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Abrego, N., C. Bässler, M. Christensen, and J. Heilmann-Clausen. 2015. Implications of reserve size and forest connectivity for the conservation of wood-inhabiting fungi in Europe. Elsevier-Biological Conservation 191:469-477.

Bässler, C., M. Cadotte, B. Beudert, C. Heibl, M. Blaschke, J. Bradtka, T. Langbehn, S. Werth, and J. Müller. 2015. Contrasting patterns of lichen functional diversity and species richness across an elevation gradient. Ecography.

Bässler, C., J. Heilmann-Clausen, P. Karasch, R. Brandl, and H. Halbwachs. 2015. Ectomycorrhizal fungi have larger fruit bodies than saprothophic fungi. Elsevier-Fungal Ecology 17:205-212.

Bässler, C., J. Müller, M. W. Cadotte, C. Heibl, J. H. Bradtka, S. Thorn, and H. Halbwachs. 2015. Functional response of lignicolous fungal guilds to bark beetle deforestation. Ecological Indicators.

Bässler, C., L. Seifert, and J. Müller. 2015. The Bioklim Project in the National Park Bavarian Forest: Lessons from a biodiversity survey. Silva Gabreta 21:81-93.

Bernes, C., B. Gunnar Jonsson, K. Junninen, A. Lõhmus, E. Macdonald, J. Müller, and J. Sandström. 2015. What is the impact of active management on biodiversity in boreal and temperate forests set aside for conservation or restoration? A systematic map Environmental Evidence.

Beudert, B., C. Bässler, S. Thorn, R. Noss, B. Schröder, H. Dieffenbach-Fries, N. Foullois, and J. Müller. 2015. Bark beetles increase biodiversity while maintaining drinking water quality. Conservation Letters 8:272-281.

Bevanda, M., E. A. Fronhofer, M. Heurich, J. Müller, and B. Reineking. 2015. Landscape configuration is a major determinant of home range size variation. Ecosphere.

Bing, T., J. Müller, B. Glaser, R. Brandl, and M. Brändle. 2015. Variation in diet across an elevational gradient in the larvae of two Hydropsyche species (Trichoptera). Limnologica.

Gossner, M. M., M. Brändle, R. Brandl, J. Bail, J. Müller, and L. Opgenoorth. 2015. Where is the extended phenotype in the wild? The community composition of arthropods on mature oak trees does not depend on the oak genotype. PLOS ONE.

Halbwachs, H. and C. Bässler. 2015. Gone with the wind - a review on basidiospores of lamellate agarics. Mycosphere 6:78-112.

Halbwachs, H., R. Brandl, and C. Bässler. 2015. Spore wall traits of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic agarics may mirror their distinct lifestyles. Elsevier-Fungal Ecology 17:197-204.

Heurich, M., T. T. G. Brand, M. Y. Kaandorp, P. Sustr, J. Muller, and B. Reineking. 2015. Country, Cover or Protection: What Shapes the Distribution of Red Deer and Roe Deer in the Bohemian Forest Ecosystem? PLOS ONE 10.

Hothorn, T., J. Müller, L. Held, L. Möst, and A. Mysterud. 2015. Temporal Patterns of Deer-vehicle Collisions Consistent with Deer Activity Pattern and Density Increase but not General Accident Risk. Accident Analysis & Prevention.

Kaldhusdal, A., R. Brandl, J. Müller, L. Möst, and T. Hothorn. 2015. Spatio-Phylogenetic Multi-Species Distribution Models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6:187-197.

Latifi, H., F. E. Fassnacht, J. Müller, A. Tharani, S. Dech, and M. Heurich. 2015. Forest inventories by LiDAR data: a comparison of single tree segmentation and metric-based methods for inventories of a heterogenous temperate forest. International Journal of Earth Observation and Geoinformation.

Latifi, H., M. Heurich, F. Hartig, J. Müller, P. Krzystek, H. Jehl, and S. Dech. 2015. Estimating over- and understory canopy density of temperate mixed stands by airborne LiDAR data. Forestry.

Laube, J., T. Sparks, C. Bässler, and A. Menzel. 2015. Small differences in seasonal and thermal niches influence elevational limits of native and invasive Balsams. Elsevier-Biological Conservation 191:682-691.

Magg, N., J. Müller, C. Heibl, M. Wölfl, S. Wölfl, L. Bufka, and M. Heurich. 2015. Habitat availability is not the factor limiting the distribution of the Bohemian-Bavarian-lynx population. Oryx.

Molleman, F., A. Depoilly, P. Vernon, J. Müller, R. Bailey, A. Jarzabek-Müller, and A. Prinzing. 2015. The island rule of body size demonstrated on individual hosts: phytophagous click-beetle species grow larger and predators smaller on phylogenetically isolated trees. Journal of Biogeography.

Möst, L., T. Hothorn, J. Müller, and M. Heurich. 2015. Creating a landscape of management: Unintended effects on the variation of browsing pressure in a national park. Forest Ecology and Management 338:46-56.

Müller, J., H. Brustel, A. Brin, H. Bussler, C. Bouget, E. Obermaier, I. M. M. Heidinger, T. Lachat, B. Förster, J. Horak, J. Procházka, F. Köhler, L. Larrieu, U. Bense, G. Isacsson, L. Zapponi, and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles. Ecography 38:499-509.

Müller, J., S. Thorn, R. Baier, K. Sagheb-Talebi, H. Barimani, S. Seibold, M. D. Ulyshen, and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Protecting the forests while allowing removal of damaged trees may imperil saproxylic insect biodiversity in the Hyrcanian beech forests of Iran. Conservation Letters.

Müller, J., B. Wende, C. Strobl, M. Eugster, I. Gallenberger, A. Floren, I. Steffan-Dewenter, K. E. Linsenmair, W. W. Weisser, and M. M. Gossner. 2015. Forest management and regional tree composition drive the host preference of saproxylic beetle communities. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Parmain, G., C. Bouget, J. Müller, J. Horak, M. M. Gossner, T. Lachat, and G. Isacsson. 2015. Can rove beetles (Staphylinidae) be excluded in studies focusing on saproxylic beetles in central European beech forests? Bulletin of Entomological Research 105:101-109.

eibold, S., C. Bässler, R. Brandl, M. M. Gossner, S. Thorn, M. D. Ulyshen, and J. Müller. 2015. Experimental studies of dead-wood biodiversity - a review identifying global gaps in knowledge. Biological Conservation 191:139-149.

Seibold, S., R. Brandl, J. Buse, T. Hothorn, J. Schmidl, S. Thorn, and J. Müller. 2015. Association of the extinction risk of saproxylic beetles and the ecological degradation of forests in Europe Conservation Biology 29:382-390.
Seidl, R., J. Müller, T. Hothorn, C. Bässler, M. Heurich, and M. Kautz. 2015. Small beetle, large-scale drivers: How regional and landscape factors affect outbreaks of the European spruce bark beetle. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Thorn, S., C. Bässler, M. Bernhardt-Römermann, M. Cadotte, C. Heibl, H. Schäfer, S. Seibold, and J. Müller. 2015. Changes in the dominant assembly mechanism drives species loss caused by declining resources. Ecology Letters.
Thorn, S., H. H. Hacker, S. Seibold, H. Jehl, C. Bässler, and J. Müller. 2015. Guild-specific responses of forest Lepidoptera highlight conservation oriented forest management - implications from conifer-dominated forests. Forest Ecol Manag 337:41-47.
Thorn, S., J. Müller, C. Bässler, A. Gminder, R. Brandl, and C. Heibl. 2015. Host abundance, durability, basidiome form and phylogenetic isolation determine fungivore species richness. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114:699-708.
Thorn, S., S. A. B. Werner, J. Wohlfarth, C. Bässler, S. Seibold, P. Quillfeldt, and J. Müller. 2015. Response of bird assemblages to windstorm and salvage logging — insights from analyses of functional guild and indicator species. Ecological Indicators.
Weingarth, K., T. Zeppenfeld, C. Heibl, M. Heurich, L. Bufka, K. Daniszová, and J. Müller. 2015. Hide & seek – extended camera-trap session lengths and autumn provide best parameters for estimating lynx densities in mountainous areas. Biodiversity and Conservation.
Werner, S. A. B., J. Müller, and S. Thorn. 2015. Natural regeneration determines wintering bird presence in wind-damaged coniferous forest stands independent of post-disturbance logging. Canadian Journal of Forest Research-Revue Canadienne De Recherche Forestiere 45 1232-1237.
Winter, M.-B., C. Ammer, R. Baier, D. C. Donato, S. Seibold, and J. Müller. 2015. Multi-taxon alpha diversity following bark beetle disturbance: evaluating multi-decade persistence of a diverse early-seral phase. Forest Ecology and Management 338: 32-45.
Zehetmair, T., M. Jörg, A. Zharov, and A. Gruppe. 2015. Effects of Natura2000 and habitat variables used for habitat assessment on beetle assemblages in European beech forests. Insect Conservation and Diversity 8:193-204.
Zehetmair, T., J. Müller, V. Runkel, P. Stahlschmidt, S. Winter, A. Zharov, and A. Gruppe. 2015. Poor effectiveness of Natura 2000 beech forests in protecting forest-dwelling bats. Journal for Nature Conservation 23:53-60.
Zeppenfeld, T., M. Svoboda, R. DeRose, M. Heurich, J. Müller, P. Čížková, M. Starý, R. Bače, and D. Donato. 2015. Response of mountain (Picea abies) forests to stand-replacing bark beetle outbreaks: Neighborhood effects lead to self-replacement. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1402-1411.

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