Müller, Jörg, Heurich, Marco und Seidl, Rupert (AFZ-DerWald 12/2021)

10. Juni 2021

Literaturhinweise zu „Lehren aus 50 Jahren Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald – Teil 2“ von Jörg Müller, Marco Heurich und Rupert Seidl in AFZ-DerWald 12/2021

[1] SEIDL, R., MÜLLER, J., HOTHORN, T., BÄSSLER, C., HEURICH, M. and KAUTZ, M. 2016. Small beetle, large-scale drivers: How regional and landscape factors affect outbreaks of the European spruce bark beetle. – Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 530–540.

[2] HILMERS, T., FRIESS, N., BÄSSLER, C., HEURICH, M., BRANDL, R., PRETZSCH, H., SEIDL, R. and MÜLLER, J. 2018. Biodiversity along temperate forest succession. – Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 2756-2766.

[3] DONATO, D. C., CAMPBELL, J. L. and FRANKLIN, J. F. 2012. Multiple successional pathways and precocity in forest development: can some forests be born complex? – Journal of Vegetation Science 23 576-584.

[4] HEIDRICH, L., BAE, S., LEVICK, S., SEIBOLD, S., WEISSER, W., KRZYSTEK, P., MAGDON, P., NAUSS, T., SCHALL, P., SEREBRYANYK, A., WOLLAUER, S., AMMER, C., BASSLER, C., DOERFLER, I., FISCHER, M., GOSSNER, M. M., HEURICH, M., HOTHORN, T., JUNG, K., KREFT, H., SCHULZE, E. D., SIMONS, N., THORN, S. and MULLER, J. 2020. Heterogeneity-diversity relationships differ between and within trophic levels in temperate forests (vol 36, pg 531, 2020). – Nature Ecology & Evolution 4: 1431-1431.

[5] SEIBOLD, S., BÄSSLER, C., BRANDL, R., BÜCHE, B., SZALLIES, A., THORN, S., ULYSHEN, M. and MÜLLER, J. 2016. Microclimate and habitat heterogeneity as the major drivers of beetle diversity in dead wood -Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 934–943.

[6] MÜLLER, J., ULYSHEN, M., SEIBOLD, S., CADOTTE, M., CHAO, A., BÄSSLER, C., VOGEL, S., HAGGE, J., WEIß, I., BALDRIAN, P., TLÁSKAL, V. and THORN, S. 2020. Primary determinants of communities in deadwood vary among taxa but are regionally consistent. – Oikos early view.

[7] TURNER, M. G., ROMME, W. H. and TINKER, D. B. 2003. Surprises and lessons from the 1988 Yellowstone fires. – Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 351-358.

[8] LEHNERT, L. W., BÄSSLER, C., BRANDL, R., BURTON, P. J. and MÜLLER, J. 2013. Highest number of indicator species is found in the early successional stages after bark beetle attack. – Journal for Nature Conservation 21: 97-104.

[9] SENF, C., MÜLLER, J. and SEIDL, R. 2019. Post-disturbance recovery of forest cover and tree height differ with management in Central Europe. – Landscape Ecology 34: 2837–2850.

[10] SENF, C., MORI, A., MÜLLER, J. and SEIDL, R. 2020. The response of canopy height diversity to natural disturbances in two temperate forest landscapes. – Landscape Ecology accepted.

[11] SOMMERFELD, A., RAMMER, W., HEURICH, M., HILMERS, T., MÜLLER, J. and SEIDL, R. 2020. Do bark beetle outbreaks amplify or dampen future bark beetle disturbances in Central Europe? – Journal of Ecology accepted.

[12] HEURICH, M., SCHULTZE-NAUMBURG, J., PIACENZA, N., MAGG, N., CERVENY, J., ENGLEDER, T., HERDTFELDER, M., SLADOVA, M. and KRAMER-SCHADT, S. 2018. Illegal hunting as a major driver of the source-sink dynamics of a reintroduced lynx population in Central Europe. – Biological Conservation 224: 355-365.

[13] ECKELT, A., MÜLLER, J., BENSE, U., BRUSTEL, H., BUßLER, H., CHITTARO, Y., CIZEK, L., FREI, A., HOLZER, E., KADEJ, M., KAHLEN, M., KÖHLER, F., MÖLLER, G., MÜHLE, H., SANCHEZ, A., SCHAFFRATH, U., SCHMIDL, J., SMOLIS, A., SZALLIES, A., NÉMETH, T., WURST, C., THORN, S., CHRISTENSEN, R. H. B. and SEIBOLD, S. 2018. “Primeval forest relict beetles” of Central Europe: a set of 168 umbrella species for the protection of primeval forest remnants. – Journal of Insect Conservation 22: 15-28.

[14] THORN, S., SEIBOLD, S., LEVERKUS, A. B., MICHLER, T., MÜLLER, J., NOSS, R. F., STORK, N., VOGEL, S. and LINDENMAYER, D. B. 2020. The living dead – acknowledging life after tree death to stop forest degradation. – Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 18: 505-512.

[15] MÜLLER, J., NOSS, R. F., THORN, S., BÄSSLER, C., LEVERKUS, A. B. and LINDENMAYER, D. 2019. Increasing disturbance demands new policies to conserve intact forest. – Conservation Letters 12: e12449.

[16] THORN, S., BÄSSLER, C., BRANDL, R., BURTON, P. J., CAHALL, R., CAMPBELL, J. L., CASTRO, J., CHOI, C.-Y., COBB, T., DONATO, D. C., DURSKA, E., FONTAINE, J. B., GAUTHIER, S., HEBERT, C., HOTHORN, T., HUTTO, R. L., LEE, E.-J., LEVERKUS, A. B., LINDENMAYER, D. B., OBRIST, M. K., ROST, J., SEIBOLD, S., SEIDL, R., THOM, D., WALDRON, K., WERMELINGER, B., WINTER, M.-B., ZMIHORSKI, M. and MÜLLER, J. 2018. Impacts of salvage logging on biodiversity – a meta-analysis. – Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 279–289.

[17] BEUDERT, B., BÄSSLER, C., THORN, S., NOSS, R., SCHRÖDER, B., DIEFFENBACH-FRIES, H., FOULLOIS, N. and MÜLLER, J. 2015. Bark beetles increase biodiversity while maintaining drinking water quality. – Conservation Letters 8: 272-281.

[18] MÜLLER, M. and JOB, H. 2009. Managing natural disturbance in protected areas: Tourists‘ attitude towards the bark beetle in a German national park. – Biological Conservation 142: 375-383.

[19] KORTMANN, M., MÜLLER, J. C., BAIER, R., BÄSSLER, C., BUSE, J., CHOLEWIŃSKA, O., FÖRSCHLER, M. I., GEORGIEV, K. B., HILSZCZAŃSKI, J., JAROSZEWICZ, B., JAWORSKI, T., KAUFMANN, S., KUIJPER, D., LORZ, J., LOTZ, A., ŁUBEK, A., MAYERHOFER, S., MEYER, M., MEYER, S., MORINIÈRE, J., POPA, F., REITH, H., ROTH, N., SEIBOLD, S., SEIDL, R., STENGEL, E., WOLSKI, G. J. and THORN, S. 2021. Ecology versus society: impacts of bark beetle infestations on biodiversity and restorativeness in protected areas of Central Europe. – Biological Conservation accepted. [20] HAGGE, J., LEIBL, F., MÜLLER, J., PLECHINGER, M., SOUTINHO, J. G. and THORN, S. 2019. Reconciling pest control, nature conservation and recreation in coniferous forests. – Conservation Letters 12: e12615.