James D. M. Speed
James D. M. Speed
Associate Professor, NTNU University Museum, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome
IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, PSA Beck, M Wilmking, M Hallinger, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (9), 887-891, 2015
3362015
Local temperatures inferred from plant communities suggest strong spatial buffering of climate warming across Northern Europe
J Lenoir, BJ Graae, PA Aarrestad, IG Alsos, WS Armbruster, G Austrheim, ...
Global Change Biology, 2013
1822013
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
1732018
Experimental evidence for herbivore limitation of the treeline
JDM Speed, G Austrheim, AJ Hester, A Mysterud
Ecology 91 (11), 3414-3420, 2010
1502010
Elevational advance of alpine plant communities is buffered by herbivory
JDM Speed, G Austrheim, AJ Hester, A Mysterud
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (4), 617-625, 2012
772012
Stay or go–how topographic complexity influences alpine plant population and community responses to climate change
BJ Graae, V Vandvik, WS Armbruster, WL Eiserhardt, JC Svenning, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 30, 41-50, 2018
692018
Growth limitation of mountain birch caused by sheep browsing at the altitudinal treeline
JDM Speed, G Austrheim, AJ Hester, A Mysterud
Forest ecology and management 261 (7), 1344-1352, 2011
652011
What are the impacts of reindeer/caribou (Rangifer tarandus L.) on arctic and alpine vegetation? A systematic review
C Bernes, KA Bråthen, BC Forbes, JDM Speed, J Moen
Environmental Evidence 4 (1), 4, 2015
622015
Plant community properties predict vegetation resilience to herbivore disturbance in the Arctic
JDM Speed, EJ Cooper, IS Jónsdóttir, R Van Der Wal, SJ Woodin
Journal of Ecology 98 (5), 1002-1013, 2010
612010
What is the influence of a reduction of planktivorous and benthivorous fish on water quality in temperate eutrophic lakes? A systematic review
C Bernes, SR Carpenter, A Gårdmark, P Larsson, L Persson, C Skov, ...
Environmental Evidence 4 (1), 1-28, 2015
532015
Predicting habitat utilization and extent of ecosystem disturbance by an increasing herbivore population
JDM Speed, SJ Woodin, H Tømmervik, MP Tamstorf, R Van Der Wal
Ecosystems 12 (3), 349-359, 2009
482009
Browsing interacts with climate to determine tree‐ring increment
JDM Speed, G Austrheim, AJ Hester, A Mysterud
Functional Ecology 25 (5), 1018-1023, 2011
432011
Sheep grazing in the North Atlantic region: A long-term perspective on environmental sustainability
LC Ross, G Austrheim, LJ Asheim, G Bjarnason, J Feilberg, AM Fosaa, ...
Ambio 45 (5), 551-566, 2016
422016
The response of plant diversity to grazing varies along an elevational gradient
JDM Speed, G Austrheim, A Mysterud
Journal of Ecology 101 (5), 1225-1236, 2013
402013
Regional-scale alteration of clear-cut forest regeneration caused by moose browsing
JDM Speed, G Austrheim, AJ Hester, EJ Solberg, JP Tremblay
Forest Ecology and Management 289, 289-299, 2013
382013
Long-term increase in aboveground carbon stocks following exclusion of grazers and forest establishment in an alpine ecosystem
JDM Speed, V Martinsen, A Mysterud, J Mulder, Ø Holand, G Austrheim
Ecosystems 17 (7), 1138-1150, 2014
372014
The Response of Alpine Salix Shrubs to Long-Term Browsing Varies with Elevation and Herbivore Density
JDM Speed, G Austrheim, AJ Hester, A Mysterud
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 45 (4), 584-593, 2013
332013
Background invertebrate herbivory on dwarf birch (Betula glandulosa-nana complex) increases with temperature and precipitation across the tundra biome
IC Barrio, E Lindén, M Te Beest, J Olofsson, A Rocha, EM Soininen, ...
Polar Biology 40 (11), 2265-2278, 2017
312017
Disjunct populations of E uropean vascular plant species keep the same climatic niches
S Wasof, J Lenoir, PA Aarrestad, IG Alsos, WS Armbruster, G Austrheim, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (12), 1401-1412, 2015
312015
Prevalence of pink-footed goose grubbing in the arctic tundra increases with population expansion
ÅØ Pedersen, JDM Speed, IM Tombre
Polar biology 36 (11), 1569-1575, 2013
272013
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