Organe und Gremien

Wissenschaftsausschuss


Der Wissenschaftsausschuss (WA) hat die Aufgabe, das Direktorium in allen wissenschaftlichen Bereichen der Gesellschaft zu beraten und zu unterstützen.

Der WA besteht aus neun Wahlmitgliedern sowie den Instituts- bzw. Standortleitungen und den Sprecher*innen der Programmbereiche Forschung, Wissenschaft & Gesellschaft und Forschungsinfrastruktur sowie der Forschungsbereiche.

Als kooptierte Mitglieder ohne Stimmrecht sind die Leiterin des Stabs Wissenschaftskoordination, ein*e Sprecher*in der Young Scientists, die Leitung des Stabes Kommunikation sowie die Leitung des LOEWE-TBG im WA vertreten.
Als Gäste nehmen darüber hinaus die Direktoriumsmitglieder an den Sitzungen teil.

Aktuelle Wahlperiode: 1.1.2021-31.12.2024

Wahlmitglieder

Dr. Christiane Ritz
PD Dr. Christiane Ritz
1. Vorsitz

2020
Habilitation „Polyploidy and hybridization in the genus Rosa L. (Rosaceae).“ TU Dresden.

seit 2010
Sektionsleiterin Phanerogamen II; Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz

2009 – 2010
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin in der Abteilung Spezielle Botanik, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Deutschland

2005
Promotion:
Evolution von Hundsrosen (Rosa L. sect. Caninae (DC.) Ser., Institut für Spezielle Botanik, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Deutschland

2002-2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Spezielle Botanik, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Deutschland 

2002
Diplom in Biologie: Molecular, morphological and anatomical investigations on the phylogeny of the Meleuphorbia-complex of the genus Euphorbia L., Institut für Spezielle Botanik, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Deutschland

1996 – 2002
Biologiestudium (Botanik, Genetik, Bodenkunde), TU Dresden      

2021

Khurelpurev, O., Herklotz, V., Harpke, D., Batlai, O., Wesche, K., Ritz, C.M. (2021) Contrasting effects of local environment and grazing pressure on genetic diversity and structure of Artemisia frigida. Conservation Genetics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10592-021-01375-w.

Shukherdorj Baasanmunkh, Batlai Oyuntsetseg, Chuluunkhuyag Oyundari, Khurelpurev Oyundelger, Magsar Urgamal, Davaajav Darikhand, Nergui Soninkhishig, Dashzeveg Nyambayar, Khurelbaatar Khaliunaa, Zagarjav Tsegmed, Kechaykin, A. A., Shmakov, A. I., Erst, A. S., Friesen, N., Ritz, C. M., Wesche, K., Hyeok Jae Choi. (2021) The vascular plant diversity of Dzungarian Gobi in western Mongolia, with an annotated checklist. – Phytotaxa 501: 1-55.

Lorenz, J., Heinrich, R., Schneider, A., Schwager, M., Herklotz, V., Wesche, K., Ritz, C.M. (2021) Invasive populations of Spiraea tomentosa (Rosaceae) are genetically diverse but shrinking under increasing canopy cover. Plant Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/plb.13275

Vozárová, R., Herklotz, V., Kovařík, A., Tynkevich, Y.O., Volkov, R. A., Ritz, C.M., Lunerová. J. (2021) Ancient origin of two 5S rDNA families dominating in the genus Rosa and their behaviour in the canina-type meiosis. Frontiers in Plant Sciences 12: Article 643548.

Buschmann, S., Schriefer, J., Bölke, N., Herklotz, V., Neinhuis, C., Olbricht, K., Ritz, C.M. (2021). Origin, structure and genetic diversity of synanthropic populations of Fragaria moschata in Germany. Flora 275: 151762.

2020

Khurelpurev, O., Ritz, C.M., Oyunbileg, M., Lang, B., Ahlborn, J., Oyuntsetseg, B., Römermann, C., Wesche, K. (2020) Climate and land use affect genetic structure of Stipa glareosa P. A. Smirn. in Mongolia. Flora 266: 151572.

Buschmann, S., Olbricht, K., Ritz, C.M. (2020) Fragaria moschata – Geschlechterverhältnisse in natürlichen und synanthropen Populationen. Kochia 13: 23-36.

Lunerová, J, Herklotz, V., Laudien, M., Vozárová, R., Groth, M., Kovařík, A., Ritz, C.M. (2020) Asymmetrical canina meiosis is accompanied by the expansion of a pericentromeric satellite in non-recombining univalent chromosomes in the genus Rosa. Annals of Botany 125 (7): 1025-1038. doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcaa028
 
2019

Ritz, C.M., Reise, H., Buschmann, S., Ritz, M.S. (2019) Senckenberg Nature Scouts – eine Nachwuchsforschergruppe des Naturkundemuseums Görlitz. In: Heranbildung von Artenkennern – Erfahrungen von drei Generationen. Sächsische Landesstiftung Natur und Umwelt.

Dressler, S., Ritz, C.M., Wesche, K. (2019). Vom Kräuterbuch zum Informationsknoten – die heimische Flora in Forschung und Anwendung. In: Mosbrugger, V. [Hrsg.]: Senckenberg 2018: 30-33. Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, Frankfurt am Main

Loots, S., Nybom, H., Schwager, M., Sehic, J., Ritz, C.M. (2019) Genetic variation among and within Lithops species in Namibia. Plant Systematics and Evolution. 305(10): 385-399.
 
Franke, R. Gebauer, P., Ritz, C.M., Wesche, K. (2019) Zum 70. Geburtstag von Dr. Friedrich Wilhelm Sander. Berichte der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft der Oberlausitz 27: 225-226.
 
Loots, S., Ritz, C.M., Schwager, M., Sehic, J., Herklotz, V., Garkava-Gustavsson, L. (2019) Distribution, habitat profile and genetic variability of Namibian succulent Lithops ruschiorum, Bothalia 49 (1), a2408. https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v49i1.2408

Choi, H.-J., Sh, B., Nyam-Osor, B., Ritz, C.M., Chung, G.Y., Jo, H.J., Kim, j.Y., Wesche, K., Khurelbaatar, K., Batlai, O., Shiga, T. (2019) Contribution to the knowledge on the flora of Numrug Strictly Protected Area and some parts of East Mongolia. Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity. 12: 284-301

2018
 
Ritz, C.M. (2018) Polyploidy and hybridization in the genus Rosa L. (Rosaceae). Habilitation Thesis. TU Dresden, School of Science.
Müller, F., Ritz, C.M., Welk, E., Wesche K. (2018) Kommentare und Ergänzungen zur Neubearbeitung der 22. Auflage der Rothmaler Exkursionsflora von Deutschland Grundband 2019: Eine Vorbemerkung. Schlechtendalia 34:45.

Dressler, S., Ritz, C.M., Wesenberg, J., Wesche, K. (2018) Pflanzen digital – das virtuelle Herbarium Senckenbergianum wächst. Natur Forschung Museum 148 (4-6): 87-89.
Seifert, B., Schultz, R. Ritz, M.S, Ritz C.M. (2018) Cryptic species of the Myrmica tibetana complex(Hymenoptera: Formicidae) revealed by multi-source integrative taxonomy. Myrmecological News:27: 93-110.

Herklotz, V., Kovařík, A.; Lunerová, J. Lippitsch, S., Groth, M., Ritz, C.M. (2018) The fate of ribosomal RNA genes in spontaneous polyploid dogrose hybrids (Rosa L. sect. Caninae (DC.) Ser.) exhibiting non-symmetrical meiosis. Plant Journal 91 (1): 77-90.

2017

Ritz, C.M. (2017) Rosa L. in: Schmidt, P.A. & Schulz, B. (eds.) Fitschen Gehölzflora. 13th ed. Quelle & Meyer, Wiebelsheim

Wesche, K., Beck, A. Ritz, C.M. (2017) Riesengebirge: Mitteleuropas nördlichster Hochgebirgskamm. Tuexenia Beiheft Nr. 10: 95-112.

Ritz, C. M., Wünsche, A. E. (2017) Basaltkuppen in der östlichen Oberlausitz. Tuexenia Beiheft Nr. 10: 49-66.

Herklotz, V., Mieder, N. Ritz, C. M. (2017) Cytological, genetic and morphological variation in mixed stands of dogroses (Rosa sect. Caninae, Rosaceae) in Germany with a focus on the hybridogenic R. micrantha. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 184: 254-271.
 
Dressler, S., Gregor, T., Hellwig, F.H., Korsch, H., Wesche, K., Wesenberg, J. Ritz, C.M. (2017) Comprehensive  and reliable: a new online portal of critical plant taxa in Germany. Pl. Syst. Evol. 303(8):1109-1113.
 
Lesemann, S. S., Bölke, N., Tejeda-Fernandez, C. E., Gerischer, U., Buschmann, S., Herklotz, V., Neinhuis, C., Ritz, C. M., Olbricht, K. (2017) Fruit diversity in a natural European habitat of Fragaria moschata Weston. Acta Hort. 1156 ISHS: 215-222.
 
Jäger, E. J., Müller, F., Ritz, C.M., Welk, E., Wesche, K. (2017) Rothmaler Exkursionsflora von Deutschland. Gefäßpflanzen:Atlasband. 13th ed. Springer Spektrum, Heidelberg.
 
Herklotz, V., Ritz, C. M. (2017) Multiple and asymmetric origin of polyploid dogrose hybrids (Rosa L. sect. Caninae (DC.) Ser.) involving unreduced gametes. Ann. Bot. 120(2):209-220.

2016
 
Müller, F., Ritz, C.M., Welk, E., Wesche, K. (2016). Rothmaler Exkursionsflora von Deutschland. Kritischer Ergänzungsband. 11th ed. Springer Spektrum, Heidelberg.
 
Wesche, K., Otte, V., Boyle, H., Damm, U., Gebauer, P., Ritz, C.M., Wesenberg, J. (2016). Die botanisch-mykologischen Sammlungen in Görlitz – zentrale Anlaufstellen für die haupt-und ehrenamtliche Pflanzen- und Pilzkunde in der Oberslausitz. Ber. Naturf. Ges. Oberlausitz 24: 37-50.
 
Ritz, C. M., Fickenscher, K., Föller, J., Herrmann, K., Mecklenburg, R. Wahl, R. (2016) Molecular phylogenetic relationships, a new classification and a morphological identification key of the Andean genus Aylostera Speg. (Cactaceae, Trichocereeae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 302: 763-780.
 
Reichel, K., Richter, F., Eichel, L., Kącki, Z., Wesche, K., Welk, E., Neinhuis, C., Ritz, C.M. (2016) Genetic diversity in the locally declining Laserpitium prutenicum L. and the more common Selinum carvifolia (L.) L. – a “silent goodbye”? Conserv. Genet. 17 (4):847-860.
 
Kadereit, J. W., Albach, D. C., Ehrendorfer, F., Galbany-Casals, M., Garcia-Jacas, N., Gehrke, B., Kadereit, G., Kilian, N., Klein, J. T., Koch, M. A., Kropf, M., Oberprieler, C., Pirie, M. D., Ritz, C. M., Röder, M., Spalik, K., Susanna, A., Weigend, M., Welk, E., Wesche, K., Zhang, L.-B., Dillenberger, M. S. (2016) Generic circumscriptions in the German flora. Willdenowia 46 (1): 39-91.

2015

Vogt, J. C., Herklotz, V. Ritz, C. M. (2015). Epigenetic patterns in genetically imbalanced polyploid dogrose hybrids (Rosa L. sect. Caninae (DC.) Ser.) revealed by cDNA-AFLPs and MSAPs. Int. J. Pl. Sci. 176:433-445.

Dressler, S., Gregor, T., Korsch, H., Wesche, K., Wesenberg, J. & Ritz, C. M. (2015 ff.) Bestimmungskritische Taxa der deutschen Flora. Herbarium Senckenbergianum Frankfurt/Main, Görlitz & Herbarium Haussknecht Jena. [online] http://webapp.senckenberg.de/bestikri

2014

Herklotz, V., Ritz, C. M. (2014) Spontane Hybridisierung von Hundsrosen (Rosa L. sect. Caninae (DC). Ser.) an einem natürlichen Vorkommen in der Oberlausitz (Sachsen, Deutschland). Peckiana 9: 119-131.

Ritz, C.M., Hunt, D. 2014 Further observations on the Andean Opuntioideae. Succ. Plant Res. 8: 119-138

Kellner, A., Ritz, C. M., Wissemann, V. (2014) Low genetic and morphological differentiation in the European species complex of Rosa sherardii, R. mollis and R. villosa (Rosa, sect. Caninae, subsect. Vestitae). Bot J. Linn. Soc. 174: 240-256.

2013

Dressler, S., Gregor, T., Otte, V., Paule, J., Ritz, C. M., Wesche, K., Wesenberg, J. (2013) Forschungen zur heimischen Flora. Senckenberg – Natur, Forschung, Museum 143 (7/8): 254-255.
Jäger, E.J., Müller, F., Ritz, C. M., Welk, E. & Wesche, K. (2013) Rothmaler – Exkursionsflora von Deutschland. Gefäßpflanzen: Atlasband, 12 edn. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg.

2012

Kellner, A., Ritz, C. M., Wissemann, V. (2012) Hybridisation by invasive Rosa rugosa Thunb. threatens the genetic integrity of native R. mollis Sm. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 170: 472-484.

Ritz, C. M., Reiker, J., Charles, G., Hoxey, P., Hunt, D. R., Lowry, M., Stuppy, W., Taylor, N. (2012) Molecular phylogeny and character evolution in terete-stemmed Andean opuntias (Cactaceae − Opuntioideae). Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 65: 668-681.

Kellner, A., Benner, M., Walther, H., Kunzmann, L., Wissemann, V., Ritz, C. M. (2012) Leaf architecture of extant species of Rosa L. and the Paleogene species Rosa lignitum Heer (Rosaceae). Int. J. Plant. Sci. 173 (3) 239-250.
 
2011
 
Hirsch, H., Zimmermann, H., Renison, D., Ritz, C. M., Wissemann, V., Wesche, K., Welk, E. & Hensen, I. (2011) Tracking the European origin of the Rosa rubiginosa L. (Rosaceae) invasion in Argentina. Int. J. Plant Sci. 172 (4): 530-540.
 
Ritz, C. M., Köhnen, I., Groth, M., Theißen. G, Wissemann, V. (2011) To be or not to be the odd one out – Allele-specific transcription in pentaploid dogroses (Rosa L. sect. Caninae (DC.) Ser). BMC Plant Biol. 11: 37.

Ritz, C. M., Wissemann, V. (2011) Microsatellite analyses of artificial and spontaneous dogrose hybrids reveal the hybridogenic origin of Rosa micrantha by the contribution of unreduced gametes. J. Hered. 102 (2): 217-227.
 
Kellner, A. Ritz, C. M., Schlittenhardt, P. and Hellwig, F. H. (2011) Genetic differentiation in the genus Lithops L. (Ruschioideae, Aizoaceae) reveals a high level of convergent evolution and reflects geographic distribution. Plant Biol. 13 (2): 368-380.
 
2010
 
Kohnen, A., Brandl R., Fricke, R., Gallenmüller, F., Klinge, K., Köhnen, I., Maier, W., Oberwinkler, F., Ritz, C. M., Speck, T., Theissen, G., Tscharntke, T., Vaupel, A. & Wissemann, V. (2010) Radiation, biological diversity and host-parasite interactions in wildroses, rust fungi and insects. In Glaubrecht, M. (ed.) Evolution in action. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Zimmermann, H., Ritz, C. M., Hirsch, H., Renison, D., Wesche, K., Hensen, I. (2010) Highly reduced genetic diversity of Rosa rubiginosa L. populations in the invasive range. Int. J. Plant Sci. 171 (4): 435-446.

Zimmermann, N. F. A., Ritz, C. M. & Hellwig, F. H. (2010) Further support for the phylogenetic relationships within Euphorbia L. (Euphorbiaceae) from nrITS and trnL-trnF IGS sequence data. Plant Syst. Evol. 286: 39-58.
 
2009
 
Uhlemann, I., Ritz, C. M., Peňailillo, P. (2009) Relationships in Taraxacum section Artica s.l. (Asteraceae, Chichorieae) and allies based on nrITS. Feddes Repertorium 120 (1-2): 35-47.
 
2008
 
Koopman, W. J. M., Wissemann, V., Cock, de K., Van Huylenbroeck, van, J. Riek, de J., Sabatino, G. J. H.,Visser, D.,Vosman, B., Ritz, C. M., Maes, B., Werlemark, G., Nybom, H., Debener, T., Linde, M., Smulders M. J. M. (2008) AFLP markers as a tool to reconstruct complex relationships: A case study in Rosa (Rosaceae) Am. J. Bot. 95: 353-366.
 
2007
 
Ritz, C. M., Martins, L. Mecklenburg, R., Goremykin, V., Hellwig, F. H. (2007) The molecular phylogeny of Rebutia (Cactaceae) and its allies demonstrates the influence of paleogeography on the evolution of South American mountain cacti. Am. J. Bot. 94 (8):1321-1332.

Wissemann, V. & Ritz, C. M. (2007) Patterns and processes in the genus Rosa (Rosaceae) and their implications for host-parasite co-evolution. Plant Syst. Evol. 266 (1-2) 79-89.
 
2006
 
Wissemann, V., Gallenmueller, F., Ritz, C. M., Steinbrecher, T. & Speck, T. (2006) Inheritance of growth form and mechanical characters in reciprocal polyploid hybrids of Rosa section Caninae– implications for the ecological niche differentiation and radiation process of hybrid offspring. Trees –Structure and Function 20 (3): 340-347.
 
2005

Ritz, C. M., Maier, W. F. A., Oberwinkler, F. & Wissemann, V. (2005) Different evolutionary histories of two Phragmidium species infecting the same dogrose hosts. Mycol. Res. 109 (5) 603-609.

Ritz, C. M., Schmuths H. & Wissemann, V. (2005) Evolution by reticulation: European dogroses originated by multiple hybridization across the genus Rosa J. Hered. 96 (1): 4-14.

Wissemann, V. & Ritz, C. M. (2005) The genus Rosa (Rosoideae, Rosaceae) revisited: molecular analysis of nrITS-1 and atpB-rbcL intergenic spacer (IGS) versus conventional taxonomy. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 147: 275-290.
 
2003
 
Ritz, C. M. & Wissemann, V. (2003) Male correlated non-matroclinal character inheritance in reciprocal hybrids of Rosa section Caninae (DC) Ser. (Rosaceae). Plant Syst. Evol. 241 (3-4): 213-221.
 
Ritz, C. M., Zimmermann, N. F. A. & Hellwig, F. H. (2003) Phylogeny of subsect. Meleuphorbia (A.Berger) Pax & Hoffm. (Euphorbia L.) reflects the climatic regime in South Africa. Plant Syst. Evol. 241 (3-4): 245-259

Ritz, C. M. & Wissemann, V. (2003) The evolution of diversity in Rosa L., section Caninae (DC) Ser. Rosaceae. In: 16. Symposium Biodiversität und Evolutionsbiologie. 17. Senckenbergkolloquium, Frankfurt. (Abstract)

Ritz, C. M., Köhnen, I., Groth, M., Theißen. G, Wissemann, V. (2011) Allele-specific transcription in pentaploid dogroses. In: Biosytematics 2011, Berlin, Germany (Abstract)

Jäger, E., Müller, F., Welk, E., Wesche, K., Ritz, C. M. (2010) Neuigkeiten zur Rothmaler Exkursionsflora von Deutschland. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft zur Erforschung der Flora von Deutschland e. V., Hannover.

Ritz, C. M. (2009) Die hybridogene Entstehung von Rosa micrantha. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft zur Erforschung der Flora von Deutschland e. V., Jena

Ritz, C. M. (2009) CintiaSulcorebutiaWeingartia: Spiny morphology and thorny genetics. In: 8th IOS Congress, Bonn (Abstract)

Ritz, C. M., Köhnen I., Theißen, G. & Wissemann, V. (2007) Allelic differentiation of two single copy genes in pentaploid roses. In: Botanikertagung der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft. Hamburg, (Abstract)

Wissemann, V. & Ritz, C. M. (2005) Hybridization as an evolutionary factor in Rosoideae with a focus on Rosa. In: XVII. International Botanical Congress. Vienna, Austria. (Abstract)

Ritz, C. M. & Wissemann, V. (2003) The evolution of diversity in Rosa L., section Caninae (DC) Ser. Rosaceae. In: 16. Symposium Biodiversität und Evolutionsbiologie. 17. Senckenbergkolloquium, Frankfurt. (Abstract)
 
Deutschsprachige Publikationen

Ritz, C. M., Mecklenburg, R. (2008) Die Phylogenie von Rebutia und ihren Verwandten spiegelt die geologische Geschichte Südamerikas wider. Kakteen und andere Sukkulenten 6: 157-170.

Ritz, C. M. & Zimmermann, N. (2004) Die Phylogenie der Subsektion Meleuphorbia (A. Berger) Pax & Hofmann (Euphorbia Linné). Kakteen und andere Sukkulenten 12 (55): 350-358.

Scholz, C. & Uhlemann, I. (2001) Leucanthemum ircutianum DC. und Leucanthemum vulgare Lam. in Sachsen Anhalt. Mitt. Flor. Kart. Sachsen-Anhalt 6: 43-48

Scholz, C. & Uhlemann, I. (2001) Leucanthemum ircutianum DC. in Brandenburg und Sachsen. Ber. Arbeitsgem. sächs. Bot., Neue Folge. 18: 79-84

Drechsler, N., Scholz, C. & Uhlemann, I. (2000) Vergleichende Untersuchungen mikromorphologischer Blattmerkmale bei Eragrostis albensis und E. pilosa (Poaceae). Verh. Bot. Ver. Berlin Brandenburg. 133: 307-312
 
 

Dr.  Lutz Kunzmann
2. Vorsitz

since 2011
Editor-in-chief Palaeontographica Abteilung B – Palaeobotany

since 2016
Secretary / treasurer International Organisation of Palaeobotany

2008 – 2016
spokesperson Arbeitskreis Paläobotanik/Palynologie der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft e. V.

since 1995
Lecturer Palaeobotany, Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg/Sachsen, Germany

since 1994
Curator and head of section palaeobotany, Senckenberg Naturhistorische Sammlungen Dresden

1999
Dr. rer. nat. (PhD), Humboldt University Berlin, Germany, dissertation thesis: Conifers from the Late Cretaceous and their relics in the European Tertiary.

1994
Diploma Geology/Palaeontology, Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg/Sachsen, Germany

2021

Roth-Nebelsick, A., Grein, M., Traiser, C., Kunzmann, L., Kvacek, J., Wypich, J., Eder. J. (2021). Taxon-specific variability of leaf traits in three long-ranging fossil-taxa of the Paleogene and Neogene: responses to climate? – Palaeontologia Electronica 24.1.04.
https://doi.org/10.26879/1114.

Hutchinson, D. K., Coxall, H. K., Lunt, D. J., Steinthorsdottir, M., DeBoer, A. M., Baatsen, M., von der Heydt, A., Huber, M., Kennedy-Asser, A. T., Kunzmann, L., Ladant, J.-P., Lear, C. H., Moraweck, K., Pearson, P. N., Piga, E., Pound, M. J., Salzmann, U., Scher, H. D., Sijp, W. P., Śliwińska, K. K., Wilson, P. A., Zhang, Z. S. (2021). The Eocene-Oligocene transition: a review of marine and terrestrial proxy data, models and model-data comparisons. – Climate of the Past 17: 269–315. https://doi.org/10.5194/cp-17-269-2021.

2020

Batista, M. E. P., Kunzmann, L., Sa, A. A., Saraiva, A. A. F., Loiola, M. I. B. (2020). A new species of Brachyphyllum from the Crato Formation (Lower Cretaceous) Araripe Basin, Brazil. – Ameghiniana 57 (6): 519–533.

Toumoulin, A., Kunzmann, L., Moraweck; K., Sack, L. (2020). Reconstructing leaf area from fragments: testing three methods using a fossil Paleogene species. – American Journal of Botany, 107 (12): 1786–1797. https://doi.org/10.1111/AJB2.1574

Haug, C. et al. … Kunzmann, L. … (2020). Comment on the letter of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP) dated April 21, 2020 regarding “Fossils from conflict zones and reproducibility of fossil‑based scientific data”: the importance of private collections. – PaLZ 94: 413–429. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12542-020-00522-x

Noll, R., Kunzmann, L. (2020). Diversity in fossil Araucaria Juss.: new species from the Middle Jurassic Jaramillo Petrified Forests in Santa Cruz province, Argentina. – Palaeontographica B 301 (1–3): 3–75. http://doi.org/10.1127/palb/2020/0070

Seyfullah, L. J., Roberts, E. A., Schmidt, A. R., Ragazzi, E., Anderson, K. B., do Nascimento Jr., D. R., da Silva Filho, W. F., Kunzmann, L. (2020). Revealing the diversity of amber source plants from the Early Cretaceous Crato Formation, Brazil. M – BMC Evol. Biol. 20, 107. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-020-01651-2

2019

Löcse, F., Zorn, I., Kunzmann, L., Rößler, R. (2019). Paläobotanische Kostbarkeiten aus den Versteinerten Wäldern von Nová Paka (Tschechien) und Chemnitz (Deutschland) – Originale zu Stenzel (1889, 1906) und Rudolph (1906) in der paläobotanischen Sammlung der Geologischen Bundesanstalt in Wien. – Jb. Geol. B.-A., 159 (1–4): 289–313.

Wang, L., Kunzmann, L., Su, T., Xing, Y.-W., Zhang, S.-T., Wang, Y.-Q., Zhou, Z.-K. (2019). Evolutionary stasis and the intensification of Asian monsoon caused the disappearance of Metasequoia (Cupressaceae) in SW China. – Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 264: 64-74.

Moraweck, K., Grein, M., Konrad, W., Kovar-Eder, J., Kvaček, J., Neinhuis, C., Roth-Nebelsick, A., Traiser, C., Kunzmann, L. (2019). Leaf traits of long-ranging Paleogene species and their relationship with depositional facies, climate and atmospheric CO2 level. Palaeontographica B 298 (4-6): 93-172. https://doi.org/10.1127/palb/2019/0062

Kunzmann, L., Moraweck, K., Müller, C., Schröder, I., Wappler, T., Grein, M., Roth-Nebelsick, A. (2019). A Paleogene leaf flora (Profen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany) and its potentials for palaeoecological and palaeoclimate reconstructions. – Flora 254: 71–87. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.flora.2018.11.005

2018

Kunzmann, L., Uhl, D., Krüger, P. S. (2018). Whitish leaves in Eocene lignites in central Germany – a brief survey from the viewpoint of palaeobotany. – Freib.-Forsch.-H. C 554: 213-223.

Batista, M. E. P., Kunzmann, L., Bezerra, F., Andrade, de J. A. F. G., Sá, A. A., Loiola, M. I. B. (2018). A new cheirolepidiaceous conifer Pseudofrenelopsis salesii sp. nov. from the Early Cretaceous of Brazil (Romualdo Formation, Araripe Basin): Paleoecological and taphonomic significance. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 258: 154-162

Adroit, B., Girard, V., Kunzmann, L., Terral, J.-F., Wappler, T. (2018). Plant-insect interactions patterns in three European paleoforests of the late-Neogene—early-Quaternary. – PeerJ 6:e5075; https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.5075

Traiser, C., Roth-Nebelsick, A., Grein, M., Kovar-Eder, J., Kunzmann, L., Moraweck, K., Lange, J., Kvaček, J., Neinhuis, C., Folie, A., De Franceschi, D., Kroh, A., Prestianni, C., Poschmann, M., Wuttke, M. (2018). MORPHYLL: A database of fossil leaves and their morphological traits. – Palaeontologia Electronica 21.1.1T: 1-17. https://doi.org/10.26879/773

Müller, C., Wappler, T., Kunzmann, L. (2018). Insect herbivory patterns in the late Eocene coastal lowland riparian associations from central Germany. – Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 491: 170-184.

Ding, W.-N., Kunzmann, L., Su, T., Huang, J., Zhou, Z.-K. (2018). A new fossil species of Cryptomeria (Cupressaceae) from the Oligocene of the Lühe Basin, Yunnan, East Asia: implications for paleobiogeography and paleoecology. – Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 248: 41-51.

Linnemann, U., Su, T., Kunzmann, L., Spicer, R. A., Ding, W.-N., Spicer, T. E. V., Zieger, J., Hofmann, M., Moraweck, K., Gärtner, A., Gerdes, A., Marko, L., Zhang, S.-T., Li, S.-F., Tang, H., Huang, J., Mulch, A., Mosbrugger, V., Zhou, Z.-K. (2018). New U-Pb dates show a Palaeogene origin for the modern Asian biodiversity hot spots. – Geology, 46 (1): 3-6.

2017

Sadowski, E.-M., Schmidt, A. R., Seyfullah1, L. J., Kunzmann, L. (2017). Conifers of the ‘Baltic amber forest’ and their palaeoecological significance. – Stapfia 106: 1-73.

Kunzmann, L., Müller, C., Moraweck, K., Bräutigam, D., Wappler, T., Nel, A. (2017). First record of insects in lignite-bearing formations (upper Eocene) of the central German Leipzig Embayment. – PalZ 91 (3): 315-326.

Roth-Nebelsick, A., Grein, M., Traiser, C., Moraweck, K., Kunzmann, L., Kovar-Eder, J., Kvaček, J., Stiller, S., Neinhuis, C. (2017). Functional leaf traits and leaf economics in the Paleogene — A case study for Central Europe. – Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimat., Palaeoecol. 472: 1-14.

 

Book chapters

Kunzmann, L., Coiffard, C., Westerkamp, A. P. A. de O., Batista, M. E. P., Uhl, D., Solórzano-Kraemer, M., Mendes, M., Nascimento Jr., D. R., Iannuzzi, R., Silva Filho, W. F. (2021). The Crato Flora: A 115 Million Years old window into the Cretaceous world of Brazil. – In: Iannuzzi R., Rößler R., Kunzmann L. (eds). Brazilian Paleofloras. Springer, Cham.

Martinetto E., …. Kunzmann, L., … et al. (2020). Triumph and Fall of the Wet, Warm, and Never-More-Diverse Temperate Forests (Oligocene-Pliocene). – In: Martinetto E., Tschopp E., Gastaldo R.A. (eds). Nature through Time. Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences, Geography and Environment. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35058-1_2

Uhl, D., Kunzmann, L., et al. (2018). FRANKFURT/DRESDEN/GÖRLITZ: Palaeontological collections of the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung. – In: Beck L., Joger U. (eds). Paleontological Collections of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Natural History Collections. Springer, pp. 209-240.

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PD Dr. Raffael Ernst

Herpetologist by passion and tropical ecologist by training (or vice versa) I have been heading the herpetology section at the Senckenberg Natural History Collections Dresden since 2010. As animal ecologist I am interested in how phylogeny and ecology drive patterns of functional diversity in biological communities and how elucidating underlying processes can guide conservation management decisions. I have been engaged in tropical research, particularly in the Neo- and Afrotropics, for over two decades.

1992/93 Onalaska High-School, WI, USA
Scholarship of the Parlamentarische Patenschafts-Programm (PPP) German Bundestag – US Congress

1997 – 2001 Universities of Mainz, Marburg and Würzburg,
Dipl. Biol. Univ., Department of Animal Ecology and Tropical Biology Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg (chair: Prof. Dr. K.E. Linsenmair)

2002 – 2006 University Würzburg
Dr. rer. nat., Department of Animal Ecology and Tropical Biology (supervision: Prof. K.E. Linsenmair, PD M.-O. Rödel University Würzburg & Prof. W. Hödl, University Vienna) – DAAD-Promotionsstipendium

2005 – 2007 Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart,
Scientific intern, Department of Zoology Forschungsmuseum Schloss Rosenstein

2007 – 2010 Technische Universität Berlin
Scientific assistant – Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Biodiversity Dynamics, (chair: Prof. Dr. F. Dziock)

2010 –Senckenberg Natural History Collections Dresden
Curator – Museum of Zoology, Section Herpetology

2014 Technische Universität Berlin
Habilitation – Fakultät VI, Institute of Ecology, Prof. I. Kowarik
Facultas docendi: Biodiversity Dynamics & Ecosystem Science

2022 Technische Universität Dresden
Privatdozent – School of Science – Faculty of Biology

 

Honorary positions

Board member Society for Tropical Ecology

International Herpetological Committee (2012 -2016)

Associate Editor Amphibia Reptilia

Associate Editor Ecotropica

Associate Editor Vertebrate Zoology

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Susanne Fritz
Prof. Dr. Susanne Fritz

Research interests

I am interested in large-scale evolutionary, paleontological, biogeographic, and (paleo-)ecological patterns, their relationships with the abiotic environment in time and space, and the processes underlying these patterns and relationships. I have worked on ecology, evolution and conservation of mammals, amphibians and birds. Particularly since the establishment of my own research group (Emmy Noether fellowship of the German Research Foundation DFG), my research focuses on macroevolution, macroecology, and biogeography of living and fossil birds and mammals. Since starting my professorship at Goethe University Frankfurt I increasingly develop interdisciplinary research in cooperation with experts in the reconstruction of paleoclimate and Earth surface dynamics, with the goal of understanding the effects of climate change and mountain building on biodiversity dynamics.

More about my research

Publications

Researcher ID and Publons 
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Honorary positions

Editorial Board member at Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, since 2017
Subject Editor at Ecography, since 2014
Associate Editor at Frontiers of Biogeography, since 2013
Substitute member of the Examination Board for BSc and MSc in Geosciences at Goethe University Frankfurt, since 2021
Elected member of the Scientific Committee of the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, 2021-2024
Board member, Synthesis Centre for Biodiversity Sciences sDiv at the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research iDiv, Leipzig, Germany, 2018-2021

Teaching at Goethe University Frankfurt

Please see my university webpage for more information

Academic CV

Since 2021 Professor for Geobiodiversity Resarch at the Institut für Geowissenschaften, Fachbereich Geowissenschaften / Geographie, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt; Leibniz Professorship in cooperation with Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

2014-2021 Emmy Noether research group leader, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre & Fachbereich Biowissenschaften, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

2011-2014 Postdoctoral researcher, Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (BiK-F) & Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, Frankfurt, Germany

2009-2011 Postdoctoral researcher, Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2009 PhD degree, Imperial College London, UK. Thesis „Comparative analyses of extinction risk in vertebrates”

2006-2009 Marie Curie Early-Stage Researcher at Imperial College London. EU FP6 project „HOTSPOTS – Understanding and conserving the Earth’s biodiversity hotspots”

1999-2005 Diplom in Biology, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Germany

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Prof. Dr. Thomas Hickler

My main research interest is to understand the distribution of life on earth (e.g. species, biodiversity, vegetation types, ecosystems) through space and time. I am particularly interested in interactions between climate and the terrestrial biosphere. This includes potential impacts of climate change on species, ecosystems and associated ecosystem services, as well as the role of the biosphere in the earth climate system (e.g. carbon and water cycling). Methodologically, vegetation and ecosystem modelling at local to global scales has been at the core of my work.

Examples of current projects:

Examples of environmental impact assessments:

BSc. and MSc. topics (‚Abschlussarbeiten‘)

For international publications and peer-reviewed published papers, see my profile on Google Scholar or my Web of Science Researcher ID S-6287-2016

For further publications, e.g. IPBES assessments, see Further publications (pdf)

Meeresbotanik Mona Hoppenrath
PD Dr.  Mona Hoppenrath

Link Fachbereich Meeresbotanik

Link Division Marine Botany

Link Newly Described Taxa

Link to Awards (in German)

January 2012
Habilitation in the area „biodiversity and evolutionary biology“ at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
Habilitation treatise topic „Diversity and evolution of (marine) dinoflagellates“

September 2010
IFREMERpageInvited guest scientist at the Institut Français de Recherche pour l’Exploitation de la Mer (IFREMER) in Concarneau
Projekt: „Molecular taxonomy and phylogeny of benthic dinoflagellates from South Brittany“

since 2008
Research scientist at the German Centre for Marine Biodiversity Research (DZMB) in Wilhelmshaven
Responsible for research on Dinophyta and Marine Botany

2007
Research scientist (postdoctoral fellow) at the University of British Columbia (paid by University of Maryland, USA; PI: Prof. Charles F. Delwiche); Laboratory of Prof. Brian S. Leander
Project: AToL: An integrated approach to the phylogeny of dinoflagellates.

2004-2006
Research scientist (postdoctoral fellow) at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada (paid by UBC (NSERC & CIfAR) and by German Research Foundation scholarship DFG Ho3267/1-1); Laboratory of Prof. Brian S. Leander
Project: Molecular phylogeny, morphology, and taxonomy of selected dinoflagellates.

2000-2004
Research scientist (postdoctoral fellow) at Biologische Anstalt Helgoland, Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research
Topic: Taxonomic re-investigation of the North Sea phytoplankton

1996-2000
PhD study at the Wadden Sea Station Sylt, Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research
Topic: Taxonomical and ecological investigations of marine sand-dwelling flagellates
Promotion: 14.7.2000 at the University of Hamburg, Germany

1995-1996
Scientific assistant at the Plant Physiological Institute at the University Göttingen and the Wadden Sea Station Sylt of the Biologische Anstalt Helgoland in List (taxonomic working group), Germany

1989-1995
Study of biology at the University of Göttingen, Germany
1995 diploma; topic: Ultrastructural investigations of the function of the contractile vacuoles of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Begutachtete Publikationen

2021

REÑÉ, A., Hoppenrath, M., REBOUL, G., MOREIRA, D. & LÓPEZ-GARCÍA, P. (2021): Composition and temporal dynamics of sand-dwelling dinoflagellate communities from three Mediterranean beaches. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 86: 85-98.

HOPPENRATH, M., REÑÉ, A., SATTA, C.T., YAMAGUCHI, A. & SELINA, M.S. (2021): Molecular phylogeny and morphology of Carinadinium gen. nov. (Dinophyceae, Gonyaulacales), including marine sand-dwelling dinoflagellate species formerly classified within Thecadinium. European Journal of Protistology : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejop.2021.125835.

TILLMANN, U., BERAN, A., GOTTSCHLING, M., WEITKAMP, S. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2021): Clarifying confusion – Prorocentrum triestinum J.Schiller and Prorocentrum redfieldii Bursa (Prorocentrales, Dinophyceae) are two different species. European Journal of Phycology : https://doi.org/10.1080/09670262.2021.1948614.

BORCHHARDT, N., CHOMÉRAT, N., BILIEN, G., ZENTZ, F., RHODES, L., MURRAY, S.A. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2021): Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Bindiferia gen. nov. (Dinophyceae), a new marine sand-dwelling dinoflagellate genus formerly classified within Amphidinium. Phycologia : in press.

2020

MERTENS, K.N., ADACHI, M., ANDERSON, D.M., BAND-SCHMIDT, C.J., BRAVO, I., BROSNAHAN, M.L., BOLCH, C.J.S., CALADO, A.J., CARBONELL-MOORE, M.C., CHOMÉRAT, N., ELBRÄCHTER, M., FIGUEROA, R.I., FRAGA, S., GARATE-LIZARRAGA, I., GARCÉS, E., GU, H., HALLEGRAEFF, G., HESS, P., HOPPENRATH, M., HORIGUCHI, T., IWATAKI, M., JOHN, U., KREMP, A., LARSEN, J., LEAW, C.P., LI, Z., LIM, P.T., LITAKER, W., MACKENZIE, L., MASSERET, E., MATSUOKA, K., MOESTRUP, Ø., MONTRESOR,M., NAGAI, S., NÉZAN, E., NISHIMURA, T., OKOLODKOV, Y.B., ORLOVA, T.Y., REÑÉ, A., SAMPEDRO, N., SATTA, C.T., SHIN, H.H., SIANO, R., SMITH, K.F., STEIDINGER, K., TAKANO, Y., TILLMANN, U., WOLNY, J., YAMAGUCHI, A., MURRAY, S.A. (2020): Morphological and phylogenetic data do not support the split of Alexandrium into four genera. Harmful Algae 98: 101902. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hal.2020.101902

BARUA, A., AJANI, P.A. , RUVINDY, R., FARRELL, H., ZAMMIT, A., BRETT, S., HILL, D., SAROWAR, C., HOPPENRATH, M. & MURRAY, S.A. (2020): First detection of paralytic shellfish toxins from Alexandrium pacificum above the regulatory limit in blue mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) in New South Wales, Australia. Microorganisms 8: 905.

HOPPENRATH, M., REÑÉ, A., SATTA, C.T., YAMAGUCHI, A. & LEANDER, B.S. (2020): Morphology and molecular phylogeny of a new marine, sand-dwelling dinoflagellate genus, Pachena (Dinophyceae), with descriptions of three new species. Journal of Phycology 56: 798-817.: https://doi.org/10.1111/jpy.12984

KROCK B., SCHLOSS, I.R., TREFAULT, N., TILLMANN, U., HERNANDO, M., DEREGIBUS, D., ANTONI, J., ALMANDOZ, G. & HOPPENRATH, M.(2020): Detection of the phycotoxin pectenotoxin-2 in waters around King George Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology 43(3): 263-277.

REÑÉ, A., SATTA, C.T., LÓPEZ-GARCÍA, P. &HOPPENRATH, M. (2020): Re-evaluation of Amphidiniopsis (Dinophyceae) morphogroups based on phylogenetic relationships, and description of three new sand-dwelling species from the NW Mediterranean. Journal of Phycology 56: 68-84.  https://doi.org/10.1111/jpy.12938

2019

KRETSCHMAR, A.L., LARSSON, M.E.,HOPPENRATH, M., DOBLIN, M.A. & MURRAY, S.A. (2019): Characterisation of two toxic Gambierdiscus spp. (Gonyaulacales, Dinophyceae) from the Great Barrier Reef (Australia): G. lewisii sp. nov. & G. holmesii sp. nov. Protist 170(6): 125699.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.protis.2019.125699

VERMA, A., KAZANDJIAN, A., SAROWAR, C., HARWOOD, D.T., MURRAY, J.S., PARGMANN, I., HOPPENRATH, M. & MURRAY, S.A. (2019): Morphology and phylogenetics of benthic Prorocentrum species (Dinophyceae) from tropical north-western Australia. Toxins 11: 571. 

EFIMOVA, K.V., SELINA, M.S. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2019): New morphological data and molecular phylogeny of the benthic dinoflagellate Pseudothecadinium campbellii (Dinophyceae, Gonyaulacales). European Journal of Protistology 71: 125638. doi.org/10.1016/j.ejop.2019.125638

HOPPENRATH, M., KRETSCHMAR, A.L., MURRAY, S.A. & KAUFMANN, M.J. (2019): Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Gambierdiscus excentricus (Dinophyceae) from Madeira Island (NE Atlantic Ocean). Marine Biodiversity Records 12: 16. https://rdcu.be/bOTl4

NARCISO, Á., CALDEIRA, R., REIS, J.,HOPPENRATH, M., CACHAO, M. & KAUFMANN, M. (2019): The effect of a transient frontal zone on the spatial distribution of extant coccolithophores around the Madeira Archipelago (Northeast Atlantic). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 223: 25-38.

ELBRÄCHTER, M., GOTTSCHLING, M., HOPPENRATH, M., JAHN, R., MONTRESOR, M., TILLMANN, U. & KUSBER, W.-H. (2019): (2686) Proposal to conserve the name Alexandrium against Blepharocysta (Dinophyceae). Taxon 68(3): 589-590 .

Reñé, A. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2019): Psammodinium inclinatum gen. nov. et comb. nov. (=Thecadinium inclinatum Balech) is the closest relative to the toxic dinoflagellate genera Gambierdiscus and Fukuyoa. Harmful Algae 84: 161-171.

TILLMANN, U., HOPPENRATH, M. & GOTTSCHLING, M. (2019): Reliable determination of Prorocentrum micans Ehrenb. (Prorocentrales, Dinophyceae) based on newly collected material from the type locality. European Journal of Phycology 54(3): 417-431.

GOTTSCHLING, M., TILLMANN, U., KUSBER, W.-H., ELBRÄCHTER, M. &HOPPENRATH, M. (2019): To be or not to be: On the usefulness of infraspecific names in Heterocapsa steinii (Heterocapsaceae, Peridiniales). Phytotaxa 395(2): 134-136.

GOTTSCHLING, M., TILLMANN, U., ELBRÄCHTER, M., KUSBER, W.-H. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2019): Glenodinium triquetrum Ehrenb. is a species not of Heterocapsa F.Stein but of Kryptoperidinium Er.Lindem. (Kryptoperidiniaceae, Peridiniales). Phytotaxa 391(2): 155-158.

ADL, S.M., BASS, D., LANE, C.E., LUKES, SCHOCH, C.L., SMIRNOV, A., AGATHA, S., BERNEY, C., BROWN, M.W., BURKI, F., CARDENAS, P., Čepička, I., Chistyakova, L., del Campo, J., DUNTHORN, M., EDVARDSEN, B., EGLIT, Y., GUILLOU, L., HAMPL, V., HEISS, A., HOPPENRATH, M., et al. (2019): Revisions to the classification, nomenclature, and diversity of eukaryotes. The Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 66: 4-119.

SELINA, M.S., EFIMOVA, K.V. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2019): Delimitation of the genus Thecadinium (Dinophyceae) sensu stricto with two species Thecadinium kofoidii and T. pseudokofoidii sp. nov. using morphological and molecular data. Phycologia 58(1): 36-50.

2018

LITAKER, R.W., FRAGA, S., MONTRESOR, M., BROSNAHAN, M., ANDERSON, D.M., HOPPENRATH, M., MURRAY, S.A., WOLNY, J., JOHN, U., SAMPEDRO, N., LARSON, J. & CALADO, A.J. (2018): A practical guide to new nomenclature for species within the “Alexandrium tamarense species complex”. Harmful Algae News 61: 13-15.

YAMAGUCHI, A., WAKEMAN, K.C., HOPPENRATH, M., HORIGUCHI, T. & KAWAI H. (2018): Molecular phylogeny of the benthic dinoflagellate Cabra matta (Dinophyceae) from Okinawa, Japan. Phycologia 57(6): 630-640.

WILKE, T., ZINSSMEISTER, C. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2018): Morphological variability within the marine dinoflagellate Ornithocercus quadratus (Dinophysales, Dinophyceae). Phycologia 57(5): 555-571.

ELBRÄCHTER, M., HOPPENRATH, M., JAHN, R. & KUSBER, W.-H. (2018): Stability of the generic names AlexandriumHalim and Gessnerium Halim at risk because of Peridinium splendor-maris Ehrenberg, the first documented bloom of Alexandrium (Dinophyceae). Notulae algarum No. 60

GOTTSCHLING, M., TILLMANN, U., KUSBER, W.-H., HOPPENRATH, M. & ELBRÄCHTER, M. (2018): (2607) Proposal to conserve the name Heterocapsa (Dinophyceae) with a conserved type. Taxon 67(3): 632-633.

GOTTSCHLING, M., TILLMANN, U., KUSBER, W.-H., HOPPENRATH, M. & ELBRÄCHTER, M. (2018): A Gordian knot: Nomenclature and taxonomy of Heterocapsa triquetra (Ehrenb.) Stein (Heterocapsaceae, Peridiniales). Taxon 67(1): 179-185.

WAKEMAN, K., HOPPENRATH, M., YAMAGUCHI, A., GAVELIS, G.S., LEANDER, B.S. & NOZAKI, H. (2018): Ultrastructure of the marine benthic dinoflagellate Plagiodinium belizeanum (Dinophyceae) from the southeast Pacific island of Okinawa, Japan. Phycologia 57(2): 209-222.

BRANDT, A., SCHOLZ, J., ALLSPACH, A., BRENKE, N., BRIX, S., GEORGE, K.H., HÖRNSCHEMEYER, T., HOLST, S., HOPPENRATH, M., IWAN, F., JANSSEN, A., JANSSEN, R., JANUSSEN, D., JESKULKE, K., FIEGE, D., KAISER, S., KIENEKE, A., KIHARA, T.C., KRÖNCKE, I., KRUPP, F., MARTHA, S.O., MARTÍNEZ ARBIZU, P.M., MEIßNER, K., MILJUTINA, M., MILJUTIN, D., RENZ, J., RIEHL, T., SAEEDI, H., SIEGLER, V., SONNEWALD, M., STUCKAS, H. & VEIT-KÖHLER, G. (2018): 200 years of marine research at Senckenberg: selected highlights. Marine Biodiversity 48: 159-178.

MERTENS, K.N., CARBONELL-MOORE, C., POSPELOVA, V., HEAD, M.J., HIGHFIELD, A., SCHROEDER, D., GU, H., ANDREE, K.B., YAMAGUCHI, A., TAKANO, Y., NÉZAN, E., BILIEN, G., OKOLODKOV, Y., KOIKE, K., HOPPENRATH, M., PFAFF, M., PITCHER G., AL-MUFTAH, A., ROCHON, A., LIM, P.T., LEAW, C.P., LIM, Z.F. & ELLEGAARD, M. (2018): The potentially toxic Pentaplacodinium saltonense gen. et sp. nov. (Dinophyceae), and its relationship to the cyst-defined Operculodinium psilatum and the yessotoxin-producing Protoceratium reticulatum. Harmful Algae 71: 57-77

2017

VERMA, A., KOHLI, G.S., HOPPENRATH, M., HARWOOD, T., KUZHIUMPARAMBIL, U., RALPH, P.J. & MURRAY, S.A.(2017): Systematics and diversity of genus Ostreopsis in the East Australian Current region. In: Proenca, L.A.O. & Hallegraeff, G.M. (eds) Marine and fresh-water harmful algae. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Harmful Algae. International Society for the Study of Harmful Algae 2017: 84-87.

TILLMANN, U., HOPPENRATH, M., GOTTSCHLING, M., KUSBER, W.-H. & ELBRÄCHTER, M. (2017): Plate pattern clarification of the marine dinophyte Heterocapsa triquetra sensu Stein (Dinophyceae) collected at the Kiel Fjord (Germany). Journal of Phycology 53: 1305-1324.

FRICKE, A., KIHARA, T.C., KOPPRIO, G.A. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2017): Anthropogenically driven habitat formation by a tube dwelling diatom on the Northern Patagonian Atlantic coast. Ecological Indicators 77: 8-13

HOPPENRATH, M., YUBUKI, N., STERN, R. & LEANDER, B.S. (2017): Ultrastructure and molecular phylogenetic position of a new marine sand-dwelling dinoflagellate from British Columbia, Canada: Pseudadenoides polypyrenoides sp. nov. (Dinophyceae). European Journal of Phycology 52(2): 208-224.

FRICKE, A., KIHARA, T.C. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2017): Studying mesoalgal structures – a non-destructive approach based on confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM). Botanica Marina 60(2): 181-195.

ZINSSMEISTER, C., WILKE, T. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2017): Species diversity of dinophysoid dinoflagellates of the Clarion Clipperton Fracture Zone. Marine Biodiversity 47(2): 271-287.

KRETZSCHMAR, A.L., VERMA, A., HARWOOD, T., HOPPENRATH, M. & MURRAY, S.A. (2017): Characterisation of Gambierdiscus lapillus sp. nov. (Gonyaulacales, Dinophyceae): a new toxic dinoflagellate from the Great Barrier Reef (Australia). Journal of Phycology 53: 283-297.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2017): Dinoflagellate taxonomy – a review and proposal of a revised classification. Marine Biodiversity 47(2): 381-403.

2016

VERMA, A., HOPPENRATH, M., DORANTES-ARANDA, J.-J., HARWOOD, T. & MURRAY S.A.(2016) Molecular phylogenetic characterization of Ostreopsis (Dinophyceae) and the description of a new species, Ostreopsis rhodesae sp. nov., from a subtropical Australian lagoon. Harmful Algae 60: 116-130.

YAMAGUCHI, A., YOSHIMATSU, S., HOPPENRATH, M., WAKEMAN K.C. & KAWAI, H. (2016): Molecular phylogeny of the benthic dinoflagellate genus Amphidiniopsis and its relationship with the family Protoperidiniaceae. Protist 167(6): 568-583.  

VERMA, A., HOPPENRATH, M., HARWOOD, T., BRETT, S., RHODES, L. & MURRAY S.A.(2016) Molecular phylogeny, morphology and toxigenicity of Ostreopsis cf. siamensis (Dinophyceae) from temperate south-east Australia. Phycological Research 64: 146-159.

2015

SELINA, M., CHOMÉRAT, N. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2015): Morphology and spatial distribution of Cabra species (Dinophyceae, Peridiniales) from Peter the Great Bay (northwestern Sea of Japan), including the description of C. levis sp. nov. European Journal of Phycology 50: 80-91.

2014

WISSHAK, M., ALEXANDRAKIS, E. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2014): The diatom attachment scar Ophthalmichnus lyolithonigen. et isp. n. Ichnos 21: 111-118.

KOHLI, G.S., NEILAN, B.A., BROWN, M.V., HOPPENRATH, M. & MURRAY S.A. (2014): Cob gene pyrosequencing enables characterisation of benthic dinoflagellate diversity and biogeography. Environmental Microbiology 16: 467-485.

MURRAY S.A., HOPPENRATH, M., ORR, R.J., BOLCH, C., JOHN, U., DIWAN, R., YAUWENAS, R., HARWOOD, T., DE SALAS, M., NEILAN, B.A. & HALLEGRAEFF, G. (2014): Alexandrium diversaporum nov. sp., a new non-saxitoxin producing species: phylogeny, morphology and sxtA genes. Harmful Algae 31: 54-65. 

2013

HOPPENRATH, M., CHOMÉRAT, N., HORIGUCHI, T., SCHWEIKERT, M., NAGAHAMA, Y. & MURRAY S. (2013): Taxonomy and phylogeny of the benthic Prorocentrum species (Dinophyceae) – a proposal and review. Harmful Algae 27: 1-28.

TILLMANN, U. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2013): The life-cycle of the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Polykrikos kofoidii. J. Phycol. 49: 298-317.

SELINA, M. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2013): Morphology and taxonomy of seven marine sand-dwelling Amphidiniopsisspecies (Peridiniales, Dinophyceae), including two new species A. konovalovae sp. nov. and A. striata sp. nov from the Sea of Japan, Russia. Marine Biodiversity 43: 87-104.

HOPPENRATH, M., CHOMÉRAT, N. & LEANDER, B.S. (2013): Molecular phylogeny of Sinophysis: Evaluating the possible early evolutionary history of dinophysoid dinoflagellates. In: Lewis, J.M., Marret, F. & Bradley, L. (eds.) Biological and Geological Perspectives of Dinoflagellates. The Micropalaeontological Society, Special publications. Geological Society, London: 207-214.

2012

ADL, S.M, SIMPSON, A.G.B., LANE, C.E., LUKES, J., BASS, D., BOWSER, S.S., BROWN, M.W., BURKI, F., DUNTHORN, M., HAMPL, V., HEISS, A., HOPPENRATH, M., LARA, E., GALL, L.L., LYNN, D.H., MCMANUS, H.,MITCHELL, E.A.D., MOZLEY-STANRIDGE, S.E., PARFREY, L.W., PAWLOWSKI, J., RUECKERT, S., SHADWICK, L., SCHOCH, C.L., SMIRNOV, A. & SPIEGEL, F.W. (2012): The revised classification of eukaryotes. The Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 59: 429-493.

MURRAY, S.A., GARBY, T., HOPPENRATH, M. & NEILAN, B.A. (2012): Genetic diversity, morphological uniformity and polyketide production in dinoflagellates (Amphidinium, Dinoflagellata).  PLoS ONE 7(6): e38253.

RÖDER, K., HANTZSCHE, F.M., GEBÜHR, C., MIENE, C., HELBIG, T., KROCK, B., HOPPENRATH, M., LUCKAS, B. & GERDTS, G. (2012) Effects of salinity, temperature and nutrients on growth, cellular characteristics and yessetoxin production of Protoceratium reticulatum. Harmful Algae 15: 59-70.

HOPPENRATH, M., MURRAY, S., SPARMANN, S. & LEANDER, B.S. (2012): Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Ankistrodinium gen. nov. (Dinophyceae), a new genus of marine sand-dwelling dinoflagellates formerly classified within Amphidinium. J. Phycol. 48: 1143-1152. 

SABUROVA, M., CHOMÉRAT, N. & HOPPENRATH, M.(2012): Morphology and SSU rDNA phylogeny of Durinskia agilis(Kofoid & Swezy) comb. nov. (Peridiniales, Dinophyceae), a thecate, marine, sand-dwelling dinoflagellate formerly classified within Gymnodinium. Phycologia 51: 287-302.

HOPPENRATH, M., SELINA, M., YAMAGUCHI, A. & LEANDER, B.S. (2012): Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Amphidiniopsis rotundata sp. nov. (Peridiniales, Dinophyceae), a new benthic marine dinoflagellate. Phycologia 51: 157-167. 

2011

YAMAGUCHI, A., HOPPENRATH, M., POSPELOVA, V., HORIGUCHI, T. & LEANDER, B.S. (2011): Molecular phylogeny of the marine sand-dwelling dinoflagellate Herdmania litoralis and an emended description of the closely related planktonic genus Archaeperidinium Jörgensen. Europ. J. Phycol 46: 98-112.

2010

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2010): Dinoflagellates phylogeny as inferred from heat shock protein 90 and ribosomal gene sequences. PLoS ONE 5, e13220 (12 pages).

STERN, R., HORAK, A., ANDREW, R., COFFROTH, M.-A., ANDERSEN, R., KÜPPER, F., JAMESON, I., HOPPENRATH, M., VÉRON, B., KASAI, F., BRAND, J., JAMES, E., KEELING, P.J. (2010): Environmental barcoding reveals massive dinoflagellate diversity in marine environments. PLoS ONE 5, e13991 (14 pages).

GARCÈS, E. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2010): Ultrastructure of the intracellular parasite Parvilucifera sinerae (Alveolata, Myzozoa) infecting the marine toxic planktonic dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum (Dinophyceae). Harmful Algae 10: 64-70.

CHANTANGSI, C.,HOPPENRATH, M.& LEANDER, B.S. (2010): Evolutionary relationships among marine cercozoans as inferred from combined SSU and LSU rDNA sequences and polyubiquitin insertions. Mol. Phylo. Evol. 57, 518-527.

BREGLIA, S.A., YUBUKI, N., HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2010): Ultrastructure and molecular phylogenetic position of a novel euglenozoan with extrusive episymbiotic bacteria: Bihospites bacati n. gen. et sp. (Symbiontida). BMC Microbiology 10: 145 (21 pages).

HOPPENRATH, M., YUBUKI, N., BACHVAROFF, T.R., & LEANDER, B.S. (2010): Re-classification of Pheoploykrikos hartmannii as Polykrikos (Dinophyceae) based partly on the ultrastructure of complex extrusomes. Europ. J. Protistol. 46: 29-37.

2009

HOPPENRATH, M., BACHVAROFF, T.R., HANDY, S.M., DELWICHE, C.F. & LEANDER, B.S. (2009): Molecular phylogeny of ocelloid-bearing dinoflagellates (Warnowiaceae) as inferred from SSU and LSU rDNA sequences. BMC Evolutionary Biology 9: 116 (15pages).

HOPPENRATH, M.& LEANDER, B.S. (2009): Molecular phylogeny of Parvilucifera prorocentri (Alveolata, Myzozoa): insights into Perkinsid character evolution. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 56: 251-256.

HOPPENRATH, M., KOEMAN R.P.T. & LEANDER, B.S. (2009). Morphology and taxonomy of a new marine sand-dwelling Amphidiniopsis species (Dinophyceae, Peridiniales), A. aculeata sp. nov., from Cap Feret, France. Mar. Biodiv. 39: 1-7.

2008

Sparmann, S.F., Leander, B.S. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2008): Comparative morphology and molecular phylogeny of taxa of the new marine benthic dinoflagellate genus Apicoporus, classified formerly within Amphidinium sensu lato. Protist 159: 383-399.

Yamaguchi, H., HOPPENRATH, M., Takishita, K. & Horiguchi, T. (2008): Haramonas pauciplastida sp. nov. (Raphidophyceae, Heterokontophyta) and phylogenetic analyse of Haramonas species using small subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences. Phycol. Res. 56: 127-138.

HOPPENRATH, M. & Leander, B.S. (2008): Morphology and molecular phylogeny of a new marine sand-dwelling Prorocentrum species, P. tsawwassenense sp. nov. (Dinophyceae, Prorocentrales) from British Columbia, Canada. J. Phycol. 44: 451-466.

Selina, M. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2008): An emended description of Amphidiniopsis arenaria Hoppenrath 2000, based on material from the Sea of Japan. Europ. J. Protistol. 44: 71-79.

Leander, B.S. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2008): Ultrastructure of a novel tube-forming, intracellular parasite of dinoflagellates: Parvilucifera prorocentri sp. nov. (Alveolata, Myzozoa). Europ. J. Protistol. 44: 55-70.

TAYLOR, F.J.R., HOPPENRATH, M. & SALDARRIAGA, J.F. (2008): Dinoflagellate diversity and distribution. Biodiv. Conserv. 17: 407-418.

2007

OKOLODKOV, Y.B., CAMPOS-BAUTISTA, G., Gárate-Lizárraga, I., González- González, J.A.G., HOPPENRATH, M. & Arenas, V. (2007): Seasonal changes of benthic and epiphytic dinoflagellates in the Veracruz reef zone, Gulf of Mexico. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 47: 223-237.   

HOPPENRATH, M., BESZTERI, B., DREBES, G., HALLIGER, H., JANISCH, S., VAN BEUSEKOM, J.E.E. & WILTSHIRE, K.H. (2007): Thalassiosira species (Bacillariophyceae, Thalassiosirales) in the waters around the islands of Helgoland (German Bight) and Sylt (Northfrisian Wadden Sea) – a first approach to assessing diversity. Europ. J. Phycol. 42: 271-288.

HOPPENRATH, M., M. Elbrächter, Halliger, H., Koeman, R.P.T., Krakhmalnyy, A., Surek, B., Erler, K. & Lucas, B. (2007): First rec ords of the benthic, bloom-forming, non-toxic dinoflagellate Thecadinium yashimaense (Dinophyceae) in Europe – with special emphasis on the invasion in the North Sea. Helgol. Mar. Res. 61: 157-165.

HOPPENRATH, M., Horiguchi, T., Miyoshi, Y., Selina, M., Taylor, F.J.R.  & Leander, B.S. (2007): Taxonomy, phylogeny, biogeography, ecology of Sabulodinium undulatum, including an amended description of the species. Phycol. Res. 55: 159-175.

HOPPENRATH, M. & Leander, B.S. (2007): Morphology and phylogeny of the pseudocolonial dinoflagellates Polykrikos lebourae and Polykrikos herdmanae n. sp. Protist 158: 209-227.

HOPPENRATH, M.& Leander, B.S. (2007): Character evolution in polykrikoid dinoflagellates. J. Phycol. 43: 366-377.

2006

HOPPENRATH, M. & Leander, B.S. (2006): Dinoflagellate, euglenoid or cercomonad? The ultrastructure and molecular phylogenetic position of Protaspis grandis n. sp.  J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 53: 327-242.

HOPPENRATH, M. & Leander, B.S. (2006): Ebriid phylogeny and the expansion of the ‚Cercozoa‘. Protist 157: 279-290.

Murray, S., HOPPENRATH, M., Preisfeld, A., Larsen, J., Yoshimatsu, S., Toriumi, S. & Patterson, D.J. (2006): Phylogenetics of Rhinodinium broomeense gen. et sp. nov., a peridinoid, sand-dwelling dinoflagellate (Dinophyceae). J. Phycol. 42: 934-942.

HOPPENRATH, M. & Selina, M. (2006): Pseudothecadinium campbellii gen. nov. et sp. nov. (Dinophyceae), a phototrophic, thecate, marine planktonic species found in the Sea of Okhotsk, Russia. Phycologia 45: 260-269.

Murray, s., HOPPENRATH, M., Larsen, J. & Patterson, D.J. (2006): Bysmatrum teres sp. nov., a new sand-dwelling dinoflagellate from north-western Australia. Phycologia 45: 161-167.

Houpt, P. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2006): First record of the marine, benthic dinoflagellate Spiniferodinium galeiforme(Dinophyceae) from a temperate region. Phycologia 45: 10-12.  

2005

HOPPENRATH, M., Bolch, C.J.S., Yoshimatsu, S., Saldarriaga, J.F., Schweikert, M., Campbell, C.N., Toriumi, S., Dodge, J.D., Elbrächter, M. & Taylor, F.J.R. (2005): Nomenclatural note on a Thecadinium species (Dinophyceae, Gonyaulacales), which was described as new independently three times within two months. J. Phycol. 41: 1284-1286.

2004

Selina, M. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2004):  Morphology of Sinophysis minimum sp. nov., and three Sinophysis species (Dinophyceae, Dinophysiales) from the Sea of Japan. Phycol. Res. 52: 149-159.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2004): A revised check-list of planktonic diatoms and dinoflagellates from Helgoland (North Sea, German Bight). Helgol. Mar. Res. 58:243-251.   

HOPPENRATH, M., Saldarriaga, J.F., Schweikert, M., Elbrächter, M. & Taylor, F.J.R.   (2004): Description of Thecadinium mucosum sp. nov. (Dinophyceae), a new sand-dwelling, marine dinoflagellate, and an emended description of Thecadinium inclinatum Balech. J. Phycol. 40:946-961.

2003

HOPPENRATH, M., Schweikert, M. & Elbrächter, M.   (2003): Morphological reinvestigation and characterisation of the marine, sand-dwelling dinoflagellate Adenoides eludens (Dinophyceae). Europ. J. Phycol. 38: 385-394.

Horiguchi, T. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2003): Haramonas viridis sp. nov. (Raphidophyceae, Heterokontophyta), a new sand-dwelling raphidophyte from cold temperate waters. Phycol. Res. 51: 61-67.

2000 

HOPPENRATH, M. (2000): Morphology and taxonomy of six marine sand-dwelling Amphidiniopsis species (Dinophyceae, Peridiniales), four of them new, from the German Bight, North Sea. Phycologia 39: 482-497.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2000): An emended description of Herdmania litoralis Dodge (Dinophyceae) including the plate formula. Nova Hedwigia 71: 481-489.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2000): Morphology and taxonomy of the marine sand-dwelling genus Thecadinium (Dinophyceae), with the description of two new species from the North German Wadden Sea. Phycologia 39: 96-108.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2000): A new marine sand-dwelling Prorocentrum species, P. clipeus sp. nov. (Dinophyceae, Prorocentrales) from Helgoland, German Bight, North Sea. Europ. J. Protistol. 36: 29-33.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2000): Morphology and taxonomy of Sinophysis (Dinophyceae, Dinophysiales) including two new marine sand-dwelling species from the North German Wadden Sea. Europ. J. Phycol. 35: 153-162.

HOPPENRATH, M. & Okolodkov, Y.B . (2000): Amphidinium glabrum sp. nov. (Dinophyceae) from the North German Waddense and European Arctic sea ice: morphology, distribution and ecology. Europ. J. Phycol. 35: 61-67.

1998

HOPPENRATH, M. & Elbrächter, M.   (1998): Roscoffia capitata (Dinophyceae) refound: notes on morphology and biology. Phycologia 37 (6): 450-457.

Robinson, D.G., HOPPENRATH, M., Oberbeck, K., Luykx, P. & Ratajczak, R.   (1998): Localization of Pyrophosphatase and V-ATPase in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Bot. Acta 111: 108-122.

1997 

Luykx, P., HOPPENRATH, M.& Robinson, D.G.   (1997): Osmoregulatory mutants that affect the function of the contractile vacuole in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Protoplasma 200: 99-111.

Luykx, P., HOPPENRATH, M. & Robinson, D.G.   (1997): Structure and behavior of contractile vacuoles in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Protoplasma 198: 73-84.


Nicht begutachtete Publikationen (z.B. Abstracts von Konferenzen)

2011

OTTE, V., WESCHE, K., ZIZKA, G., DRESSLER, S., HOPPENRATH, M. & KIENAST, F. (2011): The new Herbarium Senckenbergianum: old institutions under a new common roof. TAXON

2001 

HOPPENRATH, M. (2001): Biodiversity of marine sand-dwelling flagellates from the North German Wadden Sea., Phycologia 40 (4), Supplement, 114.

HOPPENRATH, M., Drebes, G., Elbrächter, M., Scharek, R., Beusekom, J. van & Wiltshire, K. (2001): The Helgoland and Sylt Marine Phytoplankton Time-Series (AWI)., Phycologia 40 (4), Supplement, 105.

1998 

HOPPENRATH, M. (1998): Sand-dwelling dinoflagellates of the Wadden Sea (List/Sylt), with special emphasis on Roscoffia capitata., NTNU Vitensk. mus. Rapp. bot. Ser. 1998-I; 69-70. 

Populärwissenschaftliche Publikationen

HOPPENRATH, M., SALDARRIAGA, J. & TILLMANN, U. (2018): Dinoflagellaten – ein Dauerexperiment der Evolution? Biologie in unserer Zeit 4/2018 (48): 228-238.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2011): Aufbau einer Dinoflagellaten-Sammlung – Mikrometerkleine Lebewesen kommen bei Senckenberg groß raus. SENCKENBERG nfm 141(3/4): 118-121.

DRESSLER, S., GEBAUER, P., HOPPENRATH, M., KIENAST, F., OTTE, V. & ZIZKA, G. (2011): Das neue Herbarium Senckenbergianum – Alte Institutionen unter einem gemeinsamen neuen Dach. SENCKENBERG nfm 141(3/4): 110-113.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2004): Im Sand brodelt das Leben. Die Geißeltierchen. In: Watt’n Leben! Tiere und Pflanzen der Nordseeküste vorgestellt von der Wattenmeerstation Sylt. AWI.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2004): Ein leuchtendes Meerestier. Der Dinoflagellat Noctiluca scintillans. In: Watt’n Leben! Tiere und Pflanzen der Nordseeküste vorgestellt von der Wattenmeerstation Sylt. AWI.

Bücher und Buchkapitel

2014

HOPPENRATH, M., MURRAY S., CHOMÉRAT, N. & HORIGUCHI, T. (2014): Marine benthic dinoflagellates – unveiling their worldwide biodiversity. Kleine Senckenberg-Reihe 54, pp. 276.
http://www.schweizerbart.de/publications/detail/isbn/9783510614028/Kleine_Senckenberg_Reihe_Nr_54_Marine_benthic_dino

2009

HOPPENRATH, M., ELBRÄCHTER, M. & DREBES, G. (2009): Marine Phytoplankton. Selected microphytoplankton species from the North Sea around Helgoland and Sylt. Kleine Senckenberg-Reihe, Band 49, 264 pp.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2009): Marine Planktonic Diatoms. In: R. Röttger, R. Knight & W. Foissner (eds.) A course in protozoology. Protozoological Monographs, Vol. 4: 14-26, Shaker Verlag, Aachen

Vorträge

Vortrag (international eingeladen) 

HOPPENRATH, M. (2014). Benthic dinoflagellate diversity and their harmful potentials. 62nd Annual Meeting British Phycological Society, 25-27 Juni, Galway, Irland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2011). Biodiversity patterns in dinoflagellates. VI European Congress of Protistology, 25-29 Juli, Berlin, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2011). Diatoms. Vorlesung, NSW Phytoplankton Research Workshop, Sydney Institute Marine Science, 29 Mai-2 Juni, Sydney, Australien.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2010). Mona’s biodiversity research, Kolloquium, IFREMER Concarneau, Frankreich.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2010). Molecular phylogeny and character evolution in dinoflagellates, Gastvortrag, Station de Biologie Marine et Marinarium de Concarneau, Frankreich.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2010). Marine benthic / sand-dwelling dinoflagellates – biodiversity data. GEOHAB Open Science Meeting Workshop on HABs in benthic systems, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2008). Biodiversity of coastal benthic protists, with emphasis on dinoflagellates. Living Shores of Japan – Biodiversity studies of coastal areas, 29-30 Nov, Sapporo, Japan.

HOPPENRATH, M., SALDARRIAGA, J.F. (2008). Tree of Life web page about dinoflagellates. Tree of Life web project workshop, 18-20 July, Halifax, Kanada.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2006): Biodiversity research on marine, sand-dwelling dinoflagellates – an overview. Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIAR) workshop “Microbial Biodiversity”, 24-26 March, Banff, Kanada.

ELBRÄCHTER, M., HOPPENRATH, M. (2003). The Prorocentrum dentatum – Prorocentrum shikokuensis species complex., The Second Symposium on Red Tide Monitoring in Asian Coastal Waters, 21-27 Sept, Nagasaki, Japan. 

 

Vortrag (national eingeladen)

HOPPENRATH, M. (2016). Dinoflagellate biodiversity – morphology-based taxonomy reviewed by molecular phylogenetic analyses. Kolloquium Universität Essen, 5. Dezember 2016.

 

Vortrag (internationale Konferenzen)

HOPPENRATH, M., TILLMANN, U., GOTTSCHLING, M., KUSBER, W.-H. & ELBRÄCHTER, M.(2017) Heterocapsa triquetra sensu Stein – plate pattern clarification and nomenclatural issues. 11th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates (DINO11), 17-21 July, Bordeaux, France.

ZINSSMEISTER, C., HOPPENRATH, M.(2017) Taxonomic reinvestigation of type species Dinophysis acutaEhrenb. and Dinophysis s. s. (Dinophysales). 11th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates (DINO11), 17-21 July, Bordeaux, France. 

ESQUEDA-LARA, K., HERNÁNDEZ-BECERRIL, D., HOPPENRATH, M. (2015) Morphology based cladistic analysis of selected dinophysoid dinoflagellate species. VII ECOP-ISOP joint congress, 5-10 sept, Seville, Spanien. 

HOPPENRATH, M., WILKE, T., ZINSSMEISTER, C. (2015). Taxon-specific character evolution in Dinophysales (Dinophyceae), towards improved taxonomy and systematics. PSA conference, August, Philadelphia, USA. 

HOPPENRATH, M. (2013). Morphology-based taxonomy and systematics – an outdated science? International Congress of Protistology ICOP XIV, 28 Juli-2 Aug, Vancouver, Kanada.

HOPPENRATH, M., CHOMÉRAT, N., LEANDER, B.S. (2011). Molecular phylogeny of the benthic dinophysioid genus Sinophysis. DINO9 IX International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates, 28 Aug-2 Sept, Liverpool, UK.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2010). “Centre of Excellence for Dinophyte Taxonomy” (CEDiT) am Deutschen Zentrum für Marine Biodiversitätsforschung (DZMB). Joint meeting of the German societies of parasitology and protozoology, Düsseldorf.

HOPPENRATH, M., GARCÈS, E., LEANDER, B.S. (2010). The genus Parvilucifera (Alveolata, Myzozoa) – ultrastructure and molecular phylogeny of two recently described new species, that are intracellular parasites of dinoflagellates. Joint meeting of the German societies of parasitology and protozoology, Düsseldorf.

HOPPENRATH, M., LEANDER, B.S. (2009). Phylogeny and character evolution in dinoflagellates with complex organelles as inferred from rDNA gene sequences and morphology. Systematics 2009, 1st meeting of Biosyst EU, 10-14 August, Leiden, Niederlande.

HOPPENRATH, M., ELBRÄCHTER, M. (2008). Centre of Excellence for Dinophyte Taxonomy (CEDiT) at the German Centre for Marine Biodiversity Research (DZMB) – heard about it yet? 8th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates (DINO8), 04-09 May, Montreal, Kanada.

HOPPENRATH, M., LEANDER, B.S. (2008). Dinoflagellate phylogeny as inferred from heat shock protein 90 (HSP 90) gene sequences. 8th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates (DINO8), 04-09 May, Montreal, Kanada. 

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S.
(2007): Character evolution in dinoflagellates with complex organelles. PSA/ISOP conference, 5-9 Aug., Rhode Island, USA.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2007): Dinoflagellates – Biodiversity, phylogeny & character evolution. CMDE annual meeting, 13-15 June, Parksville, Kanada.

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2006): Character evolution in dinoflagellates with complex organelles. I. Polykrikoids. 16th Meeting of the International Society for Evolutionary Protistology, 1-5 Aug., Wroclaw, Polen.

LEANDER, B.S. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2006): Character evolution in dinoflagellates with complex organelles. II. Warnowiids. 16th Meeting of the International Society for Evolutionary Protistology, 1-5 Aug., Wroclaw, Polen.

KRABERG, A., HOPPENRATH, M., WILTSHIRE, K.H., LARSEN, J., VAULOT, D. & PATTERSON, D.J. (2004): The use of online resources in the identification and monitoring of harmful algal species with special reference to the plankton*net project., 11th International Conference on Harmful Algae, 15-19 Nov., Kapstadt, Südafrika.

HOPPENRATH, M., BEUSEKOM, J.E.E. VAN, WILTSHIRE, K.H. & PATTERSON, D.J. (2004). Darstellung von Mikroalgen-Biodiversitätsdaten im Internet – das Plankton*net-Projekt, 23. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, 3.-6-März 2004, Innsbruck, Österreich.

HOPPENRATH, M., MURRAY, S. & HORIGUCHI, T. (2003): What do we know about sand-dwelling dinoflagellates? A first review, Seventh International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates, DINO7, 21-25 Sept., Nagasaki, Japan. 

 

Vortrag (nationale Konferenzen)

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2006): The evolutionary history of dinoflagellates. 25. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, 8-11 March, Liebenwalde/Berlin, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M., SCHAREK, R., BEUSEKOM, J.E.E. VAN & WILTSHIRE, K. (2001): Phytoplankton-Langzeit-Untersuchungen am AWI (BAH)., 8. Wissenschaftliche Tagung der Sektion Phykologie in der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft. 15.-18. Februar, Helgoland, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2000): Taxonomie und Ökologie von Flagellaten mariner Sande, 19. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, Göttingen, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2000): Biodiversität mariner Flagellaten der Sandlücke, Gesellschaft für Biologische Systematik, 3. Jahrestagung, FIS, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland.

 

Vortrag (andere) 

HOPPENRATH, M. (2007): Marine dinoflagellates – taxonomy, character evolution, and phylogenetic systematics. Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 1 Oct., Frankfurt, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2006): Die Evolutionsgeschichte der Dinoflagellaten. 14 March, University of Stuttgart, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2006): Biodiversitaet mariner Protisten der Deutschen Bucht mit Fokus auf den Dinoflagellaten und aktuelle Forschung zur Dinoflagellaten-Phylogenie. 6 March, Deutsches Zentrum für Marine Biodiversitaetsforschung (DZMB), Wilhelmshaven, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2006): Die Evolutionsgeschichte der Dinoflagellaten. 23 Feb, Wadden Sea Station Sylt, AWI, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2004): Das Plankton*net-Projekt – taxonomische Daten im Internet, Feldexkursion/Studentenkurs der Freien Universität Berlin, 26 March, Wattenmeerstation Sylt, Deutschland.

ELBRÄCHTER, M., HALLIGER, H. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2004): Identification-Help for thecate Dinophyceae of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea., bbe Moldaenke, 5th bbe Workshop, 13-15 June, Kiel, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2003): Allgemeine Einführung in die Dinoflagellaten, Exkursion im Rahmen des Phykologie-Praktikums der Universität Göttingen, 7. Mai, Helgoland, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2003): Allgemeine Einführung in das Phytoplankton von Helgoland., Exkursion der TU-Darmstadt nach Helgoland, 13. Aug., BAHelgoland, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2003): Taxonomische und ökologische Untersuchungen von Dinoflagellaten mariner Sande., Umwelt Bundesamt, Phytoplankton-Workshop im Rahmen der Qualitätssicherung des BLMP Nord- und Ostsee, List/Sylt, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2003): Einführung in die Taxonomie der Ceratium -Arten aus Nord- und Ostsee., Umwelt Bundesamt, Phytoplankton-Workshop im Rahmen der Qualitätssicherung des BLMP Nord- und Ostsee, List/Sylt, Deutschland.

HOPPENRATH, M. (2002): Artenvielfalt mariner Mikroalgen der Nordsee., Universität Göttingen, Deutschland.

 

Poster

2016 

ZINSSMEISTER, C., WILKE, T., HOPPENRATH, M. (2016) Species diversity of Dinophysales (Dinophyceae), with emphasis on the delimitation of Dinophysis and Phalacroma. 35. annual meeting of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, 23-26 Feb, Saignelégier, Swiitzerland.

2015

HOPPENRATH, M. (2015) Dinoflagellate taxonomy and classification, a proposal. VII ECOP-ISOP joint congress, 5-10 Sept, Seville, Spanien.

ZINSSMEISTER, C., HOPPENRATH, M. (2015) Morphological taxa delimitation of Dinophysales (Dinophyceae), with emphasis on Dinophysis and Phalacroma. VII ECOP-ISOP joint congress, 5-10 Sept, Seville, Spanien.

ZINSSMEISTER, C., HOPPENRATH, M. (2015) Possible phylogenetic position of the parasitic dinoflagellate Syltodinium listii Drebes (Dinophyceae, Gymnodiniales). VII ECOP-ISOP joint congress, 5-10 Sept, Seville, Spanien.

2011

HOPPENRATH, M. (2011). Dinoflagellate collections at the Centre of Excellence for Dinophyte Taxonomy. DINO9 IX International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates, 28 Aug-2 Sept, Liverpool, UK.

2010

HOPPENRATH, M. (2010). Centre of Excellence for Dinophyte Taxonomy (CEDiT) at the German Centre for Marine Biodiversity Research (DZMB). GEOHAB Open Science Meeting on HABs in benthic systems, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

2008

HOPPENRATH, M., ELBRÄCHTER M. (2008). Centre of Excellence for Dinophyte Taxonomy (CEDiT) at the German Centre for Marine Biodiversity Research (DZMB). Protist2008-Konferenz, 21-26 Juli, Halifax, Kanada.

HOPPENRATH, M., BACHVAROFF, T.S., HANDY, S., DELWICHE, C.F., LEANDER, B.S. (2008). Phylogeny and character evolution in dinoflagellates with complex organelles as inferred from SSU and LSU ribosomal gene sequences. Protist2008-Konferenz, 21-26 Juli, Halifax, Kanada.

LEANDER, B.S., HOPPENRATH, M. (2008). Ultrastructure and phylogeny of a novel tube-forming, intracellular parasite of dinoflagellates: Parvilucifera prorocentri sp. nov. (Alveolata, Myzozoa). Protist2008-Konferenz, 21-26 Juli, Halifax, Kanada.

HOPPENRATH, M., BACHVAROFF, T.S., HANDY, S., DELWICHE, C.F., LEANDER, B.S. (2008). Phylogeny and character evolution in dinoflagellates with complex organelles as inferred from SSU and LSU ribosomal gene sequences. 8th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates (DINO8), 04-09 Mai, Montreal, Kanada.

HOPPENRATH, M., LEANDER, B.S. (2008). Ultrastructure and phylogeny of a novel tube-forming, intracellular parasite of dinoflagellates: Parvilucifera prorocentri sp. nov. (Alveolata, Myzozoa). 8th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates (DINO8), 04-09 Mai, Montreal, Kanada.

SPARMANN, S.F., LEANDER, B.S., HOPPENRATH, M. (2008). Comparative morphology and molecular phylogeny of Apicoporus gen. nov. – a new genus of marine benthic dinoflagellates formerly classified within Amphidinium. 8th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates (DINO8), 04-09 Mai, Montreal, Kanada.

2006

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2006): Dinoflagellate, euglenoid or cercomonad? The ultrastructure and molecular phylogeny of Protaspis grandis sp. nov. 25. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, 8.-11. März, Liebenwalde/Berlin, Germany.

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2006): Ebriid phylogeny and the expansion of the “Cercozoa”. 25. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, 8.-11. März, Liebenwalde/Berlin, Germany.

2005

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2005): The phylogenetic position of two enigmatic lineages of phagotrophic flagellates: Ebria and Protaspis belong to the Cercozoa. 19th annual meeting of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, (CIAR) — Evolutionary Biology Program, Sept., Parksville , BC , Canada .

HOPPENRATH, M. & LEANDER, B.S. (2005): Ongoing projects on dinoflagellate biodiversity and evolution. 19th annual meeting of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, (CIAR) — Evolutionary Biology Program, Sept., Parksville , BC , Canada.

2004

ELBRÄCHTER, M., KUSBER, W.-H., JAHN, R. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2004): Peridinium splendor-marisEhrenberg is an Alexandrium-species, but not Blepharocysta splendor-maris sensu Stein, 1883!, 11th International Conference on Harmful Algae, 15-19 Nov., Cape Town , South Africa .

HOPPENRATH, M., KRABERG, A., MOROZOVA, T., WILTSHIRE, K.H., ELBRÄCHTER, M., LARSEN, J., VAULOT, D. & PATTERSON, D.J. (2004): Plankton*net, a distributed taxonomic database presenting microalgal biodiversity-data on the internet – a potential platform for harmful algae taxonomy and identification keys., 11th International Conference on Harmful Algae, 15-19 Nov., Cape Town, South Africa.

JAHN, R., ELBRÄCHTER, M., KUSBER, W.-H. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2004): Original material of Ehrenberg`s „Cryptomonas lima“ rediscovered: the identity of Prorocentrum lima reinvestigated., 11th International Conference on Harmful Algae, 15-19 Nov., Cape Town, South Africa.

WILTSHIRE, K.H., ENGELKE, C., HOPPENRATH, M., KRABERG, A., MANGELSDORF, P. & JANISCH, S. (2004): The Helgoland Roads Long-Term Data Series: new perspectives and techniques., Gordon Research Conference Series. Marine Microbes Picophytoplankton. From Ecology to Genomics. 6-10 June, Roscoff , France .

2003

HOPPENRATH, M., HALLIGER, H. & DREBES, G. (2003): Phytoplankton-Diatomeen von Helgoland und Sylt., 17. Deutschprachiges Diatomologen Treffen, 3.-6. April, AWI-Bremerhaven, Tagungszentrum Bredbeck , Germany .

MURRAY, S., HOPPENRATH, M. & PATTERSON, D.J. (2003): A web-based key to the sand-dwelling dinoflagellates., Seventh International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates, 21-25 Sept, Nagasaki, Japan.

2002

WILTSHIRE, K.H. & HOPPENRATH, M. (2002): The Helgoland Roads Long-term Data Series: new perspectives and techniques., ASCMAP-Workshop, 15.-21. April, AWI Bremerhaven , Germany .

2001

HOPPENRATH, M. (2001): Biodiversity of marine sand-dwelling flagellates from the North German Wadden Sea., International Phycological Congress, Thessaloniki, Greece.

HOPPENRATH, M., DREBES, G., ELBRÄCHTER, M., SCHAREK, R., BEUSEKOM, J. VAN & WILTSHIRE, K. (2001): The Helgoland and Sylt Marine Phytoplankton Time-Series (AWI)., International Phycological Congress, Thessaloniki , Greece .

1998

HOPPENRATH, M. (1998): Sand-dwelling dinoflagellates of the Wadden Sea (List/Sylt), with special emphasis on Roscoffia capitata., DINO6 – Sixth International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates, Trondheim, Norway.

Gerald Mayr
Dr. Gerald Mayr

Dr. Gerald Mayr ist Associate Editor der Zeitschrift  The Auk

Books

2016

(2) Mayr, G.: Avian Evolution: The Fossil Record of Birds and its Paleobiological Significance. Wiley-Blackwell, 293 pp. http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-111902076X.html

 2009

(1) Mayr, G.: Paleogene Fossil Birds. Springer, Heidelberg, 262 pp., 64 illus., ISBN: 978-3-540-89627-2.

 

Scientific articles and monographs

2019

(289) Mayr, G. & Smith, T.: New Paleocene bird fossils from the North Sea Basin in Belgium and France. Geologica Belgica; doi: 10.20341/gb.2019.003.

(288) Mayr, G. & Smith, T.: A diverse bird assemblage from the Ypresian of Belgium furthers knowledge of early Eocene avifaunas of the North Sea Basin. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 291 (3): 253-281.

(287) Mayr, G., Archibald, S. B., Kaiser, G. W. & Mathewes, R. W.: Early Eocene (Ypresian) birds from the Okanagan Highlands, British Columbia (Canada) and Washington State (USA). Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, doi: 10.1139/cjes-2018-0267.

(286) Mayr, G., Hervet, S. & Buffetaut, E.: On the diverse and widely ignored Paleocene avifauna of Menat (Puy-de-Dôme, France): new taxonomic records and unusual soft tissue preservation. Geological Magazine, 156: 572-584.

(285) Mayr, G., Bochenski, Z. M., Tomek, T., Wertz, K., Bienkowska-Wasiluk, M. & Manegold, A.: Skeletons from the early Oligocene of Poland fill a significant temporal gap in the fossil record of upupiform birds (hoopoes and allies). Historical Biology, doi: 10.1080/08912963.2019.1570507.

(284) Ksepka, D. T., Grande, L. & Mayr, G.: Oldest finch-beaked birds reveal parallel ecological radiations in the earliest evolution of passerines. Current Biology, 29 (4): 657-663.

(283) Kaye, T. G., Pittman, M., Mayr, G., Schwarz, D. & Xu, X.: Detection of lost calamus challenges identity of isolated Archaeopteryx feather. Scientific Reports, 9: 1182.

(282) Mayr, G.: A previously unnoticed vascular trait of the middle ear suggests that a cranial heat-exchange structure contributed to the radiation of cold-adapted songbirds. Journal of Ornithology, 160: 173-184.

(281) Nordén, K.K., Faber, J.W., Babarović, F., Stubbs, T.L., Selly, T., Schiffbauer, J.D., Peharec Štefanić, P., Mayr, G., Smithwick, F.M. & Vinther, J.: Melanosome diversity and convergence in the evolution of iridescent avian feathers – implications for paleocolour reconstruction. Evolution, 73: 15-27.

(280) Mayr, G., De Pietri, V. L., Scofield, R. P. & Smith, T.: A fossil heron from the early Oligocene of Belgium – the earliest temporally well-constrained record of the Ardeidae. Ibis, 161: 79-90.

(279) Mayr, G., Gingerich, P. D. & Smith, T.: Calcardea junnei Gingerich, 1987 from the late Paleocene of North America is not a heron, but resembles the early Eocene Indian taxon Vastanavis Mayr et al., 2007. Journal of Paleontology, 93 (2): 359-367.

2018

(278) Mayr, G. & Walsh, S.: Exceptionally well-preserved early Eocene fossil reveals cranial and vertebral features of a stem group roller (Aves, Coraciiformes). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 92: 715-726.

(277) Mayr, G.: Comparative morphology of the avian maxillary bone (os maxillare) based on an examination of macerated juvenile skeletons. Acta Zoologica; doi: 10.1111/azo.12268.

(276) Mayr, G.: Vögel – die artenreichste Wirbeltiergruppe in Messel [Birds – the most species-rich vertebrate group in Messel]. Pp 169-214 in: Schaal, S. K. F., Smith, K. & Habersetzer, J. (eds.): Messel – Ein fossiles Tropenökosystem [Messel – An ancient greenhouse ecosystem]. Schweitzerbart, Stuttgart; 355 pp.

Comment on Field et al. „Early evolution of modern birds structured by global forest collapse at the end-Cretaceous mass extinction“. [note: This comment can also be found online in the comment section of the article at https://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(18)30534-7]

(275) Mayr, G.: A survey of casques, frontal humps, and other extravagant bony cranial protuberances in birds. Zoomorphology, 137: 457-472.

(274) Mayr, G.: New data on the anatomy and paleobiology of sandcoleid mousebirds (Aves, Coliiformes) from the early Eocene of Messel. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 98: 639-651.

(273) Noriega, J. I. & Mayr, G.: The systematic affinities of the putative seriema Noriegavis santacrucensis (Noriega et al., 2009) from the Miocene of Argentina. Contribuciones del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, 7: 133-139.

(272) Elzanowski, A., Peters, D. S. & Mayr, G.: Cranial morphology of the Early Cretaceous bird Confuciusornis. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 38, e1439832.

(271) Elzanowski, A. & Mayr, G.: Multiple origins of secondary temporal fenestrae and orbitozygomatic junctions in birds. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 56: 248-269.

(270) Deeming, D. C. & Mayr, G.: Pelvis morphology suggests that early Mesozoic birds were too heavy to contact incubate their eggs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31: 701-708.

(269) Mayr, G., Scofield, P., De Pietri, V. & Worthy, T.: On the taxonomic composition and phylogenetic affinities of the recently proposed clade Vegaviidae Agnolín et al., 2017 ‒ neornithine birds from the Upper Cretaceous of the Southern Hemisphere. Cretaceous Research, 87: 178-185.

(268) Mayr, G. & Goedert, J. L.: First record of a tarsometatarsus of Tonsala hildegardae (Plotopteridae) and other avian remains from the late Eocene/early Oligocene of Washington State (USA). Geobios 51(1): 51-59.

(267) Mayr, G.: Size and number of the hypoglossal nerve foramina in the avian skull and their potential neuroanatomical significance. Journal of Morphology, 279: 274-285.

(266) Göhlich, U. B. & Mayr, G.: The alleged early Miocene Auk Petralca austriaca is a Loon (Aves, Gaviiformes): restudy of a controversial fossil bird. Historical Biology 30 (8): 1076-1083.

2017

(265) Mayr, G., De Pietri, V. L., Love, L., Mannering, A. A. & Scofield, R. P.: A well-preserved new mid-Paleocene penguin (Aves, Sphenisciformes) from the Waipara Greensand in New Zealand. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 37: e139816915.

(264_PDF) Mayr, G., Scofield, R. P., De Pietri, V.  L. & Tennyson, A. J. D.: A Paleocene penguin from New Zealand substantiates multiple origins of gigantism in fossil Sphenisciformes. Nature Communications 8: 1927; doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-01959-64.

(263) Steinheimer, F. D. & Mayr, G.: 50 Millionen Jahre Klimaeskapaden überlebt: tropische Faunenelemente aus dem Eozän. In: Meller, H. & Puttkammer, T. (Eds.): Klimagewalten – Treibende Kraft der Evolution. Theiss-Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 124-141.

(262) Mayr, G. & Smith, T.: First Old World record of the poorly known, swan-sized anseriform bird Paranyroca from the late Oligocene/early Miocene of France. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 286/3: 349-354.

(261) O’Reilly, S., Summons, R., Mayr, G. & Vinther, J.: Preservation of uropygial gland lipids in a 48-million-year-old bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 284: 20171050; doi: 10.1098/rspb.2017.1050.

(260) Reichert, J., Mayr, G., Wilke, T. & Peters, W. S.: Waders (Scolopacidae) surviving despite malaligned leg fractures in the wild: kinematics of bipedal locomotion. Avian Research 8:23; doi: 10.1186/s40657-017-0082-5.

(259) Meijer, H. J. M., Awe, R. D., Sutikna, T., Saptomo, W. E., Jatmiko, Wasisto, S., Tocheri, M. W. & Mayr, G.: Late Pleistocene songbirds of Liang Bua (Flores, Indonesia); the first fossil passerine fauna described from Wallacea. PeerJ 5:e3676; doi: 10.7717/peerj.3676.

(258) Mayr, G.: New species of Primozygodactylus from Messel and the ecomorphology and evolutionary significance of early Eocene zygodactylid birds (Aves, Zygodactylidae). Historical Biology, 29 (7): 875-884.

(257) Mayr, G. & Goedert, J. L.: Oligocene and Miocene albatross fossils from Washington State (USA) and the evolutionary history of North Pacific Diomedeidae. The Auk, 134 (3): 659-671.

(256) Mayr, G.: The early Eocene birds of the Messel fossil site: a 48 million-year-old bird community adds a temporal perspective to the evolution of tropical avifaunas. Biological Reviews, 92: 1174-1188.

(255) Smithwick, F., Mayr, G., Saitta, E. T., Benton, M. J. & Vinther, J.: On the purported presence of fossilized collagen fibres in an ichthyosaur and a theropod dinosaur. Palaeontology, 60: 409-422.

(254) Mayr, G.: Pectoral girdle morphology of Mesozoic birds and the evolution of the avian supracoracoideus muscle. Journal of Ornithology, 158: 859–867.

(253) Mayr, G., De Pietri, V. L. & Scofield, R. P.: A new fossil from the mid-Paleocene of New Zealand reveals an unexpected diversity of world’s oldest penguins. The Science of Nature 104: 9; doi:10.1007/s00114-017-1441-0.

(252) Mayr, G.: A small, “wader-like” bird from the early Eocene of Messel (Germany). Annales de Paléontologie, 103 (2): 141-147.

(251) Mayr, G.: Evolution of avian breeding strategies and its relation to the habitat preferences of Mesozoic birds. Evolutionary Ecology, 31: 131-141.

(250) Mayr, G.: Avian higher-level biogeography: Southern Hemispheric origins or Southern Hemispheric relicts? Journal of Biogeography, 44: 956-957.

2016

(249) Mayr, G. & Bocheński, Z. M.: A skeleton of a small rail from the Rupelian of Poland adds to the diversity of early Oligocene Rallidae. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 282/2: 125-134.

(248) Mayr, G.: The world’s smallest owl, the earliest unambiguous charadriiform bird, and other avian remains from the early Eocene Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia (USA). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 90: 747-763.

(247) Maxwell, E. E., Alexander, S., Bechly, G., Eck, K., Frey, E., Grimm, K., Kovar-Eder, J., Mayr, G., Micklich, N., Rasser, M., Roth-Nebelsick, A., Salvador, R. B., Schoch, R., Schweigert, G., Stinnesbeck, W., Wolf-Schwenninger, K., & Ziegler, R.: The Rauenberg fossil Lagerstätte (Baden-Württemberg, Germany): a window into early Oligocene marine and coastal ecosystems of Central Europe. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 463: 238-260.

(246) Mayr, G. & Schaal, S. K. F.: Gastric pellets with bird remains from the early Eocene of Messel. Palaios, 31: 447-451.

(245) Vinther, J., Nicholls, R., Lautenschlager, S., Pittman, M., Kaye, T. G., Rayfield, E., Mayr, G. & Cuthill, I.C.: 3D camouflage in an ornithischian dinosaur. Current Biology, 26: 2456-2462.

(244) Mayr, G., Pittman, M., Saitta, E., Kaye, T. G., Vinther, J.: Structure and homology of Psittacosaurus tail bristles. Palaeontology, 59: 793-802.

(243) Mayr, G.: Avian feet, crocodilian food and the diversity of larger birds in the early Eocene of Messel. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 96: 601-609.

(242) Mayr, G.: Osteology and phylogenetic affinities of the middle Eocene North American Bathornis grallator – one of the best represented, albeit least known Paleogene cariamiform birds (seriemas and allies). Journal of Paleontology, 90: 357-374.

(241) Mayr, G. & Goedert, J. L.: New late Eocene and Oligocene remains of the flightless, penguin-like plotopterids (Aves, Plotopteridae) from western Washington State, U.S.A. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 36: e1163573-2.

(240) Mayr, G.: On the taxonomy and osteology of the Early Eocene North American Geranoididae (Aves, Gruoidea). Swiss Journal of Palaeontology, 135: 315-325.

(239) Mayr, G.: Variations in the hypotarsus morphology of birds and their evolutionary significance. Acta Zoologica, 97: 196-210.

(238) Mayr, G.: Fragmentary but distinctive: three new avian species from the early Eocene of Messel, with the earliest record of medullary bone in a Cenozoic bird. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 279: 273-286.

(237) Mayr, G. & Scofield, R. P.: New avian remains from the Paleocene of New Zealand: the first early Cenozoic Phaethontiformes (tropicbirds) from the Southern Hemisphere. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 36: e1031343. DOI: 10.1080/02724634.2015.1031343.

2015

(236) Mayr, G.: Towards completion of the early Eocene aviary: A new bird group from the Messel oil shale (Aves, Eopachypterygidae, fam. nov.). Zootaxa, 4013 (2): 252-264.

(235) Zvonok, E., Mayr, G. & Gorobets, L.: New material of the Eocene Kievornis Averianov et al., 1990 and a reassessment of the affinities of this taxon. Vertebrate PalAsiatica, 53: 238-244.

(234) Mayr, G.: A new specimen of the Early Eocene Masillacolius brevidactylus and its implications for the evolution of feeding specializations in mousebirds (Coliiformes). Comptes Rendus Palevol, 14: 363-370.

(233) Mayr, G.: A reassessment of Eocene parrotlike fossils indicates a previously undetected radiation of zygodactyl stem group representatives of passerines (Passeriformes). Zoologica Scripta, 44: 587-602.

(232) Mayr, G., Goedert, J. L. & Vogel, O.: Oligocene plotopterid skulls from western North America and their bearing  on the phylogenetic affinities of these penguin-like seabirds. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 35 (4): e943764.

(231) Mayr, G.: Eocene fossils and the early evolution of frogmouths (Podargiformes): further specimens of Masillapodargusand a comparison with Fluvioviridavis. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 95 (4): 587-596.

(230) Zhao, T., Mayr, G., Wang, M. & Wang, W.: A trogon-like arboreal bird from the early Eocene of China. Alcheringa, 39 (2): 287-294.

(229) Mayr, G.: Skeletal morphology of the middle Eocene swift Scaniacypselus and the evolutionary history of true swifts (Apodidae). Journal of Ornithology, 156: 441-450.

(228) Mayr, G.: Cranial and vertebral morphology of the straight-billed Miocene phoenicopteriform bird Palaelodus and its evolutionary significance. Zoologischer Anzeiger, 254: 18-26.

(227) Mayr, G.: A new skeleton of the Late Oligocene “Enspel cormorant” – from Oligocorax to Borvocarbo, and back again. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 95: 87-101.

(226) Mayr, G. & Noriega, J. I.: A well-preserved partial skeleton of the poorly known early Miocene seriema Noriegavis santacrucensis (Aves, Cariamidae). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 60 (3): 589-598.

(225) Mayr, G.: New remains of the Eocene Prophaethon and the early evolution of tropicbirds (Phaethontiformes). Ibis, 157 (1): 54-67.

(224) Mayr, G.: The middle Eocene European “ratite” Palaeotis (Aves, Palaeognathae) restudied once more. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 89 (3): 503-514.

(223) Mayr, G.: A procellariiform bird from the early Oligocene of North America. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 275 (1): 11-17.

2014

(222) Mayr, G.: On the origin of feathers. Science, 346 (6216): 1466.

(221) Bertelli, S., Lindow, B. E. K., Dyke, G. J. & Mayr, G.: Erratum to: “Another Charadriiform-Like Bird from the Lower Eocene of Denmark”. Paleontological Journal, 48 (13): 1449-1456.

(220) Mayr, G.: Comparative morphology of the radial carpal bone of birds and the phylogenetic significance of character variation. Zoomorphology, 133: 425-434

(219) Mayr, G. & Bergmann, H.-H.: Aves. In: Westheide, W. & Rieger, G. (eds.): Spezielle Zoologie, vol. 2, 3rd edition, pp. 394-437. – Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg.

(218) De Pietri, V. L. & Mayr, G.: The enigmatic Ibidopodia palustris from the Early Miocene of France – the first Neogene record of Cariamiformes (Aves) in Europe. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 34 (6): 1470-1475.

(217) De Pietri, V. L. & Mayr, G.: The phylogenetic relationships of the Early Miocene Stork Grallavis edwardsi, with comments on the interrelationships of living Ciconiidae (Aves). Zoologica Scripta, 43: 576-585.

(216) De Pietri, V. L. & Mayr, G.: Re-appraisal of early Miocene rails (Aves, Rallidae) from central France: diversity and character evolution. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 52 (4): 312-322.

(215) Bertelli, S., Chiappe, L. M. & Mayr, G.: Phylogenetic interrelationships of living and extinct Tinamidae, volant palaeognathous birds from the New World. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 172 (1): 145-184.

(214) Mayr, G. & Pavia, M.: On the true affinities of Chenornis graculoides Portis, 1884 and Anas lignitifila Portis, 1884 – an albatross and an unusual duck from the Miocene of Italy. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 34 (4): 914-923.

(213) Mayr, G. & Wilde, V.: Eocene fossil is earliest evidence of flower-visiting by birds. Biology Letters, 10 (5): 20140223.

(212). Mayr, G.: On the Middle Miocene avifauna of Maboko Island, Kenya. Geobios, 47 (2): 133-146.

(211) Mayr, G.: The origins of crown group birds: molecules and fossils. Palaeontology, 57 (2): 231-242.

(210) Mayr, G. & Scofield, R. P.: First diagnosable non-sphenisciform bird from the early Paleocene of New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 44 (1): 48-56.

(209) Mayr, G. & De Pietri, V. L.: Earliest and first Northern Hemispheric hoatzin fossils substantiate Old World origin of a “Neotropic endemic”. Naturwissenschaften, 101 (2): 143-148.

(208) Mayr, G.: A hoatzin fossil from the middle Miocene of Kenya documents the past occurrence of modern-type Opisthocomiformes in Africa. Auk, 131 (1): 55-60.

(207) Mayr, G.: The Eocene Juncitarsus – its phylogenetic position and significance for the evolution and higher-level affinities of flamingos and grebes. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 13: 9-18.

2013

(206_PDF) De Pietri, V. L., Güntert, M. & Mayr, G.: A Haematopus-like skull and other remains of Charadrii (Aves, Charadriiformes) from the early Miocene of Saint-Gérand-le-Puy (Allier, France). – Pp 93-101 In: Göhlich, U.B. & Kroh, A. (eds.): Paleornithological Research 2013 – Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution. Natural History Museum Vienna, Vienna, 306 pp.

(205_PDF) Mayr, G., Zvonok, E. & Gorobets, L.: The tarsometatarsus of the middle Eocene loon Colymbiculus udovichenkoi. – Pp 17-22 In: Göhlich, U.B. & Kroh, A. (eds.): Paleornithological Research 2013 – Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution. Natural History Museum Vienna, Vienna, 306 pp.

(204_PDF) Mayr, G. & Smith, T.: Galliformes, Upupiformes, Trogoniformes, and other avian remains (?Phaethontiformes and ?Threskiornithidae) from the Rupelian stratotype in Belgium, with comments on the identity of “Anas” benedeni Sharpe, 1899. – Pp 23-35 In: Göhlich, U.B. & Kroh, A. (eds.): Paleornithological Research 2013 – Proceedings of the 8th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution. Natural History Museum Vienna, Vienna, 306 pp.

(203) Bertelli, S., Lindow, B. E. K., Dyke, G. J. & Mayr, G.: Another charadriiform-like bird from the Lower Eocene of Denmark. Paleontological Journal, 47 (11): 1282-1301.

(202) Mayr, G., Rana, R. S., Rose, K. D., Sahni, A., Kumar, K. & Smith, T.: New specimens of the early Eocene bird Vastanavis and the interrelationships of stem group Psittaciformes. Paleontological Journal, 47 (11): 1308-1314.

(201) Mayr, G., Goedert, J. L. & McLeod, S. A.: Partial skeleton of a bony-toothed bird from the late Oligocene/early Miocene of Oregon (USA) and the systematics of Neogene Pelagornithidae. Journal of Paleontology, 87 (5): 922-929.

(200_PDF) Mayr, G. & Manegold, A.: Can ovarian follicles fossilize? Nature, 499 (7457): E1.

(199) Mayr, G., Yang, J., de Bast, E., Li, C.-S. & Smith, T.: A Strigogyps-like bird from the middle Paleocene of China with an unusual grasping foot. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 33 (4): 895-901.

(198) Mayr, G.: Evolution der Vögel. Pp. 177-182 in: Storch, V., Welsch, U. & Wink, M. (eds.): Lehrbuch der Zoologie. Springer, Berlin (3rd edition).

(197) Mayr, G.: A derived pterygoid/palatine complex indicates sister group relationship between the Cuckoo Finch, Anomalospiza imberbis, and the Grosbeak Weaver, Amblyospiza albifrons. Journal of Ornithology, 154 (3): 879-882.

(196) Smith, N. A. & Mayr, G. Earliest northeastern Atlantic Ocean basin record of an auk (Charadriiformes, Pan-Alcidae): fossil remains from the Miocene of Germany. Journal of Ornithology, 154 (3): 775-782.

(195) Mayr, G.: Late Oligocene mousebird converges on parrots in skull morphology. Ibis, 155 (2): 384-396.

(194) Fjeldså, J., Mayr, G., Jønsson, K.A. & Irestedt, M. On the true identity of Bluntschli’s Vanga Hypositta perdita Peters, 1996, a presumed extinct species of Vangidae. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club, 133 (1): 72-75.

(193) Mayr, G.: The age of the crown group of passerine birds and its evolutionary significance – molecular calibrations versus the fossil record. Systematics and Biodiversity, 11 (1): 7-13.

(192) Mayr, G. & De Pietri, V. L. A goose-sized anseriform bird from the late Oligocene of France: the youngest record and largest species of Romainvilliinae. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 87: 423-430.

(191) Mayr, G.: Parvigruidae (Aves, core-Gruiformes) from the early Oligocene of Belgium. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 93 (1): 77-89.

2012

(190) De Pietri, V. L. & Mayr, G.: An assessment of the diversity of early Miocene Scolopaci (Aves, Charadriiformes) from Saint-Gérand-le-Puy (Allier, France). Palaeontology, 55: 1177-1197.

(189) Mayr, G. & Smith, T.: Phylogenetic affinities and taxonomy of the Oligocene Diomedeoididae, and the basal divergences amongst extant procellariiform birds. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 166: 854-875.

(188) Mayr, G. & Zvonok, E.: A new genus and species of Pelagornithidae with well-preserved pseudodentition and further avian remains from the middle Eocene of the Ukraine. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 32 (4): 914-925.

(187) Wang, M., Mayr, G., Zhang, J. & Zhou, Z.: Two new skeletons of the enigmatic, rail-like avian taxon Songzia Hou, 1990 (Songziidae) from the early Eocene of China. Alcheringa, 36 (4): 487-499.

(186) Mayr, G. & Smith, T.: A fossil albatross from the early Oligocene of the North Sea Basin. Auk, 129 (1): 87-95.

(185) Mayr, G. & Gregorová, R.: A tiny stem group representative of Pici (Aves, Piciformes) from the early Oligocene of the Czech Republic. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 86: 333-343.

(184_PDF) Wang, M., Mayr, G., Zhang, J. & Zhou, Z.: New bird remains from the Middle Eocene of Guangdong, China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 57 (3): 519-526.

2011

(183) Bertelli, S., Chiappe, L. M. & Mayr, G.: A new Messel rail from the Early Eocene Fur Formation of Denmark (Aves, Messelornithidae). Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 9 (4): 551-562.

(182) Mayr, G. & Zvonok, E.: Middle Eocene Pelagornithidae and Gaviiformes (Aves) from the Ukrainian Paratethys. Palaeontology, 54 (6): 1347-1359.

(181) Mayr, G.: Two-phase extinction of “Southern Hemispheric” birds in the Cenozoic of Europe and the origin of the Neotropic avifauna. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 91: 325–333.

(180) Mayr, G., Alvarenga, H. M. F. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: Out of Africa: Fossils shed light on the origin of the hoatzin, an iconic Neotropic bird. Naturwissenschaften, 98: 961-966.

(179_PDF) Mayr, G.: On the osteology and phylogenetic affinities of Morsoravis sedilis (Aves) from the early Eocene Fur Formation of Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 59: 23-35.

(178) Mayr, G.: Cenozoic mystery birds – on the phylogenetic affinities of bony-toothed birds (Pelagornithidae). Zoologica Scripta, 40: 448-467.

(177) De Pietri, V. L., Costeur, L., Güntert, M. & Mayr, G.: A revision of the Lari (Aves: Charadriiformes) from the early Miocene of Saint-Gérand-le-Puy (Allier, France). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 31 (4): 812-828.

(176) De Pietri, V. L., Manegold, A., Costeur, L. & Mayr, G.: A new species of woodpecker (Aves; Picidae) from the early Miocene of Saulcet (Allier, France). Swiss Journal of Palaeontology, 130 (2): 307-314.

(175) Mayr, G. & Bertelli, S.: A record of Rhynchaeites (Aves, Threskiornithidae) from the early Eocene Fur Formation of Denmark, and the affinities of the alleged parrot Mopsitta. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 91: 229-236.

(174_PDF) Mayr, G.: Senckenbergs Vogelskelette – Eine junge Sammlung als Grundlage aktueller Forschung. Natur Forschung Museum, 141 (3/4): 82-89.

(173) Mayr, G. & Richter, G.: Exceptionally preserved plant parenchyma in the digestive tract indicates a herbivorous diet in the Middle Eocene bird Strigogyps sapea (Ameghinornithidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 85 (3): 303-307.

(172) Mayr, G.: The phylogeny of charadriiform birds (shorebirds and allies) – reassessing the conflict between morphology and molecules. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 161: 916-934.

(171) Mayr, G.: Well-preserved new skeleton of the Middle Eocene Messelastur substantiates sister group relationship between Messelasturidae and Halcyornithidae (Aves, ?Pan-Psittaciformes). Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 9 (1): 159-171.

(170_PDF) Mayr, G., Alvarenga, H. & Clarke, J.: An Elaphrocnemus-like landbird and other avian remains from the late Paleocene of Brazil. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 56 (4): 679-684.

(169_PDF) Mayr, G.: Metaves, Mirandornithes, Strisores, and other novelties – a critical review of the higher-level phylogeny of neornithine birds. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 49 (1): 58-76.  COVER

2010

(168_PDF) Mayr, G.: Parrot interrelationships – morphology and the new molecular phylogenies. Emu 110 (4): 348-357.

(167) Mayr, G.: Mousebirds (Coliiformes), parrots (Psittaciformes), and other small birds from the late Oligocene/early Miocene of the Mainz Basin, Germany. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 258 (2): 129-144.

(166) Mayr, G.: Reappraisal of Eocypselus – a stem group representative of apodiform birds from the early Eocene of Northern Europe. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 90: 395-403.

(165) Hwang, S. H., Mayr, G. & Minjin, B.: The earliest record of a galliform bird in Asia, from the late Paleocene/early Eocene of the Gobi Desert, Mongolia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 30 (5): 1642-1644.

(164) Mayr, G. & Rubilar-Rogers, D.: Osteology of a new giant bony-toothed bird from the Miocene of Chile, with a revision of the taxonomy of Neogene Pelagornithidae. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 30 (5): 1313-1330.  COVER

(163_PDF) Mayr, G.: A new avian species with tubercle-bearing cervical vertebrae from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Germany). – In: Boles, W.E. & Worthy, T.H. (eds.): Proceedings of the VII International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution. Records of the Australian Museum, 62 (1): 21-28.

(162) Mayr, G., Rana, R.S., Rose, K.D., Sahni, A., Kumar, K., Singh, L. & Smith, T.: Quercypsitta-like birds from the early Eocene of India (Aves, ?Psittaciformes). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 30 (2): 467-478.

(161) Mayr, G. & Smith, T.: Bony-toothed birds (Aves: Pelagornithidae) from the middle Eocene of Belgium. Palaeontology, 53 (2): 365-376.

(160) Mayr, G. & Micklich, N.: New specimens of the avian taxa Eurotrochilus (Trochilidae) and Palaeotodus (Todidae) from the early Oligocene of Germany. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 84 (3): 387-395.

(159_PDF) De Pietri, V. L., Berger, J.-P., Pirkenseer, C., Scherler, L. & Mayr, G.: New skeleton from the early Oligocene of Germany indicates a stem-group position of diomedeoidid birds. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 55 (1): 23-34.

(158) Mayr, G. & Manegold, A.: Comment on Braun and Huddleston „A molecular phylogenetic survey of caprimulgiform nightbirds illustrates the utility of non-coding sequences”. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 55: 343-344.

(157_PDF) Mayr, G.: Phylogenetic relationships of the paraphyletic “caprimulgiform” birds (nightjars and allies). Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 48 (2): 126-137.

(156) Mayr, G.: Response to Lingham-Soliar: dinosaur protofeathers: pushing back the origin of feathers into the Middle Triassic? Journal of Ornithology, 151 (2): 523.

(155_PDF) Vinther, J., Briggs, D.E.G., Clarke, J., Mayr, G. & Prum, R.O.: Structural coloration in a fossil feather. Biology Letters, 6 (1): 128-131

2009

(154_PDF) Mayr, G.: A well-preserved skull of the “falconiform” bird Masillaraptor from the middle Eocene of Messel (Germany). Palaeodiversity, 2: 315-320.

(153) Systematik Aves, part. (with Bergmann, H.-H. & Sander, M.). In: Westheide, W. & Rieger, G. (eds.): Spezielle Zoologie, vol. 2, pp. 449-462. Spektrum-Verlag, Heidelberg.

(152_PDF) Mayr, G.: Towards the complete bird – the skull of the middle Eocene Messel lithornithid (Aves, Lithornithidae). Bulletin de l’Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, Sciences de la Terre, 79: 169-173.

(151_PDF) Mayr, G. & Poschmann, M.: A loon leg (Aves, Gaviidae) with crocodilian tooth from the late Oligocene of Germany. Waterbirds, 32 (3): 468-471.

(150_PDF) Mayr, G.: Notes on the osteology and phylogenetic affinities of the Oligocene Diomedeoididae (Aves, Procellariiformes). Fossil Record, 12 (2): 133-140.

(149) Brause, C., Gasse, H. & Mayr, G.: New observations on the splenius capitis and rectus capitis ventralis muscles of the Common Swift Apus apus (Apodidae). Ibis, 151: 633-639.

(148) Mayr, G.: A well-preserved second trogon skeleton (Aves, Trogonidae) from the middle Eocene of Messel, Germany. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 89: 1-6. 

(147) Mayr, G.: A small loon and a new species of large owl from the Rupelian of Belgium (Aves: Gaviiformes, Strigiformes). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 83: 247-254.

(146) Mayr, G.: A dwarf species of the Phalacrocoracoidea (cormorants and anhingas) from the early Miocene of Germany. Ibis, 151: 392-395.

(145_PDF) Mayr, G. & Zelenkov, N.: New specimens of zygodactylid birds from the middle Eocene of Messel, with description of a new species of Primozygodactylus. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 54 (1): 15–20.

2008

(144_PDF) Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: The peculiar scapula of the late Eocene Elaphrocnemus phasianus Milne-Edwards, 1892 (Aves, Cariamae). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 88 (2): 195-198.

(143_PDF) Mayr, G.: The Madagascan “cuckoo-roller” (Aves: Leptosomidae) is not a roller – notes on the phylogenetic affinities and evolutionary history of a “living fossil”. Acta Ornithologica, 43 (2): 226-230.

(142) Mayr, G.: Pumiliornis tessellatus Mayr, 1999 revisited – new data on the osteology and possible phylogenetic affinities of an enigmatic Middle Eocene bird. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 82 (3): 247-253.

(141_PDF) Mayr, G.: The higher-level phylogeny of birds – when morphology, molecules, and fossils coincide. Oryctos, 7: 67-74.

(140) Mayr, G., Hazevoet, C. J., Dantas, P. & Cachão, M.: A sternum of a very large bony-toothed bird (Pelagornithidae) from the Miocene of Portugal. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 28: 762-769.

(139) Mayr, G.: A skull of the giant bony-toothed bird Dasornis (Aves: Pelagornithidae) from the lower Eocene of the Isle of Sheppey. Palaeontology, 51: 1107-1116.

(138) Mayr, G.: Phylogenetic affinities and morphology of the late Eocene anseriform bird Romainvillia stehlini Lebedinsky, 1927. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 248: 365-380.

(137_PDF) Mayr, G.: First substantial Middle Eocene record of the Lithornithidae (Aves): A postcranial skeleton from Messel (Germany). Annales de Paléontologie, 94 (1): 29-37.

(136_PDF) Mayr, G.: The phylogenetic affinities of the parrot taxa Agapornis, Loriculus and Melopsittacus (Aves: Psittaciformes): Hypotarsal morphology supports the results of molecular analyses. Emu, 108 (1): 23-27.

(135) Mayr, G.: Phylogenetic affinities of the enigmatic avian taxon Zygodactylus based on new material from the early Oligocene of France. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 6 (3): 333-344.

(134_PDF) Mayr, G.: Avian higher- level phylogeny: well-supported clades and what we can learn from a phylogenetic analysis of 2954 morphological characters. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 46: 63-72. 

(133_PDF) Mayr, G.: The fossil record of galliform birds: comments on Crowe et al. (2006). Cladistics, 24: 74-76.

2007

(132) Mayr, G.: Synonymy and actual affinities of the putative Middle Eocene “New World vulture” Eocathartes Lambrecht, 1935 and “hornbill” Geiseloceros Lambrecht, 1935 (Aves, Ameghinornithidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 81(4): 457-462.

(131) Mayr, G.: The renaissance of avian paleontology and its bearing on the higher-level phylogeny of birds. Journal of Ornithology, 148 (Suppl 2): S455–S458. doi: 10.1007/s10336-007-0159-8. 

(130) Mayr, G.: The contribution of fossils to the reconstruction of the higher-level phylogeny of birds. Species, Phylogeny and Evolution, 1: 59-64.

(129) Mayr, G.: Die Vogelschar vor Fink und Star: Paläogene Vögel. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 37 (6): 376-382.

(128) Mayr, G.: A small representative of the Phalacrocoracoidea (cormorants and anhingas) from the late Oligocene of Germany. Condor, 109 (4): 929-942.

(127) Mayr, G. & Peters, D. S. The foot of Archaeopteryx: Response to Feduccia et al. (2007). Auk, 124 (4): 1450-1452.

(126) Mayr, G.: The flamingo-grebe clade: a response to Storer (2006). Auk, 124 (4): 1446-1447.

(125) Mayr, G. & Knopf, C.: A tody (Alcediniformes, Todidae) from the Lower Oligocene of Germany. Auk, 124 (4): 1294-1304.

(124_PDF) Kriegs, J. O., Matzke, A., Churakov, G., Kuritzin, A., Mayr, G., Brosius, J., & Schmitz, J.: Waves of genomic hitchhikers shed light on the evolution of gamebirds (Aves: Galliformes). BMC Evolutionary Biology 2007, 7: 190.  

(123) Mayr, G. & Knopf, C.: A stem lineage representative of buttonquails from the Lower Oligocene of Germany – fossil evidence for a charadriiform origin of the Turnicidae. Ibis, 149: 774-782.  

(122) Mayr, G.: New specimens of Eocene stem-group psittaciform birds may shed light on the affinities of the first named fossil bird, Halcyornis toliapicus Koenig, 1825. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 244 (2): 207-213.

(121) Mayr, G.: The birds from the Paleocene fissure filling of Walbeck (Germany). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 27 (2): 394-408.

(120_PDF) Mayr, G., Rana, R. S., Sahni, A. & Smith, T.: Oldest fossil avian remains from the Indian subcontinental plate. Current Science, 92 (9): 1266-1269.

(119) Mayr, G.: Exkurs: Evolution der Vögel. In: Storch, V., Welsch, U. & Wink, M. (eds.): Lehrbuch der Zoologie: 174-176. Berlin, Springer.

(118) Mayr, G.: Bizarre tubercles on the vertebrae of Eocene fossil birds indicate an avian disease without modern counterpart. Naturwissenschaften, 94: 681-685.

(117) Ericson, P. G. P., Anderson, C. L. & Mayr, G.: Hangin‘ on to our rocks ’n clocks – a reply to Brown et al. Biology letters, 3: 260-261.

(116_PDF) Mayr, G.: Ein „monströser“ Gänseschädel aus dem frühen Barock in der ornithologischen Sammlung des Senckenbergmuseums. Natur und Museum, 137 (3/4): 86-87.

(115) Mayr, G., Pohl, B., Hartman, S. & Peters, D. S.: The tenth skeletal specimen of Archaeopteryx. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 149 (1): 97-116.

(114) Mayr, G.: New specimens of the early Oligocene Old World hummingbird Eurotrochilus inexpectatus. Journal of Ornithology, 148 (1): 105-111.

2006

(113_PDF) Mayr, G., Poschmann, M. & Wuttke, M.: A nearly complete skeleton of the fossil galliform bird Palaeortyxfrom the late Oligocene of Germany. Acta Ornithologica, 41: 129-135.  

(112) Mayr, G.: New specimens of the Eocene Messelirrisoridae (Aves: Bucerotes), with comments on the preservation of uropygial gland waxes in fossil birds from Messel and the phylogenetic affinities of Bucerotes. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 80 (4): 390-405.

(111_PDF) Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: An unusual avian coracoid from the Paleogene Quercy fissure fillings in France. Strata, ser. 1, 13: 129-133.

(110) Mayr, G.: A specimen of Eocuculus Chandler, 1999 (Aves, ?Cuculidae) from the early Oligocene of France. Geobios, 39 (6): 865-872.

(109) Mayr, G.: First fossil skull of a Paleogene representative of the Pici (woodpeckers and allies) and its evolutionary implications. Ibis, 148: 824-827.

(108_PDF) Mayr, G. & Peters, D. S.: Response to Comment on “A well-preserved Archaeopteryx Specimen with Theropod Features”. Science, 313 (5791): 1238c.

(107_PDF) Ericson, P.G.P., Anderson, C.L., Britton, T., Elzanowski, A., Johansson, U.S., Källersjö, M., Ohlson, J.I., Parsons, T.J., Zuccon, D. & Mayr, G.: Diversification of Neoaves: integration of molecular sequence data and fossils. Biology Letters, 2 (4): 543-547.  (Electronic supplementary material).  

(106) Mayr, G. & Manegold, A.: A small suboscine-like passeriform bird from the early Oligocene of France. Condor, 108: 717-720.

(105) Mayr, G.: A new raptorial bird from the Middle Eocene of Messel, Germany. Historical Biology, 18 (2): 95-102.

(104) Mayr, G.: An osprey (Aves: Accipitridae: Pandioninae) from the early Oligocene of Germany. Senckenbergiana lethaea, 86 (1): 93-96.

(103_PDF) Mayr, G.: A rail (Aves, Rallidae) from the early Oligocene of Germany. Ardea, 94 (1): 23-31.

(102_PDF) Mayr. G. & Manegold, A.: New specimens of the earliest European passeriform bird. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 51 (2): 315-323.

(101) Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: Three-dimensionally preserved cranial remains of Elaphrocnemus (Aves, Cariamae) from the Paleogene Quercy fissure fillings in France. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 2006 (1): 15-27.

(100) Mayr, G.: New specimens of the early Eocene stem group galliform Paraortygoides (Gallinuloididae), with comments on the evolution of a crop in the stem lineage of Galliformes. Journal of Ornithology, 147 (1): 31-37.

2005

(99) Mayr, G.: Das zehnte Skelettexemplar eines Archaeopterygiden. Archaeopteryx, 23: 1-2.   

(98) Mayr, G.: A Fluvioviridavis-like bird from the Middle Eocene of Messel, Germany. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 42: 2021-2037.

(97_PDF) Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: A specimen of Parvicuculus Harrison & Walker 1977 (Aves: Parvicuculidae) from the early Eocene of France. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club, 125 (4): 299-304.

(96_PDF) Mayr, G., Pohl, B. & Peters, D. S.: A well-preserved Archaeopteryx Specimen with Theropod Features. Science, 310: 1483-1486.

(95) Mayr, G.: A tiny barbet-like bird from the Lower Oligocene of Germany: the smallest species and earliest substantial fossil record of the Pici (woodpeckers and allies). Auk, 122 (4): 1055-1063.

(94) Mayr, G.: Fossile Federträger aus dem Eozän. Nicht alle Vögel sind schon da. Vernissage, 21: 38-43.

(93) Mayr, G.: The Palaeogene Old World potoo Paraprefica Mayr, 1999 (Aves, Nyctibiidae): its osteology and affinities to the New World Preficinae Olson, 1987. Journal of Systematic Paleontology, 3 (4): 359-370.

(92) Mayr, G.: The postcranial osteology and phylogenetic position of the Middle Eocene Messelastur gratulator Peters, 1994 – a morphological link between owls (Strigiformes) and falconiform birds? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 25 (3): 635-645. COVER

(91) Mayr, G.: A new Eocene Chascacocolius-like mousebird (Aves: Coliiformes) with a remarkable gaping adaptation. Organisms, Diversity, and Evolution, 5 (3): 167-171.

(90_PDF) Erratum. Cladistics, 21: 303.

(89) Mayr, G.: A chicken-sized crane precursor from the early Oligocene of France. Naturwissenschaften, 92: 389-393. 

(88) Mayr, G.: New trogons from the early Tertiary of Germany. Ibis, 147: 512-518. 

(87) Schindler, T. & Mayr, G.: Der erste Vogelrest der Alzey-Formation (Rupelium, Oligozän) des Mainzer Beckens (SW-Deutschland) – ein Greifvogel (Accipitridae). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 42: 21-26.

(86) Mayr, G.: The Paleogene fossil record of birds in Europe. Biological Reviews, 80 (4): 515-542.

(85) Mayr, G.: A new cypselomorph bird from the Middle Eocene of Germany and the early diversification of avian aerial insectivores. Condor, 107 (2): 342-352.

(84) Mayr, G.: „Old World phorusrhacids“ (Aves, Phorusrhacidae): a new look at Strigogyps („Aenigmavis“) sapea (Peters 1987). PaleoBios, 25 (1): 11-16.

(83_PDF) Mayr, G.: Fossil Hummingbirds in the Old World. Biologist, 52 (1): 12-16.

(82) Mayr, G.: Phylogenetic affinities and composition of the early Eocene Gracilitarsidae (Aves, ?Piciformes). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 2005 (1): 1-16.

(81) Mayr, G.: Flamingos und Lappentaucher: ein Beispiel für extrem divergente Entwicklung in nahe verwandten Vogelgruppen. Natur und Museum, 135 (1/2): 36-37.

(80) Mayr, G.: Tertiary plotopterids (Aves, Plotopteridae) and a novel hypothesis on the phylogenetic relationships of penguins (Spheniscidae). Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 43 (1): 61-71. 

2004

(79) Mayr, G. & Ericson, P.: Evidence for a sister group relationship between the Madagascan mesites (Mesitornithidae) and the cuckoos (Cuculidae). Senckenbergiana biologica, 84 (1/2): 119-135.

(78_PDF) Mayr, G.: Phylogenetic relationships of the early Tertiary Messel rails (Aves, Messelornithidae). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 84 (1/2): 317-322.

(77_PDF) Morlo, M., Schaal, S., Mayr, G., & Seiffert, C.: An annotated taxonomic list of the Middle Eocene (MP 11) Vertebrata of Messel. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 252: 95-108.

(76_PDF) Mayr, G.: New specimens of Hassiavis laticauda (Aves: Cypselomorphae) and Quasisyndactylus longibrachis(Aves: Alcediniformes) from the Middle Eocene of Messel, Germany. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 252: 23-28.

(75) Peters, D. S., Mayr, G. & Böhm, K.: Ausgestorbene und gefährdete Vögel in den Sammlungen des Forschungsinstitutes und Naturmuseum Senckenberg. Abhandlungen der senckenbergischen naturforschenden Gesellschaft, 560: 1-101. [Extinct and endangered birds in the collections of Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Senckenberg].

(74) Manegold, A., Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: Miocene songbirds and the composition of the European passeriform avifauna. Auk, 121: 1155-1160.

(75) Mayr, G.: A partial skeleton of a new fossil loon (Aves, Gaviiformes) from the early Oligocene of Germany with preserved stomach content. Journal of Ornithology, 145 (4): 281-286.

(72) Mayr, G.: Fossile Kolibris aus Deutschland. Natur und Museum, 134 (8): 259-260.

(71) Mayr, G.: The phylogenetic relationships of the early Tertiary Primoscenidae and Sylphornithidae and the sister taxon of crown group piciform birds. Journal of Ornithology, 145 (3): 188-198.

(70) Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: Unusual tarsometatarsus of a mousebird from the Paleogene of France and the relationships of Selmes Peters, 1999. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 24 (2): 366-372. 

(69_PDF)  Erratum. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 42 (2): 173-174. 

(68_PDF) Mayr, G. & Weidig, I.: The Early Eocene bird Gallinuloides wyomingensis – a stem group representative of Galliformes. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 49 (2): 211-217. 

(67_PDF) Mayr, G.: Old World Fossil Record of Modern-Type Hummingbirds. Science, 304 (5672): 861-864. 

(66) Mayr, G. & Manegold, A.: The oldest European fossil songbird from the early Oligocene of Germany. Naturwissenschaften, 91 (4): 173-177. 

(65_PDF) Mayr, G. & Göhlich, U.: A new parrot from the Miocene of Germany, with comments on the variation of hypotarsus morphology in some Psittaciformes. Belgian Journal of Zoology, 134 (1): 47-54. 

(64) Mayr, G., Mourer-Chauviré, C. & Weidig, I.: Osteology and systematic position of the Eocene Primobucconidae (Aves, Coraciiformes sensu stricto ), with first records from Europe. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 2 (1): 1-12. 

(63) Mayr, G.: Morphological evidence for sister group relationship between flamingos (Aves: Phoenicopteridae) and grebes (Podicipedidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 140: 157-169. 

(62) Mayr, G.: Pseudasturides n. gen., a replacement name for the stem group parrot Pseudastur Mayr 1998 (preoccupied by Pseudastur Blyth 1850). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 83 (1/2): 2.

(61) Mayr, G.: Ein Papageienschnabel-Dinosaurier mit „Borsten“ am Schwanz. Natur und Museum, 134 (1): 26-28.  

2003

(60_PDF) Mayr, G. & Clarke, J.: The deep divergences of neornithine birds: a phylogenetic analysis of morphological characters. Cladistics, 19 (6): 527-553. 

(59) Mayr, G., Rheinwald, G. & Woog, F.: Ornithological Databases at some German Natural History Museums. In: Rheinwald, G. (ed.): Bird collections in Europe: The challenge of mutual cooperation. Bonner zoologische Beiträge, 51 (2/3): 221-224.

(58) Mayr, G., Manegold, A. & Johansson, U.: Monophyletic groups within „higher land birds“ – comparison of morphological and molecular data. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 41 (4): 233-248. 

(57) Mayr, G.: A new Eocene swift-like bird with a peculiar feathering. Ibis 145 (3): 382-391. 

(56) Mayr, G.: Phylogeny of early Tertiary swifts and hummingbirds (Aves: Apodiformes). Auk, 120 (1): 145-151. 

(55) Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: Phylogeny and fossil record of the Brachypteraciidae: a comment on Kirchman et al. (2001). Auk, 120 (1): 202-203. 

(54) Mayr, G.: The phylogenetic relationships of the Shoebill, Balaeniceps rex . Journal für Ornithologie, 144 (2): 157-175. 

(53) Mayr, G.: On the phylogenetic relationships of trogons (Aves, Trogonidae). Journal of Avian Biology, 34 (1): 81-88. 

(52) Mayr, G.: A postcranial skeleton of Palaeopsittacus Harrison, 1982 (Aves incertae sedis) from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Germany). Oryctos, 4: 75-82. COVER

 2002

(51) Mayr, G.: A new specimen of Salmila robusta (Aves: Gruiformes: Salmilidae n. fam.) from the Middle Eocene of Messel. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 76 (2): 305-316.

(50) Mayr, G. & Manegold, A.: Eozäne Stammlinienvertreter von Schwalmvögeln und Seglern aus der Grube Messel bei Darmstadt. Sitzungsberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin (N. F.), 41: 21-35. [Eocene stem group representatives of „caprimulgiform“ and apodiform birds from Grube Messel near Darmstadt; German with English abstract].

(49_PDF) Mayr, G.: On the osteology and phylogenetic affinities of the Pseudasturidae – Lower Eocene stem-group representatives of parrots (Aves, Psittaciformes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 136: 715-729. 

(48) Mayr, G.: An owl from the Paleocene of Walbeck, Germany. Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Geowissenschaftliche Reihe, 5: 283-288.

(47_PDF) Mayr, G., Peters, D. S. & Rietschel, S.: Petrel-like birds with a peculiar foot morphology from the Oligocene of Germany and Belgium (Aves: Procellariiformes). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22 (3): 667-676.  

(46_PDF) Mayr, G.: A skull of a new pelecaniform bird from the Middle Eocene of Messel, Germany. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 47 (3): 507-512. 

(45) Mayr, G.: A contribution to the osteology of the Middle Eocene ibis Rhynchaeites messelensis (Aves: Threskiornithidae: Rhynchaeitinae nov. subfam.). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 2002 (8): 501-512.

(44) Mayr, G.: Avian Remains from the Middle Eocene of the Geiseltal (Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany). In: Zhou, Z. and Zhang F. (eds.): Proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Beijing, 1-4 June 2000: 77-96. Beijing, Science Press.

(43) Mayr, G., Peters, D. S., Plodowski, G. & Vogel, O.: Bristle-like integumentary structures at the tail of the horned dinosaur Psittacosaurus . Naturwissenschaften, 89 (8): 361-365.  COVER

(42) Mayr, G.: A new species of Plesiocathartes (Aves: ?Leptosomidae) from the Middle Eocene of Messel, Germany. PaleoBios, 22 (1): 10-20. 

(41) Mayr, G. & Smith, R.: A new record of the Prophaethontidae (Aves: Pelecaniformes) from the Middle Eocene of Belgium. Bulletin de l’Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, 72: 135-138.

(40) Mayr, G. & Smith, R.: Avian remains from the lowermost Oligocene of Hoogbutsel (Belgium). Bulletin de l’Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, 72: 139-150. 

(39) Mayr, G.: Osteological evidence for paraphyly of the avian order Caprimulgiformes (nightjars and allies). Journal für Ornithologie, 143 (1): 82-97.

2001

(38_PDF) Mayr, G.: A cormorant from the late Oligocene of Enspel, Germany (Aves, Pelecaniformes, Phalacrocoracidae). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 81 (2): 329-333.

(37_PDF) Mayr, G.: Comments on the systematic position of the putative Lower Eocene parrot Pulchrapollia gracilis . Senckenbergiana lethaea, 81 (2): 339-341.

(36_PDF) Mayr, G.: A second skeleton of the early Oligocene trogon Primotrogon wintersteini Mayr 1999 (Aves: Trogoniformes: Trogonidae) in an unusual state of preservation. Senckenbergiana lethaea, 81 (2): 335-338.

(35_PDF) Mayr, G. & Smith, R.: Ducks, rails, and limicoline waders (Aves: Anseriformes, Gruiformes, Charadriiformes) from the lowermost Oligocene of Belgium. Geobios, 34 (5): 547-561

(34) Göhlich, U. B. & Mayr, G.: Zu Besuch bei Confuciusornis & Co. in Nordost-China. Natur und Museum, 131 (11): 401-409. .

(33_PDF) Mayr, G.: The relationships of fossil apodiform birds – a comment on Dyke (2001). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 81 (1): 1-2.

(32_PDF) Mayr, G. & Daniels, M.: A new short-legged landbird from the early Eocene of Wyoming and contemporaneous European sites. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 46 (3): 393-402.

(31) Mayr, G.: New specimens of the Middle Eocene fossil mousebird Selmes absurdipes Peters 1999. Ibis, 143 (3): 427-434. 

(30_PDF) Mayr, G.: A new specimen of the tiny Middle Eocene bird Gracilitarsus mirabilis (new family: Gracilitarsidae). Condor, 103 (1): 78-84. COVER

(29) Mayr, G.: Comments on the osteology of Masillapodargus longipes Mayr 1999 and Paraprefica major Mayr 1999, caprimulgiform birds from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Hessen, Germany). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 2001 (2): 65-76.

(28) Mayr, G.: The earliest fossil record of a modern-type piciform bird from the late Oligocene of Germany. Journal für Ornithologie, 142 (1): 2-6. 

2000

(27) Mayr, G.: Ein eozäner Papagei aus Messel. Papageien, 12: 416-417.

(26_PDF) Mayr, G.: Charadriiform birds from the early Oligocene of Céreste (France) and the Middle Eocene of Messel (Hessen, Germany). Geobios, 33 (5): 625-636.

(25_PDF) Mayr, G.: New or previously unrecorded avian taxa from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Hessen, Germany). Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Geowissenschaftliche Reihe, 3: 207-219.

(24_PDF) Mayr, G.: Tiny hoopoe-like birds from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Germany). Auk, 117 (4): 968-974.

(23) Mayr, G.: Die Vögel der Grube Messel – ein Einblick in die Vogelwelt Mitteleuropas vor 49 Millionen Jahren. Natur und Museum, 130 (11): 365-378.

(22) Mayr, G. & Mourer-Chauviré, C.: Rollers (Aves: Coraciiformes s.s.) from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Germany) and the Upper Eocene of the Quercy (France). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 20 (3): 533-546. 

(21_PDF) Mayr, G.: A new raptor-like bird from the Lower Eocene of North America and Europe. Senckenbergiana lethaea, 80 (1): 59-65.

(20_PDF) Mayr, G.: A new basal galliform bird from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Hessen, Germany). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 80 (1): 45-57.

(19) Mayr, G.: A remarkable new „gruiform“ bird from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Hessen, Germany). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 74 (1/2): 187-194.

(18) Mayr, G.: Exponat des Monats August: Ein Segler aus Messel. Natur und Museum, 130 (8): 264-265.

(17) Mayr, G.: A new mousebird (Coliiformes: Coliidae) from the Oligocene of Germany. Journal für Ornithologie, 141 (1): 85-92. 

(16) Mayr, G.: Peters, D. S. & Mayr, G.: Jagdglück im Sammlungskasten. Natur und Museum, 130 (1): 13-15.

1999

(15_PDF) Mayr, G. & Peters, D. S.: A record of Cossypha heinrichi Rand 1955 near Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo) with a comment on the osteology of this species (Aves: Passeriformes: Turdidae). Senckenbergiana biologica, 79 (2): 251-253.

(14) Mayr, G. & Gregor, H.-J.: Eine fossile Ralle aus dem Plio-Pleistozän von Bobila Ordis bei Banyols (Gerona, NE-Spanien). Documenta naturae, 127: 1-7.

(13_PDF) Mayr, G.: Pumiliornis tessellatus n. gen. n. sp., a new enigmatic bird from the Middle Eocene of Grube Messel (Hessen, Germany). Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 216: 75-83. 

(12) Mayr, G.: Caprimulgiform birds from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Hessen, Germany). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 19 (3): 521-532.

(11) Mayr, G. & Peters, D. S.: On the systematic position of the Middle Eocene swift Aegialornis szarskii Peters 1985 with description of a new swift-like bird from Messel (Aves, Apodiformes). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und aläontologie, Monatshefte, 1999 (5): 312-320.

(10_PDF) Dyke, G. & Mayr, G.: Did parrots exist in the Cretaceous period? Nature, 399: 317-318. 

(9) Mayr, G.: A new trogon from the Middle Oligocene of Céreste, France. Auk, 116 (2): 427-434. 

1998

(8_PDF) Mayr, G.: A new family of Eocene zygodactyl birds. Senckenbergiana lethaea, 78 (1/2): 199-209.

(7_PDF) Mayr, G. & Peters, D. S.: The mousebirds (Aves: Coliiformes) from the Middle Eocene of Grube Messel (Hessen, Germany). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 78 (1/2): 179-197.

(6_PDF) Mayr, G. & Daniels, M.: Eocene parrots from Messel (Hessen, Germany) and the London Clay of Walton-on-the-Naze (Essex, England). Senckenbergiana lethaea, 78 (1/2): 157-177.

(5) Mayr, G.: „Coraciiforme“ und „piciforme“ Kleinvögel aus dem Mittel-Eozän der Grube Messel (Hessen, Deutschland). Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 205: 1-101.

(4) Mayr, G.: Ein Archaeotrogon (Aves: Archaeotrogonidae) aus dem Mittel-Eozän der Grube Messel (Hessen, Deutschland)?Journal für Ornithologie, 139 (2): 121-129.

(3) Exponat des Monats Januar: ein eozäner Papagei aus Messel. Natur und Museum, 128 (1): 26-28.

1997

(2) Mayr, G.: Ein früchtefressender Spechtvogel. In: von Koenigswald, W. & Storch, G. (Hrsg.): Messel – Ein Pompeji der Paläontologie: 128-129, Thorbecke, Sigmaringen.  

1996

(1) Mayr, G.: Vergleichend-morphologische Untersuchung der Befiederung des Daumens. Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum in Berlin 72, Supplement: Annalen für Ornithologie, 20: 31-100.   

Christian Printzen
Dr. Christian Printzen

Selected publications

2020

Borsch T, Stevens AD, Häffner E, Güntsch A, Berendsohn WG, Appelhans MS, Ba-rilaro C, Beszteri B, Blattner FR, Bossdorf O, Dalitz H, Dressler S, Duque-Thüs R, Es-ser HJ, Franzke A, Goetze D, Grein M, Grünert U, Hellwig F, Hentschel J, Hörandl E, Janßen T, Jürgens N, Kadereit G, Karisch T, Koch MA, Müller F, Müller J, Ober D, Porembski S, Poschlod P, Printzen C, Röser M, Sack P, Schlüter P, Schmidt M, Schnittler M, Scholler M, Schultz M, Seeber E, Simmel J, Stiller M, Thiv M, Thüs H, Tkach N, Triebel D, Warnke U, Weibulat T, Wesche K, Yurkov A, Zizka G. 2020. A complete digitization of German herbaria is possible, sensible and should be started now. Research Ideas and Outcomes 6: e50675

Lutsak T, Fernández-Mendoza F, Kirika P, Wondafrash M, Printzen C. 2020. Coalescence-based species delimitation using genome-wide data reveals hidden diversity in a cosmopolitan group of lichens. Organisms Diversity and Evolution 20: 189–218. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13127-019-00424-0

Zhang Y, Wang XY, Li LJ, Printzen C, Timdal E, Yin AC, Wang SQ, Wang LS. 2020. Squamarina (lichenized fungi) species described from China belong to at least three unrelated genera. Mycokeys 66: 135–157. https://doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.66.39057

Gemeinholzer B, Vences M, Beszteri B, Bruy T, Felden J, Kostadinov I, Miralles A, Nattkemper TW, Printzen C, Renz J, Rybalka N, Schuster T, Weibulat T, Wilke T,  Renner SS. 2020. Data storage and data re-use in taxonomy – transforming taxonomy into big data science. Organisms Diversity and Evolution 20: 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13127-019-00428-w

Bungartz F, Elix JA, Printzen C. 2020. Lecanoroid lichens in the Galapagos Islands: the genera Lecanora, Protoparmeliopsis, and Vainionora (Lecanoraceae, Lecanoromycetes). Phytotaxa 431(1): 1–85. https://doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.431.1.1

2019

Yakovchenko L, Davydov E, Ohmura Y, Printzen C. 2019. The phylogenetic position of species of Lecanora s. l. containing calycin and usnic acid, with the description of Lecanora solaris Yakovchenko & Davydov sp. nov. Lichenologist 51: 147–156.

2018

Grewe F, Lagostina E, Wu H, Printzen C, Lumbsch HT. 2018. Population genomic analyses of RAD sequences resolves the phylogenetic relationship of the lichen-forming fungal species Usnea antarctica and Usnea aurantiacoatra. Mycokeys 43: 91–113.

Tønsberg T, Printzen C. 2018. Biatora troendelagica new to North America from Alaska, USA. Graphis Scripta 30: 161–165.

Printzen C,  Cezanne R, Eichler M, Jørgensen PM, Teuber D. 2018. An unusual record of Vahliella atlantica from Central Europe. Graphis Scripta 30: 88–93.

Lagostina E, Dal Grande F, Andreev M, Printzen C. 2018. The use of microsatellite markers for species delimitation in Antarctic Usnea subgenus Neuropogon. Mycologia 110: 1047–1057.

Zamora JC, Svensson M, Kirschner R, Olariaga I, Ryman S, Parra LA; Geml J, Rosling A, … Printzen C, … Ekman S [412 authors]. 2018. Considerations and consequences of allowing DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa. IMA Fungus 9: 167–175.

2017

Lücking R, Moncada B, McCune B, Farkas E, Goffinet B, Parker D, Chaves JL, Lőkős L, Nelson PR, Spribille T, Stenroos S, Wheeler T, Yanez-Ayabaca A, Dillman K, Gockman OT, Goward T, Hollinger J, Tripp EA, Villella J, Álvaro-Alba WR, Arango CJ, Cáceres MES, Coca LF, Printzen C, Rodríguez C, Scharnagl K, Rozzi R, Soto-Medina E, Yakovchenko LS. 2017. Pseudocyphellaria crocata (Ascomycota: Lobariaceae) in the Americas is revealed to be thirteen species, and none of them is P. crocata. Bryologist 120: 441–500.

Lagostina E, Dal Grande F, Ott S, Printzen C. 2017. Fungus-specific SSR markers in the Antarctic lichens Usnea antarctica and U. aurantiacoatra (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota). Applications in Plant Sciences 5(9): 1700054.

Printzen C, Blanchon DJ, Fryday AM, de Lange PJ, Houston DM, Rolfe JR. 2017. Lecanora kohu, a new species of Lecanora (lichenised Ascomycota: Lecanoraceae) from the Chatham Islands, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany 55: 439–451.Lutsak T, Fernández-Mendoza F, Nadyeina O, Şenkardeşler A, Printzen C. 2017. Testing the correlation between norstictic acid content and species evolution in the Cetraria aculeata group in Europe. Lichenologist 49: 39–56.

2016

Lutsak T, Fernández-Mendoza F, Greshake B, Dal Grande F, Ebersberger I, Ott S, Printzen C. 2016. Characterisation of microsatellite loci in the bipolar lichen-forming fungus Cetraria aculeata (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota). Applications in Plant Sciences 4(9): 1600047.

Printzen C, Halda JP, McCarthy JW, Palice Z, Rodriguez Flakus P, Thor G, Tønsberg T, Vondrák J. 2016. Five new species of Biatora from four continents. Herzogia 29: 566–585.

Zhao X, Leavitt SD, Zhao ZT, Zhang LL, Arup U, Grube M, Pérez-Ortega S, Printzen C, Śliwa L, Divakar PK, Crespo A, Lumbsch HT. 2016. Towards a revised generic classification of lecanoroid lichens (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota) based on molecular, morphological and chemical evidence. Fungal Diversity 78: 293–304.

Lutsak T, Fernández-Mendoza F, Kirika P, Wondafrash M, Printzen C. 2016. Mycobiont-photobiont interactions of the lichen Cetraria aculeata in high alpine regions of East Africa and South America. Symbiosis 68: 25–37.

Team Dieter Uhl
Prof. Dr. Dieter Uhl
Abteilungsleiter Paläontologie und Historische Geologie

Main research interests

  • Evolution of terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity in relation to abiotic factors during the last 300 million years (e.g. climate, fire and tectonics).
  • Qualitative and quantitative palaeoclimate and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction based on palaeobotanical proxies (i.e. palynomorphs and leaves).
  • Taphonomy of plant macro-remains.

Curriculum  Vitae

1990-1994 Studies in Biology / Kaiserslautern University
1994 Diploma in Biology (Plant physiology / Botany)
1995 Biology Department / Kaiserslautern University
1995 Working contract / Pfalzmuseum für Naturkunde Bad Dürkheim (Permocarboniferous palaeontology)
1996-2000 Palaeontology Department / Tübingen University
Nov. 1999 Dr. rer. nat. in Geology/Palaeontology
2000-2002 Post-Doc, Forschungsstelle für Paläobotanik / Münster University
2003-2004 Post-Doc, Institut of Geosciences / Tübingen University
Jan. 2005 Habilitation in Palaeontology / Tübingen University
Jan. 2005 – Jan. 2010 Privatdozent at Tübingen University
2005-2006 Feodor-Lynen Research Fellow (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation), Department of Paleoecology / Utrecht University
Mar. 2005 NWO – Von Humboldt Stiftung Prijs, awarded by Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
2007 Freelance palaeobotanist
since 09/2007 Scientist, Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Frankfurt am Main; (from 10/2007 – 12/2008 delegated to the Hessian Ministry of Science and Fine Arts)
since 01/2010 apl. Prof. at Tübingen University and head of section for Palaeoclimate and Palaeoenvironmental Research
05/2011 – 01/2014 Coordinator Senckenberg Centre for Human Evolution and Palaeoenvironment
01/2013 – 10/2016 temporary head of the Dept. of Palaeontology and Historical Geology
12/2013 – 11/2016 Visiting guest researcher („Pesquisador Visitante Especial“) at „Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ambiente e Desenvolvimento“ at UNIVATES (Lajeado, RS / Brazil) financed by „CAPES/CNPq – Ciências Sem Fronteiras“
since 11/2016 head of the Dept. of Palaeontology and Historical Geology

Teaching
SS – Vorlesung Biologie für Geowissenschaftler (Übernahme einzelner Themen)
WS – Vorlesung und Übungen Paläobotanik/Palynologie (Kompaktkurs im Anschluss an das Semester, zusammen mit A. Bruch)
WS – Vorlesung und Übungen Topics in Continental Paleobiology and -climatology (zusammen mit M. Bohme)

Publications Dieter Uhl
In press/accepted 

de Lima, F.J., Pires, E.F., Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Saraiva, A.A.F., Sayão, J.M., in press. Early Cretaceous (Aptian) wildfires in the Araripe Basin, Northeast Brazil – palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental implications. In: R. Iannuzzi, R. Rößler & L. Kunzmann (eds.), Brazilian Paleofloras, 12 pp., Springer. 
Kunzmann, L., Coiffard, C., de Oliveira Westerkamp, A.P.A., Batista, M.E.P., Uhl, D., Solórzano Kraemer, M.M., Mendes, M., Nascimento, Jr., D.R:, Innuzzi, R. & Silva Filho, W.F., accepted. The Crato flora, a 115 Million years old window into the Cretaceous world of Brazil. In: R. Iannuzzi, R. Rößler & L. Kunzmann (eds.), Brazilian Paleofloras, xx-xx. Springer. 
Spiekermann, R., Jasper, A., Guerra-Sommer, M., Ricardi-Branco, F.S., de Faria, R.S. & Uhl, D., in press. The Permian lycopsids from Brazil. In: R. Iannuzzi, R. Rößler & L. Kunzmann (eds.), Brazilian Paleofloras, 29 pp., Springer. 
Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Spiekermann, R., Benicio, J.S.W., Brugnera, A.S., Rockenbach, C., Carniere, J.S. & Silva, A.P., in press. Wildfires in Late Palaeozoic Strata in Brazil. In: R. Iannuzzi, R. Rößler & L. Kunzmann (eds.), Brazilian Paleofloras, 15 pp., Springer. 
 
2022 
Uhl, D., Spiekermann, R., Wuttke, M., Poschmann, M.J. & Jasper, A., 2022. Wildfires during the Paleogene (late Eocene – late Oligocene) of the Neuwied Basin (W-Germany). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 297, 104565 (12 pp.) 
 
2021 
 
211.  
Cleal, C.J., Pardoe, H.S., Berry, C.M., Cascales-Miñana, B., Davis, B.A.S., Diez, J.B., Filipova-Marinova, M.V., Giesecke, T., Hilton, J.,  Ivanov, D., Kustatscher, E., Leroy, S.A.G., McElwain, J.C., Opluštil, S., Popa, M.E., Seyfullah, L.J., Stolle, E., Thomas, B.A. & Uhl, D., 2021. Palaeobotanical experiences of plant diversity in deep time. 1: How well can we identify past plant diversity in the fossil record? Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 576, 110481 (20 pp.) 
 
210.  
Coiffard, C., Uhl, D., Aba Alkhayl, S.S., & El Atfy, H., 2021. An angiosperm dominated florula from the Cretaceous of Saudi Arabia. Cretaceous Research, 128, 104966 (9 pp.) 
 
209.  
de Lima, F.J, Sayão, J.M., de Oliveira Ponciano, L.C.M., Weinschütz, L.C., Figueiredo, R.G., Rodrigues, T., Bantim, R.A.M., Saraiva, A.A.F., Jasper, A., Uhl, D. & Kellner, A.W.A., 2021. Wildfires in the Campanian of James Ross Island: a new macro-charcoal record for the Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Research, 40, 5487 (10 pp.) 
 
208.  
El Atfy, H., El Beialy,S., El Khoriby, E.M. & Uhl, D., 2021. Continental palynomorphs from the Dabaa Formation, North-Western Desert, Egypt: a contribution to the reconstruction of the vegetation on the southern shores of the Tethys Ocean during the Early Oligocene. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 197, 291–321. 
 
207.  
El Atfy, H. & Uhl, D., 2021. Palynology and palynofacies of sediments surrounding the Edmontosaurus annectens mummy at the Senckenberg Naturmuseum in Frankfurt/Main (Germany). Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften, 172, 127-139.  
 
206.  
Jasper, A., Pozzebon-Silva, Â, Siquera Carniere, J. & Uhl, D., 2021. Palaeozoic and Mesozoic palaeo-wildfires – An overview on advances in the 21st century. Journal of Palaeosciences, 70, 159-171. 
 
205.  
Marder, F., Mueller de Lara, D., Jasper, A., Ethur, E.M., Uhl, D., Stülp, S., 2021. Avalição Química de lenhos carbonizados de Araucaria columnaris sob diferentes concentrações de oxigênio como comparativo de análise de charcoal fóssil. Química Nova, 44, 288-294. 
 
204.  
Marder, F., Mueller de Lara, D., Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Stülp, S., 2021. Evaluation of carbonized woods from Araucariaceae in different oxygen concentrations through thermogravimetry and scanning electron microscope. Ciencia e Natura, 43, e77 (23 pp.) 
 
203.  
Murthy, S., Mendhe, V.A., Uhl, D., Mathews, R.P., Mishra, V.K. & Gautam, S., 2021. Palaeobotanical and biomarker evidence for wildfire in the Early Permian (Artinskian) of the Rajmahal Basin, India. Journal of Palaeogeography, 10, 5 (21 pp.) 
 
202.  
Pardoe, H.S., Cleal, C.J., Berry, C.M., Cascales-Miñana, B., David, B.A.S., Diez, J.B., Filipova-Marinova, M.V., Giesecke, T., Hilton, J.,  Ivanov, D., Kustatscher, E., Leroy, S.A.G., McElwain, J.C., Opluštil, S., Popa, M.E., Seyfullah, L.J., Stolle, E., Thomas, B.A. & Uhl, D., 2021. Palaeobotanical experiences of plant diversity in deep time. 2: How to measure and analyse past plant biodiversity. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 580, 110618 (26 pp.) 
 
201.  
Poschmann, M.J., Nel, A., Schindler, T. & Uhl, D., 2021. Die Niedermoschel-Bank, ein bedeutender Fundhorizont mit einer hoch-diversen Insekten- und Pflanzenassoziation im Rotliegend (Unterperm) des Saar-Nahe-Beckens (Rheinland-Pfalz, SW-Deutschland). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 58, 17-40 
 
200.  
Spiekermann, R., Dolezych, M., Wuttke, M. & Uhl, D., 2021. Ein Cupressaceen-Holz aus dem pliozänen Kratersee von Ruppach-Goldhausen (Westerwald, Rheinland-Pfalz, SW-Deutschland). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 58, 41-52. 
 
199.  
Spiekermann, R., Jasper, A., Siegloch, A.M., Guerra-Sommer, M., Uhl, D., 2021. Not a lycopsid but a cycad-like plant: Iratinia australis gen. nov. et sp. nov. from the Irati Formation, Kungurian of the Paraná Basin, Brazil. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 289, 104415 (14 pp.) 
 
198.  
Uhl, D., Bruch, A.A. & Utescher, T., 2021. Introduction to the special issue “Palaeobotanical contributions in honour of Volker Mosbrugger”. In: Uhl, D., Bruch, A.A. & Utescher, T. (eds.) Palaeobotanical contributions in honour of Volker Mosbrugger. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 101, 1-8. 
 
197.  
Uhl, D. & Havlik, P., 2021. Edmonds Urzeit – Eine Dinograbung in Frankfurt. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 51, 238-245. 
 
196.  
Uhl, D. & Jasper, A., 2021. Wildfire during deposition of the “Illinger Flözzone” (Heusweiler-Formation; “Stephanian B”, Kasimovian – Ghzelian) in the Saar-Nahe Basin (SW-Germany). In: Uhl, D., Bruch, A.A. & Utescher, T. (eds.) Palaeobotanical contributions in honour of Volker Mosbrugger. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 101, 9-18. 
 
195.  
Uhl, D., Paudayal, K., Hervet, S. & El Atfy, H., 2021. Menatanthus mosbruggeri gen. nov. et sp. nov. – A flower with in situ pollen tetrads from the Paleocene maar lake of Menat (Puy-de-Dôme, France). In: Uhl, D., Bruch, A.A. & Utescher, T. (eds.) Palaeobotanical contributions in honour of Volker Mosbrugger. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 101, 51-58. 
 
2020 
 
194.  
El Atfy, H., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2020. A new record of Paradoxopteris stromeri Hirmer 1927 (Monilophyta, incertae sedis) from the Cenomanian of Sinai, Egypt. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 273, 104148 (5 pp.)  
 
193.  
Kubik, R., Marynowski, L., Uhl, D. & Jasper, A., 2020. Co-occurrence of charcoal, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and terrestrial biomarkers in an early Permian swamp to lagoonal depositional system, Paraná Basin, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. International Journal of Coal Geology, 230, 103590 (15 pp.) 
 
192.  
Lü Xinmiao, Paudayal, K.N., Uhl, D., Zhu Liping, Yao Tandong, Mosbrugger, V., 2020. Phenology and climatic regime inferred from airborne pollen on the northern slope of the Qomolangma (Everest) region. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 125 (24), e2020JD033405 (19 pp.) 
 
191.  
Spiekermann, R., Jasper, A., Benício, J.R.W., Guerra-Sommer, M., Ricardi-Branco, F.S. & Uhl, D., 2020. Late Palaeozoic lycopsids from the Paraná Basin in S-America – an historical overview. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 101, 102615 (27pp.) 
 
190.  
Uhl, D., 2020. A reappraisal of the ‘stomach’ contents of the Edmontosaurus annectens mummy at the Senckenberg Naturmuseum in Frankfurt (Germany). Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften, 171(1), 71-85.  
 
189.  
Uhl, D., 2020. Die Edmontosaurus-Mumie (Naturmuseum Spezial: Das Edmontosaurus Projekt). SENCKENBERG – natur • forschung • museum, 150 (4-6), 84-88. 
 
188.  
Uhl, D., Bocherens, H., El Atfy, H., Havlik, P., Methner, K., Mulch, A. & Solórzano Kraemer, M.M., 2020. Die Umwelt zu Edmonds Lebzeiten (Naturmuseum Spezial: Das Edmontosaurus Projekt). SENCKENBERG – natur • forschung • museum, 150 (4-6), 56-65. 
 
187.  
Uhl, D. & Havlik, P., 2020. Wie sah Edmond aus? (Naturmuseum Spezial: Das Edmontosaurus Projekt). SENCKENBERG – natur • forschung • museum, 150 (4-6), 54-55. 
 
186.  
Uhl, D., Jasper, A. & Wuttke, M., 2020. Anatomical preservation of silicified Corylites J.S.Gardner leaves from the Paleocene maar lake of Menat (Puy-de-Dôme, France). Geodiversitas, 42(26), 485-492.  
 
185.  
Uhl, D. & Kerp, H., 2020. 4.2.3 Die terrestrische Makroflora des Zechsteins. – In: Deutsche Stratigraphische Kommission (Hrsg.; Koordination und Redaktion: J. Paul & H. Heggemann für die Subkommission Perm-Trias): Stratigraphie von Deutschland XII. Zechstein. – In: Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften, 89: 83-91. 
 
184.  
Uhl, D., Wuttke, M. & Jasper, A., 2020. Woody charcoal with traces of pre-charring decay from the Late Oligocene (Chattian) of Norken (Westerwald, Rhineland-Palatinate, W-Germany). Acta Palaeobotanica, 60, 43-50. 
 
183.  
Yun Xu, Uhl, D., Zhang Ning, Zhao Cunliang, Qin Shenjun Liang Handong, Sun Yuzhuang, 2020. Evidence of widespread wildfires in coal seams from the Middle Jurassic of Northwest China and its impact on paleoclimate. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 559, 109819 (12pp.). 

2019

182.
Abu Hamad, A.M.B., Al-Saqarat, B., Goncalves, C.V., Spiekermann, R., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2019. The first record of Dicroidium from the Triassic palaeotropics based on dispersed cuticles from the Anisian Mukheiris Formation of Jordan. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 93(3), 487-498.

181.
Badihagh, M.T., Sajjadi, F., Farmani, T. & Uhl, D., 2019. Middle Jurassic palaeoenvironment and palaeobiogeography of the Tabas Block, Central Iran: palynological and palaeobotanical investigations. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 99(3), 379-399.

180.
Badihagh, M.T. & Uhl, D., 2019. The first occurrence of Phlebopteris dunkeri and Phlebopteris woodwardii (Matoniaceae) from the Middle Jurassic of Iran. Journal of Palaeogeography, 8: 6 (10 pp).

179.
Benício, J.R.W., Jasper, A., Spiekermann, R., Garavaglia, L., Pires-Oliveira, E.F., Machado, N.T.G. & Uhl, D., 2019. Recurrent palaeo-wildfires in a Cisularian coal seam: A palaeobotanical view on high-inertinite coals from the Lower Permian of the Paraná Basin, Brazil. PLOS One, 14(3): e0213854 (18 pp).

178.
Benício, J.R.W., Jasper, A., Spiekermann, R., Rockenbach, C.I., Cagliari, J., Pires-Oliveira, E.F., & Uhl, D., 2019. The first evidence of palaeo-wildfire from the Itararé Group, southernmost portion of the Paraná Basin, Brazil. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 93: 155-160.

177.
de Lima, F.J., Pires, E.F., Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Saraiva, A.A.F., Sayão, J.M., 2019. Fire in the paradise: evidence of repeated palaeo-wildfires from the Araripe Fossil Lagerstätte (Araripe Basin, Aptian-Albian), Northeast Brazil. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 99(3), 367-378.

176.
El Atfy, H., Anan, T., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2019. Repeated occurrence of palaeo-wildfires during deposition of the Bahariya Formation (Early Cenomanian) of Egypt. Journal of Palaeogeography, 8:28 (14 pp.)

175.
El Atfy, H., Havlik, P., Krüger, P.S., Manfroi, J., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2019. Pre-Quaternary wood decay ‘caught in the act’ by fire – Examples of plant-microbe-interactions preserved in charcoal from clastic sediments. Historical Biology, 31, 952-961.

174.
Uhl, D., Jasper, A., Solorzano Kraemer, M.M. & Wilde, V., 2019. Charred biota from an Early Cretaceous fissure fill in the Sauerland (Rüthen-Kallenhardt, Northrhine-Westphalia, W-Germany) and their palaeoenvironmental implications. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 293(1): 83-105.

173.
Uhl, D., Klein, E., Schindler, T. & Wuttke, M., 2019. Ein Massenvorkommen von Osmunda (Plenasium) lignitum (Giebel) Stur (Osmundaceae) im Oberoligozän von Guckheim (Westerwald, Rheinland-Pfalz, W-Deutschland). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 56: 59-70.

2018

172.
Adhikari, P., Srivastava, G., Mehrotra, R.C., Adhikari, D., Shrestha, K., Uhl, D. & Paudayal, K.N., 2018. Leaf impressions of Terminalia (Combretaceae) and Daphnogene (Lauraceae) from the Middle Siwalik of the Chatara-Barahakshetra area, eastern Nepal. Bulletin of Department of Geosciences, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal, 20-21, 21-28.

171.
Agnihotri, D., Pillai, S., Aggarwalli, N., Tewari, R., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2018. Palynomorphs from the Barakar Formation of Dhanpuri Open Cast Mine, Sohagpur Coalfield, Madhya Pradesh, India. The Palaeobotanist, 67, 171-184.

170.
Amler, M.R.W., Kauffmann, G. & Uhl, D., 2018. Chapter 42: GeoArchive Marburg (Geological and Palaeontological Collections of the former Faculty of Geosciences, Philipps University of Marburg). In: Beck, L.A. & Joger, U., (eds.), Paleontological Collections of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 419-426. Springer.

169.
Cardoso, D., Mizusaki, A. M. P., Guerra-Sommer, M., Menegat, R., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2018. Wildfires in the Triassic of Gondwana Paraná Basin. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 82, 193-206.

168.
de Lara, D.M., Bresciani, L., Hilgemann, M., Osterkamp, I.C., Jasper, A., Ferrão, M.F., Uhl, D., Stülp, S., 2018. Proposição de metodologia de termodegradação por meio de fragmentos de lenjos da Araucaria columnaris. Periódico Tchê Química, 15, 106-112.

167.
Kunzmann L., Uhl, D., Krüger, P.S., 2018. Whitish leaves in Eocene lignites in central Germany – a brief survey from the viewpoint of palaeobotany. Freiberger Forschungshefte, C 554, 213-223.

166.
Osterkamp, I.C., de Lara, D.M., Gonçalves, T.A.P., Kauffmann, M., Périco, E., Stülp, S., Uhl, D., Jasper, A., 2018. Changes of wood anatomical characters of selected species of Araucaria during artificial charring – implications for palaeontology. Acta Botânica Brasilica, 32, 198-211.

165.
Spiekermann, R., Uhl, D., Benício, J.R.W., Guerra-Sommer, M. & Jasper, A., 2018. A remarkable mass-assemblage of lycopsid stems from the Rio Bonito Formation, Early Permian of the Paraná Basin, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 98, 369-384.

164.
Uhl, D. & Jasper, A., 2018. Charred conifer remains from the Late Oligocene – Early Miocene of Northern Hesse (Germany). Acta Palaeobotanica, 58, 175-184.

163.
Uhl, D., Krüger, P.S, & Wuttke, M., 2018. Epidermal anatomy of Glyptostrobus europaeus (Brongniart) Unger from the Late Oligocene of the Westerwald (Rhineland-Palatinate, W-Germany). Fossil Imprint, 75, 334-340.

162.
Uhl, D., Kunzmann, L., Hertler, C., Kahlke, R.-D., Keiler, J,-A., Königshof, P., Kullmer, A., Schaal, S., Smith, K., Sólorzano Kraemer, M.M., Stebich, M., Tietz, O. & Wilmsen, M., 2018. Chapter 21: Palaeontological collections of the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung. In: Beck, L.A. & Joger, U., (eds.), Paleontological Collections of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 209-240. Springer.

161.
Uhl, D. & Poschmann, M., 2018. Groenlandia pescheri sp. nov. (Potamogetonaceae) from the Late Oligocene Fossil-Lagerstätte Enspel (Westerwald, Germany). Acta Palaeobotanica, 58, 61-72.

160.
Wedmann, S., Uhl, D., Lehmann, T., Garrouste, R., Nel, A., Gomez, B., Smith, K.T. K., Schaal, S.F.K., 2018. The Konservat-Lagerstätte Menat (Paleocene; France) – an overview and new insights. Geologica Acta, 16, 189-213.

2017

159.
de Lara, D.M., Bresciani, L., Osterkamp, I.C., Hilgemann, M., Ethur, E., Jasper, A., Ferrão, M.F., Uhl, D., Stulp, S., 2017. Avaliação de fragmentos de lenhos carbonizados de Araucariaceae por meio de análise por termogravimetria e infravermelhoe associado á análise multivariada. Química Nova, 40, 895-901.

158.
El Atfy, H., Brocke, R. & Uhl, D., 2017. Palynology of the Miocene Rudeis and Kareem formations (Gharandal Group), GH 404-2A Well, Gulf of Suez, Egypt. Abhandlungen der Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, 573, 1-136.

157.
Jasper, A., Agnihotri, D., Tewari, R., Spiekermann, R., Pires, E.F., da Rosa, Á.A.S. & Uhl, D., 2017. Fires in the mire: repeated fire events in Early Permian ‘peat forming’ vegetation of India. Geological Journal, 52, 955-569.

156.
Krüger, P., Paudayal, K., Wuttke, M. & Uhl, D., 2017. Ein Beitrag zur oberoligozänen Makroflora von Norken (Westerwald, Rheinland-Pfalz, W-Deutschland). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 54, 65-81.

155.
Srivastava, G., Adhikari, P., Mehrotra, R.C., Paudel, L., Uhl, D. & Paudayal, K.N., 2017. Dipterocarpus Gaertn. (Dipterocarpaceae) leaf from the Middle Siwalik of eastern Nepal and its phytogeographic and climatic significance. Journal of Nepal Geological Society, 53, 39-46.

154.
Scholze, F., Abu Hamad, A., Schneider, J.W., Golubev, V.K., Sennikov, A.G., Voigt, S. & Uhl, D., 2017. An enigmatic ‘conchostracan’ fauna in the eastern Dead Sea Region of Jordan: First records of Rossolimnadiopsis Novozhilov from the Early Triassic Ma’in Formation. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 466, 314-325.

153.
Uhl, D., 2017. Neue Funde der fossilen Krebsschere Stratiotes kaltennordheimensis (Zenker) Keilhack (Hydrocharitaceae) aus dem Oberoligozän des Westerwaldes (Rheinland-Pfalz, W-Deutschland). Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 98, 41-49.

152.
Uhl, D., 2017. Die Fossillagerstätte Öhningen in Baden-Württemberg. Erdgeschichten. Geologie im Ruhrmuseum. 248-249. Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Essen.

2016

151.
Abu Hamad, A.M.B., Amireh, B., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2016. New palaeobotanical data from the Jarash Formation (Aptian-Albian, Kurnub Group) of NW Jordan. The Palaeobotanist, 65, 19-29.

150.
Abu Hamad, A.M.B., Amireh, B., El Atfy, H., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2016. Fire in a Weichselia-dominated coastal ecosystem from the Early Cretaceous (Barremian) of the Kurnub Group in NW Jordan. Cretaceous Research, 66, 82-93.

149.
Agnihotri, D., Tewari, R., Pillai, S.S.K., Jasper, A., Uhl, D., 2016. Early Permian Glossopteris flora from Sharda Open Cast Mine, Sohagpur Coalfield, Shahdol District, Madhya Pradesh. The Palaeobotanist, 65, 97-107.

148.
Benicio, J.R.W., Pires, E.F., da Rosa, A.A.S., Uhl, D. & Jasper, A., 2016. A new fossil Fabaceae wood from the Pleistocene Touro Passo Formation of Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil. Fossil Imprint, 72, 251-264.

147.
Benicio, J.R.W., Spiekermann, R., Manfroi, J., Uhl, D., Pires, E.F. & Jasper, A., 2016. Palaeoclimatic inferences based on dendrological patterns of permineralized wood from the Permian of the Northern Tocantins Petrified Forest, Parnaíba Basin, Brazil. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 96, 255-264.

146.
Bhandari, S., Momohara, A., Uhl, D. & Paudayal, K.N., 2016. Paleoclimatic significance of the Late Quaternary plant macrofossils from the Gokarna Formation, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 228, 98-112.

145.
Dos Santos, Â.C.S., Celestino Holanda, E., de Souza, V., Guerra-Sommer, M., Manfroi, J., Uhl, D. & Jasper, A., 2016. Evidence of palaeo-wildfire from the late Early Cretaceous (Serra do Tucano Formation, Aptian-Albian) of Roraima (North Brazil). Cretaceous Research, 57, 46-49.

144.
El Atfy, H., Abeed, Q., Uhl, D. & Littke, R., 2016. Palynology, palynofacies analysis, depositional environments and source rock potential of Lower Cretaceous successions in southern Iraq. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 76, 362-376.

143.
El Atfy, H., Sallam, H., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2016. The first evidence of palaeo-wildfire from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian) of North Africa. Cretaceous Research, 57, 306-310.

142.
Jasper, A., Manfroi, J., Uhl, D., Tewari, R., Guerra-Sommer, M., Spiekermann, R., Osterkamp, I.C., Bernardes-de-Oliveira, M.E.C., Pires, E.P., da Rosa, A.A.S., 2016. Indo-Brazilian Late Paleozoic palaeo-wildfires: an overview on macroscopic charcoal remains. Geologia USP, Série Científica, 16, 87-97.

141.
Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Agnihotri, D., Tewari, R., Pandita, S.K., Benicio, J.R.W., Pires, E.F., da Rosa, A.A.S., Bhat, G.D., Pillai, S.S.K., 2016. Evidence of wildfire in the Late Permian (Changsinghian) Zewan Formation of Kashmir, India. Current Science, 110, 419-423.

140.
Kauffmann, M., Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Meneghini, J., Osterkamp, I.C., Zvirtes, G. & Pires, E.F., 2016. Evidence for palaeo-wildfire in the Late Permian palaeotropics -charcoal from the Motuca Formation in the Parnaíba Basin, Brazil. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 450, 122-128.

139.
Nungesser, K. & Uhl, D., 2016. Neue Nachweise fossiler Wasserpflanzen aus der Schildberg Subformation der Sulzheim Formation (Oligozän, Rupelium) des Mainzer Beckens (Rheinland-Pfalz, SW-Deutschland). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 53, xx-xx.

138.
Paudayal, K., Paudel, L. & Uhl, D., 2016. A new occurrence of silicified wood from the Early Cretaceous (Berriasian) Kagbeni Formation of north Central Nepal. The Palaeobotanist, 65, 61-66.

137.
Uhl, D. & Jasper, A., 2016. New data on the flora of the basal Rotliegend Group (Remigiusberg Formation; Gzhelian) in the Saar-Nahe basin (SW-Germany). Fossil Imprint, 72, 239-250.

136.
Uhl, D., Jasper, A., Valerius, T., Manfroi, J., Guerra-Sommer, M. & Ricardi-Branco, F.S., 2016. Hepaticites iporangae Ricardi-Branco, Faria, Jasper, and Guerra-Sommer, 2011 from the Early Permian of the Paraná basin, Brazil, is not a liverwort but a tracheophyte. Journal of Paleontology, 90, 632–639.

135.
Uhl, D., 2016. 35 Abgrenzungsfeld naturwissenschaftliche Forschungssammlung. – In: Walz, M. (Hrsg.), Handbuch Museum – Geschichte, Aufgaben, Perspektiven, 163-165. Verlag J.B. Metzler, Stuttgart.

2015

134.
Abu Hamad, A., Scholze, F., Schneider, J.W., Golubev, V.K., Voigt, S., Uhl, D. & Kerp, H., 2015. First occurrence of the Permian-Triassic enigmatic conchostracan Rossolimnadiopsis Novozhilov, 1958 from the Dead Sea, Jordan – preliminary report. Permophiles, 62, 22-25.

133.
Abu Hamad, A.M.B. & Uhl, D., 2015. A new macroflora from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) of NW Jordan and its palaeoenvironmental significance. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abh., 278, 109-122.

132.
Favre, A, Päckert, M., Pauls, S., Jähnig, S.C., Uhl, D., Michalak, I., Muellner-Riehl, A.N., 2015. The role of the uplift of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau for the evolution of Tibetan biotas. – Biological Reviews, 90, 236-253.

131.
Köcke, V. & Uhl, D., 2015. The leaf assemblage from the Early – Middle Miocene locality Sulzigtobel near Werthenstein (Canton Lucerne, Switzerland). Phytologia Balcanica, 21(2), 99-109.

130.
Kubik, R., Uhl, D. & Marynowski, L., 2015. Evidence of wildfires during deposition of the Upper Silesian Keuper succession. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae, 85, 685-696.

129.
Manfroi, J., Lindner Dutra, T., Gnaedinger, S.C., Uhl, D. & Jasper, A., 2015. The first report of a Campanian palaeo-wildfire in the West Antarctic Peninsula. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 418, 12-18.

128.
Manfroi, J., Uhl, D., Guerra-Sommer, M., Francischin, H., Martinelli, A.G., Soares, M.B. & Jasper, A., 2015. Extending the database of Permian palaeo-wildfire on Gondwana: charcoal remains from the Rio do Rasto Formation (Paraná basin), Middle Permian, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 436, 77-84.

127.
Moraweck, K., Uhl, D. & Kunzmann, L., 2015. Estimation of late Eocene terrestrial palaeoclimate: contributions from megafloral assemblages from central Germany. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 433, 247-258.

126.
Philippe, M., Pacyna, G., Wawrzyniak, Z., Barbacka, M., Boka, K., Filipiak, P., Marynowski, L., Theveneard, F. & Uhl, D., 2015. News from an old wood – Agathoxylon keuperianum (Unger) nov. comb. in the Keuper of Poland and France. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 221, 83-91.

125.
Poschmann, M., Wedmann, S., Schindler, T., Uhl, D. & Wuttke, M., in press. Eine Arthropoden/Pflanzen-Taphozönose aus einem pliozänen Kratersee bei Ruppach-Goldhausen, Westerwald (Rheinland-Pfalz, SW-Deutschland). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 52, 103-117.

124.
Uhl, D., 2015. Preliminary note on fossil flowers and inflorescences from the Late Oligocene of Enspel (Westerwald, W-Germany). Palaeobiodiversity & Palaeoenvironments, 95, 47-53.

123.
Uhl, D., 2015. Das Klima der Pfalz und angrenzender Regionen im Tertiär. In: Diehl, P., Imhoff, A. & Möller, L. (Hrsg.): Wissensgesellschaft Pfalz – 90 Jahre Pfälzische Gesellschaft zur Förderung derWissenschaften. Veröffentlichungen der Pfälzischen Gesellschaft zur Förderung derWissenschaften, 116, 445-454.

122.
Uhl, D., 2015. Wälder wie in Ostasien – der Westerwald vor 25 Millionen Jahren. In: Geiger, M. & Helb, H.-W. (Hrsg.), Naturforschung, Naturschutz und Umweltbildung – 175 Jahre POLLICHA. POLLICHIA Sonderveröffentlichung, 23, 64-65.

121.
Uhl, D. & Voigt, S., 2015. Eine weltweit einmalige Fossilplatte und ihre Bergungsgeschichte. In: Geiger, M. & Helb, H.-W. (Hrsg.), Naturforschung, Naturschutz und Umweltbildung – 175 Jahre POLLICHA. POLLICHIA Sonderveröffentlichung, 23, 54-55.

2014

120.
Abu Hamad, A.M.B., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., 2014. Wood remains from the Late Triassic (Carnian) Abu Ruweis Formation of Jordan and their palaeoenvironmental significance. – Journal of African Earth Sciences, 95, 168-174.

119.
El Atfy, H., Brocke, R., Uhl, D., Ghassal, B., Stock, A.T. &Littke, R., 2014. Source rock potential and paleoenvironment of the Miocene Rudeis and Kareem formations, Gulf of Suez, Egypt: An integrated palynofacies and organic geochemical approach. International Journal of Coal Geology, 131, 326-343.

118.
Köhler, J. & Uhl, D. (2014). Die Blatt- und Karpoflora der oberoligozänen Fossillagerstätte Enspel (Westerwald, Rheinland-Pfalz, W-Deutschland). – Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, Beihefte, 35, 1-87.

117.
Marynowski, L., Kubik, R., Uhl, D. & Simoneit, B.R.T., 2014. Molecular composition of fossil charcoals and its relation to incomplete combustion of wood. Organic Geochemistry, 77, 22-31.

116.
Oppl, S., Hirschmann, S., Schindler, E., Uhl, D., Amler, M.R.W. & Jansen, U., 2014. Alte Schätze finden ein neues Zuhause – Das GeoArchiv Marburg zieht ins Frankfurter Senckenberg-Institut ein. SENCKENBERG – natur – forschung – museum, 144 (9/10), 310-315.

115.
Printzen, C., Türkay, M. & Uhl, D., in press. Zentral – dezentral: Labore bei Senckenberg. SENCKENBERG – natur – forschung – museum, 144 (5/6), 146-151.

114.
Schindler, T., Poschmann, M., Schoch, R.R., Uhl, D. & Voigt, S., 2014. Early Permian amphibians from the construction pit of a German wind power station: ecological and biogeographical inferences. Permophiles, 59, 20-23.

113.
Uhl, D., 2014. Paläobotanische Problematika aus dem Oberoligozän von Enspel (Westerwald, Rheinland-Pfalz, W-Deutschland). Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 51, 45-53.

112.
Uhl, D., 2014. Variability of selected leaf morphological traits in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in relation to climatic factors – some implications for palaeoenvironmental studies. Phytologia Balcanica, 20, 145-153.

111.
Uhl, D., Dolezych, M. & Böhme, M., 2014. Taxodioxylon-like charcoal from the Late Miocene of Western Bulgaria. Acta Palaeobotanica, 54(1), 101-111.

110.
Uhl, D., Hartkopf-Fröder, C., Littke, R. & Kustatscher, E., 2014. Wildfires in the Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic of the Southern Alps – The Anisian and Ladinian (Mid Triassic) of the Dolomites (Northern Italy). Palaeobiodiversity & Palaeoenvironments, 94, 271-278.

109.
Uhl, D. & Voigt, S. (2014). Ausgewählte Aspekte der Paläontologie des Rotliegend (Oberkarbon – Unterperm) im Saar-Nahe-Becken (SW-Deutschland) – (Exkursion F am 24. April 2014). – Jahresberichte und Mitteilungen des Oberrheinischen Geologischen Vereins, N.F., 96, 105-128.

2013

108.
Abu Hamad, A.M.B., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D., (2013). Charcoal remains from the Mukheiris Formation of Jordan – the first evidence of palaeowildfire from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of Gondwana. – Jordan Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences, 5, 17-22.

107.
Böhme, M., Aigstorfer, M., Antoine, P.-O., Appel, E., Havlik, P, Métais, G., Phuc, L.T., Schneider, S., Setzer, F., Tappert, R., Tran, D.N., Uhl, D. & Prieto, J. (2013). Na Duong (Northern Vietnam) – an exceptional window into Eocene ecosystems from South-East Asia. – Zitteliana A, 53, 121-167.

106.
El Atfy, H., Brocke, R. & Uhl, D. (2013a). A fungal proliferation near the probable Oligocene/Miocene boundary, Nukhul Formation, Gulf of Suez, Egypt. – Journal of Micropalaeontology, 32, 183-195.

105.
El Atfy, H., Brocke, R. & Uhl, D. (2013b). Age and Paleoenvironment of the Nukhul Formation, Gulf of Suez, Egypt: Insights from Palynology, Palynofacies and Organic Geochemistry. – GeoArabia, 18, 137-174.

104.
El Atfy, H., Uhl, D. & Stribrny, B. (2013). Mesozoic (Late Jurassic – Early Cretaceous) palynomorphs and charcoal from a sandstone pebble from Quaternary glacial deposits of the North Sea. – Geological Journal, 48, 376-384.

103.
Havlik, P., Aiglstorfer, M., El-Atfy, H. & Uhl, D. (2013). A peculiar bone-bed from the Norian Stubensandstein (Löwenstein-Formation, Late Triassic) of southern Germany and its palaeoenvironmental interpretation. – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 269, 321–337.

102.
Jasper, A., Guerra-Sommer, M., Abu Hamad, A.M.B., Bamford, M., Bernardes-de-Oliveira, M.E.C., Tewari, R. & Uhl, D., (2013). The Burning of Gondwana: Permian fires on the Southern Continent – a palaeobotanical approach. – Gondwana Research, 24, 148-160.

101. 
Kunzmann, L., Wilde, V., Brocke, R., Dolezych, M., Uhl, D. & El Atfy, H. (2013). Die Innovation von Melbourne: eine fossile Pflanze – ein Name. SENCKENBERG – natur – forschung – museum, 143 (7/8), 222-229.

100.
Roller, S., Uhl, D. & Mosbrugger, V. (2013). Eine Forschergruppe am Thema der Zeit: CAME – Klima- und Umweltforschung in Zentralasien. SENCKENBERG – natur – forschung – museum, 143 (1/2), 6-13.

99.
Uhl, D. (2013). Eine kurze Geschichte des Feuers – Vegetationsbrände in der Erdgeschichte. Biologie in unserer Zeit, 43, 228-235..

98.
Uhl, D. (2013). The paleoflora of Frankenberg/Geismar (NW-Hesse, Germany) – a largely unexplored „treasure chest“ of anatomically preserved plants from the Late Permian (Wuchiapingian) of the Euramerican floral province. – In: Lucas, S.G., et al. eds., The Carboniferous-Permian Transition. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Bulletin, 60, 433-443.

97.
Uhl, D. (2013). Ein Beitrag zur Flora des Zechsteins (Wuchiapingium, Oberperm) von Ilmenau in Thüringen (Deutschland). Semana – Veröffentlichungen des Naturhistorischen Museums Schleusingen, 28, 35-44.

96.
Uhl, D., Schindler, T. & Heidtke, U.H.J. (2013). Paläontologie der Pfalz – regionale Forschung mit internationaler Relevanz. – In: Haneke, J. & Kremb, K. (Hrsg.), Beiträge zur Geologie der Pfalz; Schriftenreihe der Pfälzischen Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften, 110, 97-108.

2012

95.
Abu Hamad, A.M.B., Jasper, A. & Uhl, D. (2012). The record of Triassic charcoal and other evidence for palaeo-wildfires: Signal for atmospheric oxygen levels, taphonomic biases or lack of fuel? – International Journal of Coal Geology, 96-97, 60-71.

94.
Böhme, M., Aiglstorfer, M., Uhl, D. & Kullmer, O. (2012). The Antiquity of the Rhine River: Stratigraphic Coverage of the Dinotheriensande (Eppelsheim Formation) of the Mainz Basin (Germany). – PLoS ONE, 7(5): e36817. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036817

93.
Cleal, C.J., Uhl, D., Cascales-Miñana, B., Thomas, B.A., Bashforth, A.R., King, S. & Zodrow, E.L. (2012). Plant biodiversity changes in Carboniferous tropical wetlands. – Earth Science Reviews, 114, 124-155.

92.
Jasper, A., Guerra-Sommer, M., Uhl, D., Bernardes-de-Oliveira, M.E.C., Tewari, R. &, Secchi, M.I., (2012). Palaeobotanical evidence of wildfires in the Upper Permian of India: macroscopic charcoal remains from the Raniganj Formation, Damodar Valley Basin. – The Palaeobotanist, 61, 75-82.

91.
Manfroi, J., Jasper, A., Guerra-Sommer, M. & Uhl, D. (2012). Sub-arborescent lycophytes in coal-bearing strata from the Artinskian (Lower Permian) of the Santa Catarina coalfield (Paraná basin, Santa Catarina, Brazil). Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia, 15(2), 135-140.

90.
Stribrny, B., Sonnewald, M., Türkay, M., Uhl, D., Wilmsen, M. & Wolters, S. (2012). Die Doggerbank – Gerölle erzählen eine Klimageschichte. – SENCKENBERG – natur – forschung – museum, 142 (1/2), 36-43.

89.
Thiel, C., Klotz, S. & Uhl, D. (2012). Palaeoclimate estimates for selected leaf-floras from the Middle Pliocene (Reuverian) of Central Europe based on different palaeobotanical techniques. – Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences, 21, 263-287.

88.
Uhl, D. (2012). Feuer in der Erdgeschichte – nicht erst der Mensch hat gezündelt. – SENCKENBERG – natur – forschung – museum, 142 (1/2), 32-35.

87.
Uhl, D., Butzmann, R., Fischer, T.C., Meller, B. & Kustatscher, E. (2012). Wildfires in the Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic of the Southern Alps – The Late Permian of the Bletterbach-Butterloch area (Northern Italy). – Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 118, 223-233.

86.
Uhl, D., Jasper, A. & Schweigert, G., (2012). Palaeo-wildfires in the Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) of Western and Central Europe – Palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental significance. – Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironment, 92, 329-341

85.
Uhl, D., Jasper, A. & Schweigert, G. (2012) . Die fossile Holzgattung Agathoxylon Hartig im Nusplinger Plattenkalk (Ober-Kimmeridgium, Schwäbische Alb). – Archaeopteryx, 30, 16-22.

2011

84.
Herrmann, M. & Uhl, D. (2011). Paläoökologische und biostratigraphische Implikationen der Dinoflagellaten-Zysten aus dem Oligozän (Alzey-Formation) von Kirchheimbolanden (Mainzer Becken, SW-Deutschland). – Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 95, 49-54.

83.
Jasper, A., Manfroi, J., Ost Schmidt, E., Machado, N.T.G. & Uhl, D. (2011). Evidências paleobotânicas de incêndios vegetacionais no Afloramento Morro Papaléo, Paleozóico Superior do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. Geonomos, 19, 18-27.

82.
Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Guerra-Sommer, M., Abu Hamad, A.M.B. & Machado, N.T.G. (2011). Charcoal remains from a tonstein layer in the Faxinal coalfield, Lower Permian, southern Paraná Basin, Brazil. – Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciência, 83(2), 471-481.

81.
Jasper, A., Uhl, D., Guerra-Sommer, M., Bernardes-de-Oliveira, M.E.C. & Machado, N.T.G. (2011). Upper Paleozoic charcoal remains from South America: Multiple evidences of fire events in the coal bearing strata of the Paraná Basin, Brazil. – Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 306, 205-218.

80.
Jasper, A., Guerra-Sommer, M., Uhl, D., Machado, N.T.G., Secchi, M.I., Manfroi, J. & Goncalves, C.V., 2011. Análise de carvão vegetal como evidência direta de paleoincêndios vegetacionais: registros do Permiano da Bacia do Paraná. In: Ismar DE SOUZA CARVALHO; Narenda Kumar SRIVASTAVA; Oscar STROHSCHOEN Jr.; Cecília CUNHA LANA. (Org.). Paleontologia: cenários da vida. 1 ed. Rio de Janeiro: Interciência, 4, 22-32.

79.
Schindler, T., Uhl, D., Nungesser, K. & Herrmann, M. (2011). Die Fossilfundstelle Röntgenstraße in Kirchheimbolanden: Rekonstruktion des Landschaftsbilds und Folgerungen zur Biostratigrafie und Paläobiogeografie (Alzey-Formation, Oligozän; Mainzer Becken, SW-Deutschland). – Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 95, 79-82.

78.
Teodoridis, V., Mazouch, P., Spicer, R.A. & Uhl, D., (2011). Refining CLAMP – investigations towards improving the Climate Leaf Analysis Multivariate Program. – Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 299, 39-48.

77.
Uhl, D. & Herrmann, M. (2011). Die terrestrische Paläoflora aus dem Oligozän (Alzey-Formation) von Kirchheimbolanden (Mainzer Becken, SW-Deutschland). – Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 95, 55-64.

76.
Uhl, D. & Jasper, A. (2011). Und es brannte doch…! Fossile Holzkohle als Nachweis von Paläo-Vegetationsbränden in Perm und Trias – Ein Gelehrtenstreit? – Fossilien, 28 (2), 106-111.

75.
Uhl, D. & Montenari, M. (2011). Charcoal as evidence of palaeo-wildfires in the Late Triassic of SW-Germany. – Geological Journal, 46, 34-41.

74.
Uhl, D., Schindler, T. & Wuttke, M. (2011). Paläoökologische Untersuchungen im Oberoligozän von Norken (Westerwald, Rheinland-Pfalz, W-Deutschland) – Erste Ergebnisse. – Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv, 48, 115-127.

2010

73.
Ashraf, A.R., Sun, Y.W., Sun Ge, Uhl, D., Mosbrugger, V., LiJie, Herrmann, M. (2010). Triassic and Jurassic palaeoclimate development in the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, NW China – a review and additional lithological data. – Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironment, 90, 187-201.

72.
Herrmann, M., Ashraf, A.R., Uhl, D. & Mosbrugger, V. (2010). Die oberoligozäne Palynoflora der Bohrung Enspel 1996/1 (Westerwald, W-Deutschland) – Teil 2: Angiospermen und Paläökologie. – Mainzer geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen, 38, 9-60.

71.
Poschmann, M., Schindler, T. & Uhl, D. (2010). Fossillagerstätte Enspel – a short review of current knowledge, the fossil association, and a bibliography. – Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironment, 90, 3-20.

70.
Uhl, D. & Cleal, C.J. (2010). Late Carboniferous Vegetation change in lowland and intramontane basins in Germany. – International Journal of Coal Geology, 83, 318-328.

69.
Uhl, D. & Herrmann, M. (2010). Palaeoclimate estimates for the Late Oligocene taphoflora of Enspel (Westerwald, W-Germany) based on palaeobotanical proxies. – Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironment, 90, 39-47.

68.
Uhl, D., Jasper, A., Schindler, T. & Wuttke, M. (2010). First evidence of palaeo-wildfire in the early Middle Triassic (early Anisian) Voltzia Sandstone Fossil-Lagerstätte – the oldest post-Permian macroscopic evidence of wildfire discovered so far. – PALAIOS, 25, 837-842.

67.
Wuttke, M., Uhl, D. & Schindler, T. (2010). Fossil-Lagerstätte Enspel – exceptional preservation in an Upper Oligocene maar. – Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironment, 90, 1-2.

2009

66.
UHL, D. & RAISCH, M., 2009. Die fossile Schachtelhalmbeblätterung Calamariophyllum im Rotliegend des Saar-Nahe Beckens – Fundmitteilung. Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 94, 1-4.

65.
CLEAL, C. J., OPLUSTIL, S., THOMAS, B. A., TENCHOV, Y., ABBINK, O. A., BEK, J., DIMITROVA, T., DRABKOVA, J., HARTKOPF-FRÖDER, Ch., VAN HOOF, T., KEDZIOR, A., JARZEMBOWSKI, E., JASPER, K., LIBERTIN, M., MCLEAN, D., OLIWKIEWICZ-MIKLANSINSKA, M., PSENICKA, J., PTAK, B., SCHNEIDER, J. W., SCHULTKA, S., SIMUNEK, Z., UHL, D., WAKSMUNDZKA, M. I., VAN WAVEREN, I., ZODROW, E. L. (2009). Late Moscovian terrestrial biotas and palaeoenvironments of Variscan Euramerica. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences – Geologie en Mijnbouw, 88, 181-278.

64.
HERRMANN, M., ASHRAF, A.R., UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER, V., in press (2009). Die oberoligozäne Palynoflora der Bohrung Enspel 1996/1 (Westerwald, W-Deutschland) – Teil 1: Sporen und Gymnospermen. Mainzer geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen, 37: 33-76.

63.
SCHINDLER, T., UHL, D., SCHOCH, R. & WUTTKE, M., 2009. Die Fossilgemeinschaften des Buntsandsteins und des basalen Muschelkalks in der Pfalz – Abbilder einer stufenweisen Floren-/Faunen-Erholung nach der Perm-Trias-Krise? Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 94, 11-37.

62.
TEODORIDIS, V, KVACEK, Z. & UHL, D., 2009. Late Neogene palaeoenvironment and correlation of the Sessenheim-Auenheim floral complex. Palaeodiversity, 2: 1-17.

2008

61.
UHL, D., 2008. Die Paläoflora aus dem Rotliegend (Oberkarbon – Unterperm; Meisenheim-Formation; M5) von Niedermoschel (Saar-Nahe-Becken, SW-Deutschland). Mainzer geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen. 36, 7-36.

60.
UHL, D. & LAUSBERG, S., 2008. Land plant diversity in selected Latest Pennsylvanian ? – Permian deposits from the Saar-Nahe basin (SW-Germany) and the German Zechstein Basin. Studia Geologica Polonica, 129, 81-106. Special issue “Pennsylvanian (Carboniferous) biotas and palaeoenvironments“. Edited by A. Kedzior and C.J. Cleal.

59.
UHL, D., JASPER, A., ABU HAMAD, A.M.B. & MONTENARI, M., 2008. Permian and Triassic wildfires and atmospheric oxygen levels. Proceedings of the WSEAS Conferences – Special Issues, 13, 179-187.

58.
JASPER, A., UHL, D., GUERRA-SOMMER, M. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 2008. New evidence of wildfires in the Late Palaeozoic of South America (Gondwana) – Early Permian, Rio Bonito Formation, Paraná Basin, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 26, 435-444.

2007

57.
UHL, D., ABU HAMAD, A.M.B., KERP, H. & BANDEL, K., 2007. Evidence for palaeo-wildfire in the Late Permian palaeotropics – charcoalified wood from the Um Irna Formation of Jordan. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 144, 221-230.

56.
UHL, D., BOY, J.A. & SCHINDLER, T., 2007. Süßwassermuscheln (Bivalven) – Filtrierer am Gewässergrund. In: SCHINDLER, T. & HEIDTKE, U.H.J. (Eds.) (2007): Kohlesümpfe, Seen und Halbwüsten – Dokumente einer rund 300 Millionen Jahre alten Lebewelt zwischen Saarbrücken und Mainz. POLLICHIA Sonderveröffentlichung, 10, 118-123.

55.
UHL, D., KLOTZ, S., TRAISER, C., THIEL, C., UTESCHER, T., KOWALSKI, E.A. & DILCHER, D.L., 2007. Paleotemperatures from fossil leaves – a european perspective. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 248, 24-31.

54.
UHL, D., TRAISER, C., GRIESSER, U. & DENK, T., 2007. Fossil leaves as palaeoclimate proxies in the Palaeogene of Spitsbergen (Svalbard). Acta Palaeobotanica, 47 (1), 89-107. Krakau. Special issue dedicated to Zlatko Kvaèek on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

53.
BRUCH, A.A., UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER, V. 2007. Miocene Climate in Europe – patterns and evolution: A first synthesis of NECLIME. In: BRUCH, A.A., UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER; V. (eds.), Miocene Climate in Europe – Patterns and Evolution. First Synthesis of NECLIME. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 253, 1-7.

52.
JASPER, A., GUERRA-SOMMER, M., UHL, D., SALVI, J., KAUFFMANN, M., OSTERKAMP, I.C., & GONCALVES, C.V., 2007. A ocorrência de incêndios vegetacionais durante Paleozóico Superior da Bacia do Paraná (The occurrence of wildfires in the Late Paleozoic of the Paraná Basin). In: Ismar de Souza Carvalho. (Eds.). Paleontologia: cenários da vida. 1 ed. Rio de Janeiro: Interciencia, 2007, 1: 15-23.

51.
KERP, H., NOLL, R. & UHL, D., 2007a. Übersicht über Pflanzengruppen und Vegetationsentwicklung im Permokarbon des Saar-Nahe Beckens. In: SCHINDLER, T. & HEIDTKE, U.H.J. (Eds .) (2007): Kohlesümpfe, Seen und Halbwüsten – Dokumente einer rund 300 Millionen Jahre alten Lebewelt zwischen Saarbrücken und Mainz. POLLICHIA Sonderveröffentlichung, 10, 42-74.

50.
KERP, H., NOLL, R. & UHL, D., 2007b. Vegetationsbilder aus dem saarpfälzischen Permokarbon. In: SCHINDLER, T. & HEIDTKE, U.H.J. (Eds .) (2007): Kohlesümpfe, Seen und Halbwüsten – Dokumente einer rund 300 Millionen Jahre alten Lebewelt zwischen Saarbrücken und Mainz. POLLICHIA Sonderveröffentlichung, 10, 76-109.

49.
MARTINETTO, E., UHL, D. & TARABRA, E., 2007. Leaf physiognomic indications for a moist warm-temperate climate in NW Italy during the Messinian (Late Miocene). In: BRUCH, A.A., UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER; V. (eds.), Miocene Climate in Europe – Patterns and Evolution. First Synthesis of NECLIME. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 253, 41-55.

48.
MICHEELS, A., BRUCH, A.A., UHL, D., Utescher, T. & MOSBRUGGER, V. 2007. A Late Miocene climate model simulation with ECHAM4/ML and its quantitative validation with terrestrial proxy data. In: BRUCH, A.A., UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER; V. (eds.), Miocene Climate in Europe – Patterns and Evolution. First Synthesis of NECLIME. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 253, 267-286.

47.
NOLL, R. & UHL, D., 2007. Eine krautige Konifere aus einem mittelalterlichen Gemäuer – ein Beitrag zur stratigraphischen Verbreitung von Dicranophyllum hallei REMY& REMY1959 (Coniferales). Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 93, 1-6.

46.
POSCHMANN, M. & UHL, D., 2007. Syncaride Krebse – Im Häutungshemd mit Fransenlook. In: SCHINDLER, T. & HEIDTKE, U.H.J. (Eds.) (2007): Kohlesümpfe, Seen und Halbwüsten – Dokumente einer rund 300 Millionen Jahre alten Lebewelt zwischen Saarbrücken und Mainz. POLLICHIA Sonderveröffentlichung, 10, 164-168.

45.
SCHINDLER, T. & UHL, D. (mit Zeichnungen von D. HERR-HEIDTKE), 2007. Zeitliche Entwicklung der Landschaft und der Lebewelt. In: SCHINDLER, T. & HEIDTKE, U.H.J. (Eds .) (2007): Kohlesümpfe, Seen und Halbwüsten – Dokumente einer rund 300 Millionen Jahre alten Lebewelt zwischen Saarbrücken und Mainz. POLLICHIA Sonderveröffentlichung, 10, 304-308.

44.
STEPPUHN, A., MICHEELS, A., BRUCH, A.A., UHL, D., UTESCHER, T. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 2007. The sensitivity of ECHAM4/ML to a double CO2 scenario for the Late Miocene and the comparison to terrestrial proxy data. Global and Planetary Change, 57, 189-212.

43.
TRAISER, C., UHL, D., KLOTZ, S. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 2007. Leaf physiognomy and palaeoenvironmental estimates – an alternative technique based on an European calibration. Acta Palaeobotanica, 47 (1), 183-201. Krakau. Special issue dedicated to Zlatko Kvaèek on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

2006

42.
UHL, D., 2006a. Some considerations on the taphonomy of conifer remains from the Late Permian of Europe. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 08/2006, 483-502.

41.
UHL, D., 2006b. „Kornähren, Fliegenfittiche und Holzgraupen“ – Ein Beitrag zur Bildung pyritisierter Pflanzenreste aus dem Zechstein von Nordwest-Hessen. Philippia, 12 (4), 347-360.

40.
UHL, D., 2006c. Ein Baumfarn der Gattung Caulopteris LINDLEY et W. HUTTON aus dem Rotliegend (Oberkarbon – Unterperm) des Saar-Nahe-Beckens (SW-Deutschland). Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 92, 5-8.

39.
UHL, D., 2006d. Fossil plants as palaeoenvironmental proxies – some remarks on selected approaches. Acta Palaeobotanica, 46 (2), 87-100.

38.
UHL, D. & LEPPER, J., 2006. Anatomically preserved plant remains from the Lower Triassic of N-Germany – a contribution to the understanding of permineralisation processes. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 09/2006, 539-566.

37.
UHL, D., BRUCH, A.A., TRAISER, C. & KLOTZ, S., 2006. Palaeoclimate estimates for the Middle Miocene Schrotzburg flora (S-Germany) – A multi-method approach. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 95, 1071-1085.

36.
KLOTZ, S., FAUQUETTE, S., COMBOURIEU-NEBOUT, N., UHL, D., SUC, J.-P., MOSBRUGGER, V., 2006. Seasonality intensification and long-term winter cooling as a part of the Late Pliocene climate development. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 241, 174-187.

2005

35.
UHL, D., 2005. Die Rotliegend-Pflanzen aus dem Saar-Nahe-Becken (SW-Deutschland) in der Sammlung des Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet in Stockholm (Schweden). Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 91, 1-11.

34.
UHL, D. & KERP, H., 2005. Variability of stomatal density and index in the Upper Permian conifer Quadrocladus Mädler – a taphonomical case study. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 218, 205-215.

33.
BURK, D., UHL, D. & WALTHER, H., 2005. Some aspects of the actuotaphonomy of leaves in stagnant ponds with implications for the formation of fossil leaf deposits – preliminary results. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 12/2005, 705-728.

32.
HOECHSTETTER, S., WAHR, J., KNAPP, S., KLOTZ, S., UHL, D., THIV, M., MOSBRUGGER, V., 2005. Muster der Biodiversität von Gefäßpflanzen in Baden-Württemberg – eine geostatistische Analyse abiotischer Einflussfaktoren. Stuttgarter Beiträge zu Naturkunde Serie A (Biologie), 676, 1-25.

31.
MONTENARI, M. & UHL, D., 2005. Mikroanalytische und rasterelektronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen zur Diagenese fossiler Arthropoden in „kontaktmetamorphen“ Sedimenten – Erste Ergebnisse. Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 91, 13-20.

30.
TRAISER, C., KLOTZ, S., UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 2005. Environmental signals from leaves – A physiognomic analysis of European vegetation. New Phytologist, 166, 465-484.

2004

29.
UHL, D., 2004a. A new species of Ullmannia (Coniferophytina: Ullmanniaceae) from the Upper Permian of northern England. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 1/2004, 53-64.

28.
UHL, D., 2004b. Typification of the fossil conifer Pseudovoltzia liebeana (GEINITZ) FLORIN. Taxon, 53, 185-186.

27.
UHL, D., 2004c. Anatomy and taphonomy of a coniferous wood from the Zechstein (Upper Permian) of NW-Hesse (Germany). Geodiversitas, 26 (3), 391-401.

26.
UHL, D. & BRANDT, S., 2004. Durchwachsene weibliche Zapfen von Pseudovoltzia liebeana (GEINITZ) FLORIN aus dem Zechstein (Oberperm) von Thüringen. Veröffentlichungen Museum für Naturkunde Schleusingen, 19, 49-54.

25.
UHL, D., NOLL, R., LAUSBERG, S. & STAPF, K.R.G., 2004. Wildfires in the Late Palaeozoic of Central Europe – An overview of the Rotliegend (Upper Carboniferous – Lower Permian) of the Saar-Nahe Basin (SW-Germany). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 207, 23-35.

24.
SCHINDLER, T., UHL, D., NOLL, R., POSCHMANN, M., BACH, T., HÖHN, W., RAHM, B., SCHWEISS, D., WUTTKE, M., 2004. Erstfunde von Sigillaria-Stämmen in situ in Rotliegend-Ablagerungen (Ober-Karbon bis Unter-Perm) der Nordpfalz (Südwestdeutschland). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 233 (1), 1-26.
2003

23.
UHL, D. & HEIDTKE, U.H.J., 2003. Crossotheca ZEILLER und Caulopteris LINDLEY et W. HUTTON aus dem Rotliegend (Ober-Karbon – Unter-Perm) des Saar-Nahe-Beckens (SW-Deutschland). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 6/2003, 363-375.

22.
UHL, D. & KERP, H., 2003. Wildfires in the late Palaeozoic of Central Europe – The Zechstein (Upper Permian) of NW-Hesse (Germany). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 199, 1-15.

21.
UHL, D. & WALTHER, H., 2003. Aderungsdichte und Blattgröße bei vier Arten der Gattung Acer L. aus SW-Deutschland. Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie, 124, 449-460.

20.
UHL, D., MOSBRUGGER, V., BRUCH, A. & UTESCHER, T., 2003. Reconstructing palaeotemperatures using leaf floras – case studies for a comparison of leaf margin analysis and the coexistence approach. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 126, 49-64.

19.
NOLL, R., UHL, D. & LAUSBERG, S., 2003. Brandstrukturen an Kieselhölzern der Donnersberg Formation (Oberes Rotliegend, Unterperm) des Saar-Nahe Beckens (SW-Deutschland). Veröffentlichungen des Museum für Naturkunde Chemnitz, 26, 63-72.

2002

18.
UHL, D. 2002. Uronectes fimbriatus (Syncarida, Malacostraca) aus dem Rotliegend (Ober-Karbon – Unter-Perm) des Saar-Nahe-Beckens (SW-Deutschland). Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 89, 43-56.

17.
UHL, D. & KERP, H., 2002. Die Makroflora des ostthüringischen und sächsischen Zechsteins – Stand der Forschung und Ausblick. Veröffentlichungen Museum für Naturkunde der Stadt Gera, 29, 44-63.

16.
UHL, D. & KERP, H., 2002. Preservation of fossil plants from the Zechstein (Upper Permian) of Central Europe. Freiberger Forschungshefte C 497- Paläontologie, Stratigraphie, Fazies – 10, 29-43.

15.
UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 2002. Some data on the potential use of leaf venation density as a palaeoclimatic proxy in leaves from the Permocarboniferous. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 223, 405-432.

14.
UHL, D., WALTHER, H. & KRINGS, M., 2002 . The Paleogene Flora of Hochstetten-Dhaun (Nahe-area, SW-Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate). Feddes Repertorium, 113, 477-491.

13.
UHL, D., WALTHER, H. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 2002. Leaf venation density in angiosperm leaves as related to climatic and environmental conditions — problems and potential for palaeoclimatology. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 224, 49-95.

2001

12.
UHL, D., 2001. Die Zechsteinpflanzen in der Sammlung des Museums für Naturkunde der Stadt Gera. Veröffentlichungen Museum für Naturkunde der Stadt Gera, 28, 153-156.

11.
LEPPER, J. & UHL, D., (2001). Farnreste aus dem Buntsandstein von Bad Karlshafen (Weserbergland) – Fundbericht. Berichte der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Hannover, 143 (for 2001), 19-26.

10.
ROTH-NEBELSICK, A., UHL, D., MOSBRUGGER, V. & KERP, H., 2001. Evolution and function of leaf venation architecture: a review. Annals of Botany, 87 (5), 553-566.

2000

9.
UHL, D. & WALTHER, H., 2000. Sun leaf or shade leaf? – Known facts in the light of new data with implications for palaeobotany. Feddes Repertorium, 111 (3-4), 165-174.

8.
UHL, D. & WALTHER, H., 2000. Pflanzenfunde aus dem Oligozän des Nahegebiets (SW-Deutschland, Rheinland-Pfalz) – Vorläufige Mitteilung. Mainzer geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen, 29, 37-46.

7.
UHL, D., MOSBRUGGER, V. & WALTHER, H., 2000. Stress-induzierte Aberrationen der Blattaderung in Rotbuchen (Fagus sylvatica L.) – Kurze Mitteilung. Feddes Repertorium, 111 (7-8), 493-497.

6.
KRINGS, M., KERP, H. & UHL, D., 2000. Epidermale Anatomie von Odontopteris subcrenulata (Rost) ZEILLER aus dem Stefan (Oberkarbon) von Blanzy-Montceau (Zentralfrankreich). Feddes Repertorium, 111 (7-8), 385-398.

1999

5.
UHL, D., 1999. Syncarids (Crustacaea, Malacostraca) from the Stephanian D (Upper Carboniferous) of the Saar-Nahe-Basin (SW-Germany). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie & Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 11/1999, 679-697.

4.
UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 1999. Leaf venation density as a climate and environmental proxy – a critical review and new data. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 149 (1-4), 15-26.

3.
UHL, D. & MOSBRUGGER, V., 1999. Variabilität der Aderungsdichte in Laubblättern von Fels-Ahorn (Acer monspessulanum L.). Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 86, 99-109.

2.
ASHRAF, A. R., SUN GE, WANG XINFU, UHL, D., LI CHE & MOSBRUGGER, V., 1999. The Triassic-Jurassic boundary in the Junggar basin (NW-China) – Preliminary palynostratigraphic results. Acta Palaeobotanica, Supplement 2, 85-91.

1997

1.
UHL, D., 1997. Erstnachweis der Gattung Bourbonnella (Aeduelliformes, Actinopterygii) aus dem Unteren Rotliegend (Unter-Perm) des Saar-Nahe-Beckens (SW-Deutschland). Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, 84, 7-13.

Amtsmitglieder

Prof. Dr. Katrin Böhning-Gaese
Institutsleitung SBiK-F, Sprecherin Forschungsbereich III

RESEARCH INTERESTS: Macroecology, community ecology and Social-Ecological Systems

  • Influence of global change on animal communities in the tropics and in the temperate region
  • Relationships between animal communities, ecosystem functions and ecosystem services
  • Relationships between biodiversity and human well-being in Social-Ecological Systems

TEACHING: Courses at Goethe University Frankfurt in the MSc Ecology and Evolution and in the BSc Biology

MSc Ecology and Evolution and MSc Environmental Sciences: module „Community ecology, Makroökologie und Naturschutz“

  • Content: The module includes an introductory lecture, seminars on current scientific publications, and computer and field practicals. It gives an overview about theory, statistical methods and applications of community ecology and macroecology, as well as consequences for regional and global conservation prioritisation. The module includes an ornithological fieldwork practical outside Frankfurt (duration 1 week). 
  • Contact: Susanne Fritz, Phone: +49 (0)69 7542 1803 E-Mail: susanne.fritz@senckenberg.de

BSc Biology: specialisation module „Ökologie der Tiere“ (animal ecology) – part „Makroökologie – Einfluss des Klimawandels auf Artverbreitungen“ (macroecology – influence of climate change on species distributions)

  • Content: In our part of the module we investigate the potential effects of climate change on the distributions of different European bird species. We use species distribution models to project potential distributions of birds in dependency of climate scenarios for the end of the 21st century.
  • Contact: Thomas Müller, Phone: +49 (0)69 7542 1889 E-Mail: thomas.mueller@senckenberg.de
Team HEP Conard
Prof.  Nicholas J. Conard
Ph.D.
Institutsleitung SHEP

Main research interests

Paleolithic archaeology.

Lithic, taphonomic, faunal and spatial analysis of archaeological sites.

Pleistocene chronostratigraphy, evolution and dispersal of modern humans

Environmental reconstruction, settlement history of western Eurasia and southern Africa.

Origins of agriculture and sedentism.

Academic education and backround

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1987-1990, Master of Philosophy 1988,
Doctor of Philosophy 1990, Anthropology.

University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, 1985-1986, Master of Science 1986,
Interdisciplinary study of Physics, Geology, and Anthropology.

University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany, 1984 and 1989, Prehistoric Archaeology.

University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, 1980, 1981 and 1983, Bachelor of Arts
with highest distinction 1983, Anthropology and Chemistry.

University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany, 1982, Ethnology and Chemistry.

Chair of Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology, Institut für Ur-und Frühgeschichte, Universität Tübingen, 8/95-present. Diverse research, teaching and administrative duties.

Director, Senckenberg Centre for Human Evolution and Paleoenvironment. 10/2017-present.

Franke Research Fellow, Yale University Whitney Humanities Center. 9/2018-11/18

Speaker, Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften project The Role of Culture in the Early
Expansion of Humans. 4/2017-present.

Dean of Studies, Archaeological Sciences. 4/2016 – present.

Short-term Visiting Professor, Department of Archaeology, Peking University. 9/2012 & 12/2017.

Director of the Archäopark Vogelherd since 2011

Elected member of the Fakultätsrat, Mathematische Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, University of Tübingen. 4/2011-9/2015.

Senior Professor of the Tübingen/Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Paleoenvironment.
10/2009-present.

Founding Director of the Insitut für Naturwissenschaftliche Archäologie, University of Tübingen.
1/2008- present.
Elected Member of the Structural Committee of the University of Tübingen 1/2007-9/08

Elected Member of the Senate of the University of Tübingen, 10/2006-present.

Visiting Professor, Department of Archaeology, University of Cape Town, 2/2005 -3/05.

Vice Dean of the Faculty of Geoscience, Universität Tübingen, 10/2004-9/06.

Director of the course of study in paleoanthropology, 10/2000- 9/2009.

Dean of the Faculty of Geoscience, Universität Tübingen, 10/1998-9/2000.

Keeper of Schloss Hohentübingen, Universität Tübingen, 6/1998-9/2006.

Scientific Director of early prehistoric exhibits in Museum Schloss Hohentübingen, 6/97-present.

Scientific Director of the Urgeschichtliches Museum in Blaubeuren, 8/95-present.

Editor: Tübinger Monographien zur Urgeschichte, Archaeologica Venatoria, Urgeschichtliche
Materialhefte, 1995-present. Museumshefte, Urgeschichtlichen Museum Blaubeuren, 2001-present, Tübingen Publications in Prehistory, 2001-present. Tübinger Arbeiten zur Urgeschichte, 2002- present. Tübingen Publications on the Archaeology of Southwestern Asia, 2006-present.

Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, Forschungsbereich Altsteinzeit Museum Monrepos, Neuwied, Germany, 6/93-6/95. Archaeological and paleoenvironmental research.

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Connecticut, 1/91-5/93.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Giza Plateau Mapping Project, 10/90-1/91. Analysis of archaeological materials from the 1988-1989 excavations at Giza.

Dr. Brigitte Franzen
Dr. Brigitte Franzen
als Vertretung für Prof. Dr. Andreas Mulch - Institutsleitung SF, Sprecher Forschungsbereich IV, Sprecher Programm Forschung
AndreFreiwald
Prof. Dr.  André Freiwald
Institutsleitung SaM

Functions within Senckenberg:

  • Director of SaM
  • Head of Division Marine Geology (SaM)
  • Speaker of RA 4.1: Evolving Earth and Environment

Research profile

  • Non-tropical biosedimentary systems
  • Cold-water coral ecosystems
  • Bioerosion
  • Paleoecology

Research interests

My research focuses on geobiological studies of recent and fossil cold-water corals, with a focus on occurrences along the increasingly oxygen-poor upwelling areas of West Africa (Mauritania and Angola-Namibia). Another topic is research on the quantitative degradation of carbonate by biological processes (bioerosion). Finally, we are developing a global database on habitat-forming cold-water coral and associated communities across all phyla. In this database, the current state of knowledge of the composition of the reef inhabitants from the unicellular organisms to the fish, their geographical changes and their biological functions will be depicted for the first time.

Professional positions
Since 2018 Director Senckenberg am Meer, Wilhelmshaven
Since 2010 Head of Division Meeresforschung at Senckenberg am Meer, Wilhelmshaven
Since 2010 Professor, University of Bremen
2002-2010 Professor, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
2000-2002 Professor, University of Tübingen

Education
2000 Heisenberg Fellow
1999 Habilitation University of Bremen
1993-1999 Researcher at University of Bremen
1993 PhD, Kiel University

Relevant scientific projects  2017-2019
2018-2019 Atlantic Thermocline Ocean and Ecosystems Dynamic during Natural Climate
Change (ATHENA) (DFG) (externally administered through University of
Heidelberg)
2019-2022 Cold-water Coral sensitivity (MARUM Excellence Cluster)
2019-2022 West-African Biodiversity under Pressure (WASP) (GIZ)

Professional service, membership associations, cooperation in national and intl. committees
Since 2017 Advisory Board of the Northwest German University Society
Since 2015 Chairman of the DFG-BMBF Advisory Councils of the research vessels METEOR
and S. MERIAN
Since 2015 of the BMBF advisory board research vessel SONNE
2011-2015 Supervisory Board at the Center for Tropical Marine Ecology
Since 2010 Member of the MARUM board of the University of Bremen
​2008-2011 Speaker of DFG Geoforum
2004-2008 Member of the DFG Review Board Geology- Paleontology
2001-2006 Member of the DFG Senate Commission for Oceanography
2000-2003 Coordinator of the EU-FP5 Atlantic Coral Ecosystem Study (ACES) project
2019 Foundation member of the Deutsche Allianz Meeresforschung

Editorial activities
2005-2010 Publisher of the Springer book series „Erlangen Earth Conference Series“
2004-2010 Publisher of the ISI journal FACIES together with Springer

Awards and awarded memberships
2016 Gustav-Steinmann-Medal of the Geological Association
2015 Northern German Science Award for innovative research on cold-water corals

 

Tief- und Kaltwasserkorallen: ihre Lebensgemeinschaften, Bildungs- und Umweltbedingungen sowie Einwirkungen des Menschen

Addamo AM, Reimer JD, Taviani M, Freiwald A, Machordom A (2012) Desmophyllum dianthus (Esper, 1794) in the scleractinian phylogeny and its intraspecific diversity. Plos One 7: e50215

Barnich R, Beuck L, Freiwald A (2013) Scale worms (Polychaeta: Aphroditiformia) associated with cold-water corals in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 93: 2129-2143

Beuck L, Freiwald A (2005) Bioerosion patterns in a deep-water Lophelia pertusa (Scleractinia) thicket (Propeller Mound, northern Porcupine Seabight). In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, pp 915-936

Beuck L, Freiwald A, Taviani M (2010) Spatiotemporal bioerosion patterns in deep-water scleractinians from off Santa Maria di Leuca (Apulia, Ionian Sea). Deep-Sea Research II 57: 458-470

Beuck L, López Correa M, Freiwald A (2008) Biogeographical distribution of Hyrrokkin (Rosalinidae, Foraminifera) and its host-specific morphological and textural trace variability. In: Wisshak M, Tapanila L (eds) Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 329-360

Copard K, Colin C, Douville E, Freiwald A, Gudmundsson G, De Mol B, Frank N (2010) Nd isotopes in deep-sea corals in the North-eastern Atlantic. Quaternary Science Reviews 29: 2499-2508

Cordes EE, Arnaud-Haond S, Bergstad OA, Da Costa Falcao AP, Freiwald A, Roberts JM, Bernal P (2016) Cold-water corals. In: Inniss L, Simcock A, Ajawin AY, et al. (eds) World Ocean Assessment I. United Nations, pp 1-28

Costello MJ, McCrea M, Freiwald A, Lundälv T, Jonsson L, Bett BJ, van Weering TCE, de Haas H, Roberts JM, Allen D (2005) Role of cold-water Lophelia pertusa coral reefs as fish habitat in the NE Atlantic. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 771-805

Cuif JP, Dauphin Y, Freiwald A, Gautret P, Zibrowius H (1999) Biochemical markers of zooxanthellae symbiosis in soluble matrices of skeleton of 24 Scleractinia species. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A: Physiology 123: 269-278

Dorschel B, Hebbeln D, Rüggeberg A, Dullo WC, Freiwald A (2005) Growth and erosion of a cold-water coral covered carbonate mound in the Northeast Atlantic during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 233: 33-44

Eisele M, Frank N, Wienberg C, Hebbeln D, López Correa M, Douville E, Freiwald A (2011) Productivity controlled cold-water coral growth periods during the last glacial off Mauritania. Marine Geology 280: 143-149

Fabri MC, Pedel L, Beuck L, Galgani F, Hebbeln D, Freiwald A (2014) Megafauna of vulnerable marine ecosystems in French Mediterranean submarine canyons: Spatial distribution and anthropogenic impacts. Deep-Sea Research II 104: 184-207

Fink HG, Wienberg C, Hebbeln D, McGregor HV, Schmiedl G, Taviani M, Freiwald A (2012) Oxygen control on Holocene cold-water coral development in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Deep-Sea Research I 62: 89-96

Försterra G, Beuck L, Häussermann V, Freiwald A (2005) Shallow-water Desmophyllum dianthus (Scleractinia) from Chile: characteristics of the biocoenoses, the bioeroding community, heterotrophic interactions and (Paleo)-bathymetric implications. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 937-977

Frank N, Freiwald A, López Correa M, Wienberg C, Eisele M, Hebbeln D, van Rooij D, Henriet JP, Colin C, van Weering T, De Haas H, Buhl-Mortensen P, Roberts JM, De Mol B, Douville E, Blamart D, Hatte C (2011) Northeastern Atlantic cold water coral reefs and climate. Geology 39: 743-746

Freiwald A (2002) Reef-forming cold-water corals. In: Wefer G, Billett D, Hebbeln D, Jørgensen BB, Schlüter M, van Weering TCE (eds) Ocean Margin Systems. Springer, pp 365-385

Freiwald A (2011) Cold-water coral reefs. In: Hopley D (ed) Encyclopedia of modern coral reefs. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 225-229

Freiwald A (2019) Messinian Salinity Crisis: What happened to cold-water corals? In: Orejas C, Jiménez C (eds) Mediterranean Cold-Water Corals: Past, Present and Future. Springer, pp 47-50

Freiwald A, Beuck L, Rüggeberg A, Taviani M, Hebbeln D (2009) The white coral community in the central Mediterranean Sea revealed by ROV surveys. Oceanography 22: 58-74

Freiwald A, Fosså JH, Grehan A, Koslow T, Roberts JM (2004) Cold-water coral reefs. UNEP-WCMC Biodiversity Series 22: 1-84

Freiwald A, Henrich R, Pätzold J (1997) Anatomy of a deep-water coral reef mound from Stjernsund, West-Finnmark, northern Norway. In: James NP, Clarke JAD (eds) Cool-water carbonates. SEPM, Special Publication, pp 141-161

Freiwald A, Hühnerbach V, Lindberg B, Wilson JB, Campbell J (2002) The Sula Reef complex, Norwegian Shelf. Facies 47: 179-200

Freiwald A, Mortensen PB (2000) The first record of the deep-water coral Stenocyathus vermiformis (Pourtalès, 1868) (Scleractinia, Guyniidae) from Norwegian waters. Sarsia 85: 275-276

Freiwald A, Reitner J, Krutschinna J (1997) Microbial alteration of the deep-water coral Lophelia pertusa: early postmortem processes. In: Neuweiler F, Reitner J, Monty C (eds) Biosedimentology of microbial buildups IGCP Project No. 380 – Proceedings of 2nd Meeting. Facies, pp 223-226

Freiwald A, Rogers A, Hall-Spencer J, Guinotte JM, Davies AJ, Yesson C, Martin CS, Weatherdon LV (2017) Global distribution of cold-water corals (version 5.0). Fifth update to the dataset in Freiwald et al. (2004) by UNEP-WCMC.

Freiwald A, Schönfeld J (1996) Substrate pitting and boring pattern of Hyrrokkin sarcophaga Cedhagen, 1994 (Foraminifera) in a modern deep-water coral reef mound. Marine Micropaleontology 28: 199-207

Freiwald A, Wilson JB (1998) Taphonomy of modern deep, cold-temperate water coral reefs. Historical Biology 13: 37-52

Freiwald A, Wilson JB, Henrich R (1999) Grounding Pleistocene icebergs shape recent deep-water coral reefs. Sedimentary Geology 125: 1-8

Gautret P, Cuif JP, Freiwald A (1997) Composition of soluble mineralizing matrices in zooxanthellate and non-zooxanthellate scleractinian corals: biochemical assessment of photosynthetic metabolism through the study of a skeletal feature. Facies 36: 189-194

Göcke C, Hestetun JT, Uhlir C, Freiwald A, Beuck L, Janussen D (2016) Cladorhiza corallophila sp. nov., a new carnivorous sponge (Cladorhizidae, Demospongiae) living in close association with Lophelia pertusa and Madrepora oculata (Scleractinia). Zootaxa 4168: 512-524

Grehan AJ, Freiwald A, Consortium A (2001) The Atlantic Coral Ecosystem Study (ACES): Forging a new partnership between scientists and principal stakeholders. In: Willison JHM, Hall J, Gass S, Kenchington ELR, Butler M, Doherty P (eds) Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Deep-Sea Corals. Ecology Action Centre and Nova Scotia Museum, pp 95-105

Guinotte JM, Orr J, Cairns S, Freiwald A, Morgan L, George R (2006) Will human-induced changes in seawater chemistry alter the distribution of deep-sea scleractinian corals? Frontiers in the Ecology and the Environment 4: 141-146

Hanz U, Wienberg C, Hebbeln D, Duineveld G, Lavaleye M, Juva K, Dullo WC, Freiwald A, Tamborrino L, Reichart GJ, Flögel S, Mienis F (2019) Environmental factors influencing cold-water coral ecosystems in the oxygen minimum zones on the Angolan and Namibian margins. Biogeosciences 16: 4337-4356

Hebbeln D, Wienberg C, Dullo WC, Freiwald A, Mienis F, Orejas C, Titschack J (Online) Cold-water coral reefs thriving under hypoxia. Coral Reefs

Hebbeln D, Wienberg C, Wintersteller P, Freiwald A, Becker M, Beuck L, Dullo C, Eberli GP, Glogowski S, Matos L, Forster N, Reyes-Bonilla H, Taviani M (2014) Environmental forcing of the Campeche cold-water coral province, southern Gulf of Mexico. Biogeosciences 11: 1799-1815

Heindel K, Titschack J, Dorschel B, Huvenne VAI, Freiwald A (2010) The sediment composition and predictive mapping of facies on the Propeller Mound – A cold-water coral mound (Porcupine Seabight, NE Atlantic). Continental Shelf Research 30: 1814-1829

Hoffman L, Beuck L, Van Heugten B, Lavaleye M, Freiwald A (2019) Last snails standing since the Pleistocene, a tale of Calliostomatidae (Gastropoda) living in deep-water coral habitats in the Northeast Atlantic. Zootaxa 4613: 93-110

Hoffman L, Fraussen K, Freiwald A (2018) The genus Chauvetia (Gastropoda, Buccinoidea) in deep-water coral habitats on the continental slope of Mauritania. Miscellanea Malacologica 7: 127-138

Hoffman L, Freiwald A (2017) A unique and diverse amalgamated mollusk shell assemblage from the Coral Patch Seamount, eastern Atlantic. Miscellanea Malacologica 7: 55-73

Hoffman L, Freiwald A (2018) Last snails standing: a tale of Fissurellidae (Gastropoda) from deep-water coral habitats off Mauritania since the Pleistocene. Miscellanea Malacologica 7: 115-126

Hoffman L, Freiwald A (2018) A new genus and two new species in Calliotropidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from NE Atlantic cold-water coral habitats. Miscellanea Malacologica 7: 89-96

Hoffman L, Freiwald A (2019) Neocardia kandeli n. sp. (Bivalvia: Philobryidae) from Namibia. Miscellanea Malacologica 8: 55-58

Hoffman L, Freiwald A (2019) Vexillum monscorallum n. sp. (Gastropoda: Costellariidae) from deep-water coral habitats off Mauritania. Miscellanea Malacologica 8: 37-40

Hoffman L, Freiwald A, van Heugten B, Lavaleye M (2018) New information on Ganesa, Lopheliella and Trochaclis (Gastropoda) in cold-water coral habitats in the temperate and tropical North Atlantic  Miscellanea Malacologica 8: 27-34

Hoffman L, Gofas S, Freiwald A (2020) New and little-known Seguenziidae (Vetigastropoda, Gastropoda) from the South Azorean Seamount Chain. Iberus 38: 1-18

Hoffman L, Gofas S, Freiwald A (2020) Ten new species in Papuliscala de Boury, 1911 (Gastropoda, Epitoniidae) from the South Azorean Seamount Chain. Iberus 38: 29-53

Hoffman L, Lavaleye M, Van Heugten B, Freiwald A (2018) Lepetella (Gastropoda: Lepetellidae) in deep-water coral habitats in the North Atlantic. Miscellanea Malacologica 8: 19-26

Hoffman L, Monsecour K, Freiwald A (2019) Columbellidae (Gastropoda) from deep-water coral habitats off Mauritania. Miscellanea Malacologica 8: 41-49

Hoffman L, Von Cosel R, Freiwald A (2019) New and little-known Pliocardiinae (Bivalvia, Vesicomyidae) from the continental slope off Mauritania. Basteria 83: 151-157

Joseph N, López Correa M, Schönfeld J, Rüggeberg A, Freiwald A (2013) Subarctic Holocene climatic and oceanographic variability in Stjernsund, northern Norway: evidence from benthic foraminifera and stable isotopes. Boreas 42: 511-531

Kaszemeik K, Freiwald A (2003) Lophelia pertusa (Scleractinia) — from skeletal structures to growth patterns and morphotypes. Institute for Paleontology, Erlangen, pp 1-26

Kiriakoulakis K, Fisher E, Wolff GA, Freiwald A, Grehan A, Roberts JM (2005) Lipids and nitrogen isotopes of two deep-water corals from the North-East Atlantic: initial results and implications for their nutrition. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 715-729

Kiriakoulakis K, Freiwald A, Fisher E, Wolff G (2007) Organic matter quality and supply to deep-water coral/mound systems of the NW European continental margin. International Journal of Earth Sciences 96: 159-170

Könnecker G, Freiwald A (2005) Plectroninia celtica n.sp. (Calcarea, Minchinellidae), a new species of „pharetronid“ sponge from bathyal depths in the northern Porcupine Seabight, NE Atlantic. Facies 51: 53-59

López Correa M, Freiwald A, Hall-Spencer J, Taviani M (2005) Distribution and habitats of Acesta excavata (Bivalvia: Limidae) with new data on its shell ultrastructure. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 173-205

López Correa M, Montagna P, Joseph N, Rüggeberg A, Fietzke J, Flögel S, Dorschel B, Goldstein SL, Wheeler A, Freiwald A (2012) Preboreal onset of cold-water coral growth beyond the Arctic Circle revealed by coupled radiocarbon and U-series dating and neodymium isotopes. Quaternary Science Reviews 34: 24-43

Macpherson E, Beuck L, Freiwald A (2016) Some species of Munidopsis from the Gulf of Mexico, Florida Straits and Caribbean Sea (Decapoda: Munidopsidae), with the description of two new species. Zootaxa 4137: 405-416

Marali S, Wisshak M, López Correa M, Freiwald A (2013) Skeletal microstructure and stable isotope signature of three bathyal solitary cold-water corals from the Azores. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 373: 25-38

Matsuyama K, Janssen A, Martínez Arbizu P, Martha SO, Freiwald A (2014) Bryozoans from RV Sonne deep-sea cruises SO 167 ‘Louisville’ and SO 205 ‘Mangan’. Zootaxa 3856: 100-116

Matsuyama K, Titschack J, Baum D, Freiwald A (2015) Two new species of erect Bryozoa (Gymnolaemata: Cheilostomata) and the application of non-destructive imaging methods for quantitative taxonomy. Zootaxa 4020: 81-100

McCulloch M, Trotter J, Montagna P, Falter J, Dunbar R, Freiwald A, Försterra G, López Correa M, Maier C, Rüggeberg A, Taviani M (2012) Resilience of cold-water scleractinian corals to ocean acidification: Boron isotopic systematics of pH and saturation state up-regulation. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 87: 21-34

Mienert J, Weaver PPE, Berné S, Dullo WC, Evans D, Freiwald A, Henriet JP, Joergensen BB, Lericolas G, Lykousis V, Parkes J, Trincardi F, Westbrook G (2004) Dynamics and evolution of European margins. Oceanography 17: 12-29

Montagna P, López Correa M, Rüggeberg A, McCulloch M, Rodolfo-Metalpa R, Dullo WC, Ferrier-Pagès C, Freiwald A, Henderson GM, Mazzoli C, Russo S, Silenzi S, Taviani M (2008) Coral Li/Ca in micro-structural domains as a temperature proxy. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72: A645

Montagna P, McCulloch M, Douville E, López Correa M, Trotter J, Rodolfo-Metalpa R, Dissard D, Ferrier-Pagès C, Frank N, Freiwald A, Goldstein S, Mazzoli C, Reynaud S, Rüggeberg A, Russo S, Taviani M (2014) Li/Mg systematics in scleractinian corals: Calibration of the thermometer. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 132: 288-310

Morato T, González-Irusta JM, Dominguez-Carrió C, Wei CL, Davies A, Sweetman AK, Taranto GH, Beazley L, García-Alegre A, Grehan A, Laffargue P, Murillo FJ, Sacau M, Vaz S, Kenchington E, Arnaud-Haond S, Callery O, Chimienti G, Cordes E, Egilsdottir H, Freiwald A, Gasbarro R, Gutiérrez-Zárate C, Gianni M, Gilkinson K, Wareham Hayes VE, Hebbeln D, Hedges K, Henry LA, Johnson D, Koen-Alonso M, Lirette C, Mastrototaro F, Menot L, Molodtsova T, Muñoz PD, Orejas C, Pennino MG, Puerta P, Ragnarsson SA, Ramiro-Sánchez B, Rice J, Rivera J, Roberts JM, Ross SW, Rueda JL, Sampaio Í, Snelgrove P, Stirling D, Treble MA, Urra J, Vad J, Van Oevelen D, Watling L, Walkusz W, Wienberg C, Woillez M, Levin LA, Carreiro-Silva M (2020) Climate-induced changes in the suitable habitat of cold-water corals and commercially important deep-sea fishes in the North Atlantic. Global Change Biology 26: 2181-2202

Noé S, Lembke-Jene L, Reveillaud J, Freiwald A (2007) Microstructure, growth banding and age determination of a primnoid gorgonian skeleton (Octocorallia) from the late Younger Dryas to earliest Holocene of the Bay of Biscay. Facies 53: 177-188

Noé S, Titschack J, Freiwald A, Dullo WC (2006) From sediment to rock: diagenetic processes of hardground formation in deep-water carbonate mounds of the NE Atlantic. Facies 52: 183-208

Raddatz J, Liebetrau V, Rüggeberg A, Hathorne E, Krabbenhöft A, Eisenhauer A, Böhm F, Vollstaedt H, Fietzke J, López Correa M, Freiwald A, Dullo WC (2013) Stable Sr-isotope, Sr/Ca, Mg/Ca, Li/Ca and Mg/Li ratios in the scleractinian cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa. Chemical Geology 352: 143-152

Raddatz J, Titschack J, Frank N, Freiwald A, Conforti A, Osborne A, Skornitzke S, Stiller W, Rüggeberg A, Voigt S, Albuquerque ALS, Vertino A, Schröder-Ritzrau A, Bahr A (2020) Solenosmilia variabilis-bearing cold-water coral mounds off Brazil. Coral Reefs 39: 69-83

Reveillaud J, Freiwald A, Van Rooij D, Le Guilloux E, Altuna A, Foubert A, Vanreusel A, Olu-Le Roy K, Henriet JP (2008) The distribution of scleractinian corals in the Bay of Biscay, NE Atlantic. Facies 54: 317-331

Roberts JM, Freiwald A (2005) Integrated European research into cold-water coral reefs. Current 21: 41-45

Roberts JM, Wheeler AJ, Freiwald A (2006) Reefs of the deep: the biology and geology of cold-water coral ecosystems. Science 312: 543-547

Roberts JM, Wheeler AJ, Freiwald A, Cairns SD (2009) Cold-water corals – The biology and geology of deep-sea coral habitats. Cambridge University Press

Rosso A, Beuck L, Vertino A, Sanfilippo A, Freiwald A (2018) Cribrilinids (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata) associated with deep-water coral habitats at the Great Bahama Bank slope (NW Atlantic), with description of new taxa. Zootaxa 4524: 401-439

Rüggeberg A, Fietzke J, Liebetrau V, Eisenhauer A, Dullo WC, Freiwald A (2008) Stable strontium isotopes (d88/86Sr) in cold-water corals— a new proxy for reconstruction of intermediate ocean water temperatures. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 269: 569-574

Rüggeberg A, Flögel S, Dullo WC, Hissmann K, Freiwald A (2011) Water mass characteristics and sill dynamics in a subpolar cold-water coral reef setting at Stjernsund, northern Norway. Marine Geology 282: 5-12

Sakai K, Türkay M, Beuck L, Freiwald A (2015) A collection of the Infraorder Callianassidea (Decapoda, Pleocyemata) with one new genus and five new species from the Eastern Atlantic off Mauritania (R/V Maria S. Merian cruise MSM 16/3 “PHAETON”). Marine Biodiversity 45: 113-133

Sampaio I, Carreiro-Silva M, Freiwald A, Menezes G, Grasshoff M (2019) Natural history collections as a basis for sound biodiversity assessments: Plexauridae (Octocorallia, Holaxonia) of the Naturalis CANCAP and Tyro Mauritania II expeditions. ZooKeys 870: 1-32

Sampaio I, Freiwald A, Porteiro FM, Menezes G, Carreiro-Silva M (2019) Census of Octocorallia (Cnidaria: Anthozoa) of the Azores (NE Atlantic) with a nomenclature update. Zootaxa 4550: 451-498

Sanfilippo R, Vertino A, Rosso A, Beuck L, Freiwald A, Taviani M (2013) Serpula aggregates and their role in deep-sea coral communities in the southern Adriatic Sea. Facies 59: 663-677

Savini A, Vertino A, Marchese F, Beuck L, Freiwald A (2014) Mapping cold-water coral habitats at different scales within the northern Ionian Sea (Central Mediterranean): An assessment of coral coverage and associated vulnerability. Plos One 9: e87108

Schleinkofer N, Raddatz J, Freiwald A, Evans D, Beuck L, Rüggeberg A, Liebetrau V (2019) Environmental and biological controls on Na/Ca ratios in scleractinian cold-water corals. Biogeosciences 16: 3565-3582

Schönfeld J, Dullo WC, Pfannkuche O, Freiwald A, Rüggeberg A, Schmidt S, Weston J (2011) Recent benthic foraminiferal assemblages from cold-water coral mounds in the Porcupine Seabight. Facies 57: 187-213

Schröder-Ritzrau A, Freiwald A, Mangini A (2005) U/Th-dating of deep-water corals from the eastern North Atlantic and the western Mediterranean Sea. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 157-172

Sorauf JE, Freiwald A (2002) Skeletal structure in the rugosan genus Calophyllum from Permian strata of Timor: Comparison with the living deep water coral Lophelia pertusa. Coral Research Bulletin 7: 191-207

Tamborrino L, Wienberg C, Titschack J, Wintersteller P, Mienis F, Schröder-Ritzrau A, Freiwald A, Orejas C, Dullo WC, Haberkern J, Hebbeln D (2019) Mid-Holocene extinction of cold-water corals on the Namibian shelf steered by the Benguela oxygen minimum zone. Geology 47: 1185-1188

Taviani M, Angeletti L, Beuck L, Campiani E, Canese S, Foglini F, Freiwald A, Montagna P, Trincardi F (2015) On and off the beaten track: Megafaunal sessile life and Adriatic cascading processes. Marine Geology 369: 273-287

Taviani M, Angeletti L, Dimech M, Mifsud C, Freiwald A, Harasewych MG, Oliverio M (2009) Coralliophilinae (Gastropoda: Muricidae) associated with deep-water coral banks in the Mediterranean. The Nautilus 123: 106-112

Taviani M, Freiwald A, Beuck L, Angeletti L, Remia A, Vertino A, Dimech M, Schembri PJ (2010) The deepest known occurrence of the precious red coral Corallium rubrum (L., 1758) in the Mediterranean Sea. In: Bussoletti E, Cottingham D, Bruckner A, Roberts G, Sandulli R (eds) Proceedings of the International Workshop on Red Coral Science, Management, and Trade: Lessons from the Mediterranean. NOAA Technical Memorandum CRCP-13, pp 87-93

Taviani M, Freiwald A, Zibrowius H (2005) Deep coral growth in the Mediterranean Sea: an overview. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 137-156

Taviani M, Remia A, Corselli C, Freiwald A, Malinverno E, Mastrototaro F, Savini A, Tursi A (2005) First geo-marine survey of living cold-water Lophelia reefs in the Ionian Sea (Mediterranean basin). Facies 50: 409-417

Titschack J, Baum D, De Pol-Holz R, López Correa M, Forster N, Flögel S, Hebbeln D, Freiwald A (2015) Aggradation and carbonate accumulation of Holocene Norwegian cold-water coral reefs. Sedimentology 62: 1873-1898

Titschack J, Bromley RG, Freiwald A (2005) Plio-Pleistocene cliff-bound, wedge-shaped, warm-temperate carbonate deposits from Rhodes (Greece): Sedimentology and facies. Sedimentary Geology 180: 29-56

Titschack J, Fink HG, Baum D, Wienberg C, Hebbeln D, Freiwald A (2016) Mediterranean cold-water corals – an important regional carbonate factory? Depositional Record 2: 74-96

Titschack J, Freiwald A (2005) Growth, deposition, and facies of Pleistocene bathyal coral communities from Rhodes, Greece. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 41-59

Titschack J, Thierens M, Dorschel B, Schulbert C, Freiwald A, Kano A, Takashima C, Kawagoe N, Li X (2009) Carbonate budget of a cold-water coral mound (Challenger Mound, IODP Exp. 307). Marine Geology 259: 36-46

Weaver PPE, Billett DSM, Boetius A, Danovaro R, Freiwald A, Sibuet M (2004) Hotspot ecosystem research on Europe’s deep-ocean margins. Oceanography 17: 132-143

Weaver PPE, Boetius A, Danovaro R, Freiwald A, Gunn V, Heussner S, Morato T, Schewe I, van den Howe S (2009) The future of integrated deep-sea research in Europe—The HERMIONE Project. Oceanography 22: 177-191

Welte C, Wacker L, Hattendorf B, Christl M, Fohlmeister J, Breitenbach SFM, Robinson LF, Andrews AH, Freiwald A, Farmer JR, Yeman C, Synal HA, Günther D (2016) Laser ablation − accelerator mass spectrometry: An approach for rapid radiocarbon analyses of carbonate archives at high spatial resolution. Analytical Chemistry 88: 8570-8576

Wheeler AJ, Beyer A, Freiwald A, de Haas H, Huvenne VAI, Kozachenko M, Olu-Le Roy K, Opderbecke J (2007) Morphology and environment of cold-water coral carbonate mounds on the NE European margin. International Journal of Earth Sciences 96: 37-57

Wienberg C, Beuck L, Heidkamp S, Hebbeln D, Freiwald A, Pfannkuche O, Monteys X (2008) Franken Mound: facies and biocoenoses on a newly-discovered „carbonate mound“ on the western Rockall Bank, NE Atlantic. Facies 54: 1-24

Wienberg C, Hebbeln D, Fink HG, Mienis F, Dorschel B, Vertino A, López Correa M, Freiwald A (2009) Scleractinian cold-water corals in the Gulf of Cádiz—First clues about their spatial and temporal distribution. Deep-Sea Research I 56: 1873-1893

Wienberg C, Titschack J, Freiwald A, Frank N, Lundälv T, Taviani M, Beuck L, Schröder-Ritzrau A, Krengel T, Hebbeln D (2018) The giant Mauritanian cold-water coral mound province: Oxygen control on coral mound formation. Quaternary Science Reviews 185: 135-152

Wisshak M, Freiwald A, Lundälv T, Gektidis M (2005) The physical niche of the bathyal Lophelia pertusa in a non-bathyal setting: environmental controls and palaeoecological implications. In: Freiwald A, Roberts JM (eds) Cold-water corals and ecosystems. Springer, Heidelberg, pp 979-1001

Wisshak M, López Correa M, Gofas S, Salas C, Taviani M, Jakobsen J, Freiwald A (2009) Shell architecture, element composition, and stable isotope signature of the giant deep-sea oyster Neopycnodonte zibrowii sp. n. from the NE Atlantic. Deep-Sea Research I 66: 374-407

Wisshak M, López Correa M, Zibrowius H, Jakobsen J, Freiwald A (2009) Skeletal reorganisation affects geochemical signals, exemplified in the stylasterid hydrocoral Errina dabneyi (Azores Archipelago). Marine Ecology Progress Series 397: 197-208

Wisshak M, Neumann C, Jakobsen J, Freiwald A (2009) The ‚living-fossil community‘ of the cyrtocrinoid Cyathidium foresti and the deep-sea oyster Neopycnodonte zibrowii (Azores Archipelago). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 271: 77-83

Zettler ML, Freiwald A, Guerra-García JM (2018) Cold-water corals off Angola as refuge for a new Aeginella species (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Caprellidae). Zootaxa 4462: 535-546

 

Populärwissenschaftliche Publikationen zum Thema Kaltwasserkorallen 

Freiwald A (2003) Korallengärten in kalten Tiefen. Spektrum der Wissenschaft 2/2003: 666-673

Freiwald A (2004) Kaltwasser-Karbonate und Tiefwasser-Riffe – eine geobiologische Herausforderung. Gmit 18: 8-14

Freiwald A (2014) Kaltwasserkorallen – aus der Grundlagenforschung auf die politische Agenda. Natur, Forschung, Museum 144: 6-17

Freiwald A (2015) Kaltwasserriffe als Geobiodiversitäts-Hotspots. Natur, Forschung und Museum 145: 6-13

Freiwald A (2015) Tiefseeforschungsschiff „Sonne“ nimmt Fahrt auf. Natur, Forschung und Museum 145: 34-37

Freiwald A, Beuck L (2011) Sind Kaltwasserkorallen durch den Klimawandel gefährdet? In: Lozán JL, Graßl H, Karbe L, Reise K (eds) Warnsignal Klima: Die Meere – Änderungen und Risiken, Hamburg, pp 220-224

Freiwald A, Beuck L, Wisshak M (2013) Korallenriffe im kalten Wasser des Nordatlantiks. In: Beck E (ed) Die Vielfalt des Lebens: Wie hoch, wie komplex, warum? Wiley-VCH, pp 88-98

George KH, Wehrmann A, Freiwald A (2019) Gipfelstürmer der Tiefe. Natur, Forschung und Museum 149: 72-77

Hebbeln D, Freiwald A (2010) Manche mögen’s kalt – Der europäische Korallengürtel von Norwegen bis ins Mittelmeer. In: Wefer G, Schmieder F (eds) Expedition Erde. Marum Bibliothek verständliche Geowissenschaften, Bremen, pp 394-401

Schmidt H, Freiwald A (1993) Rezente gesteinsbohrende Kleinorganismen des norwegischen Schelfs. Natur und Museum 123: 149-155

 

Heutige nicht-tropische biosedimentäre Systeme (Kaltwasserkarbonate im Flachwasser)

Andruleit H, Freiwald A, Schäfer P (1996) Bioclastic carbonate sediments on the southwestern Svalbard Shelf. Marine Geology 134: 163-182

Färber C, Titschack J, Schönberg CHL, Ehrig K, Boos K, Baum D, Illerhaus B, Asgaard U, Bromley RG, Freiwald A, Wisshak M (2016) Long-term macrobioerosion in the Mediterranean Sea assessed by micro-computed tomography. Biogeosciences 13: 3461-3474

Färber C, Wisshak M, Pyko I, Bellou N, Freiwald A (2015) Effects of water depth, seasonal exposure, and substrate orientation on microbial bioerosion in the Ionian Sea (Eastern Mediterranean). Plos One 10: e0126495

Freiwald A (1993) Coralline algal maerl frameworks-Islands within the phaeophytic kelp belt. Facies 29: 133-148

Freiwald A (1995) Bacteria-induced carbonate degradation: a taphonomic case study of Cibicides lobatulus from a high-boreal carbonate setting. Palaios 10: 337-346

Freiwald A (1995) Sedimentological and biological aspects in the formation of branched rhodoliths in northern Norway. Beiträge zur Paläontologie 20: 7-19

Freiwald A (1998) Microbial maceration and carbonate dissolution on cold-temperate shelves. Historical Biology 13: 27-35

Freiwald A (1998) Modern nearshore cold-temperate calcareous sediments in the Troms District, northern Norway. Journal of Sedimentary Research 68: 763-776

Freiwald A, Henrich R (1994) Reefal coralline algal build-ups within the Arctic Circle: morphology and sedimentary dynamics under extreme environmental seasonality. Sedimentology 41: 963-984

Freiwald A, Henrich R, Schäfer P, Willkomm H (1991) The significance of high-boreal to subarctic maerl deposits in northern Norway to reconstruct Holocene climatic changes and sea level oscillations. Facies 25: 315-340

Freiwald A, Mostafawi N (1998) Ostracods in a cold-temperate coastal environment, western Troms, northern Norway: sedimentary aspects and assemblages. Facies 38: 255-274

Henrich R, Freiwald A, Betzler CB, Bader B, Schäfer P, Samtleben C, Brachert TC, Wehrmann A, Zankl H, Kühlmann DHH (1995) Controls on modern carbonate sedimentation on warm-temperate to Arctic coasts, shelves and seamounts in the northern Hemisphere: implications for fossil counterparts. Facies 32: 71-108

Henrich R, Freiwald A, Bickert T, Schäfer P (1997) Evolution of an Arctic open-shelf carbonate platform, Spitsbergen Bank (Barents Sea). In: James NP, Clarke JAD (eds) Cool-water carbonates. SEPM, Special Volume, pp 163-181

Henrich R, Freiwald A, Wehrmann A, Schäfer P, Samtleben C, Zankl H (1996) Nordic cold-water carbonates: occurrences and controls. Göttinger Arbeiten zur Geologie und Paläontologie Sb 2: 35-52

Henrich R, Hartmann M, Reitner J, Schäfer P, Freiwald A, Steinmetz S, Dietrich P, Thiede J (1992) Facies belts and communities of the Arctic Vesterisbanken Seamount (Central Greenland Sea). Facies 27: 71-104

Teichert S, Freiwald A (2014) Polar coralline algal CaCO3-production rates correspond to intensity and duration of the solar radiation. Biogeosciences 11: 833-842

Teichert S, Woelkerling W, Rüggeberg A, Wisshak M, Piepenburg D, Meyerhöfer M, Form A, Büdenbender J, Freiwald A (2012) Rhodolith beds (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) and their physical and biological environment at 80°31’N in Nordkappbukta (Nordaustlandet, Svalbard Archipelago, Norway). Phycologia 51: 371-390

Teichert S, Woelkerling W, Rüggeberg A, Wisshak M, Piepenburg D, Meyerhöfer M, Form A, Freiwald A (2014) Arctic rhodolith beds and their environmental controls (Spitsbergen, Norway). Facies 60: 15-37

Wehrmann A, Freiwald A, Zankl H (1995) Formation of cold-temperate water multispecies rhodoliths in intertidal gravel pools from northern Brittany, France. Senckenbergiana maritima 26: 51-71

Westphal H, Halfar J, Freiwald A (2010) Heterozoan carbonates in subtropical to tropical settings in the present and in the past. International Journal of Earth Sciences 99 Supplement 1: S153-S169

Wisshak M, Berning B, Jakobsen J, Freiwald A (2015) Temperate carbonate production: biodiversity of calcareous epiliths from intertidal to bathyal depths (Azores). Marine Biodiversity 45: 87-112

Wisshak M, Form A, Jakobsen J, Freiwald A (2010) Temperate carbonate cycling and water mass properties from intertidal to bathyal depths (Azores, N-Atlantic). Biogeosciences 7: 2379-2396

Wisshak M, Gektidis M, Freiwald A, Lundälv T (2005) Bioerosion along a bathymetric gradient in a cold-temperate setting (Kosterfjord, SW Sweden): an experimental study. Facies 51: 93-117

Wisshak M, Schönberg CHL, Form A, Freiwald A (2012) Ocean acidification accelerates reef bioerosion. Plos One 7: e45124

Wisshak M, Schönberg CHL, Form A, Freiwald A (2013) Effects of ocean acidification and global warming on reef bioerosion—lessons from a clionaid sponge. Aquatic Biology 19: 111-127

Wisshak M, Schönberg CHL, Form A, Freiwald A (2014) Sponge bioerosion accelerated by ocean acidification across species and latitudes? Helgoland Marine Research 68: 253-262

Wisshak M, Tribollet A, Golubic S, Jakobsen J, Freiwald A (2011) Temperate bioerosion: ichnodiversity and biodiversity from intertidal to bathyal depths (Azores). Geobiology 9: 492-520

 

Geologische und paläontologische Studien

Beuck L, Wisshak M, Munnecke A, Freiwald A (2008) A giant boring in a Silurian stromatoporoid analysed by computer tomography. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 53: 149-160

Birgel D, Himmler T, Freiwald A, Peckmann J (2008) A new constraint on the antiquity of anaerobic oxidation of methane: Late Pennsylvanian seep limestones from southern Namibia. Geology 36: 543-546

Blomeier D, Wisshak M, Dallmann W, Volohonsky E, Freiwald A (2003) Facies analysis of the Old Red sandstone of Spitsbergen (Wood Bay Formation): Reconstruction of the depositional environments and implications of basin development. Facies 49: 151-174

Blomeier D, Wisshak M, Joachimski M, Freiwald A, Volohonsky E (2003) Calcareous, alluvial and lacustrine deposits in the Old Red Sandstone of central north Spitsbergen (Wood Bay Formation, Early Devonian). Norwegian Journal of Geology 83: 281-298

Freiwald A, Krzeminski W (1991) Cylindrotomidae (Diptera, Tipulomorpha) from the Paleogene of Bolshaya Svetlovodnaya (Eastern Asiatic USSR). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 65: 339-344

Himmler T, Freiwald A, Stollhofen H, Peckmann J (2008) Late Carboniferous hydrocarbon-seep carbonates from the glaciomarine Dwyka Group, southern Namibia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 257: 185-197

Krzeminski W, Freiwald A (1991) Toxorhina (Ceratocheilus) caucasiensis, a new species from the Middle Miocene of Stavropol (northern Caucasus, USSR) (Diptera, Limoniidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 65: 153-155

Kuechler RR, Birgel D, Kiel S, Freiwald A, Goedert J, Thiel V, Peckmann J (2012) Miocene methane-derived carbonates from southwestern Washington, USA and a model for silification at seeps. Lethaia 45: 259-273

Milker Y, Weinkauf MFG, Titschack J, Freiwald A, Krüger S, Jorissen FJ, Schmiedl G (2017) Testing the applicability of a benthic foraminiferal-based transfer function for the reconstruction of paleowater depth changes in Rhodes (Greece) during the early Pleistocene. PlosOne 12: e0188447

Nelson CS, Freiwald A, Titschack J, List S (2001) Lithostratigraphy and sequence architecture of temperate mixed siliciclastic-carbonate facies in a new Plio-Pleistocene section at Plimiri, Rhodes Island (Greece). Occasional Report Department of Earth Sciences, University of Waikato 25: 1-50

Titschack J, Joseph N, Fietzke J, Freiwald A, Bromley RG (2013) Record of a tectonically-controlled regression captured by changes in carbonate skeletal associations on a structured island shelf (mid-Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece). Sedimentary Geology 283: 15-33

Titschack J, Nelson CS, Beck T, Freiwald A (2008) Sedimentary evolution of a Late Pleistocene temperate red algal reef (Coralligène) on Rhodes, Greece: correlation with global sea-level fluctuations. Sedimentology 55: 1747-1776

Titschack J, Radtke U, Freiwald A (2009) Dating and characterization of polymorphic transformation of aragonite to calcite in Pleistocene bivalves from Rhodes (Greece) by combined shell microstructure, stable isotope, and electron spin resonance study. Journal of Sedimentary Research 79: 332-346

Wisshak M, Volohonsky E, Seilacher A, Freiwald A (2004) A trace fossil assemblage from fluvial Old Red deposits (Wood Bay Formation; Lower to Middle Devonian) of NW-Spitsbergen, Svalbard. Lethaia 37: 149-163

 

 

 

 

 

Mitarbeiter Foto
Prof. Dr.  Ulf Linnemann
Institutsleitung SNSD

Institutsdirektor der Senckenberg Naturhistorischen Sammlungen Dresden, Abteilungsleiter des Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie sowie Leiter der Sektion Geochronologie

Honorarprofessor für Geologie und Plattentektonik an der TU Dresden

Ulf Linnemann studierte Geologie an der TU Bergakademie Freiberg. Er ist promovierter und habilitierter Geowissenschaftler auf den Gebieten der Geochronologie, Sedimentologie und der Feldgeologie. Ulf Linnemann war an den Universitäten in Freiberg, Dresden und Jena tätig und ist heute Institutsdirektor der Senckenberg Naturhistorischen Sammlungen Dresden, Abteilungsleiter des Museums für Mineralogie und Geologie sowie Leiter der Sektion Geochronologie. Schwerpunkte der Forschung bilden derzeit U-Pb-Altersbestimmungen an Zirkon von diversen Gesteinen und Herkunftsanalysen von Sedimenten des Superkontinents Gondwana. Als Professor für Geologie und Plattentektonik lehrt er an der TU Dresden.

Mitarbeiterfoto
Dr. Torben Riehl
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und stellv. Sektionsleiter
als Vertretung für Prof. Dr. Angelika Brandt - Sprecherin Forschungsbereich I

Forschungsinteressen

Die teils hohe Artenvielfalt am Meeresboden der Tiefsee erscheint im Widerspruch zur großflächigen Eintönigkeit dieses Lebensraums. Durch meine Forschung trage ich zu einem besseren Verständnis der Ursprünge der benthonischen Artenvielfalt in der Tiefsee bei, vor allem in Meeresgebieten unterhalb von 3500 m, dem sogenannten Abyssal.

Insbesondere widme ich mich der krebstiergruppe der Asseln (Isopoda), die im Abyssal besonders Artenreich auftritt. Anhand ihrer ökologischen, evolutiven und biogeographischen Muster teste ich Annahmen über die Besiedlungsgeschichte der Tiefsee, ihre stammesgeschichtlichen Ursprünge, sowie Hypothesen zur Artbildung und Koexistenz.

Meine aktuellen Projekte thematisieren die Auswirkung unterseeischer Strukturen, wie Gebirgsrücken und Tiefseegräben (Meeresbodentopografie) auf Artverbreitung, Populationsdifferenzierung und Artbildung. Außerdem wird der Einfluss von Habitatvielfalt auf die Artenvielfalt untersucht. Diese Studien vereinen Methoden verschiedener Disziplinen, wie der Phylogenetik, Ökologie, Taxonomie, Zoogeografie, Ozeanographie, Geologie, Geografie und Populationsgenetik.

 

Aktuelle Forschungsprojekte

  • Senckenberg Ocean Species Alliance- SOSA
  • Rocky seafloor —Underestimated driver for Benthic Biodiversity Living in the abyss and its Evolution—RUBBLE (coming soon)
  • Kuril Kamchatka Biodiversity Studies II — KuramBio II
  • Origins of Deep-Sea Biodiversity — A Crustacean Perspective
  • Biogeography, systematics and evolution of Macrostylidae (Crustacea: Isopoda)

 

Themen für Abschlussarbeiten

Verschiedene Themen im Zusammenhang mit den oben genannten Forschungsprojekten können im Rahmen von Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten sowie Praktika unter meiner Betreuung erforscht werden. Diese Arbeiten setzen sich in der Regel mit Taxonomie (z.B. Artbeschreibungen), Faunistik, Systematik und Biogeographie von Isopoda (Asseln) auseinander.

 

Beispiele für erfolgreich abgeschlossene und im Anschluss publizierte Bachelorarbeiten:

 

Beispiele für erfolgreich abgeschlossene und im Anschluss publizierte Masterarbeiten:

 

Doktorarbeiten setzen eine sorgfältige Planung voraus. Ich bin gerne bereit, Projektideen zu diskutieren und gemeinsam mit potentiellen Kandidat*innen zu entwickeln. Für Anfragen per Email stehe ich gerne bereit. 

Lehre

Jedes Sommersemester unterrichte ich im Fachbereich Biowissenschaften an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.

Im Bachelorstudiengang Biowissenschaften betreue ich einen Kurs im Bachelormodul 6b „Diversität der Organismen: Zoologie“. Im Rahmen von Exkursionen, Vorlesungen und eines Praktikums behandle ich die Systematik und Anatomie wichtiger Tierstämme und unterrichte Bestimmungsübungen. Bestimmt wird anhand der äußeren Morphologie sowie anhand von Vogelgesängen und -rufen. 

Für das Mastermodul Evo-11 „Integrative Biodiversitätsforschung in der Zoologie“ habe ich mit Frau Professor Brandt einen interaktiven und sehr praxisorientierten Kursteil entworfen, der innerhalb von zwei Wochen alle wichtigen Arbeitsschritte der taxonomisch-systematischen Erforschung von Tiefseemakrofauna vermittelt. Die Teilnehmer sortieren echte Tiefseeproben, entdecken und bestimmen Organismen daraus und erlernen dann über die Praxis das taxonomische Beschreiben einer Art, das Charakterisieren und kodieren von morphologischen Merkmalen sowie das Erstellen von Bestimmungsschlüsseln.

 

Kurzvita

Seit 2021

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter & stellv. Sektionsleiter, Senckenberg Frankfurt

Co-Vorsitzender Senckenberg Ocean Species Alliance

Seit 2020

Mitglied der Jungen Akademie Mainz

Fellow der Johanna Quandt Young Academy

2017-2020

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Senckenberg Frankfurt

2014–2017

Post-Doc, Universität Hamburg, Centrum für Naturkunde (CeNak)

2014

Promotion in Biology (Dr. rer. nat.) unter Prof. Dr. Angelika Brandt

2012–2014

Promotionsstipendium, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes

2012

Geddes Visiting Research Fellowship, Australian Museum

2009–2017

Freiberuflicher Ornithologe

2009–2010

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Senckenberg am Meer DZMB

2009

Studienabschluss Diplombiologe (Dipl. Biol.), Universität Hamburg

2003–2009

Biologiestudium (Hauptfächer: Zoologie, Hydrobiologie & Fischereiwissenschaften), Universität Hamburg

2002–2003

Freiwilliges Soziales Jahr, Leben mit Behinderung Hamburg

2002

Abitur, Otto-Hahn-Gymnasium Geesthacht

 

Feldarbeit & Expeditionen

Auf mehreren Reisen war ich an Feldforschung beteiligt und habe ein vielfältiges Spektrum an Sammel- und Messmethoden kennengelernt: im Regenwald Borneos, auf Tauch-Exkursionen und Tiefsee-Expeditionen.

 

2016/08/16

FS Sonne (SO250), Hadalexpedition „KuramBio II“, Nordwestpazifik (41 Tage)

2014/12/15

FS Sonne (SO237) Tiefseeexpedition „Vema-TRANSIT“, Nordatlantik (42 Tage)

2014/10/19–24

FS Bjørn Føyn, Projekt „POLYSKAG“, Oslofjord, Norwegen

2012/07/18

FS Sonne (SO223), Tiefseeexpedition „KuramBio“, Nordpazifik (49 Tage)

2011/08–09

FS Meteor (Me85-3), Tiefseeexpedition „IceAGE“, Nordatlantik (32 Tage)

2010/08–09

FS Akademik M.A. Lavrentyev (Lv-51), Tiefseeexp. „SoJaBio“, Japanmeer (25 Tage)

2009/07–08

FS Meteor (Me79-1), Tiefseeexpedition „DIVA3“, Südwestatlantik (44 Tage)

2008/07/14–28

Tauchexpedition in den Kornati Nationalpark, Kroatien

2007/11–2008/02

FS Polarstern (ANTXXIV-2), Expedition „ANDEEP-SYSTCO“, Südpolarmeer (69 Tage)

2007/02–04

Kubah & Gunung Mulu Nationalparks, Malaysia, Herpetologische Expedition

2007/06/08

FS Alkor (AL 300), Ausbildungsfahrt Fischereiwissenschaften (10 Tage)

 

Wissenschaftskommunikation

Die Vermittlung von wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnissen ist mir sehr wichtig. Dabei spielt neben Fachpublikationen, Konferenzvorträgen und universitärer Lehre vor allem die Wissenschaftskommunikation eine wichtige Rolle.

Durch populärwissenschaftliche Publikationen, Führung durch das Senckenbergmuseum und hinter seine Kulissen, öffentliche Vorträge sowie viele weitere Aktivitäten innerhalb und außerhalbs des Museum stehe ich mit der interessierten Gesellschaft im Austausch.

Beispiele aus meinen Tätigkeiten in der Wissenschaftskommunikation:

Vollständiger Lebenslauf

 

Publikationen

5 wichtigste Publikationen

Riehl T, De Smet B (2020) Macrostylis metallicola spec. nov. — An isopod with geographically clustered genetic variability from a polymetallic-nodule area in the Clarion-Clipperton Fracture Zone. PeerJ 8:1–44. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.8621

 

Riehl T, Brandão SN, Brandt A (2020) Conquering the ocean depths over three geological eras. In: Thiel M, Poore GCB (Hrsg.) Evolution and Biogeography. Oxford University Press, New York, pp 155–182

 

Riehl T, Lins L, Brandt A (2018) The effects of depth, distance, and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge on genetic differentiation of abyssal and hadal isopods (Macrostylidae). Deep-Sea Res Pt II 148:74–90. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2017.10.005

 

Riehl T, Wilson GDF, Malyutina MV (2014) Urstylidae – A new family of deep-sea isopods and its phylogenetic implications. Zool J Linn Soc 170:245–296. https://doi.org/10.1111/zoj.12104

 

Riehl T, Kaiser S (2012) Conquered from the deep sea? A new deep-sea isopod species from the Antarctic shelf shows pattern of recent colonization. PLoS ONE 7:e49354. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0049354

 

Vollständige Publikationsliste

MItarbeiterportrait
Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmitt
Institutsleitung SDEI

Scientific Interests

  • Molecular and classic biogeography
  • Classic and molecular ecology
  • •Evolutionary biology
  • Conservation biology and conservation genetics including landscape genetics
  • Systematics of Lepidoptera

Expertise Skills

  • •DNA analytics (microsatellites, mtDNA sequencing, AFLP, etc.); allozyme electrophoresis
  • Morphometry and morphometrics
  • Transect counts, light trapping, etc.
  • GPS based mark-release recapture
  • Landscape parametrisation (e.g. Ellenberg’s indicator values)
  • GIS applications

Organisms of Interest

  • Butterflies (main group)
  • •Odonates, beetles, caddisflies, tipulids, scorpions
  • Amphibians, reptiles
  • •Montane plants

Universität Potsdam, seit 2021
Universitäts Professor (W3) für Entomologie

Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, 2014-2021
Universitäts Professor (W3) für Entomologie

Universität Trier, 2001-2014
Universitäts Professor (W2) für Molekular Biogeografie, 2009-2014
Junior Professor (W1)  für Molekular Biogeografie, 2003-2009
Postdoc, 2001-2003

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, 1996-2001
Postdoc, 2000-2001
Dissertation 1996-1999; Verteidigung 1999

Universität des Saarlandes, 1989-1996; Universitdade de Lisboa, Portugal, 1993
Diplom in Biologie, 1996

(Mai 2020)

ISI peer-reviewed Articles

Habel, J.C., Husemann, M., Schmitt, T. & Ulrich, W. (2020) Island-mainland lepidopteran assemblies: A blue-print for species conservation in fragmented habitats. — Biodiversity and Conservation: in press.

Schmitt, T., Ulrich, W., Büschel, H., Bretzel, J., Gebler, J., Mwadime, L. & Habel, J.C. (2020) The relevance of cloud forest fragments and their transition zones for butterfly conservation in Taita Hills, Kenya. — Biodiversity and Conservation: in press. DOI: 10.1007/s10531-020-02017-2

Lundhagen, A., Schmitt, T., Wahlberg, N., Sarvarova, L., Konvička, M., Ryrholm, N. & Kanuch, P. (2020) Wing morphology of the butterfly Coenonympha arcania in Europe: traces of both historical isolation in glacial refugia and current adaptation. — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research: in press. DOI: 10.1111/jzs.12360

Habel, J.C., Gossner, M.M. & Schmitt, T. (2020) What makes a species a priority for nature conservation? — Animal Conservation 23: 28–35.

Habel, J.C., Ulrich, U. & Schmitt, T. (2020) Butterflies in corridors: quality matters for specialists. — Insect Conservation and Diversity 13: 91–98.

Habel, J.C., Trusch, R., Schmitt, T., Ochse, M. & Ulrich, W. (2019) Long-term large-scale decline in relative abundances of butterfly and burnet moth species across south-western Germany. — Scientific Reports 9: 14921.

Habel, J.C., Samways, M. & Schmitt, T. (2019) Mitigating the precipitous decline of terrestrial European insects: Requirements for a new strategy. — Biodiversity and Conservation 28: 1343–1360.

Habel, J.C., Biburger, N., Seibold, S., Ulrich, W. & Schmitt, T. (2019) Agricultural intensification drives butterfly decline. — Insect Conservation and Diversity 12: 289–295.

Habel, J.C., Segerer, A., Ulrich, W. & Schmitt, T. (2019) Succession matters: Community shifts in moths over three decades increases multifunctionality in intermediate successional stages. — Scientific Reports 9: 5586.

Ehl, S., Holzhauer, S.I.J., Ryrholm, N. & Schmitt, T. (2019) Phenology, mobility, and behaviour of the arcto-alpine species Boloria napaea in its arctic habitat. — Scientific Reports 9: 3912.

Ehl, S., Böhm, N., Wörner, M., Rakosy, L. & Schmitt, T. (2019) Dispersal and adaptation strategies of the high mountain butterfly Boloria pales in the Romanian Carpathians. — Frontiers in Zoology 16: 1.

Bartonova, A., Konvicka, M., Korb, S., Kramp, K., Schmitt, T. & Faltynek Fric, Z. (2018) Range dynamics of Palaearctic steppe species under glacial cycles: the phylogeography of Proterebia afra (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae). — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125: 867–884.

Drag, L., Hauck, D., Rican, O., Schmitt, T., Shovkoon, D.F., Godunko, R.J., Curletti, G. & Cizek, L. (2018) Phylogeography of the endangered saproxylic beetle Rosalia longicorn, Rosalia alpina (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae), corresponds with its main host, the European beech (Fagus sylvatica, Fagaceae). — Journal of Biogeography 45: 2631–2644. cover paper

Habel, J.C., Seibold, S., Ulrich, W. & Schmitt, T. (2018) Seasonality overrides differences in butterfly species composition between natural and anthropogenic forest habitats. — Animal Conservation 21: 405-413.

Ehl, S., Hostert, K., Korsch, J., Gros, P. & Schmitt, T. (2018) Sexual dimorphism in the alpine butterflies Boloria pales and Boloria napaea: Differences in movement and foraging behaviour (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). — Insect Science 25: 1089–1101. cover paper

Kramp, K., Schmitt, T., Lang, P., Jeschke, M., Schäfer, P., Kulanek, D., Zhang, X., Yu, R. & Thomas, F.M. (2018) Clones or no clones: genetic structure of riparian Populus euphratica forests in Central Asia. — Journal of Arid Land 10: 750-766.

Rangel López, J.Á., Husemann, M., Schmitt, T., Kramp, K. & Habel, J.C. (2018) Mountain barriers and trans-Saharan connections shape genetic structures of Pimelia darkling beetles (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae). — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124: 547-556.

Hochkirch, A., Beninde, J., Fischer, M., Krahner, A., Lindemann, C., Matenaar, D., Rohde, K., Wagner, N., Wesch, C., Wirtz, S., Zink, A., Lötters, S., Schmitt, T., Proelss, A. & Veith, M. (2018) License to Kill? – Disease eradication programs may not be in line with the Convention on Biological Diversity. — Conservation Letters 11: e12470.

Ehl, S., Dalstein, V., Tull, F., Gros, P. & Schmitt, T. (2018) Specialised or opportunistic – How does the high mountain endemic butterfly Erebia nivalis survive in its extreme habitats? — Insect Science 25: 161–171. cover paper

Habel, J.C. & Schmitt, T. (2018) Vanishing of the common species: Empty habitats and the role of genetic diversity. — Biological Conservation 218: 211–216.

Ehl, S., Ebertshäuser, M., Gros, P. & Schmitt, T. (2017) Population demography of alpine butterflies: Boloria pales and Boloria napaea (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) and their specific adaptations to high mountain environments. — Acta Oecologica 85: 53–61.

Vitali, F. & Schmitt, T. (2017) Ecological patterns strongly impact the biogeography of western Palaearctic longhorn beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycoidea). — Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 17: 163–180.

Habel, J.C., Vila, R., Voda, R., Husemann, M., Schmitt, T. & Dapporto, L. (2017) Differentiation in the marbled white butterfly species complex driven by multiple evolutionary forces. — Journal of Biogeography 44: 433–445.

Kühne, G., Kosuch, J., Hochkirch, A. & Schmitt, T. (2017) Extra-Mediterranean glacial refugia in a Mediterranean faunal element: the phylogeography of the chalk-hill blue Polyommatus coridon (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). — Scientific Reports 7: 43533.

Habel, J.C., Lens, L., Eggermont, H., Githiru, M., Mulwa, R.K., Suleiman Shauri, H., Lewinsohn, T.M., Weisser, W.W. & Schmitt, T. (2017) More topics from the tropics: additional thoughts to Mammides et al. — Biodiversity and Conservation 26: 237–241.

Kramp, K., Cizek, O., Madeira, P.M., Ramos, A.A., Konvicka, M., Castilho, R. & Schmitt, T. (2016) Genetic implications of the phylogeographical patterns in the conservation of the boreal wetland butterfly Colias palaeno (Pieridae). — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119: 1068–1081.

Habel, J.C., Augenstein, B., Schmitt, T. & Ulrich, W. (2016) Managing towards extinction: diverging developments of plant and ground beetle assemblages following restoration of calcareous grasslands. — Basic and Applied Ecology 17: 668–677.

Schmitt, T., Louy, D., Zimmermann, E. & Habel, J.C. (2016) Species radiation in the Alps: Multiple range shifts caused diversification in Ringlet butterflies in the European high mountains. — Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 16: 791–808.

Habel, J.C., Segerer, A., Ulrich, W., Torchyk, O., Weisser, W.W. & Schmitt, T. (2016) Butterfly community shifts over two centuries. — Conservation Biology 30: 754–762.

Habel, J.C., Hillen, J., Schmitt, T. & Fischer, C. (2016) Restricted movements and high site fidelity in three East African cloud-forest birds. — Journal of Tropical Ecology 32: 83–87.

Wakil, W. & Schmitt, T. (2015): Field trials on the efficacy of Beauveria bassiana, diatomaceous earth and Imidacloprid for the protection of wheat grains from four major stored grain insect pests. — Journal of Stored Products Research 64: 160-167.

Junker, M., Zimmermann, M., Ramos, A.A., Gros, P., Konvička, M., Nève, G., Rákosy, L., Tammaru, T., Castilho, R. & Schmitt, T. (2015) Three in one – multiple faunal elements within an endangered European butterfly species. — PLoS One 10: e0142282.

Lechner, R., Kühn, R., Melzer, A., Schmitt, T. & Habel, J.C. (2015) Ecological separation versus geographic isolation: population genetics of the Water-lily leaf beetle Galerucella nymphaeae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116: 423-431.

Filz, K.J. & Schmitt, T. (2015) Niche overlap and host specificity in parasitic Maculinea butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) as a measure for potential extinction risks under climate change. — Organisms, Diversity and Evolution 15: 555-565.

Habel, J.C., Zachos, F.E., Dapporto, L., Rödder, D., Radespiel, U., Tellier, A. & Schmitt, T. (2015) Population genetics revisited – towards a multidisciplinary research field. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115: 1-12.

Besold, J. & Schmitt, T. (2015) More northern than ever thought: Refugia of the Woodland Ringlet butterfly Erebia medusa (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) in Northern Central Europe. — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 53: 67-75.

Weyer, J., Jorgensen, D, Schmitt, T., Maxwell, T.J & Anderson, C.D. (2014) Lack of detectable genetic differentiation between den populations of the Prairie Rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) in a fragmented landscape. — Canadian Journal of Zoology 92: 837-846.

Ashoff, M. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Are different allozyme genotypes of the butterfly Polyommatus coridon adapted to resist cold and heat shocks? — Annales Zoologici Fennici 51: 413-422.

Habel, J.C. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Towards more evidence-based nature conservation: Additional thoughts to Müller & Opgenoorth. The science-practitioners gap in nature conservation. — Basic and Applied Ecology 15: 379-384.

Schmitt, T., Habel, J.C., Rödder, D. & Louy, D. (2014) Effects of recent and past climatic shifts on the genetic structure of the high mountain Yellow-spotted ringlet butterfly Erebia manto (Lepidoptera, Satyrinae): a conservation problem. — Global Change Biology 20: 2045-2061.

Pennekamp, F., Pereira, P. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Habitat requirements and dispersal ability of the Spanish Fritillary (Euphydryas desfontainii) in southern Portugal: evidence-based conservation suggestions for an endangered taxon. — Journal of Insect Conservation 18: 497-508.

Konvicka, M., Mihali, C.V., Rakosy, L., Benes, J., Schmitt, T. (2014) Survival of cold-adapted species in isolated mountains: the population genetics of the Sudeten ringlet, Erebia sudetica sudetica, in the Jeseník Mts., Czech Republic. — Journal of Insect Conservation 18: 153-161.

Louy, D., Habel, J.C., Abadjev, S., Rakosy, L., Varga, Z., Rödder, D. & Schmitt T. (2014) Molecules and models indicate diverging evolutionary effects from parallel altitudinal range shifts in two mountain Ringlet butterflies. — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112: 569-583.

Heiser, M., Dapporto, L. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Coupling impoverishment analyses and partitioning of beta diversity allows a comprehensive description of Odonata biogeography in the Western Mediterranean. — Organisms, Diversity and Evolution 14: 203-214.

Louy, D., Habel, J.C., Ulrich, W. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Out of the Alps: The biogeography of a disjunctly distributed mountain butterfly, the Almond eyed ringlet Erebia alberganus (Lepidoptera, Satyrinae). — Journal of Heredity 105: 28-38.

Husemann, M., Schmitt, T., Zachos, F.E., Ulrich, W. & Habel, J.C. (2014) Palaearctic biogeography revisited: Evidence for the existence of a North African refugium for western Palaearctic biota. — Journal of Biogeography 41: 81-94.

Hochkirch, A., Schmitt, T., Beninde, J., Hiery, M., Kinitz, T., Kirschey, J., Matenaar, D., Rohde, K., Stoefen, A., Wagner, N., Zink, A., Lötters, S., Veith, M., Proelss, A. (2013) How much biodiversity does Natura 2000 cover? — Conservation Letters 6: 470-471.

Hochkirch, A., Schmitt, T., Beninde, J., Hiery, M., Kinitz, T., Kirschey, J., Matenaar, D., Rohde, K., Stoefen, A., Wagner, N., Zink, A., Lötters, S., Veith, M., Proelss, A. (2013) Europe needs a new vision for a Natura 2020 network. — Conservation Letters 6: 462-467.

Weyer, J. & Schmitt, T. (2013) Knowing the way home: strong philopatry of a highly mobile insect species, Brenthis ino. — Journal of Insect Conservation 17: 1197-1208.

Heiser, M. & Schmitt, T. (2013) Tracking the boundary between the Palaearctic and the Oriental region: New insights from dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata). — Journal of Biogeography 40: 2047-2058.

Habel, J.C., Rödder, D. Lens, L. & Schmitt, T. (2013) The genetic signature of ecologically different grassland lepidopterans. — Biodiversity and Converation 22: 2401-2411.

Filz, K.J., Engler, J.O., Stoffels, J., Weitzel, M., Schmitt, T. (2013) Missing the target? A critical view on butterfly conservation efforts on calcareous grasslands in south-western Germany. — Biodiversity and Conservation 22: 2223-2241.

Louy, D., Habel, J.C., Abadjiev, S. & Schmitt, T. (2013) Genetic legacy from past panmixia: High genetic variability and low differentiation in disjunct populations of the Eastern Large Heath butterfly. — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110: 281-290.

Filz, K.J., Wiemers, M., Herrig, A., Weitzel, M. & Schmitt, T. (2013) A question of adaptability – Climate and habitat change lower trait diversity in butterfly communities in south-western Germany. — European Journal of Entomology 110: 633-642.

Filz, K.J., Schmitt, T. & Engler, J.O. (2013) How fine is fine-scale? Questioning the use of fine-scale bioclimatic data in species distribution models used for forecasting abundance patterns in butterflies. — European Journal of Entomology 110: 311-317.

Dieker, P., Drees, C., Schmitt, T., Assmann, T. (2013) Low genetic diversity of a high mountain burnet moth species in the Pyrenees. — Conservation Genetics 14: 231-236.

Habel, J.C., Husemann, M., Schmitt, T., Dapporto, L., Rödder, D. & Vandewoestijne, S. (2013) A forest butterfly in Sahara desert oases: isolation does not matter. — Journal of Heredity 104: 234-247.

Pennekamp, F., Monteiro, E. & Schmitt, T. (2013) The larval ecology of the butterfly Euphydryas desfontainii (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in SW-Portugal: food plant quantity and quality as main predictors of habitat quality. — Journal of Insect Conservation 17: 195-206.

Rákosy, L., Heiser, M., Manci, C.-O. & Schmitt, T. (2013) Strong divergences in regional distributions in Romania: recent ecological constraints in dragonflies (Odonata) versus ancient biogeographical patterns in butterflies (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera). — Insect Conservation and Diversity 6: 145-154.

De Keyser, R., Shreeve, T.G., Breuker, C.J., Hails, R.S. & Schmitt, T. (2012) Polyommatus icarus butterflies in the British Isles: evidence for a bottleneck. — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107: 123-136.

Schmitt, T. & Varga, Z. (2012) Extra-Mediterranean refugia: The rule and not the exception? — Frontiers in Zoology 9: 22.

Molecular Ecology Resource Primer Development Consortium, Abelló, P., Weiming, A.I., Altmann, C., Bernardi, G., Bonato, O., Burchhardt, K.M., Chen, X., Chen, Z., Cizkova, D., Clouet, C., Cubeta, M.A., Garcia-Merchan, V.H., Gauthier, N., Gibson, S., Halacka, K., Hamdi, F., Hankeln, T., Hochkirch, A., Hrbek, T., Jackson, A.M., Lin, C., Lin, S.-M., Macpherson, E., Macrander, J., Maresova, E., Mendel, J., Nowak, M., Orti, G., Palero, F., Papousek, I., Pascual, M., Schmitt, T., Semmens, B.X., Streito, J.-C., Tian, E.-W., Tseng, S.-P., Veith, M., Svetesnik, L., Wang, H.-Y., Weyer, J., Willis, S., Yu, H. & Zhou, Z. (2012) Permanent Genetic Resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 April 2012 – 31 May 2012. — Molecular Ecology Resources 12: 972-974.

Habel, J.C., Engler, J.O., Rödder, D. & Schmitt, T. (2012) Contrasting genetic and morphologic responses on recent population decline in two burnet moths (Lepidoptera, Zygaenidae). — Conservation Genetics 13: 1293-1304.

Habel, J.C., Engler, J.O., Rödder, D. & Schmitt, T. (2012) Landscape genetics of a recent population extirpation in a burnet moth species. — Conservation Genetics 13: 247-255.

Alvarez, N., Manel, S., Schmitt, T. & the IntraBioDiv Consortium (2012) Contrasting diffusion of Quaternary gene pools across Europe: The case of the arctic–alpine Gentiana nivalis L. (Gentianaceae). — Flora 207: 408-413.

Huck, S., Büdel, B., Schmitt, T. (2012) Ice-age isolation, postglacial hybridization and recent population bottlenecks shape the genetic structure of Meum athamanticum in Central Europe. — Flora 207: 399-407.

Habel, J.C. & Schmitt, T. (2012) The burden of genetic diversity. — Biological Conservation 147: 270-274.

Schmitt, T. & Zimmermann, M. (2012) To hybridize or not to hybridize: what separates two genetic lineages of the Chalk-hill Blue Polyommatus coridon (Lycaenidae, Lepidoptera) along their secondary contact zone throughout eastern Central Europe? — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 50: 106-115.

Husemann, M., Schmitt, T., Stathi, I. & Habel, J.C. (2012) Evolution and radiation in the scorpion Buthus elmoutaouakili Lourenço & Qi, 2006 (Scorpiones: Buthidae) at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains (North Africa). — Journal of Heredity 103: 221-229.

Habel, J.C., Husemann, M., Schmitt, T., Zachos, F.E., Honnen, A.-C., Petersen, B., Parmakelis, A. & Stathi, I. (2012) Microallopatry caused strong diversification in Buthus scorpions (Scorpiones: Buthidae) in the Atlas Mountains (NW Africa). — PLoS ONE 7: e29403.

Habel, J.C., Husemann, M., Rödder, D. & Schmitt, T. (2011) Biogeographical dynamics of the Spanish Marbled White Melanargia ines (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) in the western Mediterranean: does the Atlanto-Mediterranean refuge exist? — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 104: 828-837.

Bernard, R., Heiser, M., Hochkirch, A. & Schmitt, T. (2011) Genetic homogeneity of the Sedgling Nehalennia speciosa (Odonata: Coenagrionidae) indicates a single Würm glacial refugium and trans-Palaearctic postglacial expansion. — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 49: 292-297.

Wagner, N., Pellet, J., Lötters, S., Schmidt, B.R. & Schmitt, T. (2011) The superpopulation approach for estimating the population size of ‚prolonged‘ breeding amphibians: Examples from Europe. — Amphibia-Reptilia 32: 323-332.

Habel, J.C., Lens, L., Rödder, D. & Schmitt, T. (2011) From Africa to Europe and back: refugia and range shifts cause high genetic differentiation in the Marbled White butterfly Melanargia galathea. — BMC Evolutionary Biology 11: 215.

Dapporto, L., Habel, J.C., Dennis, R.L.H. & Schmitt, T. (2011) The biogeography of the western Mediterranean: elucidating contradictory distribution patterns of differentiation in Maniola jurtina (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 103: 571-577.

Dapporto, L., Schmitt, T., Vila, R., Scalercio, S., Biermann, H., Dinca, V., Gayubo, S.F., González, J.A., Lo Cascio, P., Dennis, R.L.H. (2011) Phylogenetic island disequilibrium: evidence for ongoing long-term population dynamics in two Mediterranean butterflies. — Journal of Biogeography 38: 854-867.

Rákosy, L. & Schmitt, T. (2011) Are butterflies and moths suitable ecological indicator systems for restoration measures of semi-natural calcareous grassland habitats? — Ecological Indicators 11: 1040-1045.

Vila, M., Marí-Mena, N., Guerrero, A. & Schmitt, T. (2011) Some butterflies do not care much about topography: a single genetic lineage of Erebia euryale (Nymphalidae) along the northern Iberian mountains. — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 49: 119-132.

Sinama, M., Dubut, V., Costedoat, C., Gilles, A., Junker, M., Malausa, T., Martin, J.-F., Nève, G., Pech, N., Schmitt, T., Zimmermann, M. & Meglécz, E. (2011) Challenge of microsatellite development in Lepidoptera: Euphydryas aurinia (Nymphalidae) as a case study. — European Journal of Entomology 108: 261-266.

Habel, J.C., Finger, A., Schmitt, T. & Nève, G. (2011) Survival of the endangered butterfly Lycaena helle in a fragmented environment: Genetic analyses over 15 years. — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 49: 25-31.

Habel, J.C., Rödder, D., Schmitt, T. & Nève, G. (2011) Global warming will affect genetic diversity and uniqueness of Lycaena helle populations. — Global Change Biology 17: 194-205.

Junker, M., Wagner, S., Gros, P. & Schmitt, T. (2010) Changing demography and dispersal behaviour: ecological adaptation in an alpine butterfly. — Oecologia 164: 971-980.

Habel, J.C., Ivinskis, P. & Schmitt, T. (2010) On the limit of altitudinal range shifts – population genetics of relict butterfly populations. — Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 56: 383-393.

Michl, T., Huck, S., Schmitt, T., Liebrich, A., Haase, P. & Büdel, B. (2010) The molecular population structure of the tall-forb Cicerbita alpina (Asteraceae) supports the idea of cryptic glacial refugia in central Europe. — Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 164: 142-154.

Habel, J.C., Junker, M. & Schmitt, T. (2010) High dispersal ability and low genetic differentiation in the widespread butterfly species Melanargia galathea. — Journal of Insect Conservation 14: 467-478.

Habel, J.C., Schmitt, T., Meyer, M., Finger, A., Rödder, D., Assmann, T. & Zachos, F. (2010) Biogeography meets conservation: the genetic structure of the endangered lycaenid butterfly Lycaena helle (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775). — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101: 155-168.

Ujvárosi, L., Bálint, M., Schmitt, T., Mészáros, N., Ujvárosi, T. & Popescu, O. (2010) Divergence and speciation in the Carpathians area: patterns of morphological and genetic diversity of the crane fly Pedicia occulta (Diptera:Pediciidae). — Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29: 1075-1088.

Kühne, G. & Schmitt, T. (2010) Genotype shifts along one generation of the blue butterfly Polyommatus coridon without changes in allele frequencies. — Annales Zoologici Fennici 47: 278-286.

Junker, M. & Schmitt, T. (2010) Demography, dispersal and movement pattern of Euphydryas aurinia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) at the Iberian Peninsula: an alarming example in an increasingly fragmented landscape? — Journal of Insect Conservation 14: 237-246.

Bernard, R. & Schmitt, T. (2010) Genetic poverty of an extremely specialized wetland species, Nehalennia speciosa: implications for conservation (Odonata: Coenagrionidae). — Bulletin of Entomological Research 100: 405-413.

Schmitt, T. & Besold, J. (2010) Upslope movements and large scale expansions: the taxonomy and biogeography of the Coenonympha arcania – C. darwiniana – C. gardetta butterfly species complex. — Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 159: 890-904.

Kadlec, T., Vrba, P., Kepka, P., Schmitt, T. & Konvicka, M. (2010) Tracking the decline of the once-common butterfly: delayed oviposition, demography and population genetics in the hermit Chazara briseis. — Animal Conservation 13: 172-183.

Habel, J.C., Rödder, D., Stefano, S., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (2010) Strong genetic cohesiveness between Italy and North Africa in four butterfly species. — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99: 818-830.

Hammouti, N., Schmitt, T., Seitz, A., Kosuch, J. & Veith, M. (2010) Combining mitochondrial and nuclear evidences: a refined evolutionary history of Erebia medusa (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) in Central Europe based on the CO1 gene. — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 48: 115-125.

Heiser, M. & Schmitt, T. (2010) Do different dispersal capacities influence the biogeography of the western Palearctic dragonflies (Odonata)? — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99: 177-195.

Habel, J.C., Zachos, F.E., Finger, A., Meyer, M., Louy, D., Assmann, T. & Schmitt, T. (2009) Unprecedented long-term genetic monomorphism in an endangered relict butterfly species. — Conservation Genetics 10: 1659-1665.

Habel, J.C., Dieker, P. & Schmitt, T. (2009) Biogeographical connections between the Maghreb and the Mediterranean peninsulas of southern Europe. — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98: 693-703.

Habel, J.C. & Schmitt, T. (2009) The genetic consequences of different dispersal behaviours in Lycaenid butterfly species. — Bulletin of Entomological Research 99: 513-523.

Karl, I., Schmitt, T. & Fischer, K. (2009) Genetic differentiation between alpine and lowland populations of a butterfly is related to PGI enzyme genotype. — Ecography 32: 488-496.

Finger, A., Schmitt, T., Zachos, F.E., Meyer, M., Assmann, T. & Habel, J.C. (2009) The genetic status of the violet copper Lycaena helle – a relict of the cold past in times of global warming. — Ecography 32: 382-390.

Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (2009) The genetic consequence of differing ecological demands of a generalist and a specialist butterfly species. — Biodiversity and Conservation 18: 1895-1908.

Schmitt, T. (2009) Biogeographical and evolutionary importance of the European high mountain systems. — Frontiers in Zoology 6: 9.

Kramp, K., Huck, S., Niketić, M., Tomović, G. & Schmitt, T. (2009) Multiple glacial refugia and complex postglacial range shifts of the obligatory woodland plant Polygonatum verticillatum (Convallariaceae). — Plant Biology 11: 392-404.

Lermen, D., Blömeke, B., Browne, R., Clarke, A., Dyce, P., Fixemer, T., Fuhr, G., Holt, W.V., Jewgenow, K., Lloyd, R.E., Lötters, S., Paulus, M., McGregor Reid, G., Rapoport, D.H., Rawson, D., Ringleb, J., Ryder, O.A., Spörl, G., Schmitt, T., Veith, M. & Müller, P. (2009) Cryobanking of viable biomaterials: Necessities of new strategies for conservation purposes. — Molecular Ecology 18: 1030-1033.

Bálint, M., Barnard, P.C., Schmitt, T., Ujvárosi, L. & Popescu, O. (2008) Differentiation and speciation in mountain streams: a case study in the caddisfly Rhyacophila aquitanica (Trichoptera). — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 46: 340-345.

Besold, J., Schmitt, T., Tammaru, T. & Cassel-Lundhagen, A. (2008) Strong genetic impoverishment from the centre of distribution in southern Europe to peripheral Baltic and isolated Scandinavian populations of the pearly heath butterfly. — Journal of Biogeography 35: 2090-2101.

Besold, J., Huck, S. & Schmitt, T. (2008) Allozyme polymorphisms in the small heath Coenonympha pamphilus: recent ecological selection or old biogeographical signal? — Annales Zoologici Fennici 45: 217–228.

Habel, J.C., Meyer, M., El Mousadik, A. & Schmitt, T. (2008) Africa goes Europa: The complete phylogeography of the marbled white butterfly species complex Melanargia galathea / lachesis (Lepidoptera: Satyridae). — Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 8: 121-129.

Karl, I., Schmitt, T. & Fischer, K. (2008) Phosphoglucose isomerase genotype affects life-history traits and cold stress resistance in a Copper butterfly. — Functional Ecology 22: 887-894.

Schmitt, T. & Haubrich, K. (2008) The genetic structure of the mountain forest butterfly Erebia euryale unravels the late Pleistocene and postglacial history of the mountain coniferous forest biome in Europe. — Molecular Ecology 17: 2194–2207.

Schmitt, T., Augenstein, B. & Finger, A. (2008) The influence of changes in viticulture management on the butterfly (Lepidoptera) diversity in a wine growing region of southwestern Germany. — European Journal of Entomology 105: 249-255.

Habel, J.C., Finger, A., Meyer, M., Schmitt, T. & Assmann, T. (2008) Polymorphic microsatellite loci in the endangered butterfly Lycaena helle (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). — European Journal of Entomology 105: 361–362.

Varga, Z.S. & Schmitt, T. (2008) Types of oreal and oreotundral disjunction in the western Palearctic. — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 93: 415-430.

Schmitt, T. (2007) Molecular Biogeography of Europe: Pleistocene cycles and postglacial trends. — Frontiers in Zoology 4: 11. highly accessed

Haubrich, K. & Schmitt, T. (2007) Cryptic differentiation in alpine-endemic, high-altitude butterflies reveals down-slope glacial refugia. — Molecular Ecology 16: 3643-3658.

Schmitt, T. & Müller, P. (2007) Limited hybridization along a large contact zone between two genetic lineages of the butterfly Erebia medusa (Satyrinae, Lepidoptera) in Central Europe. — Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 45: 39-46.

Schmitt, T., Rákosy, L., Abadjiev, S. & Müller, P. (2007) Multiple differentiation centres of a non-Mediterranean butterfly species in south-eastern Europe. — Journal of Biogeography 34: 939-950.

Louy, D., Habel, J.C., Schmitt, T., Assmann, T., Meyer, M. & Müller, P. (2007) Strongly diverging population genetic patterns of three skipper species: the role of habitat fragmentation and dispersal ability. — Conservation Genetics 8: 671-681.

Habel, J.C., Schmitt, T., Härdtle, W., Lütkepohl, M. & Assmann, T. (2007) Dynamics in a butterfly–plant–ant system: influence of habitat characteristics on turnover rates of the endangered lycaenid Maculinea alcon. — Ecological Entomology 32: 536-543.

Schmitt, T. & Rákosy, L. (2007) Changes of traditional agrarian landscapes and their conservation implications: a case study of butterflies in Romania. — Diversity and Distributions 13: 855-862.

Schmitt, T., Hewitt, G.M. & Müller, P. (2006) Disjunct distributions during glacial and interglacial periods in mountain butterflies: Erebia epiphron as an example. — Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 108-113.

Wenzel, M., Schmitt, T., Weitzel, M. & Seitz, A. (2006) The severe decline of butterflies on western German calcareous grasslands during the last 30 years: A conservation problem. — Biological Conservation 128: 542-552.

Schmitt, T., Habel, J.C., Zimmermann, M. & Müller, P. (2006) Genetic differentiation of the marbled white butterfly, Melanargia galathea, accounts for glacial distribution patterns and postglacial range expansion in southeastern Europe. — Molecular Ecology 15: 1889-1901.

Schmitt, T., Habel, J.C., Besold, J., Becker, T., Johnen, L., Knolle, M., Rzepecki, A., Schultze, J. & Zapp, A. (2006) The Chalk-hill Blue Polyommatus coridon (Lycaenidae, Lepidoptera) in a highly fragmented landscape: How sedentary is a sedentary butterfly? — Journal of Insect Conservation 10: 311-316.

Schmitt, T., Cizek, O. & Konvicka, M. (2005) Genetics of a butterfly relocation: large, small and introduced populations of the mountain endemic Erebia epiphron silesiana. — Biological Conservation 123: 11-18.

Schmitt, T., Röber, S. & Seitz, A. (2005) Is the last glaciation the only relevant event for the present genetic population structure of the meadow brown butterfly Maniola jurtina (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)? — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 85: 419-431.

Habel, J.C., Schmitt, T. & Müller, P. (2005) The fourth paradigm pattern of post-glacial range expansion of European terrestrial species: the phylogeography of the Marbled White butterfly (Satyrinae, Lepidoptera). — Journal of Biogeography 32: 1489-1497.

Schmitt, T., Varga, Z. & Seitz, A. (2005) Are Polyommatus hispana and Polyommatus slovacus bivoltine Polyommatus coridon (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae)? The discriminatory value of genetics in taxonomy. — Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 5: 297-307.

Schmitt, T. & Hewitt, G.M. (2004) The genetic pattern of population threat and loss: a case study of butterflies. — Molecular Ecology 13: 21-31.

Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (2004) Low diversity but high differentiation: the population genetics of Aglaope infausta (Zygaenidae: Lepidoptera). — Journal of Biogeography 31: 137-144.

Krauss, J., Schmitt, T., Seitz, A., Steffan-Dewenter, I. & Tscharntke, T. (2004) Effects of habitat fragmentation on the genetic structure of the monophagous butterfly Polyommatus coridon along its northern range margin. — Molecular Ecology 13: 311-320.

Schmitt, T. & Hewitt, G.M. (2004) Molecular biogeography of the arctic-alpine disjunct burnet moth species Zygaena exulans (Zygaenidae, Lepidoptera) in the Pyrenees and Alps. — Journal of Biogeography 31: 885-893.

Schmitt, T. & Krauss, J. (2004) Reconstruction of the colonization route from glacial refugium to the northern distribution range of the European butterfly Polyommatus coridon (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). — Diversity and Distributions 10: 271-274.

Schmitt, T., Gießl, A. & Seitz, A. (2003) Did Polyommatus icarus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) have distinct glacial refugia in southern Europe? Evidence from population genetics. — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 80: 529-538.

Schmitt, T. (2003) Influence of forest and grassland management on the diversity and conservation of butterflies and burnet moths (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea, Hesperiidae, Zygaenidae). — Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 26.2: 51-67.

Schmitt, T., Gießl, A. & Seitz, A. (2002) Postglacial colonisation of western Central Europe by Polyommatus coridon (Poda 1761) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae): evidence from population genetics. — Heredity 88: 26-34.

Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (2002) Influence of habitat fragmentation on the genetic structure of Polyommatus coridon (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae): implications for conservation. — Biological Conservation 107: 291-297.

Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (2002) Postglacial distribution area expansion of Polyommatus coridon (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) from its Ponto-Mediterranean glacial refugium. — Heredity 89: 20-26.

Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (2001) Intraspecific allozymatic differentiation reveals the glacial refugia and the postglacial expansions of European Erebia medusa (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). — Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 74: 429-458.

Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (2001) Allozyme variation in Polyommatus coridon (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae): identification of ice-age refugia and reconstruction of post-glacial expansion. — Journal of Biogeography 28: 1129-1136.

Schmitt, T., Varga, Z. & Seitz, A. (2000) Forests as dispersal barriers for Erebia medusa (Nymphalidae, Lepidoptera). — Basic and Applied Ecology 1: 53-59.

 

other peer-reviewed Articles

Schmitt, T. & Ehl, S. (2020) Some like it cold: Wie Permutterfalter der Gattung Boloria in ihren extremen Gebirgslebensräumen überleben. — Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie 22.

Schmitt, T., Bartonova, A., Konvicka, M., Korb, S., Kramp, K. & Fric, Z.F. (2020) Was ein Schmetterling uns über die Dynamik der Steppen des westlichen Eurasiens erzählt: Die Phylogeographie von Proterebia afra (Satyrinae) — Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie 22.

Schmitt, T. (2019) Insektenvielfalt und ihre Funktion in Ökosystemen. — Natur und Landschaft 94: 222-229.

Krahner, A., Dathe, H.H. & Schmitt, T. (2018) Wildbienen (Hymenoptera, Aculeata: Apiformes) des Mittleren Moseltals: Die Weinbausteillagen im Klotten-Treiser Moseltal. — Contributions to Entomology 68: 107-131.

Habel, J.C., Teucher, M., Schmitt, T. & Ulrich, W. (2018) Documenting the chronology of declining ecosystem health along East African rivers. — Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4: 34–43.

Schmitt, T. (2015) Biogeographie – einmal um die Welt. — Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie 20: 87-100.

Schmitt, T. (2015) Biology and biogeography of the chalk-hill blue Polyommatus coridon – insect of the year 2015 for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. — Nota lepidopterologica 38: 107-126.

Habel, J.C. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Flügelgeschichten – Was Schmetterlingsflügel über die Evolution und den Zustand von Populationen erzählen. — Entomologie heute 26: 123-137.

Heiser, M. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Bekannte Zentren und neue Grenzen: Die Biogeographie der Libellen Eurasiens. — Entomologie heute 26: 87-109.

Schmitt, T. (2014) Zweck von Naturschutzgebieten. — Entomologie heute 26: 169-170.

Beierkuhnlein, C., Jentsch, A., Hahn, I. & Schmitt, T. (2011) Natürliche Laboratorien der Biogeographie – Inseln: Ursprung der Vielfalt. — Biologie in unserer Zeit 41: 384-394.

Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (2011) Der biologische Wert peripherer Populationen am Beispiel der Tagfalterarten Lycaena helle und Parnassius apollo. — Entomologie heute 23: 93-102.

Schmitt, T. (2011) Schmetterlinge – wer kommt, wer geht? Einwanderungsrouten nach Mitteleuropa. — Biologie in unserer Zeit 41: 324-332.

Schmitt, T. (2009) Mediterran, kontinental und arkto-alpin: Die drei biogeographischen Grundmuster Europas und des Mittelmeerraumes am Beispiel von Schmetterlingen. — Entomologie heute 21: 3-19.

Schmitt, T. (2009) Gene als Berichterstatter der Evolution: Die molekulare Biogeografie der europäischen Schmetterlinge. — Praxis der Naturwissenschaften – Biologie in der Schule 58/3: 30-34.

Veith, M. & Schmitt, T. (2008) Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Naturschutzgenetik. — Zeitschrift für Feldherpetologie 15: 119-138.

Schmitt, T. (2007) Gene berichten über die Vergangenheit: Die molekulare Biogeographie europäischer Tagfalterarten. — Entomologica Romanica 12: 31-39.

Schmitt, T. (2006) Die Bedeutung der molekularen Biogeographie im Naturschutz. — Entomologie heute 18: 133-141.

Schmitt, T. (2005) Molekulare Biogeographie des Gemeinen Bläulings Polyommatus icarus (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). — Entomologie heute 17: 195-204.

Schmitt, T., Lambracht, E., Scheelke, K., Tietze, D.T. & Seitz, A. (2002) Wie viele Tagfalterarten gibt es in einem Habitat? Eine ökologische Fallstudie in Norditalien (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera). — Nachrichten des Entomologischen Vereins Apollo 23: 1-6.

Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (2001) Intraspecific structuring of Polyommatus coridon (Lycaenidae). — Nota lepidopterologica 24: 53-63.

Schmitt, T. (2000) Anmerkungen zur Biologie von Saturnia pavonia (Linnaeus, 1761) im südwestlichen Hunsrück (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). — Nachrichten des entomolo­gischen Vereins Apollo, N.F. 21: 173-176.

 

Books

Schmitt, T. (2020) Molekulare Biogeographie: Gene in Raum und Zeit. UTB. — Haupt Verlag, Bern, 504 pp.

Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (eds) (2014) Jewels in the mist – A synopsis on the highly endangered butterfly species Violet Copper, Lycaena helle. Pensoft, Sofia, 235 pp.

Schmitt, T. (1999) Phylogeographie europäischer Tagfalter basierend auf populations­genetischen Analysen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Polyommatus coridon und Polyommatus icarus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) sowie Erebia medusa und Maniola jurtina (Lepidoptera: Satyrinae). — Dissertation, Universität Mainz, 200 pp.

 

Congress volumes

Schmitt, T., Blank, S.M., Köhler, A., Kramp, K. & Weyer, J. (eds.) (2015) Entomology congress 02.–05.03.2015 Frankfurt/Main. Program and Abstracts. Frankfurt am Main, 120 pp.

 

Book Chapters (mostly peer-reviewed*)

*Schurian, K. & Schmitt, T. (2020) Lysandra coridon (Poda, 1761) – Silbergrüner Bläuling. — In: Reinhardt, R., Harpke, A., Caspari, S., Dolek, M., Kühn, E., Musche, M., Trusch, R., Wiemers, M. & Settele, J. (eds) Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands. Ulmer, Stuttgart: 212–213.

*Schurian, K. & Schmitt, T. (2020) Polyommatus icarus (Rottemburg, 1775) – Hauhechel-Bläuling, Gewöhnlicher Bläuling. — In: Reinhardt, R., Harpke, A., Caspari, S., Dolek, M., Kühn, E., Musche, M., Trusch, R., Wiemers, M. & Settele, J. (eds) Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands. Ulmer, Stuttgart: 222–223.

*Schmitt, T. (2020) Brenthis ino (Rottemburg, 1775) – Mähdesüß-Perlmutterfalter. — In: Reinhardt, R., Harpke, A., Caspari, S., Dolek, M., Kühn, E., Musche, M., Trusch, R., Wiemers, M. & Settele, J. (eds) Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands. Ulmer, Stuttgart: 236–237.

*Schmitt, T. (2020) Melanargia galathea (Linnaeus, 1758) – Schachbrettfalter. — In: Reinhardt, R., Harpke, A., Caspari, S., Dolek, M., Kühn, E., Musche, M., Trusch, R., Wiemers, M. & Settele, J. (eds) Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands. Ulmer, Stuttgart: 332–333.

*Schmitt, T. (2020) Maniola jurtina (Linnaeus, 1758) – Großes Ochsenauge. — In: Reinhardt, R., Harpke, A., Caspari, S., Dolek, M., Kühn, E., Musche, M., Trusch, R., Wiemers, M. & Settele, J. (eds) Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands. Ulmer, Stuttgart: 358–359.

*Schmitt, T. & Caspari, S. (2020) Erebia medusa ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) – Rundaugen-Mohrenfalter. — In: Reinhardt, R., Harpke, A., Caspari, S., Dolek, M., Kühn, E., Musche, M., Trusch, R., Wiemers, M. & Settele, J. (eds) Verbreitungsatlas der Tagfalter und Widderchen Deutschlands. Ulmer, Stuttgart: 374–375.

Türkay, M., Fritz, U., Schmitt, T., Xylander, W., Ernst, R., Kallweit, U., Klass, K.-D., Nuss, M., Päckert, M., Schmidt, C., Reimann, A., Schniebs, K., Stefen, C., Weck-Heimann, A. & Zarske, A. (2018) Frankfurt, Dresden, Görlitz, Müncheberg: Senckenberg: Its zoological collections and their history. — In Beck, L.A. (ed.) Zoological collections of Germany, Natural history collections. Springer, Heidelberg: 317–371.

Schmitt, T. & Habel, J.C. (2017) Ausgeflattert: Warum haben wir ein Schmetterlingssterben? — In: Vössing, A. (ed.) Nationalpark-Jahrbuch Unteres Odertal 2017. Nationalparkstiftung Unteres Odertal, Schloss Criewen: 34–45.

*Schmitt, T. (2017) Molecular biogeography of the high mountain systems of Europe: an overview. — In: Catalan, J., Ninot, J.M. & Aniz, M.M. (eds) High Mountain Conservation in a Changing World. Springer, Heidelberg: 63–74.

Schmitt, T. (2017) Die Insektenfauna. — In: Blahy, B. & Flade, M. (eds.) Grumsin – Weltnaturerbe im Biosphärenreservat Schorfheide-Chorin. Natur+Text, Rangsdorf: 109–110.

*Schmitt, T. (2016) Molecular biogeography of the high mountain systems of Europe: an overview. — In: Catalan, J., Ninot, J. & Aniz, M. (eds) High Mountain Conservation in a Changing World. Springer, Heidelberg: in press.

Habel, J.C. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Why protecting relict populations? — In: Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (eds) Jewels in the mist – A synopsis on the highly endangered butterfly species Violet Copper, Lycaena helle. Pensoft, Sofia: 231-235.

*Habel, J.C., Mattern, S., Meyer, M., Schmitt, T. (2014) Morphologic variability and signals of environmental stress: Wing-shape analyses in the Violet Copper Lycaena helle. — In: Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (eds) A synopsis on the highly endangered butterfly species Violet Copper, Lycaena helle. Pensoft, Sofia: 141-159.

*Habel, J.C., Finger, A., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Isolated and unique: The conservation value of extant populations of Lycaena helle at the species’ western distribution edge. — In: Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (eds) Jewels in the mist – A synopsis on the highly endangered butterfly species Violet Copper, Lycaena helle. Pensoft, Sofia: 127-136.

*Habel, J.C., Meyer, M., Schmitt, T., Husemann, M., Varga, Z. (2014) The molecular biogeography of the Violet Copper Lycaena helle. — In: Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (eds) Jewels in the mist – A synopsis on the highly endangered butterfly species Violet Copper, Lycaena helle. Pensoft, Sofia: 111-124.

*Schmitt, T. & Habel, J.C. (2014) Biogeography: From the analysis of distributions to the distribution of genetic variants. — In: Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (eds) A synopsis on the highly endangered butterfly species Violet Copper, Lycaena helle. Pensoft, Sofia: 107-109.

Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (2014) Editorial. — In: Habel, J.C., Meyer, M. & Schmitt, T. (eds) A synopsis on the highly endangered butterfly species Violet Copper, Lycaena helle. Pensoft, Sofia: 1-2.

Schmitt, T. (2011) Molecular biogeography of terrestrial insects in Europe: case studies in butterflies. — In: Ujvárosi, L. & Marko, B. (eds.) The Carpathians as speciation centres and barriers. From case studies to general patterns. Cluj University Press, Cluj-Napoca: 51-82.

*Habel, J.C., Schmitt, T. & Assmann, T. (2010) Relict species: Some concluding remarks. — In: Habel, J.C. & Assmann, T. (eds.) Relict Species: Phylogeography and Conservation Biology. Springer, Heidelberg: 441-442.

*Habel, J.C., Assmann, T., Schmitt, T. & Avise, J.C. (2010) Relict species research: Some concluding remarks. — In: Habel, J.C. & Assmann, T. (eds.) Relict Species: Phylogeography and Conservation Biology. Springer, Heidelberg: 1-5.

*Habel, J.C., Drees, C., Schmitt, T. & Assmann, T. (2010) Refugial areas and postglacial colonizations in the western Palearctic. — In: Habel, J.C. & Assmann, T. (eds.) Relict Species: Phylogeography and Conservation Biology. Springer, Heidelberg: 189-197.

*Konvicka, M., Benes, J. & Schmitt, T. (2010) Ecological limits vis-à-vis changing climate: relic Erebia butterflies in insular Sudeten mountains. — In: Habel, J.C. & Assmann, T. (eds.) Relict Species: Phylogeography and Conservation Biology. Springer, Heidelberg: 341-355.

*Schmitt, T., Muster, C. & Schönswetter, P. (2010) Are disjunct alpine and arctic-alpine animal and plant species in the western Palearctic really „relics of a cold past“? — In: Habel, J.C. & Assmann, T. (eds.) Relict Species: Phylogeography and Conservation Biology. Springer, Heidelberg: 239-252.

Veith, M. & Schmitt, T. (2009) Naturschutzgenetik bei Amphibien: von der Theorie zur Praxis. — In: Hachtel, M., Schüpmann, M., Thiesmeier, K. & Weddeling, K. (eds.) Methoden der Feldherpetologie. — Zeitschrift für Feldherpetologie, Supplement 15: 153-184.

*Dennis, R.L.H. & Schmitt, T. (2009) Faunal structures, phylogeography and historical inference. — In: Settele, J., Shreeve, T.G., Konvicka, M. & van Dyck, H. (eds.) Ecology of Butterflies in Europe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 250-280.

Schmitt, T. & Varga, Z. (2009) Biogeography of the butterflies and larger moths of the Carpathian Basin and the Balkan Peninsula. — In: Stloukal, E., Hensel, K., Holec, P., Illyová, M., Jandzík, D., Jedlička, L., Joniak, P., Juráni, B., Kocian, Ľ., Košel, V., Krno, I., Kúdela, M., Miklós, P., Mikulíček, P., Obuch, J., Schmitt, T., Stankoviansky, M., Stloukalová, V., Varga, Z.S., Žiak, D. (eds.) Vývoj prírody Slovenska. Faunima, Bratislava: 143-166.

Schmitt, T. (2003) Análises Genéticas: um método importante para a compreensão e protecção dos Lepidópteros. — In: Maravalhas, E. (ed.) As Borboletas de Portugal. — Apollo Books, Stenstrup: 111-120.

Maravalhas, E., Garcia-Pereira, P. & Schmitt, T. (2003) Guia Monográfico Continente. — In: Maravalhas, E. (ed.) As Borboletas de Portugal. — Apollo Books, Stenstrup: 167-324.

Proceedings (partly peer-reviewed*)

Schmitt, T. (2006) Landschaftsstrukturen und molekulare Biogeographie. — Pp 465-472 in: Kulke, E., Monheim, H., Wittmann, P. (eds.) Grenzwerte. — Tagungsbericht und wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen 55. Deutscher Geographentag Trier 2005. Berlin, Leipzig, Trier.

Schmitt, T. (2003) Wie ökologische Nischen regionale Verbreitungsmuster beeinflussen: ein Fallbeispiel an Rhopaloceren und Zygaeniden (Lepidoptera) aus Südportugal. — Verhandlungen des Westdeutschen Entomologentag 2001: 167-176.

Schmitt, T. (2003) Biogeography and ecology of southern Portuguese butterflies and burnets (Lepidoptera). — In: Reemer, M., van Helsdingen, P.J. & Kleukers, R.M.J.C. (eds.) Changes in ranges: invertebrates on the move. — Proceedings of the EIS-Symposium, Leiden, 2-5 September 2001: 69-78.

Schmitt, T. (2003) Eiablageverhalten und Raupenfutterpflanzen von Tagfaltern und Widderchen in Rheinland-Pfalz und im Saarland (Lepidoptera). — Verhandlungen des Westdeutschen Entomologentag 2002: 93-104.

Schmitt, T. (2002) Stirbt der Rundaugen-Mohrenfalter Erebia medusa (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) regional aus? Ökologische und populationsgenetische Hinweise. — In: Gerken, B. & M. Görner (eds.) Planung contra Evolution? Über Evolution und Landschaftsentwicklung in Mitteleuropa. — Natur- und Kulturlandschaft 5: 177-184.

Schmitt, T. (2001) Arealgeschichte von Erebia medusa (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae) im Würm und Postglazial. — Verhandlungen des Westdeutschen Entomologentag 2000: 253-265.

Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (2001) Influence of the ice-age on the genetics and intraspecific differentiation of butterflies. — Proceedings of the International Colloquium of the European Invertebrate Survey (EIS), Macevol Priory, Arboussols (66-France), 30 August 1999 – 4 September 1999: 16-26.

Schmitt, T. (2000) Glaziale Refugien und postglaziale Arealausweitung von Polyommatus coridon (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). — Verhandlungen des Westdeutschen Entomo­logentag 1999: 65-79.

*Schmitt, T. & Seitz, A. (1999) Analyse der genetischen Struktur und des Arealsystems mitteleuropäischer Populationen von Erebia medusa (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). — Ver­handlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 29: 381-387. 

not peer-reviewed articles

Gelbrecht, J., Rämisch, F., Reinhardt, R., Richert, A. & Schmitt, T. (2015) Polyommatus coridon (Poda, 1761) – Insekt des Jahres 2015 (Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz): Einwanderungsgeschichte, aktuelle Verbreitung und Gefährdung in Brandenburg und Berlin (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). — Märkische Entomologische Nachrichten: in press.

Schmitt, T. (2015) Wer kommt, wer geht: Einwanderungsrouten in die Großregion Saar-Lor-Lux und Rheinland-Pfalz am Beispiel von Schmetterlingen. — Abhandlungen der Delattinia 40: 49-56.

Schmitt, T. (2015) Der Silbergrüne Bläuling Polyommatus coridon – Anmerkungen zur Biologie und Biogeographie des Insekts des Jahres 2015 (Lepidoptera). — Entomologische Nachrichten und Berichte 59: 1-8.

Herrig, A., Schmitt, T., Weitzel, M. & Filz, K.J. (2014) Zusammensetzung und Bestandsentwicklung von Tagfalterzönosen (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) auf Brachflächen im Raum Trier über 40 Jahre. — Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv 51: 357-392.

Filz, K.J., Jänicke, D., Schmitt, T., Frede, M. & Weitzel, M. (2013) Untersuchungen zur Bestandsentwicklung der Tagfalterzönosen auf Kalkmagerrasen im Saar-Mosel-Gebiet. — Mainzer Naturwissenschaftliches Archiv 50: 383-397.

Filz, K.J. & Schmitt, T. (2013) Untersuchung der Arealdynamik des Kurzschwänzigen Bläulings (Cupido argiades, Pallas 1771) unter Klimawandelbedingungen mit Artverbreitungsmodellen in Europa (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). — Abhandlungen der Delattinia 38: 215-228.

Rákosy, L., Schmitt, T. & Varga, Z. (2011) Erebia oeme (Hübner, 1804) (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae) in the Fagaras Mountains (Southern Carpathians). Entomologica romanica 16: 19-22.

Schmitt, T. (2005) Zygaena trifolii : observation of an autumn generation in southwestern Portugal (Lepidoptera : Zygaenidae). — Linneana Belgica 20: 48-50.

Schmitt, T. (2003) Cynthia virginiensis (Drury, 1773) : new records in central and southern Portugal (Lepidoptera. Nymphalidae). — Linneana Belgica 19: 95-98.

Schmitt, T. (2002) The Biology of Erebia medusa ([Denis & Schiffermüller],1775) in Central Europe (Lepidoptera). — Acta Biologica Debrecina 24: 113-129.

Schmitt, T. (2002) Biogeographie und regionale populationsgenetische Strukturierung von Polyommatus coridon (Lycaenidae: Lepoidoptera) im Saarland und in Rheinland-Pfalz. — Abhandlungen der Delattinia 28: 117-130.

Schmitt, T. & Stockhusen, N. (2001) Die Tagfalter und Widderchen des Bleichkopfs bei Jugenheim in Rheinhessen (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera, Zygaenidae). — Pflanzen und Tiere in Rheinland-Pfalz (Berichtsjahr 2000) 11: 186-190.

Schmitt, T. (2001) Schmetterlinge und nachhaltige Forstwirtschaft – erste Ergebnisse aus dem Oettinger Forst. — GCD-Nachrichten 1/2001: 20-25.

Schmitt, T. (2001) Beobachtungen zum Eiablageverhalten und zu Raupenfutterpflanzen von Tagfaltern und Widderchen im südwestlichen Hunsrück im Jahr 2001. — Abhandlungen der Delattinia 27: 203-212.

Schmitt, T. (2000) Eine Erebia aethiopella (Hoffmannsegg, 1806) mit drei Fühlern (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae, Satyrinae). — Nachrichten des entomologischen Vereins Apollo, N.F. 21: 191-192.

Schmitt, T. (2000) Vanessa atalanta (Linnaeus, 1758) am 13. März 1999 in Südwesthessen (Lepidoptera : Nymphalidae). — Nachrichten des entomologischen Vereins Apollo, N.F. 20: 320.

Schmitt, T. (2000) Beobachtungen zum Eiablageverhalten und zu Raupenfutterpflanzen von Tagfaltern im südwestlichen Hunsrück im Jahr 2000. — Abhandlungen der Delattinia 26: 143-148.

Schmitt, T. (1999) Die ökologischen Valenzen der Tagfalter des mittleren Löstertals. — Faunis­tisch-floristische Notizen aus dem Saarland 29: 585-614.

Schmitt, T. (1999) Eiablageverhalten und Raupenfutterpflanzen von Tagfaltern im südwestlichen Hunsrück. — Faunistisch-floristische Notizen aus dem Saarland 30: 659-670.

Schmitt, T. (1999) Nachtrag zu den ökologischen Valenzen der Tagfalter des mittleren Löstertals. — Faunistisch-floristische Notizen aus dem Saarland 30: 671-680.

Schmitt, T. (1998) Beobachtungen zur Eiablage von Lemonia dumi L. (Lepidoptera, Lemoniidae) im NSG Badstube bei Mimbach. — Faunistisch-floristische Notizen aus dem Saarland 28: 580-582.

Schmitt, T. (1998) Blütenpräferenzen von Tagfaltern im südwestlichen Hunsrück (Lepidoptera). — Nachrichten des entomologischen Vereins Apollo, N.F. 19: 161-204.

Schmitt, T. & Heidenreich, A. (1998) Untersuchungen zur Verbreitung des Kleinen Perlmutterfalters Issoria lathonia (Linnaeus, 1758) in Rheinland-Pfalz und im Saarland 1996 (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae). — Atalanta 28: 271-276.

Schmitt, T. (1998) Tagfalterbeobachtungen in rheinland-pfälzischen Naturschutzgebieten. — Mainzer naturwissenschaftliches Archiv 36: 217-251.

Schmitt, T. (1993) Biotopansprüche von Erebia medusa brigobanna FRUHSTORFER, 1917 (Rundaugen-Mohrenfalter) im Nordsaarland. — Atalanta 24: 33-56.

Schmitt, T. (1991) Groß-Schmetterlinge als Bioindikatoren unter besonderer Berück-sichtigung der Lokalfauna des nördlichen Saarlandes. — Faunistisch-floristische Notizen aus dem Saarland. 22: 93-99.

Schmitt, T., Summkeller, R., Werno, A. & Zahm, N. (1991) Neue und wiederentdeckte Arten für die saarländische Lepidopterenfauna. — Faunistisch-floristische Notizen aus dem Saarland 22: 100-115.

Schmitt, T. (1991) Energetischer und ökonomischer Vergleich verschiedener Landwirt-schaftsmethoden. — Geographie und Schule 13, Heft 71: 39-44.

others

Schmitt, T. (2019) Besprechung / Review: Brockhaus, T. 2018: Die Eiszeitlibellen der Alten Welt – Pleistozäne Biogeographie paläarktischer Libellen. – Zoologica – Original Contributions to Zoology 163, Schweizerbart Science Publishers, Stuttgart: 145 S. – ISBN: 978-3-510-55050-0. — Contributions to Entomology 69: 78.

Schmitt, T. (2019) Besprechung / Review: Sobczyk, T.; Stöckel, D.; Graf, F.; Jornitz, H.; Karisch, T. & Wauer, S. 2018: Die Schmetterlingsfauna (Lepidoptera) der Oberlausitz. Teil 5: Kleinschmetterlinge (Microleidoptera) 1. Teil. – Entomologische Nachrichten und Berichte (Dresden), Beiheft 22, Dresden: 439 S. – ISSN: 0232-5535. — Contributions to Entomology 69: 86.

Schmitt, T. (2019) Besprechung / Review:Neu, P.; Malicky, H.; Graf, W. & Schmidt-Kloiber, A. 2018: Distribution Atlas of the European Trichoptera. – Die Tierwelt Deutschlands, 84. Teil. – ConchBooks, Harxheim: 891 pp. – ISBN: 978-3-939767-93-0. — Contributions to Entomology 69: 187-189.

Schmitt, T. (2019) Geleitwort. — In: Brockhaus, T. Die Eiszeitlibellen der Alten Welt – Pleistozäne Biogeographie paläarktischer Libellen. — Zoologica 163: 3.

Schmitt, T. (2019) Das große Insektensterben: Auch häufige Arten verschwinden. — Senckenberg 2018: 14-17.

Schmitt, T. (2018) Schmetterlingsparadiese und warum sie bei uns so selten geworden sind. — Natur • Forschung • Museum 147: 172–177.

Schmitt, T. (2018) Mit Schmetterlingen zur Professur. — In: Verband für Biologie, Biowissenschaften und Biomedizin in Deutschland e.V. – VBIO (ed.) Perspektiven. Berufsbilder von und für Biologen und Biowissenschaftler, 10. Aufl.: 25–27.

Schmitt, T. (2017) Besprechung / Review: Gaedike, R.; Nuss, M.; Steiner, A. & Trusch, R. (Hrsg.) 2017: „Verzeichnis der Schmetterlinge Deutschlands (Lepidoptera)“. – Entomologische Nachrichten und Berichte, Beiheft 21, Dresden: 362 S. – ISSN 0232-5535. — Contributions to Entomology 67: 362.

Schmitt, T. (2017) Besprechung / Review: Hofmann, A. F. & Tremewan, W. G. 2017: The natural history of burnet moths (Zygaena Fabricius, 1775) (Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae), part 1. – Proceedings of the Museum Witt, Munich, Vilnius: 631 pp. – ISBN 978-3-940732-32-3. — Contributions to Entomology 67: 324.

Schmitt, T. (2017) Besprechung / Review: Willner, W. 2017: „Taschenlexikon der Schmetterlinge Europas – Alle Tagfalter im Porträt“. – Quelle & Meyer, Wiebelsheim: 450 S. – ISBN 978-3-494-01633-7. — Contributions to Entomology 67: 254.

Schmitt, T. (2017) Besprechung / Review: Kunz, W. 2016: “Species Conservation in managed Habitats. The Myth of a Pristine Nature“. – Wiley-VCH, Weinheim: 273 pp. – ISBN: 978-3-527-33845-0. — Contributions to Entomology 67: 116.

Schmitt, T. (2017) Insektensammlungen: Wichtige Archive für den Naturschutz. — Natur • Forschung • Museum 147: 142–145.

Habel, J.C., Segerer, A. & Schmitt, T. (2016) „Früher gab es mehr Schmetterlinge“ Langzeitstudie untersucht Entwicklung von Tagfaltern und Widderchen. — Naturmagazin 3/2016: 12-16.

Schmitt, T. (2016) Besprechung / Review: Klausnitzer, B.; Klausnitzer, U.; Wachmann, E. & Hromátko, Z. 2016: Die Bockkäfer Mitteleuropas, in zwei Bänden; 3., stark überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage. Neue Brehm Bücherei, Band 499 – Verlags KG Wolf, Magdeburg: 692 S. — Contributions to Entomology 66: 156-157.

Schmitt, T. (2016) Besprechung / Review Keil, T. 2015: Die Widderchen Mittelasiens. – 19. Beiheft der Entomologischen Nachrichten und Berichte: 84 S. — Contributions to Entomology 66: 112.

Schmitt, T. (2015) Editorial: Neues Design außen mit altgewohnter Qualität innen. — Abhandlungen der Delattinia 40: 5-6.

Schmitt, T. (2015) Besprechung / Review Kudrna, O.; Pennersdorfer, J. & Lux, K. 2015: Distribution Atlas of European Butterflies and Skippers. – Wissenschaftlicher Verlag PEKS, Schwanfeld, Deutschland. – ISBN 978-3-938249-71-0. — Contributions to Entomology 65: 326.

Schmitt, T. & Groll, E. (2015) Editorial. — Contributions to Entomology 65: 1-2.

Köhler, A. & Schmitt T. (2015) Die Entomologentagung 2015 in Frankfurt am Main: eine Nachlese. DGaaE-Nachrichten 29: 11-14.

Schmitt, T. (2015) Bericht über die Entomologentagung 2015 vom 2. bis 5. März in Frankfurt (Main). — Entomologische Nachrichten und Berichte 59: 74-76.

Nagel, P. & Schmitt, T. (2011) Nachruf auf Paul Müller 11.10.1940 – 30.05.2010. — Mitteilungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 2011: 46-50.

Schmitt, T. & Schreiber, H. (2010) Nachruf Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. mult. Paul Müller (1940-2010). Abhandlungen der Delattinia 35/36: 585-591.

Konvička, M., Kuras, T., Beneš, J., Čižek, O. & Schmitt, T. (2008) Endemičtí okáči vysokých Sudet: Vliv změn klimatu a hospodaření na populace vysokohorských motýlů. — Vesmír 87: 516-521.

Schmitt, T. (2006) Rettet die bunten Gaukler der bunten Sommerwiesen. — NABUlletin 2006.2: 15-17.

Schmitt, T. (2004) Mit Schmetterlingen zum Professor für Molekulare Biogeographie. — Pp. 20-21 in: Verband Deutscher Biologen (ed.) Perspektiven. Berufsbilder von und für Biologen, 4. Aufl.

Schmitt, T. & Stockhusen, N. (2001) Die Tagfalter und Widderchen auf den NABU-Flächen am Bleichkopf. — NABUlletin 2001.1: 26-27.

Schmitt, T. (1996) Magerwiesen – Kleinodien im Nordsaarland. — Naturschutz im Saarland 96.2: 30-32.

Schmitt, T. (1994) Kein Sommer ohne Schmetterlinge. — In: Vogel- und Pflanzenschutz­verein Otzenhausen (Hrsg.) Begleiter durch die heimische Natur: 69-73.

Martina Stebich Team Quartärpaläontologie Weimar
Dr. Martina Stebich
Standortleitung Weimar

Forschungsinteressen

  • Vegetationsdynamik und Klimavariabilität im Quartär
  • Biostratigraphie
  • Palynologische Hochauflösungsstudien an jahreszeitlich geschichteten Seesedimenten
  • Quantitative Klimarekonstruktionen
  • Blühverhalten und Pollenniederschlag rezenter Gehölze

Abteilung Quartärpaläontologie | Sektion Quartäre Mikrofloren

Curriculum vitae

1970
geboren in Großenhain

1990-1995
Studium der Biologie mit den Schwerpunkten Spezielle Botanik, Pflanzenphysiologie, Ökologie und Geologie an der Universität Leipzig

1995
Diplomarbeit: Beiträge zur Vegetationsgeschichte des Georgenfelder Hochmoores

1995-2000
wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin/Promotionsstudium am Institut für Paläontologie der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, angestellt im Rahmen des Schwerpunktprogrammes der DFG „Wandel der Geo-Biosphäre“

1999
Promotion: Palynologische Untersuchungen zur Vegetationsgeschichte des Weichsel-Spätglazial und Frühholozän an jährlich geschichteten Sedimenten des Meerfelder Maares (Eifel)

seit 2000
Leiterin der Sektion Quartäre Mikrofloren an der Senckenberg Forschungsstation für Quartärpaläontologie in Weimar

seit Mai 2022
kommissarische Leiterin der Abteilung Quartärpaläontologie

Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

RIEDEL, N., FULLER, D. Q., MARWAN, N., PORESTSCHKIN, C., BASAVAIAH, N., MENZEL, P., RATNAM, J., PRASAD, S., SACHSE, D., SANARAN, M., SARKAR, S. & STEBICH, M. (2021): Monsoon forced evolution of savanna and the spread of agro-pastoralism in peninsular India. – Scientific Reports 11: 9032.
Open access: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-88550-8

UTESCHER, T., STEBICH, M. & PRASAD, S. (2021): Diversity patterns of plant functional types in the Holocene of India. – In: NECLIME Online Conference 2021, April 19-22. Conference Volume. – 42-43.

STEBICH, M., HÖFER, D., MINGRAM, J., NOWACZYK, N., ROHRMÜLLER, J., MRLINA, J. & KÄMPF, H. (2020): A contribution towards the palynostratigraphical classification of the Middle Pleistocene in Central Europe: The pollen record of the Neualbenreuth Maar, northeastern Bavaria (Germany). – Quaternary Science Reviews 250: 106681 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106681.

PRASAD, S., MARWAN, N., EROGLU, D., GOSWAMI, B., PRAVEEN, K. M., GAYE, B., ANOOP, A., BASAVAIAH, N., STEBICH, M. & JEHANGIR, A. (2020): Holocene climate forcings and lacustrine regime shifts in the Indian Summer Monsoon realm. – Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 45 (15): 3842-3853 | https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.5004.

SCHRÖTER, N., LAUTERBACH, S., STEBICH, M., KALANKE, J., MINGRAM, J., YILDIZ, C., SCHOUTEN, S. & GLEIXNER, G. (2020): Biomolecular Evidence of Early Human Occupation of a High-Altitude Site in Western Central Asia During the Holocene. – Frontiers in Earth Science 8: 20.
Open access: https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2020.00020

ADAM, M., ROESCH, C., STEBICH, M., WEITZEL, N. & REHFELD, K. (2019): Quantifying the similarity of globally distributed pollen records with paleo-climate networks. – Earth and Space Science Open Archive: https://doi.org/10.1002/essoar.10501152.1 | https://www.essoar.org/doi/abs/10.1002/essoar.10501152.1.

HÖFER, D., STEBICH, M. & KATZSCHMANN, L. (2019): Palynologische Untersuchungen zur Biostratigraphie und Paläoumwelt des Mittelpleistozäns in Thüringen. – In: 81. Tagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Norddeutscher Geologen, Sangerhausen, 11.-14. Juni 2019, Tagungsband und Exkursionsführer. – Geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen von Thüringen, Beiheft 12: 33-35.

HERZSCHUH, U., CAO, X., LAEPPLE, T., DALLMEYER, A., TELFORD, R. J., NI, J., CHEN, F., KONG, Zh., LIU, G., LIU, K.-B., LIU, X., STEBICH, M., TANG, L., TIAN, F., WANG, Y., WISCHNEWSKI, J., XU, Q., YAN, Sh., YANG, Zh., YU, G., ZHANG, Y., ZHAO, Y. & ZHENG, Zh. (2019): Position and orientation of the westerly jet determined Holocene rainfall patterns in China. – Nature Communications 10: 2376.
Open access: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-09866-8

MIGRAM, J., STEBICH, M., SCHETTLER, G., HU, Y., RIOUAL, P., NOWACZYK, N., DULSKI, P., YOU, H., OPITZ, S., LIU, Q. & LIU, J. (2018): Millennial-scale East Asian monsoon variability of the last glacial deduced from annually laminated sediments from Lake Sihailongwan, N.E. China. – Quaternary Science Reviews 201: 57-76 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.09.023

ROHRMÜLLER, J., KÄMPF, H., GEIß, E., GROßMANN, J., GRUN, I., MINGRAM, J., MRLINA, J., PLESSEN, B., STEBICH, M., VERESS, C., WENDT, A. & NOWACZYK, N. (2018): Reconnaissance study of an inferred Quaternary maar structure in the western part of the Bohemian Massif near Neualbenreuth, NE-Bavaria (Germany). – International Journal of Earth Sciences 107 (4): 1381-1405 | https://doi.org/10.1007/s00531-017-1543-0

MISHRA, P. K., PRASAD, S., MARWAN, N., ANOOP, A., KRISHNAN, R., GAYE, B., BASAVAIAH, N., STEBICH, M., MENZEL, P. & RIEDEL, N. (2018): Contrasting pattern of hydrological changes during the past two millennia from central and northern India: Regional climate difference or anthropogenic impact? – Global and Planetary Change 161: 97-107 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2017.12.005

EROGLU, D., MARWAN, N., STEBICH, M. & KURTHS, J. (2018): Multiplex recurrence networks. – Physical Review E 97: 012312 | https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.97.012312

UHL, D., KUNZMANN, L., HERTLER, C., KAHLKE, R.-D., KEILER, J.-A., KÖNIGSHOF, P., KULLMER, O., SCHAAL, S.F.K., SMITH, K.T., SOLÓRZANO KRAEMER, M.M., STEBICH, M., TIETZ, O., WILMSEN, M. (2018): Palaeontological collections of the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung. – In: BECK, L. A., JOGER, U. (Eds.): Paleontological collections of Germany, Austria and Switzerland – The history of life of fossil organisms at museums and universities. – 209-240; Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York | https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-77401-5_21

CAO X., TIAN, F., TELFORD, R. J., NI, J., XU, Q., CHEN, F. ,LIU, X., STEBICH, M., ZHAO, Y. & HERZSCHUH, U. (2017): Impacts of the spatial extent of pollen-climate calibration-set on the absolute values, range and trends of reconstructed Holocene precipitation. – Quaternary Science Reviews 178: 37-53 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.10.030

SCHWARZ, A., TURNER, F., LAUTERBACH, S., PLESSEN, B., KRAHN, K. J., GLODNIOK, S., MISCHKE, S., STEBICH, M., WITT, R., MINGRAM, J. & SCHWALB, A. (2017): Mid- to late Holocene climate-driven regime shifts inferred from diatom, ostracod and stable isotope records from Lake Son Kol (Central Tian Shan, Kyrgyzstan). – Quaternary Science Reviews 177: 340-356 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.10.009

HU, Y.-Q., MINGRAM, J., STEBICH, M. & LI, J.-F. (2016): A key for the identification of conifer stomata from N.E. China based on fluorescence microscopy. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 233: 12-21 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.revpalbo.2016.06.005

STEBICH, M., REHFELD, K., SCHLÜTZ, F., TARASOV, P. E., LIU, J. & MINGRAM, J. (2015): Corrigendum to “Holocene vegetation and climate dynamics of NE China based on the pollen record from Sihailongwan Maar Lake” [Quat. Sci. Rev. 124 (2015) 275e289]. – Quaternary Science Reviews 126: 278 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.09.005

STEBICH, M., REHFELD, K., SCHLÜTZ, F., TARASOV, P. E., LIU, J. & MINGRAM, J. (2015): Holocene vegetation and climate dynamics of NE China based on the pollen record from Sihailongwan Maar Lake. – Quaternary Science Reviews 124: 275-289 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.07.021

SARKAR, S., PRASAD, S., WILKES, H., RIEDEL, N., STEBICH, M., BASAVAIAH, N.& SACHSE, D. (2015): Monsoon source shifts during the drying mid-Holocene: Biomarker isotope based evidence from the core ‘monsoon zone’ (CMZ) of India. – Quaternary Science Reviews 123: 144-157 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.06.020

RIEDEL, N., STEBICH, M., ANOOP, A., BASAVAIAH, N., MENZEL, P., PRASAD, S., SACHSE, D., SARKAR, S. & WIESNER, M. (2015): Modern pollen vegetation relationships in a dry deciduous monsoon forest: A case study from Lonar Crater Lake, central India. – Quaternary International 371: 268-279 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.01.046

THEUERKAUF, M., BOS, J. A. A., JAHNS, S., JANKE, W., KUPARINEN, A., STEBICH, M. & JOOSTEN, H. (2014): Corylusexpansion and persistent openness in the early Holocene vegetation of northern central Europe. – Quaternary Science Reviews 90: 183-198 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2014.03.002

LAUTERBACH, S., WITT, R., PLESSEN, B., DULSKI, P., PRASAD, S., MINGRAM, J., GLEIXNER, G., HETTLER-RIEDEL, S., STEBICH, M., SCHNETGER, B., SCHWALB, A. & SCHWARZ, A. (2014): Climatic imprint of the mid-latitude Westerlies in the Central Tian Shan of Kyrgyzstan and teleconnections to North Atlantic climate variability during the last 6000 years. – The Holocene 24 (8): 970-984 | https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683614534741

PRASAD, S., ANOOP, A., RIEDEL, N., SARKAR, S., MENZEL, P., BASAVAIAH, N., KRISHNAN, R., FULLER, D., PLESSEN, B., GAYE, B., RÖHL, U., WILKES, H., SACHSE, D., SAWANT, R., WIESNER, M. G. & STEBICH, M. (2014): Prolonged monsoon droughts and links to Indo-Pacific warm pool: A Holocene record from Lonar Lake, central India. – Earth and Planetary Science Letters 391: 171-182 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2014.01.043

MENZEL, PH., GAYE, B., MISHRA, P. K., ANOOP, A., BASAVAIAH, N., MARWAN, N., PLESSEN, B., PRASAD, S., RIEDEL, N., STEBICH, M. & WIESNER, M. G. (2014): Linking Holocene drying trends from Lonar Lake in monsoonal central India to North Atlantic cooling events. – Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 410: 164-178 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2014.05.044

SARKAR, S., WILKES, H., PRASAD, S., BRAUER, A., RIEDEL, N., STEBICH, M., BASAVAIAH, N. & SACHSE, D. (2014): Spatial heterogeneity in lipid biomarker distributions in the catchment and sediments of a crater lake in central India. – Organic Geochemistry 66: 125-136 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2013.11.009

MAUL, L. C., STEBICH, M., FRENZEL, P., HAMBACH, U., HENKEL, T., KATZSCHMANN, L., KIENAST, F., MENG, S., PENKMAN, K., ROLF, C., THOMAS, M. & KAHLKE, R.-D. (2013): Age and palaeoenvironment of the enigmatic Arternian Interglacial – evidence from the Muschelton at Voigtstedt/Hackelsberg (Thuringia, Central Germany). – Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 386: 68-85 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.05.005

MENZEL PH., GAYE, B., WIESNER, M. G., PRASAD, S., STEBICH, M., DAS, B. K., ANOOP, A., RIEDEL, N. & BASAVAIAH, N. (2013): Influence of bottom water anoxia on nitrogen isotopic ratios and amino acid contributions of recent sediments from small eutrophic Lonar Lake, central India. – Limnology and  Oceanography  58 (3): 1061-1074 |  https://doi.org/10.4319/lo.2013.58.3.1061

STEBICH, M., MINGRAM, J., MOSCHEN, R., THIELE, A. & SCHRÖDER, C. (2011): Comments on „Anti-phase oscillation of Asian monsoons during the Younger Dryas period: Evidence from peat cellulose ?13C of Hani, Northeast China“ by B. Hong, Y.T. Hong, Q.H. Lin, Yasuyuki Shibata, Masao Uchida, Y.X. Zhu, X.T. Leng, Y. Wang and C.C. Cai [Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 297 (2010) 214-222]. – Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 310 (3/4): 464-470 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.06.004

KLEINEN, T., TARASOV, P., BROVKIN, V., ANDREEV, A. & STEBICH, M. (2011): Comparison of modeled and reconstructed changes in forest cover through the past 8000 years: Eurasian perspective. – The Holocene 21 (5): 723-734 | https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683610386980

MRLINA, J., KÄMPF, H., KRONER, C., MINGRAM, J., STEBICH, M., BRAUER, A., GEISSLER, W. H., KALLMEYER, J., MATTHES, H. & SEIDL, M. (2009): First Quaternary maar structure of the Bohemian Massif, Central Europe – findings of combined geophysical and geological surveys. – Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 182 (1/2): 97-112 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2009.01.027

STEBICH, M., MINGRAM, J., HAN, J. & LIU, J. (2009): Late Pleistocene spread of (cool-)temperate forests in Northeast China and climate changes synchronous with the North Atlantic region. – Global and Planetary Change 65 (1/2): 56-70 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2008.10.010

PARPLIES, J., LÜCKE, A., VOS, H., MINGRAM, J., STEBICH, M., RADTKE, U., HAN, J. & SCHLESER, G. H. (2008): Late glacial environment and climate development in northeastern China derived from geochemical and isotopic investigations of the varved sediment record from Lake Sihailongwan (Jilin Province). – Journal of Paleolimnology 40 (1): 471-487 | https://doi.org/10.1007/s10933-007-9176-0

STEBICH, M., ARLT, J. & MINGRAM, J. (2007): Late Quaternary vegetation history of Northeast China – Recent progress in the palynological investigations of Sihailongwan maar lake. – Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 259: 181-190; Stuttgart.

SCHETTLER, G., SCHWAB, M. J. & STEBICH, M. (2007): A 700-year record of climate change based on geochemical and palynological data from varved sediments (Lac Pavin, France). – Chemical Geology 240: 11-35 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2007.01.003

SCHETTLER G., LIU, Q., MINGRAM, J., STEBICH M. & DULSKI, P. (2006): East-Asian monsoon variability between 15 000 and 2 000 cal. yr BP recorded in varved sediments of Lake Sihailongwan (northeastern China, Long Gang volcanic field). – The Holocene 16 (8): 143-157 | https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683606069388

STEBICH, M., BRÜCHMANN, C., KULBE, T. & NEGENDANK, J. F. W. (2005): Vegetation history, human impact and climate change during the last 700 years recorded in annually laminated Sediments of Lac Pavin, France. – Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 133 (1/2): 115-133 | https://doi.org/10.1016/j.revpalbo.2004.09.004

STEBICH, M., BRÜCHMANN, C. & MINGRAM, J. (2004): Late Quaternary Vegetation history of north-eastem China – preliminary results of palaeobotanical studies from annually laminated maar lake sediments. – In: MAUL, L. C., & KAHLKE, R.-D. (Eds) (2004): Late Neogene and Quaternary biodiversity and evolution: Regional developments and interregional correlations. Conference Volume. 18th International Senckenberg Conference. VI International Palaeontological Colloquium in Weimar. Weimar (Germany), 25th – 30th April, 2004. – Terra Nostra 2004 (2): 239-241; Berlin.

STEBICH, M. & SCHNEIDER, H. (2002): Bedeutende Fossilvorkommen des Quartärs in Thüringen. Teil 1: Mikro- und Makrofloren. – In: KAHLKE, R.-D. & WUNDERLICH, J. (Hrsg.): Tertiär und Quartär in Thüringen. – Beiträge zur Geologie von Thüringen, N. F. 9: 119-144.

ACKSEL, D., SCHWAB, M.J., STEBICH, M., BRÜCHMANN, C. & NEGENDANK, J. F. W. (2002): Erstes vollständiges See-Sedimentprofil aus dem Lac Pavin – Chronologische und paläoklimatische Informationen. – Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 21: 59.

BRÜCHMANN, C., KULBE, T., STEBICH, M. & NEGENDANK, J. F. W. (2002): Sedimentologische und mikrostratigraphische Untersuchungen der Laminae des Maarsees Lac Pavin, Auvergne/Frankreich. – Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft 21: 87.

KAHLKE, R.-D., MAUL, L. C., MEYRICK, R. A., STEBICH, M. & GRASSELT, T. (2002): The Quaternary from the late Middle to Upper Pleistocene site of Weimar-Ehringsdorf. – In: MEYRICK, R.A. & SCHREVE, D.C. (Eds): The Quaternary of Central Germany (Thuringia and surroundings). Field Guide. – 163-178; Quaternary Research Association, London.

STEBICH, M. (2002): Armleuchteralgen – filigrane Gesteinsbildner in Karstgewässern. – Natur und Museum 132 (6): 220-221.

STEBICH, M. & SCHNEIDER, H. (2002): The Quaternary micro- and macro floras of Thuringia (Central Germany). – In: MEYRICK, R. A. & SCHREVE, D. C. (Eds): The Quaternary of Central Germany (Thuringia & Surroundings), Field Guide. – 9-29; Quaternary Research Association, London.

LITT, T., BRAUER, A., GOSLAR, T., MERKT, J., BALAGA, K., MÜLLER, H., RALSKA-JASIEWICZOWA, M., STEBICH, M. & NEGENDANK, J. F. W. (2001): Correlation and synchronisation of Lateglacial continental sequences in northern central Europe based on annually-laminated lacustrine Sediments. – Quaternary Science Reviews 20 (11): 1233-1240 | https://doi.org/10.1016/S0277-3791(00)00149-9

BRAUER, A., ENDRES, C., GÜNTER, C., LITT, T., STEBICH, M. & NEGENDANK, J. F. W. (1999): High resolution Sediment and Vegetation responses to Younger Dryas climate change in varved lake Sediments from Meerfelder Maar, Germany. – Quaternary Science Reviews 18 (3): 321-329 | https://doi.org/10.1016/S0277-3791(98)00084-5

LITT, T., BRAUER, A., GOSLAR, T., MERKT, J., BALAGA, K., MÜLLER, H., RALSKA-JASIEWICZOWA, M., STEBICH, M. & NEGENDANK, J. F. W. (1999): Correlation and Synchronisation of Lateglacial continental sequences in northern central Europe based on varved limnic Sediments. – Terra Nostra 1999 (10): 58-63.

LITT, T. & STEBICH, M. (1999): Bio- and chronostratigraphy of the Lateglacial in the Eifel region, Germany. – Quaternary International 61: 5-16 | https://doi.org/10.1016/S1040-6182(99)00013-0

STEBICH, M. (1999): Palynologische Untersuchungen zur Vegetationsgeschichte des Weichsel-Spätglazial und Frühholozän an jährlich geschichteten Sedimenten des Meerfelder Maares (Eifel). – Dissertationes Botanicae 320: 1-127.

LITT, T., STEBICH, M. & BRAUER, A. (1998): Bio- and chronostratigraphy of the Lateglacial in the Eitel region based on varved Sediments. – Terra Nostra 1998 (6): 82-88; Berlin.

LITT, T., FRÜCHTL, M., KUBITZ, B. & STEBICH, M. (1997): Jungquartäre Floren in den Eifelmaaren. – In: Exkursionsführer 67. Jahrestagung der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft. – Terra Nostra 1997 (7): 54-62.

LITT, T., FRÜCHTL, M., KUBITZ, B. & STEBICH, M. (1997): Palaeobotanical investigations. – Terra Nostra 1997 (8): 25-29.

STEBICH, M. & LITT, T. (1997): Das Georgenfelder Hochmoor – ein Archiv für Vegetations-, Siedlungs- und Bergbaugeschichte. – Leipziger Geowissenschaften 5: 209-216.

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Populärwissenschaftliche Beiträge

KIENAST, F., KAHLKE, R.-D., KEILER, J.-A., STEBICH, M. & WILDE, V. (2012): Weimarer quartärbotanische Sammlungen in neuem Domizil. – Natur • Forschung • Museum 142 (9/10): 324-327.

KAHLKE, R.-D., KIENAST, F., MAUL, L. C. & STEBICH, M. (2009): Neuaufstellung der quartärpaläontologischen Sammlungen. – Natur und Museum 139 (5/6): 196-201.

STEBICH, M. (2002): Armleuchteralgen – filigrane Gesteinsbildner in Karstgewässern. – Natur und Museum 132 (6): 220-221.

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Mitarbeiterfoto Hund
PD Dr. Andrea Sundermann
als Vertretung für Prof. Dr. Peter Haase, Standortleitung Gelnhausen, Sprecher Forschungsbereich II

Interessensgebiete

  • Rolle verschiedener Umweltparamenter bei der Ausbildung von Benthoszönosen
  • Revitalisierung von Fließgewässern vor dem Hintergrund der Umsetzung der EU-Wasserrahmenrichtline
  • Ökologie (Ausbreitung) von benthischen Invertebraten
  • Gewässerbewertung anhand benthischer Invertebraten

Wissenschaftliche Laufbahn / Ausbildung

2016 Habilitation (Dr. rer. nat. habil.) in Ökologie, Fachbereich für Biowissenschaften der Johann Wolfgang
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt. Titel der Habilitationsschrift: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Fließgewässer-
Renaturierung unter besonderer Berücksichtigung multipler Stressoren

seit 2012 Sektionsleiterin Flussökosystemmanagement, Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Frankfurt.

2006-2011 Post-Doc, Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Frankfurt.

2006 Promotion (Dr. rer. nat.) an der Universität Marburg; Thema: „Variabilität von Makrozoobenthosproben und Bewertungsergebnissen vor dem Hintergrund der Umsetzung der EG-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie“.

2002-2006 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum Frankfurt.

2002 Diplom in Biologie an der Universität Marburg; Thema: „Untersuchungen zur Autökologie von Stempellina montivaga / Stempellina spec. nov. (Diptera, Chironomidae), einer köcherbauenden Zuckmücke helokrener Quellen.“

Publikationen

46. Sundermann, A., Müller, A. & Halle, M. (2022). A new index of a water temperature equivalent for summer respiration conditions of benthic invertebrates in rivers as a bio-indicator of global climate change. Limnologica, 95, 125980.

45. Pilotto, F., Haubrock, P. J., Sundermann, A., Lorenz, A.W., & Haase, P. (2022). Decline in niche specialization and trait β-diversity in benthic invertebrate communities of Central European low-mountain streams over 25 years. Science of the Total Environment, 810, 151770.

44. Rico-Sanchez, A.E., Rodriguez-Romero, A.J., Sedeno-Diaz, J.E., Lopez-Lopez, E. & Sundermann, A. (2022). Aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages in rivers influenced by mining activities. Scientific Reports, 12 (1), 3209.

43. Haubrock, P.J., Cuthbert, R.N., Sundermann, A., Diagne, C., Golivets, M. & Courchamp, F. (2021). Economic costs of invasive species in Germany. NeoBiota 67: 225-246.

42. Babitsch, D., Berger, E., & Sundermann, A. (2021). Linking environmental with biological data: Low sampling frequencies of chemical pollutants and nutrients in rivers reduce the reliability of model results. Science of The Total Environment 772, 145498.

41. Rico-Sánchez, A.E., Sundermann, A., López-López, E., Torres-Olvera, M.J., Mueller, S.A., & Haubrock, P.J. (2020). Biological diversity in protected areas: Not yet known but already threatened. Global Ecology and Conservation, e01006.

40. Babitsch, D. & Sundermann, A. (2020). Chemical surveillance in freshwaters: small sample sizes underestimate true pollutant loads and fail to detect environmental quality standard exceedances. Environ Sci Eur 32, 3. doi:10.1186/s12302-019-0285-y

39. Haase, P., Pilotto, F., Li, F., Sundermann, A., Lorenz, A.W., Tonkin, J.D, & Stoll, S. (2019). Moderate warming over the past 25 years has already reorganized stream invertebrate communities. Stoten 658: 1531-1538.

38. Pilotto, F., Tonkin, J.D., Januschke, K., Lorenz, A.W., Jourdan, J., Sundermann, A., Hering, D., Stoll, S. & Haase, P. (2019). Diverging response patterns of terrestrial and aquatic species to hydromorphological restoration. Conservation Biology 33:132-141.

37. Jourdan, J., O’Hara, R.B., Bottarin, R., Huttunen, K.-L., Kuemmerlen, M., Monteith, D., Muotka, T., Ozoliņš, D., Paavola, R, Pilotto, F., Springe, G., Skuja, A., Sundermann, A., Tonkin, J.D. & Haase, P. (2018). Effects of changing climate on European stream invertebrate communities: A long-term data analysis. Science of the Total Environment 613-614: 1185-1195.

36. Berger, E., Haase, P., Schäfer, R.B., Sundermann, A. (2018). Towards stressor-specific macroinvertebrate indices: Which traits and taxonomic groups are associated with vulnerable and tolerant taxa? Science of the Total Environment 619–620: 144–154.

35. Lorenz, A.W., Haase, P., Januschke, K., Sundermann, A., Hering, D. (2018). Revisiting restored river reaches – assessing change of aquatic and riparian communities after five years. Science of the Total Environment 613 – 614: 1185 – 1195.

34. Bowler, D., Hof, C., Haase, P., Kröncke, I., Schweiger, O., Adrian, R., Baert, L, Bauer, H.-G., Blick, T., Brooker, R., Dekoninck, W., Domisch, S., Eckmann, R., Hendrickx, F., Hickler, T., Klotz, S., Kraberg, A., Kühn, I., Matesanz, S., Meschede, A., Neumann, H., O’Hara, B., Russell, D., Sell, A., Sonnewald, M., Stoll, S., Sundermann, A., Tackenberg, O., Türkay, M., Valladares, F., van Herk, K., van Klink, R., Vermeulen, R., Voigtländer, K., Wagner, R., Welk, E., Wiemers, M., Wiltshire, K. & Böhning-Gaese, K. (2017). Cross-realm assessment of climate change impacts on species’ abundance trends. Nature Ecology and Evolution 1: article 0067.

33. Berger, E., Haase, P., Kuemmerlen, M., Leps, M., Schäfer, R. & Sundermann, A. (2017). Water quality variables and pollution sources shaping stream macroinvertebrate communities. Science of the Total Environment. 587-588: 1-10.

32. Leps, M., Leisner, S., Haase, P. & Sundermann, A. (2016). Prediction of taxon occurrence: A test on taxon specific change point values of stream benthic invertebrates. Freshwater Biology 61(10): 1773–1786.

31. Li, F., Sundermann, A., Stoll, S. & Haase, P. (2016). A newly developed dispersal metric indicates the succession of benthic invertebrates in restored rivers. Science of the Total Environment 569-570: 1570-1578.

30. Leps, M., Sundermann, A., Tonkin, J.D., Lorenz, A.W. & Haase, P. (2016). Time is no healer: increasing restoration age does not lead to improved benthic invertebrate communities in restored river reaches. Science of the Total Environment 557: 722-732.

29. Berger, E., Haase, P., Oetken, M. & Sundermann, A. (2016). Field data reveal low critical chemical concentrations for river benthic invertebrates. Science of the Total Environment 544: 864-873.

28. Tonkin, J.D., Heino, J., Sundermann, A., Haase, P. & Jähnig, S.C. (2016). Context dependency in biodiversity patterns of stream metacommunities. Freshwater Biology 61: 607–620.

27. Kuemmerlen M., Stoll, S., Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2016). Long-term monitoring data meet freshwater species distribution models: Lesson from an LTER-site. Ecological Indicators 65: 122-132.

26. Simaika J.P., Stoll, S., Lorenz, A.W., Thomas, G., Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2015). Bundles of stream restoration measures and their effects on fish communities. Limnologica 55: 1-8.

25. Leps, M., Tonkin, J.D., Dahm, V., Haase, P. & Sundermann, A. (2015). Disentangling environmental drivers of benthic invertebrate assemblages: the role of spatial scale and riverscape heterogeneity in a multiple stressor environment. Science of the Total Environment 536: 546–556.

24. Tonkin, J.D., Sundermann, A., Jähnig, S.C. & Haase, P. (2015). Environmental Controls on River Assemblages at the Regional Scale: An Application of the Elements of Metacommunity Structure Framework. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0135450.

23. Thomas, G., Lorenz, A.W., Sundermann, A., Haase, P., Peter, A. & Stoll, S. (2015). Fish response to river habitat restorations in Germany and Switzerland. Freshwater Science 34 (3): 975-990.

22. Sundermann, A., Leps, M., Leisner, S. & Haase, P. (2015). Taxon-specific physico-chemical change points for stream benthic invertebrates. Ecological Indicators 57: 314–323.

21. Jähnig, S.C., Shah, D.N., Tachamo Shah, R.D., Li, F.L., Cai, Q., Sundermann, A., Tonkin, J.D. & Stendera, S. (2015). Community-environment relationships of riverine invertebrate communities in central Chinese streams. Environmental Earth Sciences 74 (8): 6431-6442.

20. Tonkin, J., Stoll, S., Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2014). Dispersal distance and the pool of taxa, but not barriers, determine the colonisation of restored river reaches by benthic invertebrates. Freshwater Biology 59: 1843-1855.

19. Stoll, S., Kail, J., Lorenz, A.W., Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2014). The importance of the regional species pool, ecological species traits and local habitat conditions for the colonization of restored river reaches by fish. PLoS ONE 9 (1): e84741.

18. Lorenz, A.W., Stoll, S., Sundermann, A., Haase, P. (2013). Do adult and YOY fish benefit from river restoration measures? Ecological Engineering 61: 174-181.

17. Stoll, S., Sundermann, A., Lorenz, A. W., Kail, J. & Haase, P. (2013). Small and impoverished regional species pools constrain colonization of restored river reaches by fishes. Freshwater Biology 58: 664-674.

16. Sundermann, A., Gerhardt, M., Kappes, H & Haase, P. (2013). Stressor prioritization in riverine ecosystems: Benthic invertebrates assemblages are shaped by water quality rather than by local habitat structure. Ecological Indicators 27, 83-96.

15. Haase, P., Hering, D., Jähnig, S.C., Lorenz, A.W. & Sundermann, A. (2013). The impact of hydromorphological restoration on river ecological status: a comparison of fish, benthic invertebrates, and macrophytes. Hydrobiologia 704, 475 – 488.

14. Lorenz, A., Korte, T., Sundermann, A., Januschke, K. & Haase, P. (2012). Macrophytes respond to reach-scale river restorations. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 202-212.

13. Jähnig, S., Lorenz, A., Hering, D., Antons, C., Sundermann, A., Jedicke, E. & Haase, P. (2011). River restoration success – a question of perception. Ecological Applications 21: 2007-2015.

12. Sundermann, A., Stoll, S. & Haase, P. (2011). River restoration success depends on the species pool of the immediate surroundings. Ecological Applications 21: 1962-1971.

11. Kappes, H., Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2011). Distant land use affects terrestrial and aquatic habitats of high naturalness. Biodiversity and Conservation 20: 2297-2309.

10. Sundermann, A., Antons, C., Cron, N., Lorenz, A., Hering, D. & Haase, P. (2011). Hydromorphological restoration of running waters: effects on benthic invertebrate assemblages. Freshwater Biology 56: 1689-1702.

9. Haase, P., Pauls, S.U., Schindehütte, K. & Sundermann, A. (2010). First audit of macro-invertebrate samples from an EU-Water Framework Directive monitoring programme. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29: 1279-1291.

8. Kappes, H., Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2010). High spatial variability biases the space-for-time ap-proach in environmental monitoring. Ecological Indicators 10: 1202-1205.

7. Sundermann, A., Pauls, S.U., Clarke, R.T. & Haase, P. (2008). Within-stream variability of benthic invertebrate samples and EU Water Framework Directive assessment results. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. (Arch. Hydrobiol.), 173: 21–34.

6. Haase, P., Pauls, S. U., Engelhardt, C. H. M. & Sundermann, A. (2008). Effects of sampling microhabitats with low coverage within the STAR/AQEM macroinvertebrate sampling protocol on stream assessment. Limnologica, 38 (1): 14-22.

5. Sundermann, A., Lohse, S., Beck, L.A. & Haase, P. (2007). Key to the larval stages of aquatic true flies (Diptera), based on the operational taxa list for running waters in Germany. Annales de Limnologie, 43: 61-74.

4. Haase, P., Murray-Bligh, J., Lohse, S., Pauls, S.U., Sundermann, A., Gunn, R. & Clarke, R. (2006). Assessing the impact of errors in sorting and identifying macroinvertebrate samples. Hydrobiologia 566: 505-521.

3. Haase, P., Lohse, S., Pauls, S., Schindehütte, K., Sundermann, A., Rolauffs, P. & Hering, D. (2004). Assessing streams in Germany with benthic invertebrates: development of a practical standardised protocol for macroinvertebrate sampling and sorting. Limnologica 34: 349-365.

2. Haase, P., Pauls, S., Sundermann, A. & Zenker, A. (2004). Testing different sorting techniques in macroinvertebrate samples from running waters. Limnologica 34: 366-378.

1. Hering, D., Meier, C., Rawer-Jost, C., Feld, C.K., Biss, R., Zenker, A., Sundermann, A., Lohse, S. & Böhmer, J. (2004). Assessing streams in Germany with benthic invertebrates: selection of candidate metrics. Limnologica 34: 398-415.

Andere Publikationen 

Halle M., Müller A. & Sundermann A. (2020). Der KLIWA-IndexMZB – Ein biologischer Impact-Indikator des Klimawandels für Fließgewässer. KW – Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 13, 477-489.

Oetken M. & Sundermann A. (2018). Strategien zur effektiven Renaturierung von Fließgewässern. KW – Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 11, 142-147.

Sundermann, A. (2017). Taxaspezifische Schwellenwerte für benthische Invertebraten in Fließgewässern: Wie viel Chlorid verträgt eine Zönose im guten ökologischen Zustand? Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft, 9, 536-541.

Sundermann, A., Hering, D., Nohl, M. & Lorenz, A. (2017). Strategien zur Erfolgskontrolle und zur Optimierung von Fließgewässer-Renaturierungsmaßnahmen. NUA-Seminarbericht, 13, 45-50.

Halle, M., Müller, A. & Sundermann, A. (2016). Ableitung von Temperaturpräferenzen des Makrozoobenthos für die Entwicklung eines Verfahrens zur Indikation biozönotischer Wirkungen des Klimawandels in Fließgewässern. KLIWA Heft 20, ISBN 978-3-88251-389-9, Karlsruhe. http://www.kliwa.de/_download/KLIWAHeft20.pdf

Dahm, V., B. Kupilas, P. Rolauffs, D. Hering, P. Haase, H. Kappes, M. Leps, A. Sundermann, S. Döbbelt-Grüne, C. Hartmann, U. Koenzen, C. Reuvers, U. Zellmer, C. Zins, F. Wagner (2014). Strategien zur Optimierung von Fließgewässer-Renaturierungsmaßnahmen und ihrer Erfolgskontrolle. Verlag Umweltbundesamt ,Texte 43/2014

Sundermann, A., Lorenz, A., Stoll, S. & Haase, P. (2010). Renaturierung von Fließgewässern – Hinweise auf dem Weg zum Erfolg. In: Lüderitz, V., Jüpner, R. & Dittrich, A. (Hrsg.) Beiträge zum Institutskolloquium „Auswirkungen von Eingriffen in Fließgewässern“. Magdeburger Wasserwirtschaftliche Hefte, Band 10, 135-141.

Lorenz, A., Antons, C., Korte, T., Paster, M., Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2009). Wie reagieren Fische und Makrophyten auf Renaturierungsmaßnahmen? DGL-Tagungsbericht, 2009: 471-475.

Heigl, E., Sundermann, A., Meyer, E.I. & Haase, P. (2008). Revitalisierung von Fließgewässern – Evaluation durchgeführter Maßnahmen am Beispiel der Nidda (Modul Makrozoobenthos). DGL-Tagungsbericht, 2007:384-387.

Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2007).Variabilität von Makrozoobenthosproben und Bewertungsergebnissen – Datenanalyse und Interpretation mit STARBUGS. DGL-Tagungsbericht, 2006: 373-377.

Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2006). Variabilität von Makrozoobenthosproben vor dem Hintergrund der Umsetzung der EU-WRRL. DGL-Tagungsbericht, 2005: 415-419.

Sundermann, A. & Haase, P. (2005). Assessment of streams with benthic invertebrates within the EU Water Framework Directive. Multifunctionality of Landscapes: 70.

Sundermann, A., Haase, P., Clarke, R., Pauls, S., Lohse, S., Gunn, R. & Sporka, F. (2005). Assessing the impact of sorting and identification errors of macroinvertebrate samples. Fourth Symposium for European Freshwater Science: 142.

Meier, C., Hering, D., Haase, P., Sundermann, A. & Böhmer, J. (2005). Die Bewertung von Fließgewässern mit dem Makrozoobenthos. Limnologie aktuell 11: 76-90.

Forschungsberichte

Sundermann, A., Antons, C., Heigl, E., Hering, D., Jedicke, E., A. Lorenz & Haase, P. (2009): Evaluation von Fließgewässer-Revitalisierungsprojekten als Modell für ein bundesweites Verfahren zur Umsetzung effizienten Fließgewässerschutzes. Zuwendungsgeber und Kennzeichen: Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (FK 25032-33/2 ) sowie Hessisches Ministerium für Umwelt, ländlichen Raum und Verbraucherschutz (FK III 2-79i 02)

Haase, P. & Sundermann, A. (2009). Biologisches Monitoring Fließgewässer – Praxisorientierte Ansätze für eine biologische Qualitätssicherung. Zuwendungsgeber: LAWA. Kennzeichen: O 12.08

Haase, P., Heigl, E. & Sundermann, A. (2008). Qualitätssicherung von Makrozoobenthosaufnahmen in Thüringen – Untersuchungsjahr 2008. Zuwendungsgeber: Thüringische Landesanstalt für Umwelt und Geologie. Kennzeichen: 2008F000522/5300

Haase, P., Heigl, E. & Sundermann, A. (2008). Qualitätssicherung von Makrozoobenthosproben aus Bächen und Flüssen der Monitoring-Erhebung aus 2007. Zuwendungsgeber: Hessisches Landesamt für Umwelt und Geologie. Kennzeichen: 4500309388

Haase, P., Schindehütte, K., & Sundermann, A. (2007). Pilotprojekt zur Qualitätssicherung von Makrozoobenthosaufnahmen in Hessen. Auftraggeber: Hessisches Landesamt für Umwelt und Geologie. Förderkennzeichen: 4500225679.

Feld, C., Lorenz, A. & Sundermann, A. (2006). River Basin Management Tools: Training Courses in River Assessment. Zuwendungsgeber: Danube Regional Project.

Meier, C., Böhmer, J., Biss, R., Feld, C., Haase, P., Lorenz, A., Rawer-Jost, C., Rolauffs, P., Schindehütte, K., Schöll, F., Sundermann, A., Zenker, A. & Hering, D. (2006). Weiterentwicklung und Anpassung des nationalen Bewertungssystems für Makrozoobenthos an neue internationale Vorgaben. Zuwendungsgeber: UBA. Förderkennzeichen: 202 24 223. www.fliessgewaesserbewertung.de

Haase, P., Sundermann, A., Hering, D., Korte, T., Meier, C., Böhmer, J. & Zenker, A. (2005). Anwendung und Erprobung neu entwickelter Verfahren zur Fließgewässerbewertung (Makrozoobenthos). Zuwendungsgeber: LAWA. Förderkennzeichen: O 3.04. www.fliessgewaesserbewertung.de

Haase, P. & Sundermann, A. (2004). Standardisierung der Erfassungs- und Auswertungsmethoden von Makrozoobenthosuntersuchungen in Fließgewässern. Zuwendungsgeber: LAWA. Förderkennzeichen: O 4.02. www.fliessgewaesserbewertung.de

Haase, P., Sundermann, A., Feld, C., Hering, D., Lorenz, A., Meier, C., Böhmer, J., Rawer-Jost, C. & Zenker, A. (2004). Validation der Fließgewässertypologie Deutschlands, Ergänzung des Datenbestandes und Harmonisierung der Bewertungsansätze der verschiedenen Forschungsprojekte zum Makrozoobenthos zur Umsetzung der Europäischen Wasserrahmenrichtlinie (Modul Makrozoobenthos). Zuwendungsgeber: LAWA. Förderkennzeichen: O 3.02. www.fliessgewaesserbewertung.de

Haase, P., Pauls, S. & Sundermann, A. (2003). Probenahme und Bestimmung von Makrozoobenthosproben nach den vorläufigen nationalen Standard zur Umsetzung der EU-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie. – Zuwendungsgeber: Hessisches Landesamt für Umwelt und Geologie (HLUG). Förderkennzeichen: 2003/03619.

Prof. Dr. Willi Xylander Görlitz
Prof. Dr. Willi Xylander
Institutsleitung SMNG

4.9.1955  geboren in Hagen/Westfalen

 

Tätigkeiten und Funktionen an wissenschaftlichen Institutionen 

seit Nov. 2016
Mitglied der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät TU Dresden

seit  Juli 2016
Berufener Professor für Spezielle Zoologie (Wirbellose) an der TU Dresden

seit April 1997
Honorarprofessor für Spezielle Zoologie an der Universität Leipzig

seit Okt. 1995
Direktor des Staatlichen Museums für Naturkunde Görlitz, seit 1.1.2009 des Senckenberg Museums für Naturkunde Görlitz

April 1993 – März 1997
Privatdozent für das Fach Zoologie an der JLU

April 1993 – Aug. 1994
Vertretung einer C3-Professur für Ökologie und Systematik der Tiere an der JLU

April 1987 – April 1993
Hochschulassistent (C1) am Institut für Allgemeine und Spezielle Zoologie der JLU

April 1986 – April 1987
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Allgemeine und Spezielle Zoologie der Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen

Okt. 1981 – März 1986
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft am II. Zoologischen Institut der Universität Göttingen

Studium, Promotion, Habilitation, Prüfungen

9.12.1992
Habilitation für das Fach Zoologie am Fachbereich Biologie der JLU

5.5.1986
Rigorosum an der Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen

Nov. 1983 – März 1986
Stipendiat der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Sept. 1982
Beginn der Dissertation über Fischparasiten (Doktorvater: Prof. Peter Ax)

April 1981 – April 1982
Diplomarbeit an der Litoralstation der BAH in List/Sylt

1977
Beginn des Studiums der Biologie (Diplom) an der Universität Göttingen

 

2022

 

193. Neu, A., A. Allspach, K. Baber, P. Decker and W.E.R. Xylander (2022): BODENTIERhoch4: A new citizen science tool for the determination and monitoring of soil organisms. Soil Organisms, 94(1), pp. 29-39. (pdf)

 

2021

 

192. Sebuliba, Solomon and Wesche, K. and Xylander, W.E.R. (2021): Ready for Restitution? Meeting challenges of colonial legacies in Africa’s Collections. BioScience, 71 (4). pp. 322-324. ISSN 0006-3568

 

2020

 

191. Bingemer, Jana and Zumkowski-Xylander, H. and Xylander, W.E.R. (2020): ABENTEUER NEISSE – LEBEN AM FLUSS. Natur, Forschung, Museum – Das Senckenberg Wissenschaftsmagazin, 150. ISSN 2191-5911

190. Xylander, W.E.R. (2020): Das Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz. Informationen des Sächsischen Museumsbundes e.V., 53/54. pp. 18-23.

189. Xylander, W.E.R (2020): Society´s awareness for protection of soils, its biodiversity and function in 2030 – We need a more intrinsic approach. Soil Organisms 92 (3): 203-211. (pdf)

188. Xylander, W.E.R (2020): Objects in natural history collections and their authenticity in the light of traditional and new collection strategies. In: Kimmel, D. & S. Brüggerhoff (Hrsg.) Museums, Places of Authenticity. RGZM Tagungen, Bd. 42: 401-410.

187. Xylander, W.E.R (2020): Naturkundliche Wanderausstellungen – Inhalte, Anforderungen, Risiken und  Chancen. Natur im Museum 10: 28-36

186. Mathews, J., F. Glante, M. Berger, G. Broll, U. Eser, A. Faensen-Thiebes, N. Feldwisch, W. König, N. Patzel, R. Sommer & Willi E.R. Xylander (2020): Soil and biodiversity – Demands on politics. Soil Organisms 92 (2): 95-98. (pdf)

 

2019

 

185. Decker, P., J. Wesenberg & W. Xylander (2019): Bodentierhoch4 – Mit dem Smartphone in den Boden abtauchen. Natur Forschung Museum 149 (7-9): 119-122.

184. Xylander, W.E.R. (2019): Das Senckenberg Museum für Naturkunde Görlitz. Mitteilung des Sächsischen Museumsbundes. Informationen des Sächsischen Museumsbundes e.V. (Das Museum als Integrationsmotor der Gesellschaft) 53/54: 18-23.

183. Xylander, W. (2019): Nicht nur, weil wir es können – Reflexionen zu Kriterien für den Einsatz von Virtual Reality in Naturkundemuseen. Museumskunde 2019: 148-155.

182. Eisenhauer, N. & W.E.R. Xylander (2019): Soil Organisms – an international open access journal on the taxonomic and functional biodiversity in the soil. Soil Organisms 91 (2): 33-35 (pdf)

181. Baber, K., J. Wesenberg & W.E.R. Xylander (2019): Perzeption und Evaluierung von Virtual Reality (VR) – Formaten im Naturkundemuseum. Natur im Museum 9: 37-39.

180. Schuppenhauer, M., R. Lehmitz & W.E.R. Xylander (2019): Slow-moving soil organisms on a water highway: Aquatic dispersal and survival potential of Oribatida and Collembola in running water. Movement Ecology 7: 20 – Pp. 1-14.

179. Xylander, W.E.R., H. Ansorge, B. Balkenhol, U. Burkhard, A. Christian, U. Damm, Ch. Düker, P. Gebauer, K. Hohberg, J:M:C: Hutchinson, R. Lehmitz, V. Otte, H. Reise, Ch. Ritz, D.J. Russell, B. Schlitt, H.-J. Schulz, B. Seifert, O. Tietz, K. Voigtländer, K. Wesche (2019): Obituary Prof. Dr. Wolfram Dunger. Soil Organisms 91 (1) (pdf)

178. Wesenberg, J., K. Baber, L. Westermann & W.E.R. Xylander (2019): „Adventure Soil Life“ – A virtual journey through a hidden world. VIMM Virtual Multimodal Museum, https://www.vi-mm.eu/project/adventure-soil-life-a-virtual-journey-through-an-unknown-world/

 

2018

 

177. Westermann, L., K. Baber, J. Wesenberg & W. Xylander (2018): „Abenteuer Bodenleben“ – Virtual Reality (VR) zur digitalen Wissenschaftsvermittlung im Museum. In: Bienert, A., A. Börner, E. Emenlauer-Blömers & J. Hemsley (Hrsg.): Proceedings EVA, Berlin: Pp 27-33

176. Xylander, W.E.R. & H. Zumkowski-Xylander (2018): Increasing awareness for soil biodiversity and protection – The international touring exhibition „The Thin Skin of the Earth“. Soil Organisms 90 (2): 79-94 (pdf)

175. Decker, P., A. Christian & W.E.R. Xylander (2018): Fotografieren statt restaurieren? Ein virtuelles Mikroskop für Museumssammlungen „rettet“ historische Klieintierpräparate. Natur Forschung Museum 148: 84-86

174. Xylander, W.E.R., H. Zumkowski- Xylander, J. Wesenberg, P. Havlik & B. Herkner (2018): Fast wie im Leben – Senckenberg testet virtuelle Realitäten. Natur Forschung Museum 148 (1-3): 28-30

173. Decker, P.,  A. Christian & W.E.R. Xylander (2018): VIRMISCO – The Virtual Microscope Slide Collection. Zookeys 741: 271-282

172. Xylander, W. (2018): The Senckenberg Museum of Natural History Görlitz. In: Türkay, M. et al.: The zoological collections of the Senckenberg Research Institute. In: Lothar A. Beck (Ed.): Zoological Collections of Germany. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. Pp. 354-364

 

2017
 

171. Xylander, W.E.R. & D. Teichmann (2017): Subcutaneous infection by a botfly (Dermatobia hominis) – case study with complications. ARC Journal of Public Health and Community Medicine 2(4): 13-17

170. Xylander, W.E.R. (2017): Eine Wiese in der Oberlausitz – Ein unerwartet multipler Konfliktfall von „authentisch“ und „historisch“. Ein Tagungsband des WGL-Forschungsverbundes Historische Authentizität. In: Eser, Th., M. Farrenkopf, D. Kimmel, A. Saupe & U. Warnke (Hrsg.), Authentisierung im Museum. Ein Werkstatt-Bericht. Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz. RGZM-Tagungen Bd. 32: 83-88

169. Zumkowski-Xylander, H., M. Pilz, A. Paczos, A. Christian & W. Xylander (2017): Die dünne Haut der Erde – Unsere Böden. Ausstellungsführer zur Wanderausstellung des Senckenberg Museums für naturkund Görlitz. S. 1 – 84

168. Xylander, W.E.R. (2017): Prof. Dr. Wolfram Dunger – Bodenzoologe und Museumsmann. Natur Forschung Museum 147 (5/6): 166-167

167. Pilz, M.,K. Hohberg, H. Pfanz, Ch. Wittmann, W.E.R. Xylander (2017): Respiratory adaptions to a combination of oxygen deprivation and extreme carbon dioxide concentration in nematodes. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobioloy 239: 34-40

166. Decker, P., R.Mesibov, K. Voigtländer & W.E.R. Xylander (2017): Revision of the Australian millipede genus Pogonosternum Jeeke, 1965, with descriptions of two new species (Diplopoda, Polydesmida, Paradoxomatidae). European Journal of Taxonomy 259: 1-34

 

2016
 

165. Leinfelder, R. & W.E.R. Xylander (2016): Museums of Natural Sciences and Museums of Natural History – Naturwissenschaftliche Museen und Museen für Naturkunde.In: G.raf,B. & V. Rodekamp: Museums between Quality and Relevance – Denkschrift on the State of Museums. Berliner Schriftenreihe zur Museumsforschung 30 (Special volume): 116-119

164. Meiners, U. & W.E.R. Xylander (2016): Collecting and Collections: The heart of the museum/ Sammlungen – Grundlage der Museen In: Graf, B. & V. Rodekamp: Museums between Quality and Relevance – Denkschrift on the State of Museums. Berliner Schriftenreihe zur Museumsforschung 30 (Special volume): 35-38

163. Xylander,W.E.R. (2016): Citizen Science – Potenziale und Grenzen der Einbeziehung von Bürgern in der Forschung. Ber. Naturforsch. Ges. Oberlausitz 24: 103-114

162. Xylander, W.E.R. (2016): Mission impossible: the childhood and youth of Willi Hennig. In: Williams,D., M. Schmitt & Q. Wheeler (Hrsg.): The Future of Phylogenetic Systematics: The Legacy of Wiili Hennig, S. 10-20

161. Xylander, W.E.R. (2016): From the interstitial to phylogeny of the animal kingdom. In: Schmidt-Rhaesa, A. & S. Richter (Hrsg.): Peter Ax, the promotor of phylogenetic systematics. Peckiana 11: 7-19 (pdf)

 

2015
 

160. Xylander, W.E.R., R. Lehmitz, K. Hohberg, B. Lang &  D.J. Russell (2015): Boden – Ein unterschätzter Lebensraum und seine Bedeutung. BIUZ 45: 388-395

159. Wirkner,C.& W.E.R. Xylander (2015): The circulatory system. In: Minelli, A. (Hrsg.): Treatise on Zoology – Anatomy, Taxonomy, Biology. The Myriapoda. Brill, Leiden. Vol.2, Diplopoda, S. 153-160

158. Xylander, W.E.R. (2015): Zwischenstelle Museum – Bodenbiologie, Biodiversität, Bodenschutz und Transfer. In: G. Wessolek (Hrsg.): Von ganz unten – Warum wir unsere Böden besser schützen müssen. Oekom-Verlag München, S.97-104

 

2014

                                      
157.Burkhardt, U., Russell, D.J., Buryn, R., Decker, P., Döhler, M., Höfer, H. , Lesch, S., Rick, S., Römbke, J., Trog, C., Vorwald, J., Wurst, E. & Xylander, W.E.R (2014) : The Edaphobase Project of GBIF-Germany – A new online soil-zoological data warehouse. Applied Soil Biology

 

2013

156. Xylander, W.E.R. (2013): Dynamische Erde – Dynamischer Boden – „Critical Zone“ Pedosphäre in Wechselwirkung zwischen Hydrosphäre, Lithosphäre, Biosphäre und Atmosphäre. In (B. Voigt, Hrsg.): BodenLeben – Erfahrungsweg ins Innere der Erde. Annäherung an eine verborgene Dimension des Lebens im Dialog von Wissenschaft, Kunst und Bildung, München, S. 34-43 

155.Xylander, W.E.R. (2013): Obituary — Prof. Dr. Ax. ODE 13 (2): 1-3

154. Xylander, W.E.R. (2013): Neodermata. In: Westheide, W. & G. Rieger (Hrsg.): Spezielle Zoologie, Teil 1: Einzeller und Wirbellose Tiere. 4. überarbeitete Auflage. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, New York, S. 205-228.

153. Xylander, W.E.R. (2013): Willi Hennig (1913 – 1976) – Wissenschaftliche Bedeutung, Leben und Werk. Eine Würdigung anlässlich seines 100. Geburtstages am 20. April 2013. Der Sekretär 13 (1): 3-14.

152. Bruňanská, M., L.G. Poddubnaya & W.E.R. Xylander (2013): A reinvestigation of spermiogenesis in Amphilina foliacea (Platyhelminthes, Amphilinidea). Folia Parasitol. 60(1):  43-50.

 

2012

 151. Xylander, W.E.R. (2012 g): „Fremd“ und „Eigen“ in der Natur. Museumskunde 77 (2): 83-88.

150. Barjadze, S., H.-J. Schulz, U. Burkhardt, W.E.R. Xylander, R. Djanashvil &, M. Salakaia (2012 f):  New records for the Georgian springtail fauna (Collembola). Soil Organisms 84 (3): 551-554

149. Bruňanská, M., L.G. Poddubnaya & W.E.R. Xylander (2012): Spermatozoon cytoarchitecture of Amphilina foliacea (Platyhelminthes, Amphilinidea). Parasitol. Res.111:2063-2069

148. Poddubnaya L.G. W.E.R., Xylander & D.I. Gibson (2012 d) Ultrastructural characteristics of the protonephridial terminal organ and associated ducts of adult specimens of the Aspidogastrea, Digenea and Monogenea, with comments on the relationships between these groups. Syst. Parasitol. 82:89–104.

147. Leinfelder, R. & W.E.R Xylander (2012 c): Naturwissenschaftliche Museen und Museen für Naturkunde. In: Museen zwischen Qualität und Relevanz – Denkschrift zur Lage der Museen (Hrsg. B. Graf & V. Rodekamp). Berliner Schriften zur Museumsforschung Bd. 30: 357-366.

146. Meiners, U. & W.E.R. Xylander (2012 b): Sammlungen – Grundlage der Museen. In: Museen zwischen Qualität und Relevanz – Denkschrift zur Lage der Museen (Hrsg. B. Graf & V. Rodekamp). Berliner Schriften zur Museumsforschung Bd. 30: 73-88.

145. Lehmitz, R., Russell, D.R., Hohberg, K., Christian, A. W. E.R. Xylander (2012 a): Active migration of oribatid mites into young soils. Applied Soil Ecology 55: 10-19

 

 2011

144. Probst, B. & W. Xylander (2011 d): via regia – 800 Jahre Bewegung und Begegnung – Ein Ausstellungsvorhaben zwischen Authentizität und Interdisziplinarität. Museumskunde 76 (1/11): 38-44.

143. Xylander, W.E.R. (2011 c): Präsentation von Wirbellosen Tieren in naturkundlichen Ausstellungen. Tagungsband der Jahrestagung der Böhmisch-Bayerisch-Sächsischen Museen in Ceska Lipa. Museum Bulletin 14: 67-76.

142. Lehmitz, R., D. Russell, K. Hohberg, A. Christian & W.E.R. Xylander (2011 b): Wind dispersal of oribatid mites as a mode of migration. Pedobiologia 54: 201–207

141. Siemer, S. & W. Xylander (2011 a): Strasse der Arten: Die Ausbreitung von Tieren und Pflanzen entlang der via regia. Begleitbuch zur 3. Sächsischen Landesausstellung. 186-193.

 

2010
 

140. Elmer, M., C. Rißmann, M. Wanner, K. Hohberg & WE.R. Xylander (zum Druck eingereicht): Die Bodenfauna in den Wäldern der Schlabendorfer Felder – natürliche Besiedlung und Wechselwirkungen mit der forstlichen Bewirtschaftung. (Abschlußbericht von SUBICON) iologische Studien 39: 36-47

139. Elmer, M., J. Wöllecke, S. Gebhardt, J. Böllmann, K. Hohberg, M. Wanner, W.E.R. Xylander & R.F. Hüttl (2010 d): 2.2.7 Primärsukzession der Bodenorganismen. In: Hotes, S. & V. Wolters (Hrsg.): Fokus Biodiversität. Oekom verlag, München. S. 125-131.

138. Poddubnaya, L.G. & W.E.R. Xylander (2010 c): Ultrastructural study of cell components within the ovary of Amphilina japonica Goto at Ishii, 1936 and their relation: new character for the Amphilinidea (Neodermata). Systematic Parasitology 77: 163-174.

137. Poddubnaya, L.G. & W.E.R. Xylander (2010 b): The relationship between the cell components of the ovary of Amphilina japonica Goto et Ishii, 1936: a new phylogenetic character  for the Amphilinidea (Neodermata). Tagungsband International Symposium „Parasites of the Holartic Region, Part II, Petrosavodzk, October 2010, S. 49-51.

136. Poddubnaya, L.G., R. Kuchta, T. Scholz & W.E.R. Xylander (2010 a): Ultrastructure of the ovarian follicles, oviducts and oocyte development of Gyrocotyle urna (Neodermata: Gyrocotylidea). Folia Parasitologia 57 (3): 173-184.

 

2009
 

135. Xylander, W.E.R. (2009 g): Chefsache Bildung – Nicht nur für Besucher. Museumskunde 74: 93-94.

134. Xylander, W.E.R. (2009 f): Physico-chemical properties of haemolymph of Chilopoda and Diplopoda (Myriapoda, Arthropoda): protein content, pH, osmolarity. Soil Organisms 81 (3): 431-439.

133. Xylander, W.E.R. (2009 e): Antibacterial substances and characteristics from the haemolymph of Chilopoda and Diplopoda (Myriapoda, Arthropoda). Soil Organisms 81 (3): 413-429.

132. Rißmann, C., M. Elmer, K. Hohberg, T. Raab & W.E.R. Xylander (2009 d): Trophic structure and complexity of early soil food webs in a post mining area in Lower Lusatia. Verh. Ges. Ökol. Bayreuther Forum Ökologie 115:  112.

131. Rißmann, C., M. Elmer, K. Hohberg, T. Raab & W.E.R. Xylander (2009 c): How does the complexity of soil microfood-webs affect the trophic interactions? Verh. Ges. Ökol. Bayreuther Forum Ökologie, 115: 111.

130. Xylander, W.E.R. & L. G. Poddubnaya (2009 b): Ultrastructure of the neodermal sclerites of Gyrocotyle urna Grube and Wagener, 1852 (Gyrocotylidea, Cestoda). Parasitol. Res. 105: 1593-1601.

129. Xylander, W.E.R. (2009 a): Haemocytes in Myriapoda (Arthropoda): A Review. International Survival Journal 6: 114-124.

 

2008
 

128. Xylander, W.E.R. (2008 f): „Sammlung oder Ansammlung“ – Forschung als tragende Säule der Arbeit von Naturkundemuseen. Bodenseesymposium „Das Museum als Ort des Wissens“. ICOM Schweiz Hrsg., Tagungsband Schaffhausen 22.-24. Juni 2006. S. 37-49.

127. Geppert, C. & W.E.R. Xylander (2008 e): Nocturnal roosting sites of the banded demoiselle Calopteryx splendens Harris, 1782 (Odonata: Zygoptera: Calopterygidae) – A marking study. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemuseum Görlitz 79 (2): 271-280.

126. Lehmitz, R., A. Christian & W.E.R. Xylander (2008 d): Detection of migration mechanisms of oribatid mites. Verh. Ges. Ökol. 36: 449.

125. Xylander, W.E.R. (2008 c): Composition of haemolymph in Diplopoda and Chilopoda. Peckiana 6: 135.

124. Xylander, W.E.R. (2008 b): Haemolysins and other potential antibiotic haemolymph proteins from Diplopoda and Chilopoda. Peckiana 6: 40.

123. Wanner, M., M. Elmer, M. Kazda & W.E.R. Xylander (2008 a): Community assembly of terrestrial testate amoebae: how is the very first beginning characterised? Microb. Ecol. 56: 43-54.

 

2007
 

122. Xylander, W. (2007 d): Erfolgskriterien für Museen – Ein schwieriges Feld. Bulletin 2/07: 1-2.

121. Wanner, M., M. Elmer, & W.E.R. Xylander (2007 c): Beschalte Amöben –  Charakterisierung der frühesten Phase des „Community Assembly“ in jungen Böden. In: J. Wöllecke, K. Anders, W. Durka, M. Elmer, M. Wanner & G. Wiegleb (Hrsg.): Landschaft im Wandel – Natürliche und anthropogene Besiedlung der Niederlausitzer Bergbaufolgelandschaft. Shaker Verlag, Aachen. S. 79-91.

120. Wanner, M., M. Elmer, A. Bahrt, B. Balkenhol, Ch. Düker, K. Hohberg, D. Nährig, R. F. Hüttl, W.E.R. Xylander (2007 b): Bodenfauna: Entwicklung der Biodiversität in jungen Böden der Niederlausitzer Bergbaufolgelandschaft. Wanner, M., M. Elmer, & W.E.R. Xylander (2007 b): Beschalte Amöben –  Charakterisierung der frühesten Phase des „Community Assembly“ in jungen Böden. In: J. Wöllecke, K. Anders, W. Durka, M. Elmer, M. Wanner & G. Wiegleb (Hrsg.): Landschaft im Wandel – Natürliche und anthropogene Besiedlung der Niederlausitzer Bergbaufolgelandschaft. Shaker Verlag, Aachen. S. 43-51.

119. Wanner, M., M. Elmer, A. Bahrt, B. Balkenhol, C. Düker, K. Hohberg, D. Nährig, R.F. Hüttl & W.E.R. Xylander (2007 a): Entwicklung der Biodiversität junger Böden der Niederlausitzer Bergbaufolgelandschaft. In: Entwicklung der Biodiversität im Gefüge von Ökologie und Sozioökonomie (U. Bröring & M. Wanner, Hrsg.). Aktuelle Reihe der BTU Cottbus 2/2007: 75-78.

 

2006
 

118. Xylander, W.E.R. (2006 f): Fit? Gedanken zu den Anforderungen an Museen im 21. Jahrhundert. Museumskunde 71 (2): 10-15.

117. Xylander, W.E.R. & M. Wanner (2006 e): Impacts for conservation? Biocoenoses on military training areas and lignite mining sites in Lusatia. Abh. Ber. f. Naturkunde Magdeburg 29: 137-152.

116. Xylander, W.E.R. (2006 d): Neodermata. In: Westheide, W. & R.M. Rieger (Hrsg.): Spezielle Zoologie, Teil 1: Einzeller und Wirbellose Tiere. 3. völlig überarbeitete Auflage. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, New York, S. 233-260.

115. Xylander, W.E.R. & L. Nevermann (2006 c): Haemocytes in Diplopoda and Chilopoda (Arthropoda, Myriapoda) – Types, structures, and numbers. Norw. J. Entomol. 53 (2): 195-210.

114. Balkenhol, B., I. Brunk, J. Vogel, K. Voigtländer & W.E.R. Xylander (2006 b): Sukzession der Staphylininden- und Chilopoden-Coenosen einer Roteichen-Chronosequenz im Vergleich zu Offenlandflächen und Traubeneichenwäldern in der Bergbaufolgelandschaft. In: U. Bröring & G. Wiegleb (Hrsg.) Biodiversität und Sukzession in der Niederlausitzer Bergbaufolgelandschaft. Books on Demand GmbH, Norderstedt. S. 45-61.

113. Xylander, W.E.R. (2006 a): In die Ferne schweifen – Zur Konzeption und Realisierung von naturkundlichen Wanderausstellungen. Museumskunde 71 (1): 69-75.

 

2005
 

112. Riedel, H., Xylander, W.E.R., Heidger, Ch. & M. Wanner (2005 i): The distribution of and recolonisation by ground beetles (Carabidae) on burnt areas of different age in the active military training area “Oberlausitz”. Abh. Ber. Naturmuseum Görlitz 77: 87-92.

111. Xylander, W.E.R. (2005 h): The Gyrocotylidea. In: Rohde, K. (Hrsg.): Marine Parasites. CSIRO-Publishing, Sydney, pp. 89-92.

110. Xylander, W.E.R. (2005 g): Mindeststandards für Forschung an Museen. Museumskunde 70: 57-60.

109. Wanner, M. & W.E.R. Xylander (2005 f): Biodiversity development of terrestrial testate amoebae – is there any succession at all? Biology and Fertility of Soils 41: 428-438.

108. Xylander, W.E.R. & K.K. Günter (2005 e): Odonata – Libellen. In: Lehrbuch der Speziellen Zoologie (H.H. Dathe, Hrsg.), Bd: I, 5. Teil: Insecta, 2. Aufl., korrigierter Nachdr. Spektrum Verlag, Gustav Fischer, Heidelberg, Berlin. S. 121-142.

107. Xylander, W.E.R. (2005 d): Feuerlibelle – Crocothemis erythraea (BRULLÈ, 1832). In: Die Libellenfauna Sachsens (Brockhaus, T. & U. Fischer, Hrsg.). S. 247-249.

106. Xylander, W.E.R. & T. Brockhaus (2005 c): Pokal-Azurjungfer – Cercion lindenii (Selys, 1840). In: Die Libellenfauna Sachsens (Brockhaus, T. & U. Fischer, Hrsg.). S. 109-110.

105. Zumkowski-Xylander, H. & W.E.R. Xylander (2005 b): Mond-Azurjungfer – Coenagrion lunulatum (Charpentier, 1840). In: Die Libellenfauna Sachsens (Brockhaus, T. & U. Fischer, Hrsg.). S. 96-98.

104. Wanner, M., C. Wiesener, L. Otto & W.E.R. Xylander (2005 a): Short-term effects of a nun moth suppression programme (Lymantria monacha), (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) on epigeic non-target arthropods. J. Pest Science 78: 7-11.

 

2004
 

103. Xylander, W.E.R. & J. Bender (2004 e): Animal species and zoocoenoses of former open cast lignite mines in Eastern Germany – Aspects of mining, reclamation and conservation.  Peckiana 3: 155-165.

102. Wanner, M., K. Anders, R. Bischof, F. Brozio, B. Burkart, A. Prochnow, H. Riedel, D. Schneider, C. Wiesener, K. P. Zulka, H. Zumkowski-Xylander & W.E.R. Xylander 
(2004 d): Aktiver Truppenübungsplatz Oberlausitz. In: K. Anders, J. Mrzljak, D. Wallschläger & G. Wiegleb (Hrsg.): Handbuch Offenlandmanagement am Beispiel ehemaliger und in Nutzung befindlicher Truppenübungsplätze. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, New York. S. 261-278.

101. Wanner, M., K. Anders, I. Brunk, B. Burkart, P. van Dorsten, S. Fürstenau, Susanne Oehlschläger, A. Prochnow, C. Wiesener & W.E.R. Xylander (2004 c): Offenhaltung durch Feuer. In: K. Anders, J. Mrzljak, D. Wallschläger & G. Wiegleb (Hrsg.): Handbuch Offenlandmanagement am Beispiel ehemaliger und in Nutzung befindlicher Truppenübungsplätze. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, New York.  S. 153-168.

100. Wanner, M., B. Burkart, A. Hinrichsen, A. Prochnow, R. Schlauderer, C. Wiesener, I. Zierke & W.E.R. Xylander (2004 b): Offenhaltung durch mechanische Bodenfreilegung. In: K. Anders, J. Mrzljak, D. Wallschläger & G. Wiegleb (Hrsg.): Handbuch Offenlandmanagement am Beispiel ehemaliger und in Nutzung befindlicher Truppenübungsplätze. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, New York. S. 145-152.

99. Wiesener, C., M. Wanner & W.E.R. Xylander (2004 a): Chorthippus pullus (PHILLIPPI 1830) (Saltatoria) auf dem Truppenübungsplatz „Oberlausitz“. Entomol. Nachr. Ber. 48: 47-50.

 

2003
 

98. Xylander, W.E.R., G. Ullrich, L. Nevermann & D. Eichelberg (2003 f): Discrimination of haemocytes of Astacus leptodactylus (Decapoda: Crustacea) by differential spreading and cytochemical staining. Abh. Ber. Naturmuseum Görlitz 75 (1): 83-90.

97. Balkenhol, B., I. Brunk, K. Voigtländer, J. Vogel & W.E.R. Xylander (2003 e): Structure of the predator community in a red-oak chronosequence on reclaimed soil. Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 230.

96. Xylander, W.E.R. (2003 d): Neodermata. In: Westheide, W. & R.M. Rieger (Hrsg.): Spezielle Zoologie, Teil 1: Einzeller und Wirbellose Tiere. 2. bearb. Auflage. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, New York, S. 230-258.

95. Wanner, M. & W.E.R. Xylander (2003 c): Die Bodenmikrofauna der Truppenübungsplätze Dauban und Oberlausitz.  In: W. Konold & B. Burkart (Hrsg.): Offenland & Naturschutz Culterra 31: 171-182.

94. Wanner, M. & W.E.R. Xylander (2003 b): Transient fires useful for habitat management do not affect soil microfauna (testate amoebae) – A study on an active military training area in eastern Germany. Ecological Engineering 20: 113-119.

92. Xylander, W.E.R. & K.K. Günter (2003 a): Odonata – Libellen. In: Lehrbuch der Speziellen Zoologie (H.H. Dathe, Hrsg.), Bd: I, 5. Teil: Insecta, 2. Aufl. Spektrum Verlag, Gustav Fischer, Heidelberg, Berlin. S. 121-142.

 

2002
 

91. Xylander, W.E.R. & M. Richter (2002 l): Erstnachweis der Pokalazurjungfer Cercion lindenii (Sélys, 1840) (Odonata, Coenagrionidae) für den Freistaat Sachsen. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemus. Görlitz 74: 273-282.

90. Wanner, M., C. Wiesener & W.E.R. Xylander (2002 k): Der Truppenübungsplatz „Oberlausitz“ aus der Sicht des Natur- und Artenschutzes – Untersuchungen an beschalten Amöben und Arthropoden. In: „Open landscapes and succession“ (Wallschläger, D.,  J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb Hrsg.). Aktuelle Reihe BTU Cottbus 8: 33-43.

89. Balkenhol, B., U. Bröring, P. Denkinger, C. Düker, W. Durka, S. Gebhardt, M. Güth, K. Heyde, R.F. Hüttl, J. Mrzljak, B. Münzenberger, T. Peschel, K. Voigtländer, J. Wölleke, W.E.R. Xylander & G. Wiegleb (2002 j): SUBICON – Successional change and biodiversity conservation – results. In: Changing Landscapes – Changing Ecology (Peschel, T., J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb, eds.). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 350.

88. Balkenhol, B., U. Bröring, P. Denkinger, C. Düker, W. Durka, S. Gebhardt, M. Güth, K. Heyde, R.F. Hüttl, J. Mrzljak, B. Münzenberger, T. Peschel, K. Voigtländer, J. Wölleke, W.E.R. Xylander & G. Wiegleb (2002 i): SUBICON – Successional change and biodiversity conservation – methods. In: Changing Landscapes – Changing Ecology (Peschel, T., J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb, eds.). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 349.

87. Balkenhol, B., U. Bröring, P. Denkinger, C. Düker, W. Durka, S. Gebhardt, M. Güth, K. Heyde, R.F. Hüttl, J. Mrzljak, B. Münzenberger, T. Peschel, K. Voigtländer, J. Wölleke, W.E.R. Xylander & G. Wiegleb (2002 h): SUBICON – Successional change and biodiversity conservation – general approach. In: Changing Landscapes – Changing Ecology (Peschel, T., J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb, eds.). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 348.

86. Balkenhol, B., I. Brunk, J. Vogel, K. Voigtländer & W.E.R. Xylander (2002 g): Structure of the predator community in a Red Oak chronosequence on reclaimed soil. In: Changing Landscapes – Changing Ecology (Peschel, T., J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb, eds.). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 230.

85. Wanner, M., K. Anders, S. Fürstenau, H. Riedel, C. Wiesener & W.E.R. Xylander (2002 f): Offenhaltung durch Feuer. In: Changing Landscapes – Changing Ecology (Peschel, T., J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb, eds.). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 135.

84. Wanner, M., A. Prochnow, H. Riedel, A. Stanossek, C. Wiesener, W.E.R. Xylander & I. Zierke (2002 e): Offenhaltung durch mechanische Bodenfreilegung. In: Changing Landscapes – Changing Ecology (Peschel, T., J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb, eds.). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 134.

83. Wanner, M. & W.E.R. Xylander  (2002 d): Habitat-management in military training areas in eastern Germany – Investigations on testate amoebae and arthropods. In: Changing Landscapes – Changing Ecology (Peschel, T., J. Mrzljak & G. Wiegleb, eds.). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 32: 119

82. Wanner, M. & W.E.R. Xylander (2002 c): Habitat-management in military training areas in eastern Germany – Investigations on testate amoeba. Zoology 105: 22.

81. Geppert, C., J. Müller & W.E.R. Xylander (2002 b): Marking of insects for finding them again at night. Zoology 105: 17.

80. Wanner, M., C. Wiesener, H.-J. Schulz, R. Franke & W.E.R. Xylander (2002 a): Der Truppenübungsplatz „Oberlausitz“ als Lebensraum gefährdeter Arthropoden. Entomol. Nachr. Ber. 45: 181-183.

 

2001
 

79. Wanner, M. & W.E.R. Xylander (2001 f) : Habitat-management in military training areas in eastern Germany. Verh. Ges. Ökol. 31: 96.

78. Xylander, W.E.R. (2001 e): Willi Hennig und die Grundlagen und Prinzipien seiner Phylogenetischen Systematik. Sitzungsber. Abhandl. Naturw. Gesellsch. Isis Dresden, Sonderheft 2001, S. 67-78.

77. Xylander, W.E.R. & R. Stephan (2001 d): Libellenzönosen in Braunkohle-Tagebaufolgelandschaften als Reflexion von Rekultivierung und Sukzession. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemuseum Görlitz 73: 93-95.

76. Stephan, R. & W.E.R. Xylander (2001 c): Die Libellen der Umgebung von Görlitz, gestern und heute. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemuseum Görlitz 73: 85-89.

75. Bender, J., W.E.R. Xylander & R. Stephan (2001 b): Lösungsansätze im Zielkonflikt zwischen Rekultivierung und Naturschutz in der Bergbausanierung – Wiederherstellung eines Libellengewässers auf Halden des Braunkohletagebaus Berzdorf. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemuseum Görlitz 73: 3-8.

74. Xylander, W.E.R. (2001 a): Gyrocotylidea, Amphilinidea and the early evolution of Cestoda. In: Interrelationships of the Platyhelminthes, D.T.J. Littlewood & R.A. Bray (eds.). Taylor & Francis. S. 103-111.

 

2000
 

73. Xylander, W.E.R. (2000 f): Volontäre am Museum. Ein Hintergrund- und Erfahrungsbericht. Thüringer Museumshefte 3: 6-9.

72. Xylander, W.E.R., R. Stephan, H. Zumkowski-Xylander & R. Franke (2000 e): Libellenfunde (Insecta, Odonata) in den Königshainer Bergen. Przyroda Sudetów Zachodnich 3: 77-84.

71. Xylander, W.E.R. (2000 d): Grenzüberschreitende Museumsarbeit – Erfahrungen zum Wissenschafts- und Ausstellungstransfer zwischen Deutschland, Polen und Tschechien. Museumskunde 62:121-131.

70. Stephan, R., Xylander, W.E.R. & H. Zumkowski-Xylander (2000 c): Nachweise von Gomphus vulgatissimus (Linné, 1758) im ehemaligen Braunkohletagebau Berzdorf. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemus. Görlitz 72: 151-152.

69. Swiderski, Z. & W.E.R. Xylander (2000 b): Vitellocytes and vitellogenesis in cestodes in relation to embryonic development, egg production and life cycle. Int. J. Parasitol. 30: 805-817.

68. Zipfel, Chr. & W.E.R. Xylander (2000 a): Zoogeographical investigations on Cercion lindenii (Odonata, Coenagrionidae) based on morphometry and isoenzyme-PAGE. Zoology 103, Suppl. III (DZG 93.1): 14.

1999
 

67. Xylander, W.E.R. (1999 d): Grenzen überschreiten – Wege und Erfahrungen am Naturkundemuseum Görlitz. Informationen des Sächsischen Museumsbundes 18: 33-43.

66. Xylander, W.E.R. (1999 c): Libellen (Odonata, Insecta) der „Grube Fernie“, einer ehemaligen Mangangrube bei Linden (Hessen). Chionea – Zeitschr. Naturk. & Natursch. Vogelsb. 15: 5-18.

65. Vogel, J. & W.E.R. Xylander (1999 b): Willi Hennig. Ein Oberlausitzer Naturforscher mit Weltgeltung. Recherchen zu seiner Familiengeschichte sowie Kinder- und Jugendzeit. Ber. Naturforsch. Ges. Oberlausitz 7/8: 145-155.

64. Xylander, W.E.R. & R. Stephan (1999 a): Habitatwahl und ökologische Ansprüche ausgewählter Libellenarten im Braunkohletagebaugebiet Berzdorf. Ber. Naturforsch. Ges. Oberlausitz 7/8: 95-100.

 

1998
 

63. Xylander, W.E.R. & R. Stephan (1998 f): Libellen des Braunkohletagebaugebiets Berzdorf. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemus. Görlitz 70: 65-80.

62. Xylander, W.E.R. (1998 e): Larval biology of Gyrocotylidea and Amphilindea and the evolution of Cestoda. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne (Suppl.) 44 (3): 607.

61. Swiderski, Z. & W.E.R. Xylander (1998 d): Types of vitellocytes and vitellogenesis in the Cestoda in relation to different types of embryonic development, ovoviviparity and life cycles. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne (Suppl.) 44 (3): 604.

60. Xylander, W.E.R. (1998 c): Systematic position of Gyrocotylidea and Amphilinidea within the Neodermata. Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne (Suppl.) 44 (3): 493.

59. Xylander, W.E.R. & R. Stephan (1998 b): Age dependence of habitat selection and behaviour in Aeshna mixta (Odonata, Aeshnidae). Zoology 101, Suppl. I (DZG 91.1): 86.

58. Xylander, W.E.R., R. Stephan, R. Franke (1998 a): Erstnachweise und Wiedernachweise von Libellen (Odonata) für den Freistaat Sachsen und für die Oberlausitz. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemus. Görlitz 70: 33-42.

 

1997
 

57. Xylander, W.E.R. & O. Bogusch (1997 e): Granular hemocytes as the main location of prophenoloxidase in the millipede Rhapidostreptus virgator (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida, Spirostreptidae). Ent. scand. Suppl. 51: 183-189.

56. Xylander, W.E.R. (1997 d): Epidermis and sensory receptors of Temnocephala minor (Plathelminthes, Rhabdocoela, Temnocephalida): an electron microscopic study. Zoomorphology 117: 147-154.

55. Xylander, W.E.R., K. Rohde & N.A. Watson (1997 c): Ultrastructural investigations of the sensory receptors of Macrostomum cf. bulbostylum (Plathelminthes, Macrostomida). Zool. Anz. 136: 1-12.

54. Xylander, W.E.R., G. Ullrich & H.E. Kaiser (1997 b): Antibacterial immune response in Astacus leptodactylus (Decapoda, Crustacea). In Vivo 11: 195-200.

53. Xylander, W.E.R. & R. Stephan (1997 a): Zur Generationsfolge von Sympetrum fonscolombei und Ischnura pumilio (Odonata) in einem Braunkohletagebaugebiet der Oberlausitz (Ostsachsen). Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 90.1: 401.

 

1996
 

52. Xylander, W.E.R. (1996 g): Erstnachweis der Pokal-Azurjungfer, Cercion lindeni (Selys, 1840) (Insecta, Odonata, Coenagrionidae), im Raum Giessen. Oberhess. Naturw. Zeitschr. 58: 47-55.

51. Pfaff, S. & W.E.R. Xylander (1996 f): Nahrungspflanzenspezifität und Blumenstetigkeit bei imaginalen Hesperiiden (Insecta: Lepidoptera). Verh. Westd. Entom. Tag 1995, Löbbecke-Museum, Düsseldorf, 1996. S. 37-45.

50. Giese, C., F. Brümmer, V. Siegel, R.P. Sonntag & W. Xylander (1996 e): Meeresbiologie. Verlag Delius Klasing, Edition Naglschmid, Stuttgart. S. 1-79.

49. Nevermann, L. & W.E.R. Xylander (1996 d): In vitro cellular immune reactions of hemocytes against bacteria and their differential degradation in myriapods. In: Geoffroy, J.-J., Mauries & M. Nguyen Duy-Jacquemin (Hrsg.): Acta Myriapodologica. Mem. Mus. natn. Hist. Natur. 169: 421-430.

48. Xylander, W.E.R. (1996 c): The phenoloxidase from the hemolymph of Diplopoda. In: Geoffroy, J.-J., Mauries & M. Nguyen Duy-Jacquemin (Hrsg.): Acta Myriapodologica. Mem. Mus. natn. Hist. Natur. 169: 411-420.

47. Xylander, W.E.R. (1996 b): Neodermata. In: Westheide, W. & R.M. Rieger (Hrsg.): Spezielle Zoologie, Teil 1: Einzeller und Wirbellose. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, New York, S. 230-258.

46. Nevermann, L., H.E. Kaiser & W.E.R Xylander (1996 a): Microbial induced haemocytic immune reactions in chilopods. In Vivo 10: 161-168.

 

1995
 

45. Zumkowski, H. & W.E.R. Xylander (1995 g): Freizeitaktivitäten in Seen: Beeinträchtigungen der Heteropteren- und Coleopterenzönosen. Verh. Westd. Entom. Tag 1994, S. 201-207.

44. Nevermann, L., H.E. Kaiser & W.E.R Xylander (1995 f): Microbial induced haemocytic immune reactions in chilopods. In: Abstractband „5th International Conference Anticancer Research“ Corfu, 17.-22.10.1995. Anticancer Res. 15 (5A): 1750.

43. Xylander, W.E.R., G. Ullrich & H.E. Kaiser (1995 e): Antibacterial immune response in mandibulate arthropods other than insects. In: Abstractband „5th International Conference of Anticancer Research“ Corfu, 17.-22.10.1995. Anticancer Res. 15 (5A): 1750.

42. Arbogast, W., N. Leist, L. Nevermann & W. Xylander (1995 d): Gewässeruntersuchung. Verlag Delius Klasing, Edition Naglschmid, Stuttgart. S. 1-64.

41. Xylander, W. & F. Brümmer (1995 c): Süßwasserbiologie. Verlag Delius Klasing, Edition Naglschmid, Stuttgart. S. 1-64.

40. Pfaff, S. & W.E.R. Xylander (1995 b): Blumenstetigkeit bei Dickkopffaltern (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 88.1: 214.

39. Xylander, W.E.R. & Th. Bartolomaeus (1995 a): Protonephridien – neue Erkenntnisse über Bau und Funktion. BIUZ 25: 107-114.

 

1994
 

38. Pütsch, M., H. Zumkowski & W.E.R. Xylander (1994 b): Anzeiger für den Einfluß von Freizeitaktivitäten auf stehende Gewässer. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 87.1: 313.

37. Xylander, W.E.R. (1994 a): Immunabwehr bei Gliederfüßern – Wie sich Spinnentiere, Krebse, Insekten und Tausendfüßer gegen Krankheitserreger schützen. Spiegel der Forschung 11: 27-30.

1993
 

36. Ullrich, G., W.E.R. Xylander, L. Nevermann & D. Eichelberg (1993 e): Discrimination of hemocytes of Astacus leptodactylus by differential spreading and cytochemical staining methods. Abstracts. Intern. Senckenberg Symposium on Crustacea, Decapoda, Frankfurt, 1993, S. 70-71.

35. Xylander, W.E.R. (1993 d): Investigations on the phenoloxidase in the hemolymph of two millipedes and one centipede. In: Abstracts / Resumes. 9th International Congress of Myriapodology, Paris, 1993, S. 91.

34. Nevermann, L. & W.E.R. Xylander (1993 c): In vitro hemocytic immune reactions in diplopods and chilopods. In: Abstracts / Resumes. 9th International Congress of Myriapodology, Paris, 1993, S. 52.

33. Xylander, W.E.R. & L. Nevermann (1993 b): Phenoloxidase-active hemocytes in Lithobius forficatus, Scolopendra cingulata (Chilopoda) and Chicobolus spec. (Diplopoda). Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 86.1: 197.

32. Xylander, W.E.R. (1993 a): Ultrastructural investigations of spermatogenesis and morphology of spermatozoa, vas efferens and receptaculum seminis of Amphilina foliacea. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 86.1: 184.

 

1992
 

31. Nevermann, L. & W.E.R. Xylander (1992 f): Cellular immune responses in centipedes and millipedes (Arthropoda, Tracheata). 25th Ann. Meeting Soc. Invertebr. Pathol., Heidelberg, 16.-21.8.1992. Tagungsband, S. 124.

30. Xylander, W.E.R. (1992 e): Studies on the phenoloxidase of Rhapidostreptus virgator Silvestri 1907 (Diplopoda, Spirostreptidae). 25th Ann. Meeting Soc. Invertebr. Pathol., Heidelberg, 16.-21.8.1992. Tagungsband, S. 125.

29. Xylander, W.E.R. & O. Bogusch (1992 d): Investigations on the phenoloxidase of Rhapidostreptus virgator (Arthropoda, Diplopoda). Zool. Jb. Physiol. 96: 309-321.

28. Xylander, W.E.R. (1992 c): Immune defense reactions of Myria¬poda – A brief presentation of recent results. In: Thaler, K., E. Meyer & W. Schedl (eds.): Advances in Myriapodology (Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Myriapodology). Ber. d. naturw.-med. Verein Innsbruck, Suppl. 10: 101-110.

27. Xylander, W.E.R. (1992 b): Investigations on the protonephridial system of postlarval Gyrocotyle urna and Amphilina foliacea (Cestoda). Int. J. Parasitol. 22: 287-300.

26. Xylander, W.E.R. (1992 a): Sinneszellen von Gyrocotyle urna: Rezeptorenviel¬falt bei einem ursprünglichen Cestoden. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 85.1: 230.

 

1991
 

25. Xylander, W.E.R. (1991 c): Ultrastructure of the lycophora larva of Gyrocotyle urna (Cestoda, Gyrocotylidea). V. Larval hooks and associated tissues. Zoomorphology 111: 59-66.

24. Jahn, H.-U. & W.E.R. Xylander (1991 b): Lektine bei Rhapi¬dostreptus – Bestandteile des Immunsystems? In: W. Schoner & M. Kröger (Hrsg.): 3. Werkstattberichte aus der Experimentellen Biologie und Experimentellen Medizin. Universität Giessen, S. 53.

23. Nevermann, L., W.E.R. Xylander & G. Seifert (1991 a): The hemocytes of the centipede Lithobius forficatus (Chilopoda, Lithobiomorpha): Light and electron microscopic studies using in-vitro techniques. Zoomorphology 110: 317-327.

 

1990
 

22. Xylander, W.E.R. & G. Seifert (1990 f): Induzierbarkeit antibakterieller Substanzen in unterschiedlichen Stadien des Tabakschwärmers Manduca sexta (Lepidoptera). Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 83: 474.

21. Xylander, W.E.R. (1990 e): Ultrastructure of the lycophora larva of Gyrocotyle urna (Cestoda, Gyrocotylidea). IV. The glandular system. Zoomorphology 109: 319-328.

20. Xylander, W.E.R. (1990 d): Gewässergütebeurteilung mit Indika¬tororganismen (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Fließgewäs¬ser) – Eine Einführung. Lei¬boldt Didactic Veröffentli¬chungen, Hürth. S. 1-60.

19. Xylander, W.E.R. & L. Nevermann (1990 c): Antibacterial activity in the hemolymph of Myriapoda (Arthropoda). J. Inv. Pathol. 56 (2): 206-214.

18. Xylander, W.E.R. (1990 b): Immune defense reactions of myriapods – recent results and perspectives. In: 8th International Congress of Myriapodology, Abstracts (Universität Innsbruck, Hrsg.) Veröffentl. d. Univ. Innsbruck 177: 65.

17. Xylander, W.E.R. (1990 a): The legs of Scutigera coleoptrata (Myriapoda, Chilopoda, Notostigmophora): An electron microscopic study. In: 8th International Congress of Myriapodology, Abstracts (Universität Innsbruck, Hrsg.) Veröffentl. d. Univ. Innsbruck 177: 64.

1989
 

16. Seifert, G., W.E.R. Xylander & U. Schlueter (1989 d): The weight reduction of Manduca sexta (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) during metamorphosis. Medio Ambiente (Ambientes terrestres) 10: 145-148.

15. Xylander, W.E.R. (1989 c): Ultrastructural studies on the reproductive system of Gyrocotylidea and Amphilinidea (Cestoda). Spermatogenesis, spermatozoa and testes of Gyrocotyle. Int. J. Parasitol. 19: 897-905.

14. Xylander, W.E.R. (1989 b): Antibacterial substances from the hemolymph of various myriapods. Symposium on Invertebrate Immunology, Lecce (Italien), 1989. Abstracts, S. 33.

13. Xylander, W.E.R. (1989 a): Untersuchungen zur Biologie von Gyrocotyle urna (Cestoda) und Überlegungen zu ihrem Lebenszyklus. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 82: 251.

1988
 

12. Xylander, W.E.R. (1988 c): Ultrastructural studies on Udonellidae: evidence for a position within the Neodermata. In: Ax, P., Ehlers, U., Sopott-Ehlers, B. (Hrsg.): Free-living and Symbiotic Plathelminthes. Progr. Zool. 36: 51-57.

11. Xylander, W.E.R. (1988 b): Early evolution of tapeworms. Programme and abstracts of EMOP V, Budapest (Ungarn), 1988, S. 136.

10. Xylander, W.E.R. (1988 a): Ultrastructural studies on the reproductive system of Gyrocotylidea and Amphilinidea (Cestoda). I. Vitellarium, vitellocyte development and vitelloduct in Amphilina foliacea (Rudolphi, 1819). Parasitol. Res. 74: 363-370.

1987
 

9. Xylander, W.E.R. (1987 e): Ultrastructural studies on the reproductive system of Gyrocotylidea and Amphilinidea (Cestoda). II. Vitellarium, vitellocyte development and vitelloduct of Gyrocotyle urna. Zoomorphology 107: 293-297.

8. Xylander, W.E.R. (1987 d): Das Protonephridialsystem der Cestoda: Evolutive Veränderungen und ihre mögliche funktionelle Bedeutung. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 80: 257-258.

7. Xylander, W.E.R. (1987 c): Ultrastructure of the lycophora larva of Gyrocotyle urna (Cestoda, Gyrocotylidea). III. The protonephridial system. Zoomorphology 107: 88-95.

6. Xylander, W.E.R. (1987 b): Ultrastructure of the lycophora larva of Gyrocotyle urna (Cestoda, Gyrocotylidea). II. Receptors and nervous system. Zool. Anz. 219: 239-255.

5. Xylander, W.E.R. (1987 a): Ultrastructure of the lycophora larva of Gyrocotyle urna (Cestoda, Gyrocotylidea). I. Epidermis, neodermis anlage and body musculature. Zoomorphology 106: 352-360.

1986
 

 4. Xylander, W.E.R. (1986 b): Ultrastrukturelle Befunde zur Stellung von Gyrocotyle im System der parasitischen Plathelminthen. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 79: 193.

3. Waßmann, R. & W.E.R. Xylander (1986 a): Ein neuer praxisbezogener Gewässergüte¬schlüssel für die Bildungsarbeit – Arbeitsweise und Anwendungsbereich. Das Künanzhaus – Zeitschr. f. Naturkd. & Natursch. Vogelsb. 11: 1-12.

1984
 

2. Xylander, W.E.R. & K. Reise (1984 b): Free-living Plathelminthes (Turbellaria) of a rippled sand bar and a sheltered beach: a quantitative comparison at the island of Sylt (North Sea). Microfauna Marina 1: 257-277.

1. Xylander, W.E.R. (1984 a): A presumptive ciliary photoreceptor in larval Gyrocotyle urna Grube and Wagener (Cestoda). Zoomorphology 104 : 21-25.

Diplomarbeit, Dissertation, Habilitationsschrift

Xylander, W. (1982): Ökologischer Vergleich der Turbellaria aus einer strömungs-exponierten Sandbank und einem Strandhaken der Nordseeinsel Sylt. Diplomarbeit, Universität Göttingen, S. 1-81.

Xylander, W. (1986): Zur Ultrastruktur und Biologie der Gyrocotylida und Amphilinida und ihre Stellung im System der Plathelminthen. Dissertation, Universität Göttingen, S. 1-307.

Xylander, W. (1992): Immunabwehr-Reaktionen bei Diplopoden und Chilopoden. Habilitationsschrift, Universität Giessen, S. 1-170.

Kooptierte Mitglieder

Lukas Dreyling
Young Scientists

RESEARCH INTERESTS

I am primarily interested in the structure and interactions of communities in different environmental contexts. Especially how different species within a community influence each other and how those relationships are mediated by their environment. In the past I have studied root competition between shrubs from mediterranean type ecosystems in South Africa, identifying how this interaction is shaped by density dependence. Currently I am expanding my skillset and work with microbial communities from various forest substrates, which are assessed by high-throughput metabarcoding. I study community interactions and model how abiotic factors, such as forest management, are changing these micro-communities. Being able to combine fieldwork with laboratory work, statistics and ecological modeling is one of the things making this research field so fascinating and I enjoy being part of the genetically informed future of community ecology.

Team Sören Dürr
Dr. Sören Dürr
Leitung Stab Kommunikation, Frankfurt/M.
LOEWE-TBG
Dr. Kerstin Höntsch
Leiterin Stab Wissenschaftskoordination
Young Scientists
Mitarbeiterfoto
Prof. Dr. Axel Janke
LOEWE-TBG

CV

I am interested in the evolution of vertebrates in general, including marsupials, birds, almost every placental mammalian order, lizards, snakes, crocodiles and fishes. Besides reconstructing and dating their evolutionary tree, placing the events into larger contexts of e.g. biogeography, plate tectonics and climate is exciting. The increasing amount of genomic data show that evolution may not be a bifurcating process, but seeing it as a network will enhance our understanding of evolution. Currently – as of January 2017 – I am interested and working on the following topics for which PhD, master or project students are welcome:
Giraffe Research  
Mammalian phylogenomics (see D2.3)
Arctic adaptation (see D2.4)
Genomics and speciation (see D2.3)
Genomics and climate (environmental) change (see D2.4)
The basic divergences of crocodiles
The evolution of marsupials
Click here for more information about the topics.

External links

Publications, Citations, h- and i10-index
Who is Who in Phylogenetic Networks

LOEWE Centre for Translational Biodiversity Genomics

Selected recent publications

Arnason,  U., Lammers, F., Kumar, V., Nilsson, M.A. Janke A (2018) Whole-genome sequencing of the blue whale and other rorquals finds signatures for introgressive gene flow. Science Advances

Kumar, V., Lammers, F., Bidon, T., Pfenninger, M., Kolter, L., Nilsson, M.A. and Janke, A. (2017) The 
evolutionary history of bears is characterized by gene flow across species. Scientific Reports 

Fennessy, J., Bidon, T., Reuss, F., Kumar, V., Elkan, P., Nilsson, M.A., Vamberger, M., Fritz, U. and Janke, A. (2016) Multi-locus analyses reveal four giraffe species instead of one. Current Biology

Bidon, T., Schreck, N., Hailer, F., Nilsson, M.A., Janke A (2015) Genome-wide search identifies 1.9 megabases from the polar bear Y chromosome for evolutionary analyses. Genome Biol Evol

Gallus, S., Hallström, B.M., Kumar, V., Janke, A., Ning, Z., Murchison, E.M., Yang, F., Fu, B., Bertelsen, M.F., Schumann, G.G., Nilsson, M.A. (2015) Evolutionary histories of transposable elements in the genome of the largest living marsupial carnivore, the Tasmanian devil. Mol Biol Evol (early access)

Kutschera, V. E., Bidon, T., Hailer, F., Rodi, J. L., Fain, S. R., Janke, A. (2014) Bears in a forest of gene trees: Phylogenetic inference is complicated by incomplete lineage sorting and gene flow. Molecular Biology and Evolution, MBE2014/06/05/molbev.msu186

Bapteste, E., van Iersel, L., Janke, A., Kelchner, S., Kelk, S., McInerney, J. O., Morrison, D. A., Nakhleh, L., Steel, M., Stougie, L., Whitfield, J. (2013) Networks: expanding evolutionary thinking. Trends in Genetics 29:439-441. doi: 10.1016/j.tig.2013.05.007.

Arnason,  U., Lammers, F., Kumar, V., Nilsson, M.A. Janke A (2018): Whole-genome sequencing of the blue whale and other rorquals finds signatures for introgressive gene flow. Science Advances.

Direktorium / Ständige Gäste

Tockner Jun 2021
Prof. Dr. Klement Tockner

Klement Tockner is Director General of the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research and professor for Ecosystem Sciences at Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main (since 2021). He was President of the Austrian Science Fund – FWF (2016-2020), full professor for Aquatic Ecology at the Free University Berlin (2007-2020) and director of the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB), Berlin (2007-2016). He received a PhD from the University of Vienna (1993) and a Titulary Professor­ship at ETH Zürich (2005). He is an internationally leading freshwater scientist, in particular in the research domains biodiversity, ecosystem science and environmental management. He is Co-Editor of the journal Aquatic Sciences and Subject Editor of the journal Ecosystems. He has published about 250 scientific papers including 179 ISI papers. In 2009, he edited a comprehensive book on European Rivers (Rivers of Europe, Elsevier; 2nd Edition in 2021). Klement Tockner has successfully managed large inter- and transdisciplinary projects such as the EC-funded project BioFresh. He is member of several scientific committees and advisory boards including the National Institute of Environmental Studies, Japan (NIES) and the Biology Research Centre (CZ). He is elected member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the German Academy of Sciences, Leopoldina.

Since 2021                Director General of the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research (SGN)

Since 2021                Professor for Ecosystem Sciences at Goethe-University Frankfurt

2017-2021                Head of the Austrian Agency for Research Integrity – ÖAWI, Vienna, Austria

2016-2020                President of the Austrian Science Fund – FWF, Vienna, Austria

2007-2020                Professor for Aquatic Ecology at the Free University Berlin, Germany

2007-2016                Director of the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB), Berlin, Germany

2005                         Titulary Professorship at ETH Zürich, Switzerland

2004/2005               Guest Scientist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY, USA

2002                         JSPS research fellow at the Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

1999-2007                Group leader at EAWAG/ETH, Dübendorf, Switzerland

1996-1999                Assistant professor (‘Oberassistent’) at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

1994-1996                Postdoctoral fellow at University of Vienna, Austria

1993-1994                Freshwater consultant in Rwanda and Uganda, Africa

1993                         Ph.D in Zoology & Botany at University of Vienna, Austria

 

Prices & Adwards (Selection)

Elected member of the German Academy of Sciences, Leopoldina (elected in 2015), Elected member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (kMA, elected in 2012), Wikimedia Prize for “Freies Wissen” (FWF, 2019), Fenner Lecture (UNC-Chapel Hill, USA, 2013), Margalef Lecture (Guimares, Portugal, 2012), Fellow of JSPS, Sendai, Japan (2002), Liepolt-Prize for Danube Research (1999).

 

Professional Activities (Selection)

Leibniz Association

Speaker of the Leibniz Biodiversity Network (LVB), a network of 22 institutes (2009-2014)

Speaker of the Section “Environmental Sciences” (Sektion E: Umweltwissenschaften; 2011-2013)

Forschungsverbund Berlin   

Speaker of a network of eight research institutes of the Leibniz Association (2011-2013), Co-Speaker (2015-2016)

Boards

BC – Biology Centre of CAS, České Budějovice, Czech Republic (since 2019)

ZALF – Leibniz Center for Agricultural Landscape Research, Müncheberg, Germany (since 2016)

NIES – National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan (since 2015)

BfG – Federal Institute of Hydrology, Bonn, Germany (2011-2016; co-chair)

ICRA – Catalan Water Research Institute, Girona, Spain (2009-2016)

Research foundation (DFG)

Member of the DFG Commission for Biodiversity (2014-2016)

Member of Research Panel Water Research (Fachkollegium 318; 2012-2016)

Permanent Guest of the DFG Commission for Water Research (KOWA; 2009-2016)

Committees                          

BIOFRESH: Coordinator of FP7-EU Project (2009-2014)

DIVERSITAS: Member of DIVERSITAS freshwaterBIODIVERSITY (2009-2013)

Member of the Jury of the European Rivers Prize (2013)

Member of the Jury of the Katerva Prize (since 2012)

ISRS: International Society for River Science: Member of the Board of Directors (2009-2013)

BeGenDiv (Berlin Center for Genomics in Biodiversity Research):
Co-Speaker (2011-2016)

UNEP Project on Water Quality Guidelines for Ecosystems: Member of the Scientific Drafting Group.

Main Reviewer of the Global Environmental Outlook Report 5 of UNEP
(Chapter Biodiversity)

Evaluation committee member of various research institutions in Germany, Czech Republic and Austria

Panel chair of the evaluation committee of the University of Uppsala (2017)

Science Europe: member of the executive committee (2016-2020) and the governance boards (2017)

Editorial activities

Editor-in-Chief (2005-2014), Co-Editor (2015-2019) and Editorial Board Member (since 2020) of the journal Aquatic Sciences: Research across Boundaries

Subject Editor (since 2005) of the journal Ecosystems

Co-Editor of four special issues (Aquatic Sciences, Freshwater Biology, Rivers Research and Application, Fundamental & Applied Limnology)

Klement Tockner Publications

 

Summary Information (Status: March 2021)

Total: ~ 250, hereof 180 ISI-publications (1997-2020: in average >10 publications per year; >7 ISI publications per year)

h-Index (Google Scholar): 81; Total # of citations: 27,687 (maximum 1,869 citations per publication); highly cited papers with more than 200 citations each: 36

Books  

Drenckhahn, D., Arneth, A., Filser, J., Haberl, H., Hansjürgens, B., Herrmann, B., … Tockner, K. (2020). Globale Biodiversität in der Krise: Was können Deutschland und die EU dagegen tun? Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina eVNationale Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Mehner, T., Likens, G. E., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2009). Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. Academic Press.

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., Robsinson, C. T. (Eds.). (2009). Rivers of Europe. Academic Press. (2nd Edition: 2021).

Woolsey, S., Weber, C., Gonser, T., Hoehn, E., Hostmann, M., Junker, B., Roulier, C., Schweizer, S., Tiegs, S., Tockner, K., Peter, A. (2005). Handbook for evaluating rehabilitation projects in rivers and streams: A publication by the Rhone-Thur project. Eawag, WSL, LCH-EPFL, VAW-ETHZ.

Special issues

Lewandowski, J., Nützmann, G., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2014). Frontiers in real-time ecohydrology. Fundamental and Applied Limnology, 184, 3.

Milner, A. M., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2010). Freshwater Benthic Science – what has it contributed to ecological theory? River Research and Applications, 26.

Gurnell, A., Tubino, M., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2009). Linkages and feedbacks in highly dynamic alpine fluvial systems. Aquatic Sciences, 71.

Tockner, K., Kollmann, J., Edwards, P. E., & Ward, J. V. (Eds.). (2002). Riverine Landscapes. Freshwater Biology, 47.

 

Peer-reviewed journal articles (ISI listed)

2021

Messager, M.L., Lehner, B., Cockburn, C., Lamouroux, N., Pella, H., Snelder, T., Tockner, K. (2021). Global prevalence of non-perennial rivers and streams. Nature, 594, 391–397. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03565-5

Moleón, M., Sánchez-Zapata, J. A., Donázar, J. A., Revilla, E., Martín-López, B., Gutiérrez-Cánovas, C., … & Tockner, K. (2020). Rethinking megafauna. Proceedings of the Royal Society B,287(1922), 20192643.

Tickner, D., Opperman, J. J., Abell, R., Acreman, M., Arthington, A. H., … Tockner, K., … Young, L. (2020). Bending the Curve of Global Freshwater Biodiversity Loss: An Emergency Recovery Plan. BioScience, 70(4), 330-342. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa002

Cantonati, M., Fensham, R. J., Stevens, L. E., Gerecke, R., Glazier, D. S., Goldscheider, N., … Tockner, K. (2021). Urgent plea for global protection of springs. Conservation Biology, 35(1), 378-382. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13576

Jähnig, S. C., Baranov, V., Altermatt, F., Cranston, P., Friedrichs‐Manthey, M., … Tockner, K., … Domisch, S. (2021). Revisiting global trends in freshwater insect biodiversity. WIREs Water, 8(2), e1506. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1506

Peters, R., Berlekamp, J., Lucía, A., Stefani, V., Tockner, K., & Zarfl, C. (2021). Integrated Impact Assessment for Sustainable Hydropower Planning in the Vjosa Catchment (Greece, Albania). Sustainability, 13(3), 1514. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13031514

2020

He, F., Langhans, S. D., Zarfl, C., Wanke, R., Tockner, K., & Jähnig, S. C. (2020). Combined effects of life‐history traits and human impact on extinction risk of freshwater megafauna. Conservation Biology, 35(2), 643-653.https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13590

Heger, T., Bernard-Verdier, M., Gessler, A., Greenwood, A. D., Grossart, H.-P., … Tockner, K., … Jeschke, J. M. (2020). Clear Language for Ecosystem Management in the Anthropocene: A Reply to Bridgewater and Hemming. BioScience, 70(5), 374-376. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa024

Moleón, M., Sánchez-Zapata, J. A., Donázar, J. A., Revilla, E., Martín-López, B., Gutiérrez-Cánovas, C., … Tockner, K. (2020). Rethinking megafauna. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 287(1922), 20192643. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2019.2643

Sánchez-Montoya, M. M., Tockner, K., von Schiller, D., Miñano, J., Catarineu, C., Lencina, J. L., … Ruhi, A. (2020). Dynamics of ground-dwelling arthropod metacommunities in intermittent streams: The key role of dry riverbeds. Biological Conservation, 241, 108328. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108328

Serlet, A. J., López Moreira M, G. A., Zolezzi, G., Wharton, G., Hölker, F., … Tockner, K., … Zarfl, C. (2020). SMART Research: Toward Interdisciplinary River Science in Europe. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 8, 63. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2020.00063  

Thieme, M. L., Khrystenko, D., Qin, S., Golden Kroner, R. E., Lehner, B., … Tockner, K., … Mascia, M. B. (2020). Dams and protected areas: Quantifying the spatial and temporal extent of global dam construction within protected areas. Conservation Letters, 13(4), e12719. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12719

Tickner, D., Opperman, J. J., Abell, R., Acreman, M., Arthington, A. H., … Tockner, K., … Young, L. (2020). Bending the Curve of Global Freshwater Biodiversity Loss: An Emergency Recovery Plan. BioScience, 70(4), 330-342. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa002  

2019

Grill, G., Lehner, B., Thieme, M., Geenen, B., Tickner, D., … Tockner, K., … Zarfl, C. (2019). Mapping the world’s free flowing rivers. Nature, 569(7755), 215-221. https://doi.org/10.1038/s4158601911119

He, F., Zarfl, C., Bremerich, V., David, J. N. W., Hogan, Z., … Tockner, K., Jähnig, S. C. (2019). The global decline of freshwater megafauna. Global Change Biology, 25(11), 3883-3892. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14753

Heger, T., Bernard-Verdier, M., Gessler, A., Greenwood, A. D., Grossart, H.-P., … Tockner, K., … Jeschke, J. M. (2019). Towards an Integrative, Eco-Evolutionary Understanding of Ecological Novelty: Studying and Communicating Interlinked Effects of Global Change. BioScience, 69(11), 888-899. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biz095

Hickisch, R., Hodgetts, T., Johnson, P. J., Sillero‐Zubiri, C., Tockner, K., & Macdonald, D. (2019). Effects of publication bias on conservation planning. Conservation Biology, 33(5), 1151-1163. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13326

Jeschke, J. M., Börner, K., Stodden, V., & Tockner, K. (2019). Open Access journals need to become first choice, in invasion ecology and beyond. NeoBiota, 52, 1-8. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.52.39542

Jeschke, J. M., Lokatis, S., Bartram, I. & Tockner, K. (2019). Knowledge in the dark: scientific challenges and ways forward. FACETS, 4(1), 423-441. https://doi.org/10.1139/facets20190007

Kyba, C. M. C., Giuliani, G., Franziskakis, F., Tockner, K., & Lacroix, P. (2019). Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sites in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Are Not Associated with Nighttime Light Emissions. J Multidisciplinary Science Journal, 2(2), 152-161. https://doi.org/10.3390/j2020013

Larsen, S., Karaus, U., Claret, C., Sporka, F., Hamerlík, L., & Tockner, K. (2019). Flooding and hydrologic connectivity modulate community assembly in a dynamic riverfloodplain ecosystem. PLoS ONE, 14(4), e0213227. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0213227

Pinter, N., Brasington, J., Gurnell, A., Kondolf, G. M., Tockner, K., Wharton, G., & Yarnell, S. M. (2019). River research and applications across borders. River  Research and Applications, 35(6), 768-775. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3430

Reid, A. J., Carlson, A. K., Creed, I. F., Eliason, E. J., Gell, P. A., … Tockner, K., … Cooke, S. J. (2019). Emerging threats and persistent conservation challenges for freshwater biodiversity. Biological Reviews, 94(3), 849-873. https://doi.org/10.1111/brv.12480

Schmidt-Kloiber, A., Bremerich, V., De Wever, A., Jähnig, S. C., Martens, K., … Tockner, K., Hering, D. (2019). The Freshwater Information Platform: a global online network providing data, tools and resources for science and policy support. Hydrobiologia, 838(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750019039855

Schmidt-Kloiber, A., De Wever, A., Bremerich, V., Strackbein, J., Hering, D., Jähnig, S., … Tockner, K. (2019). The Freshwater Information Platform: An online network supporting freshwater biodiversity research and data publishing. Biodiversity Information Science and Standards, 3, e37378. https://doi.org/10.3897/biss.3.37378

Shumilova, O., Tockner, K., Gurnell, A. M., Langhans, S. D., Righetti, M., Lucía, A., & Zarfl, C. (2019). Floating matter: a neglected component of the ecological integrity of rivers. Aquatic Sciences, 81(2), 25. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701906192

Shumilova, O., Zak, D., Datry, T., von Schiller, D., Corti, R., … Tockner, K., … Zarfl, C. (2019). Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: A global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter. Global  Change Biology, 25(5), 1591-1611. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14537

Tydecks, L., Ibelings, B. W., & Tockner, K. (2019). A global survey of freshwater biological field stations. River Research and Applications, 35(8), 1314-1324. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3476

von Schiller, D., Datry, T., Corti, R., Foulquier, A., Tockner, K., Marcé, R., … Zoppini, A. (2019). Sediment Respiration Pulses in Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 33(10), 1251-1263. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GB006276

Zarfl, C., Berlekamp, J., He, F., Jähnig, S. C., Darwall, W., & Tockner, K. (2019). Future large hydropower dams impact global freshwater megafauna. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 18531. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598019549808

2018

Darwall, W., Bremerich, V., De Wever, A., Dell, A. I., Freyhof, J., … Tockner, K., … Weyl, O. (2018). The Alliance for Freshwater Life: A global call to unite efforts for freshwater biodiversity science and conservation. Aquatic Conservation, 28(4), 1015-1022. https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.2958

Datry, T., Boulton, A. J., Bonada, N., Fritz, K., Leigh, C., … Tockner, K., … Dahm, C. N. (2018). Flow intermittence and ecosystem services in rivers of the Anthropocene. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55(1), 353-364. https://doi.org/10.1111/13652664.12941

Datry, T., Foulquier, A., Corti, R., von Schiller, D., Tockner, K., Mendoza-Lera, C., … Zoppini, A. (2018). A global analysis of terrestrial plant litter dynamics in non-perennial waterways. Nature Geoscience, 11(7), 497-503. https://doi.org/10.1038/s4156101801344

de la Fuente, M., Bonada, N., Bêche, L., Dahm, C. N., Mendez, P. K., Tockner, K., … Acuña, V. (2018). Evolutionary responses of aquatic macroinvertebrates to two contrasting flow regimes. Hydrobiologia, 808(1), 353-370. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1075001734373

He, F., Bremerich, V., Zarfl, C., Geldmann, J., Langhans, S. D., … Tockner, K., Jähnig, S. C. (2018). Freshwater megafauna diversity: Patterns, status and threats. Diversity and Distributions, 24(10), 1395-1404. https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12780

Lumsdon, A. E., Artamonov, I., Bruno, M. C., Righetti, M., Tockner, K., Tonolla, D., & Zarfl, C. (2018). Soundpeaking – Hydropeaking induced changes in river soundscapes. River Research and Applications, 34(1), 3-12. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3229

Marshall, J. C., Acuña, V., Allen, D. C., Bonada, N., Boulton, A. J., … Tockner, K., Vander Vorste, R. (2018). Protecting U.S. temporary waterways. Science, 361(6405), 856-857. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aav0839

Sánchez-Montoya, M. M., von Schiller, D., Barberá, G. G., Díaz, A. M., Arce, M. I., del Campo, R., & Tockner, K. (2018). Understanding the effects of predictability, duration, and spatial pattern of drying on benthic invertebrate assemblages in two contrasting intermittent streams. PLoS ONE, 13(3), e0193933. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193933

Shumilova, O., Tockner, K., Thieme, M., Koska, A., & Zarfl, C. (2018). Global Water Transfer Megaprojects: A Potential Solution for the Water-Food-Energy Nexus? Frontiers in Environmental Science, 6, 150. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2018.00150

Turnbull, L., Hütt M.-C., Ioannides, A. A., Kininmonth, S., Poeppl, R., Tockner, K., … Parsons, A. J. (2018). Connectivity and complex systems: learning from a multidisciplinary perspective. Applied Network Science, 3(1), 11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s4110901800672

Tydecks, L., Jeschke, J. M., Wolf, M., Singer, G., & Tockner, K. (2018). Spatial and topical imbalances in biodiversity research. PLoS ONE, 13(7), e0199327. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0199327

2017

Carrizo, S. F., Jähnig, S. C., Bremerich, V., Freyhof, J., Harrison, I., … Tockner, K., … Darwall, W. (2017). Freshwater Megafauna: Flagships for Freshwater Biodiversity under Threat. BioScience, 67(10), 919-927. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/bix099

He, F., Zarfl, C., Bremerich, V., Henshaw, A., Darwall, W., Tockner, K., & Jähnig, S.C. (2017). Disappearing giants: a review of threats to freshwater megafauna. WIREs Water, 4(3), e1208. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1208

Leigh, C., Laporte, B., Bonada, N., Fritz, K., Pella, H., … Tockner, K., Datry, T. (2017). IRBAS: An online database to collate, analyze, and synthesize data on the biodiversity and ecology of intermittent rivers worldwide. Ecology and Evolution, 7(3), 815-823. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2679

Skoulikidis, N. T., Sabater, S., Datry, T., Morais, M. M., Buffagni, A., Dörflinger, G., … Tockner, K. (2017). Non-perennial Mediterranean rivers in Europe: Status, pressures, and challenges for research and management. Science of the Total  Environment, 577, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.10.147

Sommerwerk, N., Wolter, C., Freyhof, J., & Tockner, K. (2017). Components and drivers of change in European freshwater fish faunas. Journal of Biogeography, 44(8), 1781-1790. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13019

Tockner, K., & Jeschke, J. M. (2017). Wissenschaft in Umbruchzeiten. Laborjournal, 78, 16-17. 

Tockner, K., & Jeschke, J. M. (2017). Freie und unabhängige Wissenschaft: Fundament aufgeklärter Gesellschaften. In H. Hösele & L. Wieser (Eds.), Europa. USA. 3.0: Werte, Interessen, Perspektiven (pp. 199-213).Wieser.

2016

Arora, R., Tockner, K., & Venohr, M. (2016). Changing river temperatures in northern Germany: trends and drivers of change. Hydrological Processes, 30(17), 3084-3096 https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.10849

Bismuth, C., Hansjürgens, B., Moss, T., Hoechstetter, S., Tockner, K., Yorke, V., … Yaramanci, U. (2016). Lessons Learnt, Open Research Questions and Recommendations. In R. F. Hüttl, O. Bens, C. Bismuth, & S. Hoechstetter (Eds.), Society – Water – Technology: Water Resources Development and Management (pp. 279-292). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/9783319189710_17

Gurnell, A. M., Bertoldi, W., Tockner, K., Wharton, G., & Zolezzi, G. (2016). How large is a river? Conceptualizing river landscape signatures and envelopes in four dimensions. WIREs Water, 3(3), 313-325. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1143

Hansjürgens, B., Droste, N., & Tockner, K. (2016). Neglected Values of Major Water Engineering Projects: Ecosystem Services, Social Impacts, and Economic Valuation. In R. F. Hüttl, O. Bens, C. Bismuth, & S. Hoechstetter (Eds.), Society – Water – Technology: Water Resources Development and Management (pp. 65-78). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/9783319189710_5

Jackson, M. C., Weyl, O. L. F., Altermatt, F., Durance, I., Friberg, N, … Tockner, K., … Woodward, G. (2016). Chapter Twelve – Recommendations for the Next Generation of Global Freshwater Biological Monitoring Tools. Advances in  Ecological Research, 55, 615-636. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.08.008

Jeschke, J. M., Kaushal, S. S., & Tockner, K. (2016, April 8). Diversifying Skills and Promoting Teamwork in Science. Eos. https://doi.org/10.1029/2016EO049417

Le, Q. N., Fujii, M., Yoshimura, C., & Tockner, K. (2016). Dissolved nitrogen release from coarse and amphipod-produced fine particulate organic matter in freshwater column. Limnology, 17(1), 33-46. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1020101504583

Sánchez‐Montoya, M. M., Moleón, M., Sánchez‐Zapata, J. A., & Tockner, K. (2016). Dry riverbeds: corridors for terrestrial vertebrates. Ecosphere, 7(10), e01508. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.1508

Sánchez‐Montoya, M. M., von Schiller, D., Ruhí, A., Pechar, G. S., Proia, L., Miñano, J., … Tockner, K. (2016). Responses of ground-dwelling arthropods to surface flow drying in channels and adjacent habitats along Mediterranean streams. Ecohydrology, 9(7), 1376-1387. https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1733

Tockner, K., Bernhardt, E. S., Koska, A., & Zarfl, C. (2016). A Global View on Future Major Water Engineering Projects. In R. F. Hüttl, O. Bens, C. Bismuth, & S. Hoechstetter (Eds.), Society – Water – Technology: Water Resources Development and Management (pp. 47-64). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/9783319189710_4

Tydecks, L., Bremerich, V., Jentschke, I., Likens, G. E., & Tockner, K. (2016). Biological Field Stations: A Global Infrastructure for Research, Education, and Public Engagement. BioScience, 66(2), 164-171. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biv174

Tydecks, L., Bremerich, V., Jentschke, I., Likens, G.E., & Tockner, K. (2016). Global Database on Biological Field Stations a pivotal infrastructure for environmental research, education and public information. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 25(3), 88-88. https://doi.org/10.1002/lob.10133

 

2015

Diener, S., Zurbrügg, C., & Tockner, K. (2015). Bioaccumulation of heavy metals in the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens and effects on its life cycle. Journal of Insects as Food and Feed, 1(4), 261-270. https://doi.org/10.3920/JIFF2015.0030

Krause, S., Lewandowski, J., Dahm, C. N., & Tockner, K. (2015). Frontiers in real-time ecohydrology – a paradigm shift in understanding complex environmental systems. Ecohydrology, 8(4), 529-537. https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1646

Rillig, M. C., Kiessling, W., Borsch, T., Gessler, A., Greenwood, A. D., … Tockner, K., … Jeltsch, F. (2015). Biodiversity research: data without theory – theory without data. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 3, 20. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2015.00020

Rosado, J., Morais, M., & Tockner, K. (2015). Mass Dispersal of Terrestrial Organisms During First Flush Events in a Temporary Stream. River Research and  Applications, 31(7), 912-917. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.2791

von Schiller, D., Graeber, D., Ribot, M., Timoner, X., Acuña, V., Martí, E., … Tockner, K. (2015). Hydrological transitions drive dissolved organic matter quantity and composition in a temporary Mediterranean stream. Biogeochemistry, 123(3), 429-446. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1053301500774

Zarfl, C., Lumsdon, A. E., Berlekamp, J., Tydecks, L., & Tockner, K. (2015). A global boom in hydropower dam construction. Aquatic Sciences, 77(1), 161-170. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701403770

2014

Acuña, V., Datry, T., Marshall, J., Barceló, D., Dahm, C. N., … Tockner, K., Palmer, M. A. (2014). Why Should We Care About Temporary Waterways? Science, 343(6175), 1080-1081. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1246666  

Datry, T., Larned, S. T., & Tockner, K. (2014). Intermittent Rivers: A Challenge for Freshwater Ecology. BioScience, 64(3), 229-235. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/bit027

Langhans, S. D., & Tockner, K. (2014). Is the unsaturated sediment a neglected habitat for riparian arthropods? Evidence from a large gravel-bed river. Global Ecology and Conservation, 2, 129-137. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2014.08.009

Langhans, S. D., & Tockner, K. (2014). Edge Effects Are Important in Supporting Beetle Biodiversity in a Gravel-Bed River Floodplain. PLOS ONE, 9(12), e114415. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0114415

Muehlbauer, J. D., Collins, S. F., Doyle, M. W., & Tockner, K. (2014). How wide is a stream? Spatial extent of the potential “stream signature” in terrestrial food webs using meta‐analysis. Ecology, 95(1), 44-55. https://doi.org/10.1890/121628.1

Perkin, E. K., Hölker, F., & Tockner, K. (2014). The effects of artificial lighting on adult aquatic and terrestrial insects. Freshwater Biology, 59(2), 368-377. https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.12270

Perkin, E. K., Hölker, F., Tockner, K., & Richardson, J. S. (2014). Artificial light as a disturbance to light-naïve streams. Freshwater Biology, 59(11), 2235-2244. https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.12426

Prat, N., Gallart, F., Von Schiller, D., Polesello, S., García-Roger, E. M., … Tockner, K., Froebrich, J. (2014). The Mirage Toolbox: An integrated assessment tool for temporary streams. River Research and Applications, 30(10), 1318-1334. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.2757

Settele, J., Scholes, R., Betts, R. A., Bunn, S., Leadley, P., … Tockner, K., … Winter, M. (2014). Terrestrial and Inland Water Systems. In C. B. Field, V. R. Barros, D. J. Dokken, K. J. Mach, M. D. Mastrandrea, T. E. Bilir, … L. L. White (Eds.), Climate  Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Part A: Global and  Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment  Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (pp. 271-359). Cambridge University Press.

Shrestha, J., Niklaus, P. A., Pasquale, N., Huber, B., Barnard, R. L., …Tockner, K., Luster, J. (2014). Flood pulses control soil nitrogen cycling in a dynamic river floodplain. Geoderma, 228-229, 14-24. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2013.09.018

Tockner, K. (2014). Novel freshwater ecosystems in a changing climate: a challenge for research and conservation. In H. Korn, J. Stadler, A. Bonn, K. Bockmühl, & N. Macgregor (Eds.), Proceedings of the European Conference “Climate Change and Nature Conservation in Europe – an ecological, policy and economic perspective” (BfN-Skripten 367, pp. 46-47). Bundesamt für Naturschutz. Tockner, K. (2014). Der Wert der Vielfalt. Leibniz-Journal, 3, 14-15.

2013

Doering, M., Uehlinger, U., & Tockner, K. (2013). Vertical hydrological exchange, and ecosystem properties and processes at two spatial scales along a floodplain river (Tagliamento, Italy). Freshwater Science, 32(1), 12-25. https://doi.org/10.1899/12013.1

Hanafiah, M. M., Leuven, R. S. E. W., Sommerwerk, N., Tockner, K., & Huijbregts, M. A. J. (2013). Including the Introduction of Exotic Species in Life Cycle Impact Assessment: The Case of Inland Shipping. Environmental Science & Technology, 47(24), 13934-13940. https://doi.org/10.1021/es403870z

Karaus, U., Larsen, S., Guillong, H., & Tockner, K. (2013). The contribution of lateral aquatic habitats to insect diversity along river corridors in the Alps. Landscape Ecology, 28(9), 1755-1767. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1098001399185

Langhans, S. D., Richard, U., Rueegg, J., Uehlinger, U., Edwards, P., Doering, M., & Tockner, K. (2013). Environmental heterogeneity affects input, storage, and transformation of coarse particulate organic matter in a floodplain mosaic. Aquatic Sciences, 75(3), 335-348. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701202770

Ostojić, A., Rosado, J., Miliša, M., Morais, M., & Tockner, K. (2013). Release of nutrients and organic matter from river floodplain habitats: simulating seasonal inundation dynamics. Wetlands, 33(5), 847-859. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1315701304429

Pahl-Wostl, C., Arthington, A., Bogardi, J., Bunn, S. E., Hoff, H., … Tockner, K., Tsegai, D. (2013). Environmental flows and water governance: managing sustainable water uses. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 5(3-4), 341-351. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2013.06.009

Tockner, K. (2013). Managing river flood plains as ecosystems of global strategic importance. In European Environment Agency (Ed.), Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation (EEA Report No. 1, pp. 349-350). EEA.

Tockner, K., & Grossart, H.-P. (2013). Biodiversität der Binnengewässer. In E. Beck (Ed.), Die Vielfalt des Lebens: Wie hoch, wie komplex, warum? (pp. 121-128). Wiley-VCH.

2012

Beniston, M., Stoffel, M., Harding, R., Kernan, M., Ludwig, R., Moors, E., … Tockner, K. (2012). Obstacles to data access for research related to climate and water: Implications for science and EU policy-making. Environmental Science & Policy, 17, 41-48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2011.12.002

De Wever, A., Schmidt-Kloiber, A., Gessner, M. O., & Tockner, K. (2012). Freshwater Journals Unite to Boost Primary Biodiversity Data Publication. BioScience, 62(6), 529-530. https://doi.org/10.1525/bio.2012.62.6.2

Handcock, R. N., Torgersen, C. E., Cherkauer, K. A., Gillespie, A. R., Tockner, K., Faux, R. N., & Tan, J. (2012). Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing of Water Temperature in Riverine Landscapes. In P. E. Carbonneau & H. Piégay (Eds.), Fluvial Remote Sensing for Science and Management (pp. 85-113). Wiley-Blackwell. 

Peter, S., Rechsteiner, R., Lehmann, M. F., Brankatschk, R., Vogt, T., … Tockner, K., Durisch-Kaiser, E. (2012). Nitrate removal in a restored riparian groundwater system: functioning and importance of individual riparian zones. Biogeosciences, 9(11), 4295-4307. https://doi.org/10.5194/bg942952012

Ricaurte, L. F., Boesch, S., Jokela, J., & Tockner, K. (2012). The distribution and environmental state of vegetated islands within human-impacted European rivers. Freshwater Biology, 57(12), 2539-2549. https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.12026

Shrestha, J., Niklaus, P. A., Frossard, E., Samaritani, E., Huber, B., … Tockner, K., Luster, J. (2012). Soil Nitrogen Dynamics in a River Floodplain Mosaic. Journal of Environmental Quality, 41(6), 2033-2045. https://doi.org/10.2134/jeq2012.0059

Steward, A.L., von Schiller, D., Tockner, K., Marshall, J.C., & Bunn, S.E. (2012). When the river runs dry: human and ecological values of dry riverbeds. Frontiers in  Ecology and the Environment, 10(4), 202-209. https://doi.org/10.1890/110136

Tockner, K. (2012). Vom struktur- zum funktionsbasierten Gewässermanagement. Natur und Mensch, 54(2), 18-21.

Tockner, K., Gessner, J., Pusch, M., & Wolter, C. (2012). Domestizierte Ökosysteme und neuartige Lebensgemeinschaften: Herausforderungen für das Gewässermanagement. In U. Grünewald, O. Bens, H. Fischer, R.F. Hüttl, K. Kaiser, & A. Knierim (Eds.), Wasserbezogene Anpassungsmaßnahmen an den Landschafts- und Klimawandel (pp. 33-42). Schweizerbart.

Tonolla, D., Wolter, C., Ruhtz, T., & Tockner, K. (2012). Linking fish assemblages and spatiotemporal thermal heterogeneity in a river-floodplain landscape using high-resolution airborne thermal infrared remote sensing and in-situ measurements. Remote Sensing of Environment, 125, 134-146. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2012.07.014

2011

Diener, S., Studt Solano, N. M., Roa Gutiérrez, F., Zurbrügg, C., & Tockner, K. (2011). Biological Treatment of Municipal Organic Waste using Black Soldier Fly Larvae. Waste and Biomass Valorization, 2(4), 357-363. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1264901190791

Diener, S., Zurbrügg, C., Gutiérrez, F. R., Nguyen, D. H., Morel, A., Koottatep, T., & Tockner, K. (2011). Black soldier fly larvae for organic waste treatment – prospects and constraints. In M. Alamgir, Q. H. Bari, I. M. Rafizul, S. M. T. Islam,

  1. Sarkar, & M. K. Howlader (Eds.), Proceedings of the WasteSafe 2011 – 2nd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries, 13-15 February 2011, Khulna, Bangladesh (pp. 52 (1-8)).

Dieter, D., von Schiller, D., García-Roger, E. M., Sánchez-Montoya, M. M., Gómez, R., Mora-Gómez, J., … Tockner, K. (2011). Preconditioning effects of intermittent stream flow on leaf litter decomposition. Aquatic Sciences, 73(4), 599-609. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701102316

Doering, M., Uehlinger, U., Ackermann, T., Woodtli, M., & Tockner, K. (2011). Spatiotemporal heterogeneity of soil and sediment respiration in a riverfloodplain mosaic (Tagliamento, NE Italy). Freshwater Biology, 56(7), 1297-1311. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.13652011.02569.x

Harner, M. J., Opitz, N., Geluso, K., Tockner, K., & Rillig, M. C. (2011). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on developing islands within a dynamic river floodplain: an investigation across successional gradients and soil depth. Aquatic Sciences, 73(1), 35-42. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701001574

Pahl-Wostl, C., Nilsson, C., Gupta, J., & Tockner, K. (2011). Societal Learning Needed to Face the Water Challenge. AMBIO, 40(5), 549-553. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1328001101491

Perkin, E. K., Hölker, F., Richardson, J. S., Sadler, J. P., Wolter, C., & Tockner, K. (2011). The influence of artificial light on stream and riparian ecosystems: questions, challenges, and perspectives. Ecosphere, 2(11), 122. https://doi.org/10.1890/ES1100241.1

Peter, S., Rechsteiner, R., Lehmann, M. F., Tockner, K., Vogt, T., Wehrli, B., & DurischKaiser, E. (2011). Denitrification hot spot and hot moments in a restored riparian system. In M. Schirmer, E. Hoehn, & T. Vogt (Eds.), GQ10: groundwater quality management in a rapidly changing world (pp. 433-436). International Association of Hydrological Sciences. 

Samaritani, E., Shrestha, J., Fournier, B., Frossard, E., Gillet, F., … Tockner, K., … Luster, J. (2011). Heterogeneity of soil carbon pools and fluxes in a channelized and a restored floodplain section (Thur River, Switzerland). Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 15(6), 1757-1769. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess1517572011

Steward, A. L., Marshall, J. C., Sheldon, F., Harch, B., Choy, S., Bunn, S. E., & Tockner, K. (2011). Terrestrial invertebrates of dry river beds are not simply subsets of riparian assemblages. Aquatic Sciences, 73(4), 551-566. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701102174

Tockner, K. (2011). Obituary: Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol. 5/2011. International Review of Hydrobiology, 96(5), 427-434. https://doi.org/10.1002/iroh.201190001

Tonolla, D., Lorang, M. S., Heutschi, K., Gotschalk, C. C., & Tockner, K. (2011). Characterization of spatial heterogeneity in underwater soundscapes at the river segment scale. Limnology and Oceanography, 56(6), 2319-2333. https://doi.org/10.4319/lo.2011.56.6.2319

von Schiller, D., Acuña, V., Graeber, D., Martí, E., Ribot, M., Sabater, S., … Tockner, K. (2011). Contraction, fragmentation and expansion dynamics determine nutrient availability in a Mediterranean forest stream. Aquatic Sciences, 73(4), 485-497. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701101956

2010

Acuña, V., & Tockner, K. (2010). The effects of alterations in temperature and flow regime on organic carbon dynamics in Mediterranean river networks. Global Change Biology, 16(9), 2638-2650. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652486.2010.02170.x

Blettler, M., Sukhodolov, A., & Tockner, K. (2010). Hydraulic conditions over bed forms control the benthic fauna distribution in a lowland river (Spree River, Germany). In A. Dittrich, K. Koll, J. Aberle, & P. Geisenhainer (Eds.), Riverflow 2010 (Vol. 2, pp. 1463-1467). Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau.

Hölker, F., Moss, T., Griefahn, B., Kloas, W., Voigt, C. C., Henckel, D., … Tockner, K. (2010). The Dark Side of Light: A Transdisciplinary Research Agenda for Light Pollution. Ecology and Society, 15(4), 13. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss4/art13/

Hölker, F., Perkin, E. K., Voigt, C. C., Monaghan, M. T., Wolter, C., & Tockner, K. (2010). Artificial light and the environment. In F. Hölker & K. Tockner (Eds.), Loss of the Night: Transdisciplinary Research on Light Pollution (pp. 14-15). Mediabogen. 

Hölker, F., & Tockner, K. (2010). Loss of the Night. In F. Hölker & K. Tockner (Eds.), Loss of the Night: Transdisciplinary Research on Light Pollution (pp. 4-5). Mediabogen.

Hölker, F., Wolter, C., Perkin, E. K., & Tockner, K. (2010). Light pollution as a biodiversity threat. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25(12), 681-682. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2010.09.007

Indermaur, L., Schaub, M., Jokela, J., Tockner, K., & Schmidt, B. R. (2010). Differential response to abiotic conditions and predation risk rather than competition avoidance determine breeding site selection by anurans. Ecography, 33(5), 887- https://doi.org/10.1111/j.16000587.2010.06150.x

Indermaur, L., Schmidt, B. R., Tockner, K., & Schaub, M. (2010). Spatial variation in abiotic and biotic factors in a floodplain determine anuran body size and growth rate at metamorphosis. Oecologia, 163(3), 637-649. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0044201015864

Larned, S. T., Datry, T., Arscott, D. B., & Tockner, K. (2010). Emerging concepts in temporary-river ecology. Freshwater Biology, 55(4), 717-738. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652427.2009.02322.x

Milner, A. M., & Tockner, K. (2010). River science – What has it contributed to general ecological theory? River Research and Applications, 26(1), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.1317

Sabater, S., & Tockner, K. (2009). Effects of Hydrologic Alterations on the Ecological Quality of River Ecosystems. In S. Sabater & D. Barceló (Eds.), Water Scarcity in the Mediterranean: Perspectives Under Global Change (pp. 15-39). Springer https://doi.org/10.1007/698_2009_24

Sommerwerk, N., Bloesch, J., Paunović, M., Baumgartner, C., Venohr, M., SchneiderJacoby, M., … Tockner, K. (2010). Managing the world’s most international river: the Danube River Basin. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61(7), 736-748. https://doi.org/10.1071/MF09229

Thieme, M. L., Turak, E., McIntyre, P., Darwall, W., Tockner, K., Cordeiro, J.,& Butchart, S. H. M. (2010). Freshwater Ecosystems Under Threat: The Ultimate Hotspot. In A. Mittermeier, T. A. Farrell, I. J. Harrison, A. J. Upgren, & T. M. Brooks (Eds.),Fresh Water: The Essence of Life (pp. 118-151). Conservation International 

Tockner, K., Lorang, M. S., & Stanford, J. A. (2010). River flood plains are model ecosystems to test general hydrogeomorphic and ecological concepts. River Research and Applications, 26(1), 76-86. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.1328

Tockner, K., Pusch, M. T., Borchardt, D., & Lorang, M. S. (2010). Multiple stressors in coupled river-floodplain ecosystems. Freshwater Biology, 55(s1), 135-151. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652427.2009.02371.x

Tonolla, D., Acuña, V., Lorang, M. S., Heutschi, K., & Tockner, K. (2010). A field-based investigation to examine underwater soundscapes of five common river habitats. Hydrological Processes, 24(22), 3146-3156. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.7730

Tonolla, D., Acuña, V., Uehlinger, U., Frank, T., & Tockner, K. (2010). Thermal Heterogeneity in River Floodplains. Ecosystems, 13(5), 727-740. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1002101093505

Yoshimura, C., Fujii, M., Omura, T., & Tockner, K. (2010). Instream release of dissolved organic matter from coarse and fine particulate organic matter of different origins. Biogeochemistry, 100(1), 151-165. https://doi.org/10.1007/s105330109412y

2009

Acuña, V., & Tockner, K. (2009) .Surface-subsurface water exchange rates along alluvial river reaches control the thermal patterns in an Alpine river network. Freshwater Biology, 54(2), 306-320. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652427.2008.02109.x

Bertoldi, W., Gurnell, A., Surian, N., Tockner, K., Zanoni, L., Ziliani, L., & Zolezzi, G. (2009). Understanding reference processes: linkages between river flows, sediment dynamics and vegetated landforms along the Tagliamento River, Italy. River Research and Applications, 25(5), 501-516. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.1233

Diener, S., Roa Gutiérrez, F., Zurbrügg, C., & Tockner, K. (2009). Are larvae of the black soldier fly – Hermetia illucens – a financianlly viable option for organic waste management in Costa Rica? In R. Cossu, L. F. Diaz, & R. Stegmann (Eds.), Proceedings Sardinia 2009, Twelfth International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium. CISA publisher.

Diener, S., Zurbrügg, C., & Tockner, K. (2009). Conversion of organic material by black soldier fly larvae: establishing optimal feeding rates. Waste Management & Research, 27(6), 603-610. https://doi.org/10.1177/0734242X09103838

Gurnell, A., Tubino, M., & Tockner, K. (2009). Linkages and feedbacks in highly dynamic alpine fluvial systems. Aquatic Sciences, 71(3), 251-252. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002700990219

Hölker, F., Voigt, C., Wolter, C., Perkin, E., & Tockner, K. (2009). Der Verlust der Nacht ist auch ein ökologisches Problem. Leibniz Gemeinschaft Zwischenruf, 2, 18-21.

Hölker, F., Wolter, C., Perkin, E., & Tockner, K. (2009). Der Verlust der Nacht. IGBJahresforschungsbericht 2008, 12-13.

Indermaur, L., Gehring, M., Wehrle, W., Tockner, K., & Naef-Daenzer, B. (2009).

Behavior‐Based Scale Definitions for Determining Individual Space Use: Requirements of Two Amphibians. The American Naturalist, 173(1), 60-71. https://doi.org/10.1086/593355

Indermaur, L., Winzeler, T., Schmidt, B. R., Tockner, K., & Schaub, M. (2009). Differential resource selection within shared habitat types across spatial scales in sympatric toads. Ecology, 90(12), 3430-3444. https://doi.org/10.1890/080886.1

Monaghan, M. T., & Tockner, K. (2009). BeGenDiv: Gemeinsam die Artenvielfalt entschlüsseln. IGB-Jahresforschungsbericht 2008, 8-9.

Sommerwerk, N., Baumgartner, C., Bloesch, J., Hein, T., Ostojić, A., Paunović M, … Tockner, K. (2009). The Danube River Basin. Rivers of Europe. In K. Tockner, U. Uehlinger, & C. T. Robinson (Eds.), Rivers of Europe (pp. 59-112). Academic Press. 

Tockner, K., Robinson, C. T., Uehlinger, U. (Eds.). (2009). Rivers of Europe (1st ed.). Academic Press.

Tockner, K., Tonolla, D., Junker, B., & Heutschi, K. (2009). Der Klang der Flüsse. Nationalpark, 143, 20-21.

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., & Robinson, C. T. (2009). Preface and Acknowledgements. In K. Tockner, U. Uehlinger, & C. T. Robinson (Eds.), Rivers of Europe (1st ed., pp. xv-xv). Academic Press.

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., Robinson, C. T., Siber, R., Tonolla, D., & Peter, F. D. (2009).

European Rivers. In G. E. Likens (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Inland Waters (Vol. 3, pp. 366-377). Academic Press.

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., Robinson, C. T., Tonolla, D., Siber, R., & Peter, F. D. (2009). Introduction to European Rivers. In K. Tockner, U. Uehlinger, & C. T. Robinson (Eds.), Rivers of Europe (1st ed., pp. 1-21). Academic Press.

Tockner, K., Wüest, A., & Findlay, S. (2009). Aquatic Sciences celebrates its 20th anniversary. Aquatic Sciences, 71(1), 1-2. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002700900190

Tonolla, D., Lorang, M. S., Heutschi, K., & Tockner, K. (2009). A flume experiment to examine underwater sound generation by flowing water. Aquatic Sciences, 71(4), 449-462. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002700901115

Yarushina, M. I., Eremkina, T. V., & Tockner, K. (2009). Ural River Basin. In K. Tockner, U. Uehlinger, & C. T. Robinson (Eds.), Rivers of Europe (1st ed., pp. 673-684). Academic Press.

2008

Acuña, V., Wolf, A., Uehlinger, U., & Tockner, K. (2008). Temperature dependence of stream benthic respiration in an Alpine river network under global warming. Freshwater Biology, 53(10), 2076-2088. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652427.2008.02028.x

Arrigoni, A., Findlay, S., Fischer, D., & Tockner, K. (2008). Predicting carbon and nutrient transformations in tidal freshwater wetlands of the Hudson River. Ecosystems, 11(5), 790-802. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1002100891610

Döring, M., & Tockner, K. (2008). Morphology and dynamics of riparian zones. In D. Arizpe, A. Mendes, & J. E. Rabaça (Eds.), Sustainable Riparian Zones: A Management Guide (pp. 24-29). Generalitat Valenciana.

Indermaur, L., Schmidt, B. R., & Tockner, K. (2008). Effect of transmitter mass and tracking duration on body mass change of two anuran species. AmphibiaReptilia, 29(2), 263-269. https://doi.org/10.1163/156853808784125054

Langhans, S. D., Tiegs, S. D., Gessner, M. O., & Tockner, K. (2008). Leaf-decomposition heterogeneity across a riverine floodplain mosaic. Aquatic Sciences, 70(3), 337-346. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002700880629

Paetzold, A., Yoshimura, C., & Tockner, K. (2008). Riparian arthropod responses to flow regulation and river channelization. Journal of Applied Ecology, 45(3), 894-903. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652008.01463.x

Tockner, K. (2008). Wenn die Nacht zum Tage wird: Lichtverschmutzung – ein stark unterschätztes Problem für Mensch und Natur. Grünblick, 77, 4-5.

Tockner, K., Bunn, S. E., Gordon, C., Naiman, R. J., Quinn, G. P., & Stanford, J. A. (2008). Flood plains: critically threatened ecosystems. In N. V. C. Polunin (Ed.), Aquatic Ecosystems: Trends and Global Prospects (pp. 45-61). Cambridge University Press.

Wantzen, K. M., Yule, C. M., Tockner, K., & Junk, W. J. (2008). Riparian Wetlands of Tropical Streams. In D. Dudgeon (Ed.), Tropical Stream Ecology (pp. 199-217). Academic Press.

Yoshimura, C., Gessner, M. O., Tockner, K., & Furumai, H. (2008). Chemical properties, microbial respiration, and decomposition of coarse and fine particulate organic matter. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 27(3), 664-673. https://doi.org/10.1899/07106.1

2007

Doering, M., Uehlinger, U., Rotach, A., Schlaepfer, D. R., & Tockner, K. (2007). Ecosystem expansion and contraction dynamics along a large Alpine alluvial corridor (Tagliamento River, Northeast Italy). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 32(11), 1693-1704. https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.1594

Paetzold, A., Sabo, J. L., Sadler, J. P., Findlay, S. E., & Tockner, K. (2007). AquaticTerrestrial Subsidies along River Corridors. In P. J. Wood, D. M. Hannah, & J. P.

Sadler (Eds.), Hydroecology and Ecohydrology: Past, Present and Future (pp. 57-73). John Wiley & Sons. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470010198.ch4

Reichert, P., Borsuk, M., Hostmann, M., Schweizer, S., Spörri, C., Tockner, K., & Truffer, B. (2007). Concepts of decision support for river rehabilitation. Environmental Modelling & Software, 22(2), 188-201. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2005.07.017

Tiegs, S. D., Langhans, S. D., Tockner, K., & Gessner, M. O. (2007). Cotton strips as a leaf surrogate to measure decomposition in river floodplain habitats. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 26(1), 70-77. https://doi.org/10.1899/08873593(2007)26[70:CSAALS]2.0.CO;2

Tockner, K. (2007). River restoration: linking science with application. Ecology and Civil Engineering, 10(1), 15-25. https://doi.org/10.3825/ece.10.15

Woolsey, S., Capelli, F., Gonser, T., Hoehn, E., Hostmann, M., … Tockner, K., … Peter, (2007). A strategy to assess river restoration success. Freshwater Biology, 52(4), 752-769. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652427.2007.01740.x

2006

Coops, H., Tockner, K., Amoros, C., Hein, T., & Quinn, G. (2006). Restoring Lateral Connections Between Rivers and Floodplains: Lessons from Rehabilitation Projects. In J. T. A. Verhoeven, B. Beltman, R. Bobbink, & D. F. Whigham (Eds.), Wetlands and Natural Resource Management (pp. 15-32). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/9783540331872_2

Langhans, S. D., Tiegs, S. D., Uehlinger, U., & Tockner, K. (2006). Environmental heterogeneity controls organic-matter dynamics in river-floodplain ecosystems. Polish Journal of Ecology, 54(4), 675-680.

Langhans, S. D., & Tockner, K. (2006). The role of timing, duration, and frequency of inundation in controlling leaf litter decomposition in a river-floodplain ecosystem (Tagliamento, northeastern Italy). Oecologia, 147(3), 501-509. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0044200502822

Malard, F., Uehlinger, U., Zah, R. and Tockner, K. (2006). Flood-pulse and riverscape dynamics in a braided glacial river. Ecology, 87(3), 704-716. https://doi.org/10.1890/040889  

Nakamura, K., Amano, K., & Tockner, K. (2006). River restoration: European perspectives and lessons for Japan. Ecology and Civil Engineering, 8(2), 201-214. https://doi.org/10.3825/ece.8.201

Nakamura, K., Tockner, K., & Amano, K. (2006). River and Wetland Restoration: Lessons from Japan. Bioscience, 56(5), 419-429 https://doi.org/10.1641/0006-3568(2006)056%5b0419:RAWRLF%5d2.0.CO;2

Paetzold, A., Bernet, J. F., & Tockner, K. (2006). Consumer-specific responses to riverine subsidy pulses in a riparian arthropod assemblage. Freshwater Biology, 51(6), 1103-1115. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652427.2006.01559.x

Tockner, K., Klaus, I., Baumgartner, C., & Ward, J. V. (2006). Amphibian diversity and nestedness in a dynamic floodplain river (Tagliamento, NE-Italy). Hydrobiologia, 565(1), 121-133. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1075000519093

Tockner, K., Paetzold, A., Karaus, U., Claret, C., & Zettel, J. (2006). Ecology of Braided Rivers. In G. H. Sambrook Smith, J. L. Best, C. S. Bristow, & G. E. Petts (Eds.), Braided Rivers: Process, Deposits, Ecology and Management (pp. 339-359). Blackwell.

Trottmann, N., Langhans, S. D., & Tockner, K. (2006). Schwemmgut als Ausbreitungsmedium. Das Innenleben eines unterschätzten Naturstoffs. Wasser, Energie, Luft, 98(2), 153-159.

Yoshimura, C., Tockner, K., Omura, T., & Moog, O. (2006). Species diversity and functional assessment of macroinvertebrate communities in Austrian rivers. Limnology, 7(2), 63-74. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1020100601704

2005

Arscott, D. B., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2005). Later organization of aquatic invertebrates along the corridor of a braided floodplain river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 24(4), 934-954. https://doi.org/10.1899/05037.1

Gurnell, A., Tockner, K., Edwards, P. & Petts, G. (2005). Effects of deposited wood on biocomplexity of river corridors. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 3(7), 377-382. https://doi.org/10.1890/1540-9295(2005)003%5b0377:EODWOB%5d2.0.CO;2

Jansson, R., Backx, H., Boulton, A. J., Dixon, M., Dudgeon, D., Hughes, F. M. R., …

Tockner, K. (2005). Stating mechanisms and refining criteria for ecologically successful river restoration: a comment on Palmer et al. (2005). Journal of  Applied Ecology, 42(2), 218-222. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.13652664.2005.01022.x

Karaus, U., Alder, L. & Tockner, K. (2005). „Concave islands“: Habitat heterogeneity of parafluvial ponds in a gravel-bed river. Wetlands, 25(1), 26-37. https://doi.org/10.1672/02775212(2005)025[0026:CIHHOP]2.0.CO;2

Paetzold, A., Schubert, C. J., & Tockner, K. (2005). Aquatic Terrestrial Linkages Along a Braided-River: Riparian Arthropods Feeding on Aquatic Insects. Ecosystems, 8(7), 748-759. https://doi.org/10.1007/s100210050004y

Paetzold, A., & Tockner, K. (2005). Effects of riparian arthropod predation on the biomass and abundance of aquatic insect emergence. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 24(2), 395-402. https://doi.org/10.1899/04049.1

Tockner, K. (2005). Linking Pattern and Process Along River Corridors. In G. E. Petts & B. Kennedy (Eds.), Emerging Concepts for Integrating Human and Environmental Water Needs in River Basin Management (ERDC/EL TR-05-13, pp. 11-17). Environmental Laboratory.

Tockner, K., Surian, N., & Toniutti, N. (2005). Geomorphologie, Ökologie und nachaltiges Management einer Wildflusslandschaft am Beispiel des Fiume Tagliamento (Friaul, Italien) – ein Modellökosystem für den Alpenraum und ein Testfall für die EU-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie. Jahrbuch des Vereins zum Schutz der Bergwelt, 70, 3-17.

Trottmann, N., Langhans, S. D., & Tockner, K. (2005). Schwemmgut, ein wichtiger Weg der Ausbreitung. Natur und Mensch, 47(5), 8-11.

Woolsey, S., Weber, C., Gonser, T., Hoehn, E., Hostmann, M., … Tockner, K., Peter, A. (2005). Handbuch für die Erfolgskontrolle bei Fliessgewässerrevitalisierungen. Eine Publikation des Rhone-Thur Projektes. Eawag, WSL, LCH-EPFL, VAW-ETHZ.

Yoshimura, C., Omura, T., Furumai, H., & Tockner, K. (2005). Present state of rivers and streams in Japan. River Research and Applications, 21(2-3), 93-112. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.835

2004

Kaiser, E., Arscott, D. B., Tockner, K., & Sulzberger, B. (2004). Sources and distribution of organic carbon and nitrogen in the Tagliamento River, Italy. Aquatic Sciences, 66(1), 103-116. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002700306834

Reichert, P., Borsuk, M., Hostmann, M., Schweizer, S., Spörri, C., Tockner, K., & Truffer, B. (2004). Concepts of Decision Support for River Rehabilitation. In C. Pahl-Wostl, S. Schmidt, A. E. Rizzoli, & A. J. Jakeman (Eds.), Complexity and Integrated Resources Management. Transactions of the 2nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society. (Vol. 2, pp. 550-555). International Environmental Modelling and Software Societey.

Robinson, C. T., Tockner, K., & Burgherr, P. (2004). Drift benthos relationships in the seasonal colonization dynamics of alpine streams. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 160(4), 447-470. https://doi.org/10.1127/00039136/2004/01600447

Tockner, K., Karaus, U., Paetzold, A., & Blaser, S. (2004). Ökologischer Zustand der Rhone: Benthische Evertebraten und Uferfauna. Wasser, Energie, Luft, 96(1112), 315-317. 

2003

Arscott, D. B., Keller, B., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2003). Habitat Structure and Trichoptera Diversity in Two Headwater Flood Plains, N.E. Italy. International Review of Hydrobiology, 88(3-4), 255-273. https://doi.org/10.1002/iroh.200390023

Arscott, D. B., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2003). Spatio-temporal patterns of benthic invertebrates along the continuum of a braided Alpine river. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 158(4), 431-460 https://doi.org/10.1127/0003-9136/2003/0158-0431

Burgherr, P., Hieber, M., Klein, B., Monaghan, M. T., Robinson, C. T., & Tockner, K. (2003). Biodiversität der Wirbellosenfauna in Fliessgewässern des Val Roseg.

EAWAG news, 54d, 26-27. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza000916380 Burgherr, P., Hieber, M., Klein, B., Monaghan, M. T., Robinson, C. T., & Tockner, K. (2003). La biodiversité du zoobenthos des cours d’eau alpins: Le Val Roseg. EAWAG news, 54f, 26-27. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza001576927

Burgherr, P., Klein, B., Robinson, C. T., & Tockner, K. (2003). Surface Zoobenthos. In J. V. Ward & U. Uehlinger (Eds.), Ecology of a Glacial Flood Plain (pp. 153-173). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Fujii, M., Yoshimura, C., Tockner, K., & Omura, T. (2003). Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Formation from Particulate Organic Matter (POM) in Upstreams. Environmental Engineering Research, 40, 139-149. https://doi.org/10.11532/proes1992.40.139

Robinson, C. T., Burgherr, P., Malard, F., Tockner, K., & Uehlinger, U. (2003). Synthesis and Perspectives. In J. V. Ward & U. Uehlinger (Eds.), Ecology of a Glacial Flood Plain (pp. 259-271). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Tockner, K. (2003). The Tagliamento River: an ecosystem of European importance. FBA News, 22, 6.

Tockner, K. (2003). Der „König der Alpenflüsse“ vor seinem Ende? Natur und Mensch, 45(4), 26-27.

Tockner, K. (2003). Totholz – entsorgungspflichtig oder wertvoll? Petri-Heil, 54(3), 43.

Tockner, K., Illi, R., Malard, F., & Uehlinger, U. (2003). Nutrient Dynamics. In J. V. Ward & U. Uehlinger (Eds.), Ecology of a Glacial Flood Plain (pp. 91-107). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Tockner, K., & Langhans, S. D. (2003). Die ökologische Bedeutung des Schwemmgutes. Wasser, Energie, Luft, 95(11-12), 353-354.

Tockner, K., & Malard F (2003). Channel Typology. In J. V. Ward & U. Uehlinger (Eds.), Ecology of a Glacial Flood Plain (pp. 57-73). Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

Tockner, K., & Peter. A. (2003) Totholz und Schwemmgut – entsorgungspflichtig oder ökologisch wertvoll? Wasser, Energie, Luft, 95(11-12), 351-374.

Tockner, K., Robinson, C. T., & Burgherr, P. (2003). Drift and colonization dynamics. In J. V. Ward & U. Uehlinger (Eds.), Ecology of a Glacial Flood Plain (pp. 243-257). Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., & Malard, F. (2003). Habitatdynamik in der Schwemmebene des Val Roseg. EAWAG news, 54d, 16-18. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza000916380

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., & Malard, F. (2003). La dynamique des habitats de la plaine alluviale du Val Roseg. EAWAG news, 54f, 16-18. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza001576927

Tockner, K., Ward, J. V., Arscott, D. B., Edwards, P. J., Kollmann, J., Gurnell, A. M., … Maiolini, B. (2003). The Tagliamento River: A model ecosystem of European importance. Aquatic Sciences, 65(3), 239-253. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002700306999

Uehlinger, U., Malard, F., & Tockner, K. (2003). Val Roseg: eine glaziale Schwemmebene in den Schweizer Alpen. EAWAG news, 54d, 13-15. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza000916380

Uehlinger, U., Malard, F., & Tockner, K. (2003). La Val Roseg: Une plaine alluviale glaciaire des Alpes suisses. EAWAG news, 54f, 13-15. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza001576927

Uehlinger, U., Tockner, K., & Malard, F. (2003). Ökologische Zeitfenster in glazialen Fliessgewässerökosystemen. EAWAG news, 54d, 22-23. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza000916380

Uehlinger, U., Tockner, K., & Malard, F. (2003). Fenêtres écologiques dans les écosystèmes fluviaux glaciaires. EAWAG news, 54f, 22-23. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza001576927

van der Nat, D., Tockner, K., Edwards, P. J., & Ward, J. V. (2003). Large wood dynamics of complex Alpine river floodplains. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 22(1), 35-50. https://doi.org/10.2307/1467976 van der Nat, D., Tockner, K., Edwards, P. J., Ward, J. V., & Gurnell, A. M. (2003).

Habitat change in braided flood plains (Tagliamento, NE-Italy). Freshwater Biology, 48(10), 1799-1812. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.2003.01126.x

2002

Arscott, D. B., Glatthaar, R., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2002). Larval black fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) distribution and diversity along a floodplain river in the Alps (Tagliamento River, Italy). Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 28(2), 524-531. https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.2001.11901772

Arscott, D., Tockner, K., van der Nat, D., & Ward, J. V. (2002). Aquatic Habitat Dynamics along a Braided Alpine River Ecosystem (Tagliamento River, Northeast Italy). Ecosystems, 5(8), 802-814. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1002100201927

Burgherr, P., Hieber, M., Klein, B., Monaghan, M. T., Robinson, C. T., & Tockner, K. (2002). Biodiversity of Zoobenthos in Alpine Steams: The Val Roseg. EAWAG news, 54e, 22-23. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza000012762

Claret, C., Ward, J. V., & Tockner, K. (2002). Temperature heterogeneity of interstitial water in island-associated water bodies of a dynamic flood plain. Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 28(1), 345-351. https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.2001.11902601

Malard, F., Hofmann, A., Tockner, K., & Uehlinger, U. (2002). Iron concentration in the water of glacial river system. Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 28(1), 134-139. https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.2001.11902561

Malard, F., Tockner, K., Dole-Olivier, M., & Ward, J. V. (2002). A landscape perspective of surface-subsurface hydrological exchanges in river corridors. Freshwater Biology, 47(4), 621-640. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.2002.00906.x

Robinson, C. T., Tockner, K., & Burgherr, P. (2002). Seasonal patterns in macroinvertebrate drift and seston transport in streams of an alpine glacial flood plain. Freshwater Biology, 47(5), 985-993. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.2002.00835.x

Robinson, C. T., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2002). The fauna of dynamic riverine landscapes. Freshwater Biology, 47(4), 661-677. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.2002.00921.x

Tockner, K. (2002). Ausgedehnte Wildflusslandschaft durch Hochwasserschutz bedroht. Garten + Landschaft, 12, 42.

Tockner, K., Malard, F., Uehlinger, U., & Ward, J. V. (2002). Nutrients and organic matter in a glacial river-floodplain system (Val Roseg, Switzerland). Limnology and Oceanography, 47(1), 266-277. https://doi.org/10.4319/lo.2002.47.1.0266 Tockner, K., Paetzold, A., & Karaus, U. (2002). Leben in der Flussdynamik zwischen Trockenfall und Hochwasser. In Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Ed.), Rundgespräche der Kommission für Ökologie (Vol. 24, pp. 37-46). Pfeil.

Tockner, K., & Peter, A. (2002). Totholz spielt im Ökosystem der Gewässer eine wichtige Rolle. Kommunalmagazin, 19(10), 31.

Tockner, K., & Stanford, J. A. (2002). Riverine flood plains: present state and future trends. Environmental Conservation, 29(3), 308-330. https://doi.org/10.1017/S037689290200022X

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., & Malard, F. (2002). Habitat Dynamics in the Val Roseg Flood Plain. EAWAG news, 54e, 14-15. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza000012762

Tockner, K., Ward, J. V., Edwards, P. J., & Kollmann, J. (2002). Riverine landscapes: an introduction. Freshwater Biology, 47(4), 497-500. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.2002.00913.x

Uehlinger, U., Malard, F., & Tockner, K. (2002). Val Roseg: A Glacial Flood Plain in the Swiss Alps. EAWAG news, 54e, 12-13. https://doi.org/10.3929/ethza000012762

Uehlinger, U., Tockner, K., & Burgherr, P. (2002). Vielfalt im Gebirgsbach. Resultate aus dem Val-Roseg-Projekt. Hotspot, 6, 9.

Uehlinger, U., Tockner, K., & Malard, F. (2002). Ecological Windows in Glacial Stream Ecosystems. EAWAG news, 54e, 20-21 https://doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-000012762

van der Nat, D., Schmidt, A. P., Tockner, K., Edwards, P. J., & Ward, J. V. (2002).

Inundation Dynamics in Braided Floodplains: Tagliamento River, Northeast Italy. Ecosystems, 5(7), 636-647. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1002100201700

van der Nat, D., Tockner, K., Edwards, P. J., & Ward, J. V. (2002). Quantification of large woody debris in large floodplain rivers: an area-based approach using differential GPS and GIS. Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 28(1), 332-335. https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.2001.11902599

Ward, J. V., Malard, F., & Tockner, K. (2002). Landscape ecology: a framework for integrating pattern and process in river corridors. Landscape Ecology, 17(1), 35-45. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1015277626224

Ward, J. V., Robinson, C. T., & Tockner, K. (2002). Applicability of ecological theory to riverine ecosystems. Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 28(1), 443-450. https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.2001.11902621

Ward, J. V., Tockner, K., Arscott, D. B., & Claret, C. (2002). Riverine landscape diversity. Freshwater Biology, 47(4), 517-539 https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2427.2002.00893.x

2001

Arscott, D. B., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2001). Thermal heterogeneity along a braided floodplain river (Tagliamento River, northeastern Italy). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 58(12), 2359-2373. https://doi.org/10.1139/f01183

Gurnell, A. M., Petts, G. E., Hannah, D. M., Smith, B. P. G., Edwards, P. J., Kollmann, J., … Tockner, K. (2001). Riparian vegetation and island formation along the gravel-bed Fiume Tagliamento, Italy. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 26(1), 31-62. https://doi.org/10.1002/10969837(200101)26:1%3C31::AIDESP155%3E3.0.CO;2Y

Klaus, I., Baumgartner, C., & Tockner, K. (2001). Die Wildflusslandschaft des Tagliamento (Italien, Friaul) als Lebensraum einer artenreichen Amphibiengesellschaft. Zeitschrift für Feldherpetologie, 8, 21-29.

Tockner, K., Ward, J. V., Edwards, P. J., Kollmann, J., Gurnell, A. M., & Petts, G. E. (2001). Der Tagliamento (Norditalien): Eine Wildflussaue als Modellökosystem für den Alpenraum. Laufener Seminarbeiträge, 3, 25-34 

Ward, J. V., & Tockner, K. (2001). Biodiversity: towards a unifying theme for river ecology. Freshwater Biology, 46(6), 807-819. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.2001.00713.x

Ward, J. V., Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., & Malard, F. (2001). Understanding natural patterns and processes in river corridors as the basis for effective river restoration. Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 17(4-5), 311-323. https://doi.org/10.1002/rrr.646

2000                                                                                                                                

Arscott, D. B., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2000). Aquatic habitat diversity along the corridor of an alpine floodplain river (Fiume Tagliamento, Italy). Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 149(4), 679-704. https://doi.org/10.1127/archivhydrobiol/149/2000/679

Gurnell, A. M., Petts, G. E., Hannah, D. M., Smith, B. P. G., Edwards, P. J., Kollmann, J., … Tockner, K. (2000). Wood storage within the active zone of a large European gravel-bed river. Geomorphology, 34(1-2), 55-72. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0169555X(99)001312

Gurnell, A. M., Petts, G. E., Harris, N., Ward, J. V., Tockner, K., Edwards, P. J., & Kollmann, J. (2000). Large wood retention in river channels: the case of the Fiume Tagliamento, Italy. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 25(3), 255275. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)10969837(200003)25:3<255::AIDESP56>3.0.CO;2H

Klein, B., & Tockner, K. (2000). Biodiversity in springbrooks of a glacial flood plain (Val Roseg, Switzerland). Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 27(2), 704-710. https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.1998.11901325

Malard, F., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (2000). Physico-chemical heterogeneity in a glacial riverscape. Landscape Ecology, 15(8), 679-695. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1008147419478

Petts, G. E., Gurnell, A. M., Gerrard, A. J., Hannah, D. M., Hansford, B., … Tockner, K., Smith, B. P. G. (2000). Longitudinal variations in exposed riverine sediments: a context for the ecology of the Fiume Tagliamento, Italy. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 10(4), 249-266. https://doi.org/10.1002/10990755(200007/08)10:4<249::AIDAQC410>3.0.CO;2R

Tockner, K. (2000). Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands of North America. Freshwater Biology, 45(1), 103-104. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.2000.00645.x

Tockner, K. (2000). Schweizer Forschung in italienischer Wildflusslandschaft: Der Tagliamento als Modell für Flussrevitalisierungen. CH-Forschung, 7, 1-2.

Tockner, K., Baumgartner, C., Schiemer, F., & Ward, J. V. (2000) Biodiversity of a Danubian floodplain: structural, functional and compositional aspects. In B. Gopal, W. J. Junk, & J. A. Davis (Eds.), Biodiversity in Wetlands: Assessment, Function and Conservation (Vol. 1, pp. 141-159). Backhuys.

Tockner, K., Malard, F., & Ward, J. V. (2000). An extension of the flood pulse concept. Hydrological Processes, 14(16-17), 2861-2883. https://doi.org/10.1002/10991085(200011/12)14:16/17<2861::AIDHYP124>3.0.CO;2F

Ward, J. V., Tockner, K., Edwards, P., Kollmann, J., Gurnell, A., Petts, G., … Rossaro, B. (2000). Potential role of island dynamics in river ecosystems. Internationale  Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 27(5), 2582-2585. https://doi.org/10.1080/03680770.1998.11898131

 

 

1999

Edwards, P. J., Kollmann, J., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (1999). The role of island dynamics in the maintenance of biodiversity in an Alpine river system. Bulletin of the Geobotanical Institute ETH, 65, 73-86 

Kollmann, J., Vieli, M., Edwards, P. J., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (1999). Interactions between vegetation development and island formation in the Alpine river Tagliamento. Applied Vegetation Science, 2(1), 25-36. https://doi.org/10.2307/1478878

Malard, F., Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (1999). Shifting Dominance of Subcatchment Water Sources and Flow Paths in a Glacial Floodplain, Val Roseg, Switzerland. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 31(2), 135-150. https://doi.org/10.1080/15230430.1999.12003291

Schiemer, F., Baumgartner, C., & Tockner, K. (1999). Restoration of floodplain rivers: the ‘Danube restoration project’. Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 15(1-3),  231-244. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)10991646(199901/06)15:1/3<231::AIDRRR548>3.0.CO;25

Tockner, K., Pennetzdorfer, D., Reiner, N., Schiemer, F., & Ward, J. V. (1999). Hydrological connectivity, and the exchange of organic matter and nutrients in a dynamic river-floodplain system (Danube, Austria). Freshwater Biology, 41(3), 521-535. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.13652427.1999.00399.x

Tockner, K., Schiemer, F., Baumgartner, C., Kum, G., Weigand, E., Zweimüller, I., & Ward, J. V. (1999). The Danube restoration project: species diversity patterns across connectivity gradients in the floodplain system. Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 15(1-3), 245-258. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)10991646(199901/06)15:1/3<245::AIDRRR540>3.0.CO;2G

Tockner, K., & Ward, J. V. (1999). Biodiversity along riparian corridors. Large Rivers, 11(3), 293-310. https://doi.org/10.1127/lr/11/1999/293

Ward, J. V., Malard, F., & Tockner, K. (1999). Landscape ecology in integrates pattern and process in river corridors. In J. A. Wiens & M. R. Moss (Eds.), Issues in Landscape Ecology (pp. 97-102). International Association for Landscape Ecology.

Ward, J. V., Malard, F., Tockner, K., & Uehlinger, U. (1999). Influence of ground water on surface water conditions in a glacial flood plain of the Swiss Alps. Hydrological Processes, 13(3), 277-293. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)10991085(19990228)13:3<277::AIDHYP738>3.0.CO;2N

Ward, J. V., Tockner, K., Edwards, P., Kollmann, J., Bretschko, G., Gurnell, A., … Rossaro, B. (1999). A reference river system for the Alps: the ‘Fiume Tagliamento’. Regulated Rivers: Research & Management, 15(1-3), 63-75. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)10991646(199901/06)15:1/3<63::AIDRRR538>3.0.CO;2F

Ward, J. V., Tockner, K., & Schiemer, F. (1999). Biodiversity of floodplain river ecosystems: ecotones and connectivity. Regulated Rivers: Research &  Management, 15(1-3), 125-139. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)10991646(199901/06)15:1/3<125::AIDRRR523>3.0.CO;2E

1998

Tockner, K., Schiemer, F., & Ward, J. V. (1998). Conservation by restoration: the management concept for a river-floodplain system on the Danube River in Austria. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 8(1), 71-86. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)10990755(199801/02)8:1<71::AIDAQC265>3.0.CO;2D

Ward, J. V., Burgherr, P., Gessner, M. O. G., Malard, F., Robinson, C. T., Tockner, K., … Zah, R. (1998). The Val Roseg project: habitat heterogeneity and connectivity gradients in a glacial flood-plain system. In K. Kovar, U. Tappeiner, N. E. Peters, & R. G. Craig (Eds.), Hydrology, Water Resources and Ecology in Headwaters (pp. 425-432). International Association of Hydrological Sciences.

1997

Tockner, K., Malard, F., Burgherr, P., Robinson, C. T., Uehlinger, U., Zah, R., & Ward, J. V. (1997). Physico-chemical characterization of channel types in a glacial floodplain ecosystem (Val Roseg, Switzerland). Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 140(4), 433-463. https://doi.org/10.1127/archivhydrobiol/140/1997/433

Tockner, K., & Schiemer, F. (1997). Ecological aspects of the restoration strategy for a river-floodplain system on the Danube River in Austria. Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters, 6(3/4), 321-329. https://doi.org/10.2307/2997746

Tockner, K., & Waringer, J. A. (1997). Measuring Drift during a Receding Flood: Results from an Austrian Mountain Brook (Ritrodat-Lunz). Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie, 82(1), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1002/iroh.19970820102

1996

Tockner, K. (1996). Colonization experiments for biomonitoring riparian communities of a large regulated river, the Danube (Austria). Large Rivers, 113(1-4), 433-442. https://doi.org/10.1127/lr/10/1996/433

Tockner, K., & Bretschko, G. (1996). Spatial distribution of particulate organic matter (POM) and benthic invertebrates in a river-floodplain transect (Danube, Austria): importance of hydrological connectivity. Large Rivers, 11(1), 11-27. https://doi.org/10.1127/lr/11/1996/11

Klement Tockner Publications

 

Summary Information (Status: March 2021)

Total: ~ 250, hereof 180 ISI-publications (1997-2020: in average >10 publications per year; >7 ISI publications per year)

h-Index (Google Scholar): 81; Total # of citations: 27,687 (maximum 1,869 citations per publication); highly cited papers with more than 200 citations each: 36

Books  

Drenckhahn, D., Arneth, A., Filser, J., Haberl, H., Hansjürgens, B., Herrmann, B., … Tockner, K. (2020). Globale Biodiversität in der Krise: Was können Deutschland und die EU dagegen tun? Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina eVNationale Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Mehner, T., Likens, G. E., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2009). Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. Academic Press.

Tockner, K., Uehlinger, U., Robsinson, C. T. (Eds.). (2009). Rivers of Europe. Academic Press. (2nd Edition: 2021).

Woolsey, S., Weber, C., Gonser, T., Hoehn, E., Hostmann, M., Junker, B., Roulier, C., Schweizer, S., Tiegs, S., Tockner, K., Peter, A. (2005). Handbook for evaluating rehabilitation projects in rivers and streams: A publication by the Rhone-Thur project. Eawag, WSL, LCH-EPFL, VAW-ETHZ.

Special issues

Lewandowski, J., Nützmann, G., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2014). Frontiers in real-time ecohydrology. Fundamental and Applied Limnology, 184, 3.

Milner, A. M., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2010). Freshwater Benthic Science – what has it contributed to ecological theory? River Research and Applications, 26.

Gurnell, A., Tubino, M., & Tockner, K. (Eds.). (2009). Linkages and feedbacks in highly dynamic alpine fluvial systems. Aquatic Sciences, 71.

Tockner, K., Kollmann, J., Edwards, P. E., & Ward, J. V. (Eds.). (2002). Riverine Landscapes. Freshwater Biology, 47.

 

Peer-reviewed journal articles (ISI listed)

 

2021

Cantonati, M., Fensham, R. J., Stevens, L. E., Gerecke, R., Glazier, D. S., Goldscheider, N., … Tockner, K. (2021). Urgent plea for global protection of springs. Conservation Biology, 35(1), 378-382. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13576

Jähnig, S. C., Baranov, V., Altermatt, F., Cranston, P., Friedrichs‐Manthey, M., … Tockner, K., … Domisch, S. (2021). Revisiting global trends in freshwater insect biodiversity. WIREs Water, 8(2), e1506. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1506

Peters, R., Berlekamp, J., Lucía, A., Stefani, V., Tockner, K., & Zarfl, C. (2021). Integrated Impact Assessment for Sustainable Hydropower Planning in the Vjosa Catchment (Greece, Albania). Sustainability, 13(3), 1514. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13031514

2020

He, F., Langhans, S. D., Zarfl, C., Wanke, R., Tockner, K., & Jähnig, S. C. (2020). Combined effects of life‐history traits and human impact on extinction risk of freshwater megafauna. Conservation Biology, 35(2), 643-653.https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13590

Heger, T., Bernard-Verdier, M., Gessler, A., Greenwood, A. D., Grossart, H.-P., … Tockner, K., … Jeschke, J. M. (2020). Clear Language for Ecosystem Management in the Anthropocene: A Reply to Bridgewater and Hemming. BioScience, 70(5), 374-376. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa024

Moleón, M., Sánchez-Zapata, J. A., Donázar, J. A., Revilla, E., Martín-López, B., Gutiérrez-Cánovas, C., … Tockner, K. (2020). Rethinking megafauna. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 287(1922), 20192643. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2019.2643

Sánchez-Montoya, M. M., Tockner, K., von Schiller, D., Miñano, J., Catarineu, C., Lencina, J. L., … Ruhi, A. (2020). Dynamics of ground-dwelling arthropod metacommunities in intermittent streams: The key role of dry riverbeds. Biological Conservation, 241, 108328. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108328

Serlet, A. J., López Moreira M, G. A., Zolezzi, G., Wharton, G., Hölker, F., … Tockner, K., … Zarfl, C. (2020). SMART Research: Toward Interdisciplinary River Science in Europe. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 8, 63. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2020.00063  

Thieme, M. L., Khrystenko, D., Qin, S., Golden Kroner, R. E., Lehner, B., … Tockner, K., … Mascia, M. B. (2020). Dams and protected areas: Quantifying the spatial and temporal extent of global dam construction within protected areas. Conservation Letters, 13(4), e12719. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12719

Tickner, D., Opperman, J. J., Abell, R., Acreman, M., Arthington, A. H., … Tockner, K., … Young, L. (2020). Bending the Curve of Global Freshwater Biodiversity Loss: An Emergency Recovery Plan. BioScience, 70(4), 330-342. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biaa002  

2019

Grill, G., Lehner, B., Thieme, M., Geenen, B., Tickner, D., … Tockner, K., … Zarfl, C. (2019). Mapping the world’s free flowing rivers. Nature, 569(7755), 215-221. https://doi.org/10.1038/s4158601911119

He, F., Zarfl, C., Bremerich, V., David, J. N. W., Hogan, Z., … Tockner, K., Jähnig, S. C. (2019). The global decline of freshwater megafauna. Global Change Biology, 25(11), 3883-3892. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14753

Heger, T., Bernard-Verdier, M., Gessler, A., Greenwood, A. D., Grossart, H.-P., … Tockner, K., … Jeschke, J. M. (2019). Towards an Integrative, Eco-Evolutionary Understanding of Ecological Novelty: Studying and Communicating Interlinked Effects of Global Change. BioScience, 69(11), 888-899. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biz095

Hickisch, R., Hodgetts, T., Johnson, P. J., Sillero‐Zubiri, C., Tockner, K., & Macdonald, D. (2019). Effects of publication bias on conservation planning. Conservation Biology, 33(5), 1151-1163. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13326

Jeschke, J. M., Börner, K., Stodden, V., & Tockner, K. (2019). Open Access journals need to become first choice, in invasion ecology and beyond. NeoBiota, 52, 1-8. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.52.39542

Jeschke, J. M., Lokatis, S., Bartram, I. & Tockner, K. (2019). Knowledge in the dark: scientific challenges and ways forward. FACETS, 4(1), 423-441. https://doi.org/10.1139/facets20190007

Kyba, C. M. C., Giuliani, G., Franziskakis, F., Tockner, K., & Lacroix, P. (2019). Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sites in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Are Not Associated with Nighttime Light Emissions. J Multidisciplinary Science Journal, 2(2), 152-161. https://doi.org/10.3390/j2020013

Larsen, S., Karaus, U., Claret, C., Sporka, F., Hamerlík, L., & Tockner, K. (2019). Flooding and hydrologic connectivity modulate community assembly in a dynamic riverfloodplain ecosystem. PLoS ONE, 14(4), e0213227. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0213227

Pinter, N., Brasington, J., Gurnell, A., Kondolf, G. M., Tockner, K., Wharton, G., & Yarnell, S. M. (2019). River research and applications across borders. River  Research and Applications, 35(6), 768-775. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3430

Reid, A. J., Carlson, A. K., Creed, I. F., Eliason, E. J., Gell, P. A., … Tockner, K., … Cooke, S. J. (2019). Emerging threats and persistent conservation challenges for freshwater biodiversity. Biological Reviews, 94(3), 849-873. https://doi.org/10.1111/brv.12480

Schmidt-Kloiber, A., Bremerich, V., De Wever, A., Jähnig, S. C., Martens, K., … Tockner, K., Hering, D. (2019). The Freshwater Information Platform: a global online network providing data, tools and resources for science and policy support. Hydrobiologia, 838(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750019039855

Schmidt-Kloiber, A., De Wever, A., Bremerich, V., Strackbein, J., Hering, D., Jähnig, S., … Tockner, K. (2019). The Freshwater Information Platform: An online network supporting freshwater biodiversity research and data publishing. Biodiversity Information Science and Standards, 3, e37378. https://doi.org/10.3897/biss.3.37378

Shumilova, O., Tockner, K., Gurnell, A. M., Langhans, S. D., Righetti, M., Lucía, A., & Zarfl, C. (2019). Floating matter: a neglected component of the ecological integrity of rivers. Aquatic Sciences, 81(2), 25. https://doi.org/10.1007/s0002701906192

Shumilova, O., Zak, D., Datry, T., von Schiller, D., Corti, R., … Tockner, K., … Zarfl, C. (2019). Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: A global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter. Global  Change Biology, 25(5), 1591-1611. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14537

Tydecks, L., Ibelings, B. W., & Tockner, K. (2019). A global survey of freshwater biological field stations. River Research and Applications, 35(8), 1314-1324. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3476

von Schiller, D., Datry, T., Corti, R., Foulquier, A., Tockner, K., Marcé, R., … Zoppini, A. (2019). Sediment Respiration Pulses in Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 33(10), 1251-1263. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GB006276

Zarfl, C., Berlekamp, J., He, F., Jähnig, S. C., Darwall, W., & Tockner, K. (2019). Future large hydropower dams impact global freshwater megafauna. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 18531. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598019549808

2018

Darwall, W., Bremerich, V., De Wever, A., Dell, A. I., Freyhof, J., … Tockner, K., … Weyl, O. (2018). The Alliance for Freshwater Life: A global call to unite efforts for freshwater biodiversity science and conservation. Aquatic Conservation, 28(4), 1015-1022. https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.2958

Datry, T., Boulton, A. J., Bonada, N., Fritz, K., Leigh, C., … Tockner, K., … Dahm, C. N. (2018). Flow intermittence and ecosystem services in rivers of the Anthropocene. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55(1), 353-364. https://doi.org/10.1111/13652664.12941

Datry, T., Foulquier, A., Corti, R., von Schiller, D., Tockner, K., Mendoza-Lera, C., … Zoppini, A. (2018). A global analysis of terrestrial plant litter dynamics in non-perennial waterways. Nature Geoscience, 11(7), 497-503. https://doi.org/10.1038/s4156101801344

de la Fuente, M., Bonada, N., Bêche, L., Dahm, C. N., Mendez, P. K., Tockner, K., … Acuña, V. (2018). Evolutionary responses of aquatic macroinvertebrates to two contrasting flow regimes. Hydrobiologia, 808(1), 353-370. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1075001734373

He, F., Bremerich, V., Zarfl, C., Geldmann, J., Langhans, S. D., … Tockner, K., Jähnig, S. C. (2018). Freshwater megafauna diversity: Patterns, status and threats. Diversity and Distributions, 24(10), 1395-1404. https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12780

Lumsdon, A. E., Artamonov, I., Bruno, M. C., Righetti, M., Tockner, K., Tonolla, D., & Zarfl, C. (2018). Soundpeaking – Hydropeaking induced changes in river soundscapes. River Research and Applications, 34(1), 3-12. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3229

Marshall, J. C., Acuña, V., Allen, D. C., Bonada, N., Boulton, A. J., … Tockner, K., Vander Vorste, R. (2018). Protecting U.S. temporary waterways. Science, 361(6405), 856-857. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aav0839

Sánchez-Montoya, M. M., von Schiller, D., Barberá, G. G., Díaz, A. M., Arce, M. I., del Campo, R., & Tockner, K. (2018). Understanding the effects of predictability, duration, and spatial pattern of drying on benthic invertebrate assemblages in two contrasting intermittent streams. PLoS ONE, 13(3), e0193933. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193933

Shumilova, O., Tockner, K., Thieme, M., Koska, A., & Zarfl, C. (2018). Global Water Transfer Megaprojects: A Potential Solution for the Water-Food-Energy Nexus? Frontiers in Environmental Science, 6, 150. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2018.00150

Turnbull, L., Hütt M.-C., Ioannides, A. A., Kininmonth, S., Poeppl, R., Tockner, K., … Parsons, A. J. (2018). Connectivity and complex systems: learning from a multidisciplinary perspective. Applied Network Science, 3(1), 11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s4110901800672

Tydecks, L., Jeschke, J. M., Wolf, M., Singer, G., & Tockner, K. (2018). Spatial and topical imbalances in biodiversity research. PLoS ONE, 13(7), e0199327. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0199327

2017

Carrizo, S. F., Jähnig, S. C., Bremerich, V., Freyhof, J., Harrison, I., … Tockner, K., … Darwall, W. (2017). Freshwater Megafauna: Flagships for Freshwater Biodiversity under Threat. BioScience, 67(10), 919-927. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/bix099

He, F., Zarfl, C., Bremerich, V., Henshaw, A., Darwall, W., Tockner, K., & Jähnig, S.C. (2017). Disappearing giants: a review of threats to freshwater megafauna. WIREs Water, 4(3), e1208. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1208

Leigh, C., Laporte, B., Bonada, N., Fritz, K., Pella, H., … Tockner, K., Datry, T. (2017). IRBAS: An online database to collate, analyze, and synthesize data on the biodiversity and ecology of intermittent rivers worldwide. Ecology and Evolution, 7(3), 815-823. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2679

Skoulikidis, N. T., Sabater, S., Datry, T., Morais, M. M., Buffagni, A., Dörflinger, G., … Tockner, K. (2017). Non-perennial Mediterranean rivers in Europe: Status, pressures, and challenges for research and management. Science of the Total  Environment, 577, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.10.147

Sommerwerk, N., Wolter, C., Freyhof, J., & Tockner, K. (2017). Components and drivers of change in European freshwater fish faunas. Journal of Biogeography, 44(8), 1781-1790. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13019

Tockner, K., & Jeschke, J. M. (2017). Wissenschaft in Umbruchzeiten. Laborjournal, 78, 16-17. 

Tockner, K., & Jeschke, J. M. (2017). Freie und unabhängige Wissenschaft: Fundament aufgeklärter Gesellschaften. In H. Hösele & L. Wieser (Eds.), Europa. USA. 3.0: Werte, Interessen, Perspektiven (pp. 199-213).Wieser.

2016

Arora, R., Tockner, K., & Venohr, M. (2016). Changing river temperatures in northern Germany: trends and drivers of change. Hydrological Processes, 30(17), 3084-3096 https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.10849

Bismuth, C., Hansjürgens, B., Moss, T., Hoechstetter, S., Tockner, K., Yorke, V., … Yaramanci, U. (2016). Lessons Learnt, Open Research Questions and Recommendations. In R. F. Hüttl, O. Bens, C. Bismuth, & S. Hoechstetter (Eds.), Society – Water – Technology: Water Resources Development and Management (pp. 279-292). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/9783319189710_17

Gurnell, A. M., Bertoldi, W., Tockner, K., Wharton, G., & Zolezzi, G. (2016). How large is a river? Conceptualizing river landscape signatures and envelopes in four dimensions. WIREs Water, 3(3), 313-325. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1143

Hansjürgens, B., Droste, N., & Tockner, K. (2016). Neglected Values of Major Water Engineering Projects: Ecosystem Services, Social Impacts, and Economic Valuation. In R. F. Hüttl, O. Bens, C. Bismuth, & S. Hoechstetter (Eds.), Society – Water – Technology: Water Resources Development and Management (pp. 65-78). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/9783319189710_5

Jackson, M. C., Weyl, O. L. F., Altermatt, F., Durance, I., Friberg, N, … Tockner, K., … Woodward, G. (2016). Chapter Twelve – Recommendations for the Next Generation of Global Freshwater Biological Monitoring Tools. Advances in  Ecological Research, 55, 615-636. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2016.08.008

Jeschke, J. M., Kaushal, S. S., & Tockner, K. (2016, April 8). Diversifying Skills and Promoting Teamwork in Science. Eos. https://doi.org/10.1029/2016EO049417

Le, Q. N., Fujii, M., Yoshimura, C., & Tockner, K. (2016). Dissolved nitrogen release from coarse and amphipod-produced fine particulate organic matter in freshwater column. Limnology, 17(1), 33-46. https://doi.org/10.1007/s1020101504583

Sánchez‐Montoya, M. M., Moleón, M., Sánchez‐Zapata, J. A., & Tockner, K. (2016). Dry riverbeds: corridors for terrestrial vertebrates. Ecosphere, 7(10), e01508. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.1508

Sánchez‐Montoya, M. M., von Schiller, D., Ruhí, A., Pechar, G. S., Proia, L., Miñano, J., … Tockner, K. (2016). Responses of ground-dwelling arthropods to surface flow drying in channels and adjacent habitats along Mediterranean streams. Ecohydrology, 9(7), 1376-1387. https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1733

Tockner, K., Bernhardt, E. S., Koska, A., & Zarfl, C. (2016). A Global View on Future Major Water Engineering Projects. In R. F. Hüttl, O. Bens, C. Bismuth, & S. Hoechstetter (Eds.), Society – Water – Technology: Water Resources Development and Management (pp. 47-64). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/9783319189710_4

Tydecks, L., Bremerich, V., Jentschke, I., Likens, G. E., & Tockner, K. (2016). Biological Field Stations: A Global Infrastructure for Research, Education, and Public Engagement. BioScience, 66(2), 164-171. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biv174

Tydecks, L., Bremerich, V., Jentschke, I., Likens, G.E., & Tockner, K. (2016). Global Database on Biological Field Stations a pivotal infrastructure for environmental research, education and public information. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 25(3), 88-88. https://doi.org/10.1002/lob.10133

 

2015

Diener, S., Zurbrügg, C., & Tockner, K. (2015). Bioaccumulation of heavy metals in the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens and effects on its life cycle. Journal of Insects as Food and Feed, 1(4), 261-270. https://doi.org/10.3920/JIFF2015.0030

Krause, S., Lewandowski, J., Dahm, C. N., & Tockner, K. (2015). Frontiers in real-time ecohydrology – a paradigm shift in understanding complex environmental systems. Ecohydrology, 8(4), 529-537. https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1646

Rillig, M. C., Kiessling, W., Borsch, T., Ge