Radboud University Medical Center
Peat, Ecology, Sphagnum, Bog and Ecosystem are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Organic matter and Environmental change as well as Peat. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Agronomy.
His Sphagnum study incorporates themes from Biomass and Moss. His Bog study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Climate change, Grassland, Species diversity, Water content and Lawn. His Ecosystem research incorporates themes from Phototroph and Microcosm.
Bjorn J. M. Robroek mostly deals with Peat, Ecology, Ecosystem, Sphagnum and Bog. Bjorn J. M. Robroek has researched Peat in several fields, including Biomass, Climate change, Carbon cycle, Vascular plant and Wetland. His work on Plant community, Vegetation and Grassland as part of general Ecology study is frequently connected to Transplantation and Microbial population biology, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Biodiversity, Soil chemistry and Agronomy. His Agronomy research includes themes of Soil carbon, Soil water, Soil fertility and Carbon sink. His Sphagnum study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ombrotrophic, Moss, Botany and Microcosm.
Bjorn J. M. Robroek mainly investigates Peat, Ecosystem, Global warming, Ecosystem respiration and Ecology. Bjorn J. M. Robroek studies Sphagnum, a branch of Peat. The various areas that Bjorn J. M. Robroek examines in his Ecosystem study include Paleoclimatology, Wetland and Phylogenetic tree.
His Ecosystem respiration study combines topics in areas such as Dissolved organic carbon, Sink and Water level. His work in Ecology tackles topics such as Plant microbe which are related to areas like Ecosystem dynamics. Bjorn J. M. Robroek combines subjects such as Organic matter, Soil carbon, Agronomy, Mineralization and Soil organic matter with his study of Climate change.
His main research concerns Peat, Ecosystem respiration, Global warming, Plant community and Vascular plant. Specifically, his work in Peat is concerned with the study of Sphagnum. Ecosystem respiration is a subfield of Ecosystem that Bjorn J. M. Robroek studies.
He works mostly in the field of Ecosystem, limiting it down to topics relating to Sink and, in certain cases, Ecology. His work on Dissolved organic carbon, Community structure and Community as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Cycling and Taxonomic rank, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The Plant community study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry, Assimilation, Climate change and Atmospheric carbon cycle.
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TRY plant trait database : Enhanced coverage and open access
Jens Kattge;Gerhard Bönisch;Sandra Díaz;Sandra Lavorel.
Global Change Biology (2020)
Decreased summer water table depth affects peatland vegetation
Basic and Applied Ecology (2009)
The effect of temperature on growth and competition between Sphagnum species
Increased N affects P uptake of eight grassland species: the role of root surface phosphatase activity
Interactive effects of water table and precipitation on net CO2 assimilation of three co-occurring Sphagnum mosses differing in distribution above the water table
Bjorn J. M. Robroek;Matthijs G. C. Schouten;Juul Limpens;Frank Berendse.
Global Change Biology (2009)
Effects of water level and temperature on performance of four Sphagnum mosses
Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Juul Limpens;Angela Breeuwer;Matthijs G.C. Schouten;Matthijs G.C. Schouten.
Plant Ecology (2007)
An unexpected role for mixotrophs in the response of peatland carbon cycling to climate warming
Vincent E. J. Jassey;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Constant Signarbieux;Constant Signarbieux;Stephan Hättenschwiler;Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza.
Scientific Reports (2015)
Persistent high temperature and low precipitation reduce peat carbon accumulation.
Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza;Alexandre Buttler;Alexandre Buttler;Alexandre Buttler;Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Bjorn J.M. Robroek;Remy Albrecht;Remy Albrecht.
Global Change Biology (2016)
Peatland vascular plant functional types affect methane dynamics by altering microbial community structure
Bjorn J. M. Robroek;Bjorn J. M. Robroek;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Vincent E. J. Jassey;Martine A. R. Kox;Roeland L. Berendsen.
Journal of Ecology (2015)
Plant functional types define magnitude of drought response in peatland CO2 exchange
Jan J. Kuiper;Wolf M. Mooij;Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza;Luca Bragazza;Bjorn J. M. Robroek;Bjorn J. M. Robroek;Bjorn J. M. Robroek.
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