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Lehrstuhl für Global Change Ecology

Publikationen

2024[ to top ]
  • Schrøder TSO, Gonçalves F, Vollstädt MGR, Zhang T, Jensen RD, Tarazona‐Tubens FL, Kim S, Galetti M, Simmons BI, Kaiser‐Bunbury CN, Temeles EJ, Dalsgaard B (2024) Hurricane‐induced pollinator shifts in a tightly coadapted plant–hummingbird mutualism. New Phytologist.
  • König S, Krauss J, Classen A, Hof C, Prietzel M, Wagner C, Steffan‐Dewenter I (2024) Micro‐ and macroclimate interactively shape diversity, niches and traits of Orthoptera communities along elevational gradients. Diversity and Distributions.
  • Ashe-Jepson E, Anderson J, Hitchcock GE, Wallis S, Wingader K, Bladon AJ, Turner EC (2024) Habitat associations of day-flying Lepidoptera and their foodplants within nature reserves in Bedfordshire, UK. Journal of Insect Conservation.
  • Cortés‐Guzmán D, Sinclair J, Hof C, Kalusche JB, Haase P (2024) Dispersal, glacial refugia and temperature shape biogeographical patterns in European freshwater biodiversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
  • Hayes MP, Ashe-Jepson E, Hitchcock GE, Clark R, Hellon J, Knock RI, Bladon AJ, Turner EC (2024) Heatwave predicts a shady future for insects: impacts of an extreme weather event on a chalk grassland in Bedfordshire, UK. Journal of Insect Conservation.
  • Potapov AM, Chen T-W, Striuchkova AV, Alatalo JM, Alexandre D, Arbea J, Ashton T, Ashwood F, Babenko AB, Bandyopadhyaya I, Baretta CRDM, Baretta D, Barnes AD, Bellini BC, Bendjaballah M, et al. (2024) Global fine-resolution data on springtail abundance and community structure. Scientific Data 11.
  • Gauzens B, Rosenbaum B, Kalinkat G, Boy T, Jochum M, Kortsch S, O’Gorman EJ, Brose U (2024) Flexible foraging behaviour increases predator vulnerability to climate change. Nature Climate Change.
  • Gauzens B, Kalinkat G, Antunes AC, Boy T, O’Gorman EJ, Jacob U, Jochum M, Kortsch S, Rosenbaum B, Figueiredo L, Brose U (2024) Quantitative description of six fish species’ gut contents and prey abundances in the Baltic Sea (1968--1978). Scientific Data 11: 236.
  • Novella Fernandez R (2024) A straightforward protocol to sample morphological traits of dragonflies and damselflies in the field. Ecology and Evolution 14.
2023[ to top ]
  • Eisenhauer N, Ochoa-Hueso R, Huang Y, Barry KE, Gebler A, Guerra CA, Hines J, Jochum M, Andraczek K, Bucher SF, Buscot F, Ciobanu M, Chen H, Junker R, Lange M, et al. (2023) Ecosystem consequences of invertebrate decline. Current Biology 33: 4538-4547.e5.
  • Engelhardt EK, Bowler DE, Hof C (2023) European Habitats Directive has fostered monitoring but not prevented species declines. Conservation Letters 16.
  • Potapov AM, Guerra CA, van den Hoogen J, Babenko A, Bellini BC, Berg MP, Chown SL, Deharveng L, Kováč Ľubomír, Kuznetsova NA, Ponge J-F, Potapov MB, Russell DJ, Alexandre D, Alatalo JM, et al. (2023) Globally invariant metabolism but density-diversity mismatch in springtails. Nature Communications 14.
  • Rubanschi S, Meyer ST, Hof C, Weisser WW (2023) Modelling potential biotope composition on a regional scale revealed that climate variables are stronger drivers than soil variables. Diversity and Distributions 29: 492–508.
  • Laird‐Hopkins BC, Ashe‐Jepson E, Basset Y, Arizala Cobo S, Eberhardt L, Freiberga I, Hellon J, Hitchcock GE, Kleckova I, Linke D, Lamarre GPA, McFarlane A, Savage AF, Turner EC, Zamora AC, et al. (2023) Thermoregulatory ability and mechanism do not differ consistently between neotropical and temperate butterflies. Global Change Biology 29: 4180–4192.
  • Novella‐Fernandez R, Chalmandrier L, Brandl R, Pinkert S, Zeuss D, Hof C (2023) Trait overdispersion in dragonflies reveals the role and drivers of competition in community assembly across space and season. Ecography.
  • Khaliq I, Biber M, E. Bowler D, Hof C (2023) Global change impacts on bird biodiversity in South Asia: potential effects of future land-use and climate change on avian species richness in Pakistan. PeerJ 11: e16212.
  • Biber MF, Voskamp A, Hof C (2023) Potential effects of future climate change on global reptile distributions and diversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 32: 519–534.
  • Kempel A, Allan E, Gossner MM, Jochum M, Grace JB, Wardle DA (2023) From bottom‐up to top‐down control of invertebrate herbivores in a retrogressive chronosequence. Ecology Letters 26: 411–424.
  • Jochum M, Zizka V, Scheu S, Eisenhauer N, Pollierer M (2023) Global change in above-belowground multitrophic grassland communities. Research Ideas and Outcomes 9.
  • Terlau JF, Brose U, Eisenhauer N, Amyntas A, Boy T, Dyer A, Gebler A, Hof C, Liu T, Scherber C, Schlägel UE, Schmidt A, Hirt MR (2023) Microhabitat conditions remedy heat stress effects on insect activity. Global Change Biology 29: 3747–3758.
  • Ashe‐Jepson E, Bru E, Connell E, Dixit MK, Hargrave J, Lavitt T, Lam M, Prosser R, Roberts BJ, Thompson B, Bladon AJ, Turner EC (2023) Hot topics in butterfly research: Current knowledge and gaps in understanding of the impacts of temperature on butterflies. Insect Conservation and Diversity 17: 1–15.
  • Ashe‐Jepson E, Arizala Cobo S, Basset Y, Bladon AJ, Kleckova I, Laird‐Hopkins BC, Mcfarlane A, Sam K, Savage AF, Zamora AC, Turner EC, Lamarre GPA (2023) Tropical butterflies use thermal buffering and thermal tolerance as alternative strategies to cope with temperature increase. Journal of Animal Ecology 92: 1759–1770.
  • Novella-Fernandez R, Brandl R, Pinkert S, Zeuss D, Hof C (2023) Seasonal variation in dragonfly assemblage colouration suggests a link between thermal melanism and phenology. Nature Communications 14.
2022[ to top ]
  • Klusmann C, Cesarz S, Ciobanu M, Ferlian O, Jochum M, Schädler M, Scheu S, Sünnemann M, Wall DH, Eisenhauer N (2022) Climate-change effects on the sex ratio of free-living soil nematodes – perspective and prospect.
  • Harvey JA, Tougeron K, Gols R, Heinen R, Abarca M, Abram PK, Basset Y, Berg M, Boggs C, Brodeur J, Cardoso P, de Boer JG, Snoo GRD, Deacon C, Dell JE, et al. (2022) Scientiststextquotesingle warning on climate change and insects. Ecological Monographs.
  • Jochum M, Thouvenot L, Ferlian O, Zeiss R, Klarner B, Pruschitzki U, Johnson EA, Eisenhauer N (2022) Aboveground impacts of a belowground invader: how invasive earthworms alter aboveground arthropod communities in a northern North American forest. Biology Letters 18.
  • Antunes AC, Gauzens B, Brose U, Potapov AM, Jochum M, Santini L, Eisenhauer N, Ferlian O, Cesarz S, Scheu S, Hirt MR (2022) Environmental drivers of local abundance–mass scaling in soil animal communities. Oikos 2023.
  • Dimobe K, Ouédraogo K, Annighöfer P, Kollmann J, Bayala J, Hof C, Schmidt M, Goetze D, Porembski S, Thiombiano A (2022) Climate change aggravates anthropogenic threats of the endangered savanna tree Pterocarpus erinaceus (Fabaceae) in Burkina Faso. Journal for Nature Conservation 70: 126299.
  • Biber MF, Voskamp A, Hof C (2022) Potential future climate change effects on global reptile distributions and diversity.
  • Ashe-Jepson E, Bladon AJ, Herbert G, Hitchcock GE, Knock R, Lucas CBH, Luke SH, Turner EC (2022) Oviposition behaviour and emergence through time of the small blue butterfly (Cupido minimus) in a nature reserve in Bedfordshire, UK. Journal of Insect Conservation 26: 43-58.
  • Voskamp A, Hof C, Biber MF, Böhning-Gaese K, Hickler T, Niamir A, Willis SG, Fritz SA (2022) Projected climate change impacts on the phylogenetic diversity of the world’s terrestrial birds: more than species numbers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 289.
  • Stewart PS, Voskamp A, Santini L, Biber MF, Devenish AJM, Hof C, Willis SG, Tobias JA (2022) Global impacts of climate change on avian functional diversity. Ecology Letters 25: 673-685.
  • Jochum M (2022) Heat it up to slow it down: Individual energetics reveal how warming reduces stream decomposition. Journal of Animal Ecology 91: 1944–1947.
2021[ to top ]
  • Sohlström EH, Archer LC, Gallo B, Jochum M, Kordas RL, Rall BC, Rosenbaum B, O’Gorman EJ (2021) Thermal acclimation increases the stability of a predator–prey interaction in warmer environments. Global Change Biology 27: 3765–3778.
  • Creutzig F, Erb K, Haberl H, Hof C, Hunsberger C, Roe S (2021) Considering sustainability thresholds for BECCS in IPCC and biodiversity assessments. GCB Bioenergy 13: 510–515.
  • Jochum M, Barnes AD, Brose U, Gauzens B, Sünnemann M, Amyntas A, Eisenhauer N (2021) For flux’s sake: General considerations for energy‐flux calculations in ecological communities. Ecology and Evolution 11: 12948–12969.
  • Jochum M, Eisenhauer N (2021) Out of the dark: Using energy flux to connect above- and belowground communities and ecosystem functioning. European Journal of Soil Science 73.
  • Jochum M, Ferlian O, Thakur MP, Ciobanu M, Klarner B, Salamon J, Frelich LE, Johnson EA, Eisenhauer N (2021) Earthworm invasion causes declines across soil fauna size classes and biodiversity facets in northern North American forests. Oikos 130: 766–780.
  • Hof C (2021) Towards more integration of physiology, dispersal and land-use change to understand the responses of species to climate change. Journal of Experimental Biology 224.
  • Biber MF, Voskamp A, Hof C (2021) Representation of the worldtextquotesingles biophysical conditions by the global protected area network. Conservation Biology 36.
  • Oelmann Y, Lange M, Leimer S, Roscher C, Aburto F, Alt F, Bange N, Berner D, Boch S, Boeddinghaus RS, Buscot F, Dassen S, De Deyn G, Eisenhauer N, Gleixner G, et al. (2021) Above- and belowground biodiversity jointly tighten the P cycle in agricultural grasslands. Nature Communications 12.
  • Beaumelle L, Thouvenot L, Hines J, Jochum M, Eisenhauer N, Phillips HRP (2021) Soil fauna diversity and chemical stressors: a review of knowledge gaps and roadmap for future research. Ecography 44: 845–859.
  • Hayes MP, Ashe-Jepson E, Hitchcock GE, Knock RI, Lucas CBH, Bladon AJ, Turner EC (2021) Consistent oviposition preferences of the Duke of Burgundy butterfly over 14 years on a chalk grassland reserve in Bedfordshire, UK. Journal of Insect Conservation 25: 611-628.
  • Potapov A, Schaefer I, Jochum M, Widyastuti R, Eisenhauer N, Scheu S (2021) Oil palm and rubber expansion facilitates earthworm invasion in Indonesia. Biological Invasions 23: 2783–2795.
2020[ to top ]
  • Jochum M, Fischer M, Isbell F, Roscher C, van der Plas F, Boch S, Boenisch G, Buchmann N, Catford JA, Cavender-Bares J, Ebeling A, Eisenhauer N, Gleixner G, Hölzel N, Kattge J, et al. (2020) The results of biodiversity–ecosystem functioning experiments are realistic. Nature Ecology & Evolution 4: 1485–1494.
  • Voskamp A, Hof C, Biber M, Hickler T, Niamir A, Fritz S (2020) Climate change impacts on the phylogenetic diversity of the worldtextquotesingles terrestrial birds: more than species numbers.
  • Grass I, Kubitza C, Krishna VV, Corre MD, Mußhoff O, Pütz P, Drescher J, Rembold K, Ariyanti ES, Barnes AD, Brinkmann N, Brose U, Brümmer B, Buchori D, Daniel R, et al. (2020) Trade-offs between multifunctionality and profit in tropical smallholder landscapes. Nature Communications 11.
  • Stewart PS, Voskamp A, Biber MF, Hof C, Willis SG, Tobias JA (2020) Global impacts of climate change on avian functional diversity.
  • Gallagher RV, Falster DS, Maitner BS, Salguero-Gómez R, Vandvik V, Pearse WD, Schneider FD, Kattge J, Poelen JH, Madin JS, Ankenbrand MJ, Penone C, Feng X, Adams VM, Alroy J, et al. (2020) Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life. Nature Ecology & Evolution 4: 294–303.
  • Potapov AM, Dupérré N, Jochum M, Dreczko K, Klarner B, Barnes AD, Krashevska V, Rembold K, Kreft H, Brose U, Widyastuti R, Harms D, Scheu S (2020) Functional losses in ground spider communities due to habitat structure degradation under tropical land‐use change. Ecology 101.
  • Schleuning M, Neuschulz EL, Albrecht J, Bender IM, Bowler DE, Dehling DM, Fritz SA, Hof C, Mueller T, Nowak L, Sorensen MC, Böhning-Gaese K, Kissling WD (2020) Trait-Based Assessments of Climate-Change Impacts on Interacting Species. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 35: 319-328.
  • Felipe-Lucia MR, Soliveres S, Penone C, Fischer M, Ammer C, Boch S, Boeddinghaus RS, Bonkowski M, Buscot F, Fiore-Donno AM, Frank K, Goldmann K, Gossner MM, Hölzel N, Jochum M, et al. (2020) Land-use intensity alters networks between biodiversity, ecosystem functions, and services. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117: 28140–28149.
2019[ to top ]
  • Leit~a}}o PJ, Andrew CJ, Engelhardt EK, Graham CH, Martinez-Almoyna C, Mimet A, Pinkert S, Schröder B, Voskamp A, Hof C, Fritz SA (2019) Macroecology as a hub between research disciplines: Opportunities, challenges and possible ways forward. Journal of Biogeography 47: 13-15.
  • Archer LC, Sohlström EH, Gallo B, Jochum M, Woodward G, Kordas RL, Rall BC, O’Gorman EJ (2019) Consistent temperature dependence of functional response parameters and their use in predicting population abundance. Journal of Animal Ecology 88: 1670–1683.
  • Schneider FD, Fichtmueller D, Gossner MM, Güntsch A, Jochum M, König‐Ries B, Le Provost G, Manning P, Ostrowski A, Penone C, Simons NK (2019) Towards an ecological trait‐data standard. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10: 2006–2019.
  • Leitão PJ, Andrew CJ, Engelhardt EK, Graham CH, Martinez‐Almoyna C, Mimet A, Pinkert S, Schröder B, Voskamp A, Hof C, Fritz SA (2019) Macroecology as a hub between research disciplines: Opportunities, challenges and possible ways forward. Journal of Biogeography 47: 13–15.
  • Wüest RO, Zimmermann NE, Zurell D, Alexander JM, Fritz SA, Hof C, Kreft H, Normand S, Cabral JS, Szekely E, Thuiller W, Wikelski M, Karger DN (2019) Macroecology in the age of Big Data – Where to go from here?. Journal of Biogeography 47: 1–12.
  • Berkhout BW, Borregaard MK, Brandl R, Brändle M, Dehling DM, Hof C, Poulin R, Thieltges DW (2019) Host assemblage and environment shape \($\upbeta$\)-diversity of freshwater parasites across diverse taxa at a continental scale. Global Ecology and Biogeography 29: 38-49.
  • Engelhardt EK, Neuschulz EL, Hof C (2019) Ignoring biotic interactions overestimates climate change effects: The potential response of the spotted nutcracker to changes in climate and resource plants. Journal of Biogeography 47: 143–154.
  • Brose U, Archambault P, Barnes AD, Bersier L-F, Boy T, Canning-Clode J, Conti E, Dias M, Digel C, Dissanayake A, Flores AAV, Fussmann K, Gauzens B, Gray C, Häussler J, et al. (2019) Predator traits determine food-web architecture across ecosystems. Nature Ecology & Evolution 3: 919–927.
  • Biber MF, Voskamp A, Niamir A, Hickler T, Hof C (2019) A comparison of macroecological and stacked species distribution models to predict future global terrestrial vertebrate richness. Journal of Biogeography 47: 114–129.
  • Ashe-Jepson E, Garbout A, Ouvrard D (2019) Phylogeny of the Eocene Aphalarinae (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) from Baltic amber, with description of a new species using X-ray micro-computed tomography scanning, and a new genus synonymy. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 17: 1233–1244.
  • Eisenhauer N, Ferlian O, Craven D, Hines J, Jochum M (2019) Ecosystem responses to exotic earthworm invasion in northern North American forests. Research Ideas and Outcomes 5.
2018[ to top ]
  • Gauzens B, Barnes A, Giling DP, Hines J, Jochum M, Lefcheck JS, Rosenbaum B, Wang S, Brose U (2018) fluxweb: An R package to easily estimate energy fluxes in food webs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10: 270–279.
  • Sohlström EH, Marian L, Barnes AD, Haneda NF, Scheu S, Rall BC, Brose U, Jochum M (2018) Applying generalized allometric regressions to predict live body mass of tropical and temperate arthropods. Ecology and Evolution 8: 12737–12749.
  • Barnes AD, Jochum M, Lefcheck JS, Eisenhauer N, Scherber C, O’Connor MI, de Ruiter P, Brose U (2018) Energy Flux: The Link between Multitrophic Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 33: 186–197.
  • Tucker MA, Boehning-Gaese K, Fagan WF, Fryxell JM, Van Moorter B, Alberts SC, Ali AH, Allen AM, Attias N, Avgar T, Bartlam-Brooks H, Bayarbaatar B, Belant JL, Bertassoni A, Beyer D, et al. (2018) Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements. Science 359: 466-469.
  • Buckley LB, Khaliq I, Swanson DL, Hof C (2018) Does metabolism constrain bird and mammal ranges and predict shifts in response to climate change?. Ecology and Evolution 8: 12375–12385.
  • Khaliq I, Hof C (2018) Testing the heat dissipation limitation hypothesis: basal metabolic rates of endotherms decrease with increasing upper and lower critical temperatures. PeerJ 6: e5725.
  • Röder M, Latifi H, Hill S, Jan W, Miroslav S, Josef B, Martin M, Nováková MH, Eberhard G, Marco H (2018) Application of optical unmanned aerial vehicle-based imagery for the inventory of natural regeneration and standing deadwood in post-disturbed spruce forests.. International Journal of Remote Sensing.
  • Pinkert S, Dijkstra K-DB, Zeuss D, Reudenbach C, Brandl R, Hof C (2018) Evolutionary processes, dispersal limitation and climatic history shape current diversity patterns of European dragonflies. Ecography 41: 795-804.
  • Hof C, Voskamp A, Biber MF, Böhning-Gaese K, Engelhardt EK, Niamir A, Willis SG, Hickler T (2018) Bioenergy cropland expansion may offset positive effects of climate change mitigation for global vertebrate diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115: 13294-13299.
  • Hof C, Voskamp A, Biber MF, Böhning-Gaese K, Engelhardt EK, Niamir A, Willis SG, Hickler T (2018) Bioenergy cropland expansion may offset positive effects of climate change mitigation for global vertebrate diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115: 13294-13299.
2017[ to top ]
  • Bowler DE, Haase P, Hof C, Kröncke I, Baert L, Dekoninck W, Domisch S, Hendrickx F, Hickler T, Neumann H, OtextquotesingleHara RB, Sell AF, Sonnewald M, Stoll S, Türkay M, et al. (2017) Cross-taxa generalities in the relationship between population abundance and ambient temperatures. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284: 20170870.
  • Latifi H, Hill S, Schumann B, Heurich M, Dech S (2017) Multi-model estimation of understorey shrub, herb and moss cover in temperate forest stands by laser scanner data. Forestry.
  • Frieler K, Lange S, Piontek F, Reyer CPO, Schewe J, Warszawski L, Zhao F, Chini L, Denvil S, Emanuel K, Geiger T, Halladay K, Hurtt G, Mengel M, Murakami D, et al. (2017) Assessing the impacts of 1.5 degrees C global warming - simulation protocol of the Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP2b). Geoscientific Model Development 10: 4321-4345.
  • Bowler DE, Hof C, Haase P, Kroencke I, Schweiger O, Adrian R, Baert L, Bauer H-G, Blick T, Brooker RW, Dekoninck W, Domisch S, Eckmann R, Hendrickx F, Hickler T, et al. (2017) Cross-realm assessment of climate change impacts on species’ abundance trends. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1.
  • Methorst J, Boehning-Gaese K, Khaliq I, Hof C (2017) A framework integrating physiology, dispersal and land-use to project species ranges under climate change. Journal of Avian Biology 48: 1532-1548.
  • Hof C, Khaliq I, Prinzinger R, Böhning-Gaese K, Pfenninger M (2017) Global patterns of thermal tolerances and vulnerability of endotherms to climate change remain robust irrespective of varying data suitability criteria. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284: 20170232.
  • Scrine J, Jochum M, Ólafsson JS, O’Gorman EJ (2017) Interactive effects of temperature and habitat complexity on freshwater communities. Ecology and Evolution 7: 9333–9346.
  • Jochum M, Barnes AD, Weigelt P, Ott D, Rembold K, Farajallah A, Brose U (2017) Resource stoichiometry and availability modulate species richness and biomass of tropical litter macro‐invertebrates. Journal of Animal Ecology 86: 1114–1123.
  • Hof C, Fritz SA, Prinzinger R, Pfenninger M, Böhning‐Gaese K, Khaliq I (2017) Phylogenetic signals in thermal traits remain stronger in the tropics if we can believe published physiological data. A reply to McKechnie et al., “Data quality problems undermine analyses of endotherm upper critical temperatures”. Journal of Biogeography 44: 2427–2431.
  • Hof C, Winter M, Hotes S, Opgenoorth L (2017) It’s not (all) about the money textemdash supporting IPBES through challenging times. Frontiers of Biogeography 9.
  • Jochum M, Barnes AD, Ott D, Lang B, Klarner B, Farajallah A, Scheu S, Brose U (2017) Decreasing Stoichiometric Resource Quality Drives Compensatory Feeding across Trophic Levels in Tropical Litter Invertebrate Communities. The American Naturalist 190: 131–143.
  • Khaliq I, Boehning-Gaese K, Prinzinger R, Pfenninger M, Hof C (2017) The influence of thermal tolerances on geographical ranges of endotherms. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26: 650-668.
  • Barnes AD, Allen K, Kreft H, Corre MD, Jochum M, Veldkamp E, Clough Y, Daniel R, Darras K, Denmead LH, Farikhah Haneda N, Hertel D, Knohl A, Kotowska MM, Kurniawan S, et al. (2017) Direct and cascading impacts of tropical land-use change on multi-trophic biodiversity. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1: 1511–1519.
  • Hill S, Latifi H, Heurich M, Müller J (2017) Individual-tree- and stand-based development following natural disturbance in a heterogeneously structured forest: A LiDAR-based approach. Ecological Informatics 38: 12-25.
2016[ to top ]
  • Engelhardt EK, Engelhardt EK, Wink M (2016) Hatte die Usutu-Virus-Epidemie von 2011 und Folgejahren einen Einfluss auf die Brutbestände ausgewählter Vogelarten in Nordbaden?. Ornithologisches Jahresheft Baden-Württemberg.
  • Fritz SA, Eronen JT, Schnitzler J, Hof C, Janis CM, Mulch A, Boehning-Gaese K, Graham CH (2016) Twenty-million-year relationship between mammalian diversity and primary productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113: 10908-10913.
  • Dulle HI, Ferger SW, Cordeiro NJ, Howell KM, Schleuning M, Boehning-Gaese K, Hof C (2016) Changes in abundances of forest understorey birds on Africa’s highest mountain suggest subtle effects of climate change. Diversity and Distributions 22: 288-299.
  • Hof C, Dehling DM, Bonn A, Burgess ND, Eigenbrod F, Harfoot MBJ, Hickler T, Jetz W, Marquard E, Pereira HM, Böhning-Gaese K (2016) Macroecology meets IPBES. Frontiers of Biogeography 7.
  • Barnes AD, Weigelt P, Jochum M, Ott D, Hodapp D, Haneda NF, Brose U (2016) Species richness and biomass explain spatial turnover in ecosystem functioning across tropical and temperate ecosystems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371: 20150279.
  • Clough Y, Krishna VV, Corre MD, Darras K, Denmead LH, Meijide A, Moser S, Musshoff O, Steinebach S, Veldkamp E, Allen K, Barnes AD, Breidenbach N, Brose U, Buchori D, et al. (2016) Land-use choices follow profitability at the expense of ecological functions in Indonesian smallholder landscapes. Nature Communications 7.
  • Schleuning M, Fruend J, Schweiger O, Welk E, Albrecht J, Albrecht M, Beil M, Benadi G, Bluethgen N, Bruelheide H, Boehning-Gaese K, Dehling DM, Dormann CF, Exeler N, Farwig N, et al. (2016) Ecological networks are more sensitive to plant than to animal extinction under climate change. Nature Communications 7.
2015[ to top ]
  • Willis SG, Foden W, Baker DJ, Belle E, Burgess ND, Carr JA, Doswald N, Garcia RA, Hartley A, Hof C, Newbold T, Rahbek C, Smith RJ, Visconti P, Young BE, et al. (2015) Integrating climate change vulnerability assessments from species distribution models and trait-based approaches. Biological Conservation 190: 167-178.
  • Bowler DE, Haase P, Kroencke I, Tackenberg O, Bauer HG, Brendel C, Brooker RW, Gerisch M, Henle K, Hickler T, Hof C, Klotz S, Kuehn I, Matesanz S, O’Hara R, et al. (2015) A cross-taxon analysis of the impact of climate change on abundance trends in central Europe. Biological Conservation 187: 41-50.
  • Mumme S, Jochum M, Brose U, Haneda NF, Barnes AD (2015) Functional diversity and stability of litter-invertebrate communities following land-use change in Sumatra, Indonesia. Biological Conservation 191: 750-758.
  • Khaliq I, Fritz SA, Prinzinger R, Pfenninger M, Boehning-Gaese K, Hof C (2015) Global variation in thermal physiology of birds and mammals: evidence for phylogenetic niche conservatism only in the tropics. Journal of Biogeography 42: 2187-2196.
  • Kalinkat G, Jochum M, Brose U, Dell AI (2015) Body size and the behavioral ecology of insects: linking individuals to ecological communities. Current Opinion in Insect Science 9: 24-30.
  • Fristoe TS, Burger JR, Balk MA, Khaliq I, Hof C, Brown JH (2015) Metabolic heat production and thermal conductance are mass-independent adaptations to thermal environment in birds and mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112: 15934-15939.
2014[ to top ]
  • Platts PJ, Garcia RA, Hof C, Foden W, Hansen LA, Rahbek C, Burgess ND (2014) Conservation implications of omitting narrow-ranging taxa from species distribution models, now and in the future. Diversity and Distributions 20: 1307-1320.
  • Barnes AD, Jochum M, Mumme S, Haneda NF, Farajallah A, Widarto TH, Brose U (2014) Consequences of tropical land use for multitrophic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Nat Commun 5.
  • Stevens VM, Whitmee S, Le Galliard J-F, Clobert J, Boehning-Gaese K, Bonte D, Braendle M, Dehling DM, Hof C, Trochet A, Baguette M (2014) A comparative analysis of dispersal syndromes in terrestrial and semi-terrestrial animals. Ecology Letters 17: 1039-1052.
  • Khaliq I, Hof C, Prinzinger R, Boehning-Gaese K, Pfenninger M (2014) Global variation in thermal tolerances and vulnerability of endotherms to climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281.
2013[ to top ]
  • Fritz SA, Schnitzler J, Eronen JT, Hof C, Boehning-Gaese K, Graham CH (2013) Diversity in time and space: wanted dead and alive. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28: 509-516.
  • Grewe Y, Hof C, Dehling DM, Brandl R, Braendle M (2013) Recent range shifts of European dragonflies provide support for an inverse relationship between habitat predictability and dispersal. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22: 403-409.
2012[ to top ]
  • Beck J, Ballesteros-Mejia L, Buchmann CM, Dengler J, Fritz SA, Gruber B, Hof C, Jansen F, Knapp S, Kreft H, Schneider A-K, Winter M, Dormann CF (2012) What’s on the horizon for macroecology?. Ecography 35: 673-683.
  • Hof C, Braendle M, Dehling DM, Munguia M, Brandl R, Araujo MB, Rahbek C (2012) Habitat stability affects dispersal and the ability to track climate change. Biology Letters 8: 639-643.
  • Jochum M, Schneider F, Crowe T, Brose U, O’Gorman E (2012) Climate-induced changes in bottom-up and top-down processes independently alter a marine ecosystem. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367: 2962-2970.
2011[ to top ]
  • Hof C, Levinsky I, Araujo MB, Rahbek C (2011) Rethinking species’ ability to cope with rapid climate change. Global Change Biology 17: 2987-2990.
  • Thieltges DW, Hof C, Borregaard MK, Dehling DM, Braendle M, Brandl R, Poulin R (2011) Range size patterns in European freshwater trematodes. Ecography 34: 982-989.
  • Thieltges DW, Hof C, Dehling DM, Braendle M, Brandl R, Poulin R (2011) Host diversity and latitude drive trematode diversity patterns in the European freshwater fauna. Global Ecology and Biogeography 20: 675-682.
  • Hof C, Araujo MB, Jetz W, Rahbek C (2011) Additive threats from pathogens, climate and land-use change for global amphibian diversity. Nature 480: 516-U137.
2010[ to top ]
  • Dehling DM, Hof C, Braendle M, Brandl R (2010) Habitat availability does not explain the species richness patterns of European lentic and lotic freshwater animals. Journal of Biogeography 37: 1919-1926.
  • Hof C, Rahbek C, Araujo MB (2010) Phylogenetic signals in the climatic niches of the world’s amphibians. Ecography 33: 242-250.
2009[ to top ]
  • Diniz-Filho JAF, Bini LM, Rangel TF, Loyola RD, Hof C, Nogues-Bravo D, Araujo MB (2009) Partitioning and mapping uncertainties in ensembles of forecasts of species turnover under climate change. Ecography 32: 897-906.
2008[ to top ]
  • Hof C, Braendle M, Brandl R (2008) Latitudinal variation of diversity in European freshwater animals is not concordant across habitat types. Global Ecology and Biogeography 17: 539-546.
2006[ to top ]
  • Hof C, Brandle M, Brandl R (2006) Lentic odonates have larger and more northern ranges than lotic species. Journal of Biogeography 33: 63-70.