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Bendix, J. & Beck, E. (2016): Environmental Change And Its Impacts In A Biodiversity Hotspot Of The South Ecuadorian Andes–Monitoring And Mitigation Strategies. Erdkunde 70(1), 1-4.
DFG PAK 823-825 (2016): Tabebuia Bulletin, Issue 5. Laboratory for Climatology and Remote Sensing (LCRS), University of Marburg, Marburg, Germany.
Rollenbeck, R.; Trachte, K. & Bendix, J. (2016): A New Class of Quality Controls for Micrometeorological Data in Complex Tropical Environments. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 33(1), 169-183.
Gonzalez, V.; Fries, A.; Rollenbeck, R.; Paladines, J.; Oñate-Valivieso, F. & Bendix, J. (2016): Assessment of deforestation during the last decades in Ecuador using NOAA-AVHRR satellite data. Erdkunde 70(No. 3), 217-235.
Makowski Giannoni, S.; Trachte, K.; Rollenbeck, R.; Lehnert, L.; Fuchs, J. & Bendix, J. (2016): Atmospheric salt deposition in a tropical mountain rainforest at the eastern Andean slopes of south Ecuador – Pacific or Atlantic origin?. Atmospheric chemistry and physics 16, 10241-10261.
Correa, A.; Windhorst, D.; Crespo, P.; Celleri, R.; Feyen, J. & Breuer, L. (2016): Continuous versus event based sampling: How many samples are required for deriving general hydrological understanding on Ecuador's páramo region?. Hydrological Processes 30(22), 4059-4073.
Mosquera, G.; Celleri, R.; Lazo, P.; Vaché, K.; Perakis, S. & Crespo, P. (2016): Combined use of isotopic and hydrometric data to conceptualize ecohydrological processes in a high-elevation tropical ecosystem. Hydrological Processes xxx, xxx.
Mosquera, G.; Segura, C.; Vaché, K.; Windhorst, D.; Breuer, L. & Crespo, P. (2016): Insights into the water mean transit time in a high-elevation tropical ecosystem. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS) 20(7), 2987-3004.
Iniguez, C.; Rausche, S.; Cueva, A.; Sánchez-Rodríguez, A.; Espinosa, C. & Breuer, L. (2016): Shifts in leaf litter breakdown along a forest–pasture–urban gradient in Andean streams. Ecology and Evolution 6(14), 4849-4865.
Spreuer, J. (2016): Ektomykorrhizapilze in Kiefernplantagen im Páramo von Ecuador Universität Tübingen, bachelor thesis
Ochoa Moreno, S.; Paul, C. & Knoke, T. (2016): Warum Kleinbauern in Ecuador die Landnutzung diversifizieren. Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift für Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 71(13), 31-34.
Urgiles , N.; Haug, I.; Setaro, S. & Aguirre, N. 2016: Introduction to Mycorrhizas in the Tropics with Emphasis on the Montane Forest in Southern Ecuador.: Estudios de Bioversidad 4 (EDILOJA Cía. Ltda., Loja).
Schlaeppi, K.; Bender, S.F.; Mascher, F.; Russo, G.; Patrignani, A.; Camenzind, T.; Hempel, S.; Rillig, M.C. & van der Heijden, M.G. (2016): High-resolution community profiling of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist xx, xx.
Crowther, T. & et, a. (2015): Mapping tree density at a global scale. Nature 525(7568), 201-205.
Slik, F. & et, a. (2015): An estimate of the number of tropical tree species. PNAS 112(24), 7472-7477.
Silva, B.; Strobl, S.; Beck, E. & Bendix, J. (2016): Canopy evapotranspiration, leaf transpiration and water use efficiency of an Andean pasture in SE-Ecuador – a case study. Erdkunde 70(1), 5-18.
Adams, M. & Fiedler, K. (2016): Low Herbivory among Targeted Reforestation Sites in the Andean Highlands of Southern Ecuador.. PLoS ONE 11(3), e0151277.
Adams, M. & Fiedler, K. (2015): The value of targeted reforestations for local insect diversity: a case study from the Ecuadorian Andes.. Biodiversity and Conservation 24, 2709-2734.
Kübler, D.; Hildebrandt, P.; Günter, S.; Stimm, B.; Weber, M.; Mosandl, R.; Munoz, J.; Cabrera, O.; Aguirre, N.; Zeilinger, J. & Silva, B. (2016): Assessing the importance of topographic variables for the spatial distribution of tree species in a tropical mountain forest. Erdkunde 70(1), 19-47.
Tiede, Y.; Homeier, J.; Cumbicus Torres, N.; Pena Tamayo, J.E.; Albrecht, J.; Ziegenhagen, B.; Bendix, J.; Brandl, R. & Farwig, N. (2016): Phylogenetic niche conservatism does not explain elevational patterns of species richness, phyodiversity and family age of tree assemblages in Andean rainforest. Erdkunde 70(1), 83-106.
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