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Prof. Dr. Carl Beierkuhnlein

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Mirela Beloiu: Theses offered



Bachelor's Theses offered
Global analysis of tree structure in protected areas

 

Aims:  Forest structure is a key driver of ecosystem diversity. Here we aim to identify forest structure patterns between IUCN protected categories.

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: Globally

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R

Methods: Modelling, Data Mining



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu
Tree regeneration patterns in deciduous forests

 

Aims:  Tree regeneration and species composition are driven by numerous biotic and abiotic variables with varying degrees of overlapping influence. Understanding the conditions that promote certain spatial patterns of natural regeneration are important for forest productivity, ecological stability, and biodiversity.

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: Europe

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R

Methods: Modelling, Data Mining



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu
Spatial statistics

 

Aims: Analyzing spatial forest structure in order to reveal relationships that take place between different tree species - species mingling.

Method: point pattern analysis

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language:  English

Start: anytime

Location: N Bavaria/ Germany

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu
Forest Response to Drought Stress

 

Aims:  Drought episodes are predicted to increase their intensity and frequency globally, which will have a particular impact on forest vitality, productivity, and species distribution. This study aims to assess the impact of tree species interaction on forest vulnerability to drought.

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: N Bavaria/ Germany

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R

Methods: Modelling, Remote Sensing



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu


Master's Theses offered
Global analysis of tree structure in protected areas

 

Aims:  Forest structure is a key driver of ecosystem diversity. Here we aim to identify forest structure patterns between IUCN protected categories.

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: Globally

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R

Methods: Modelling, Data Mining



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu
Tree regeneration patterns in deciduous forests

 

Aims:  Tree regeneration and species composition are driven by numerous biotic and abiotic variables with varying degrees of overlapping influence. Understanding the conditions that promote certain spatial patterns of natural regeneration are important for forest productivity, ecological stability, and biodiversity.

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: Europe

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R

Methods: Modelling, Data Mining



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu
Spatial statistics

 

Aims: Analyzing spatial forest structure in order to reveal relationships that take place between different tree species - species mingling.

Method: point pattern analysis

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language:  English

Start: anytime

Location: N Bavaria/ Germany

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu
Forest Response to Drought Stress

 

Aims:  Drought episodes are predicted to increase their intensity and frequency globally, which will have a particular impact on forest vitality, productivity, and species distribution. This study aims to assess the impact of tree species interaction on forest vulnerability to drought.

Study programs:  M.Sc. GCE, B.Sc./ M.Sc. Geoökologie, M.Sc. Biodiversity & Ökologie, M.Sc. Environmental Geography

Language: English

Start: anytime

Location: N Bavaria/ Germany

Skills needed: Basic knowledge of R

Methods: Modelling, Remote Sensing



Contact: Carl Beierkuhnlein, Mirela Beloiu
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