Items where IIASA Author is "Franklin, Oskar"

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Terrer Moreno, C., Vicca, S., Hungate, B.A., Phillips, R.P., Reich, P.B., Franklin, O., Stocker, B.D., Fisher, J.B. & Prentice, I.C. (2017). Response to Comment on “Mycorrhizal association as a primary control of the CO 2 fertilization effect”. Science 355 (6323): p. 358. DOI:10.1126/science.aai8242.

Franklin, O., Cambui, C.A., Gruffman, L., Palmroth, S., Oren, R. & Näsholm, T. (2017). The carbon bonus of organic nitrogen enhances nitrogen use efficiency of plants. Plant, Cell & Environment 40 (1): 25-35. DOI:10.1111/pce.12772.

Stocker, B. D., Prentice, I. C., Cornell, S. E., Davies-Barnard, T., Finzi, A. C., Franklin, O., Janssens, I., Larmola, T., Manzoni, S., Näsholm, T., Raven, J. A., Rebel, K. T., Reed, S., Vicca, S., Wiltshire, A. & Zaehle, S. (2016). Terrestrial nitrogen cycling in Earth system models revisited. New Phytologist 210 (4): 1165-1168. DOI:10.1111/nph.13997.

Evans, S., Dieckmann, U., Franklin, O. & Kaiser, C. (2016). Synergistic effects of diffusion and microbial physiology reproduce the Birch effect in a micro-scale model. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93: 28-37. DOI:10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.10.020.

Kaiser, C., Franklin, O., Richter, A. & Dieckmann, U. (2015). Social dynamics within decomposer communities lead to nitrogen retention and organic matter build-up in soils. Nature Communications 6: no.8960. DOI:10.1038/ncomms9960.

Shanafelt, D.W., Dieckmann, U., Jonas, M., Franklin, O., Loreau, M. & Perrings, C. (2015). Biodiversity, productivity, and the spatial insurance hypothesis revisited. Journal of Theoretical Biology 380: 426-435. DOI:10.1016/j.jtbi.2015.06.017.

Franklin, O., Palmroth, S. & Nasholm, T. (2014). How eco-evolutionary principles can guide tree breeding and tree biotechnology for enhanced productivity. Tree Physiology 34 (11): 1149-1166. DOI:10.1093/treephys/tpu111.

Nasholm, T., Palmroth, S., Ganeteg, U., Moshelion, M., Hurry, V. & Franklin, O. (2014). Genetics of superior growth traits in trees are being mapped but will the faster-growing risk-taker make it in the wild? Tree Physiology 34 (11): 1141-1148. DOI:10.1093/treephys/tpu112.

Lindh, M., Zhang, L., Falster, D., Franklin, O. & Brannstrom, A. (2014). Plant diversity and drought: The role of deep roots. Ecological Modelling 290: 85-93. DOI:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.05.008.

Jonas, M., Ometto, J.P., Batistella, M., Franklin, O., Hall, M., Lapola, D.M., Moran, E.F., Tramberend, S., Queiroz, B.L., Schaffartzik, A., Shvidenko, A., Nilsson, S. & Nobre, C.A. (2014). Sustaining ecosystem services: Overcoming the dilemma posed by local actions and planetary boundaries. Earth's Future 2 (8): 407-420. DOI:10.1002/2013EF000224.

Franklin, O., Nasholm, T., Hogberg, P. & Hogberg, M.N. (2014). Forests trapped in nitrogen limitation - An ecological market perspective on ectomycorrhizal symbiosis. New Phytologist 203 (2): 657-666. DOI:10.1111/nph.12840.

Kaiser, C., Franklin, O., Dieckmann, U. & Richter, A. (2014). Microbial community dynamics alleviate stoichiometric constraints during litter decay. Ecology Letters 17 (6): 680-690. DOI:10.1111/ele.12269.

Hall, M., Medlyn, B.E., Abramowitz, G., Franklin, O., Rantfors, M., Linder, S. & Wallin, G. (2013). Which are the most important parameters for modelling carbon assimilation in boreal Norway spruce under elevated CO2 and temperature conditions? Tree Physiology 33 (11): 1156-1176. DOI:10.1093/treephys/tpt014.

McCallum, I., Franklin, O., Moltchanova, E., Merbold, L., Schmullius, C., Shvidenko, A., Schepaschenko, D. & Fritz, S. (2013). Improved light and temperature responses for light-use-efficiency-based GPP models. Biogeosciences 10 (10): 6577-6590. DOI:10.5194/bg-10-6577-2013.

Nasholm, T., Hogberg, P., Franklin, O., Metcalfe, D., Keel, S.G., Campbell, C., Hurry, V., Linder, S. & Hogberg, M.N. (2013). Are ectomycorrhizal fungi alleviating or aggravating nitrogen limitation of tree growth in boreal forests? New Phytologist 198 (1): 214-221. DOI:10.1111/nph.12139.

Franklin, O., Johansson, J., Dewar, R.C., Dieckmann, U., McMurtrie, R.E., Brannstrom, A. & Dybzinski, R. (2012). Modeling carbon allocation in trees: A search for principles. Tree Physiology 32 (6): 648-666. DOI:10.1093/treephys/tpr138.

Bodin, P. & Franklin, O. (2012). Efficient modeling of sun/shade canopy radiation dynamics explicitly accounting for scattering. Geoscientific Model Development 5 (2): 535-541. DOI:10.5194/gmd-5-535-2012.

Franklin, O., Moltchanova, E., Kraxner, F., Seidl, R., Bottcher, H., Rokityiansky, D. & Obersteiner, M. (2012). Large-scale forest modeling: Deducing stand density from inventory data. International Journal of Forestry Research 934974 DOI:10.1155/2012/934974.

Hall, E.K., Maixner, F., Franklin, O., Daims, H., Richter, A. & Battin, T.J. (2011). Linking microbial and ecosystem ecology using ecological stoichiometry: A synthesis of conceptual and empirical approaches. Ecosystems 14 (2): 261-273. DOI:10.1007/s10021-010-9408-4.

Franklin, O., Hall, E.K., Kaiser, C., Battin, T.J. & Richter, A. (2011). Optimization of biomass composition explains microbial growth-stoichiometry relationships. The American Naturalist 177 (2): E29-E42. DOI:10.1086/657684.

Leduc, S., Lundgren, J., Franklin, O. & Dotzauer, E. (2010). Location of a biomass based methanol production plant: A dynamic problem in northern Sweden. Applied Energy 87 (1): 68-75. DOI:10.1016/j.apenergy.2009.02.009.

Franklin, O., Aoki, K. & Seidl, R. (2009). A generic model of thinning and stand density effects on forest growth, mortality and net increment. Annals of Forest Science 66 (8): 815.-1-11. DOI:10.1051/forest/2009073.

Dewar, R.C., Franklin, O., Maekelae, A., McMurtrie, R.E. & Valentine, H.T. (2009). Optimal function explains forest responses to global change. BioScience 59 (2): 127-139. DOI:10.1525/bio.2009.59.2.6.

Franklin, O., McMurtrie, R.E., Iversen, C.M., Crous, K.Y., Finzi, A.C., Tissue, D.T., Ellsworth, D., Oren, R. & Norby, R.J. (2009). Forest fine-root production and nitrogen use under elevated CO2: Contrasting responses in evergreen and deciduous trees explained by a common principle. Global Change Biology 15 (1): 132-144. DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2008.01710.x.

Franklin, O. (2007). Optimal nitrogen allocation controls tree responses to elevated CO2. New Phytologist 174 (4): 811-822. DOI:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2007.02063.x.

Koca, D., Smith, B., Bergh, J., Nilsson, U., Franklin, O., Obersteiner, M. & Sykes, M.T. (2006). Increased accuracy in climate impact studies by incorporating forest management practices within a process-based regional ecosystem modelling framework. Meddelanden från Lunds universitets geografi ska institution. Avhandlingar No.162 162: 77-89.

Conference or Workshop Item

Franklin, O., Han, W., Dieckmann, U., Cramer, W., Brännström, A., Pietsch, S., Rovenskaya, E. & Prentice, I.C. (2017). Using natural selection and optimization for smarter vegetation models - challenges and opportunities. In: European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2017, 23–28 April 2017, Vienna, Austria.

Franklin, O. (2016). Predicting plants – modeling traits as a function of environment. In: European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2016, 17–22 April 2016, Vienna, Austria.

Rovenskaya, E., Brannstrom, A., Franklin, O. & Dieckmann, U. (2012). Balancing Ecology and Economy in Forestry: A Theoretical Investigation. In: Worlds Within Reach: From Science To Policy - IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference, 24-26 October 2012, Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.

Franklin, O. & Kaiser, C. (2012). Extracellular enzyme production from a rational microbe’s perspective. In: Worlds Within Reach: From Science To Policy - IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference, 24-26 October 2012, Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.

Kaiser, C., Franklin, O., Richter, A. & Dieckmann, U. (2012). Feedback of belowground processes to global change mediated by microbial community dynamics. In: Worlds Within Reach: From Science To Policy - IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference, 24-26 October 2012, Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.

Rovenskaya, E., Brännström, A., Franklin, O. & Dieckmann, U. (2012). Improving ecological sustainability in forestry: a theoretical investigation. In: Worlds Within Reach: From Science To Policy - IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference, 24-26 October 2012, Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.

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