My research is focused on plant growth, plant phenology, ecosystem biomass production, and their environmental drivers. I investigate all major terrestrial ecosystems, in particularly temperate forests and arctic tundra. I work at individual-, ecosystem- and global scale, at seasonal and annual level, adopting field-work, data-analysis and modeling. My research deals with both fundamental questions as well as applications about ecosystem modelling within climate models, global carbon cycle and the anthropogenic impact on ecosystem biomass production.
Example of publications:
Bertold M, Balzarolo M, Dox I, Leys S, Marchand LJ, Geron C, Portillo-Estrada M, AbdElgawad, H, Asard H, CAMPIOLI M 2019. Detecting the onset of autumn leaf senescence in deciduous forest trees of the temperate zone. New Phytologist 224: 166-176.
Fu YSH, Piao SL, Delpierre N, Hao F, Hänninen H, Liu Y, Sun W, Janssens I, Campioli M 2018. Larger temperature response of autumn leaf senescence than spring leaf-out phenology. Global Change Biology 24: 2159-2168.
CAMPIOLI M et al 2016. Evaluating the convergence between eddy-covariance and biometric methods for assessing carbon budgets of forests. Nature Communications 7:13717
CAMPIOLI M et al 2015. Biomass production efficiency controlled by management in temperate and boreal ecosystems. Nature Geoscience 8:843-846
Fernández-Martínez M et al 2014. Fertility matters most for forest carbon balance around the globe. Nature Climate Change 4:471-476