Publications

(2022). Evaluating the Potential of DESIS to Infer Plant Taxonomical and Functional Diversities in European Forests. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.

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(2021). The Three Major Axes of Terrestrial Ecosystem Function. Nature.

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(2021). Crowd-Sourced Plant Occurrence Data Provide a Reliable Description of Macroecological Gradients. Ecography.

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(2021). Functional Convergence of Biosphere– Atmosphere Interactions in Response to Meteorological Conditions. Biogeosciences.

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(2021). Low-Dimensional Representations of Earth System Processes. Universitat de València: PhD in Remotesensing.

(2020). Discovering Differential Equations from Earth Observation Data. IGARSS 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium.

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(2020). The Low Dimensionality of Development. Social Indicators Research.

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(2020). Summarizing the State of the Terrestrial Biosphere in Few Dimensions. Biogeosciences.

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(2020). Learning Ordinary Differential Equations from Remote Sensing Data.

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(2020). Capturing the Influence of ENSO on Land Surface Variables for Tropical South America.

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(2020). Earth System Data Cubes Unravel Global Multivariate Dynamics. Earth System Dynamics.

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(2020). Data Challenges Limit Our Global Understanding of Humanitarian Disasters Triggered by Climate Extremes. Climate Extremes and Their Implications for Impact and Risk Assessment.

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(2018). dimRed and coRanking - Unifying Dimensionality Reduction in R. The R Journal.

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(2017). Monitoring Ecological Change during Rapid Socio-Economic and Political Transitions: Colombian Ecosystems in the Post-Conflict Era. Environmental Science & Policy.

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(2015). Drivers of Diversity and Functional Characteristics in Broadleaf Forests – the Example of Thuringia. Universität Leipzig: Master Thesis (Ecology, Evolution and Systematics).

(2013). Carbon Dioxide Emitted from Live Stems of Tropical Trees Is Several Years Old. Tree Physiology.

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(2012). Internal Respiration of Amazon Tree Stems Greatly Exceeds External CO2 Efflux. Biogeosciences.

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(2012). The Contribution of Respiration in Tree Stems to the Dole Effect. Biogeosciences.

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