CURRICULUM VITAE

 

04.2011 – ongoing                    Research associate / project coordination of the DAAD-project “International  Network on Climate Change - Understanding adaptation andmitigation strategies of tropical Andean People”

 

 

05.2010 – 11.2010                    Research assistant in the BMBF-project “Water research analysis in Germany” at the Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research in Leipzig

 

02.2010 – 04.2010                    Research assistant in the BMBF-project „Climate change, landscape dynamics, land use and natural resources in the Atlantic Forest of Rio de Janeiro”of the Institute of Physical Geography / University of Leipzig 

03.2007 – 09.2007                    Preparatory work for the BMBF-project „Climate change, landscape dynamics, land use and natural resources in the Atlantic Forest of Rio de Janeiro“of the Institute of Physical Geography / University of Leipzig 

01.2006 – 11.2009                    Research assistant at the University of Leipzig / Institute of Systematic Botany

 

12.2003 – 12.2005                    Research associate in the BMBF-project „Science and Technology for the Mata Atlântica“ within the subproject of the University of Leipzig / Instituteof Systematic Botany „Biodiversity and integrated land use management for economic and natural system stability in the Mata Atlântica of Rio de Janeiro “ 

10.2003                                    Diploma BiologyDiploma thesis „The seed-dispersal by frugivorous bats on landslides in a montane rainforest in South-Ecuador“

 

List of publications:

 

Lindner, A. and J. Pretzsch 2013. An international network on climate change impacts on small farmers in the tropical Andes - Global conventions from a local perspective. Sustainable Agriculture Research 2(2): 92-98

Lindner, A. and D. Sattler 20112. Biomass estimations in forests of different disturbance history in the Atlantic Forest of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. New Forests 43(3): 287-301

Lindner, A., Pretzsch, J. and U. Berger 2011. Biodiversität und Klimawandel – Globale Konventionen aus lokaler Sicht. AFZ – DerWald 11: 6-7

Lindner, A. 2011. Small scale structure and dynamics in the Atlantic Forest - Notes on understory light fluctuation. Tropical Ecology 52(2): 139-150

Lindner, A, Stein, K. and M. Freiberg 2010. Abundance and vigor of three selected understory species along environmental gradients in south-eastern Brazil. Ecotropica 16(2): 101-112

Lindner, A. 2010. Biomass storage and stand structure in a conservation unit in the Atlantic Rainforest – the role of big trees. Ecological Engineering 36(12): 1769-1773

Sattler, D. and A. Lindner 2009. On the influence of climate seasonality on leaf area index and canopy openness of a fragmented tropical montane forest in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.In: Gaese, H., Torrico Albino, J. C., Wesenberg, J. and S. Schlüter (Eds.) Biodiversity and land use systems in the fragmented Mata Atlântica of Rio de Janeiro, pp. 245-258.Cuvillier, Göttingen.

Lindner, A. 2009. A rapid assessment approach on soil seed banks of three tropical forest types with different disturbance history in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Ecological Engineering35(5): 829-835

Sattler, D., Lindner, A. and W. Morawetz 2007. The role of seasonality in structural assessments of a tropical montane forest in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In: Cronemberger, C. andE.B.V. de Castro (Eds.) Ciência e Conservação na Serra dos Órgãos, pp. 105-116. IBAMA, Brasilia.

Lindner, A. and W. Morawetz 2006. Seed dispersal by frugivorous bats on landslides in a montane rainforest in southern Ecuador. Chiroptera Neotropical 12(1): 232-237