Marttiina V. Rantala
Marttiina V. Rantala
Ecosystems and Environment Research Programme, University of Helsinki
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Environmental determinants of chironomid communities in remote northern lakes across the treeline–Implications for climate change assessments
TP Luoto, MV Rantala, A Galkin, M Rautio, L Nevalainen
Ecological Indicators 61, 991-999, 2016
Role of terrestrial carbon in aquatic UV exposure and photoprotective pigmentation of meiofauna in subarctic lakes
L Nevalainen, TP Luoto, MV Rantala, A Galkin, M Rautio
Freshwater Biology 60 (11), 2435-2444, 2015
Sources and controls of organic carbon in lakes across the subarctic treeline
MV Rantala, L Nevalainen, M Rautio, A Galkin, TP Luoto
Biogeochemistry 129 (1-2), 235-253, 2016
Climate controls on the Holocene development of a subarctic lake in northern Fennoscandia
MV Rantala, TP Luoto, J Weckström, ME Perga, M Rautio, L Nevalainen
Quaternary Science Reviews 126, 175-185, 2015
Temperature controls organic carbon sequestration in a subarctic lake
MV Rantala, TP Luoto, L Nevalainen
Scientific reports 6, 34780, 2016
Long-term changes in pigmentation of arctic Daphnia provide potential for reconstructing aquatic UV exposure
L Nevalainen, MV Rantala, TP Luoto, AEK Ojala, M Rautio
Quaternary Science Reviews 144, 44-50, 2016
Late Holocene changes in the humic state of a boreal lake and their associations with organic matter transport and climate dynamics
MV Rantala, TP Luoto, L Nevalainen
Biogeochemistry 123 (1-2), 63-82, 2015
Climate drivers of diatom distribution in shallow subarctic lakes
MV Rantala, TP Luoto, J Weckström, M Rautio, L Nevalainen
Freshwater Biology 62 (12), 1971-1985, 2017
Ultraviolet radiation exposure of a high arctic lake in Svalbard during the Holocene
L Nevalainen, MV Rantala, TP Luoto, M Rautio, AEK Ojala
Boreas 44 (2), 401-412, 2015
Characterization of the medieval climate anomaly, little ice age and recent warming in northern Lapland
TP Luoto, EH Kivilä, MV Rantala, L Nevalainen
International Journal of Climatology 37, 1257-1266, 2017
Spatio‐temporal cladoceran (Branchiopoda) responses to climate change and UV radiation in subarctic ecotonal lakes
L Nevalainen, MV Rantala, M Rautio, TP Luoto
Journal of Biogeography 45 (8), 1954-1965, 2018
Sedimentary cladoceran assemblages and their functional attributes record late Holocene climate variability in southern Finland
L Nevalainen, MV Rantala, TP Luoto
Journal of Paleolimnology 54 (2-3), 239-252, 2015
Environmental controls on benthic food web functions and carbon resource use in subarctic lakes
EH Kivilä, TP Luoto, MV Rantala, M Kiljunen, M Rautio, L Nevalainen
Freshwater Biology 64 (4), 643-658, 2019
Recent changes in chironomid communities and hypolimnetic oxygen conditions relate to organic carbon in subarctic ecotonal lakes
TP Luoto, MV Rantala, EH Kivilä, L Nevalainen
Science of The Total Environment 646, 238-244, 2019
Tracking the Limnoecological History of Lake Hiidenvesi (Southern Finland) Using the Paleolimnological Approach
TP Luoto, MV Rantala, MH Tammelin
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 228 (12), 461, 2017
Biogeochemical cycling and ecological thresholds in a High Arctic lake (Svalbard)
TP Luoto, MV Rantala, EH Kivilä, L Nevalainen, AEK Ojala
Aquatic Sciences 81 (2), 34, 2019
Biostratigraphical and geochemical evidence for late Holocene water quality and limnoecological changes in a small humic lake in southern Finland
M Rantala
Late-Holocene variability in chironomid functional assemblages and carbon utilization in a tundra lake food web
EH Kivilä, TP Luoto, MV Rantala, L Nevalainen
Hydrobiologia 847 (3), 895-911, 2020
Cladoceran (Crustacea) Niches, Sex, and Sun Bathing—A Long-Term Record of Tundra Lake (Lapland) Functioning and Paleo-Optics
L Nevalainen, EH Kivilä, MV Rantala, TP Luoto
Water 11 (10), 2008, 2019
A hidden species becoming visible: biogeography and ecology of Rhynchotalona latens (Cladocera, Anomopoda, Chydoridae)
L Nevalainen, EH Kivilä, TP Luoto, MV Rantala, K Van Damme
Hydrobiologia 837 (1), 47-59, 2019
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