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Paulick, S.; Dislich, C.; Homeier, J.; Fischer, R. & Huth, A. (2017): The carbon fluxes in different successional stages: modelling the dynamics of tropical montane forests in South Ecuador. Forest Ecosystems 4, 5.
Wood, C.R. (2017): Assessing the Use of Biophysical Soil Erosion Models for Evaluating the Costs of Soil Erosion Prevention in South Ecuador Technische Universität München, Institute of Forest Management, master thesis
Silva, B.; Alava Núñez, P.; Strobl, S.; Beck, E. & Bendix, J. (2017): Area-wide evapotranspiration monitoring at the crown level of a tropical mountain rain forest. Remote Sensing of Environment 194, 219–229.
Silva, B.; Álava-Núñez, P.; Strobl, S.; Beck, E. & Bendix, J. (2017): Area-wide evapotranspirationmonitoring at the crown level of a tropical mountain rain forest. Remote Sensing of Environment 194( ), 219-229.
Homeier, J.; Báez, S.; Hertel, D. & Leuschner, C. (2017): Editorial: Tropical forest ecosystem responses to increasing nutrient availability. Frontiers in Earth Science 5, 27.
Wallis, C.; Brehm, G.; Donoso, D.A.; Fiedler, K.; Homeier, J.; Paulsch, D.; Suessenbach, D.; Tiede, Y.; Brandl, R.; Farwig, N. & Bendix, J. (2017): Remote sensing improves prediction of tropical montane species diversity but performance differs among taxa. Ecological Indicators 1(1), 1-10.
Timbe, E.; Feyen, J.; Windhorst, D.; Breuer, L.; Crespo, P.; Celleri, R. & Frede, H. (2017): Multicriteria assessment of water dynamics reveals subcatchment variability in a seemingly homogeneous tropical cloud forest catchment. Hydrological Processes 31(7), 1456-1468.
Butz, P.; Raffelsbauer, V.; Graefe, S.; Peters, T.; Cueva, E.; Hölscher, D. & Bräuning, A. (2016): Tree responses to moisture fluctuations in a neotropical dry forest as potential climate change indicators. Ecological Indicators 1(1), 1-13.
Liersch, T. (2017): Effects of elevation and annual climate variations on the decomposition rate in the Ecuadorian Andes Philipps-Universität Marburg, master thesis
Batke, S. (2017): Elevation shaping foliar C/N-ratio and ant abundance without affecting leaf area loss in pristine and degraded montane rainforests in Ecuador Philipps-Universität Marburg, master thesis
Ginal, P. (2017): Acoustic indices do not reflect avian diversity in high-diverse tropical rainforests in Ecuador Philipps-Universität Marburg, master thesis
Tiede, Y.; Schlautmann, J.; Donoso, D.A.; Wallis, C.; Bendix, J.; Brandl, R. & Farwig, N. (2017): Ants as indicators of environmental change and ecosystem processes. Ecological indicators 1(1), 1-6.
Farwig, N.; Bendix, J. & Beck, E. (2017): Introduction to the Special Issue “Functional monitoring in megadiverse tropical ecosystems”. Ecological indicators 1(1), 1-3.
Paul, C.; Weber, M. & Knoke, T. (2017): Agroforestry versus farm mosaic systems – Comparing land-use efficiency, economic returns and risks under climate change effects. Science of The Total Environment online , online.
Paul, C. & Knoke, T. (2016): Forest value: More than commercial. Science 354(6319), 1541-1541.
Strobl, S.; Cueva, E.; Silva, B.; Knüsting, J.; Schorsch, M.; Scheibe, R.; Bendix, J. & Beck, E. (2016): Water relations and photosynthetic water use efficiency as indicators of slow climate change effects on trees in a tropical mountain forest in South Ecuador. Ecological Indicators xxx, xxx-xxx.
Tapia Armijos, M.F.; Homeier, J. & Draper Munt, D. (2016): Spatio-temporal analysis of the human footprint in South Ecuador: Influence of human pressure on ecosystems and effectiveness of protected areas. Applied Geography 78, 22-32.
Wyss, M. (2013): Mikronährlimitierung von Mikroorganismen in einem tropischen Bergregenwald in Ecuador University of Berne, bachelor thesis
Rehmus, A.; Bigalke, M.; Boy, J.; Valarezo, C. & Wilcke, W. (2016): Aluminum cycling in a tropical montane forest ecosystem in southern Ecuador. Geoderma 288, 196-203.
Tapia Armijos, M.F. (2016): DEFINITION OF AREAS WITH HIGH CONSERVATION PRIORITY IN SOUTHERN ECUADOR – AN APPROACH COMBINING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF DEFORESTATION AND HUMAN IMPACT WITH ENDEMIC PLANT DIVERSITY University of Goettingen, phd thesis
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