Jakob Pavlin

Jakob Pavlin
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague | CULS · Department of Forest Ecology

Master of Science
PhD Student of Forest Ecology at Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

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Introduction
I am a PhD student of Forest Biology with a research focus on dendroecology, specifically aiming to provide a dendroecological perspective on tree life history across a gradient of primary temperate forests in Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
Education
October 2017 - March 2018
University of Freiburg
Field of study
  • Forest Sciences
October 2016 - September 2018
University of Ljubljana
Field of study
  • Forestry and Managing Forest Ecosystems
October 2013 - September 2016
University of Ljubljana
Field of study
  • Forestry and Renewable Forest Resources

Publications

Publications (8)
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Understanding the processes shaping the composition of assemblages at multiple spatial scales in response to disturbance events is crucial for preventing ongoing biodiversity loss and for improving current forest management policies aimed at mitigating climate change and enhancing forest resilience. Deadwood-inhabiting fungi represent an essential...
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Natural disturbances strongly influence forest structural dynamics, and subsequently stand structural heterogeneity, biomass, and forest functioning. The impact of disturbance legacies on current forest structure can greatly influence how we interpret drivers of forest dynamics. However, without clear insight into forest history, many studies defau...
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With accelerating environmental change, understanding forest disturbance impacts on trade-offs between biodiversity and carbon dynamics is of high socioeconomic importance. Most studies, however, have assessed immediate or short-term effects of disturbance, while long-term impacts remain poorly understood. Using a tree-ring-based approach, we analy...
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Aims We examined differences in lifespan among the dominant tree species (spruce (Picea abies (L.) H. Karst.), fir (Abies alba Mill.), beech (Fagus sylvatica L.), and maple (Acer pseudoplatanus L.)) across primary mountain forests of Europe. We ask how disturbance history, lifetime growth patterns, and environmental factors influence lifespan. Loc...
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Ice storms cause widespread damage to forests in many temperate regions, leaving behind many live trees with severe crown damage. Following a severe ice storm in 2014 that damaged forests across Slovenia, we examined how tree-level attributes influenced survival and crown rebuilding three growing seasons after the storm. Field sampling was carried...

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