Onset of photosynthesis in spring speeds up monoterpene synthesis and leads to emission bursts.
Aalto J., Porcar-Castell A., Atherton J., Kolari P., Pohja T., Hari P., Nikinmaa E., Petäjä T. and Bäck J. (2015) Plant, Cell & Environment Accepted.

Continuous VOC flux measurements on boreal forest floor.
Aaltonen H., Aalto J., Kolari P., Pihlatie M., Pumpanen J., Kulmala M., Nikinmaa E., Vesala T., Bäck J. (2013) Plant and Soil 369: 241–256,  DOI 10.1007/s11104-012-1553-4.

C mineralization and microbial activity in four biochar field experiments several years after incorporation.
Ameloot N., Sleutel S., Case S. D.C., Alberti G.,  McNamara N. P., Zavalloni C., Vervisch B., Delle Vedove G., De Neve S. (2014). Soil Biology & Biochemistry 78 pp. 195-203.

Land use changes affect the dynamics of cutin and suberin biomarkers in a grassland soil.
Armas-Herrera C.M., Dignac M.-F. , Rumpel C., Arbelo C.D., Chabbi A. (2016) European Journal of Soil Science Accepted.

Accuracy of the cosmic-ray soil water content probe in humid forested ecosystems: A worst case scenario.
Bogena H.R.,  Huisman J.A., Baatz R., Hendricks Franssen H.-J., Vereecken H. (2013) Water Resources Research Vol. 49, pp. 1-14, doi: 10.1002/ wrcr.20463.

Spatio-temporal drivers of soil and ecosystem carbon fluxes at field scale in a temperate mountainous grassland in Germany.
Borchard N., Schirrmann M., von Hebel C., Schmidt M., Baatz R., Firbank L., Vereecken H. & Herbst M. (2015) Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 211 84-93

Phase difference analysis of temperature and vegetation phenology for beech forest: a wavelet approach.
Carl G., Doktor D., Koslowsky D., Kühn I. (2013) Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 27: 1221–1230.

Effects of Soil Surface Irregularities on the Diurnal Variation of Soil Broadband Blue-Sky Albedo.
Cierniewski J., Karnieli A., Kazmie-rowski C., Krolewicz S., Piekarczyk J., Lewinska K., Goldberg A.,Wesolowski R., Orzechowski M. (2015) IEEE Selected Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing Vol. 8, issue 2: 493-502.

Effect of grasses and a legume grown in monoculture or mixture on soil organic matter and phosphorus forms.
Crème A., Rumpel C., Gastal F., Mora M.-L., Chabbi A. (2016) Plant and Soil In press.

Quantification of excess water loss in plant canopies warmed with infrared heating.
De Boeck H.J., Kimball B.A., Miglietta F., Nijs I. (2012) Global Change Biology 18: 2860–2868.

Leaf temperatures in glasshouses and open-top chambers.
De Boeck H. J., De Groote T., Nijs I., (2012b) New Phytologist 194(4): 1155-1164

Choices and pitfalls in global change experiments.
De Boeck H.J., Vicca S., Roy J., Nijs I., Milcu A., Kreyling J., Jentsch A., Campioli M., Chabbi A., Callaghan T., Beierkuhnlein C, Beier C. (2015) BioScience. 65(9), 922-931.

Multi-temporal Analysis of RapidEye data to detect natural vegetation phenology during two growing seasons in the northern Negev, Israel.
Elste S., Gläßer C., Walther I., Götze C. (2015) PFG 2, pp 117-127.

Multitemporal RapidEye-data analyses of semi arid natural vegation in the Negev, Israel along climate gradient to assess and monitor land use changes.
Elste S., Gläßer C. TERENO Interna-tional Conference 2014 From Observation to prediction terrestrial systems, Bonn. 28.9.-2.10.2014

Testing of models of stomatal ozone fluxes with field measurements in a mixed Mediterranean forest.
Fares S., Matteucci G., Scarascia Mugnozza G., Morani A., Calfapietra C., Salvatori E., Fusaro L., Manes F., Loreto F. (2013) Atmospheric Environment 67: 242-251 (dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.11.007).

Simultaneous measurements of above and below canopy ozone fluxes help partitioning ozone deposition between its various sinks in a Mediterranean Oak Forest.
Fares S., Savi F., Muller J., Matteucci G., Paoletti E. (2014). Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 198-199: 181-191 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.08.014)

Modelling impacts of forest bioenergy use on ecosystem sustainability: Lammi LTER region, southern Finland.
Forsius M., Akujärvi A., Mattsson T., Holmberg M., Punttila P., Posch M., Liski J., Repo A., Virkkala R., Vihervaara P. (2015) Ecological Indicators, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ j.ecolind.2015.11.032

Integration of phenological aspects in multi-temporal RapidEye-data analyses of semi-arid natural vegetation in the Negev, Israel.
Gläßer C., Elste S., Götze C. (2014) Frontiers in Earth Observation for Land System Science. First joint Workshop of the EARSeL Special Interest Group on Land Use & Land Cover and the NASA LCLUC, Berlin, 17. 18. 3. 2014.

Evaluation of accuracy in measurements of VOC emissions with dynamic chamber system.
Kolari P., Bäck J., Taipale R., Ruuskanen T.M., Kajos M.K., Rinne J., Kulmala M., Hari, P. (2012) Atmospheric Environment 62: 344-351.

Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from stems of Betula pendula, Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies.
Kulmala M., Lintunen A., Kontkanen J. (2014) From Molecular and Biological Processes to the Global Climate Annual Meeting 2014. Procee-dings of the Center of Excellence in Atmospheric Sciences (CoE ATM). Report series in aerosol science N:o 157.

Revealing sources of biological methane pro-duction in boreal upland forests (metafor): forest floor flux.
Kulmala M., Lintunen A., Kontkanen J. (2014) From Molecular and Biological Processes to the Global Climate Annual Meeting 2014. Procee-dings of the Center of Excellence in Atmospheric Sciences (CoE ATM). Report series in aerosol science N:o 157.

Measured and modelled albedos of Finnish boreal forest stands of different species, structure and understory.
Kuusinen N., Lukeš P., Stenberg P., Levula J., Nikinmaa E., Berninger F. (2014) Ecological Modelling 284: 10-18. http://dx .doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.04.007.

Variation in understory and canopy reflectance during stand development in Finnish coniferous forests.
Kuusinen N., Stenberg P., Tomppo E., Bernier P., Berninger F. (2015) Canadian Journal of Forest Research Accepted.

STXM and NanoSIMS investigations on EPS Fractions before and after adsorption to Goethite.
Liu X., Eusterhues K., Thieme J., Ciobota V., Hoeschen C., Mueller C. W., Kuesel K., Koegel-Knabner I., Roesch P., Popp J., Totsche K. U.  (2013) Environmental Science & Technology  47, (7), 3158-3166.

Spatial and temporal dynamics of hillslope-scale soil moisture patterns: Characteristic states and transition mechanisms.
Martini E., Wollschlager U., Kögler S., Behrens T., Dietrich P., Reinstorf F., Schmidt K., Weiler M., Werban U., Zacharias S. (2015) Vadose Zone Journal doi:10.2136/vzj 2014.10.0150.

A review of soil NO transformation: Associated processes and possible physiological significance on organisms.
Medinets S., Skiba U., Rennenberg H., Butterbach-Bahl K. (2015) Soil Biology & Biochemistry 80 pp 92-117 - doi:10.1016 / j.soilbio.2014.09.025.

Advances in the Analysis of Biogeochemical Interfaces: NanoSIMS to Investigate Soil Micro-environments.
Mueller C. W., Weber P. K., Kilburn M. R., Hoeschen C., Kleber M., Pett-Ridge J. (2013) Advances in Agronomy Vol 121, Sparks, D. L., Ed. 2013, Vol. 121, pp 1-46.

Can ammonia tolerance amongst lichen functional groups be explained by physiological responses?
Munzi S., Cruz C., Branquinho C., Pinho P., Leith I.D., Sheppard L.J. (2014) Environmental Pollution. 10.1016/j.envpol .2014. 01.009.

Drought and soil amendment effects on monoterpene emission in rosemary plants.
Nogués I., Muzzini V., Loreto F., Bustamante M.A. (2015) Science of the Total Environment 538 768–778.

Intercomparison of clumping index estimates from POLDER, MODIS, and MISR satellite data over reference sites.
Pisek J., Govind A., Arndt S.K., Hocking D., Wardlaw T.J., Fang H., Matteucci G., Longdoz B. (2015)  ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 101(2015): 47–56

Uncertainty analysis of eddy covariance CO2 flux measurements for different EC tower distances using an extended two-tower approach.
Post H., Hendricks Franssen H.J., Graf A., Schmidt M., Vereecken, H. (2015) Biogeosciences 12, 1205–1221.

The saproxylic hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) of Serbia.
Radenkovic S., Nedeljkovic Z., Ricarte A., Vujic A., Šimic S. (2013) Journal of Natural History DOI:10.1080/00222933.2012.742167.

Processes driving nocturnal transpiration and implications for estimating land evapo-transpiration.
Resco de Dios V., Roy J., Ferrio J.P., Alday J.G., Landais D., Milcu A., Gessler A. (2015) Scientific Reports dx.doi.org/10.1038 /srep 10975.

Nanoscale evidence of contrasted processes for root-derived organic matter stabilization by mineral interactions depending on soil depth.
Rumpel C., Baumann K., Remusat L., Dignac M.F., Barr P., Deldicque D., Glasser G., Lieberwirth I., Chabbi A. (2015) Soil Biology & Biochemistry 85 pp. 82-88.

Net carbon storage measured in a mowed and grazed temperate sown grassland shows potential for carbon sequestration under grazed system.
Senapati N., Chabbi A., Gastal F., Smith P., Mascher N., Loubet B., Cellier P., Naisse C., (2014) Carbon Management 5, 131-144.

Modelling heat, water and carbon fluxes in mown grassland under multi-objective and multi-criteria constraints.
Senapati N.,  Jansson P.E., Smith P., Chabbi A. (2016) Environmental Modelling & Software Accepted.

Submicron structures provide preferential spots for carbon and nitrogen sequestration in soils.
Vogel C., Mueller C. W., Hoeschen C., Buegger F., Heister K., Schulz S., Schloter M., Koegel-Knabner I. (2014) Nature Communications 5.