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November 2012 - present
- Forest officer
- Forest protection, conservation and management activities, forest product utilization, community mobilization, research.
Data capturing multiple axes of tree size and shape, such as a tree's stem diameter, height and crown size, underpin a wide range of ecological research - from developing and testing theory on forest structure and dynamics, to estimating forest carbon stocks and their uncertainties, and integrating remote sensing imagery into forest monitoring prog...
The influences of trait diversity (i.e., the niche complementarity effect) and functional composition (i.e., the mass ratio effect) on aboveground biomass (AGB) is a highly debated topic in forest ecology. Therefore, further studies are needed to explore these mechanisms in unstudied forest ecosystems to enhance our understanding, and to provide gu...
In forest ecosystems, it is debated which measure of biodiversity should better explain aboveground biomass (AGB). Here, we hypothesized that high species richness, evolutionary diversity and individual tree size variation drive higher AGB in tropical forests but dependent on local-scale tropical forest types. For this, we analyzed the data of 101...
Questions Do stand density, species diversity and individual tree‐size variation jointly increase aboveground biomass (AGB) along elevational gradient? 2) How does local‐scale elevational gradient explain the variation in AGB directly and indirectly via stand density, species diversity facet and individual tree‐size variation? 3) What are the main...