Tamir Klein Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
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Dan Yakir Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
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Eyal Rotenberg Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
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Fyodor Tatarinov
  • Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
  • 1 Author merit


Dr. in Plant Physiology, Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno, Czech Republic, 1999

Current position

Staff Scientist, D. Yakir’s Group, ESER, The Weizmann Institute of Sciences, Israel


  1. Tatarinov, F., Rotenberg, E., Maseyk, K., Ogee, J., Klein, T. and Yakir, D. (2016). Resilience to seasonal heat wave episodes in a Mediterranean pine forest. New Phytol 210(2): 485-496.
  2. Klein, T., Rotenberg, E., Tatarinov, F. and Yakir, D. (2016). Association between sap flow-derived and eddy covariance-derived measurements of forest canopy CO2 uptake. New Phytol 209(1): 436-446.
  3. Kurbatova, J., Tatarinov, F., Molchanov, A., Varlagin, A., Avilov, V., Kozlov, D., Ivanov, D., and Valentini, R. (2013). Partitioning of ecosystem respiration in a paludified shallow-peat spruce forest in the southern taiga of European Russia. Environ. Res. Lett. 8(4).
  4. Asaf, D., Rotenberg, E., Tatarinov, F., Dicken, U., Montzka, S. A. and Yakir, D. (2013). Ecosystem photosynthesis inferred from measurements of carbonyl sulphide ?ux. Nat Geosci 6: 186-190.
  5. Molchanov, A. G., Tatarinov, F. A. and Kurbatova, J. A. (2011). Emission of CO2 by Stems of Live trees, Dead Wood, and Slash in Spruce Forests in the Southwestern Valdai Upland. Lesovedenie 3: 14–25.
  6. Tatarinov, F. A., Cienciala, E., Vopenka, P. and Avilov, V. (2011). Effect of climate change on Central-European forests: regional-scale simulation for South Bohemia. For. Ecol. Manage. 262: 1919-1927.
  7. Šantrucková, H., Kaštovská, E., Kozlov, D., Kurbatova, J., Livecková, M., Shibistova, O., Tatarinov, F. and Lloyd, J. (2010). Vertical and horizontal variation of carbon pools and fluxes in soil profile of wet southern taiga in European Russia. Boreal Env. Res. 15: 357–369.
  8. Kurbatova, J., Li, C., Tatarinov, F., Varlagin, A., Shalukhina, N. and Olchev, A. (2009). Modeling of the carbon dioxide fluxes in European Russia peat bogs. Environ. Res. Lett. 4: 045022.
  9. Urban, J., Tatarinov, F., Nadezhdina, N., Cermak, J. and Ceulemans, R.  (2009). Crown structure and leaf area of the understorey species Prunus serotina. Trees 23: 391–399.
  10. Oltchev, A. V., Kurbatova, Y. A., Tatarinov, F. A., Molchanov, A. G., Varlagin, A. V., Gorshkova, I. I. and Vygodskaya, N. N. (2009). Estimation of brutto- and netto-productivity of spruce forests of Central-European part of Russia by means of field measurements and mathematical model. Uspechi sovremennoy bioligii 6: 565-577.
  11. Tatarinov, F., Molchanov, A. and Olchev, A. (2009). Evaluation and minimisation of errors of measurement of soil respiration using open scheme. Izvestia Samarskogo nauchnogo centra RAN 11: 1622-1627.
  12. Vygodskaya, N. N., Varlagin, A. V., Kurbatova, Yu. A., Oltchev, A. V., Panferov, O. I., Tatarinov, F. A. and Shalukhina, N. V. (2009). Response of Taiga Ecosystems to Extreme Weather Conditions and Climate Anomalies. Doklady Biological Sciences 429: 1–4.
  13. Tatarinov, F. A. and Cienciala, E. (2009). Long-term simulation of the effect of climate changes on the growth of main Central-European forest tree species. Ecol. Model. 220(21): 3081-3088.
  14. Cienciala, E., Apltauer, J., Exnerová, Z. and Tatarinov, F. A. (2008). Biomass functions applicable to oak trees grown in Central-European forestry. Journal of forest science 54(3): 109–120.
  15. Tatarinov, F. A., Urban, J. and Cermak, J. (2008). Application of ‘‘clump technique’’ for root system studies of Quercus robur and Fraxinus excelsior. For. Ecol. Manage. 255: 495–505.
  16. Lehtonen, A., Cienciala, E., Tatarinov, F. and Makipaa, R. (2007). Uncertainty estimation of biomass expansion factors for Norway spruce in the Czech Republic. Ann. For. Sci. 64: 133–140.
  17. Cienciala, E., Tatarinov, F. and Cerny, M. (2006). Carbon cycle in managed forests - Applying a process model to stands of major tree species in central- European forestry. Forestry Journal (Zvolen) 52(1-2): 29-39.
  18. Cienciala, E. and Tatarinov, F. A. (2006). Application of BIOME-BGC model to managed forests: 2. Comparison with long-term observations of stand production for major tree species. For. Ecol. Manage. 237: 252-266.
  19. Tatarinov, F. A. and Cienciala, E. (2006) Application of BIOME-BGC model to managed forests: 1. Sensitivity analysis. For. Ecol. Manage. 237: 267-279.
  20. Cienciala, E., Cerný, M., Tatarinov, F., Apltauer, J. and Exnerová, Z. (2006). Biomass functions applicable to Scots pine. Trees -  Structure and Function 20: 483-495.
  21. Tatarinov, F., Bochkarev, Yu., Oltchev, A., Nadezhdina, N. and Cermak, J. (2005). Effect of contrasting water supply on the diameter growth of Norway spruce and aspen in mixed stands: a case study from the southern Russian taiga. Ann. of For. Sci. 62: 1-10.
  22. Tatarinov, F., Kucera, J. and Cienciala, E. (2005). The analysis of physical background of tree sap flow measurement based on thermal methods. Meas. Sci. Technol. 16: 1157-1169.
  23. Korzukhin, M. D., Vygodskaya, N. N., Milyukova, I. M., Tatarinov, F. A. and Tselniker, Yu. L. (2004). Application of unified model of photosynthesis and stomatal conductance to the analysisi of CO2 assimilation of spruce and larch in Russian forests. Fiziologia rasteniy 51 (3): 341-354.
  24. Nadezhdina, N., Tatarinov, F., Ceulemans, R. (2003). Leaf area and biomass of Rhododendron understory in a stand of Scots pine. Forest Ecology and Management 157(2-3): 235-246.
  25. Tatarinov, F., Kurbatova, J., Molchanov, A., Minaeva, T. and Orlov, T. (2003). Measuring of components of peat and ground vegetation CO2 balance in a southern taiga peat bog. In: Selected papers of International Conference & Educational Workshop "Ecohydrological processes in northern wetlands". Tallinn, Estonia 215-220.
  26. Oltchev, A., Cermak, J., Nadezhdina, N., Tatarinov, F., Tishenko, A., Ibrom, A. and Gravenhorst, G. (2002). Transpiration of a mixed forest stand: field measurement and simulations using SVAT models. Boreal Environment Research 7(4): 389-398.
  27. Oltchev, A., Cermak, J., Gurtz, J., Kiely, G., Nadezhdina, N., Tishenko, A., Zappa, M., Lebedeva, N., Vitvar, T., Albertson, J. D., Tatarinov, F., Tishenko, D., Nadezhdin, V., Kozlov, B., Ibrom, A., Vygodskaya, N. and Gravenhorst, G. (2002). The response of the water fluxes of the boreal forest region at the Volga’s source area to climatic and land-use changes. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 27(9-10): 675-690.
  28. Bednárová, E., Tatarinov, F., Prax, A., Cermák, J., Kucera, J. and Nadyezhdin, V. (2001). Long-term course of transpiration in a floodplain forest in southern Moravia associated with changes of underground water table. Ekológia (Bratislava). 20(1): 92--115.
  29. Cermák, J., Kucera, J., Prax, A., Tatarinov, F. and Nadyezhdin, V. (2001). Long-term course of transpiration in a floodplain forest in southern Moravia associated with changes of underground water table. Ekologia (Bratislava) 20(1): 92-115.
  30. Tatarinov, F., Cermak, J., Kucera, J. and Prax, A. (2000). Transpiration of spruce in a mature plantation in Drahanska Vrchovina uplands, Moravia. I. Variation between individual trees. Ekologia (Bratislava) 19(1): 48-62.
  31. Tatarinov, F. and Cermak, J. (1999). Daily and seasonal variation of stem radius in oak. Ann. Sci. For. 56: 579-590.
  32. Vygodskaya, N. N., Gorshkova, I. I., Varlagin, A. V., Oltchev, A. V. and Tatarinov, F. A. (1998). SIGNIFICANT FINDINGS FROM ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL STYDIES WITHIN KUREX-88 AND KUREX-91. Remote Sen Rev 17(1-4): 149-178.
  33. Vygodskaya, N., Milukova, I., Varlagin, A., Tatarinov, F., Sogachev, A., Kobak, K. I., Desyatkin, R., Bauer, G., Hollinger, D. Y., Kelliher, F. M. and Shulze, E. D. (1997). Leaf conductance and CO2 assimilation of Larix gmelinii growing in an eastern Siberian boreal forest. Tree Physiology 17: 607-615.
  34. Vygodskaya, N. N., Kozoderov, V. V., Kosolapov, V. S., Tatarinov, F. A. and Voss, H. H. (1995). The experience of using of remote sensing for quantitive estimation of stands leaf mass. Lesovedenie 5: 37-47.
  35. Vygodskaya, N., Puzachenko, Yu., Kozharinov, A., Zavelsakaya, N., Tchernychev, M., Tatarinov, F., Varlagin, A. and Milukova, I. (1995). Long-term effects of climate on Picea abies communities in the South European Taiga. J Biogeography 22: 2851-2862.
  36. Sankovsky, A. G. and Tatarinov, F. A. (1993). The formation of even-aged plant communities structure. Ekologia 6: 13-24.
  37. Molchanov, A. G. and Tatarinov, F. A. (1993). Variability of photosynthesis light curves within the limits of spruce crown. Lesovedenie 0(3): 61-70.
1 Protocol published
Forest GPP Calculation Using Sap Flow and Water Use Efficiency Measurements
Authors:  Fyodor Tatarinov, Eyal Rotenberg, Dan Yakir and Tamir Klein, date: 04/20/2017, view: 1816, Q&A: 0
This is a protocol to evaluate gross primary productivity (GPP) of a forest stand based on the measurements of tree’s sap flow (SF), 13C derived water use efficiency (WUE), and meteorological (met) data. GPP was calculated from WUE and ...