List of publications

Annikki Mäkelä: Peer-reviewed journal articles

75           Dewar R.C., Franklin O., Mäkelä A., McMurtrie R.E., Valentine H.T. 2009. Optimal function expalins forest responses to global change. Bioscience 59:127-139.

 74       Cao T.J., Valsta L., Härkönen S., Saranpää P., Mäkelä A. 2008.  Effects of thinning and fertilisation on wood properties and economic returns for Norway spruce.   For Ecol. Manage 256: 1280-1289

73           Mäkelä A., Valentine H., Helmisaari H.-S.. 2008. Steady state solutions of forest stand foliage and fine root biomass as trade-offs between nitrogen uptake and use.  New Phytologist 180.

72           Duursma R.A., Kolari P., Perämäki M., Nikinmaa E., Hari P., Delzon S., Loustau D., Ilvesniemi H., Pumpanen J., Mäkelä A. 2008. Predicting the decline in daily maximum transpiration rate of two pine stands during drought based on constant minimum leaf water potential and plant hydraulic conductance. Tree Physiology 28, 265-276.

71           Kantola A., Mäkinen H. and Mäkelä A.  2008. Predicting timber properties from tree measurements at felling: Evaluation of the RetroSTEM model and TreeViz software for Norway spruce. Forest Ecology and Management. 255:3524-3533

70           Mäkelä A., Pulkkinen M., Kolari P., Lagergren F., Berbigier  B., Lindroth A., Loustau D., Nikinmaa E., Vesala T., Hari  P. 2008. Developing an empirical model of stand GPP with the LUE approach: analysis of eddy covariance data at five contrasting conifer sites in Europe. Global Change Biology 14: 98- 108.

69           Kantola A., Mäkinen H. and Mäkelä A. 2007. Stem form and branchiness of Norway spruce as sawn timber – predicted by a process-based model. For Ecol. Manage 241:209-222.

68           Duursma, R.A. and Mäkelä A. 2007. Summary models for irradiance interception and photosynthesis of non-homogeneous canopies.  Tree Physiology 27:859-870

67           Vanninen P., Härkönen S., Enkenberg  J. and Mäkelä A. 2006. PuMe – Interactive learning environment employing the PipeQual model for forest growth and wood quality. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 36 (in press)

66           Kokkila, T., Mäkelä, A. and Franc, A. 2006. Comparison of distance dependent and distance independent stand growth models – is perfect aggregation possible? Forest  Science 52: 623-635

65           Mäkelä A., Kolari P., Karimäki J., Nikinmaa E., Perämäki M. and Hari P. 2006. Modelling five years of weather-driven variation of GPP in a boreal forest. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology 139:382-398.

64           Mäkelä A. and Valentine H. 2006. Crown ratio influences allometric scaling in trees. Ecology 87:2967-2972

63           Mäkelä A. and Valentine H. 2006. The quarter-power scaling does not infer size-invariant hydraulic resistance in trees. Journal of Theoretical Biology 243:283-285

62           Longetaud F., Mothe F., Leban J.-M. and Mäkelä A. 2006. Picea abies sapwood width:  variations within and between trees. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 21:41-53.

61           Hyytiäinen K., Ilomäki S., Mäkelä A. and Kinnunen K. 2006. Economic analysis of stand establishment for Scots pine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 36:1179-1189.

60           Kantola A. and Mäkelä A. 2006. Development of biomass proportions in Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.). Trees 20(1):111-121

59           Valentine H.T. and Mäkelä A. 2005. Bridging process-based and empirical approaches to modeling tree growth. Tree Physiology 25:769–779

58           Landsberg J., Mäkelä A., Sievänen R. and Kukkola M. 2005. Analysis of biomass accumulation and stem size distributions over long periods in managed stands of Pinus sylvestris in Finland using the 3-PG model. Tree Physiology 25:781–792

57           Berninger F., Coll L, Vanninen P, Makela A, Palmroth S, and Nikinmaa E. 2005. Effects of tree size and position on pipe model ratio. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35(6): 1294-1304.

56           T. Vesala, T. Suni, Ü. Rannik, P. Keronen, T. Markkanen, S. Sevanto, T. Grönholm, S. Smolander, M. Kulmala, H. Ilvesniemi, R. Ojansuu, A. Uotila, J. Levula, A. Mäkelä, J. Pumpanen, P. Kolari, L. Kulmala, N. Altimir, F. Berninger, E. Nikinmaa and P. Hari. 2005. Effect of thinning on surface fluxes in a boreal forest. Global Biogeochemical cycles 19, GB2001, doi:10.1029/2004GB002316.

55           Hyytiäinen K., Hari, P. Kokkila T., Mäkelä A., Tahvonen O. and Taipale J.  2004. Connecting a process-based forest growth model to stand-level economic optimization. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34:2060-2073

54           Vanninen P. and Mäkelä A. 2005. Carbon budget for individual Scots pine trees: effects of size,    competition and site fertility on growth allocation. Tree Physiology 25:17-30.

53           Lehtonen, A., Sievänen, R., Mäkelä, A., Mäkipää, R., Korhonen, K.T. and Hokkanen, T. (2004). Potential litterfall of Scots pine branches in southern Finland. Ecological Modelling 180: 305-315

52           Kantola, A and Mäkelä, A. 2004.Crown development in Norway spruce (Picea Abies [L.] Karst.) Trees 18:408-421.

51           Mäkelä, A., Hari, P., Berninger, F., Hänninen, H. and Nikinmaa, E. (2004). Acclimation of photosynthetic capacity in Scots pine to the annual cycle of temperature. Tree Physiology 24:369–376.

50           Suni T, Berninger F, Vesala T, Markkanen T, Hari P, Makela A, Ilvesniemi H, Hanninen H, Nikinmaa E, Huttula T, Laurila T,  Aurela M, Grelle A, Lindroth A, Arneth A, Shibistova O, Lloyd J.  (2003). Air temperature triggers the commencement of evergreen boreal forest photosynthesis in spring. Global Change Biology 9 (10): 1410-1426

49           Ilomäki, S., Nikinmaa, E. and Mäkelä, A. (2003). Crown rise due to competition drives biomass allocation in silver birch (Betula pendula L.). Canadian Journal of Forest Research: 33 (12): 2395-2404

48           Mäkelä A and Mäkinen H. (2003) Generating 3D sawlogs with a process-based growth model. Forest Ecology and Management 184:337-354

47           Mäkinen, H. and Mäkelä, A. (2003) Predicting basal area distributions of branches in Scots pine. Forest Ecology and Management 179:351-362

46           Hari P and Mäkelä A. (2003) Annual pattern of photosynthesis of Scots pine in the boreal zone. Tree Physiology 23:145-155.

45           Mäkelä, A. (2003). Process-based modelling of tree and stand growth: towards a hierarchical treatment of multi-scale processes. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33:398-409

44           Mäkelä A., Givnish TJ, Berninger F, Buckley TN, Farquhar GD and Hari P (2002) Challenges and opportunities of the optimality approach in plant ecology. Silva Fennica 36: 605–614

43           Kokkila, T., Mäkelä, A. and Nikinmaa, E. (2002) Describing the spatial distribution of a young tree stand for growth modelling purposes. Silva Fennica 36:265-277

42           Mäkelä A. 2002.  Derivation of stem taper from the pipe theory in a carbon balance framework. Tree Physiology 22:891-905

41           Mäkelä A. and Vanninen P. (2001) Vertical structure of Scots pine crowns in different age and size classes. Trees 15:385-392

40           Mäkelä, A. and Valentine, H.T.  (2001) The ratio of NPP to GPP: Evidence of change over the course of stand development. Tree Physiology 21:1015–1030

39           Mäkelä, A. and Vanninen, P. (2000). Estimation of fine root mortality and growth from simple measurements: a method based on system dynamics. Trees 14:316-323

38           Jari Liski, Hannu Ilvesniemi, Annikki Mäkelä & Carl Johan Westman. (2000). Reply to the comments by Göran Ågren: Temperature dependence of old soil organic matter  – comments on a paper by Liski et al.. Ambio 29(1): 56-57.

37           Mäkelä, A., Landsberg, J., Ek, A.R., Burk, T.E., Ter-Mikaelian, M., Ågren, G.I., Oliver, C.D. and Puttonen, P. (2000).  Process-based models for forest ecosystem management: current state-of-art and challenges for practical implementation. Tree Physiology 20:289-298.

36           Pertti Hari, Annikki Mäkelä and Toivo Pohja. (2000) Surprising implications of the optimality hypothesis of stomatal regulation gain support in a field test. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 27(1):77-80

35           Vanninen, P. and Mäkelä A. (2000). Needle and stemwood production in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) trees of different age, size, and competitive status. Tree Physiology 20: 527-533

34           Sievänen, R., Lindner, M., Mäkelä, A. and Lasch, P. (2000) Volume growth and survival graphs: a method for evaluating process-based forest growth models. Tree Physiology 20:357-366

33           Mäkelä, A., Sievänen, R., Lindner, M. and Lasch, P. (2000) Application of volume growth and survival graphs in the evaluation of four process-based growth models. Tree Physiology 20:347-356

32           Hari P., Mäkelä A., Berninger F. and Pohja T. (1999). Field evidence for the optimality principle of gas exchange. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 26:239-244.

31           Vanninen, P. and Mäkelä A. (1999). Fine root biomass of Scots pine stands differing in age and soil fertility in southern Finland. Tree Physiology 19(12):823-830.

30           Mäkelä, A. (1999). Acclimation in dynamic models based on structural relationships. Functional Ecology 13:145-156.

29           Liski, J., Ilvesniemi, H., Mäkelä, A., and Westman, C.J. (1999). CO2 emissions from soil in response to climatic warming are overestimated – the decomposition of old soil organic matter is tolerant of temperature. Ambio 28(2):171-174.

28           Liski, J., Ilvesniemi, H., Mäkelä A., and Starr M. (1998). Model analysis of the effects of soil age,  fires and harvesting on the carbon storage of boreal forest soils.  European Journal of Soil Science 49(3):406-417.

27           Mäkelä, A. and Vanninen, P. (1998). Impact of size and competition on tree form and distribution of above-ground biomass in Scots pine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28:216-227

26           Mäkelä, A., Vanninen, P. and Ikonen, V.-P. (1997). An application of process-based modelling to the development of branchiness in Scots pine. Silva Fennica 31:369-380

25           Mäkelä, A.  (1997) A carbon balance model of growth and self-pruning in trees based on structural relationships.  Forest Science 43(1):7-24

24           Berninger, F., Mäkelä, A. and Hari, P. (1996). Optimal control of gas exchange during drought. Model testing. Annals of Botany. 77:469-476.

23           Mäkelä, A., Berninger, F. and Hari, P. (1996). Optimal control of gas exchange  during drought. Theoretical analysis. Annals of Botany 77:461-467

22           Vanninen, P., Ylitalo, H., Sievänen, R. and Mäkelä, A. (1996). Effects of age and site quality on the distribution of biomass in Scots pine.  Trees 10:231-238.

21           Mäkelä, A., Virtanen, K. and Nikinmaa, E. (1995). The effects of ring width, stem position, and stand density on the relationship between foliage biomass and sapwood area in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25:970-977.

20           Mäkelä, A. and Sievänen, R. (1992). Height growth strategies in open-grown trees. Journal of Theoretical Biology 159, 443-467.

19           Mäkelä, A. and Albrektson, A. (1992). An analysis of the relationship between foliage biomass and crown  surface area in Pinus sylvestris in Sweden.    Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 7, 297-307.

18           Repo, T., Mäkelä, A. and Hänninen, H. (1990). Modelling frost resistance of trees. Silva Carelica 15, 61-74.

17           Mäkelä, A. (1990). Adaptation of light interception computations to stand growth models.. Silva Carelica 15, 221-239.

16           Mäkelä, A. (1989). A regional model of risk to forests by direct impacts of sulfur. Systems Analysis Modelling Simulation 6(6), 439-449.

15           Mäkelä, A. (1988). Performance analysis of a process-based stand growth model using Monte Carlo techniques. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 3, 315-331.

14           Alcamo, J., Amann, M., Hettelingh, J.-P., Holmberg, M., Hordijk, L., Kämäri, J., Kauppi, L., Kauppi, P.,  Kornai, G. and Mäkelä, A. (1987). Acidification in  Europe: A simulation model for evaluating control  strategies. Ambio 16(5), 232-245.

13           Mäkelä, A. and Sievänen, R. (1987). Comparison of two shoot-root partitioning models with respect to substrate utilization and functional balance. Annals of Botany 59, 129-140.

12           Hari, P., Kaipiainen, L., Heikinheimo, P., Mäkelä, A., Korpilahti, E. and Samela, J. (1986). Trees as a water  transport system. Silva Fennica 20(3), 205-210.

11           Mäkelä, A. (1986). Implications of the pipe model theory on dry matter partitioning and height growth in trees. Journal of Theoretical Biology 123, 103-120.

10           Hari, P., Mäkelä, A., Korpilahti, E. and Holmberg, M. (1986). Optimal control of gas exchange. Tree Physiology 2, 169-175.

9             Mäkelä, A. and Hari, P. (1986). Stand growth model based on carbon uptake and allocation in individual trees. Ecological Modelling 33, 205-229.

8             Kaipiainen, L., Hari, P., Sazonova, T. and Mäkelä, A. (1986). Balance of water transport system in Pinus  sylvestris L. III. Conducting xylem area and needle  mass (In Russian). Lesovedenie 1, 31-37.

7             Hari, P., Kaipiainen, L., Sazonova, T. and Mäkelä, A. (1985). Balance of water transport system in Pinus  sylvestris L. II. Active xylem (In Russian).     Lesovedenie 5, 74-76.

6             Mäkelä, A. (1986). Partitioning coefficients in plant  models with turn-over. Annals of Botany 57, 291-297.

5             Mäkelä, A. (1985). Differential games in evolutionary theory: height growth strategies of trees. Theoretical Population Biology 27, 239-267.

4             Mäkelä, A. and Hari, P. (1984). Interrelationships between the Lotka-Volterra model and plant eco-physiologogy. Theoretical Population Biology 25, 194-209.

3             Hari, P., Kellomäki, S., Mäkelä, A., Ilonen, P., Kanninen, M., Korpilahti, E. and Nygren, M. (1982). Metsikön varhaiskehityksen dynamiikka. Summary:      Dynamics of early development of tree stand. Acta Forestalia Fennica 177, 1-42.

2             Mäkelä, A., Kellomäki, S. and Hari, P. (1980). Eco-physiological studies on Scots pine stands: III.  Photosynthate allocation for needle and wood growth in      current-year-shoots. Seloste: Neulasten ja puuaineen kasvun suhde männyn versoissa. Silva Fennica 14(3), 258-263.

1             Holmberg, A., Mäkelä, A. and Sievänen, R. (1979). Dynamic modelling in plant ecology. Acta Polytech. Scan. 31, 89-94.


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