Koen Kramer
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TRY–a global database of plant traits
J Kattge, S Diaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, G Bnisch, E Garnier, ...
Global change biology 17 (9), 2905-2935, 2011
14072011
The importance of phenology for the evaluation of impact of climate change on growth of boreal, temperate and Mediterranean forests ecosystems: an overview
K Kramer, I Leinonen, D Loustau
International Journal of Biometeorology 44 (2), 67-75, 2000
4282000
Selecting a model to predict the onset of growth of Fagus sylvatica
K Kramer
Journal of Applied ecology, 172-181, 1994
2791994
Phenotypic plasticity of the phenology of seven European tree species in relation to climatic warming
K Kramer
Plant, Cell & Environment 18 (2), 93-104, 1995
2221995
A modelling analysis of the effects of climatic warming on the probability of spring frost damage to tree species in The Netherlands and Germany
K Kramer
Plant, Cell & Environment 17 (4), 367-377, 1994
2001994
Plant development models
I Chuine, IG de Cortazar-Atauri, K Kramer, H Hnninen
Phenology: an integrative environmental science, 275-293, 2013
1952013
Modelling exploration of the future of European beech (Fagussylvatica L.) under climate change—Range, abundance, genetic diversity and adaptive response
K Kramer, B Degen, J Buschbom, T Hickler, W Thuiller, MT Sykes, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (11), 2213-2222, 2010
1792010
A framework for modelling the annual cycle of trees in boreal and temperate regions
H Hnninen, K Kramer
Silva Fennica 41 (1), 167-205, 2007
1322007
Evaluation of six process‐based forest growth models using eddy‐covariance measurements of CO2 and H2O fluxes at six forest sites in Europe
K Kramer, I Leinonen, HH Bartelink, P Berbigier, M Borghetti, C Bernhofer, ...
Global Change Biology 8 (3), 213-230, 2002
1322002
Phenology and growth of European trees in relation to climate change
K Kramer
Kramer, 1996
1271996
Models for supporting forest management in a changing environment
L Fontes, JD Bontemps, H Bugmann, M Van Oijen, C Gracia, K Kramer, ...
Forest Systems 19, 8-29, 2010
1182010
A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality
M Cailleret, S Jansen, EMR Robert, L Desoto, T Aakala, JA Antos, ...
Global change biology 23 (4), 1675-1690, 2017
1082017
Stemwood volume increment changes in European forests due to climate change—a simulation study with the EFISCEN model
GJ Nabuurs, A Pussinen, T Karjalainen, M Erhard, K Kramer
Global Change Biology 8 (4), 304-316, 2002
1052002
The interacting effects of ungulates and fire on forest dynamics: an analysis using the model FORSPACE
K Kramer, TA Groen, SE van Wieren
Forest ecology and management 181 (1-2), 205-222, 2003
952003
Modeling daily gas exchange of a Douglas-fir forest: comparison of three stomatal conductance models with and without a soil water stress function
MT Van Wijk, SC Dekker, W Bouten, FC Bosveld, W Kohsiek, K Kramer, ...
Tree Physiology 20 (2), 115-122, 2000
952000
Effects of flooding on the recruitment, damage and mortality of riparian tree species: A field and simulation study on the Rhine floodplain
K Kramer, SJ Vreugdenhil, DC Van Der Werf
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (11), 3893-3903, 2008
672008
Modelling comparison to evaluate the importance of phenology and spring frost damage for the effects of climate change on growth of mixed temperate-zone deciduous forests
K Kramer, A Friend, I Leinonen
Climate Research 7 (1), 31-41, 1996
651996
Effects of flooding duration,-frequency and-depth on the presence of saplings of six woody species in north-west Europe
SJ Vreugdenhil, K Kramer, T Pelsma
Forest Ecology and Management 236 (1), 47-55, 2006
622006
Bridging the gap between ecophysiological and genetic knowledge to assess the adaptive potential of European beech
K Kramer, J Buiteveld, M Forstreuter, T Geburek, S Leonardi, P Menozzi, ...
Ecological Modelling 216 (3-4), 333-353, 2008
612008
Spatial interactions between ungulate herbivory and forest management
K Kramer, GG Bruinderink, HHT Prins
Forest Ecology and Management 226 (1-3), 238-247, 2006
602006
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