Johanna Boberg
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Spatial separation of litter decomposition and mycorrhizal nitrogen uptake in a boreal forest
BD Lindahl, K Ihrmark, J Boberg, SE Trumbore, P Högberg, J Stenlid, ...
New Phytologist 173 (3), 611-620, 2007
A novel comparative research platform designed to determine the functional significance of tree species diversity in European forests
L Baeten, K Verheyen, C Wirth, H Bruelheide, F Bussotti, L Finér, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 15 (5), 281-291, 2013
Replacing monocultures with mixed-species stands: Ecosystem service implications of two production forest alternatives in Sweden
A Felton, U Nilsson, J Sonesson, AM Felton, JM Roberge, T Ranius, ...
Ambio 45 (2), 124-139, 2016
Emerging diseases in European forest ecosystems and responses in society
J Stenlid, J Oliva, JB Boberg, AJM Hopkins
Forests 2 (2), 486-504, 2011
Tree diversity drives forest stand resistance to natural disturbances
H Jactel, J Bauhus, J Boberg, D Bonal, B Castagneyrol, B Gardiner, ...
Current Forestry Reports 3 (3), 223-243, 2017
Decomposing capacity of fungi commonly detected in Pinus sylvestris needle litter
JB Boberg, K Ihrmark, BD Lindahl
Fungal ecology 4 (1), 110-114, 2011
Nitrogen and carbon reallocation in fungal mycelia during decomposition of boreal forest litter
JB Boberg, RD Finlay, J Stenlid, A Ekblad, BD Lindahl
PloS one 9 (3), 2014
Distribution and function of litter basidiomycetes in coniferous forests
B Lindahl, J Boberg
Ecology of saprotrophic basidiomycetes, 183-196, 2008
Fungal C translocation restricts N‐mineralization in heterogeneous environments
JB Boberg, RD Finlay, J Stenlid, BD Lindahl
Functional Ecology 24 (2), 454-459, 2010
Glucose and ammonium additions affect needle decomposition and carbon allocation by the litter degrading fungus Mycena epipterygia
J Boberg, RD Finlay, J Stenlid, T Näsholm, BD Lindahl
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (4), 995-999, 2008
Dothistroma needle blight, weather and possible climatic triggers for the disease's recent emergence
AJ Woods, J Martín‐García, L Bulman, MW Vasconcelos, J Boberg, ...
Forest Pathology 46 (5), 443-452, 2016
Identifying and managing the ecological risks of using introduced tree species in Sweden’s production forestry
A Felton, J Boberg, C Björkman, O Widenfalk
Forest Ecology and Management 307, 165-177, 2013
Changes in fungal community of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) needles along a latitudinal gradient in Sweden
H Millberg, J Boberg, J Stenlid
Fungal Ecology 17, 126-139, 2015
Winter Conditions Correlate with Phytophthora alni Subspecies Distribution in Southern Sweden
MA Redondo, J Boberg, CHB Olsson, J Oliva
Phytopathology 105 (9), 1191-1197, 2015
Dieback of riparian alder caused by the Phytophthora alni complex: projected consequences for stream ecosystems
U Bjelke, J Boberg, J Oliva, K Tattersdill, BG McKie
Freshwater biology 61 (5), 565-579, 2016
Adaptation to climate change in Swedish forestry
ECH Keskitalo, J Bergh, A Felton, C Björkman, M Berlin, P Axelsson, ...
Forests 7 (2), 28, 2016
Fungal disease incidence along tree diversity gradients depends on latitude in European forests
D Nguyen, B Castagneyrol, H Bruelheide, F Bussotti, V Guyot, H Jactel, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (8), 2426-2438, 2016
First report of Sphaeropsis sapinea on Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and Austrian pine (P. nigra) in Sweden
J Oliva, J Boberg, J Stenlid
New Disease Reports 27, 23-23, 2013
Concepts of epidemiology of forest diseases
J Oliva, JB Boberg, AJ Hopkins, J Stenlid, P Gonthier, G Nicolotti
Infectious forest diseases. CABI, Oxfordshire, UK, 1-28, 2013
Litter decomposing fungi in boreal forests
J Boberg
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