Christian Ammer mostly deals with Ecology, Forest management, Fagus sylvatica, Biodiversity and Forest ecology. His Forest management research is under the purview of Agroforestry. As part of his Beech and Forestry and Fagus sylvatica studies, he is studying Fagus sylvatica.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ecology, Representativeness heuristic, Identification and Database. His Forest ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental resource management and Ecosystem services. Christian Ammer has researched Competition in several fields, including Climate change and Interspecific competition.
Christian Ammer mainly focuses on Ecology, Beech, Forest management, Biodiversity and Agroforestry. His study on Beech also encompasses disciplines like
His research in Biodiversity intersects with topics in Structural complexity, Land use, Ecosystem and Environmental resource management. In the subject of general Agroforestry, his work in Silviculture is often linked to Productivity, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Christian Ammer interconnects Picea abies, Canopy, Basal area and Crown in the investigation of issues within Fagus sylvatica.
Ecology, Biodiversity, Beech, Fagus sylvatica and Forest management are his primary areas of study. Christian Ammer combines subjects such as Abundance, Species richness, Ecosystem and Land use with his study of Biodiversity. His Beech research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Monoculture, Vegetative reproduction, Agronomy, Scots pine and Spatial ecology.
He has included themes like Agroforestry and Structural complexity in his Monoculture study. His studies in Fagus sylvatica integrate themes in fields like Old-growth forest, Picea abies, Plant ecology and Competition. His Forest management research incorporates themes from Temperate climate, Environmental change, Vegetation, Understory and Microclimate.
Christian Ammer focuses on Biodiversity, Ecology, Beech, Forest management and Structural complexity. His Biodiversity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agroforestry and Species richness. His Agroforestry study incorporates themes from Rainforest, Woody plant and Interspecific competition.
His study in the field of Trophic level, Gamma diversity and Biomass also crosses realms of Microsatellite. His Beech study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agronomy and Ecosystem services. His Forest management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Temperate forest, Temperate rainforest, Ecosystem and Vegetation.
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Positive biodiversity-productivity relationship predominant in global forests
Jingjing Liang;Thomas W. Crowther;Nicolas Picard;Susan Wiser.
Adaptive forest management in central Europe: Climate change impacts, strategies and integrative concept
Andreas Bolte;Christian Ammer;Magnus Löf;Palle Madsen.
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (2009)
Admixing broadleaved to coniferous tree species: a review on yield, ecological stability and economics
Thomas Knoke;Christian Ammer;Bernd Stimm;Reinhard Mosandl.
European Journal of Forest Research (2008)
Impact of ungulates on structure and dynamics of natural regeneration of mixed mountain forests in the Bavarian Alps
Forest Ecology and Management (1996)
Arthropod decline in grasslands and forests is associated with landscape-level drivers
Sebastian Seibold;Martin M. Gossner;Nadja K. Simons;Nadja K. Simons;Nico Blüthgen.
TRY plant trait database : Enhanced coverage and open access
Jens Kattge;Gerhard Bönisch;Sandra Díaz;Sandra Lavorel.
Global Change Biology (2020)
Mixed forests reconsidered: A forest economics contribution on an ecological concept
Thomas-H. Knoke;Bernd Stimm;Christian-H. Ammer;Martin Moog.
Forest Ecology and Management (2005)
Diversity and forest productivity in a changing climate.
New Phytologist (2019)
Site-adapted admixed tree species reduce drought susceptibility of mature European beech.
Jérôme Metz;Peter Annighöfer;Peter Schall;Jorma Zimmermann.
Global Change Biology (2016)
The impact of even‐aged and uneven‐aged forest management on regional biodiversity of multiple taxa in European beech forests
Peter Schall;Martin M. Gossner;Steffi Heinrichs;Markus Fischer.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2018)
Forest Ecology and Management
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