Publications and references


Papers

"Supersites for Superior Forest Science". Authors: R. Matyssek, E. Paoletti, A. Bytnerowicz, A.R. Kozovits, G. Wieser, Z. Feng. March 2015. Word File


Books

  • Matyssek R, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen TN, Tuovinen J-P, Wieser G, Paoletti E, eds. (2013) Climate change, air pollution and global challenges: understanding and perspectives from forest research. Developments in Environmental Science 13, Elsevier, pp. 622

  • Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds., 2012): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 470.

  • Matyssek R, Lüttge U, Rennenberg H, eds. (2013) The Alternatives Growth and Defence: Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales in Plants. Nova Acta Leopoldina, pp. 369

  • Matyssek R, Fromm J, Rennenberg H, Roloff A (2010) "Biologie der Bäume – von der Zelle zur globalen Ebene". Ulmer, Stuttgart, pp. 349.

Other Publications

  • International Conference on Ozone and Plant Ecosystems; Florence, Italy; 21-25 May 2018. Units involved: 7.01.00, 7.01.02, 7.01.05, 7.01.09. Scientific summary - Book of Abstracts  

  • Sohn J A, Gebhardt T, Ammer C, Bauhus J, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R, Grams T E E (2013) Mitigation of drought by thinning: Short-term and long-term effects on growth and hysiological performance of Norway spruce (Picea abies). Forest Ecology and Management 308: 188–197

  • Grünhage L, Matyssek R, Wieser G, Häberle K-H, Leuchner M, Menzel A, Dieler J, Pretzsch H, Grimmeisen W, Zimmermann L, Raspe S, Schröder M. (2013) Flux-based ozone risk assessment for adult beech and spruce forests. In: Matyssek R, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen T.N., Tuovinen J-P,  Wieser G, Paoletti E (eds). Climate Change, Air Pollution and Global Challenges: Understanding and Perspectives from Forest Research. Developments in Environmental Science 13, Elsevier, pp. 251-266

  • Cieslik S, Tuovinen J-P, Baumgarten M, Matyssek R, Brito P, Wieser G. (2013) Gaseous exchange between forests and the atmosphere. In: Matyssek R, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen T.N., Tuovinen J-P,  Wieser G, Paoletti E (eds). Climate Change, Air Pollution and Global Challenges: Understanding and Perspectives from Forest Research. Developments in Environmental Science 13, Elsevier, pp. 19-36

  • Matyssek R, Knoke T, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen T N, Tuovinen J-P, Wieser G, Paoletti E (2013). Conclusions and perspectives. In: Matyssek R, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen T.N., Tuovinen J-P,  Wieser G, Paoletti E (eds). Climate Change, Air Pollution and Global Challenges: Understanding and Perspectives from Forest Research. Developments in Environmental Science 13, Elsevier, pp. 591-607

  • Matyssek R, Wieser G, Fleischmann F, Grünhage L (2013) Ozone Research, quo vadis?
    Lessons from the free-air canopy fumigation experiment at Kranzberg Forest. In: Matyssek R, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Mikkelsen T.N., Tuovinen J-P,  Wieser G, Paoletti E (eds). Climate Change, Air Pollution and Global Challenges: Understanding and Perspectives from Forest Research. Developments in Environmental Science 13, Elsevier, pp. 103-129

  • Goisser M, Zang U, Matzner E, Borken W, Häberle K-H, Matyssek R (2013) Growth of juvenile beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) upon transplant into a wind-opened spruce stand of heterogeneous light and water conditions. Forest Ecology and Management 310: 110–119

  • Schulte M J, Matyssek R, Gayler S, Priesack E, Grams TEE (2013) Mode of competition for light and water amongst juvenile beech and spruce trees under ambient and elevated levels of O3 and CO2. Trees DOI 10.1007/s00468-013-0922-9

  • Matyssek R, Lüttge U (2013) Gaia: The Planet Holobiont. In Matyssek R, Lüttge U, Rennenberg H (eds) The Alternatives Growth and Defense: Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales in Plants. Nova Acta Leopoldina 114: 325-344.

  • Weigt RB, Häberle KH, Millard P, Metzger U, Ritter W, Blaschke H, Göttlein A, Matyssek R (2012) Ground-level ozone differentially affects nitrogen acquisition and allocation in mature European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Norway spruce (Picea abies) trees. Tree Physiol 32(10): 1259-1273

  • Haeberle KH, Weigt R, Nikolova P S, Reiter I M, Cermak J, Wieser G, Blaschke H, Roetzer T, Pretzsch H, Matyssek R (2012) Case Study "Kranzberger Forst": Growth and Defence in European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) and Norway Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.). in: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds): Growth and Defence in Plants. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 243-271.

  • Matyssek R, Gayler S, zu Castell W, Oßwald W, Ernst D, Pretzsch H, Schnyder H, Munch J C (2012) Predictability of Plant Resource Allocation: New Theory Needed? In: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds.): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 433-449

  • Gruenhage L, Matyssek R, Haeberle K.H, Wieser G, Metzger U, Leuchner M, Menzel A, Dieler J, Pretzsch H, Grimmeisen W, Zimmermann L, Raspe S. (2012) Flux-based ozone risk assessment for adult beech forests. Trees 26:1713-1721

  • Kitao M, Winkler J B, Loew M, Nunn A J, Kuptz D, Haeberle K-H, Reiter I M, Matyssek R. (2012) How closely does stem growth of adult beech (Fagus sylvatica) relate to net carbon gain under experimentally enhanced ozone stress? Environmental Pollution 166:108-115.

  • Wieser G, Matyssek R, Goetz B, Gruenhage L (2012) Branch cuvettes as means of ozone risk assessment in adult forest tree crowns: combining experimental and modelling capacities. Trees 26:1703-1712.

  • Loew M, Deckmyn G, Op de Beeck M, Blumenroether M,Osswald W, Alexou M, Jehnes S, Haberer K, Rennenberg H, Herbinger K, Haeberle K H, Bahnweg G, Hanke D, Wieser G, Ceulemans R, Matyssek R, Tausz M. (2012) Multivariate analysis of physiological parameters reveals a consistent O3 response pattern in leaves of adult European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.). New Phytologist 196:162-172.

  • Uddling J, Matyssek R, Pettersson JBC, Wieser G (2012) To what extent do molecular collisions arising from water vapour efflux impede stomatal O3 influx? Environmental Pollution 170: 39-42

  • Matyssek R, Koricheva J, Schnyder H, Ernst D, Munch J C, Osswald W, Pretzsch H (2012) The Balance Between Resource Sequestration and Retention: A Challenge in Plant Science. In: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds.): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 3-24

  • Matyssek R, Gayler S, zu Castell W, Oßwald W, Ernst D, Pretzsch H, Schnyder H, Munch J C (2012) Predictability of Plant Resource Allocation: New Theory Needed? In: Matyssek R, Schnyder H, Osswald W, Ernst D, Munch J C, Pretzsch H (eds.): Growth and Defence in Plants – Resource Allocation at Multiple Scales. Ecological Studies 220, Springer, pp. 433-449

  • Matyssek R, Wieser G, Calfapietra C, de Vries W, Dizengremel P, Ernst D, Jolivet Y, Mikkelsen T.N, Mohren G.M.J, le Thiec D, Tuovinen J-P, Weatherall A, Paoletti E (2012) Forests under climate change and air pollution: Gaps in understanding and future directions for research. Environmental Pollution 160:57-65.

  • Ritter W, Andersen C.P, Matyssek R, Grams T.E.E. (2011) Carbon flux to woody tissues in a beech/spruce forest during summer and in response to chronic elevated O3 exposure. Biogeosciences 8:4131-4161

  • Serengil Y, Augustaitis A, Bytnerowicz A, Grulke N, Kozovitz AR, Matyssek R, Müller-Starck G, Schaub M. Wieser G, Coskun AA, Paoletti E (2011) Adaptation of forest ecosystems to air pollution and climate change: a global assessment on research priorities. iForest 4:44-48.

  • Fischer R, Aas W, De Vries W, Clarke N, Cudlin P, Leaver D, Lundin L, Matteucci G, Matyssek R, Mikkelsen T, Mirtl M,
    Öztürk Y, Papale D, Potocic N, Simpson D, Tuovinen J-P, Vesala T, Wieser G, Paoletti E, (2011) Towards a transnational system of supersites for forest monitoring and research in Europe – an overview on present state and future recommendations. iForest (doi:10.3832/ifor0584-004)

  • Kuptz D, Fleischmann F, Matyssek R, Grams TEE (2011) Seasonal patterns of carbon allocation to respiratory pools in 60-yr-old deciduous (Fagus sylvatica) and evergreen (Picea abies) trees assessed via whole-tree stable carbon isotope labeling. New Phytologist 191:160-172

  • Kuptz D, Matyssek R, Grams TEE (2011) Seasonal dynamics in the stable carbon isotope composition (13C) from non-leafy branch, trunk and coarse root CO2 efflux of adult deciduous (Fagus sylvatica) and evergreen (Picea abies) trees. Plant, Cell and Environment 34:363-373

  • Grams TEE, Werner H, Kuptz D, Ritter W, Fleischmann F, Andersen C, Matyssek R (2011) A free-air system for long-term stable carbon isotope labelling of adult forest trees. Trees 25:187-198

  • Matyssek R, Wieser G, Ceulemans R, Rennenberg H, Pretzsch H,  Haberer K, Löw M, Nunn J.J., Werner H, Wipfler P, Oßwald W,. Nikolova P, Hanke D., Kraigher H, Tausz M, Bahnweg G, Kitao M, Dieler J, Sandermann H, Herbinger K, Grebenc T, Blumenröther M, Deckmyn G, Grams T.E.E., Heerdt C, Leuchner M, Fabian P, Häberle K.H. (2010): Enhanced ozone strongly reduces carbon sink strength of adult beech (Fagus sylvatica) - Resume from the free-air fumigation study at Kranzberg Forest. Environmental Pollution 158, 2527-2532

  • Andersen C.P., Ritter W, Gregg J, Matyssek R, Grams T (2010) Below-ground carbon allocation in mature beech and spruce trees following long-term, experimentally enhanced O3 exposure in Southern Germany. Environmental Pollution 158: 2604-2609.

  • Matyssek R, Karnosky DF, Wieser G, Percy K, Oksanen E, Grams TEE, Kubiske M, Hanke D, Pretzsch H. (2010) Advances in understanding ozone impact on forest trees: Messages from novel phytotron and free-air fumigation studies. Environmental Pollution 158:1990-2006

  • Pretzsch H, Dieler J, Matyssek R, Wipfler P. (2010) Tree and stand growth of mature Norway spruce and European beech under long-term ozone fumigation. Environmental Pollution 158:1061-1070.

  • Nunn A.J, Cieslik S,Metzger U,Wieser G, Matyssek R. (2010) Combining sap flow and eddy covariance approaches to derive stomatal and non-stomatal O3 fluxes in a forest stand. Environmental Pollution 158:2014-2022.

  • Calfapietra C, Ainsworth EA, Beier C, De Angelis P,Ellsworth DS, Godbold Dl, Hendrey GR, Hickler T,Hoosbeek MR, Karnosky DF, King J, Körner C, Leakey ADB, Lewin KF, Liberloo M, Long SP,Lukac M, Matyssek R, Miglietta F, Nagy J,Norby RJ, Oren R, Percy KE, Rogers A, Scarascia Mugnozza G, Stitt M, Taylor G, Ceulemans R (2009) Challenges in elevated CO2 experiments on forests. Trends in Plant Science 15:5-10.

  • Grams TEE, Matyssek R. (2010) Stable isotope signatures reflect competitiveness between trees under changed CO2/O3 regimes. Environmental Pollution 158 :1036-1042.

  • Matyssek R., Sandermann H., Wieser G., Booker F., Cieslik S., Musselman R., Ernst D. (2008) The challenge of making ozone risk assessment for forest trees more mechanistic. Environmental Pollution 156: 567-582.

  • Günthardt-Goerg, M.S. and Vollenweider, P. (2007): Linking stress with macroscopic and microscopic leaf response in trees: New diagnostic perspectives. Env. Poll. 147, 467-88. http://www.elsevier.com/locate/envpol

  • Hermle, S., Vollenweider, P., Günthardt-Goerg, M.S. McQuattie, C.J., and Matyssek, R. (2007): Leaf responsiveness of Populus tremula and Salix viminalis to soil contaminated with heavy metals and acidic rainwater. Tree Physiology 27, 1517-1531. http://heronpublishing.com

  • Vollenweider, P. and Günthardt-Goerg, M.S. (2006): Diagnosis of abiotic and biotic stress factors using the visible symptoms in the foliage. Env. Poll. 140, 562-571. http://www.elsevier.com/locate/envpol

  • Kamata, N., A.M. Liebhold, D.T. Quiring, and K.M. Clancy (eds). 2006. Proceedings IUFRO Kanazawa 2003 International Symposium Forest Insect Population Dynamics and Host Influences. Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan.

  • Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL (ed) 2005: Metal fluxes and stresses in terrestrial ecosystems. Abstracts. Birmensdorf, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL. 112 p. Link to online file.

  • Vollenweider P., Ottiger M. and Günthardt-Goerg M.S. (2003): Validation of leaf ozone symptoms in natural vegetation using microscopical methods. Env. Poll. 124/1: 101-118. (available online www.elsevier.com/locate/envpol)

  • Matyssek R., Günthardt-Goerg M.S., Maurer S. and Christ R. (2002): Tissue structure and respiration of stems in Betula pendula under contrasting ozone exposure and nutrition. Trees 16: 375-385.

  • Vollenweider P., Kelty M.J, Hofer R.-M., Woodcock H. (2003): Reduction of stem growth and site dependency of leaf injury in Massachusetts black cherries exhibiting ozone symptoms. Env. Poll.125:467-480 (available online www.elsevier.com/locate/envpol)

  • Andersen, C.P. and N.E. Grulke 2001. Complexities in understanding ecosystem response to ozone stress. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 7:1169-1182.

  • Laurence, J.A. and C.P. Andersen, 2003. Ozone and Natural Systems: Understanding exposure, response, and risk. Environ. International, 29:155-160.

  • Andersen, C.P. 2003. Source-sink balance and carbon allocation below ground in plants exposed to ozone. Tansley Review, New Phytologist, 157:213-228.

Links to other information resources

COST Action FP0903 "Climate Change and Forest Mitigation and Adaptation in a Polluted Environment" (MAFor):
http://cost-fp0903.ipp.cnr.it 

Macroscopic ozone symptoms:
http://www.gva.es/ceam/ICP-forests/index.htm

WSL Projects:
http://www.wsl.ch/personal_homepages/goerg/projekte_EN