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Mirela Beloiu: Publikationen


Referierte Zeitschriften
Beloiu, M; Poursanidis, D; Tsakirakis, A; Chrysoulakis, N; Hoffmann, S; Lymberakis, P; Barnias, A; Kienle, D; Beierkuhnlein, C: No treeline shift despite climate change over the last 70 years, Forest Ecosystems, 9, 1-10 (2022)
doi:10.1016/j.fecs.2022.100002
Beloiu, M; Stahlmann, R; Beierkuhnlein, C: Drought impacts in forest canopy and deciduous tree saplings in Central European forests, Forest Ecology and Management, 0378(1127), 1-11 (2022)
doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2022.120075
Hanz, D; Beloiu, M; Wipfler, R; Beierkuhnlein, C; Field, R; Jentsch, A; Vetaas, OR; Irl, S: High species turnover and low intraspecific trait variation in endemic and non‐endemic plant species assemblages on an oceanic island, Journal of Vegetation Science, 33(e13120), 1-11 (2022)
doi:10.1111/jvs.13120
Kidane, Y; Hoffmann, S; Jaeschke, A; Beloiu, M; Beierkuhnlein, C: Ericaceous vegetation of the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia will prevail in the face of climate change, Scientific Reports, 12(1858), 1-17 (2022)
doi:10.1038/s41598-022-05846-z
Beloiu, M; Stahlmann, R; Beierkuhnlein, C: High Recovery of Saplings After Severe Drought in Temperate Deciduous Forests, Forests, 11(546), 1-17 (2020)
doi:10.3390/f11050546
Beloiu, M; Beierkuhnlein, C: Differences in the Spatial Structure of Two Pinus cembra L. Populations in the Carpathian Mountains, Forests, 10(4), 326 (2019)
doi:10.3390/f10040326 -- Details
Bennett, J; Thompson, A; Goia, I; Feldmann, R; Ştefan, V; Bogdan, A; Rakosy, D; Beloiu, M; Biro, I-P; Bluemel, S; Filip, M; Madaj, A-M; Martin, A; Passonneau, S; Kalisch, DP; Scherer, G; Knight, TM: A review of European studies on pollination networks and pollen limitation, and a case study designed to fill in a gap, AoB PLANTS, 10(6), 1-10 (2018)
doi:10.1093/aobpla/ply068
Nicht referierte Zeitschriften und Reihen
Kidane, Y; Hoffmann, S; Jaeschke, A; Beloiu, M; Beierkuhnlein, C: Ericaceous Vegetation of the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia Will Prevail in the Face of Climate Change., Research Square, 1-24 (2021)
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-620392/v1
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