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29 p, 1.4 MB Temperature response of soil respiration largely unaltered with experimental warming / Carey, Joanna C. (The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory (USA)) ; Tang, Jianwu (The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory (USA)) ; Templer, Pamela H. (Boston University. Department of Biology) ; Kroeger, Kevin D. (Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center. US Geological Survey) ; Crowther, Thomas W. (Yale University. School of Forestry & Environmental Studies) ; Burton, Andrew J. (Michigan Technological University. School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science) ; Dukes, Jeffrey S. (Purdue University. Department of Forestry and Natural Resources) ; Emmett, Bridget (Environment Centre Wales. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology) ; Frey, Serita D. (University of New Hampshire. Department of Natural Resources and the Environment) ; Heskel, Mary A. (The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory (USA)) ; Jiang, Lifen (University of Oklahoma. Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology) ; Mohan, Jacqueline (University of Georgia. Odum School of Ecology) ; Machmuller, Megan B. (Colorado State University. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory) ; Panetta, Anne Marie (University of California. Department of Evolution and Ecology) ; Reich, Peter B. (University of Minnesota. Department of Forest Resources) ; Reinsch, Sabine (Environment Centre Wales. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology) ; Wang, Xin (Chinese Academy of Sciences. Institute of Botany) ; Allison, Steven D. (University of California. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) ; Bamminger, Chris (University of Hohenheim. Institute of Soil Science and Land Evaluation) ; Bridgham, Scott (University of Oregon. Institute of Ecology and Evolution) ; Collins, Scott L. (University of New Mexico. Department of Biology) ; de Dato, Giovanbattista (Centro di Ricerche Forestale) ; Eddy, William C. (University of Minnesota. Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior) ; Enquist, Brian J. (University of Arizona. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) ; Estiarte, Marc (Centre de Recerca Ecòlogica i Aplicacions Forestals) ; Harte, John (University of California. Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management) ; Henderson, Amanda (University of Arizona. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) ; Johnson, Bart R. (University of Oregon. Department of Landscape Architecture) ; Larsen, Klaus Steenberg (University of Copenhagen. Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management) ; Luo, Yiqi (University of Oklahoma. Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology) ; Marhan, Sven (University of Hohenheim. Institute of Soil Science and Land Evaluation) ; Melillo, Jerry M. (The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory (USA)) ; Peñuelas, Josep (Centre de Recerca Ecòlogica i Aplicacions Forestals) ; Pfeifer-Meister, Laurel (University of Oregon. Institute of Ecology and Evolution) ; Poll, Christian (University of Hohenheim. Institute of Soil Science and Land Evaluation) ; Rastetter, Edward (The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory (USA)) ; Reinmann, Andrew B. (Boston University. Department of Biology) ; Reynolds, Lorien L. (University of Oregon. Institute of Ecology and Evolution) ; Schmidt, Inger K. (University of Copenhagen. Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management) ; Shaver, Gaius R. (The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory (USA)) ; Strong, Aaron L. (Stanford University. Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources) ; Suseela, Vidya (Clemson University. Department of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences) ; Tietema, Albert (University of Amsterdam. Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics)
The respiratory release of carbon dioxide (CO2) from soil is a major yet poorly understood flux in the global carbon cycle. Climatic warming is hypothesized to increase rates of soil respiration, potentially fueling further increases in global temperatures. [...]
2016 - 10.1073/pnas.1605365113
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Vol. 113, Issue 48 (November 2016) , p. 13797-13802  
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44 p, 1.6 MB Shifting impacts of climate change : long-term patterns of plant response to elevated CO2, drought, and warming across ecosystems / Andresen, L.C. (University of Gothenburg) ; Müller, C. (University of Gothenburg) ; Dato, G.de (University College Dublin. School of Biology and Environmental Science) ; Dukes, S. (Purdue University) ; Emmett, B. A. (Center for Ecology and Hydrology) ; Estiarte, Marc (Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals) ; Jentsch, A. (Bayreuther Zentrum für Ökologie und Umweltforschung) ; Kröel-Dulay, G. (MTA Ökológiai Kutatóközpont) ; Lüscher, A. (ETH Zürich. Institut für Agrarwissenschaften) ; Niu, S. (Agroscope. Institute for Sustainability Sciences) ; Peñuelas, Josep (Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals) ; Reich, P. B. (University of Minnesota) ; Reinsch, S. (Center for Ecology and Hydrology) ; Ogaya Inurrigarro, Romà (Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals) ; Schmidt, I. K. (Københavns universitet) ; Schneider, M. K. (ETH Zürich. Institut für Agrarwissenschaften) ; Sternberg, M. (Tel Aviv University) ; Tietema, A. (Universiteit van Amsterdam) ; Zhu, K. (Rice University) ; Bilton, M. C. (Universität Tübingen)
Field experiments that expose terrestrial ecosystems to climate change factors by manipulations are expensive to maintain, and typically only last a few years. Plant biomass is commonly used to assess responses to climate treatments and to predict climate change impacts. [...]
2016 - 10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.07.001
Advances in ecological research, Vol.55 (2016) , p. 437-473  
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23 p, 844.8 KB Can current moisture responses predict soil CO₂ efflux under altered precipitation regimes? A synthesis of manipulation experiments / Vicca, Sara (Universiteit Antwerpen. Departement Biologie) ; Bahn, Michael. (Universität Innsbruck. Institut für Ökologie) ; Estiarte, Marc (Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals) ; Loon, E. E. van (Universiteit van Amsterdam. Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics) ; Vargas, R. (University of Delaware. Department of Plant and Soil Sciences) ; Alberti, G. (Università di Udine) ; Ambus, P (Danmarks tekniske universitet. Institut for Kemisk og Biokemisk Teknologi) ; Arain, M. A. (McMaster Centre for Climate Change) ; Beier, Claus (Norsk institutt for vannforskning) ; Bentley, L. P. (Texas Tech University. Department of Biological Sciences) ; Borken, W. (Universität Bayreuth. Lehrstuhl für Bodenökologie) ; Buchmann, N. (Eidgenössischen Technischen Hochschule Zürich. Institut für Umweltsystemwissenschaften) ; Collins, S. L. (University of New Mexico. Biology Department) ; De Dato, G. (Università degli studi della Tuscia di Viterbo. Dipartimento per l'Innovazione nei sistemi Biologici, Agro-alimentari e. Forestali) ; Dukes, Jeffrey S. (Purdue University. Department of Forestry and Natural Resources) ; Escolar, C. (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Área de Biodiversidad y Conservación) ; Fay, P (Grassland Soil and Water Research Laboratory (U.S.)) ; Guidolotti, Gabriele (Università degli studi della Tuscia di Viterbo. Dipartimento per l'Innovazione nei sistemi Biologici, Agro-alimentari e. Forestali) ; Hanson, P. J. (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) ; Kahmen, A. (Eidgenössischen Technischen Hochschule Zürich. Institut für Agrarwissenschaften) ; Kröel-Dulay, György (Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology and Botany) ; Ladreiter-Knauss, T. (Universität Innsbruck. Institut für Ökologie) ; Larsen, K. S. (Danmarks tekniske universitet. Institut for Kemisk og Biokemisk Teknologi) ; Lellei-Kovacs, E. (Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology and Botany) ; Lebrija-Trejos, E. (Tel Aviv University. Department of Molecular Biology and Ecology of Plants) ; Maestre, F. T. (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Área de Biodiversidad y Conservación) ; Marhan, S. (Universität Hohenheim. Institut für Bodenkunde und Standortslehre) ; Marshall, M (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (Great Britain)) ; Meir, P. (University of Edinburgh. School of GeoSciences) ; Miao, Y. (Henan da xue) ; Muhr, J. (Max-Planck. Institut für Biogeochemie) ; Niklaus, P. A. (Universität Zürich. Institut für Evolutionsbiologie und Umweltwissenschaften) ; Ogaya Inurrigarro, Romà (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Biologia Animal, de Biologia Vegetal i d'Ecologia) ; Peñuelas, Josep (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Biologia Animal, de Biologia Vegetal i d'Ecologia) ; Poll, C. (Universität Hohenheim. Institut für Bodenkunde und Standortslehre) ; Rustad, L. E. (United States. Forest Service. Northeastern Research Station) ; Savage, K. (Woods Hole Research Center (Woods Hole, Mass.)) ; Schindlbacher, A. (Bundesforschungs- und Ausbildungszentrum für Wald, Naturgefahren und Landschaft (Austria)) ; Schmidt, I. K. (Køvenhavns universitet. Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management) ; Smith, A. R. (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (Great Britain)) ; Sotta, E. D. (Embrapa Amapá Caixa Postal) ; Suseela, V. (Purdue University. Department of Forestry and Natural Resources) ; Tietema, A. (Universiteit van Amsterdam. Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics) ; Gestel, N. van (Texas Tech University. Department of Biological Sciences) ; Straaten, O. van (Büsgen-Institut. Ökopedologie der Tropen und Subtropen) ; Wan, S. (Henan da xue) ; Weber, U. (Max-Planck. Institut für Biogeochemie) ; Janssens, I. A. (Universiteit Antwerpen. Departement Biologie)
As a key component of the carbon cycle, soil CO₂ efflux (SCE) is being increasingly studied to improve our mechanistic understanding of this important carbon flux. Predicting ecosystem responses to climate change often depends on extrapolation of current relationships between ecosystem processes and their climatic drivers to conditions not yet experienced by the ecosystem. [...]
2014 - 10.5194/bg-11-2991-2014
Biogeosciences, Vol. 11 Issue 11 (Juny 2014) , p. 2991-3013
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26 p, 578.2 KB Increased sensitivity to climate change in disturbed ecosystems / Kröel-Dulay, György (Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology and Botany) ; Ransijn, Johannes (Københavns universitet. Institut for Geovidenskab of Naturforvaltning) ; Schmidt, Inger K. (Københavns universitet. Institut for Geovidenskab of Naturforvaltning) ; Beier, Claus (Norsk institutt for vannforskning) ; De Angelis, Paolo (Università degli studi della Tuscia. Dipartimento per l'Innovazione nei sistemi Biologici, Agroalimentari e Forestali) ; De Dato, Giovanbattista (Università degli studi della Tuscia. Dipartimento per l'Innovazione nei sistemi Biologici, Agroalimentari e Forestali) ; Dukes, Jeffrey S. (Purdue University. Department of Forestry and Natural Resources) ; Emmett, Bridget A. (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology-Bangor) ; Estiarte, Marc (Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals) ; Garadnai, János (Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology and Botany) ; Kongstad, Jane (Københavns universitet. Institut for Geovidenskab of Naturforvaltning) ; Kovàcs-Láng, Edit (Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology and Botany) ; Larsen, Klaus Steenberg (Københavns universitet. Institut for Geovidenskab of Naturforvaltning) ; Liberati, Dario (Università degli studi della Tuscia. Dipartimento per l'Innovazione nei sistemi Biologici, Agroalimentari e Forestali) ; Ogaya Inurrigarro, Romà (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Biologia Animal, de Biologia Vegetal i d'Ecologia) ; Riis-Nielsen, Torben (Københavns universitet. Institut for Geovidenskab of Naturforvaltning) ; Smith, Andrew (Bangor University. School of the Environment and Natural Resources) ; Sowerby, Alwyn (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Oxford) ; Tietema, Albert (Universiteit van Amsterdam. Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics) ; Peñuelas, Josep (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Biologia Animal, de Biologia Vegetal i d'Ecologia)
Human domination of the biosphere includes changes to disturbance regimes, which push many ecosystems towards early-successional states. Ecological theory predicts that early-successional ecosystems are more sensitive to perturbations than mature systems, but little evidence supports this relationship for the perturbation of climate change. [...]
2015 - 10.1038/ncomms7682
Nature communications, March 2015  

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