Hyytiälä Publications 2017

2017

1. Aaltonen, H., Linden, A., Heinonsalo, J., Biasi, C. & Pumpanen, J. 2017. Effects of prolonged drought stress on Scots pine seedling carbon allocation. Tree Physiology. 37, 4, s. 418-427.

2. Alekseychik, P. K., Korrensalo, A., Mammarella, I., Vesala, T. & Tuittila, E. -S. 16 kesäkuuta 2017. Relationship between aerodynamic roughness length and bulk sedge leaf area index in a mixed-species boreal mire complex. Geophysical Research Letters. 44, 11, s. 5836-5843.

3. Anav A, Liu Q, De Marco A, et al. 2017. The role of plant phenology in stomatal ozone flux modeling. Glob Change Biol. 2018;24:235–248.

4. Arulraj, M. & Barros, A.P.  2017: Shallow Precipitation Detection and Classification Using Multifrequency Radar Observations and Model Simulations. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 34, 1963–1983.

5. Atherton, J., Olascoaga, B., Alonso, L. & Porcar-Castell, A. 2017. Spatial Variation of Leaf Optical Properties in a Boreal Forest Is Influenced by Species and Light Environment. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8, 309.

6. Baranizadeh, E., Nieminen, T., Yli-Juuti, T., Kulmala, M., Petäjä, T., Leskinen, A., Komppula, M., Laaksonen, A. & Lehtinen, K. E. J. 2017. Estimation of atmospheric particle formation rates through an analytical formula: validation and application in Hyytiälä and Puijo, Finland. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17, 21, s. 13361-13371.

7. Barreira, L. M. F., Duporté, G., Parshintsev, J., Hartonen, J. ,Jussila, M.,  Aalto, J., Bäck, J.,  Kulmala, M. & Riekkola, M-L. 2017. Emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds from the boreal forest floor and understory: a study by solid-phase microextraction and portable gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. BOREAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH 22: 393–413. 

8. Bianchi, F., Garmash,O., He,X., Yan,C.,  Iyer,S. Rosendahl, I., Xu, Z.,Rissanen, M. P.,, Riva, M., Taipale, R., Sarnela, R, Petäjä, T.,  Worsnop, D.R., Kulmala, M., Ehn, M. and Junninen, H. 2017. The role of highly oxygenated molecules (HOMs) in determining the composition of ambient ions in the boreal forest. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics: 13819-13831.

9. Blomley, R., Hovi, A., Weinmann, M., Hinz, S.,Korpela, I. & Jutzi, B. 2017. Tree species classification using within crown localization of waveform LiDAR attributes. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing133:142-156.

10. Campbell, J.E.,  Kesselmeier, J., Yakir, D.,  Berry, J.A.et al.  2017. Assessing a New Clue to How Much Carbon Plants Take Up Eos 98.

11. Chen, X., Quéléver, L.,Fung, P., Kesti, J., Rissanen, M. P., Bäck, J., Keronen,P., Junninen, H.  Petäjä, T., Kerminen, V-M. & Kulmala, M. 2017. Observations of ozone depletion events in a Finnish boreal forest. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics: 49-63.

12. Ciarelli, G., Aksoyoglu, S., El Haddad, I., Bruns, E. A., Crippa, M., Poulain, L., Äijälä, M., Carbone, S., Freney, E., O'Dowd, C., Baltensperger, U., and Prévôt, A. S. H. 2017. Modelling winter organic aerosol at the European scale with CAMx: evaluation and source apportionment with a VBS parameterization based on novel wood burning smog chamber experiments, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 7653-7669.

13. Cueva, J. A., Bahn, M, Barron-Gafford, G., Bond-Lamberty, B., Hanson, P.J., Jaimes, A., Kulmala, L., Pumpanen, J., Scott, R. L., Wohlfahrt, G. & Vargas, R. 2017. Comparing ecosystem and soil respiration: Review and key challenges of tower-based and soil measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 249 (15):434-443.

14. Dada, L., Paasonen, P., Nieminen, T., Mazon, S. B., Kontkanen, J., Peräkylä, O., Lehtipalo, K., Hussein, T., Petäjä, T., Kerminen, V-M., Bäck, J. & Kulmala, M. 2017. Long-term analysis of clear-sky new particle formation events and nonevents in Hyytiälä. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17, 10: 6227-6241.

15. Dubtsov, S.,Ovchinnikova, T., Valiulin, S., Chen, X.,Manninen, H.E., Aalto, P.P. & Petäjä, T. 2017. Laboratory verification of Aerosol Diffusion Spectrometer and the application to ambient measurements of new particle formation. Journal of Aerosol Science 105:10-23

16.  Duporté,G., Riva, M., Parshintsev, J., Heikkinen,E.,  Barreira,L.M.F., Myllys; N., Heikkinen, L., Hartonen,K., Kulmala, M.,Ehn,M. & Riekkola, M-L. 2017. Chemical Characterization of Gas- and Particle-Phase Products from the Ozonolysis of α-Pinene in the Presence of Dimethylamine. Environ. Sci. Technol. 51 (10), pp 5602–5610.

17. Filioglou, M., Nikandrova, A., Niemelä, S., Baars, H., Mielonen, T. Leskinen, A., Brus, D., Romakkaniemi, S., Giannakaki, E., & Komppula, M. 2017. Profiling water vapor mixing ratios in Finland by means of a Raman lidar, a satellite and a model. Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 4303–4316.

18. Gao, Y., Markkanen, T., Aurela, M. Mammarella, I., Thum, T.,  Tsuruta, A.,Yang, H. & Aalto, T. 2017. Response of water use efficiency to summer drought in a boreal Scots pine forest in Finland. Biogeosciences 14: 4409-4422.

19. Hakola, H., Tarvainen, V., Praplan, A. P., Jaars, K., Hemmilä, M., Kulmala, M., Bäck, J., and Hellén, H. 2017. Terpenoid and carbonyl emissions from Norway spruce in Finland during the growing season, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 3357-3370.

20. Halmeenmäki, E., Heinonsalo, J., Putkinen, A. et al. 2017. Above- and belowground fluxes of methane from boreal dwarf shrubs and Pinus sylvestris seedlings Plant Soil 420: 361.

21. Hari, P., Aakala, T. Aalto, J., Bäck, J. Hollmén, J.; Jõgiste, K.  Koupaei, K. , Kähkönen, M. A.  Korpela,M., Kulmala, L.,  Nikinmaa, E., Pumpanen, J. Salkinoja-Salonen, M., Schiestl-Aalto, P.,  Simojoki, A., Havimo, M.  2017. Newtonian boreal forest ecology: The Scots pine ecosystem as an example.  PLoS One. Issue 6.

22. Hari, P. K. J., Kerminen, V-M., Kulmala, L-M., Kulmala, M. T., Noe, S., Petäjä, T. T., Vanhatalo, A. M. & Bäck, J. K. 2017. Annual cycle of Scots pine photosynthesis. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17, 24, s. 15045-15053.

23. Heiskanen, L. 2017. Uncertainty in forest atmosphere exchange of energy and carbon dioxide based on two vertically displaced eddy covariance set-ups. Master of Science thesis in meteorology. 50 s.

24. Helin, A., Sietiö, O.-M., Heinonsalo, J., Bäck, J., Riekkola, M.-L., and Parshintsev, J.: 2017. Characterization of free amino acids, bacteria and fungi in size-segregated atmospheric aerosols in boreal forest: seasonal patterns, abundances and size distributions, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 13089-13101.

25. Hellén,H., Kangas, L.,Kousa, A.,Vestenius, M., Teinilä, K., Karppinen, A., Kukkonen, J. & Niemi, J.V. 2017. Evaluation of the impact of wood combustion on benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) concentrations; ambient measurements and dispersion modeling in Helsinki, Finland. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 3475–3487

26. Hellen, H., Schallhart, S., Praplan, A. P., Petäjä, T. & Hakola, H. 2017. Using in situ GC-MS for analysis of C-2-C-7 volatile organic acids in ambient air of a boreal forest site. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 10, 1, s. 281-289.

27. Hong, J., Äijälä, M.,  Häme, S.A.K., Hao, L.,  Duplissy, J., Heikkinen, L. M., Nie, W., Mikkilä, J., Kulmala, M., Prisle, N. L., Virtanen, A., Ehn, M. & Paasonen, P. 2017. Estimates of the organic aerosol volatility in a boreal forest using two independent methods. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17: 4387–4399.

28. Hovi, A., Lukeš, P. & Rautiainen, M. 2017. Seasonality of albedo and FAPAR in a boreal forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 247(15) : 331-342.

29. Hölttä, T., Lintunen, A., Chan, T., Mäkelä, A. & Nikinmaa, E. 2017. A steady-state stomatal model of balanced leaf gas exchange, hydraulics and maximal source–sink flux. Tree Physiology 37 (7):851–868.

30. Jin, H., Jönsson, A. M., Bolmgren, K., Langvall, O., Eklundh, L. 2017. Disentangling remotely-sensed plant phenology and snow seasonality at northern Europe using MODIS and the plant phenology index. Remote Sensing of Environment 198: 203-212.

31. Jokinen, T.,Kontkanen, J.,  Lehtipalo, K.,  Manninen, H. E., Aalto, J.,  Porcar-Castell, A., Garmash, O., Nieminen, T. Ehn, M., Kangasluoma, J., Junninen, H.,  Levula, J.,  Duplissy, J.,  Ahonen, L. R.,  Rantala, P., Heikkinen, L., Yan, C., Sipilä, M., Worsnop, D, R., Bäck, J., Petäjä, T., Kerminen, V-M. and Kulmala, M.2017. Solar eclipse demonstrating the importance of photochemistry in new particle formation. Sci Rep.; 7: 45707.

32. Julin, J., Murphy, B. N., Patoulias, D., Fountoukis ,C., Olenius, T.,  Pandis, S. N. & Riipinen, I. 2017. Impacts of Future European Emission Reductions on Aerosol Particle Number Concentrations Accounting for Effects of Ammonia, Amines, and Organic Species. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2018, 52 (2):692–700.

33. Keronen, P. 2017. Flux and concentration measurements of carbon dioxide and ozone in a forested environment. Report Series in Aerosol Science 204, 90 s. Väitöskirja.

34. Kieloaho, A-J., Pihlatie, M., Launiainen, S., Kulmala, M., Riekkola, M-L., Parshintsev, J., Mammarella, I., Vesala, T. & Heinonsalo, J. 2017. Soil concentrations and soil-atmosphere exchange of alkylamines in a boreal Scots pine forest. Biogeosciences. 14, 5:1075-1091.

35. Kontkanen, J., Lehtipalo, K., Ahonen, L., Kangasluoma, J., Manninen, H.E. Hakala,J.,Rose,C., Sellegri, K., Xiao, S., Wang, L., Qi,X., Nie, W., Ding, W., Yu, H., Lee, S., Kerminen, V-M., Petäjä, T.&  Kulmala, M. 2017. Measurements of sub-3nm particles using a particle size magnifier in different environments: from clean mountain top to polluted megacities. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 2163–2187.

36. Kooijmans, L., Maseyk, K., Seibt, U., , Sun, W.,Vesala, T.,  Mammarella, I., Kolari, P, Aalto, J.,  Franchin, A.,  Vecchi, R., Valli, G., & Chen, H. 2017. Canopy uptake dominates nighttime carbonyl sulfide fluxes in a boreal forest. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 17: 11453-11465.

37. Korpela, I. 2017.  Acquisition and evaluation of radiometrically comparable multi-footprint airborne LiDAR data for forest remote sensing. Remote Sensing of Environment. 194: 414-423.

38. Korrensalo, A. 2017. Behind the stabilityof boreal bog carbon sink: Compositional and functional variation of vegetation across temporal and spatial scales. Dissertationes Forestales 240. 35s. Väitöskirja.

39. Korrensalo, A., Alekseychik, P., Hajek, T., Rinne, J., Vesala, T., Mehtätalo, L., Mammarella, I. & Tuittila, E-S. 2017. Species-specific temporal variation in photosynthesis as a moderator of peatland carbon sequestration. Biogeosciences. 14, 2, s. 257-269.

40. Kortelainen,A.,Hao,L.,Tiitta, P.,Jaatinen, A.,Miettinen, P.,Kulmala, M.Smith, J. N.,Laaksonen, A.,Worsnop, D. R. & Virtanen, A.2017.Sources of particulate organic nitrates in the boreal forest in Finland. BOREAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH 22: 13–26

41. Korsberg H., Lahtinen O. (2017) A Turn in Teaching and Learning: The Transnational Classroom in an International Setting. In: Bala S., Gluhovic M., Korsberg H., Röttger K. (eds) International Performance Research Pedagogies. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

42. Kulmala, L., del Rosario Dominquez Carrasco & Heinonsalo, J. 2017.The differences in carbon dynamics between boreal dwarf shrubs and Scots pine seedlings in a microcosm study. Journal of Plant Ecology.

43. Kulmala, M., Kerminen, V-M, Petäjä, T., Ding, A. J. & Wang, L. 2017. Atmospheric gas-to-particle conversion: why NPF events are observed in megacities? Faraday Discuss., 2017, 200, 271-288.

44. Jouko Laasasenaho, Raimo Timonen & Heikki Poso. (2017). Tuoreen puun lämpöarvosta. Metsätieteen aikakauskirja vuosikerta 2017 artikkeli id 6992. https://doi.org/10.14214/ma.6992.

45. Lehtonen, I. 2017. Projected climate change impact on fire risk and heavy snow loads in the finnish forests. FMI contributions 133. 117 p. Väitöskirja.

46. Leppä, J.,  Mui, W., Grantz, A.M. &  Flagan, R. C. 2017. Charge distribution uncertainty in differential mobility analysis of aerosols, Aerosol Science and Technology, 51:10, 1168-1189.

47. von Lerber, A.,  Moisseev, D. Marks, D., Petersen, W. Harri, A. & Chandrasekar,  J. 2017.  Microphysical Properties of Snow and Their Link to Ze–S Relations during BAECC 2014. Appl. Meteor.56 (6):1561-1582.

48. Lindfors, L. 2017. Low apoplastic water potential in trees - dehydration stress on living cells and embolism in xylem. Dissertationes Forestales 235. 38 s. Väitöskirja.

49. Lintunen, A., Lindfors, L., Nikinmaa, E. & Hölttä, T. 2017. Xylem diameter changes during osmotic stress, desiccation and freezing in Pinus sylvestris and Populus tremula.

50. Luoma, K. 2017. Aerosolihiukkasten optiset ominaisuudet ja in-situ optinen sulkeuma Hyytiälässä. Pro gradu. Fysiikanlaitos.

51. Majasalmi, T., Korhonen, L., Korpela, I. & Vauhkonen, J.  2017.  Application of 3D triangulations of airborne laser scanning data to estimate boreal forest leaf area index.  International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 59: 53-62.

52. Majasalmi, T., Stenberg, P. & Rautiainen, M. 2017. Comparison of ground and satellite-based methods for estimating stand-level fPAR in a boreal forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 232, 15: 422-432.

54. Marquet ; Hernandez-Clemente, R.& Mõttus, M. 2017. Spectral Similarity and PRI Variations for a Boreal Forest Stand Using Multi-angular Airborne Imagery. Remote Sensing.  9 (10) : 1005.

55. Mohr, C., Lopez-Hilfiker, F. D., Yli-Juuti, T., Heitto, A., Lutz, A., Hallquist, M., D'Ambro, E. L., Rissanen, M. P., Hao, L., Schobesberger, S., Kulmala, M., Mauldin III, R. L., Makkonen, U., Sipilä, M., Petäjä, T. & Thornton, J. A. 2017. Ambient observations of dimers from terpene oxidation in the gas phase: Implications for new particle formation and growth. Geophysical Research letters 44 (6): 2958–2966.

56. Mpamah, P. A., Taipale, S., , A. J., , C. & Nykänen, H. K. 2017. The impact of long-term water level draw-down on microbial biomass: A comparative study from two peatland sites with different nutrient status. European Journal of Soil Biology 80: 59-68.

57. Moisseev, D., von Lerber, A. & Tiira, J. 2017. Quantifying the effect of riming on snowfall using ground-based observations. Journal of Geophysical Research : Atmospheres. 122, 7: 4019-4037.

58. Mäki, M., Heinonsalo, J., Hellen, H. & Back, J. 2017.  Contribution of understorey vegetation and soil processes to boreal forest isoprenoid exchange.  Biogeosciences. 14, 5, s. 1055-1073.

59. Novelli,A., Hens, K.,Ernest, C.T., Martinez, M.,Nölscher, A.C., Sinha, V. Paasonen,P., Petäjä, T., Sipilä, M., Elste, T. Plass-Dülmer, C., Phillips, G. J.,Kubistin,D., Williams, J., Vereecken, L., Lelieveld, J.& Harder, H. 2017. Estimating the atmospheric concentration of Criegee intermediates and their possible interference in a FAGE-LIF instrument. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17(12): 7807-7826.

60. Nöjd, P., Korpela, M., Hari, P., Rannik, U., Sulkava, M., Hollmen, J. & Makinen, H. 2017. Effects of precipitation and temperature on the growth variation of Scots pine-A case study at two extreme sites in Finland. Dendrochronologia. 46, s. 35-45.

61. Ojanen, P., Mäkiranta, P., Penttilä, T. & Minkkinen, K. 2017. Do logging residue piles trigger extra decomposition of soil organic matter? Forest Ecology and Management 405: 367-380.

62. Paljakka, T., Jyske, T., Lintunen, A., Aaltonen, H., Nikinmaa, E. & Hölttä, T. 2017.  Gradients and dynamics of inner bark and needle osmotic potentials in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst). Plant, Cell and Environment. 40, 10, s. 2160-2173.

63. Palonen, V., Pumpanen, J., Kulmala, L., Levin, I.Heinonsalo, J. &Vesala, T. 2017. Seasonal and diurnal variations in atmospheric and soil air 14CO2 in boreal scots pine forest. Radiocarbon:1-15.

64. Pentikäinen, P. 2017.  A multi-instrument approach for studying complex patterns of turbulent mixing. Pro gradu –tutkielma. 53 s.

65. Perheentupa, V. 2017. Assessing chlorophyll fluorescence and light use efficiency in boreal forest canopies using imaging spectroscopy data. Pro gradu.

66. Pulliainen, J., Aurela, M., Laurila, T., Aalto, T., Takala, M., Salminen, M., Kulmala, M., Barr, A., Heimann, M., Lindroth, A., Laaksonen, A., Derksen, C., Mäkelä, A., Markkanen, T., Lemmetyinen, J., Susiluoto, J., Dengel, S., Mammarella, I., Tuovinen, J-P. & Vesala, T. 2017.  Early snowmelt significantly enhances boreal springtime carbon uptake.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114, 42: 11081-11086.

67. Pumpanen, J., Linden, A., Bruckman, V. J., Berninger, F., Ilvesniemi, H., Oinonen, M., Sonninen, E., Kukumagi, M. & Heinonsalo, J. 2017. The effect of roots and easily available carbon on the decomposition of soil organic matter fractions in boreal forest soil. European Journal of Soil Science. 68, 4, s. 537-546.

68. Raatevaara, A. 2017. Pystykarsitun männikön sisälaadun arviointi tukkiröntgen aineistolla. Pro gradu.77s. Metsätieteidenlaitos.

69. Raivonen, M., Smolander, S., Backman, L., Susiluoto, J., Aalto, T., Markkanen, T., Mäkelä, J., Rinne, J., Peltola, O., Aurela, M., Lohila, A., Tomasic, M., Li, X., Larmola, T., Juutinen, S., Tuittila, E-S., Heimann, M., Sevanto, S., Kleinen, T., Brovkin, V. & Vesala, T. 2017. HIMMELI v1.0: HelsinkI Model of MEthane buiLd-up and emIssion for peatlands. Geoscientific Model Development. 10, 12, s. 4665-4691.

70. Rastak, N., Pajunoja, A., Navarro, J. C. A., Ma, J., Song, M., Partridge, D. G., Kirkevag, A., Leong, Y., Hu, W. W., Taylor, N. F., Lambe, A., Cerully, K., Bougiatioti, A., Liu, P., Krejci, R., Petäjä, T., Percival, C., Davidovits, P., Worsnop, D. R., Ekman, A. M. L., Nenes, A., Martin, S., Jimenez, J. L., Collins, D. R., Topping, D. O., Bertram, A. K., Zuend, A., Virtanen, A. & Riipinen, I. 2017.  Microphysical explanation of the RH-dependent water affinity of biogenic organic aerosol and its importance for climate.  Geophysical Research Letters. 44, 10:5167-5177.

71. Ribeiro Moreira de Assumpção, C..  2017. Effect of biochar on microbial biomass and biological nitrogen fixation. Pro gradu.

72. Saarela, T. 2017.METHANE OXIDATION IN A STRATIFIED BOREAL LAKE KUIVAJÄRVI. MSc Thesis.Department of Environmental and Biological Sciences, University of Eastern Finland.

73. Schiestl-Aalto, P. 2017.  Modelling intra- and inter-annual growth dynamics of Scots pine in the whole-tree carbon framework. Dissertationes Forestales 234.44 s. Väitöskirja.

74. Schiestl-Aalto, P. & Mäkelä, A. 2017. Temperature dependence of needle and shoot elongation before bud break in Scots pine. Tree Physiology 37 (3): 316-325.

75. SCHALLHART, S. 2017. OBSERVATIONS OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND CONCENTRATIONS AND FLUXES FROM DIFFERENT ECOSYSTEMS. REPORT SERIES IN AEROSOL SCIENCE N:o 205. Väitöskirja.

76. Schmale, J., Henning,S.,  Henzing, B., Keskinen, H.  Sellegri, K.,  Ovadnevaite, J., Bougiatioti, A., , Kalivitis, N., Stavroulas, I., , Jefferson, A.,  Park, M., Schlag, P.,  Kristensson, A., , Iwamoto,Y.,  Pringle, K., Reddington, C.,  Aalto, P., Äijälä, M.,  BaltenspergerU., , Bialek, J,, Birmili, W.,  Bukowiecki, M.,  Ehn, M., ,  Fjæraa A. M., Fiebig, M.,  Frank, G., , Fröhlich, R., , Frumau, A., Furuya, M., Hammer, E.Heikkinen, L.,  Herrmann, E.,  Holzinger, R. Hyono, H., Kanakidou, M., Kiendler-Scharr, A. Kinouchi, K.,  K. Kulmala, M.,  Mihalopoulos, N., Motos, G. Nenes, A.,  O’Dowd, C., Paramonov, M.,  Petäjä, T.  Picard, D. Poulain, L.,Stephan, A., Prévôt1 H.,Slowik,J., Sonntag,A., Swietlick, E. 4, Svenningsson, B., Tsurumaru, H. Wiedensohler, A., Wittbom,V., Ogren, J.A.,  Matsuki,A.,Yum,S.S., Lund Myhre, Carslaw K.,, Stratmann & Martin Gysel.2017. Data Descriptor: Collocated observations of cloud condensation nuclei, particle size distributions, and chemical composition. Scientific Data, 2017 - nature.com

77. Skyllakou, K., Fountoukis, C., Charalampidis,P. &Pandis, S. N. 2017. Volatility-resolved source apportionment of primary and secondary organic aerosol over Europe. Atmospheric Environment 167: 1-10.

78. Sun, W., Kooijmans, L. M. J., Maseyk, K., Chen, H., Mammarella, I., Vesala, T., Levula, J., Keskinen, H. & Seibt, U. 2017. Soil fluxes of carbonyl sulfide (COS), carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide in a boreal forest in southern Finland. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. 2017, s. 1-24.

79. Taatjes, C. A. 2017.  Criegee Intermediates: What Direct Production and Detection Can Teach Us About Reactions of Carbonyl Oxides. Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem.  68:183–207.

80. Thum, T., Zaehle, S., Köhler, P., Aalto, T., Aurela, M., Guanter, L., Kolari, P., Laurila, T., Lohila, A., Magnani, F., Van Der Tol, C., and Markkanen, T. 2017. Modelling sun-induced fluorescence and photosynthesis with a land surface model at local and regional scales in northern Europe, Biogeosciences, 14, 1969-1987.

81. Tridon, F., Battaglia, A., Luke, E. and Kollias, P. 2017. Rain retrieval from dual-frequency radar Doppler spectra: validation and potential for a midlatitude precipitating case-study. Q.J.R. Meteorol. Soc., 143: 1364–1380.

82. Ulsig, L., Nichol, C. J., Huemmrich, K. F.,  Landis, D. R., Middleton, E. M., Lyapustin, A. I., Mammarella, I., Levula, J.& Porcar-Castell, A. 2017.  Detecting Inter-Annual Variations in the Phenology of Evergreen Conifers Using Long-Term MODIS Vegetation Index Time Series. Remote Sensing 9 (1): 49.

83. Varvia, P., Rautiainen, M. & Seppänen, A. 2017.Bayesian estimation of seasonal course of canopy leaf area index from hyperspectral satellite data. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 208:19-28.

84. Yang, B., Knyazikhin, Y., Mõttus, M., Rautiainen, M., Stenberg, P.,Yan, L., Chen, C., Yan, K., Choi, S., Park, T.& Myneni, R.B. 2017. Estimation of leaf area index and its sunlit portion from DSCOVR EPIC data: Theoretical basis. Remote Sensing of Environment 198: 69-84.

85. Zhou, P., Ganzeveld, L. Rannik, U.,  Zhou, L. Gierens, R., Taipale, D.,  Mammarella, I., & Boy, M. 2017. Simulating ozone dry deposition at a boreal forest with a multi-layer canopy deposition model. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17: 1361–1379.

86. Zhou, P., Ganzeveld, L., Taipale, D., Rannik, Ü., Rantala, P., Rissanen, M. P., Chen, D., and Boy, M. 2017. Boreal forest BVOC exchange: emissions versus in-canopy sinks. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 17, 14309-14332.

87. Zhou, Y.The link between secondary organic aerosol and monoterpenes at a boreal forest site. Master thesis. Lund University.

88. Äijälä, M., Heikkinen, L.,  Fröhlich, R., Canonaco, F.,  Prévôt, A.S.H., Junninen, H., Petäjä, T., Kulmala, M.,  Worsnop, D. & Ehn, M. 2017. Resolving anthropogenic aerosol pollution types – deconvolution and exploratory classification of pollution events. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics: 3165-3197.