|Atmospheric nitrogen deposition promotes carbon loss from peat bogs|
L Bragazza, C Freeman, T Jones, H Rydin, J Limpens, N Fenner, T Ellis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (51), 19386-19389, 2006
|Nutritional constraints in ombrotrophic Sphagnum plants under increasing atmospheric nitrogen deposition in Europe|
L Bragazza, T Tahvanainen, L Kutnar, H Rydin, J Limpens, M Hájek, ...
New Phytologist 163 (3), 609-616, 2004
|Nitrogen concentration and δ15N signature of ombrotrophic Sphagnum mosses at different N deposition levels in Europe|
L Bragazza, J Limpens, R Gerdol, P Grosvernier, M Hájek, T Hájek, ...
Global Change Biology 11 (1), 106-114, 2005
|Mass loss and nutrient release during litter decay in peatland: the role of microbial adaptability to litter chemistry|
L Bragazza, C Siffi, P Iacumin, R Gerdol
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (1), 257-267, 2007
|Monitoring of heavy metal deposition in Northern Italy by moss analysis|
R Gerdol, L Bragazza, R Marchesini, R Alber, L Bonetti, G Lorenzoni, ...
Environmental Pollution 108 (2), 201-208, 2000
|Use of moss (Tortula muralis Hedw.) for monitoring organic and inorganic air pollution in urban and rural sites in Northern Italy|
R Gerdol, L Bragazza, R Marchesini, A Medici, P Pedrini, S Benedetti, ...
Atmospheric Environment 36 (25), 4069-4075, 2002
|Are nutrient availability and acidity‐alkalinity gradients related in Sphagnum‐dominated peatlands?|
L Bragazza, R Gerdol
Journal of Vegetation Science 13 (4), 473-482, 2002
|Climatic modifiers of the response to nitrogen deposition in peat‐forming Sphagnum mosses: a meta‐analysis|
J Limpens, G Granath, U Gunnarsson, R Aerts, S Bayley, L Bragazza, ...
New Phytologist 191 (2), 496-507, 2011
|Biogeochemical plant–soil microbe feedback in response to climate warming in peatlands|
L Bragazza, J Parisod, A Buttler, RD Bardgett
Nature Climate Change 3 (3), 273, 2013
|High nitrogen deposition alters the decomposition of bog plant litter and reduces carbon accumulation|
L Bragazza, A Buttler, J Habermacher, L Brancaleoni, R Gerdol, H Fritze, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (3), 1163-1172, 2012
|A climatic threshold triggers the die‐off of peat mosses during an extreme heat wave|
Global Change Biology 14 (11), 2688-2695, 2008
|Nitrogen deposition interacts with climate in affecting production and decomposition rates in Sphagnum mosses|
R Gerdol, A Petraglia, L Bragazza, P Iacumin, L Brancaleoni
Global Change Biology 13 (8), 1810-1821, 2007
|Element concentrations in the forest moss Hylocomium splendens: variation associated with altitude, net primary production and soil chemistry|
R Gerdol, L Bragazza, R Marchesini
Environmental Pollution 116 (1), 129-135, 2002
|Multiple gradients in mire vegetation: a comparison of a Swedish and an Italian bog|
L Bragazza, H Rydin, R Gerdol
Plant Ecology 177 (2), 223-236, 2005
|Response surfaces of plant species along water-table depth and pH gradients in a poor mire on the southern Alps (Italy)|
L Bragazza, R Gerdol
Annales Botanici Fennici, 11-20, 1996
|Testate amoebae (Protista) communities in Hylocomium splendens (Hedw.) BSG (Bryophyta): relationships with altitude, and moss elemental chemistry|
EAD Mitchell, L Bragazza, R Gerdol
Protist 155 (4), 423-436, 2004
|High nitrogen availability reduces polyphenol content in Sphagnum peat|
L Bragazza, C Freeman
Science of the Total Environment 377 (2-3), 439-443, 2007
|Heatwave 2003: high summer temperature, rather than experimental fertilization, affects vegetation and CO2 exchange in an alpine bog|
R Gerdol, L Bragazza, L Brancaleoni
New Phytologist 179 (1), 142-154, 2008
|Effects of altitude on element accumulation in alpine moss|
R Gerdol, L Bragazza
Chemosphere 64 (5), 810-816, 2006
|Sphagnum niche diversification in two oligotrophic mires in the southern Alps of Italy|
Bryologist, 507-515, 1997