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Rodríguez-Calcerrada J.  2014.  Stem {CO2} efflux and its contribution to ecosystem {CO2} efflux decrease with drought in a {Mediterranean} forest stand. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. :12.
Rodríguez-Calcerrada J, Limousin J-M, Martin-StPaul NK, Jaeger C, Rambal S.  2012.  Gas exchange and leaf aging in an evergreen oak: causes and consequences for leaf carbon balance and canopy respiration. Tree Physiology. 32:14.
Roguet A, Laigle GS, Therial C, Bressy A, Soulignac F, Catherine A, Lacroix G, Jardillier L, Bonhomme C, Lerch TZ et al..  2015.  Neutral community model explains the bacterial community assembly in freshwater lakes. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 91:fiv125.
Roitto M, Sutinen S, Wang A-F, Domisch T, Lehto T, Repo T.  2019.  Waterlogging and soil freezing during dormancy affected root and shoot phenology and growth of Scots pine saplings. 39:805–818.
Roscher C, Karlowsky S, Milcu A, Gessler A, Jesch A, Lange M, Mellado-va P, Strecker T, Landais D, Ravel O et al..  2019.  Functional composition has stronger impact than species richness on carbon gain and allocation in experimental grasslands. PloS one. 14:e0204715.
Roy J, Bonneville J-M, Saccone P, Ibanez S, Albert CH, Boleda M, Guéguen M, Ohlmann M, Rioux D, Clément J-C et al..  2018.  Differences in the fungal communities nursed by two genetic groups of the alpine cushion plant, {Silene} acaulis. Ecology and Evolution. 8:11568–11581.
Roy J, Picon-Cochard C, Augusti A, Benot M-L, Thierry L, Darsonville O, Landais D, Piel C, Defossez M, Devidal S et al..  2016.  Elevated {CO2} maintains grassland net carbon uptake under a future heat and drought extreme. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 113:6224–6229..
Roy J, Tardieu F, Tixier-Boichard M, Schurr U.  2017.  European infrastructures for sustainable agriculture. Nature Plants. 3:756–758.
Roy J, Rineau F, De Boeck HJ, Nijs I, Pütz T, Abiven S, Arnone JA, Barton CVM, Beenaerts N, Brüggemann N et al..  2021.  Ecotrons: Powerful and versatile ecosystem analysers for ecology, agronomy and environmental science. 27:1387–1407.
Ruffault J, Martin-StPaul NK, Rambal S, Mouillot F.  2013.  Differential regional responses in drought length, intensity and timing to recent climate changes in a {Mediterranean} forested ecosystem. Climatic Change. :15.
Ruiz MGallardo, Le Galliard J-F, Tully T.  2017.  Genetic variation in light vision and light-dependent movement behaviour in the eyeless {Collembola} {Folsomia} candida. Pedobiologia. 61:33–41.
Ryhti K, Kulmala L, Pumpanen J, Isotalo J, Pihlatie M, Helmisaari H-S, Leppälammi-Kujansuu J, Kieloaho A-J, Bäck J, Heinonsalo J.  2021.  Partitioning of forest floor {CO}2 emissions reveals the belowground interactions between different plant groups in a Scots pine stand in southern Finland. 297:108266.
Ryu Y.  2012.  On the temporal upscaling of evapotranspiration from instantaneous remote sensing measurements to 8-day mean daily-sums. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. :11.
Saarnio S, Räty M, Hyrkäs M, Virkajärvi P.  2018.  Biochar addition changed the nutrient content and runoff water quality from the top layer of a grass field during simulated snowmelt. 265:156–165.
Salomón RL, Limousin J-M, Ourcival J-M, Rodríguez-Calcerrada J, Steppe K.  2017.  Stem hydraulic capacitance decreases with drought stress: implications for modelling tree hydraulics in the {Mediterranean} oak \textit{{Quercus} ilex}: {Seasonality} in stem hydraulic capacitance. Plant, Cell & Environment. 40:1379–1391.
Salomón RL, Steppe K, Ourcival JM, Villers S, Rodríguez‐Calcerrada J, Schapman R, Limousin JM.  2020.  Hydraulic acclimation in a {Mediterranean} oak subjected to permanent throughfall exclusion results in increased stem hydraulic capacitance. Plant, Cell & Environment. 43:1528–1544.
Samaké A, Bonin A, Jaffrezo J.-L., Taberlet P, Weber S, Uzu G, Jacob V, Conil S, Martins JMF.  2020.  High levels of primary biogenic organic aerosols are driven by only a few plant-associated microbial taxa. Atmos. Chem. Phys.. 20:5609–5628.
Samaké A, Martins JMF, Bonin A, Uzu G, Taberlet P, Conil S, Favez O, Thomasson A, Chazeau B, Marchand N et al..  2021.  Variability of the {Atmospheric} {PM10} {Microbiome} in {Three} {Climatic} {Regions} of {France}. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11
Santiago LS, De Guzman ME, Baraloto C, Vogenberg JE, Brodie M, Hérault B, Fortunel C, Bonal D.  2018.  Coordination and trade‐offs among hydraulic safety, efficiency and drought avoidance traits in {Amazonian} rainforest canopy tree species. New Phytologist.
Santonja M, Fernandez C, Proffit M, Gers C, Gauquelin T, Reiter IM, Cramer W, Baldy V.  2017.  Plant litter mixture partly mitigates the negative effects of extended drought on soil biota and litter decomposition in a {Mediterranean} oak forest. Journal of Ecology. 105:801–815.
Santonja M, Foucault Q, Rancon A, Gauquelin T, Fernandez C, Baldy V, Mirleau P.  2018.  Contrasting responses of bacterial and fungal communities to plant litter diversity in a {Mediterranean} oak forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 125:27–36.
Santonja M, Baldy V, Fernandez C, Balesdent J, Gauquelin T.  2015.  Potential {Shift} in {Plant} {Communities} with {Climate} {Change}: {Outcome} on {Litter} {Decomposition} and {Nutrient} {Release} in a {Mediterranean} {Oak} {Forest}. Ecosystems. 18:1253–1268.
Santonja M, Fernandez C, Gauquelin T, Baldy V.  2015.  Climate change effects on litter decomposition: intensive drought leads to a strong decrease of litter mixture interactions. Plant and Soil. 393:69–82.
Saunier A, Ormeño E, Wortham H, Temime-Roussel B, Lecareux C, Boissard C, Fernandez C.  2017.  Chronic {Drought} {Decreases} {Anabolic} and {Catabolic} {BVOC} {Emissions} of {Quercus} pubescens in a {Mediterranean} {Forest}. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8:71.
Saunier A, Ormeño E, Boissard C, Wortham H, Temime-Roussel B, Lecareux C, Armengaud A, Fernandez C.  2017.  Effect of mid-term drought on {Quercus} pubescens {BVOCs}' emission seasonality and their dependency on light and/or temperature. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:7555–7566.