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Schwarz, M.T.; Oelmann, Y. & Wilcke, W. (2011): Stable N isotope composition of nitrate reflects N transformations during the passage of water through a montane rain forest in Ecuador. Biogeochemístry 102, 195-208.
Wullaert, H.; Homeier, J.; Valarezo, C. & Wilcke, W. (2010): Response of the N and P cycles of an old-growth montane forest in Ecuador to experimental low-level N and P amendments. Forest Ecology and Management 260, 1435-1445.
Plesca, I.; Timbe, E.; Exbrayat, J.F.; Windhorst, D.; Kraft, P.; Crespo, P.; Vaché, K.; Frede, H. & Breuer, L. (2011): Model intercomparison to explore catchment functioning: Results from a remote montane tropical rainforest. Ecological Modelling in press, 1-11.
Hertel, T. (2012): Tree Seed Procurement and Management in the Province of Loja Institute of Silviculture, Technische Universität München, master thesis
Dislich, C. & Huth, A. (2012): Modelling the impact of shallow landslides on forest structure in tropical montane forests. Ecological Modelling 239, 40-53.
Wittich, B.; Horna, V.; Homeier, J. & Leuschner, C. (2012): Altitudinal decrease in photosynthetic capacity in tropical trees: A case study from Ecuador and a pantropical literature analysis. Ecosystems 15, 958-973.
Dislich, C.; Günter, S.; Homeier, J.; Schröder, B. & Huth, A. (2009): Simulating forest dynamics of a tropical montane forest in South Ecuador . Erdkunde 63, 347-364.
Rollenbeck, R.; Bendix, J. & Fabian, P. (2011): Spatial and temporal dynamics of atmospheric water inputs in tropical mountain forests of South Ecuador. . Hydrological Processes 25, 344 - 352.
Pucha Cofrep, D.A. (2016): Environmental signals in radial growth, stable isotope variations and nutrient concentration of trees from different forest ecosystems in southern Ecuador Institute of Geography, University Erlangen-Nürnberg, phd thesis
Vorpahl, P.; Elsenbeer, H.; Märker, M. & Schröder, B. (2012): How can statistical models help to determine driving factors of landslides?. Ecological Modelling 239, 27-39.
Volland, F.; Bräuning, A.; Ganzhi, O.; Peters, T. & Maza, H. (2011): Radial stem variations of Tabebuia chrysantha (Bignoniaceae) in different tropical forest ecosystems of southern Ecuador. Trees 25, 39-48.
Jantz, N.; Homeier, J.; León Yánez, S.; Moscoso, A. & Behling, H. (2013): Trapping pollen in the tropics — Comparing modern pollen rain spectra of different pollen traps and surface samples across Andean vegetation zones. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 193, 57-69.
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.
Bauer, F. (2011): Water flow paths in soils of an undisturbed and landslide affected mature montane rainforest in South Ecuador University of Bayreuth, department of soil physics (Prof. Dr. Bernd Huwe), phd thesis
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.
Dietrich, K.; Spöri, E. & Oelmann, Y. (2016): Nutrient addition modifies phosphatase activities along an altitudinal gradient in a tropical montane forest in Southern Ecuador. Frontiers in Earth Science 4, 1-9.
Ließ, M.; Glaser, B. & Huwe, B. (2009): Digital Soil Mappingin Southern Ecuador. Erdkunde 63, 309-319.
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.
Bodner, F.; Strutzenberger, P.; Brehm, G. & Fiedler, K. (2012): Species Richness and Host Specificity among Caterpillar Ensembles on Shrubs in the Andes of Southern Ecuador. Neotropical Entomology n/a, n/a.
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