His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Ecosystem, Eddy covariance, Soil water and Primary production. While the research belongs to areas of Ecosystem, Elmar M. Veenendaal spends his time largely on the problem of Vegetation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Biomass. His Eddy covariance research focuses on Atmospheric sciences and how it connects with Soil respiration and Precipitation.
He combines subjects such as FluxNet and Biosphere with his study of Precipitation. Elmar M. Veenendaal has included themes like Invasive species, Total organic carbon, Carbon cycle and Introduced species in his Soil water study. His Primary production course of study focuses on Climate change and Water resource management, Peat and Carbon sequestration.
Elmar M. Veenendaal mainly investigates Ecology, Soil water, Vegetation, Agronomy and Ecosystem. Darkness is closely connected to Light pollution in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Ecology. His studies deal with areas such as Total organic carbon and Carbon cycle as well as Soil water.
His work on Tropical vegetation as part of his general Vegetation study is frequently connected to Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His work carried out in the field of Agronomy brings together such families of science as Specific leaf area, Vegetation type and Botany. His research integrates issues of Peat, Nutrient and Grassland in his study of Ecosystem.
Elmar M. Veenendaal mostly deals with Vegetation, Biomass, Forestry, Ecology and Alternative stable state. Elmar M. Veenendaal interconnects Soil water, Soil test, Tropics, Precipitation and Biome in the investigation of issues within Vegetation. His biological study deals with issues like Woodland, which deal with fields such as Ecotone.
His Forestry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Competition, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Tree cover. His studies link Term with Ecology. His Alternative stable state study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of study are Artificial light, Biomass, Light at night, Term and Macro. His Artificial light investigation overlaps with Field tests, Attraction, Phototaxis, Biological system and Attractiveness. His Biomass research incorporates elements of Protected area, Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests, Forestry, Logging and Woodland.
In his study, Elmar M. Veenendaal carries out multidisciplinary Light at night and Ecology research.
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Terrestrial Gross Carbon Dioxide Uptake: Global Distribution and Covariation with Climate
Christian Beer;Markus Reichstein;Enrico Tomelleri;Philippe Ciais.
Stability of elemental carbon in a savanna soil
M. I. Bird;C. Moyo;E. M. Veenendaal;J. Lloyd.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (1999)
Patterns and controls of the variability of radiation use efficiency and primary productivity across terrestrial ecosystems
Martín F. Garbulsky;Martín F. Garbulsky;Josep Peñuelas;Dario Papale;Jonas Ardö.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2010)
Co-limitation of photosynthetic capacity by nitrogen and phosphorus in West Africa woodlands.
Thomas Ferreira Domingues;Patrick Meir;Ted R. Feldpausch;Gustavo Saiz.
Plant Cell and Environment (2010)
Responses of West African Forest Tree Seedlings to Irradiance and Soil Fertility
E.M. Veenendaal;Swaine;R.T. Lecha;M.F. Walsh.
Functional Ecology (1996)
Effect of fire and soil texture on soil carbon in a sub-humid savanna (Matopos, Zimbabwe)
Michael Bird;E.M. Veenendaal;C Moyo;Jonathan Lloyd.
Differences in plant and soil water relations in and around a forest gap in West Africa during the dry season may influence seedling establishment and survival
E. M. Veenendaal;M. D. Swaine;V. K. Agyeman;D. Blay.
Journal of Ecology (1996)
The uncertain climate footprint of wetlands under human pressure
Ana Maria Roxana Petrescu;Annalea Lohila;Juha-Pekka Tuovinen;Dennis D. Baldocchi.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Seasonal variation in energy fluxes and carbon dioxide exchange for a broad‐leaved semi‐arid savanna (Mopane woodland) in Southern Africa
Elmar M. Veenendaal;Olaf Kolle;Jon Lloyd.
Global Change Biology (2004)
Reduced plant–soil feedback of plant species expanding their range as compared to natives
Roy H. A. Van Grunsven;Wim H. Van Der Putten;T. Martijn Bezemer;Wil L. M. Tamis.
Journal of Ecology (2007)
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