Overview of subprojects

A1 Atmospheric fluxes and optical trait diversity under climate and land use changes - observations and LSM modelling

  • Dr. Katja Trachte (PI)
    Katja Trachte
    Laboratory for Climatology and Remote Sensing
    Deutschhausstr. 10
    Philipps University of Marburg
    Faculty of Geography
    35032 Marburg

  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Bendix (PI)
    Jörg Bendix
    Faculty of Geography
    Deutschhausstraße 10
    Philipps University of Marburg
    Laboratory for Climatology and Remote Sensing
    35032 Marburg

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  • Miss Rebecca Kropp (Trainee)
    Rebecca Kropp

A2 Simulating response and effect mechanisms of global climate change on hydrological fluxes in tropical montane ecosystems

  • Prof. Dr. Lutz Breuer (PI)
    Lutz Breuer
    Heinrich-Buff-Ring 26
    Institute for Landscape Ecology and Resources Management
    Justus-Liebig-University Gießen
    35392 Gießen
  • Dr. David Windhorst (PI)
    David Windhorst
    35390 Gießen

A3 Nutrient supply as driver of biomass production and associated ecosystem water fluxes along a land-use and climate gradient

A4 Integration of ecophysiological processes and biotic interactions within a dynamic vegetation model (LSMBio): tree hydraulics, trait diversity, tree recruitment and insect herbivory

B1 Linking tree above- and belowground traits across environmental and disturbance gradients in highly diverse tropical montane forests

B2 Tree physiological and structural properties as response and effect traits of bioticatmospheric interactions in natural and anthropogenic eco-systems in South Ecuador

B3 Trait-dependent effects of biotic and abiotic filters on plant regeneration

B4 Integrating abiotic covariates, functional trait diversity and consequences of important processes on the ecosystem level

Z Coordination and Data Management

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