The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Biodiversity, Rainforest, Species richness and Ecosystem. In his study, Jürgen Homeier carries out multidisciplinary Ecology and Phylogenetic nomenclature research. His studies in Biodiversity integrate themes in fields like Ordination, Lepidoptera genitalia, Ennominae, Habitat and Tropical climate.
In his research, Biomass, Endemism and Biota is intimately related to Tropics, which falls under the overarching field of Rainforest. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plant community, Abundance and Species diversity in addition to Species richness. His research integrates issues of Nutrient and Vegetation in his study of Ecosystem.
His main research concerns Ecology, Ecosystem, Biomass, Rainforest and Botany. Ecology is frequently linked to Altitude in his study. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Plant community, Rare species and Agroforestry.
His Biomass study also includes
Jürgen Homeier spends much of his time researching Ecology, Species richness, Ecosystem, Trait and Biomass. His work on Ecology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Elevation. Jürgen Homeier has researched Species richness in several fields, including Plant community, Abundance, Community and Nutrient.
His work deals with themes such as Physical geography, Biome and Macroecology, which intersect with Abundance. His Biomass research integrates issues from Rainforest, Climate change, Specific leaf area and Atmospheric sciences. His Specific leaf area research includes themes of Productivity, Primary production, Canopy, Vegetation and Remote sensing.
Jürgen Homeier mostly deals with Vegetation, Species richness, Biome, Plant community and Abundance. His work carried out in the field of Vegetation brings together such families of science as Global warming, Global and Planetary Change and Climate change. His Species richness study improves the overall literature in Ecology.
Jürgen Homeier has included themes like Macroecology, Ecoinformatics, Physical geography, Radiative forcing and Microclimate in his Biome study. Borrowing concepts from Ecosystem, he weaves in ideas under Trait. Jürgen Homeier combines subjects such as Productivity, Biomass, Atmospheric sciences and Canopy with his study of Ecosystem.
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Mapping tree density at a global scale
T. W. Crowther;H. B. Glick;K. R. Covey;C. Bettigole.
An estimate of the number of tropical tree species
J. W. Ferry Slik;Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez;Shin-Ichiro Aiba;Patricia Alvarez-Loayza.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Global warming, elevational ranges and the vulnerability of tropical biota
William F. Laurance;William F. Laurance;D. Carolina Useche;Luke P. Shoo;Sebastian K. Herzog.
Biological Conservation (2011)
Deforestation and Forest Fragmentation in South Ecuador since the 1970s - Losing a Hotspot of Biodiversity
María Fernanda Tapia-Armijos;María Fernanda Tapia-Armijos;Jürgen Homeier;Carlos Iván Espinosa;Christoph Leuschner.
PLOS ONE (2015)
Seasonality of weather and tree phenology in a tropical evergreen mountain rain forest
J. Bendix;J. Homeier;E. Cueva Ortiz;P. Emck.
International Journal of Biometeorology (2006)
Global trait–environment relationships of plant communities
Helge Bruelheide;Jürgen Dengler;Jürgen Dengler;Oliver Purschke;Jonathan Lenoir.
Nature Ecology and Evolution (2018)
Nitrogen and phosphorus additions impact arbuscular mycorrhizal abundance and molecular diversity in a tropical montane forest
Tessa Camenzind;Stefan Hempel;Jürgen Homeier;Sebastian Horn.
Global Change Biology (2014)
Flora and Fungi: Composition and Function
J. Homeier;F. A. Werner;S. R. Gradstein;S. W. Breckle.
Beta diversity of geometrid moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) in an Andean montane rainforest
Gunnar Brehm;Jürgen Homeier;Konrad Fiedler.
Diversity and Distributions (2003)
Tropical Andean forests are highly susceptible to nutrient inputs--rapid effects of experimental N and P addition to an Ecuadorian montane forest.
Jürgen Homeier;Dietrich Hertel;Tessa Camenzind;Nixon L. Cumbicus.
PLOS ONE (2012)
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