Hans Pretzsch mainly investigates Ecology, Beech, Fagus sylvatica, Picea abies and Allometry. His study in Crown, Canopy, Monoculture, Forest ecology and Shade tolerance is done as part of Ecology. His study on Monoculture also encompasses disciplines like
Hans Pretzsch combines subjects such as Quercus petraea, Agronomy and Scots pine with his study of Beech. His Fagus sylvatica research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Basal area, Productivity, Fagaceae, Phenology and Competition. His Allometry research incorporates themes from Range and Tree allometry.
His primary areas of study are Beech, Ecology, Fagus sylvatica, Forest management and Forestry. Hans Pretzsch has researched Beech in several fields, including Agronomy, Basal area, Picea abies, Scots pine and Competition. Allometry, Crown, Climate change, Canopy and Resistance are subfields of Ecology in which his conducts study.
His studies deal with areas such as Biomass and Tree allometry as well as Allometry. His Fagus sylvatica study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Productivity, Quercus petraea and Atmospheric sciences. His research integrates issues of Biodiversity, Forest ecology, Environmental resource management and Ecosystem services in his study of Forest management.
Hans Pretzsch spends much of his time researching Beech, Forestry, Agronomy, Fagus sylvatica and Forest management. His Beech study incorporates themes from Plant ecology, Hardwood, Quercus petraea and Thinning. His research investigates the connection with Agronomy and areas like Scots pine which intersect with concerns in Climate change.
His Fagus sylvatica study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Picea abies, Tree and Crown. His study in Forest management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Forest ecology and Ecosystem services. His study looks at the intersection of Forest ecology and topics like Biodiversity with Sustainability.
Hans Pretzsch mainly focuses on Forest management, Agronomy, Ecosystem services, Forestry and Climate change. His Forest management research includes themes of Forest ecology and China. His Agronomy research includes elements of Canopy, Quercus petraea and Scots pine.
His Forestry research integrates issues from Citizen journalism and Picea abies, Abies alba. His Fagus sylvatica research focuses on Species diversity and how it relates to Beech. His Crown study is concerned with Ecology in general.
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Forest Dynamics, Growth, and Yield
The single tree-based stand simulator SILVA: construction, application and evaluation
H. Pretzsch;P. Biber;J. Ďurský.
Forest Ecology and Management (2002)
Positive biodiversity-productivity relationship predominant in global forests
Jingjing Liang;Thomas W. Crowther;Nicolas Picard;Susan Wiser.
Forest Dynamics, Growth and Yield: From Measurement to Model
Forest stand growth dynamics in Central Europe have accelerated since 1870
Hans Pretzsch;Peter Biber;Gerhard Schütze;Enno Uhl.
Nature Communications (2014)
Resistance of European tree species to drought stress in mixed versus pure forests: evidence of stress release by inter-specific facilitation.
H. Pretzsch;G. Schütze;E. Uhl.
Plant Biology (2013)
Canopy space filling and tree crown morphology in mixed-species stands compared with monocultures
Forest Ecology and Management (2014)
Modellierung des Waldwachstums
Comparison between the productivity of pure and mixed stands of Norway spruce and European beech along an ecological gradient
Hans Pretzsch;Joachim Block;Jochen Dieler;Phan Hoang Dong.
Annals of Forest Science (2010)
Transgressive overyielding in mixed compared with pure stands of Norway spruce and European beech in Central Europe: evidence on stand level and explanation on individual tree level
Hans Pretzsch;Gerhard Schütze.
European Journal of Forest Research (2009)
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