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Bacon, C.D., Gutiérrez-Pinto, N., Flantua, S.G.A., Castellanos Suárez, D., Jaramillo, C., Pennington, R. T. & Antonelli, A. (2022) The seasonally dry tropical forest species Cavanillesia chicamochae has a middle Quaternary origin. Biotropica 54: 91-99.  10.1111/btp.13031

Barraclough, A.D., Cusens, J. & Måren, I.E. (2022) Mapping stakeholder networks for the co-production of multiple ecosystem services: a novel mixed-methods approach. Ecosystem Services 56: 101461. 10.1016/j.ecoser.2022.101461

Birks, H.J.B. & Birks, H.H. (2022) Michael Charles Faraday Proctor, M.A., Ph.D. (1929-2017). Journal of Bryology 44: 103-106. 10.1080/03736687.2022.2048488

Birks, H.J.B. & Birks, H.H. (2022) Michael Proctor (1929-2017): a botanical polymath. Field Bryology 127: 26-49.

Birks, H.J.B. & Birks, H.H. (2022) Some memories of Oliver Rackham 1963--2015. Friends of Oliver Rackham 17: 8-11.

Bjune, A.E., Alsos, I.G., Brendryen, J., Edwards, M.E., Haflidason, H., Johansen, M.S., Mangerud, J., Paus, A., Regnell, C., Svendsen, J.-I, & Clarke, C.L. (2022) Rapid climate changes during the Latglacial and the early Holocene as seen from plant community dynamics in the Polar Urals, Russia. Journal of Quaternary Science 37: 805-817. 10.1002/jqs.3352

Cusens, J., Barraclough, A.M.D. & Måren, I.E. (2022) Participatory mapping reveals biocultural and nature values in the shared landscape of a Nordic UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. People and Nature 4: 365-381. 10.1002/pan3.10287

Davies, G.M., Vandvik, V., Marrs, R. & Velle, L.G. (2022) Fire management in heather-dominated heaths and moorlands of north-west Europe. In: Weir, J.R. & Scasta, J.D. (eds) Global Application of Prescribed Fire. CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 194-229.

Framstad, E., Kolstad, A.L., Nybø, S., Töpper, J.P. & Vandvik, V. (2022) The condition of forest and mountain ecosystems in Norway. Assessment by the IBECA method. NINA Report 2100, 56 pp.

Graae, B.J., Nystuen, K.O., Vandvik, V. & Eycott, A.E. (2022) Effects of climate change on regeneration of plants from seeds in boreal, subarctic, and subalpine regions. In: Baskin, C.C. & Baskin, J.M. (eds) Plant Regeneration from Seeds. pp. 19-32. 10.1016/B978-0-12-823731-1.00008-1

Hessen, D.O. & Vandvik, V. (2022) Buffering climate change with nature. Weather, Climate, and Society 14: 439-450. 10.1175/WCAS-D-21-0059-1

Jeno, L.M., Nylehn, J., Hole, T.N., Raaheim, A., Velle, G. & Vandvik, V. (2022) Motivational determinants of students' academic functioning: the role of autonomy support, autonomous motivation, and perceived competence. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 10.1080/00313831.2021.1990125

Kjærstad, G., Arnekleiv, J.V., Velle, G. & Finstad, A.G. (2022) Long-term responses of benthic invertebrates to rotenone treatment. River Research and Applications 10.1002/rra.3919

Kusch, E., Davy, R. & Seddon, A.W.R. (2022) Vegetation-memory effets and their association with vegetation resilience in global drylands. Journal of Ecology 10: 1561-1574. 10.1111/1365-2745.13891

Lamentowicz, M., Seddon, A.W.R. & Jussey, V.E.J. (2022) Editorial: Functional traits as indicators of past environmental changes. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9: 827743. 10.3389/fevo.2021.827743

Le Provost, G., Thiele, J., & 57 co-authors including Manning, P. (2022) Contrasting responses of above- and below-ground diversity to muliple components of land-use intensity. Nature Communications 12: 3918. 10.1038/s41467-021-23931-1

Lembrechts, J.J., van den Hoogen, J., and around 400 co-authors including Halbritter, A.H., Haugum, S.V., Lynn, J.S. & Vandvik, V. (2022) Global maps of soil temperature. Global Change Biology 28: 3110-3144. 10.1111/gcb.16060

Lennox, R.J., Thiemer, K., Vollset, K.W., Pulg, U., Stranzl, S., Nilsen, I., Haugen, T.O. & Velle, G. (2022) Behavioural response of brown trout (Salmo trutta) to total dissolved gas supersaturation in a regulated river. Ecohydrology 15: e2363. 10.1002/eco.2363

Lynn, J.S., Fridley, J.D. & Vandvik, V. (2022) More than what they eat: uncoupled biophysical constraints underlie geographic patterns of herbivory. Ecography e06114. 10.1111/ecog.06114

Mackay, A.W., Felde, V.A., Morley, D.W., Piotrowska, N., Rioual, P., Seddon, A.W.R. & Swann, G.E.A. (2022) Long-term trends in diatom diversity and palaeoproductivity: a 16,000-year multidecadal record from Lake Baikal, southern Siberia. Climate of the Past 18: 363-380. 10.5194/cp-18-363-2022

Måren, I.E., Wiig, H., McNeal, K., Wang, S., Zu, S., Cao, R., Fürst, K. & Marsh, R. (2022) Diversified farming systems: impacts and adaptive responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, Norway and China. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 6: 887707. 10.3389/fsufs.2022.887707

Orive, G., Lertxundi, U., Brodin, T. & Manning, P. (2022) Greening the pharmacy. Science 377: 259-260. 10.1126/science.abp9554

Senn, C., Tinner, W., Felde, V.A., Gobet, E., van Leeuwen, J.F.N. & Morales-Molino, C. (2022) Modern pollen–vegetation–plant diversity relationships across large environmental gradients in northern Greece. The Holocene 32: 159-173. 10.1177/09596836211060494

Sperandii, M.G., de Bello, F., Valencia, E. & 52 co-authors including Vandvik, V. (2022) LOTVS: a global collection of permanent vegetation plots. Journal of Vegetation Science 33: e13115. 10.1111/jvs.13115

Stenberg, S.K., Velle, G., Velle, G. (2022) Acute effect of gas supersaturation on Atlantic salmon smolt in two Norwegian rivers. Hydrobiologia 849: 527-538. 10.1007/s10750-020-04439-z

Velle, G., Skoglund, H. & Barlaup, B.T. (2022) Effects of nuisance submerged vegetation on the fauna in Norwegian rivers. Hydrobiologia 849: 539-556. 10.1007/s10750-020-04465-x

Williams, J.W., Huntley, B. & Seddon, A.W.R. (2022) Climate sensitivity and ecoclimate sensitivity: theory, usage, and past implications for the future biospheric responses. Current Climate Change Reports 8: 1-16- 10.1007/s40641-022-00179-5

Zwier, M., van der Bilt, W.G., de Stigter, H. & Bjune, A.E. (2022) Pollen evidence of variations in Holocene climate and Southern Hemishpere Westerly Wind strength on sub-Antarctic South Georgia. The Holocene 32: 147-158. 10.1177/09596836211060495