Luca Bragazza

GR B2 375 (Bâtiment GR)
Station 2
CH-1015 Lausanne

Données administratives



Autres publications

Bragazza L., Buttler A., Robroek B.J.M., Albrecht R., Zaccone C., Jassey V.E.J. & Signarbieux C.
(2016) Global Change Biology 22: 4114-4123.
Persistent high temperature and low precipitation reduce peat carbon accumulation.
Bragazza L., Bardgett R.D., Mitchell E.A.W. & Buttler A.
(2015) New Phytologist 205: 1175-1182.
Linking soil microbial communities to vascular plant abundance along a climate gradient.
Kuiper J.J., Mooij W.M., Bragazza L., Robroek B.J.M.
(2014) Ecology 95: 123-131.
Plant functional types define magnitude of drought response in peatland CO2 exchange.
Bragazza L., Parisod J., Buttler A. & Bardgett R.
(2013) Nature Climate Change 3: 274-277
Plant-soil microbe feedback in response to climate warming in peatlands
Lamentowicz M., Bragazza L., Buttler A., Jassey V.E.J., Mitchell E.A.D.
(2013) Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67: 1-11.
Seasonal patterns of testate amoeba diversity, community structure and species-environment relationships in four Sphagnum-dominated peatlands along a 1300 m altitudinal gradient in Switzerland.
Robroek B.J.M., Heijboer A., Jassey V.E.J., Hefting M.M., Rouwenhorst T.G., Buttler A. & Bragazza L.
(2013) Plant and Soil 369: 151-164.
Snow cover manipulation effects on microbial community structure and soil chemistry in a mountain bog.
Bragazza L, Buttler A, Habermacher J, Brancaleoni L, Gerdol R, Fritze H, Hanaijk P, Laiho R & Johnson D.
(2012) Global Change Biology 18: 1163�1172
High nitrogen deposition alters the decomposition of bog plant litter and reduces carbon accumulation.
Zaccone C., G. Casiello, F. Longobardi, L. Bragazza, A. Sacco & T.M. Miano
(2011) Chemical Geology 285: 124-132.
Evaluating the �conservative� behavior of stable isotopic ratios (δ13C, δ15N, and δ18O) in humic acids and their reliability as paleoenvironmental proxies along a peat sequence
Jirou�ek M., H�jek M. & Bragazza L.
(2011) Environmental Pollution 159: 585-590.
Nutrient stoichiometry in Sphagnum along a nitrogen deposition gradient in highly polluted region of Central-East Europe.
Limpens J., G. Granath,U. Gunnarsson, R. Aerts, S. Bayley, L. Bragazza, J. Bubier, A. Buttler, L.J.L. van den Berg, A.-J. Francez, R. Gerdol, P. Grosvernier, M.M.P.D. Heijmans, M.R. Hoosbeek, S. Hotes, M. Ilomets, I. Leith, E.A.D. Mitchell, T. Moore, M.B.
(2011) New Phytologist 191: 496-507.
Climatic modifiers of the response to nitrogen deposition in peat-forming Sphagnum mosses: a meta-analysis.
Bragazza L., Buttler A., Siegenthaler A. & Mitchell E.A.D.
Geophysical Monograph Series (2009), Volume 184, 299 pp.
Plant litter decomposition and nutrient release in peatlands. In: �Carbon cycling in Northern peatlands� (Eds: A.J. Baird, L.R. Belyea, X. Comas, A.S. Reeve & L.D. Slater),ISBN 978-0-87590-449-8
Bragazza L. & Iacumin P.
(2009) Biology and Fertility of Soils 46: 73-77
Seasonal variation in carbon isotopic composition of bog plant litter during 3 years of field decomposition.
Bragazza L.
(2008) Global Change Biology 14:2688-2695.
A climatic threshold triggers the die-off of peat mosses during an extreme heat wave.
Bragazza L. & Freeman C.
(2007) Science of the Total Environment 377:439-443.
High nitrogen availability reduces polyphenol content in Sphagnum peat.
Bragazza L., Freeman C., Jones T., Rydin H., Limpens J., Fenner N., Ellis T., Gerdol R., H�jek M.,H�jek T., Iacumin P., Kutnar L., Tahvanainen T. & Toberman H.
(2006) PNAS 51:19386-19389.
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition promotes carbon loss from peat bogs.