Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in Forest Ecosystems

EU - CANIF

Von 02/1996 bis 01/1999

Projektleiter: Ernst-Detlef Schulze
Mitarbeiter: Gerhard Gebauer, Guntram Bauer, Michaela Hein
Bewilligung: ENV4-CT95-0053 CANIF - Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in Forest Ecosystems

CANIF (CArbon and NItrogen Cycling in Forest Ecosystems) investigates effects of climate, and soil-borne and deposited nitrogen on C- and N-assimilation and turnover as well as on forest organism functioning in broad-leafed and coniferous forests and plantations along a climatic transect through Europe extending from North Sweden to Central Italy.


Publikationsliste dieses Projekts

Taylor, AFS; Gebauer, G; Read, DJ: Uptake of nitrogen and carbon from double-labelled (15N and 13C) glycine by mycorrhizal pine seedlings, New Phytologist, 164, 383-388 (2004), doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2004.01164.x -- Details
Gebauer, G; Zeller, B; Schmidt, G; May, C; Buchmann, N; Colin-Belgrand, M; Dambrine, E; Martin, F; Schulze, ED; Bottner, P: The fate of 15N-labelled nitrogen inputs to coniferous and broadleaf forests. in E.-D. Schulze: Ecological Studies No. 142, Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in European Forest Ecosystems, Springer, 144-170 (2000)
Harrison, AF; Schulze, ED; Gebauer, G; Bruckner, G: Canopy uptake and utilisation of atmospheric pollutant N. in E.-D. Schulze: Ecological Studies No. 142, Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in European Forest Ecosystems, Springer, 171-188 (2000)
Bauer, GA; Gebauer, G; Harrison, AF; Högberg, P; Högbom, L; Schinkel, H; Taylor, AFS; Novak, M; Harkness, D; Persson, T; Schulze, ED: Biotic and abiotic controls over ecosystem cycling of stable natural nitrogen, carbon and sulphur isotopes. in E.-D. Schulze: Ecological Studies No. 142, Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in European Forest Ecosystems, Springer, 189-214 (2000)
Gebauer, G: The use of stable isotopes to study the fate of nitrogen inputs to forest ecosystems. in M.A. Martins-Loucao, S.H. Lips: Nitrogen in a Sustainable Ecosystem - From the Cell to the Plant, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, 317-327 (2000)
Gebauer, G; Taylor, AFS: 15N natural abundance in fruit bodies of different functional groups of fungi in relation to substrate utilization, New Phytologist, 142, 93-101 (1999), doi:10.1046/j.1469-8137.1999.00373.x -- Details
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