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Zou K, Thébault E, Lacroix G, Barot S.  2016.  Interactions between the green and brown food web determine ecosystem functioning. Functional Ecology. 30:1454–1465.
Zobel M, Davison J, Edwards ME, Brochmann C, Coissac E, Taberlet P, Willerslev E, Moora M.  2018.  Ancient environmental {DNA} reveals shifts in dominant mutualisms during the late {Quaternary}. Nature Communications. 9:139.
Zingel P, Cremona F, Nõges T, Cao Y, Neif ÉM, Coppens J, Işkın U, Lauridsen TL, Davidson TA, Søndergaard M et al..  2018.  Effects of warming and nutrients on the microbial food web in shallow lake mesocosms. 64:1–12.
Ziegler C, Coste S, Stahl C, Delzon S, Levionnois S, Cazal J, Cochard H, Esquivel-Muelbert A, Goret J-Y, Heuret P et al..  2019.  Large hydraulic safety margins protect {Neotropical} canopy rainforest tree species against hydraulic failure during drought. Annals of Forest Science. 76:115.
Zhu X, Zhu T, Pumpanen J, Palviainen M, Zhou X, Kulmala L, Bruckman VJ, Köster E, Köster K, Aaltonen H et al..  2020.  Short-term effects of biochar on soil {CO}2 efflux in boreal Scots pine forests. 77
Zhou Y, Zhou L, Zhang Y, de Souza JGarcia, Podgorski DC, Spencer RGM, Jeppesen E, Davidson TA.  2019.  Autochthonous dissolved organic matter potentially fuels methane ebullition from experimental lakes. 166:115048.
Zhou Y, Davidson TA, Yao X, Zhang Y, Jeppesen E, de Souza JGarcia, Wu H, Shi K, Qin B.  2018.  How autochthonous dissolved organic matter responds to eutrophication and climate warming: Evidence from a cross-continental data analysis and experiments. 185:928–937.
Zhi Y, Cao Y, Sun J, Li W, Jeppesen E.  2018.  Indirect effects of extreme precipitation on the growth of Vallisneria denseserrulata Makino. 153:229–235.
Zhen W, Zhang X, Guan B, Yin C, Yu J, Jeppesen E, Zhao X, Liu Z.  2018.  Stocking of herbivorous fish in eutrophic shallow clear-water lakes to reduce standing height of submerged macrophytes while maintaining their biomass. 113:61–64.
Zhao J, De Notaris C, Olesen JEivind.  2020.  Autumn-based vegetation indices for estimating nitrate leaching during autumn and winter in arable cropping systems. 290:106786.
Zhao Y., Ciais P., Peylin P., Viovy N., Longdoz B., Bonnefond J.M, Rambal S., Klumpp K., Olioso A., Cellier P. et al..  2012.  How errors on meteorological variables impact simulated ecosystem fluxes: a case study for six {French} sites. Biogeosciences. 9:2537–2564.
Zagorski D, Hartmann M, Bertrand YJK, Paštová L, Slavíková R, Josefiová J, Fehrer J.  2020.  Characterization and {Dynamics} of {Repeatomes} in {Closely} {Related} {Species} of {Hieracium} ({Asteraceae}) and {Their} {Synthetic} and {Apomictic} {Hybrids}. Frontiers in Plant Science. 11
Yuan W.  2014.  Vegetation-specific model parameters are not required for estimating gross primary production. Ecological Modelling. :10.
Yu J, Xia M, Kong M, He H, Guan B, Liu Z, Jeppesen E.  2020.  A small omnivorous bitterling fish (Acheilognathus macropterus) facilitates dominance of cyanobacteria, rotifers and Limnodrilus in an outdoor mesocosm experiment. 27:23862–23870.
Yu J, He H, Liu Z, Jeppesen E, Chen F, Zhang Y.  2019.  Carbon Transfer from Cyanobacteria to Pelagic and Benthic Consumers in a Subtropical Lake: Evidence from a 13C Labelling Experiment. 11:1536.
Yu J, Xia M, He H, Jeppesen E, Guan B, Ren Z, Elser JJ, Liu Z.  2020.  The host mussel Sinanodonta woodiana alleviates negative effects of a small omnivorous fish (Acheilognathus macropterus) on water quality: A mesocosm experiment. 39:752–761.
Yu Q, Wang H-Z, Xu C, Li Y, Ma S-N, Liang X-M, Jeppesen E, Wang H-J.  2018.  Higher Tolerance of Canopy-Forming Potamogeton crispus Than Rosette-Forming Vallisneria natans to High Nitrogen Concentration as Evidenced From Experiments in 10 Ponds With Contrasting Nitrogen Levels. 9
Yli-Halla M, Lötjönen T, Kekkonen J, Virtanen S, Marttila H, Liimatainen M, Saari M, Mikkola J, Suomela R, Joki-Tokola E.  2022.  Thickness of peat influences the leaching of substances and greenhouse gas emissions from a cultivated organic soil. 806:150499.
Yguel B, Piponiot C, Mirabel A, Dourdain A, Hérault B, Gourlet-Fleury S, Forget P-M, Fontaine C.  2019.  Beyond species richness and biomass: {Impact} of selective logging and silvicultural treatments on the functional composition of a neotropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 433:528–534.
Ye D, Gibson JC, Suarez AV.  2020.  Effects of {Abdominal} {Rotation} on {Jump} {Performance} in the {Ant} {Gigantiops} destructor ({Hymenoptera}, {Formicidae}). Integrative Organismal Biology. 2
Yang L, He H, Guan B, Yu J, Yao Z, Zhen W, Yin C, Wang Q, Jeppesen E, Liu Z.  2020.  Mesocosm experiment reveals a strong positive effect of snail presence on macrophyte growth, resulting from control of epiphyton and nuisance filamentous algae: Implications for shallow lake management. 705:135958.
Yang X., Liao M., Zhang L., Tebaldini S..  2019.  Forest {Height} {Retrieval} in {Tropical} {Areas} {Using} {P}-{Band} {Multibaseline} {SAR} {Data}. 2019 6th {Asia}-{Pacific} {Conference} on {Synthetic} {Aperture} {Radar} ({APSAR}). :1–5.