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    1. Allen, TR; Kupfer, JA
      Spectral response and spatial pattern of Fraser fir mortality and regeneration, Great Smoky Mountains, USA

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Pryor, SC; Barthelmie, RJ; Sorensen, LL; Jensen, B
      Ammonia concentrations and fluxes over a forest in the midwestern USA

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    3. Hoekstra, EJ; Duyzer, JH; de Leer, EWB; Brinkman, UAT
      Chloroform - concentration gradients in soil air and atmospheric air, and emission fluxes from soil

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    4. Bohac, J
      Epigeic beetles (Insecta : Coleoptera) in montane spruce forests under long-term synergistic chronic effects in the Giant Mountains (Central Europe)

      EKOLOGIA-BRATISLAVA
    5. Deleporte, S
      Changes in the earthworm community of an acidophilous lowland beech forestduring a stand rotation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    6. Deschaseaux, A; Ponge, JF
      Changes in the composition of humus profiles near the trunk base of an oaktree (Quercus petraea (Mattus.) Liebl.)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    7. Hutsch, BW
      Methane oxidation in non-flooded soils as affected by crop production - invited paper

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    8. Norden, B; Appelqvist, T
      Conceptual problems of Ecological Continuity and its bioindicators

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    9. Sverdrup-Thygeson, A
      Can 'continuity indicator species' predict species richness or red-listed species of saproxylic beetles?

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    10. Gardner, JJ; Whitlock, C
      Charcoal accumulation following a recent fire in the Cascade Range., northwestern USA., and its relevance for fire-history studies

      HOLOCENE
    11. Glen, M; Tommerup, IC; Bougher, NL; O'Brien, PA
      Interspecific and intraspecific variation of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Eucalyptus ecosystems as revealed by ribosomal DNA PCR-RFLP

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    12. Straatsma, G; Ayer, F; Egli, S
      Species richness, abundance, and phenology of fungal fruit bodies over 21 years in a Swiss forest plot

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    13. Peter, M; Buchler, U; Ayer, F; Egli, S
      Ectomycorrhizas and molecular phylogeny of the hypogeous russuloid fungus Arcangeliella borziana

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    14. Mamilov, AS; Byzov, BA; Zvyagintsev, DG; Dilly, OM
      Predation on fungal and bacterial biomass in a soddy-podzolic soil amendedwith starch, wheat straw and alfalfa meal

      APPLIED SOIL ECOLOGY
    15. Sakai, RK; Fitzjarrald, DR; Moore, KE
      Importance of low-frequency contributions to eddy fluxes observed over rough surfaces

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED METEOROLOGY
    16. Whitehead, D; Gower, ST
      Photosynthesis and light-use efficiency by plants in a Canadian boreal forest ecosystem

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Pu, GX; Saffigna, PG; Xu, ZH
      Denitrification, leaching and immobilisation of N-15-labelled nitrate in winter under windrowed harvesting residues in hoop pine plantations of 1-3 years old in subtropical Australia

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    18. Lindgren, PMF; Sullivan, TP
      Influence of alternative vegetation management treatments on conifer plantation attributes: abundance, species diversity, and structural diversity

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    19. Weibull, H
      Influence of tree species on the epilithic bryophyte flora in deciduous forests of Sweden

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    20. Peltier, A; Ponge, JF; Jordana, R; Arino, A
      Humus forms in Mediterranean scrublands with aleppo pine

      SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL
    21. Vanha-Majamaa, I; Jalonen, J
      Green tree retention in Fennoscandian forestry

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    22. Heinonsalo, J; Jorgensen, KS; Sen, R
      Microcosm-based analyses of Scots pine seedling growth, ectomycorrhizal fungal community structure and bacterial carbon utilization profiles in boreal forest humus and underlying illuvial mineral horizons

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    23. Mahmood, S; Finlay, RD; Erland, S; Wallander, H
      Solubilisation and colonisation of wood ash by ectomycorrhizal fungi isolated from a wood ash fertilised spruce forest

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    24. Compton, JE; Cole, DW
      Fate and effects of phosphorus additions in soils under N-2-fixing red alder

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    25. Swanson, RV; Flanagan, LB
      Environmental regulation of carbon dioxide exchange at the forest floor ina boreal black spruce ecosystem

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    26. Emberson, LD; Ashmore, MR; Simpson, D; Tuovinen, JP; Cambridge, HM
      Modelling and mapping ozone deposition in Europe

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    27. de Bellefeuille, S; Gagne, N; Belanger, L; Huot, J; Cimon, A; Dery, S; Jette, JP
      Effects of three regeneration scenarios for the boreal balsam fir on songbirds, small mammals and snowshoe hares

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    28. Moses, RA; Boutin, S
      The influence of clear-cut logging and residual leave material on small mammal populations in aspen-dominated boreal mixedwoods

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    29. Kampichler, C; Bruckner, A; Kandeler, E
      Use of enclosed model ecosystems in soil ecology: a bias towards laboratory research

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    30. Loranger, G; Bandyopadhyaya, I; Razaka, B; Ponge, JF
      Does soil acidity explain altitudinal sequences in collembolan communities?

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Bradford, MA; Ineson, P; Wookey, PA; Lappin-Scott, HM
      The effects of acid nitrogen and acid sulphur deposition on CH4 oxidation in a forest soil: a laboratory study

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. Bradford, MA; Wookey, PA; Ineson, P; Lappin-Scott, HM
      Controlling factors and effects of chronic nitrogen and sulphur depositionon methane oxidation in a temperate forest soil

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    33. Sohlenius, B; Bostrom, S
      Annual and long-term fluctuations of the nematode fauna in a Swedish Scotspine forest soil

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    34. Rustad, LE; Campbell, JL; Marion, GM; Norby, RJ; Mitchell, MJ; Hartley, AE; Cornelissen, JHC; Gurevitch, J
      A meta-analysis of the response of soil respiration, net nitrogen mineralization, and aboveground plant growth to experimental ecosystem warming

      OECOLOGIA
    35. Ihlen, G; Gjerde, I; Saetersdal, M
      Structural indicators of richness and rarity of epiphytic lichens on Corylus avellana in two different forest types within a nature reserve in south-western Norway

      LICHENOLOGIST
    36. Carey, AB; Wilson, SM
      Induced spatial heterogeneity in forest canopies: Responses of small mammals

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    37. Okland, RH; Okland, T; Rydgren, K
      A Scandinavian perspective on ecological gradients in north-west European mires: reply to Wheeler and Proctor

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    38. Holeksa, J
      Coarse woody debris in a Carpathian subalpine spruce forest

      FORSTWISSENSCHAFTLICHES CENTRALBLATT
    39. McKelvey, KS; Pearson, DE
      Population estimation with sparse data: the role of estimators versus indices revisited

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    40. May, LA; Smiley, B; Schmidt, MG
      Comparative denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis analysis of fungal communities associated with whole plant corn silage

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    41. Finlay, BJ; Black, HIJ; Brown, S; Clarke, KJ; Esteban, GF; Hindle, RM; Olmo, JL; Rollett, A; Vickerman, K
      Estimating the growth potential of the soil protozoan community

      PROTIST
    42. Smith, KA; Dobbie, KE; Ball, BC; Bakken, LR; Sitaula, BK; Hansen, S; Brumme, R; Borken, W; Christensen, S; Prieme, A; Fowler, D; Macdonald, JA; Skiba, U; Klemedtsson, L; Kasimir-Klemedtsson, A; Degorska, A; Orlanski, P
      Oxidation of atmospheric methane in Northern European soils, comparison with other ecosystems, and uncertainties in the global terrestrial sink

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    43. Ceburnis, D; Steinnes, E
      Conifer needles as biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal deposition: comparison with mosses and precipitation, role of the canopy

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    44. Boulet, M; Darveau, M; Belanger, L
      A landscape perspective of bird nest predation in a managed boreal black spruce forest

      ECOSCIENCE
    45. Okland, RH
      Understorey vegetation development in North Finnish Picea forests after disturbance: re-analysis of Siren's data

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    46. Battles, JJ; Fahey, TJ
      Gap dynamics following forest decline: A case study of red spruce forests

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    47. Carey, AB
      Effects of new forest management strategies on squirrel populations

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    48. Vainio, EJ; Hantula, J
      Direct analysis of wood-inhabiting fungi using denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis of amplified ribosomal DNA

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    49. Olsson, PA; Munzenberger, B; Mahmood, S; Erland, S
      Molecular and anatomical evidence for a three-way association between Pinus sylvestris and the ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus bovinus and Gomphidius roseus

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    50. Lee, X
      Air motion within and above forest vegetation in non-ideal conditions

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    51. Storaunet, KO; Rolstad, J; Groven, R
      Reconstructing 100-150 years of logging history in coastal spruce forest (Picea abies) with special conservation values in central Norway

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    52. Mikkelsen, TN; Ro-Poulsen, H; Pilegaard, K; Hovmand, MF; Jensen, NO; Christensen, CS; Hummelshoej, P
      Ozone uptake by an evergreen forest canopy: temporal variation and possible mechanisms

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    53. Borken, W; Grundel, S; Beese, F
      Potential contribution of Lumbricus terrestris L. to carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide fluxes from a forest soil

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    54. Whalen, SC
      Influence of N and non-N salts on atmospheric methane oxidation by upland boreal forest and tundra soils

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    55. Acosta-Martinez, V; Tabatabai, MA
      Enzyme activities in a limed agricultural soil

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    56. Kirschbaum, MUF
      Will changes in soil organic carbon act as a positive or negative feedbackon global warming?

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    57. Tokareva, T; Schepaschenko, D
      Selection of indices for the monitoring of spruce forests within impact zone of the metallurgical enterprise

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    58. Haselmann, KF; Laturnus, F; Svensmark, B; Gron, C
      Formation of chloroform in spruce forest soil - results from laboratory incubation studies

      CHEMOSPHERE
    59. Nguyen-Xuan, T; Bergeron, Y; Simard, D; Fyles, JW; Pare, D
      The importance of forest floor disturbance in the early regeneration patterns of the boreal forest of western and central Quebec: a wildfire versus logging comparison

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    60. Catovsky, S; Bazzaz, FA
      Contributions of coniferous and broad-leaved species to temperate forest carbon uptake: a bottom-up approach

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    61. Laturnus, F; Lauritsen, FR; Gron, C
      Chloroform in a pristine aquifer system: Toward an evidence of biogenic origin

      WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH
    62. Schleich, N; Degering, D; Unterricker, S
      Natural and artificial radionuclides in forest and bog soils: Tracers for migration processes and soil development

      RADIOCHIMICA ACTA
    63. Topoliantz, S; Ponge, JF; Viaux, P
      Earthworm and enchytraeid activity under different arable farming systems,as exemplified by biogenic structures

      PLANT AND SOIL
    64. Bruckner, A; Barth, G; Scheibengraf, M
      Composite sampling enhances the confidence of soil microarthropod abundance and species richness estimates

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    65. Tibell, L; Wedin, M
      Mycocaliciales, a new order for nonlichenized calicioid fungi

      MYCOLOGIA
    66. Larsen, CPS; Morris, WA; MacDonald, GM
      Records of geomagnetic secular variation since 1200 AD and the potential for chronological control of lake sediments in northern Alberta

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES
    67. Jandl, R; Anglberger, H; Reh, M; Halmschlager, E
      Effect of fertilization of a secondary spruce stand in the Kobernausserwald with shoot blight symptoms

      BODENKULTUR
    68. Hedenas, H; Ericson, L
      Epiphytic macrolichens as conservation indicators: successional sequence in Populus tremula stands

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    69. Hanel, L
      Seasonal changes of soil nematodes, other soil microfauna and fungus fruiting bodies in a spruce forest near Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic

      BIOLOGIA
    70. Schulze, ED; Lloyd, J; Kelliher, FM; Wirth, C; Rebmann, C; Luhker, B; Mund, M; Knohl, A; Milyukova, IM; Schulze, W; Ziegler, W; Varlagin, AB; Sogachev, AF; Valentini, R; Dore, S; Grigoriev, S; Kolle, O; Panfyorov, MI; Tchebakova, N; Vygodskaya, NN
      Productivity of forests in the Eurosiberian boreal region and their potential to act as a carbon sink - a synthesis

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    71. Sagot, C; Brun, JJ; Grossi, JL; Chauchat, JH; Boudin, G
      Earthworm distribution and humus forms in the development of a semi-natural alpine spruce forest

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    72. Kampichler, C; Bruckner, A; Baumgarten, A; Berthold, A; Zechmeister-Boltenstern, S
      Field mesocosms for assessing biotic processes in soils: How to avoid sideeffects

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    73. Friedland, AJ; Miller, EK
      Major-element cycling in a high-elevation Adirondack forest: Patterns and changes, 1986-1996

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    74. Vellak, K; Paal, J
      Diversity of bryophyte vegetation in some forest types in Estonia: a comparison of old unmanaged and managed forests

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    75. Senn-Irlet, B; Bieri, G
      Sporocarp succession of soil-inhabiting macrofungi in an autochthonous subalpine Norway spruce forest of Switzerland

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    76. Hovmand, MF
      Cumulated deposition of strong acid and sulphur compounds to a spruce forest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    77. Ponge, JF
      Horizons and humus forms in beech forests of the Belgian Ardennes

      SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL
    78. Rolff, C; Agren, GI
      Predicting effects of different harvesting intensities with a model of nitrogen limited forest growth

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    79. Arnold, SS; Fernandez, IJ; Rustad, LE; Zibilske, LM
      Microbial response of an acid forest soil to experimental soil warming

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    80. Anthoni, PM; Law, BE; Unsworth, MH
      Carbon and water vapor exchange of an open-canopied ponderosa pine ecosystem

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    81. Flesch, TK; Wilson, JD
      Wind and remnant tree sway in forest cutblocks. II. Relating measured treesway to wind statistics

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    82. Foissner, W
      Soil protozoa as bioindicators: pros and cons, methods, diversity, representative examples

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    83. Wanner, M
      A review on the variability of testate amoebae: Methodological approaches,environmental influences and taxonomical implications

      ACTA PROTOZOOLOGICA
    84. Chernenkova, TV; Kuperman, RG
      Changes in the spruce forest communities along a heavy metal deposition gradient on Kola Peninsula

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    85. Strebl, F; Gerzabek, MH; Bossew, P; Kienzl, K
      Distribution of radiocaesium in an Austrian forest stand

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    86. Kandeler, E; Kampichler, C; Joergensen, RG; Molter, K
      Effects of mesofauna in a spruce forest on soil microbial communities and N cycling in field mesocosms

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    87. Okland, T; Okland, RH; Steinnes, E
      Element concentrations in the boreal forest moss Hylocomium splendens: variation related to gradients in vegetation and local environmental factors

      PLANT AND SOIL
    88. Smith, WP
      Relations of small mammal populations to even-aged shelterwood systems: A comment

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    89. Sullivan, TP; Sullivan, DS; Kurta, C
      Relations of small mammal populations to even-aged shelterwood systems: A reply

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    90. Lusk, CH; Contreras, O
      Foliage area and crown nitrogen turnover in temperate rain forest juveniletrees of differing shade tolerance

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    91. Bruckner, A; Kandeler, E; Kampichler, C
      Plot-scale spatial patterns of soil water content, pH, substrate-induced respiration and N mineralization in a temperate coniferous forest

      GEODERMA
    92. Thomas, SC; Bazzaz, FA
      Asymptotic height as a predictor of photosynthetic characteristics in Malaysian rain forest trees

      ECOLOGY
    93. Eberhardt, U; Walter, L; Kottke, I
      Molecular and morphological discrimination between Tylospora fibrillosa and Tylospora asterophora mycorrhizae

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    94. Joiner, DW; McCaughey, JH; Lafleur, PM; Bartlett, PA
      Water and carbon dioxide exchange at a boreal young jack pine forest in the BOREAS northern study area

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    95. Gu, JJ; Smith, EA; Merritt, JD
      Testing energy balance closure with GOES-retrieved net radiation and in situ measured eddy correlation fluxes in BOREAS

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    96. Frolking, S; McDonald, KC; Kimball, JS; Way, JB; Zimmermann, R; Running, SW
      Using the space-borne NASA scatterometer (NSCAT) to determine the frozen and thawed seasons

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    97. HANSEN B; NIELSEN KE
      COMPARISON OF ACIDIC DEPOSITION TO SEMINATURAL ECOSYSTEMS IN DENMARK - COASTAL HEATH, INLAND HEATH AND OAKWOOD

      Atmospheric environment
    98. ZACKRISSON O; DAHLBERG A; NORBERG G; NILSSON MC; JADERLUND A
      EXPERIMENTS ON THE EFFECTS OF WATER AVAILABILITY AND EXCLUSION OF FUNGAL HYPHAE ON NUTRIENT-UPTAKE AND ESTABLISHMENT OF PINUS-SYLVESTRIS SEEDLINGS IN CARPETS OF THE MOSS PLEUROZIUM-SCHREBERI

      Ecoscience
    99. KUULUVAINEN T; SYRJANEN K; KALLIOLA R
      STRUCTURE OF A PRISTINE PICEA-ABIES FOREST IN NORTHEASTERN EUROPE

      Journal of vegetation science
    100. ENGELMARK O; HOFGAARD A; ARNBORG T
      SUCCESSIONAL TRENDS 219 YEARS AFTER FIRE IN AN OLD PINUS-SYLVESTRIS STAND IN NORTHERN SWEDEN

      Journal of vegetation science


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