Half Title Page.
1: Introduction into the Scope and Structure of the Book.
2: Climate Change, Air Pollution and Global Challenges: Understanding and Perspectives from Forest Research.
3: Interactions between Trace Gases, Climate Change and Vegetation.
4: Gaseous Exchange between Forests and the Atmosphere.
5: Nutrients or Pollutants? Nitrogen Deposition to European Forests.
6: Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds and Their Impacts on Biosphere–Atmosphere Interactions.
7: Air Pollution Risks to Northern European Forests in a Changing Climate.
8: Significance of Biotic Processes in Forest Ecosystem Response.
9: Ozone Research, Quo Vadis? Lessons from the Free-Air Canopy Fumigation Experiment at Kranzberg Forest.
10: Soil Respiration and Soil Organic Matter Decomposition in Response to Climate Change.
11: Mycorrhizosphere Complexity.
12: Tree and Forest Responses to InterActing ElevAted Atmospheric Co2 And Tropospheric O3: A Synthesis of ExperimentAl Evidence.
13: Belowground Carbon Cycling at Aspen FACE: Dynamic Responses to Co2 and O3 in Developing Forests.
14: Impacts of Atmospheric Change on Tree–arthropod Interactions.
15: Mechanistic and Diagnostic Understanding for Risk Assessment and Up-scaling.
16: Flux-Based Ozone Risk Assessment for Adult Beech and Spruce Forests.
17: Integrative Leaf-Level Phytotoxic Ozone Dose Assessment for Forest Risk Modelling.
18: Integrated Studies on Abiotic Stress Defence in Trees: The Case of Ozone.
19: Metabolomics and Transcriptomics Increase Our Understanding about Defence Responses and Genotypic Differences of Northern Deciduous Trees to Elevating Ozone, Co2 and Climate Warming.
20: Global Dimension of Air Pollution as Part of Climate Change.
21: Interactive Effects of Air Pollution and Climate Change on Forest Ecosystems in the United States: Current Understanding and Future Scenarios.
22: Effects of Ozone on Forest Ecosystems in East and Southeast Asia.
23: Impacts of Air Pollution and Climate Change on Plants: Implications for India.
24: Land Use Change, Air Pollution and Climate Change—vegetation Response in Latin America.
25: Ozone Concentrations and Their Potential Impacts on Vegetation in Southern Africa.
26: Wildland Fires: Monitoring, Plume Modelling, Impact on Atmospheric Composition and Climate.
27: The Potential of “supersites” for Research on Forest Ecosystems.
28: Towards Supersites in Forest Ecosystem Monitoring and Research.
29: Key Indicators of Air Pollution and Climate Change Impacts at Forest Supersites.
30: Knowledge Transfer and Socio-Economic Aspects.
31: Forest Ecosystem Services under Climate Change and Air Pollution.
32: Targeting Sustainable Provision of Forest Ecosystem Services with Special Focus on Carbon Sequestration.
33: Global Change and the Role of Forests in Future Land-Use Systems.
35: Conclusions and Perspectives.