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Iost, S.; Makeschin, F.; Abiy, M. & Haubrich, F. (2008): Biotic Soil Activities. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 217-228.
Maraun, M.; Illig, J.; Dorothee, S.; Krashevska, V.; Norton, R.A. & Scheu, S. (2008): Soil Fauna. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 181-192.
Matt, F.; Almeida, K.; Arguero, A. & Reudenbach, C. (2008): Seed Dispersal by Birds, Bats and Wind. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 157-166.
Paulsch, D. & Müller-Hohenstein, K. (2008): Bird Species Distribution Along an Altitudinal Gradient in Southern Ecuador and its Functional Relationships with Vegetation Structure. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 149-156.
Paulsch, A.; Piechowski, D. & Müller-Hohenstein, K. (2008): Forest Structure Along an Altitudinal Gradient in Southern Ecuador. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 113-122.
Soltau, U.; Dötterl, S. & Liede-Schumann, S. (2009): Leaf variegation in Caladium steudneriifolium (Araceae): a case of mimicry?. Evolutionary Ecology 23, 503-512.
von Walter, F.; Barkmann, J. & Olschewski, R. (2008): Ex-ante analysis of an agroforestry management option in Southern- Ecuador. In: Jutta Stadler, Felix Schöppe, Mark Frenzel (eds.): EURECO-GFÖ 2008; Proccedings, Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie ( 38), Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Leipzig, 527.
Mandl, N. (2008): Bryophyte and macrolichen diversity of the Purdiaea nutans forest in southern Ecuador and its relationship to soil, climate, and vegetation structure Universität Göttingen, phd thesis
von Walter, F.; Barkmann, J.; Olschewski, R. & Marggraf, R. (2008): Agents meet Landscapes, Smallholders' impact on ecosystem services at the edge of tropical national parks. In: Dr. Benjamin Burkhard, Prof. Dr. Felix Müller, Wilhelm Windhorst (eds.): Ecosystem Services - Solution for problems or a problem that needs solutions ( ), Uni Kiel, Kiel, 15-16.
von Walter, F. & Barkmann, J. (2008): Modelling the Impact of Smallholder Land-use Decisions on the Availability of Rattan. In: Stahr, Karl; Fröhlich, Holger (eds.): Interdependencies between upland and lowland agriculture and resource management ( ), Uni Hohenheim, Stuttgart.
von Walter, F. & Barkmann, J. (2008): Integrated Modeling of Smallholder Land-use Decisions on the Availability of Rattan. In: Miquel Sànchez-Marrè, Javier Béjar, Joaquim Comas, Andrea E. Rizzoli, Giorgio Guariso (eds.): Proceedings of the iEMSs Fourth Biennial Meeting: International Congress on Environmental Modelling ( 3), International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Barcelona, 2085-2091.
Fabian, P.; Kohlpaintner, M. & Rollenbeck, R. (2005): Biomass burning in the Amazon - Fertilizer for the mountaineous rain forest in Educador. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 12, 290-296.
Hillmann, B.; Barkmann, J. & Marggraf, R. (2008): On the Problem to 'transfer' Benefits Estimated from Stated Preferences of OECD Citizens for the Valuation of Local Biodiversity Conservation Measures. In: Eric Tielkes (eds.): Competition for Resources in a Changing World: New Drive for Rural Development. Tropentag 2008. ( ), Cuvillier Verlag , Göttingen, 486.
Fiedler, K.; Hilt, N.; Brehm, G. & Soplin Roque, H. (2007): Moths at tropical forest margins ? how mega-diverse insect assemblages respond to forest disturbance and recovery. In: Teja Tscharntke et al (eds.): The stability of tropical rainforest margins, linking ecological, economic and social constraints of ( ), Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg, 39-60.
Fiedler, K.; Brehm, G.; Hilt, N.; Suessenbach, D. & Haeuser, C.L. (2008): Variation of Diversity Patterns Across Moth Families Along a Tropical Elevational Gradient. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 167-180.
Hilt, N. & Fiedler, K. (2008): Successional Stages of Faunal Regeneration - A Case Study on Megadiverse Moths. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 459-466.
Pohle, P. & Gerique, A. (2006): Traditional ecological knowledge and biodiversity management in the Andes of southern Ecuador. Geographica Helvetica 61(4), 275-285.
Pohle, P. (2008): Indigenous land use practicesand biodiversity conservation in southern Ecuador. In: Gradstein, S. Robbert; Homeier, Jürgen; Gansert, Dirk (eds.): The tropical mountain forest - Patterns and processes in a biodiversity hotspot (Biodiversity and Ecology Series 2), Universitätsverlag Göttingen, 163-176.
Pohle, P. (2008): Indigenous and local concepts of land use and biodiversity management in the Andes of southern Ecuador. In: Löffler, Jörg; Stadelbauer, Jörg (eds.): Diversity in Mountain Systems (Colloquium Geographicum 31), Asgard, Sankt Augustin, 89-105.
Pohle, P. (2008): The people settled around Podocarpus National Park. In: Beck, Erwin; Bendix, Jörg; Kottke, Ingrid; Makeschin, Franz; Mosandl, Reinhard (eds.): Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador (Ecological Studies 198), Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 25-36.
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