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2014

Bae, S.-y., B. Reineking, M. Ewald, and J. Müller. 2014. Comparison of airborne lidar, aerial photos and field survey to model habitat suitability of a cryptic forest species - the hazel grouse. International Journal of Remote Sensing.

Bässler, C. 2014. Prozessschutz und Biodiversität. Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt 136:177-188.

Bässler, C., R. Ernst, M. Cadotte, C. Heibl, and J. Müller. 2014. Near-to-nature logging influences fungal community assembly processes in a temperate forest. Journal of Applied Ecology 51:939-948.

Belotti, E., J. Kreisinger, D. Romportl, M. Heurich, and L. Bufka. 2014. Eurasian lynx hunting red deer: Is there an influence of a winter enclosure system? European Journal of Wildlife Research 60:441-457.

Beudert, B., C. Bässler, S. Thorn, R. Noss, B. Schröder, H. Dieffenbach-Fries, N. Foullois, and J. Müller. 2014. Bark beetles increase biodiversity while maintaining drinking water quality. Conservation Letters.

Cailleret, M., M. Heurich, and H. Bugmann. 2014. Reduction in browsing intensity may not compensate climate change effects on tree species composition in the Bavarian Forest National Park. Forest Ecology and Management 328:179-192.

Debeffe, L., S. Focardi, C. Bonenfant, A. J. M. Hewison, N. Morellet, C. Vanpé, M. Heurich, P. Kjellander, J. D. C. Linnell, A. Mysterud, M. Pellerin, P. Sustr, F. Urbano, and F. Cagnacci. 2014. A one night stand? Reproductive excursions of female roe deer as a breeding dispersal tactic. Oecologia 176:431-443.

Ewald, J., L. Braun, T. Zeppenfeld, H. Jehl, and M. Heurich. 2014. Estimating the distribution of forage mass for ungulates from vegetation plots in Bavarian forest national park. Tuexenia 34:53-70.

Ewald, M., C. Dupke, M. Heurich, J. Müller, and B. Reineking. 2014. LiDAR Remote Sensing of Forest Structure and GPS Telemetry Data Provide Insights on Winter Habitat Selection of European Roe Deer. Forests 5:1374-1390.

Farwig, N., R. Brandl, S. Siemann, F. Wiener, and J. Müller. 2014. Decomposition rate of carrion is dependent on composition not abunddance of the assemblages of inserct scavengers. Oecologia 175:1291-1300.

Grignolio, S., M. Heurich, N. Sprem, and M. Apollonio. 2014. The Management of Ungulates in Protected Areas. Behaviour and Management of European Ungulates:178-191.

Hagen, R., S. Kramer-Schadt, L. Fahse, and M. Heurich. 2014. Population control based on abundance estimates: Frequency does not compensate for uncertainty. Ecological Complexity 20:43-50.

Heurich, M., A. Hilger, H. Küchenhoff, H. Andrén, L. Bufka, M. Krofel, J. Mattisson, J. Odden, J. Persson, G. R. Rauset, K. Schmidt, and J. D. C. Linnell. 2014. Activity patterns of Eurasian lynx are modulated by light regime and individual traits over a wide latitudinal range. PLOS ONE 9.

Kaldhusdal, A., R. Brandl, J. Müller, L. Möst, and T. Hothorn. 2014. Spatio-Phylogenetic Multi-Species Distribution Models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Maraun, M., D. Dana Augustin, J. Müller, C. Bässler, and S. Scheu. 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 84 16-23

Martin, G., M. Brändle, R. Brandl, J. Bail, J. Müller, and L. Opgenoorth. 2014. 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.

Meyer, C., M. Heurich, I. Huber, G. Krause, U. Ullrich, and A. Fetsch. 2014. Die Bedeutung von Wildtieren als Reservoir für antibiotikaresistente Erreger in Bayern - erste Ergebnisse. Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 127:129-134.

Mikolas, M., M. Svoboda, V. Pouska, R. Morrissey, D. Donato, W. Keeton, T. Nagel, P. V., J. Müller, C. Bässler, J. Knorn, R. L., E. C., T. V., P. Janda, H. Mrhalova, Z. Michalova, f. Krumm, and D. Kraus. 2014. Comment on "Opinion paper: Forest management and biodiversity: the role of protected areas is greater than the sum of its number of species. Web Ecol. 14:61-64.

Mirjana Bevanda, N. Horning, B. Reineking, M. Heurich, M. Wegmann, and J. Müller. 2014. Adding structure to land cover - using fractional cover to study animal habitat selection. Movement Ecology 2.

Müller, J., S. Bae, J. Röder, A. Chao, and R. K. Didham. 2014. Airborne LiDAR reveals context dependence in the effects of canopy architecture on arthropod diversity. Forest Ecology and Management 312:129-137.

Müller, J., C. Bässler, S. Essbauer, S. Schex, D. W. H. Müller, L. Opgenoorth, and R. Brandl. 2014. Relative heart size in two rodent species increases with elevation: reviving Hesse's rule. Journal of Biogeography 41:2211-2220.

Müller, J., H. Brustel, A. Brin, H. Bussler, C. Bouget, E. Obermaier, I. M. M. Heidinger, T. Lachat, B. Förster, J. Horak, J. Procházka, F. Köhler, L. Larrieu, U. Bense, G. Isacsson, L. Zapponi, and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles. Ecography.

Müller, J., A. Jarzabek-Müller, H. Bussler, and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Hollow beech trees identified as keystone structures by analyses of functional and phylogenetic diversity of saproxylic beetles. Animal Conservation 17:154-162.

Müller, J. and L. Opgenoorth. 2014. On the gap between science and conservation implementation – a national park perspective. Basic and Applied Ecology 15:373-378.

Müller, J., S. Seibold, and S. Thorn. 2014. Fledermausforschung im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald. AFZ-DerWald 9:28-30.

Müller, J., S. Seibold, S. Thorn, and S. Werner. 2014. Die Rückkehr des Habichtskauzes in den Bayerischen Wald. Der Falke 61.
Müller, J., M. Wölfl, S. Wölfl, D. W. H. Müller, T. Hothorn, and M. Heurich. 2014. Protected areas shape the spatial distribution of a European lynx population more than 20 years after reintroduction. Biological Conservation 177:210-217.
Müller, J., M. Wölfl, S. Wölfl, D. W. H. Müller, T. Hothorn, and M. Heurich. 2014. Protected areas shape the spatial distribution of a European lynx population more than 20 years after reintroduction. Biological Conservation 177:210-217.
Nielsen, M. M., M. Heurich, B. Malmberg, and A. Brun. 2014. Automatic mapping of standing dead trees after an insect outbreak using the window independent context segmentation method. Journal of Forestry 112:564-571.
Parmain, G., C. Bouget, J. Müller, J. Horak, M. M. Gossner, T. Lachat, and G. Isacsson. 2014. Can rove beetles (Staphylinidae) be excluded in studies focusing on saproxylic beetles in central European beech forests? Bulletin of Entomological Research.
Polewski, P., W. Yao, M. Heurich, P. Krzystek, and U. Stilla. 2014. Detection of fallen trees in ALS point clouds of a temperate forest by combining point/primitive-level shape descriptors. 23:1-12.
Ray, R. R., H. Seibold, and M. Heurich. 2014. Invertebrates outcompete vertebrate facultative scavengers in simulated lynx kills in the Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 37:77-88.
Rösner, S., R. Brandl, T. Lorrenc, and J. Müller. 2014. Genetic assessment reveals a viable and coherent population of a highly threatened forest bird. Journal of Wildlife Management 60:789-801.
Rösner, S., r. Brandl, G. Segelbacher, T. Lorenc, and J. Müller. 2014. Noninvasive genetic sampling allows estimation of capercaillie numbers and population structure in the Bohemian Forest. Eur J Forest Res.
Rösner, S., E. Mussard-Forster, T. Lorenc, and J. Müller. 2014. Recreation shapes a "landscape of fear" for a threatened forest bird species in Central Europe. Landscape Ecology 29:55-66.
Seibold, S., C. Bässler, P. Baldrian, S. Thorn, J. Müller, and M. M. Gossner. 2014. Wood resource and not fungi attract early-successional saproxylic species of Heteroptera – an experimental approach. Insect Conservation and Diversity 7:533-542.
Seibold, S., R. Brandl, J. Buse, T. Hothorn, J. Schmidl, S. Thorn, and J. Müller. 2014. Association of the extinction risk of saproxylic beetles and the ecological degradation of forests in Europe Conservation Biology.
Stoeckle, B. C., D. Müller, J. Müller, and R. Kuehn. 2014. Identification of 10 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the high montane gastropod Semilimax kotulae using high-throughput sequence data. Molluscan Research 34:1.
Stoll, S., M. Frenzel, B. Burkhard, M. Adamescu, A. Augustaitis, C. Baeßler, F. J. Bonet, C. Cazacu, G. L. Cosor, R. Díaz-Delgado, M. L. Carranza, U. Grandin, P. Haase, H. Hämäläinen, R. Loke, J. Müller, A. Stanisci, T. Staszewski, and F. Müller. 2014. Assessment of ecosystem integrity and service gradients across Europe using the LTER Europe network. Ecological Modelling.
Thoma, b., J. Müller, C. Bässler, E. Georgi, A. Osterberg, S. Schex, C. Bottomley, and S. Essbauer. 2014. Identification of Factors Influencing the Puumala Virus Seroprevalence within Its Reservoir in a Montane Forest Environment. Viruses 6:3944-3967.
Thoma, B., J. Müller, C. Bässler, E. Georgi, A. Osterberg, S. Schex, C. Bottomley, and S. Essbauer. 2014. Predicting the risk for hantaviruses in rodents in a montane forest environment. Viruses 6:3944-3967.
Thorn, S., C. Bässler, T. Gottschalk, T. Hothorn, H. Bussler, K. R., and J. Müller. 2014. New Insights into the Consequences of Post-Windthrow Salvage Logging Revealed by Functional Structure of Saproxylic Beetles Assemblages. PLOS ONE 9.
Thorn, S., C. Bässler, T. Gottschalk, T. Hothorn, H. Bussler, K. Raffa, and J. Müller. 2014. New Insights into the Consequences of Post-Windthrow Salvage Logging Revealed by Functional Structure of Saproxylic Beetles Assemblages. PLOS ONE 9:e101757.
Thorn, S., H. H. Hacker, S. Seibold, H. Jehl, C. Bässler, and J. Müller. 2014. Guild-specific responses of forest Lepidoptera highlight conservation oriented forest management - implications from conifer-dominated forests. Forest Ecol Manag.
Thorn, S., J. Müller, C. Bässler, A. Gminder, R. Brandl, and C. Heibl. 2014. Host abundance, durability, basidiome growth formniche diversity and phylogenetic isolation determine fungivore species richness. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.
Wang, X. W., J. Müller, L. L. An, L. Z. Ji, Y. Liu, X. G. Wang, and Z. Q. Hao. 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.
Winter, M.-B., C. Ammer, R. Baier, D. C. Donato, S. Seibold, and J. Müller. 2014. Multi-taxon alpha diversity following bark beetle disturbance: evaluating multi-decade persistence of a diverse early-seral phase. Forest Ecology and Management.
Yao, W., J. Krull, P. Krzystek, and M. Heurich. 2014. Sensitivity analysis of 3D individual tree detection from LiDAR point clouds of temperate forests. forests 5:1122-1142.
Zehetmair, T., J. Müller, V. Runkel, P. Stahlschmidt, S. Winter, A. Zharov, and A. Gruppe. 2014. Poor effectiveness of Natura 2000 beech forests in protecting forest-dwelling bats. Jornal for Nature Conservation:1-8.
Zehetmair, T., J. Müller, A. Zharov, and A. Gruppe. 2014. Effects of Natura 2000 and habitat variables used for habitat assessment on beetle assemblages in European beech forests. Insect Conservation and Diversity:1-12.

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