I am an ecologist who is not only interested in the effects of a changing environment on ecosystem processes, but also very much in the mechanisms behind it.  To get a better understanding of how the diverse impacts of climate change affect soil organisms and their activities, I focus on soil invertebrates, which are key players in many ecosystem processes but are often overlooked by scientists.

In my current postdoc work, I am involved in studying the effects of thawing permafrost and changes in frost-induced soil mixing on carbon dynamics. My research focuses mainly on the community composition and activity of springtails and soil mites, and their effects on carbon turnover. Furthermore, I am interested in how alterations in climate and vegetation dynamics affect soil invertebrates and their contribution to ecosystem processes. 




Year sorteringsordning


Väisänen, Maria
Krab, Eveline J.
Dorrepaal, Ellen

Carbon dynamics at frost-patterned tundra driven by long-term vegetation change rather than by short-term non-growing season warming
Biogeochemistry, 136(1): 103-117



Firbank, Les G.
Bertora, Chiara
Blankman, David; et al.

Towards the co-ordination of terrestrial ecosystem protocols across European research infrastructures
Ecology and Evolution, 7(11): 3967-3975



Krab, Eveline J
Cornelissen, Johannes H C
Berg, Matty P

A simple experimental set-up to disentangle the effects of altered temperature and moisture regimes on soil organisms
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6(10): 1159-1168



Krab, Eveline J.
Aerts, Rien
Berg, Matty P.; et al.

Northern peatland Collembola communities unaffected by three summers of simulated extreme precipitation
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. Applied Soil Ecology, 79: 70-76



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