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Page BiodivERsA 3: Predicting European forest soil biodiversity and its functioning under ongoing climate change
Page BuTaKli: subproject ALU1: Does mixing beech (fagus sylvatica) and fir (abies alba) improve the tolerance of trees to drought stress?
Page Can the drought tolerance of Norway spruce and European beech be improved through liming?
Page ConFoBi: Subproject A2 Retention of structural elements in selectively used forests
Page Effects of tree species diversity on availability, uptake and use efficiency of nutrients in a subtropical tree species diversity experiment
Page Factors controlling phosphorous availability and their relevance for phosphorous nutrition of forest stands (DFG SPP 1685)
Page Functional significance of forest biodiversity for timber quality - effects of interspecific competition on crown characteristics and stem properties
Page FUNWOOD - The effect of forest management intensity on the diversity of wood-decaying fungi and dead wood decomposition
Page How do inter- or intra-specific differences in crown architecture, light absorption and light-use efficiency determine thinning responses and complementary effects in mixed-species forests?
Page Innovations- und Qualitätsfonds (IQF): Programm: "Stärkung des Beitrags der Wissenschaft für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung - Reallabore", "Wissensdialog Nordschwarzwald - ein Reallabor-Projekt"
Page Quality of Sorbus torminals regeneration in oak coppice forests
Page Silver fir and Douglas-fir as substitutes for Norway spruce: a comparative study on resilience and resistance of growth
Page Small-scale forestry in Germany: Fire wood supply and regional added value. New competitions in utilization and aspects of sustainability
Page The influence of forest harvesting intensity on species and structural diversity of forests
Page Variation in P-concentrations in growth rings of trees as indicators of P availability and recycling efficiency in forest ecosystems (DFG SPP 1685)
Page “DRIeR” Drought impacts processes and resilience: making the invisible visible
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