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.
MSc Janne F.J. Korhonen will defend his doctoral dissertation
MSc Janne Korhonen will defend his doctoral dissertation entitled 'Nitrogen cycling from the perspective of boreal Scots pine trees' on Tuesday...
PhD and Post doc positions open
One 4-year PhD position and one 18-month post doc position open in project studying drought effects on tree physiology, concentrating on phloem...
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