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Chilling and forcing temperatures interact to predict the onset of wood formation in Northern Hemisphere conifers
Delpierre, N., Lireux, S., Hartig, F., Camarero, J. J., Cheaib, A., Čufar, K., … Rathgeber, C. B. K. (2019). Chilling and forcing temperatures interact to predict the onset of wood formation in Northern Hemisphere conifers. Global Change Biology, 25, 1089-1105. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14539
Different effects of alpine woody plant expansion on domestic and wild ungulates
Espunyes, J., Lurgi, M., Büntgen, U., Bartolomé, J., Calleja, J. A., Gálvez-Cerón, A., … Serrano, E. (2019). Different effects of alpine woody plant expansion on domestic and wild ungulates. Global Change Biology, 25(5), 1808-1819. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14587
Short photoperiod reduces the temperature sensitivity of leaf-out in saplings of <i>Fagus sylvatica</i> but not in horse chestnut
Fu, Y. H., Piao, S., Zhou, X., Geng, X., Hao, F., Vitasse, Y., & Janssens, I. A. (2019). Short photoperiod reduces the temperature sensitivity of leaf-out in saplings of Fagus sylvatica but not in horse chestnut. Global Change Biology, 25(5), 1696-1703. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14599
The climatic drivers of primary &lt;em&gt;Picea &lt;/em&gt;forest growth along the Carpathian arc are changing under rising temperatures
Schurman, J. S., Babst, F., Björklund, J., Rydval, M., Bače, R., Čada, V., … Svoboda, M. (2019). The climatic drivers of primary Picea forest growth along the Carpathian arc are changing under rising temperatures. Global Change Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14721
Lags in the response of mountain plant communities to climate change
Alexander, J. M., Chalmandrier, L., Lenoir, J., Burgess, T. I., Essl, F., Haider, S., … Pellissier, L. (2018). Lags in the response of mountain plant communities to climate change. Global Change Biology, 24(2), 563-579. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13976
Warming-induced upward migration of the alpine treeline in the Changbai Mountains, northeast China
Du, H., Liu, J., Li, M. H., Büntgen, U., Yang, Y., Wang, L., … He, H. S. (2018). Warming-induced upward migration of the alpine treeline in the Changbai Mountains, northeast China. Global Change Biology, 24(3), 1256-1266. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13963
Vascular plant-mediated controls on atmospheric carbon assimilation and peat carbon decomposition under climate change
Gavazov, K., Albrecht, R., Buttler, A., Dorrepaal, E., Garnett, M. H., Gogo, S., … Bragazza, L. (2018). Vascular plant-mediated controls on atmospheric carbon assimilation and peat carbon decomposition under climate change. Global Change Biology, 24(9), 3911-3921. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14140
Modelled biophysical impacts of conservation agriculture on local climates
Hirsch, A. L., Prestele, R., Davin, E. L., Seneviratne, S. I., Thiery, W., & Verburg, P. H. (2018). Modelled biophysical impacts of conservation agriculture on local climates. Global Change Biology, 24(10), 4758-4774. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14362
Tipping point in plant–fungal interactions under severe drought causes abrupt rise in peatland ecosystem respiration
Jassey, V. E. J., Reczuga, M. K., Zielińska, M., Słowńska, S., Robroek, B. J. M., Mariotte, P., … Buttler, A. (2018). Tipping point in plant–fungal interactions under severe drought causes abrupt rise in peatland ecosystem respiration. Global Change Biology, 24(3), 972-986. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13928
The response of soil solution chemistry in European forests to decreasing acid deposition
Johnson, J., Graf Pannatier, E., Carnicelli, S., Cecchini, G., Clarke, N., Cools, N., … Jonard, M. (2018). The response of soil solution chemistry in European forests to decreasing acid deposition. Global Change Biology, 24(8), 3603-3619. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14156
The climate, the fuel and the land use: long-term regional variability of biomass burning in boreal forests
Molinari, C., Lehsten, V., Blarquez, O., Carcaillet, C., Davis, B. A. S., Kaplan, J. O., … Bradshaw, R. H. W. (2018). The climate, the fuel and the land use: long-term regional variability of biomass burning in boreal forests. Global Change Biology, 24(10), 4929-4945. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14380
A spatially explicit representation of conservation agriculture for application in global change studies
Prestele, R., Hirsch, A. L., Davin, E. L., Seneviratne, S. I., & Verburg, P. H. (2018). A spatially explicit representation of conservation agriculture for application in global change studies. Global Change Biology, 24(9), 4038-4053. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14307
Alpine glacial relict species losing out to climate change: the case of the fragmented mountain hare population (<i>Lepus timidus</i>) in the Alps
Rehnus, M., Bollmann, K., Schmatz, D. R., Hackländer, K., & Braunisch, V. (2018). Alpine glacial relict species losing out to climate change: the case of the fragmented mountain hare population (Lepus timidus) in the Alps. Global Change Biology, 24(7), 3236-3253. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14087
Vapor-pressure deficit and extreme climatic variables limit tree growth
Sanginés de Cárcer, P., Vitasse, Y., Peñuelas, J., Jassey, V. E. J., Buttler, A., & Signarbieux, C. (2018). Vapor-pressure deficit and extreme climatic variables limit tree growth. Global Change Biology, 24(3), 1108-1122. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13973
Response to Editor to the comment by Delarue (2016) to our paper entitled ‘Persistent high temperature and low precipitation reduce peat carbon accumulation’
Bragazza, L., Buttler, A., Robroek, B. J. M., Albrecht, R., Zaccone, C., Jassey, V. E. J., & Signarbieux, C. (2017). Response to Editor to the comment by Delarue (2016) to our paper entitled ‘Persistent high temperature and low precipitation reduce peat carbon accumulation’. Global Change Biology, 23(10), e7-e8. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13559
Silver fir and Douglas fir are more tolerant to extreme droughts than Norway spruce in south-western Germany
Büntgen, U., Vitali, V., & Bauhus, J. (2017). Silver fir and Douglas fir are more tolerant to extreme droughts than Norway spruce in south-western Germany. Global Change Biology, 23(12), 5108-5119. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13774
A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality
Cailleret, M., Jansen, S., Robert, E. M. R., Desoto, L., Aakala, T., Antos, J. A., … Martínez-Vilalta, J. (2017). A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality. Global Change Biology, 23(4), 1675-1690. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13535
Coupled effects of wind-storms and drought on tree mortality across 115 forest stands from the Western Alps and the Jura mountains
Csilléry, K., Kunstler, G., Courbaud, B., Allard, D., Lassègues, P., Haslinger, K., & Gardiner, B. (2017). Coupled effects of wind-storms and drought on tree mortality across 115 forest stands from the Western Alps and the Jura mountains. Global Change Biology, 23(12), 5092-5107. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13773
Soil warming opens the nitrogen cycle at the alpine treeline
Dawes, M. A., Schleppi, P., Hättenschwiler, S., Rixen, C., & Hagedorn, F. (2017). Soil warming opens the nitrogen cycle at the alpine treeline. Global Change Biology, 23(1), 421-434. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13365
Risk of genetic maladaptation due to climate change in three major European tree species
Frank, A., Howe, G. T., Sperisen, C., Brang, P., St. Clair, J. B., Schmatz, D. R., & Heiri, C. (2017). Risk of genetic maladaptation due to climate change in three major European tree species. Global Change Biology, 23(12), 5358-5371. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13802
 

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