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Effects of fertilization and irrigation on vascular plant species richness, functional composition and yield in mountain grasslands
Boch, S., Kurtogullari, Y., Allan, E., Lessard-Therrien, M., Rieder, N. S., Fischer, M., … Humbert, J. Y. (2021). Effects of fertilization and irrigation on vascular plant species richness, functional composition and yield in mountain grasslands. Journal of Environmental Management, 279, 111629 (7 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111629
Spatial modelling of ecological indicator values improves predictions of plant distributions in complex landscapes
Descombes, P., Walthert, L., Baltensweiler, A., Meuli, R. G., Karger, D. N., Ginzler, C., … Zimmermann, N. E. (2020). Spatial modelling of ecological indicator values improves predictions of plant distributions in complex landscapes. Ecography, 43(10), 1448-1463. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.05117
Mean indicator values suggest decreasing habitat quality in Swiss dry grasslands and are robust to relocation error
Boch, S., Bedolla, A., Ecker, K. T., Graf, U., Küchler, H., Küchler, M., … Bergamini, A. (2019). Mean indicator values suggest decreasing habitat quality in Swiss dry grasslands and are robust to relocation error. Tuexenia, 39, 315-334. https://doi.org/10.14471/2019.39.010
Threatened and specialist species suffer from increased wood cover and productivity in Swiss steppes
Boch, S., Bedolla, A., Ecker, K. T., Ginzler, C., Graf, U., Küchler, H., … Bergamini, A. (2019). Threatened and specialist species suffer from increased wood cover and productivity in Swiss steppes. Flora, 258, 151444 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.flora.2019.151444
Ecological indicators of <i>Tuber aestivum</i> habitats in temperate European beech forests
Moser, B., Büntgen, U., Molinier, V., Peter, M., Sproll, L., Stobbe, U., … Egli, S. (2017). Ecological indicators of Tuber aestivum habitats in temperate European beech forests. Fungal Ecology, 29, 59-66. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2017.06.002
Ground vegetation monitoring in Swiss forests: comparison of survey methods and implications for trend assessments
Thimonier, A., Kull, P., Keller, W., Moser, B., & Wohlgemuth, T. (2011). Ground vegetation monitoring in Swiss forests: comparison of survey methods and implications for trend assessments. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 174(1-4), 47-63. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-010-1759-y
Secondary succession in a Swiss mire after a bog burst
Feldmeyer-Christe, E., Küchler, M., & Graf, U. (2009). Secondary succession in a Swiss mire after a bog burst. Botanica Helvetica, 119(2), 77-86. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00035-009-0059-z
Vegetation change and effects of cattle grazing in the transition mire "Burgmoos"
Küchler, H., Grünig, A., Hangartner, R., & Küchler, M. (2009). Vegetation change and effects of cattle grazing in the transition mire "Burgmoos". Botanica Helvetica, 119(2), 95-104. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00035-009-0061-5