FG Planungsbezogene Tierökologie

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Arthropod abundance modulates bird community responses to urbanization

Planillo, Aimara ; Kramer‐Schadt, Stephanie ; Buchholz, Sascha ; Gras, Pierre ; von der Lippe, Moritz ; Radchuk, Viktoriia (2020-10-02)

Aim We analysed the role of species interactions in wildlife community responses to urbanization. Specifically, we investigated non‐trophic associations within a bird community and the role of trophic interactions in the responses of bird species to the urbanization gradient. Location City‐state of Berlin, Central Europe. Methods Arthropod and bird abundances were sampled across the st...

Movement‐mediated community assembly and coexistence

Schlägel, Ulrike E. ; Grimm, Volker ; Blaum, Niels ; Colangeli, Pierluigi ; Dammhahn, Melanie ; Eccard, Jana A. ; Hausmann, Sebastian L. ; Herde, Antje ; Hofer, Heribert ; Joshi, Jasmin ; Kramer‐Schadt, Stephanie ; Litwin, Magdalena ; Lozada‐Gobilard, Sissi D. ; Müller, Marina E. H. ; Müller, Thomas ; Nathan, Ran ; Petermann, Jana S. ; Pirhofer‐Walzl, Karin ; Radchuk, Viktoriia ; Rillig, Matthias C. ; Roeleke, Manuel ; Schäfer, Merlin ; Scherer, Cédric ; Schiro, Gabriele ; Scholz, Carolin ; Teckentrup, Lisa ; Tiedemann, Ralph ; Ullmann, Wiebke ; Voigt, Christian C. ; Weithoff, Guntram ; Jeltsch, Florian (2020-04-20)

Organismal movement is ubiquitous and facilitates important ecological mechanisms that drive community and metacommunity composition and hence biodiversity. In most existing ecological theories and models in biodiversity research, movement is represented simplistically, ignoring the behavioural basis of movement and consequently the variation in behaviour at species and individual levels. Howev...

Human–wildlife coexistence in a changing world

König, Hannes J. ; Kiffner, Christian ; Kramer‐Schadt, Stephanie ; Fürst, Christine ; Keuling, Oliver ; Ford, Adam T. (2020-05-14)

Human–wildlife conflict (HWC) is a key topic in conservation and agricultural research. Decision makers need evidence‐based information to design sustainable management plans and policy instruments. However, providing objective decision support can be challenging because realities and perceptions of human–wildlife interactions vary widely between and within rural, urban, and peri‐urban areas. L...

Distributions of mammals in Southeast Asia: The role of the legacy of climate and species body mass

Radchuk, Viktoriia ; Kramer‐Schadt, Stephanie ; Fickel, Joerns ; Wilting, Andreas (2019-08-19)

Aim: Current species distributions are shaped by present and past biotic and abiotic factors. Here, we assessed whether abiotic factors (habitat availability) in combination with past connectivity and a biotic factor (body mass) can explain the unique distribution pattern of Southeast Asian mammals, which are separated by the enigmatic biogeographic transition zone, the Isthmus of Kra (IoK), fo...