkanen, AK., Kiani, S., Chen, D. and Kløve, B. (2017). Long-term variability and trends in annual snowfall/total precipitation ratio in Finland and the role of atmospheric circulation patterns. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 143 23-31.

Koskinen M, Tahvanainen T, Sarkkola S, Menberu MW, Lauren A, Sallantaus T, Marttila H, Ronkanen A-K, Parviainen M, Tolvanen A, Koivusalo H, Nieminen M. (2017). Restoration of nutrient-rich forestry-drained peatlands poses a risk for high exports of dissolved organic carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus. Science of the Total Environment, 586, 858-869.

Kløve, B., Kvitsand, H. M. L., Pitkänen, T., Gunnarsdottir, M. J., Gaut, S., Gardarsson, S. M. & Miettinen, I. (2017). Overview of groundwater sources and water-supply systems, and associated microbial pollution, in Finland, Norway and Iceland. Hydrogeology Journal, 1-12.

Lehosmaa, K., Jyväsjärvi, J., Virtanen, R., Ilmonen,J., Saastamoinen, J. and Muotka,T. (2017). Anthropogenic habitat disturbance induces a major biodiversity change in habitat specialist bryophytes of boreal springs.  Biological Conservation 215: 169-178.

Lehosmaa, K., Jyväsjärvi, J., Virtanen, R., Rossi, P.M., Rados, D., Chuzhekova, T., Markkola, A., Ilmonen, J. & Muotka, T. (2017). Does habitat restoration enhance spring biodiversity and ecosystem functions? Hydrobiologia 793:161–173.

Lehtoranta, V., Sarvilinna, A., Väisänen, S., Aroviita, J. & Muotka, T. (2017). Economic non-market valuation of ecosystem services as a stream restoration decision-support tool. Water Resources and Economics 17: 56-66.

Liu, Y, Bowen, G., and Welker, J. M. (2017). Pacific North American circulation pattern links external forcing and North American hydroclimate change over the past millennium.Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences 114: 3340-3345.

Louhi, P., Richardson, J.S., & Muotka, T. (2017). sediment addition reduces the importance of predation on ecosystem functions in experimental stream channels – Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74: 32-40.

Louhi, P., Vehanen, T., Mäki-Petäys, A., Huusko, A. & Muotka, T. (2017). Long-term monitoring reveals the success of salmonid habitat restoration - Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73: 1733-1741.

Louis, J-N. and Pongrácz, E. (2017). Life cycle impact assessment of Home Energy Management System using dynamic emission factors for electricity in Finland. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 67: 109-116.

May, J. L., Healey, N., Welker, J. M., Oberbauer, S., et al. (2017). Short-term impacts of air temperature on greening and senescence in Alaskan Arctic plant communities.Remote Sensing of the Environment 9: 1338-1350.

Memberu MW, Marttila H, Tahvanainen T, Kotiaho JS, Hokkanen R, Klöve B, and Ronkanen A-K. (2017). Changes in pore water quality after peatland restoration: Assessment of a large–scale, replicated Before-After-Control-Impact study in Finland. Water Resources Research 53, 8327–8343.

Okkonen, J., Ala-aho, P., Hanninen, P., Hayashi, M., Sutinen, R., Liwata, P., (2017). Multi-year simulation and model calibration of soil moisture and temperature profiles in till soil. Eur. J. Soil Sci., 68, 829-839. DOI: 10.1111/ejss.12489

Postila, H., Karjalainen, SM. and Kløve, B. (2017.) Can limestone, steel slag or man-made sorption materials be used to enhance phosphate-phosphorus retention in treatment wetland for peat extraction runoff with low phosphorous concentration? Ecological Engineering 98: 403-409.

Prevey, J. S., Hollister, R., Welker, J. M. et al.(2017). Greater temperature sensitivity of plant phenology at colder sites: Implications for a convergence across northern latitudes.Global Change Biology .

Routti, H., Aars, J., Fuglei, E., Welker, J. M. et al. (2017).Emission changes dwarf the influence of feeding habits on temporal trends of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in two Arctic top predators. Environmental Science and Technology 51: 11996-12006.

Rönkkö E, Tourula M, Härkönen E, Rautio A, Hentilä H-L. (2017) Julkisen rakennushankkeen ennakoiva tarveselvitys- ja suunnitteluprosessi. Yhteiskuntapolitiikka 82 (4): 448-457.

Sarremejane R., Mykrä H., Bonada N., Aroviita J. & Muotka T. (2017). Habitat connectivity and dispersal ability drive the assembly mechanisms of macroinvertebrate communities in river networks.  Freshwater Biology 62: 1073-1082.

Stanek, A., Mangipane, B., Hildebrand, G., Wolf, N. and Welker, J. M.  (2017). Stable isotope (δ13C, δ15N) analysis and satellite telemetry depict the complexity of gray wolf (Canis lupus) diets in Southwest Alaska. Canadian J of Zoology 95: 555-563.

Tartu, S., Bourgeon, S., Aars, J., Andersen, M., Polder, A., Thiemann, GW., Welker, J. M., and Routti, H. (2017). Diet and metabolic state are the main factors determining concentrations of perfluoroalkyl substances in female polar bears from Svalbard. Environmental Pollution 229: 146-158.

Tolonen, KE., Leinonen, K., Marttila, H., Erkinaro, J. and Heino J. (2017). Environmental predictability of taxonomic and functional community composition in high-latitude streams. Freshwater Biology 62(1), 1-16.

Tomperi, J., Piippo, S., Aikio, O., Luoma, T., Leiviskä, K. and Pongrácz, E. (2017). Sustainable waste management in Northern rural areas: Local utilization of bio-wastes. International Journal of Energy and Environment 8(5): 365-374.

Tukiainen, H., Bailey, J.J., Kangas, K., Field, R. & J. Hjort (2017). Combining geodiversity with climate and topography to account for threatened species richness. Conservation Biology 31, 364–375.

Tukiainen, H., Alahuhta, J., Ala-Hulkko, T., Field, R., Lampinen, R. & J. Hjort (2017). Spatial relationship between biodiversity and geodiversity across a gradient of land use intensity in high-latitude landscapes. Landscape Ecology 32, 1049–1063.

Tran, H., Vale, R., Vale, B. and Pongrácz, E. (2017) Is High-density Development a Sustainable Urban Form? A Footprint Study of Transportation in Vietnam, New Zealand and Finland. The International Journal of Environmental Sustainability. 13 (1) : 53-67.

Turunen, Jarno, Aroviita, Jukka, Marttila, Hannu, Louhi, Pauliina, Laamanen, Tiina, Tolkkinen, Mikko, Luhta, Pirkko-Liisa, Kløve, Bjørn and Muotka, Timo. (2017). Differential responses by stream and riparian biodiversity to in-stream restoration of forestry-impacted streams. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54: 1505–1514. 

Tuukkanen, T., Marttila, H. and Kløve, B. (2017). Predicting organic matter, nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in runoff from peat extraction sites using partial least squares regression. Water Resources Research, 53 (7), 5860-5876.

Varanka, S. & J. Hjort (2017). Spatio-temporal aspects of the environmental factors affecting water quality in boreal rivers. Environmental Earth Sciences 76, 21.

Vilmi, A., Alahuhta, J., Hjort, J., Kärnä, O.-M., Leinonen, K., Perez Rocha, M., Tolonen, K.E., Tolonen, K.T. & J. Heino (2017). Geography of global change and species richness in the North. Environmental Reviews 25, 184–192.

Väisänen, Maria, Krab, Eveline J. and Dorrepaal, Ellen. (2017). Carbon dynamics at frost-patterned tundra driven by long-term vegetation change rather than by short-term non-growing season warming. Biogeochemistry  136:103–117




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