Ecology, Forestry, Forest inventory, Picea abies and Carbon sequestration are her primary areas of study. Her study on Taiga, Soil carbon and Boreal is often connected to Metagenomics and Sequence as part of broader study in Ecology. Raisa Mäkipää combines subjects such as Biomass, Kyoto Protocol and Tree species with her study of Forestry.
Her work on Aboveground biomass as part of general Biomass research is frequently linked to Cover, bridging the gap between disciplines. She performs multidisciplinary studies into Picea abies and Scots pine in her work. Her research integrates issues of Forest management, Forest ecology and Agronomy in her study of Carbon sequestration.
Her main research concerns Ecology, Forestry, Taiga, Soil carbon and Carbon sequestration. Her study focuses on the intersection of Forestry and fields such as Biomass with connections in the field of Botany. Her Taiga research incorporates themes from Forest floor, Forest ecology, Ecosystem and Picea abies.
Her Picea abies research incorporates elements of Nitrogen fixation and Ecological succession. Her Soil carbon research includes elements of Litter and Greenhouse gas. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate change, Kyoto Protocol, Environmental protection, Forest management and Fossil fuel.
Raisa Mäkipää mainly focuses on Taiga, Atmospheric sciences, Peat, Forest floor and Global warming. Her studies in Peat integrate themes in fields like Continuous cover forestry, Forestry, Basal area and Evapotranspiration. Her study in Evapotranspiration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomass, Agronomy and Boreal.
Boreal is the subject of her research, which falls under Ecology. Her research in Forest floor intersects with topics in Chemical process of decomposition, Coarse woody debris and Respiration rate. The concepts of her Global warming study are interwoven with issues in Abundance, Plant species and Species distribution.
Raisa Mäkipää spends much of her time researching Atmospheric sciences, Agroforestry, Forest floor, Global warming and Ecosystem. Her Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Chlorophyll, Canopy, Leaf area index, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Tree canopy. Her Agroforestry research incorporates elements of Carbon sequestration, Soil carbon, Fertilizer and Crop residue.
She has included themes like Tillage and Greenhouse gas in her Soil carbon study. Her Forest floor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Coarse woody debris, Chemical process of decomposition, Respiration rate and Taiga.
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Biomass and stem volume equations for tree species in Europe.
Dimitris Zianis;Petteri Muukkonen;Raisa Mäkipää;Maurizio Mencuccini.
Silva fennica monographs (2005)
Biomass expansion factors (BEFs) for Scots pine, Norway spruce and birch according to stand age for boreal forests
A Lehtonen;R Mäkipää;J Heikkinen;R Sievänen.
Forest Ecology and Management (2003)
Which rotation length is favourable to carbon sequestration
Jussi Liski;Ari Pussinen;Kim Pingoud;Raisa Mäkipää.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2001)
Indirect methods of large-scale forest biomass estimation
Z. Somogyi;E. Cienciala;R. Mäkipää;P. Muukkonen.
European Journal of Forest Research (2007)
Carbon accumulation in Finland's forests 1922–2004 – an estimate obtained by combination of forest inventory data with modelling of biomass, litter and soil
Jari Liski;Jari Liski;Aleksi Lehtonen;Taru Palosuo;Mikko Peltoniemi.
Annals of Forest Science (2006)
Changes in soil carbon with stand age – an evaluation of a modelling method with empirical data
Mikko Peltoniemi;Raisa Mäkipää;Jari Liski;Jari Liski;Pekka Tamminen.
Global Change Biology (2004)
Fungal community dynamics in relation to substrate quality of decaying Norway spruce ( Picea abies [L.] Karst.) logs in boreal forests.
Tiina Rajala;Mikko Peltoniemi;Taina Pennanen;Raisa Mäkipää.
FEMS Microbiology Ecology (2012)
RNA reveals a succession of active fungi during the decay of Norway spruce logs
Tiina Rajala;Mikko Peltoniemi;Jarkko Hantula;Raisa Mäkipää.
Fungal Ecology (2011)
Estimation of the biomass stock of trees in Sweden: comparison of biomass equations and age-dependent biomass expansion factors
Anneli Jalkanen;Raisa Mäkipää;Göran Ståhl;Aleksi Lehtonen.
Annals of Forest Science (2005)
Effects of climate change and nitrogen deposition on the carbon sequestration of a forest ecosystem in the boreal zone
Raisa Mäkipää;Timo Karjalainen;Ari Pussinen;Seppo Kellomäki.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1999)
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