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Financial analysis of thinning intensity
MSc thesis (BSc thesis) Thinning interventions -among other goals- often aim to optimize financial performance of a stand. QD Forest management is a novel management approach aiming to achieve ‘free growth’ of a tree in order t ...
Supervisor: Eti�nne Thomassen, Frits Mohren
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Effects of rooting by wild boar on soil organic carbon
BSc thesis / MSc thesis (depending on size / depth of analysis) Rooting activity by wild boar may lead to loss of soil organic matter and soil carbon, depending on rooting intensity and frequency. In the Netherlands, high wild  ...
Supervisor: Frits Mohren
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Seed rain: reproductive strategies during secondary succession in wet tropical forest
MSc thesis During secondary succession after land abandonment in the wet tropics the vegetation recovers rapidly. Local forest recovery is determined by many factors but availability of seeds is crucial. This is largely determi ...
Supervisor: Frans Bongers
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Detecting effects of CO2 rise on the drivers of tropical tree growth
MSc thesis Atmospheric CO2 rise increases photosynthesis and decreases water loss of trees, but it may also increase leaf temperatures beyond optimum for photosynthesis. Generally, CO2 rise is thought to increase tree growth, ...
Supervisor: Pieter Zuidema, Sophie Zwartsenberg
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Reproductive strategies of tropical tree species
MSc thesis / MSc internship / BSc thesis / BSc internship Tropical forests harbor a tremendous diversity of trees, which are able to coexist because of differences in their life history strategies. Tree species are engaged in a ...
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Lourens Poorter
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Does shade tolerance explain the distribution of wet and dry tropical tree species?
MSc thesis / MSc internship / BSc thesis / BSc internship Species distribution is determined by environmental filters that can determine what species can occur where. Shade and drought are thought to be the two most important e ...
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Lourens Poorter
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Effects of climatic variability on tropical tree populations. How to scale up from tree growth to population viability?
MSc thesis Tree-ring analyses of tropical tree species have shown that years with low rainfall and high temperatures reduce stem growth and may also increase mortality. Climate change will likely increase the frequency and sev ...
Supervisor: Pieter Zuidema & Peter van der Sleen
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Can logged tropical forests be good for climate? Estimating the effect of selective logging on forest carbon worldwide
MSc thesis Exploitation and use of tropical timber from natural forests may lead to net carbon sequestration in forest and products, and thus contribute to climate change mitigation. Within this product chain from forest to co ...
Supervisor: FEM group: Pieter Zuidema
External: Federico Alice Guier, National University of Costa
Rica

Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
What do ontogenetic changes in wood density tell us about species’ functional strategy?
MSc thesis / MSc internship A tree experiences strongly changing pressures during its lifetime. For example, protection from herbivores and other physical damage may be more important in early life stages, whereas support is i ...
Supervisor: Masha van der Sande
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
Nutrient balances in tropical trees
MSc thesis / MSc internship Trees compete for the acquisition of nutrients. Nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus are crucial for plant growth and survival. Species can have different strategies to deal with (limiting) nut ...
Supervisor: Masha van der Sande
Department: Forest Ecology and Forest Management Group
 
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