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Acosta Rojas, D.C.; Barczyk, M.; Espinosa, C.I.; Tinoco, B.A.; Neuschulz, E.L. & Schleuning, M. (2024): Systematic reduction in seed rain of large-seeded and endozoochorous species in pastures compared to forests along a tropical elevational gradient. Applied Vegetation Science 27, e12780.
Fabian, T. (2023): Vertical distribution of δ13C values in soils as proxy for N mineralisation rates under forest and pasture along an elevational gradient in south Ecuador Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Institut für Geographie Geoökologie, master thesis
Pierick, K.; Link, R.; Leuschner, C. & Homeier, J. (2022): Elevational trends of tree fine root traits in species-rich tropical Andean forests. Oikos x(x), x-x.
Weigand, A.; Homeier, J.; Lehnert, M. & Kessler, M. (2022): Influence of increasing nutrient availability on fern and lycophyte diversity. American Fern Journal 112(1), 17-35.
Fiedler, K. & Brehm, G. (2021): Aposematic Coloration of Moths Decreases Strongly along an Elevational Gradient in the Andes. Insects 12(10), -.
Homeier, J. & Leuschner, C. (2021): Factors controlling the productivity of tropical Andean forests: climate and soil are more important than tree diversity. Biogeosciences 18(4), 1524-1541.
Wilcke, W. (2021): Litterfall in Andean forests: Quantity, composition, and environmental drivers. In: Randall W. Myster (eds.): The Andean Cloud Forest ( ), Springer Nature Switzerland, Basel, Switzerland, 89-110.
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.
Liersch, T. (2017): Effects of elevation and annual climate variations on the decomposition rate in the Ecuadorian Andes Philipps-Universität Marburg, master thesis
Batke, S. (2017): Elevation shaping foliar C/N-ratio and ant abundance without affecting leaf area loss in pristine and degraded montane rainforests in Ecuador Philipps-Universität Marburg, master thesis
Tiede, Y.; Schlautmann, J.; Donoso, D.A.; Wallis, C.; Bendix, J.; Brandl, R. & Farwig, N. (2017): Ants as indicators of environmental change and ecosystem processes. Ecological indicators 1(1), 1-6.
Mattes, J.; Peter, F. & Farwig, N. (2016): Seasonal variation in nutrient use of ants in natural and disturbed montane rainforests in Southern Ecuador Philipps University of Marburg, Faculty of Biology, master thesis
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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