Prof. Dr. Carsten F. Dormann

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Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

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Hauenstein, S., Kshatriya, M., Blanc, F., Dormann, C.F. & Beale, C. (2019) African elephant poaching rates correlate with local poverty, national corruption and global ivory price. Nature Communications, accepted for publication.
Fechter, D., Ciuti, S., Kelle, D., Pratje, P., Dormann, C.F. & Storch, I. (2019) Spatial behavior in rehabilitated orangutans in Sumatra: where do they go? PLoS one, accepted for publication.
Martin, E., ..., Dormann, C.F. & 64 others. (2019) The interplay of landscape composition and configuration: new pathways to manage functional biodiversity and agro-ecosystem services across Europe. Ecology Letters, early online pdf
Patenaude, G., Lautenbach, S., Paterson, J.S., Locatelli, T., Dormann, C.F., Metzger, M.J. & Walz, A. (2019) Breaking the environmental services glass ceiling: realising impact. Regional Environmental Change, in press. preprint pdf
Lautenbach, S., Mupepele, A.-C., Dormann, C.F., Lee, H., Schmidt, S., Scholte, S.S.K., Seppelt, R., van Teeffelen, A.J.A., Verhagen, W., Volk, M. (2018) Blind spots in ecosystem services research and challenges for implementation. Regional Environmental Change, accepted for publication.
Dupke, C., Dormann, C.F. & Heurich, M. (2018). Does public participation shift German national park priorities away from nature conservation? Environmental Conservation, accepted. preprint pdf
Karp, D.S., Chaplin-Kramer, R., ... Dormann, C.F., ... & 154 others (2018) Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, early online PDF.
Araújo, M.B., Anderson, R.P., Barbosa, A.M., Beale, C.M., Dormann, C.F., Early, R., Garcia, R.A., Guisan, A., Maiorano, L., Naimi, B., O'Hara, R.B., Zimmermann, N.E. & Rahbek, C. (2018) Towards standards for distribution models in biodiversity assessments. Scientific Advances 5, eaat 4858. pdf

Dormann, C. F.; Bobrowski, M.; Dehling, D. M.; Harris, D. J.; Hartig, F.; Lischke, H.; Moretti, M.; Pagel, J.; Pinkert, S.; Schleuning, M.; Schmidt, S. I.; Sheppard, C. S.; Steinbauer, M. J.; Zeuss, D. & Kraan, C. (2018) Biotic interactions in species distribution modelling: ten questions to guide interpretation and avoid false conclusions. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27, 14-116. PDF
Dormann, C. F., Guillera-Arroita, G., Calabrese, J. M., Matechou, E., Bahn, V., Bartón, K., … Hartig, F. (2018). Model averaging in ecology: a review of Bayesian, information-theoretic and tactical approaches for predictive inference. Ecological Monographs 88, 485-504. PDF | appendix S1 | DataS1
Erratum: Neither paper of Turek & Fletcher made the assumption of not having the full model in the set (p. 7, left column).
Bagnara, M., Silveyra Gonzalez, R., Reifenberg, S., Steinkamp, J., Hickler, T., Werner, C., Dormann, C.F. & Hartig, F. (2018). An R package facilitating sensitivity analysis, calibration and forward simulations with the LPJ-GUESS dynamic vegetation model. Environmental Modelling and Software 111, 55-60. pdf

El Gabbas, A. & Dormann, C.F. (2018) Wrong, but useful: regional species distribution models may not be improved by range-wide data under biased sampling. Ecology & Evolution, 8, 2196-2206. pdf 

Yates, K.L., Bouchet, P.J., ...., Dormann, C.F., ... & 50 others (2018) Outstanding challenges in the transferability of ecological models. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 33, 790-802. pdf
Storch, F., Dormann, C.F. & Bauhus, J. (2018) Quantifying forest structural diversity based on large-scale inventory data: a new approach to support biodiversity monitoring. Forest Ecosystems, 5, 34. pdf
Ciuti, S., Trippke, H., Antkowiak, P., Silveyra Gonzalez, R., Dormann, C.F. & Heurich, M. (2018) An efficient method to exploit LiDAR data in animal ecology. Methods in Ecology & Evolution, 9, 893-904. pdf
Gutzat, F. & Dormann, C.F. (2018) Decaying trees improve nesting opportunities for cavity-nesting birds in temperate andboreal forests: a meta-analysis and implications for retention forestry. Ecology & Evolution, 8, 8616-8626. pdf
Benneter, A., Forrester, D.I., Bouriaud, O., Dormann, C.F., & Bauhus, J. (2018) Tree species diversity does not compromise stem quality in major European forest types. Forest Ecology and Management, 423, 323-337. pdf
Vonderach, C., Dormann, C. F., & Kändler, G. (2018). Consistent set of additive biomass functions for eight tree species in Germany fit by nonlinear seemingly unrelated regression. Annals of Forest Science, 75, 49. pdf
El Gabbas, A. & Dormann, C.F. (2018) Improved species-occurrence predictions in data-poor regions: using large-scale data and bias correction with down-weighted Poisson regression and Maxent. Ecography, 41, 1161-1172. pdf
Stängle, S. & Dormann, C.F. (2017) Modelling the variation of bark thickness within and between European silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) trees in southwest Germany. Forestry, 91, 283-294. pdf
De Avila, A.L., van der Sande, M., Dormann, C.F., Peña-Claros, M., Poorter, L., Mazzei, L., Ruschel, A., Silva, J.,  Carvalho, J. & Bauhus, J. (2018) Disturbance intensity is a stronger driver of aboveground biomass recovery than tree-community attributes in a managed Amazonian forest. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55, 1647-1657. pdf
Hauenstein, S., Wood, S.N. & Dormann, C.F. (2018) Computing AIC for black-box models using Generalised Degrees of Freedom: a comparison with cross-validation.Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, 47, 1382-1396. early online pdf

Avila, I., Kaschner, K., & Dormann, C.F. (2018) Current global risks to marine mammals: taking stock of threats. Biological Conservation, 221, 44-58. pdf

Gutiérrez-Chacón, C., Dormann, C.F. & Klein, A.-M. (2018) Forest-edge associated bees benefit from the proportion of tropical forest regardless of its edge length. Biological Conservation, 220, 149-160. pdf
Everaars, J., Settele, J. & Dormann, C.F. (2018) Fragmentation of nest and foraging habitat affects time budgets of solitary bees, their fitness and pollination services, depending on traits: results from an individual-based model. PLoS one, 13, e0188269. pdf

Dormann, C.F. & Blüthgen, N. (2017) Food webs versus interaction networks: principles, pitfalls and perspectives. Adaptive Food Webs: Stability and Transitions of Real and Model Ecosystems (eds J. Moore, P. C. de Ruiter, K.S. McCann & V. Wolters), pp. 1–11. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. CUP-webpage
Scotti, M., Hartvig, M., Winemiller, K.O., Li, Y., Jauker, F., Jordán, F. & Dormann, C.F. (2017) Trait-based and process-oriented modeling in ecological network dynamics. Adaptive Food Webs: Stability and Transitions of Real and Model Ecosystems (eds J.C. Moore, P.C. De Ruiter, K.S. McCann, & V. Wolters), pp. 111–121. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.
Dormann, C.F., Fründ, J. & Schaefer, H.M. (2017) Opportunities and limitations for identifying the underlying causes of patterns in ecological networks. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 48, 559-584. pdf
Batáry, P., Gallé, R., Riesch, F., Fischer, C., Dormann, C.F., Mußhoff, O., Császár, P., Fusaro, S., Gayer, C., Happe, A.-K., Kurucz, K., Molnár, D., Rösch, V., Wietzke, A. & Tscharntke, T. (2017) The former iron curtain still drives biodiversity-profit trade-offs in German agriculture. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1, 1279-1284. pdf
Dormann, C.F., von Riedmatten, L. & Scherer-Lorenzen, M. 2017. No consistent effect of plant species richness on resistance to simulated climate change for above- or below-ground processes in managed grassland. BMC Ecology 17, 23. pdf 
Dick, D., Dormann, C.F., & Henle, K. 2017. Environmental determinants and temporal variation of amphibian habitat use in a temperate floodplain. Herpetological Journal 27, 161-171. proofs pdf
Stängle, S.M., Sauter, U.H. & Dormann, C.F. 2017. Comparison of models for estimating bark thickness of Picea abies in southwest Germany: the role of tree, stand, and environmental factors. Ann For Sci 74:16. early online pdf
Roberts, D.R., Bahn, V., Ciuti, S., Boyce, M.S., Elith, J., Guillera-Arroita, G., Severin Hauenstein, Lahoz-Monfort, J.J., Schröder, B., Thuiller, W., Warton, D.I., Wintle, B.A., Hartig, F. & Dormann, C.F. 2017. Cross-validation strategies for data with temporal, spatial, hierarchical, or phylogenetic structure. Ecography 40, 913-929. pdflink to data & code
Schleuning, M., Fründ, J., Schweiger, O., Welk, E., Albrecht, J., Albrecht, M., Beil, M., Benadi, G., Blüthgen, N.,  Bruelheide, H., Böhning-Gaese, K., Dehling, M., Dormann, C.F., Exeler, N. Farwig, N., Harpke, A., Hickler, T., Kratochwil, A., Kuhlmann, M., Kühn, I., Michez, D., Mudri-Stojnic, S., Plein, M., Rasmont, P., Schwabe, A., Settele, J.,  Vujic, A., Weiner, C., Wiemers, M., & Hof, C. 2017. Ecological networks are more sensitive to plant than to animal extinction under climate change. Nature Communications7, 13965. pdf
Mupepele, A. & Dormann, C.F. 2017. Influence of forest harvest on nitrate concentration in temperate streams - a meta-analysis. Forests8, 5. pdf
de Avila, A.L., Schwartz, G., Ruschel, A.R., do Carmo Lopes, J., Macedo Silva, J.N., Pereira de Carvalho, J.O., Dormann, C.F., Mazzei, L., Mota Soares, M.H. & Bauhus, J. 2017. Recruitment, growth and recovery of commercial tree species over 30 years following logging and thinning in a tropical rain forest. Forest Ecology and Management 385, 225-235. pdf

Berberich, G.M., Dormann, C.F., Klimetzek, D., Berberich, M.B., Sanders, N.J. & Ellison, A.M. 2016. Detection probabilities for sessile organisms. Ecosphere 7, e01546. pdf
Brieger, F., Hagen, R., Vetter, D., Dormann, C.F. & Storch, I. 2016. Effectiveness of light-reflecting devices: a systematic reanalysis of animal-vehicle collision data. Accident Analysis & Prevention 97, 242-260. pdf
Benz, R.A., Boyce, M.S., Thurfjell, H., Paton, P.G., Musiani, M., Dormann, C.F. & Ciuti, S. 2016. Dispersal ecology informs design of large-scale wildlife corridors. PLoS one 11, e162989. pdf
Watts, S., Dormann, C.F., Martín Gonzáles, A. & Ollerton, J. 2016. The influence of floral traits on specialisation and modularity of plant-pollinator networks in a biodiversity hotspot in the Peruvian Andes. Annals of Botany 118, 415-428. pdf
Mupepele, A.-C., Walsh, J., Sutherland, W.J. & Dormann, C.F. 2016. An evidence assessment tool for ecosystem services and conservation studies. Ecological Application26, 1295-1301. pdf
Mupepele, A.-C. & Dormann, C.F. 2016. Correspondence: Synthesize evidence to steer decisions. Nature 529, 466. pdf
Stängle, S., Weiskittel, A.R, Dormann, C.F. & Brüchert, F. 2016. Measurement and prediction of bark thickness in Picea abies: Assessment of accuracy, precision, and sample size requirements. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 47, 39-47. pdf

Budic, L., Didenko, G. & Dormann, C.F. 2015. Squares of different sizes: effect of geographic projection on model parameter estimates in species distribution modelling. Ecology & Evolution 6, 202-211. pdf
De Avila, A.L., Ruschel, A.R., Pereira de Carvalho, Olegário, J., Mazzei, L., Macedo Silva, J.N., do Carmo Lopes, J., Machado Araujo, M., Dormann, C.F. & Bauhus, J. 2015. Medium-term dynamics of tree species composition in response to silvicultural intervention intensities in a tropical rain forest. Biological Conservation 191, 577-586. pdf
Barriga, P.A., Dormann, C.F., Gbur, E.E. & Sagers, C.L. 2015. Community structure and ecological specialisation in plant-ant interactions. Journal of Tropical Ecology 31, 325-334.pdf
Kraan, C., Dormann, C.F., Greenfield, B.L. & Thrush, S.F. 2015. Cross-scale variation in biodiversity-environment links illustrated by coastal sandflat communities. PLoS One10, e0142411. pdf

Hudson et al. 2014. The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts. Ecology and Evolution 4, 4701-4735. pdf

Gerstner, K., Dormann, C.F., Stein, A., Manceur, A.M. & Seppelt, R. 2014. Effects of land use on plant biodiversity - a global meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Ecology 51, 1690-1700.pdf
Allan, E., Bossdorf, O., Dormann, C.F., Prati, D., Gossner, M., Tscharntke, T., et al. 2014. Inter-annual variation in land-use intensity enhances grassland multidiversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111, 308-313. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1312213111
Hartig, F., & Dormann, C.F. 2014. Does model-free forecasting really outperform the true model? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America110, E3975. early online pdf

Carvalheiro L, Biesmeijer J, Benadi G, Fruend J, Stang M, Dormann CF, et al. 2014. The potential for indirect effects between co-flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness. Ecology Letters 17, 1389-1399: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.12342

Certain, G, Dormann, C.F. & Planque, B. 2014. Choices of abundance currency, community definition and diversity metric control the predictive power of macroecological models of biodiversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23, 468-478. pdf dx.doi.org/10.1111/geb.12119
Dormann, C.F. & Strauß, R. 2014. A method for detecting modules in quantitative bipartite networksMethods in Ecology and Evolution 5, 90-98. pdf
[In some sense outdated by the far more efficient algorithm of Beckett (as of version 2.08 the default in R-package bipartite, function computeModules).]
Schleuning, M., Ingmann, L., Strauß, R., Fritz, S., Dalsgaard, B., Dehling, D.M., Plein, M., Saavedra, F., Sandel, B., Svenning, J.-C. & Böhning-Gaese, K., Dormann, C.F. 2014. Ecological, historical and evolutionary determinants of modularity in weighted seed-dispersal networks. Ecology Letters 17, 454-463. pdf

Gerstner, K., Dormann, C.F., Václavík, T., Kreft, H. & Seppelt, R. 2014. Accounting for geographic variation in species-area relationships improves the prediction of plant species richness at the global scale. Journal of Biogeography 41, 261-273. pdf

Everaars, J. & Dormann, C.F. 2014. Simulation of solitary (non-Apis) bees competing for pollen. In Silico Bees (ed J. Devillers), pp. 209–268. CRC Press, Baca Raton, FL, USA.

Calabrese, J., Certain, G., Kraan, C. & Dormann, C.F. 2014. Stacking species distribution models and adjusting bias by linking them to macroecological models. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23, 99-112. pdf

Fründ, J., Dormann, C.F., Holzschuh, A. & Tscharntke, T. 2013. Bee diversity effect on pollination depends on functional complementarity and niche shifts. Ecology 94, 2042-2054. pdf
Kraan, C., Aarts, G., Piersma, T. & Dormann, C.F. 2013. Temporal variability of ecological niches: a study on intertidal macrobenthic fauna. Oikos 122, 754-760. pdf
Dormann, C.F., Elith, J, Bacher, S., Buchmann, C.M., Carl, G., Carré, G., Diekötter, T., Marquéz, J.R.G., Gruber, B., Lafourcade, B., Leitão, P.J., Münkemüller, T., McClean, C., Osborne, P., Reineking, B., Schröder, B., Skidmore, A., Zurell, D. & Lautenbach, S. 2013. Collinearity: a review of methods to deal with it and a simulation study evaluating their performance. Ecography36, 27-46. pdf
[We were not aware of the Farrer-Glauber-diagnostics for collinearity (despite being published in 1967). R-package mctest offers its implementation. We are not aware of a comparison with other diagnostics, however.]
Batary, P., Sutcliffe, L., Dormann, C.F. & Tscharntke, T. 2013. Organic farming favours insect-pollinated over non-insect pollinated forbs in meadows and wheat fields. PLoS one 8, e54818. pdf

Schymanski, S.J., Dormann, C.F., Cabral, J.S., Chuine, I., Graham, C.H., Hartig, F., Kearney, M.R., Morin, X., Römermann, C., Schröder, B. & Singer, A. (2013) Process, correlation and parameter fitting in Species Distribution Models: a response to Kriticos et al.Journal of Biogeography 40, 611-613. pdf

Wisz, M.S., Pottier, J., Kissling, W.D., Pellissier, L., Lenoir, J., Damgaard, C.F., Dormann, C.F., Forchhammer, M.C., Gryntes, J.A., Guisan, A., Heikkinen, R.K., Høye, T.T., Kühn, I., Luoto, M., Maiorano, L., Nilsson, M.C., Normand, S., Öckinger, E., Schmidt, N.M., Termansen, M., Timmermann, A., Wardle, D.A., Aastrup, P. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. The role of biotic interactions in shaping distributions and realised assemblages of species: implications for species distribution modelling. Biological Reviews 88, 15-30. pdf

Holzschuh, A., Dormann, C.F., Tscharntke, T. & Steffan-Dewenter, I. 2013. Mass-flowering crops enhance wild bee abundance. Oecologia 172, 477-484. pdf

Saleem, M., Fetzer, I., Dormann, C.F., Harms, H. & Chatzinotas, A. 2012. Predator richness increases the effect of prey diversity on prey yield. Nature Communications 3, 1305. pdf  

Gruber, B., Evans, D., Henle, K., Bauch, B., Schmeller, D.J., Dziock, D., Henry, P.-Y., Szabolcs, L., Margules, C. & Dormann, C.F. 2012 Mind the gap – How well does Natura 2000 cover species of European interest? Nature Conservation 3, 45-63. pdf  

Schleuning, M., Fruend, J., Klein, A.-M., Abrahamczyk, S., Alarcón, R., Albrecht, M., Andersson, G.K.S., Bazarian, S., Böhning-Gaese, K., Bommarco, R., Dalsgaard, B., Dehling, D.M., Gotlieb, A., Hagen, M., Hickler, T., Holzschuh, A., Kaiser-Bunbury, C.N., Kreft, H., Morris, R.J., Sandel, B., Sutherland, W.J., Svenning, J.-C., Tscharntke, T., Watts, S., Weiner, C.N., Werner, M., Williams, N.M., Winqvist, C., Dormann, C.F. & Blüthgen, N. 2012. Specialization of mutualistic interaction networks decreases towards tropical latitudes.Current Biology22, 1-7. pdf

Lautenbach, S., Maes, J., Kattwinkel, M., Seppelt, R., Strauch, M., Scholz, M., Schulz-Zunkel, C., Volk, M., Weinert, J. & Dormann, C.F. 2012. Mapping water quality-related ecosystem services: concepts and applications for nitrogen retention and pesticide risk reduction. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management, 8, 35–49. pdf

Blüthgen, N., Dormann, C.F., Prati, D., Klaus, V.H., Kleinebecker, T., Hölzel, N., Alt, F., Boch, S., Gockel, S., Hemp, A., Müller, J., Nieschulze, J., Renner, S.C., Schöning, I., Schumacher, U., Socher, S. A., Wells, K., Birkhofer, K., Buscot, F., Oelmann, Y., Rothenwöhrer, C., Scherber, C., Tscharntke, T., Weiner, C.N., Fischer, M., Kalko, E.K.V., Linsenmair, K.E., Schulze, E.-D. & Weisser, W.W. 2012. A quantitative index of land-use intensity in grasslands: Integrating mowing, grazing and fertilization. Basic and Applied Ecology13, 207–220. pdf 

Lautenbach, S., Seppelt, R., Liebscher, J. & Dormann, C.F. 2012. Spatial and temporal trends of global pollination benefit. PLoS ONE 7(4): e35954. pdf 

Beck, J., Ballesteros-Mejia, L., Buchmann, C.M., Dengler, J., Fritz, S.A., Gruber, B., Hof, C., Jansen, F., Knapp, S., Kreft, H., Schneider, A.-K., Winter, M. & Dormann, C.F. 2012. What’s on the horizon of macroecology? Present status and future perspectives. Ecography,35, 673-683. pdf

Kühn, I., Dormann, C.F. 2012. Less than eight (and a half) misconceptions of spatial analysis. Journal of Biogeography 39, 995-1003. pdf

Dormann, C.F., Schymanski, S.J., Cabral, J., Chuine, I., Graham, C., Hartig, F., Kearney, M., Morin, X., Römermann, C., Schröder, B. & Singer, A. 2012. Correlation and process in species distribution models: bridging a dichotomy. Journal of Biogeography39, 2119-2131.pdf
Kissling W.D., Dormann C.F., Groenefeld J., Hickler T., Kühn I., McInerny G.J., Monotya J.M., Römermann C., Schiffers K., Schurr F.M., Singer A., Svenning J.-C., Zimmermann N.E., O'Hara R.B. 2012. Towards novel approaches to modelling biotic interactions in multispecies assemblages at large spatial extents. Journal of Biogeography 39, 2163-2178.pdf
Schnitzler, J., Dormann, C.F., Graham, C.H., Schiffers, K. & Linder, H.P. (2012) Climatic-niche evolution and species diversification in the Cape flora, South Africa. Journal of Biogeography 39, 2201-2211. pdf
García Márquez, J. R., C. F. Dormann, J. H. Sommer, M. Schmidt, A. Thiombiano, S. S. Da, C. Chatelain, S. Dressler, and W. Barthlott. 2012. A methodological framework to quantify the spatial quality of biological databases. Biodiversity and Ecology 4, 25–39. pdf

Blitzer E.J., Dormann, C.F., Holzschuh A., Klein A.-M., Rand T.A., Tscharntke T. 2012. Spillover of functionally important organisms between managed and natural habitats. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 146, 34-43. pdf 

Holzschuh, A., Dormann, C.F, Tscharntke, T. & Steffan-Dewenter, I. 2011. Expansion of mass-flowering crops leads to transient pollinator dilution and reduced wild plant pollination.Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 278, 3444-3451. pdf

Tscharntke, T., Tylianakis, J.M., Rand, T.A., Didham, R.K., Fahrig, L., Batáry, P., Bengtsson, J., Clough, Y., Crist, T.O., Dormann, C.F., Ewers, R.M., Fründ, J., Holt, R.D., Holzschuh, A., Klein, A.M., Kleijn, D., Kremen, C., Landis, D.A., Laurance, W., Lindenmayer, D., Scherber, C., Sodhi, N., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Thies, C., Van der Putten, W.H. & Westphal, C. 2011. Landscape moderation of biodiversity patterns and processes - eight hypotheses. Biological Reviews 87, 661-685. pdf

Bütof, A., von Riedmatten, L. R.; Dormann, C. F., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Welk, E., Bruelheide, H. 2011. The responses of grassland plants to experimentally simulated climate change depend on land use and region. Global Change Biology 18, 127-137. pdf

Fründ, J., Dormann, C.F., Tscharntke, T. 2011. Linne's floral clock is slow without pollinators– flower closure and plant-pollinator interaction webs. Ecology Letters 14, 896-904. pdf Highlighted by Nature!

Everaars, J., Strohbach, M., Gruber, B. & Dormann, C.F. 2011. Microsite conditions dominate habitat selection of the Red Mason Bee (Osmia bicornis, Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in an urban environment: a case study from Leipzig, Germany. Landscape and Urban Planning 103, 15-21. pdf

Dormann, C.F. 2011. How to be a specialist? Quantifying specialisation in pollination networks. Network Biology, 1, 1-20. pdf

Krewenka, K., Holzschuh, A., Tscharntke, T. & Dormann, C.F. 2011. Landscape elements as potential barriers and corridors for bees, wasps and parasitoids. Biological Conservation 144, 1816-1825. pdf 

Gagic, V., Tscharntke, T., Dormann, C.F., Gruber, B., Wilstermann, A. & Thies, C. 2011. Food web structure and biocontrol in a four-trophic level system across a landscape complexity gradient. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, 278, 2946-2953.  pdf

Tscharntke, T., Dormann, C.F. & Batáry, P. 2011. Set-aside management: How do succession, sowing patterns and landscape context affect biodiversity? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 143, 37-43. pdf

Seppelt, R., Dormann, C.F., Eppink, F.V., Lautenbach, S. & Schmidt, S. 2011. A quantitative review of ecosystem service studies: approaches, shortcomings and the road ahead. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48, 630-636. pdf 

Gruber, B., Everaars, J., Eckel, K. & Dormann, C.F. 2011. On managing the Red mason Bee (Osmia bicornis) in apple orchards. Apidologie 42, 564-576. pdf 

Gladbach, D.J., Holzschuh, A., Scherber, C., Thies, C., Dormann, C.F. & Tscharntke, T. 2011. Crop-noncrop spillover: arable fields affect trophic interactions on wild plants in surrounding habitats. Oecologia 166, 433-441. pdf 

Unterseher, M., Jumpponen, A., Öpik, M., Tedersoo, L., Moora, M., Dormann, C.F. & Schnittler, M. 2011. Species abundance distributions and richness estimations in fungal metagenomics – lessons learned from community ecology. Molecular Ecology 20, 275-285. pdf 

König,S., Wubet, T., Dormann, C.F., Hempel,S., Renker, S. & Buscot, F. 2010. TaqMan Real-Time PCR assays to assess arbuscular mycorrhizal responses to field manipulation of grassland biodiversity: effects of soil characteristics, plant species richness, and functional traits. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 76: 3765-3775. pdf

Raedig, C., Dormann, C.F., Hildebrand, A. & Lautenbach, S. 2010. Reassessing Neotropical angiosperm distribution patterns based on monographic data: a geometric interpolation approach. Biodiversity & Conservation, 19: 1523-1546. pdf

Dormann, C.F., Gruber, B., Winter, M. & Herrmann, D. 2010. Evolution of climate niches in European mammals? Biology Letters, 6, 229-232. pdf

Zurell, D., Jeltsch, F., Dormann, C.F., Schröder, B. 2009. Hidden from static view: Testing species distribution models in virtual dynamic systems. Ecography, 32, 733-744. pdf

Dormann, C.F. 2009. Response to comment on “Methods to account for spatial autocorrelation in the analysis of species distributional data: a review”, Ecography, 32, 379-381. pdf

Dormann, C.F., Fründ, J., Blüthgen, N., & Gruber, B. (2009) Indices, graphs and null models: analysing bipartite ecological networks. The Open Ecology Journal, 2, 7-24. pdf 

Dormann, C.F., O. Purschke, J. R. García Márquez, S. Lautenbach & B. Schröder. 2008. Components of uncertainty in species distribution analysis: A case study of the Great Grey Shrike Lanius excubitor L. Ecology, 89, 3371-3386. pdf 

Ings, T.C., Montoya, J.M., Bascompte, J., Blüthgen, N., Brown, L., Dormann, C.F., Edwards, F., Figueroa, D., Jacob, U., Jones, J.I., Laurisden, R.B., Ledger, M.E., Lewis, H.M., Olesen, J.M., Veen, F.J.V., Warren, P.H., & Woodward, G. (2008) Ecological networks - beyond food webs. Journal of Animal Ecology, 78, 253-269.  pdf 

Dormann, C. F., B. Gruber, and J. Fründ. 2008. Introducing the bipartite package: analysing ecological networks. RNews 8, 8-11. pdf 

Dormann, C. F. 2008. On community matrix theory in experimental plant ecology. Web Ecology 8, 105-115. pdf

Carl, G., C. F. Dormann & I. Kühn. 2008. A wavelet-based method to remove spatial autocorrelation in the analysis of species distributional data. Web Ecology 8, 22-27. pdf 

Unterseher, M., A. Sickert, C. F. Dormann & M. Schnittler. 2008. Application of species richness estimators for the assessment of fungal diversity. FEMS Microbiology Letters 282, 205-213. pdf 

Dormann, C.F., Schweiger, O., Arens, P., Augenstein, I., Aviron, S., Bailey, D., Baudry, J., Billeter, R., Bugter, R., Bukácek, R., Burel, F., Cerny, M., Cock, R.D., Blust, G.D., DeFilippi, R., Diekötter, T., Dirksen, J., Durka, W., Edwards, P.J., Frenzel, M., Hamersky, R., Hendrickx, F., Herzog, F., Klotz, S., Koolstra, B., Lausch, A., Coeur, D.L., Liira, J., Maelfait, J.P., Opdam, P., Roubalova, M., Schermann-Legionnet, A., Schermann, N., Schmidt, T., Smulders, M.J.M., Speelmans, M., Simova, P., Verboom, J., Wingerden, W.v., & Zobel, M. 2008. Prediction uncertainty of environmental change effects on temperate European biodiversity. Ecology Letters 11, 235-244. pdf 

Billeter, R., Liira, J., Bailey, D., Bugter, R., Arens, P., Augenstein, I., Aviron, S., Baudry, J., Bukacek, R., Burel, F., Cerny, M., Blust, G.D., Cock, R.D., Diekötter, T., Dietz, H., Dirksen, J., Dormann, C.F., Durka, W., Frenzel, M., Hamersky, R., Hendrickx, F., Herzog, F., Klotz, S., Koolstra, B., Lausch, A., Coeur, D.L., Maelfait, J.P., Opdam, P., Roubalova, M., Schermann, A., Schermann, N., Schmidt, T., Schweiger, O., Smulders, M.J.M., Speelmans, M., Simova, P., Verboom, J., Wingerden, W.K.R.E.v., Zobel, M., & Edwards, P.J. 2008 Indicators for biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: a pan-European study. Journal of Applied Ecology 45, 141-150. pdf 

Dormann, C.F., McPherson, J. M., Araújo, M. B., Bivand, R., Bolliger, J., Carl, G., Davies, R. G., Hirzel, A., Jetz, W., Kissling, W. D., Kühn, I., Ohlemüller, R., Peres-Neto, P. R., Reineking, B., Schröder, B., Schurr, F. M. and Wilson, R. 2007. Methods to account for spatial autocorrelation in the analysis of species distributional data: a review. Ecography, 30, 609-628.  pdf 

Dormann, C. F. 2007. Assessing the validity of autologistic regression. Ecological Modelling, 207, 234-242.  pdf 

Dormann, C. F., Schweiger, O., Augenstein, I., Bailey, D., Billeter, R., De Blust, G., Bugter, R., Frenzel, M., Hendrickx, F., Herzog, F., Klotz, S., Liira, J., Maelfait, J.-P., Schmidt, T., Speelmans, M., van Wingerden, W. K. R. E. & Zobel, M. 2006. Effects of land use on similarity of plant and animal communities. Global Ecology & Biogeography, 16, 774-787.  pdf 

Dormann, C.F. 2007. Competition hierarchy, transitivity and additivity: investigating the effect of fertilisation on plant-plant interactions using three common bryophytes. Plant Ecology, 191, 171-184.  pdf 

Dormann, C.F. 2007. Promising the future? Global change projections of species distributions. Basic and Applied Ecology, 8, 387-397.  pdf 

Dormann, C.F. 2007. Effects of incorporating spatial autocorrelation into the analysis of species distribution data. Global Ecology & Biogeography, 16: 129-138.  pdf

Dormann, C.F. & Seppelt, R. 2007. Do organisms use landscapes at certain spatial scales? A null model for diversity pattern in relation to the spatial extend of landscapes. In: Spatial Scales in Ecology (eds. Schröder, B., Reuter, H. & Reineking, B.), pp. 35-44. Peter Lang, Frankfurt.

Schweiger, O., Dormann, C.F., Bailey, D. & Frenzel, M. 2006. Occurrence pattern of Pararge aegeria (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) with respect to local habitat suitability, climate and landscape structure. Landscape Ecology, 21: 989-1001. pdf 

Herzog, F., Steiner, B., Bailey, D., Baudry, J., Billeter, R., Bukáèek, R., de Blust, G., de Cook, R., Dirksen, J., Dormann, C.F., de Filippi, R., Frossard, E., Liira, J., Schmidt, T., Stöckli, R., Thenail, C., Van Wingerden, W. & Bugter, R. 2006. Assessing the intensity of temperate European agriculture with respect to impacts on landscape and biodiversity. European Journal of Agronomy, 24: 165-181 pdf 

Dormann, C.F., Roxburgh, S.H. 2005. Experimental evidence rejects pairwise modelling approach to coexistence in plant communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 272: 1279-1285.  pdf 

Dormann, C.F., King, R. 2004. Comparing the palatability of native and non-native Mediterranean plants Ecologia Mediterranea, 30: 39-46. pdf 

Dormann, C.F., van der Wal, R. & Woodin, S.J. 2004. Neighbour identity modifies effects of elevated temperature on plant performance in the High Arctic. Global Change Biology, 10:1587-1598. pdf 

Dormann, C.F. 2003. Consequences of manipulations in carbon and nitrogen supply for concentrations of anti-herbivore defence compounds in Salix polaris. Ecoscience 10: 312-318. pdf

Dormann, C.F., Albon, S.D. & Woodin,S.J. 2002. No evidence for adaptation of two Polygonum viviparum genotypes to length of growing season: abundance, biomass and germination. Polar Biology 25: 884-890. pdf 

Dormann, C.F. 2002. Optimal anti-herbivore defence allocation in plants: doing it the Arctic way. Phytocoenologica 32: 517-529. pdf

Dormann, C.F. & Brooker, R.W. 2002. Facilitation and competition in the High Arctic: the importance of experimental approach Acta Oecologica 23: 297-301. pdf

Dormann, C.F. 2002. Herbivore-mediated competition between defended and undefended plant species: a model to investigate consequences of Climate Change. Plant Biology, 4: 647-653.
Dormann, C.F. & Skarpe,C. 2002. Flowering, growth and defence in the two sexes: consequences of herbivore exclusion on Salix polaris. Functional Ecology, 16: 649-656. pdf

Dormann, C.F. &, Woodin, S.J. 2002. Climate Change in the Arctic: using plant functional types in a meta-analysis of field experiments. Functional Ecology, 16: 4-17
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Dormann, C.F. & Van der Wal, R. 2001. The impact of soil nematodes on salt-marsh plants: a pilot experiment. Journal of Coastal Research 17: 383-388 pdf

Van der Wal, R., Madan, N., van Lieshout, S., Dormann, C.F., Langvatn, R. & Albon, S.D. 2000. Plant phenology and the selection of arctic swards by reindeer: Trading forage quality for quantity? Oecologia 123: 108-115  pdf

Dormann, C.F. & Bakker, J.P. 2000. Impacts of herbivory and competition on flowering and survival during early salt-marsh succession. Plant Biology 2: 68-76 pdf

Dormann, C.F., Van der Wal, R. & Bakker, J.P. 2000. Competition and herbivory during salt-marsh succession: the importance of forb growth strategy. Journal of Ecology 88: 571-583 pdf

Dormann, C.F. 1997. Sandrohr (Calamagrostis epigejos (L.) Roth) in Trockenrasen des Biosphärenreservates Schorfheide-Chorin: Bestandsstruktur, ökologische Auswirkungen und Pflegemassnahmen. Zeitschrift für Ökologie und Naturschutz 6: 26-36



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