Wanek, Mag. Dr. Wolfgang

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E-Mail: wolfgang.wanek@univie.ac.at

Ao. Univ.-Prof.
Universität Wien
Althanstrasse 14
1090 Wien
Austria

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Thematische Schwerpunkte

Ökophysiologie tropischer Pflanzen, Nährstoffkreisläufe tropischer Regenwälder, Stabile Isotopen, Biologie, Bodenkunde, Botanik, Oekologie

Geographische Schwerpunkte

Zentralamerika, Karibischer Raum

Geburtsdatum, -ort

7. August 1967

Beruflicher Werdegang

Studium Biologie/Botanik ab 1986, 1993 Abschluss Diplomstudium, 1996 Abschluss Dissertation, seit 1997 Assistent am Institut für Pflanzenphysiologie/Ökologie, Habilitation 2006, seitdem Ao. Univ.-Prof. am Department Chemische Ökologie und Ökosystemforschung an der Universität Wien

Mitglied in wissenschaftlichen Vereinigungen

Mitglied Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation ATBC, Mitglied Organisation for Tropical Studies OTS, Mitglied Verein Regenwald der Österreicher, Costa Rica, div. europäische Pflanzenphysiologie und -ökologieassoziationen (FESPP, ÖAPP etc.)

Gesprochene Sprachen

Deutsch, Englisch, (Spanisch)

Gelesene Sprachen

Deutsch, Englisch, (Spanisch)

Lehrtätigkeit

Betreuung Diplomarbeiten in Costa Rica und Panama, Lehrveranstaltungen wie Der neotropische Regenwald: Exkursion und ökologisches Geländepraktikum in Costa Rica

Betreute Arbeiten

Laufende Forschungsprojekte

Biodiversität und Ökosystemfunktionen in tropischen Wäldern und Landnutzungssystemen in SW Costa Rica (Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Forschung, Österreich; Kooperation zwischen österreichischen Universitäten und Universidad de Costa Rica; 2010-2012)

Koop. mit ibero-amerikanischen Institutionen

Prof. Klaus Winter, STRI, Panama Prof. Ernesto Medina, IVIC, Venezuela Prof. George Stewart, University Western Australia, Australia Dr. Andrea Bernecker, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica Prof. Robbert Gradstein, Universität Göttingen, Deutschland PD. Ilka Feller, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Belize & U.S.A.

Beratungstätigkeit/Arbeit in Gremien

Publikationen (Auswahl)

Schriftenreihen


Periodika


Monographien

  • P. Hietz, H. Rammler, W. Wanek (2003) Effect of canopy position on the physiology and ecology of epiphytes. In: S.-W. Breckle et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of the A.F.W. Schimper-Foundation est. by H. and E. Walter. Verlag Günter Heimbach, Stuttgart, Germany. pp. XX
  • W. Wanek, K. Pörtl, R. Wania (2003) Effect of epiphyll colonization on phyllosphere nutrient relations in a tropical wet forest, Costa Rica. In: S.-W. Breckle et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of the A.F.W. Schimper-Foundation est. by H. and E. Walter. Verlag Günter Heimbach, Stuttgart, Germany. pp. XX
  • P. Hietz, H. Rammler, W. Wanek (2003) Effect of canopy position on the physiology and ecology of epiphytes. In: S.-W. Breckle et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of the A.F.W. Schimper-Foundation est. by H. and E. Walter. Verlag Günter Heimbach, Stuttgart, Germany. pp. XX
  • W. Wanek, K. Pörtl, R. Wania (2003) Effect of epiphyll colonization on phyllosphere nutrient relations in a tropical wet forest, Costa Rica. In: S.-W. Breckle et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of the A.F.W. Schimper-Foundation est. by H. and E. Walter. Verlag Günter Heimbach, Stuttgart, Germany. pp. XX
  • W. Wanek, S. Drage, N. Hinko, F. Hofhansl, E.-M. Pölz, A. Ratzer, A. Richter (2008) Primary production and nutrient cycling in lowland rainforests of the Golfo Dulce region. In: Natural and Cultural History of the Golfo Dulce Region. Stapfia 88: 155-178. Oberösterreichische Landesmuseen, Linz.
  • A. Riemerth, M. Gusenleitner, G. Draxler, W. Wanek, F. Schiemer (2008) The role of leaf anatomy and tannins in litter decay in a tropical stream. In: Natural and Cultural History of the Golfo Dulce Region. Stapfia 88: 467-484. Oberösterreichische Landesmuseen, Linz.
  • A. Weissenhofer, W. Huber, W. Wanek, A. Weber (2008) Terrestrial litter trappers in the Golfo Dulce region: diversity, architecture and ecology of a poorly known group of plant specialists. In: Natural and Cultural History of the Golfo Dulce Region. Stapfia 88: 143-154. Oberösterreichische Landesmuseen, Linz.


Aufsätze

  • P. Hietz, W. Wanek and M. Popp (1999) Stable isotopic composition of carbon and nitrogen and nitrogen content in vascular epiphytes along an altitudinal transect. Plant Cell and Environment 22, 1435-1443.
  • K. McKee, I.C. Feller, M. Popp, W. Wanek (2002) Mangrove isotopic (d15N and d13C) fractionation across a nitrogen versus phosphorus limitation gradient. Ecology 83 (4) 1065-1075.
  • W. Wanek, S.K. Arndt (2002) The d15N variation between nodulated roots and shoots of soybean reflects the relative contribution of symbiotic N2 fixation to plant N acquisition. Journal of Experimental Botany 53 (371) 1109-1118.
  • R. Wania, P. Hietz, W. Wanek (2002) Natural 15N abundance of epiphytes depends on the position within the forest canopy: source signals and isotope fractionation. Plant, Cell and Environment 25 (4) 581-589. * P. Hietz, W. Wanek, R. Wania, N. M. Nadkarni (2002) 15N natural abundance in a montane cloud forest canopy as an indicator of nitrogen cycling and epiphyte nutrition. Oecologia 131 (3), 350-355.
  • W. Wanek, S. K. Arndt, W. Huber, M. Popp (2002) Nitrogen nutrition during ontogeny of hemiepiphytic Clusia species. Functional Plant Biology 29 (6) 733-740.
  • S. K. Arndt, W. Wanek, G. Hoch, A. Richter, M. Popp (2002) Flexibility of nitrogen metabolism in the tropical CAM-C3 tree species Clusia minor. Functional Plant Biology 29 (6) 741-747.
  • W. Wanek, W. Huber, S. K. Arndt, M. Popp (2002) Mode of photosynthesis during different life stages of hemiepiphytic Clusia species. Functional Plant Biology 29 (6) 725-732.
  • R. Fischer, V. Mayer, W. Wanek, A. Richter (2002) Plants feed ants: food bodies of myrmecophytic Piper and their significance for the interaction with Pheidole bicornis ants. Oecologia 133, 186-192.
  • RC. Fischer, W. Wanek, A. Richter, V. Mayer (2003) Do ants feed plants ? A 15N labeling study of nitrogen fluxes from ants to plants in the mutualism of Pheidole and Piper. Journal of Ecology 91, 126-134.
  • P. Hietz, W. Wanek (2003) Size-dependent variation of carbon and nitrogen isotope abundances in epiphytic bromeliads. Plant Biology 5, 137-142.
  • P. Hietz, W. Wanek, O. Dünisch (2005) Long-term trends in cellulose delta13C and water use efficiency of tropical Cedrela and Swietenia from Brazil. Tree Physiology 25, 745-752.
  • W. Wanek, K. Pörtl (2005) Phyllosphere nitrogen relations: reciprocal transfer of nitrogen between epiphyllous liverworts and host plants in the understorey of a lowland tropical wet forest in Costa Rica. New Phytologist 166, 577-588 doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2005.01319.x.
  • S. Dojani, M. Lakatos, U. Rascher, W. Wanek, U. Lüttge, B. Büdel (2007) Nitrogen input by cyanobacterial biofilms of an inselberg into a tropical rainforest in French Guiana. Flora 202, 521-529.
  • W. Wanek, J. Hofmann, IC. Feller (2007) Canopy interactions of rainfall in an off-shore mangrove ecosystem dominated by Rhizophora mangle (Belize). Journal of Hydrology 345, 70-79.
  • W. Wanek, K. Pörtl (2008) Short-term 15N uptake kinetics and nitrogen nutrition of bryophytes in a lowland rainforest, Costa Rica. Functional Plant Biology 35, 51-62.
  • M. Fürnkranz, W. Wanek, A. Richter, G. Abell, F. Rasche, A. Sessitsch (2008) Nitrogen fixation by phyllosphere bacteria associated with plants and their colonizing epiphytes of a tropical lowland rainforest in Costa Rica. ISME Journal 2, 561-570.
  • M. Sonnleitner, S. Dullinger, W. Wanek, H. Zechmeister (2009) Microclimatic patterns correlate with the distribution of epiphyllous bryophytes in a tropical lowland rainforest in Costa Rica. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25, 321-330
  • E. Pittl, G. Innerebner, W. Wanek, H. Insam (2010) Microbial communities of arboreal and ground soils in the Esquinas rain forest, Costa Rica. Plant and Soil 329, 65-74.
  • P. Hietz, O. Dünisch, W. Wanek (2010) Long-term trends in nitrogen isotope composition and nitrogen concentration in Brazilian rainforest trees suggest changes in nitrogen cycle. Environmental Science and Technology 44 (4), 1191–1196.
  • N. Hinko-Najera Umana, W. Wanek (2010) Large canopy exchange fluxes of inorganic and organic nitrogen and preferential retention of nitrogen by epiphytes in a tropical lowland rainforest. Ecosystems 13, 367-381.
  • C. Nock, P. Baker, W. Wanek, A. Leis, M. Grabner, S. Bunyavejchewin, P. Hietz (2010) Long-term increases in intrinsic water use efficiency do not lead to increased stem growth in a tropical monsoon forest in western Thailand. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02222.x
  • S. Wester, G.M. Leiva, L. Nauheimer, W. Wanek, H. Kreft, G. Zotz (2011) Physiological diversity and biogeography of vascular epiphytes at Rio Changuinola, Panama. Flora doi: 10.1016/j.flora.2010.01.011.
  • R.J.W. Brienen, W. Wanek, P. Hietz (2010) Stable carbon isotopes in tree rings indicate improved water-use efficiency and drought responses of a tropical dry forest tree species. Trees. DOI 10.1007/s00468-010-0474-1
  • H. Hofhansl, W. Wanek, S. Drage, W. Huber, A. Weissenhofer, A. Richter (2010) Topography strongly affects atmospheric deposition and canopy exchange processes in different types of wet lowland rainforest, SW Costa Rica. Biogeochemistry (in press)

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