Manfred Denich

Senior scientist, Acting director
Ecology and Natural Resources Management
Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn University

Fields of interest:

Tropical land-use systems, biodiversity, development research

Recent publications:

Schmitt C.B., Feyera S., Tadesse W., Rudner M., Denich M.:
Importance of regional climates for plant species distribution patterns in moist Afromontane forest.
Journal of Vegetation Science 2013, 24: 553-568.

Mondal Md.A.H., Denich M., Mezher T.:
Deployment of renewable energy technologies in Bangladesh: Long-term policy implications in power sector.
Energy Strategy Reviews 2012,

Ermias A., Aerts R., Moonen P., Denich M., Kindeya G., Vagena T.-G., Wolde M., Boehmer H.J.:
Altitudinal variation and conservation priorities of vegetation along the Great Rift escarpment, northern Ethiopia.
Biodiversity and Conservation 2012, 21: 2691-2707.

Kugbe J.X., Fosu M., Tamene L. Desta, Denich M., Vlek P.L.G.:
Annual vegetation burns across the northern savanna region of Ghana: period of occurrence, area burns, nutrient losses and emissions.
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 2012, 93, 265-284.

Capote-Fuentes R.T., Denich M., Berger U., Vlek P.L.G.:
Testing a theoretical framework on the linear segment of the biomass-density trajectory of forests.
Revista del Jardín Botánico Nacional – Universidad de La Habana 2011 (in press)

Ermias A., Denich M., Diress T., Aerts R., Neuwirth B., Böhmer H.J.:
Dieback affects forest structure in a dry Afromonane forest in northern Ethiopia.
Journal of Arid Environments 2011, 75: 499-503.

Mekuria A., Vlek P.L.G., Denich M.:
Application of the Caesium-137 technique to soil degradation studies in the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia.
Land Degradation and Development 2011, 23: 456-464.

Mondal Md.A.H., Denich M., Mathur J.:
Impacts of CO2 emission constraints on technology selection and energy resources for power generation in Bangladesh.
Energy Policy 2011, 39: 2043–2050.

Moser-Noergaard P.M., Denich M.:
Influence of livestock on the regeneration of fodder trees along ephemeral rivers of Namibia.
Journal of Arid Environments 2011, 75: 371-376.