Simone Strobl: Publications

Silva, B; Alava-Nunez, P; Strobl, S; Beck, E; Bendix, J: Area-wide evaportranspiration monitoring at the crown level of a tropical rain forest., Remote Sensing of Environment, 194, 219-229 (2017), doi:10.16/j.rse.2017.03.023 -- Details
Silva, B; Carrillo-Rojas, G; Alava-Nunez, P; Rollenbeck, R; Strobl, S; Beck, E; Bendix, J: Spatial-explicit ET indicator for the south Ecuadorian Andes deriverd from remotely sensed data. In: Landscape Restoration, Sustainable Use and Cross-Scale Monitoring of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functions – a Science-directed Approach to South Ecuador ( Beck E, Knoke T, Farwig N, Breuer L, Siddons D, Bendix J, eds.) in University of Bayreuth: Lcrs.de Publications.do, 134-148 (2017), doi:http://www.lcrs.de/publications.do?citid=1696 -- Details
Strobl, S; Cueva-Ortiz, E; Silva, B; Knuesting, J; Schorsch, M; Scheibe, R; Bendix, J; Beck, E: Water relations and carbon acquisition as indicators of slow climate change effects on trees in a tropical mountain forest in South Ecuador., Ecological Indicators, 83, 524-526 (2017), doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.08.008 -- Details
Silva, B; Strobl, S; Beck, E; Bendix, J: Canopy evapotranspiration, leaf transpiration and water use efficiency of an Andean pasture in SE-Ecuador – a case study., Erdkunde, 70(1), 5-18 (2016), doi:10.3112/erdkunde.2016.01.02
Seyoum, Y; Fetene, P; Strobl, S; Beck, E: Daily and seasonal courses of gas exchange and niche partitioning among coexisting tree species in a tropical montane forest., Flora, 209, 191-200 (2014), doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.flora.2014.02.005 -- Details
Seyoum, Y; Fetene, M; Strobl, S; Beck, E: Foliage dynamics, leaf traits, and growth of coexisting evergreen and deciduous trees in a tropical montane forest in Ethiopia., Trees Structure & Function, 26, 1495-1512 (2012), doi:10.1007/s00468-012-0723-6
Strobl, S; Fetene, M; Beck, E: Analysis of the "shelter tree-effect" of natural and exotic forest canopies on the growth of young Podocarpus falcatus trees in southern Ethiopia., Trees(25), 769-783 (2011)