PFTC publications

PFTC Scientific publications and Conference presentations

Papers

Vandvik, V., Halbritter, A.H., Yang, Y., He, H., Zhang, L., Brummer, A.B., Klanderud, K., Maitner, B.S., Michaletz, S.T., Sun, X. and Telford,  R.J., 2020. Plant traits and vegetation data from climate warming experiments along an 1100 m elevation gradient in Gongga Mountains, China. Scientific Data, 7(1), pp.1-15. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-020-0529-0

Patrick L, Thompson S, Halbritter AH, Enquist BJ, Vandvik V, Cotner S. 2020. Adding value to a field-based course with a science communication module on local perceptions of climate change. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America:e01680. https://doi.org/10.1002/bes2.1680

Henn JJ, Enquist BJ, Halbritter AH, Klanderud K, Maitner BS, Patterson L, Pöstch C, Telford RJ, Yang Y, Vandvik V. 2018. Intraspecific trait variation and phenotypic plasticity mediate alpine plant species. Frontiers - Topics in Plant Science 9: 1548. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2018.01548

Presentations

Vigdis Vandvik, International Humboldt Day, 17. september 2020, International Biogeographic Society. Going high: Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning along some of the world’s most striking altitudinal gradients OR how a plant functional traits course travelled three continents and counting.

Aud H. Halbritter, Brian Enquist, Kari Klanderud, Brian Maitner, Sean Michaeletz, Lorah Patterson, Richard J. Telford, Yan Yang,
PFTC participants and Vigdis Vandvik. OIKOS conference March 2020. Community assemblage and functional diversity across elevational gradients from the tropics to the arctic.

[International Humboldt Day] Going high: Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning along some of the world’s most striking altitudinal gradients OR how a plant functional traits course traveled three continents, and counting