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Peters, Richard L. and Steppe, Kathy and Pappas, Christoforos and Zweifel, Roman and Babst, Flurin and Dietrich, Lars and von Arx, Georg and Poyatos, Rafael and Fonti, Marina and Fonti, Patrick and Grossiord, Charlotte and Gharun, Mana and Buchmann, Nina and Steger, David N. and Kahmen, Ansgar. (2023) Daytime stomatal regulation in mature temperate trees prioritizes stem rehydration at night. New Phytologist, 239 (2). pp. 533-546.

Schaerer, Marie-Louise and Dietrich, Lars and Kundel, Dominika and Maeder, Paul and Kahmen, Ansgar. (2022) Reduced plant water use can explain higher soil moisture in organic compared to conventional farming systems. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 332. ARTN 107915.

Kahmen, Ansgar and Buser, Till and Hoch, Guenter and Grun, Georges and Dietrich, Lars. (2021) Dynamic H-2 irrigation pulse labelling reveals rapid infiltration and mixing of precipitation in the soil and species-specific water uptake depths of trees in a temperate forest. ECOHYDROLOGY, 14 (6). ARTN e2322.

Dietrich, Lars and Kahmen, Ansgar. (2019) Water relations of drought-stressed temperate trees benefit from short drought-intermitting rainfall events. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 265. pp. 70-77.

Dietrich, Lars and Delzon, Sylvain and Hoch, Guenter and Kahmen, Ansgar. (2019) No role for xylem embolism or carbohydrate shortage in temperate trees during the severe 2015 drought. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 107 (1). pp. 334-349.

Dietrich, Lars and Zweifel, Roman and Kahmen, Ansgar. (2018) Daily stem diameter variations can predict the canopy water status of mature temperate trees. Tree physiology, 00. pp. 1-12.

Dietrich, Lars and Hoch, Günter and Kahmen, Ansgar and Körner, Christian. (2018) Losing half the conductive area hardly impacts the water status of mature trees. Scientific Reports, 8. p. 15006.

Dietrich, Lars and Körner, Christian. (2014) Thermal imaging reveals massive heat accumulation in flowers across a broad spectrum of alpine taxa. Alpine botany, Vol. 124, H. 1. pp. 27-35.