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    {2021}[ to top ]
    • Ruf, F., Mitesser, O., Mungwa, S. T., Horn, M., Rieger, D., Hovestadt, T., and Wegener, C. ({2021}) {Natural Zeitgebers Under Temperate Conditions Cannot Compensate for the Loss of a Functional Circadian Clock in Timing of a Vital Behavior in Drosophila}, Journal of Biological Rhythms {36}, {271–285}.
    2022[ to top ]
    • Storms, M., Jakhar, A., Mitesser, O., Jechow, A., Hölker, F., Degen, T., Hovestadt, T., and Degen, J. (2022) The rising moon promotes mate finding in moths, Commun. Biol. 28.
    • Sire, L., Y{\’a}{\~n}ez, P. S., Wang, C., B{\’e}zier, A., Courtial, B., Cours, J., Fontaneto, D., Larrieu, L., Bouget, C., Thorn, S., M{\"u}ller, J., Yu, D. W., Monaghan, M. T., Herniou, E. A., and Lopez-Vaamonde, C. (2022) Climate-induced forest dieback drives compositional changes in insect communities that are more pronounced for rare species, Communications Biology 5, 57.
    • Busse, A., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Friess, N., Hacker, H., Heidrich, L., Hilmers, T., Merkel-Wallner, G., Schmid-Egger, C., Seifert, L., and Müller, J. (2022) Light and Malaise traps tell different stories about the spatial variations in arthropod biomass and method-specific insect abundance, Insect Conservation and Diversity, Wiley.
    • Viljur, M.-L., Abella, S. R., Adámek, M., Alencar, J. B. R., Barber, N. A., Beudert, B., Burkle, L. A., Cagnolo, L., Campos, B. R., Chao, A., Chergui, B., Choi, C.-Y., Cleary, D. F. R., Davis, T. S., Dechnik-Vázquez, Y. A., Downing, W. M., Fuentes-Ramirez, A., Gandhi, K. J. K., Gehring, C., Georgiev, K. B., Gimbutas, M., Gongalsky, K. B., Gorbunova, A. Y., Greenberg, C. H., Hylander, K., Jules, E. S., Korobushkin, D. I., Köster, K., Kurth, V., Lanham, J. D., Lazarina, M., Leverkus, A. B., Lindenmayer, D., Marra, D. M., Martín-Pinto, P., Meave, J. A., Moretti, M., Nam, H.-Y., Obrist, M. K., Petanidou, T., Pons, P., Potts, S. G., Rapoport, I. B., Rhoades, P. R., Richter, C., Saifutdinov, R. A., Sanders, N. J., Santos, X., Steel, Z., Tavella, J., Wendenburg, C., Wermelinger, B., Zaitsev, A. S., and Thorn, S. (2022) The effect of natural disturbances on forest biodiversity: an ecological synthesis, Biological Reviews, Wiley.
    • Uhl, B., Krah, F.-S., Baldrian, P., Brandl, R., Hagge, J., Müller, J., Thorn, S., Vojtech, T., and Bässler, C. (2022) Snags, logs, stumps, and microclimate as tools optimizing deadwood enrichment for forest biodiversity, Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 270, 109569.
    • Aszalós, R., Thom, D., Aakala, T., Angelstam, P., Brūmelis, G., Gálhidy, L., Gratzer, G., Hlásny, T. H., Katzensteiner, K., Kovács, B., Knoke, T., Larrieu, L., Motta, R., Müller, J., Ódor, P., Roženbergar, D., Paillet, Y., Pitar, D., Standovár, T., Svoboda, M., Szwagrzyk, J., Toscani, P., and Keeton, W. S. (2022) Natural disturbance regimes as a guide for sustainable forest management in Europe, Ecological Applications, Wiley 32.
    • Ganuza, C., Redlich, S., Uhler, J., Tobisch, C., Rojas-Botero, S., Peters, M. K., Zhang, J., Benjamin, C. S., Englmeier, J., Ewald, J., Fricke, U., Haensel, M., Kollmann, J., Riebl, R., Uphus, L., Müller, J., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2022) Interactive effects of climate and land use on pollinator diversity differ among taxa and scales, Science Advances, American Association for the Advancement of Science ({AAAS}) 8.
    • Thorn, S., König, S., Fischer-Leipold, O., Gombert, J., Griese, J., and Thein, J. (2022) Temperature preferences drive additive biotic homogenization of Orthoptera assemblages, Biology Letters, The Royal Society 18.
    • Leverkus, A. B., Thorn, S., Lindenmayer, D. B., and Pausas, J. G. (2022) Tree planting goals must account for wildfires, Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science ({AAAS}) 376, 588–589.
    • Brabcová, V., Tláskal, V., Lepinay, C., Zrůstová, P., Eichlerová, I., Štursová, M., Müller, J., Brandl, R., Bässler, C., and Baldrian, P. (2022) Fungal community development in decomposing fine deadwood is largely affected by microclimate, Frontiers in Microbiology, Frontiers Media {SA} 13.
    • Lettenmaier, L., Seibold, S., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Gruppe, A., Müller, J., and Hagge, J. (2022) Beetle diversity is higher in sunny forests due to higher microclimatic heterogeneity in deadwood, Oecologia, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 198, 825–834.
    • Kortmann, M., Roth, N., Buse, J., Hilszczański, J., Jaworski, T., Morinière, J., Seidl, R., Thorn, S., and Müller, J. (2022) Arthropod dark taxa provide new insights into diversity responses to bark beetle infestations, Ecological Applications, Wiley 32.
    • Krah, F.-S., Hagge, J., Schreiber, J., Brandl, R., M{\"u}ller, J., and B{\"a}ssler, C. (2022) Fungal fruit body assemblages are tougher in harsh microclimates, Scientific Reports 12, 1633.
    • Sire, L., Yáñez, P. S., Wang, C., B{\’{e}}zier, A., Courtial, B., Cours, J., Fontaneto, D., Larrieu, L., Bouget, C., Thorn, S., Müller, J., Yu, D. W., Monaghan, M. T., Herniou, E. A., and Lopez-Vaamonde, C. (2022) Climate-induced forest dieback drives compositional changes in insect communities that are more pronounced for rare species, Communications Biology, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 5.
    • Krah, F.-S., Hagge, J., Schreiber, J., Brandl, R., Müller, J., and Bässler, C. (2022) Fungal fruit body assemblages are tougher in harsh microclimates, Scientific Reports, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 12.
    2021[ to top ]
    • Burner, R. C., Birkemoe, T., Stephan, J. G., Drag, L., Muller, J., Ovaskainen, O., Potterf, M., Skarpaas, O., Snall, T., and Sverdrup-Thygeson, A. (2021) Choosy beetles: How host trees and southern boreal forest naturalness may determine dead wood beetle communities, Forest Ecology and Management 487.
    • Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Müller, J., Krah, F. S., Reinelt, A., and Halbwachs, H. (2021) Global analysis reveals an environmentally driven latitudinal pattern in mushroom size across fungal species, Ecology Letters.
    • Helfrich-Förster, C., Monecke, S., Spiousas, I., Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., and Wehr, T. (2021) Women temporarily synchronize their menstrual cycles with the luminance and gravimetric cycles of the Moon, Science Advances 7, eabe1358.
    • Leverkus, A. B., Thorn, S., Gustafsson, L., Noss, R., Müller, J., Pausas, J. G., and Lindenmayer, D. B. (2021) Environmental policies to cope with novel disturbance regimes – steps to address a world scientists’ warning to humanity, Environmental Research Letters.
    • Uhler, J., Redlich, S., Zhang, J., Hothorn, T., Tobisch, C., Ewald, J., Thorn, S., Seibold, S., Mitesser, O., Morini{\`e}re, J., and others. (2021) Relationship of insect biomass and richness with land use along a climate gradient, Nature communications, Nature Publishing Group 12, 1–9.
    • Bae, S., M{\"u}ller, J., F{\"o}rster, B., Hilmers, T., Hochrein, S., Jacobs, M., Leroy, B. M., Pretzsch, H., Weisser, W. W., and Mitesser, O. (2021) Tracking the temporal dynamics of insect defoliation by high-resolution radar satellite data, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Wiley Online Library.
    • Fahrig, L., Watling, J. I., Arnillas, C. A., Arroyo-Rodríguez, V., Jörger-Hickfang, T., Müller, J., Pereira, H. M., Riva, F., Rösch, V., Seibold, S., Tscharntke, T., and May, F. (2021) Resolving the SLOSS dilemma for biodiversity conservation: a research agenda, Biological Reviews, Wiley 97, 99–114.
    • Kortmann, M., Müller, J. C., Baier, R., Bässler, C., Buse, J., Cholewińska, O., Förschler, M. I., Georgiev, K. B., Hilszczański, J., Jaroszewicz, B., Jaworski, T., Kaufmann, S., Kuijper, D., Lorz, J., Lotz, A., Łubek, A., Mayer, M., Mayerhofer, S., Meyer, S., Morinière, J., Popa, F., Reith, H., Roth, N., Seibold, S., Seidl, R., Stengel, E., Wolski, G. J., and Thorn, S. (2021) Ecology versus society: Impacts of bark beetle infestations on biodiversity and restorativeness in protected areas of Central Europe, Biological Conservation 254.
    • Simons, N. K., Felipe-Lucia, M. R., Schall, P., Ammer, C., Bauhus, J., Blüthgen, N., Boch, S., Buscot, F., Fischer, M., Goldmann, K., Gossner, M. M., Hänsel, F., Jung, K., Manning, P., Nauss, T., Oelmann, Y., Pena, R., Polle, A., Renner, S. C., Schloter, M., Schöning, I., Schulze, E.-D., Solly, E. F., Sorkau, E., Stempfhuber, B., Wubet, T., Müller, J., Seibold, S., and Weisser, W. W. (2021) National Forest Inventories capture the multifunctionality of managed forests in Germany, Forest Ecosystems, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 8.
    • Cours, J., Larrieu, L., Lopez-Vaamonde, C., Müller, J., Parmain, G., Thorn, S., and Bouget, C. (2021) Contrasting responses of habitat conditions and insect biodiversity to pest- or climate-induced dieback in coniferous mountain forests, Forest Ecology and Management 482.
    2020[ to top ]
    • Doerfler, I., Cadotte, M. W., Weisser, W. W., Müller, J., Gossner, M. M., Heibl, C., Bässler, C., Thorn, S., and Seibold, S. (2020) Restoration‐oriented forest management affects community assembly patterns of deadwood‐dependent organisms, Journal of Applied Ecology.
    • Leverkus, A. B., Thorn, S., Lindenmayer, D. B., and Pausas, J. G. (2020) Wildfire debate needs science, not politics, Science (Sills, J., Ed.), American Association for the Advancement of Science 370, 416–417.
    • Scheiner, R., Frantzmann, F., Jäger, M., Mitesser, O., Helfrich-Förster, C., and Pauls, D. (2020) A Novel Thermal-Visual Place Learning Paradigm for Honeybees (Apis mellifera), Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 56.
    • Leverkus, A. B., Buma, B., Wagenbrenner, J., Burton, P. J., Lingua, E., Marzano, R., and Thorn, S. (2020) Tamm review: Does salvage logging mitigate subsequent forest disturbances?, Forest Ecology and Management 481, 118721.
    • Georgiev, K. B., Chao, A., Castro, J., Chen, Y.-H., Choi, C.-Y., Fontaine, J. B., Hutto, R. L., Lee, E.-J., Müller, J., Rost, J., Zmihorski, M., and Thorn, S. (2020) Salvage logging changes the taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional successional trajectories of forest bird communities, Journal of Applied Ecology.
    • van Beeck Calkoen, S. T., Mühlbauer, L., Andrén, H., Apollonio, M., Balčiauskas, L., Belotti, E., Carranza, J., Cottam, J., Filli, F., Gatiso, T. T., Hetherington, D., Karamanlidis, A. A., Krofel, M., Kuehl, H. S., Linnell, J. D., Müller, J., Ozolins, J., Premier, J., Ranc, N., Schmidt, K., Zlatanova, D., Bachmann, M., Fonseca, C., lonescu, O., Nyman, M., Šprem, N., Sunde, P., Tannik, M., and Heurich, M. (2020) Ungulate management in European national parks: Why a more integrated European policy is needed, Journal of Environmental Management 260, 110068.
    • Thom, D., Sommerfeld, A., Sebald, J., Hagge, J., Müller, J., and Seidl, R. (2020) Effects of disturbance patterns and deadwood on the microclimate in European beech forests, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 291, 108066.
    • Rabl, D., Gottsberger, B., Brehm, G., Hofhansl, F., and Fiedler, K. (2020) Moth assemblages in Costa Rica rain forest mirror small‐scale topographic heterogeneity, Biotropica.
    • Leverkus, A. B., Gustafsson, L., Lindenmayer, D. B., Castro, J., Rey Benayas, J. M., Ranius, T., and Thorn, S. (2020) Salvage logging effects on regulating ecosystem services and fuel loads, Frontiers in Ecology and Environment.
    • Kim, D.-I., Park, I.-K., Bae, S.-Y., Fong, J. J., Zhang, Y.-P., Li, S.-R., Ota, H., Kim, J.-S., and Park, D.-S. (2020) Prediction of present and future distribution of the Schlegel’s Japanese gecko (Gekko japonicus) using MaxEnt modeling, Journal of Ecology and Environment 44.
    • Franke, S., Brandl, R., Heibl, C., Mattivi, A., Müller, J., Pinkert, S., and Thorn, S. (2020) Predicting regional hotspots of phylogenetic diversity across multiple species groups, Diversity and Distributions 26.
    • Thorn, S., Chao, A., Georgiev, K. B., Müller, J., Bässler, C., Campbell, J. L., Castro, J., Chen, Y.-H., Choi, C.-Y., Cobb, T. P., Donato, D. C., Durska, E., Macdonald, E., Feldhaar, H., Fontaine, J. B., Fornwalt, P. J., Hernández, R. M. H., Hutto, R. L., Koivula, M., Lee, E.-J., Lindenmayer, D., Mikusiński, G., Obrist, M. K., Perlík, M., Rost, J., Waldron, K., Wermelinger, B., Weiß, I., Żmihorski, M., and Leverkus, A. B. (2020) Estimating retention benchmarks for salvage logging to protect biodiversity, Nature Communications 11.
    • Sommerfeld, A., Rammer, W., Heurich, M., Hilmers, T., Müller, J., and Seidl, R. (2020) Do bark beetle outbreaks amplify or dampen future bark beetle disturbances in Central Europe?, Journal of Ecology.
    • Thorn, S., Seibold, S., Leverkus, A. B., Michler, T., Müller, J., F., N. R., Stork, N., Vogel, S., and Lindenmayer, D. B. (2020) The living dead: acknowledging life after tree death to stop forest degradation, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18.
    • Vogel, S., Bussler, H., Finnberg, S., Müller, J., Stengel, E., and Thorn, S. (2020) Diversity and conservation of saproxylic beetles in 42 European tree species: an experimental approach using early successional stages of branches, Insect Conservation and Diversity.
    • Franke, S., Brandl, R., Heibl, C., Mattivi, A., Müller, J., Pinkert, S., and Thorn, S. (2020) Predicting regional hotspots of phylogenetic diversity across multiple species groups, Diversity and Distributions (Franzén, M., Ed.).
    • Heidrich, L., Bae, S., Levick, S., Seibold, S., Weisser, W., Krzystek, P., Magdon, P., Nauss, T., Schall, P., Serebryanyk, A., Wöllauer, S., Ammer, C., Bässler, C., Doerfler, I., Fischer, M., Gossner, M. M., Heurich, M., Hothorn, T., Jung, K., Kreft, H., Schulze, E.-D., Simons, N., Thorn, S., and Müller, J. (2020) Heterogeneity-diversity relationships differ between and within trophic levels in temperate forests, Nature ecology & evolution.
    • Hardulak, L. A., Morinière, J., Hausmann, A., Hendrich, L., Schmidt, S., Doczkal, D., Müller, J., Hebert, P. D. N., and Haszprunar, G. (2020) DNA metabarcoding for biodiversity monitoring in a national park: Screening for invasive and pest species, Molecular Ecology Resources.
    • Müller, J., Ulyshen, M., Seibold, S., Cadotte, M., Chao, A., Bässler, C., Vogel, S., Hagge, J., Weiß, I., Baldrian, P., Tláskal, V., and Thorn, S. (2020) Primary determinants of communities in deadwood vary among taxa but are regionally consistent, Oikos.
    • KAZERANI, F., MORTELMANS, J., FARASHIANI, M. E., and THORN, S. (2020) A new species of Pherbellia (Diptera: Sciomyzidae) from Iran, Zootaxa, Magnolia Press 4772, 361–370.
    • Viljur, M.-L., Tiitsaar, A., Gimbutas, M., Kaasik, A., Valdma, D., Ounap, E., Tammaru, T., and Teder, T. (2020) Conserving woodland butterflies in managed forests: Both local and landscape factors matter, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 462, 118002.
    • Stiegler, J., von Hoermann, C., Müller, J., Benbow, M. E., and Heurich, M. (2020) Carcass provisioning for scavenger conservation in a temperate forest ecosystem, Ecosphere 11.
    • Kozák, D., Svitok, M., Wiezik, M., Mikoláš, M., Thorn, S., Buechling, A., Hofmeister, J., Matula, B., Trotsiuk, V., Bače, R., Begovič, K., Čada, V., Dušátko, M., Frankovič, M., Horák, J., Janda, P., Kameniar, O., Nagel, T. A., Pettit, J. L., Pettit, J. M., Synek, M., Wieziková, A., and Svoboda, M. (2020) Historical Disturbances Determine Current Taxonomic, Functional and Phylogenetic Diversity of Saproxylic Beetle Communities in Temperate Primary Forests, Ecosystems.
    • Vogel, S., Gossner, M. M., Mergner, U., Müller, J., and Thorn, S. (2020) Optimizing enrichment of deadwood for biodiversity by varying sun exposure and tree species: an experimental approach, Journal of Applied Ecology.
    • Roth, N., Zoder, S., Ali Zaman, A., Thorn, S., and Schmidl, J. (2020) Long‐term monitoring reveals decreasing water beetle diversity, loss of specialists and community shifts over the past 28 years, Insect Conservation and Diversity 13, 140–150.
    • Didham, R. K., Basset, Y., Collins, C. M., Leather, S. R., Littlewood, N. A., Menz, M. H. M., Müller, J., Packer, L., Saunders, M. E., Schönrogge, K., Stewart, A. J., Yanoviak, S. P., and Hassall, C. (2020) Interpreting insect declines: seven challenges and a way forward, Insect Conservation and Diversity 13.
    • Chao, A., Kubota, Y., Zeleny, D., Chiu, C.-H., Li, C.-F., Kusumoto, B., Yasuhara, M., Thorn, S., Wei, C.-L., Costello, M. J., and Colwell, R. K. (2020) Quantifying sample completeness and comparing diversities among assemblages, Ecological Research 35, 292–314.
    • Peters, M. K., Classen, A., Müller, J., and Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2020) Increasing the phylogenetic coverage for understanding broad-scale diversity gradients, Oecologia.
    • Rafiei Jahed, R., Kavousi, M. R., Farashiani, M. E., Sagheb-Talebi, K., Babanezhad, M., Courbaud, B., Wirtz, R., Müller, J., and Larrieu, L. (2020) A Comparison of the Formation Rates and Composition of Tree-Related Microhabitats in Beech-Dominated Primeval Carpathian and Hyrcanian Forests, Forests, {MDPI} {AG} 11, 144.
    • Thorn, S., Chao, A., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Chen, Y.-H., Georgiev, K. B., Heibl, C., Müller, J., Schäfer, H., and Bässler, C. (2020) Rare species, functional groups, and evolutionary lineages drive successional trajectories in disturbed forests, Ecology, Wiley.
    • Micó, E., Ramilo, P., Thorn, S., Müller, J., Galante, E., and Carmona, C. P. (2020) Contrasting functional structure of saproxylic beetle assemblages associated to different microhabitats, Scientific Reports 10, 1520.
    2019[ to top ]
    • Bae, S., Levick, S. R., Heidrich, L., Magdon, P., Leutner, B. F., Wöllauer, S., Serebryanyk, A., Nauss, T., Krzystek, P., Gossner, M. M., Schall, P., Heibl, C., Bässler, C., Dörfler, I., Schulze, E.-D., Krah, F.-S., Culmsee, H., Jung, K., Heurich, M., Fischer, M., Seibold, S., Thorn, S., Gerlach, T., Hothorn, T., Weisser, W. W., and Müller, J. (2019) Radar vision in the mapping of forest biodiversity from space, Nature Communications 10.
    • Eisenhauer, N., Schielzeth, H., Barnes, A. D., Barry, K. E., Bonn, A., Brose, U., Bruelheide, H., Buchmann, N., Buscot, F., Ebeling, A., Ferlian, O., Freschet, G. T., Giling, D. P., Hättenschwiler, S., Hillebrand, H., Hines, J., Isbell, F., Koller-France, E., König-Ries, B., de Kroon, H., Meyer, S. T., Milcu, A., Müller, J., Nock, C. A., Petermann, J. S., Roscher, C., Scherber, C., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Schmid, B., Schnitzer, S. A., Schuldt, A., Tscharntke, T., Türke, M., van Dam, N. M., van der Plas, F., Vogel, A., Wagg, C., Wardle, D. A., Weigelt, A., Weisser, W. W., Wirth, C., and Jochum, M. (2019) A multitrophic perspective on biodiversity–ecosystem functioning research. In Advances in Ecological Research, pp. 1–54, Elsevier.
    • Thorn, S., M{\"u}ller, J., and Leverkus, A. B. (2019) Preventing European forest diebacks, Science (Sills, J., Ed.), American Association for the Advancement of Science 365, 1388–1388.
    • Horn, M., Mitesser, O., Hovestadt, T., Yoshii, T., Rieger, D., and Helfrich-Förster, C. (2019) The Circadian Clock Improves Fitness in the Fruit Fly, Drosophila melanogaster, Frontiers in Physiology 10, 1374.
    • Hagge, J., Müller, J., Bässler, C., Biebl, S. S., Brandl, R., Drexler, M., Gruppe, A., Hotes, S., Hothorn, T., Langhammer, P., Stark, H., Wirtz, R., Zimmerer, V., and Mysterud, A. (2019) Deadwood retention in forests lowers short-term browsing pressure on silver fir saplings by overabundant deer, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 451.
    • Biedermann, P. H., Müller, J., Gr{\’{e}}goire, J.-C., Gruppe, A., Hagge, J., Hammerbacher, A., Hofstetter, R. W., Kandasamy, D., Kolarik, M., Kostovcik, M., Krokene, P., Sall{\’{e}}, A., Six, D. L., Turrini, T., Vanderpool, D., Wingfield, M. J., and Bässler, C. (2019) Bark Beetle Population Dynamics in the Anthropocene: Challenges and Solutions, Trends in Ecology {\&} Evolution, Elsevier {BV} 34, 914–924.
    • Hagge, J., Bässler, C., Gruppe, A., Hoppe, B., Kellner, H., Krah, F.-S., Müller, J., Seibold, S., Stengel, E., and Thorn, S. (2019) Bark coverage shifts assembly processes of microbial decomposer communities in dead wood, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, The Royal Society 286, 20191744.
    • Seibold, S., Gossner, M. M., Simons, N. K., Blüthgen, N., Müller, J., Ambarl{\i}, D., Ammer, C., Bauhus, J., Fischer, M., Habel, J. C., Linsenmair, K. E., Nauss, T., Penone, C., Prati, D., Schall, P., Schulze, E.-D., Vogt, J., Wöllauer, S., and Weisser, W. W. (2019) Arthropod decline in grasslands and forests is associated with landscape-level drivers, Nature, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 574, 671–674.
    • Streinzer, M., Roth, N., Paulus, H. F., and Spaethe, J. (2019) Color preference and spatial distribution of glaphyrid beetles suggest a key role in the maintenance of the color polymorphism in the peacock anemone (Anemone pavonina, Ranunculaceae) in Northern Greece, Journal of Comparative Physiology A 205, 735–743.
    • Vogt, J., Klaus, V., Both, S., Fürstenau, C., Gockel, S., Gossner, M., Heinze, J., Hemp, A., Hölzel, N., Jung, K., Kleinebecker, T., Lauterbach, R., Lorenzen, K., Ostrowski, A., Otto, N., Prati, D., Renner, S., Schumacher, U., Seibold, S., Simons, N., Steitz, I., Teuscher, M., Thiele, J., Weithmann, S., Wells, K., Wiesner, K., Ayasse, M., Blüthgen, N., Fischer, M., and Weisser, W. (2019) Eleven years’ data of grassland management in Germany, Biodiversity Data Journal, Pensoft Publishers 7.
    • Leroy, B. M. L., Gossner, M. M., Lauer, F. P. M., Petercord, R., Seibold, S., Jaworek, J., and Weisser, W. W. (2019) Assessing Insecticide Effects in Forests: A Tree-Level Approach Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Journal of Economic Entomology (Sullivan, B., Ed.), Oxford University Press ({OUP}) 112, 2686–2694.
    • Hovestadt, T., Thomas, J. A., Mitesser, O., and Schönrogge, K. (2019) Multiple host use and the dynamics of host switching in host{\textendash}parasite systems, Insect Conservation and Diversity, Wiley.
    • Chao, A., Colwell, R. K., Gotelli, N. J., and Thorn, S. (2019) Proportional mixture of two rarefaction/extrapolation curves to forecast biodiversity changes under landscape transformation, Ecology Letters (Munch, S., Ed.), Wiley 22, 1913–1922.
    • Heinze, J., Simons, N. K., Seibold, S., Wacker, A., Weithoff, G., Gossner, M. M., Prati, D., Bezemer, T. M., and Joshi, J. (2019) The relative importance of plant-soil feedbacks for plant-species performance increases with decreasing intensity of herbivory, Oecologia 190, 651–664.
    • Krah, F.-S., Büntgen, U., Schaefer, H., Müller, J., Andrew, C., Boddy, L., Diez, J., Egli, S., Freckleton, R., Gange, A. C., Halvorsen, R., Heegaard, E., Heideroth, A., Heibl, C., Heilmann-Clausen, J., H{\o}iland, K., Kar, R., Kauserud, H., Kirk, P. M., Kuyper, T. W., Krisai-Greilhuber, I., Norden, J., Papastefanou, P., Senn-Irlet, B., and Bässler, C. (2019) European mushroom assemblages are darker in cold climates, Nature Communications, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 10.
    • Hagge, J., Seibold, S., and Gruppe, A. (2019) Beetle biodiversity in anthropogenic landscapes with a focus on spruce plantations, Christmas tree plantations and maize fields, Journal of Insect Conservation 23, 565–572.
    • Seibold, S., Müller, J., Baldrian, P., Cadotte, M. W., {\v{S}}tursov{\’{a}}, M., Biedermann, P. H., Krah, F.-S., and Bässler, C. (2019) Fungi associated with beetles dispersing from dead wood - Let’s take the beetle bus!, Fungal Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 39, 100–108.
    • Sandström, J., Bernes, C., Junninen, K., L{\~{o}}hmus, A., Macdonald, E., Müller, J., and Jonsson, B. G. (2019) Impacts of dead wood manipulation on the biodiversity of temperate and boreal forests. A systematic review, Journal of Applied Ecology (Mukul, S., Ed.), Wiley 56, 1770–1781.
    • Hagge, J., Abrego, N., Bässler, C., Bouget, C., Brin, A., Brustel, H., Christensen, M., Gossner, M. M., Heilmann-Clausen, J., Hor{\’{a}}k, J., Gruppe, A., Isacsson, G., Köhler, F., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., Schlaghamersky, J., Thorn, S., Zapponi, L., and Müller, J. (2019) Congruent patterns of functional diversity in saproxylic beetles and fungi across European beech forests, Journal of Biogeography, Wiley 46, 1054–1065.
    • Leidinger, J., Seibold, S., Weisser, W. W., Lange, M., Schall, P., Türke, M., and Gossner, M. M. (2019) Effects of forest management on herbivorous insects in temperate Europe, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 437, 232–245.
    • Hl{\’{a}}sny, T., Krokene, P., Liebhold, A., Montagn{\’{e}}-Huck, C., Müller, J., Qin, H., Raffa, K., Schelhaas, M.-J., Seidl, R., Svoboda, M., and Viiri, H. (2019, April) Living with bark beetles: impacts, outlook and management options, European Forest Institute.
    • Viljur, M.-L., Relve, A., Gimbutas, M., Kaasik, A., and Teder, T. (2019) Dispersal of open-habitat butterflies in managed forest landscapes: are colonisers special?, Journal of Insect Conservation 23, 259–267.
    • Thorn, S., Leverkus, A. B., Thorn, C. J., and Beudert, B. (2019) Education and knowledge determine preference for bark beetle control measures in El Salvador, Journal of Environmental Management, Elsevier {BV} 232, 138–144.
    • Leonhardt, S., Hoppe, B., Stengel, E., Noll, L., Moll, J., Bässler, C., Dahl, A., Buscot, F., Hofrichter, M., and Kellner, H. (2019) Molecular fungal community and its decomposition activity in sapwood and heartwood of 13 temperate European tree species, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 14, 1–21.
    • Chao, A., Chiu, C.-H., Vill{\’{e}}ger, S., Sun, I.-F., Thorn, S., Lin, Y.-C., Chiang, J.-M., and Sherwin, W. B. (2019) An attribute-diversity approach to functional diversity, functional beta diversity, and related (dis)similarity measures, Ecological Monographs, Wiley 89, e01343.
    • Friess, N., Müller, J. C., Aramendi, P., Bässler, C., Brändle, M., Bouget, C., Brin, A., Bussler, H., Georgiev, K. B., Gil, R., Gossner, M. M., Heilmann-Clausen, J., Isacsson, G., Kri{\v{s}}t{\’{\i}}n, A., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., Magnanou, E., Maringer, A., Mergner, U., Mikol{\’{a}}{\v{s}}, M., Opgenoorth, L., Schmidl, J., Svoboda, M., Thorn, S., Vandekerkhove, K., Vrezec, A., Wagner, T., Winter, M.-B., Zapponi, L., Brandl, R., and Seibold, S. (2019) Arthropod communities in fungal fruitbodies are weakly structured by climate and biogeography across European beech forests, Diversity and Distributions (Traveset, A., Ed.), Wiley 25, 783–796.
    • Castro, A., Drag, and L., Cizek, L., Fern{\’{a}}ndez, J., and and. (2019) Rosalia alpina adults (Linnaeus, 1758) (Insecta, Coleoptera) avoid direct sunlight, Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, Consorci del Museu de Ciencies Naturals de Barcelona 42, 59–63.
    2018[ to top ]
    • Volf, M., Holec, M., Holcov{\’a}, D., Jaro{\vs}, P., Hejda, R., Drag, L., Bl{\’i}zek, J., {\vS}ebek, P., and {\vC}{\’i}{\vz}ek, L. (2018) Microhabitat mosaics are key to the survival of an endangered ground beetle (Carabus nitens) in its post-industrial refugia, Journal of Insect Conservation 22, 321–328.
    • Viljur, M.-L., and Teder, T. (2018) Disperse or die: Colonisation of transient open habitats in production forests is only weakly dispersal-limited in butterflies, Biological Conservation 218, 32–40.
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Liebig, J., Mitesser, O., and Poethke, H. J. (2018) Eusociality outcompetes egalitarian and solitary strategies when resources are limited and reproduction is costly, Ecology and Evolution.
    • Milotić, T., Baltzinger, C., Eichberg, C., Eycott, A. E., Heurich, M., Müller, J., Noriega, J. A., Menendez, R., Stadler, J., Ádám, R., Bargmann, T., Bilger, I., Buse, J., Calatayud, J., Ciubuc, C., Boros, G., Hauso, M., Jay-Robert, P., Kruus, M., Merivee, E., Miessen, G., Must, A., Ardali, E., Preda, E., Rahimi, I., Rohwedder, D., Rose, R., Slade, E. M., Somay, L., Tahmasebi, P., Ziani, S., and Hoffmann, M. (2018) Dung beetle assemblages, dung removal and secondary seed dispersal: data from a large-scale, multi-site experiment in the Western Palaearctic, Frontiers of Biogeography 10.
    • Lachat, T., and Müller, J. (2018) Importance of Primary Forests for the Conservation of Saproxylic Insects. In Saproxylic Insects: Diversity, Ecology and Conservation (Ulyshen, M. D., Ed.), pp. 581–605, Springer International Publishing, Cham.
    • Seibold, S., and Thorn, S. (2018) The Importance of Dead-Wood Amount for Saproxylic Insects and How It Interacts with Dead-Wood Diversity and Other Habitat Factors. In Saproxylic Insects: Diversity, Ecology and Conservation (Ulyshen, M. D., Ed.), pp. 607–637, Springer International Publishing, Cham.
    • Gerdzhikov, G. P., Georgiev, K. B., Plachiyski, D. G., Zlatanov, T., and Shurulinkov, P. S. (2018) Habitat Requirements of the White-backed Woodpecker Dendrocopos leucotos lilfordi (Sharpe & Dresser, 1871) (Piciformes: Picidae) in Strandzha Mountain, Bulgaria, Acta Zoologica Bulgarica 70, 527–534.
    • Doerfler, I., Gossner, M. M., Müller, J., Seibold, S., and Weisser, W. W. (2018) Deadwood enrichment combining integrative and segregative conservation elements enhances biodiversity of multiple taxa in managed forests, Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 228, 70–78.
    • Zielewska-Büttner, K., Heurich, M., Müller, J., and Braunisch, V. (2018) Remotely Sensed Single Tree Data Enable the Determination of Habitat Thresholds for the Three-Toed Woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus), Remote Sensing, {MDPI} {AG} 10.
    • Roth, N., Doerfler, I., Bässler, C., Blaschke, M., Bussler, H., Gossner, M. M., Heideroth, A., Thorn, S., Weisser, W. W., and Müller, J. (2018) Decadal effects of landscape‐wide enrichment of dead wood on saproxylic organisms in beech forests of different historic management intensity, Diversity and Distributions 25.
    • Penone, C., Allan, E., Soliveres, S., Felipe-Lucia, M. R., Gossner, M. M., Seibold, S., Simons, N. K., Schall, P., Plas, F., Manning, P., Manzanedo, R. D., Boch, S., Prati, D., Ammer, C., Bauhus, J., Buscot, F., Ehbrecht, M., Goldmann, K., Jung, K., Müller, J., Müller, J. C., Pena, R., Polle, A., Renner, S. C., Ruess, L., Schönig, I., Schrumpf, M., Solly, E. F., Tschapka, M., Weisser, W. W., Wubet, T., and Fischer, M. (2018) Specialisation and diversity of multiple trophic groups are promoted by different forest features, Ecology Letters (Lawler, J., Ed.), Wiley 22, 170–180.
    • Milotić, T., Baltzinger, C., Eichberg, C., Eycott, A. E., Heurich, M., Müller, J., Noriega, J. A., Menendez, R., Stadler, J., Ádám, R., Bargmann, T., Bilger, I., Buse, J., Calatayud, J., Ciubuc, C., Boros, G., Jay-Robert, P., Kruus, M., Merivee, E., Miessen, G., Must, A., Ardali, E., Preda, E., Rahimi, I., Rohwedder, D., Rose, R., Slade, E. M., Somay, L., Tahmasebi, P., Ziani, S., and Hoffmann, M. (2018) Functionally richer communities improve ecosystem functioning: Dung removal and secondary seed dispersal by dung beetles in the Western Palaearctic, Journal of Biogeography 46.
    • Ammer, C., Fichtner, A., Fischer, A., Gossner, M. M., Meyer, P., Seidl, R., Thomas, F. M., Annighöfer, P., Kreyling, J., Ohse, B., Berger, U., Feldmann, E., Häberle, K.-H., Heer, K., Heinrichs, S., Huth, F., Krämer-Klement, K., Mölder, A., Müller, J., Mund, M., Opgenoorth, L., Schall, P., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Seidel, D., Vogt, J., and Wagner, S. (2018) Key ecological research questions for Central European forests, Basic and Applied Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 32, 3–25.
    • Hagge, J., Leibl, F., Müller, J., Plechinger, M., Soutinho, J. G., and Thorn, S. (2018) Reconciling pest control, nature conservation, and recreation in coniferous forests, Conservation Letters, Wiley 12, e12615.
    • Seibold, S., Cadotte, M. W., MacIvor, J. S., Thorn, S., and Müller, J. (2018) The Necessity of Multitrophic Approaches in Community Ecology, Trends in Ecology {\&} Evolution, Elsevier {BV} 33, 754–764.
    • Drag, L., Hauck, D., Rican, O., Schmitt, T., Shovkoon, D. F., Godunko, R. J., Curletti, G., and 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.
    • Kortmann, M., Heurich, M., Latifi, H., Rösner, S., Seidl, R., Müller, J., and Thorn, S. (2018) Forest structure following natural disturbances and early succession provides habitat for two avian flagship species, capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) and hazel grouse (Tetrastes bonasia), Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 226, 81–91.
    • Biedermann, P. H. W., Gr{\’{e}}goire, J.-C., Gruppe, A., Hagge, J., Hammerbacher, A., Hofstetter, R., Kandasamy, D., Kolarik, M., Kostovcik, M., Krokene, P., Müller, J., Sall{\’{e}}, A., Six, D. L., Turrini, T., Vanderpool, D., Wingfield, M., and Bässler, C. (2018) Bark Beetle Population Dynamics in the Anthropocene: Challenges and Solutions, {MDPI} {AG}.
    • Thorn, S., F{\"o}rster, B., Heibl, C., M{\"u}ller, J., and B{\"a}ssler, C. (2018) Influence of macroclimate and local conservation measures on taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic diversities of saproxylic beetles and wood-inhabiting fungi, Biodiversity and Conservation 27, 3119–3135.
    • Leverkus, A. B., Benayas, J. M. R., Castro, J., Boucher, D., Brewer, S., Collins, B. M., Donato, D., Fraver, S., Kishchuk, B. E., Lee, E.-J., Lindenmayer, D. B., Lingua, E., Macdonald, E., Marzano, R., Rhoades, C. C., Royo, A., Thorn, S., Wagenbrenner, J. W., Waldron, K., Wohlgemuth, T., and Gustafsson, L. (2018) Salvage logging effects on regulating and supporting ecosystem services - a systematic map, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Canadian Science Publishing 48, 983–1000.
    • Bae, S., Müller, J., Lee, D., Vierling, K. T., Vogeler, J. C., Vierling, L. A., Hudak, A. T., Latifi, H., and Thorn, S. (2018) Taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic diversity of bird assemblages are oppositely associated to productivity and heterogeneity in temperate forests, Remote Sensing of Environment, Elsevier {BV} 215, 145–156.
    • Leverkus, A. B., Lindenmayer, D. B., Thorn, S., and Gustafsson, L. (2018) Salvage logging in the world’s forests: Interactions between natural disturbance and logging need recognition, Global Ecology and Biogeography, Wiley 27, 1140–1154.
    • Hovestadt, T., Degen, T., and Mitesser, O. (2018) Suitable triggers for timing the transition from worker to sexual production in annual eusocial insects, Insectes Sociaux.
    • Müller, J., Varandi, H. B., Babaii, M. R., Farashiani, M. E., Sageb-Talebi, K., Lange, F., Gossner, M. M., Jarzabek-Müller, A., Roth, N., Thorn, S., and Seibold, S. (2018) The diversity of saproxylic insects (Coleoptera, Heteroptera) on four tree species of the Hyrcanian forest in Iran, Journal of Insect Conservation 22, 607–625.
    • Moll, J., Kellner, H., Leonhardt, S., Stengel, E., Dahl, A., Bässler, C., Buscot, F., Hofrichter, M., and Hoppe, B. (2018) Bacteria inhabiting deadwood of 13 tree species are heterogeneously distributed between sapwood and heartwood, Environmental Microbiology 20.
    • Cuadros-Casanova, I., Zamora, C., Ulrich, W., Seibold, S., and Habel, J. C. (2018) Empty forests: safeguarding a sinking flagship in a biodiversity hotspot, Biodiversity and Conservation 27, 2495–2506.
    • Hilmers, T., Friess, N., Bässler, C., Heurich, M., Brandl, R., Pretzsch, H., Seidl, R., and Müller, J. (2018) Biodiversity along temperate forest succession, Journal of Applied Ecology (Butt, N., Ed.), Wiley 55, 2756–2766.
    • Georgiev, K. B., Thorn, S., Zlatanov, T., Nikolov, B. P., Shurulinkov, P., Daskalova, G., and Gottschalk, T. K. (2018) Evaluating the importance of managed forests as habitat for the Semi-collared Flycatcher (Ficedula semitorquata), Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 419-420, 123–129.
    • Dornelas, M., Antao, L. H., Moyes, F., Bates, A. E., Magurran, A. E., Adam, D., Akhmetzhanova, A. A., Appeltans, W., Arcos, J. M., Arnold, H., Ayyappan, N., Badihi, G., Baird, A. H., Barbosa, M., Barreto, T. E., Bässler, C., Bellgrove, A., Belmaker, J., Benedetti‐Cecchi, L., Bett, B. J., Bjorkman, A. D., Błażewicz, M., Blowes, S. A., Bloch, C. P., Bonebrake, T. C., Boyd, S., Bradford, M., Brooks, A. J., Brown, J. H., Bruelheide, H., Budy, P., Carvalho, F., Castañeda‐Moya, E., Chen, C. A., Chamblee, J. F., Chase, T. J., Siegwart Collier, L., Collinge, S. K., Condit, R., Cooper, E. J., Cornelissen, J. H. C., Cotano, U., Crow, S. K., Damasceno, G., Davies, C. H., Davis, R. A., Day, F. P., Degraer, S., Doherty, T. S., Dunn, T. E., Durigan, G., Duffy, J. E., Edelist, D., Edgar, G. J., Elahi, R., Elmendorf, S. C., Enemar, A., Ernest, S. K. M., Escribano, R., Estiarte, M., Evans, B. S., Fan, T.-Y., Farah, F. T., Fernandes, L. L., Farneda, F. Z., Fidelis, A., Fitt, R., Fosaa, A. M., Franco, G. A. D. C., Frank, G. E., Fraser, W. R., García, H., Gatti, R. C., Givan, O., Gorgone‐Barbosa, E., Gould, W. A., Gries, C., Grossman, G. D., Gutierréz, J. R., Hale, S., Harmon, M. E., Harte, J., Haskins, G., Henshaw, D. L., Hermanutz, L., Hidalgo, P., Higuchi, P., Hoey, A., Van Hoey, G., Hofgaard, A., Holeck, K., Hollister, R. D., Holmes, R., Hoogenboom, M., Hsieh, C.- hao, Hubbell, S. P., Huettmann, F., Huffard, C. L., Hurlbert, A. H., Ivanauskas, N. M., Janík, D., Jandt, U., Jażdżewska, A., Johannessen, T., Johnstone, J., Jones, J., Jones, F. A. M., Kang, J., Kartawijaya, T., Keeley, E. C., Kelt, D. A., Kinnear, R., Klanderud, K., Knutsen, H., Koenig, C. C., Kortz, A. R., Král, K., Kuhnz, L. A., Kuo, C.-Y., Kushner, D. J., Laguionie‐Marchais, C., Lancaster, L. T., Lee, C. M., Lefcheck, J. S., Lévesque, E., Lightfoot, D., Lloret, F., Lloyd, J. D., López‐Baucells, A., Louzao, M., Madin, J. S., Magnússon, B., Malamud, S., Matthews, I., McFarland, K. P., McGill, B., McKnight, D., McLarney, W. O., Meador, J., Meserve, P. L., Metcalfe, D. J., Meyer, C. F. J., Michelsen, A., Milchakova, N., Moens, T., Moland, E., Moore, J., Moreira, C. M., Müller, J., Murphy, G., Myers‐Smith, I. H., Myster, R. W., Naumov, A., Neat, F., Nelson, J. A., Nelson, M. P., Newton, S. F., Norden, N., Oliver, J. C., Olsen, E. M., Onipchenko, V. G., Pabis, K., Pabst, R. J., Paquette, A., Pardede, S., Paterson, D. M., Pélissier, R., Peñuelas, J., Pérez‐Matus, A., Pizarro, O., Pomati, F., Post, E., Prins, H. H. T., Priscu, J. C., Provoost, P., Prudic, K. L., Pulliainen, E., Ramesh, B. R., Ramos, O. M., Rassweiler, A., Rebelo, J. E., Reed, D. C., Reich, P. B., Remillard, S. M., Richardson, A. J., Richardson, J. P., van Rijn, I., Rocha, R., Rivera‐Monroy, V. H., Rixen, C., Robinson, K. P., Rodrigues, R. R., Rossa‐Feres, D. d. C., Rudstam, L., Ruhl, H., Ruz, C. S., Sampaio, E. M., Rybicki, N., Rypel, A., Sal, S., Salgado, B., Santos, F. A. M., Savassi‐Coutinho, A. P., Scanga, S., Schmidt, J., Schooley, R., Setiawan, F., Shao, K., Shaver, G. R., Sherman, S., Sherry, T. W., Siciński, J., Sievers, C., da Silva, A. C., da Silva, F. R., Silveira, F. L., Slingsby, J., Smart, T., Snell, S. J., Soudzilovskaia, N. A., Souza, G. B. G., Souza, F. M., Souza, V. C., Stallings, C. D., Stanforth, R., Stanley, E. H., Sterza, J. M., Stevens, M., Stuart‐Smith, R., Suarez, Y. R., Supp, S., Tamashiro, J. Y., Tarigan, S., Thiede, G. P., Thorn, S., Tolvanen, A., Toniato, M. T. Z., Totland, Ørjan, Twilley, R. R., Vaitkus, G., Valdivia, N., Vallejo, M. I., Valone, T. J., Van Colen, C., Vanaverbeke, J., Venturoli, F., Verheye, H. M., Vianna, M., Vieira, R. P., Vrška, T., Vu, C. Q., Vu, L. V., Waide, R. B., Waldock, C., Watts, D., Webb, S., Wesołowski, T., White, E. P., Widdicombe, C. E., Wilgers, D., Williams, R., Williams, S. B., Williamson, M., Willig, M. R., Willis, T. J., Wipf, S., Woods, K. D., Woehler, E. J., Zawada, K., and Zettler, M. L. (2018) BioTIME: A database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene, Global Ecology and Biogeography 27.
    • Kim, H. G., Park, C., Lee, D. K., Park, J. H., and Bae, S. (2018) Habitats Suitability Analysis for Establishing Conservation Area of Siheung-si, Journal of Korea Planning Association, Korea Planners Association 53, 161–175.
    • Komonen, A., and Müller, J. (2018) Dispersal ecology of deadwood organisms and connectivity conservation, Conserv Biol 32, 535–545.
    • Schenk, M., Mitesser, O., Hovestadt, T., and Holzschuh, A. (2018) Overwintering temperature and body condition shift emergence dates of spring-emerging solitary bees, {PeerJ}, {PeerJ} 6, e4721.
    • Bernes, C., Macura, B., Jonsson, B. G., Junninen, K., Müller, J., Sandström, J., Lohmus, A., and Macdonald, E. (2018) Manipulating ungulate herbivory in temperate and boreal forests: effects on vegetation and invertebrates. A systematic review, Environmental Evidence 7.
    • Zytynska, S. E., Doerfler, I., Gossner, M. M., Sturm, S., Weisser, W. W., and Müller, J. (2018) Minimal effects on genetic structuring of a fungus-dwelling saproxylic beetle after recolonisation of a restored forest, Journal of Applied Ecology (Li, J.-T., Ed.), Wiley 55, 2933–2943.
    • Schauer, B., Steinbauer, M. J., Vailshery, L. S., M{\"u}ller, J., Feldhaar, H., and Obermaier, E. (2018) Influence of tree hollow characteristics on saproxylic beetle diversity in a managed forest, Biodiversity and Conservation 27, 853–869.
    • Müller, J., Noss, R. F., Thorn, S., Bässler, C., Leverkus, A. B., and Lindenmayer, D. (2018) Increasing disturbance demands new policies to conserve intact forest, Conservation Letters (Game, E. T., Ed.) 12.
    • Habel, J. C., Seibold, S., Ulrich, W., and Schmitt, T. (2018) Seasonality overrides differences in butterfly species composition between natural and anthropogenic forest habitats, Animal Conservation 21, 405–413.
    • Drag, L., and Cizek, L. (2018) Radio-Tracking Suggests High Dispersal Ability of the Great Capricorn Beetle (Cerambyx cerdo), Journal of Insect Behavior 31, 138–143.
    • Bauhus, J., Baber, K., and Müller, J. (2018, February) Dead Wood in Forest Ecosystems, Oxford University Press ({OUP}).
    • Krah, F.-S., Seibold, S., Brandl, R., Baldrian, P., Müller, J., and Bässler, C. (2018) Independent effects of host and environment on the diversity of wood‐inhabiting fungi, Journal of Ecology 106, 1428–1442.
    • Eckelt, A., M{\"u}ller, J., Bense, U., Brustel, H., Bu{\ss}ler, H., Chittaro, Y., Cizek, L., Frei, A., Holzer, E., Kadej, M., Kahlen, M., K{\"o}hler, F., M{\"o}ller, G., M{\"u}hle, H., Sanchez, A., Schaffrath, U., Schmidl, J., Smolis, A., Szallies, A., N{\’e}meth, T., Wurst, C., Thorn, S., Christensen, R. H. B., and Seibold, S. (2018) ``Primeval forest relict beetles’’ of Central Europe: a set of 168 umbrella species for the protection of primeval forest remnants, Journal of Insect Conservation 22, 15–28.
    • Seibold, S., Hagge, J., Müller, J., Gruppe, A., Brandl, R., Bässler, C., and Thorn, S. (2018) Experiments with dead wood reveal the importance of dead branches in the canopy for saproxylic beetle conservation, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 409, 564–570.
    • Heidrich, L., Friess, N., Fiedler, K., Brändle, M., Hausmann, A., Brandl, R., and Zeuss, D. (2018) The dark side of Lepidoptera: Colour lightness of geometrid moths decreases with increasing latitude, Global Ecology and Biogeography 27, 407–416.
    2017[ to top ]
    • Lakovic, M., Mitesser, O., and Hovestadt, T. (2017) Mating timing, dispersal and local adaptation in patchy environments, Oikos.
    • Thom, D., Rammer, W., Dirnböck, T., Müller, J., Kobler, J., Katzensteiner, K., Helm, N., and Seidl, R. (2017) The impacts of climate change and disturbance on spatio-temporal trajectories of biodiversity in a temperate forest landscape, Journal of Applied Ecology 54, 28–38.
    • M{\"u}ller, J., Sagheb-Talebi, K., and Thorn, S. (2017) Protect Iran{\textquoteright}s ancient forest from logging, Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science 355, 919–919.
    • Cho, Y., Lee, D., and Bae, S.-Y. (2017) Effects of vegetation structure and human impact on understory honey plant richness: Implications for pollinator visitation, Journal of Ecology and Environment 41.
    • Müller, J., Brandl, R., Brändle, M., Förster, B., Cancian de Araujo, B., Gossner, M. M., Ladas, A., Wagner, M., Maraun, M., Schall, P., Schmidt, S., Heurich, M., Thorn, S., and Seibold, S. (2017) LiDAR‐derived canopy structure supports the more‐individuals hypothesis for arthropod diversity in temperate forests, Oikos 127, 814–824.
    • Farwig, N., Ammer, C., Annighöfer, P., Baur, B., Behringer, D., Diekötter, T., Hotes, S., Leyer, I., Müller, J., Peter, F., Riecken, U., Bessel, A., Thorn, S., Werk, K., and Ziegenhagen, B. (2017) Bridging science and practice in conservation: Deficits and challenges from a research perspective, Basic and Applied Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 24, 1–8.
    • Quillfeldt, P., Thorn, S., Richter, B., Nabte, M., Coria, N., Masello, J. F., Massaro, M., Neves, V. C., and Libertelli, M. (2017) Testing the usefulness of hydrogen and compound-specific stable isotope analyses in seabird feathers: a case study in two sympatric Antarctic storm-petrels, Marine Biology 164.
    • Ulyshen, M. D., Shefferson, R., Horn, S., Taylor, M. K., Bush, B., Brownie, C., Seibold, S., and Strickland, M. S. (2017) Below‐ and above‐ground effects of deadwood and termites in plantation forests, Ecosphere 8.
    • Dieler, J., Uhl, E., Biber, P., M{\"u}ller, J., R{\"o}tzer, T., and Pretzsch, H. (2017) Effect of forest stand management on species composition, structural diversity, and productivity in the temperate zone of Europe, European Journal of Forest Research 136, 739–766.
    • Lindenmayer, D., Thorn, S., and Noss, R. (2017) Countering resistance to protected‐area extension, Conservation Biology 32, 315–321.
    • Kirchenbaur, T., Fartmann, T., Bässler, C., Löffler, F., Müller, J., Strätz, C., and Seibold, S. (2017) Small-scale positive response of terrestrial gastropods to dead-wood addition is mediated by canopy openness, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 396, 85–90.
    • Kortmann, M., Hurst, J., Brinkmann, R., Heurich, M., Silveyra González, R., Müller, J., and Thorn, S. (2017) Beauty and the beast: how a bat utilizes forests shaped by outbreaks of an insect pest, Animal Conservation 21, 21–30.
    • Vogel, S., Alvarez, B., Bässler, C., Müller, J., and Thorn, S. (2017) The Red-belted Bracket (Fomitopsis pinicola) colonizes spruce trees early after bark beetle attack and persists, Fungal Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 27, 182–188.
    • Thorn, S., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Burton, P. J., Cahall, R., Campbell, J. L., Castro, J., Choi, C.-Y., Cobb, T., Donato, D. C., Durska, E., Fontaine, J. B., Gauthier, S., Hebert, C., Hothorn, T., Hutto, R. L., Lee, E.-J., Leverkus, A. B., Lindenmayer, D. B., Obrist, M. K., Rost, J., Seibold, S., Seidl, R., Thom, D., Waldron, K., Wermelinger, B., Winter, M.-B., Zmihorski, M., and Müller, J. (2017) Impacts of salvage logging on biodiversity: A meta‐analysis, Journal of Applied Ecology 55, 279–289.
    • Winter, M.-B., Bässler, C., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Krah, F.-S., Schaefer, H., Seibold, S., and Müller, J. (2017) On the structural and species diversity effects of bark beetle disturbance in forests during initial and advanced early-seral stages at different scales, European Journal of Forest Research 136, 357–373.
    • Kulakowski, D., Seidl, R., Holeksa, J., Kuuluvainen, T., Nagel, T. A., Panayotov, M., Svoboda, M., Thorn, S., Vacchiano, G., Whitlock, C., Wohlgemuth, T., and Bebi, P. (2017) A walk on the wild side: Disturbance dynamics and the conservation and management of European mountain forest ecosystems, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 388, 120–131.
    • Thorn, S., Bässler, C., Svoboda, M., and Müller, J. (2017) Effects of natural disturbances and salvage logging on biodiversity - Lessons from the Bohemian Forest, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 388, 113–119.
    • Seibold, S., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Fahrig, L., Förster, B., Heurich, M., Hothorn, T., Scheipl, F., Thorn, S., and Müller, J. (2017) An experimental test of the habitat‐amount hypothesis for saproxylic beetles in a forested region, Ecology 98, 1613–1622.
    • Hill, S., Latifi, H., Heurich, M., and Müller, J. (2017) Individual-tree- and stand-based development following natural disturbance in a heterogeneously structured forest: A LiDAR-based approach., Ecological Informatics, Elsevier {BV} 38, 12–25.
    • JARZABEK-MÜLLER, A., MORINI{\`{E}}RE, J., VARANDI, H. B., and MÜLLER, J. (2017) Synaptus iranicus sp. nov., a second species of the genus Synaptus Eschscholtz, 1829 from Iran (Coleoptera: Elateridae) discovered by an integrative approach, Zootaxa, Magnolia Press 4232, 568.
    • Mader, V., Diehl, E., Fiedler, D., Thorn, S., Wolters, V., and Birkhofer, K. (2017) Trade‐offs in arthropod conservation between productive and non‐productive agri‐environmental schemes along a landscape complexity gradient, Insect Conservation and Diversity 10, 236–247.
    • Lindenmayer, D., Thorn, S., and Banks, S. (2017) Please do not disturb ecosystems further, Nature Ecology {\&} Evolution, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 1.
    • Cho, Y., Lee, D., and Bae, S. (2017) Effects of vegetation structure and human impact on understory honey plant richness: implications for pollinator visitation, Journal of Ecology and Environment 41.
    2016[ to top ]
    • Poethke, H. J., Hovestadt, T., and Mitesser, O. (2016) The evolution of optimal emergence times: {Bet} hedging and the quest for an ideal free temporal distribution of individuals, Oikos.
    • Viljur, M.-L., and Teder, T. (2016) Butterflies take advantage of contemporary forestry: Clear-cuts as temporary grasslands, Forest Ecology and Management 376, 118–125.
    • Bässler, C., Cadotte, M. W., Beudert, B., Heibl, C., Blaschke, M., Bradtka, J. H., Langbehn, T., Werth, S., and Müller, J. (2016) Contrasting patterns of lichen functional diversity and species richness across an elevation gradient, Ecography 39, 689–698.
    • Latifi, H., Heurich, M., Hartig, F., Müller, J., Krzystek, P., Jehl, H., and Dech, S. (2016) Estimating over- and understorey canopy density of temperate mixed stands by airborne LiDAR data, Forestry 89, 69–81.
    • Fetting, P., Thorn, S., Päckert, M., and Heim, W. (2016) First record of Yellow-bellied Tit Pardaliparus venustulus in Russia suggests a significant range extension of a species formerly endemic to China, Forktail 32, 86–87.
    • Lachat, T., Chumak, M., Chumak, V., Jaxoby, O., Müller, J., Tanadini, M., and Wermelinger, B. (2016) Influence of canopy gaps on saproxylic beetles in primeval beech forests: a case study from the Uholka‐Shyrokyi Luh forest, Ukraine, Insect Conservation and Diversity 9, 559–573.
    • Rivrud, I. M., Heurich, M., Krupczynski, P., Müller, J., and Mysterud, A. (2016) Green wave tracking by large herbivores: an experimental approach, Ecology 97, 3547–3553.
    • Ali, A. M., Skidmore, A. K., Darvishzadeh, R., van Duren, I., Holzwarth, S., and Mueller, J. (2016) Retrieval of forest leaf functional traits from HySpex imagery using radiative transfer models and continuous wavelet analysis, {ISPRS} Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Elsevier {BV} 122, 68–80.
    • Thorn, S., Bussler, H., Fritze, M.-A., Goeder, P., Müller, J., Weiss, I., and Seibold, S. (2016) Canopy closure determines arthropod assemblages in microhabitats created by windstorms and salvage logging, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 381, 188–195.
    • Seibold, S., Bässler, C., Baldrian, P., Reinhard, L., Thorn, S., Ulyshen, M. D., Wei{\ss}, I., and Müller, J. (2016) Dead-wood addition promotes non-saproxylic epigeal arthropods but effects are mediated by canopy openness, Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 204, 181–188.
    • Eitel, J. U., Höfle, B., Vierling, L. A., Abell{\’{a}}n, A., Asner, G. P., Deems, J. S., Glennie, C. L., Joerg, P. C., LeWinter, A. L., Magney, T. S., Mandlburger, G., Morton, D. C., Müller, J., and Vierling, K. T. (2016) Beyond 3-D: The new spectrum of lidar applications for earth and ecological sciences, Remote Sensing of Environment, Elsevier {BV} 186, 372–392.
    • Peura, M., Gonzalez, R. S., Müller, J., Heurich, M., Vierling, L. A., Mönkkönen, M., and Bässler, C. (2016) Mapping a ’cryptic kingdom’: Performance of lidar derived environmental variables in modelling the occurrence of forest fungi, Remote Sensing of Environment, Elsevier {BV} 186, 428–438.
    • Thorn, S., Bässler, C., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Cadotte, M., Heibl, C., Schäfer, H., Seibold, S., and Müller, J. (2016) Changes in the dominant assembly mechanism drive species loss caused by declining resources, Ecology Letters 19, 163–170.
    • Magg, N., Müller, J., Heibl, C., Hackländer, K., Wölfl, S., Wölfl, M., Bufka, L., Červený, J., and Heurich, M. (2016) Habitat availability is not limiting the distribution of the Bohemian-Bavarian lynx Lynx lynx population, Oryx, Cambridge University Press 50, 742–752.
    • Rivrud, I. M., Heurich, M., Krupczynski, P., Müller, J., and Mysterud, A. (2016) Green wave tracking by large herbivores: an experimental approach, Ecology (Hebblewhite, M., Ed.) 97, 3547–3553.
    • Seidl, R., Müller, J., Hothorn, T., Bässler, C., Heurich, M., and Kautz, M. (2016) Small beetle, large‐scale drivers: how regional and landscape factors affect outbreaks of the European spruce bark beetle, Journal of Applied Ecology 53, 530–540.
    • Ulyshen, M. D., Müller, J., and Seibold, S. (2016) Bark coverage and insects influence wood decomposition: Direct and indirect effects, Applied Soil Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 105, 25–30.
    • Bernes, C., Jonsson, B. G., Junninen, K., Lohmus, A., Macdonald, E., Müller, J., and Sandström, J. (2016) What are the impacts of manipulating grazing and browsing by ungulates on plants and invertebrates in temperate and boreal forests? A systematic review protocol, Environmental Evidence 5.
    • Heurich, M., Zeis, K., Küchenhoff, H., Müller, J., Belotti, E., Bufka, L., and Woelfing, B. (2016) Selective Predation of a Stalking Predator on Ungulate Prey, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 11, 1–18.
    • Stoklosa, A. M., Ulyshen, M. D., Fan, Z., Varner, M., Seibold, S., and Müller, J. (2016) Effects of mesh bag enclosure and termites on fine woody debris decomposition in a subtropical forest, Basic and Applied Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 17, 463–470.
    • Bässler, C., Müller, J., Cadotte, M. W., Heibl, C., Bradtka, J. H., Thorn, S., and Halbwachs, H. (2016) Functional response of lignicolous fungal guilds to bark beetle deforestation, Ecological Indicators, Elsevier {BV} 65, 149–160.
    • Müller, F., Bergmann, M., Dannowski, R., Dippner, J., Gnauck, A., Haase, P., Jochimsen, M. C., Kasprzak, P., Kröncke, I., Kümmerlin, R., Küster, M., Lischeid, G., Meesenburg, H., Merz, C., Millat, G., Müller, J., Padis{\’{a}}k, J., Schimming, C., Schubert, H., Schult, M., Selmeczy, G., Shatwell, T., Stoll, S., Schwabe, M., Soltwedel, T., Straile, D., and Theuerkauf, M. (2016) Assessing resilience in long-term ecological data sets, Ecological Indicators, Elsevier {BV} 65, 10–43.
    • Thorn, S., Werner, S. A., Wohlfahrt, J., Bässler, C., Seibold, S., Quillfeldt, P., and Müller, J. (2016) Response of bird assemblages to windstorm and salvage logging - Insights from analyses of functional guild and indicator species, Ecological Indicators, Elsevier {BV} 65, 142–148.
    • Fies, R., Rabl, D., Schulze, C. H., and Fiedler, K. (2016) Summer floods shape meadow butterfly communities in a floodplain nature reserve in Central Europe, Journal of Insect Conservation 20, 433–445.
    • Spinner, M., Kortmann, M., Traini, C., and Gorb, S. N. (2016) Key role of scale morphology in flatfishes (Pleuronectiformes) in the ability to keep sand, Scientific Reports, Springer Science and Business Media {LLC} 6.
    • Kim, W.-Y., Bae, and S.-Y., Oh, S.-J., Yoon, H.-N., Lee, J.-H., Paek, W.-K., and Sung, H.-C. (2016) Distribution of the Kentish Plover (Charadrius Alexandrinus) Based on the 3rd National Ecosystem Survey and Its Adequacy as a Bioindicator, Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology, Korea Society of Environment and Ecology 30, 155–164.
    • Thorn, S., Bässler, C., Bu{\ss}ler, H., Lindenmayer, D. B., Schmidt, S., Seibold, S., Wende, B., and Müller, J. (2016) Bark-scratching of storm-felled trees preserves biodiversity at lower economic costs compared to debarking, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 364, 10–16.
    • Müller, J., Thorn, S., Baier, R., Sagheb-Talebi, K., Barimani, H. V., Seibold, S., Ulyshen, M. D., and Gossner, M. M. (2016) Protecting the Forests While Allowing Removal of Damaged Trees may Imperil Saproxylic Insect Biodiversity in the Hyrcanian Beech Forests of Iran, Conservation Letters 9, 106–113.
    • Mader, V., Birkhofer, K., Fiedler, D., Thorn, S., Wolters, V., and Diehl, E. (2016) Land use at different spatial scales alters the functional role of web-building spiders in arthropod food webs, Agriculture, Ecosystems {\&} Environment, Elsevier {BV} 219, 152–162.
    • Mollemann, F., Depoilly, A., Vernon, P., Müller, J., Bailey, R., Jarzabek-Müller, A., and Prinzing, A. (2016) The island rule of body size demonstrated on individual hosts: phytophagous click beetle species grow larger and predators smaller on phylogenetically isolated trees, Journal of Biogeography 43, 1388–1399.
    • Koban, M. B., Gossner, M. M., Müller, J., Steidle, J. L. M., Bässler, C., Hothorn, T., Unsicker, S. B., and Seibold, S. (2016) Short-distance attraction of saproxylic Heteroptera to olfactory cues, Insect Conservation and Diversity 9, 254–257.
    • Seibold, S., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Büche, B., Szallies, A., Thorn, S., Ulyshen, M. D., and Müller, J. (2016) Microclimate and habitat heterogeneity as the majordrivers of beetle diversity in dead wood, Journal of Applied Ecology 53, 934–943.
    • Thorn, C. J., Bissinger, K., Thorn, S., and Bogner, F. X. (2016) “Trees Live on Soil and Sunshine!”- Coexistence of Scientific and Alternative Conception of Tree Assimilation, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 11, 1–14.
    • Bässler, C., Halbwachs, H., Karasch, P., Holzer, H., Gminder, A., Krieglsteiner, L., Silveyra Gonzalez, R., Müller, J., and Brandl, R. (2016) Mean reproductive traits of fungal assemblages are correlated with resource availability, Ecology and Evolution 6, 582–592.
    • Heikkala, O., Seibold, S., Koivula, M., Martikainen, P., Müller, J., Thorn, S., and Kouki, J. (2016) Retention forestry and prescribed burning result in functionally different saproxylic beetle assemblages than clear-cutting, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 359, 51–58.
    2015[ to top ]
    • Zeppenfeld, T., Svoboda, M., DeRose, R. J., Heurich, M., Müller, J., Cizková, P., Starý, M., Bace, R., and Donato, D. C. (2015) Response of mountain Picea abies forests to stand‐replacing bark beetle outbreaks: neighbourhood effects lead to self‐replacement, Journal of Applied Ecology 52, 1402–1411.
    • Parmain, G., Bouget, C., Müller, J., Horak, J., Gossner, M., Lachat, T., and Isacsson, G. (2015) Can rove beetles (Staphylinidae) be excluded in studies focusing on saproxylic beetles in central European beech forests?, Bulletin of Entomological Research, Cambridge University Press 105, 101–109.
    • Bevanda, M., Fronhofer, E. A., Heurich, M., Müller, J., and Reineking, B. (2015) Landscape configuration is a major determinantof home range size variation, Ecosphere 6.
    • Seibold, S., Brandl, R., Buse, J., Hothorn, T., Schmidl, J., Thorn, S., and Müller, J. (2015) Association of extinction risk of saproxylic beetles with ecological degradation of forests in Europe, Conservation Biology 29, 382–390.
    • Müller, J., wende, B., Strobl, C., Eugster, M., Gallenberger, I., Floren, A., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Linsenmair, K. E., Weisser, W. W., and Gossner, M. M. (2015) Forest management and regional tree composition drive the host preference of saproxylic beetle communities, Journal of Applied Ecology 52, 753–762.
    • Müller, J., Brustel, H., Brin, A., Bussler, H., Bouget, C., Obermaier, E., Heidinger, I. M. M., Lachat, T., Förster, B., Horak, J., Procházka, J., Köhler, F., Larrieu, L., Bense, U., Isacsson, G., Zapponi, L., and Gossner, M. M. (2015) Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles, Ecography 38, 499–509.
    • Zehetmair, T., Müller, J., Zharov, A., and Gruppe, A. (2015) Effects of Natura 2000 and habitat variables used for habitat assessment on beetle assemblages in European beech forests, Insect Conservation and Diversity 8, 193–204.
    • Kaldhusdal, A., Brandl, R., Müller, J., Möst, L., and Hothorn, T. (2015) Spatio-phylogenetic multispecies distribution models, Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6, 187–197.
    • Bernes, C., Jonsson, B. G., Junninen, K., Lohmus, A., Macdonald, E., Müller, J., and Sandström, J. (2015) What is the impact of active management on biodiversity in boreal and temperate forests set aside for conservation or restoration? A systematic map, Environmental Evidence 4.
    • Seibold, S., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Gossner, M. M., Thorn, S., Ulyshen, M. D., and Müller, J. (2015) Experimental studies of dead-wood biodiversity - A review identifying global gaps in knowledge, Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 191, 139–149.
    • Weingarth, K., Zeppenfeld, T., Heibl, C., Heurich, M., Bufka, L., Daniszová, K., and Müller, J. (2015) Hide and seek: extended camera-trap session lengths and autumn provide best parameters for estimating lynx densities in mountainous areas, Biodiversity and Conservation 24, 2935–2952.
    • Latifi, H., Fassnacht, F. E., Müller, J., Tharani, A., Dech, S., and Heurich, M. (2015) Forest inventories by LiDAR data: A comparison of single tree segmentation and metric-based methods for inventories of a heterogeneous temperate forest, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, Elsevier {BV} 42, 162–174.
    • Werner, S. A., Müller, J., Heurich, M., and Thorn, S. (2015) Natural regeneration determines wintering bird presence in wind-damaged coniferous forest stands independent of postdisturbance logging, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Canadian Science Publishing 45, 1232–1237.
    • Drag, L., Hauck, D., Bérces, S., Michalcewicz, J., Jelaska Serić, L., Auerhammer, S., and Cizek, L. (2015) Genetic differentiation of populations of the threatened saproxylic beetle Rosalia longicorn, Rosalia alpina (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Central and South‐east Europe, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116, 911–925.
    • Hothorn, T., Müller, J., Held, L., Möst, L., and Mysterud, A. (2015) Temporal patterns of deer{\textendash}vehicle collisions consistent with deer activity pattern and density increase but not general accident risk, Accident Analysis & Prevention, Elsevier {BV} 81, 143–152.
    • Beudert, B., Bässler, C., Thorn, S., Noss, R., Schröder, B., Dieffenbach-Fries, H., Foullois, N., and Müller, J. (2015) Bark Beetles Increase Biodiversity While Maintaining Drinking Water Quality, Conservation Letters (Kremen, C., Ed.) 8, 272–281.
    • Bing, T., Müller, J., Glaser, B., Brandl, R., and Brändle, M. (2015) Variation in diet across an elevational gradient in the larvae of two Hydropsyche species (Trichoptera), Limnologica, Elsevier {BV} 52, 83–88.
    • Drag, L., and Cizek, L. (2015) Successful reintroduction of an endangered veteran tree specialist: conservation and genetics of the Great Capricorn beetle (Cerambyx cerdo), Conservation Genetics 16, 267–276.
    • Heurich, M., Brand, T. T. G., Kaandorp, M. Y., Šustr, P., Müller, J., and Reineking, B. (2015) Country, Cover or Protection: What Shapes the Distribution of Red Deer and Roe Deer in the Bohemian Forest Ecosystem?, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 10, 1–17.
    • Thorn, S., Müller, J., Bässler, C., Gminder, A., Brandl, R., and Heibl, C. (2015) Host abundance, durability, basidiome form and phylogenetic isolation determine fungivore species richness, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Oxford University Press ({OUP}) 114, 699–708.
    • Zehetmair, T., Müller, J., Runkel, V., Stahlschmidt, P., Winter, S., Zharov, A., and Gruppe, A. (2015) Poor effectiveness of Natura 2000 beech forests in protecting forest-dwelling bats, Journal for Nature Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 23, 53–60.
    • Winter, M.-B., Ammer, C., Baier, R., Donato, D. C., Seibold, S., and Müller, J. (2015) Multi-taxon alpha diversity following bark beetle disturbance: Evaluating multi-decade persistence of a diverse early-seral phase, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 338, 32–45.
    • Thorn, S., Hacker, H. H., Seibold, S., Jehl, H., Bässler, C., and Müller, J. (2015) Guild-specific responses of forest Lepidoptera highlight conservation-oriented forest management - Implications from conifer-dominated forests, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 337, 41–47.
    • Möst, L., Hothorn, T., Müller, J., and Heurich, M. (2015) Creating a landscape of management: Unintended effects on the variation of browsing pressure in a national park, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 338, 46–56.
    • Gossner, M. M., Brändle, M., Brandl, R., Bail, J., Müller, J., and Opgenoorth, L. (2015) Where Is the Extended Phenotype in the Wild? The Community Composition of Arthropods on Mature Oak Trees Does Not Depend on the Oak Genotype, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 10, 1–16.
    • Stoll, S., Frenzel, M., Burkhard, B., Adamescu, M., Augustaitis, A., Baessler, C., Bonet, F. J., Carranza, M. L., Cazacu, C., Cosor, G. L., Diaz-Delgado, R., Grandin, U., Haase, P., Hämäläinen, H., Loke, R., Müller, J., Stanisci, A., Staszewski, T., and Müller, F. (2015) Assessment of ecosystem integrity and service gradients across Europe using the LTER Europe network, Ecological Modelling, Elsevier {BV} 295, 75–87.
    2014[ to top ]
    • Seibold, S., Bässler, C., Baldrian, P., Thorn, S., Müller, J., and Gossner, M. M. (2014) Wood resource and not fungi attract early-successional saproxylic species of Heteroptera - an experimental approach, Insect Conservation and Diversity 7, 533–542.
    • Bässler, C., Ernst, R., Cadotte, M., Heibl, C., and Müller, J. (2014) Near‐to‐nature logging influences fungal community assembly processes in a temperate forest, Journal of Applied Ecology 51, 939–948.
    • Georgiev, K., and Iliev, M. (2014) Numbers and Arrival Dynamics of Communally Roosting Magpies (Pica Pica) in the Dendrological Park of the University of Forestry - Sofia, Bulgaria, Biotechnology and Biotechnological Equipment 23, 250–253.
    • Stoeckle, B. C., Müller, D., Müller, J., and Kuehn, R. (2014) Identification of 10 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the high montane gastropod Semilimax kotulae using high-throughput sequence data, Molluscan Research 34, 20–24.
    • Bernes, C., Jonsson, B. G., Junninen, K., Lohmus, A., Macdonald, E., Müller, J., and Sandström, J. (2014) What is the impact of active management on biodiversity in forests set aside for conservation or restoration? A systematic review protocol, Environmental Evidence 3.
    • Müller, J., Bässler, C., Essbauer, S., Schex, S., Müller, D. W. H., Opgenoorth, L., and Brandl, R. (2014) Relative heart size in two rodent species increases with elevation: reviving Hesse’s rule, Journal of Biogeography 41, 2211–2220.
    • Müller, J., Jarzabek-Müller, A., Bussler, H., and Gossner, M. M. (2014) Hollow beech trees identified as keystone structures for saproxylic beetles by analyses of functional and phylogenetic diversity, Animal Conservation 17, 154–162.
    • ELEK, Z., DRAG, L., POKLUDA, P., CIZEK, L., and BERCES, S. (2014) Dispersal of individuals of the flightless grassland ground beetle, Carabus hungaricus (Coleoptera: Carabidae), in three populations and what they tell us about mobility estimates based on mark-recapture, European Journal of Entomology, Biology Centre, {AS} {CR} 111, 663–668.
    • Maraun, M., Augustin, D., Müller, J., Bässler, C., and Scheu, S. (2014) Changes in the community composition and trophic structure of microarthropods in sporocarps of the wood decaying fungus Fomitopsis pinicola along an altitudinal gradient, Applied Soil Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 84, 16–23.
    • Thoma, B., Müller, J., Bässler, C., Georgi, E., Osterberg, A., Schex, S., Bottomley, C., and Essbauer, S. (2014) Identification of FactorsInfluencing the Puumala Virus Seroprevalence within Its Reservoir in aMontane Forest Environment, Viruses, {MDPI} {AG} 6, 3944–3967.
    • Rösner, S., Brandl, R., Segelbacher, G., Lorenc, T., and Müller, J. (2014) Noninvasive genetic sampling allows estimation of capercaillie numbers and population structure in the Bohemian Forest, European Journal of Wildlife Research 60, 789–801.
    • Müller, J., Wölfl, M., Wölfl, S., Müller, D. W., Hothorn, T., and Heurich, M. (2014) Protected areas shape the spatial distribution of a European lynx population more than 20 years after reintroduction, Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 177, 210–217.
    • Bae, S., Reineking, B., Ewald, M., and Mueller, J. (2014) Comparison of airborne lidar, aerial photography, and field surveys to model the habitat suitability of a cryptic forest species - the hazel grouse, International Journal of Remote Sensing, Informa {UK} Limited 35, 6469–6489.
    • Farwig, N., Brandl, R., Siemann, S., Wiener, F., and Müller, J. (2014) Decomposition rate of carrion is dependent on composition not abundance of the assemblages of insect scavengers, Oecologia 175, 1291–1300.
    • Müller, J., and Opgenoorth, L. (2014) On the gap between science and conservation implementation - A national park perspective, Basic and Applied Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 15, 373–378.
    • Thorn, S., Bässler, C., Gottschalk, T., Hothorn, T., Bussler, H., Raffa, K., and Müller, J. (2014) New Insights into the Consequences of Post-Windthrow Salvage Logging Revealed by Functional Structure of Saproxylic Beetles Assemblages, PLOS ONE (Hanewinkel, M., Ed.), Public Library of Science 9, 1–8.
    • Ewald, M., Dupke, C., Heurich, M., Müller, J., and Reineking, B. (2014) LiDAR Remote Sensing of Forest Structure and GPS Telemetry Data Provide Insights on Winter Habitat Selection of European Roe Deer, Forests, {MDPI} {AG} 5, 1374–1390.
    • POKLUDA, P., CIZEK, L., STRIBRNA, E., DRAG, L., LUKES, J., and NOVOTNY, V. (2014) A goodbye letter to alcohol: An alternative method for field preservation of arthropod specimens and {DNA} suitable for mass collecting methods, European Journal of Entomology, Biology Centre, {AS} {CR} 111, 175–179.
    • Wang, X., Müller, J., An, L., Ji, L., Liu, Y., Wang, X., and Hao, Z. (2014) Intra-annual variations in abundance and species composition of carabid beetles in a temperate forest in Northeast China, Journal of Insect Conservation 18, 85–98.
    • Rösner, S., Mussard-Forster, E., Lorenc, T., and Müller, J. (2014) Recreation shapes a "landscape of fear’’ for a threatened forest bird species in Central Europe, Landscape Ecology 29, 55–66.
    • Hausknecht, R., Jacobs, S., Müller, J., Zink, R., Frey, H., Solheim, R., Vrezec, A., Kristin, A., Mihok, J., Kergalve, I., Saurola, P., and Kuehn, R. (2014) Phylogeographic analysis and genetic cluster recognition for the conservation of Ural Owls (Strix uralensis) in Europe, Journal of Ornithology 155, 121–134.
    • Müller, J., Bae, S., Röder, J., Chao, A., and Didham, R. K. (2014) Airborne {LiDAR} reveals context dependence in the effects of canopy architecture on arthropod diversity, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 312, 129–137.
    2013[ to top ]
    • Seibold, S., Hempel, A., Piehl, S., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Rösner, S., and Müller, J. (2013) Forest vegetation structure has more influence on predation risk of artificial ground nests than human activities, Basic and Applied Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 14, 687–693.
    • Drag, L., Kosnar, J., and Cizek, L. (2013) Development and characterization of ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for the Great Capricorn beetle (Cerambyx cerdo) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), Conservation Genetics Resources 5, 907–909.
    • Drag, L., Zima, J., and Cizek, L. (2013) Characterization of nine polymorphic microsatellite loci for a threatened saproxylic beetle Rosalia alpina (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), Conservation Genetics Resources 5, 903–905.
    • Müller, J., Jarzabek-Müller, A., and Bussler, H. (2013) Some of the rarest European saproxylic beetles are common in the wilderness of Northern Mongolia, Journal of Insect Conservation 17, 989–1001.
    • Müller, J., Brandl, R., Buchner, J., Pretzsch, H., Seifert, S., Strätz, C., Veith, M., and Fenton, B. (2013) From ground to above canopy{\textemdash}Bat activity in mature forests is driven by vegetation density and height, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 306, 179–184.
    • Aparicio, A., Berens, D. G., Müller, J., and Farwig, N. (2013) Resources determine frugivore assemblages and fruit removal along an elevational gradient, Acta Oecologica, Elsevier {BV} 52, 45–49.
    • Bässler, C., Hothorn, T., Brandl, R., and Müller, J. (2013) Insects Overshoot the Expected Upslope Shift Caused by Climate Warming, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 8, 1–6.
    • Lehnert, L. W., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Burton, P. J., and Müller, J. (2013) Conservation value of forests attacked by bark beetles: Highest number of indicator species is found in early successional stages, Journal for Nature Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 21, 97–104.
    • Seibold, S., Buchner, J., Bässler, C., and Müller, J. (2013) Ponds in acidic mountains are more important for bats inproviding drinking water than insect prey, Journal of Zoology 290, 302–308.
    • Müller, J., Brunet, J., Brin, A., Bouget, C., Brustel, H., Bussler, H., Förster, B., Isacsson, G., Köhler, F., Lachat, T., and Gossner, M. M. (2013) Implications from large-scale spatial diversity patterns of saproxylic beetles for the conservation of European Beech forests, Insect Conservation and Diversity 6, 162–169.
    • Angelstam, P., Roberge, J.-M., Axelsson, R., Elbakidze, M., Bergman, K.-O., Dahlberg, A., Degerman, E., Eggers, S., Esseen, P.-A., Hjältén, J., Johansson, T., Müller, J., Paltto, H., Snäll, T., Soloviy, I., and Törnblom, J. (2013) Evidence-Based Knowledge Versus Negotiated Indicators for Assessment of Ecological Sustainability: The Swedish Forest Stewardship Council Standard as a Case Study, AMBIO 42, 229–240.
    • Riedinger, V., Müller, J., Stadler, J., Ulrich, W., and Brandl, R. (2013) Assemblages of bats are phylogenetically clustered on a regional scale, Basic and Applied Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 14, 74–80.
    • Gossner, M. M., Lachat, T., Brunet, J., Isacsson, G., Bouget, C., Brustel, H., Brandl, R., Weisser, W. W., and Müller, J. (2013) Current Near‐to‐Nature Forest Management Effects on Functional Trait Composition of Saproxylic Beetles in Beech Forests, Conservation Biology 27, 605–614.
    • Bacht, M., Rösner, S., Müller, J., Pfeifer, R., Stadler, J., Brandl, R., and Opgenoorth, L. (2013) Are Ring Ouzel (Turdus torquatus) populations of the low mountain ranges remnants of a broader distribution in the past?, Journal of Ornithology 154, 231–237.
    2012[ to top ]
    • Teuscher, M., Brandl, R., Förster, B., Hothorn, T., Rösner, S., and Müller, J. (2012) Forest inventories are a valuable data source for habitat modelling of forest species: an alternative to remote-sensing data, Forestry, Oxford University Press ({OUP}) 86, 241–253.
    • Lachat, T., Wermelinger, B., Gossner, M. M., Bussler, H., Isacsson, G., and Müller, J. (2012) Saproxylic beetles as indicator species for dead-wood amount and temperature in European beech forests, Ecological Indicators, Elsevier {BV} 23, 323–331.
    • Mehr, M., Brandl, R., Kneib, T., and Müller, J. (2012) The effect of bark beetle infestation and salvage logging on bat activity in a national park, Biodiversity and Conservation 21, 2775–2786.
    • Leutner, B. F., Reineking, B., Müller, J., Bachmann, M., Beierkuhnlein, C., Dech, S., and Wegmann, M. (2012) Modelling Forest alpha-Diversity and Floristic Composition - On the Added Value of LiDAR plus Hyperspectral Remote Sensing, Remote Sensing, {MDPI} {AG} 4, 2818–2845.
    • Müller, J., Mehr, M., Bässler, C., Fenton, M. B., Hothorn, T., Pretzsch, H., Klemmt, H.-J., and Brandl, R. (2012) Aggregative response in bats: prey abundance versus habitat, Oecologia 169, 673–684.
    • Heurich, M., Müller, J., and Burg, M. (2012) Comparison of the effectivity of different snare types for collecting and retaining hair from Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx), European Journal of Wildlife Research 58, 579–587.
    • Hothorn, T., Brandl, R., and Müller, J. (2012) Large-Scale Model-Based Assessment of Deer-Vehicle Collision Risk, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 7, 1–10.
    • Bässler, C., Müller, J., Svoboda, M., Lepsová, A., Hahn, C., Holzer, H., and Pouska, V. (2012) Diversity of wood-decaying fungi under different disturbance regimes - a case study from spruce mountain forests, Biodiversity and Conservation 21, 33–49.
    2011[ to top ]
    • Bussler, H., Bouget, C., Brustel, H., Brändle, M., Riedinger, V., Brandl, R., and Müller, J. (2011) Abundance and pest classification of scolytid species (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) follow different patterns, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 262, 1887–1894.
    • Hofner, B., Müller, J., and Hothorn, T. (2011) Monotonicity‐constrained species distribution models, Ecology 92, 1895–1901.
    • Müller, J., Stadler, J., Jarzabek-Müller, A., Hacker, H., ter Braak, C., and Brandl, R. (2011) The Predictability of Phytophagous Insect Communities: Host Specialists as Habitat Specialists, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 6, 1–10.
    • Mehr, M., Brandl, R., Hothorn, T., Dziock, F., Förster, B., and Müller, J. (2011) Land use is more important than climate for species richness and composition of bat assemblages on a regional scale, Mammalian Biology, Elsevier {BV} 76, 451–460.
    • Drag, L., Hauck, D., Pokluda, P., Zimmermann, K., and Cizek, L. (2011) Demography and Dispersal Ability of a Threatened Saproxylic Beetle: A Mark-Recapture Study of the Rosalia Longicorn (Rosalia alpina), PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science 6, 1–8.
    • Hothorn, T., Müller, J., Schröder, B., Kneib, T., and Brandl, R. (2011) Decomposing environmental, spatial, and spatiotemporal components of species distributions, Ecological Monographs 81, 329–347.
    • Schex, S., Dobler, G., Riehm, J., Müller, J., and Essbauer, S. (2011) Rickettsia spp. in Wild Small Mammals in Lower Bavaria, South-Eastern Germany, Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, Mary Ann Liebert Inc 11, 493–502.
    • Bässler, C., Stadler, J., Müller, J., Förster, B., Göttlein, A., and Brandl, R. (2011) LiDAR as a rapid tool to predict forest habitat types in Natura 2000 networks, Biodiversity and Conservation 20, 465–481.
    • Gossner, M. M., and Müller, J. (2011) The influence of species traits and q-metrics on scale-specific $\beta$-diversity components of arthropod communities of temperate forests, Landscape Ecology 26, 411–424.
    • Vierling, K., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Vierling, L. A., Weiß, I., and Müller, J. (2011) Spinning a laser web: predicting spider distributions using LiDAR, Ecological Applications 21, 577–588.
    2010[ to top ]
    • Raabe, S., Müller, J., Manthey, M., Dürhammer, O., Teuber, U., Göttlein, A., Förster, B., Brandl, R., and Bässler, C. (2010) Drivers of bryophyte diversity allow implications for forest management with a focus on climate change, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 260, 1956–1964.
    • Müller, J., and Bütler, R. (2010) A review of habitat thresholds for dead wood: a baseline for management recommendations in European forests, European Journal of Forest Research 129, 981–992.
    • Müller, J., Noss, R. F., Bussler, H., and Brandl, R. (2010) Learning from a "benign neglect strategy" in a national park: Response of saproxylic beetles to dead wood accumulation, Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 143, 2559–2569.
    • Hothorn, T., and Müller, J. (2010) Large-scale reduction of ungulate browsing by managed sport hunting, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 260, 1416–1423.
    • Bässler, C., Müller, J., and Dziock, F. (2010) Detection of Climate-Sensitive Zones and Identification of Climate Change Indicators: A Case Study from the Bavarian Forest National Park, Folia Geobotanica 45, 163–182.
    • Bässler, C., Müller, J., Dziock, F., and Brandl, R. (2010) Effects of resource availability and climate on the diversity of wood‐decaying fungi, Journal of Ecology 98, 822–832.
    • Müller, J., Stadler, J., and Brandl, R. (2010) Composition versus physiognomy of vegetation as predictors of bird assemblages: The role of lidar, Remote Sensing of Environment, Elsevier {BV} 114, 490–495.
    • Röder, J., Bässler, C., Brandl, R., Dvorak, L., Floren, A., Gossner, M. M., Gruppe, A., Jarzabek-Müller, A., Vojtech, O., Wagner, C., and Müller, J. (2010) Arthropod species richness in the Norway Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) canopy along an elevation gradient, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 259, 1513–1521.
    • Müller, J., and Gossner, M. M. (2010) Three-dimensional partitioning of diversity informs state-wide strategies for the conservation of saproxylic beetles, Biological Conservation, Elsevier {BV} 143, 625–633.
    • Bässler, C., Müller, J., Hothorn, T., Kneib, T., Badeck, F., and Dziock, F. (2010) Estimation of the extinction risk for high-montane species as a consequence of global warming and assessment of their suitability as cross-taxon indicators, Ecological Indicators, Elsevier {BV} 10, 341–352.
    • Bässler, C., and Müller, J. (2010) Importance of natural disturbance for recovery of the rare polypore Antrodiella citrinella Niemelä & Ryvarden, Fungal Biology, Elsevier {BV} 114, 129–133.
    2009[ to top ]
    • Müller, J., and Brandl, R. (2009) Assessing biodiversity by remote sensing in mountainous terrain: the potential of LiDAR to predict forest beetle assemblages, Journal of Applied Ecology 46, 897–905.
    • Löttker, P., Rummel, A., Traube, M., Stache, A., Sustr, P., Müller, J., and Heurich, M. (2009) New Possibilities of Observing Animal Behaviour from a Distance Using Activity Sensors in Gps-Collars: An Attempt to Calibrate Remotely Collected Activity Data with Direct Behavioural Observations in Red {DeerCervus} elaphus, Wildlife Biology, Wildlife Biology 15, 425–434.
    • Müller, D., Schröder, B., and Müller, J. (2009) Modelling habitat selection of the cryptic Hazel Grouse Bonasa bonasia in a montane forest, Journal of Ornithology 150, 717–732.
    • Müller, J., Moning, C., Bässler, C., Heurich, M., and Brandl, R. (2009) Using airborne laser scanning to model potential abundance and assemblages of forest passerines, Basic and Applied Ecology, Elsevier {BV} 10, 671–681.
    • Moning, C., and Müller, J. (2009) Critical forest age thresholds for the diversity of lichens, molluscs and birds in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) dominated forests, Ecological Indicators, Elsevier {BV} 9, 922–932.
    • Moning, C., Werth, S., Dziock, F., Bässler, C., Bradtka, J., Hothorn, T., and Müller, J. (2009) Lichen diversity in temperate montane forests is influenced by forest structure more than climate, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 258, 745–751.
    • Bussler, H., and Müller, J. (2009) Vacuum cleaning for conservationists: a new method for inventory of Osmoderma eremita (Scop., 1763) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) and other inhabitants of hollow trees in Natura 2000 areas, Journal of Insect Conservation 13, 355–359.
    • Müller, J., Bässler, C., Strätz, C., Klöcking, B., and Brandl, R. (2009) Molluscs and Climate Warming in a Low Mountain Range National Park, Malacologia, Institute of Malacology 51, 89–109.
    • Müller, J., Pöllath, J., Moshammer, R., and Schröder, B. (2009) Predicting the occurrence of Middle Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos medius on a regional scale, using forest inventory data, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 257, 502–509.
    2008[ to top ]
    • Müller, J., and Bussler, H. (2008) Key factors and critical thresholds at stand scale for saproxylic beetles in a beech dominated forest, southern Germany, Revue d’Ecologie 63, 81–90.
    • Kneib, T., Müller, J., and Hothorn, T. (2008) Spatial smoothing techniques for the assessment of habitat suitability, Environmental and Ecological Statistics 15, 343–364.
    • Moning, C., and Müller, J. (2008) Environmental key factors and their thresholds for the avifauna of temperate montane forests, Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 256, 1198–1208.
    • Müller, J., Bussler, H., Gossner, M., Rettelbach, T., and Duelli, P. (2008) The European spruce bark beetle Ips typographus in a national park: from pest to keystone species, Biodiversity and Conservation 17, 2979.
    2007[ to top ]
    • Müller, J., and Goßner, M. (2007) Single host trees in a closed forest canopy matrix: a highly fragmented landscape?, Journal of Applied Entomology 131, 613–620.
    • Müller, J., Engel, H., and Blaschke, M. (2007) Assemblages of wood-inhabiting fungi related to silvicultural management intensity in beech forests in southern Germany, European Journal of Forest Research 126, 513–527.
    • Müller, J., Hothorn, T., and Pretzsch, H. (2007) Long-term effects of logging intensity on structures, birds, saproxylic beetles and wood-inhabiting fungi in stands of European beech Fagus sylvatica L., Forest Ecology and Management, Elsevier {BV} 242, 297–305.
    • Müller, J., Bussler, H., and Kneib, T. (2007) Saproxylic beetle assemblages related to silvicultural management intensity and stand structures in a beech forest in Southern Germany, Journal of Insect Conservation 12, 107.
    2005[ to top ]
    • Müller, J., Strätz, C., and Hothorn, T. (2005) Habitat factors for land snails in European beech forests with a special focus on coarse woody debris, European Journal of Forest Research 124, 233–242.
    2004[ to top ]
    • Müller, J., and Hothorn, T. (2004) Maximally selected two-sample statistics as a new tool for the identification and assessment of habitat factors with an application to breeding-bird communities in oak forests, European Journal of Forest Research 123, 219–228.