Vigdis Vandvik, Ph.D.

University of Bergen, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway 
"Vigdis Vandvik"
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Halbritter AH, Vandvik V, Cotner SH, et al. (2024) Plant trait and vegetation data along a 1314 m elevation gradient with fire history in Puna grasslands, Perú. Scientific Data. 11: 225
Dahle IJ, Gya R, Töpper JP, et al. (2024) Are sub-alpine species' seedling emergence and establishment in the alpine limited by climate or biotic interactions? Ecology and Evolution. 14: e11009
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. (2024) Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 121: e2309881120
Vandvik V, Halbritter AH, Althuizen IHJ, et al. (2023) Plant traits and associated data from a warming experiment, a seabird colony, and along elevation in Svalbard. Scientific Data. 10: 578
Conti L, Valencia E, Galland T, et al. (2023) Functional trait trade-offs define plant population stability across different biomes. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20230344
Gya R, Geange SR, Lynn JS, et al. (2023) A test of local adaptation to drought in germination and seedling traits in populations of two alpine forbs across a 2000 mm/year precipitation gradient. Ecology and Evolution. 13: e9772
Vandvik V, Althuizen IHJ, Jaroszynska F, et al. (2022) The role of plant functional groups mediating climate impacts on carbon and biodiversity of alpine grasslands. Scientific Data. 9: 451
Haider S, Lembrechts JJ, McDougall K, et al. (2022) Think globally, measure locally: The MIREN standardized protocol for monitoring plant species distributions along elevation gradients. Ecology and Evolution. 12: e8590
Münzbergová Z, Vandvik V, Hadincová V. (2021) Evolutionary Rescue as a Mechanism Allowing a Clonal Grass to Adapt to Novel Climates. Frontiers in Plant Science. 12: 659479
Veselá A, Hadincová V, Vandvik V, et al. (2021) Maternal effects strengthen interactions of temperature and precipitation, determining seed germination of dominant alpine grass species. American Journal of Botany. 108: 798-810
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