Project properties

Title Dynamics of dispersal mode in tree communities during forest
restoration after mining
Group Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
Project type thesis
Credits 36
Supervisor(s) Catarina Jakovac
Examiner(s) FEM Staff member
Contact info
Begin date 2020/05/01
End date
Description Within a conservation area in the southern Brazilian Amazon
there has been large tin mining activity in the past. Since 10
years now, the areas impacted by mining are been restored and
monitored annually for vegetation development and soil
improvement. The restoration areas have different ages, soil
properties and landscape conditions. All tree species have been
classified regarding their dispersal mode.
No field work possibility

Corona proof: field work (abroad) or intensive lab studies required

Biodiversity and functional diversity/ Plant-animal interactions/ Population and forest dynamics/ Forest restoration and succession / America's/ Tropical zone /Desk study
Used skills
Requirements FEM-30306 Forest Ecology and Forest Management; REG31806 Ecological Methods I;