Publications

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Peer-reviewed journal publications

7. Christiansen CT, MS Haugwitz, A Priemé, CS Nielsen, B Elberling, A Michelsen, P Grogan, D Blok (Accepted, April 2016) Enhanced summer warming reduces fungal decomposer diversity and litter mass loss more strongly in dry than in wet tundra. Global Change Biology

6. Semenchuk PR, CT Christiansen, P Grogan, B Elberling, EJ Cooper (Accepted, April 2016) Long-term experimentally deepened snow decreases growing season respiration in a low and high Arctic tundra ecosystem. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences

5. Kumar N, P Grogan, H Chu, CT Christiansen, VK Walker (2013) The effect of freeze-thaw conditions on Arctic soil bacterial communities. Biology 2 (1), pp. 356-377

4. Christiansen CT, SH Svendsen, NM Schmidt, A Michelsen (2012) High Arctic heath soil respiration and biogeochemical dynamics during summer and autumn freeze-in – effects of long-term enhanced water and nutrient supply. Global Change Biology 18 (10), pp. 3224-3236

3. Christiansen CT, NM Schmidt, A Michelsen (2012) High Arctic dry heath CO2 exchange during the early cold season. Ecosystems 15 (7), pp. 1083-1092

2. Teilmann J, CT Christiansen, S Kjellerup, R Dietz, G Nachman (2012) Geographic, seasonal, and diurnal surface behavior of harbor porpoises. Marine Mammal Science 29 (2), pp. E60-E76

1. Christiansen CT, TP Nielsen, NH Nielsen, P Hendriksen, LA Kyhn (2009) The use of Roskilde Fjord by harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena). Flora & Fauna 115 (2-3), pp. 39-44

Other publications

5. Christiansen CT (2016) Seasonal controls on litter and soil carbon and nutrient cycling in arctic tundra ecosystems – and potential impacts of climate change. PhD thesis. 238 pp. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

4. Christiansen CT, TF Nielsen, NM Schmidt, A Michelsen (2013) Late winter, spring, summer and autumn trace gas exchange – determining the relative importance of the different seasons at Zackenberg, NE Greenland. In: “Zackenberg Ecological Research Operations, 18th Annual Report, 2012” (Jensen LM, M Rasch, NM Schmidt, eds.) pp. 86-87. Aarhus University, DCE – Danish Center for Environment and Energy

3. Michelsen A, CT Christiansen, S Svendsen, Schmidt NM (2010) Carbon dioxide emission from high Arctic dry heath during summer and autumn, and the influence of enhanced precipitation and nutrient enrichment. In: “Zackenberg Ecological Research Operations, 15th Annual Report, 2009” (Jensen LM, M Rasch, eds.) pp. 106-108. National Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus University, Roskilde, Denmark

2. Christiansen CT, SB Larsen (2010) Arctic biology field course 2008 (editors). 129 pp. Arctic Station and University of Copenhagen, Hilleröd, Denmark

1. Christiansen CT, SB Larsen (2010) Niche convergence in a low Arctic plant community. A gradient analysis based on plant functional traits. In: “Arctic biology field course 2008” (Christiansen CT, RS Larsen, eds.) pp. 43-70. Arctic Station and University of Copenhagen, Hilleröd, Denmark

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