Annikki Mäkelä
Annikki Mäkelä
Metsänhoitotieteen professori, Helsingin yliopisto
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Process-based models for forest ecosystem management: current state of the art and challenges for practical implementation
A Mäkelä, J Landsberg, AR Ek, TE Burk, M Ter-Mikaelian, GI Ågren, ...
Tree physiology 20 (5-6), 289-298, 2000
CO₂ emissions from soil in response to climatic warming are overestimated: the decomposition of old soil organic matter is tolerant of temperature
J Liski, H Ilvesniemi, A Mäkelä, CJ Westman
Ambio, 171-174, 1999
Air temperature triggers the recovery of evergreen boreal forest photosynthesis in spring
S Tanja, F Berninger, T Vesala, T Markkanen, P Hari, A Mäkelä, ...
Global change biology 9 (10), 1410-1426, 2003
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
A carbon balance model of growth and self-pruning in trees based on structural relationships
A Mäkelä
Forest Science 43 (1), 7-24, 1997
Effects of age and site quality on the distribution of biomass in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)
P Vanninen, H Ylitalo, R Sievänen, A Mäkelä
Trees 10 (4), 231-238, 1996
Biodegradable internal fixation for malleolar fractures. A prospective randomised trial
O Bostman, S Vainionpaa, E Hirvensalo, A Makela, K Vihtonen, ...
The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume 69 (4), 615-619, 1987
Implications of the pipe model theory on dry matter partitioning and height growth in trees
A Mäkelä
Journal of theoretical Biology 123 (1), 103-120, 1986
Ankle fractures treated using biodegradable internal fixation.
O Böstman, E Hirvensalo, S Vainionpää, A Mäkelä, K Vihtonen, ...
Clinical orthopaedics and related research, 195-203, 1989
Fine root biomass of Scots pine stands differing in age and soil fertility in southern Finland
P Vanninen, A Mäkelä
Tree physiology 19 (12), 823-830, 1999
Effect of thinning on surface fluxes in a boreal forest
T Vesala, T Suni, Ü Rannik, P Keronen, T Markkanen, S Sevanto, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19 (2), 2005
Optimal control of gas exchange during drought: theoretical analysis
Annals of Botany 77 (5), 461-468, 1996
Acclimation of photosynthetic capacity in Scots pine to the annual cycle of temperature
A Mäkelä, P Hari, F Berninger, H Hänninen, E Nikinmaa
Tree physiology 24 (4), 369-376, 2004
Acidification in Europe: a simulation model for evaluating control strategies
J Alcamo, M Amann, JP Hettelingh, M Holmberg, L Hordijk, J Kämäri, ...
Ambio, 232-245, 1987
Assimilate transport in phloem sets conditions for leaf gas exchange
E Nikinmaa, T Hölttä, P Hari, P Kolari, A Mäkelä, S Sevanto, T Vesala
Plant, Cell & Environment 36 (3), 655-669, 2013
Stand growth model based on carbon uptake and allocation in individual trees
A Mäkelä, P Hari
Ecological Modelling 33 (2-4), 205-229, 1986
Optimal control of gas exchange
P Hari, A Mäkelä, E Korpilahti, M Holmberg
Tree physiology 2 (1-2-3), 169-175, 1986
Developing an empirical model of stand GPP with the LUE approach: analysis of eddy covariance data at five contrasting conifer sites in Europe
A Mäkelä, M Pulkkinen, P Kolari, F Lagergren, P Berbigier, A Lindroth, ...
Global change biology 14 (1), 92-108, 2008
The ratio of NPP to GPP: evidence of change over the course of stand development
A Mäkelä, HT Valentine
Tree Physiology 21 (14), 1015-1030, 2001
Model analysis of the effects of soil age, fires and harvesting on the carbon storage of boreal forest soils
J Liski, H Ilvesniemi, A Mäkelä, M Starr
European Journal of Soil Science 49 (3), 407-416, 1998
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