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Relations hydriques et fonctionnement des écosystèmes

Pour plus d'informations, voir le site de l'équipe : Water relations and Ecosystem Functioning

L'équipe : Alexandre Bosc (IR), Marie Charru (MC), Jean-Christophe Domec (50%, PR), Nicolas Devert (AI), Jérôme Ogée (Animateur, CR), Lisa Wingate (DR)

Doctorants : Thomas Guzmann (2019-2022), Tom Taborski (2019-2022), Regina Hirl (Univ. Munich, 2016-2020), Tania Fort (2016-2019)

Post-doc :

Paula Martin-Gomez (Bordeaux Idex fellow 2018-2020)Koen Hufkens (Marie Curie fellow 2019-2021)Camille Delvigne (Universite Catholique de Louvain, FWO funded visiting fellow 2018-2020)Elizabeth Kearsley (Universite Ghent, visiting fellow 2019-2021)

Technicienne : Sabrina Dubois


Barbeta, A., Jones, S., Clavé, L., Wingate, L., Gimeno, T.E., Fréjaville, B., Wohl, S. & Ogée, J. (2019) Unexplained hydrogen isotopic offsets complicate the identification and quantification of tree water sources in a riparian forest. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

Domec JC, Berghoff H.; Way D. A.; Moshelion M. Palmroth S.; Kets K.; Huang C.-W.; Oren R. (2019) Mechanisms for minimizing height-related stomatal conductance declines in tall vines. Plant, Cell & Environment,

Gamir J.R., Xue J., Clearwater M.J., Meason D.F., Clinton P.W. & Domec JC (2019) Aquaporin regulation in roots controls plant hydraulic conductance, stomatal conductance and leaf water potential in Pinus radiata under water stress. Plant, Cell & Environment 42:717-729 DOI: 10.1111/pce.13460

Gimeno, T., Saavedra-Berlanga, N., Ogée, J., Medlyn, B.E. & Wingate, L. (2019) Testing for non-stomatal limitations to optimisation behaviour under drought on contrasting plant functional types. Journal of Experimental Botany Vol 7, Issue 5, 1639-1651

Hirl, R., Schnyder, H., Ostler, U., Schäufele, R., Schleip, I., Vetter, S., Auserwald, K., Baca Cabrera, J.C., Wingate, L., Barbour, M. & Ogée, J. (2019) The 18O-ecohydrology of a grassland ecosystem – predictions and observations. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

Jones, S., Diem, T., Arn Teh, Y., Salinas, N., Reay, D.S., Meir, P. (2019) Methane emissions from a grassland-wetland complex in the Southern Peruvian Andes. Soil Systems 3, (1) 2

Mateus NS., de Oliveira Ferreira E.V., Arthur Jr JC, Domec JC., Jordan-Meille L., Lavres J., de Moraes Gonçalves JL. (2019) The ideal percentage of K substitution by Na in Eucalyptus seedlings: evidences from leaf carbon isotopic composition, leaf gas exchanges and plant growth. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 137:102-112. doi: 10.1016/j.plaphy.2019.02.006

McCulloh K., Domec JC, Johnson D.M., Smith D.D., Meinzer F.C. (2019) A dynamic yet vulnerable pipeline: Integration and coordination of hydraulic traits across whole plants. Submitted to Plant, Cell & Environment, in press DOI: 10.1111/pce.13607.

Mrad A., Sevanto S., Domec JC., Liu Y., Nakad M., Katul GG. (2019) A dynamic optimality principle for water use strategies explains isohydric to anisohydric plant responses to drought. Submitted to Frontiers, in press DOI: 10.31219/

Nelson J.A., Carvalhais N., Cuntz M., Delpierre N., Knauer J., Ogée J., Migliavacca M., Reichstein M., Jung M. (2019). Coupling water and carbon fluxes to constrain estimates of transpiration: the TEA algorithm. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences

Preisler, Y., Tatarinov, F., Grunzweig, J., Bert, D., Ogée, J., Wingate, L.,  Rotenberg, E., Rohatyn, S., Her, N., Moshe, I., Klein, T. & Yakir, D. (2019) Mortality versus survival in drought affected Aleppo pine forest depends on the extent of rock cover and soil stoniness. Functional Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13302

Rosner S., Johnson D., Voggeneder K., Domec JC. (2019) The conifer curve: Fast prediction of hydraulic conductivity loss and vulnerability to cavitation. Annals of Forest Science

Seyednasrollah B., Domec JC, & Clark J.S. (2019) Spatiotemporal sensitivity of thermal stress for monitoring canopy hydrological stress in near real-time. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 269-270: 220-230.

Wang N.; Palmroth S.; Maier C.A.; Domec JC & Oren R. (2019) Anatomical changes with needle length affect leaf structural and physiological traits across five Pinus species. Plant, Cell & Environment 42:1690-1704. DOI: 10.1111/pce.13516

Fischer M., Fichot R., Albaugh J.M., Ceulemans R., Domec J.C., Trnka M., King J.S. (2015) Populus and Salix grown in a short-rotation coppice for bioenergy: ecophysiology, aboveground productivity, and stand-level water use efficiency. In Bhardwaj AK, Zenone T, Chen J (eds) Sustainable biofuels: An ecological assessment of the future energy, de Gruyter, Berlin, chap. 7, 155-194.

Gentsch L., Sturm P., Hammerle A., Siegwolf R., Wingate L., OgéeJ., Baur Th., Plüss P., Barthel M., Buchmann N. and Knohl A. (2014) Carbon isotope discrimination during branch photosynthesis of Fagus sylvatica: Field measurements using laser spectroscopy. Journal of Experimental Botany, 65(6): 1481-1496, doi: 10.1093/jxb/eru024.

Jacquet J.S.,Bosc A., O'Grady A., Jactel H. (2014) Combined effects of defoliation and water stress on pine growth and non-structural carbohydrates. Tree Physiology, 34(4): 367-376, doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpu018.

Johnson D.M., Brodersen C.R., Reed M., Domec J.C., Jackson R.B. (2014) Contrasting hydraulic architecture and function in deep and shallow roots of tree species from a semi-arid habitat. Annals of Botany, 113(4):617-27, doi: 10.1093/aob/mct294.

Manoli G., Bonetti S., Domec J.C., Putti M., Katul G., Marani M. (2014) Tree root systems competing for soil moisture in a 3D soil-plant model. Advances in Water Resources,  doi: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2014.01.006.

Mauriat M., Le Provost G., Rozenberg P., Delzon S., Bréda N., Clair B., Coutand C., Domec J.C., Fourcaud T., Grima-Pettenati J. et al. (2014) Wood Formation in Trees. In Ramawat K.G., Mérillon J.P., Ahuja M.R. (eds) Tree Biotechnology, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA. 550 p.

Mizunuma, T., Mencuccini, M., Wingate, L., Ogée, J., Nichol, C., Grace, J., 2014. Sensitivity of colour indices for discriminating leaf colours from digital photographs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5(10): 1078-1085, doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12260.

See also

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