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Dipl.-Biol. Tobias Erik Reiners

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Mein besonderes Interesse gilt der Landschaftsökologie von Säugetieren, insbesondere dem Zusammenhang zwischen Landschaftsfragmentierung, Habitatstrukturen und Populationsdynamik. Durch eine Kombination von GIS-basierten Methoden und landschaftsgenetischen Ansätzen versuche ich in meinen Studien zu klären, welche Ursachen und Hintergründe zu Gefährdung von Säugetieren in unseren Landschaften führen.

 

 

Seit 11/11 Projektmitarbeiter im Fachgebiet Naturschutzgenetik am Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut
01/10-11/11        Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Tierökologie und Spezielle Zoologie der Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen
10/09 Diplomabschluss Note: 1.1 (Sehr gut)
02/09 Zusatzdiplom “Naturschutz” Note: 1,0 (Sehr gut)
02/08-06/08 Teilnahme an Austauschprogramm Hessen/Queensland.
10/04  Student an der Justus Liebig Universität Giessen

 

Wissenschaftliche Arbeiten und Beiträge

 

 (ISI listed)

  1. La Haye MJJ*, Reiners TE*, Raedts R, Verbist V, Koelewijn HP (2017) Genetic monitoring to evaluate reintroduction attempts of a highly endangered rodent. Conservation Genetics, *shared first authorship 
  2. Melosik I, Ziomek J, Winnicka K, Reiners TE, Banaszek A, Mammen K, Mammen U, Marciszak A (2017) The genetic characterization of an isolated remnant population of an endangered rodent (Cricetus cricetus L.) using comparative data: implications for conservation. Conservation Genetics
  3. Reiners TE, Fuchs M, Hailer F, Janke A, Nowak C (2016) Establishing species-specific sexing markers suitable for non-invasive samples of species lacking genomic resources - an example using the highly endangered common hamster Cricetus cricetus. Conservation Genetics Resources
  4. Steyer K, Kraus RHS, Mölich T, Anders O, Cocchiararo B, Frosch C, Geib A, Götz M, Herrmann M, Hupe K, Kohnen A, Krüger M, Müller F, Pir J B, Reiners TE, Roch S, Schade U, Schiefenhövel P, Siemund M, Simon O, Steeb S, Streif S, Streit B, Thein J, Tiesmeyer A, Trinzen M, Vogel B,  Nowak C (2016) Large-scale genetic census of an elusive carnivore, the European wildcat (Felis s. silvestris). Conservation Genetics, 17, 1183–1199
  5. Gottschalk TK, Reiners TE (2015) Forest conversion can help to mitigate impacts of climate change on common forest birds. Annals of Forest Science, 72, 335-348
  6. Reiners TE, Eidenschenk J, Neumann K, Nowak C (2014) Preservation of genetic diversity in a wild and captive population of a rapidly declining mammal, the Common hamster of the French Alsace region. Mammalian Biology-Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, 79, 240-246
  7. Frosch C, Dutsov A, Zlatanova D, Valchev K, Reiners TE, Steyer K , Pfenninger M, Nowak C (2014) Noninvasive genetic assessment of brown bear population structure in Bulgarian mountain regions. Mammalian Biology-Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, 79, 268-276
  8. Encarnação JA, Reiners TE (2012) Mating at summer sites: indications from parentage analysis and roosting behaviour of Daubenton’s bats (Myotis daubentonii). Conservation Genetics, 13, 1161-1165
  9. Reiners TE, Encarnação JA, Wolters V (2011) An optimized hair trap for non-invasive genetic studies of small cryptic mammals. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 57, 991-995

(Peer reviewed-not ISI listed) 

  1. Schäfer F, Reiners TE (accepted - 2017) Long term vs. short term impact of founder relatedness on gene diversity and inbreeding within the European Endangered Species Programme (EEP) of the red panda (Ailurus f. fulgens). Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research
  2. Meinig H, Buschmann A, Reiners TE, Neukirchen M, Balzer S, Petermann R (2014) Der Status des Feldhamsters (Cricetus cricetus) in Deutschland. Natur und Landschaft, 89, 338-343
  3. Köhler U, Geske C, Mammen K, Martens S, Reiners TE, Schreiber R, Weinhold U (2014) Maßnahmen zum Schutz des Feldhamsters (Cricetus cricetus) in Deutschland. Natur und Landschaft, 89, 344-349
  4. Reiners TE, Nowak C (2014) Nicht invasive genetische Untersuchungen  des Feldhamsters und ihr Beitrag zu Erfassung,  Monitoring und Populationsabgrenzung. Natur und Landschaft, 89, 356-363
  5. Nowak C, Frosch C, Harms V, Reiners TE, Steyer K, Tiesmeyer A, Wertheimer J (2014) Genetische Erfassung ausgewählter Säugetiere in Deutschland – hochsensitive DNA-Analytik im Dienste des Artenschutzes. Säugetierkundliche Informationen, 9, 331-339
  6. Reiners TE, Becker NI, Encarnação JA (2014) Verbreitung der Bechsteinfledermaus in Hessen. Ergebnisse einer GIS-gestützen Habitatanalyse und Modellierung. In: Populationsökologie und Habitatansprüche der Bechsteinfledermaus Myotis bechsteinii (ed. M. Dietz).
  7. Reiners TE, Nöding J, Encarnação JA (2012) Habitat suitability model for the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) based on high-resolution climatic, landscape and forest inventory data. Peckiana, 8, 87-94
  8. Encarnação JA, Nöding J, Reiners TE, Becker NI (2012) Volunteer survey data improve state-wide species distribution models for the common dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), a species of Habitats Directive relevance. Natur und Landschaft, 87, 208-214
  9. Gottschalk TK, Reiners TE, Ekschmitt K, Sudfeld C (2012): Bird species distribution changes within German Special Protection Areas. In Ellwanger G, Ssymank A, Paulsch C (eds.): Natura 2000 and Climate Change, Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt, 118.
  10. Reiners TE, Gottschalk K, Encarnação JA (2011) Potential versus realized distribution-Habitat suitability modelling for the Common hamster (Cricetus cricetus) in Hesse (Germany). Säugetierkundliche Informationen, 8, 51–61
  11. Reiners TE, Bornmann N, Wolters V, Encarnação JA (2011) Genetic diversity of Common hamster populations (Cricetus cricetus) revealed by non-invasive genetics. Säugetierkundliche Informationen, 8, 99–105
  12. Reiners TE, Encarnação JA, Wolters V (2011) A non-invasive, cost-efficient method for genetic analyses of Common hamster populations (Cricetus cricetus). Säugetierkundliche Informationen, 8, 99–105

Konferenzbeiträge


  1. Reiners TE, La Haye MJJ, Eidenschenk J, Hellwig H, Becker A,  Neumann K, Weinhold U, Nowak C: The rest of a former pest - Genetic consequences of massive range loss and population fragmentation for the  common hamster in Western Europe - Implications from historic, wild, captive and reintroduced populations. 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Heidelberg, 10/2016 - Talk
  2. Reiners TE, La Haye MJJ, Eidenschenk J, Hellwig H, Becker A,  Neumann K, Weinhold U, Nowak C: The rest of a former pest - Genetic monitoring of the highly endangered common hamster Cricetus cricetus in Western Europe -Implications from wild, historic, captive and reintroduced populations. 2nd Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics From Research to Applications, Göttingen, 10/2016 - Talk
  3. Reiners TE, Kasperkiewicz A, Cocchiararo B, Nowak C, Middelhoff L, Anders O: Genetic consequences of population growth and range expansion after reintroduction- The case of reintroduced Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) in the Harz National Park (Germany). 2nd Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics From Research to Applications, Göttingen, 10/2016 - Poster
  4. Sauerbrei R, Reiners TE, Früh-Müller A, Wolters V, Diehl E: Evidence-based conservation: A database on habitat requirements of endangered vertebrates in Hesse (Germany). 45. Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria & Switzerland, Göttingen, Germany, 09/2016 – Poster
  5. Schäfer F, Reiners TE, Weerman J, Glatston A: An Unknown Legacy: Founder relationship within the European Red Panda Population. EAZA Conservation Forum 2016, Fuengirola, Spain, 05/2016 – Poster
  6. Reiners TE: Is there a conflict between conservationists and researchers? – A response to Monecke 2014. 22rd Annual Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Olomouc, 11/2015 – Talk
  7. Reiners TE, Petrová I, Bendová M, Tkadlec E: Ten years of genetic sampling of Common hamsters in Olomouc: insights from DNA. 22rd Annual Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Olomouc, 11/2015 - Talk
  8. Reiners TE, Steyer K, Frosch C, Wertheimer J, Nowak C: Evaluation of reintroduction success using non-invasive genetic monitoring. 1st Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics – Science and Practice, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 01/2015 – Talk
  9. Nowak C, Harms V, Reiners TE, Steyer K, Tiesmeyer A: Noninvasive genetic monitoring of endangered large carnivores in Germany. 1st Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics – Science and Practice, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 01/2015 - Poster
  10. Tiesmeyer A, Steyer K, Reiners TE, Mölich T, Vogel B, Nowak C: Standardized large-scale genetic wildcat census in Germany. 1st Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics – Science and Practice, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, 01/2015 – Poster
  11. Reiners TE, Weinhold U, La Haye MJJ, Eidenschenk J: Genetic insights into conservation breeding of the Common hamster in Germany, the Netherlands. 21st Annual Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Frankfurt & Gelnhausen, Germany, 11/2014 - Talk
  12. Maclean R, Reiners TE, Gilchrist J: Spatially explicit analysis of the effects of Crop type and Crop rotation on the viability of an isolated endangered Common hamster (Cricetus cricetus) population. 21st Annual Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Frankfurt & Gelnhausen, Germany, 11/2014 - Poster
  13. Albert M, Kourkgy C, Reiners TE, Eidenschenck J: Detection of Common hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) surface activity using wildlife camera traps. 21st Annual Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Frankfurt & Gelnhausen, Germany, 11/2014 - Poster
  14. Schleenbecker MT, Reiners TE: Estimation of population size of the Common hamster (Cricetus cricetus) using non-invasive genetic monitoring. 21st Annual Meeting of the Internatonal hamster workgroup, 10/2014 - Poster
  15. Schleenbecker MT, Nowak C, Reiners TE: Genetic monitoring of an isolated population of a rapidly declining mammal, the Common Hamster. 88th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Mammalian Biology, Giessen, Germany, 09/2014 - Poster
  16. Albert M, Reiners TE: Reproductive success of wild female Common hamster (Cricetus cricetus) in Hesse (Germany). 20th Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Poznan, 11/2013 – Poster
  17. Reiners TE, La Haye MJJ, Eidenschenk J, Weinhold U, Neumann K, Nowak C: Loss and preservation of genetic diversity in rapidly declining populations of the common hamster, Cricetus cricetus. 9th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife, Berlin, 09/2013 - Poster
  18. Reiners TE, La Haye MJJ, Neumann K, Nowak C: Saving the genetic heritage of Common hamsters Cricetus cricetus in Western Europe. 19th Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Herkenrode Abbey , Belgium, 11/2012 - Talk
  19. Mundorf A, Reiners TE, Nowak C, Steyer K: Wildcats and highways—Estimating barrier effects with citizen science. 86th Annual Conference of the German Society of Mammalogy (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Säugetierkunde e.V.) Frankfurt a.M., Germany, 08/2012 - Poster
  20. Reiners TE, Becker NI, Encarnação JA: Verbreitung der Bechsteinfledermaus in Hessen. Ergebnisse einer GIS-gestützen Habitatanalyse und Modellierung. Populationsökologie und Habitatansprüche der Bechsteinfledermaus Myotis bechsteinii, Bad Nauheim, 01/2012 - Poster
  21. Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: Impact of climate and agriculture on persistence of common hamsters in central Germany. 18th Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Strasbourg, 10/2011 - Talk
  22. Albert M, Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: Distribution of Common hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) in relation to landscape scale crop composition in Hesse (Central Germany). 18th Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, Gödollo, 10/2011 - Talk
  23. Nöding J, Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: Surveying dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) with nest-tubes on large spatial scale with the aid of habitat suitability models and forest inventory data. 8th International Dormouse Conference, Görlitz, 09/2011 - Talk
  24. Reiners TE, Nöding J, Encarnação JA: State-wide species distribution model for the Common Dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) based on governmental and data of the “Great Nut Hunt” in combination with climatic, landscape and forest inventory data. 8th International Dormouse Conference, Görlitz, 09/2011 - Talk
  25. Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: Modeling distribution of endangered mammals to assist research and conservation. 8th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife, Berlin, 09/2011 - Talk
  26. Pfeifer DB, Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: GIS-based analysis and spatial modeling of roost-site selection by Daubenton’s bats (Myotis daubentonii). 40th Anniversary Conference of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, 08/2010 - Poster
  27. Richter M, Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: Habitat-dependent diversity and community structure of forest inhabiting dwelling bats and small mammals. 40th Anniversary Conference of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 08/2010 - Talk
  28. Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: Habitat distribution models as instruments for effective conservation efforts. 40th Anniversary Conference of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, 08/2010 - Talk
  29. Reiners TE, Encarnação JA: Potential versus realized distribution - Habitat suitability modeling for the common hamster in Central Germany. 17th Meeting of the International Hamster Workgroup, 08/2010 - Talk
  30. Reiners TE, Encarnação JA, Wolters V: Genetic diversity of common hamster populations revealed by non-invasive genetics. 40th Anniversary Conference of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, 01/2010 –Poster
  31. Reiners TE, Gottschalk TK, Diekötter T, Wolters V: How to model species distribution with inconsistent presence only data? 39th Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria, 09/2009 - Poster   
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