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Rupert Seidl

309 FSL
Oregon State University
3200 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
USA
Phone: 541-758-8779
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Official position at address above: Postdoc Research Fellow
  
Educational Institutions attended: M.S., 2004, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU) Vienna, Austria Ph.D., 2007, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU) Vienna, Austria
  
Principal Collaborators: Tom Spies
  
General Interests: I'm interested in forest ecosystem dynamics in general and the role of climate and disturbances in forest ecosystems in particular. My work aims at harnessing concepts of ecosystem dynamics – primarily in the form of simulation models – for the support of sustainable forest management under climate change.
  
Current Research Projects/Activities: A framework for individual-based forest landscape modeling under changing climate and disturbance regimes (http://iland.boku.ac.at)
  



Publications

Zald, Harold S.J.; Spies, Thomas A.; Seidl, Rupert; Pabst, Robert J.; Olsen, Keith A.; Steel, E. Ashley. 2016. Complex mountain terrain and disturbance history drive variation in forest aboveground live carbon density in the western Oregon Cascades, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 366: 193-207. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2016.01.036 (Pub No: 4924)
Seidl, Rupert; Rammer, Werner; Scheller, Robert M.; Spies, Thomas A. 2012. An individual-based process model to simulate landscape-scale forest ecosystem dynamics. Ecological Modelling. 231: 87-100. (Pub No: 4649)
Seidl, Rupert., Spies, Thomas A., Rammer, Werner., Steel, E. Ashley., Pabst, Robert. J., Olsen, Keith. 2012. Multi-scale Drivers of Spatial Variation in Old-Growth Forest Carbon Density Disentangled with Lidar and an Individual-Based Landscape Model. Ecosystems. Ecosystems 15:1321-1335. DOI: 10.1007/s10021-012-9587-2 (Pub No: 4792)