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Peer-reviewed publications (*ISI listed)

[2017]

97 Mapping and analysing historical indicators of ecosystem services in Germany
A Dittrich, H von Wehrden, DJ Abson, B Bartkowski, AF Cord, P Fust,et al. (2017
Ecological Indicators 75, 101-110*

[2016]

96 Energy transitions and national development indicators: A global review of nuclear energy production F Gralla, DJ Abson, AP Møller, DJ Lang, H von Wehrden (2016) Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.*

95 The role of sustainability in nuclear energy plans—What do national energy strategies tell us? F Gralla, B John, DJ Abson, AP Møller, M Bickel, DJ Lang, H von Wehrden (2016)
Energy Research & Social Science 22, 94-106*

94 A review of ecosystem service benefits from wild bees across social contexts
DMS Matias, J Leventon, AL Rau, C Borgemeister, H von Wehrden (2016)
Ambio, 1-12*

93 The relationship between plant species richness and soil pH vanishes with increasing aridity across Eurasian dry grasslands. (2016) S Palpurina, V Wagner, H von Wehrden, M Hájek, M Horsák, A Brinkert, …Global Ecology and Biogeography*

92 Regional differences in soil pH niche among dry grassland plants in Eurasia
V Wagner, M Chytrý, D Zelený, H Wehrden, A Brinkert, J Danihelka, …(2016)
Oikos*

91 Molecular analyses and species distribution models indicate cryptic northern mountain refugia for a forest‐dwelling ground beetleC Drees, M Husemann, K Homburg, P Brandt, P Dieker, JC Habel, … H von Wehrden et al. (2016) Journal of Biogeography 43 (11), 2223-2236

90 Testing alien plant distribution and habitat invasibility in mountain ecosystems: growth form matters. MA Giorgis, AM Cingolani, PA Tecco, M Cabido, M Poca, H von Wehrden (2016) Biological Invasions, 1-12

89 Non-native populations of an invasive tree outperform their native conspecifics
H Hirsch, I Hensen, K Wesche, D Renison, C Wypior, M Hartmann, H von Wehrden (2016)
AoB Plants, plw071

88 Learning through evaluation–A tentative evaluative scheme for sustainability transition experiments C Luederitz, N Schäpke, A Wiek, DJ Lang, M Bergmann, JJ Bos, S Burch, H von Wehrden et al. (2016) Journal of Cleaner Production

87 Reviving wood-pastures for biodiversity and people: A case study from western Estonia
M Roellig, LME Sutcliffe, M Sammul, H von Wehrden, J Newig, J Fischer
Ambio 45 (2), 185-195

86 Leverage points for sustainability transformation. Abson DJ, Fischer J, Leventon J, Newig J, Schomerus T, Vilsmaier U, von Wehrden H, Abernethy P, Ives CD, Jager N, Lang DJ (2016) Ambio.

85 Sustainability and Ecosystems. von Wehrden H, von Oheimb G, Abson DJ, Härdtle W (2016) Sustainability Science, 61-70

84 A novel bioenergy feedstock in Latin America? Cultivation potential of Acrocomia aculeata under current and future climate conditions. Plath M, Moser C, Bailis R, Brandt P, Hirsch H, Klein AM, Walmsley D, von Wehrden H (2016). Biomass and Bioenergy 91, 186-195.*

83 Systematic student-driven literature reviews in sustainability science – an effective way to merge research and teaching. Luederitz C, Meyer M, Abson D A, Gralla F,  Lang D, Rau A L, von Wehrden H (2016). Journal of Cleaner Production

82    Cascades of green: A review of ecosystem-based adaptation in urban areas
Brink E, Aalders T, Ádám D, Feller R, Henselek Y, Hoffmann A, Ibe K, Matthey-Doret A, Meyer M, Negrut N L, Rau A-L, Riewerts B, von Schuckmann L, Törnros S, von Wehrden H, Abson D J, Wamsler C (2016) Global Environmental Change 36, 111-123.*

[2015]

81    Hanspach J, Loos J, Dorresteijn I, von Wehrden H, Moga C I & David A (2016) Functional diversity and trait composition of butterfly and bird communities in farmlands of Central Romania. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 1 (10), 1-8.

80    Partelow S, von Wehrden H & Horn O (2015) Pollution impacts on marine protected areas: A global assessment. Marine Pollution Bulletin.*

79    Luederitz C, Brink , Gralla F, Hermelingmeier V, Meyer M, Niven L, Panzer L, Partelow S, Rau A-L, Sasaki R, Abson D J, Lang D J, Wamsler C, von Wehrden H (2015) A review of urban ecosystem services: six key challenges for future research. Ecosystem Services.*

78    Dorresteijn I, Teixeira L, von Wehrden H, Loos J, Hanspach J, Stein J A R & Joern Fischer (2015) Landscape-scale conservation is needed to prevent biodiversity loss in traditional farming regions: the case of the Corncrake (Crex crex). Landscape Ecology.*

77    von Wehrden H, Schultner J, Abson D J (2015) A call for statistical editors in ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.*

76    Schaekermann J, Mandelik Y, Weiss N & von Wehrden H, Klein AM, (2015) Does vertebrate wildlife provide ecosystem dis-services mediated by natural habitat in Israel? Journal of Applied Ecology.*

75    DellaSala D, Brandt P, Koopman M, Leonard J, Meisch C, Herzog P, Alaback P, Goldstein M, Jovan S, Mackinnon A & von Wehrden H (2015) Climate Change may trigger broad shifts in North America’s Pacific coastal temperate rainforests. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences.

74    Loos J, Turtureanu P D, von Wehrden H, Hanspach J , Dorresteijn I, Frink J P & Fischer J (2015) Plant diversity in a changing agricultural landscape mosaic in Southern Transylvania (Romania). Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment.*

73    Huelsmann M, von Wehrden H, Klein A-M & Leonhardt S (2015) Plant diversity and composition compensate for negative effects of urbanization on bumblebees. Apidologie.*

72     Zimmermann H, Loos J, von Wehrden H & Fischer J (2015) Aliens in Transylvania: risk maps of invasive alien plant species in Central Romania. Neobiota.

71     Loos J, Hanspach J, von Wehrden H,  Moga CI & Fischer J (2015) Developing robust field survey protocols in landscape ecology: A case study on birds, plants and butterflies. Biodiversity and Conservation.*

70    Gralla F, Abson D, Møller AP, Lang DJ, Vilsmaier U, Sovacool BK & von Wehrden H (2015) Nuclear accidents call for transdisciplinary nuclear energy research. Sustainability Sciences.*

69    Hanspach J, Hartel T, Milcu A, Mikulcak F, Dorresteijn I, Loos J, von Wehrden H, Kuemmerle T, Abson D J, Kovács-Hostyánszki A, Báldi  A & Fischer F (2015) A holistic approach to studying social-ecological systems and its application to Southern Transylvania. Ecology and Society 19 (4): 32.*

A wordcloud of my publications

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[forthcoming(hopefully)] {last status update}

Gralla F, Abson D, Møller A P, Lang D & von Wehrden H (subm.) Data driven perspective on characteristics of nuclear and non-nuclear energy countries. {3.2.15}

von Wehrden H, Muenchow J & Wesche, K (re-subm.) Performance of standard ordination methods for dryland communities with low alpha and high beta diversity. {13.2.15}

Dittrich A, von Wehrden H, Abson D J, Bartkowski B, Cord A F, Fust P, Hoyer C, Kambach S, Meyer M A, Radzevičiūtė R, Romero M N , Seppelt R & Beckmann M (in prep.) Historical ecosystem services in traditional land-use systems.

von Wehrden H & Abson D (submitted) Ebola as an analogy for future sustainability challenges {25.11.2014}

Zirngibl A, von Wehrden H, Baumgärtner S and Abson D (in prep) Wealth of Nations and Wealth of Nature: What is the relationship between biodiversity, economic wealth, and individual well-being?

Lutz L, Lang D, von Wehrden H (submitted) Regional energy transition strategies: a typology of regions to foster the development of context specific transition strategies. {15.1.14}

Drees C, Brandt P, Dieker P, Habel J, Homburg K Husemann M, von Wehrden H, Zumstein P Assmann T (re-submitted) Phylogeography of a flightless cold-adapted ground beetle species from Central Europe. {16.1.2016}

Muenchow J, Kluge J & von Wehrden H (in prep.) Impact, Regional Bias and Species-Environment Relationships of Tropical Gradient Research: Synthetical Advice Towards Future Research and Joint Conservation Efforts.

Münchow J, Montero NA,  Rodríguez RA, Wesche K,  von Wehrden H & Richter M (in prep.) Measuring simulated effects of El Niño rainfalls and nitrogen on vegetation in the arid northwest of Peru.

Hirsch H, Kleindienst C, von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Renison D & Hensen I (in prep for re-sub) Molecular evidence for multiple introductions of invasive Siberian elms. {24.6.13}

Hirsch H, Zalapa J, Brunet J, von Wehrden H, Hartmann M, Schlautman B, Kosman E, Wesche K, Renison D & Hensen, I (re-submitted) Is the invasive Siberian elm a hybrid super villain? – A multi-continental survey. {3.06.14}

Pufal G, von Wehrden H & Klein A (in prep.) Public environmental studies demand both natural and social sciences.

Hirsch H, Hensen I,  Wesche K, Renison D, Wypior C, Hartmann M & von Wehrden H (in prep.) Evolution of an invasive tree: non-native Siberian elms outperform native provenances.

von Wehrden H, Schönbrodt M, Wagner V, Hensen I, Stordeur R, Thiemann, R & Wesche K (in prep) Rapid increase of lichens following air quality improvement in an industrial City of East Germany.

Dieker P, Drees C, von Wehrden H & Aßmann T (in prep.) A high mountain burnet moth species calls for very low grazing intensities.

Dieker P,  Schmitt T, Blume-Werry G, Drees C, Rödder D, von Wehrden H & Aßmann T (submitted) Will global warming trigger loss of genetic variability of an arctic-alpine burnet moth species in southern European high mountain ranges?

Dieker, P Aßmann T & von Wehrden H (in prep) Modelling habitat suitability of alpine burnet moth species in heterogeneous environments revealed challenges for conservation.

[2014]

68    von Wehrden H, von Oheimb G, Abson D J & Härdtle W (in print) Sustainability and ecosystems. Bock Chapter in Heinrichs H & Michelsen G: Sustainability Science.

67     Schaekermann J, Weiss N, von Wehrden H & Klein A M (2014) High trees increase sunflower seed predation by birds in an agricultural landscape of Israel. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.*

66    Dorresteijn, I, Hanspach J, Kecskés A, Latková H, Mezey Z, Sugár S, von Wehrden H & Fischer J (2014) Human-carnivore coexistence in a traditional rural landscape. Landscape ecology.*

65    Schindler S, von Wehrden H, Poirazidis K, Hochachka WM, Wrbka T & Kati V (2014) Performance of methods to select landscape metrics for modelling species richness. Ecological Modeling 10, 107-112.*

64    Li Y, Härdtle W, Bruelheide H, Nadrowski K, Scholten T, von Wehrden H & von Oheimb G (2014) Site and neighborhood effects on growth of tree saplings in subtropical plantations (China). Forrest Ecology and Management 327, 118-127.*

63    von Wehrden H, Abson D, Beckmann M, Cord A, Klotz S & Seppelt R (2014) Realigning the land-sharing/land-sparing debate to match conservation needs: considering diversity scales and land-use history. Landscape Ecology.*

62    von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Oyundari C & Fust P (in print) Trends in cashmere production and declines of large wild mammals are correlated yet not causally linked – a reply to Berger et al. 2013. Conservation Biology.*

61    Dieker P, Taboada A & von Wehrden H (2014) Habitat suitability models in conservation planning – a short introduction. In Jewels in the Mist. Edited by Habel J, Meyer M & Schmitt T.

60    Zimmermann H, von Wehrden H, Brandt P, Welk, E & Fischer J (2014) The Human Release Hypothesis for biological invasions: human activity as a determinant of the abundance of invasive species. F1000 http://f1000research.com/articles/3-109/v1.*

59    Abson DJ, von Wehrden H, Baumgärtner S, Fischer J, Hanspach J,  Härdtle W, Heinrichs H, Klein AM, Lang DJ, Martens P, Walmsley D (2014) Ecosystem services as a boundary object for sustainability. Ecological Economics 103, p29-37.*

58    Beckmann M, Václavík T, Manceur A, Šprtová L, von Wehrden H, Welk E & Cord A F (early online) glUV: A global UV-B radiation dataset for macroecological studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5, 372-383.*

57    Roellig M, Dorresteijn I, von Wehrden H, Hartel T & Fischer J (2014) Bear activity in traditional wood-pastures in southern Transylvania, Romania. Ursus 25(1):43-52.*

56    Gralla F, Abson D, Møller A P, Lang D & von Wehrden H (early online) The impact of nuclear accidents on provisioning ecosystem services. Ecological Indicators 41, 1-14.*

55    Batsaikhan N, Buuveibaatar N, Chimed-Ochir B, Enkhtuya O, Galbrakh D, Ganbaatar O, Lhagvasuren B, Nandintsetseg D, Berger J,, Calabrese JM, Edwards AE,  Fagan WF,  Fuller TF, Heiner M,  Ito TY, Kaczensky P, Leimgruber P, Lushchekina A, Milner-Gulland EJ, Mueller T, Murray MG, Olson KA, Reading R,  Schaller GB, Stubbe A, Stubbe M, Walzer C, von Wehrden H & Whitten T (2014) Crossing a new line: conserving the world’s finest grassland amidst ambitious national development. Conservation Biology DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12297.*

54    Li Y, Hess C, von Wehrden H, Härdtle W & von Oheimb G (2014) Structural analyses of young tree plantations using terrestrial laser scanning. Annals of Forest Science 71, 453-462.*

53    Fischer J, Abson D, Butsic V, Chappell M, Ekroos J, Hanspach J, Kuemmerle T, Smith H & von Wehrden H (2014) Land sparing versus land sharing: moving forward. Conservation Letters 7, 149–157.*

52    Brandt P, Abson D, DellaSala D, Feller R & von Wehrden H (2014) Multifunctionality and biodiversity: ecosystem services in temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest, USA. Biological Conservation 169, 362-371.*

51    Kaczensky P, Adiya Y, von Wehrden H, Mijiddorj B, Walzer C, Güthlin D, Ebkhbileg D, Reading R P (2014) Space and habitat use by wild Bactrian camels in the Transaltai Gobi of southern Mongolia. Biological Conservation 169(100):311-318.*

50    Lang D J, von Wehrden H & Rhode H (2014) Methoden und Methodologie in den Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaften. In: Michelsen G & Heinrichs H: Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaften, 115-144.

[2013]

49    Heiner M, Yunden B, Kiesecker J, Davaa G, Ganbaatar M, Ichinkhorloo O, von Wehrden H, Reading R, Olson K, Jackson R, Evans J, McKenney B, Oakleaf J, Sochi K & Oidov E (2013) Identifying Conservation Priorities
in the Face of Future Development: Applying Development by Design in the Mongolian Gobi. Report available at http://s3.amazonaws.com/DevByDesign-Web/MappingApps/Gobi/demo/gobi.html

48    Börschig C, Klein A-M, von Wehrden H & Krauss J (2013) Traits of butterfly communities change from specialist to generalist characteristics with increasing land-use intensity. Basic and Applied Ecology.*

47    Muenchow J, von Wehrden H, Rodriguez R A, Arisméndiz  F B, Bayer F & Richter M (2013) Woody Vegetation of a Peruvian tropical dry forest along a humidity Gradient depends more on Soil than annual precipitation. Erdkunde.*

46    Taboada A, von Wehrden H, Assmann T (2013) Modelling life-stage niches to address effective species conservation at a fine spatial scale. PLOSone.*

45    Krause RH, von Wehrden H, Härdtle W, Schuldt A & Assmann T (2013) Stenotypy and Eurytopy–Distribution Models as a Tool for Estimating Niche Overlap in two Spider species, Trochosa terricola and Eresus kollari (Araneae: Lycosidae/Eresidae). Entomologia Generalis 34 (3), 169-180.*

44    Hartel T, Dorresteijn I, Kleijn C, Mathe O, Moga C I, Ollerer K, Roellig M, von Wehrden H & Fischer J (2013) Wood-pastures in a traditional rural region of Eastern Europe: characteristics, biodiversity and threats. Biological Conservation.*

43    Muenchow J, Hauenstein S, Bräuning A, Bäumler R, Rodríguez R A, von Wehrden H, (2013) Soil texture and altitude widely determine the floristic gradient of the most diverse fog oasis, Peruvian desert. Journal of Tropical Ecology*

42     Luederitz, C, Lang D & von Wehrden H (2013) A systematic review of guiding principles for sustainable urban neighborhood development. Landscape and Urban Planning.*

41    Dorresteijn I, Hartel T, Hanspach J, von Wehrden H & Fischer J (2013) The conservation value of traditional rural landscapes: the case of woodpeckers in Transylvania, Romania. PLOSone DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0065236.*

40    Schindler S, von Wehrden H, Poirazidis K, Wrbka T & Kati V (2013) Multiscale performance of landscape metrics as indicators of species richness of plants, insects and vertebrates. Ecological Indicators  pdf

39    Brandt P, Ernst A, Gralla F, Luederitz C, Lang DJ, Newig J, Reinert F, Abson, DJ & von Wehrden H (2013) A review of transdisciplinary research in sustainability science. Ecological Economics 92, p. 1-15.*

38    Muenchow J, Bräuning A, Rodríguez E F, von Wehrden H (2013) Predictive mapping of Species Richness and Plant Species’ distributions of a Peruvian Fog Oasis along an altitudinal gradient during La Niña. Biotropica 45, 557–566.*

37    Hartel T & von Wehrden H (2013) Farmed areas predict the distribution of amphibian ponds in a traditional rural landscape. PLOSone DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0063649.*

36    Saqib Z, Malik RN, von Wehrden H (2013) Landcover dynamics in relation to western Tragopan occurrence in Pakistan: A regional assessment. Pakistan Journal of Botany 45, 551-559.*

35    Muenchow J, Feilhauer H, Rodríguez E F, Bayer F, Rodriguez RA & von Wehrden H (2013) Coupling ordination techniques and GAM to spatially predict vegetation assemblages along a climatic gradient in an ENSO-affected region of extremely high climate variability. Journal of Vegetation Science 24, 1154–1166.*

[2012]

34    Hirsch H, Wypior C, von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Renison D & Hensen I (2012) Comparison on the germination performance of native and invasive Siberian elm populations. Neobiota 15, 53-68.*

33    Shin-ichiro, MS, von Wehrden H, Møller AP and Takamura N (2012) Fukushima disaster causes indirect threat to lake ecosystems in Central Japan. Frontiers in Ecology & the Environment.*

32    Beckmann M & von Wehrden H (2012) Where you search is what you get: Literature mining – Google Scholar vS ISI using a dataset from a literature search in vegetation science. Journal of Vegetation Science.*

31    Zimmermann H, von Wehrden H, Renison D, Wesche K, Welk E, Damaskos M and Hensen I (2012) Shrub management explains differing population size between native and invasive Rosa rubiginosa populations. Biological invasions.*

30    von Wehrden H, Fischer J, Brandt P, Wagner V, Kümmerer K, Kuemmerle T, Nagel A, Olsson O, & Hostert P (2012) The ecological consequences of nuclear accidents. Conservation Letters 5, 81-89.*

39    von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Kaczensky P, Fischer, J and Wesche K (2012) Testing the global validity of the non- equilibrium paradigm by evaluating field studies against a common climatic data base. Ecological Applications 22, 393-399.*

28    Lang A, Härdtle W, Baruffol M, Böhnke M Bruehlheide H, Schmid B, von Wehrden H & von Oheimb G (2012): Mechanisms promoting tree species coexistence:Experimental evidence with saplings of subtropical forest ecosystems of China. Journal of Vegetation Science.*

27    Loos J, Dang N K, von Wehrden H & Ziegler T (2012) Niche segregation in microhabitat use of three sympatric Cyrtodactylus in the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Central Vietnam. Herpetological Conservation and Biology.*

26    Lang A, Härdtle W, Bruehlheide H, Kröber W, Schröter M, von Wehrden H & von Oheimb G (2012) Horizontal, but not vertical canopy structure is related to stand functional diversity in a subtropical slope forest. Ecological Research 27, 181-189.*

[2011]

25    Fischer J, Batary P, Brussaard L, Chappell M J,Clough Y, Daily G C, Dorrough J, Hartel T, Jackson L E, Klein A M, Kremen K, Kuemmerle T, Lindenmayer D B, Perfecto I, Philpott S M, Tscharntke T, Vandermeer J, Wanger T C, von Wehrden H (2011) Land sparing is a simplistic solution for a complex problem. Science (letter) 334, 593.*

24    Hensen I, Teich, I, Hirsch H, von Wehrden H & Renison D (early online) Range-wide genetic structure and diversity of the endemic treeline species Polylepis australis (Rosaceae) in Argentina. American Journal of Botany 98, 1825-1833.*

23    Zimmermann H, von Wehrden H, Damascos M, Bran D, Welk E, Renison D & Hensen I (2011) Risk assessment of habitat invasibility based on Landsat 5 data exemplified by the shrub Rosa rubiginosa in southern Argentina. Austral Ecology 37, 870-880.

22    Heklau H & von Wehrden H (2011) Woody anatomical traits of Krascheninnikovia ceratoides reflecting the distribution in steppes or semi- deserts in Eurasia and Western North America. Flora 206, 300-309.

21    Wagner V, von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Fedulin A, Sidorova T & Hensen I (2011): Similar performance in peripheral and central populations of Stipa capillata L despite a different climate and soil pH. Ecography 34, 498-506.

20    Wesche K, Walther D, von Wehrden H & Hensen I (2011) Trees in the desert: Reproduction and genetic structure of fragmented Ulmus pumila forests in Mongolian drylands. Flora 206, 91-99.

19    Jandt U, von Wehrden H & Bruelheide H (2011) Exploring large vegetation databases to detect temporal trends in species occurrences. Journal of Vegetation Science 22, 957-972 (Mentioned in the Editor awards for 2011).

18    Wesche K & von Wehrden H (2011) Surveying Southern Mongolia: application of multivariate classification methods in environments with low with low diversity and long floristic gradients. Applied Vegetation Science 14, 561-570.

17    Hirsch H, Zimmermann H, Ritz,C R, Wissemann V, von Wehrden H, Renison D, Wesche K, Welk E, & Hensen I (2011) Tracking the origin of invasive Rosa rubiginosa in Argentina. International Journal of Plant Sciences 172, 530-540.

[2010]

16    Miehe S, Kluge J, von Wehrden H & Retzer V (2010) Desertification in the Sahel –  back to the ground:  Long- term degradation of a Sahelian grassland detected after 27 years of field study in Senegal. Journal of Applied Ecology 47, 692-700.

15    von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Ronnenberg K & Wesche K (2010) Inter- annual precipitation variability in Central Asia – a contribution to the discussion on the importance of environmental stochasticity in drylands. Journal of Arid Environments 74, 1212-1215.

14    Illera J C, von Wehrden H & Wehner J (2010) Nest site selection and the effects of land use on the distribution of an endemic oceanic passerine. Journal of Arid Environments 74, 1408-1412.

[2009]

13    von Wehrden H, Wesche K & Miehe, G (2009) Plant communities of the southern Mongolian Gobi. Phytocoenologia, 39 (3), 331-376.

12    von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Bruelheide H & Wesche K (2009) Pluralism and diversity – trends in the use and application of ordination methods 1990-2007. Journal of Vegetation Sciences 20, 4, P 695-705 (one of the Top downloaded paper in 2011, 2012 & 2013).

11    von Wehrden H & Zimmermann H (2009) Plant communities of the Dund Sayhan peak region, southern Mongolia. Candollea, 64, 49-67.

10    von Wehrden H, Zimmermann H, Hanspach J, Ronnenberg K & Wesche K (2009) Predictive mapping of plant species and communities by using GIS and Landsat data in a southern Mongolian mountain range. Folia Geobotanica 44, 211-225.

[2008]

9    Kakzensky P Ganbaatar O, von Wehrden H & Walzer C (2008) Resource selection by sympatric wild equids in the Mongolian Gobi. Journal of Applied Ecology 45, 1762-1769.

8    von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2008) Mapping the vegetation of southern Mongolian protected areas: application of GIS and remote sensing techniques. Arid Ecosystems 13, 33-34, P 136-145.

7    von Wehrden H (2008) The Giant Hummingbird (Patagona gigas) in the Mountains of Central Argentina and a Climatic Envelope Model for its Distribution. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 120, 4: 648-651.

[2007]

6    von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2007) Relationships between climate, productivity and vegetation in southern Mongolian drylands Basic and Applied Dryland Research 2: 100-120.

5    Kaczensky P, Ganbaatar O, von Wehrden H, Enksaikhan N, Lkhagvasuren D & Walzer C (2007) Przewalski horse re- introduction in the Great Gobi B SPA – from species to ecosystem conservation. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences, 5, 13-18.

[2006]

4    von Wehrden H, Tungalag & Wesche K (2006) Plant communities of the Great Gobi B Special Protected Area in south- western Mongolia. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 4(1): 3-17.

3    von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Reudenbach C & Miehe G (2006) Mapping of large- scale vegetation pattern in southern Mongolian semi- deserts – an application of  LANDSAT 7 data. Erdkunde 60/3: 261-272.

2    von Wehrden H, Wesche K & Hilbig W (2006) Plant communities of the Mongolian Transaltay Gobi. Feddes Repertorium 7-8: 526-570.

[2005]

1    Wesche K, Jäger E, von Wehrden H & Undrakh R (2005) Status and distribution of four endemic vascular plants in the Gobi Altai. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 3: 3-11.

Book contributions

Schindler S, Poirazidis K, Papageorgiou A, Kalivas D, von Wehrden H & Kati V (2010) Landscape approaches and GIS as a prerequisite for biodiversity management in a Mediterranean forest landscape. In: Andel J, Bicik I, Dostal P, Lipsky Z, Shahneshin SG (eds), Landscape modelling: geographical space, transformation and future scenarios, Urban and Landscape Perspectives Series, VoL 8, Springer-Verlag, pP 207-220.

DellaSala D, Alaback P, Spribille T & von Wehrden H (2010) Chapter 1: Just what is a temperate rainforest? In: D A DellaSala (eD) Temperate and boreal rainforests of the world: ecology and conservation. Island Press (2010).

DellaSala A, Alaback P, Kirkpatrick J, Paquet P, von Wehrden H, Techlin D, Krestov P, Noss R, Hakon H, Craighead L, Nakamura Y, Moola F, Nauman R & Spribille T (2010) Chapter 10: Rainforests At The Brink: A Call For International Action. In: D A DellaSala (eD) Temperate and boreal rainforests of the world: ecology and conservation. Island Press (2010).

Stubbe M, Stubbe A, Batsajchan N Gombobataar S Stenzel T, von Wehrden H, Boldbaatar SH, Nyambayar B, Sumjaa D, Samjaa D, Ceveenmjadag N & Bold A (2010) Brutareale und Brutbiologie der Greifvogelarten der MongoleI Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia, Vol 11.

Wesche K, Assefa Y, von Wehrden H 2008. Temperate Grassland Region: Equatorial Africa (high altitude). In: Peart, B Life in a Working Landscape: Towards a Conservation Strategy for the World’s Temperate Grasslands – Compendium of Regional Templates on the Status of Temperate GrasslandS Conservation and Protection. IUCN / WCPA Temperate Grasslands Conservation Initiative, Vancouver: 5-21. (wwWsrcEcom/files/App_2_Comp_of_Regional_Grassland_TemplateSpdf)

Stubbe A, Stubbe M, von Wehrden H, Batsajchan N & Samjaa R (2007) Biodiversity in space and time – towards a grid mapping for Mongolia. Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia 10: 391-406.

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2007) Mapping Khulan habitats – a GIS- based  approach. Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia 10: 31-44.

von Wehrden H (2005) Vegetation mapping in the Gobi Gurvan Saykhan National Park and the Great Gobi B Special Protected Area – a comparison of first results. Exploration into the biological resources of Mongolia 9: 225-236.

conference proceedings and presentations (selected):

[2011]

Assmann T, Brandt P, Dieker P, Drees C, Schaefer K, Schuldt A & von Wehrden H (2011) Global change biology of ground beetles: Insights from wingless species in mountains.

[2010]

Gräber R & von Wehrden H (2010) Habitatnutzung von Rotwild im östlichen Niedersachsen-Einfluss von Strassen auf die Streifgebiete. Poster at the Rotwildsymposium Munich.

Hirsch H, von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Renison D & Hensen I (2010) Invasion success of Ulmus pumila L in North America and Argentina: environment or adaptation? Poster at the Neobiota, Copenhagen.

Zimmermann H, von Wehrden H, Hirsch H, Samascos M, Bran D, Welk E, Renison D, Wesche K, Ritz C, Wissemann V & Hensen H (2010) Rosa rubinosa invades various habitat types and climates throughout Argentina despite highly reduced genetic diversity. Talk at the Neobiota, Copenhagen

Wesche K, Ronnenberg K & von Wehrden H (2010). Unexpected effects of water and nutrient addition on dry steppes in southern Mongolia. – Talk at the conference “Ecological consequences of biosphere processes in the ecotone zone of southern Siberia and Central Asia”, Ulaanbaatar 6-8.9.2010.

Wesche K, Ronnenberg K & von Wehrden H (2010). Unexpected effects of water and nutrient addition on dry steppes in southern Mongolia. – Talk at the conference “Eurasian steppes: Status, threats and adaptation to climate change”, Hustai National Park 9-12.9.2010.

Wesche K, von Wehrden H & Kaczensky P (2010) Modelling livestock numbers in the Gobi desert: responses to variation in climate and productivity. Talks at the GFÖ, Giessen.

Treiber J, von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Kluge J & Wesche K (2010) Plant biodiversity and phylogenetic diversity patterns of the southern Mongolian GobI Poster at the GFÖ, Giessen.

von Wehrden H (2010) Upscaling from Mongolian drylands towards a global perspective. Talk at the University of Marburg.

von Wehrden H (2010) Towards a global database of dryland literature – first thoughts and pitfalls. Talk at the University of Potsdam.

[2009]

von Wehrden H (2009) Conservation of a vast arid ecosystem – Habitat mapping and modelling in southern Mongolia. Talk at the University of Bayreuth.

von Wehrden H, Wehner J, Hanspach J, Illera J C, Kluge J & Wesche K (2009) Avian biodiversity patterns and Wallace lines in Macaronesian Islands. Talk at the GFÖ conference 2009, 14-18.9.09, Bayreuth, session D6.

Hirsch H, Zimmermann H, von Wehrden H, Renison D, Ritz C, Wissemann V, Wesche K, Welk E & Hensen I (2009) Rosa rubiginosa L (Rosaceae) invasion in Argentina: European origin and potential progression. Talk at the GFÖ conference 2009, 14-18.9.09, Bayreuth, session D3.

Zimmermann H, von Wehrden H, Damascos M A, Bran D,  Svriz M, Klein S, Hensen I (2009) Risk assessment of habitat invasibility in Patagonia, Argentina. Poster at the GFÖ conference 2009, 14-18.9.09, Bayreuth, session C4.

von Wehrden H, Linstädter A, Hanspach J, Treiber J, Wesche K (2009) Extreme events and rangeland health – a literature based overview. Poster at the GFÖ conference 2009, 14-18.9.09, Bayreuth, session D1.

Hanspach J, von Wehrden H, Renison D, Coutiers C, Marcora P, Cingolani A, Hensen I (2009) Simulating the reforestation of Polylepis australis mountain woodlands in the Quebrada del Condorito National park (Sierras Grandes, Argentina). Poster at the GFÖ conference 2009, 14-18.9.09, Bayreuth, session D6.

Teich I, Hirsch H, Renison D, von Wehrden H, Hensen I (2009) Genetic structure of endemic Polylepis australis BitT tree populations in Argentina. Poster at the GFÖ conference 2009, 14-18.9.09, Bayreuth, session E2.

von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Treiber J, Zimmermann H, Ronnenberg K & Wesche K (2009 Dry meadows in the Gobi Altay: Communities, gradients, biogeography and trait patterns. Talk at the dry- meadow conference in Halle, 1. September.

Wesche K, Ronnenberg K & von Wehrden H (2009) Grazing effects on vegetation under non- equilibrium conditions – a view from Central Asia. Sino- German Tibetan Rangeland Ecosystem Research Symposium, 20. – 26.7.09, Lanzhou, China.

Hirsch H, Zimmermann H, von Wehrden H, Renison D, Ritz C, Hensen I (2009) Where is the European origin of the Rosa rubiginosa, (Rosaceae) invasion in Argentina. Poster at the PopBio conference. 21-24. May 2009, Bern, Switzerland.

Bruelheide H, von Wehrden H, Hanspach J & Wesche K (2009) Of fashion in vegetation science: How did the use of different ordination methods change between 1990 and 2007? Talk at the IAVS, Crete.

von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Zimmermann H, Ronnenberg K & Wesche K (2009) Modelling plant distribution in the Gobi Altay: Influence of local topography and overall distribution range. Talk at the AK Biogeography, Bayreuth.

Wesche K, von Wehrden H, Bruelheide H & Hanspach J (2009) Trends in the use and application of ordination methods 1990-2007. Talk at the database conference, Greifwald.

Schindler S,  Kati V, von Wehrden H, Wrbka T & Poirazidis K (2009) Testing functional groups and structural indicators as predictors of biodiversitY Second DIVERSITAS Open Science Conference – Biodiversity and society: understanding connections, adapting to change. 13-16 Oct 2009, Cape Town, South Africa.

[2008]

von Wehrden H (2008): Anwendung von multivariater Statistik in der Ornithologie. Vortrag auf der 18. Jahrestagung und Mitgliederversammlung 2008 – Ornithologenverband Sachsen- Anhalt e.v. (OSA).

von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Kaczensky P & Wesche K (2008) The non- equilibrium theory – a comparison between existing data and a new climate data set. Talk at the annual GfÖ-meeting 2008: “Biodiversity in an Ecosystem Context” 15.-19. September 2008 in Leipzig.

von Wehrden H, Hanspach J & Wesche K (2008) Predictive mapping of plant species based on climatic and remote sensing derived predictors – a drylands perspective from southern Mongolia. Poster at the annual GfÖ-meeting 2008: “Biodiversity in an Ecosystem Context” 15.-19. September 2008 in Leipzig.

Schindler S, Kati V, Poirazidis K & von Wehrden H (2008) The performance of landscape structure variables as predictors of biodiversitY Testing the effect of scale, method of composition sets and taxon under concern. Talk at the Landscape Ecology International Conference Chengdu, China 16-22 september.

Wesche K, Assefa Y & von Wehrden H (2008) Temperate Grassland Region: High mountain grasslands of equatorial AfricA Regional Summary Template. Talk at the Temperate Grasslands Conservation Initiative Meeting Hohhot China Meeting June 28-29, 2008.

Kaczensky P, Ganbaatar O, von Wehrden H, Enksaikhan N, Lkhagvasuren D & Walzer C (2008) Przewalski horse re- introduction in the Great Gobi B SPA – from species to ecosystem conservatioN Fundamental and Applied Issues of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Conference for 20th Anniversary of the Department of Ecology, Faculty of Biology, National University of Mongolia

von Wehrden H, Hanspach J, Bruelheide H & Wesche K (2008) Of arches, horseshoes and unheard methodological advice: How popular are different ordination methods in vegetation science. Talk at the university of Cordoba, 25. March.

von Wehrden H, Walzer, C & Kaczensky P (2008) Conservation of a vast arid ecosystem – Habitat mapping and modelling in southern Mongolia. Talk at the INTA Bariloche, 29, February.

Wesche K, von Wehrden H & Hanspach J (2008) Klimatischer Hintergrund, Vorstellung des Phänomens zeitlicher Variabilität, globale Verteilung von Trockengebieten mit stark schwankenden NiederschlägeN Conference: Beweidungsökologie und –Management in Trockengebieten 2.-3. Februar 2008 (Leipzig).

[2007]

von Wehrden H (2007): Results, perspectives Gobi, Mongolia, plants, posture, grazers – climate change. Internal talk at the FIWI (4.1.2.07).

Kaczensky P, Ganbataar O, von Wehrden H, Walzer C (2007): Niche separation of two native Asian Equids: the Przewalski‘s horse and the Asiatic wild ass in the Gobi areas of SW MongoliA In: East, M L, Hofer, H (eds.): 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. Berlin, Deutschland, p 119.

von Wehrden H & Hellmich J (2007). Mapping the display sites of Chlamydotis undulata fuerteventurae based on Landsat and GIS Talk at the GFOE, Symposium 13 (12.9.07).

von Wehrden H, Zimmermann H, Hanspach J, Ronnenberg K & Wesche K (2007). Predicting the occurrence of plant species and communities in an arid southern Mongolian mountain range. In: Becker, U (HrsG): Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Band 37. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Marburg, Deutschland, 10.-14.09.2007.

von Wehrden H (2007) Posibles aplicaciones de la geografía a la conservación: introducción y ejemplos de proyectos en Mongolia y en las islas Canarias. Talk at the University of Córdoba, Argentina (9.4.07).

Wesche K, Ronnenberg K & von Wehrden H (2007) Ecology of Central Asian desert steppes – Where do we stand? Vortrag auf der Sitzung des AK Wüstenökologie, Leipzig (23.3.2007).

Hanspach J, Zimmermann Z, Ronnenberg K & von Wehrden H (2007) Predicting plant species and communities in a southern Mongolian mountain range. Talk at the conference “Vegetationsaufnahme und Florenkartierung – neue Perspektiven, gemeinsame Wege” Bonn, 28.2.-2.3.2007.

[2006]

Stubbe M, Stubbe A, von Wehrden H, Batsajchan N & Samjaa R (2006) Biodiversität in Raum und Zeit. Talk at the “III Deutsch- Mongolisches Expertentreffen für biologische Forschung in ariden Gebieten der Mongolei”.

von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Kaczensky P & Walzer C (2006) Habitat mapping of the Bactrian Camel (Camelus bactrianus) in southern Mongolia. Poster at the international Workshop on conservation and managment of the wild bactrian cameL Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 12-14 October, 2006.

Tsolmon A & von Wehrden H (2006) Habitat mapping of the Wild Bactrian Camel (Camelus bactrianus ferus) in southern MongoliA Proceedings “International Workshop on conservation and managment of the wild bactrian camel”. Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 12-14 October, 2006, pP 59-60.

Wesche K, von Wehrden H & Ronnenberg K (2006) Spatial and temporal variability in plant communities of Mongolian drylands. In: Jiang Pingan, Yu Xinxiao, S-W Breckle, Gao Jiaron, M Veste (eds.) Proceedings of the workshop on “Biodiversity and its role for ecosystem functioning and services in drylands”, Urumqi, China, 3.-10.10.2006

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2006) Mapping the vegetation of southern Mongolian protected areas: application of GIS and remote sensing techniques. Extended report for the conference: Ecosystems of Mongolia and frontier regions of the adjacent countries: natural resources, biodiversity, and ecological prospects.

von Wehrden H &Tsolmon A (2006) Vegetation mapping of the ‘Great Gobi A’ strictly protected area. Paper (and talk) for the conference volume of the 2nd International Conference on Land cover /Land use study using Remote Sensing and Geographic  Information System and GOFC- GOLD regional capacity building meeting in Mongolia (8-9th June 2006)

von Wehrden H, Wesche K, Kaczensky P & Walzer C (2006) Habitat mapping of the Asiatic Wild Ass (Equus hemionus) in southern Mongolia. Poster at the 2nd International Conference on Land cover /Land use study using Remote Sensing and Geographic  Information System and GOFC- GOLD regional capacity building meeting in Mongolia (8-9th June 2006)

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2006) Khulan protection in southern Mongolia – understanding and mapping of a desert habitat. Oral presentation at the Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria.

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2006) Habitat mapping of the Asiatic Wild Ass (Equus hemionus hemionus) in southern Mongolia. Poster at the international conference on remote sensing, Ulaan Bataar.

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2006) El sur de Mongolia – una corta introducción. Oral presentation at the Uni. Cordoba, Argentinien, 23.2.2006.

[2005]

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2005) Mapping the vegetation of southern Mongolian protected areas: an application of GIS and remote sensing techniqueS In: C Dorjsuren, N I Dorofeyuk, P D Gunin, Y I Drobyshev, S N Bazha & L F Vasilieva (eds.) Ecosystems of Mongolia and frontier areas of adjacent countries: natural resources, biodiversity and ecological prospects: Proceedings of the International Conference. Ulaanbaatar, pP 232-234.

von Wehrden H, Tsolmon A, Zimmermann H & Tuvshin (2005) Short summary of our fieldwork undertaken during summer 2005. Oral presentation at the State University of Ulaanbataar.

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2005) Mapping the vegetation of southern Mongolian protected areas: application of GIS and remote sensing techniques. Oral presentation at the International conference “Ecosystems of Mongolia and frontier Areas of adjacent countries: natural resources, biodiversity and ecological prospects”, Ulaanbaatar.

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2005) Conservation of Equus hemionus hemionus in southern Mongolia: A GIS- based approacH Oral presentation at the international “Asiatic Wild Ass Conference”, Ulaanbaatar.

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2005) Phytosociological data as ground truth for vegetation mapping in southern Mongolia. Oral presentation “WorkshopVegetationsdatenbanken”, Halle.

von Wehrden H  (2005) Vegetation mapping in the Gobi Gurvan Saykhan National Park and the Great GobiB Strictly Protected Area – a comparison of first resultS Oral presentation at the international workshop “Ecosystem research in the arid environments of Central Asia: Results, challenges, perspectives “, Ulaanbaatar.

[2004]

Kaczensky P, Enkhsaikhan N, Ganbaatar O, Samjaa R, von Wehrden H & Walzer C (2004) Takhis, khulans, wolves and vegetation- an ecosystem approach for Takhi conservation International workshop on the reintroduction of the Przewalski’s horse. Takhin Tal, Mongolia.

Kaczensky P, Enkhsaihan N, Ganbaatar O, Samjaa R, von Wehrden H & Walzer C (2004). Takhis, khulans, wolves and vegetation – an ecosystem approach for takhi conservation. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 2(2): 60 (in English with a Mongolian summary).

[2002]

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2002) Mapping of large- scale vegetation pattern in southern Mongolian semi- deserts – an application of LANDSAT 7 data. – Poster on the meeting of the “AK Wüstenökologie der Gesellschaft für Ökologie”, Rauischholzhausen, Univ GiesseN

von Wehrden H & Wesche K (2002) Mapping of large- scale vegetation pattern in southern Mongolian semi- deserts – an application of  LANDSAT 7 data. Poster at the “Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie” (eds T Peschel, J Mrzljak & G Wiegleb), Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie Band 32: 177. TU Cottbus, Cottbus.

reports:

Wesche K & von Wehrden H (2001) Interim report: Mapping of vegetation units of the Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park. Martin- Luther University Halle Wittenberg, Halle.

Wesche K & von Wehrden H (2002) Vegetation types of the Gobi Gurvan Saikhan National Park (South Gobi Aimag, Mongolia) – Classification and spatial distribution. gtz – Buffer Zone Development Project, Ulaan Bataar.

von Wehrden H (2003) Mapping of vegetation units of the Great Gobi B National ParK University of Marburg, Marburg. Interim report for the Przewalski- horse project (www.takhi.org)

von Wehrden H & Tungalag R (2004) Mapping of vegetation units of the Great Gobi B National ParK University of Halle, Marburg. Final report for the Przewalski- horse project (www.takhi.org)

von Wehrden H, Tsolmon A, Appel K, & Rüthrich F (2005) Interim Report for the administration of the Great Gobi A strictly protected areA Martin- Luther University Halle Wittenberg, Halle.

Wesche K, von Wehrden H, Ronnenberg K & Tuvshin A (2006) Monitoring of grazing exclosures and other activities by the Gobi Gurvan Saykhan Research Project in 2005 and 2006. Interim Report, Martin- Luther University Halle Wittenberg, Halle.