Climate change effects on nutrient cycling and ecosystems
We are investigating how climate change (elevated atmospheric CO2 and warming) affects ecosystem nutrient cycling and how those feedback to the climate change, e.g. by governing the responses of vegetation or by production of greenhouse gases. We are studying the gross dynamcis of soil nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) as well as the plant nutrient uptake in climate change experiments around the globe, ranging from sub-artic/alpine sites in Northern Sweden, across European grasslands and heaths to subtropical forests in Australia.
- Globally consistent influences of seasonal precipitation limit grassland biomas… (External link)
- Predicting soil carbon loss with warming (External link)
- Long-Term Patterns of Plant Response to Elevated CO2, Drought, and Warming Acro… (External link)
- Nitrogen cycle responses to elevated CO2 depend on ecosystem nutrient status (External link)
- Nitrogen mineralization, not N2 fixation, alleviates progressive nitrogen limit… (External link)
- Soil nitrogen cycle unresponsive to decadal long climate change in a Tasmanian … (External link)