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77) Fischer C, Schröder B (submitted) Predicting spatial and temporal habitat use of rodents in a highly intensive agricultural area.

76) Vorpahl P**, Elsenbeer H, Märker M, Schröder B (with revisions) Size and frequency of shallow translational landslides: a pattern-oriented modeling approach.

75) Maggini R, Lehmann A, Zimmermann NE, Bolliger J, Schröder B, Foppen R, Schmid H, Beniston M, Zbinden N, Jenni L (resubmitted) Assessing the vulnerability of Swiss breeding birds to climate and land-use change.

Zur Publikation angenommen / im Druck

74) Schibalski A**, Lehtonen A, Schröder B (accepted) Climate change shifts predictor space and limits transferability of treeline models. Ecography

73) Kramer-Schadt S, Niedballa J, Pilgrim J, Schröder B, Lindenborn J, Reinfelder V, Stillfried M, Heckmann I, Scharf A, Augeri D, Cheyne S, Hearn A, Ross J, Macdonald D, Mathai J, Eaton J, Marshall A, Semiadi G, Rustam R, Bernard H, Alfred R, Samejima H, Duckworth J, Breitenmoser-Würsten C, Belant J, Hofer H Wilting A (in press) The importance of correcting for sampling bias in MaxEnt distribution models. Diversity and Distributions, doi: 10.1111/ddi.12096

72) van Schaik NLMB, Palm J**, Klaus J**, Zehe E, Schröder B (in press): Linking spatial earthworm distribution to macropore numbers and effectivity. Ecohydrology, doi:10.1002/eco.1358

71) Häring T**, Reger B, Ewald J, Hothorn T, Schröder B (in press): Regionalising indicator values for soil reaction in the Bavarian Alps – how reliable are averaged indicator values for prediction? Folia Geobotanica, doi: 10.1007/s12224-013-9157-1


70) Jeltsch F, Bonte D, Pe’er G, Reineking B, Leimgruber P Balkenhohl N, Schröder B, Buchmann C, Mueller T, Blaum N, Zurell D, Boehning-Gaese K, Wiegand T, Eccard J, Hofer H, Reeg J, Eggers U, Bauer S (2013) Integrating movement ecology with biodiversity research - exploring new avenues to address spatiotemporal biodiversity dynamics. Movement Ecology 1: 6

69) Silva B, Dislich C, Voss I, Roos K, Scheibe R, Vorpahl P**, Schröder B, Huth A, Beck E, Bendix J (2013) Climate change and its impact on current and future vegetation dynamics and carbon cycling. in: Bendix J, Beck E, Bräuning A, Makeschin F, Mosandl R, Scheu S, Wilcke W (Eds.). Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical mountain ecosystem of South Ecuador, Ecological Studies 221, pp. 331-341, Springer

68) Bendix J, Dislich C, Huth A, Huwe B, Ließ M, Schröder B, Thies B, Vorpahl P**, Wagemann J, Wilcke W (2013) Natural landslides which impact current regulating services: Environmental pre­con­di­tions and modelling. in: Bendix J, Beck E, Bräuning A, Makeschin F, Mosandl R, Scheu S, Wilcke W (Eds.). Ecosystem services, biodiversity and environmental change in a tropical mountain ecosystem of South Ecuador, Ecological Studies 221, pp. 153-170, Springer

67) Jeltsch F, Blaum N, Brose U, Chipperfield JD, Clough Y, Farwig N, Geissler K, Graham CH, Grimm V, Hickler T, Huth A, May F, Meyer KMM, Pagel J, Reineking B, Rillig MC, Shea K, Schurr FM, Schröder B, Tielbörger K, Weiss L, Wiegand K, Wiegand T, Wirth C, Zurell D (2013): How can we bring together empiricists and modellers in functional biodiversity research? Basic and Applied Ecology 14(2): 93-101 doi: 10.1016/j.baae.2013.01.001

66) Dormann CF, Elith J, Bacher S, Buchmann C, Carl G, Carré G, García Marquéz JR,  Gruber B, Lafourcade B, Leitão PJ, Münkemüller T, McClean C, Osborne P, Reineking B, Schröder B, Skidmore A, Zurell D**, Lautenbach S (2013): Collinearity: a review of methods to deal with it and a simulation study evaluating their performance. Ecography 36(1):27-46 - Editor's choice! doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2012.07348.x

65) Schymanski SJ, Dormann, CF, Cabral J, Chuine I, Graham C, Hartig F, Kearney M, Morin X, Römermann C, Schröder B, Singer A (2013): Process, correlation and parameter fitting in Species Distribution Models: a response to Kriticos et al. Journal of Biogeography 40(3): 611-613 doi: 10.1111/jbi.12075

64) Vorpahl P**, Dislich C**, Elsenbeer H, Märker M, Schröder B (2013): Modeling vegetation landslides – An extension to the infinite slope model to accommodate thick organic layers. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38(2): 198-212, doi: 10.1002/esp.3320

63) Richter D, Schröder B, Hartmann N, Matuschka F-R (2013): Spatial zoo­pro­phylactic effect of host composition on Lyme disease genospecies in Central European vector ticks. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 83(3): 738-744, doi: 10.1111/1574-6941.12029

62) Palm J**, van Schaik NLMB, Schröder B (2013): Modelling distribution patterns of anecic, epigeic and endogeic earthworms at catchment-scale in agro-ecosystems. Pedobiologia 56(1): 23-31, doi: 10.1016/j.pedobi.2012.08.007

61) Häring T**, Reger B, Ewald J, HothornT, Schröder B (2013): Predicting Ellenberg's soil moisture indicator value in the Bavarian Alps using additive georegression, Applied Vegetation Science 16: 110-212, doi: 10.1111/j.1654-109X.2012.01210.x.


60) Graeff T, Zehe E, Blume T, Francke T, Schröder B (2012): Predicting event response in a nested catchment with generalized linear models and a distributed watershed model. Hydrological Processes 26(24): 3749-3769, doi: 10.1002/hyp.8463

59) Schurr FM, Pagel J, Cabral JS, Groeneveld J, Bykova O, O'Hara R, Hartig F, Kissling DW, Linder HP, Midgley GP, Schröder B, Singer A, Zimmermann NE (2012): How to understand species niches and range dynamics: a demographic research agenda for biogeography. Journal of Biogeography 39(12): 2146-2162, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2012.02737.x

58) Dormann CF, Schymanski SJ, Cabral JS, Chuine I, Graham CH, Hartig F, Kearney M, Morin X, Römermann C, Schröder B, Singer A (2012): Correlation and process in species distribution models: bridging a dichotomy. Journal of Biogeography 39(12): 2119-2131, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02659.x

57) Revermann R*, Schmid H, Zbinden N, Schröder B (2012): Habitat at the mountain tops: How long can Rock Ptarmigan (Lagopus muta helvetica) survive rapid climate change in the Swiss Alps? A multiscale approach. Journal of Ornithology 153(3): 891-905, doi: 10.1007/s10336-012-0819-1

56) Zurell D**, Grimm V, Rossmanith E, Zbinden N, Zimmermann NE, Schröder B (2012): Uncertainty in predictions of range dynamics: Black grouse climbing the Swiss Alps. Ecography 35(7): 590-603, doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2011.07200.x

55) Vorpahl P**, Elsenbeer H, Märker M, Schröder B (2012): How can statistical models help to determine driving factors of landslides? Ecological Modelling 239: 27-39

54) Häring T**, Dietz E, Osenstetter S, Koschitzki T, Schröder B (2012): Spatial disaggregation of complex soil map units: A decision tree based approach in Bavarian forest soils. Geoderma 185-186: 37-47.

53) Zurell D**, Elith J, Schröder B (2012): Why range predictions differ: on the importance of understanding niche and data dimensions. Diversity and Distributions 18(6): 628-634.

52) Schneider A-K**, Schröder B (2012): Perspectives in modelling earthworm dynamics and their feedbacks with abiotic soil properties. Applied Soil Ecology 58: 29-36.


51) Wintle BA, Bekessy SA, Keith DA, Van Wilgen BW, Cabeza M, Schröder B, Carvalho S, Falcucci A, Maiorano L, Regan TJ, Rondinini C, Boitani L, Possingham HP (2011): Ecological-economic optimization of biodiversity conservation under climate change. Nature Climate Change 1(7): 355-359.

50) Krause RH**, Buse J, Matern A, Schröder B, Assmann T (2011): Eresus kollari (Araneae, Eresidae) calls for heathland management. Journal of Arachnology 39(3): 384-392.

49) Wellstein C, Schröder B, Reineking B, Zimmermann NE (2011): Understanding species and community response to environmental change - a functional trait perspective. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 145(1): 1-4.

48) Gevers J*, Høye TT, Topping C, Glemnitz M, Schröder B (2011): Biodiversity and the mitigation of climate change through bioenergy: Impacts of increased maize cultivation on abundance of farmland wildlife. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 3(6): 472-482.

47) Schulz JJ**, Cayuela L, Rey-Benayas JM, Schröder B (2011): Factors influencing vegetation cover change in Mediterranean Central Chile (1975-2008). Applied Vegetation Science 14(4): 571-582.

46) Löffler J, Anschlag K, Baker B, Finch OD, Wundram D, Schröder B, Lundberg A (2011): Mountain response to global change. Erdkunde 65(2): 189-213.

45) Hothorn T, Müller J, Schröder B, Kneib T, Brandl R (2011): Decomposing environmental, spatial and spatio-temporal components of species distributions. Ecological Monographs 81(2): 329-347.

44) Märker M, Pelacani S, Schröder B (2011): A functional entities approach to predict soil erosion processes in a small Plio-Pleistocene Mediterranean catchment in Northern Chianti, Italy. Geomorphology 125(4): 530-540.


43) Zurell D**, Berger U, Cabral JS, Jeltsch F, Meynard CN, Münkemüller T, Nehrbass N, Pagel J, Reineking B, Schröder B, Grimm V (2010): The virtual ecologist approach: simulating data and observers. Oikos 119(4): 622-635.

42) Tanneberger F**, Flade M, Preiksa Z, Schröder B (2010): Habitat selection of the globally threatened Aquatic Warbler at the western margin of the breeding range: Implications for management. Ibis 152(2): 347-358.


41) Schröder B, Strauss B*, Biedermann R, Binzenhöfer B**, Settele J (2009): Predictive species distribution modelling in butterflies. - In: Settele J, Shreeve TG, Konvicka M, van Dyck H (Eds.): Ecology of Butterflies in Europe, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 62-78.

40) Dislich C**, Günter S, Homeier J, Schröder B, Huth, A (2009): Simulating forest dynamics of a tropical montane forest in South Ecuador. Erdkunde 63(4): 347-364.

39) Seppelt R, Müller F, Schröder B, Volk M (2009): Challenges of simulating complex environmental systems: A controversial dialogue between two cups of espresso. Ecological Modelling 220(24): 3481-3489.

38) Zurell D**, Jeltsch F, Dormann CF, Schröder B (2009): Static species distribution models in dynamically changing systems: How good can predictions really be? Ecography 32(5): 733-744.

37) Müller D*, Schröder B, Müller J (2009): Modelling habitat selection of the cryptic Hazel Grouse Bonasia bonasia in a montane forest. Journal of Ornithology 150(4): 719-732.

36) Heisswolf A**, Reichmann S*, Poethke H-J, Schröder B, Obermaier E (2009): Habitat quality matters for the distribution of an endangered leaf beetle and its egg parasitoid in a fragmented landscape. Journal of Insect Conservation 13(2): 165-175.

35) Graeff T*, Zehe E, Reusser D, Lück E, Schröder B, Wenk G, John H, Bronstert A (2009): Process identification through rejection of model structures in a mid-mountainous rural catchment: observations of rainfall-runoff response, geophysical conditions and model inter-comparison. Hydrological Processes 23(5): 702-718.

33) Pagel J*, Fritzsch K**, Biedermann R, Schröder B (2008): Annual plants under cyclic disturbance regimes - better understanding through model aggregation. Ecological Applications 18(8): 2000-2015.

34) Müller J, Pöllath J*, Moshammer R, Schröder B (2009): Predicting the occurrence of Middle Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos medius on a regional scale, using forest inventory data. Forest Ecology and Management 257(2): 502-509.


32) Schröder B (2008): Challenges of species distribution modelling belowground. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 171(3): 325-337.

31) Dormann CF, Purschke O*, García Márquez JR, Lautenbach S, Schröder B (2008): Components of uncertainty in species distribution analysis: A case study of the Great Grey Shrike Lanius excubitor L. Ecology 89(12): 3371-3386.

30) Francke T**, López-Tarazón JA, Schröder B (2008): Estimation of suspended sediment concentration and yield using linear models, random forests and quantile regression forests. Hydrological Processes 22(25): 4892-4904.

29) von dem Bussche J*, Spaar R, Schmid H, Schröder B (2008): Modelling the recent and potential future spatial distribution of ring ouzel (Turdus torquatus) and blackbird (T. merula) in Switzerland. Journal of Ornithology 149(4): 529-544.

28) Schröder B, Rudner M, Biedermann R, Kögl H, Kleyer M (2008): A landscape model for quantifying the trade-off between conservation needs and economic constraints in the management of a semi-natural grassland community. Biological Conservation 141(3): 719-732.

27) Binzenhöfer B**, Biedermann R, Settele J, Schröder B (2008): Connectivity compensates for low habitat quality and small patch size in the butterfly Cupido minimus. Ecol. Research 23 (2): 259-269.


26) Buse J**, Schröder B, Assmann T (2007): Modeling habitat and spatial distribution of an endangered longhorn beetle - a case study for saproxylic insect conservation. Biological Conservation 137(2): 372-381.

25) Dormann CF, McPherson JM, Araújo MB, Bivand R, Bolliger J, Carl G, Davis R, Hirzel A, Jetz W, Kissling WD, Kühn I, Ohlemüller R, Peres-Neto PR, Reineking B, Schröder B, Schurr FM, Wilson R (2007): Methods to account for spatial autocorrelation in the analysis of species distributional data: a review. Ecography 30(5): 609-628.

24) Hein S**, Voss J*, Poethke H-J, Schröder B (2007): Habitat suitability models for the conservation of thermophilic grasshoppers and bush crickets. Journal of Insect Conservation 11(3): 221-240.

23) Hein S**, Binzenhöfer B**, Poethke H-J, Biedermann R, Settele J, Schröder B (2007): The generality of habitat suitability models: How well may grasshopper presence be predicted by butterfly models?  Basic and Applied Ecology 8(4): 310-320.

22) Kleyer M, Biedermann R, Henle K, Poethke H-J, Poschlod P, Schröder B, Settele J, Vetterlein D (2007): Mosaic cycles of habitat quality in grasslands of Central Europe. Basic and Applied Ecology 8(4): 295-309.

21) Rudner M, Biedermann R, Schröder B, Kleyer M (2007): Integrated Grid Based Ecological and Economic (INGRID) Landscape Model - a tool to support landscape management decisions. Environmental Modelling and Software 22(2): 177-187.

20) Schröder B, Reuter H, Reineking B (Eds.) (2007): Multiple Scales and Scaling in Ecology in der Reihe Theorie in der Ökologie Vol. 13, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 123 pp.


19) Schröder B (2006): Pattern, process and function in landscape ecology and catchment hydrology - how can quantitative landscape ecology support? Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 10: 967-979.

18) Schröder B, Seppelt R (2006): Analysis of pattern-process-interactions based on landscape models - overview, general concepts, methodological issues. - Ecological Modelling 199(4): 505-516.

17) Seppelt R, Schröder B (2006): Pattern and processes of dynamic mosaic landscapes. - Ecological Modelling 199(4): 377-378.

16) Reineking B, Schröder B (2006): Constrain to perform: Regularization of habitat models. - Ecological Modelling 193(3-4): 675-690.

15) Vogt J*, Fonti P, Conedera M, Schröder B (2006): Temporal and spatial dynamics of stool uprooting in abandoned chestnut coppice forests. - Forest Ecology and Management 235(1-3): 88-95.


4) Binzenhöfer B**, Schröder B, Biedermann R, Strauß B*, Settele J (2005): Habitat models and habitat connectivity analysis for butterflies and burnet moths - the example of Zygaena carniolica and Coenonympha arcania. Biological Conservation 126(2): 247-259.


13) Peppler-Lisbach C, Schröder B (2004): Predicting the species composition of mat-grass communities (Nardetalia) by logistic regression modelling. Journal of Vegetation Science 15: 623-634.

12) Oppel S*, Schaefer HM, Schmidt V, Schröder B (2004): The role of habitat selection and interspecific competition for the conservation of the Pale-headed Brush-Finch, Atlapetes pallidiceps, in Southern Ecuador. Biological Conservation 118(1): 33-40.

11) Oppel S*, Schaefer HM, Schmidt V, Schröder B (2004): Cowbird parasitism of the Pale-headed Brush-Finch Atlapetes pallidiceps: Implications for conservation and management. Bird Conservation International 14: 63-75.

10) Oppel S*, Schaefer HM, Schmidt V, Schröder B (2004): How much suitable habitat is left for the last known population of the Pale-Headed Brush-Finch? Condor 106: 429-434.

9) Rudner M, Biedermann R, Schröder B, Kleyer M (2004): Assessing management systems for the conservation of open landscapes using an integrated landscape model approach.- iEMSs-Proceedings 2004.


8) Reineking B**, Schröder B (2003): Computer-intensive methods in the analysis of species-habitat relationships.- in: Breckling B, Reuter H, Mitwollen A (Eds): Gene Bits und Ökosysteme - Implikationen neuer Technologien für die ökologische Theorie P. Lang, Frankfurt am Main: 165-182.

7) Rudner M, Schröder B, Biedermann R, Müller M (2003): Habitat modelling in GIMOLUS - webGIS-based e-learning modules using logistic regression to assess species-habitat relationships.- in: Strobl J, Blaschke T, Griesebner G. (Eds): Angewandte Geographische Informationsverarbeitung XV, Beiträge zum AGIT-Symposium Salzburg 2003, 387-396.

6) Söndgerath D, Schröder B** (2002): Population dynamics and habitat connectivity affecting spatial spread of populations - a simulation study. Landscape Ecology 17(1): 57-70.


5) Bonn A**, Schröder B (2001): Habitat models and their transfer for single- and multi species groups: a case study of carabids in an alluvial forest. Ecography 24(4): 483-496.


4) Schröder B**, Richter O (1999): Are habitat models transferable in space and time? Journal for Nature Conservation (formerly Zeitschrift für Ökologie und Naturschutz) 8(4): 195-205.

3) Kleyer M, Kratz R, Lutze G, Schröder B** (1999): Habitatmodelle für Tierarten: Entwicklung, Methoden und Perspektiven für die Anwendung. Journal for Nature Conservation (formerly Zeitschrift für Ökologie und Naturschutz) 8(4): 177-194.

2) Rolff J, Schröder B (1999): Regaining the water: a simulation model approach for Arrenurus larvae (Hydrochnellae) parasitizing damselflies (Coenagrion puella: Odonata). In: Bruin J, van der Geest LPS, Sabelis MW (Eds): Evolution and Ecology of Acari. Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 359-366.


1) Schröder B* (1997): Fuzzy Logik und klassische Statistik - ein kombiniertes Habitateignungsmodell für Conocephalus dorsalis (Latreille 1804) (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Verh. Ges. Ökol. 27: 219-226.