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  • Data from: Divergence of Arctic shrub growth associated with sea ice decline 

    Buchwal, Agata (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań); Sullivan, Patrick F. (University of Alaska Anchorage); Macias-Fauria, Marc (University of Oxford); Post, Eric (University of California, Davis); Myers-Smith, Isla H. (University of Edinburgh); Stroeve, Julienne C. (University of Manitoba); Blok, Daan (Dutch Research Council); Tape, Ken D. (University of Alaska Fairbanks); Forbes, Bruce C. (University of Lapland); Ropars, Pascale (Université du Québec à Rimouski); Lévesque, Esther (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières); Elberling, Bo (University of Copenhagen); Angers-Blondin, Sandra (University of Edinburgh); Boyle, Joseph S. (University of Edinburgh); Boudreau, Stéphane (Université Laval); Boulanger-Lapointe, Noémie (University of British Columbia); Gamm, Cassandra (University of Alaska Anchorage); Hallinger, Martin (Swedish Agricultural University); Rachlewicz, Grzegorz (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań); Young, Amanda (University of Alaska Fairbanks); Zetterberg, Pentti (University of Eastern Finland); Welker, Jeffrey M. (University of Oulu)
    Arctic sea ice extent (SIE) is declining at an accelerating rate with a wide range of ecological consequences. However, determining sea ice effects on tundra vegetation remains a challenge. In this study, we examined the ...

  • Offspring phenotype is shaped by the non-sperm fraction of semen 

    Kekäläinen, Jukka (University of Eastern Finland); Jokiniemi, Annalaura (University of Eastern Finland); Janhunen, Matti (Natural Resources Institute Finland); Huuskonen, Hannu (University of Eastern Finland) (2020)
    In a large majority of animal species, the only contribution of males to the next generation has been assumed to be their genes (sperm). However, along with sperm, seminal plasma contains a wide array of extracellular ...

  • Environmental drivers of Sphagnum growth in peatlands across the Holarctic region 

    Bengtsson, Fia (Uppsala University); Rydin, Håkan (Uppsala University); Baltzer, Jennifer (Wilfrid Laurier University); Bragazza, Luca (University of Ferrara); Bu, Zhao-Jun (Northeast Normal University); Caporn, Simon (Manchester Metropolitan University); Dorrepaal, Ellen (Umeå University); Flatberg, Kjell Ivar (Norwegian University of Science and Technology); Galanina, Olga (St. Petersburg State University); Gałka, Mariusz (University of Lodz); Ganeva, Anna (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences); Goia, Irina (Babeș-Bolyai University); Goncharova, Nadezhda (Russian Academy of Science); Hajek, Michal (Masaryk University); Haraguchi, Akira (University of Kitakyushu); Harris, Lorna (McGill University); Humphreys, Elyn (Carleton University); Jiroušek, Martin (Masaryk University); Kajukało, Katarzyna (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań); Karofeld, Edgar (University of Tartu); Koronatova, Natalia (Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences); Kosykh, Natalia (Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences); Laine, Anna (University of Eastern Finland); Lamentowicz, Mariusz (Adam Mickiewicz University ); Lapshina, Elena (Yugra State University); Limpens, Juul (Wageningen University); Linkosalmi, Maiju (Finnish Meteorological Institute); Ma, Jinze (Northeast Normal University); Mauritz, Marguerite (Northern Arizona University); Mitchell, Edward (University of Neuchâtel); Munir, Tariq (University of Calgary); Natali, Susan (Woods Hole Research Center); Natcheva, Rayna (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences); Philippov, Dmitriy (Russian Academy of Sciences); Rice, Steven (Union College); Robinson, Sean (SUNY-Oneonta); Robroek, Bjorn (Radboud University); Rochefort, Line (Laval University); Singer, David (University of Neuchâtel); Stenøien, Hans (Norwegian University of Science and Technology); Tuittila, Eeva-Stiina (University of Eastern Finland); Vellak, Kai (University of Tartu); Waddington, (James) Mike (McMaster University); Granath, Gustaf (Uppsala University); Payne, Richard J. (Environment and Geography, University of York) (2020)
    The relative importance of global versus local environmental factors for growth and thus carbon uptake of the bryophyte genus Sphagnum – the main peat-former and ecosystem engineer in northern peatlands – remains unclear. ...

  • Initial application of the noise-sorted scanning clustering algorithm to the analysis of composition-dependent organic aerosol thermal desorption measurements 

    Cappa, Christopher (University of California, Davis); Li, Ziyue (University of California, Davis); D'Ambro, Emma (Environmental Protection Agency); Schobesberger, Siegfried (University of Eastern Finland); Shilling, John (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory); Lopez-Hilfiker, Felipe (Tofwerk (Switzerland)); Liu, Jiumeng (Harbin Institute of Technology); Gaston, Cassandra (University of Miami); Thornton, Joel (University of Washington) (2019)
    The FIGAERO-CIMS (Filter Inlet for Gases and AEROsols + chemical ionization mass spectrometer) measures thermal desorption profiles for individual ions evolved from evaporation of organic aerosol components. Often, hundreds ...

  • Dynamic effects of insect herbivory and climate on tundra shrub growth: roles of browsing and ramet age 

    Clark, Adam (Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz); Virtanen, Risto (University of Oulu); den Herder, Michael (European Forest Institute); Roininen, Heikki (University of Eastern Finland) (2020)
    1. To predict shrub responses under climate change in tundra, we need to understand how thermal conditions and herbivory contribute to growth. We hypothesise that shrub growth increases with thermal conditions and ...

  • Data from: Widespread introgression of mountain hare genes into Fennoscandian brown hare populations 

    Levänen, Riikka (University of Eastern Finland); Thulin, Carl-Gustaf (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences); Spong, Göran (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences); Pohjoismäki, Jaakko L.O. (); Pohjoismäki, Jaakko L. O. (University of Eastern Finland) (2019)
    In Fennoscandia, mountain hare (Lepus timidus) and brown hare (Lepus europaeus) hybridize and produce fertile offspring, resulting in gene flow across the species barrier. Analyses of maternally inherited mitochondrial DNA ...

  • Data from: Trade-offs in berry production and biodiversity under prescribed burning and retention regimes in Boreal forests 

    Granath, Gustaf (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences); Kouki, Jari (University of Eastern Finland); Johnson, Samuel (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences); Heikkala, Osmo (University of Eastern Finland); Rodríguez, Antonio (University of Eastern Finland); Strengbom, Joachim (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) (2018)
    1. Green tree retention and prescribed burning are practices used to mitigate negative effects of forestry. Beside their effects on biodiversity, these practices should also promote non-timber forest products (NTFPs). We ...

  • Data from: Size‐dependent stress response in juvenile Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) under prolonged predator conditioning 

    Kortet, Raine (University of Eastern Finland); Laakkonen, Mika V.M. (University of Helsinki); Tikkanen, Jouni (University of Helsinki); Vainikka, Anssi (University of Eastern Finland); Hirvonen, Heikki (University of Helsinki) (2019)
    Predator conditioning can be used to improve post-release antipredator recognition of hatchery-reared salmonids. However, possible negative stress-related effects of prolonged predator conditioning on juvenile fish physiology ...

  • Data from: Sperm pre-fertilization thermal environment shapes offspring phenotype and performance 

    Kekäläinen, Jukka (University of Eastern Finland); Oskoei, Párástu (University of Eastern Finland); Janhunen, Matti (Natural Resources Institute Finland); Koskinen, Heikki (Natural Resources Institute Finland); Kortet, Raine (University of Eastern Finland); Huuskonen, Hannu (University of Eastern Finland) (2018)
    Sperm pre-fertilization environment has recently been suggested to mediate remarkable transgenerational consequences for offspring phenotype (transgenerational plasticity, TGB), but the adaptive significance of the process ...

  • Data from: Rewetting of drained boreal spruce swamp forests results in rapid recovery of Sphagnum production 

    Maanavilja, Liisa (University of Helsinki); Kangas, Laura (University of Helsinki); Mehtätalo, Lauri (University of Eastern Finland); Tuittila, Eeva-Stiina (University of Helsinki) (2016)
    1. Peatland rewetting aims to restore biomass accumulation from peat-forming plants for climate change mitigation, biotope conservation and water purification purposes. Boreal spruce swamp forests in Europe have suffered ...

  • Data from: Reconstruction of velocity fields in electromagnetic flow tomography 

    Lehtikangas, Ossi (University of Eastern Finland); Karhunen, Kimmo (University of Eastern Finland); Vauhkonen, Marko (University of Eastern Finland) (2017)
    Electromagnetic flow meters (EMFMs) are the gold standard in measuring flow velocity in process industry. The flow meters can measure the mean flow velocity of conductive liquids and slurries. A drawback of this approach ...

  • Data from: Pushing the limits of photoreception in twilight conditions: the rod-like cone retina of the deep-sea pearlsides 

    de Busserolles, Fanny (University of Queensland); Cortesi, Fabio (University of Queensland); Helvik, Jon Vidar (University of Bergen); Davies, Wayne I. L. (University of Western Australia); Templin, Rachel M. (University of Queensland); Sullivan, Robert K. P. (University of Queensland); Michell, Craig T. (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology); Mountford, Jessica K. (University of Western Australia); Collin, Shaun P. (University of Western Australia); Irigoien, Xabier (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology); Kaartvedt, Stein (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology); Marshall, Justin (University of Queensland) (2018)
    Most vertebrates have a duplex retina comprising two photoreceptor types, rods for dim-light (scotopic) vision and cones for bright-light (photopic) and color vision. However, deep-sea fishes are only active in dim-light ...

  • Data from: Phylogeny of Salix subgenus Salix s.l. (Salicaceae): delimitation biogeography and reticulate evolution 

    Wu, Jie (Chinese Academy of Sciences); Nyman, Tommi (University of Eastern Finland); Wang, Dong-Chao (Chinese Academy of Sciences); Argus, George W. (Canadian Museum of Nature); Yang, Yong-Ping (Chinese Academy of Sciences); Chen, Jia-Hui (Chinese Academy of Sciences) (2015)
    Background The taxonomy and systematics of Salix subgenus Salix s.l. is difficult. The reliability and evolutionary implications of two important morphological characters (number of stamens, and morphology of bud scales) ...

  • Data from: Parasite infection in a central sensory organ of fish does not affect host personality 

    Klemme, Ines (University of Jyväskylä); Kortet, Raine (University of Eastern Finland); Karvonen, Anssi (University of Jyväskylä) (2016)
    Among the ecological factors acting on the evolution and expression of animal personalities and behavioral syndromes, parasitism has received comparatively little attention. However, infection and host behavior are often ...

  • Data from: Outcome of assisted reproductive technology (ART) and subsequent self-reported life satisfaction 

    Kuivasaari-Pirinen, Paula (University of Eastern Finland); Koivumaa-Honkanen, Heli (University of Oulu); Hippeläinen, Maritta (University of Eastern Finland); Raatikainen, Kaisa (University of Eastern Finland); Heinonen, Seppo (University of Eastern Finland) (2015)
    Objective: To compare life satisfaction between women with successful or unsuccessful outcome after assisted reproductive treatment (ART) by taking into account the time since the last ART. Design: Cohort study. Setting: ...

  • Data from: Multiple plant traits shape the genetic basis of herbivore community assembly 

    Barbour, Matthew A. (University of British Columbia); Rodriguez-Cabal, Mariano A. (University of British Columbia); Wu, Elizabeth T. (Humboldt State University); Julkunen-Tiitto, Riitta (University of Eastern Finland); Ritland, Carol E. (University of British Columbia); Miscampbell, Allyson E. (University of British Columbia); Jules, Erik S. (Humboldt State University); Crutsinger, Gregory M. (University of British Columbia) (2015)
    1. Community genetics research has posited a genetic basis to the assembly of ecological communities. For arthropod herbivores in particular, there is strong support that genetic variation in host plants is a key factor ...

  • Data from: Night reveals individuality in a shoaling fish 

    Härkönen, Laura (University of Oulu); Alioravainen, Nico (University of Eastern Finland); Vainikka, Anssi (University of Eastern Finland); Hyvärinen, Pekka (Natural Resources Institute Finland) (2019)
    Many animals rely heavily on visual cues from their environment, and therefore show circadian rhythmicity in their behavioral activities. In group-living animals, individuals’ activity rhythms must be synchronized not only ...

  • Data from: Metabolic rate associates with, but does not generate covariation between, behaviours in western stutter-trilling crickets, Gryllus integer 

    Krams, Indrikis A. (University of Tartu); Niemelä, Petri T. (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich); Trakimas, Giedrius (Daugavpils University); Krams, Ronalds (University of Turku); Burghardt, Gordon M. (University of Tennessee at Knoxville); Krama, Tatjana (Daugavpils University); Kuusik, Aare (University of Life Sciences); Mand, Marika (University of Tartu); Rantala, Markus J. (University of Turku); Mand, Raivo (University of Tartu); Kekäläinen, Jukka (University of Western Australia); Sirkka, Ilkka (University of Auckland); Luoto, Severi (University of Auckland); Kortet, Raine (University of Eastern Finland); Krams, Indrikis (University of Eastern Finland) (2017)
    The causes and consequences of among-individual variation and covariation in behaviours are of substantial interest to behavioural ecology, but the proximate mechanisms underpinning this (co)variation are still unclear. ...

  • Data from: Molecular identification of cryptic bumblebee species from degraded samples using PCR-RFLP approach 

    Vesterlund, Salla-Riikka (University of Turku); Sorvari, Jouni (University of Eastern Finland); Vasemägi, Anti (Estonian University of Life Sciences) (2013)
    The worldwide decline and local extinctions of bumblebees has raised a need for fast and accurate tools for species identification. Morphological characters are often not sufficient and molecular methods have been increasingly ...

  • Data from: Maternal effects in vulnerability to eye-parasites and correlations between behaviour and parasitism in juvenile Arctic charr 

    Kortet, Raine (University of Eastern Finland); Lautala, Tiina (University of Helsinki); Kekäläinen, Jukka (University of Eastern Finland); Taskinen, Jouni (University of Jyväskylä); Hirvonen, Heikki (University of Helsinki) (2017)
    Hatchery-reared fish show high mortalities after release to the wild environment. Explanations for this include potentially predetermined genetics, behavioural and physiological acclimation to fish farm environments, and ...

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