Björn Berg
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Plant litter, decomposition, humus formation, carbon sequestration
B Berg, C McClaugherty
Springer, 2003
2034*2003
Plant litter, decomposition, humus formation, carbon sequestration
B Berg, C McClaugherty
Springer Verlag, 2014
2025*2014
Plant Litter, Decomposition, Humus formation, Carbon sequestration.
B Berg, C McClaugherty
Springer, 2003
2025*2003
Litter decomposition, climate and liter quality
MM Couˆteaux, P Bottner, B Berg
Trends in ecology & evolution 10 (2), 63-66, 1995
11741995
Introduction
B Berg, R Laskowski
Litter decomposition: A guide to carbon and nutrient turnover 38, 1-17, 2006
1151*2006
Litter decomposition and organic matter turnover in northern forest soils
B Berg
Forest ecology and Management 133 (1-2), 13-22, 2000
11242000
Effect of N deposition on decomposition of plant litter and soil organic matter in forest systems
B Berg, E Matzner
Environmental Reviews 5 (1), 1-25, 1997
7101997
Leaching, accumulation and release of nitrogen in decomposing forest litter
B Berg, H Staaf
Ecological Bulletins, 163-178, 1981
5461981
Nutrient release from litter and humus in coniferous forest soils—a mini review
B Berg
Scandinavian journal of forest research 1 (1-4), 359-369, 1986
5141986
Litter mass loss rates in pine forests of Europe and Eastern United States: some relationships with climate and litter quality
B Berg, MP Berg, P Bottner, E Box, A Breymeyer, RC De Anta, ...
Biogeochemistry 20 (3), 127-159, 1993
4961993
Decomposition rate and chemical changes of Scots pine needle litter. II. Influence of chemical composition
B Berg, H Staaf
Ecological Bulletins, 373-390, 1980
4881980
Litter decomposition: A guide to carbon and nutrient turnover
B Berg, R Laskowski
Academic Press, 2005
399*2005
Litter Decomposition: A Guide to Carbon and Nutrient Turnover
B Berg, R Laskowski
Advances in Ecological Research 38, 2006
398*2006
Litter mass-loss rates and decomposition patterns in some needle and leaf litter types. Long term decomposition in a Scots pine forest Vll
G Berg, B., Ekbohm
Can. J. Bot 69, 1449-1456, 0
363*
Accumulation and release of plant nutrients in decomposing Scots pine needle litter. II. Long-term decomposition in a Scots pine forest
H Staaf, B Berg
Canadian Journal of Botany 60, 1561-1568, 1982
3381982
Cellulose, lignin and nitrogen concentrations as rate regulating factors in late stages of forest litter decomposition
C McClaugherty, B Berg
Pedobiologia (Jena) 30 (2), 101-112, 1987
3031987
Effects of experimental acidification and liming on soil organisms and decomposition in a Scots pine forest
E Bååth, B Berg, U Lohm, B Lundgren, H Lundkvist, T Rosswall, ...
Pedobiologia 20 (2), 85-100, 1980
2981980
Changes in organic chemical components of needle litter during decomposition. Long-term decomposition in a Scots pine forest. I
B Berg, K Hannus, T Popoff, O Theander
Canadian Journal of Botany 60 (8), 1310-1319, 1982
2611982
Decomposition of root litter and some factors regulating the process: long-term root litter decomposition in a Scots pine forest
B Berg
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 16 (6), 609-617, 1984
2431984
Maximum decomposition limits of forest litter types: a synthesis
B Berg, G Ekbohm, MB Johansson, C McClaugherty, F Rutigliano, ...
Can J Bot 74, 659-672, 1996
2191996
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