Jesper Björklund
Jesper Björklund
Doctor of Physical Geography
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Potential changes in outdoor thermal comfort conditions in Gothenburg, Sweden due to climate change: the influence of urban geometry
S Thorsson, F Lindberg, J Björklund, B Holmer, D Rayner
International Journal of Climatology 31 (2), 324-335, 2011
A global multiproxy database for temperature reconstructions of the Common Era
J Emile-Geay, NP McKay, DS Kaufman, L Von Gunten, J Wang, ...
Scientific data 4, 170088, 2017
Dendroclimatology in Fennoscandia–from past accomplishments to future potential
HW Linderholm, JA Björklund, K Seftigen, BE Gunnarson, H Grudd, ...
Blue intensity and density from northern Fennoscandian tree rings, exploring the potential to improve summer temperature reconstructions with earlywood information
JA Björklund, BE Gunnarson, K Seftigen, J Esper, HW Linderholm
Climate of the Past 10 (2), 877-885, 2014
Fennoscandia revisited: a spatially improved tree-ring reconstruction of summer temperatures for the last 900 years
HW Linderholm, J Björklund, K Seftigen, BE Gunnarson, M Fuentes
Climate Dynamics 45 (3-4), 933-947, 2015
Cell size and wall dimensions drive distinct variability of earlywood and latewood density in Northern Hemisphere conifers
J Björklund, K Seftigen, F Schweingruber, P Fonti, G von Arx, ...
New Phytologist 216 (3), 728-740, 2017
Advances towards improved low-frequency tree-ring reconstructions, using an updated Pinus sylvestris L. MXD network from the Scandinavian Mountains
JA Björklund, BE Gunnarson, PJ Krusic, H Grudd, T Josefsson, L Östlund, ...
Theoretical and applied climatology 113 (3-4), 697-710, 2013
A tree-ring field reconstruction of Fennoscandian summer hydroclimate variability for the last millennium
K Seftigen, J Björklund, ER Cook, HW Linderholm
Climate Dynamics 44 (11-12), 3141-3154, 2015
Using adjusted blue intensity data to attain high-quality summer temperature information: a case study from Central Scandinavia
J Björklund, BE Gunnarson, K Seftigen, P Zhang, HW Linderholm
The Holocene 25 (3), 547-556, 2015
New research perspectives from a novel approach to quantify tracheid wall thickness
AL Prendin, G Petit, M Carrer, P Fonti, J Björklund, G von Arx
Tree physiology 37 (7), 976-983, 2017
1200 years of warm-season temperature variability in central Scandinavia inferred from tree-ring density
P Zhang, HW Linderholm, BE Gunnarson, J Björklund, D Chen
Climate of the Past 12 (6), 1297-1312, 2016
When tree rings go global: challenges and opportunities for retro-and prospective insight
F Babst, P Bodesheim, N Charney, AD Friend, MP Girardin, S Klesse, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 197, 1-20, 2018
Growth dynamics of tree-line and lake-shore Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in the central Scandinavian Mountains during the Medieval Climate Anomaly and the early Little Ice Age
HW Linderholm, P Zhang, BE Gunnarson, J Björklund, E Farahat, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2, 20, 2014
The potential of deriving tree-ring-based field reconstructions of droughts and pluvials over Fennoscandia
K Seftigen, ER Cook, HW Linderholm, M Fuentes, J Björklund
Journal of Climate 28 (9), 3453-3471, 2015
A 970-year-long summer temperature reconstruction from Rogen, west-central Sweden, based on blue intensity from tree rings
M Fuentes, R Salo, J Björklund, K Seftigen, P Zhang, B Gunnarson, ...
The Holocene 28 (2), 254-266, 2018
Forests on drained agricultural peatland are potentially large sources of greenhouse gases–insights from a full rotation period simulation
H He, PE Jansson, M Svensson, J Björklund, L Tarvainen, L Klemedtsson, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (8), 2305-2318, 2016
RAPTOR: Row and position tracheid organizer in R
RL Peters, D Balanzategui, AG Hurley, G von Arx, AL Prendin, HE Cuny, ...
Dendrochronologia 47, 10-16, 2018
The climatic drivers of NDVI and tree-ring based estimates of forest productivity are spatially coherent but temporally decoupled in Northern Hemispheric forests
K Seftigen, DC Frank, J Björklund, F Babst, B Poulter
Glob. Ecol. Biogeogr, 2018
The influence of elevational differences in absolute maximum density values on regional climate reconstructions
P Zhang, J Björklund, HW Linderholm
Trees 29 (4), 1259-1271, 2015
Increased sensitivity to drought across successional stages in natural Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) forests of the Calimani Mountains, Romania
K Svobodová, T Langbehn, J Björklund, M Rydval, V Trotsiuk, ...
Trees 33 (5), 1345-1359, 2019
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