Bryndís Marteinsdóttir
Bryndís Marteinsdóttir
The Soil Conservation Service of Iceland
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Geothermal ecosystems as natural climate change experiments: The ForHot research site in Iceland as a case study
BD Sigurdsson, NIW Leblans, S Dauwe, E Gudmundsdottir, P Gundersen, ...
Icelandic agricultural sciences.-Reykjavik, Akureyri 29, 53-71, 2016
Soil temperature effects on the structure and diversity of plant and invertebrate communities in a natural warming experiment
SI Robinson, ÓB McLaughlin, B Marteinsdóttir, EJ O'Gorman
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (3), 634-646, 2018
Buffering effects of soil seed banks on plant community composition in response to land use and climate
J Plue, H Van Calster, I Auestad, S Basto, RM Bekker, HH Bruun, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (1), 128-139, 2021
Development of vegetation patterns in early primary succession
B Marteinsdóttir, K Svavarsdóttir, TE Thórhallsdóttir
Journal of Vegetation Science 21 (3), 531-540, 2010
A global database for metacommunity ecology, integrating species, traits, environment and space
A Jeliazkov, D Mijatovic, S Chantepie, N Andrew, R Arlettaz, L Barbaro, ...
Scientific data 7 (1), 6, 2020
Underdispersion and overdispersion of traits in terrestrial snail communities on islands
T Astor, J Strengbom, MP Berg, L Lenoir, B Marteinsdóttir, J Bengtsson
Ecology and Evolution 4 (11), 2090-2102, 2014
Trait-based filtering from the regional species pool into local grassland communities
B Marteinsdóttir, O Eriksson
Journal of Plant Ecology 7 (4), 347-355, 2014
Plant community assembly in semi‐natural grasslands and ex‐arable fields: a trait‐based approach
B Marteinsdóttir, O Eriksson
Journal of Vegetation Science 25 (1), 77-87, 2014
An experimental test of the relationship between small scale topography and seedling establishment in primary succession
B Marteinsdóttir, TE Thórhallsdóttir, K Svavarsdóttir
Plant ecology 214, 1007-1015, 2013
Trophic interactions and abiotic factors drive functional and phylogenetic structure of vertebrate herbivore communities across the Arctic tundra biome
JDM Speed, IÅ Skjelbred, IC Barrio, MD Martin, D Berteaux, CG Bueno, ...
Ecography 42 (6), 1152-1163, 2019
A natural heating experiment: phenotypic and genotypic responses of plant phenology to geothermal soil warming
A Valdés, B Marteinsdóttir, J Ehrlén
Global change biology 25 (3), 954-962, 2019
The sheep in wolf's clothing? R ecognizing threats for land degradation in Iceland using state‐and‐transition models
IC Barrio, DS Hik, J Thórsson, K Svavarsdóttir, B Marteinsdóttir, ...
Land Degradation & Development 29 (6), 1714-1725, 2018
Multiple mechanisms of early plant community assembly with stochasticity driving the process
B Marteinsdóttir, K Svavarsdóttir, TE Thórhallsdóttir
Ecology 99 (1), 91-102, 2018
Assessing the ecological impacts of extensive sheep grazing in Iceland.
B Marteinsdóttir, IC Barrio, IS Jónsdóttir
Seed rain and seed bank reveal that seed limitation strongly influences plant community assembly in grasslands
B Marteinsdottir
PLoS One 9 (7), e103352, 2014
Landnám birkis á Skeiðarársandi
B Marteinsdóttir, K Svavarsdóttir, ÞE Þórhallsdóttir
Náttúrufræðingurinn 75 (2-4), 123-129, 2007
Herbivore species coexistence in changing rangeland ecosystems: First high resolution national open-source and open-access ensemble models for Iceland
N Boulanger-Lapointe, K Ágústsdóttir, IC Barrio, M Defourneaux, ...
Science of the Total Environment 845, 157140, 2022
Kristín Svavarsdóttir og Þóra Ellen Þórhallsdóttir.(2007). Landnám birkis á Skeiðarársandi
B Marteinsdóttir
Náttúrufræðingurinn 75 (2-4), 123-129, 0
Ecological and evolutionary responses of an arctic plant to variation in microclimate and soil
NJ Wickander, PU Rasmussen, B Marteinsdóttir, J Ehrlén, AJM Tack
Oikos 130 (2), 211-218, 2021
Impacts of soil temperature, phenology and plant community composition on invertebrate herbivory in a natural warming experiment
E Warner, B Marteinsdóttir, VF Helmutsdóttir, J Ehrlén, SI Robinson, ...
Oikos 130 (9), 1572-1582, 2021
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