Temperate forests in Europe under the current climatic conditions are dominated by Beech trees. The area of the Steigerwald forest harbors one of the most steep gradients of management intensity in beech, providing an excellent research platform for a better understanding of biodiversity patterns in temperate forests. I will present results from Steigerwald, European beech forests and Fagus orientalis forests in Iran.
invited by Heike Feldhaar, Animal Ecology I
How to tackle nonlinear and disequilibrium responses in ecology and environmental research
New aspects of microbial sulfur cycling: from novel sulfate reducers to pyrite-forming microorganisms
Microbial storage compounds in soil: a neglected dimension of the carbon cycle