Tiere

Personen

Prof. Dr. Jana Eccard: Nahrungssuche &Verhalten von Tieren, BioMove, Invasionsbiologie, Persönlichkeit von Tieren, Urbanisierung, von Nagetieren übertragene Krankheiten

Prof. Dr. Monika Hilker: Pathogen- und Fraßabwehr von Pflanzen und Tieren

Prof. Dr. Heribert Hofer: Säugetiere (besonders Raubtiere), Pathogene, Landnutzungskonflikte im Naturschutz, Tüpfelhyänen, nichtinvasive Techniken, Populationsanpassung in sich verändernder Welt und mehr

Prof. Dr. Florian Jeltsch: Modellierung, Trockengebiete, Dynamik von Artengemeinschaften, Auswirkung von Landnutzungsveränderung und globalem Wandel (Pflanzen & Tiere)

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, Pflanzen, Invasionsbiologie, Ökologie biologischer Invasion, Naturschutz, Vegetationsökologie

Prof. Dr. Stephanie Kramer-Schadt: Tiere (insbesondere Säugetiere und Vögel), Klima, Modellierung und Konzepte in Naturschutz und Landschaftsökologie, Raumökologie, Bewegungsökologie, Wirt-Pathogen-Dynamiken, Populationsdynamiken

Prof. Dr. Johannes Müller: Paläontologie, Evolution der Landwirbeltieren und mehr

PD Dr. Mark-Oliver Rödel: Herpetologie – Systematik und Biodiversitätsforschung, Methoden- Morphologie/Anatomie, Genetik, Bioakustik, empirische und experimentelle Labor- und Freilandmethoden

Veröffentlichungen

Buchholz, S. & Egerer, M. H. (2020). Functional ecology of wild bees in cities: towards a better understanding of trait-urbanization relationships. Biodiversity & Conservation 29(9-10), 2779-2801.

Buchholz, S., Gathof, A. K., Grossmann, A. J., Kowarik, I., & Fischer, L. K. (2020). Wild bees in urban grasslands: Urbanisation, functional diversity and species traits. Landscape and Urban Planning 196, 103731.

Dammhahn, M.*, Mazza, V.*, Schirmer, A., Göttsche, C. & Eccard, J.A. (2020) Of city and village mice: behavioural adjustments of striped-field mice to urban environments. Scientific Reports 10: 13056. *Authors contributed equally to the manuscript.

Egerer, M., & Kowarik, I. (2020). Confronting the Modern Gordian Knot of Urban Beekeeping. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Keinath, S., Frisch, J., Müller, J., Mayer, F., & Rödel, M.-O. (2020). Spatio-temporal color differences between urban and rural populations of a ground beetle during the last 100 years. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution – Urban Ecology, Vol. 7, Art. 525.

Linzmaier, S., Musseau, C., Matern, S., & Jeschke, J. M. (2020). Trophic ecology of invasive marbled and spiny-cheek crayfish populations. Biological Invasions.

Mazza, V.*, Dammhahn, M.*, Lösche, E. & Eccard, J.A. (2020) Small mammals in the big city: behavioural adjustments of non-commensal rodents to urban environments. Global Change Biology, published online. *Authors contributed equally to the manuscript.

Niemeier, S., Müller, J., Struck, U. & Rödel, M.-O. (2020) Superfrogs in the city: 150-year impact of urbanization and agriculture on the European Common Frog. Global Change Biology (in press).

Planillo, A., Kramer-Schadt, S., Buchholz, S., Gras, P., vd Lippe, M., Radchuk, V. 2020. (accepted). Arthropod abundance modulates bird community responses to urbanization. DIV DISTR.

Richter, A., Emmrich, M., Geibler, J. von, Hecker, S., Kiefer, S., Klan, F., Steuer Scholz, C., Firozpoor J., Kramer‐Schadt, S., Gras, P., Schulze, C., Kimmig, S.E., Voigt, C.C., Ortmann, S. (2020) Individual dietary specialization in a generalistic predator: a stable isotope analysis of urban and rural red foxes. ECOL EVOL 00: 1– 16.

Voigt, C. C., Scholl, J. M., Bauer, J., Teige. T., Yovel, Y., Kramer-Schadt, S., Gras, P. (2020). Movement responses of common noctule bats to the illuminated urban landscape. Landscape Ecology 35:189–201.

V.d. Lippe, M., Buchholz, S., Hiller, A., Seitz, B., Kowarik, I. 2020. CityScapeLab Berlin: A research platform for untangling urbanization effects on biodiversity. Sustainability 12(6): 2565.

Barthel, L. M. F., Hofer, H., & Berger, A. 2019. An easy, flexible solution to attach devices to hedgehogs ( Erinaceus europaeus ) enables long-term high-resolution studies. Ecology and Evolution 9(1): 672–679.

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

Curto M, Winter S, Seiter A, Schmid L, Scheicher K, Barthel LMF, Plass J, Meimberg H. 2019. Application of a SSR_GBS marker system on investigation of European Hedgehog species and their zone dynamics. Ecology and Evolution 9(5): 2814–2832

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.

Musseau, C., Vincenzi, S., Santoul, F., Boulêtreau, S., Jesenšek, D., & Crivelli, A. (2019). Within‐individual trophic variability drives short‐term intraspecific trait variation in natural populations. Journal of Animal Ecology 1365-2656.1314

Niemeier, S., Müller, J., & Rödel, M. (2019). Fluctuating asymmetry – Appearances are deceptive. Comparison of methods for assessing developmental instability in european common frogs (Rana temporaria).Salamandra, 55(1): 14-26.

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.

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.

Barthel L, Hofer H, Berger A. 2018. An easy, flexible solution to attach devices to hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus) enables long-term high-resolution studies. Ecology and Evolution 9.

Buchholz S, Hannig K, Möller M, Schirmel J. 2018. Reducing management intensity and isolation as promising tools to enhance ground-dwelling arthropod diversity in urban grasslands. Urban Ecosystems 21: 1139–1149

Gras P, Knuth S, Börner K, Marescot L, Benhaiem S, Aue A, Wittstatt U, Kleinschmit B, Kramer-Schadt S. 2018. Landscape structures affect risk of canine distemper in urban wildlife. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6:136.

Eckert S, Möller M, Buchholz S. 2017. Grasshopper diversity of urban wastelands is primarily boosted by habitat factors. Insect Diversity and Conservation 10: 248-257.

Stillfried M, Fickel J, Börner K, Wittstatt U, Heddergott M, Ortmann S, Kramer‐Schadt S, Frantz AC. 2017a. Do cities represent sources, sinks or isolated islands for urban wild boar population structure? Journal of Applied Ecology 54: 272-281.

Stillfried M, Gras P, Busch M, Börner K, Kramer-Schadt S, Ortmann S. 2017a. Wild inside: Urban wild boar select natural, not anthropogenic food resources. PLoS ONE 12: e0175127.

Stillfried M, Gras P, Börner K, Göritz F, Painer J, Röllig K, Wenzler M, Hofer H, Ortmann S, Kramer-Schadt S. 2017b. Secrets of Success in a Landscape of Fear: Urban wild boar adjust risk perception and tolerate disturbance. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5:1 57.

Fischer LK, Eichfeld J, Kowarik I, Buchholz S. 2016. Disentangling urban habitat and matrix effects on wild bee species. PeerJ 4:e2729.

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