Maja Sundqvist

Contact Information

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Position:

Forskarassistent

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Works at:

Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Address:

Umeå universitet
SE-901 87 Umeå
Sverige

Visiting Address:

KB. H4, Linnaeus väg 6, Umeå, 5.07.09

Tel:

+46 90 786 57 46

Email:

maja.sundqvist@umu.seEmail 1

maja.sundqvist@emg.umu.seEmail 2

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Research

I work on how abiotic and biotic interactions influence communities and ecosystem processes in mountain ecosystems, with an interest in understanding how these ecosystems respond to climate change. I focus on the role of long-term changes in temperature and reindeer grazing for plant community properties, and the consequences of this for above- and belowground linkages and ecosystem processes.

Link to my Google Scholar publication list.

Link to the external webpage of Climate Impacts Research Center, CIRC.

Publications

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Metcalfe, Daniel B.
Hermans, Thirze D. G.
Ahlstrand, Jenny; et al.

Patchy field sampling biases understanding of climate change impacts across the Arctic
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2(9): 1443-1448

2018

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Bokhorst, Stef
Veen, G. F. (Ciska)
Sundqvist, Maja K.; et al.

Contrasting responses of springtails and mites to elevation and vegetation type in the sub-Arctic
Pedobiologia, 67: 57-64

2018

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Blume-Werry, Gesche
Lindén, Elin
Andresen, Lisa; et al.

Proportion of fine roots, but not plant biomass allocation below ground, increases with elevation in arctic tundra
Journal of Vegetation Science, 29(2): 226-235

2018

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Zhao, Qiong
Sundqvist, Maja K.
Newman, Gregory S.; et al.

Soils beneath different arctic shrubs have contrasting responses to a natural gradient in temperature
Ecosphere, 9(6)

2018

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Barrio, Isabel C.
Lindén, Elin
Te Beest, Mariska; et al.

Background invertebrate herbivory on dwarf birch (Betula glandulosa-nana complex) increases with temperature and precipitation across the tundra biome
Polar Biology, 40(11): 2265-2278

2017

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Veen, G. F. (Ciska)
De Long, Jonathan R.
Kardol, Paul; et al.

Coordinated responses of soil communities to elevation in three subarctic vegetation types
Oikos, 126(11): 1586-1599

2017

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Mayor, Jordan R.
Sanders, Nathan J.
Classen, Aimee T.; et al.

Elevation alters ecosystem properties across temperate treelines globally
Nature, 542(7639): 91-95

2017

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De Long, Jonathan R.
Sundqvist, Maja K.
Gundale, Michael J.; et al.

Effects of elevation and nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on plant defence compounds in subarctic tundra heath vegetation
Functional Ecology, 30(2): 314-325

2016

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Siefert, Andrew
Violle, Cyrille
Chalmandrier, Loic; et al.

A global meta-analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities
Ecology Letters, 18(12): 1406-1419

2015

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De Long, Jonathan R.
Kardol, Paul
Sundqvist, Maja K.; et al.

Plant growth response to direct and indirect temperature effects varies by vegetation type and elevation in a subarctic tundra
Oikos, 124(6): 772-783

2015

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