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Journal Articles

** Albrich, K; Thom, D; Rammer, W; Seidl, R The long way back: Development of Central European mountain forests towards old-growth conditions after cessation of management.

J VEG SCI. 2021; 32(4), e013052 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Baskent, EZ; Borges, JG; Vacik, H; Reynolds, KM; Rodriguez, LCE Management of Multiple Ecosystem Services under Climate Change, Bioeconomy and Participation.

FORESTS. 2021; 12(1), 104 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Diaz-Yanez, O; Pukkala, T; Packalen, P; Lexer, MJ; Peltola, H Multi-objective forestry increases the production of ecosystem services.

FORESTRY. 2021; 94(3): 386-394. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Eberhard, BR; Eckhart, T; Hasenauer, H Evaluating Strategies for the Management of Douglas-Fir in Central Europe.

FORESTS. 2021; 12(8), 1040 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Honkaniemi, J; Rammer, W; Seidl, R From mycelia to mastodons ? A general approach for simulating biotic disturbances in forest ecosystems.

ENVIRON MODELL SOFTW. 2021; 138, 104977 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Irauschek, F; Barka, I; Bugmann, H; Courbaud, B; Elkin, C; Hlasny, T; Klopcic, M; Mina, M; Rammer, W; Lexer, MJ Evaluating five forest models using multi-decadal inventory data from mountain forests.

ECOL MODEL. 2021; 445, 109493 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Larysch, E; Stangler, DF; Nazari, M; Seifert, T; Kahle, HP Xylem Phenology and Growth Response of European Beech, Silver Fir and Scots Pine along an Elevational Gradient during the Extreme Drought Year 2018.

FORESTS. 2021; 12(1), 75 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Neumann, M; Lawes, MJ Quantifying carbon in tree bark: The importance of bark morphology and tree size.

METHODS ECOL EVOL. 2021; 12(4): 646-654. WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU

** Neumann, M; Turner, J; Lewis, T; McCaw, L; Cook, G; Adams, MA Dynamics of necromass in woody Australian ecosystems.

ECOSPHERE. 2021; 12(8), e03693 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Potzelsberger, E; Gossner, MM; Beenken, L; Gazda, A; Petr, M; Ylioja, T; La Porta, N; Avtzis, DN; Bay, E; De Groot, M; Drenkhan, R; Duduman, ML; Enderle, R; Georgieva, M; Hietala, AM; Hoppe, B; Jactel, H; Jarni, K; Keren, S; Keseru, Z; Koprowski, M; Kormutak, A; Lombardero, MJ; Lukjanova, A; Marozas, V; Mauri, E; Monteverdi, MC; Nygaard, PH; Ogris, N; Olenici, N; Orazio, C; Perny, B; Pinto, G; Power, M; Puchalka, R; Ravn, HP; Sevillano, I; Stroheker, S; Taylor, P; Tsopelas, P; Urban, J; Voolma, K; Westergren, M; Witzell, J; Zborovska, O; Zlatkovic, M Biotic threats for 23 major non-native tree species in Europe.

SCI DATA. 2021; 8(1), 210 WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU

** Sallmannshofer, M; Chakraborty, D; Vacik, H; Illes, G; Low, M; Rechenmacher, A; Lapin, K; Ette, S; Stojanovic, D; Kobler, A; Schueler, S Continent-Wide Tree Species Distribution Models May Mislead Regional Management Decisions: A Case Study in the Transboundary Biosphere Reserve Mura-Drava-Danube.

FORESTS. 2021; 12(3), 330 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Sebald, J; Senf, C; Seidl, R Human or natural? Landscape context improves the attribution of forest disturbances mapped from Landsat in Central Europe.

REMOTE SENS ENVIRON. 2021; 262, 112502 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Senf, C; Seidl, R Mapping the forest disturbance regimes of Europe.

NAT SUSTAIN. 2021; 4(1): 63-U102. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Sommerfeld, A; Rammer, W; Heurich, M; Hilmers, T; Muller, J; Seidl, R Do bark beetle outbreaks amplify or dampen future bark beetle disturbances in Central Europe?.

J ECOL. 2021; 109(2): 737-749. WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Suzuki, KF; Kobayashi, Y; Seidl, R; Senf, C; Tatsumi, S; Koide, D; Azuma, WA; Higa, M; Koyanagi, TF; Qian, SH; Kusano, Y; Matsubayashi, R; Mori, AS The potential role of an alien tree species in supporting forest restoration: Lessons from Shiretoko National Park, Japan.

FOREST ECOL MANAG. 2021; 493, 119253 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Tahri, M; Kaspar, J; Vacik, H; Marusak, R Multi-attribute decision making and geographic information systems: potential tools for evaluating forest ecosystem services.

ANN FOREST SCI. 2021; 78(2), 41 WoS FullText FullText_BOKU

** Thom, D; Taylor, AR; Seidl, R; Thuiller, W; Wang, JJ; Robideau, M; Keeton, WS Forest structure, not climate, is the primary driver of functional diversity in northeastern North America.

SCI TOTAL ENVIRON. 2021; 762, 143070 WoS PubMed FullText FullText_BOKU

** Trudic, B; Avramidou, E; Fussi, B; Neophytou, C; Stojnic, S; Pilipovic, A Conservation of Quercus robur L. genetic resources in its south-eastern refugium using SSR marker system - a case study from Vojvodina province, Serbia.

AUSTRIAN J FOR SCI. 2021; 138(2): 117-140. WoS

Conference & Workshop Proceedings, Paper, Abstract

Verstraeten, Arne Gottardini, Elena Neumann, Mathias et al. (2021): Impact of pollen on throughfall biochemistry in European temperate and boreal forests.
[FORECOMON 2021 – The 9th Forest Ecosystem Monitoring Conference, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 7–9 June 2021]

In: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Forest Monitoring to assess Forest Functioning under Air Pollution and Climate Change. FORECOMON 2021 –The 9thForest Ecosystem Monitoring Conference FullText

Doctoral Thesis

Müller, MM (2021): Waldbrand-Dokumentation und Analyse von durch Blitzschlag ausgelösten Waldbränden als Beitrag für ein integriertes System zur Abschätzung der Waldbrandgefahr in Österreich .

Dissertation am Institut für Waldbau, pp. 147; Universität für Bodenkultur Wien

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