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Peer-reviewed publications (ISI)


Hagedorn F, Joseph J, Luster J, Peter M, Pritsch K, Geppert, Kerner R, Molinier V, Egli S, Schaub M, Liu J-F, Li M, Weiler M, Siegwolf R, Gessler A, Arend M (2016) Recovery of trees from drought depends on belowground sink control. Nature Plants 2:

Bol R, Julich D, Brödlin D, Siemens J, Dippold M, Spielvogel, S, Zilla T, Mewes D, von Blanckenburg, F, Puhlmann H, Holzmann S, Kaiser K, Weiler M, Amelung W, Lang F, Kuzyakov Y, Feger K-H; Gottselig N, Klumpp E, Missong A, Winkelmann C, Uhlig D, Sohrt J, von Wilpert K, Wu B, Hagedorn F (2016) Dissolved and colloidal phosphorus transport in forest ecosystem ̶ an almost blind spot in ecosystem research. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 179, 425–438 DOI: 10.1002/jpln.201600079.

Dawes, M.A.; Schleppi, P.; Hättenschwiler, S.; Rixen, C.; Hagedorn, F (2016): Soil warming opens the nitrogen cycle at treeline. Global Change Biology doi: 10.1111/gcb.13365

Ferrari A, Hagedorn F, Niklaus PA (2016): Experimental soil warming and cooling alters the partitioning of recent assimilates: evidence from a 14C-labelling study at the alpine treeline. Oecologia 180, 257-264.

Gazazov K, Hagedorn F, Siegwolf R, Bragazza L (online): Environmental drivers of carbon and nitrogen isotopic signature in peatland vascular plants along an altitude gradient. Oecologia. DOI 10.1007/s00442-015-3458-4

Van der Voort T, Hagedorn F, McIntyre C, Zell C, Walthert L, Schleppi P, Feng X, Eglington T (2016) Variability in 14C contents of soil organic matter at the plot and regional scale across climatic and geologic gradients. Biogeosciences.

Zhou Y., Hagedorn F, Zhou C, Geng C, Li M-H (2016) Experimental warming of a mountain tundra increases soil CO2 effluxes and enhances CH4 and N2O uptake at Changbai Mountain, China. Scientific Reports 6:21108 | DOI: 10.1038/srep21108


Dawes M, Philipson C, Fonti P, Bebi P, Hättenschwiler S, Hagedorn F, Rixen C (2015) Soil warming and CO2 enrichment induce biomass shifts in alpine treeline vegetation. Global Change Biology 21, 2005-2021.

Dymov AA, Zhangurov EV, Hagedorn F (2015) Soil organic matter composition along altitudinal gradients in permafrost affected soils of the Subpolar Ural Mountains. Catena 131, 140-148.

Griepentrog M, Eglington TI, Hagedorn F, Schmidt MWI, Wiesenberg GLB (2015) Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and nitrogen deposition on fatty acid molecular and isotope composition of above- and belowground tree biomass and forest soil density fractions. Global Change Biology 21, 473-486.

Hagedorn F, Bruderhofer N, Ferrari A, Niklaus PA (2015): Tracking litter-derived dissolved organic matter along a soil chronosequence using 14C imaging: Biodegradation, physico-chemical retention or preferential flow? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88, 333-343.

Karbin S, Hagedorn F, Dawes MA, Niklaus PA (2015): Treeline soil warming does not affect soil methane fluxes and the spatial micro-distribution of methanotrophic bacteria. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 86, 164-171.

Schwaab J, Bavay M, Davin E, Hagedorn F, Huesler F, Lehnig M, Schneebeli M, Thürig E, Bebi P (2015) Carbon storage versus albedo change: radiative forcing of forest expansion in temperate mountainous regions of Switzerland. Biogeosciences 12, 467-487.


Anadon-Rosell A, Rixen C, Cherubini P, Wipf S, Hagedorn F, Dawes MA (2014) Growth and phenology of three dwarf shrub species in a six-year soil warming experiment at the alpine treeline. PLoS ONE 9: e100577. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0100577

Büntgen U, Tegel W, Kaplan JO, Schaub M, Hagedorn F, Bürgi M, Brázdil R, Helle G, Carrer M, Heussner K-U, Hofmann J, Kontic R, Kyncl T, Kyncl J, Camarero JJ, Tinner W, Esper J, Liebhold A (2014) Placing unprecedented recent fir growth in a European-wide and Holocene-long context. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12, 100-106. doi: 10.1890/130089.

Dawes MA Zweifel R, Dawes N, Rixen C, Hagedorn F (2014) CO2 enrichment alters diurnal stem radius fluctuations of 36-year-old Larix decidua growing at the alpine treeline. New Phytologist 202, 1237-1248. doi: 10.1111/nph.12742

Dümig A, Veste M, Hagedorn F, Fischer T, Lange P, Spröte R, Kögel-Knabner I (2014) Organic matter from biological soil crusts induces the initial formation of sandy temperate soils. Catena 122, 196-208.

Griepentrog M, Bodé S, Boeckx P, Hagedorn F, Heim A, Schmidt MWI (2014) Nitrogen deposition promotes the production of new fungal residues but retards the decomposition of old residues in forest soil fractions. Global Change Biology 20, 327–340, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12374

Hagedorn F, Shiyatov SG, Mazepa VS, Devi NM, Grigor’ev A, Bartish AA, Fomin VV, Kapralov DS, Terent’ev M, Bugmann H, Rigling A, Moiseev PA (2014) Treeline advances along the Ural mountain range – driven by improved winter conditions? Global Change Biology 20, 3530-3543, doi:10.1111/gcb.12613

Hagedorn F, Joos O (2014) Experimental summer drought reduces soil CO2 effluxes and DOC leaching in Swiss grassland soils along an elevational gradient. Biogeochemistry 117, 395-412. DOI 10.1007/s10533-013-9881-x

Li J-M, Jin Z-X, Hagedorn F., LiM-H (2014) Short-term parasite-infection alters already the biomass, activity and functional diversity of soil microbial communities. Scientific Reports 4, 6895, doi: 10.1038/srep06895.

Streit K, Hagedorn F, Hiltbrunner D, Portmann M, Saurer M, Buchmann N, Wild B, Richter A, Wipf, S, Siegwolf RTW (2014) Soil warming alters microbial substrate use in alpine soils. Global Change Biology 20, 1327-1338, doi:10.1111/gcb.12396.

Streit K, Siegwolf RTW, Hagedorn F, Schaub M, Buchmann N (2014) Lack of photosynthetic or stomatal regulation after nine years of elevated [CO2] and four years of soil warming in two conifer species at the alpine treeline. Plant, Cell and Environment 37, 315 - 326. doi: 10.1111/pce.12197


Bader MK-F, Leuzinger S, Keel S , Siegwolf RTW, Hagedorn F, Schleppi P, Körner C (2013) Central European hardwood trees in a high-CO2 future: synthesis of an 8-year forest canopy CO2 enrichment project. Journal of Ecology 101, 1509-1519. doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12149

Dawes MA, Hagedorn F, Handa IT, Streit K, Ekblad A, Rixen C, Körner C, Hättenschwiler C (2013) An alpine treelines in a CO2-rich world: synthesis of a nine year free air CO2 enrichment study. Oecologia 171, 623-637.

Guelland K, Hagedorn F, Smittenberg RH, Göransson H, Bernasconi, SM, Hajdas I, Kretzschmar, R, (2013): Evolution of carbon fluxes during initial soil formation along the forefield of Damma glacier, Switzerland. Biogeochemistry 113, 545-561. DOI 10.1007/s10533-012-9785-1

Guelland, K, Esperschütz, J, Bornhauser, D, Bernasconi, SM, Kretzschmar, R, Hagedorn F (2013) Mineralisation and leaching of C from 13C labelled plant litter along an initial soil chronosequence of a glacier forefield. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 237-247.

Hagedorn F, Hiltbrunner D, Streit K, Ekblad A, Lindahl B, Miltner A, Frey B, Handa IT, Hättenschwiler S (2013) Nine years of CO2 enrichment at the Alpine treeline stimulates soil respiration but does not alter soil microbial communities. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 390-400.

Hiltbrunner, D, Zimmermann, S, Hagedorn, F. (2013) Afforestation with Norway spruce on a subalpine pasture alters carbon dynamics but only moderately affects soil carbon storage. Biogeochemistry 115, 251-266. DOI 10.1007/s10533-013-9832-6.

Mariotte P, Vandenberghe C, Hagedorn F, Buttler A (2013) Subordinate plant species enhance community resistance against drought in semi-natural grasslands. Journal of Ecology 101, 763-777.

Merbold L, Steinlin C, Hagedorn F (2013) Winter greenhouse gas emissions (CO2, CH4 and N2O) from a sub-‐alpine grassland. Biogeosciences 10, 3185-3203

Mohn J, Steinlin C, Merbold L, Emmenegger L, Hagedorn F (2013): N2O Emissions and Source Processes in snow-covered Soils in the Swiss Alps. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 49, 520-531.

Risse-Buhl U, Hagedorn F, Dümig A, Gessner MO, Schaaf W, Nii-Annang S , Gerull L, Mutz M (2013) Dynamics, Chemical Properties and Bioavailability of DOC in an Early Successional Catchment. Biogeosciences 10, 4751-4765. doi:10.5194/bg-10-4751-2013

Streit K, Rinne KT, Hagedorn F, Dawes MA, Saurer M, Hoch G, Werner RA, Buchmann N, Siegwolf RTW (2013) Tracing fresh assimilates through Larix deciduas exposed to elevated CO2 and soil warming at the alpine treeline using compound-specific stable isotope analysis. New Phytologist 197, 838-849.

Zurbriggen N, Hättenschwiler S, Frei ES, Hagedorn F, Bebi P (2013) Performance of germinating tree seedlings below and above treeline in the Swiss Alps. Plant Ecology 214, 385-396.


Dieleman W, Vicca, S., Dijkstra F, Hagedorn F, Hovenden M, Larsen K, Morgan J, Volder A, Beier C, Dukes J, King J, Leuzinger S, Linder S, Oren R, Tingey D, Hoosbeek M, Lup Y, Janssens I (2012) Simple additive effects are rare: a quantitative review of plant biomass and soil process responses to combined manipulations of CO2 and temperature. Global Change Biology 18, 2681-2693. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02745.x

Hagedorn F, Kammer A, Schmidt MWI, Goodale CL (2012) Nitrogen addition alters mineralization dynamics of 13C-depleted leaf and twig litter and reduces leaching of older DOC from mineral soil. Global Change Biology 18, 1412-1427.

Hiltbrunner D, Zimmermann S, Karbin S, Hagedorn F, Niklaus P (2012) Increasing soil methane sink along a 120-year afforestation chronosequence is driven by soil moisture. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02798.x.

Hiltbrunner D, Schulze S, Hagedorn F, Schmidt MWI, Zimmermann S (2012) Cattle trampling alters soil properties and changes soil microbial communities in a Swiss subalpine pasture. Geoderma 170, 369-377.

Kammer A, Schmidt MWI, Hagedorn F (2012) Decomposition pathways of 13C-depleted leaf litter in forest soils of the Swiss Jura. Biogeochemistry 108, 395-411

Kirdyanov AV, Hagedorn, F, Knorre, AA, Fedetova, EV, Vaganov, EE, Naurzabaev, MM, Moiseev, PA, Rigling, A (2012) 20th century tree-line advance and vegetation change along an altitudinal gradient in the Putorana Mountains, northern Siberia. Boreas 41, 56-67

Rixen C, Dawes MA, Wipf S, Hagedorn F (2012) Evidence of enhanced freezing damage in treeline plants during six years of CO2 enrichment and soil warming. Oikos. Doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2011.20031.x

Schleppi P, Bucher-Wallin I, Hagedorn F, Körner C (2012) Increased nitrate availability in the soil of a mixed mature temperate forest subjected to elevated CO2 concentration (canopy FACE). Global Change Biology 18, 757-768.

Wiedemeier DB, Bloesch U, Hagedorn F (2012) Stable forest-savanna mosaic in northwestern Tanzania: local scale evidence from 13C signatures and 14C ages of soil fractions. Journal of Biogeography 39, 247-257


Bernasconi SM, Bauder A, Bourdon B, Brunner I, Bünemann E, Christl I, Derungs N, Edwards P, Farinotti D, Frey B, Frossard E, Furrer F, Gierga M, Göransson H, Guelland K, Hagedorn F, Hajdas I, Hindshaw RS, Ivy-Ochs S, Lemarchand E, Luster J, Magnusson J, Mitchell EAD, Olde Venterink H, Plötze M, Reynolds BC, Smittenberg RH, Stähli M, Tamburini F, Tipper ET, Wacker L, Welc M, Wiederhold J G, Zeyer J, Zimmermann S, Zumsteg A, (2011) Chemical and biological gradients along the Damma glacier soil chronosequence (Switzerland). Vadose Zone Journal 10, 867-883

Dawes MA, Hagedorn F, Zumbrunn T, Handa IT, Hättenschwiler S, Wipf S, Rixen C (2011) Growth and community response of alpine dwarf shrubs to in situ CO2 enrichment and soil warming. New Phytologist 191, 806-818

Dawes MA, Hättenschwiler S, Bebi P, Hagedorn F, Handa IT, Körner C, Rixen C (2011) Species-specific tree growth responses to nine years of CO2 enrichment at the alpine treeline. Journal of Ecology 99, 383-394

Esperschütz J, Pérez-de-Mora A, Schreiner K, Welzl G, Buegger F, Zeyer J, Hagedorn F, Munch JC (2011) Microbial food web dynamics along a soil chronosequence of a glacier forefield. Biogeosciences 8, 3283–3294

Kammer A, Hagedorn F (2011) Mineralisation, leaching and stabilisation of 13C-labelled leaf and twig litter in beech forest soils. Biogeosciences 8, 2195-2208

Kammer A, Tuzson B, Knohl A, Mohn J, Emmenegger L, Hagedorn F (2011) Application of a quantum cascade laser-based spectrometer in a closed chamber system for real-time δ13C and δ18O measurements of soil-respired CO2. Agricultural and Forestry Meteorology 151, 39-48


Hagedorn F, Mulder J, Jandl R (2010) Mountain soils under a changing climate and land use. Biogeochemistry 97, 1-5

Hagedorn F, Martin M, Rixen C, Rusch S, Bebi P, Zürcher A, Siegwolf RTW, Wipf S, Escape C, Roy J, Hättenschwiler S (2010) Short-term responses of ecosystem carbon fluxes to experimental warming at the Swiss alpine treeline. Biogeochemistry 97, 7-19

Joos O, Hagedorn F, Heim A, Gilgen AK, Schmidt MWI, Siegwolf RTW, Buchmann N (2010) Summer drought reduces total and litter-derived soil CO2 effluxes in temperate grassland - clues from a 13C litter addition experiment. Biogeosciences 7, 1031-1041

Walthert L, Graf U, Kammer A, Luster J, Pezzotta D, Zimmermann S, Hagedorn F (2010) Determination of organic and inorganic carbon, δ13C and nitrogen in soils containing carbonates after acid fumigation with HCl. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 173, 207-216

Eckmeier E, Egli M, Schmidt MWI, Schlumpf N, Nötzli M, Minikus-Stary N, Hagedorn F (2010) Preservation of fire-derived carbon compounds and sorptive stabilisation promote the accumulation of organic matter in black soils of the Southern Alps. Geoderma 159, 147-155

Until 2009

Kammer A, Hagedorn F, Shevchenko I, Leifeld J, Guggenberger G, Goryacheva T, Rigling A, Moiseev P (2009) Treeline shifts in the Ural mountains affect soil organic matter dynamics. Global Change Biology 15, 1570-1583

Müller M, Alewell C, Hagedorn F (2009) Effective retention of litter-derived dissolved organic carbon in organic layers. Soil Biology Biochemistry 41, 1066-1074

Bernasconi SM, Christl I, Hajdas I, Zimmermann S, Hagedorn F, Smittenberg RH, Furrer G, Zeyer J, Brunner I, Frey B, Plötze M, Lapanje A, Edwards P, Olde Venterink H, Göransson H, Frossard E, Bünemann E, Jansa J, Tamburini F, Welc M, Mitchell E, Bourdon B, Kretzschmar R, Reynolds B, Lemarchand E, Wiederhold J, Tipper E, Kiczka M, Hindshaw R, Stähli M, Jonas T, Magnusson J, Bauder A, Farinotti D, Huss M, Wacker L, Abbaspour K (2008) Weathering, soil formation and initial ecosystem evolution on a glacier forefield: a case study from the Damma Glacier, Switzerland. Mineralog. Mag. 72, 19-22

Bolliger J, Hagedorn F, Leifeld J, Böhl J, Zimmermann S, Soliva R, Kienast F(2008) Effects of land-use change on carbon stocks in Switzerland. Ecosystems 11, 895-907

Devi N, Hagedorn F, Moiseev P, Bugmann H, Shiyatov S, Mazepa V, Rigling A (2008) Expanding forests and changing growth forms of Siberian larch at the Polar Urals treeline during the 20th century. Global Change Biology 14, 1581-1591

Hagedorn F, van Hees PAW, Handa IT, Hättenschwiler S (2008) Elevated atmospheric CO2 fuels leaching of old dissolved organic matter at the alpine treeline. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 22 GB2004, doi:10.1029/2007GB003026

Handa IT, Hagedorn F, Hättenschwiler S (2008) No stimulation in root production in response to four years of in situ CO2 enrichment at the Swiss treeline. Functional Ecology 22, 348-358

Joos O, Saurer M, Heim A, Hagedorn F, Schmidt MWI, Siegwolf RTW (2008) Can we use the CO2 concentrations determined by continuous-flow isotope ratio mass spectrometry from small samples for the Keeling plot approach? Rapid Communication in Mass Spectrometry 22, 4029-4034

Walz A, Calonder G-P, Hagedorn F, Lardelli C, Lundström C, Stöckli V (2008) Regional CO2 budget, countermeasures and reduction aims for the Alpine tourist region of Davos, Switzerland. Energy Policy 36, 811-820

Hagedorn F, Machwitz M (2007) Controls on dissolved organic matter leaching from forest litter grown under elevated atmospheric CO2. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 39, 1759-1769

Fröberg M, Berggren D, Hagedorn F (2007) The contribution of fresh litter to dissolved organic carbon leached from a coniferous forest floor. European Journal of Soil Science 58, 108-114

Hajdas I, Schlumpf N, Minikus-Stary N, Hagedorn F, Eckmeier E, Schoch W, Burga C, Bonani G, Schmidt MWI, Cherubini P(2007) Radiocarbon ages of soil charcoals from the southern Alps, Ticino, Switzerland. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. B 259, 398-402

Jandl R, Lindner M, Bauwens B, Vesterdal L, Baritz R, Hagedorn F, Johnson D, Minkkinen K, Byrne K (2007) Review: How strongly can forest management influence soil carbon sequestration? Geoderma 137, 253-268

Frey B, Hagedorn F, Guidici F (2006): Effect of girdling on soil respiration and root composition in a sweet chestnut forest. Forest Ecology and Management 225, 271-277.

Hagedorn F, Maurer S, Bucher JB, Siegwolf R (2005): Immobilization, stabilization and re-mobilization of N in forest soils at elevated CO2: a 15N and 13C tracer study. Global Change Biology 11, 1816-1827.

Hagedorn F, Saurer, M., Blaser, P. (2004): A 13C tracer study to identify the origin of dissolved organic carbon in forested mineral soils. European Journal of Soil Science 55, 91-100.

Schleppi, P., Hagedorn F, Providoli, I. (2004): Nitrate leaching from a mountain forest ecosystem with Gleysols subjected to experimentally increased N deposition. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus 4, 453–467.

Hagedorn F, Spinnler, D., Siegwolf, R. (2003a): Increased N deposition retards mineralization of old soil organic matter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35, 1683-1692.

Hagedorn F, Spinnler, D., Bundt, M., Blaser, P., Siegwolf R. (2003b): The input and fate of new C in two forest soils under elevated CO2. Global Change Biology 9, 862-872.

Hagedorn F, Blaser, P., Siegwolf, R. (2002a): Elevated atmospheric CO2 and increased N deposition effects on dissolved organic carbon - clues from δ13C signature. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34, 355-366.

Hagedorn F, Landolt, W., Tarjan, D., Egli, P., Bucher, J.B. (2002b): Elevated CO2 influences nutrient availability in young beech-spruce communities on two soils. Oecologia 132, 109-117.

Hagedorn F, Bundt, M. (2002): The Age of Preferential Flow Paths. Geoderma 108, 119-132.

Hagedorn F, Maurer, S., Egli, P., Blaser, P., Bucher, J.B., Siegwolf, R. (2001a): Carbon sequestration in forest soils - effects of soil type, atmospheric CO2 enrichment, and N deposition. European Journal of Soil Science 52, 619-629.

Hagedorn F, Schleppi, P, Mohn J, Bucher JB, Flühler H (2001) Retention and leaching of elevated N deposition in a forest ecosystem with Gleysols. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 129, 119-142.

Hagedorn F, Bucher JB, Schleppi P (2001) Contrasting dynamics of dissolved inorganic and organic nitrogen in soil and surface waters of forested catchments with Gleysols. Geoderma 100, 173-192.

Bundt M, Jäggi M, Blaser P, Siegwolf R, Hagedorn F (2001) Carbon and nitrogen dynamics in preferential flow paths and matrix of a forest soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65, 1529-1538.

Hagedorn F, Bucher JB, Tarjan D, Rusert P, Bucher-Wallin I (2000) Responses of N fluxes and pools to elevated atmospheric CO2 in model forest ecosystems with acidic and calcareous soils. Plant and Soil 224, 273-286.

Hagedorn F, Schleppi, P, Waldner P, Flühler H (2000) Export of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen from Gleysol dominated catchments - the significance of water flow paths. Biogeochemistry 50, 137-161.

Hagedorn F, Kaiser K, Feyen H, Schleppi P (2000) Effects of redox conditions and flow processes on the mobility of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in a forest soil. Journal of Environmental Quality 29, 288-297.

Hagedorn F, Schleppi P (2000) Determination of total dissolved nitrogen by persulfate oxidation. Journal of Plant Nutrition Soil Science 163, 81-82.

Mohn J, Schürmann A, Hagedorn F, Schleppi P , Bachofen R (2000) Increased rates of denitrification in nitrogen-treated forest soils. Forest Ecology and Management 137, 113-119.

Hagedorn F, Mohn J, Schleppi P, Flühler H (1999) The role of rapid flow paths for nitrogen transformation in a forest soil - a field study with micro suction cups. Science Society of America Journal 63, 1915-1923.

Hagedorn F, Steiner KG, Sekayange L, Zech W (1997) Effect of rainfall pattern on nitrogen mineralization and leaching in a green manure experiment in South Rwanda. Plant and Soil 195, 365-375.

Drechsel P, Mutwewingabo B. Hagedorn F (1996) Effect of modifications of the P-Bray no. 1 method on soil test results. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 159: 409–410. doi: 10.1002/jpln.1996.3581590416

Drechsel P, Steiner KG, Hagedorn F (1996) A review on the potential of improved fallows and green manure in Rwanda. Agroforestry Systems 33, 109-136.


Rogiers N, Hagedorn F, Thürig E (2015): Kohlenstoffvorrat. In: Waldbericht 2015 - Zustand und Nutzung des Waldes. BAFU/WSL.

Gosheva S, Hagedorn F, Gimmi U, Walthert L, Zimmermann S (2014) Waldgeschichte und Kohlenstoff im Boden - auf der Suche nach möglichen Zusammenhängen. GeoPanorama 2, 18-20.

Thürig E, Hagedorn F, Lindroth A (2013) Influence of storm damage on the forest carbon balance. [Chapter 3.1] In: Gardiner B, Schuck A, Schelhaas M-J, Orazio C, Blennow K, Nicoll B (eds) Living with storm damage to forests. What science can tell us, no. 3. Joensuu, EFI. 47-54.

Bebi, P.; Teich, M.; Hagedorn, F.; Zurbriggen, N.; Brunner, S.H.; Grêt-Regamey, A., 2012: Veränderung von Wald und Waldleistungen in der Landschaft Davos im Zuge des Klimawandels. Schweiz. Z. Forstwes. 163, 12: 493-501.

Thürig, E.; Hagedorn, F.; Lindroth, A., 2013: Influence of storm damage on the forest carbon balance. [Chapter 3.1] In: Gardiner, B.; Schuck, A.; Schelhaas, M.-J.; Orazio, C.; Blennow, K.; Nicoll, B. (eds) Living with storm damage to forests. What science can tell us, no. 3. Joensuu, EFI. 47-54.

Hagedorn F, Bellamy P (2011) Hot spots and hot moments for greenhouse gas emissions from soils. In: Jandl R, Rodeghiero M, Olsson M (eds.) Soil carbon in sensitive European ecosystems: from science to land management. pp. 13-32. John Wiley & Sons.

Sjögersten-Turner S, Alewell C, Cécillion L, Hagedorn F, Jandl R, Leifield J, Martinsen V, Sebastia T, Van Miegroet H Mountain soils in a changing climate – vulnerability and ecosystem feedbacks. In: Jandl R, Rodeghiero M, Olsson M (eds.) Soil carbon in sensitive European ecosystems: from science to land management. pp. 118-148. John Wiley & Sons.

Jandl R, Alm J, Vesterdal L, Olsson M, Weiss P, Sjögersten-Turner S, Rodeghiero M, Hagedorn F, Bellamy P, Baritz R. Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems: from science to land management - a summary. In: Jandl R, Rodeghiero M, Olsson M (eds.) Soil carbon in sensitive European ecosystems: from science to land management. pp. 267-281. John Wiley & Sons.

Hagedorn F, Moeri A, Walthert L, Zimmermann S (2010) Kohlenstoff in Schweizer Waldböden – bei Klimaerwärmung eine potentielle CO2-Quelle. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen 12, 530-535

Hagedorn F (2009) Humus, ein grosser Speicher, aber eine kleine Senke für atmosphärisches CO2. Rundgespräche Kommission für Ökologie 35, 49-54

Hagedorn F, Rigling A (2009) Steigende Waldgrenzen und fossile Wälder im Ural: Zeugen des Klimawandels. Geosciences Actuel 3/2009: 17-20

Bebi P, Hagedorn F, Martin M, Rixen C, Senn J, Wasem U (2009) Langfristige Waldgrenzen-Forschung am Stillberg - vor lauter Bäumen den Wald noch sehen. Langzeitforschung für eine nachhaltige Waldnutzung. Forum für Wissen 2009, 87-92

Bebi P, Hagedorn F, Rixen C, Senn J, Wasem U (2009) Forschung am Stillberg vor 25 Jahren und heute. Infbl. Wald 25, 5-7

Calonder GP, Hagedorn F, Lardelli C, Lundström C, Stöckli V, Walz A (2009) Bilanzierung und Reduktion der CO2-Emissionen in der Landschaft Davos. In: Klimawandel im Kanton Graubünden. Übersicht über die aktuellen und zukünftigen Aufgaben der kantonalen Verwaltung. Amt für Natur und Umwelt Graubünden. 102-105

Nduwamungu J, Munishi PKT, Bloesch U, Hagedorn F, Lulu K (2009) Recent Land Cover and Use Changes in Miombo Woodlands of Eastern Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forerstry and Nature Conservation 78, 50-59

Hagedorn F (ed) 2008) Mountain soils under a changing climate and land-use. Abstracts. Conference and Workshop, March 6-8 2008 Birmensdorf, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL. 63 pp.

Hagedorn F (2007) Hot spots and hot moments for greenhouse gas emissions from soils. Greenhouse-gas budget of soils under changing climate and land use (BurnOut), COST 639. Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape, Vienna. 9-14

Hagedorn F, Rigling A, Bebi P (2006) Wo Bäume nicht mehr wachsen können. Die Waldgrenze. DIE ALPEN 9, 52-55

Hagedorn F (2006) Interactive comment on ‚Warming mobilises young and old soil carbon equally’ by F. Conen et al. Biogeosciences Discussion 3, S526-S530

Hagedorn F, Kaufmann, E., Zimmermann, S., Volz, R. (2005): Kohlenstoff-Vorrat. Waldbericht 2005 – Zahlen und Fakten zum Zustand des Schweizer Waldes. BUWAL & WSL, 36-39

Hagedorn F, Handa, T.I., Hättenschwiler, S. (2005) Quellen der Bodenatmung an der alpinen Waldgrenze - ein 13CO2-Tracerversuch. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 107: 233-234.

Hagedorn F (2005) Böden - grosse Speicher, kleine Senken für CO2. - Vierteljahrsschrift Naturforschende Gesellschaft Zürich 150, 3-4: 94-96

Wohlgemuth T, Duelli P, Ginzler C, Gödickemeier I, Hadorn S, Hagedorn F, Küttle P, Lüscher P, Moretti M, Schneiter G, Sciaccia, S, Wermelinger B (2005) Ökologische Resilienz nach Feuer: Die Waldbrandfläche Leuk als Modellfall. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen 156, 345-352

Hagedorn F, Leifeld J, Körner C., Ammann C, Flechard C, Neftel A, Fuhrer J, Keel S (2004) Eurosoil-Excursion No. 7. North Switzerland. Carbon Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems: CO2-Enrichment of Forests and Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Grassland Systems. - In: Stahr K, Fleck W (eds) Eurosoil 2004, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. Excursion Guide Book. Forstliche Versuchs- und Forschungsanstalt Baden-Württemberg. 209-221

Van der Meer M, Hagedorn F, Schweingruber FH, Rigling A, Moiseev PA (2004) Dynamik der alpinen Waldgrenze im südlichen Ural (Russland). DIE ERDE 135, 151-174

Zimmermann S, Hagedorn F, Walthert L (2004) Erfassung des Kohlenstoffvorrats in Schweizer Waldböden: Wunschdenken und Realität. - Bulletin Bodenkundliche Gesellschaft Schweiz 27, 11-16.

Bucher-Wallin IK, Schleppi P, Hagedorn F, Bucher JB (2003) Soil nutrients in a mature mixed forest exposed to elevated CO2. Ekologia Bratislava 22, Suppl. 1/2003: 62-65

Hagedorn F (2003) Böden - grosse Speicher, kleine Senken für CO2. Informationsblatt Forschungsbereich Wald 15, 4-5

Hagedorn F, Hättenschwiler S, Siegwolf R (2003) Die Herkunft von DOM in Waldböden - Hinweise aus Feldversuchen mit markiertem 13CO2. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 102, 173-174

Hagedorn F (2002) Kann der Schweizer Wald als CO2-Senke dienen? Natur und Mensch 6, 6-11

Hagedorn F, Gärtner H, Bucher JB (2002) Schweizer Wald: Eine Senke für atmosphärisches CO2? Holzforschung Schweiz 10, 7-9

Bucher JB, Hagedorn F, Landolt W (2001) Nährstoffkreislauf. In: Brunold C, Balsiger, PW, Bucher JB, Körner, C (eds) Wald und CO2. Ergebnisse eines ökologischen Modellversuchs. Birmensdorf, Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL. Bern, Stuttgart, Wien, Haupt. 145-165

Egli P, Spinnler D, Hagedorn F, Maurer S, Siegwolf R, Landolt W, Clark A, Strasser R, Körner C (2001) Kohlenstoffflüsse und Biomasseproduktion. In: Brunold C, Balsiger, PW, Bucher JB, Körner, C (eds) Wald und CO2. Ergebnisse eines ökologischen Modellversuchs. Birmensdorf, Eidg. Forschungsanstalt WSL. Bern, Stuttgart, Wien, Haupt. 97-116

Hagedorn F; Blaser, P.; Bucher, J.B.; Siegwolf, R. (2001): Kohlenstoffpools von Modell-Waldökosystemen unter erhöhtem atmosphärischem CO2 und gesteigerter N-Deposition. Berichte Freiburger Forstliche Forschung 33, 149-155

Hagedorn F, Blaser P , Bucher JB, Siegwolf R (2001) Kohlenstoffpools von Modell-Waldökosystemen unter erhöhtem atmosphärischem CO2. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 96, 193-194

Hagedorn F, Schleppi P, Bucher JB, Flühler H (1999) Nitrat Auswaschung aus Waldböden - vom mm2 zum km2. Berichte Freiburger Forstliche Forschung 7, 67-72.

Hagedorn F, Schleppi P, Flühler H (1999) Präferentielle Fliesswege - Orte präferentieller N-Umsetzung? Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 91, 347-350