Lars Vesterdal focuses on Forest floor, Ecology, Soil carbon, Soil water and Biodiversity. His Forest floor study combines topics in areas such as Soil type, Botany, Soil pH, Forestry and Soil horizon. Particularly relevant to Forest management is his body of work in Ecology.
Sowing, Deciduous and Litter is closely connected to Beech in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Soil carbon. His study of Soil organic matter is a part of Soil water. The Biodiversity study combines topics in areas such as Species richness and Forest ecology, Ecosystem.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Forest floor, Soil water, Soil carbon and Forestry. His Forest floor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Picea abies, Nitrogen cycle, Topsoil and Nutrient, Plant litter. Lars Vesterdal combines subjects such as Environmental chemistry, Terrestrial ecosystem, Agronomy and Temperate climate with his study of Soil water.
His Agronomy research integrates issues from Beech and Botany. His work in Soil carbon addresses subjects such as Afforestation, which are connected to disciplines such as Chronosequence and Arable land. His work carried out in the field of Forestry brings together such families of science as Humus, Soil chemistry, Soil fertility and Deciduous.
Ecology, Forest floor, Soil water, Forest ecology and Biomass are his primary areas of study. His studies in Forest floor integrate themes in fields like Monoculture, Agronomy and Topsoil. His research integrates issues of Afforestation, Picea abies, Chronosequence and Soil horizon in his study of Agronomy.
Lars Vesterdal has included themes like Soil carbon and Subsoil in his Topsoil study. His Soil water research includes themes of Nutrient, Terrestrial ecosystem and Greenhouse gas. His Biomass research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Abundance, Botany, Litter and Cycling.
Lars Vesterdal spends much of his time researching Ecology, Forest ecology, Forest floor, Ecosystem and Species richness. His Ecology study is mostly concerned with Biodiversity, Tree species, Soil pH, Soil carbon and Litter. His Soil carbon research incorporates elements of Soil type and Physical geography.
His Forest floor study contributes to a more complete understanding of Soil water. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental chemistry, Dissolved organic carbon and Nitrate. His work deals with themes such as Productivity and Resistance, which intersect with Ecosystem.
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How strongly can forest management influence soil carbon sequestration
Robert Jandl;Marcus Lindner;Lars Vesterdal;Bram Bauwens.
Temporal dynamics of soil organic carbon after land-use change in the temperate zone ― carbon response functions as a model approach
Christopher Poeplau;Axel Don;Lars Vesterdal;Jens Leifeld.
Global Change Biology (2011)
Change in soil organic carbon following afforestation of former arable land
Lars Vesterdal;Eva Ritter;Per Gundersen.
Forest Ecology and Management (2002)
Carbon and nitrogen in forest floor and mineral soil under six common European tree species
Lars Vesterdal;Inger K. Schmidt;Ingeborg Callesen;Lars Ola Nilsson.
Forest Ecology and Management (2008)
Do tree species influence soil carbon stocks in temperate and boreal forests
Lars Vesterdal;Nicholas Clarke;Bjarni D. Sigurdsson;Per Gundersen.
Forest Ecology and Management (2013)
Soil carbon stores in Nordic well‐drained forest soils—relationships with climate and texture class
I. Callesen;J. Liski;J. Liski;K. Raulund-Rasmussen;M. T. Olsson.
Global Change Biology (2003)
Influences of evergreen gymnosperm and deciduous angiosperm tree species on the functioning of temperate and boreal forests
Laurent Augusto;An De Schrijver;Lars Vesterdal;Aino Smolander.
Biological Reviews (2015)
Soil respiration and rates of soil carbon turnover differ among six common European tree species
Lars Vesterdal;Bo Elberling;Jesper Riis Christiansen;Ingeborg Callesen.
Forest Ecology and Management (2012)
Environment and host as large-scale controls of ectomycorrhizal fungi
Sietse van der Linde;Sietse van der Linde;Laura M. Suz;C. David L. Orme;Filipa Cox.
Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning relations in European forests depend on environmental context
Sophia Ratcliffe;Christian Wirth;Christian Wirth;Tommaso Jucker;Tommaso Jucker;Fons van der Plas.
Ecology Letters (2017)
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