I am the research coordinator for CEC. I work with strategic research initiation, mainly interdisciplinary research and research in collaboration with stakeholders, aiming to develop community-relevant environmental and climate research. I am also a contact point for researchers at CEC and in the CEC Fellows network. Further, I keep track of relevant upcoming funding opportunities, as well as trends and development of the national and international research funding landscape, and give support to researchers writing applications to external funders, mainly regarding aspects of societal relevance, dialogue with stakeholders, and communication.
My background is as a researcher in Applied Environmental Science and Plant Ecophysiology, and I have also worked as a senior analyst at the Department of Research Policy at the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet).
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- Physiological acclimation dampens initial effects of elevated temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentration in mature boreal Norway spruceShubhangi Lamba, Marianne Hall, Mats Räntfors, Nitin Chaudhary, Sune Linder, et al.
(2018) Plant Cell and Environment, 41 p.300-313
(2015) Functional Ecology
(2015) Klimatsäkrat Skåne, 2 p.229-240
(2015) Klimatsäkrat Skåne, 2 p.221-228
(2015) Klimatsäkrat Skåne, 2 p.81-90
(2015) Klimatsäkrat Skåne, 2 p.73-79
(2015) Klimatsäkrat Skåne, 2 p.13-20
- Production, biodiversity and climate change mitigation : challenges and opportunities for modern forestryMarianne Hall, Henrik Smith
(2015) Forests and mankind : the relationship must be made sustainable , p.9-17
(2015) Klimatsäkrat Skåne, 2 p.91-108
- Sustaining ecosystem services : overcoming the dilemma posed by local actions and planetary boundariesMatthias Jonas, Jean Pierre Ometto, Mateus Batistella, Oskar Franklin, Marianne Hall, et al.
(2014) Earth´s Future, 2 p.407-420
- Spring photosynthetic recovery of boreal Norway spruce under conditions of elevated [CO2] and air temperatureGoran Wallin, Marianne Hall, Michelle Slaney, Mats Rantfors, Jane Medhurst, et al.
(2013) Tree Physiology, 33 p.1177-1191
- Which are the most important parameters for modelling carbon assimilation in boreal Norway spruce under elevated [CO2] and temperature conditions?Marianne Hall, Belinda E Medlyn, Gab Abramowitz, Oskar Franklin, Mats Räntfors, et al.
(2013) Tree Physiology, 33 p.1156-1176
(2013) 15 nedslag i klimatforskningen : dåtid, nutid, framtid , p.85-98
(2013) Klimat i Fokus, 1
(2013) Klimat i Fokus, 2
(2012) RioPlus Business Magazine , p.142-143
- Carbon dioxide exchange of buds and developing shoots of boreal Norway spruce exposed to elevated or ambient CO2 concentration and temperature in whole-tree chambersMarianne Hall, Mats Räntfors, Sune Linder, Michelle Slaney, Göran Wallin
(2009) Tree Physiology, 29 p.467-481
(2007) Tree Physiology, 27 p.749-756
(2005) Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 132 p.115-131