Group publications – University of Copenhagen


  1. Skove og Plantager
  2. Holmstrup M, Sørensen JG,  Schmidt IK, Nielsen PL, Mason S, Tietema A, Smith AR, Bataillon T, Beier C, Ehlers BK (2013) Soil microarthropods are only weakly impacted after 13 years of repeated drought treatment in wet and dry heathland soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66, 110–118.
  3. Scherber C, Gladbach DJ, Stevnbak K, Karsten RJ, Schmidt IK, Michelsen A,  Albert KR, Mikkelsen TN, Beier C, Christensen S. (2013) Multi-factor climate change effects on insect herbivore performance. Ecology and Evolution 4, 04/2013; DOI:10.1002/ece3.564.
  4. Bruhn D, Larsen KS, de Dato G, Duce P, Zara P, Beier C, Schmidt IK, Mikkelsen TN. (2013) Large scale warming of ecosystems: potentials and limitations of infrared reflective curtains. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 173, 53– 62
  5. Arndal MF, Merrild MP, Michelsen A, Schmidt IK, Mikkelsen M, Beier C 2013. Net root growth and nutrient acquisition in response to predicted climate change in two contrasting heathland species. Plant and Soil 369:615–629. DOI 10.2007/s11104-013-1602-8
  6. Albert KR, Kongstad J, Schmidt IK, Ro-Poulsen H, Mikkelsen TN, Michelsen A, van der Linden L., Beier C (2012) Temperate heath plant response to dry conditions depends on growth strategy and less on physiology. Acta Oecologica 45, 79-87
  7. Holmstrup M, Sørensen JG, Maraldo K, Schmidt IK, Mason S, Tietema A, Smith A, Schmelz R, Bataillon T, Ehlers BK. (2012) Increased frequency of drought depletes species richness of enchytraeid communities in both wet and dry heathland soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry Soil Biology & Biochemistry 53. 43-49
  8. Stevnbak K, Maraldo K, Georgieva S, Bjørnlund L, Beier C, Schmidt IK, Christensen S. (2012)  Suppression of soil decomposers and promotion of long-lived, root herbivorous nematodes by climate change. European Journal of Soil Biology 52, 1–7
  9. Kjøller R, Nilsson L-O, Hansen K, Schmidt IK, Vesterdal L, Gundersen P (2012) Dramatic changes in ectomycorrhizal community composition, root tip abundance and mycelial production along a stand-scale nitrogen deposition gradient. New Phytologist 194, 278–286
  10. Kongstad J, Schmidt I.K, Riis-Nielsen T, Arndal M.F, Mikkelsen T.N, Beier C (2012) Species specific responses in plant growth to changes in temperature, drought and CO2 in combination: results from the CLIMAITE experiment. Ecosystems 15: 269–283. DOI: 10.1007/s10021-011-9508-9