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Tim Rademacher

Tim RademacherPostdoctoral Scientist

November 1, 2018
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Terrestrial plant ecosystem eco-physiology tim.rademacher@nau.edu
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Research Interests

Tim wants to improve our understanding of terrestrial ecosystems by studying how individual plants and plant communities function. He uses observations, experiments, simulations and theory to achieve this goal. Currently, he focuses on how and why trees grow wood, due to the huge importance of wood for many services provided by forest ecosystems, such as carbon sequestration and timber production. Beyond his current work Tim is also passionately interested in agricultural crops and landscapes.

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Selected Publications

Jucker T, Wintle B, Shackelford G, Bocquillon P, Geffert JL, Kasoar T, Kovacs E, Mumby HS, Orland C, Schleicher J, Tew ER, Zabala A, Amano T, Bell A, Bongalov B, Chambers JM, Corrigan C, Durán AP, Duvic‐Paoli L-A, Emilson C, Emilson EJS, da Silva JF, Garnett EE, Green EJ, Guth MK, Hacket‐Pain A, Hinsley A, Igea J, Kunz M, Luke SH, Lynam W, Martin PA, Nunes MH, Ockendon N, Pavitt A, Payne CLR, Plutshack V, Rademacher TT, Robertson RJ, Rose DC, Serban A, Simmons BI, Tayleur C, Wordley CFR, Mukherjee N (2018) Ten-year assessment of the 100 priority questions for global biodiversity conservation. Conservation BiologyOnline: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/cobi.13159

Friend AD, Lucht W, Rademacher TT, Keribin R, Betts R, Cadule P, Ciais P, Clark DB, Dankers R, Falloon PD, Ito A, Kahana R, Kleidon A, Lomas MR, Nishina K, Ostberg S, Pavlick R, Peylin P, Schaphoff S, Vuichard N, Warszawski L, Wiltshire A, Woodward FI (2014) Carbon residence time dominates uncertainty in terrestrial vegetation responses to future climate and atmospheric CO2. PNAS, 111 3280-3285. doi:10.1073/pnas.1222477110

Thurner M, Beer C, Ciais P, Friend AD, Ito A, Kleidon A, Lomas MR, Quegan S, Rademacher TT, Schaphoff S, Tum M, Wiltshire A, Carvalhais N (2017) Evaluation of climate-related carbon turnover processes in global vegetation models for boreal and temperate forests. Global Change Biology, 23, 3076–3091. doi:10.1111/gcb.13660

Hayat A, Hacket-Pain AJ, Pretzsch H, Rademacher TT, Friend AD (2017) Modeling Tree Growth Taking into Account Carbon Source and Sink Limitations. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8. doi:10.3389/fpls.2017.00182

Warszawski L, Friend A, Ostberg S, Frieler K, Lucht W, Schaphoff S, Beerling D, Cadule P, Ciais P, Clark DB, Kahana R, Ito A, Keribin R, Kleidon A, Lomas M, Nishina K, Pavlick R, Rademacher TT, Buechner M, Piontek F, Schewe J, Serdeczny O, Schellnhuber HJ (2013) A multi-model analysis of risk of ecosystem shifts under climate change. Environmental Research Letters, 8, 044018. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/044018