Press release 26 November 2015
Using sphere packing models to explain the structure of forests
Explaining the complex structure of tropical forests is one of the great challenges in ecology. An issue of special interest is the distribution of different sizes of trees,
something which is of particular relevance for biomass estimates.
A team of modellers from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), working together with research partners, has now developed a new method which can be used to explain the tree size distribution in natural forests.
Graduate School HIGRADE: Profile of the day
Name: Johannes Boog (Germany)
Department Environmental and Biotechnology Centre
Resilience analysis of nitrogen removal in aerated treatment wetlands
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