Stephan Getzin
Stephan Getzin
University of Goettingen (and Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ)
Verified email at uni-goettingen.de
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Heterogeneity influences spatial patterns and demographics in forest stands
S Getzin, T Wiegand, K Wiegand, F He
Journal of Ecology 96 (4), 807-820, 2008
3572008
Spatial patterns and competition of tree species in a Douglas‐fir chronosequence on Vancouver Island
S Getzin, C Dean, F He, J A. Trofymow, K Wiegand, T Wiegand
Ecography 29 (5), 671-682, 2006
3232006
Assessing biodiversity in forests using very high‐resolution images and unmanned aerial vehicles
S Getzin, K Wiegand, I Schöning
Methods in ecology and evolution 3 (2), 397-404, 2012
2862012
Walter’s two-layer hypothesis revisited: back to the roots!
D Ward, K Wiegand, S Getzin
Oecologia 172 (3), 617-630, 2013
1862013
Using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to quantify spatial gap patterns in forests
S Getzin, RS Nuske, K Wiegand
Remote Sensing 6 (8), 6988-7004, 2014
1692014
An evaluation of the state of spatial point pattern analysis in ecology
E Velázquez, I Martínez, S Getzin, KA Moloney, T Wiegand
Ecography 39 (11), 1042-1055, 2016
1262016
Testing the independent species’ arrangement assertion made by theories of stochastic geometry of biodiversity
T Wiegand, A Huth, S Getzin, X Wang, Z Hao, CVS Gunatilleke, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1741), 3312-3320, 2012
1022012
Spatial distribution and interspecific associations of tree species in a tropical seasonal rain forest of China
G Lan, S Getzin, T Wiegand, Y Hu, G Xie, H Zhu, M Cao
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e46074, 2012
1012012
Discovery of fairy circles in Australia supports self-organization theory
S Getzin, H Yizhaq, B Bell, TE Erickson, AC Postle, I Katra, O Tzuk, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (13), 3551-3556, 2016
962016
Adopting a spatially explicit perspective to study the mysterious fairy circles of Namibia
S Getzin, K Wiegand, T Wiegand, H Yizhaq, J von Hardenberg, E Meron
Ecography 38 (1), 1-11, 2015
932015
Asymmetric tree growth at the stand level: random crown patterns and the response to slope
S Getzin, K Wiegand
Forest Ecology and Management 242 (2-3), 165-174, 2007
762007
Effects of topography on structuring local species assemblages in a S ri L ankan mixed dipterocarp forest
R Punchi‐Manage, S Getzin, T Wiegand, R Kanagaraj, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (1), 149-160, 2013
752013
Scale-dependent competition at the stand level assessed from crown areas
S Getzin, K Wiegand, J Schumacher, FA Gougeon
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (7), 2478-2485, 2008
642008
The fairy circles of Kaokoland (North-West Namibia) origin, distribution, and characteristics
T Becker, S Getzin
Basic and Applied Ecology 1 (2), 149-159, 2000
552000
Spacing patterns of an Acacia tree in the Kalahari over a 61-year period: How clumped becomes regular and vice versa
A Moustakas, K Wiegand, S Getzin, D Ward, KM Meyer, M Guenther, ...
acta oecologica 33 (3), 355-364, 2008
502008
Effect of spatial processes and topography on structuring species assemblages in a Sri Lankan dipterocarp forest
R Punchi-Manage, T Wiegand, K Wiegand, S Getzin, CVS Gunatilleke, ...
Ecology 95 (2), 376-386, 2014
452014
Stochastically driven adult–recruit associations of tree species on Barro Colorado Island
S Getzin, T Wiegand, SP Hubbell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1790), 20140922, 2014
382014
Size dominance regulates tree spacing more than competition within height classes in tropical Cameroon
S Getzin, M Worbes, T Wiegand, K Wiegand
Journal of Tropical Ecology 27 (1), 93-102, 2011
372011
The importance of heterogeneity revisited from a multiscale and multitaxa approach
MM Gossner, S Getzin, M Lange, E Pašalić, M Türke, K Wiegand, ...
Biological Conservation 166, 212-220, 2013
352013
Neighborhood diversity of large trees shows independent species patterns in a mixed dipterocarp forest in Sri Lanka
R Punchi-Manage, T Wiegand, K Wiegand, S Getzin, A Huth, ...
Ecology 96 (7), 1823-1834, 2015
332015
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