Andreas Schindlbacher


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Andreas

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Schindlbacher

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2019-02 Effects of aspect and altitude on carbon cycling processes in a temperate mountain forest catchment in LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
  • 2018-09 Future management options for cembran pine forests close to the alpine timberline in ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
  • 2018-07-09 Acclimation of Fine Root Systems to Soil Warming: Comparison of an Experimental Setup and a Natural Soil Temperature Gradient in ECOSYSTEMS
  • 2017-12 Experimental throughfall reduction barely affects soil carbon dynamics in a warm-temperate oak forest, central China in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2017-11 Intensive ground vegetation growth mitigates the carbon loss after forest disturbance in PLANT AND SOIL
  • 2017 Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Temperate European Mountain Forests in MANAGING FOREST ECOSYSTEMS: THE CHALLENGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 2016-12 Soil organic matter dynamics after afforestation of mountain grasslands in both a Mediterranean and a temperate climate in BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
  • 2015-07 Effects of stand patchiness due to windthrow and bark beetle abatement measures on soil CO2 efflux and net ecosystem productivity of a managed temperate mountain forest in EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
  • 2015-05 Contribution of carbonate weathering to the CO2 efflux from temperate forest soils in BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
  • 2015-03 Effect of Climate-Adapted Forest Management on Carbon Pools and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in CURRENT FORESTRY REPORTS
  • 2014-11 Effects of tree species composition on the CO2 and N2O efflux of a Mediterranean mountain forest soil in PLANT AND SOIL
  • 2013 Forests, Carbon Pool, and Timber Production in ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN THE BIOSPHERE
  • 2010-01 Root trenching: a useful tool to estimate autotrophic soil respiration? A case study in an Austrian mountain forest in EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
  • 2008-02 Experimental forest soil warming: response of autotrophic and heterotrophic soil respiration to a short-term 10°C temperature rise in PLANT AND SOIL
  • 2008 Greenhouse-gas Emissions from Temperate Mountain Forests in MANAGING FOREST ECOSYSTEMS: THE CHALLENGE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
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