Frits Mohren
Frits Mohren
Professor of Forest Ecology and Forest Management, Wageningen University
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El Ni˝o effects on the dynamics of terrestrial ecosystems
M Holmgren, M Scheffer, E Ezcurra, JR GutiÚrrez, GMJ Mohren
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16 (2), 89-94, 2001
5182001
Modeling carbon sequestration in afforestation, agroforestry and forest management projects: the CO2FIX V. 2 approach
OR Masera, JF Garza-Caligaris, M Kanninen, T Karjalainen, J Liski, ...
Ecological modelling 164 (2-3), 177-199, 2003
3842003
Modelling natural disturbances in forest ecosystems: a review
R Seidl, PM Fernandes, TF Fonseca, F Gillet, AM J÷nsson, ...
Ecological Modelling 222 (4), 903-924, 2011
2962011
Modelos edafolˇgicos de sistemas agroforestales
HW Fassbender
Bib. Orton IICA/CATIE, 1993
2841993
Temporal evolution of the European forest sector carbon sink from 1950 to 1999
GJ Nabuurs, MJ Schelhaas, GMJ Mohren, CB Field
Global Change Biology 9 (2), 152-160, 2003
2492003
Simulation of forest growth, applied to Douglas fir stands in the Netherlands
GMJ Mohren
Mohren, 1987
2011987
Suitability of close-to-nature silviculture for adapting temperate European forests to climate change
P Brang, P Spathelf, JB Larsen, J Bauhus, A Boncčýna, C Chauvin, ...
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 87 (4), 492-503, 2014
1982014
Growth and yield of mixed versus pure stands of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) analysed along a productivity gradientá…
H Pretzsch, M del RÝo, C Ammer, A Avdagic, I Barbeito, K Bielak, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 134 (5), 927-947, 2015
1912015
The impact of the 2003 summer drought on the intra-annual growth pattern of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and oak (Quercus robur L.) on a dry site in the Netherlands
GW Van der Werf, UGW Sass-Klaassen, GMJ Mohren
Dendrochronologia 25 (2), 103-112, 2007
1762007
Phosphorus deficiency induced by nitrogen input in Douglas fir in the Netherlands
GMJ Mohren, J Van Den Burg, FW Burger
Plant and soil 95 (2), 191-200, 1986
1741986
CO2FIX V 3.1 A modelling framework for quantifying carbon sequestration in forest ecosystems
MJ Schelhaas, PW Van Esch, TA Groen, BHJ De Jong, M Kanninen, ...
Alterra-Centrum Ecosystemen, 2004
171*2004
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
1642002
Towards a multidimensional root trait framework: a tree root review
M Weemstra, L Mommer, EJW Visser, J van Ruijven, TW Kuyper, ...
New Phytologist 211 (4), 1159-1169, 2016
1602016
Are drought and wildfires turning Mediterranean cork oak forests into persistent shrublands?
V Acßcio, M Holmgren, F Rego, F Moreira, GMJ Mohren
Agroforestry Systems 76 (2), 389-400, 2009
1522009
Carbon storage and sequestration potential of selected tree species in India
M Kaul, GMJ Mohren, VK Dadhwal
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15 (5), 489-510, 2010
1432010
An approach towards an estimate of the impact of forest management and climate change on the European forest sector carbon budget: Germany as a case study
T Karjalainen, A Pussinen, J Liski, GJ Nabuurs, M Erhard, T Eggers, ...
Forest ecology and management 162 (1), 87-103, 2002
1362002
Forest development in relation to ungulate grazing: a modeling approach
ITM Jorritsma, AFM Van Hees, GMJ Mohren
Forest Ecology and Management 120 (1-3), 23-34, 1999
1361999
The role of European forests in the global carbon cycle—a review
GJ Nabuurs, R Pńivinen, R Sikkema, GMJ Mohren
Biomass and bioenergy 13 (6), 345-358, 1997
1361997
Contrasts between biologically-based process models and management-oriented growth and yield models.
GMJ Mohren
Forest Ecology and Management 69, 1-5, 1994
1261994
Modelling analysis of potential carbon sequestration in selected forest types
GJ Nabuurs, GMJ Mohren
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25 (7), 1157-1172, 1995
1171995
Il sistema al momento non pu˛ eseguire l'operazione. Riprova pi¨ tardi.
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