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Advancing plant phenology causes an increasing trophic mismatch in an income breeder across a wide elevational range
Rehnus, M., Peláez, M., & Bollmann, K. (2020). Advancing plant phenology causes an increasing trophic mismatch in an income breeder across a wide elevational range. Ecosphere, 11(6), e03144 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3144
Harnessing paleo-environmental modeling and genetic data to predict intraspecific genetic structure
Yannic, G., Hagen, O., Leugger, F., Karger, D. N., & Pellissier, L. (2020). Harnessing paleo-environmental modeling and genetic data to predict intraspecific genetic structure. Evolutionary Applications, 13(6), 1526-1542. https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.12986
Lags in the response of mountain plant communities to climate change
Alexander, J. M., Chalmandrier, L., Lenoir, J., Burgess, T. I., Essl, F., Haider, S., … Pellissier, L. (2018). Lags in the response of mountain plant communities to climate change. Global Change Biology, 24(2), 563-579. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13976
Does the legacy of historical biogeography shape current invasiveness in pines?
Gallien, L., Saladin, B., Boucher, F. C., Richardson, D. M., & Zimmermann, N. E. (2016). Does the legacy of historical biogeography shape current invasiveness in pines? New Phytologist, 209(3), 1096-1105. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.13700
Non-native and native organisms moving into high elevation and high latitude ecosystems in an era of climate change: new challenges for ecology and conservation
Pauchard, A., Milbau, A., Albihn, A., Alexander, J., Burgess, T., Daehler, C., … Kueffer, C. (2016). Non-native and native organisms moving into high elevation and high latitude ecosystems in an era of climate change: new challenges for ecology and conservation. Biological Invasions, 18(2), 345-353. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-015-1025-x
Past climate-driven range shifts and population genetic diversity in arctic plants
Pellissier, L., Bronken Eidesen, P., Ehrich, D., Descombes, P., Schönswetter, P., Tribsch, A., … Alsos, I. G. (2016). Past climate-driven range shifts and population genetic diversity in arctic plants. Journal of Biogeography, 43(3), 461-470. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.12657
The challenges of the first migration: movement and behaviour of juvenile vs. adult white storks with insights regarding juvenile mortality
Rotics, S., Kaatz, M., Resheff, Y. S., Feldman Turjeman, S., Zurell, D., Sapir, N., … Nathan, R. (2016). The challenges of the first migration: movement and behaviour of juvenile vs. adult white storks with insights regarding juvenile mortality. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85(4), 938-947. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12525
What role do plant-soil interactions play in the habitat suitability and potential range expansion of the alpine dwarf shrub <i>Salix herbacea</i>?
Sedlacek, J. F., Bossdorf, O., Cortés, A. J., Wheeler, J. A., & van Kleunen, M. (2014). What role do plant-soil interactions play in the habitat suitability and potential range expansion of the alpine dwarf shrub Salix herbacea? Basic and Applied Ecology, 15(4), 305-315. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.baae.2014.05.006
Forest dynamics during the transition from the Oldest Dryas to the Bølling-Allerød at Gerzensee - a simulation study
Lischke, H., von Grafenstein, U., & Ammann, B. (2013). Forest dynamics during the transition from the Oldest Dryas to the Bølling-Allerød at Gerzensee - a simulation study. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 391(B), 60-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2012.12.001
How to understand species' niches and range dynamics: a demographic research agenda for biogeography
Schurr, F. M., Pagel, J., Sarmento Cabral, J., Groeneveld, J., Bykova, O., O'Hara, R. B., … Zimmermann, N. E. (2012). How to understand species' niches and range dynamics: a demographic research agenda for biogeography. Journal of Biogeography, 39(12), 2146-2162. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2699.2012.02737.x
A new analytical approach to landscape genetic modelling: least-cost transect analysis and linear mixed models
van Strien, M. J., Keller, D., & Holderegger, R. (2012). A new analytical approach to landscape genetic modelling: least-cost transect analysis and linear mixed models. Molecular Ecology, 21(16), 4010-4023. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2012.05687.x
The genetic effects of roads: a review of empirical evidence
Holderegger, R., & Di Giulio, M. (2010). The genetic effects of roads: a review of empirical evidence. Basic and Applied Ecology, 11(6), 522-531. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.baae.2010.06.006
Landscape amenities and local development: a review of migration, regional economic and hedonic pricing studies
Waltert, F., & Schläpfer, F. (2010). Landscape amenities and local development: a review of migration, regional economic and hedonic pricing studies. Ecological Economics, 70(2), 141-152. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2010.09.031
Global warming: can existing reserves really preserve current levels of biological diversity?
Li, M. H., Kräuchi, N., & Gao, S. P. (2006). Global warming: can existing reserves really preserve current levels of biological diversity? Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 48(3), 255-259. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1744-7909.2006.00232.x
Forecasting regional to global plant migration in response to climate change
Neilson, R. P., Pitelka, L. F., Solomon, A. M., Nathan, R., Midgley, G. F., Fragoso, J. M. V., … Thompson, K. (2005). Forecasting regional to global plant migration in response to climate change. BioScience, 55(9), 749-759. https://doi.org/10.1641/0006-3568(2005)055[0749:Frtgpm]2.0.Co;2
Tandem repeats in plant mitochondrial genomes: application to the analysis of population differentiation in the conifer Norway spruce
Sperisen, C., Büchler, U., Gugerli, F., Mátyás, G., Geburek, T., & Vendramin, G. G. (2001). Tandem repeats in plant mitochondrial genomes: application to the analysis of population differentiation in the conifer Norway spruce. Molecular Ecology, 10(1), 257-263. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-294X.2001.01180.x