PuSH - Publication Server of Helmholtz Zentrum München

18 Records found.
Zum Exportieren der Ergebnisse bitte einloggen.
Lay all publications on this page into basket
1.
Rojo, J. et al.: Effects of future climate change on birch abundance and their pollen load. Glob. Change Biol., DOI: 10.1111/gcb.15824 (2021)
2.
Roy, J.* et al.: Ecotrons: Powerful and versatile ecosystem analysers for ecology, agronomy and environmental science. Glob. Change Biol. 27, 1387-1407 (2021)
3.
Falconnier, G.N.* et al.: Modelling climate change impacts on maize yields under low nitrogen input conditions in sub-Saharan Africa. Glob. Change Biol. 26, 5942-5964 (2020)
4.
Ghirardo, A. et al.: Origin of volatile organic compound emissions from subarctic tundra under global warming. Glob. Change Biol. 26, 1908-1925 (2020)
5.
Asseng, S.* et al.: Climate change impact and adaptation for wheat protein. Glob. Change Biol. 25, 155-173 (2019)
6.
Liu, B.* et al.: Global wheat production with 1.5 and 2.0°C above pre‐industrial warming. Glob. Change Biol. 25, 1428-1444 (2019)
7.
Nickel, U.T. et al.: Quantitative losses vs. qualitative stability of ectomycorrhizal community responses to 3 years of experimental summer drought in a beech-spruce forest. Glob. Change Biol. 24, E560-E576 (2018)
8.
Wallach, D.* et al.: Multimodel ensembles improve predictions of crop-environment-management interactions. Glob. Change Biol. 24, 5072-5083 (2018)
9.
Kanaparthi, D. ; Reim, A.* ; Martinson, G.O.* ; Pommerenke, B.* & Conrad, R.*: Methane emission from feather moss stands. Glob. Change Biol. 23, 4884-4895 (2017)
10.
Wang, C.* et al.: Climate change amplifies gross nitrogen turnover in montane grasslands of Central Europe both in summer and winter seasons. Glob. Change Biol. 22, 2963-2978 (2016)
11.
Martre, P.* et al.: Multimodel ensembles of wheat growth: Many models are better than one. Glob. Change Biol. 21, 911-925 (2015)
12.
Aust, C.* et al.: Land availability and potential biomass production with poplar and willow short rotation coppices in Germany. Glob. Change Biol. 6, 521-533 (2014)
13.
Bassu, S.* et al.: How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors? Glob. Change Biol. 20, 2301-2320 (2014)
14.
Fornara, D.A.* et al.: Increases in soil organic carbon sequestration can reduce the global warming potential of long-term liming to permanent grassland Glob. Change Biol. 17, 1925-1934 (2011)
15.
Roth, P.J.* et al.: Accumulation of nitrogen and microbial residues during 2000 years of rice paddy and non-paddy soil development in the Yangtze River Delta, China. Glob. Change Biol. 17, 3405-3417 (2011)
16.
Wagner, D.E.* et al.: Methanogenic activity and biomass in Holocene permafrost deposits of the Lena Delta, Siberian Arctic and its implication for the global methane budget. Glob. Change Biol. 13, 1089-1099 (2007)
17.
Barnard, R.* et al.: Atmospheric CO2 elevation has little effect on nitrifying and denitrifying enzyme activity in four European grasslands. Glob. Change Biol. 10, 488-497 (2004)
18.
Schnitzler, J.-P. et al.: Ameliorating effect of UV-B radiation on the response of Norway spruce and Scots pine to ambient ozone concentrations. Glob. Change Biol. 5, 83-94 (1999)