Ellen Cieraad
Ellen Cieraad
Institute of Environmental Sciences, Leiden University
E-mail confirmado em cml.leidenuniv.nl
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Elevation alters ecosystem properties across temperate treelines globally
JR Mayor, NJ Sanders, AT Classen, RD Bardgett, JC Clément, A Fajardo, ...
Nature 542 (7639), 91-95, 2017
High efficiency in water use and carbon gain in a wet year for a desert halophyte community
R Liu, LP Pan, GD Jenerette, QX Wang, E Cieraad, Y Li
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 162, 127-135, 2012
Soil heterotrophic respiration is insensitive to changes in soil water content but related to microbial access to organic matter
GYK Moinet, E Cieraad, JE Hunt, A Fraser, MH Turnbull, D Whitehead
Geoderma 274, 68-78, 2016
Secondary woody vegetation patterns in New Zealand’s South Island dryland zone
SSN WalkeR, N King, A Monks, S Williams, L Burrows, E Cieraad, ...
New Zealand Journal of Botany 47 (4), 367-393, 2009
Long-term dynamics and rehabilitation of woody ecosystems in dryland South Island, New Zealand
S Walker, E Cieraad, A Monks, L Burrows, J WOOD, R PRICE, ...
New models for ecosystem dynamics and restoration, 99, 2009
An updated assessment of indigenous cover remaining and legal protection in New Zealand’s land environments
E Cieraad, S Walker, R Price, J Barringer
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 39 (2), 309-315, 2015
Thermal environment of New Zealand's gradual and abrupt treeline ecotones
E Cieraad, MS McGlone
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 38 (1), 12, 2014
Guide for users of the threatened environment classification
S Walker, E Cieraad, P Grove, K Lloyd, S Myers, T Park, T Porteous
Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd, 2007
The New Zealand fossil record of ferns for the past 85 million years
E Cieraad, DE Lee
New Zealand Journal of Botany 44 (2), 143-170, 2006
Precipitation pattern determines the inter-annual variation of herbaceous layer and carbon fluxes in a phreatophyte-dominated desert ecosystem
R Liu, E Cieraad, Y Li, J Ma
Ecosystems 19 (4), 601-614, 2016
Addition of nitrogen fertiliser increases net ecosystem carbon dioxide uptake and the loss of soil organic carbon in grassland growing in mesocosms
GYK Moinet, E Cieraad, GND Rogers, JE Hunt, P Millard, MH Turnbull, ...
Geoderma 266, 75-83, 2016
Scotch broom facilitates indigenous tree and shrub germination and establishment in dryland New Zealand
L Burrows, E Cieraad, N Head
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 39 (1), 61-70, 2015
Effects of irrigation and addition of nitrogen fertiliser on net ecosystem carbon balance for a grassland
GYK Moinet, E Cieraad, MH Turnbull, D Whitehead
Science of The Total Environment 579, 1715-1725, 2017
The next generation of action ecology: novel approaches towards global ecological research
RL White, AE Sutton, R Salguero-Gómez, TC Bray, H Campbell, ...
Ecosphere 6 (8), 1-16, 2015
Southern Hemisphere temperate tree lines are not climatically depressed
E Cieraad, MS McGlone, B Huntley
Journal of biogeography 41 (8), 1456-1466, 2014
Sudden cold temperature delays plant carbon transport and shifts allocation from growth to respiratory demand
M Barthel, E Cieraad, A Zakharova, JE Hunt
Biogeosciences 11 (5), 1425, 2014
Factors controlling labile soil organic matter vulnerability to loss following disturbance as assessed by measurement of soil‐respired δ13CO2
A Zakharova, MH Beare, E Cieraad, D Curtin, MH Turnbull, P Millard
European Journal of Soil Science 66 (1), 135-144, 2015
Higher relative performance at low soil nitrogen and moisture predicts field distribution of nitrogen-fixing plants
A Monks, E Cieraad, L Burrows, S Walker
Plant and soil 359 (1-2), 363-374, 2012
A diverse fern flora including macrofossils with in situ spores from the late Eocene of southern New Zealand
AM Homes, E Cieraad, DE Lee, JK Lindqvist, JI Raine, EM Kennedy, ...
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 220, 16-28, 2015
Summer rain pulses may stimulate a CO2 release rather than absorption in desert halophyte communities
R Liu, E Cieraad, Y Li
Plant and soil 373 (1-2), 799-811, 2013
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