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Models for forest ecosystem management: a European perspective
H Pretzsch, R Grote, B Reineking, TH Rötzer, ST Seifert
Annals of botany 101 (8), 1065-1087, 2008
Functional traits of urban trees: air pollution mitigation potential
R Grote, R Samson, R Alonso, JH Amorim, P Cariñanos, G Churkina, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (10), 543-550, 2016
The timing of bud burst and its effect on tree growth
T Rötzer, R Grote, H Pretzsch
International Journal of Biometeorology 48 (3), 109-118, 2004
Modeling volatile isoprenoid emissions–a story with split ends
R Grote, Ü Niinemets
Plant Biology 9 (S 01), e42-e59, 2007
LandscapeDNDC: a process model for simulation of biosphere–atmosphere–hydrosphere exchange processes at site and regional scale
E Haas, S Klatt, A Fröhlich, P Kraft, C Werner, R Kiese, R Grote, L Breuer, ...
Landscape ecology 28 (4), 615-636, 2013
The long way down—are carbon and oxygen isotope signals in the tree ring uncoupled from canopy physiological processes?
C Offermann, JP Ferrio, J Holst, R Grote, R Siegwolf, Z Kayler, A Gessler
Tree Physiology 31 (10), 1088-1102, 2011
A model for individual tree development based on physiological processes
R Grote, H Pretzsch
Plant Biology 4 (2), 167-180, 2002
Die Fichten-Buchen-Mischbestände des Sonderforschungsbereiches „Wachstum oder Parasitenabwehr?“im Kranzberger Forst
H Pretzsch, M Kahn, R Grote
Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 117 (1), 241-257, 1998
Modeling the isoprene emission rate from leaves
RK Monson, R Grote, Ü Niinemets, JP Schnitzler
New Phytologist 195 (3), 541-559, 2012
Model evaluation of different mechanisms driving freeze-thaw N2O emissions.
AMG Bruijn, K Butterbach-Bahl, S Blagodatsky, R Grote, S Reis, M Sutton
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 133 (3/4), 196-207, 2009
Leaf-level models of constitutive and stress-driven volatile organic compound emissions
R Grote, RK Monson, Ü Niinemets
Biology, controls and models of tree volatile organic compound emissions …, 2013
Effect of VOC emissions from vegetation on air quality in Berlin during a heatwave
G Churkina, F Kuik, B Bonn, A Lauer, R Grote, K Tomiak, TM Butler
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (11), 6120-6130, 2017
Modelling and observation of biosphere–atmosphere interactions in natural savannah in Burkina Faso, West Africa
R Grote, E Lehmann, C Brümmer, N Brüggemann, J Szarzynski, ...
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 34 (4-5), 251-260, 2009
Integrating dynamic morphological properties into forest growth modelling:: II Allocation and mortality
R Grote
Forest ecology and management 111 (2-3), 193-210, 1998
A new forest gap model to study the effects of environmental change on forest structure and functioning
H Bugmann, R Grote, P Lasch, M Lindner, F Suckow
Impacts of global change on tree physiology and forest ecosystems, 255-261, 1997
Decadal variability of soil CO2, NO, N2O, and CH4 fluxes at the Höglwald Forest, Germany
GJ Luo, N Brüggemann, B Wolf, R Gasche, R Grote, K Butterbach-Bahl
Biogeosciences 9 (5), 1741-1763, 2012
Estimation of crown radii and crown projection area from stem size and tree position
R Grote
Annals of Forest Science 60 (5), 393-402, 2003
Natural selection? Picking the right trees for urban greening
G Churkina, R Grote, TM Butler, M Lawrence
Environmental Science & Policy 47, 12-17, 2015
Competitive strategies in adult beech and spruce: space-related foliar carbon investment versus carbon gain
IM Reiter, KH Häberle, AJ Nunn, C Heerdt, H Reitmayer, R Grote, ...
Oecologia 146 (3), 337-349, 2005
When a tree dies in the forest: scaling climate-driven tree mortality to ecosystem water and carbon fluxes
WRL Anderegg, J Martinez-Vilalta, M Cailleret, JJ Camarero, BE Ewers, ...
Ecosystems 19 (6), 1133-1147, 2016
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