Rebekka Eichstädt (Bögelein)

PhD Student

Research interests

Stable isotopes in ecophysiology
Canopy research
Forest ecology

Thesis topic: Strategies of resource-use in competing European beech (Fagussylvatica) and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) at the crown level

CV

Since 2019 Research fellow at the Bayerisches Landesamt für Umwelt, Hof (Saale)

2017-2018 Research fellow at the Thünen Institute for Forest Ecology, Eberswalde

2013-2016 Assistant lecturer at the Dept. of Geobotany

2014-2015 PhD grant from Stipendienstiftung Rheinland-Pfalz

2011-2012 Research assistant in the project ForeStClim (Transnational forestry management strategies in response to regional climate change impacts)

2011 Diploma in Applied Environmental Sciences, Universität Trier

Publications

Bögelein, R., Lehmann, M.M., Thomas, F.M. (2019) Differences in carbon isotope leaf-to-phloem fractionation and mixing patterns along a vertical gradient in mature European beech and Douglas fir. New Phytologist 222: 1803-1815. doi.org/10.1111/nph.15735

Bögelein, R., Pérez, C.A., Schäfer, P., Thomas, F.M. (2019) How competitive is the "pioneer-climax" tree species Nothofagus alpina in pristine temperate forests of Chile? Journal of Plant Ecology 12: 144-156. doi: 10.1093/jpe/rty006

Bögelein, R., Thomas, F.M., Kahmen, A. 2017. Leaf water 18O and 2H enrichment along vertical canopy profiles in a broadleaved and a conifer forest tree. Plant, Cell and Environment 40: 1086-1103. DOI

Thomas, F.M., Bögelein, R., Werner, W. 2015. Interaction between Douglas fir and European beech - investigations in pure and mixed stands. Forstarchiv 86: 83-91. DOI

Bögelein, R., Hassdenteufel, M., Thomas, F.M., Werner, W. 2012. Comparison of leaf gas exchange and stable isotope signature of water-soluble compounds along canopy gradients of co-occurring Douglas-fir and European beech. Plant, Cell and Environment 35: 1245-1257. DOI

Reinert, S., Bögelein, R., Thomas, F.M. 2012. Use of thermal imaging to determine leaf conductance along a canopy gradient in European beech (Fagus sylvatica). Tree Physiology 32: 294-302. DOI

Conference contributions

Bögelein, R., Lehmann, M.M., Thomas, F.M. 2016. Examining the impact of phloem translocation on C-13 signatures of broadleaved and conifer trees using compound-specific isotope analyses. Talk at 08.09.2016 in Marburg: 46th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfOe).

Bögelein, R., Thomas, F.M., Werner, W., Kahmen, A. 2015. Isotopic interference of water vapor and leaf water in a mixed forest canopy. Talk at 03.09.2015 in Göttingen: 45th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfOe).

Bögelein, R., Werner, W., Thomas, F.M. 2014. Isotopic alterations during phloem translocation in two forest tree species. Poster 15.-17.10.2014 in München: Jahrestagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Stabile Isotope (ASI).

Bögelein, R., Werner, W., Thomas, F.M. 2014. From the leaves to the stem – transport of isotopic signals in adult forest trees. Talk at 10.09.2014 in Hildesheim: 44th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfOe).

Bögelein, R., Wagener, C., Werner, W., Thomas, F.M. 2013. Allometrical acclimation of European beech to intra- and inter-specific competition with Douglas-fir at the crown level. Talk at 11.09.2013 in Potsdam: 43th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfOe).

Bögelein, R., Werner, W., Thomas, F.M. 2012. Patterns in isotopic signatures of leaf and phloem water soluble compounds in adult forest tree crowns over space and time. Talk at 13.09.2013 in Lüneburg: 42th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfOe).

Bögelein, R., Thomas, F.M., Werner, W. 2011. Using stable carbon and oxygen isotopes of different organic tissues to infer tree ecophysiological traits and net photosynthesis. Talk: Annual Meeting of the German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR), PSI Villigen, Schweiz.

Bögelein, R., Haßdenteufel, M., Thomas, F.M., Werner, W. 2011. Intrinsic water-use efficiency of co-occurring Douglas-fir and European beech. Poster 08.-11.05.2011 in Santiago de Compostela, Spanien: Managed forests in future landscapes.

Bögelein, R., Thomas, F.M., Werner, W. 2010. Wassernutzungseffizienz von Buche und Douglasie: Charakterisierung durch Gaswechselmessungen und Analyse Stabiler Isotope. Talk at 23.09.2010 in Göttingen: Forstwissenschaftliche Tagung.