Veröffentlichungen

Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • van der Knaap WO, van Leeuwen JFN, Fahse L, Szidat S, Studer T, Baumann J, Heurich M, Tinner W (2019): Vegetation and disturbance history of the Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany.
    Vegetation History and Archaeobotany; https://doi.org/10.1007/s00334-019-00742-5
  • Morin X, Fahse L, Jactel H, Scherer-Lorenzen M, García-Valdés R, Bugmann H (2018) Long-term response of forest productivity to climate change is mostly driven by change in tree species composition. Scientific Reports 8:5627.

  • Fahse L, Papastefanou P, Otto M (2018) Estimating acute mortality of Lepidoptera caused by the cultivation of insect-resistant Bt maize – The LepiX model. Ecological Modelling 371:50-59.

  • Morin X, Fahse L, de Mazancourt C, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Bugmann H (2014) Temporal stability in forest productivity increases with tree diversity due to asynchrony in species dynamics. Ecology Letters 17: 1526–1535.

  • Lausch A, Heurich M, Fahse L (2013) Spatio-temporal infestation patterns of Ips typographus (L.) in the Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany. Ecological Indicators 31: 73–81.

  • Morin X, Fahse L, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Bugmann H (2011) Tree species richness promotes productivity in European temperate forests through a strong complementarity effect. Ecology Letters 14: 1211-1219.

  • Fahse L, Heurich M (2011) Simulation and analysis of outbreaks of bark beetle infestations and their management on a stand level. Ecological Modelling 222: 1833-1846.

  • Rammig A, Fahse L (2009) Simulating forest succession after blowdown events: The crucial role of space for a realistic management. Ecological Modelling 220: 3555-3564.

  • Eurich CW, Thiel A, Fahse L (2005) Distributed delays stabilize ecological feedback systems. Physical Review Letters 94, 158104.

  • Fahse L, Wissel C, Grimm V (1998) Reconciling classical and individual-based approaches in theoretical population ecology: A protocol for extracting population parameters from individual-based models. The American Naturalist 152(6):838-852.