Werner Rammer focuses on Climate change, Ecology, Forest management, Forest ecology and Sustainable forest management. Werner Rammer combines subjects such as Biodiversity, Natural resource economics and Forest restoration with his study of Climate change. His Ecology and Disturbance, Ecosystem and Landscape ecology investigations all form part of his Ecology research activities.
Werner Rammer interconnects Secondary forest, Sink and Environmental protection in the investigation of issues within Ecosystem. His research integrates issues of Bark beetle and Picea abies in his study of Forest management. Forest ecology is often connected to Forest dynamics in his work.
Werner Rammer mainly focuses on Climate change, Ecology, Forest ecology, Forest management and Disturbance. His research in Climate change intersects with topics in Agroforestry, Environmental resource management, Temperate forest, Forest dynamics and Vegetation. His Forest ecology research includes elements of Ecosystem management, Physical geography, Adaptive capacity and Ecosystem services.
His Forest management study contributes to a more complete understanding of Forestry. His Disturbance study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity, Beta diversity, Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis, Intact forest landscape and Abiotic component. His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Secondary forest and Radiative forcing.
His primary areas of study are Climate change, Forest ecology, Ecology, Disturbance and Bark beetle. Werner Rammer has included themes like Picea abies, Vegetation dynamics, Forest dynamics and Artificial intelligence in his Climate change study. His work deals with themes such as Forest management and Physical geography, which intersect with Forest ecology.
Ecology combines with fields such as Resilience and Simulation modeling in his investigation. His study in Disturbance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biodiversity, Beta diversity and Atmospheric sciences. His study looks at the relationship between Bark beetle and topics such as Agroforestry, which overlap with Forest landscape and Representative Concentration Pathways.
Werner Rammer spends much of his time researching Climate change, Agroforestry, Ecosystem, Forest dynamics and Bark beetle. His Climate change study incorporates themes from Picea abies and Forest ecology. His Forest ecology research integrates issues from Tipping point, Effects of global warming, Vegetation, Physical geography and Radiative forcing.
His research in Bark beetle intersects with topics in Forest landscape, Logging, Bark and Disturbance. His Climate resilience research incorporates elements of Range, Landscape ecology and Sustainable development. His Natural resource, Representative Concentration Pathways and National park study in the realm of Ecology connects with subjects such as Natural and Fire protection.
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Increasing forest disturbances in Europe and their impact on carbon storage
Rupert Seidl;Mart-Jan Schelhaas;Werner Rammer;Pieter Johannes Verkerk.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Assessing trade-offs between carbon sequestration and timber production within a framework of multi-purpose forestry in Austria
Rupert Seidl;Werner Rammer;Dietmar Jäger;William S. Currie.
Forest Ecology and Management (2007)
An Individual-Based Process Model to Simulate Landscape-Scale Forest Ecosystem Dynamics
Rupert Seidl;Rupert Seidl;Werner Rammer;Robert M. Scheller;Thomas A. Spies.
Ecological Modelling (2012)
Impact of bark beetle (Ips typographus L.) disturbance on timber production and carbon sequestration in different management strategies under climate change
Rupert Seidl;Werner Rammer;Dietmar Jäger;Manfred J. Lexer.
Forest Ecology and Management (2008)
Disturbance legacies increase the resilience of forest ecosystem structure, composition, and functioning
Rupert Seidl;Werner Rammer;Thomas A. Spies.
Ecological Applications (2014)
Climate change vulnerability of sustainable forest management in the Eastern Alps
Rupert Seidl;Werner Rammer;Manfred J. Lexer.
Climatic Change (2011)
Adaptation options to reduce climate change vulnerability of sustainable forest management in the Austrian Alps
Rupert Seidl;Werner Rammer;Manfred J. Lexer.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2011)
Climate change amplifies the interactions between wind and bark beetle disturbances in forest landscapes.
Rupert Seidl;Werner Rammer.
Landscape Ecology (2017)
The impacts of climate change and disturbance on spatio-temporal trajectories of biodiversity in a temperate forest landscape.
Dominik Thom;Werner Rammer;Thomas Dirnböck;Jörg Müller.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2017)
Modelling tree mortality by bark beetle infestation in Norway spruce forests
Rupert Seidl;Peter Baier;Werner Rammer;Axel Schopf.
Ecological Modelling (2007)
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