Impact factor articles
[19] Greiser, C., Meineri, E., Luoto, M., Ehrlén, J. & Hylander, K. 2018. Monthly microclimate models in a managed boreal forest landscape. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology., vol 250–251., pp147-158.

[18] Aalto, J., Riihimäki, HK., Meineri, E., Hylander, K. and Luoto, M. 2017., Revealing topoclimatic heterogeneity using meteorological station data. International Journal of Climatology., vol 37, pp 544–556.

[17] Klanderud, K†., Meineri, E†., Töpper, J., Michel, P., Vandvik, V. 2016., Biotic interaction effects on seedling recruitment along bioclinatic gradients : Testing the stress-gradient hypothesis. Journal of Vegetation Science., Vol 28., pp 347–356. † These authors contributed equally to the paper.

[16] Meineri, E. and Hylander, K., 2016., Fine-grain large-domain climate models based on climate stations and comprehensive topographic information improve microrefugia detection. Ecography., vol 40, pp1003-1013.

[15] Skarpaas, O., Meineri, E., Bargmann, T., Pötsch, C., Töpper, J. and Vandvik, V., 2016., Biomass partitioning in grassland plants along independent gradients in temperature and precipitation., Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics., Vol 19., pp 1-11.

[14] Meineri, E., Dahlberg, C.J. and Hylander, K., 2015., Using Gaussian Bayesian Networks to disentangle direct and indirect associations between landscape physiography, environmental variables and species distribution., Ecological modelling., Vol 313., pp 127–136.

[13] Vandvik, V., Klanderud, K., Meineri, E., Måren, I.E. and Töpper, J.P., 2015., Seed banks are biodiversity reservoirs : Species-area relationships above versus below ground., Oikos., Vol 125-2., pp 218-228.

[12] Verschut, T.A., Meineri, E. and Basset, A., 2015., Biotic interactions affect the colonization behavior of aquatic detritivorous macroinvertebrates in a heterogeneous environment., Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.157., pp 120-128.

[11] Hylander, K., Ehrlén, J., Luoto, M. and Meineri, E., 2015., Microrefugia : Not for everyone., Ambio., Vol 44-1., pp S60-S68.

[10] Meineri, E†., Deville, AS†., Bechet, A., Gauthier-Clerc, M. and Gremillet, D., 2015., Combining correlative and mechanistic habitat suitability models to improve ecological compensation., Biological reviews., Vol 90-1., pp 314-329. †These authors contributed equally to the paper.

[9] Meineri, E., Skarpaas, O., Spindelbock, J., Bargmann, T. and Vandvik, V., 2014., Direct and size-dependent effects of climate on flowering performance in alpine and lowland herbaceous species., Journal of Vegetation Science., Vol 25-1., pp 275–286.

[8] Meineri, E., Rodrigez-Pérez, H. and Mesleard, F., 2014., Distribution and reproduction of Procambarus clarkii in relation to water management, salinity and habitat type in the Camargue., Aquatic Conservation : Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems., Vol 24-3., pp 312 – 323.

[7] Meineri, E., Spindelbock, J. and Vandvik, V., 2013., Seedling emergence responds to both seed source and recruitment site climates : A climate change experiment combining transplant and gradient approaches., Plant Ecology., 214-4., pp 607-619.

[6] Meineri. E., Skarpaas. O. and Vandvik.V., 2012., Modelling alpine plant distributions at the landscape scale : do biotic interactions matter ? Ecological Modelling., Vol 231-1., pp 1-10.

[5] Graae, BJ., Ejrnaes, R., Lang, SI., Meineri, E., Ibarra, PT. and Bruun, HH., 2011., Strong microsite control of seedling recruitment in tundra., Oecologia., Vol 166-2., pp 565-576.

[4] Auffret, A.G †., Meineri, E†., Bruun, HH., Ejrnaes, R. and Graae, BJ., 2010., Ontogenetic niche shifts in three Vaccinium species on a sub-alpine mountain side., Plant ecology and diversity., Vol 3-2., pp 131-139. †These authors contributed equally to the paper.

Book chapters
[3] Rodrigez-Pérez, H, Meineri, E., Prola, T., 2013., in Gauthier-Clerc, M., Mesleard, F. and Blondel, J., L’Ecrevisse de Louisiane une paradoxe pour la conservation de la « diversité biologique »., Sciences de la conservation,. De Boeck Edition.

[2] Greiser C, Meineri E, Luoto M, Ehrlén J, Hylander K (2018) Data from : Monthly microclimate models in a managed boreal forest landscape. Dryad Digital Repository.

[1] Meineri, E., Hylander, K., 2016., Data from : Fine-grain large-domain climate models based on climate stations and comprehensive topographic information improve microrefugia detection. Dryad Data Repository. DOI :