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A semi-automated approach for the generation of a new land use and land cover product for Germany based on Landsat time-series and Lucas in-situ data

Remote Sensing Letters, Vol. 8, No. 3. (02 December 2016), pp. 244-253,


Information on land cover and land use at high spatial resolutions is essential for advancing earth system science as well as for environmental monitoring to support decision-making and reporting processes. In view of this, we present the first version of the DFD Land Use and Land Cover Product for Germany, DFD-LULC_DE, for the year 2014, generated from 702 Landsat-7 and Landat-8 scenes at 30 m resolution. The results were derived based on a fully automated preprocessing chain that integrates data acquisition, ...


Linking plant strategies and plant traits derived by radiative transfer modelling

Journal of Vegetation Science (12 April 2017),


[Question] Do spatial gradients of plant strategies correspond to patterns of plant traits obtained from a physically based model and hyperspectral imagery? It has previously been shown that reflectance can be used to map plant strategies according to the established CSR scheme. So far, these approaches have been based on empirical links and lacked transferability. Therefore, we test if physically based derivations of plant traits may help in finding gradients in traits that are linked to strategies. [Location] A raised bog and minerotrophic fen ...


An approach towards an estimate of the impact of forest management and climate change on the European forest sector carbon budget: Germany as a case study

Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 162, No. 1. (June 2002), pp. 87-103,


The increasing concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and the consequent warming of the Earth’s surface presents a threat to the environment and economic development. This paper discusses how regional level impacts of transient climate change on forest growth are assessed with process-based models and how these responses are then scaled up to country and European level using national forest inventory data in combination with the European forest information scenario (EFISCEN) model. Stem wood volume and increment in the EFISCEN ...


The role of biodiversity in supporting ecosystem services in Natura 2000 sites

Ecological Indicators, Vol. 24 (January 2013), pp. 12-22,


[Abstract] The recent discussion about the relationships between biodiversity and ecosystem services also raises the question as to whether the argumentative basis for nature conservation can be strengthened by emphasizing the role of species and habitats in supporting ecosystem services. A literature survey shows that mainly socio-cultural and some regulating services are dependent on particular species, groups of species, or habitat types, while many other services, especially those related to provisioning, rely more heavily on vegetation structures and land cover. These findings ...


Tree neighbourhood matters - Tree species composition drives diversity-productivity patterns in a near-natural beech forest

Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 335 (January 2015), pp. 225-234,


[Highlights] [::] We test tree diversity–productivity relationships in a temperate beech forest. [::] Beech and hornbeam trees grew faster in more diverse neighbourhoods. [::] Complementarity effects were driven by differences in species’ competitive strengths. [::] Small scale admixture with patches of different species promotes tree growth. [Abstract] European beech forest with a variable admixture is one of the most important forest types in Central Europe. Growing evidence has demonstrated the positive effect of increased biodiversity on vital forest ecosystem functions and services such as productivity and nutrient ...


Above-ground carbon storage by urban trees in Leipzig, Germany: analysis of patterns in a European city

Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 104, No. 1. (January 2012), pp. 95-104,


Many aspects of global change, including carbon dioxide emissions, have been attributed to urban areas. On the other hand, cities have been found to provide valuable ecosystem services such as carbon storage. The aim of this study is to estimate the above-ground carbon storage in trees in the central European city of Leipzig and produce spatially explicit carbon storage maps. We used stratified random sampling across 19 land cover classes using 190 sample plots to measure carbon storage. In addition, we ...


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(February 2014)
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List of indexed keywords within the transdisciplinary set of domains which relate to the Integrated Natural Resources Modelling and Management (INRMM). In particular, the list of keywords maps the semantic tags in the INRMM Meta-information Database (INRMM-MiD). [\n] The INRMM-MiD records providing this list are accessible by the special tag: inrmm-list-of-tags ( ). ...


Storage and drivers of organic carbon in forest soils of southeast Germany (Bavaria) – Implications for carbon sequestration

Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 295 (May 2013), pp. 162-172,


[Abstract] Temperate forest soils of central Europe are regarded as important pools for soil organic carbon (SOC) and thought to have a high potential for carbon (C) sequestration. However, comprehensive data on total SOC storage, particularly under different forest types, and its drivers is limited. In this study, we analyzed a forest data set of 596 completely sampled soil profiles down to the parent material or to a depth of 1 m within Bavaria in southeast Germany in order to determine representative ...


Amount, distribution and driving factors of soil organic carbon and nitrogen in cropland and grassland soils of southeast Germany (Bavaria)

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Vol. 176 (August 2013), pp. 39-52,


[Highlights] [::] Drivers and distribution of agricultural SOC and N stocks of Bavaria were analyzed. [::] SOC differences between cropland and grassland are related to subsoil C. [::] Soil moisture controls SOC and N, temperature/precipitation are of minor importance. [::] Cropland and grassland soils in Bavaria store 242 and 134 Mt SOC and 19 and 12 Mt N. [::] For C sequestration soil types and topography are more important than land use. [Abstract] Agricultural soils have a high potential for sequestration of atmospheric carbon due to their volume ...


Ausbreitung von Baumparasiten mit humanpathogenem Potential

In 56 Deutsche Pflanzenschutztagung in Kiel: 22-25 September (2008), pp. 349-350

Status der Russrindenkrankheit in Deutschland

In Jahrbuch der Baumpflege (2008), pp. 238-244

Tilio platyphylli-Acerion pseudoplatani Klika

In Süddeutsche Pflanzengesellschaften, Band 4: Wälder und Gebüsche (1992), pp. 173-192


Mit Teil IV der "Süddeutschen Pflanzengesellschaften" wird dieses pflanzensoziologische Standardwerk in zweiter, völlig neu bearbeiteter und stark erweiterter Auflage abgeschlossen. Die drei Autoren haben tausende Vegetationsaufnahmen zu vielen synthetischen Tabellen verarbeitet; so entsteht ein umfassendes Bild der standortsbedingten Gliederung und geographischen Abwandlung der Wald- und Gebüschgesellschaften, das vielfach weit über Süddeutschland hinaus die Gesamtstruktur wichtiger Einheiten umfaßt und damit ein unentbehrliches Vergleichsmaterial für weite Gebiete Europas bereitstellt. Gerade die Wälder bieten - als von Natur aus in Mitteleuropa absolut dominante Vegetationsformation ...


Die Anfälligkeit der Wälder Deutschlands gegenüber dem Klimawandel

Gefahrstoffe, Vol. 67 (2007), pp. 259-268


The impact of climate change on forests is expected to be strong, even if modest emission scenarios are assumed. Fortunately not all tree species are equally vulnerable to these impacts which mainly express themselves in elevated temperatures and reduced overall precipitation. Depending on their natural foci of distribution, tree species gain or lose congruence with their favourable climatic conditions. Most of native German deciduous tree species like European beech, oak, maple and ash are likely to be less affected by climate ...


Vorkommen und Entwicklung der Petrakia-Blattbräune des Berg-Ahorns: Syd.Occurrence and life-cycle of Petrakia echinata (Pegl.)

In 56 Deutsche Pflanzenschutztagung in Kiel: 22-25 September (2008), pp. 350-351

Illustrierte Flora von Mitteleuropa

Vol. 5.1 (1925)
edited by Gustav Hegi

Süddeutsche Pflanzengesellschaften, Band 4: Wälder und Gebüsche



Mit Teil IV der "Süddeutschen Pflanzengesellschaften" wird dieses pflanzensoziologische Standardwerk in zweiter, völlig neu bearbeiteter und stark erweiterter Auflage abgeschlossen. Die drei Autoren haben tausende Vegetationsaufnahmen zu vielen synthetischen Tabellen verarbeitet; so entsteht ein umfassendes Bild der standortsbedingten Gliederung und geographischen Abwandlung der Wald- und Gebüschgesellschaften, das vielfach weit über Süddeutschland hinaus die Gesamtstruktur wichtiger Einheiten umfaßt und damit ein unentbehrliches Vergleichsmaterial für weite Gebiete Europas bereitstellt. Gerade die Wälder bieten - als von Natur aus in Mitteleuropa absolut dominante Vegetationsformation ...


Handbuch der Laubgehölze

Vol. 3 (1978)

Die älteste Robinie (Robinia pseudoacacia) in Europa

Mitteilungen der Deutschen Dendrologischen Gesellschaft (1933), pp. 354-355


In Illustrierte Flora von Mitteleuropa, Band 4, Teil 3 (1924), pp. 1390-1402
edited by Gustav Hegi


In Gustav Hegi - Illustrierte Flora von Mitteleuropa, Band 4, Teil 2B: Rosaceae (1995), pp. 446-510
edited by Hildemar Scholz


Volume 4, part 2B continues the treatment of the family Rosaceae, subfamily Rosoideae, covering the genera Sanguisorba, Alchemilla, Aphanes, Cydonia, Pyrus, Malus, Sorbus, Amelanchier, Cotoneaster, Mespilus, Crataegus, and Prunus. ...


Die Vegetation der Erde in Öko-physiologischer Betrachtung. Band II: Die gemäßigten und arktischen Zonen


Illustrierte Flora von Mitteleuropa

Vol. 1 (1906)
edited by Gustav Hegi




FloraWeb ist das Online-Informationsangebot des Bundesamtes für Naturschutz (BfN) über die wildwachsenden Pflanzenarten, Pflanzengesellschaften und die natürliche Vegetation Deutschlands. Derzeit beschränkt sich die Artenauswahl auf die Farn- und Blütenpflanzen (Phanerogamen), eine Ausweitung auf Moose (Bryophyten) ist geplant. Die Angaben stammen aus laufend aktualisierten Datenbanken und Projekten des BfN und dessen Kooperationspartnern und stehen der Öffentlichkeit damit immer in ihrer aktuellen Form zur Verfügung. Unter dem Menüpunkt "Pflanzenarten" können ca. 3.500 Artensteckbriefe mit bis zu 55 Einzelinformationen über Taxonomie, Systematik, Biologie, Ökologie, Lebensraum, ...


Prospects for timber frame in multi-storey house building in England, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Sweden

Vol. 52 (2009)


[Excerpt: Summary] Many countries across Europe, encouraged by EU policies, have set targets to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions and are adopting legislative methods to ensure buildings and materials help achieve individual country targets. In many cases this has led to an increased use, or at least consideration, of wood as an alternative to conventional construction materials such as steel and concrete. [\n] Apart from building regulations and other policy instruments, the potential for multi-storey timber frame buildings is first of all ...


New perspectives in German oak silviculture

Annales des Sciences Forestières, Vol. 50, No. 6. (1993), pp. 563-570,


After decades of negligence, oak (Q petraea and Q pedunculata) is now being replanted throughout Germany on an increasingly wider scale. For the first time, the amount of oak now established in Baden-Württemberg is the same as it was 100-200 yr ago. This is a result of both ecological and economical factors. The concepts involved in establishing and tending an oak stand vary considerably - as do the costs. New perspectives in silviculture and in the proliferation of oak management have ...


Aneuploids in the shrub birch Betula humilis populations in Poland

Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, Vol. 80, No. 3. (11 August 2011), pp. 233-235,


Shrub birch (Betula humilis Schrk.) is endangered glacial relict growing in natural and drained fens and transitional mires. At present study we examined karyotypes of 103 individuals of B. humilis, collected in six populations from eastern and northeastern Poland. We found 60% of diploid individuals with 2n = 28. The rest of studied plants were aneuploids with 26, 27, 29, 30 and 31 chromosomes in their karyotypes. High frequencies of aneuploids in Polish populations of B. humilis could be a consequence ...


Lexikon der Baum- und Straucharten: Das Standardwerk der Forstbotanik



Das kompetente Standardwerk der Forstbotanik. Dieser Band beantwortet Fragen nach botanischen Grundlagen und gibt einen umfassenden Einblick in die Biologie der Holzpflanzen und des "Ökosystems Wald". Mit Angaben zu natürlichen Arealen, Standortansprüchen, Wuchsleistungen und Art der wirtschaftlichen Nutzung, Gattungen, Familien, Ordnungen, Baumkrankheiten. Die unzähligen Farbfotos, Zeichnungen, Karten und Tabellen lassen den Wald lebendig werden. Ein unverzichtbares Nachschlagewerk nicht nur für Angehörige der Forst-, Garten- und Landschaftsberufe, Schüler und Studenten, sondern auch für all diejenigen, die von diesem einzigartigen Ökosystem fasziniert sind. ...


The general situation regarding ash dieback in Germany and investigations concerning the invasion and distribution strategies of Chalara fraxinea in woody tissue

EPPO Bulletin, Vol. 41, No. 1. (2011), pp. 7-10,


Ash dieback is currently one of the most important tree diseases in Germany. A countrywide distribution is already assumed. Trees of all ages on various site types are affected in forests and the landscape, as well as in nurseries and urban plantings. Initially economic losses were most severe in Northern Germany, but damage has increased in all regions. In several parts of Germany, surveys have been started during the past few years. In North-East Germany, where the disease was first observed, ...


Die vierte deutsche Ulme? Ein Baum mit Geschichte

In Mitteilungen der Deutschen Dendrologischen Gesellschaft nr. 88 (2003), pp. 117-119
Keywords: germany   ulmus-spp  


In Gustav Hegi - Illustrierte Flora von Mitteleuropa, Band 4, Teil 2B: Rosaceae (1995), pp. 328-385
edited by Hildemar Scholz


Volume 4, part 2B continues the treatment of the family Rosaceae, subfamily Rosoideae, covering the genera Sanguisorba, Alchemilla, Aphanes, Cydonia, Pyrus, Malus, Sorbus, Amelanchier, Cotoneaster, Mespilus, Crataegus, and Prunus. ...


Melampsora rust species on biomass willows in central and north-eastern Germany

Fungal Biology, Vol. 118, No. 11. (November 2014), pp. 910-923,


Melampsora willow rusts are the most important fungal pathogens in short rotation coppices of biomass willows. In the past, breeding programmes for rust resistant biomass willows concentrated on the distinction of races within the forma specialis Melampsora larici-epitea f. sp. larici-epitea typica that colonized Salix viminalis and related clones. In a new breeding program that is based on a wider range of willow species it is necessary to identify further Melampsora species and formae specialis that are pathogens of willow species ...


Effect of wide spacing on tree growth, branch and sapwood properties of young Douglas-fir [Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco] in south-western Germany

European Journal of Forest Research In European Journal of Forest Research, Vol. 127, No. 6. (1 October 2008), pp. 481-493,


The influence of stand density on Douglas-fir [Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco] is conceptually understood, but for wide spacings not well quantified, particularly in Europe. This study used 41 trees from 7 different locations in south-western Germany to compare important tree- and branch-level attributes across three different densities, namely 100, 200, and 1,200 stems ha−1. In general, there were only a few tree and branch attributes that were significantly different between the 100 and 200 ha−1 densities. Crown projection area and diameter of the ...


The Importance of Groves for Cattle in Semi-Open Pastures

Agriculture, Vol. 3, No. 1. (13 March 2013), pp. 147-156,


Groves are of ecological importance, but can reduce the productivity of pastures. They may be used by cattle for nutrition as well as for comfort and shelter. To describe the importance and to estimate the influence of cattle on groves, the behavior of cattle around trees and shrubs was observed on six semi-open pastures in the mountain range of Thuringia and the Southern Black Forest (Germany). The groves were divided into formations, species and structures. The cattle used the groves more ...


Phytophthora root and collar rot of alders in Bavaria: distribution, modes of spread and possible management strategies

Plant Pathology, Vol. 53, No. 2. (April 2004), pp. 197-208,


A survey of symptoms of phytophthora root and collar rot of common (Alnus glutinosa) and grey alder (A. incana) in riparian and forest stands in Bavaria was conducted by the Bavarian State Forestry and river authorities. Symptoms were seen in 1041 out of 3247 forest alder stands. The majority of the affected stands (80·9%) were less than 21 years old; 46% of these young stands were growing on nonflooded sites and 92% had been planted. The riparian survey showed that symptoms ...


Macroeconomic impacts of regional climate change adaptation strategies

In 14th IAEE European Energy Conference - Sustainable Energy Policy and Strategies for Europe (October 2014)


[Overview] Among great efforts of mitigating anthropogenic climate change in past and present, adaptation to global climate change has received growing attention lately. Adaptation comprises measures, like seawalls and storm surge, erosion control, transport infrastructure enhancement, underground cabling and many more. They are necessary to deal with expected climate change impacts, such as floods, storms and heat and their associated economic, environmental and social costs. Whereas climate change mitigation is a global issue, most adaptation measures are implemented at the regional or local level due to varying ...


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Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Elm phloem necrosis mycoplasm

EFSA Journal, Vol. 12, No. 7. (July 2014), 3773,


The Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Elm phloem necrosis mycoplasma, now renamed Candidatus Phytoplasma ulmi (CPu), for the European Union (EU) territory. CPu is a well-defined phytoplasma species of the genus Candidatus Phytoplasma, for which molecular detection assays are available. CPu is transmitted by grafting and vegetative propagation material as well as by insect vectors. CPu is reported from North America and is present in at least four EU Member States: the Czech Republic, France, Germany and Italy. CPu distribution in Europe ...


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  2. Baker, W.L., 1949. Studies on the transmission of the virus causing phloem necrosis of American elm, with notes on the biology of its insect

Integrating selected ecological effects of mixed European beech - Norway spruce stands in bioeconomic modelling

Ecological Modelling, Vol. 210, No. 4. (February 2008), pp. 487-498,


The simplicity of many bioeconomic models has been criticised several times, due to their lack of realism resulting from a deterministic nature and a single-species focus. In this context it was interesting to test the financial sensitivity of bioeconomic modelling against fairly well documented ecological effects in mixed forests. For this purpose our study linked existing results of ecological research with bioeconomic modelling. The presented methodological approach could not only show the importance of considering ecological effects in bioeconomic models; it ...


Species-specific climate sensitivity of tree growth in Central-West Germany

Trees - Structure and Function In Trees, Vol. 23, No. 4. (2009), pp. 729-739,


Growth responses to twentieth century climate variability of the three main European tree species Fagus sylvatica, Quercus petraea, and Pinus sylvestris within two temperate low mountain forest sites were analyzed, with particular emphasis on their dependence upon ecological factors and temporal stability in the obtained relationships. While site conditions in Central (~51°N, 9°E, KEL) and West (50.5°N, 6.5°E, EIF) Germany are similar, annual precipitation totals of ≅700 mm and ≅1,000 mm describe a maritime-continental gradient. Ring-width samples from 228 trees were collected and ...


Complex climate controls on 20th century oak growth in Central-West Germany

Tree Physiology, Vol. 29, No. 1. (01 January 2009), pp. 39-51,


We analyze interannual to multi-decadal growth variations of 555 oak trees from Central-West Germany. A network of 13 pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) and 33 sessile oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.) site chronologies is compared with gridded temperature, precipitation, cloud-cover, vapor pressure and drought (i.e., Palmer Drought Severity Index, PDSI) fluctuations. A hierarchic cluster analysis identifies three groups for each oak species differentiated by ecologic settings. When high precipitation is primarily a characteristic for one Q. robur and one Q. petraea ...


Making use of the ecosystem services concept in regional planning - trade-offs from reducing water erosion

Landscape Ecology In Landscape Ecology (2014), pp. 1-15,


In this article we demonstrate how to integrate the ecosystem services concept into regional planning using the example of a case study in Saxony, Germany. We analysed how the reduction of water erosion as a regulating service impacts six other ecosystem services. Ecological integrity, provisioning services (provision of food and fibre, provision of biomass), regulating services (soil erosion protection, drought-risk regulation, flood regulation), and the cultural service landscape aesthetics are taken into account. Using a decision support software, we found that ...


Robinia pseudoacacia L.: A Lesser Known Tree Species for Biomass Production

BioEnergy Research In BioEnergy Research, Vol. 2, No. 3. (2009), pp. 123-133,


Experiments with fast-growing tree species for biomass production in Germany have been mainly focused on the growth performance of Populus and Salix spp. Among the lesser-known species for energy plantations is Robinia pseudoacacia L. Special features of this species are its drought tolerance and its ability to fix nitrogen. Given the large share of marginal arable land in NE-Germany and the predicted climate change, R. pseudoacacia is expected to grow in importance. In order to evaluate the growth performance of this ...


The contact zone between two migration routes of silver fir, Abies alba (Pinaceae), revealed by allozyme studies

Plant Systematics and Evolution, Vol. 206, No. 1. (1 March 1997), pp. 259-272,


Enzyme data from 35 populations or regional samples of Abies alba were obtained from different regions of Austria and Bavaria. The genetic analysis revealed a clear differentiation between the western and the north/eastern populations. A rather narrow transition zone (the river valleys of Salzach and Traun) with genetically intermediate populations connects these two regions. This west-east differentiation can be interpreted as the result of distinct migration routes from a glacial refuge in Central Italy. The transition zone is assumed to be ...

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