Tree, stand and landscape responses of boreal forests to the changing climate
(Finnish proverb). Forests affect their environment in multiple ways, but their functions also depend on the changes in climate and environment. We study the processes and responses of boreal forest ecosystems on different levels, from the scale of tree parts and soil particles to the scale of landscape. We seek to understand how the environment affects the functioning of a single plant or whole forest, and how, inversely, the forests can influence their surroundings. These questions are important when trying to understand and predict the impacts of warming climate on the environment and evaluating the importance of forested areas in mitigating climate change.
New paper out: Linking stem growth respiration to the seasonal course of stem growth and GPP of Scots pine
Tommy Chan has published a paper on the relationship between stem growth and stem growth respiration. Using a mechanistic modelling and CO2...
Prof. Jaana Bäck elected to membership of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters
In their Annual General Meeting on 20.4., the Finnish Academy of Sciences and Letters elected new member to the Academy. Among the new 32...
Climate Festival in Think Corner
Welcome to the festival for climate research and public opening of INAR (Insititute for for Atmospheric and Earth System Research) on 25th of...
Plants and methane exchange seminar 3rd of May
Thursday morning 3rd of May will be full of methane exchange and the role of vegetation therein.
Anni Vanhatalo's defense on 4th of May
Anni Vanhatalo is defending her PhD thesis "Long-term dynamics of BVOC production, storage and emission in boreal Scots pine" on 4th of May at...
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