FORMIND has been presented at numerous confernces.


European Conference of Tropical Ecology 2017, February 06 – 10, Brussels, Belgium, https://www.soctropecol-2017.eu

We draw your attention to our session ‘Session 10: Forests in space and time: Connecting Remote Sensing, Field Data, and Models’ at the European Conference of Tropical Ecology in Brussels.
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ForestSAT2016, November 14 – 18, Santiago, Chile, http://forestsat2016.com/

  • Nikolai Knapp: Relating forest height structure to virtual ground truth data.
  • Rico Fischer: How much forest area should be sampled to get accurate biomass estimations at different scales?
  • Andreas Huth: Tandem-L: Global Observation of Ecological Processes on the Earth’s Surface with Two L-Band SAR Satellites.

Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfÖ) 2016, September 05 – 09, Marburg, Germany, http://gfoe-2016.de/

  • Stephan Getzin: Kilimanjaro forest landscapes assessed from LiDAR point clouds: is there bias in field studies of forest structure?

EcoSummit 2016, August 29 – September 01, Montpellier, France, http://ecosummit2016.org/

  • Friedrich Bohn: The forest factory: A tool to analyse the sensitivity of wood production under climate change for different forest structures and species mixtures

GEO-BON Open Science Conference & All Hands Meeting 2016, July 04 – 08, Leipzig, Germany, http://conf2016.geobon.org/

  • Rico Fischer: Fragmentation of Tropical Forests: A Forgotten Process in the Global Carbon Cycle?
  • Nikolai Knapp: Joining Remote Sensing and Dynamic Forest Modelling for Estimations of Intrinsic Forest Attributes from Lidar or Radar
  • Franziska Taubert: The Packing of Trees in Forests and its Implications for Remote Sensing
  • Edna Rödig: Differences of productivity in the Amazon rainforest: linking an individual-based forest gap model and remote sensing data

53rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) 2016, June 19 – 23, Montpellier, France, http://www.atbc2016.org

  • Edna Rödig: Differences of productivity in the Amazon rainforest: linking an individual-based forest gap model and remote sensing data
  • Franziska Taubert: The Structure of Tropical Forests and Sphere Packing
  • Rico Fischer: How much forest area should be sampled to get accurate biomass estimations?
  • Stephan Getzin: Kilimanjaro forest landscapes assessed from LiDAR point clouds: is there bias in field studies of forest structure?

ESA Living Planet Symposium (LPS) 2016, May 09 – 13, Prague, Czech Republic, http://lps16.esa.int/

  • Nikolai Knapp: Joining Remote Sensing and Dynamic Forest Modelling for Estimations of Intrinsic Forest Attributes from Lidar or Radar
  • Franziska Taubert: The Packing of Trees in Forests and its Implications for Remote Sensing
  • Friedrich Bohn: The influence of forest structure on forest productivity


European Conference Of Tropical Ecology (GTÖ) 2016, February 23 – 26, Göttingen, Germany, http://gtoe-2016.de/

  • Ulrike Hiltner: Impacts of precipitation variability on the dynamics of a dry tropical montane forest

BES conference 2015, December 13 – 16, Edinburgh, Scotland, http://www.britishecologicalsociety.org

  • Nikolai Knapp: Joining dynamic forest modelling and Lidar remote sensing for biomass estimations
  • Franziska Taubert: Modelling the Structure and Dynamics of Grasslands: The Role of Biodiversity for Productivity
  • Rico Fischer: Simulating tropical forest carbon stocks and fluxes in a changing world using a process-based forest model
  • Edna Roedig: Biomass in the Amazonian rainforest: regionalization of an individual-based forest gap model
  • Sebastian Lehmann: A size-structured, spatially explicit symmetric model of tropical rain forest predicts multiple community patterns at once

European Conference Of Tropical Ecology (GTÖ) 2015, April 07 – 10, Zürich, Switzerland, http://gtoe-2015.de/

  • Rico Fischer: Simulating tropical forest carbon stocks and fluxes in a changing world using an individual-based forest model
  • Nikolai Knapp: How forest modelling can improve remote sensing of tropical forest biomass

BES conference 2014, December 09 – 12, Lille, France, http://www.britishecologicalsociety.org

  • Andreas Huth: Fragmentation of tropical forest: current state and global impacts
  • Andreas Huth: Patterns of Local Species Richness in a Tropical Forest
  • Franziska Taubert: The structure of tropical forests and sphere packings
  • Friedrich Bohn: Different forests structures result in different biodiversity-productivity-relationships
  • Mateus Dantas de Paula: Modelling degradation and recovery of tropical forests in a fragmented landscape
  • Edna Roedig: Simulation of carbon fluxes: the value of Eddy-covariance data for dynamic forest models
  • Sebastian Lehmann: A size-structured, spatial neutral model predicting multiple community patterns in tropical forests

ForestSAT conference 2014, November 04 – 07, Riva del Garda, Italy, http://forestsat2014.com/

  • Rico Fischer: Contribution to a higher accuracy of aboveground biomass estimations in tropical forests: Linking LiDAR data and forest simulations.
  • Andreas Huth: Carbon Losses due to Tropical Forest Fragmentation: A Forgotten Process in the Global Carbon Cycle?

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EGU conference 2014, April 27 – May 02, Vienna, Austria, http://www.egu2014.eu/

  • Edna Rödig: Value of eddy-covariance data for individual-based, forest gap models.
  • Rico Fischer: Simulating tropical carbon stocks and fluxes in a changing world using an individual-based forest model.
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  • Andreas Huth:Carbon Losses due to Tropical Forest Fragmentation: A Forgotten Process in the Global Carbon Cycle?
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GTÖ conference 2014, February 25 ‐ 28, Freising, Germany, http://www.gtoe-conference.de/

  • Sebastian Paulick: Tropical montane rainforests, a productivity and carbon cycle analysis
  • Martin Kazmierczak: Patterns of local species richness in a tropical forest
  • Ulrike Hiltner: Modeling the impacts of climate variability and logging on the dynamics of a dry tropical montane forest (Munessa Forest, Ethiopia)
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