• Seterlandskapet historia, naturen og kulturen 

    Bele, Bolette; Norderhaug, Ann; Tunon, Håkan (NIBIO Bok;5(8) 2019, Research report, 2019-10)
    Seterlandskapet er et mangfoldig og variert landskap som mange ennå har et sterkt forhold til. For vel hundre år siden var både det norske og svenske jordbruket avhengig av å utnytte de lokale fôrressursene. Seterbruket ...
  • Effects of bean seed treatment by the entomopathogenic fungi Metarhizium robertsii and Beauveria bassiana on plant growth, spider mite populations and behavior of predatory mites 

    Canassa, Fernanda; Tall, Susanna; Moral, Rafael de Andrade; de Lara, Idemauro A.R.; Delalibera Jr., Italo; Meyling, Nicolai Vitt (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-02-06)
    The fungal genera Metarhizium and Beauveria are considered as both entomopathogens and endophytes; they are able to colonize a wide variety of plants and can cause increased plant growth and protect plants against pests. ...
  • Modis snowline elevation changes during snowmelt runoff events in Europe 

    Parajka, Juraj; Bezak, Nejc; Burkhart, John; Hauksson, Bjarki; Holko, Ladislav; Hundecha, Yeshewa; Jenicek, Michal; Krajčí, Pavel; Mangini, Walter; Molnar, Peter; Riboust, Philippe; Rizzi, Jonathan; Sensoy, Aynur; Thirel, Guillaume; Viglione, Alberto (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-11-07)
    This study evaluates MODIS snow cover characteristics for large number of snowmelt runoff events in 145 catchments from 9 countries in Europe. The analysis is based on open discharge daily time series from the Global Runoff ...
  • Range expansion of the small spruce bark beetle Ips amitinus: a newcomer in northern Europe 

    Økland, Bjørn; Flø, Daniel; Schroeder, Martin; Zach, Peter; Cocos, Dragos; Martikainen, Petri; Siitonen, Juha; Mandelshtam, Michail Y.; Musolin, Dmitry L.; Neuvonen, Seppo; Vakula, Jozef; Nikolov, Christo; Lindelöw, Åke; Voolma, Kaljo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    1 Ips amitinus arrived in Northern Europe at the beginning of 1900s, although its recent expansions to the northernmost conifers have been rapid. 2 Analyses of recent records, MaxEnt models and regional population size ...
  • Moth Outbreaks Reduce Decomposition in Subarctic Forest Soils 

    Sandén, Hans; Mayer, Mathias; Stark, Sari; Sandén, Taru; Nilsson, Lars Ola; Jepsen, Jane Uhd; Wäli, Piippa Riitta; Rewald, Boris (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    Tree mortality from insect infestations can significantly reduce carbon storage in forest soils. In subarctic birch forests (Betula pubescens), ecosystem C cycling is largely affected by recurrent outbreaks of defoliating ...

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