Riikka Rinnan
TitleCited byYear
Fifteen years of climate change manipulations alter soil microbial communities in a subarctic heath ecosystem
R Rinnan, A Michelsen, E Bååth, S Jonasson
Global Change Biology 13 (1), 28-39, 2007
2902007
Differential utilization of carbon substrates by bacteria and fungi in tundra soil
R Rinnan, E Bååth
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75 (11), 3611-3620, 2009
1392009
Application of near infrared reflectance (NIR) and fluorescence spectroscopy to analysis of microbiological and chemical properties of arctic soil
R Rinnan, Å Rinnan
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (7), 1664-1673, 2007
1222007
Effects of litter addition and warming on soil carbon, nutrient pools and microbial communities in a subarctic heath ecosystem
R Rinnan, A Michelsen, S Jonasson
Applied Soil Ecology 39 (3), 271-281, 2008
1102008
Responses of vegetation and soil microbial communities to warming and simulated herbivory in a subarctic heath
R Rinnan, S Stark, A Tolvanen
Journal of Ecology 97 (4), 788-800, 2009
1042009
Temperature adaptation of soil bacterial communities along an Antarctic climate gradient: predicting responses to climate warming
R Rinnan, J Rousk, E Yergeau, GA Kowalchuk, E Bååth
Global Change Biology 15 (11), 2615-2625, 2009
862009
Methane oxidation in boreal forest soils: kinetics and sensitivity to pH and ammonium
A Saari, R Rinnan, PJ Martikainen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (7), 1037-1046, 2004
862004
Mineralization and carbon turnover in subarctic heath soil as affected by warming and additional litter
R Rinnan, A Michelsen, E Bååth, S Jonasson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (12), 3014-3023, 2007
832007
Elevated UV‐B radiation alters fluxes of methane and carbon dioxide in peatland microcosms
R Niemi, PJ Martikainen, J Silvola, A Wulff, S Turtola, T Holopainen
Global Change Biology 8 (4), 361-371, 2002
762002
Isoprene emission from a subarctic peatland under enhanced UV‐B radiation
P Tiiva, R Rinnan, P Faubert, J Räsänen, T Holopainen, E Kyrö, ...
New Phytologist 176 (2), 346-355, 2007
672007
Responses of two Sphagnum moss species and Eriophorum vaginatum to enhanced UV‐B in a summer of low UV intensity
R Niemi, PJ Martikainen, J Silvola, E Sonninen, A Wulff, T Holopainen
New phytologist 156 (3), 509-515, 2002
662002
Climatic warming increases isoprene emission from a subarctic heath
P Tiiva, P Faubert, A Michelsen, T Holopainen, JK Holopainen, R Rinnan
New Phytologist 180 (4), 853-863, 2008
582008
Ambient ultraviolet radiation in the Arctic reduces root biomass and alters microbial community composition but has no effects on microbial biomass
R Rinnan, MM Keinänen, A Kasurinen, J Asikainen, TK Kekki, ...
Global Change Biology 11 (4), 564-574, 2005
512005
Doubled volatile organic compound emissions from subarctic tundra under simulated climate warming
P Faubert, P Tiiva, Å Rinnan, A Michelsen, JK Holopainen, R Rinnan
New Phytologist 187 (1), 199-208, 2010
492010
Long‐term ozone effects on vegetation, microbial community and methane dynamics of boreal peatland microcosms in open‐field conditions
SK Mörsky, JK Haapala, R Rinnan, P Tiiva, S Saarnio, J Silvola, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (8), 1891-1903, 2008
462008
Carbon dioxide and methane fluxes in boreal peatland microcosms with different vegetation cover—effects of ozone or ultraviolet-B exposure
R Rinnan, M Impiö, J Silvola, T Holopainen, PJ Martikainen
Oecologia 137 (3), 475-483, 2003
462003
The shift in plant species composition in a subarctic mountain birch forest floor due to climate change would modify the biogenic volatile organic compound emission profile
P Faubert, P Tiiva, A Michelsen, Å Rinnan, H Ro-Poulsen, R Rinnan
Plant and soil 352 (1-2), 199-215, 2012
392012
Ozone Effects on the Ultrastructure of Peatland Plants: Sphagnum Mosses, Vaccinium oxycoccus, Andromeda polifolia and Eriophorum vaginatum
R Rinnan, T Holopainen
Annals of botany 94 (4), 623-634, 2004
392004
Plant volatiles in extreme terrestrial and marine environments
R Rinnan, M Steinke, T McGenity, F Loreto
Plant, cell & environment 37 (8), 1776-1789, 2014
382014
Emission of non-methane volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from boreal peatland microcosms—effects of ozone exposure
R Rinnan, Å Rinnan, T Holopainen, JK Holopainen, P Pasanen
Atmospheric Environment 39 (5), 921-930, 2005
382005
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