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New paper accepted – Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX): Towards holistic understanding of the feedbacks and interactions in the land–atmosphere–ocean–society continuum in the Northern Eurasian region

Text by Lauri Laanisto An interactive open-access journal called Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics has published a huge (107 pages) manuscript by Hanna K. Lappalainen and others, including our own Steffen Noe, for a public review. The paper is titled: “Pan-Eurasian … Continue reading

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New paper “accepted” -Improved representation of plant functional types and physiology in the Joint UK Land Environment Simulator (JULES v4.2) using plant trait information

Text by Lauri Laanisto “Accepted” in the title is between quotation marks, because this “star-laden” paper, where Ülo is also one of the co-authors: Citation: Harper, Anna, Cox, Peter, Friedlingstein, Pierre, Wiltshire, Andy, Jones, Chris, Sitch, Stephen, Mercado, Lina M., … Continue reading

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New paper accepted – The relevance of species pool in the global relationship between productivity and plant species richness

Text by Lauri Laanisto “The relevance of species pool in the global relationship between productivity and plant species richness” was the initial title of a reanalysis paper, that was changed after accepted in Science to “Comment on “Worldwide evidence of … Continue reading

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New paper accepted – Emission Timetable and Quantitative Patterns of Wound-Induced Volatiles Across Different Leaf Damage Treatments in Aspen (Populus Tremula)

Our former PhD student Miguel, together with our former post-doc Taras and some current members of our work group have had a manuscript accepted in the Journal of Chemical Ecology. It´s a nice paper about the fine mechanics of how … Continue reading

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New paper accepted – The photosynthetic capacity in 35 ferns and fern allies: mesophyll CO2 diffusion as a key trait

The results from a rather global experiment have just been accepted in New Phytologist. It was a collaboration between Estonian, Japanese, Spanish and Chilean researchers, who measured the photosynthetic capacity of 35 fern species growing in different continents. It´s more … Continue reading

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New paper accepted – Mesophyll conductance to CO2 and Rubisco as targets for improving intrinsic water use efficiency in C3 plants

Together with his latin colleagues, Ülo Niinemets has published another paper regarding mesophyll conductance in C3 plants in Plant, Cell and Environment. Accepted, but not edited nor typesetted version of the article is available from here. Full citation: Flexas, J., … Continue reading

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New paper accepted – Extreme Change in Species Composition over 55 years: A Re-Sampling Study of Species-Rich Meadows in Estonia

Estonia is known for extremely species-rich meadows. We hold some of the world records of small scale plant diversity (see Wilson et al 2012). So, naturally, these habitats have been study objects for a long time. Despite the fact that … Continue reading

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