Katharina Gerdel

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In the present study, density of leopard prey on Lajuma Mountain Retreat was estimated using the line transect methodology. Seventeen transects, with a total length of 16,2 km were established in an area of 246,5 ha. Each transect was walked six times between June and October 2007, resulting in a total sampling effort of 97,4 km. From 104 sightings, fifteen(More)
During recent years, carbonyl sulfide (COS), a trace gas with a similar diffusion pathway into leaves as carbon dioxide (CO2), but with no known “respiration-like” leaf source, has been discussed as a promising new approach for partitioning net ecosystem-scale CO2 fluxes into photosynthesis and respiration. The utility of COS for flux partitioning at the(More)
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