Aki Lindén

Aki Lindén

Department Of Forest Sciences, University Of Helsinki, P.o. Box 27, 00014, Helsinki, Finland

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Aki Lindén has direct influence:

living root
fungal biomass
litter decomposition
soil organic matter
doc flux
scots pine
forestry-drained peatlands

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Aki Lindén has influence:

mid-infrared spectroscopy
forest soils
q10 values
temperature coefficient
nitrogen balance
sample set
ha−1 yr−1

Prominent publications by Aki Lindén

KOL-Index: 26 Symbiotic ectomycorrhizal fungi have been shown to enhance host plant photosynthesis because the fungal symbiont are claimed to increase belowground carbon (C) demand. We aimed to study the effect of eight common symbiotic ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungi on Scots pine photosynthesis and carbon (C) allocation because very few studies have investigated this phenomenon under controlled axenic ...
Known for
Seedlings Mycorrhizal | Fungal Symbiont | Mycorrhization Rate | Larger Biomass
KOL-Index: 18 AimsWe studied how the availability of carbon affects the decomposition of soil organic matter (SOM) in the presence of living root system compared to bare SOM treatments without roots.MethodsWe measured the effect of living Pinus sylvestris L. root systems on SOM C and N budgets, on the age of carbon in CO2 efflux, and on SOM protease enzyme activity. We examined the possible explanatory ...
Known for
Plant Biomass | Bulk Material | Conclusionswe | Budgets
KOL-Index: 17 The priming effect induced by carbon (C) that is easily available to microbes has been shown to increase the mineralization of soil organic matter (SOM) that is resistant to decomposition, but the combined effects of easily available carbon and the living root system have rarely been studied. The aim of this research was to study the decomposition of SOM fractions of different solubility in ...
Known for
Distinctive Isotopic Composition | Fractions 13c | Easily Soluble Fraction | Plant Roots
KOL-Index: 13 Fire is one of the most important natural disturbances in the boreal forest. It strongly influences boreal forest structure and function, and alters microbial biomass and species composition e.g. by significantly reducing the abundance of decomposing fungi. We measured carbon stocks and estimated fungal biomass and soil carbon turnover in Pinus sylvestris stands on a fire chronosequence from ...
Known for
Sylvestris | Boreal Forest Structure | Post Turnover | Carbon Stocks
KOL-Index: 11 According to recent studies, dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations in rivers throughout the boreal zone are increasing. However, the mechanistic explanation of this phenomenon is not yet well known. We studied how the short and long-term changes in precipitation, soil temperature, soil water content, and net ecosystem exchange (NEE) are reflected to DOC concentrations and runoff DOC ...
Known for
Precipitation Soil | Environmental Variables | Short Long-Term | Nee Litter Production
KOL-Index: 7 Background and aimsForestry drainage is the main management practice of peatlands in Finland. The influence of drainage and management on carbon (C) fluxes may vary, e.g., depending on the original peatland type. We have studied C fluxes in two forestry-drained peatlands with different nutrient status.MethodsOur hypothesis that the differences in the C balance between these two sites can be ...
Known for
Soil Respiration Rates | Peatlands Nutrient | 14c Isotopic Partitioning Method | Differences Priming
KOL-Index: 7 As the number of drought occurrences has been predicted to increase with increasing temperatures, it is believed that boreal forests will become particularly vulnerable to decreased growth and increased tree mortality caused by the hydraulic failure, carbon starvation and vulnerability to pests following these. Although drought-affected trees are known to have stunted growth, as well as ...
Known for
Stress Scots | Osmolalities Decreased | Rate Drought | Allocation Roots
KOL-Index: 6 In boreal forest ecosystems fire, fungi and bacteria, and their interactions, have a pronounced effect on soil carbon dynamics. In this study we measured enzymatic activities, litter decomposition rates, carbon stocks and fungal and microbial biomasses in a boreal subarctic coniferous forest on a four age classes of non-stand replacing fire chronosequence (2, 42, 60 and 152 years after the ...
Known for
Enzyme Carbon | Post Litter | Forests Boreal | Recovery Soil
KOL-Index: 5 In boreal forest ecosystems fire, fungi and bacteria, and their interactions, have a pronounced effect on soil carbon dynamics. In this study we measured enzymatic activities, litter decomposition rates, carbon stocks and fungal and microbial biomasses in a boreal subarctic coniferous forest on a four age classes of non-stand replacing fire chronosequence (2, 42, 60 and 152 years after the ...
Known for
Decomposition Post | Matter Forest | Litter Disturbance | Carbon Degrading

Department of Forest Sciences, University of Helsinki, P.O. Box 27, 00014, Helsinki, Finland

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