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MRp|SE Newsletter, Issue: 1

The first MRp|SE Newsletter offers research and knowledge transfer results: The test of models for small scale plant distributions shows the advantages of ensemble approaches. This result as well as a new method to analyze canopy evapotranspriation and leaf photosynthesis were awarded with poster prizes. A medical technique helps to study wood anatomy. In contrast to previous data the analysis of fertilized phosphorus revealed that it is not only retained in above-ground biomass and the...

cloud top heights in the Taroko Gorge, Taiwan (raw video)

Martin Schulz

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 9

Newsletter of the DFG Research Unit 816 "Biodiversity and Sustainable Management of a Megadiverse Mountain Ecosystem in Southern Ecuador", www.tropicalmountainforest.org

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 10

Newsletter of the DFG Research Unit 816 "Biodiversity and Sustainable Management of a Megadiverse Mountain Ecosystem in Southern Ecuador", www.tropicalmountainforest.org

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 15

Newsletter of the DFG Research Unit 816 "Biodiversity and Sustainable Management of a Megadiverse Mountain Ecosystem in Southern Ecuador", www.tropicalmountainforest.org

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 17

The Newsletter presents a summary of five years of research (Speakers’ Corner) and provides insight in latest results of the nutrient addition experiments, the competition between bracken and pasture grass, mycorrhization, climate change research and recent modelings, the advances of the data warehouse and the Laser Scanning Mission as well as achievements in afforestation experiments (Science News). This issue also informs about recent progress of the foundation NCI, the status of the two transfer projects...

Improvement of forest management key strategies: a contribution to conservation and sustainable land use

Patrick Hildebrandt, Sven Günter, Nikolay Aguirre, Baltazar Calvas, Ximena Palomeque, Carlos Manchego, Dario Veintimilla, Reinhard Mosandl, Bernd Stimm & Michael Weber

Development and validation of functional indicators for avian seed dispersal.

Eike-Lena Neuschulz, Marta Quitian, Vinicio Santillan, Matthias Schleuning & Katrin Boehning-Gaese

Water consumption and carbon uptake in a tropical mountain rain forest as direct functional indicators of slow environmental changes

Erwin Beck, Simone Strobl, Eduardo Cueva Ortiz & Susanne Spannl

Tree water use in the neotropical dry forest

Sophie Graefe, Philipp Butz, Eduardo Cueva & Dirk Hölscher

Arctiidae 1999-2005 (species-site matrix)

Konrad Fiedler
Data from PHD-theses of Dirk Süßenbach and Nadine Hilt and diploma thesis of Manuela Zimmermann. For further information see references cited with the main dataset (list of specimens).

Monthly ground fog frequency maps for Taiwan (2003-2014).

Martin Schulz
Ground fog masks were created from MODIS data from 2003 to 2014 using the method DOGMA. From those masks the ground fog frequency was calculated for each month separately.

Map of montane cloud forest in Taiwan

Martin Schulz
Map of montane cloud forest in Taiwan derived from MODIS based ground fog frequency data, ASTER GDEM 2 and Landsat 7 data.

Resolution: 250 m per pixel

The map was created as described in
Schulz, H.M., Li, C.F., Chang, S.C., Thies, B., and Bendix J.: Mapping the montane cloud forest of Taiwan using 12 year MODIS-derived ground fog frequency data, PLOS ONE, manuscript submitted for publication.

Fog frequencies in Europe (monthly means)

Sebastian Egli
This dataset contains monthly average fog frequencies for Europe.

cloud top height determination in the Taroko Gorge, Taiwan (camera view)

Martin Schulz

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 18

The speakers give a glimpse on the complex on-site review procedure of the projects which constitute the German part of the new Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Monitoring and Research in South Ecuador. They also report about the Status Symposium which enjoyed a numerous audience. NCI reports about the application to the UNESCO for the first biosphere reserve in the Ecuadorian Western Cordillera comprising the entire ecological gradient from the Paramo to the Pacific. The...

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 19

20 groups of scientists representing a multitude of scientific disciplines summarize major results of their research in this last issue of the TMF Newsletter: They report about science-directed and sustainable land-use systems and present protocols for optimization of sustainable forest and pasture management. Specific reactions of species and of the ecosystem tropical mountain forest (TMF) to increasing loads of nutrient input are shown. The researchers also summarize effects of altered precipitation and temperatures on nitrogen...

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 12

Newsletter of the DFG Research Unit 816 "Biodiversity and Sustainable Management of a Megadiverse Mountain Ecosystem in Southern Ecuador", www.tropicalmountainforest.org

TMF Newsletter, Issue: 1

Newsletter of the DFG Research Unit 816 "Biodiversity and Sustainable Management of a Megadiverse Mountain Ecosystem in Southern Ecuador", www.tropicalmountainforest.org

Introduction: Monitoring functions in megadiverse tropical ecosystems

Erwin Beck, Jörg Bendix, Lutz Breuer, Nina Farwig & David Siddons

Quantification of functional hydro-biogeochemical indicators in Ecuadorian ecosystems and their reaction to global change

David Windhorst & Lutz Breuer

Towards a guideline for digital soil mapping in Ecuador

Mareike Ließ

Pyraloidea 1999-2000 (species-site matrix)

Konrad Fiedler
Data from PHD-thesis of Dirk Süßenbach. For further information see references cited with the main dataset (list of specimens)

Water consumption and carbon capture by trees of an evergreen and a dry forest in the Andes of South Ecuador as functional indicators of slow environmental changes

Erwin Beck, Simone Strobl, Eduardo Cueva Ortiz, Susanne Spannl, Sophie Graefe, Philipp Butz, Eduardo Cueva & Dirk Hölscher

A spatially explicit indicator for species diversity derived from remote sensing in the mountain rainforest of southern Ecuador

Christine Wallis, Konrad Fiedler, Roland Brandl, Nina Farwig & Jörg Bendix

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