Dominik Seidel
Dominik Seidel
PostDoc Researcher, Dep. of Silviculture and Forest Ecology, University of Goettingen
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Combining high biodiversity with high yields in tropical agroforests
Y Clough, J Barkmann, J Juhrbandt, M Kessler, TC Wanger, A Anshary, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (20), 8311-8316, 2011
3532011
Tree diversity and environmental context predict herb species richness and cover in Germany's largest connected deciduous forest
EA Vockenhuber, C Scherber, C Langenbruch, M Meißner, D Seidel, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13 (2), 111-119, 2011
1162011
Analyzing forest canopies with ground-based laser scanning: A comparison with hemispherical photography
D Seidel, S Fleck, C Leuschner
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 154, 1-8, 2012
1002012
Crown modeling by terrestrial laser scanning as an approach to assess the effect of aboveground intra-and interspecific competition on tree growth
J Metz, D Seidel, P Schall, D Scheffer, ED Schulze, C Ammer
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 275-288, 2013
822013
Crown plasticity in mixed forests—quantifying asymmetry as a measure of competition using terrestrial laser scanning
D Seidel, C Leuschner, A Müller, B Krause
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (11), 2123-2132, 2011
712011
3D-laser scanning: A non-destructive method for studying above-ground biomass and growth of juvenile trees
D Seidel, F Beyer, D Hertel, S Fleck, C Leuschner
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151 (10), 1305-1311, 2011
622011
Review of ground-based methods to measure the distribution of biomass in forest canopies
D Seidel, S Fleck, C Leuschner, T Hammett
Annals of Forest Science 68 (2), 225-244, 2011
592011
The relationship between tree species richness, canopy space exploration and productivity in a temperate broad-leaf mixed forest
D Seidel, C Leuschner, C Scherber, F Beyer, T Wommelsdorf, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 366-374, 2013
572013
Quantifying stand structural complexity and its relationship with forest management, tree species diversity and microclimate
M Ehbrecht, P Schall, C Ammer, D Seidel
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 242, 1-9, 2017
562017
On the exposure of hemispherical photographs in forests
P Beckschaefer, D Seidel, C Kleinn, J Xu
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 6 (4), 228, 2013
522013
Climate responses of aboveground productivity and allocation in Fagus sylvatica: a transect study in mature forests
H Müller-Haubold, D Hertel, D Seidel, F Knutzen, C Leuschner
Ecosystems 16 (8), 1498-1516, 2013
422013
Mechanical abrasion, and not competition for light, is the dominant canopy interaction in a temperate mixed forest
P Hajek, D Seidel, C Leuschner
Forest Ecology and Management 348, 108-116, 2015
392015
Effective number of layers: a new measure for quantifying three-dimensional stand structure based on sampling with terrestrial LiDAR
M Ehbrecht, P Schall, J Juchheim, C Ammer, D Seidel
Forest Ecology and Management 380, 212-223, 2016
332016
How neighborhood affects tree diameter increment–New insights from terrestrial laser scanning and some methodical considerations
D Seidel, N Hoffmann, M Ehbrecht, J Juchheim, C Ammer
Forest Ecology and Management 336, 119-128, 2015
312015
Key ecological research questions for Central European forests
C Ammer, A Fichtner, A Fischer, MM Gossner, P Meyer, R Seidl, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 32, 3-25, 2018
272018
How management intensity and neighborhood composition affect the structure of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) trees
J Juchheim, P Annighöfer, C Ammer, K Calders, P Raumonen, D Seidel
Trees 31 (5), 1723-1735, 2017
262017
Canopy space filling rather than conventional measures of structural diversity explains productivity of beech stands
J Juchheim, C Ammer, P Schall, D Seidel
Forest Ecology and Management 395, 19-26, 2017
242017
Canopy gaps affect the shape of Douglas-fir crowns in the western Cascades, Oregon
D Seidel, KJ Ruzicka, K Puettmann
Forest Ecology and Management 363, 31-38, 2016
212016
Describing forest canopy gaps efficiently, accurately, and objectively: New prospects through the use of terrestrial laser scanning
D Seidel, C Ammer, K Puettmann
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 213, 23-32, 2015
202015
Assessing different components of three-dimensional forest structure with single-scan terrestrial laser scanning: A case study
D Seidel, M Ehbrecht, K Puettmann
Forest Ecology and Management 381, 196-208, 2016
192016
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