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Key recent publications:

Street, L.E., Garnett, M.H., Subke, J., et al. (2020) Plant carbon allocation drives turnover of old soil organic matter in permafrost tundra soils. Global Change Biology 26: 4559– 4571.

van Paassen, J.G., Britton, A.J., Mitchell, R.J., Street, L.E., et al. (2020). Legacy effects of nitrogen and phosphorus additions on vegetation and carbon stocks of upland heaths. New Phytologist. doi:10.1111/nph.16671

Parker, T.C., Clemmensen, K.E., Friggens, N.L.[…], Street L.E. […]. et al. (2020) Rhizosphere inputs from canopy-forming species dominate soil CO2 efflux in a subarctic landscape. New Phytologist doi:10.1111/nph.16573

Bjorkman, A.D., Myers-Smith, I.H., Elmendorf, S.C.[…] Street L.E. […] et al. (2018) Plant functional trait change across a warming tundra biome. Nature 562(7725), pp. 57-62.

Street, L.E., Subke, J., Baxter, R. et al. (2018) Ecosystem carbon dynamics differ between tundra shrub types in the western Canadian Arctic. Environmental Research Letters 13, 8, p. 084014.

Street, L.E., Mielke, N. & Woodin, S.J. (2017) Phosphorus availability determines the response of tundra ecosystem carbon stocks to nitrogen enrichment. Ecosystems 21(6), 1155-1167.

Street L.E., Burns N.R., Woodin S.J. (2015) Slow recovery of High Arctic heath communities from nitrogen enrichment. New Phytologist, 206, 682-95

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