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  1. Drought stress induced increase of fungi:bacteria ratio in a poplar plantation
  2. Coherent responses of terrestrial C:N stoichiometry to drought across plants, soil, and microorganisms in forests and grasslands
  3. Sustainability of Canada’s forestry sector may be compromised by impending climate change
  4. Tree species composition and selection effects drive overstory and understory productivity in reforested oil sands mining sites
  5. Latitudinal Diversity Gradients and Rapoport Effects in Chinese Endemic Woody Seed Plants
  6. Functional and phylogenetic diversity promote litter decomposition across terrestrial ecosystems
  7. Multi-diversity strengthens multifunctionality in grasslands with intensive grazing pressure
  8. Carbon accumulation in agroforestry systems is affected by tree species diversity, age and regional climate: A global meta‐analysis
  9. Application of biogas slurry rather than biochar increases soil microbial functional gene signal intensity and diversity in a poplar plantation
  10. Global pattern and drivers of nitrogen saturation threshold of grassland productivity
  11. Late-spring frost risk between 1959 and 2017 decreased in North America but increased in Europe and Asia
  12. Traits mediate drought effects on wood carbon fluxes
  13. Afforestation promotes the enhancement of forest LAI and NPP in China
  14. The C:N:P Stoichiometry of Planted and Natural Larix principis-rupprechtii Stands along Altitudinal Gradients on the Loess Plateau, China
  15. Projected effects of climate change on boreal bird community accentuated by anthropogenic disturbances in western boreal forest, Canada
  16. Effects of plant diversity on soil carbon in diverse ecosystems: a global meta-analysis
  17. Whole soil acidification and base cation reduction across subtropical China
  18. Interactive effects of global change factors on terrestrial net primary productivity are treatment length‐ And intensity‐dependent
  19. Long term forest conversion affected soil nanoscale pores in subtropical China
  20. Global meta-analysis on the responses of soil extracellular enzyme activities to warming
  21. Linking leaf-level morphological and physiological plasticity to seedling survival and growth of introduced Canadian sugar maple to elevated precipitation under warming
  22. Variation and evolution of C:N ratio among different organs enable plants to adapt to N‐limited environments
  23. Spatial variation in climate modifies effects of functional diversity on biomass dynamics in natural forests across Canada
  24. The stoichiometry of soil microbial biomass determines metabolic quotient of nitrogen mineralization
  25. Plant-insect vector-virus interactions under environmental change
  26. The effect of species diversity on tree growth varies during forest succession in the boreal forest of central Canada
  27. Biochar-Induced Priming Effects in Young and Old Poplar Plantation Soils
  28. Water availability regulates negative effects of species mixture on soil microbial biomass in boreal forests
  29. Stand age and species composition effects on surface albedo in a mixedwood boreal forest
  30. Contrasting effects of thinning on soil CO2 emission and above- and belowground carbon regime under a subtropical Chinese fir plantation
  31. Soil Water Availability Drives Changes in Community Traits Along a Hydrothermal Gradient in Loess Plateau Grasslands
  32. Forest Understorey Vegetation: Colonization and the Availability and Heterogeneity of Resources
  33. Complementarity effects are strengthened by competition intensity and global environmental change in the central boreal forests of Canada
  34. Effects of plant diversity on soil carbon in diverse ecosystems: a global meta‐analysis
  35. Functional diversity enhances, but exploitative traits reduce tree mixture effects on microbial biomass
  36. Soil enzyme activities increase following restoration of degraded subtropical forests
  37. Predominance of abiotic drivers in the relationship between species diversity and litterfall production in a tropical karst seasonal rainforest
  38. Coniferization of the mixed‐wood boreal forests under warm climate
  39. Understory Vegetation Dynamics across a Poplar Plantation Chronosequence in Reclaimed Coastal Saline Soil
  40. Water scaling of ecosystem carbon cycle feedback to climate warming
  41. Climatic change only stimulated growth for trees under weak competition in central boreal forests
  42. Author Correction: Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses
  43. Impacts of changes in vegetation on saturated hydraulic conductivity of soil in subtropical forests
  44. Soil organic carbon and nutrients associated with aggregate fractions in a chronosequence of tea plantations
  45. Multiple interactions between tree composition and diversity and microbial diversity underly litter decomposition
  46. Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses
  47. Plant defense against virus diseases; growth hormones in highlights
  48. Plant defense against fungal pathogens by antagonistic fungi with Trichoderma in focus
  49. Species‐rich boreal forests grew more and suffered less mortality than species‐poor forests under the environmental change of the past half‐century
  50. Meta-analysis shows positive effects of plant diversity on microbial biomass and respiration
  51. Small RNAs from Seed to Mature Plant
  52. Multiple abiotic and biotic drivers of aboveground biomass shift with forest stratum
  53. Soil aggregate-associated bacterial metabolic activity and community structure in different aged tea plantations
  54. Unimodal diversity-productivity relationship emerged under stressful environment through sampling effect
  55. Linking understory species diversity, community‐level traits and productivity in a Chinese boreal forest
  56. Tree species diversity promotes litterfall productivity through crown complementarity in subtropical forests
  57. Responses of soil enzymatic activities to transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) crops - A global meta-analysis
  58. Spatial heterogeneity of heavy metal contamination in soils and plants in Hefei, China
  59. Plant diversity loss reduces soil respiration across terrestrial ecosystems
  60. Microbes drive global soil nitrogen mineralization and availability
  61. Stand age and species composition effects on surface albedo in a mixedwood boreal forest
  62. Species mixture increases production partitioning to belowground in a natural boreal forest
  63. Increased litterfall contributes to carbon and nitrogen accumulation following cessation of anthropogenic disturbances in degraded forests
  64. Understory Community Assembly Following Wildfire in Boreal Forests: Shift From Stochasticity to Competitive Exclusion and Environmental Filtering
  65. Partitioning beta diversity in a tropical karst seasonal rainforest in Southern China
  66. Responses of soil microbial biomass, diversity and metabolic activity to biochar applications in managed poplar plantations on reclaimed coastal saline soil
  67. Dynamics of understorey biomass, production and turnover associated with long-term overstorey succession in boreal forest of Canada
  68. Temporal declines in tree longevity associated with faster lifetime growth rates in boreal forests
  69. Changes in Soil Arthropod Abundance and Community Structure across a Poplar Plantation Chronosequence in Reclaimed Coastal Saline Soil
  70. The abundance and community structure of soil arthropods in reclaimed coastal saline soil of managed poplar plantations
  71. Heat stress tolerance determines the survival and growth of introduced Canadian sugar maple in subtropical China
  72. Global changes alter plant multi-element stoichiometric coupling
  73. Trade-offs and Synergies Between Economic Gains and Plant Diversity Across a Range of Management Alternatives in Boreal Forests
  74. Soil Aggregation and Organic Carbon Dynamics in Poplar Plantations
  75. Carbon Gain Limitation Is the Primary Mechanism for the Elevational Distribution Limit of Myriophyllum in the High-Altitude Plateau
  76. Leaf phosphorus content of Quercus wutaishanica increases with total soil potassium in the Loess Plateau
  77. Autotrophic and heterotrophic soil respiration responds asymmetrically to drought in a subtropical forest in the Southeast China
  78. Interspecific variation in growth responses to tree size, competition and climate of western Canadian boreal mixed forests
  79. Shifts in functional trait–species abundance relationships over secondary subalpine meadow succession in the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau
  80. Divergent temporal trends of net biomass change in western Canadian boreal forests
  81. Climate change impacts on boreal forest timber supply
  82. Responses of litter decomposition and nutrient release to N addition: A meta-analysis of terrestrial ecosystems
  83. Positive species mixture effects on fine root turnover and mortality in natural boreal forests
  84. Global effects of plant litter alterations on soil CO2 to the atmosphere
  85. Epixylic vegetation abundance, diversity, and composition vary with coarse woody debris decay class and substrate species in boreal forest
  86. Global negative effects of nitrogen deposition on soil microbes
  87. Using functional trait diversity patterns to disentangle the scale-dependent ecological processes in a subtropical forest
  88. Rapid increases in fine root biomass and production following cessation of anthropogenic disturbances in degraded forests
  89. Linking intraspecific trait variability and spatial patterns of subtropical trees
  90. Carbon Storage Declines in Old Boreal Forests Irrespective of Succession Pathway
  91. Conifer proportion explains fine root biomass more than tree species diversity and site factors in major European forest types
  92. Economic analysis of forest management alternatives: Compositional objectives, rotation ages, and harvest methods in boreal forests
  93. Effects of soil fauna on leaf litter decomposition under different land uses in eastern coast of China
  94. Reclamation strategies for mined forest soils and overstorey drive understorey vegetation
  95. Temporal changes in soil C-N-P stoichiometry over the past 60 years across subtropical China
  96. Climate change-associated trends in biomass dynamics are consistent across soil drainage classes in western boreal forests of Canada
  97. Linking resource availability and heterogeneity to understorey species diversity through succession in boreal forest of Canada
  98. Intercropping improves soil nutrient availability, soil enzyme activity and tea quantity and quality
  99. Soil Carbon and Nutrient Dynamics Following Cessation of Anthropogenic Disturbances in Degraded Subtropical Forests
  100. Bryophyte abundance, diversity and composition after retention harvest in boreal mixedwood forest
  101. Tree size thresholds produce biased estimates of forest biomass dynamics
  102. Biodiversity as a solution to mitigate climate change impacts on the functioning of forest ecosystems
  103. Ecosystem memory of wildfires affects resilience of boreal mixedwood biodiversity after retention harvest
  104. Intensive forest harvesting increases susceptibility of northern forest soils to carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus loss
  105. Changes in nutrient concentrations of leaves and roots in response to global change factors
  106. Effects of short-term N addition on plant biomass allocation and C and N pools of theSibiraea angustatascrub ecosystem
  107. Disturbance increases negative spatial autocorrelation in species diversity
  108. Effects of coarse woody debris on plant and lichen species composition in boreal forests
  109. Different Responses of the Radial Growth of Conifer Species to Increasing Temperature along Altitude Gradient:Pinus tabulaeformisin the Helan Mountains (Northwestern China)
  110. The Contribution of Litterfall to Net Primary Production During Secondary Succession in the Boreal Forest
  111. Soil labile organic carbon and carbon-cycle enzyme activities under different thinning intensities in Chinese fir plantations
  112. Positive biodiversity-productivity relationship predominant in global forests
  113. Effects of species diversity on fine root productivity increase with stand development and associated mechanisms in a boreal forest
  114. Economic and ecological trade-off analysis of forest ecosystems: options for boreal forests
  115. Variation in total and volatile carbon concentration among the major tree species of the boreal forest
  116. Erratum: Corrigendum: Effects of grazing on photosynthetic features and soil respiration of rangelands in the Tianshan Mountains of Northwest China
  117. Stand structural diversity rather than species diversity enhances aboveground carbon storage in secondary subtropical forests in Eastern China
  118. Effects of land use change on the composition of soil microbial communities in a managed subtropical forest
  119. CO2 Emission Increases with Damage Severity in Moso Bamboo Forests Following a Winter Storm in Southern China
  120. Climate change-associated trends in net biomass change are age dependent in western boreal forests of Canada
  121. Persistent and pervasive compositional shifts of western boreal forest plots in Canada
  122. Effects of grazing on photosynthetic features and soil respiration of rangelands in the Tianshan Mountains of Northwest China
  123. Plant invasion is associated with higher plant-soil nutrient concentrations in nutrient-poor environments
  124. Vegetation change impacts on soil organic carbon chemical composition in subtropical forests
  125. Effects of species diversity on fine root productivity in diverse ecosystems: a global meta-analysis
  126. Positive species diversity and above‐ground biomass relationships are ubiquitous across forest strata despite interference from overstorey trees
  127. Poplar plantations in coastal China: towards the identification of the best rotation age for optimal soil carbon sequestration
  128. Soil C:N:P dynamics during secondary succession following fire in the boreal forest of central Canada
  129. Determinants of the N content of Quercus wutaishanica leaves in the Loess Plateau: a structural equation modeling approach
  130. Spatial climate-dependent growth response of boreal mixedwood forest in western Canada
  131. Phenotypic plasticity controls regional-scale variation in Quercus variabilis leaf δ13C
  132. Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment
  133. Relative contribution of stand characteristics on carbon stocks in subtropical secondary forests in Eastern China
  134. Relative contribution of stand characteristics on carbon stocks in subtropical secondary forests in Eastern China
  135. Fertilizer regime impacts on abundance and diversity of soil fauna across a poplar plantation chronosequence in coastal Eastern China
  136. Trends in post-disturbance recovery rates of Canada’s forests following wildfire and harvest
  137. Tree species richness decreases while species evenness increases with disturbance frequency in a natural boreal forest landscape
  138. Diversity–disturbance relationship in forest landscapes
  139. Biogeographic patterns of nutrient resorption from Quercus variabilis Blume leaves across China
  140. Aboveground biomass of understorey vegetation has a negligible or negative association with overstorey tree species diversity in natural forests
  141. The influence of boreal tree species mixtures on ecosystem carbon storage and fluxes
  142. Legacy of Pre-Disturbance Spatial Pattern Determines Early Structural Diversity following Severe Disturbance in Montane Spruce Forests
  143. Patterns and Mechanisms of Nutrient Resorption in Plants
  144. Are functional traits a good predictor of global change impacts on tree species abundance dynamics in a subtropical forest?
  145. Climate change-associated tree mortality increases without decreasing water availability
  146. Soil microbial functional diversity and biomass as affected by different thinning intensities in a Chinese fir plantation
  147. Net aboveground biomass declines of four major forest types with forest ageing and climate change in western Canada's boreal forests
  148. Epiphytic macrolichen cover, richness and composition in young successional boreal forest: A comparison of fire and logging disturbance
  149. Species dynamics of epiphytic macrolichens in relation to time since fire and host tree species in boreal forest
  150. Individual size inequality links forest diversity and above-ground biomass
  151. The effects of forest fuel connectivity on spatiotemporal dynamics of Holocene fire regimes in the central boreal forest of North America
  152. Decoupling of nitrogen and phosphorus in terrestrial plants associated with global changes
  153. Negative effects of fertilization on plant nutrient resorption
  154. Compositional stability of boreal understorey vegetation after overstorey harvesting across a riparian ecotone
  155. Effects of natural resource development on the terrestrial biodiversity of Canadian boreal forests 1
  156. Dynamics of epiphytic macrolichen abundance, diversity and composition in boreal forest
  157. Effects of post-windthrow management interventions on understory plant communities in aspen-dominated boreal forests
  158. Multiple drivers of plant diversity in forest ecosystems
  159. Boreal mixedwood stand dynamics: ecological processes underlying multiple pathways
  160. Recovery of Ecosystem Carbon Stocks in Young Boreal Forests: A Comparison of Harvesting and Wildfire Disturbance
  161. Decline in Net Ecosystem Productivity Following Canopy Transition to Late-Succession Forests
  162. Influence of harvesting on understory vegetation along a boreal riparian-upland gradient
  163. Tree community structural development in young boreal forests: A comparison of fire and harvesting disturbance
  164. Salvage logging and forest renewal affect early aspen stand structure after catastrophic wind
  165. Microbial community structure of soils under four productivity classes of aspen forests in northern British Columbia
  166. Biomass and Its Allocation in Relation to Temperature, Precipitation, and Soil Nutrients in Inner Mongolia Grasslands, China
  167. Deadwood Density of Five Boreal Tree Species in Relation to Field-Assigned Decay Class
  168. Observations from old forests underestimate climate change effects on tree mortality
  169. Simplifying the decision matrix for estimating fine root production by the sequential soil coring approach
  170. Stability of Soil Carbon Stocks Varies with Forest Composition in the Canadian Boreal Biome
  171. Multi-millennial fire frequency and tree abundance differ between xeric and mesic boreal forests in central Canada
  172. Tree species diversity increases fine root productivity through increased soil volume filling
  173. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Controls of Fine Root Life Span
  174. Effects of Disturbance on Fine Root Dynamics in the Boreal Forests of Northern Ontario, Canada
  175. Indirect Methods Produce Higher Estimates of Fine Root Production and Turnover Rates than Direct Methods
  176. Interactions between overstorey and understorey vegetation along an overstorey compositional gradient
  177. The effect of boreal forest composition on soil respiration is mediated through variations in soil temperature and C quality
  178. Mechanisms Regulating Epiphytic Plant Diversity
  179. A global analysis of fine root production as affected by soil nitrogen and phosphorus
  180. Stand age, fire and clearcutting affect soil organic carbon and aggregation of mineral soils in boreal forests
  181. Fine root dynamics with stand development in the boreal forest
  182. Relationship between Aboveground Biomass and Percent Cover of Ground Vegetation in Canadian Boreal Plain Riparian Forests
  183. Forest productivity increases with evenness, species richness and trait variation: a global meta-analysis
  184. Importance of mixedwoods for biodiversity conservation: Evidence for understory plants, songbirds, soil fauna, and ectomycorrhizae in northern forests
  185. Coarse root biomass allometric equations for Abies balsamea, Picea mariana, Pinus banksiana, and Populus tremuloides in the boreal forest of Ontario, Canada
  186. Competition, species interaction and ageing control tree mortality in boreal forests
  187. Effect of forest canopy composition on soil nutrients and dynamics of the understorey: mixed canopies serve neither vascular nor bryophyte strata
  188. A test of ecological succession hypotheses using 55-year time-series data for 361 boreal forest stands
  189. Global-scale latitudinal patterns of plant fine-root nitrogen and phosphorus
  190. Carbon dynamics of North American boreal forest after stand replacing wildfire and clearcut logging
  191. Competition and facilitation between tree species change with stand development
  192. Multiple successional pathways of boreal forest stands in central Canada
  193. The Influence of Recent Climate Change on Tree Height Growth Differs with Species and Spatial Environment
  194. Black Spruce Soils Accumulate More Uncomplexed Organic Matter than Aspen Soils
  195. Spatiotemporal Variations of Fire Frequency in Central Boreal Forest
  196. Carbon dynamics of aboveground live vegetation of boreal mixedwoods after wildfire and clear-cutting
  197. Differences in fine root productivity between mixed‐ and single‐species stands
  198. Fine Root Biomass, Production, Turnover Rates, and Nutrient Contents in Boreal Forest Ecosystems in Relation to Species, Climate, Fertility, and Stand Age: Literature Review and Meta-Analyses
  199. Is understory plant species diversity driven by resource quantity or resource heterogeneity?
  200. Effects of stand age, wildfire and clearcut harvesting on forest floor in boreal mixedwood forests
  201. Erratum
  202. Mixed-species effect on tree aboveground carbon pools in the east-central boreal forests
  203. Diversity of northern plantations peaks at intermediate management intensity
  204. Water Supply Changes N and P Conservation in a Perennial GrassLeymus chinensis
  205. Global trends in senesced-leaf nitrogen and phosphorus
  206. The direct regeneration hypothesis in northern forests
  207. Response of Six Boreal Tree Species to Stand Replacing Fire and Clearcutting
  208. Changes in nitrogen resorption of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) with stand development
  209. Influence of Environmental Variability on Root Dynamics in Northern Forests
  210. Wildfire promotes broadleaves and species mixture in boreal forest
  211. Global-scale patterns of nutrient resorption associated with latitude, temperature and precipitation
  212. Effects of Forest Type and Disturbance on Diversity of Coarse Woody Debris in Boreal Forest
  213. Relative size and stand age determine Pinus banksiana mortality
  215. Effects of timing of glyphosate application on jack pine, black spruce, and white spruce plantations in northern Manitoba
  216. Nitrogen use efficiency: does a trade-off exist between the N productivity and the mean residence time within species?
  217. Effects of time since stand-replacing fire and overstory composition on live-tree structural diversity in the boreal forest of central Canada
  218. Carbon storage in a chronosequence of red spruce (Picea rubens) forests in central Nova Scotia, Canada
  219. Long-term effects of intensive silvicultural practices on productivity, composition, and structure of northern temperate and boreal plantations in Ontario, Canada
  220. Stand age structural dynamics of North American boreal forests and implications for forest management
  221. Understory Vegetation Dynamics of North American Boreal Forests
  222. Chemical site preparation influences productivity, composition, and structure of boreal mixedwoods in Ontario, Canada
  223. Stand Structural Dynamics of North American Boreal Forests
  224. Post-harvest Regeneration of Lowland Black Spruce Forests in Northeastern Ontario
  225. Canopy gap disturbance and succession in trembling aspen dominated boreal forests in northeastern Ontario
  226. Tree-size diversity between single- and mixed-species stands in three forest types in western Canada
  227. Variation of the understory composition and diversity along a gradient of productivity in Populus tremuloides stands of northern British Columbia, Canada
  228. Aboveground productivity of western hemlock and western redcedar mixed-species stands in southern coastal British Columbia
  229. Are mixed-species stands more productive than single-species stands: an empirical test of three forest types in British Columbia and Alberta
  230. Potential productivity of three interior subalpine forest tree species in British Columbia
  231. How long do trees take to reach breast height after fire in northeastern Ontario?
  232. Dynamics of North American boreal mixedwoods
  233. Root structure of western hemlock and western redcedar in single- and mixed-species stands
  234. Trembling aspen site index in relation to environmental measures of site quality at two spatial scales
  235. Characterization of nutrient regimes in some continental subalpine boreal forest soils
  236. Survival, growth, and allometry of planted Larix occidentalis seedlings in relation to light availability
  237. Height growth and site index models for trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in northern British Columbia
  238. Site index, site quality, and foliar nutrients of trembling aspen: relationships and predictions
  239. Interspecific responses of planted seedlings to light availability in interior British Columbia: survival, growth, allometric patterns, and specific leaf area
  240. Interspecific responses of planted seedlings to light availability in interior British Columbia: survival, growth, allometric patterns, and specific leaf area
  241. Light availability and photosynthesis of Pseudotsuga menziesii seedlings grown in the open and in the forest understory
  242. Effects of light on growth, crown architecture, and specific leaf area for naturally established Pinus contorta var. latifolia and Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca saplings
  243. Height growth–elevation relationships in subalpine forests of interior British Columbia