Dr. Mario Trouillier

Dr. Mario Trouillier

Soldmannstr. 15, Room 2.19

Phone: +49 (0) 38 34 - 420 41 85

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Focus of research
  • Climate sensitivity of tree growth
  • Forest growth and ecology
  • Agent based modeling
  • Population viability analysis
Curriculum Vitae
Education and work experience
since 01/2018 Postdoc project BaltRap, Greifswald, Germany
04/2015-10/2018 Ph.D. project, Greifswald, Germany; PhD. thesis: "Individual white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench) Voss) growth limitations at treelines in Alaska."
10/2011-09/2014 M.Sc. Forest ecology and nature conservation, Göttingen, Germany; M.Sc. thesis: ”Comparing and assessing population-viability measures using the individual based model RangeShifter.”
01/2013-06/2013 Erasmus semester, Bangor, United Kingdom
10/2007-01/2011 B.Sc. Forest sciences, Tharandt/Dresden, Germany; B.Sc. thesis: ”Hemispherical photography to model radiation under forest canopies and analysis of individual tree effects.”
Peer reviewed

Mario Trouillier, Marieke van der Maaten-Theunissen, Tobias Scharnweber, David Würth, Andreas Burger, Martin Schnittler and Martin Wilmking
Size matters – a comparison of three methods to assess age- and size-dependent climate sensitivity of trees
Trees 33(1): 183–192. DOI: 10.1007/s00468-018-1767-z


Mario Trouillier, Marieke van der Maaten-Theunissen, Jill E. Harvey, David Würth, Martin Schnittler and Martin Wilmking
Visualizing Individual Tree Differences in Tree-Ring Studies
Forests 9(4): 216. DOI: 10.3390/f9040216


Martin Wilmking, Allan Buras, Pascal Eusemann, Martin Schnittler, Mario Trouillier, David Würth, Jelena Lange, Marieke van der Maaten Theunissen and Glenn Patrick Juday
High frequency growth variability of White spruce clones does not differ from non-clonal trees at Alaskan treelines
Dendrochronologia 44: 187–192. DOI: 10.1016/j.dendro.2017.05.005