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Divergent responses of functional diversity to an elevational gradient for vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens
Asplund, J., van Zuijlen, K., Roos, R. E., Birkemoe, T., Klanderud, K., Lang, S. I., & Wardle, D. A. (2022). Divergent responses of functional diversity to an elevational gradient for vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens. Journal of Vegetation Science, 33(1), e13105 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/jvs.13105
Global models and predictions of plant diversity based on advanced machine learning techniques
Cai, L., Kreft, H., Taylor, A., Denelle, P., Schrader, J., Essl, F., … Weigelt, P. (2022). Global models and predictions of plant diversity based on advanced machine learning techniques. New Phytologist. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.18533
Do revisitation studies overestimate local extinction?
Holderegger, R., & Spillmann, J. (2022). Do revisitation studies overestimate local extinction? Conservation Science and Practice, 4(10), e12797 (6 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.12797
Spatial and temporal scales of landscape structure affect the biodiversity-landscape relationship across ecologically distinct species groups
Pan, Y., Hersperger, A. M., Kienast, F., Liao, Z., Ge, G., & Nobis, M. P. (2022). Spatial and temporal scales of landscape structure affect the biodiversity-landscape relationship across ecologically distinct species groups. Landscape Ecology, 27, 2311-2325. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-022-01477-x
A common soil temperature threshold for the upper limit of alpine grasslands in European mountains
Bürli, S., Theurillat, J. P., Winkler, M., Lamprecht, A., Pauli, H., Rixen, C., … Vittoz, P. (2021). A common soil temperature threshold for the upper limit of alpine grasslands in European mountains. Alpine Botany, 131, 41-52. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00035-021-00250-1
sPlotOpen – An environmentally balanced, open-access, global dataset of vegetation plots
Sabatini, F. M., Lenoir, J., Hattab, T., Arnst, E. A., Chytrý, M., Dengler, J., … Bruelheide, H. (2021). sPlotOpen – An environmentally balanced, open-access, global dataset of vegetation plots. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 30(9), 1740-1764. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13346
Evidence for a possible extinction debt in Swiss wetland specialist plants
Jamin, A., Peintinger, M., Gimmi, U., Holderegger, R., & Bergamini, A. (2020). Evidence for a possible extinction debt in Swiss wetland specialist plants. Ecology and Evolution, 10(3), 1264-1277. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.5980
Effectiveness of Swiss protected areas in maintaining populations of rare vascular plants
Dähler, N. B., Holderegger, R., INFO FLORA, & Bergamini, A. (2019). Effectiveness of Swiss protected areas in maintaining populations of rare vascular plants. Journal for Nature Conservation, 52, 125749 (6 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnc.2019.125749
Alpha diversity of vascular plants in European forests
Večeřa, M., Divíšek, J., Lenoir, J., Jiménez‐Alfaro, B., Biurrun, I., Knollová, I., … Chytrý, M. (2019). Alpha diversity of vascular plants in European forests. Journal of Biogeography, 46(9), 1919-1935. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13624
Intransitive competition is common across five major taxonomic groups and is driven by productivity, competitive rank and functional traits
Soliveres, S., Lehmann, A., Boch, S., Altermatt, F., Carrara, F., Crowther, T. W., … Allan, E. (2018). Intransitive competition is common across five major taxonomic groups and is driven by productivity, competitive rank and functional traits. Journal of Ecology, 106(3), 852-864. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12959
The root-associated microbial community of the world's highest growing vascular plants
Angel, R., Conrad, R., Dvorsky, M., Kopecky, M., Kotilínek, M., Hiiesalu, I., … Doležal, J. (2016). The root-associated microbial community of the world's highest growing vascular plants. Microbial Ecology, 72(2), 394-406. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-016-0779-8
The regional species richness and genetic diversity of Arctic vegetation reflect both past glaciations and current climate
Stewart, L., Alsos, I. G., Bay, C., Breen, A. L., Brochmann, C., Boulanger-Lapointe, N., … Pellissier, L. (2016). The regional species richness and genetic diversity of Arctic vegetation reflect both past glaciations and current climate. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25(4), 430-442. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.12424
The rich sides of mountain summits – a pan-European view on aspect preferences of alpine plants
Winkler, M., Lamprecht, A., Steinbauer, K., Hülber, K., Theurillat, J. P., Breiner, F., … Pauli, H. (2016). The rich sides of mountain summits – a pan-European view on aspect preferences of alpine plants. Journal of Biogeography, 43(11), 2261-2273. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.12835
Comparative ecology of vascular plant, bryophyte and testate amoeba communities in four <i>Sphagnum</i> peatlands along an altitudinal gradient in Switzerland
Koenig, I., Feldmeyer-Christe, E., & Mitchell, E. A. D. (2015). Comparative ecology of vascular plant, bryophyte and testate amoeba communities in four Sphagnum peatlands along an altitudinal gradient in Switzerland. Ecological Indicators, 54, 48-59. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2015.01.043
High-resolution remote sensing data improves models of species richness
Camathias, L., Bergamini, A., Küchler, M., Stofer, S., & Baltensweiler, A. (2013). High-resolution remote sensing data improves models of species richness. Applied Vegetation Science, 16(4), 539-551. https://doi.org/10.1111/avsc.12028
The performance of single- and multi-proxy transfer functions (testate amoebae, bryophytes, vascular plants) for reconstructing mire surface wetness and pH
Mitchell, E. A. D., Payne, R. J., van der Knaap, W. O., Lamentowicz, Ł., Gąbka, M., & Lamentowicz, M. (2013). The performance of single- and multi-proxy transfer functions (testate amoebae, bryophytes, vascular plants) for reconstructing mire surface wetness and pH. Quaternary Research, 79(1), 6-13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.yqres.2012.08.004
High nitrogen deposition alters the decomposition of bog plant litter and reduces carbon accumulation
Bragazza, L., Buttler, A., Habermacher, J., Brancaleoni, L., Gerdol, R., Fritze, H., … Johnson, D. (2012). High nitrogen deposition alters the decomposition of bog plant litter and reduces carbon accumulation. Global Change Biology, 18(3), 1163-1172. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02585.x
Seasonal variation in nitrogen isotopic composition of bog plant litter during 3 years of field decomposition
Bragazza, L., Iacumin, P., Siffi, C., & Gerdol, R. (2010). Seasonal variation in nitrogen isotopic composition of bog plant litter during 3 years of field decomposition. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 46(8), 877-881. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-010-0483-7
Community development along a proglacial chronosequence: are above-ground and below-ground community structure controlled more by biotic than abiotic factors?
Carlson, M. L., Flagstad, L. A., Gillet, F., & Mitchell, E. A. D. (2010). Community development along a proglacial chronosequence: are above-ground and below-ground community structure controlled more by biotic than abiotic factors? Journal of Ecology, 98(5), 1084-1095. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2745.2010.01699.x
Loss of habitat specialists despite conservation management in fen remnants 1995-2006
Bergamini, A., Peintinger, M., Fakheran, S., Moradi, H., Schmid, B., & Joshi, J. (2009). Loss of habitat specialists despite conservation management in fen remnants 1995-2006. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 11(1), 65-79. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ppees.2008.10.001