• Assessing the benefits of forested riparian zones: A qualitative index of riparian integrity is positively associated with ecological status in European streams 

      Burdon, Francis J.; Ramberg, Ellinor; Sargac, Jasmina; Forio, Marie Anne Eurie; de Saeyer, Nancy; Mutinova, Petra Thea; Moe, Therese Fosholt; Pavelescu, Mihaela Oprina; Dinu, Valentin; Cazacu, Constantin; Witing, Felix; Kupilas, Benjamin; Grandin, Ulf; Volk, Martin; Rîşnoveanu, Geta; Goethals, Peter; Friberg, Nikolai; Johnson, Richard K.; McKie, Brendan G. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Developing a general, predictive understanding of ecological systems requires knowing how much structural and functional relationships can cross scales and contexts. Here, we introduce the CROSSLINK project that investigates ...
    • Currently legislated decreases in nitrogen deposition will yield only limited plant species recovery in European forests 

      Dirnböck, Thomas; Pröll, Gisela; Austnes, Kari; Beloica, Jelena; Beudert, Burkhard; Canullo, Robert; De Marco, Alessandra; Fornasier, Maria Francesca; Futter, Martyn; Goergen, Klaus; Grandin, Ulf; Holmberg, Maria; Lindroos, Antti-Jussi; Mirtl, Michael; Neirynck, Johan; Pecka, Tomasz; Nieminen, Tiina Maileena; Nordbakken, Jørn-Frode; Posch, Maximilian; Reinds, Gert-Jan; Rowe, Edwin C; Salemaa, Maija; Scheuschner, Thomas; Starlinger, Franz; Uzieblo, Aldona Katarzyna; Valinia, Salar; Weldon, James; Wamelink, Wieger G W; Forsius, Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Atmospheric nitrogen (N) pollution is considered responsible for a substantial decline in plant species richness and for altered community structures in terrestrial habitats worldwide. Nitrogen affects habitats through ...