RELIKTBÄUME

UND DAS PROJEKT ZELKOVA

 

Ausstellung in Freiburg und Baku (Aserbaidschan)

Ausstellung in Baku

Die wichtigsten Resultate des Projekts werden mit einer Sonderausstellung in den Jahren  2015 und 2016 am Naturhistorischen Museum Freiburg vorgestellt. Es werden die schönsten und interessantesten Reliktbaumarten aus Transkaukasien, aus der Mittelmeerregion und aus Makaronesien (Atlantische Inseln) gezeigt und besprochen.

Ein Teil der Ausstellung ist bereits unter dem Titel „Green treasure of Azerbaijan“ in Baku (Aserbaidschan) gezeigt.

 

Publikationen

  • Maharramova EH, Safarov HM, Kozlowski G, Borsch T, Muller LA. 2015. Analysis of nuclear microsatellites reveals limited differentiation between Colchic and Hyrcanian populations of the wind-pollinated relict tree Zelkova carpinifolia (Ulmaceae). American Journal of Botany 102: 119-128.

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  • Gerber E, Kozlowski G, Kozlowski E. 2014. Relict trees of Azerbaijan – a unique natural heritage. Visions of Azerbaijan. July/October 2014. 38-43.

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  • Christe C, Kozlowski G, Frey D, Bétrisey S, Maharramova E, Garfi G, Pirintsos S, Naciri Y. 2014. Footprints of past intensive diversification and structuring in the genus Zelkova (Ulmaceae) in south-western Eurasia. Journal of Biogeography 41: 1081-1093.

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  • Christe C, KOZLOWSKI G, Frey D, Fazan L, Bétrisey S, Pirintsos S, Gratzfeld J, Naciri Y. 2014. Do living ex situ collections capture the genetic variation of wild populations? A molecular analysis of two relict tree species, Zelkova abelica and Zelkova carpinifolia. Biodiversity and Conservation (in press) doi: 10.1007/s10531-014-0756-9.

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  • GERBER E, KOZLOWSKI G. 2014. Relict trees of the Hyrcanian Forest in the Talysh Mountains of Azerbaijan. Natural History Museum Fribourg. pp. 36.

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  • Bosque M, Adamogianni M-I, Bariotakis M, Fazan L, Stoffel M, Garfi G, Gratzfeld J, KOZLOWSKI G, Pirintsos S. 2013. Fine-scale spatial patterns of the Tertiary relict Zelkova abelicea (Ulmaceae) indicate possible processes contributing to its persistence to climate changes. Regional Environmental Change (in press) doi: 10.1007/s10113-013-0544-1.

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  • KOZLOWSKI G, Gratzfeld J. 2013. Zelkova - an ancient tree. Global status and conservation action. Natural History Museum Fribourg. pp. 60.

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  • KOZLOWSKI G, Frey D, Fazan L, Egli B, Bétrisey S, Gratzfeld J, Garfi G, Pirintsos S. 2013. Tertiary relict tree Zelkova abelicea Ulmaecae): distribution, population structure and conservation status on Crete. Oryx. Doi: 10.1017/S0030605312001275.

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  • KOZLOWSKI G, Frey D, Fazan L, Egli B, Pirintsos S. 2012a. Zelkova abelicea. In: IUCN 2012. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2. www.iucnredlist.org.

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  • Fazan L, Stoffel M, Frey D, Pirintsos S, KOZLOWSKI G. 2012. Small does not mean young: age estimation of severely browsed trees in anthropogenic Mediterranean landscapes. Biological Conservation. 153: 97–100.

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  • KOZLOWSKI G, Gibbs D, Fun H, Frey D, Gratzfeld J. 2012b. Conservation of threatened relict trees through living ex situ collections: lessons from the global survey of the genus Zelkova (Ulmaceae). Biodiversity and Conservation. 21: 671-685.

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