Thomas C. Parker
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Complexity revealed in the greening of the Arctic
IH Myers-Smith, JT Kerby, GK Phoenix, JW Bjerke, HE Epstein, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (2), 106-117, 2020
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
Slowed biogeochemical cycling in sub-arctic birch forest linked to reduced mycorrhizal growth and community change after a defoliation event
TC Parker, J Sadowsky, H Dunleavy, JA Subke, SD Frey, PA Wookey
Ecosystems 20 (2), 316-330, 2017
Exploring drivers of litter decomposition in a greening Arctic: results from a transplant experiment across a treeline
TC Parker, J Sanderman, RD Holden, G Blume‐Werry, S Sjögersten, ...
Ecology 99 (10), 2284-2294, 2018
Tree planting in organic soils does not result in net carbon sequestration on decadal timescales
NL Friggens, AJ Hester, RJ Mitchell, TC Parker, JA Subke, PA Wookey
Global Change Biology 26 (9), 5178-5188, 2020
Short term changes in moisture content drive strong changes in Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and gross primary productivity in four Arctic moss communities
JL May, T Parker, S Unger, SF Oberbauer
Remote Sensing of Environment 212, 114-120, 2018
Ecotypic differences in the phenology of the tundra species Eriophorum vaginatum reflect sites of origin
TC Parker, J Tang, MB Clark, MM Moody, N Fetcher
Ecology and evolution 7 (22), 9775-9786, 2017
Rhizosphere allocation by canopy‐forming species dominates soil CO2 efflux in a subarctic landscape
TC Parker, KE Clemmensen, NL Friggens, IP Hartley, D Johnson, ...
New Phytologist, 2020
Biogenic silica accumulation varies across tussock tundra plant functional type
JC Carey, TC Parker, N Fetcher, J Tang
Functional Ecology 31 (11), 2177-2187, 2017
Differential responses of ecotypes to climate in a ubiquitous Arctic sedge: implications for future ecosystem C cycling
SR Curasi, TC Parker, AV Rocha, ML Moody, J Tang, N Fetcher
New Phytologist 223 (1), 180-192, 2019
Shrub expansion in the Arctic may induce large‐scale carbon losses due to changes in plant‐soil interactions
TC Parker, AM Thurston, K Raundrup, JA Subke, PA Wookey, IP Hartley
Plant and Soil, 1-9, 2021
Spatial patterns in soil organic matter dynamics are shaped by mycorrhizosphere interactions in a treeline forest
NL Friggens, TJ Aspray, TC Parker, JA Subke, PA Wookey
Plant and Soil, 1-15, 2019
Root‐associated fungi and carbon storage in Arctic ecosystems
CH Robinson, PA Wookey, TC Parker
New Phytologist, 2020
Responses of root phenology in ecotypes of Eriophorum vaginatum to transplantation and warming in the Arctic
T Ma, T Parker, S Unger, J Gewirtzman, N Fetcher, ML Moody, J Tang
Science of The Total Environment, 149926, 2021
Intra-specific variation in phenology offers resilience to climate change for Eriophorum vaginatum
TC Parker, SL Unger, ML Moody, J Tang, N Fetcher
Arctic Science, 2021
A highly portable and inexpensive field sampling kit for radiocarbon analysis of carbon dioxide
MH Garnett, JA Newton, TC Parker
Radiocarbon, 1-14, 2021
Interspecific and intraspecific variation in leaf toughness of Arctic plants in relation to habitat and nutrient supply
N Fetcher, S Iglesia, SJ Turner, TC Parker
Arctic Science, 2021
Predicting Soil Respiration from Plant Productivity (NDVI) in a Sub-Arctic Tundra Ecosystem
O Azevedo, TC Parker, MB Siewert, JA Subke
Remote Sensing 13 (13), 2571, 2021
Biogeographical constraints on a tussock forming sedge and its impact on near surface Arctic carbon stocks
SR Curasi, N Fetcher, RE Hewitt, P Lafleur, MM Loranty, MC Mack, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B13D-02, 2019
Local Adaptation and Adaptive Lag in an Arctic Sedge, Eriophorum vaginatum
N Fetcher, TC Parker, JB Mcgraw, ML Moody, E Stunz, SR Curasi, J Tang
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