Tomas Lundmark
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The likely impact of elevated [CO2], nitrogen deposition, increased temperature and management on carbon sequestration in temperate and boreal forest …
R Hyvönen, GI Ågren, S Linder, T Persson, MF Cotrufo, A Ekblad, ...
New Phytologist 173 (3), 463-480, 2007
The effect of water and nutrient availability on the productivity of Norway spruce in northern and southern Sweden
J Bergh, S Linder, T Lundmark, B Elfving
Forest ecology and management 119 (1-3), 51-62, 1999
Replacing monocultures with mixed-species stands: Ecosystem service implications of two production forest alternatives in Sweden
A Felton, U Nilsson, J Sonesson, AM Felton, JM Roberge, T Ranius, ...
Ambio 45 (2), 124-139, 2016
Potential roles of Swedish forestry in the context of climate change mitigation
T Lundmark, J Bergh, P Hofer, A Lundström, A Nordin, BC Poudel, ...
Forests 5 (4), 557-578, 2014
The influence of soil temperature on transpiration: a plot scale manipulation in a young Scots pine stand
PE Mellander, K Bishop, T Lundmark
Forest Ecology and Management 195 (1-2), 15-28, 2004
Thinning of Scots pine and Norway spruce monocultures in Sweden
U Nilsson, E Agestam, PM Ekö, B Elfving, N Fahlvik, U Johansson, ...
Effects of frost on shaded and exposed spruce and pine seedlings planted in the field
T Lundmark, JE Hällgren
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 17 (10), 1197-1201, 1987
Seasonal variation of maximum photochemical efficiency in boreal Norway spruce stands
T Lundmark, J Bergh, M Strand, A Koppel
Trees 13 (2), 63-67, 1998
Functions for biomass estimation of young Pinus sylvestris, Picea abies and Betula spp. from stands in northern Sweden with high stand densities
S Claesson, K Sahlén, T Lundmark
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 16 (2), 138-146, 2001
Recovery from winter depression of photosynthesis in pine and spruce
T Lundmark, J Hedén, JE Hällgren
Trees 2 (2), 110-114, 1988
Snow and soil frost depth in two types of shelterwood and a clear‐cut area
MO Löfvenius, M Kluge, T Lundmark
Scandinavian journal of forest research 18 (1), 54-63, 2003
Effects of low night temperature and light on chlorophyll fluorescence of field-grown seedlings of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)
M Strand, T Lundmark
Tree Physiology 3 (3), 211-224, 1987
Impacts of seasonal air and soil temperatures on photosynthesis in Scots pine trees
M Strand, T Lundmark, I Söderbergh, PE Mellander
Tree Physiology 22 (12), 839-847, 2002
Induction of nitrate reductase in needles of Scots pine seedlings by NOX and NO3
G Wingsle, T Näsholm, T Lundmark, A Ericsson
Physiologia Plantarum 70 (3), 399-403, 1987
Inter-annual variability of precipitation constrains the production response of boreal Pinus sylvestris to nitrogen fertilization
H Lim, R Oren, S Palmroth, P Tor-ngern, T Mörling, T Näsholm, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 348, 31-45, 2015
Simulation of geometric thinning systems and their time requirements for young forests
D Bergstrom, U Bergsten, T Nordfjell, T Lundmark
Silva Fennica 41 (1), 137, 2007
Socio-ecological implications of modifying rotation lengths in forestry
JM Roberge, H Laudon, C Björkman, T Ranius, C Sandström, A Felton, ...
Ambio 45 (2), 109-123, 2016
Möjligheter till intensivodling av skog
S Larsson, T Lundmark, G Ståhl
Slutrapport från regeringsuppdrag Jo 1885, 2008
Photosynthesis of Scots pine in the field after night frosts during summer.
JE Hällgren, T Lundmark, M Strand
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (Paris) 28 (4), 437-445, 1990
Comparison of carbon balances between continuous-cover and clear-cut forestry in Sweden
T Lundmark, J Bergh, A Nordin, N Fahlvik, BC Poudel
Ambio 45 (2), 203-213, 2016
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