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Matthias Peichl

Matthias Peichl
I am a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Forest Ecology and Management. My teaching and research focus is on the terrestrial biosphere-atmosphere exchanges of carbon, water, energy and greenhouse gases.

Teaching

SG0211 Marklära, hydrologi och meteorologi (course leader)

SG0215 Praktisk Skogsbruk - part 'Skogsmeteorologi'

SG0250 Skog mark och skogsbruk - part 'Klimatologi'

SG0178 Sustainable management of Boreal Forests - part 'Boreal forestry and climate change'

Forest Ecology and Sustainable Management Master´s programme - parts BI1333 Forest Ecosystem Ecology; SG0244 Silviculture - the science of forest stand management

Research

My primary research interest lies in exploring the biosphere-atmosphere exchanges of water, energy and greenhouse gases (i.e. carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide) and their underlying drivers. Most of my work is carried out using a combination of micrometeorological, flux chamber and environmental monitoring methods, combined with the use of process-based models. My current research focuses on integrating terrestrial and aquatic carbon and greenhouse gas fluxes to determine complete budgets and drivers at the boreal forest landscape scale. In addition, exploring the role of plant phenology as a driver of the peatland carbon cycle is a major interest of my ongoing work. The ultimate goal of my research is to improve our understanding on global change and land management impacts on the biogeochemical processes in terrestrial ecosystems and its feedbacks with the climate system.

 

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Selected publications

Research group papers

Järveoja, J., M.B. Nilsson, P.M. Crill and M. Peichl. 2020. Bimodal diel pattern in peatland ecosystem respiration rebuts uniform temperature response. Nature Communications 11:4255

 

Chi, J., M.B. Nilsson, H. Laudon, A. Lindroth, J. Wallerman, J. Fransson, N. Kljun, T. Lundmark, M. Ottosson Löfvenius and M. Peichl, 2020. The Net Landscape Carbon Balance – integrating terrestrial and aquatic carbon fluxes in a managed boreal forest landscape in Sweden. Global Change Biology 26: 2353-2367

 

Koebsch, F., O. Sonnentag, J. Järveoja, M. Peltoniemi, P. Alekseychik, M. Aurela, A. N. Arslan, K. Dinsmore, D. Gianelle, C. Helfter, M. Jackowicz-Korczynski, A. Korrensalo, F. Leith, M. Linkosalmi, A. Lohila, M. Lund, M. Maddison, I. Mammarella, Ü. Mander,  A. Pickard, J.W.M. Pullens, E.-S. Tuittila, M.B. Nilsson and M. Peichl, 2020. Refining the role of phenology in regulating gross ecosystem productivity across European peatlands. Global Change Biology 26:876–887

 

Chi, J., M.B. Nilsson, N. Kljun, J. Wallerman, J. Fransson, H. Laudon, T. Lundmark and M. Peichl, 2019. The carbon balance of a managed boreal landscape measured from a tall tower in northern Sweden. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 274:29-41

 

Nielsen. C. S., N. J. Hasselquist, M. B. Nilsson , M. Öquist, J. Järveoja and M. Peichl, 2019. A Novel Approach for High-Frequency in-situ Quantification of Methane Oxidation in Peatlands. Soil Syst. 3:4

 

Peichl, M., M. Gažovič, I. Vermeij, E. de Goede, O. Sonnentag, J. Limpens and M.B. Nilsson, 2018. Peatland vegetation composition and phenology drive the seasonal trajectory of maximum gross primary production. Scientific Reports 8:8012

 

Järveoja, J., M.B. Nilsson, M. Gažovič, P.M. Crill and M. Peichl, 2018. Partitioning of the net CO2 exchange using an automated chamber system reveals plant phenology as key control of production and respiration fluxes in a boreal peatland. Global Change Biology 24, 3436-3451

 

Jocher, G., J. Marshall, M.B. Nilsson, S. Linder, G. De Simon, T. Hörnlund, T. Lundmark, T. Näsholm, M. Ottosson Löfvenius, L. Tarvainen, G. Wallin and M. Peichl, 2018. Impact of canopy decoupling and subcanopy advection on the annual carbon balance of a boreal Scots pine forest as derived from eddy covariance. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 123 doi10.1002/2017JG003988

 

Jocher, G., M. Ottosson Löfvenius, G. De Simon, T. Hörnlund, S. Linder, T. Lundmark, J. Marshall, M.B. Nilsson, T. Näsholm, L. Tarvainen, M. Öquist and M. Peichl, 2017. Apparent winter CO2 uptake by a boreal forest due to decoupling. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 232:23-34

 

Peichl, M., O. Sonnentag and M.B. Nilsson, 2015. Bringing color into the picture: Using digital repeat photography to investigate phenology controls of the carbon dioxide exchange in a boreal mire. Ecosystems 18, 115-131

 

Peichl, M., A.M. Arain, T.R. Moore, J.J. Brodeur, M. Khomik, S. Ullah, N. Restrepo-Coupé, J. McLaren and M.R. Pejam, 2014. Carbon and greenhouse gas balances in an age-sequence of temperate pine plantations. Biogeosciences, 11, 5399-5410

 

Peichl, M., M. Öquist, M. Ottosson-Löfvenius, U. Ilstedt, J. Sagerfors, A. Grelle, A. Lindroth and M.B. Nilsson, 2014. A 12-year record reveals pre-growing season temperature and water table level threshold effects on the net carbon dioxide uptake in a boreal fen. Environmental Research Letters 9, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/1089/1085/055006

 

Peichl, M., J. Sagerfors, A. Lindroth, I. Buffam, A. Grelle, L. Klemedtsson, H. Laudon and M.B. Nilsson, 2013. Energy exchange and water budget partitioning in a boreal minerogenic mire. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, doi:10.1029/2012JG002073

 

Peichl, M., O. Sonnentag, G. Wohlfahrt, L.B. Flanagan, D.D. Baldocchi, G. Kiely, M. Galvagno, D. Gianelle, B. Marcolla, C. Pio, M. Migliavacca, M. Jones and M. Saunders, 2013. Convergence of potential net ecosystem production among contrasting C3 grasslands. Ecology Letters 16: 502-512

 

 

Other contributions:

2020

Helbig, M. et al. 2020. Increasing contribution of peatlands to boreal evapotranspiration in a warming climate. Nature Climate Change 10:555–560

 

Pastorello, G. et al. 2020. The FLUXNET2015 dataset and the ONEFlux processing pipeline for eddy covariance data. Nature Science Data 7:225

 

Ren S., Y. Li and M. Peichl, 2020. Diverse effects of climate at different times on grassland phenology in mid-latitude of the Northern Hemisphere. Ecological Indicators 113:106260

 

Vernay, A., Xi. Tia, J. Chi, S. Linder, A. Mäkelä, R. Oren, M. Peichl, Z. R. Stangl, P. Tor-Ngern, J. D. Marshall, 2020. Estimating canopy gross primary production by combining phloem stable isotopes with canopy and mesophyll conductances. Plant, Cell and Environment 43:2124–2142

 

Kozii, N.,  K. Haahti, P. Tor-ngern, J. Chi, E. Maher Hasselquist, H. Laudon, S. Launiainen, R. Oren, M. Peichl, J. Wallerman, N. J. Hasselquist, 2020. Partitioning the forest water balance within a boreal catchment using sapflux, eddy covariance and process-based model. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 24:2999–3014

 

Hensgens, G., H. Laudon, M. Peichl, I. A. Gil, Q. Zhou, M. Berggren, 2020. The role of the understory in litter DOC and nutrient leaching in boreal forests. Biogeochemistry 149:87–103

 

Rannik, U., T. Vesala, O. Peltola, K.A. Novick, M. Aurela, L. Järvi, L. Montagnani, M. Mölder, M. Peichl, K. Pilegaard, I. Mammarella, 2020. Impact of coordinate rotation on eddy covariance fluxes at complex sites. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 287: 107940

 

2019

Knox, S.H. et al., 2019. FLUXNET-CH4 Synthesis Activity: Objectives, Observations, and Future Directions. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 100:2607-2632

 

Peltola, O. et al., 2019. Monthly Gridded Data Product of Northern Wetland Methane Emissions Based on Upscaling Eddy Covariance Observations. Earth System Science Data 11:1263–1289

 

2018

Jurevics, A., M. Peichl, and G. Egnell, 2018. Stand volume production in the subsequent stand during four decades remains unaffected by slash and stump harvest in Nordic forests. Forests 9:770

 

Wang, S., X. Lu, X. Chen, X. Li, M. Peichl, I. Mammarella, 2018. Limitations and Challenges of MODIS-derived Phenological Metrics Across Different Landscapes in Pan-Arctic Regions. Remote Sensing 10:1784

 

Franz, D. et al. 2018. Towards long-term standardised carbon and greenhouse gas observations for monitoring Europe´s terrestrial ecosystems. International Agrophysics 32:439-455

 

Gielen, B. et al. 2018. Ancillary vegetation measurements at ICOS ecosystem stations. International Agrophysics 32:645-664

 

Hufkens, K., G. Filippa, E. Cremonese, M. Migliavacca, P. D’Odorico, M. Peichl, B. Gielen, L. Hörtnagl, K. Soudani, D. Papale, C. Rebmann, T. Brown and L. Wingate, 2018. Assimilating phenology datasets automatically across ICOS ecosystem stations. International Agrophysics 32:677-687

 

Pavelka, M. et al. 2018. Standardisation of chamber technique for CO2, N2O and CH4 fluxes measurements from terrestrial ecosystems. International Agrophysics 32:569-587

 

Rebmann, C. et al. 2018. ICOS eddy covariance flux-station site setup. International Agrophysics 32, 471-494

 

Alekseychik, P., I. Mammarella, A. Lindroth, A. Lohila, M. Aurela, T. Laurila, V. Kasurinen, M. Lund, J. Rinne, M.B. Nilsson, M. Peichl, K. Minkkinen, N.J. Shurpali, E.-S. Tuittila, P.J. Martikainen, J.-P. Tuovinen and T. Vesala, 2018. Surface energy exchange in pristine and managed boreal peatlands. Mires and Peat 21, 1–26

 

Nakhavali, M., P. Friedlingstein, R. Lauerwald, J. Tang, S. Chadburn, M. Camino-Serrano, B. Guenet, A. Harper, D. Walmsley, M. Peichl and B. Gielen, 2018. Representation of dissolved organic carbon in the JULES land surface model (vn4.4_JULES-DOCM). Geosci. Model Dev., 11, 593–609

 

Qiu, C. et al. 2018. ORCHIDEE-PEAT, a model for northern peatland CO2, water and energy fluxes on daily to annual scales. Geosci. Model Dev. 11, 497-519

 

von Buttlar, J. et al. 2018. Impacts of droughts and extreme temperature events on gross primary production and ecosystem respiration: a systematic assessment across ecosystems and climate zones. Biogeosciences 15, 1293-1318

 

Ren S., S. Yi, M. Peichl and X. Wang, 2018. Diverse responses of vegetation phenology to climate change in different grasslands in Inner Mongolia during 2000-2016. Remote Sensing 10, 17.

 

Chan F.C.C., M.A. Arain, M. Khomik, J.J. Brodeur, M. Peichl, N. Restrepo-Coupe, R. Thorne, E. Beamesderfer, S. McKenzie, B. Xu, H. Croft, M. Pejam, J. Trant, M. Kula, R. Skubel, 2018. Carbon, water and energy exchange dynamics of a young pine plantation forest during the initial fourteen years of growth. Forest Ecology and Management 410: 12–26

 

2017

Tang, X, H. Li, M. Ma, L. Yao, M. Peichl, A. Arain, X. Xu, and M. Goulden, 2017. How do disturbances and climate effects on carbon and water fluxes differ between multi-aged and even-aged coniferous forests? Science of The Total Environment 599-600: 1583–1597

 

Nijp, J.J., K. Metselaar, J. Limpens, C. Teutschbein, M. Peichl, M. B. Nilsson, and F. Berendse, S. E.A.T.M. van der Zee, 2017. Including hydrological self-regulating processes in peatland models: Effects on peatmoss drought projections. Science of The Total Environment 580: 1389-1400

 

Zhao, J., M. Peichl, and M.B. Nilsson, 2017. Long-term enhanced winter soil frost alters growing season CO2 fluxes through its impact on vegetation development in a boreal peatland. Global Change Biology 23: 3139–3153

 

Wu, C., D. Peng; K. Soudani; L. Siebicke; C.M. Gough; M.A. Arain; G. Bohrer; P.M. Lafleur; M. Peichl; A. Gonsamo; S. Xu; B. Fang; Q. Ge, 2017. Land surface phenology derived from normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) at global FLUXNET sites. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 233:171–182

 

Wandera, L., K. Mallick, G. Kiely, O. Roupsard, M. Peichl, and V. Magliulo, 2017. Upscaling instantaneous to daily evapotranspiration using modelled daily shortwave radiation for remote sensing applications: an Artificial Neural Network approach. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21: 197–215

 

2016

Zhao, J., M. Peichl, M.Öquist and M.B. Nilsson, 2016. Gross primary production controls the subsequent winter CO2 exchange in a boreal peatland. Global Change Biology (available online), doi: 10.1111/gcb.13308

 

Zhao, J., M. Peichl and M.B. Nilsson, 2016. Enhanced winter soil frost reduces methane emission during the subsequent growing season in a boreal peatland. Global Change Biology 22:750-62

 

Jurevics, A., M. Peichl, B. Olsson, M. Strömgren, and G. Egnell, 2016. Slash and stump harvest have no general impact on soil and tree biomass C pools after 32-39 years. Forest Ecology and Management 371:33-41

 

Järveoja, J., M. Peichl, M. Maddison, K. Soosaar, K. Vellak, E. Karofeld, A. Teemusk and Ü. Mander, 2016. Impact of water table level on annual carbon and greenhouse gas balances of a restored peat extraction area. Biogeosciences 13: 2637-2651

 

Järveoja, J., M. Peichl, M. Maddison, A. Teemusk and Ü. Mander, 2016. Full carbon and greenhouse gas balances of fertilized and non-fertilized reed canary grass cultivations on an abandoned peat extraction area in a dry year. Global Change Biology – Bioenergy 8:952-968

 

2015

Skubel, R., M.A. Arain, M. Peichl, J.J. Brodeur, M. Khomik, R. Thorne, J. Trant and M. Kula, 2015. Age effects on the water use efficiency and water use dynamics of temperate pine plantation Forests. Hydrological Processes 29: 4100-4113 DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10549

 

Nijp, J.J., J. Limpens, K. Metselaar, M. Peichl, M. B. Nilsson, S E.A.T.M. van der Zee and F. Berendse, 2015. Rain events decrease boreal peatland net CO2 uptake through reduced light availability. Global Change Biology 21: 2309-2320, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12864

 

Egnell, G., A. Jurevics and M. Peichl, 2015. Negative effects of stem and stump harvest and deep soil cultivation on the soil carbon and nitrogen pools are mitigated by enhanced tree growth. Forest Ecology and Management 338: 57-6715

  

2014

Abdalla, M., A. Hastings, M.A.Bell, J.U.Smith, M. Richards, M.B.Nilsson, M. Peichl, M.O. Löfvenius, M.Lund, C. Helfter, E. Nemitz, M.A. Sutton, M. Aurela, A. Lohila, T. Laurila, H. Dolman,L. Belelli-Marchesini, M. Pogson, E. Jones, J. Drewer, M. Droslerand P. Smith. Simulation of CO2and attribution analysis at six European peatland sites using the ECOSSE model.Water, Air & Soil Pollution, 225: 2182

 

Song B., S. Niu, R. Luo, Y. Luo, J. Chen, G. Yu, J. Olejnik, G. Wohlfahrt, G. Kiely, A. Noormets, L. Montagnani, A. Cescatti, V. Magliulo, B.E. Law, M. Lund, A. Varlagin, A. Raschi, M. Peichl, M.B. Nilsson and L. Merbold, 2014. Divergent apparent temperature sensitivity of terrestrial ecosystem respiration. J Plant Ecol, doi: 10.1093/jpe/rtu014.

 

Serrano, M.C., B. Gielen,  S. Luyssaert, B. Guenet, S. Vicca,  B. De Vos, N. Cools, W. Borken, B. Ahrens, N. Clarke, E. Graf-Pannatier, T. Nieminen,L. Schwendenmann, T. Moore, B. Clarkson,  M.B. Nilsson, H. Laudon, A. Don, J. Siemens, M. Peichl, A. Arain, T. Cummins, P. Ciais and I. Janssens, 2014. Factors controlling the site-to-site variability of dissolved organic carbon concentrations in soil solution. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2013GB004726.

 

Wellock, M., R. Rafique, C.M. LaPerle, M. Peichl and G. Kiely, 2014. Changes in ecosystem carbon stocks in a grassland ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) afforestation chronosequence in Ireland. Journal of Plant Ecology; available online, doi: 10.1093/jpe/rtt060

 

Wu, H.B., C.H. Peng, T.R. Moore, D. Hua, C.S. Li, Q.A. Zhu, M. Peichl, M.A. Arain and Z.T. Guo, 2014. Modeling dissolved organic carbon in temperate forest soils: TRIPLEX-DOC model development and validation. Geoscientific Model Development6(2): 3473-3508

 

2013

Ying, C., W. Shaoqiang, W. Jingyuan, M. Peichl and S. Falahatar, 2013. Dissolved organic carbon dynamics and controls of planted slash pine forest soil in subtropical region in Southern China. Journal of Resources and Ecology 4: 105–114.

 

2012

Peichl, M., Carton, O. and G. Kiely, 2012. Management effects on carbon dioxide and energy exchanges in a maritime grassland. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment 158: 132-146

 

Peichl, M., Leava, N.A., and G. Kiely, 2012. Above- and belowground ecosystem biomass, carbon and nitrogen allocation in recently afforested grassland and adjacent intensively managed grassland. Plant and Soil 350: 281-296

 

MacKay, S., M. A. Arain, M. Khomik, J. J. Brodeur, J. Schumacher, H. Hart, and M. Peichl, 2012. The impact of induced drought on transpiration and growth in a temperate pine plantation forest. Hydrological Processes 26(12): 1779-1791

 

2011 

Peichl, M., P. Leahy, and G. Kiely, 2011. Six-year stable annual uptake of carbon dioxide in intensively managed humid temperate grassland. Ecosystems 14: 112–126

 

Huang, S., M. A. Arain, V. K. Arora, F. Yuan, J. Brodeur, and M. Peichl, 2011. Analysis of nitrogen controls on carbon and water exchanges in a conifer forest using the CLASS-CTEMN+ model. Ecological Modelling 222:3743-3760

 

Rafique, R., Peichl, M., Hennessy, D., and G. Kiely, 2011. Evaluating management effects on nitrous oxide emissions from grasslands using the process based DeNitrification-DeComposition (DNDC) model. Atmospheric Environment 45(33): 6029-6039

 

2010 

Peichl, M., Arain, M.A, and J.J. Brodeur, 2010. Age effects on carbon fluxes in temperate pine forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150: 1090-1101

 

Peichl, M., Brodeur, J.J., Khomik, M., and M.A. Arain, 2010. Biometric and eddy-covariance based estimates of ecosystem carbon exchange in an age-sequence of temperate pine forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150: 952-965

 

Peichl, M., Arain, M.A., Ullah, S. and T.R. Moore, 2010. Carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide exchanges in an age-sequence of temperate pine forests. Global Change Biology 16: 2198-2212

 

Evers, A.K., Bambrick, A., Lacombe, S., Dougherty, M.C., Peichl, M., Gordon, A.M., Thevathasan, N.V., Whalen, J., and R.L. Bradley, 2010. Potential   greenhouse gas mitigation through temperate tree-based intercropping systems. The Open Agricultural Journal, 4:49-57

 

Khomik, M., M. A. Arain, J. J. Brodeur, M. Peichl, N. Restrepo-Coupe, and J. D. McLaren, 2010. Relative contributions of soil, foliar and woody tissue respiration to total ecosystem respiration in four, pine forests of different ages, Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 115, G03024, doi:10.1029/2009JG001089

 

2008 

McLaren, J.D., M.A. Arain, M. Khomik, M. Peichl, and J.J. Brodeur, 2008. Water flux components and soil water-atmospheric controls in a temperate pine forest growing in a well drained sandy soil. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113, G04031, doi:10.1029/2007JG000653

 

2007 

Peichl, M. and Arain, M.A., 2007. Allometry and partitioning of above- and belowground tree biomass in an age-sequence of white pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 253: 68-80

 

Peichl, M., Moore, T., Arain, M.A., Dalva, M., Brodkey, D., and J. McLaren, 2007. Concentrations and fluxes of dissolved organic carbon in an age-sequence of white pine plantation forests in southern Ontario, Canada. Biogeochemistry 86: 1-17

 

2006 

Peichl, M. and M.A. Arain, 2006. Above- and belowground ecosystem biomass and carbon pools in an age-sequence of white pine plantations in southern Ontario, Canada. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 140: 51-63

 

Peichl, M., Thevathasan, N.V., Huss, J. and A.M. Gordon, 2006. Carbon sequestration potentials in temperate tree-based intercropping systems in southern Ontario, Canada. Agroforestry Systems 66: 243-257

 

M. Kohler, B. Köckemann, M. Peichl, J. Schmitt and A. Reif, 2006. Impacts of the drought 2003 on the crown condition of suppressed and intermediate beech trees (Fagus sylvatica L.) at the ecotone between beech and downy oak forest in the nature reserve Innerberg, Sudbaden. Allgemeine Forst und Jagdzeitung 177: 86-91 


Contact
Senior Lecturer at the Department of Forest Ecology and Management; Mark, vegetation, luft och interaktion
Telephone: +46907868463
Work description: My research focus is on the terrestrial biosphere-atmosphere exchanges of water, energy and greenhouse gases. My special interest is the role of plant phenology as a control on these exchange processes.
Postal address:
SLU,
Skogens ekologi och skötsel
901 83 Umeå
Visiting address: Skogsmarksgränd 17, Umeå