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Bräuning, A.; Volland, F.; Peters, T.; Ganzhi, O. & Nauss, T. (2009): Climatic control of radial growth of Cedrela montana in a humid mountain rain forest in southern Ecuador.. Erdkunde 59, 337-345.
Crespo, P.; Feyen, J.; Buytaert, W.; Bücker, A.; Breuer, L.; Frede, H. & Ramirez, M. (2011): Identifying controls of the rainfall?runoff response of small catchments in the tropical Andes (Ecuador). Journal of Hydrology 407, 164?174.
Cárate Tandalla, D.; Leuschner, C. & Homeier, J. (2015): Performance of Seedlings of a Shade-Tolerant Tropical Tree Species after Moderate Addition of N and P. Frontiers in Earth Science 3, 75.
DFG PAK 823-825 (2016): Tabebuia Bulletin, Issue 5. Laboratory for Climatology and Remote Sensing (LCRS), University of Marburg, Marburg, Germany.
Ließ, M.; Glaser, B. & Huwe, B. (2009): Digital Soil Mappingin Southern Ecuador. Erdkunde 63, 309-319.
Brunschön, C.; Haberzettl, T. & Behling, H. (2010): High-resolution studies on vegetation succession, hydrological variations, anthropogenic impact and genesis of a subrecent lake in southern Ecuador. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 19, 191-206.
Carrillo Rojas, G.; Silva, B.; Cordova, M.; Celleri, R. & Bendix, J. (2016): Dynamic Mapping of Evapotranspiration Using an Energy Balance-Based Model over an Andean Páramo Catchment of Southern Ecuador. Remote Sensing 8(2), 160 (1-24).
Graefe, S.; Fang, D. & Butz, P. (2019): Water residence times in trees of a neotropical dry forest. Trees 1, 1–7.
Strutzenberger, P.; Brehm, G. & Fiedler, K. (2011): DNA barcoding-based species delimitation increases species count of Eois (Geometridae) moths in a well-studied tropical mountain forest by up to 50%. Insect Science 18, 349?362.
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.
Bogner, F.; Bendix, J. & Beck, E. 2016: Biodiversity Hotspot - Tropical Mountain Rainforest. (NCI Foundation, Ecuador).
Velescu, A.; Valarezo, C. & Wilcke, W. (2016): Response of dissolved carbon and nitrogen concentrations to moderate nutrient additions in a tropical montane forest of South Ecuador. Frontiers in Earth Science 4(58), 1-18.
González-Jaramillo, V.; Fries, A. & Bendix, J. (2019): AGB Estimation in a Tropical Mountain Forest (TMF) by Means of RGB and Multispectral Images Using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Remote Sensing 11(12), 1-22.
Unger, M.; Homeier, J. & Leuschner, C. (2012): Effects of soil chemistry on tropical forest biomass and productivity at different elevations in the equatorial Andes. Oecologia 170, 263-274.
DFG Research Unit 816 (2013): TMF Newsletter, Issue 19. Laboratory for Climatology and Remote Sensing (LCRS), University of Marburg, Marburg, Germany.
Göttlicher, D.; Albert, J.; Nauss, T. & Bendix, J. (2011): Optical properties of selected plants from a tropical mountain ecosystem - Traits for Plant Functional Types to parametrize a land surface model. . Ecological Modelling 222, 493-502.
Farwig, N.; Bendix, J. & Beck, E. (2017): Introduction to the Special Issue “Functional monitoring in megadiverse tropical ecosystems”. Ecological indicators 1(1), 1-3.
Niemann, H.; Brunschön, C. & Behling, H. (2010): Vegetation/modern pollen rain relationship along an altitudinal transect between 1920 and 3185 m a.s.l. in the Podocarpus National Park region, southeastern Ecuadorian Andes. Review of Palaeobotany and and Palynology 159(1-2), 69-80.
Rodriguez, F. & Behling, H. (2012): Late Quaternary vegetation, climate and fire dynamics, and evidence of early to mid-Holocene Polylepis forests in the Jimbura region of the southernmost Ecuadorian Andes. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 350-352, 247-257.
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