Johan Stendahl
Johan Stendahl
Docent i markvetenskap, SLU
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Higher levels of multiple ecosystem services are found in forests with more tree species
L Gamfeldt, T Snäll, R Bagchi, M Jonsson, L Gustafsson, P Kjellander, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 1340, 2013
Topographical influences on soil properties in boreal forests
J Seibert, J Stendahl, R Sørensen
Geoderma 141 (1-2), 139-148, 2007
Integrated carbon analysis of forest management practices and wood substitution
E Eriksson, AR Gillespie, L Gustavsson, O Langvall, M Olsson, R Sathre, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (3), 671-681, 2007
Knowledge gaps in soil carbon and nitrogen interactions–From molecular to global scale
AI Gärdenäs, GI Ågren, JA Bird, M Clarholm, S Hallin, P Ineson, T Kätterer, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (4), 702-717, 2011
The effects of logging residue extraction for energy on ecosystem services and biodiversity: A synthesis
T Ranius, A Hämäläinen, G Egnell, B Olsson, K Eklöf, J Stendahl, ...
Journal of environmental management 209, 409-425, 2018
Organic carbon stocks in Swedish Podzol soils in relation to soil hydrology and other site characteristics
MT Olsson, M Erlandsson, L Lundin, T Nilsson, Å Nilsson, J Stendahl
Silva Fennica 43 (2), 209-222, 2009
A group of ectomycorrhizal fungi restricts organic matter accumulation in boreal forest
BD Lindahl, J Kyaschenko, K Varenius, KE Clemmensen, A Dahlberg, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (7), 1341-1351, 2021
The stone and boulder content of Swedish forest soils
J Stendahl, L Lundin, T Nilsson
Catena 77 (3), 285-291, 2009
Nitrous oxide emissions from drained organic forest soils––an up-scaling based on C: N ratios
M Ernfors, K von Arnold, J Stendahl, M Olsson, L Klemedtsson
Biogeochemistry 84, 219-231, 2007
Soil organic carbon stock changes in Swedish forest soils—a comparison of uncertainties and their sources through a national inventory and two simulation models
CA Ortiz, J Liski, AI Gärdenäs, A Lehtonen, M Lundblad, J Stendahl, ...
Ecological Modelling 251, 221-231, 2013
Greenhouse gas balance of harvesting stumps and logging residues for energy in Sweden
EL Lindholm, J Stendahl, S Berg, PA Hansson
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 26 (6), 586-594, 2011
Manganese in the litter fall-forest floor continuum of boreal and temperate pine and spruce forest ecosystems–A review
B Berg, B Erhagen, MB Johansson, M Nilsson, J Stendahl, F Trum, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 358, 248-260, 2015
Acidifying effect of removal of tree stumps and logging residues as compared to atmospheric deposition
J Iwald, S Löfgren, J Stendahl, E Karltun
Forest Ecology and Management 290, 49-58, 2013
Soil organic carbon in Swedish spruce and pine forests–differences in stock levels and regional patterns
J Stendahl, MB Johansson, E Eriksson, Å Nilsson, O Langvall
Silva Fennica 44 (1), 5-21, 2010
Greenhouse gas fluxes from drained organic forestland in Sweden
K von Arnold, B Hånell, J Stendahl, L Klemedtsson
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 20 (5), 400-411, 2005
Manganese availability is negatively associated with carbon storage in northern coniferous forest humus layers
J Stendahl, B Berg, BD Lindahl
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 15487, 2017
Towards comparable assessment of the soil nutrient status across scales—Review and development of nutrient metrics
K Van Sundert, D Radujković, N Cools, B De Vos, S Etzold, ...
Global change biology 26 (2), 392-409, 2020
Long‐term declines in stream and river inorganic nitrogen (N) export correspond to forest change
RW Lucas, RA Sponseller, MJ Gundale, J Stendahl, J Fridman, ...
Ecological Applications 26 (2), 545-556, 2016
On the role of forests and the forest sector for climate change mitigation in Sweden
H Petersson, D Ellison, A Appiah Mensah, G Berndes, G Egnell, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 14 (7), 793-813, 2022
Time-dependent global warming impact of tree stump bioenergy in Sweden
CA Ortiz, T Hammar, S Ahlgren, PA Hansson, J Stendahl
Forest Ecology and Management 371, 5-14, 2016
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