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Peer-reviewed articles

2019
Li T., Holst T., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2019)
Amplification of plant volatile defence against insect herbivory in a warming Arctic tundra Nature Plants 5: 568–574
Kramshøj M., Albers C.N., Svendsen S.H., Björkman M.P., Lindwall F., Björk R.G., Rinnan R. (2019)
Volatile emissions from thawing permafrost soils are influenced by meltwater drainage conditions Global Change Biology 25: 1704-1716
Foutami I.J., Mariager T., Rinnan R., Barnes C.J., Rønsted N. (2019)
Hundred fifty years of herbarium collections provide a reliable resource of volatile terpenoid profiles showing strong species effect in four medicinal species of Salvia across the Mediterranean Frontiers in Plant Science 9: 1877

2018
Blok D., Faucherre S., Banyasz I., Rinnan R., Michelsen A., Elberling B. (2018)
Contrasting above- and belowground organic matter decomposition and carbon and nitrogen dynamics in response to warming in High Arctic tundra. Global Change Biology 24: 2660-2672
Kramshøj M., Albers C.N., Holst T., Holzinger R., Elberling B., Rinnan R. (2018)
Biogenic volatile release from permafrost thaw is determined by the soil microbial sink. Nature Communications 9, 3412
Tang J., Yurova Y.A., Schurgers G., Miller A.P., Olin S., Smith B., Siewert B.M., Olefeldt D., Pilesjö P., Poska A. (2018)
Drivers of dissolved organic carbon export in a subarctic catchment: Importance of microbial decomposition, sorption-desorption, peatland and lateral flow Science of the Total Environment
Metcalfe, D.B., Hermans T.D.G., Ahlstrand J., Becker M., Berggren M., Björk R.G., Björkman M.P., Blok D., Chaudhary N., Chisholm C., Classen A.T., Hasselquist N.J., Jonsson M., Kristensen J.A., Kumordzi B.B., Lee H., Mayor J.R., Prevéy J., Pantazatou K., Rousk J., Sponseller R.A., Sundqvist M.K., Tang J., Uddling J., Wallin G., Zhang W., Ahlström A., Tenenbaum D.E., Abdi A.M. (2018)
Patchy field sampling biases understanding of climate change impacts across the Arctic Nature Ecology & Evolution
Albers C.N., Kramshøj M., Rinnan R. (2018)
Rapid mineralization of biogenic volatile organic compounds in temperate and Arctic soils. Biogeosciences 15, 3591-3601
Tang J., Valolahti H., Kivimäenpää M., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2018)
Acclimation of biogenic volatile organic compound emission from Subarctic heath under long-term moderate warming Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123: 95-105
Svendsen, S.H., Priemé, A., Voriskova, J., Kramshøj, M., Schostag, M., Jacobsen, C.S., Rinnan, R. (2018)
Emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds from arctic shrub litter are coupled with changes in the bacterial community composition Soil Biology and Biochemistry 120: 80-90

2017
Dahl M.B., Priemé A., Brejnrod A., Brusvang P., Lund M., Nymand J., Kramshøj M., Ro-Poulsen H., Haugwitz M.S. (2017)
Warming, shading and a moth outbreak reduce tundra carbon sink strength dramatically by changing plant cover and soil microbial activity. Scientific Reports 7, 16035
Tiiva P., Tang J., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2017)
Monoterpene emissions in response to long-term night-time warming, elevated CO2 and extended summer drought in a temperate heath ecosystem. Science of the Total Environment 580, 1056-1067.
Schollert M., Kivimäenpää M., Michelsen A., Blok D., Rinnan R. (2017)
Leaf anatomy, BVOC emission and CO2 exchange of arctic plants following snow addition and summer warming. Annals of Botany 119: 433-445.
van Meeningen Y., Wang M., Karlsson T., Seifert A., Schurgers G., Rinnan R., Holst T. (2017)
Isoprenoid emission variation of Norway spruce across a European latitudinal transect. Atmospheric Environment 170: 45-57.
van Meeningen, Y., Schurgers, G., Rinnan, R., and Holst, T. (2017)
Isoprenoid emission response to changing light conditions of English oak, European beech and Norway spruce. Biogeosciences 14: 4045-4060.

2016
van Meeningen Y., Schurgers G., Rinnan R., Holst T. (2016)
BVOC emissions from English oak (Quercus robur) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica) along a latitudinal gradient. Biogeosciences 13: 6067-6080.
Lindwall F., Svendsen S. S., Nielsen C. S., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2016)
Warming increases isoprene emissions from an arctic fen. Science of the Total Environment 553: 297-304.
Lindwall F., Schollert M., Michelsen A., Blok D., Rinnan R. (2016)
Fourfold higher tundra volatile emissions due to arctic summer warming. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences,
Kramshøj M., Vedel-Petersen I., Schollert M., Rinnan Å., Nymand J., Ro-Poulsen H., Rinnan R. (2016)
Large increases in arctic biogenic volatile emissions are a direct effect of warming. Nature Geoscience 9: 349-352,
Svendsen S.H., Lindwall F., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2016)
Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions along a high arctic soil moisture gradient. Science of the Total Environment 573: 131-138.
Tang J., Schurgers G., Valolahti H., Faubert P., Tiiva P., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2016)
Challenges in modelling isoprene and monoterpene emission dynamics of Arctic plants: a case study from a subarctic tundra heath. Biogeosciences, 13, 6651-6667.

2015
Lindwall F., Faubert P., Rinnan R. (2015)
Diel variation of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound emissions - A field study in the Sub, Low and High Arctic on the effect of temperature and light. Plos ONE 10(4): e0123610.
Schollert M., Kivimäenpää M., Valolahti H. Rinnan R. (2015)
Climate change alters leaf anatomy but has no effects on volatile emissions from arctic plants. Plant, Cell & Environment 38: 2048–2060.
Vedel-Petersen I., Schollert M., Nymand J., Rinnan R. (2015)
Volatile organic compound emission profiles of four common arctic plants. Atmospheric Environment 120: 117–126.
Valolahti H., Kivimäenpää M., Faubert P., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2015)
Climate change-induced vegetation change as a driver of increased subarctic biogenic volatile organic compound emissions. Global Change Biology 21: 3478-3488.

2014
Schollert M., Burchard S., Faubert P., Michelsen A., Rinnan R. (2014)
Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions in four vegetation types in high arctic Greenland. Polar Biology 37: 237-249.
Rinnan R., Steinke M., McGenity T., Loreto F. (2014)
Plant volatiles in extreme terrestrial and marine environments. Plant Cell and Environment 37: 1776–1789.

2013
Mörsky S.K., Haapala J.K., Rinnan R., Saarnio S., Kyrö E., Silvola J., Martikainen P.J., Holopainen T. (2013)
Effects of elevated UV-B radiation on UV-absorbing pigments and leaf anatomy of a sedge, Eriophorum russeolum. Boreal Environment Research 18: 414–424
Rinnan R., Saarnio S., Haapala J.K., Mörsky S.K., Martikainen P.J., Silvola J., Holopainen T. (2013)
Boreal peatland ecosystems under enhanced UV-B radiation and elevated tropospheric ozone concentration. Environmental and Experimental Botany 90: 43-52.
Rinnan R., Michelsen A., Bååth E. (2013)
Fungi benefit from increased nutrient availability in tundra heath soil. PLoS ONE 8(2): e56532.
Rinnan R., Gierth D., Rosenørn T., Bilde M, Michelsen A. (2013)
Off-season biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from heath mesocosms: responses to vegetation cutting. Frontiers in Microbiology 4: 224.

2012
Faubert P., Tiiva P., Michelsen A., Rinnan Å., Ro-Poulsen H., Rinnan R. (2012)
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. Plant and Soil 352: 199-215.
Michelsen A., Rinnan R., Jonasson S. (2012)
Two decades of experimental manipulations of heaths and forest understory in the Subarctic. Ambio 41: 218-230.

2011
Haapala J.K., Mörsky S.K., Rinnan R., Saarnio S., Martikainen P.J., Holopainen T., Silvola J. (2011)
Long-term effects of ozone on CO2 exchange in peatland microcosms. Atmospheric Environment 45, 4002-4007.
Mörsky S.K., Haapala J.K., Rinnan R., Saarnio S., Silvola J., Martikainen P.J., Holopainen T. (2011)
Minor effects of long-term ozone exposure on boreal peatland species Eriophorum vaginatum and Sphagnum papillosum. Environmental and Experimental Botany 72: 455-463.
Rinnan R., Rinnan Å., Faubert P., Tiiva P., Holopainen J.K., Michelsen A. (2011)
Few long-term effects of climate change treatments on BVOC emissions and leaf chemistry of three subarctic dwarf shrubs. Environmental and Experimental Botany 72: 377-386.
Rinnan R., Michelsen A., Bååth E. (2011)
Long-term warming of a subarctic heath decreases soil bacterial community growth but has no effects on its temperature adaptation. Applied Soil Ecology 47: 217-220.
Mörsky S.K., Haapala J.K., Rinnan R., Saarnio S., Suokanerva H., Latola K., Kyrö E., Silvola J., Holopainen T., Martikainen P.J. (2011)
Minor long-term effects of ultraviolet-B radiation on methane dynamics of a subarctic fen in Northern Finland. Biogeochemistry 108: 233-243.
Faubert P., Tiiva P., Nakam T.A., Holopainen J.K., Holopainen T., Rinnan R. (2011)
Non-methane biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from boreal peatland microcosms under warming and water table drawdown. Biogeochemistry 106: 503-516.

2010
Faubert P., Tiiva P., Rinnan Å., Räty S., Holopainen J.K., Holopainen T., Rinnan R. (2010)
Effect of vegetation removal and water table drawdown on the non-methane biogenic volatile organic compound emissions in boreal peatland microcosms. Atmospheric Environment 44: 4432-4439.
Faubert P., Tiiva P., Rinnan Å., Holopainen J.K., Holopainen T., Kyrö E., Rinnan R. (2010)
Non-methane biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from a subarctic peatland under enhanced UV-B radiation. Ecosystems 13: 860-873.
Faubert P., Tiiva P., Rinnan Å., Michelsen A., Holopainen J.K., Rinnan R. (2010)
Doubled volatile organic compound emissions from subarctic tundra under simulated climate warming. New Phytologist 187: 199-208.

2009
Haapala J.K., Mörsky S.K., Saarnio S., Rinnan R., Suokanerva H., Kyrö E., Latola K., Martikainen P., Holopainen T., Silvola J. (2009)
Carbon dioxide balance of a fen ecosystem in northern Finland under elevated UV-B radiation. Global Change Biology 15: 943-954.
Rinnan R., Bååth E. (2009)
Differential utilization of carbon substrates by bacteria and fungi in tundra soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75: 3611-3620.
Rinnan R., Stark S., Tolvanen A. (2009)
Responses of vegetation and soil microbial communities to warming and simulated herbivory in a subarctic heath. Journal of Ecology 97: 788 - 800.
Rinnan R., Rousk J., Yergeau E., Kowalchuk G.A., Bååth E. (2009)
Temperature adaptation of soil bacterial communities along an Antarctic climate gradient: predicting responses to climate warming. Global Change Biology 15: 2615 - 2625.
Tiiva P., Faubert P., Räty S., Holopainen J.K., Holopainen T., Rinnan R. (2009)
Contribution of vegetation and water table on isoprene emission from boreal peatland microcosms. Atmospheric Environment 43: 5469–5475.

2008
Mörsky S.K., Haapala J.K., Rinnan R., Tiiva P., Saarnio S., Silvola J., Holopainen T., Martikainen P.J. (2008)
Long-term ozone effects on vegetation, microbial community and methane dynamics of boreal peatland microcosms in open field conditions. Global Change Biology, in press.
Rinnan R., Nerg A.-M., Ahtoniemi P., Suokanerva H., Holopainen T., Kyrö E., Bååth E. (2008)
Plant-mediated effects of elevated ultraviolet-B radiation on peat microbial communities of a subarctic mire. Global Change Biology 14: 925-937.
Rinnan R., Michelsen A., Jonasson S. (2008)
Effects of litter addition and warming on soil carbon, nutrient pools and microbial communities in a subarctic heath ecosystem. Applied Soil Ecology 39: 271-281.
Tiiva P., Faubert P., Michelsen A., Holopainen T., Holopainen J.K., Rinnan R. (2008)
Climatic warming increases isoprene emission from a subarctic heath. New Phytologist 180: 853-863.

2007
Rinnan R., Michelsen A., Bååth E., Jonasson S. (2007)
Fifteen years of climate change manipulations alter soil microbial communities in a subarctic heath ecosystem. Global Change Biology 13: 28-39.
Tiiva P., Rinnan R., Holopainen T., Mörsky S.K., Holopainen J.K. (2007)
Isoprene emission from boreal peatland microcosms; effects of elevated ozone concentration in an open field experiment. Atmospheric Environment 41: 3819-3828.
Tiiva P., Rinnan R., Faubert P., Räsänen J., Holopainen T., Kyrö E., Holopainen J.K. (2007)
Isoprene emission from a subarctic peatland under enhanced UV-B radiation. New Phytologist 176: 346-355.
Rinnan R., Rinnan Å. (2007)
Application of near infrared reflectance (NIR) and fluorescence spectroscopy to analysis of microbiological and chemical properties of arctic soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39: 1664-1673.
Rinnan R., Michelsen A., Bååth E., Jonasson S. (2007)
Mineralization and carbon turnover in subarctic heath soil as affected by warming and additional litter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39: 3014-3023.

2006
Rinnan R., Gehrke C., Michelsen A. (2006)
Two mire species respond differently to enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation: effects on biomass allocation and root exudation. New Phytologist 169: 809-818.

2005
Rinnan R., Rinnan Å., Holopainen T., Holopainen J.K., Pasanen P. (2005)
Emission of non-methane volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from boreal peatland microcosms – effects of ozone exposure. Atmospheric Environment 39(5): 921-930.
Rinnan R., Keinänen M.M., Kasurinen A., Asikainen J., Kekki T., Holopainen T., Ro-Poulsen H., Mikkelsen T.N., Michelsen A. (2005)
Ambient ultraviolet radiation in the Arctic reduces root biomass and alters microbial community composition but has no effects on microbial biomass. Global Change Biology 11: 564-574.

2004
Saari A., Rinnan R., Martikainen P.J. (2004)
Methane oxidation in boreal forest soils: kinetics and sensitivity to pH and ammonium. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36: 1037-1046.
Rinnan R., Holopainen T. (2004)
Ozone effects on the ultrastructure of peatland plants: Sphagnum mosses, Vaccinium oxycoccus, Andromeda polifolia and Eriophorum vaginatum. Annals of Botany 94: 623-634.

2003
Rinnan R., Impiö M., Silvola J., Holopainen T. & Martikainen P.J. (2003)
Carbon dioxide and methane fluxes in boreal peatland microcosms with different vegetation cover - effects of ozone or ultraviolet-B exposure. Oecologia 137: 475-483.

2002
Niemi R., Martikainen P.J., Silvola J., Sonninen E., Wulff A., Holopainen T. (2002)
Responses of two Sphagnum moss species and Eriophorum vaginatum to enhanced UV-B in a summer of low UV intensity. New Phytologist 156: 509-515.
Niemi R., Martikainen P.J., Silvola J., Wulff A., Turtola S., Holopainen T. (2002)
Elevated UV-B radiation alters fluxes of methane and carbon dioxide in peatland microcosms. Global Change Biology 8: 361-371.
Niemi R., Martikainen P.J., Silvola J., Holopainen T. (2002)
Ozone effects on Sphagnum mosses, carbon dioxide exchange, and methane emission in boreal peatland microcosms. The Science of the Total Environment 289(1-3): 1-12.