Stephan Kambach

Kontakt/Adresse

Stephan Kambach

PhD student

Department of Community Ecology
Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
Theodor-Lieser-Straße 4
06120 Halle (Saale), Germany


Institut for Biology / Geobotany and Botanical Garden
Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
Am Kirchtor 1
06108 Halle (Saale), Germany


Phone: 0345 55 26263
stephan.kambach@ufz.de
researchgate.net/profile/Stephan_Kambach

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CV / Scientific Career

2006 - 2012

Studies in Biology, Diploma
Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg

Thesis: Human-induced disturbance alters pollinator communities in tropical mountain forests


2012 - 2013

Internship, Université Picardie-Jules Vernes, France
Group: Edysan - Ecology and Dynamics of Human-influenced Systems

Topic: Niche breadth estimates derived from species co-occurrence and geographic distribution: How well do they match across spatial scales?

2013 -

PhD student at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Department of Community Ecology

Thesis: Ecosystem services in European forests

Research interests

- how are ecosystem services related to forest biodiversity
- community assembly rules up to macro-ecological scales
- statistics and R

Publications

Seppelt, R., Beckmann, M., Ceauşu, S., Cord, A.F., Gerstner, K., Gurevitch, J., Kambach, S., Klotz, S., Mendenhall, C., Phillips, H.R.P., Powell, K., Verburg, P.H. Verhagen, W., Winter, M., Newbold, T. (2016) Harmonizing biodiversity conservation and productivity in the context of increasing demands on landscapes. BioScience

Kambach, S., Guerra, F., Beck, S.G., Hensen, I. and Schleuning, M. (2012) Human-induced disturbance alters pollinator communities in tropical mountain forests. Diversity


Conference Talks and Posters

GFÖ 2015 - talk: The effects of diversity on growth: From synthetic tree communities to national forest inventories

GFÖ 2015 - poster: Niche breadth estimates derived from species co-occurrence and geographic
distribution: How well do they match across spatial scales?

IAVS 2015 - talk: Niche breadth estimates derived from species co-occurrence and geographic
distribution: How well do they match across spatial scales?

GFÖ 2014 - talk: The realized niche breadth of vascular plants across the European Alps