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Quitian, M.; Santillan, V.; Espinosa, C.I.; Homeier, J.; Boehning-Gaese, K.; Schleuning, M. & Neuschulz, E. (2018): Direct and indirect effects of plant and frugivore diversity on structural and functional components of fruit removal. Oecologia x, x-x.
Quitian, M.; Santillan, V.; Bender, I.M.; Espinosa, C.I.; Homeier, J.; Boehning-Gaese, K.; Schleuning, M. & Neuschulz, E. (2018): Functional responses of avian frugivores to variation of fruit resources in natural and fragmented forests. Functional Ecology x, x-x.
Gonzales-Jaramillo, V.; Fries, A.; Zeilinger, J.; Homeier, J.; Paladines, J. & Bendix, J. (2018): Estimation of Above Ground Biomass in a Tropical Mountain Forest in Southern Ecuador Using Airborne LiDAR Data. Remote Sensing 10, .
Pierick, K. (2017): Variation of tree fine root traits along a topographical gradient in an Ecuadorian tropical montane forest University of Goettingen, master thesis
Quitian, M.; Santillan, V.; Espinosa, C.I.; Homeier, J.; Boehning-Gaese, K.; Schleuning, M. & Neuschulz, E. (2017): Elevation-dependent effects of forest fragmentation on plant–bird interaction networks in the tropical Andes. Ecography 40, 1-10.
Cárate Tandalla, D.; Camenzind, T.; Leuschner, C. & Homeier, J. (2018): Contrasting species responses to continued nitrogen and phosphorus addition in tropical montane forest tree seedlings. Biotropica 50(2), 234-245.
Báez, S. & Homeier, J. (2018): Functional traits determine tree growth and ecosystem productivity of a tropical montane forest: Insights from a long-term nutrient manipulation experiment. Global Change Biology 24(1), 399-409.
Homeier, J.; Báez, S.; Hertel, D. & Leuschner, C. 2017: Tropical Forest Ecosystem Responses to Increasing Nutrient Availability. (Frontiers Media SA).
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.
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.
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.
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.
Wagner, F.H.; Bräuning, A.; Homeier, J.; Spannl, S.; Volland, F. & et, a. (2016): Climate seasonality limits leaf carbon assimilation and wood productivity in tropical forests. Biogeosciences 13, 2537–2562.
Fadrique, B. & Homeier, J. (2016): Elevation and topography influence community structure, biomass and host tree interactions of lianas in tropical montane forests of southern Ecuador. Journal of Vegetation Science 27, 958-968.
Spannl, S.; Homeier, J. & Bräuning, A. (2016): Nutrient-Induced Modifications of Wood Anatomical Traits of Alchornea lojaensis (Euphorbiaceae). Frontiers in Earth Science 4(50), 1-11.
Homeier, J. 2008: Potential Vegetation and Floristic Composition of Andean Forests in South Ecuador, with a Focus on the RBSF. (Springer).
Camenzind, T.; Papathanasiou, H.J.; Förster, A.; Dietrich, K.; Hertel, D.; Homeier, J.; Oelmann, Y.; Olsson, P.A.; Suarez, J.P. & Rillig, M.C. (2016): Increases in Soil Aggregation Following Phosphorus Additions in a Tropical Premontane Forest are Not Driven by Root and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Abundances. Frontiers in Earth Science 3(89), e.
Camenzind, T.; Homeier, J.; Dietrich, K.; Hempel, S.; Hertel, D.; Krohn, A.; Leuschner, C.; Oelmann, Y.; Olsson, P.A.; Suarez, J.P. & Rillig, M.C. (2016): Opposing effects of nitrogen versus phosphorus additions on mycorrhizal fungal abundance along an elevational gradient in tropical montane forests. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 94, 37-47.
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.
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