TREELIM – Publications

Basler D, Körner C (2014) Photoperiod and temperature responses of bud swelling and bud burst in four temperate forest tree species. Tree Physiol 34:377-388

Fajardo A, Piper FI, Hoch G 2013: Similar variation in carbon storage between deciduous and evergreen treeline species across elevational gradients. Annals of Botany 112:623-631

Fajardo A, Piper FI, Pfund L, Körner Ch, Hoch G 2012: Variation of mobile carbon reserves in trees at the alpine treeline ecotone is under environmental control. New Phytologist 195:794-802

Hoch G 2014: Carbon reserves as indicators for carbon limitation in trees. Progress in Botany 76. Lüttge U, Beyschlag W, Cushman J (eds.), Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, in press

Hoch G, Siegwolf RW, Keel S, Körner C, & Han Q 2013: Fruit production in three masting tree species does not rely on stored carbon reserves. Oecologia 171:653-662

Kollas C, Körner C and Randin CF 2014: Spring frost and growing season lenght co-control the cold temperatures at the tree species limits? J Biogeography 41:773-783 (IF=4.544)

Kollas C, Randin CF, Vitasse Y, and Körner C 2014: How accurately can minimum temperatures at the cold limits of tree species be extrapolated from weather station data? Agric For Met 184:257-266 (IF=3.991)

Kollas C, Vitasse Y, Randin CF, Hoch G, Körner Ch 2012: Unrestricted quality of seeds in European broad-leaved tree species growing at the cold boundary of their distribution. Annals of Botany 109:473-480

Körner C, Basler D, Hoch G, Kollas C, Lenz A, Randin CF, Vitasse Y, Zimmermann NE (2016) Where, why and how? Explaining the low-temperature range limits of temperate tree species. J Ecol 104:1076-1088

Lenz A, Hoch G, Körner Ch 2013: Early season temperature controls cambial activity and total tree ring width at the alpine treeline. Plant Ecology and Diversity 6: 364-375

Lenz A, Hoch G, Körner C, Vitasse Y (2016) Convergence of leaf-out towards minimum risk of freezing damage in temperate trees. Funct Ecol doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12623

Lenz A, Hoch G, Vitasse Y, Körner C 2013: European deciduous trees exhibit similar safety margins against damage by spring freeze events along elevational gradients. New Phytol 200:1166-1175

Lenz A, Vitasse Y, Hoch G, Körner C (2014) Growth and carbon relations of temperate deciduous tree species at their upper elevation range limit. J Ecol 102:1537-1548

Normand S, Randin CF, Ohlemüller R, Bay C, Høye TT, Kjær, ED, Körner C, Lischke H, Maiorano L, Paulsen J Pearman PB, Psomas, A, Treier UA, Zimmermann NE, Svenning JC 2013: A greener Greenland? Climatic potential and long-term constraints on the future expansion of trees and shrubs across a large Arctic region. Philos Trans R Soc B-Biol Sci 368: UNSP 20120479

Palacio S, Hoch G, Sala A, Körner C, Millard P 2014: Does carbon storage limit tree growth? New Phytologist 201:1096-1100

Paulsen J, Körner C 2014: A climate-based model to predict potential treeline position around the globe. Alpine Botany 124:1-12

Quisthoudt K, Adams J, Rajkaran A, Dahdouh-Guebas F, Koedam N, Randin C 2013: Disentangling the effects of global climate and regional land-use change on the current and future distribution of mangroves in South Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation 22:1369-1390

Quisthoudt K, Schmitz N, Randin CF, Dahdouh-Guebas F, Robert E, Koedam N 2012: Temperature variation among mangrove latitudinal range limits worldwide. Trees - structure and function 26:1919–1931

Randin CF, Paulsen J, Vitasse Y, Kollas K, Wohlgemuth T, Zimmermann NE Körner Ch 2013: Do elevational limits of deciduous tree species match with their thermal latitudinal limits? Global Ecology and Biogeography 22:913-923

Randin CF, Paulsen J, Vitasse, Kollas C, Wohlgemuth T, Zimmermann NE, Körner C 2013: Do the elevational limits of deciduous tree species match their thermal latitudinal limits? Glob Ecol Biogeogr 22:913-923

Schenker G, Lenz A, Körner C, Hoch, G 2014: Physiological minimum temperatures for root growth in seven common European broad-leaved tree species. Tree Physiology 34:302-313

Van der Linde S, Haller S 2013: Obtaining a spore free fungal community composition. Fungal Ecology 6:522-526 PDF

Vitasse Y 2013: Ontogenic changes rather than difference in temperature cause understory trees to leaf out earlier. New Phytologist 198:149-155

Vitasse Y, Basler D 2013: What role for photoperiod in the bud burst phenology of European beech. European Journal of Forest Research 132(1):1-8

Vitasse Y, Basler D, Körner C 2014: Is the use of cuttings a good proxy to explore phenological responses of temperate forests in warming and photoperiod experiments? Tree Physiology 34:174-183

Vitasse Y, Hoch G, Randin CF, Lenz A, Kollas C, Körner Ch 2012: Tree recruitment of European tree species at their current upper elevational limits in the Swiss Alps. Journal of Biogeography 39:1439-1449

Vitasse Y, Hoch G, Randin CF, Lenz A, Kollas C, Scheepens JF, Körner Ch 2013: Elevational adaptation and plasticity in seedling phenology of temperate deciduous tree species. Oecologia 171:663-678

Vitasse Y, Lenz A, Hoch G, Körner C (2014) Earlier leaf-out rather than difference in freezing resistance puts juvenile trees at greater risk of damage than adult trees. J Ecol 102:981-988

Vitasse Y, Lenz A, Kollas C, Randin CF, Hoch F, Körner C 2014: Genetic versus non-genetic responses of leaf morphology and growth to elevation in temperate tree species. Functional Ecology 28:243-252

Vitasse Y, Lenz A, Körner C (2014) The interaction between freezing tolerance and phenology in temperate deciduous trees. Frontiers in Plant Science 5:541