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Hansjürg Steinlin-Preis 2009 for Raffael Kratzer
Waldbau-Seminar in the Wintersemester 2009/2010 (from Nov 09, 2009 04:15 PM to Feb 24, 2010 04:15 PM)
"Deutscher Forstwissenschaftspreis 2010" for Dr. Stefanie Gärtner
"Waldbau-Seminar" in the Wintersemester 2010/2011 (Herderbau, R 400 (4.OG) , from Oct 20, 2010 04:15 PM to Apr 09, 2011 04:15 PM)
Waldbau-Seminar WS 2010/2011 starts in October.
New book: Ecosystem Goods and Services from Plantation Forests
Guest talk by Prof. H. Kreft: “Global biodiversity of plants: Patterns, determinants, threats” (Herderbau, R 400 (4.OG) , from Oct 20, 2010 04:15 PM to Oct 20, 2010 06:00 PM)
Free Floater Research Group, Biodiversity, Macroecology & Conservation Biogeography, University of Göttingen
New book: A produção familiar como alternativa de um desenvolvimento sustentável para a Amazônia
Guest Seminar by Mark Neyland: “Forests and Forestry in Tasmania” (Herderbau, R 100 (1st floor) , from Jun 09, 2011 04:15 PM to Jun 09, 2011 06:00 PM)
Symposium "Niederwälder in Rheinland-Pfalz (from Sep 26, 2011 09:00 AM to Sep 26, 2011 04:30 PM)
"GfÖ-Master Award 2011" for Tamalika Chakraborty
Retention Forestry - the way to go, say international experts in "BioScience"
Lunch seminar: "An innovative experimental approach to biodiversity –ecosystem functioning research with trees" (from Jul 02, 2012 12:30 PM to Jul 02, 2012 01:45 PM)
Pilgerodendron uviferum old-growth can be eliminated from the landscape by severe fires - Publication in "Ecosystems"
Meta-analysis confirms suitability of group planting of oaks - Publication in "Forest Ecology & Management"
Douglas fir is not more storm resistant than Norway spruce - Results from long-term forest growth experiments in southwestern Germany
Long and shady shelterwood situations may lead to instable root systems in naturally regenerated Douglas fir
"Thurn und Taxis Förderpreis 2012" for Patrick Pyttel
Periodic thinning operations seem to promote the dominance of non-indigenous northern red oak in the regeneration layer of European mixed hardwood forests
PioWood: New research project on utilization of fast growing pioneer trees
Growth of spruce and fir benefits from mixed-species neighbourhoods of these species
Wild Service Tree outlasts continuous cover of Sessile Oak.
Increased tree species richness & similar stand productivity: oak cluster planting compared to traditional row planting.
Friederike Lang und Jürgen Bauhus in den Wissenschaftlichen Beirat für Waldpolitik berufen
Not the harvesting removal of mature trees, but the damage to remaining trees and subsequent thinning have the strongest influence on tree species composition of a lowland Amazonian rainforest.
Oak-Cluster planting: Intra- and interspecific competition differently influence stem quality
Tree species interactions in mixed stands are not static - they change temporally and spatially
A new index of forest management intensity
Estimating the light absorption by individual species within mixed-species forests
Julia Sohn was awarded the „Göttinger Preis Waldökosystemforschung“ 2014
Steinlin-Preis 2013 for Jan Bannister and Gregor Seitz
Jürgen Bauhus and Jan Bannister obtain "IUFRO Scientific Awards 2014"
European forest scientists discuss suitability of close-to-nature silviculture for adapting temperate European forests to climate change
David Forrester receives Heisenberg-Scholarship
What limits adoption of alternative silvicultural systems?
ConFoBi: DFG grants post graduate programme on the conservation of forest biodiversity
Dr. Friderike Beyer receives the “Margarete von Wrangell-Award” for 5 years of post-doctoral research on the effects of tree species diversity on fine root processes
The functional diversity of European forests on Youtube
Prof. Dr. Christian Messier receives Humboldt Research Award
The famous "Schauinsland excursion", now available as smartphone app
Dr. Angela de Avila has received Thurn und Taxis Incentive Award for Forest Sciences 2017
ILUS Summer School 2018
New publication: Minor European broadleaved tree species are more drought-tolerant than Fagus sylvatica but not more tolerant than Quercus petraea
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