Tim Tito Rademacher
Tim Tito Rademacher
Harvard University and Northern Arizona University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu
TitleCited byYear
Carbon residence time dominates uncertainty in terrestrial vegetation responses to future climate and atmospheric CO2
AD Friend, W Lucht, TT Rademacher, R Keribin, R Betts, P Cadule, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (9), 3280-3285, 2014
A multi-model analysis of risk of ecosystem shifts under climate change
L Warszawski, A Friend, S Ostberg, K Frieler, W Lucht, S Schaphoff, ...
Environmental Research Letters 8 (4), 044018, 2013
Quantifying uncertainties in soil carbon responses to changes in global mean temperature and precipitation
K Nishina, A Ito, DJ Beerling, P Cadule, P Ciais, DB Clark, P Falloon, ...
Earth System Dynamics 5 (1), 197-209, 2014
Evaluation of climate-related carbon turnover processes in global vegetation models for boreal and temperate forests
M Thurner, C Beer, P Ciais, AD Friend, A Ito, A Kleidon, MR Lomas, ...
Global Change Biology, 1-16, 2017
Modeling Tree Growth Taking into Account Carbon Source and Sink Limitations
A Hayat, AJ Hacket-Pain, H Pretzsch, TT Rademacher, AD Friend
Frontiers in plant science 8, 182, 2017
Ten‐year assessment of the 100 priority questions for global biodiversity conservation
T Jucker, B Wintle, G Shackelford, P Bocquillon, JL Geffert, T Kasoar, ...
Conservation Biology, 2018
Flux Puppy–An open-source software application and portable system design for low-cost manual measurements of CO2 and H2O fluxes
MS Carbone, B Seyednasrollah, TT Rademacher, D Basler, JM Le Moine, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 274, 1-6, 2019
On the need to consider wood formation processes in global vegetation models and a suggested approach
AD Friend, AH Eckes-Shephard, P Fonti, TT Rademacher, ...
Annals of Forest Science 76 (2), 49, 2019
Snowmelt and early to mid-growing season water availability augment tree growth during rapid warming in southern Asian boreal forests
X Zhang, RD Manzanedo, L D’Orangeville, T Rademacher, J Li, X Bai, ...
Global Change Biology, 2019
A sink-enabled model explains the inter-annual variability of woody growth in a temperate forest
Y Chen, AH Eckes, TT Rademacher, AD Richardson, P Fonti, J Le Moine, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
Improving understanding of wood formation: a comparison of two models.
AH Eckes-Shephard, CBK Rathgeber, P Fonti, TT Rademacher, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
Stem Compression: A Means to Reversibly Reduce Phloem Transport in Tree Stems
N Henriksson, TT Rademacher
Phloem, 301-310, 2019
Using direct phloem transport manipulation to advance understanding of carbon dynamics in forest trees
TT Rademacher, D Basler, AH Eckes-Shephard, P Fonti, AD Friend, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 11, 2019
What drives global biomass turnover? A view from global vegetation models
TAM Pugh, SL Shafer, TT Rademacher, J Steinkamp, J Barichivich, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 9561, 2018
Developing a mechanistic model of tree growth
AH Eckes, AD Friend, A Richardson, P Fonti, TT Rademacher, RH Turton
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 16232, 2018
An integrated observation, experimental and modelling study to investigate source vs. sink limitation of wood growth processes in temperate trees
RH Turton, AD Friend, AD Richardson, AH Eckes, P Fonti, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 13644, 2018
Relocating agriculture could drastically reduce humanity's ecological footprint
RM Beyer, A Manica, TT Rademacher
BioRxiv, 488841, 2018
Response to droughts and heat waves of the productivity of natural and agricultural ecosystems in Europe within ISI-MIP2 historical simulations
L François, AJ Henrot, M Dury, I Jacquemin, G Munhoven, A Friend, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 2016
Carbon stock and carbon turnover in boreal and temperate forests-Integration of remote sensing data and global vegetation models
M Thurner, C Beer, N Carvalhais, M Forkel, T Tito Rademacher, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 18, 2016
Climate-related large-scale variation in forest carbon turnover rate-Evaluating global vegetation models using remote sensing products of biomass and NPP
M Thurner, C Beer, N Carvalhais, P Ciais, M Forkel, AD Friend, A Ito, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2016
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