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Constantin Zohner
Constantin Zohner
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The global tree restoration potential
JF Bastin, Y Finegold, C Garcia, D Mollicone, M Rezende, D Routh, ...
Science 365 (6448), 76-79, 2019
18482019
Climate change and phenological mismatch in trophic interactions among plants, insects, and vertebrates
SS Renner, CM Zohner
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 49, 165-182, 2018
5252018
Understanding climate change from a global analysis of city analogues
JF Bastin, E Clark, T Elliott, S Hart, J Van Den Hoogen, I Hordijk, H Ma, ...
PloS one 14 (7), e0217592, 2019
2142019
Increased growing-season productivity drives earlier autumn leaf senescence in temperate trees
D Zani, TW Crowther, L Mo, SS Renner, CM Zohner
Science 370 (6520), 1066-1071, 2020
2132020
Day length unlikely to constrain climate-driven shifts in leaf-out times of northern woody plants
CM Zohner, BM Benito, JC Svenning, SS Renner
Nature Climate Change 6 (12), 1120-1123, 2016
2102016
Late-spring frost risk between 1959 and 2017 decreased in North America but increased in Europe and Asia
CM Zohner, L Mo, SS Renner, JC Svenning, Y Vitasse, BM Benito, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (22), 12192-12200, 2020
1792020
Common garden comparison of the leaf‐out phenology of woody species from different native climates, combined with herbarium records, forecasts long‐term change
CM Zohner, SS Renner
Ecology letters 17 (8), 1016-1025, 2014
1402014
Direct and indirect impacts of urbanization on vegetation growth across the world’s cities
L Zhang, L Yang, CM Zohner, TW Crowther, M Li, F Shen, M Guo, J Qin, ...
Science advances 8 (27), eabo0095, 2022
1352022
The global distribution and environmental drivers of aboveground versus belowground plant biomass
H Ma, L Mo, TW Crowther, DS Maynard, J van den Hoogen, BD Stocker, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (8), 1110-1122, 2021
1272021
Daylength helps temperate deciduous trees to leaf‐out at the optimal time
YH Fu, X Zhang, S Piao, F Hao, X Geng, Y Vitasse, C Zohner, J Peñuelas, ...
Global change biology 25 (7), 2410-2418, 2019
1062019
Spring predictability explains different leaf‐out strategies in the woody floras of North America, Europe and East Asia
CM Zohner, BM Benito, JD Fridley, JC Svenning, SS Renner
Ecology Letters 20 (4), 452-460, 2017
782017
Perception of photoperiod in individual buds of mature trees regulates leaf‐out
CM Zohner, SS Renner
New Phytologist 208 (4), 1023-1030, 2015
712015
Global warming reduces leaf-out and flowering synchrony among individuals
CM Zohner, L Mo, SS Renner
Elife 7, e40214, 2018
632018
Impact of microclimatic conditions and resource availability on spring and autumn phenology of temperate tree seedlings
Y Vitasse, F Baumgarten, CM Zohner, R Kaewthongrach, YH Fu, ...
New Phytologist 232 (2), 537-550, 2021
612021
Distribution ranges and spring phenology explain late frost sensitivity in 170 woody plants from the Northern Hemisphere
L Muffler, C Beierkuhnlein, G Aas, A Jentsch, AH Schweiger, C Zohner, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (9), 1061-1071, 2016
602016
Integrated global assessment of the natural forest carbon potential
L Mo, CM Zohner, PB Reich, J Liang, S De Miguel, GJ Nabuurs, ...
Nature 624 (7990), 92-101, 2023
592023
The great acceleration of plant phenological shifts
Y Vitasse, F Baumgarten, CM Zohner, T Rutishauser, B Pietragalla, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (4), 300-302, 2022
572022
The occurrence of red and yellow autumn leaves explained by regional differences in insolation and temperature
SS Renner, CM Zohner
New Phytologist 224 (4), 1464-1471, 2019
542019
Increased autumn productivity permits temperate trees to compensate for spring frost damage
CM Zohner, A Rockinger, SS Renner
New Phytologist 221 (2), 789-795, 2019
532019
Chilled to be forced: the best dose to wake up buds from winter dormancy
F Baumgarten, CM Zohner, A Gessler, Y Vitasse
New Phytologist 230 (4), 1366-1377, 2021
512021
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