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Publications

Here you will find all publications that originated within the research group of Prof. Wolters. Additional publications of our group members that originated in other research groups may be found on the personal pages in the staff section.

 

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  • 2019

    • Baulechner D, Diekötter T, Wolters V, Jauker F (2019) Converting arable land into flowering fields changes functional and phylogenetic community structure in ground beetles. Biological Conservation 231, 51‐58. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2019.01.005*
    • Früh‐Müller A, Bach M, Breuer L, Hotes S, Koellner T, Krippes C, Wolters V (2019) The use of agri‐environmental measures to address environmental pressures in Germany: spatial mismatches and options for improvement. Land Use Policy 84, 347‐362. DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.10.049*
    • Hoffmann US, Jauker F, Diehl E, Mader V, Wolters V, Diekötter T (2019) Sown wildflower strips represent hunting grounds for the solitary Trypoxylon wasps if embedded in a grassland matrix. Journal of Insect Conservation. Online first. DOI: 10.1007/s10841‐019‐00190‐6*
    • Jauker F, Jauker B, Grass I, Steffan‐Dewenter I, Wolters V (2019) Partitioning wild bee and hoverfly contributions to plant‐pollinator network structure in fragmented habitats. Ecology 100. UNSP e02569. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2569*
    • John K, Degtyarev M, Gorbunova A, Korobushkin D, Knöss H, Wolters V, Zaitsev A (2019) Enchytraeids simultaneously stimulate rice straw degradation and mitigate CO2 release in a paddy soil. Soil Biol Biochem 131, 191 ‐ 194. DOI: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2019.01.014*
    • Phillips HRP, Guerra CA, Bartz MLC, et al. [Wolters V] (2019) Global distribution of earthworm diversity. Science 366, 480 ‐ 485. DOI: 10.1126/science.aax4851*

    2018

    • Birkhofer K, Diehl E, Wolters V, Smith HG (2018) Global metawebs of spider predation highlight consequences of land‐use change for terrestrial predator‐prey networks. In: Moore JC, de Ruiter PC, McCann KS, Wolters V (eds) Adaptive Food Webs: Stability and Transitions of Real and Model Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, 193 ‐ 213.*
    • Diehl E, Jauker B, Albrecht C, Wilke T, Wolters V (2018) GIESSEN: University collections: Justus Liebig University Gießen. In: Beck LA (ed) Zoological Collections of Germany: The Animal Kingdom in its Amazing Plenty at Museums and Universities. Springer International, pp 373‐381. 10.1007/978‐3‐319‐44321‐8_29
    • Früh‐Müller A, Krippes C, Hotes S, Breuer L, Koellner T, Wolters V (2018) Spatial correlation of agri‐environmental schemes with high levels of ecosystem services. Ecological Indicators 84, 364‐370. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.09.008*
    • Hoffmann US, Jauker F, Lanzen J, Warzecha D, Wolters V, Diekötter T (2018) Prey‐dependent benefits of subsidized wildflower strips on solitary wasps in agroecosystems. Insect Conservation and Diversity 11, 42 ‐ 49. DOI: 10.1111/icad.12270*
    • Mader V, Diehl E, Wolters V, Birkhofer K (2018) Agri‐environmental schemes affect the trophic niche size and diet of common carabid species in agricultural landscapes. Ecologal Entomology 43, 823‐835. DOI: 10.1111/een.12671*
    • Warzecha D, Diekötter T, Wolters V, Jauker F (2018) Attractiveness of wild‐flower mixtures for wild bees and hoverflies depends on some key plant species. Insect Conservation and Diversity 11, 32 ‐ 41. DOI: 10.1111/icad.12264*
    • Zaitsev A, Birkhofer K, Ekschmitt K, Wolters V (2018) Belowground tritrophic food chain modulates soil respiration in grasslands. Pedosphere 28, 114‐123. DOI: 10.1016/S1002‐0160(18)60008‐6*

     

    2017

    • Birkhofer K, Gossner MM, Diekötter T, Drees C, Ferlian O, Maraun M, Scheu S, Weisser WW, Wolters V, Wurst S, Zaitsev AS, Smith HG (2017) Land‐use type and intensity differentially filter traits in above‐ and belowground arthropod communities. Journal of Animal Ecology 86, 511‐520. DOI: 10.1111/1365‐2656.12641*
    • Gorenflo A, Diekötter T, van Kleunen M, Wolters V, Jauker F (2017) Contrasting pollination efficiency and effectiveness among flower visitors of Malva sylvestris, Borago officinalis and Onobrychis viciifolia. Journal of Pollination Ecology 21, 62-70.
    • Hudson LN, Newbold T, Contu S […] Wolters V (2017) The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity in Changing Terrestrial Systems) project. Ecology and Evolution 7, 145‐188. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2579*
    • Mader V, Diehl E, Fiedler D, Thorn S, Wolters V, Birkhofer K (2017) Trade‐offs in arthropod conservation between productive and non‐productive agri‐environmental schemes along a landscape complexity gradient. Insect Conservation and Diversity 10, 236 ‐ 247. DOI: 10.1111/icad.12220*
    • Sauerbrei R, Aue B, Krippes C, Diehl E, Wolters V (2017) Bioenergy and biodiversity: intensified biomass extraction from hedges impairs habitat conditions for birds. Journal of Environmental Management 187, 311‐319. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.11.052*

    2016

    • Birkhofer K, Dietrich C, John K, Schorpp Q, Zaytsev A, Wolters V (2016) Regional conditions and land-use alter the potential contribution of soil arthropods to ecosystem services in grasslands. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3, 150 (1 – 11). DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2015.00150*

    • Diekötter T, Wamser S, Dörner T, Wolters V, Birkhofer K (2016) Organic farming affects the potential of a granivorous carabid beetle to control arable weeds at local and landscape scales. Agricultural and Forest Entomology . DOI: 10.1111/afe.12150*

    • Früh-Müller A, Hotes S, Breuer L, Wolters V, Koellner T (2016) Regional pattern of ecosystem services in cultural landscapes. Land 5 (17), 1 - 19. DOI: 10.3390/land5020017

    • Grass I, Albrecht J, Jauker F, Diekötter T, Warzecha D, Wolters V, Farwig N (2016) Much more than bees – wildflower plantings support highly diverse flower visitor communities from complex to structurally simple agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 225, 45-53. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2016.04.001*

    • Jauker F, Speckmann M, Wolters V (2016) Intra-specific body size determines pollination effectiveness. Basic and applied EcologyDOI: 10.1016/j.baae.2016.07.004*

    • Mader V, Birkhofer K, Fiedler D, Thorn S, Wolters V, Diehl E (2016) land-use at different spatial scales alters the functional role of web-building spiders in arthropod food webs. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 219, 152 - 162. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2015.12.017*

    • Schmidt A, John K, Auge H, Brandl R, Horgan FG, Settele J, Zaitsev A, Wolters V, Schädler M (2016) Compensatory mechanisms of litter decomposition under alternating moisture regimes in tropical rice fields. Applied Soil Ecology 107, 79-90. DOI: 10.1016/j.apsoil.2016.05.014*

    • Soliveres S, Manning P, Prati D, Gossner MM, Alt F, Arndt H, Baumgartner V, Binkenstein J, Birkhofer K, Blaser S, Blüthgen N, Boch S, Böhm S, Börschig C, Buscot F, Diekötter T, Heinze J, Hölzel N, Jung K, Klaus VH, Klein A-M, Kleinebecker T, Klemmer S, Krauss J, Lange M, Morris EK, Müller J, Oelmann Y, Overmann J, Pašalić ER, Renner SC, Rillig MC, Schaefer HM, Schloter M, Schmitt B, Schöning I, Schrumpf M, Sikorski J, Socher SA, Solly EF, Sonnemann I, Sorkau E, Steckel J, Steffen-Dewenter I, Stempfhuber B, Tschapka M, Türke M, Venter P, Weiner CN, Weisser WW, Werner M, Westphal C, Wilcke W, Wolters V, Wubet T, Wurst S, Fischer M, Allan E (2016) Locally rare species influence grassland ecosystem multifunctionality. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 371 : 20150269. DOI:10.1098/rstb.2015.0269*

    • Soliveres S, van der Plas F, Manning P, Prati D, Gossner MM, Renner SC, Alt F, Arndt H, Baumgartner V, Binkenstein J, Birkhofer K, Blaser S, Blüthgen N, Boch S, Böhm S, Börschig C, Buscot F, Diekötter T, Heinze J, Hölzel N, Jung K, Klaus VH, Klein A-M, Kleinebecker T, Klemmer S, Krauss J, Lange M, Morris EK, Müller J, Oelmann Y, Overmann J, Pašalić E, Rillig MC, Schäfer M, Schloter M, Schmitt B, Schöning I, Schrumpf M, Sikorski J, Socher SA, Solly E, Sonnemann I, Sorkau E, Steckel J, Steffen-Dewenter I, Stempfhuber B, Tschapka M, Türke M, Venter P, Weiner C, Weisser WW, Werner M, Westphal C, Wilcke W, Wolters V, Wubet T, Wurst S, Fischer M, Allan E (2016) Biodiversity at multiple trophic levels is needed for ecosystem multifunctionality. Nature xx. DOI: 10.1038/nature19092*

    • Warzecha D, Diekötter T, Wolters V, Jauker F: Intraspecific body size increases with habitat isolation in wild bee pollinators. Landscape Ecology . DOI: 10.1007/s10980-016-0349-y*

     

    2015

    • Birkhofer K, Smith HG, Weisser W, Wolters V, Gossner M (2015) Land-use affects the functional distinctness of arthropod communities. Ecography 38, 889 - 900. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.01141.*

    • Birkhofer K, Diekötter T, Meub C, Stötzel K, Wolters V (2015) Optimizing arthropod predator conservation in permanent grasslands by considering diversity components beyond species richness. Agriculture, Ecosystems Environment 211, 65-72. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2015.05.014.*

    • Birkhofer K, Diehl E, Andersson J, Ekroos J, Früh-Müller A, Machnikowski F, Mader VL, Nilsson L, Sasaki K, Rundlöf M, Wolters V, Smith HG (2015) Ecosystem service research - current challenges and opportunities for ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2, 1-12. DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2014.00087*

    • Bobrov AA, Zaitsev AS, Wolters V (2015) Shifts in soil testate amoeba communities associated with forest diversification. Microbial Ecology69, 884 – 894. DOI 10.1007/s00248-015-0607-6*

    • John K., Jauker F, Marxsen J, Zaitsev AS, Wolters V (2015) Earthworm bioturbation stabilizes carbon in non-flooded paddy soil at the risk of increasing methane emissions under wet soil conditions. Soil Biology Biochemistry 91, 127 – 132.*

    • Quillfeldt P, Ekschmitt K, Brickle P, McGill RAR, Wolters V, Dehnhard N, Masello JF (2015) Variability of higher trophic level stable isotope data in space and time - a case study in a marine ecosystem. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry29, 667 - 674. DOI: 10.1002/rcm.7145*
    • Schmidt A, John K, Arida G, Auge H, Brandl R, Horgan FG, Hotes S, Marquez L, Radermacher N, Settele J, Wolters V, Schädler M (2015) Effects of residue management on decomposition in irrigated rice fields are not related to changes in the decomposer community.PLOS ONE10(7), e0134402, 1 - 19. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0134402*

    • Sereda E, Wolters V, Birkhofer K (2015) Addition of crop residues affects a detritus-based food chain depending on litter type and farming system.Basic and Applied Ecology16, 746 - 754. DOI: 10.1016/j.baae.2015.07.005*

    • Tsiafouli M, Thébault E, Sgardelis S, de Ruiter P, van der Putten W, Birkhofer K, Hemerik L, de Vries F, Bardgett R, Brady M, Bjørnlund L, Jørgensen H, Christensen S, D'Hertefeldt T, Hotes S, Hol WHG, Frouz J, Liiri M, Mortimer S, Setälä H, Tzanopoulos J, Uteseny K, Pižl V, Stary J, Wolters V, Hedlund K (2015) Intensive agriculture reduces soil biodiversity across Europe.Global Change Biology21, 973-985. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12752*

     

    2014

    • Allan E, Bossdorf O, Dormann CF, Prati D, Gossner M, Tscharntke T, Blüthgen N, Bellach M, Birkhofer K, Boch S, Böhm S, Börschig C, Chatzinotas A, Christ S, Daniel R, Diekötter T, Fischer C, Friedl T, Glaser K, Hallmann C, Hodač L, Hölzel N, Jung K, Klein AM, Klaus V, Kleinebecker T, Krauss J, Lange M, Morris EK, Müller J, Nacke H, Pašalić E, Rillig MC, Rothenwöhrer C, Schall P, Scherber C, Schulze W, Socher S, Steckel J, Steffan-Dewenter I, Türcke M, Weiner CN, Werner M, Westphal C, Wolters V, Wubet T, Gockel S, Gorke M, Hemp A, Renner SC, Schöning I, Pfeiffer S, König-Ries B, Buscot F, Linsenmair K-E, Schulze E-D, Weisser WW, Fischer M (2014) Inter-annual variation in land use intensity enhances grassland multidiversity. PNAS 111, 308-313.**

    • Aue B, Diekötter T, Gottschalk T, Wolters V, Hotes S (2014) How High Nature Value (HNV) farmland is related to bird diversity in agro-ecosystems - towards a versatile tool for biodiversity monitoring and conservation planning. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment 194, 58 – 64. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2014.04.012**

    • Birkhofer K, Wolters V, Diekötter T (2014) Grassy margins along organically managed cereal fields foster trait diversity and taxonomic distinctness of arthropod communities. Insect Conservation and Diversity 7, 274-287.**

    • Chauvat M, Wolters V (2014) Response of soil biota to manipulation of collembolan biomass. European Journal of Soil Biology 60, 53 – 57. DOI: 10.1016/j.ejsobi.2013.11.001.**

    • Diekötter T, Peter F, Jauker B, Wolters V, Jauker F (2014) Mass-flowering crops increase richness of cavity-nesting pollinators in modern agro-ecosystems. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 6, 219.26. DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12080*

    • Sauerbrei R, Ekschmitt K, Wolters V, Gottschalk T (2014) Increased energy maize production reduces farmland bird diversity. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 6, 265-274. DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12146**

    • Sereda E, Blick T, Dorow WHO, Wolters V, Birkhofer K (2014) Assessing spider diversity on the forest floor: expert knowledge beats systematic design. Journal of Arachnology 42, 44 - 51.**

    • Zaitsev A, Chauvat M, Wolters V (2014) Spruce forest conversion to a mixed beech-coniferous stand modifies oribatid community structure. Applied Soil Ecology 76, 60 - 67. DOI: 10.1016/j.apsoil.2013.12.009**

     

    2013

    • Diekötter T*, Peter F*, Jauker B*, Wolters V*, Jauker F* (2013) Massflowering crops increase richness of cavity-nesting bees and wasps in modern agro-ecosystems. Global Change Biology Bioenergy doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12080

    • Birkhofer K*, Wolters V*, Diekötter T* (in press) Grassy margins along organically managed cereal fields foster trait diversity and taxonomic distinctness of arthropod communities. Insect Conservation and Diversity

    • De Vries T, Thébault E, Liiri M, Birkhofer K, Tsiafouli M, Bjørnlund L, Bracht Jørgensen H, Brady MV, Christensen S, De Ruiter P, D’Hertefeldt T, Frouz J, Hedlund K, Hemerik L, Hol WHG, Hotes S, Mortimer SR, Setälä H, Sgardelis S, Uteseny K, van der Putten WH, Wolters V, Bardgett RD (2013) Soil food web properties explain ecosystem services across European land use systems. PNAS 110, 14296 - 14301.* (Selected as Research Highlight in NATURE Vol. 500, 22.08.2013.)

    • Diehl E, Mader VL, Wolters V, Birkhofer K (2013) Management intensity and vegetation complexity affect web-building spiders and their prey. Oecologia 173, 579 - 589.**

    • Diehl E, Sereda E, Wolters V, Birkhofer K (2013) Effects of predator specialization, host plant and climate on biological control of aphids by natural enemies: a meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Ecology 50, 262 -270.**

     

    2012

    • Birkhofer K*, Schöning I, Alt F, Herold N, Klarner B, Maraun M, Marhan S, Oelmann Y, Wubet T, Yurkov A, Begerow D, Berner D, Buscot F, Daniel R, Diekötter T*, Ehnes RB, Erdmann G, Fischer C, Foesel B, Groh J*, Gutknecht J, Kandeler E, Lang C, Lohaus G, Meyer A, Nacke H, Nähter A, Overmann J, Polle A, Pollierer MM, Scheu S, Schloter M, Schulze E-D, Schulze W, Weinert J, Weisser WW, Wolters V*, Schrumpf M (2012) General relationships between abiotic soil properties and soil biota across spatial scales and different land-use types. PLoS ONE 8:e43292

    • Sudfeldt C. Dröschmeister R, Wahl J, Berlin K, Gottschalk TK*, Grünberg C, Mitschke A, Trautmann S 2012. Vogelmonitoring in Deutschland - Programme und Anwendungen. Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt 119.

    • Gottschalk TK*, Reiners TE, Ekschmitt K* and Sudfeldt C 2012. Bird species distribution changes within German Special Protection Areas. In Ellwanger G, Ssymank A and Paulsch C (editors): Natura 2000 and climate change. Nature and Biological Diversity 118: 95-110.

    • Jauker F*, Peter F*, Wolters V*, Diekötter T* (2012) Early reproductive benefits of mass-flowering crops to the solitary bee Osmia rufa outbalance post-flowering disadvantages. Basic and Applied Ecology 13:268-276

    • Jauker F*, Bondarenko B, Becker HC, Steffan-Dewenter I (2012) Pollination efficiency of wild bees and hoverflies provided to oilseed rape. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14:81-87

    • Lange R*, Diekötter T*, Schiffmann A*, Wolters V*, Durka W (2012) Matrix quality and habitat configuration interactively determine functional connectivity in a widespread bush cricket at a small spatial scale. Landscape Ecology 27:381-392

    • Wamser S*, Diekötter T*, Boldt L*, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2012) Trait-specific effects of habitat isolation on carabid species richness and community composition in managed grasslands. Insect Conservation and Diversity 5:9-18

     

    2011

    • Wamser S*, Birkhofer K*, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2011) Delayed colonisation of arable fields by spring breeding ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in landscapes with a high availability of hibernation sites. Agriculture, Ecosystems Environment 144:235-240

    • Pomeroy, Gottschalk TK* 2011. Interpreting census data: the significance of birds heard not seen in multi-species counts. Bird Census News 24: 2–18.

    • Birkhofer K*, Wolters V*, Diekötter T* (2011) Density-dependent and -independent effects on the joint use of space by predators and prey in terrestrial arthropod food-webs. Oikos 120:1705-1711

    • Birkhofer K*, Diekötter T*, Boch S, Fischer M, Müller J, Socher S, Wolters V* (2011) Soil fauna feeding activity in temperate grassland soils increases with legume and grass species richness. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:2200-2207

    • Gottschalk TK*, Aue B, Hotes S and Ekschmitt K (2011). Influence of grain size on species-habitat models. Ecological Modelling 222:3403-3412

    • Gottschalk TK* and Huettmann F 2011. Comparison of Distance Sampling and Territory Mapping methods in four different habitats. Journal of Ornithology 152: 421-429.

    • Gottschalk TK*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* 2011. Efficient placement of nest boxes for the Little Owl. Journal of Raptor Research 45: 1-14.

    • Huettmann F, Gottschalk TK* 2011. Simplicity, model fit, complexity and uncertainty in spatial prediction models applied over time: we are quite sure, aren’t we? In Drew CA, Wiersma YF and Huettmann F (editors): Predictive species and habitat modeling in landscape ecology: Concepts and Applications. p. 189-208. Springer Science+Business Media, New York, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London.

     

    2010

    • Gottschalk TK* 2010. Vögel in Hessen morgen: Wie verändert sich die hessische Vogelwelt durch den Klimawandel. In Hessische Gesellschaft für Ornithologie und Naturschutz (Hrsg.): Vögel in Hessen. Die Brutvögel Hessens in Raum und Zeit. Brutvogelatlas. p. 48-49. Echzell.

    • Gottschalk TK* 2010. Modellierung der Verbreitung und Abundanz häufiger Arten. In Hessische Gesellschaft für Ornithologie und Naturschutz (Hrsg.): Vögel in Hessen. Die Brutvögel Hessens in Raum und Zeit. Brutvogelatlas. p. 500-501. Echzell.

    • Lange R*, Durka W, Holzhauer SIJ*, Wolters V*, Diekötter T* (2010) Differential threshold effects of habitat fragmentation on gene flow in two widespread species of bush crickets. Molecular Ecology 19:4936-4948

    • Gottschalk TK*, Pomeroy D (2010) Habitat preferences and status of an elusive forest species: the Oberländer’s Ground-Thrush Zoothera oberlaenderi in Uganda. Ostrich 81: 139-144

    • Waldhardt R, Bach M, Borresch R, Breuer L, Diekötter T*, Frede HG, Gäth S, Ginzler O, Gottschalk T*, Julich S, Köhler W, Krumpholz M, Kuhlmann F, Otte A, Reger B, Reiher W, Schmitz K, Schmitz PM, Sheridan P, Simmering D, Weist C, Wolters V,* Zoerner D (2010) Evaluating today’s landscape multifunctionality and providing an alternative future: a normative scenario approach. Ecology and Society 15:30 (online)

    • Dahms H*, Lenoir L, Lindborg R, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2010) Restoration of Seminatural Grasslands: What is the Impact on Ants? Restoration Ecology 18:330-337

    • Diekötter T*, Wamser S*, Wolters V*, Birkhofer K* (2010) Landscape and management effects on structure and function of soil arthropod communities in winter wheat. Agriculture, Ecosystems Environment 137:108-112

    • Dahms H*, Mayr S*, Birkhofer K*, Chauvat M*, Melnichnova E*, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2010) Contrasting diversity patterns of epigeic arthropods between grasslands of high and low agronomic potential. Basic and Applied Ecology 11:6-14

    • Diekötter T*, Kadoya T, Peter F*, Wolters V*, Jauker F* (2010) Oilseed rape crops distort plant-pollinator interactions. Journal of Applied Ecology 47:209-214

    • Gottschalk T*, Dittrich R*, Diekötter T*, Sheridan P, Wolters V*, Ekschmitt K* (2010) Modelling land-use sustainability using farmland birds as indicators. Ecological Indicators 10:15-23

    • Pihlgren A, Lenoir L, Dahms H* (2010) Ant and plant species richness in relation to grazing, fertilization and topography. Journal for Nature Conservation 18:118-125

    • Taylor AR*, Pflug A*, Schröter D*, Wolters V* (2010) Impact of microarthropod biomass on the composition of the soil fauna community and ecosystem processes. European Journal of Soil Biology 46:80-86

     

    2009

    • Chauvat M*, Zaitsev AS*, Gabriel E*, Wolters V* (2009) How do soil fauna and soil microbiota respond to beech forest growth? Current Zoology 55, 272-278

    • Gottschalk T*, Koschkar S*, Dittrich R* (2009) Bestandserfassung der bedrohten Oberländerdrossel in Uganda. ZGAP Mitteilungen 25:6-7

    • Gottschalk, TK 2009. Vogelfang in luftigen Höhen. Der Falke 56:22-24

    • Holzhauer SIJ*, Wolff K, Wolters V* (2009) Changes in land-use and habitat availability affect the population genetic structure of Metrioptera roeseli (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Journal of Insect Conversation DOI 10.1007/s10841-008-9201-2

    • Jauker F*, Diekötter T*, Schwarzbach F*, Wolters V* (2009) Pollinator dispersal in an agricultural matrix: opposing responses of wild bees and hoverflies to landscape structure and distance from main habitat. Landscape Ecology 24:547-555

    • Joergensen RG, Scholle GA*, Wolters V* (2009) Dynamics of mineral components in the forest floor of an acidic beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forest. European Journal of Soil Biology 45, 285-289

    • López–Victoria M*, Wolters V*, Werding B* (2009) Nazca Booby (Sula granti) inputs maintain the terrestrial food web of Malpelo Island. Journal of Ornithology 150: 865 - 870

    • Meyer B, Jauker F*, Steffan-Dewenter I (2009) Contrasting resource-dependent responses of hoverfly richness and density to landscape structure. Basic and Applied Ecology 10:178-186

    • Salamon J-A*, Wolters V* (2009) Functional changes of Nematoda communities during forest conversion. European Journal of Soil Biology 45, 184-191

     

    2008

    • Dauber J*, Niechoj R*, Baltruschat H, Wolters V* (2008) Soil engineering ants increase grass root arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization. Biology and Fertility of Soils 44:791-796

    • Ekschmitt K*, Kandeler E, Poll C, Brune A, Buscot F, Friedrich M, Gleixner G, Hartmann A, Kästner M, Kopinke F-D, Scheu S, Wolters V* (2008) Soil carbon preservation through biological constraints of decomposer activity. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 171:27-35

    • Jauker F*, Wolters V* (2008) Hover flies are efficient pollinators of oilseed rape. Oecologia 156:819-823

    • Salamon J-A*, Wolters V*, Zaitsev A*, Gärtner S (2008) Soil macrofauna response to forest conversion. Applied Soil Ecology 40:491-498

    • Wall DH, Bradford MA, St.John MG, Trofymow JA, Behan-Pelletier V, Bignell DE, Dangerfield JM, Parton WJ, Rusek J, Wolters V*, Zadeh H, Ayuke FO, Bashford R, Beljakowa OI, Bohlen PJ, Braumann A, Flemming S, Henschel JR, Johnson DL, Jones TH, Kovarova M, Kranabetter JM, Kutny L, Lin K-C, Maryati M, Masse D, Pokarzhecskii A, Rahmann H, Sabara MG, Salamon JA*, Swift MJ, Varela A, Vasconcelos HL, White D, Zou XM (2008) Global decomposition experiment shows soil animal impacts de decomposition are climate dependent. Global Change Biology 14:2661-2677

    • Wolters V*, Zaitsev A*, Gärtner S, Salamon J-A* (2008) Soil macrofaunal response to forest conversion. Applied Soil Ecology 40:491-498

     

    2007

    • Chauvat M*, Ponge JF, Wolters V*(2007) Humus forms dynamic during a spruce forest rotation: quanti-tative changes and relationship to soil biota. European Journal of Soil Science 58:625-631

    • Chauvat M*, Wolters V*, Dauber J*(2007) Response of collembolan communities to land-use change and grassland succession.Ecography 30:183-192

    • Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (2007) Biologische Eigenschaften von Bodentieren und ihre Eignung als Indikatoren für Gefährdungen des Bodens. UBA Texte 34:144-157

    • Dauber J*, Purtauf T* A multi-scale analysis of the relative importance of habitat features and landscape context on species richness of carabids. Schröder B, Reuter H, Reiniking B [Eds.] : accepted: Multiple Scales and Scaling in Ecology.

    • Encarnação JA*, Kierdorf U*, Wolters V*: Mating roosts of Daubenton’s bats (Myotis daubentonii) at summer sites? Myotis. in press/accepted:

    • Gottschalk TK* (2007) New and notable records of birds from Serengeti National Park. Scopus 26:10-21

    • Gottschalk TK*, Ekschmitt K*, Bairlein F (2007) A GIS-based model of Serengeti grassland bird species.Ostrich 78:259-263

    • Gottschalk TK*, Ekschmitt K*, Bairlein F (2007) Relationships between vegetation and bird community composition in grasslands of the Serengeti. African Journal of Ecology 45:557–565

    • Gottschalk TK*, Ekschmitt K*, Kuhlmann F, Weinmann B, Purtauf T*, Dauber J*, Diekötter T*, Wolters V* (2007) Impact of agricultural subsidies on biodiversity at the land-scape level.

      Landscape Ecology

      22:643-656

    • Gottschalk TK*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (2007) GEPARD - Ein GIS-basiertes Modell für die faunistische Beurteilung von Umweltszenarien. Natur und Landschaft 82:306-313

    • Gottschalk TK, Ekschmitt K, Isfendiyaroglu S, Gem E, Wolters V (2007) Assessing the potential distribution of the Caucasian black grouse Tetrao mlokosiewiczi in Turkey through spatial modelling. Journal für Ornithologie 148:427–434

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Witzel C (2007) Deposition of cellular cementum onto hypoplastic enamel of fluorotic teeth in wild boars (Sus scrofa L.). Anatomy and Embryology 209:

    • Kierdorf U*, Kahlke RD (2007) Pathological findings on remains of Hippopotamus amphibius antiquus (Desmarest, 1822) from the Lower Pleistocene site of Untermassfeld. Monographs of the RGZM 40

     

    2006

    • Archaux F, Wolters V* (2006) Impact of summer drought on forest biodiversity. Annals of Forest Science 63:645-652

    • Dauber J*, Bengtsson J, Lenoir L (2006) Evaluating effects of habitat loss and land-use continuity on ant species richness in seminatural grasslands remnants. Conservation Biology 20:1150–1160

    • Dauber J*, Rommeler A*, Wolters V* (2006) The ant Lasius flavus alters the viable seed bank in pastures. European Journal of Soil Biology, online at www.sciencedirect.com.

    • Dobson A, Lodge D, Alder J, Cumming GS, Keymer J, McGlade J, Mooney H, Rusak JA, Sala O, Wolters V*, Wall D, Winfree R, Xenopoulos MA (2006) Habitat loss, trophic collapse, and the decline of ecosystem services. Ecology 87:1915-1924

    • Encarnação JA*, Kierdorf U*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (2006) Age-related variation in physical and reproductive condition of male Daubenton’s bats (Myotis daubentonii). Journal of Mammalogy 87:93-96

    • Encarnação JA*, Kierdorf U*, Wolters V* (2006) Seasonal variation in nocturnal activity of male Daubenton’s bats, Myotis daubentonii (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae). Folia Zool 55:237-246

    • Fox O*, Vetter S*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (2006) Soil fauna modifies the recalcitrance-persistence relationship of soil carbon pools. Soil Biology Biochemistry 38:1353-1363

    • Henning FW*, Schottler B*, Wolters V* (2006) Kann der Mensch Arten züchten? In: Ahrndt W, Becker P-R, Lüderwaldt A, Roder H (eds) Asien – Kontinent der Gegensätze. Verlag Philipp von Zabern, Mainz, pp. 210-216

    • Hiller A*, Kraus H*, Almon M*, Werding B* (2006) The Petrolisthes galathinus complex: Species boundaries based on color pattern, morphology and molecules, and evolutionary interrelation-ships between the complex and other Porcellanidae (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 40:547-569

    • Hiller A, Lazarus JF, Werding B (in press) New records and range extensions of porcellanid crabs in the eastern Pacific (Crustacea: Anomura: Porcellanidae). In: M.E. Hendrickx (ed.). Contributions to the Study of East Pacific Crustaceans 3. Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, Universidad de México - UNAM.

    • Holzhauer SIJ*, Ekschmitt K*, Sander A-C*, Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2006) Effect of historic landscape change on the genetic structure of the bush-cricket Metrioptera roeseli. Landscape Ecology 21:891-899

    • Jouquet P, Dauber J*, Lagerlöf J, Lavelle P, Lepage M (2006) Soil invertebrates as ecosystem engineers: intended and accidental effects on soil and feedback loops. Applied Soil Ecology 32:153-164

    • Sander A-C*, Purtauf T*, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2006) Landscape genetics of the widespread ground-beetle Carabus auratus in an agricultural region. Basic and Applied Ecology, online at www.sciencedirect.com.

    • Sander AC*, Purtauf T*, Holzhauer SIJ*, Wolters V* (2006) Landscape effects on the genetic structure of the ground beetle Poecilus versicolor STURM 1824. Biodiversity and Conservation 15:245-259

    • Walther-Hellwig K*, Fokuhl G, Frankl R, Büchler R, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (2006) Increased honeybee colony density affects bumblebee foraging communities. Apidologie 37:517-532

    • Wolters V*, Bengtsson J, Zaitsev AS* (2006) Relationship among the species richness of different taxa. Ecology 87:1886-1895

    • Zachrai G*, Wolters V*, Gottschalk T* (2006) Fragmentation threatens the Hazel Grouse population of Hesse. Vogel und Umwelt 16:15-23 (German with English summary)

    • Zaitsev AS*, Wolters V* Geographic determinants of oribatid mite communities structure and diversity across Europe (a longitudinal perspective). European Journal of Soil Biology 42:S358-S361

    • Zaitsev AS*, Wolters V*, Waldhardt R, Dauber J* (2006) Long-term succession of oribatid mites after conversion of croplands to grasslands. Applied Soil Ecology 34: 230-239

     

    2005

    • Brose U, Pavao-Zuckerman M, Eklöf A, Bengtsson J, Berg M, Cousins SH, Mulder C, Verhoef H, Wolters V* (2005) Spatial aspects of food webs. In: de Ruiter PC, Moore JC, Wolters V (eds.) Dynamic Food webs. Academic Press, San Diego, pp 463-469.

    • Dahms H*, Wellstein C, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2005) Effects of management practices on ant species richness and community composition in grasslands (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Myrmecological News 7:9-16

    • Dauber J*, Purtauf T*, Allspach A, Frisch J*, Voigtländer K, Wolters V* (2005) Local versus landscape controls on diversity: a test using surface-dwelling soil macroinvertebrates of differing mobility. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14:213-221

    • Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2005) Colonization of temperate grassland by ants. Basic and Applied Ecology 6:83-91

    • De Ruiter PC, Wolters V*, Moore JC (2005) Dynamic food webs - Multispecies assemblages, ecosystem development, and environmental change. In: de Ruiter PC, Moore JC, Wolters V (eds.) Dynamic Food webs. Academic Press, San Diego, pp 3 – 9.

    • De Ruiter PC, Wolters V*, Moore JC, editors (2005) Dynamic Food Webs. Dynamic Food Webs. Academic Press, San Diego, 608 pp.

    • De Ruiter PC, Wolters V*, Moore JC, Winemiller KO (2005) Food Web Ecology: Playing Jenga and beyond. Science 309:68-71

    • Ekschmitt K*, Liu M, Vetter S*, Fox O*, Wolters V* (2005) Strategies used by soil biota to overcome soil organic matter stability - why is dead organic matter left over in the soil? Geoderma 128:167-176

    • Encarnação JA*, Dietz M, Holweg D, Jasnoch U, Kierdorf U*, Wolters V* (2005) Quartierwahl von Wasserfledermäusen (Myotis daubentonii) im Sommerlebensraum: Erste Ergebnisse einer GIS-basierten Analyse. Nyctalus 10:49-60

    • Encarnação JA*, Kierdorf U*, Holweg D, Jasnoch U, Wolters V* (2005) Sex related differences in roost-site selection of Daubenton’s bats Myotis daubentonii during the nursery period. Mammal Review 35:285-294

    • Gottschalk TK*, Huettmann F, Ehlers M (2005) Thirty Years of Analysing and Modelling Avian Habitat Relationships using Satellite Imagery Data: A Review. International Journal of Remote Sensing 26:2631–2656

    • Holzhauer SIJ*, Wolff K (2005) Polymorphic microsatellite loci in the bush-cricket Metrioptera roeseli. Molecular Ecology Notes 5:502-503

    • Jandl G, Leinweber P, Schultena HR, Ekschmitt K* (2005): Contribution of primary organic matter to the fatty acid pool in agricultural soils. Soil Biology Biochemistry 37:1033-1041

    • Kareiva P, Agard JBR, Alder J, Bennett E, Butler C, Carpenter SR, Cheung WWL, Cumming GS, Defries R, de Vries B, Dickinson R, Dobson A, Foley JA, Geoghegan J, Holland B, Kabat P, Keymer J, Kleidon A, Lodge D, Manson SM, McGlade J, Mooeny H, Parma A, Pacual MA, Pereira HM, Rosegrant M, Ringler C, Sala OE, Turner II BL, van Vuuren D, Wall DH, Wil-kinson P, Wolters V* (2005) State of the art in simulating future changes in ecosystem services. In: Carpenter SR, Pingali PL, Bennett EM, Zurek MB (eds) Ecosystems and Human Well-being: Scenarios, Volume 2. Island Press (Washington), pp 71-115

    • Purtauf T*, Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2005) The response of carabids to landscape simplification differs between trophic groups. Oecologia 142:458-464

    • Purtauf T*, Roschewitz I, Dauber J*, Thies C, Tscharntke T, Wolters V* (2005): Landscape context of organic and conventional farms: influences on carabid beetle diversity. Agriculture, Ecosystem Environment 108:165-174

    • Purtauf T*, Thies C, Ekschmitt K, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2005) Scaling properties of multivariate landscape structure. Ecological Indicators 5:295-304

    • Sala OE, van Vuuren D, Pereira HM, Lodge D, Alder J, Cumming GS, Dobson A, Wolters V*, Xenopoulos MA (2005) Biodiversity across scenarios. In: Carpenter SR, Pingali PL, Bennett EM, Zurek MB (eds) Ecosystems and Human Wellbeing: Scenarios, Volume 2. Island Press (Washington), pp 375-40

    • Salamon J-A*, Zaitsev A*, Wolters V* (2005) Auswirkungen des Waldumbaus auf die Bodenfauna. In: Teuffel K v, Baumgarten M, Hanewinkel M, Konold W, Sauter UH, Spiecker H, Wilpert K v (eds) Waldumbau für eine zukunftsorientierte Waldwirtschaft: Ergebnisse aus dem Südschwarzwald. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, pp 113-117

    • Sonnemann I*, Streicher NM*, Wolters V* (2005): Root associated organisms modify the effectiveness of chemically induced resistance in barley. Soil Biology Biochemistry 10:1837-1842

    • Sonnemann I*, Wolters V* (2005) The microfood web of grassland soils responds to a moderate increase in atmospheric CO2. Global Change Biology 11:1148-1155

    • Taylor AR*, Wolters V* (2005): Responses of oribatid mite communities to summer drought: The influence of litter type and quality. Soil Biology Biochemistry 10:2117-2130

    • Van de Koppel J, Bartgett R, Bengtsson J, Rodriguez-Barrueco C, Rietkerk M, Wassen M, Wolters V* (2005): The effect of spatial scale on trophic interactions. Ecosystems 8:801-807

    • Werding B, Hiller A (2005) A new porcellanid species from the Caribbean Sea, with a discussion on the American “Petrolisthes lewisi - group” (Decapoda: Anomura: Porcellanidae). Crustaceana 78:1185-1190

     

    2004

    • Bernal A, Werding B*, Zea S (2004) Variación espacial y temporal de biomasa zooplanctónica en el sector nerítico del Mar Cariber colombiano. Contribuciones en ciencias del mar en Colombia. Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá: 187-196.

    • Campos NH, Falk M, Werding B* (2004) Dostribución de los cangrejos de la familia Xanthidae en el Mar Caribe colombiano. Contribuciones en ciencias del mar en Colombia. Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, 197-212

    • Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2004) Edge-effects on ant community structure and species richness in an agricultural landscape. Biodiversity and Conservation 13:901-915

    • Encarnação JA*, Dietz M, Kierdorf U* (2004) Reproductive condition and activity pattern of male Daubenton bats (Myotis daubentonii) in the summer habitat. Mammalian Biology 69:163-172

    • Encarnação JA*, Dietz M, Kierdorf U*, Wolters V*: (2004) Body mass changes in male Daubenton bats (Myotis daubentonii) during the seasonal activity period. Mammalia 68:291-297

    • Jauker F*, Hirsch M*, Nothaft D*, Wolters V* (2004) Einfluss der Landnutzung auf die Diversität ausgewählter Blütenbesuchergruppen. Treffpunkt Biologische Vielfalt IV. Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn – Bad Godesberg, pp. 143-148

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U* (2004) The use of antlers to monitor temporal variation in environmental lead levels: a case study from an industrialized area in Germany. European Journal of Wildlife Research 50:62-66

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Richards A, Josephsen K (2004) Fluoride-induced alterations of enamel structure: an experimental study in the miniature pig. Anatomy and Embryology 207:463-474

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2004) Bone formation in antlers. In: Suttie JM, Haines S, Li C (eds) Advances in Antler Science and Product Technology. Proc 2nd ASPT-Symposium, Queenstown, New Zealand, 55-63

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Schultz M, Rolf HJ (2004) Histological structure of antlers in castrated male fallow deer (Dama dama). Anatomical Record 281A:1352-1362

    • Kierdorf U*, Konjević D, Janicki Z, Slavica A, Keros T, Čurlik J (2004) Tusk abnormalities in wild boar (Sus scrofa L.). European Journal of Wildlife Research 50:48-52

    • Kierdorf U*, Lutz W, Kierdorf H (2004) Pedicle and antler fusion and double-head formation in a sika stag (Cervus nippon). European Journal of Wildlife Research 50:121-126

    • Konjević D, Kierdorf, U*, Verstraete FJM, Janicki, Z, Slavica A, Keros T, Severin K (2004) Malformation of the permanent maxillary canine after dental infraction in a wild boar (Sus scrofa L.). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 35:403-405

    • Kraus H*, Eder E, Moller OS, Werding B* (2004) Oviposition behaviour and the functional morphology of the brood pouch of Streptocephalus torvicornis (Branchiopoda: Anostraca). Journal of Crustacean Biology 24, 393-397.

    • Kraus H, Hiller A, Cruz N (2004) The zoeal stages of Petrolisthes caribensis Werding, 1983 reared under laboratory conditions (Decapoda: Anomura: Porcellanidae). Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 39:85-90

    • Mückschel C, Frede HG, Köhler W, Kuhlmann F, Otte A, Wolters V* (2004) Wenn sich die Feldlerche vom Acker macht. Forschung 1/2004 (DFG), 24-27.

    • Mückschel, C., Frede, H.G., Köhler, W. Kuhlmann, F., Otte, A. Wolters, V. (2004): When the Skylark Abandons the Meadow. german research 2-3 (DFG): 30-33. Weinheim

    • Nazarova LB, Riss HW, Kahlheber A, Werding B* (2004) Some observations of buccal deformities in chironomid larvae (Diptera: Chironomidae) from the Ciénaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombia. Caldasia 26:275-290

    • Purtauf T*, Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2004) Carabid communities in the spatio-temporal mosaic of a rural landscape. Landscape and Urban Planning 67:185-193

    • Purtauf T*, Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2004) Die Laufkäfergemeinschaften (Coleoptera Carabidae) unterschiedlich genutzter landwirtschaftlicher Flächen des Lahn-Dill-Berglandes. Hessische Faunistische Briefe 23:9–20

    • Russell D, Hauth A, Fox O* (2004): Community dynamics of soil collembola in floodplains of the Upper Rhine Valley. Pedobiologia 48:527-536

    • Taylor AR*, Pflug A*, Schroeter D*, Wolters V*: (2004) Colonisation of spruce litter: Response of different decomposer communities to experimental alterations in moisture availability. Global Change Biology 10:1313–1324

    • Van der Putten WH, de Ruiter PC, Bezemer TM, Harvey JA, Wassen M, Wolters V* (2004) Trophic interactions in a changing world. Basic and Applied Ecology 5:487-494

    • Vetter S*, Fox O*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (2004) Limitations of faunal effects on soil carbon flow: density dependence, biotic regulation and mutual inhibition. Soil Biology Biochemistry 36:387–397

    • Villenave C, Ekschmitt K*, Nazaret S, Bongers T (2004) Interactions between nematodes and microbial communities in a tropical soil following manipulation of the soil food web. Soil Biology Biochemistry 36:2033-2043

    • Werding B, Hiller A (2004) A new species of the genus Petrolisthes from the western Pacific (Decapoda, Anomura, Porcellanidae). Crustaceana 77:257-264

     

    2003

    • Aguirre N*, Werding B*, Palacio J* (2003) Planktonsukzession in zwei Baggerseen am mittleren Main. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 47:203-204

    • Chauvat M*, Zaitsev AS*, Wolters V* (2003) Successional changes of Collembola and soil microbiota during forest rotation. Oecologia 137:269-276

    • Dauber J* Hirsch M*, Simmering D, Waldhardt R., Otte A, Wolters* V (2003) Landscape structure as an indicator of biodiversity: matrix effects on species richness. Agriculture, Ecosystem Environment 98:321-329

    • Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2003) Ameisen als "soil engineers" in alten Ackerbrachen. Nova Acta Leo-poldina NF 87 (328), 315-319.

    • Ekschmitt K*, Stierhoff T* Dauber J*, Kreimes K, Wolters V* (2003) On the quality of soil biodiversity indicators - three case studies at different spatial scales. Agriculture, Ecosystem Environment 98:273-283

    • Encarnação JA*, Dietz M, Kierdorf U*, Wolters V* (2003) Zur Entwicklung der Körpermasse männlicher Wasserfledermäuse (Myotis daubentonii) im Sommerlebensraum - Erste Ergebnisse einer Langzeitstudie. Säugetierkundliche Informationen 27:299-304

    • Henning FW*, Petri B, Wolters V* (2003) Breeding density of skylarks on Airport Frankfurt Main. Vogel und Luftverkehr 23:53-61 (in German with English summary).

    • Henrich K-O*, Sander A-Ch*, Wolters V*, Dauber J* (2003) Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in the ant Myrmica scabrinodis. Molecular Ecology Notes 3:304-306

    • Hirsch M*, Pfaff S*, Wolters V* (2003) The influence of matrix type on flower visitors of Centaurea jacea L. Agriculture, Ecosystem Environment 98:331-337

    • Hirsch M*, Wolters V* (2003) Die Wildbienen (Hymenoptera, Apidae) der Gemarkung Erda (Lahn-Dill-Bergland, Mittelhessen). Hessische Faunistische Briefe 22:28-36

    • Hirsch M*, Wolters V* (2003) Host plant preference of flower visitors in a mosaic landscape. Abh. Ber. Naturkundemus. Görlitz 75:11-22

    • Hirsch M*, Wolters V* (2003) Response of aculeate Hymenoptera to spatial features of an agricultural landscape. Journal for Nature Conservation 11:179-185

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2003) Temporal variation of fluoride concentration in antlers of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) living in an area exposed to emissions from iron and steel industry, 1948-2000. Chemosphere 52:1677-1681

    • Kierdorf U*, Stoffels E, Stoffels D, Kierdorf H, Szuwart T, Clemen G (2003) Histological studies of bone formation during pedicle restoration and early antler regeneration in roe deer and fallow deer. Anatomical Record 273A:741-751

    • Schmidt MH, Lauer A, Purtauf T*, Thies C, Schaefer M, Tscharntke T (2003) Relative importance of predators and parasitoids for cereal aphid control. Proc R Soc Lond B 270:1905–1909

    • Schroeter D*, Wolters V*, de Ruiter PC (2003) C and N mineralisation in the decomposer food webs of a European forest transect. Oikos 10:294-308

    • Simmering D, Dauber J, Wolters V, Otte A (2003) Die Bedeutung von Ameisenbauten für die Vegetation von Besenginsterbrachen. Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 87 (328):409-416

    • Taylor AR*, Pflug A*, Schroeter D*, Wolters V*: in press, Colonisation of spruce litter: Response of different decomposer communities to experimental alterations in moisture availability. Global Change Biology

    • Vetter S*, Fox O*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V*: in press, Limitations of faunal effects on soil carbon flow: density dependence, biotic regulation and mutual inhibition. Soil Biology Biochemistry

    • Waite IS, O’Donnell AG, Harrison A, Davies JT, Colvan SR, Ekschmitt K*, Dogan H*, Wolters V*, Bongers T, Bongers M, Bakonyi G, Nagy P, Papatheodorou EM, Stamou GP, Boström S (2003) Design and evaluation of 18S rDNA primers for PCR and denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) of soil community DNA. Soil Biology Biochemistry 35:1165-1173

    • Werding B, Hiller A, Lemaitre R (2003) Geographic and distributional patterns of western Atlantic Porcellanidae (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura), with an updated list of species. Memoirs Of Museum Victoria. Melbourne: 60 (1): 79-85

     

    2002

    • Bengtsson J, Engelhart K, Giller P, Hobbie S, Lawrence D, Levine J, Vilà M, Wolters V* (2002) Slippin' and slidin' between the scales: the scaling components of biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relations. In: Loreau M, Inchausti P, Naeem S (eds) Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 209-220

    • Encarnação JA*, Dietz M, Kierdorf U* (2002) Zur Mobilität männlicher Wasserfledermäuse (Myotis dabentonii Kuhl, 1819) im Sommer. Myotis 40:19-31

    • Frisch J*, Burckhardt D, Wolters V* (2002) Rove beetles of the subtribe Scopaeina Mulsant Rey (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) in the West Palaearctic: phylogeny, biogeography and species catalogue. Organisms, Diversity Evolution 2:27-53

    • Gottschalk T (2002) Birds of a Grumeti River forest in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Bulletin of the African Bird Club 9:153-158

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U* (2002) Reconstruction of a decline of ambient lead levels in the Ruhr area (Germany) by studying lead concentrations in antlers of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus). Science of the Total Environment 296:153-158

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2002) Assessing regional variation of environmental fluoride concentrations in western Germany by analysis of antler fluoride content in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus). Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 42:99-104

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2002) Pedicle and first antler formation in deer: anatomical, histological, and developmental aspects. European Journal of Wildlife Research 48:22-34

    • Pflug A*, Wolters V* (2002) Collembola communities along a European transect. Eur. J. Soil Biol 38: 301-304

    • Purtauf T*, Dauber J*, Hasseck S*, Wolters V* (2002) Erhalt der Biodiversität einer marginalen Region unter Landnutzungswandel. In: Treffpunkt Biologische Vielfalt II. Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn - Bad Godesberg, 209-215

    • Schottler B*, Henning FW*, Bergmann H-H (2002) BrutzeitlicheBeobachtungen an der palmerischen Blaumeise Parus caeruleus palmensis. Limicola 16:22-29

    • Sonnemann I*, Finkhaeuser K*, Wolters V* (2002) Does induced systemic resistance in plants affect the belowground community? Applied Soil Ecology 21:179-185

    • Steiner N, Dauber J*, Hirsch M*, Knecht C, Otte A, Purtauf T*, Simmering D, Waldhardt R, Wolters V*, Köhler W (2002) Modellierung der Artenvielfalt in Abhängigkeit vom Landschaftsmuster. Berichte über Landwirtschaft 80:468–481

    • Szuwart T, Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Clemen G (2002) Histochemical and ultrastructural studies of cartilage resorption and acid phosphatase activity during antler growth in fallow deer (Dama dama). Anatomical Record 268:66-72

    • Werding B, Kraus H (2002) A new species of the Petrolisthes galathinus complex from the south-ern Caribbean Sea, (Crustacea: Anomura: Porcellanidae). Crustaceana 75:1141-1147

    • Werding B, Hiller A (2002) A new species of the Petrolisthes galathinus complex from the southern Caribbean Sea, with a discussion on the identity of P. galathinus (Bosc, 1802) (Crustacea: Decapoda: Porcellanidae). Crustaceana 75:849-857

    • Wilkinson SC, Anderson JM, Scardelis SP, Tisiafouli M, Taylor A*, Wolters V* (2002) PLFA profiles of microbial communities in decomposing conifer litters subject to moisture stress. Soil Biology Biochemistry 34:189–200

    • Zaitsev AS*, Chauvat M*, Pflug A*, Wolters V* (2002) Oribatid mite diversity and community dynamics in a spruce chronosequence. Soil Biology Biochemistry 34:1919-1927

     

    2001

    • Bartos L, Kierdorf U*, Siler J, Bubenik GA (2001) Spontaneous mineralization, partial velvet shed-ding and antler sequestration in castrated fallow deer bucks (Dama dama). In: Sim JS, Sun-woo HH, Hudson RJ, Jeon BT (eds.) Antler Science and Product Technology. ASPTRC, Edmonton, 87-95

    • Behrens T, Purtauf T*, Wolters V*, Köhler W, Dauber J* (2001) Study site selection and gradient detection in complex landscapes using an automated patch detection tool (PaDS). In: Belward A, Binaghi E, Brivio PA, Aurelio G, Tosi G (eds) Proceedings of the International Workshop on Geo-Spatial Knowledge Processing of Natural Resource Management. ARTESTAMPA, Daverio, pp. 217-220

    • Bergmann HH, Schottler B (2001) Robin Erithacus (rubecula) superbus - a species of its own ? Dutch Birding 23:140-146

    • Bongers T, Ilieva-Makulecy K, Ekschmitt K* (2001) Acute sensitivity of nematode taxa to CuSO4 and relationships with feeding type and life-history classification. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20:1511-153

    • Dauber J*, Schroeter D*, Wolters V* (2001) Species specific effects of ants on microbial activity and N-availability in the soil of an old-field. Eur. J. Soil Biol. 37:259-261

    • Ekschmitt K*, Bakonyi G, Bongers M, Bongers T, Boström S, Dogan H*, Harrison A, Nagy P, O'Donnell AG, Papatheodorou EM, Sohlenius B, Stamou GP, Wolters V* (2001) Nematode community structure as indicator of soil functioning in European grassland soils. Eur. J. Soil Biol. 37:263-268

    • Ekschmitt K*, Klein A*, Pieper B*, Wolters V* (2001) Biodiversity and functioning of ecological communities - why is diversity important in some cases and unimportant in others? J Plant Nutr Soil Sci 164:239-246

    • Gottschalk T (2001) Black-backed Cisticola Cisticola eximius a new species for Tanzania. Bulletin of the african Bird Club 8:135-137

    • Gottschalk T (2001) Masssive stork party in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Africa - Birds Birding 6:16

    • Hirsch M*, Wolters V* (2001) Räumliche Isolation und Blütenbesuch an Centaurea jacea (l.). PECKIANA 1:9-15

    • Hirsch M*, Wolters V* (2001) The effect of spatial features on aculeate Hymenoptera in an agricul-tural landscape. In: Mander Ü, Printsmann A, Palang H (eds.) Development of European Landscapes (Conference Proceedings of the IALE European Conference 2001, Vol. II). Institute of Geography University of Tartu, Tartu (Estonia), pp. 440 - 444

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U* (2001) The role of the antlerogenic periosteum for pedicle and antler for-mation in deer. In: Sim JS, Sunwoo HH, Hudson RJ, Jeon BT (eds.) Antler Science and Product Technology. ASPTRC, Edmonton, 33-51

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2001) Fluoride concentrations in antler bone of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) indicate decreasing fluoride pollution in an industrialized area of western Ger-many. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20:1507-1510

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Wolters V* (2001) Wirkungen auf Wildtiere. In: Guderian R (Hrsg.) Handbuch der Umweltveränderungen und Ökotoxikologie, Bd. 2B. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 458-480

    • Kierdorf U*, Siler J, Bubenik GA (2001) Spontaneous mineralization, partial velvet shed-ding and antler sequestration in castrated fallow deer bucks (Dama dama). In: Sim JS, Sun-woo HH, Hudson RJ, Jeon BT (eds.) Antler Science and Product Technology. ASPTRC, Edmonton, 87-95.

    • Kraus H*, Navas G, Werding B* (2001) Feeding behaviour of Parapetrolisthes. Memorias COLACMAR, San Andrés, 2001

    • Mindrup M, Meiwes KJ, Wolters V* (2001) Microbiological properties of the forest floor under douglas fir and scots pine in Northwest Germany (German with English summary). Forst und Holz 56:363-366

    • Pflug A*, Wolters V* (2001) Influence of drought and litter age on Collembola communities. Eur. J. Soil Biol 37:305-308

    • Potthoff M, Joergensen RG, Wolters V* (2001) Short-term effects of earthworm activity and straw amendment on the microbial C and N turnover in a remoistened soil after summer drought. Soil Biology Biochemistry 33:583-591

    • Purtauf T*, Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2001) Effects of changes in landscape patterns on carabid diversity and community structure. In: Mander Ü, Printsmann A, Palang H (eds.) Develop-ment of European Landscapes (Conference Proceedings of the IALE European Conference 2001, Vol. I). Institute of Geography University of Tartu, Tartu (Estonia), pp. 70 - 75.

    • Sedlacek F, Zemek F, Herman M, Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U* (2001) Fluoride load on ecosystems in western part of Krusne Hory mts. determined by bioindication. Ekologia (Bratisl.) 20:70-79

    • Troumbis A, Beier C, Wolters V*, Peter D (2001) Terrestrial ecosystem research in Europe: Les-sons from the European Union's research policy 1996-2001. Environmental Science Policy 4:51-58

    • Villenave C, Bongers T, Ekschmitt K*, Djigal D, Chotte JL (2001) Changes in nematode communi-ties following cultivation of soils after fallow periods of different length. Applied Soil Ecology 17:43-52

    • Werding B, Hiller A, Misof B (2001) Evidence of paraphyly in the neotropical Porcellanid genus Neopisosoma (Crustacea: Anomura: Porcellanidae) based on molecular characters. In: Paula, J.P.M., A.A.V. Flores and C.H.J.M Fransen (eds). Advances in Decapod Crustacean Research.1 ed. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

    • Wolters V (2001) Biodiversity of soil fauna and its function. Eur. J. Soil Biol. 37:221-227

     

    2000

    • Appleton J, Chesters J, Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2000) Changes in the structure of dentine from cheek teeth of deer chronically exposed to high levels of environmental fluoride. Cells Tissues Organs167:266-272

    • Bartos L, Schams D, Kierdorf U*, Bubenik G, Fischer K, Siler J, Losos M (2000) Cyproterone acetate reduced antler growth in surgically castrated fallow deer (Dama dama). Journal of Endocrinology 164:87-95

    • Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2000) Microbial activity and functional diversity in the mounds of three different ant species. Soil Biology Biochemistry 32:93-99

    • Dauber J*, Wolters V* (2000) Species richness of ants in the land use mosaic of a marginal landscape. Mitt. Dtsch. Ges. allg. angew. Ent. 12:281-284 (German with English summary)

    • Ekschmitt K*, BaxterR, Campbell CD, Ceulemans R, Günther KP, Heal WO, Hector A, Henning F*, A Kjöller A, S Matouch S, Molau U, Nagy PI, Otte A, Pausas JG, Pflug A*, Schröter D*, G Sillence G, Steiner NC, Struwe S, Wolters V*, Wookey PA (2000) Ecosystem functioning and management under multiple stresses and extreme events. In: Sutton MA, Moreno JM, Van der Putten WH, Struwe S (eds.) Terrestrial Ecosystem Research in Europe: Successes, Challenges and Policy. European Commission, Luxembourg, pp. 28-34

    • Henning F W* Weber B, Schleuter, M (2000): Kompensationsmaßnahmen entlang des Mains. Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung 32:334-339

    • Hooper DU, Bignell DE, Brown VK, Brussaard L, Dangerfield JM, Wall DH, Wardle DA, Coleman DC, Giller KE, Lavelle P, van der Putten WH, de Ruiter PC, Rusek J, Silver WL, Tiedje JM, Wolters V* (2000) Interactions between above and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: patterns, mechanisms, and feedbacks. BioScience 50:1049-1061

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U* (2000) Roe deer antlers as monitoring units for assessing temporal changes in environmental pollution by fluoride and lead in a German forest area over a 67-year period. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 39:1-6

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U* (2000) Vergleichende Untersuchungen zum Bleigehalt von Rehgeweihen aus verschiedenen Regionen Nordrhein-Westfalens (Deutschland) im Zeitraum 1990 - 1999. Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft 46:270-278

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Richards A, Sedlacek F (2000) Disturbed enamel formation in wild boars (Sus scrofa L.) from fluoride polluted areas in Central Europe. Anatomical Record 259:12-24

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2000) Comparative analysis of dental fluorosis in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and red deer (Cervus elaphus): Interdental variation and species differences. Journal of Zoology 250:87-93

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2000) Delayed ectopic antler growth and formation of a double-head antler in the metacarpal region of a fallow buck (Dama dama L.) following transplantation of antlerogenic periosteum. Annals of Anatomy 182:365-370

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2000) Temporal and geographical variation in skeletal fluoride content of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) from industrialized areas in Germany. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C 126:61-68

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (2000) The fluoride content of antlers as an indicator of fluoride exposure in red deer (Cervus elaphus): a historical biomonitoring study. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 38:121-127

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Boyde A (2000) Structure and mineralisation density of antler and pedicle bone in red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) exposed to different levels of environmental fluoride: a quantitative backscattered electron imaging study. Journal of Anatomy196:71-83

    • Kjøller A, Miller M, Struwe S, Wolters V*, Pflug A* (2000) Diversity and role of microorganisms. In: Schulze E-D (ed) Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in European Forest Ecosystems. Ecological Studies142, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 382-402

    • Knecht C*, Hirsch M*, Wolters V* (2000) Blütenbesuchende Käfer in einem Landnutzungsmosaik. Agrarspektrum 31:180-188

    • Pfaff S*, Wolters V* (2000) Nutzungseinfluss auf Schmetterlinge in kleinstrukturierter Landschaft. Agrarspektrum 31:189-196.

    • Wolters V (2000) Invertebrate control of soil organic matter stability. Biology and Fertility of Soils 31:1-19

    • Wolters V*, Pflug A*, Taylor AR*, Schroeter D* (2000) Diversity and role of the decomposer food web. In: Schulze E-D (ed) Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in European Forest Ecosystems. Ecological Studies142, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 366-381

    • Wolters V*, Silver WL, Bignell DE, Coleman DC, Lavelle P, van der Putten WH, de Ruiter PC, Rusek J, Wall DH, Wardle DA, Brussaard L, Dangerfield JM, Brown VK, Giller KE, Hooper DU, Sala O, Tiedje JM, van Veen JA (2000) Effects of global changes on above- and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: Implications for ecosystem functioning. BioSience 50:1089-1098

    • Wübbenhorst J*, Bairlein F, Henning F*, Schottler B*, Wolters V* (2000) Breeding success of Lapwing Vanellus vanellus in a cold and dry spring. Vogelwelt 121:15-25 (German with English summary)

     

    1999

    • Ekschmitt K*, Bakonyi G, Bongers M, Bongers T, Boström S, Dogan H*, Harrison A, Kallimanis A, Nagy P, O'Donnell AG, Sohlenius B, Stamou GP, Wolters V* (1999) Effects of the nematofauna on microbial energy and matter transformation rates in European grassland soils. Plant and Soil 212:45-61

    • Henning F*, Hinkel H, Fischer E, Schottler B* (1999) Anoploscelus lesserti - eine fast unbekannte afrikanische Vogelspinne. Tranatulas of the world Mai:15-17

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U* (1999) Reduction of fluoride deposition in the vicinity of a brown coal-fired power plant as indicated by bone fluoride concentrations of roe deer (Capreolus capreolus). Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 63:473-477

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Sedlacek F (1999) Monitoring regional fluoride pollution in the Saxonian Ore mountains (Germany) using the biomarker dental fluorosis in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus L.). Science of the Total Environment 232:159-168

    • Kierdorf U*, Bartos L (1999) Treatment of the growing pedicle with retinoic acid increased the size of first antlers in fallow deer (Dama dama). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C 124:7-9

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (1999) Dental fluorosis in wild deer: its use as a biomarker of increased fluoride exposure. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 57:265-275

    • Pfaff S*Wolters V* (1999) The impact of agricultural management on diurnal lepidopteran communities in a mosaic landscape. EcoSys (Suppl) 28:159-167

    • Sonnemann I*, Dogan H*, Klein A*, Pieper B*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (1999) Response of soil microflora to changes in nematode abundance - evidence for large scale effects. J Plant Nutr Soil Sci 162:385-391

    • Weber A, Hoffmann M, Wolters V*, Köhler W (1999) Ein Habitateignungsmodell für die Feldlerche (Alauda arvensis) basierend auf einem zellulären Automaten. Verh. Ges. Ökol. 29:329-336

    • Wolters V (1999) Allium ursinum litter triggering decomposition on a beech forest floor - the effect of earthworms. Pedobiologia 43:528-536

    • Wolters V (1999) Terrestrische Ökosysteme. Spektrum der Wissenschaft 2/1999 (A):35-39

    • Wolters V*, Dauber J*, Hirsch M*, Steiner N* (1999) Diversität der Fauna im Landnutzungsmosaik einer peripheren Region. Z. f. Kulturtechnik und Landentwicklung 40:253-257

     

    1998

    • Bongers M, Dogan H*, Ekschmitt K*, de Goede RGM (1998) Nematode fauna of semi-natural temperate grassland in central Germany. In: RGM de Goede and T. Bongers (Eds.) Nematode Communities of Northern Temperate Grassland Ecosystems. Focus Verlag, Gießen.

    • Ekschmitt K*, Griffiths BS (1998)Soil biodiversity and its implications for ecosystem functioning in a heterogeneous and variable environment. Applied Soil Ecology 10:201-215

    • Huber-Sannwald E, Wolters V* eds. (1998) Effects of Global Change on Biodiversity and Ecological Complexity. Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems Report N°15, 31pp

    • Huelsmann A*, Wolters V* (1998) The effect of different agricultural practices on oribatid mites. Applied Soil Ecology 9:327-332

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H (1998) Studies on the parietal region of the cervid skull III. On the occurrence of an interparietal in Cervus. Anatomia, Histologia, Embryologia 27:193-196

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf, H (1998) Effects of retinoic acid on pedicle and first antler growth in a fallow buck (Dama dama L.). Annals of Anatomy 180:373-375

    • Ludwigs J-D*, Wübbenhorst J*, Schottler B*, Henning F*, Wolters V* (1998) Goldhähnchen in verbrannten Wipfeln. Spiegel der Forschung 15:4-10

    • Meyer H*, Wolters V* (1998) Ökologische Auswirkungen des Einsatzes von Totalherbiziden in herbizidresistenten transgenen Kulturen. Verh. Ges. Ökol. 28:337-344

    • Schottler B*, Henning F* (1998) Vogelwelt der Kanaren. Naturw. Rdsch. 51:133-136

    • Schroeter D*, Huelsmann A*, Pflug A*, Wolters, V* (1998) Climate effects on soil biota of coniferous forests: a transect approach. The Earth’s Changing Land - GCTE-LUCC OpenScience Conference on Global Change (Abastracts), Barcelona (Spain) 14.-18. March 1998, pp. 208-209.

    • Schultz M, Carli-Thiele P, Schmidt-Schultz TH, Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Teegen WR, Kreutz K (1998) Enamel hypoplasias in archaeological skeletal remains. In: Alt KW, Rösing FW, Teschler-Nicola M (eds.) Dental Anthropology. Fundamentals, limits and prospects, pp. 293-311. Springer-Verlag, Wien, New York.

    • Schultz M, Kierdorf U*, Sedlacek F, Kierdorf H (1998) Pathological bone changes in the mandibles of wild red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) exposed to high levels of environmental fluoride. Journal of Anatomy 193:431-442

    • Smith P, Andrén O, Brussaard L, Dangerfield M, Ekschmit K*, Lavelle P, Van Noordwijk M, Tate K (1998) Soil Biota and Global Change at the Ecosystem Level: The Role of Soil Biota in Mathematical ModelsPRIVATE. Global Change Biology 4:773-784

    • Swift MJ, Andrén O, Brussaard L, Briones M, Couteaux M-M, Ekschmitt K*, Kjoller A, Loiseau P, Smith P (1998) Global change, soil biodiversity, and nitrogen cycling in terrestrial ecosystems: three case studies. Global Change Biology 4:729-743

    • Szuwart T, Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Clemen G (1998) Ultrastructural aspects of cartilage formation, mineralization, and degeneration during primary antler growth in fallow deer (Dama dama). Annals of Anatomy 180:501-510

    • Waldhardt R, Dauber J*, Wolters V*, Otte A (1998) Land use change and its effects on biodiversity in a marginal landscape in Germany. The Earth’s Changing Land - GCTE-LUCC OpenScience Conference on Global Change (Abastracts), Barcelona (Spain) 14.-18. March 1998, p. 128.

    • Weber M, Schottler B*, Hinkel H, Henning F* (1998) Stridulation bei der afrikanischen Vogelspinne Anoploscelus lesserti LAURENT, 1946. Tranatulas of the world Juli:8-10

    • Wolters V (1998) Functional aspects of animal diversity in soil - introduction and overview. Applied Soil Ecology 10:185-190

    • Wolters V (1998) Long-term dynamics of a collembolan community. Applied Soil Ecology 9:221-227

    • Wolters V (ed.) (1998) Functional aspects of animal diversity in soil. Applied Soil Ecology (Special Issue) 10:185-288

     

    1997

    • Dauber J (1997) Ameisenfauna einer urbanen Landschaft. Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung 29:303-309

    • Dauber J*, Eisenbeis G (1997) Untersuchungen zur Ameisenfauna einer urbanen Landschaft am Beispiel der Stadt Mainz. Abhandlungen und Berichte des Naturkundemuseums Görlitz 69:237-244

    • Dauber J*, Hess C (1997) The use of faunistic data in urban biotope mappings: a critical view on the past and the future. Geobot. Kolloq.13:35-41 (In German with English summary)

    • Dogan H*, Ekschmitt K*, Scholle G*, Wolters V* (1996) Assoziationen zwischen Nematoden-Fraßtypen und Mikroflora-Gruppen in synthetischen Bodenfaunagemeinschaften in Mikrokosmen. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 81:113-116

    • Ekschmitt K (1997) Diversity effects on decomposition. In:Wolters V (ed.): Functional Implications of Biodiversity in Soil. Ecosystems Research Report 24:45-48

    • Ekschmitt K*, Weber M, Wolters V* (1997) Spiders, Carabids and Staphylinids - the Ecological Potential of Predatory Macroarthropods. In: G. Benckiser (ed.) Fauna in Soil Ecosystems. New York, Marcel Dekker, Inc., pp 307-362.

    • Ekschmitt K*, Weidemann G, Wolters V* (1997) The spatial heterogeneity in the density of soil animals. Recent Research Developments in Soil Biology Biochemistry 1:21-38

    • Huelsmann A*, Schroeter D*, Pflug A*, Wolters V* (1997) Response of the decomposer community to experimental alterations in spruce litter humidity. In: van de Geijn SC, Kuikman PJ (eds.) Prospects for Coordinated Activities in Core Projects of GCTE, BAHC and LUCC. CCB-Wageningen, Wageningen, pp. 152-153.

    • Jentschke G, Fritz E, Marschner P, Rapp C, Wolters V*, Godbold DL (1997) Mycorrhizal colonization and lead distribution in root tissues of Norway spruce seedlings. Z. Pflanzenern. Bdkd. 160: 317-321

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Boyde A (1997) A quantitative backscattered electron imaging study of hypomineralization and hypoplasia in fluorosed dental enamel of deer. Annals of Anatomy 179:405-412

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Sedlacek F Erdelen M (1996) Mandibular bone fluoride levels and occurrence of fluoride induced dental lesions in populations of wild red deer (Cervus elaphus) from Central Europe. Environmental Pollution 93:75-81

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf, U* (1997) Disturbances of the secretory stage of amelogenesis in fluorosed deer teeth: a scanning electron-microscopic study. Cell and Tissue Research 289:125-135

    • Kierdorf U*, Becher J (1997) Mineralization and wear of mandibular first molars in red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) of known age. Journal of Zoology 241:135-143

    • Kierdorf U*, Richards A; Sedlacek F, Kierdorf H (1997) Fluoride content and mineralization of red deer (Cervus elaphus) antlers and pedicles from fluoride polluted and uncontaminated regions. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 32:222-227

    • Lavelle P, Bignell D, Lepage M, Wolters V*, Roger P, Ineson P, Heal OW, Dhillion S (1997) Soil function in a changing world: the role of invertebrate ecosystem engineers. Eur. J. Soil Biol 33:159-193

    • Mathes K, Ekschmitt K* (1997): Erhebung und Verwendung von Umweltdaten - Statistische Verfahren. In: O. Fränzle, F. Müller und W. Schröder (eds.) Handbuch für Ökosystemforschung, V-1.4. Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft, Landsberg, pp. 3-10.

    • Pieper B*, Klein A*, Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (1997) Umsatz der organischen Substanz in Waldböden: Einfluss von Abundanz und Diversität der Collembolen. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 85:571-574

    • Schroeter D*, Huelsmann A*, Pflug A*, Wolters V* (1997) Die Bodenfauna in der organischen Auflage entlang eines europäische Transekts. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 85:599-602

    • Sonnemann I*, Graefe T*, Dogan H*, Ekschmitt K*, WoltersV* (1997) Einfluß der Nematodenabundanz auf die Bodenmikroflora in Grünlandböden. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 85:699-702

    • Wolters V (1997) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Is there more to say about soil biodiversity? In:Wolters V (ed.): Functional Implications of Biodiversity in Soil. Ecosystems Research Report 24:3-9

    • Wolters V*, Ekschmitt K* (1997) Gastropods, Isopods, Diplopods and Chilopods - Neglected Groups of the Decomposer Food Web. In: G. Benckiser (ed.) Fauna in Soil Ecosystems. New York, Marcel Dekker, Inc., pp 265-306.

    • Wolters V, ed., (1997) Functional Implications of Biodiversity in Soil. Ecosystems Research Report 24,:33 pp.

    • Dauber J*, Eisenbeis G (1996) Die Ameisenfauna (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) des Höllenbergs bei Mainz. Mainzer Naturwissenschaftliches Archiv 34:139-154

     

    1996

    • Ekschmitt K*, Breckling B, Mathes K (1996) Unsicherheit und Ungewißheit bei der Erfassung und Prognose von Ökosystementwicklungen. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 26:495-500.

    • Giese C, Mebs D, Werding B* (1996) Resistance and vulnerability of crustaceans to cytolytic sea anemone toxins. Toxicon 34:955-958

    • Helbig AJ, Martens J, Seibold I, Henning F*, Schottler B*, Wink M (1996) Phylogeny and species limits in the Palearctic Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita) complex: mitochondrial genetic differentiation and bioacoustic evidence. Ibis138:650-666

    • Joergensen RG, Mueller T, Wolters V* (1996) Total carbohydrates of the soil microbial biomass in 0.5 M K2SO4 soil extracts. Soil Biology Biochemistry 28:1147-1153

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Sedlacek F (1996) Biomonitoring der Fluoridbelastung des Lebensraumes von Wildwiederkäuern aus Immissionsgebieten Nordböhmens (Tschechische Republik). Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft 42:41-52

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Sedlacek F, Fejerskov O (1996) Structural changes in fluorosed dental enamel of red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) from a region with severe environmental pollution by fluorides. Journal of Anatomy 188:183-195

    • Klein A*, Wolters V* (1996) Populationsentwicklung von Onychiurus fimatus (Collembola) - Vergleich zwischen künstlichem und natürlichem Substrat. Verh. Ges. Ökol. 26:321-325

    • Mathes K, Breckling B, Ekschmitt K* eds. (1996) Systemtheorie in der Ökologie. Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft, Landsberg, 140 pp.

    • Pfaff S*, Xylander WER (1996) Nahrungspflanzenspezifität und Blumenstetigkeit bei imaginalen Hesperiiden (Insecta: Lepidoptera). Verh Westd Entom Tag 1995:37-45

    • Werding B (1996) Description of a new porcellanid. Petrolisthes gertrudae from the southeastern Caribbean Sea (Crustacea: Decapoda: Porcellanidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 109:306-310

    • Wolters V (1996) Fortschritte der Bodenzoologie: Probleme, Konzepte, Lösungsstrategien. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 81:7-16

     

    1995

    • Gleibs S, Mebs D, Werding B* (1995) Studies on the origin and distribution of Palytoxin in a caribbean coral reef. Toxicon 33:1531-1537

    • Gottschalk T (1995) Gartenrotschwanz-Phoenicurus phoenicurus. Hessische Gesellschaft für Ornithologie und Naturschutz(Hrsg.)(1995):Avifauna von Hessen, 2.Lieferung.(German)

    • Gottschalk T (1995) Habitatanalyse von Singvogelarten unter Verwendung einens Geographischen Informationssytems (GIS). Vogelwelt 116:273-284 (German with English summary)

    • Gottschalk T (1995) Zugbeobachtungen am Rotmilan im Hinblick auf Zugverlauf und Zuggeschwindigkeit im Vordertaunus/Hessen. Vogel und Umwelt 8 (Sonderheft Rotmilan):47-52 (German with English summary)

    • Joergensen RG, Anderson TH, Wolters V* (1995)Carbon and nitrogen relationships in the microbial biomass of soils in beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forests. Biology and Fertility of Soils 19:141-147

    • Joergensen RG, Kübler H, Meyer B, Wolters V* (1995) Microbial biomass phosphorus in soils of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forests. Biology and Fertility of Soils 19:215-219

    • Joergensen RG, Scholle G*, Wolters V* (1995) Die Bestimmung der Muraminsäure als Biomarker von Bakterien. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 76:627-630

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Szuwart T, Clemen G (1995) A light microscopic study of primary antler development in fallow deer (Dama dama). Annals of Anatomy 177:525-532

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Erdelen M, Machoy Z (1995) Mandibular bone fluoride accumulation in wild red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) of known age. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 110A:299-302

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Knuth S (1995) Effects of castration on antler growth in fallow deer (Dama dama L.). Journal of Experimental Zoology 273:33-43

    • Klebsch D*, Wolters V*, Stickan W, Schaefer M (1995) Octolasion lacteum Örley (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae) effects on C-allocation of Hordelymus europaeusL Acta Zoologica Fennica 196:75

    • Scholle G*, Wolters V*, Schaefer M (1995) Mesofauna reaction to microbial growth conditions during the early stage of leaf litter decomposition. Acta Zoologica Fennica 196:171-175

    • Schoppe S, Werding B* (1995) The boreholes of the sea urchin genus Echinometra: (Echinodermata: Echinoidea: Echinometridae) as a microhabitat in tropical South America. Marine Ecology 17:181-186

    • Schottler, B (1995) Songs of P.c. palmensis from La Palma (Canary Islands) - a test of hypotheses. Bioacoustics 6:135-152

    • Stockfisch N, Joergensen RG, Wolters V*, Klein T, Eberhardt U (1995) Examination of microbial biomass in beech forest moder profiles. Biology and Fertility of Soils 19:209-214

    • Wolters V (1995) Focal Points of the German Contribution to GCTE. In: Lütkemeier S, Spekat A (eds.) IGBP Research in the Federal Republic of Germany 1995. IGBP Sekretariat, Berlin, 13-19

    • Wolters V*, Ekschmitt K* (1995) Earthworm effects on the use of C sources by microorganisms: Non-linear response to temperature alteration. Biology and Fertility of Soils 19:109-114

    • Wolters V*, Ekschmitt K*, Scholle G* (1995) Wirkungen der Kalkung auf Bodenorganismen und biologische Umsetzungsprozesse. Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift 17:936-941

     

    1994

    • Brückmann A, Wolters V* (1994) Microbial immobilization and recycling of 137Cs in the organic layer of forest ecosystems: relationship to environmental conditions, humification and invertebrate activity. The Science of the Total Environment 157:249-256

    • Ekschmitt K (1994) Random apportionment - a modelling concept for predicting variance in ecological field data. Actes des Journées Internationales „Écologie et Méthodes Statistiques, Niort 25-28

    • Ekschmitt K*, Breckling B (1994) Competition and Coexistence: On Contributions of Modelling to the Evolution of Ecological Theory. Ecological Modelling 75/76:71-82

    • Ekschmitt K*, Mathes K, Breckling B (1994) Möglichkeiten der Operationalisierung des juristischen Begriffs ´Naturhaushalt´ in der Ökologie. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 23:417-420

    • Ekschmitt K*, Wolters V* (1994) Computergestützte Bearbeitung von Bodentieren: Perspektiven für die Bewertung von Bodenveränderungen. In: K. Alef, H. Fiedler O. Hutzinger (Eds.) Umweltmonitoring und Bioindikation Bd. 5. Wien, Umweltbundesamt, pp. 403-414

    • Henning F*, Schottler B*, Martens J (1994) Song and call differentiation of Canary Island Chiffchaffs. In: Research Notes on Avian Biology 1994. J. Orn. 135 (Sonderheft):161

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Sedlacek F (1994) Severe chronic fluoride intoxication in free ranging red deer (Cervus elaphus) from NW-Bohemia (Czech Republic). Proceedings VI. Fluoride Symposium "Biological risk caused by fluorine compounds", Szczecin, pp. 16-18.

    • Kierdorf H, Kierdorf U*, Szuwart T, Gath U, Clemen G (1994) Light microscopic observations on the ossification process in the early developing pedicle of fallow deer (Dama dama). Annals of Anatomy 176:243-249

    • Kierdorf U*, Kierdorf H, Schultz M (1994) The macroscopic and microscopic structure of double-head antlers and pedicle bone in Cervidae (Mammalia, Artiodactyla). Annals of Anatomy 176:251-257

    • Mebs D, Gleibs S, Werding B* (1994) Studies on the origin and sequestration of palytoxin. Proceedings, International Symposium on Ciguateras and Marine Natural Products, Hawaii, August 94, 19-26

    • Wolters V*, Schaefer M (1994) Effects of acid deposition on soil organisms and decomposition processe.s In: A. Hüttermann D. Godbold (Eds.) Effects of Acid Rain on Forest Processes. New York, John Wiley Sons, pp. 83-127