Invasionsbiologie

Personen

Prof. Dr. Jonathan Jeschke: Invasionsbiologie, Theoretische Ökologie, Tiere, ökologische Neuartigkeit, Stadtökologie, ökologische Synthese, Gewässer, Biodiversitätsforschung, Makroökologie, Räuber-Beute-Interaktionen, Biologiedidaktik, philosophische Biologie

Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik: Stadtökologie, Ökologie biologischer Invasion, Naturschutz, Vegetationsökologie

PD Dr. Guntram Weithoff: Invasion in Gewässern, Zooplankton und mehr

Veröffentlichungen

Bernard-Verdier M, Hulme PE. 2019. Alien plants can be associated with a decrease in local and regional native richness even when at low abundance. Journal of Ecology 107:1343-1354.

Buchholz S, Kowarik I. 2019. Urbanisation modulates plant-pollinator interactions in invasive vs. native plant species. Scientific Reports 9: 6375.

Fischer M, Di Stefano J, Gras P, Kramer-Schadt S, Sutherland DR, Coulson G, Stillfried M. 2019. Circadian rhythms enable efficient resource selection in a human modified landscape. Ecology and Evolution 9(13): 7509-7527.

Frost, C., Allen, W., Courchamp, F., Jeschke, J., Saul, W.-C., & Wardle, D. (2019, 9). Using Network Theory to Understand and Predict Biological Invasions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 34(9); 831-843.

Heger T, Bernard-Verdier M, Gessler A, Greenwood A, Grossart H-P, Hilker M, Keinath S, Kowarik I, Kueffer C, Marquard E, Müller J, Niemeier S, Onandia G, Petermann J, Rillig M, Rödel M-O, Saul W-C, Schittko C, Tockner K, Joshi J, Jeschke JM. 2019. Towards an integrative, eco-evolutionary understanding of ecological novelty: Studying and communicating interlinked effects of global change. BioScience 69(11): 888–899.

Jarić, I., Heger, T., Castro Monzon, F., Jeschke, J., Kowarik, I., McConkey, K., . . . Essl, F. (2019, 4). Crypticity in Biological Invasions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 34(4): 291-302.

Onandia, G., Schittko, C., Ryo, M., Bernard-Verdier, M., Heger, T., Joshi, J., . . . Gessler, A. (2019). Ecosystem functioning in urban grasslands: The role of biodiversity, plant invasions and urbanization. PLoS ONE, 14(11): e0225438.

Rast, W., Barthel, L., & Berger, A. (2019). Music Festival Makes Hedgehogs Move: How Individuals Cope Behaviorally in Response to Human-Induced Stressors. Animals 9(7): 455.

Ryo, M., Jeschke, J., Rillig, M., & Heger, T. (2019). Machine learning with the hierarchy‐of‐hypotheses (HoH) approach discovers novel pattern in studies on biological invasions. Research Synthesis Methods 11(1): 66-73.

Straka TM, Wolf M, Gras P, Buchholz S, Voigt, CC. 2019. Tree cover mediates the effect of artificial light on urban bats. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7: 91.

Voigt, C., Scholl, J., Bauer, J., Teige, T., Yovel, Y., Kramer-Schadt, S., & Gras, P. (2019). Movement responses of common noctule bats to the illuminated urban landscape. Landscape Ecology 35: 189–201.

Menzel A, Hempel S, Davison J, Moora M, Pysek P, Rillig MC, Zobel M, Kühn I. 2018. Widely distributed native and alien plant species differ in arbuscular mycorrhizal associations and related functional trait interactions. Ecography 41(9): 1583-1593.

Menzel A, Hempel S, Klotz S, Moora M, Pyšek P, Rillig MC, Zobel M, Kühn I. 2017. Mycorrhizal status helps explain invasion success of alien plant species. Ecology 98: 92-102.

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