Felicitas Suckow

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Projecting changes in forest productivity in Europe is crucial for adapting forest management to changing environmental conditions. The objective of this paper is to project forest productivity changes under different climate change scenarios at a large number of sites in Europe with a stand-scale process-based model. We applied the process-based forest(More)
To assess how the effects of drought could be better captured in process-based models, this study simulated and contrasted two water uptake approaches in Scots pine and Scots pine-Sessile oak stands. The first approach consisted of an empirical function for root water uptake (WU1). The second approach was based on differences of soil water potential along a(More)
We present simple models of forest net primary production (NPP) in Germany that show increasing productivity, especially in mountainous areas, under warming unless water becomes a limiting factor. They can be used for spatially explicit, rapid climate impact assessment. Climate impact studies largely rely on process-based forest models generally requiring(More)
  • Andrea Lüttger, Friedrich-Wilhelm Gerstengarbe, Martin Gutsch, Fred Hattermann, Petra Lasch, Aline Murawski +6 others
  • 2010
Dieser Bericht zum Modellvorhaben der Raumordnung-Raumentwicklungsstrategien zum Klimawandel für die Region Havelland-Fläming wurde durch die Regionale Planungsgemeinschaft Havelland-Fläming in Auftrag gegeben. Abstract The project region MORO ‚Havelland-Fläming' is part of the East-German Lowland in the transitional zone between a maritime and continental(More)
The overall objective of the project is the analysis of likely impacts of global change (CO 2 increase, N deposition, climate change and relevant socioeconomic trends) on forests in Europe. Changes in growth and productivity of forest species may influence the competitive relationships among the species, the species composition of unmanaged forests, and the(More)
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