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2017

  • Rieger I, Kowarik I, Cherubini P, Cierjacks A. 2017. A novel dendrochronological approach reveals drivers of carbon sequestration in tree species of riparian forests across spatiotemporal scales. Science of the Total Environment 574: 1261–1275. Link.
  • Palliwoda J, Kowarik I, von der Lippe M. 2017. Human-biodiversity interactions in urban parks: The species level matters. Landscape and Urban Planning 157: 394–406. Link.

2016

  • Schirmel J, Thiele J, Entling MH, Buchholz S. 2016. Trait composition and functional diversity of spiders and carabids in linear landscape elements. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 235: 318–328. Link.
  • Holloway JV, Rillig MC, Gurnell AM. 2016. Physical environmental controls on riparian root profiles associated with Black Poplar (Populus nigra L.) along the Tagliamento River, Italy. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. In press. Link.
  • Rillig MC, Sosa-Hernandez MA, Roy J, Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Valyi K, Lehmann A. 2016. Towards an integrated mycorrhizal technology: harnessing mycorrhizae for sustainable intensification in agriculture. Frontiers in Plant Science 7: 1625. Link.
  • Saul WC, Roy HE, Booy O, Carnevali L, Chen HJ, Genovesi P, Harrower CA, Hulme PE, Pagad S, Pergl J, Jeschke JM. 2016. Assessing patterns in introduction pathways of alien species by linking major invasion databases. Journal of Applied Ecology. In press. Link.
  • Rottstock T, Kummer V, Fischer M, Joshi J. 2016. Rapid transgenerational effects in Knautia arvensis in response to plant-community diversity. Journal of Ecology. In press. Link.
  • Menzel A, Hempel S, Klotz S, Moora M, Pyšek P, Rillig MC, Zobel M, Kühn I. 2016. Mycorrhizal status helps explain invasion success of alien plant species. Ecology. In press. Link.
  • Bergmann J, Verbruggen E, Heinze J, Xiang D, Chen BD, Joshi J, Rillig MC. 2016. The interplay between soil structure, roots and microbiota as a determinant of plant-soil feedback. Ecology and Evolution. In press. Link.
  • Maighal M, Salem M, Kohler J, Rillig MC. 2016. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi negatively affect soil seed bank viability. Ecology and Evolution. In press. Link.
  • Finck J, Berdan EL, Mayer F, Ronacher B, Geiselhardt S. 2016. Divergence of cuticular hydrocarbons in two sympatric grasshopper species and the evolution of fatty acid synthases and elongases across insects. Scientific Reports 6: 33695. Link.
  • Heinze J, Gensch S, Weber E, Joshi J. 2016. Soil temperature modifies effects of soil-biota on plant growth. Journal of Plant Ecology. In press. Link.
  • Chen H, Mommer L, van Ruijven J, de Kroon H, Fischer C, Gessler A, Hildebrandt A, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Wirth C, Weigelt A. 2016. Plant species richness negatively affects root decomposition in grasslands. Journal of Ecology. In press. Link.
  • Weithoff G, Gaedke U. 2016. Mean functional traits of lake phytoplankton reflect seasonal and inter-annual changes in nutrients, climate and herbivory. Journal of Plankton Research. In press. Link.
  • Nitzsche KN, Kalettka T, Premke K, Lischeid G, Gessler A, Kayler ZE. 2016. Land-use and hydroperiod affect kettle hole sediment carbon and nitrogen biogeochemistry. Science of the Total Environment 574: 46–56. Link.
  • Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Rillig MC. 2016. Effect of different root endophytic fungi on plant community structure in experimental microcosms. Ecology and Evolution. In press. Link.
  • Václavík T, Langerwisch F, Cotter M, Fick J, Häuser I, Hotes S, Kamp J, Settele J, Spangenberg JH, Seppelt R. 2016. Investigating potential transferability of place-based research in land system science. Environmental Research Letters 11: 095002. Link.
  • Sakschewski B, von Bloh W, Boit A, Poorter L, Peña-Claros M, Heinke J, Joshi J, Thonicke K. 2016. Resilience of Amazon forests emerges from plant trait diversity. Nature Climate Change 6: 1032–1036. Link.
  • Soliveres S, van der Plas F, Manning P, Prati D,Gossner MM, Renner SC, Alt F, Arndt H, Baumgartner V, Binkenstein J, Birkhofer K, Blaser S, Blüthgen N, Boch S, Böhm S, Börschig C, Buscot F, Diekötter T, Heinze J, Hölzel N, Jung K, Klaus VH, Kleinebecker T, Klemmer S, Krauss J, Lange M, Morris EK, Müller J, Oelmann Y, Overmann J, Pašali E, Rillig MC, Schaefer HM, Schloter M, Schmitt B, Schöning I, Schrumpf M, Sikorski J, Socher SA, Solly EF, Sonnemann I, Sorkau E, Steckel J, Steffan-Dewenter I, Stempfhuber B, Tschapka M, Türke M, Venter PC, Weiner CN, Weisser WW, Werner M, Westphal C, Wilcke W, Wolters V, Wubet T, Wurst S, Fischer M, Allan E. 2016. Biodiversity at multiple trophic levels is needed for ecosystem multifunctionality. Nature 536: 456–459. Link.
  • Kruse S, Wieczorek M, Jeltsch F, Herzschuh U. 2016. Treeline dynamics in Siberia under changing climates as inferred from an individual-based model for Larix. Ecological Modelling 338: 101–121. Link.
  • von Rein I, Kayler ZE, Premke K, Gessler A. 2016. Desiccation of sediments affects assimilate transport within aquatic plants and carbon transfer to microorganisms. Plant Biology. In press. Link.
  • Kohler J, Roldán A, Campoy M, Caravaca F. 2016. Unraveling the role of hyphal networks from arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in aggregate stabilization of semiarid soils with different textures and carbonate contents. Plant Soil. In press. Link.
  • Zheng W, Morris EK, Lehmann A, Rillig MC. 2016. Interplay of soil water repellency, soil aggregation and organic carbon. A meta-analysis. Geoderma 283: 39-47. Link.
  • Holloway JV, Rillig MC, Gurnell AM. 2016. Underground riparian wood: Reconstructing the processes influencing buried stem and coarse root structures of Black Poplar (Populus nigra L.). Geomorphology. In press. Link.
  • Hagedorn F, Joseph J, Peter M, Luster J, Pritsch K, Geppert U, Kerner R, Molinier V, Egli S, Schaub M, Liu JF, Li M, Sever K, Weiler M, Siegwolf RTW, Gessler A, Arend M. 2016. Recovery of trees from drought depends on belowground sink control. Nature Plants 2: 16111. Link.
  • Stein FM, Wong JCY, Sheng V, Law CSW, Schröder B, Baker DM. 2016. First genetic evidence of illegal trade in endangered European eel (Anguilla anguilla) from Europe to Asia. Conservation Genetics Resources. In press. Link.
  • Langerwisch F, Walz A, Rammig A, Tietjen B, Thonicke K, Cramer W. 2016. Climate change increases riverine carbon outgassing while export to the ocean remains uncertain. Earth System Dynamics 7: 559-582. Link.
  • Schlaeppi K, Bender SF, Mascher F, Russo G, Patrignani A, Camenzind T, Hempel S, Rillig MC, van der Heijden MGA. 2016. High-resolution community profiling of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist 212: 780–791. Link.
  • Kowarik I, Buchholz S, von der Lippe M, Seitz B. 2016. Biodiversity functions of urban cemeteries: Evidence from one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 19: 68–78. Link.
  • Latombe G, Pyšek P, Jeschke JM, Blackburn TM, Bacher S, Capinha C, Costello MJ, Fernández M, Gregory RD, Hobern D, Hui C, Jetz W, Kumschick S, McGrannachan C, Pergl J, Roy HE, Scalera R, Squires ZE, Wilson JRU,  Winter M, Genovesi P, McGeoch MA. 2016. A vision for global monitoring of biological invasions. Biological Conservation. In press. Link.
  • Dietz C, Gazaryan A, Papov G, Dundarova H, Mayer F. 2016. Myotis hajastanicus is a local vicariant of a widespread species rather than a critically endangered endemic of the Sevan lake basin (Armenia). Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde 81: 518–522. Link.
  • Biot A, Sakschewski B, Boysen L, Cano-Crespo A, Clement J, Garcia-Alaniz N, Kok K, Kolb M, Langerwisch F, Rammig A, Sachse R, van Eupen M, von Bloh W, Zemp DC, Thonicke K. 2016. Large-scale impact of climate change vs. land-use change on future biome shifts in Latin America. Global Change Biology 22: 3689–3701. Link.
  • Turjeman SF, Centeno-Cuadros A, Eggers U, Rotics S, Blas J, Fiedler W, Kaatz M, Jeltsch F, Wikelski M, Nathan R. 2016. Extra-pair paternity in the socially monogamous white stork (Ciconia ciconia) is fairly common and independent of local density. Scientific Reports 6: 27976. Link.
  • Heuner M, Weber A, Schröder U, Kleinschmit B, Schröder B. 2016. Facilitating political decisions using species distribution models to assess restoration measures in heavily modified estuaries. Marine Pollution Bulletin 110: 250–260. Link.
  • Menzel A, Hempel S, Manceur AM, Götzenberger L, Moora M, Rillig MC, Zobel. 2016. Distribution patterns of arbuscular mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal plant species in Germany. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 21: 78–88. Link.
  • Botzat A, Fischer LK, Kowarik I. 2016. Unexploited opportunities in understanding liveable and biodiverse cities. A review on urban biodiversity perception and valuation. Global Environmental Change 39: 220–233. Link.
  • Koch C, Jeschke JM, Overbeck GE, Kollmann J. 2016. Setting priorities for monitoring and managing non-native plants: towards a practical approach. Environmental Management. In press. Link.
  • Veresoglou SD, Anderson IC, de Sousa NMF, Hempel S, Rillig MC. 2016. Resilience of Fungal Communities to Elevated CO2. Microbial Ecology 72: 493–495. Link.
  • Soliveres S, Manning P, Prati D, Gossner MM, Alt F, Arndt H, Baumgartner V, Binkenstein J, Birkhofer K, Blaser S, Blüthgen N, Boch S, Böhm S, Börschig C, Buscot F, Diekötter T, Heinze J, Hölzel N, Jung K, Klaus VH, Klein AM, Kleinebecker T, Klemmer S, Krauss J, Lange M, Morris EK, Müller J, Oelmann Y, Overmann J, Pasalic E, Renner SC, Rillig MC, Schaefer HM, Schloter M, Schmitt B, Schöning I, Schrumpf M, Sikorski J, Socher SA, Solly EF, Sonnenmann I, Sorkau E, Steckel J, Steffen-Dewenter I, Stempfhuber B, Tschapka M, Türke M, Venter P, Weiner CN, Weisser WW, Werner M, Westphal C, Wilcke W, Wolters V, Wubet T, Wurst S, Fischer M, Allan E. 2016. Locally rare species influence grassland ecosystem multifunctionality. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371: 20150269. Link.
  • Veresoglou SD, Rillig MC, Fraser LH, Halley JM. 2016. The influence of sampled biomass on species–area relationships of grassland plants. New Phytologist 211: 382-385. Link.
  • Klauschies T, Vasseur DA, Gaedke U. 2016. Trait adaptation promotes species coexistence in diverse predator and prey communities. Ecology and Evolution 6: 4141–4159. Link.
  • van Schaik L, Palm J, Klaus J, Zehe E, Schröder B. 2016. Potential effects of tillage and field borders on within-field spatial distribution patterns of earthworms. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 228: 82–90. Link.
  • Rotics S, Kaatz M, Resheff YS, Turjeman SF, Zurell D, Sapir N, Eggers U, Flack A, Fiedler W, Jeltsch F, Wikelski M, Nathan R. 2016. The challenges of the first migration: movement and behaviour of juvenile vs. adult white storks with insights regarding juvenile mortality. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 938–947. Link.
  • Zurell D, Zimmermann NE, Sattler T, Nobis MP, Schröder B. 2016. Effects of functional traits on the prediction accuracy of species richness models. Diversity and Distributions 22: 905–917. Link.
  • Schneider AK, Van Schaik L, Zangerlé A, Eccard JA, Schröder B. 2016. Which abiotic filters shape earthworm distribution patterns at the catchment scale? European Journal of Soil Science 67: 431-442. Link.
  • Petermann JS, Rohland A, Sichardt N, Lade P, Guidetti P, Weisser WW, Gossner MM. 2016. Forest Management Intensity Affects Aquatic Communities in Artificial Tree Holes. PlosOne 11: e0155549. Link.
  • Arias S, Berendsohn WG, Borsch T, Flores-Olvera H, Ochoterena H, von Mering S, Zuloaga FO. 2016. Caryophyllales 2015 in Berlin and the Global Caryophyllales Initiative. Taxon 65: 427-428. Link.
  • Anderegg WRL, Martinez-Vilalta J, Cailleret M, Camarero JJ, Ewers BE, Galbraith D, Gessler A, Grote R, Huang C, Levick SR, Powell TL, Rowland L, Sánchez-Salguero R, Trotsiuk V. 2016. When a Tree Dies in the Forest: Scaling Climate-Driven Tree Mortality to Ecosystem Water and Carbon Fluxes. Ecosystems 19: 1133–1147. Link.
  • Xiang D, Veresoglou SD, Rillig MC, Xu T, Li H, Hao Z, Chen B. 2016. Relative Importance of Individual Climatic Drivers Shaping Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Communities. Microbial Ecology 72: 418-427. Link.
  • Hofmann F, Kruse‑Plass M, Kuhn U, Otto M, Schlechtriemen U, Schröder B, Vögel R, Wosniok W. 2016. Accumulation and variability of maize pollen deposition on leaves of European Lepidoptera host plants and relation to release rates and deposition determined by standardised technical sampling. Environmental Sciences Europe 28: 14. Link.
  • Berdan EL, Blankers T, Waurick I, Mazzoni CJ, Mayer F. 2016. A genes eye view of ontogeny: de novo assembly and profiling of the Gryllus rubens transcriptome. Molecular Ecology Resources 16: 1478–1490. Link.
  • Hommel R, Siegwolf R, Zavadlav S, Arend M, Schaub M, Galiano L, Haeni M, Kayler ZE, Gessler A. 2016. Impact of interspecific competition and drought on the allocation of new assimilates in trees. Plant Biology 18: 785–796.  Link.
  • Vályi K, Mardhiah U, Rillig MC, Hempel S. 2016. Community assembly and coexistence in communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. The ISME Journal. In press. Link.
  • Martin-Sanchez PM, Gorbushina AA, Toepel J. 2016. Quantification of microbial load in diesel storage tanks using culture- and qPCR-based approaches. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation. I press. Link.
  • Yan CF, Gessler A, Rigling A, Dobbertin M, Han XG, Li MH. 2016. Effects of mistletoe removal on growth, N and C reserves, and carbon and oxygen isotope composition in Scots pine hosts. Tree Physiology 36: 562-575. Link.
  • Fer I, Tietjen B, Jeltsch F, Trauth MH. 2016. Modelling vegetation change during Late Cenozoic uplift of the East African plateaus. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. In press. Link.
  • Sandberger-Loua L, Doumbi J, Rödel MO. 2016. Conserving the unique to save the diverse — Identifying key environmental determinants for the persistence of the viviparous Nimba toad in a West African World Heritage Site. Biological Conservation 198: 15–21. Link.
  • Johnston PR, Dobson AJ, Rolff J. 2016. Genomic signatures of experimental adaptation to antimicrobial peptides in Staphylococcus aureus. g3journal 6: 1535-1539. Link.
  • Roscher C, Schumacher J, Petermann JS, Fergus AJF, Gerighausen U, Michalski SG, Schmid B, Schulze DE. 2016. Convergent high diversity in naturally colonized experimental grasslands is not related to increased productivity. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 20: 32–45. Link.
  • Müller MEH, Koszinski S, Bangs DE, Wehrhan M, Ulrich A, Verch G, Brenning A. 2016. Crop biomass and humidity related factors reflect the spatial distribution of phytopathogenic Fusarium fungi and their mycotoxins in heterogeneous fields and landscapes. Precision Agriculture 17: 698. Link.
  • Arora R, Tockner K, Venohr M. 2016. Changing river temperatures in northern Germany: trends and drivers of change. Hydrological Processes 30: 3084–3096. Link.
  • Guo X, Petermann JS, Schittko C, Wurst S. 2016. Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne hapla) can modify the positive plant intraspecific diversity-productivity effect on red clover in clover-grass communities. Applied Soil Ecology 102: 26–35. Link.
  • Mardhiah U, Caruso T, Gurnell A, Rillig MC. 2016. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal hyphae reduce soil erosion by surface water flow in a greenhouse experiment. Applied Soil Ecology 99: 137–140. Link.
  • Heinze J, Sitte M, Schindhelm A, Wright J, Joshi J. 2016. Plant-soil feedbacks: a comparative study on the relative importance of soil-feedbacks in the greenhouse versus the field. Oecologia 181: 559–569. Link.
  • Weise L, Ulrich A, Moreano M, Gessler A, Kayler Z, Steger K, Zeller B, Rudolph K, Knezevic-Jaric J, Premke K. 2016. Water level changes affect carbon turnover and microbial community composition in lake sediments. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. In press. Link.
  • Fer I, Tietjen B, Jeltsch F. 2016. High-resolution modelling closes the gap between data and model simulations for Mid-Holocene and present-day biomes of East Africa. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 444: 144-151. Link.
  • Volkmann THM, Haberer K, Gessler A, Weiler M. 2016. High-resolution isotope measurements resolve rapid ecohydrological dynamics at the soil–plant interface. New Phytologist. In press. Link.
  • Ripperger S, Josic D, Hierol M, Koelpin A, Weigel R, Hartmann M, Page R, Mayer F. 2016. Automated proximity sensing in small vertebrates: design of miniaturized sensor nodes and first field tests in bats. Ecology and Evolution 6: 2179–2189. Link.
  • Fischer LK, Rodorff V, von der Lippe M, Kowarik I. 2016. Drivers of biodiversity patterns in parks of a growing South American megacity. Urban Ecosystems 210: 839–849. Link.
  • Guo T, Lohmann D, Ratzmann G, Tietjen B. 2016. Response of semi-arid savanna vegetation composition towards grazing along a precipitation gradient—The effect of including plant heterogeneity into an ecohydrological savanna model. Ecological Modelling. Link.
  • Andrade-Linares DR, Lehmann A, Rillig MC. 2016. Microbial stress priming - a meta-analysis. Environmental Microbiology 18: 1277–1288. Link.
  • Rillig MC, Lehmann A, Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Antonovics J, Caruso T, Hempel S, Lehmann J, Valyi K, Verbruggen E, Veresoglou SD, Powell JR . 2016. Soil microbes and community coalescence. Pedobiologia 59: 37–40. Link.
  • Camenzind T, Papathanasiou HJ, Förster A, Dietrich K, Hertel D,  Homeier J, Oelmann Y, Olsson PA, Suárez JP, Rillig MC. 2016. Increases in Soil Aggregation Following Phosphorus Additions in a Tropical Premontane Forest are Not Driven by Root and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Abundances. Frontiers in Earth Science 3: 89. Link.
  • Yu G, Baeder DY, Regoes RR, Rolff J. 2016. The More The Better? Combination Effects of Antimicrobial Peptides. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapie. In press. Link.
  • Buchholz S. 2016. Natural peat bog remnants promote distinct spider assemblages and habitat specific traits. Ecological Indicators 60: 774-780. Link.
  • Kohler J, Caravaca F, Azcon R, Díaz G, Roldan A. 2016. Suitability of the microbial community composition and function in a semiarid mine soil for assessing phytomanagement practices based on mycorrhizal inoculation and amendment addition. Journal of Environmental Management 169: 236–246. Link.
  • Carus J, Paul M, Schröder B. 2016. Vegetation as self-adaptive coastal protection: Reduction of current velocity and morphologic plasticity of a brackish marsh pioneer. Ecology and Evolution 6: 1579–1589. Link.
  • Andrade-Linares DR, Veresoglou SD, Rillig MC. 2016. Temperature priming and memory in soil filamentous fungi. Fungal Ecology 21: 10-15. Link.
  • George C, Kohler J, Rillig MC. 2016. Biochars reduce infection rates of the root-lesion nematode Pratylenchus penetrans and associated biomass loss in carrot. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 95: 11–18. Link.
  • Müller T, Behrendt U, Ruppel S, von der Waydbrink G, Müller ME. 2016. Fluorescent Pseudomonads in the Phyllosphere of Wheat: Potential Antagonists Against Fungal Phytopathogens. Current Microbiology 72: 383–389. Link
  • Camenzind T, Homeier J, Dietrich K, Hempel S, Hertel D, Krohn A, Leuschner C, Oelmann Y, Olsson PA, Suarez JP, Rillig MC. 2016. Opposing effects of nitrogen versus phosphorus additions on mycorrhizal fungal abundance along an elevational gradient in tropical montane forests. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 94: 37–47. Link.
  • Säumel I, Weber F, Kowarik I. 2016. Toward livable and healthy urban streets: Roadside vegetation provides ecosystem services where people live and move. Environmental Science & Policy 62: 24–33. Link.
  • Hausmann SL, Petermann JS, Rolff J. 2016. Wild bees as pollinators of city trees. Insect Conservation and Diversity 9: 97–107. Link.
  • Pfestorf H, Körner K, Sonnemann I, Wurst S, Jeltsch F. 2016. Coupling experimental data with individual-based modelling reveals differential effects of root herbivory on grassland plant co-existence along a resource gradient. Journal of Vegetation Science 27: 269–282. Link.
  • Verbruggen E, Jansa J, Hammer EC, Rillig MC. 2016. Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi stabilize litter-derived carbon in soil. Journal of Ecology 104: 261–269. Link.
  • Sitzia T, Campagnaro T, Kowarik I, Trentanovi G. 2016. Using forest management to control alien invasive species: helping implemnt the new European regulation on alien invasive species. Biological Invasions 18: 1-7. Link.
  • Scherer C, Jeltsch F, Grimm V, Blaum N. 2016. Merging trait-based and individual-based modelling: An animal functional type approach to explore the responses of birds to climatic and land use changes in semi-arid African savannas. Ecological Modelling 326: 75–89. Link.
  • Miller BA, Koszinski S, Hierold W, Schröder B, Wehrhan M, Sommer M. 2016. Towards mapping soil carbon landscapes: Issues of sampling scale and transferability. Soil and Tillage Research 156: 194–208. Link.
  • Tietjen B. 2016. Same rainfall amount different vegetation—How environmental conditions and their interactions influence savanna dynamics. Ecological Modelling 326: 13–22. Link.
  • Eilers EJ, Veit D, Rillig MC, Hansson BS, Hilker M, Reinecke A. 2015. Soil substrates affect responses of root-feeding larvae to their hosts at multiple levels: orientation, locomotion and feeding. Basic and Applied Ecology 17: 115–124. Link.
  • Du B, Jansen K, Kleiber A, Eiblmeier M, Kammerer B, Ensminger I, Gessler A, Rennenberg H, Kreuzwieser J. 2015. A coastal and an interior Douglas fir provenance exhibit different metabolic strategies to deal with drought stress. Tree Physiology 36: 148-163. Link.
  • Schirmel J, Bundschuh M, Entling MH, Kowarik I, Buchholz S. 2015. Impacts of invasive plants on resident animals across ecosystems, taxa, and feeding types: A global assessment. Global Change Biology 22:  594–603. Link.
  • Sardans J, Alonso R, Janssens I, Carnicer J, Veresoglou S, Rillig MC, Fernandez-Martinez M, Sanders T, Penuelas J. 2015. Foliar and soil concentrations and stoichiometry of N and P across European Pinus sylvestris forests: relationships with climate, N deposition and tree growth. Functional Ecology 30: 676–689. Link.
  • Gossner MM, Lade P, Rohland A, Sichardt N, Kahl T, Bauhus J, Weisser WW, Petermann JS. 2016. Effects of management on aquatic tree-hole communities in temperate forests are mediated by detritus amount and water chemistry. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 213–226. Link.
  • Hilker M, Schwachtje J, Baier M, Balazadeh S, Bäurle I, Geiselhardt S, Hincha DK, Kunze R, Mueller-Roeber B, Rillig MC, Rolff J, Romeis T, Schmülling T, Steppuhn A, van Dongen J, Whitcomb SJ, Wurst S, Zuther E, Kopka J. 2016. Priming and memory of stress responses in organisms lacking a nervous system. Biological Reviews 91: 1118–1133. Link.

2015

  • Ensslin A, Tschöpe O, Burkart M, Joshi J. 2015. Fitness decline and adaptation to novel environments in ex situ plant collections: Current knowledge and future perspectives. Biological Conservation 192: 394–401. Link.
  • Veresoglou SD, Halley JM, Rillig MC. 2015. Extinction risk of soil biota. Nature Communications 6: 8862. Link.
  • Johnston PR, Rolff J. 2015. Host and Symbiont Jointly Control Gut Microbiota during Complete Metamorphosis. PLoS Pathogens 11: e1005246. Link.
  • Guo XH, Petermann JS, Schittko C, Wurst S. 2015. Independent role of belowground organisms and plant cultivar diversity in legume-grass communities. Applied Soil Ecology 95: 1-8. Link.
  • Karp DS, Tallis H, Sachse R, Halpern B, Thonicke K, Cramer W, Mooney H, Polasky S, Tietjen B, Waha K, Walz A, Wolny S. 2015. National indicators for observing ecosystem service change. Global Environmental Change 35: 12-21. Link.
  • Sonnemann I, Pfestorf H, Jeltsch F, Wurst S. 2015. Community-Weighted Mean Plant Traits Predict Small Scale Distribution of Insect Root Herbivore Abundance. PLoS ONE 10: e0141148. Link.
  • Rieger I, Kowarik I, Cierjacks A. 2015. Drivers of carbon sequestration by biomass compartment of riparian forests. Ecosphere 6: 185. Link.
  • Buchholz S, Tietze H, Kowarik I, Schirmel J. 2015. Effects of a Major Tree Invader on Urban Woodland Arthropods. PLoS ONE 10(9): e0137723. Link.
  • Poorter L, van der Sande MT, Thompson J, et al. 2015. Diversity enhances carbon storage in tropical forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24: 1314–1328. Link.
  • Heinze J, Werner T, Weber E, Rillig MC, Joshi J. 2015. Soil biota effects on local abundances of three grass species along a land-use gradient. Oecologia 179: 249-259. Link.
  • Lehmann A, Rillig MC. 2015. Understanding mechanisms of soil biota involvement in soil aggregation: A way forward with saprobic fungi? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88: 298-302. Link.
  • Hammer EC, Forstreuter M, Rillig MC, Kohler J. 2015. Biochar increases arbuscular mycorrhizal plant growth enhancement and ameliorates salinity stress. Applied Soil Ecology 96: 114-121. Link.
  • Berdan EL, Mazzoni CJ, Waurick I, Roehr JT, Mayer F. 2015. A population genomic scan in Chorthippus grasshoppers unveils previously unknown phenotypic divergence. Molecular Evolution 24: 3918-3930. Link.
  • Frank DA, Reichstein M, Bahn M, Thonicke K, Frank D, Mahecha MD, Smith P, Van der Velde M, Vicca S, Babst F, Beer C, Buchmann N, Canadell JP, Ciais P, Cramer W, Ibrom A, Miglietta F, Poulter B, Rammig A, Seneviratne SI, Walz A, Wattenbach M, Zavala MA, Zscheischler J. 2015. Effects of climate extremes on the terrestrial carbon cycle: concepts, processes and potential future impacts. Global Change Biology 21: 2861–288. Link.
  • Moll J, Goldmann K, Kramer S, Hempel S, Kandeler E, Marhan S, Ruess L, Krüger D, Buscot F. 2015. Resource Type and Availability Regulate Fungal Communities Along Arable Soil Profiles. Microbial Ecology 70: 390-399. Link.
  • Rillig MC, Antonovics J, Caruso T, Lehmann A, Powell JR, Veresoglou SD, Verbruggen E. 2015. Interchange of entire communities: microbial community coalescence. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30: 470-476. Link.
  • Veresoglou SD, Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Mansour I, Rillig MC. 2015. Self-DNA: a blessing in disguise? New Phytologist 207: 488-490. Link.
  • Ramirez KS, Döring M, Eisenhauer N, Gardi C, Ladau J, Leff JW, Lentendu G, Lindo Z, Rillig MC, Russell D, Scheu S, St. John MG, de Vries FT, Wubet T, van der Putten WH, Wall DH. 2015. Towards a global platform for linking soil biodiversity data. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution 3: 91. Link.
  • Allan E, Manning P,  Alt F, Binkenstein J, Blaser S, Bluethgen N, Bohm S, Grassein F, Holzel N, Klaus VH, Kleinebecker T, Morris EK, Oelmann Y, Prati D, Renner SC, Rillig MC, Schaefer M, Schloter M, Schmitt B, Schoning I, Schrumpf M, Solly E, Sorkau E, Steckel J, Steffen-Dewenter I, Stempfhuber B, Tschapka M, Weiner CN, Weisser WW, Werner M, Westphal C, Wilcke W, Fischer M. 2015. Land use intensification alters ecosystem multifunctionality via loss of biodiversity and changes to functional composition. Ecology Letters 18: 834–843. Link.
  • Mikolajewski DJ, Rüsen L, Mauersberger R, Johansson F, Rolff J. 2015. Relaxed predation results in reduced phenotypic integration in a suite of dragonflies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 1354-1363. Link.
  • Borsch T, Hernandez-Ledesma P, Berendsohn WG, Flores-Olvera H, Ochoterena H, Zuloaga FO, von Mering S, Kilian N. 2015. An integrative and dynamic approach for monographing species-rich plant groups - Building the global synthesis of the angiosperm order Caryophyllales. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 17: 284-300. Link.
  • Heinze J, Bergmann J, Rillig MC, Joshi J. 2015. Negative biotic soil-effects enhance biodiversity by restricting potentially dominant plant species in grasslands. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 17: 227-235. Link.
  • Johnston PR, Mikolajewski DJ, Rolff J. 2015. Identification of viruses associated with larvae of the dragonfly Leucorrhinia dubia, and damselfly Coenagrion puella from RNA sequencing data. International Journal of Odonatology 18: 81–88. Link.
  • Felsmann K, Baudis M, Gimbel K, Kayler ZE, Ellerbrock R, Bruelheide H, Bruckhoff J, Welk E, Puhlmann H, Weiler M, Gessler A, Ulrich A. 2015. Soil Bacterial Community Structure Responses to Precipitation Reduction and Forest Management in Forest Ecosystems across Germany. PLoS ONE 10: e0122539. Link.
  • Sakschewski B, von Bloh W, Boit A, Rammig A, Kattge J, Poorter L, Peñuelas J, Thonicke K. 2015. Leaf and stem economics spectra drive diversity of functional plant traits in a dynamic global vegetation model. Global Change Biology 21: 2711–2725. Link.
  • Rillig MC, Rolff J, Tietjen B, Wehner J, Andrade-Linares DR. 2015. Community priming-effects of sequential stressors on microbial assemblages. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91: fiv040. Link.
  • Verbruggen E, Xiang D, Chen BD, Xu TL, Rillig MC. 2015. Mycorrhizal fungi associated with high soil N:P ratios are more likely to be lost upon conversion from grasslands to arable agriculture. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 86: 1-4. Link.
  • Venail P, Gross K, Oakley TH, Narwani A, Allan E, Flombaum P, Isbell F, Joshi J, Reich PB, Tilman D, van Ruijven J, Cardinale BJ. 2015. Species richness, but not phylogenetic diversity, influences community biomass production and temporal stability in a re-examination of 16 grassland biodiversity studies. Functional Ecology 29: 615–626. Link.
  • Maaß S, Maraun M, Scheu S, Rillig MC, Caruso T. 2015. Environmental filtering vs. resource-based niche partitioning in diverse  soil animal assemblages. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85: 145-152. Link.
  • Eilers EJ, Pauls G, Rillig MC, Hansson BS, Hilker M, Reinecke A. 2015. Novel Set-Up for Low-Disturbance Sampling of Volatile and Non-volatile Compounds from Plant Roots. Journal of Chemical Ecology 41: 253-266. Link.
  • Synodinos AD, Tietjen B, Jeltsch F. 2015. Facilitation in drylands: Modeling a neglected driver of savanna dynamics. Ecological Modelling 304: 11-21. Link.
  • Petermann JS, Kratina P, Marino NAC, MacDonald AAM, Srivastava DS. 2015. Resources Alter the Structure and Increase Stochasticity in Bromeliad Microfauna Communities. PLoS ONE 10: e0118952. Link.
  • Tischer A, Werisch M, Dobbelin F, Camenzind T, Rillig MC, Potthast K, Hamer U. 2015. Above- and belowground linkages of a nitrogen and phosphorus co-limited tropicalmountain pasture system-responses to nutrient enrichment. Plant and Soil 391: 333-352. Link.
  • Rillig MC, Kiessling W, Borsch T, Gessler A, Greenwood AD, Hofer H, Joshi J, Schröder B, Thonicke K, Tockner K, Weißhuhn K, Jeltsch F. 2015. Biodiversity research: data without theory – theory without data. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3: 20. Link.
  • Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Hempel S, Powell JR, Anderson IC, Antonovics J, Bergmann J, Cavagnaro TR, Chen BD, Hart MM, Klironomos J, Petermann JS, Verbruggen E, Veresoglou SD, Rillig MC. 2015. Branching out: Towards a trait-based understanding of fungal ecology. Fungal Biology Reviews 29: 34-41. Link.
  • Maaß S, Caruso T, Rillig MC. 2015. Functional role of microarthropods in soil aggregation. Pedobiologia 28: 59-63. Link.
  • Weiss L, Jeltsch F. 2015. The response of simulated grassland communities to the cessation of grazing. Ecological Modelling 303: 1-11. Link.
  • Hampe O, Franke H, Hipsley CA, Kardjilov N, Müller J. 2015. Prenatal cranial ossification of the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae). Journal of Morphology 276: 564-582. Link.
  • Stein FM, Doering-Arjes P, Fladung E, Brämick U, Bendal B, Schröder B. 2015. Downstream migration of European eel (Anguilla anguilla): Movement patterns and triggers. River Research and Applications 32: 666–676. Link.
  • Gimbel KF, Felsmann K, Baudis M, Puhlmann H, Gessler A, Bruelheide H, Kayler Z, Ellerbrock RH, Ulrich A, Welk E, Weiler M. 2015. Drought in forest understory ecosystems - a novel rainfall reduction experiment. Biogeosciences 12: 961-975. Link.
  • Horn S, Hempel S, Ristow M, Rillig MC, Kowarik I, Caruso T. 2015. Plant community assembly at small scales: Spatial vs. environmental factors in a European grassland. Acta Oecologica 63: 56-62. Link.
  • Beudert B, Bassler C, Thorn S, Noss R, Schroder B, Dieffenbach-Fries H, Foullois N, Müller J. 2015. Bark Beetles Increase Biodiversity While Maintaining Drinking Water Quality. Conservation Letters 8: 272-281. Link.
  • Seifert LI, Weithoff G, Gaedke U, Vos M. 2015. Warming-induced changes in predation, extinction and invasion in an ectotherm food web. Oecologia 178: 485–496. Link.
  • Kohler J, Caravaca F, Azcon R, Diaz G, Roldan A. 2015. The combination of compost addition and arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation produced positive and synergistic effects on the phytomanagement of a semiarid mine tailing. Science of The Total Environment 514: 42–48. Link.
  • Petermann JS, Farjalla VF, Jocque M, Kratina P, MacDonald AAM, Marino NAC, de Omena PM, Piccoli GCO, Richardson BA, Richardson MJ, Romero GQ, Videla M, Srivastava DS. 2015. Dominant predators mediate the impact of habitat size on trophic structure in bromeliad invertebrate communities. Ecology 96: 428–439. Link.
  • Hunke P, Müller EN, Schröder B, Zeilhofer P. 2015. The Brazilian Cerrado: Ecohydrological assessment of the water and soil degradation of meso-scale catchments under intensive agricultural use. Ecohydrology 8: 1154-1160. Link.
  • Hunke P, Roller R, Zeilhofer P, Schröder B, Müller EN. 2015. Soil changes under different land use in heavily modified regions of the Cerrado of Mato Grosso, Brazil. Geoderma Regional 4: 31-43. Link.
  • Cardinale BJ, Venail P, Gross K, Oakley TH, Narwani A, Allan E, Flombaum P, Joshi J, Reich PB, Tilman D, van Ruijven J. 2015. Further re-analyses looking for effects of phylogenetic diversity on community biomass and stability. Functional Ecology. In press. Link.
  • Kahl SM, Ulrich A, Kirichenko AA, Müller MEH. 2015. Phenotypic and phylogenetic segregation of Alternaria infectoria from small-spored Alternaria species isolated from wheat in Germany and Russia. Journal of Applied Microbiology 119: 1637--1650. Link.
  • Weithoff G, Rocha MR, Gaedke U. 2015. Comparing seasonal dynamics of functional and taxonomic diversity reveals the driving forces underlying phytoplankton community structure. Freshwater Biology 60: 758-767. Link.
  • Valyi K, Rillig MC, Hempel S. 2015. Land use intensity and host plant identity interactively shape communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in roots of grasssland plants. New Phytologist 205: 1577-1586. Link.
  • Grossiord C, Forner A, Gessler A, Granier A, Pollastrini M, Valladares F, Bonal D. 2015. Influence of species interactions on transpiration of Mediterranean tree species during a summer drought. European Journal of Forest Research: 134. Link.
  • Leifheit EF, Verbruggen E, Rillig MC. 2015. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi reduce decomposition of woody plant litter while increasing soil aggregation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81: 323-328. Link.
  • Lehmann A, Rillig MC. 2015. Arbuscular mycorrhizal contribution to copper, manganese and iron nutrient concentrations in crops - A meta-analysis. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81: 147-158. Link.
  • Sardans J, Janssens IA, Alonso R, Veresoglou SD, Rillig MC, Sanders TGM, Carnicer J, Filella I, Farre-Armengol G, Penuelas J. 2015. Foliar elemental composition of European forest tree species associated with evolutionary traits and present environmental and competitive conditions. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24: 240-255. Link.
  • Mardhiah U, Rillig MC, Gurnell A. 2015. Reconstructing the development of sampled sites on fluvial island surfaces of the Tagliamento River, Italy, from historical sources. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40: 629–641. Link.
  • Wurst S, Kaiser N, Nitzsche S, Haase J, Auge H, Rillig MC, Powell JR. 2015. Tree diversity modifies distance-dependent effects on seedling emergence but not plant-soil feedbacks of temperate trees. Ecology 96: 1529–1539. Link.
  • Rillig MC, Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Bergmann J, Verbruggen E, Veresoglou SD, Lehmann A. 2015. Plant root and mycorrhizal fungal traits for understanding soil aggregation. New Phytologist 205: 1385–1388. Link.
  • Dorling J, Moraes C, Rolff J. 2015. Recognition, survival and persistence of Staphylococcus aureus in the model host Tenebrio molitor. Developmental & Comparative Immunology 48: 284-290. Link.
  • Zurell D, Eggers U, Kaatz M, Rotics S, Sapir N, Wikelski M, Nathan R, Jeltsch F. 2015. Individual-based modelling of resource competition to predict density-dependent population dynamics: a case study with white storks. Oikos 124: 319-330. Link.
  • Geyer J, Strixner L, Kreft S, Jeltsch F, Ibisch PL. 2015. Adapting conservation to climate change: a case study on feasibility and implementation in Brandenburg, Germany. Regional Environmental Change 15: 139-153. Link

2013 & 2014