Lirey Ramirez M. Sc.

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+49 6421 28-24179 lirey.ramirez@geo 1 Deutschhausstraße 10
35032 Marburg
F|12 Deutsches Haus (Raum: +2/0280)

Organisationseinheit

Philipps-Universität Marburg Geographie (Fb19) Physische Geographie Biogeographie und Hochgebirgsforschung Ökologische Pflanzengeographie

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    My research is mainly focus in plant community ecology in tropical alpine environments particularly in vegetation structure in treeline ecotone and paramo ecosystem, positive and negative plant-plant interactions and ecophysiology responses of plant species to abiotic stress and biotic interactions.

    My PhD project is focus in ecosystem engineering at tropical treeline and how water availability and facilitation influence the establishment dynamics of tree species at Andean treelines, specifically in my home country Venezuela.

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    2010-2013. Master degree in Tropical Ecology.  Instituto de Ciencias Ambientales y Ecológicas. Universidad de Los Andes. Venezuela. Master dissertation “Interactions between a dominant shrub (Hypericum laricifolium Juss) and other plant species in andean and high-andean paramo”. Funded by  CDCHTA.

    2002-2008: Bachelor in Biology. Biology Department, Sciences Faculty. Universidad de Los Andes. Venezuela. Undergraduate dissertation “Vegetation structure along the forest – páramo transition belt in the Sierra Nevada de Mérida” Funded by LEAF-IAI  and CDCHTA

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    2018

    Mora, M., Llambi L.D., Ramirez, L. Giant stem rosettes have strong facilitation effects on alpine plant communities in the tropical andes. Plant Ecology And Diversity. DOI: 10.1080/17550874.2018.1507055

    2017

    Hupp, N., Llambí, L.D., Ramírez, L. And Callaway, R. Alpine cushion plants have species–specic effects on microhabitat and community structure in the Tropical Andes. Journal Of Vegetation Science 216: 213-22

    Cuesta, F., Muriel, P., Llambí, L.D., Halloy, S., Aguirre, N., Beck, S., Carilla, J., Meneses, R. I., Cuello, S., Grau, A., Gámez, L.E., Irazábal, J., Jácome, J., Jaramillo, R., Ramírez, L., Samaniego, N., Suárez-Duque,D., Thompson,N., Tupayachi, A., Viñas,P., Yager, K., Becerra, M.T., Pauli H., And Gosling, W. Latitudinal and altitudinal patterns of plant community diversity on mountain summits across the Tropical Andes. Ecography. 40: 001-014

    2015               

    Ramírez, L., Rada, R Llambí. L. Linking patterns and processes through ecosystem engineering: effects of shrubs on microhabitat and water status of associated plants in the High Tropical Andes. Plant Ecology. 216: 213-225

    2014

    Llambí, L., Ramírez, L.  Schwarzkopf. T.  Patrones de distribución de plantas leñosas en el ecotono bosque-páramo de la sierra nevada de mérida: ¿qué nos sugieren sobre la dinámica del límite de bosque? . In: Cuesta, F.; Sevink J.; Llambí L.D; De Bievre B; Mandonado. G. 2013. Investigación para la conservación en los páramos andinos. Proyecto Páramo Andino, CONDESAN-PNUMA-FMAM

    2009

    Ramírez, L., Llambí, L., Schwarzkopf, T., Gámez, L., Márquez, N. Vegetation structure along the forest – páramo transition belt in the Sierra Nevada De Mérida: implications for understanding treeline dynamic. ECOTROPICOS. 22 (2):83-98

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