Martin Weih
Martin Weih
Professor i växtekologi / Professor of plant ecology
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Specific root length as an indicator of environmental change
I Ostonen, Ü Püttsepp, C Biel, O Alberton, MR Bakker, K Lõhmus, H Majdi, ...
Plant Biosystems 141 (3), 426-442, 2007
Leaf life span and nutrient resorption as determinants of plant nutrient conservation in temperate‐arctic regions
RL Eckstein, PS Karlsson, M Weih
New phytologist 143 (1), 177-189, 1999
Contributions of a global network of tree diversity experiments to sustainable forest plantations
K Verheyen, M Vanhellemont, H Auge, L Baeten, C Baraloto, N Barsoum, ...
Ambio 45, 29-41, 2016
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, IK Schmidt, KS Larsen, C Beier, B Berg, ...
Science of the total environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
Nitrogen storage and seasonal nitrogen cycling in Populus: bridging molecular physiology and ecophysiology
JEK Cooke, M Weih
New Phytologist 167 (1), 19-30, 2005
Intensive short rotation forestry in boreal climates: present and future perspectives
M Weih
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (7), 1369-1378, 2004
Short-rotation forestry with hybrid aspen (Populus tremula L.×P. tremuloides Michx.) in Northern Europe
A Tullus, L Rytter, T Tullus, M Weih, H Tullus
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 27 (1), 10-29, 2012
Plant stoichiometry at different scales: element concentration patterns reflect environment more than genotype
GI Ågren, M Weih
New Phytologist 194 (4), 944-952, 2012
Growth response of Mountain birch to air and soil temperature: is increasing leaf‐nitrogen content an acclimation to lower air temperature?
M Weih, PS Karlsson
New Phytologist 150 (1), 147-155, 2001
Bioenergy from “surplus” land: environmental and socio-economic implications
J Dauber, C Brown, AL Fernando, J Finnan, E Krasuska, J Ponitka, ...
BioRisk 7, 5-50, 2012
Biomass and nutrient distribution in a highland bamboo forest in southwest Ethiopia: implications for management
K Embaye, M Weih, S Ledin, L Christersson
Forest ecology and management 204 (2-3), 159-169, 2005
For the sake of resilience and multifunctionality, let's diversify planted forests!
C Messier, J Bauhus, R Sousa‐Silva, H Auge, L Baeten, N Barsoum, ...
Conservation Letters 15 (1), e12829, 2022
Characterising willows for biomass and phytoremediation: growth, nitrogen and water use of 14 willow clones under different irrigation and fertilisation regimes
M Weih, NE Nordh
Biomass and Bioenergy 23 (6), 397-413, 2002
Effects of short rotation coppice with willows and poplar on soil ecology
C Baum, P Leinweber, M Weih, N Lamersdorf, I Dimitriou
Agriculture and Forestry Research 3 (59), 183-196, 2009
Assessment of nutrient use in annual and perennial crops: A functional concept for analyzing nitrogen use efficiency
M Weih, L Asplund, G Bergkvist
Plant and Soil 339, 513-520, 2011
Salix: botany and global horticulture.
YA Kuzovkina, M Weih, M Abalos Romero, J Charles, S Hurst, I McIvor, ...
Above-ground woody biomass production of short-rotation Populus plantations on agricultural land in Sweden
A Karacic, T Verwijst, M Weih
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 18 (5), 427-437, 2003
Synthesis and future research directions linking tree diversity to growth, survival, and damage in a global network of tree diversity experiments
JJ Grossman, M Vanhellemont, N Barsoum, J Bauhus, H Bruelheide, ...
Environmental and Experimental Botany 152, 68-89, 2018
Stress tolerance of five willow clones after irrigation with different amounts of landfill leachate
I Dimitriou, P Aronsson, M Weih
Bioresource technology 97 (1), 150-157, 2006
Evidence for increased sensitivity to nutrient and water stress in a fast-growing hybrid willow compared with a natural willow clone
M Weih
Tree physiology 21 (15), 1141-1148, 2001
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