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Georgi, M., Hagge J., Hielscher, K., Kleinschmit J.R.G., Kreuselberg B., Lauterbach M., Mayr S., Poeppel S., Schleupner C. (2024) Erhaltung und Förderung lichter Waldstrukturen für den Insektenschutz. Natur und Landschaft, 99(2), S. 75-81.

Winiger, N., Hendel, A.-L., Ganz, S., Zielewska-Büttner, K., Segelbacher, G & Braunisch, V. (2023). Saproxylic beetles respond to habitat variables at different spatial scales depending on variable type and species’ mobility: the need for multi-scale forest structure management. Biodiversity and Conservation. 1-23. 10.1007/s10531-023-02663-2.

Schiefer, F., Schmidtlein, S., Frick, A., Frey, J., Klinke, Zielewska-Büttner, K., Junttila,S., Uhl, A., Kattenborn, T. (2023): UAV-based reference data for the prediction of fractional cover of standing deadwood from Sentinel time series,ISPRS Open Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, ISSN 2667-3932, Volume 8, 2023, 100034,

Georgi, M., Gärtner S., Förschler, M., Buse J., Fornoff F., Ssymank A. Oelmann, Y., Klein A.-M., (2023) Mulching time of forest meadows influences insect diversity. Insect Conservation and Diversity, S. 1-11.

Hendel, A. L., Winiger, N., Jonker, M., Zielewska-Büttner, K., Ganz, S., Adler, P., & Braunisch, V. (2023). Bat habitat selection reveals positive effects of retention forestry. Forest Ecology and Management, 531, 120783.

Eckerter, T., Erbacher, J., Wolf, W., Braunisch V., Klein A.-M. (2022). Verges Along Forest Roads Promote Wild Bees. Forest Science, S. 1-11

Georgi, M., Fornoff, F., Gärtner, S. M., Neitzel, S., Geist, A., & Klein, A. M. (2022). Timing and mulching frequency affected the number of nests of cavity-nesting wasps that hunt for aphids in forest meadows. Journal of Insect Conservation, 26 (6), S. 973-981.

Eckerter, T., Braunisch, V., Buse, J., & Klein, A. M. (2022): Open forest successional stages and landscape heterogeneity promote wild bee diversity in temperate forests. Conservation Science and Practice, doi: 10.1111/csp2.12843

Seebach, L. and Braunisch, V. (2022): Systematische Herleitung von Prioritätsflächen für die Ausweisung neuer Prozessschutzgebiete für die Ausweisung neuer Prozessschutzgebiete in Baden-Württemberg. Natur und Landschaft 97(2): 62-70.

Vignali, S., Lörcher, F., Hegglin, D., Arlettaz, R., & Braunisch, V. (2022): A predictive flight-altitude model for avoiding future conflicts between an emblematic raptor and wind energy development in the Swiss Alps. Royal Society Open Science, 9(2), 211041.

Eckerter, T., Braunisch, V., Pufal, G., & Klein, A. M. (2022): Small clear-cuts in managed forests support trap-nesting bees, wasps and their parasitoids. Forest Ecology and Management, 509, 120076.

Knutti, J., Braunisch, V., Pellet, J., & Arlettaz, R. (2021). Improving longitudinal habitat connectivity in major river restoration projects through farmland re-allocation. Journal for Nature Conservation, 64, 126062.

Liu, X., Frey, J., Denter, M., Zielewska-Büttner, K., Still, N., Koch, B. (2021): Mapping standing dead trees in temperate montane forests using a pixel- and object-based image fusion method and stereo WorldView-3 imagery. Ecological Indicators, Volume 133, 108438, ISSN 1470-160X

Coppes, J., Kämmerle, J. L., Schroth, K.-E., Braunisch, V., Suchant, R. (2021): Weather conditions explain reproductive success and advancement of the breeding season in Western Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus). IBIS, in press.

Kämmerle, J. L., Suchant, R., Braunisch, V., Coppes, J. (2020): Quantifying the effectiveness of habitat management to counter local extinction: A case-study on capercaillie. Forest Ecology and Management 474, 118379.

Vignali, S., Barras, A., Braunisch, V.(2020): SDM-tune: An R-package to tune and evaluate Species Distribution Models. Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.6786 .

Coppes, J., Kämmerle, J.-L., Grünschachner-Berger, V., Braunisch, V., Bollmann, K., Mollet, P., Suchant, R., Nopp-Mayr, U. (2020): Consistent effects of wind turbines on habitat selection of capercaillie across Europe. Biological Conservation 244, 108592.

Zielewska-Büttner, K., Adler, P., Kolbe, S., Beck, R., Ganter, L.M., Koch, B., Braunisch, V. (2020): Detection of Standing Deadwood from Aerial Imagery Products: Two Methods for Addressing the Bare Ground Misclassification Issue. Forests 11, 801, doi:10.3390/f11080801

Roder, S., Biollaz, F., Mettaz, S., Zimmermann, F., Manz, R., Kéry, M., Vignali, S., Fumagalli, L., Arlettaz, R., Braunisch, V. (2020): Deer density drives wolf establishment in the Central European Alps. Journal of Applied Ecology57 (5), 995-1008.

Basile, M., Asbeck, T., Jonker, M., Knuff, A.K., Bauhus, J., Braunisch, V., Mikusiński, G., Storch, I. (2020): What do tree-related microhabitats tell us about the abundance of forest-dwelling bats, birds, and insects? Journal of Environmental Management 264, 110401,

Brambilla, M., Resano-Mayor, J., Arlettaz, R., Bettega, C., Binggeli, A., Bogliani, G., Braunisch, V., Celada, C., Chamberlain, D., Carricaburu, J.C., Delgado, M., Fontanilles, P., Kmecl, P., Korner, F., Lindner, R., Pedrini, P., Pöhacker, J., Rubinič, B., Schano, C., Scridel, D., Strinella, E., Teufelbauer, N., de Gabriel Hernando, M. (2020): Potential distribution of a climate sensitive species, the White-winged Snowfinch Montifringilla nivalis in Europe. Bird Conservation International, DOI: 10.1017/S0959270920000027 .

Brambilla, M., Scridel, D., Bazzi, G., Ilahiane, L., Iemma, A., Pedrini, P., Bassi, E., Bionda, R., Marchesi, L., Genero, F., Teufelbauer, N., Probst, R., Vrezec, A., Kmecl, P., Mihilic, T. Bogliani, G., Schmid, H., Assandri, G., Pontarini, R., Braunisch, V., Arlettaz, R., Chamberlain, D. (2020): Species interactions and climate change: how the disruption of species co-occurrence will impact on an avian forest guild. Global Change Biology, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14953 .

Storch, I., Penner, J., Asbeck, T., Basile, M., Bauhus, J., Braunisch, V., Dormann, C.F., Frey, J., Gärtner, S., Hanewinkel, M., Koch, B., Klein, A.-M., Kuss, T., Pregernig, M., Pyttel, P., Reif, A., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Segelbacher, G., Schraml, U., Staab, M. Winkel, G., Yousefpour, R. (2020): Analysing the effectiveness of retention forestry to enhance biodiversity in production forests of Central Europe using an interdisciplinary, multi-scale approach. Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.6003 .

Barras, A.G., Marti, S., Ettlin, S., Vignali, S., Resano-Mayor, J., Braunisch, V., Arlettaz, R. (2019): The importance of seasonal environmental factors in the foraging habitat selection of Alpine Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus alpestris. Ibis, doi: 10.1111/ibi.12764 .

Coppes, J., Braunisch, V., Bollmann, K., Storch, I., Mollet, P., Grünschachner-Berger, V., Taubmann, J., Suchant, R., Nopp-Mayr, U. (2019): The impact of wind energy facilities on grouse: a systematic review. Journal of Ornithology, 161, pages 1–15

Braunisch, V., Roder, S., Coppes, J., Froidevaux, J.S.P., Arlettaz, R., Bollmann, K. (2019): Structural complexity in managed and strictly protected mountain forests: effects on the habitat suitability for indicator bird species. Forest Ecology and Management 448: 139-149.

Resano-Mayor, J., Korner-Nievergelt. F., Vignali. S., Horrenberger, N., Barras, A.G., Braunisch, V., Pernollet, C.A., Arlettaz, R. (2019): Snow cover phenology is the main driver of foraging habitat selection in a high-alpine passerine during breeding: implications for species persistence in face of climate change. Biodiversity and Conservation. 28, pages 2669–2685

Magg, N., Ballenthien, E., Braunisch, V. (2019): Faunal surrogates for forest species conservation: A systematic niche-based approach. Ecological Indicators 102: 65-75.

Coppes, J., Nopp-Mayr, U., Grünschachner-Berger, V., Storch, I., Suchant, R., Braunisch, V. (2018): Habitat suitability modulates the response of wildlife to human recreation. Biological Conservation 227, 56-64.

Zielewska-Büttner, K., M. Heurich, J. Müller, Braunisch, V. (2018): Remotely Sensed Single Tree Data Enable the Determination of Habitat Thresholds for the Three-Toed Woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus). Remote Sensing 10: art. 1972.

Rehnus, M., Bollmann, K., Schmatz, D.R., Hackländer, K., Braunisch, V. (2018): Alpine glacial relict species losing out to climate change: The case of the fragmented mountain hare population (Lepus timidus) in the Alps. Global Change Biology 24: 3236-3253.

Coppes, J., Kämmerle, J.L., Willert, M., Kohnen, A., Palme, R., Braunisch, V. (2018): The importance of individual heterogeneity for interpreting faecal glucocorticoid metabolite levels in wildlife studies. Journal of Applied Ecology, 00:1–12 (online early: .

Brambilla, M., Resano-Mayor, J., Scridel, D., Anderle, M., Bogliani, G., Braunisch, V., Capelli, F., Cortesi, M., Horrenberger, N., Pedrini, P., Sangalli, B., Chamberlain, D., Arlettaz, R., Rubolini, D. (2018). Past and future impact of climate change on foraging habitat suitability in a high-alpine bird species: Management options to buffer against global warming effects. Biological Conservation 221, 209-218.

Wellig, S.D., Nusslé, S., Miltner, D., Kohle, O., Glaizot, O., Braunisch, V., Obrist, M.K., Arlettaz, R. (2018): Mitigating the negative impacts of tall wind turbines on bats: Vertical activity profiles and relationships to wind speed. PLoS ONE 13: e0192493.

Kröschel, M., Reineking, B., Werwie, F., Wildi, F., Storch, I. (2017): Remote monitoring of vigilance behavior in large herbivores using acceleration data. Anim Biotelemetry 5, 10.  

Coppes, J., J. Ehrlacher, D. Thiel, R. Suchant,Braunisch, V. (2017): Outdoor recreation causes effective habitat reduction in capercaillie Tetrao urogallus: a major threat for geographically restricted populations. Journal of Avian Biology 48: 1583-1594.

Coppes, J., F. Burghardt, R. Hagen, R. Suchant, Braunisch, V. (2017): Human recreation affects spatio-temporal habitat use patterns in red deer (Cervus elaphus). PLoS ONE 12: e0175134.

Zielewska-Büttner, K.; Adler, P.; Ehmann, M.; Braunisch, V. (2017): Erratum: Zielewska-Büttner, K.; Adler, P.; Ehmann, M.; Braunisch, V. (2016). Automated Detection of Forest Gaps in Spruce Dominated Stands Using Canopy Height Models Derived from Stereo Aerial Imagery.Remote Sensing, 8, 175. Remote Sens.9, 471.

Braunisch, V., P. Patthey, Arlettaz, R. (2016): Where to Combat Shrub Encroachment in Alpine Timberline Ecosystems: Combining Remotely-Sensed Vegetation Information with Species Habitat Modelling. PLoS ONE 11: e0164318.

Zellweger, F., A. Baltensweiler, C. Ginzler, T. Roth, V. Braunisch, H. Bugmann, Bollmann, K. (2016): Environmental predictors of species richness in forest landscapes: abiotic factors versus vegetation structure. Journal of Biogeography 43: 1080-1090.

Rehnus, M., Braunisch V., Hackländer, K., Jost, L., Bollmann, K. (2016): The seasonal trade-off between food and cover in the Alpine mountain hare (Lepus timidus). European Journal of Wildlife Research 62: 11-21.

Zielewska-Büttner, K., P. Adler, M. Ehmann, Braunisch, V. (2016): Automated Detection of Forest Gaps in Spruce Dominated Stands Using Canopy Height Models Derived from Stereo Aerial Imagery. Remote Sensing 8: art. 175.

Zellweger, F., Braunisch, V., Morsdorf, F., Baltensweiler, A., Abegg, M., Roth, T., Bugmann, H., Bollmann, K. (2015): Disentangling the effects of climate, topography and soil and vegetation on stand-scale species richness in temperate forests. Forest Ecology and Management 349: 3 6-44.

Hofstetter, L., Arlettaz, R., Bollmann, K., Braunisch, V. (2015): Interchangeable sets of complementary habitat variables allow for flexible, site-adapted wildlife habitat management in forest ecosystems. Basic and Applied Ecology 16, 420-433.

Braunisch, V., Coppes, J., Bächle, S., Suchant, R. (2015): Underpinning the precautionary principle with evidence: a spatial concept for guiding windpower development in endangered species' habitats. Journal for Nature Conservation 24, 31-40.

Braunisch, V., Coppes, J., Arlettaz, R., Suchant, R., Zellweger, F., Bollmann, K. (2014): Temperate mountain forest biodiversity under climate change: compensating negative effects by increasing structural complexity. PLoS ONE 9(5):e97718. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0097718 .

Zellweger, F., Morsdorf, F., Purves, R.S., Braunisch, V., Bollmann, K. (2014): Improved methods for measuring forest landscape structure: LiDAR complements field-based habitat assessment. Biodiversity Conservation 23:289–307

Zellweger, F., Braunisch, V., Baltensweiler, A., Bollmann, K. (2013): Remotely sensed forest structural complexity predicts multi species occurrence at the landscape scale. Forest Ecology and Management, 307: 303-312.

Braunisch, V., Coppes, J., Schmid, H., Suchant, R., Arlettaz, R., Bollmann, K. (2013): Selecting from correlated climate variables: a major source of uncertainty for predicting species distributions under climate change. Ecography, 36: 971-983.

Coppes, J., Braunisch, V. (2013): Managing visitors in nature areas - Where do they leave the trails? A spatial model.Wildlife Biology 19(1): 1-11.

Zielewska-Büttner, K., Kromer, J, Ganz, S., Adler, P. und Braunisch, V(2024):  Vegetation Height Model settings and Higher Spatial Data Resolution Improve Deadwood Detection from Aerial Imagery.  44. Wissenschaftlich-Technische Jahrestagung der DGPF in Remagen, Publikationen der DGPF, Band 32, S. 410–430

Gabriel Holz und Veronika Braunisch (2023): Erstfund des invasiven Scheingreiskrauts Erechtites hieraciifolius (L.) Raf. ex DC im Schwarzwald. BLNN Mitteilungen, Band 25, S. 163

Dalüge, N.; Prosi, R.; Untheim, H.; Georgi, M.; & Dolek, M. (2022): Mittelwälder für den Artenschutz–erfolgreich auch ohne Mittelwaldtradition? standort.wald, 52: S. 63-72.

Wevell von Krüger, A. (2022): Erste Waldbiotopkartierung Luxemburg. Ergebnisse. (2015 – 2020). Naturverwaltung Luxemburg, ISBN 978-29199474-9-2, 72 S.  

Rupp, M.; Franke, A.; Wevell v. Krüger, A.; Siegel, N. (2022): Moderne Waldweide als Instrument im Waldnaturschutz – Konzept für Baden-Württemberg. FVA Baden-Württemberg, ISBN 978-3-933548-59-7, 76 S.

Holz, G., Grüner, J., Reif A. (2022): Variabilität der Morphologie und Anatomie der Blätter der Stechpalme (Ilex aquifolium L.) in Abhängigkeit von Licht und Verbiss. Mitt. Deutsch. Dendrol. Ges. (MDDG), 107: S. 31-50.

Seebach, L., Michiels, H.-G., Braunisch, V. (2020): Naturnähe der Baumartenzusammensetzung im Staatswald Baden-Württemberg räumlich modelliert. Standort.Wald 51, S. 37-52.

Zielewska-Büttner, K., (2020): Deriving biodiversity-relevant forest structure parameters: The value of aerial imagery from state surveys. Dissertation. Fakultät für Umwelt und Natürliche Ressourcen, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg. 161 S. DOI: 10.6094/UNIFR/193860 .

Ackermann, J.; Adler, P.; Aufreiter, C.; Bauerhansl, C.; Bucher, T.; Franz, S.; Engels, F.; Ginzler, C.; Hoffmann, K.; Jütte, K.; Kenneweg, H.; Koukal, T.; Martin, K.; Oehmichen, K.; Rüffer, O.; Sagischewski, H.; Seitz, R.; Straub, C.; Tintrup, G.; Waser, L.; Zielewska-Büttner, K., (2020):Oberflächenmodelle aus Luftbildern für forstliche Anwendungen. Leitfaden.  AFL 2020. WSL Ber. 87. 60 S.

Zielewska-Büttner, K., Heurich, M., Müller, J., Braunisch, V. (2020): Wieviel Totholz braucht der Dreizehenspecht? AFZ-Der Wald, 7, S. 36-40.

Braunisch, V., Werwie, F., Ballenthien, E. (2018): Lichtwaldarten-Förderung: Zielwerte für die Aspisviper im Südschwarzwald, FVA-Einblick 2/2018, S. 10-14.

Magg, N.; Winter, M.-B.; Hoschek, M.; Michiels, H.-G.; Braunisch, V. (2016): Das Waldzielartenkonzept von Baden-Württemberg, Veröffentlichungen Waldnaturschutz ForstBW. AFZ-DerWald 71 (6), S. 23-26.

Rupp, M., Werwie, F. (2016): Maßnahmen zum Erhalt lichter Wälder, AFZ-Der Wald (6/2016), S. 16-19.

Zielewska-Büttner, K., Adler, P., Peteresen, M., Braunisch, V. (2016). Parameters Influencing Forest Gap Detection Using Canopy Height Models Derived From Stereo Aerial Imagery. In: Kersten, T.P. (Ed.), 3. Wissenschaftlich-Technische Jahrestagung der DGPF. Dreiländertagung der DGPF, der OVG und der SGPF. Publikationen der DGPF, Bern, Schweiz, S. 405-416.

Werwie, F., Seebach, L., Braunisch, V. (2015): Aktueller Ausweisungsstand der PdF (dem Prozessschutz dienende Flächen) in Baden-Württemberg, standort.wald 49, S. 124-132.

Zielewska, K. (2012): Ips Typographus. Ein Katalysator für einen Waldstrukturenwandel. WSG Baden-Wurttemberg 15. FVA Freiburg. S. 19-40.

Zielewska, K., Aldinger. E. (2012): Bannwald „Wilder See-Hornisgrinde“ - eine durch den Borkenkafer getriebene Walddynamik. FVA-Einblick 1/2012. S. 12-15.

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