Publications

2022
Noa Ohana-Levi, Danielle Ferman Mintz, Nave Hagag, Yossi Stern, Sarel Munitz, Yael Friedman-Levi, Nir Shacham, José M Grünzweig, and Yishai Netzer. 2022. “Grapevine responses to site-specific spatiotemporal factors in a Mediterranean climate.” Agricultural Water Management, 259, Pp. 107226.
Yakir Preisler, Teemu Hölttä, José M Grünzweig, Itay Oz, Fedor Tatarinov, Nadine K Ruehr, Eyal Rotenberg, and Dan Yakir. 2022. “The importance of tree internal water storage under drought conditions.” Tree Physiology.
Israel Oren, Neringa Mannerheim, Andreas Fangmeier, Nina Buchmann, and José M Grünzweig. 2022. “Patterns of total root and shoot carbon dioxide fluxes and their impact on daily tree carbon budget in large tropical tree saplings.” Tree Physiology.
2021
Idan Bahat, Yishai Netzer, José M Grünzweig, Victor Alchanatis, Aviva Peeters, Eitan Goldshtein, Noa Ohana-Levi, Alon Ben-Gal, and Yafit Cohen. 2021. “In-Season Interactions between Vine Vigor, Water Status and Wine Quality in Terrain-Based Management-Zones in a ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’Vineyard.” Remote Sensing, 13, Pp. 1636.
José M Grünzweig and Daniel Gliksman. 2021. “Litter Decomposition in Mediterranean Pine Forests Subjected to Climate Change.” In Pines and Their Mixed Forest Ecosystems in the Mediterranean Basin, Pp. 325-342. Springer.
Ilana Shtein, Shunamit Wolberg, Sarel Munitz, Yotam Zait, Tovit Rosenzweig, José M Grünzweig, Noa Ohana-Levi, and Yishai Netzer. 2021. “Multi-seasonal water-stress memory versus temperature-driven dynamic structural changes in grapevine.” Tree Physiology.
Yael Wagner, Ella Pozner, Peleg Bar-On, Uria Ramon, Eran Raveh, Efrat Neuhaus, Shabtai Cohen, José Grünzweig, and Tamir Klein. 2021. “Rapid stomatal response in lemon saves trees and their fruit yields under summer desiccation, but fails under recurring droughts.” Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 307, Pp. 108487.
Yakir Preisler, Fedor Tatarinov, José M Grünzweig, and Dan Yakir. 2021. “Seeking the “point of no return” in the sequence of events leading to mortality of mature trees.” Plant, Cell & Environment, 44, Pp. 1315-1328.
2020
Neringa Mannerheim, Carola H Blessing, Israel Oren, José M Grünzweig, Christoph Bachofen, and Nina Buchmann. 2020. “Carbon allocation to the root system of tropical tree Ceiba pentandra using 13C pulse labelling in an aeroponic facility.” Tree physiology, 40, Pp. 350-366.
Päivi J Väänänen, Yagil Osem, Shabtai Cohen, and José M Grünzweig. 2020. “Differential drought resistance strategies of co-existing woodland species enduring the long rainless Eastern Mediterranean summer.” Tree physiology, 40, Pp. 305-320.
Rafat Qubaja, José M Grünzweig, Eyal Rotenberg, and Dan Yakir. 2020. “Evidence for large carbon sink and long residence time in semiarid forests based on 15 year flux and inventory records.” Global change biology, 26, Pp. 1626-1637.
Aud H Halbritter, Hans J De Boeck, Amy E Eycott, Sabine Reinsch, David A Robinson, Sara Vicca, Bernd Berauer, Casper T Christiansen, Marc Estiarte, and José M Grünzweig. 2020. “The handbook for standardized field and laboratory measurements in terrestrial climate change experiments and observational studies (ClimEx).” Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 11, Pp. 22-37.
Hans J De Boeck, Juliette MG Bloor, Rien Aerts, Michael Bahn, Claus Beier, Bridget A Emmett, Marc Estiarte, José M Grünzweig, Aud H Halbritter, and Petr Holub. 2020. “Understanding ecosystems of the future will require more than realistic climate change experiments–A response to Korell et al.” Global change biology, 26, Pp. e6-e7.
2019
Nevo Sagi, José M Grünzweig, and Dror Hawlena. 2019. “Burrowing detritivores regulate nutrient cycling in a desert ecosystem.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 286, Pp. 20191647.
Boaz Hilman, Jan Muhr, Susan E Trumbore, Norbert Kunert, Mariah S Carbone, Päivi Yuval, Joseph S Wright, Gerardo Moreno, Oscar Pérez-Priego, and Mirco Migliavacca. 2019. “Comparison of CO 2 and O 2 fluxes demonstrate retention of respired CO 2 in tree stems from a range of tree species.” Biogeosciences, 16, Pp. 177-191.
Yakir Preisler, Fyodor Tatarinov, José M Grünzweig, Didier Bert, Jérôme Ogée, Lisa Wingate, Eyal Rotenberg, Shani Rohatyn, Nir Her, and Itzhak Moshe. 2019. “Mortality versus survival in drought‐affected Aleppo pine forest depends on the extent of rock cover and soil stoniness.” Functional Ecology, 33, Pp. 901-912.
2018
Daniel Gliksman, Sabine Haenel, and José M Grünzweig. 2018. “Biotic and abiotic modifications of leaf litter during dry periods affect litter mass loss and nitrogen loss during wet periods.” Functional Ecology, 32, Pp. 831-839.
Daniel Gliksman, Yael Navon, Rita Dumbur, Sabine Haenel, and José M Grünzweig. 2018. “Higher rates of decomposition in standing vs. surface litter in a Mediterranean ecosystem during the dry and the wet seasons.” Plant and soil, 428, Pp. 427-439.
Daniel Gliksman, Sabine Haenel, Yagil Osem, Dan Yakir, Ela Zangy, Yakir Preisler, and José M Grünzweig. 2018. “Litter decomposition in Mediterranean pine forests is enhanced by reduced canopy cover.” Plant and soil, 422, Pp. 317-329.