Department Head: 

Prof. Dr. Alexandra-Maria Klein
phone:+49 (0)761 203-67770



Mrs. Ilona Winkler
phone:+49 (0)761 203-3635
fax:+49 (0)761 203-3638


Chair of Nature Conservation
& Landscape Ecology
University of Freiburg
Tennenbacher Str. 4
D-79106 Freiburg



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  • Bottero, I., Dominik, C., Schweiger, O., Albrecht, M., […] Klein A.M., […] Pereira-Peixoto, H.M. [...] Tamburini, G. et al. & Stout, J.C. (2023): Impact of landscape configuration and composition on pollinator communities across different European biogeographic regions. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. online first. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2023.1128228. Link
  • Russo, L. Ruedenauer, F.A., Gronert, A., van de Vreken, I., Vanderplanck, M., Michez, D., Klein, A.M., Leonhardt, S.D. & Stout, J.C. (2023): Fertilizer and herbicide alter nectar and pollen quality with consequences for pollinator floral choices. PeerJ, (accepted).
  • Wittmann, K., Klein, A.M. & Staab, M. (2023): The influence of habitat properties on sex determination in cavity-nesting Hymenoptera. Basic and Applied Ecology 70: 1-11. Link
  • Thiel, S., Willems, F., Farwig, N., Rehling, F., et al. & Heer, K. (2023): Vertically stratified frugivore community composition and interaction frequency in a liana fruiting across forest strata. Biotropica 55: 650-664. Link
  • Rehling, F., Jongejans, E., Schlautmann, J., Albrecht, J., Fassbender, H., Jaroszewicz, B., Matthies, D., Waldschmidt, L., Farwig, N. & Schabo, D.G. (2023): Common seed dispersers contribute most to the persistence of a fleshy-fruited tree. Communications Biology 6: 330. Link
  • Amano, T., Berdejo-Espinola, V., Akasaka, M. [..] Mupepele, A.C. et al. & Zamora-Gutierrez, V. (2023): The role of non-English-language science in informing national biodiversity assessments. Nature Sustainability. online first. doi: 10.1038/s41893-023-01087-8. Link
  • Schuldt, A., Liu, X., Buscot, F., Bruelheide, H., Erfmeier, A., He, J.S., Klein, A.M., Ma, K., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Schmid, B., Scholten, T., Tang, Z., Trogisch, S., Wirth, C., Wubet, T. & Staab, M. (2023): Carbon-biodiversity relationships in a highly diverse subtropical forest. Global Change Biology. online first. doi: 10.1111/gcb.16697. Link
  • Allan, M.J., Dean, R., Klein, A.M., Wintermantel, D., Albrecht, M., Schwarz, J. & Knauer, A. (2023): Milestone 15 Protocols for semi-field and field experiments. ARPHA preprints. online first. doi: 10.3897/arphapreprints.e101323. Link
  • Hellström, S., Strobl, V., Straub, L., Osterman, W.H.A., Robert J. Paxton, R.J. & Osterman, J. (2023): Beyond generalists: The Brassicaceae pollen specialist Osmia brevicornis as a prospective model organism when exploring pesticide risk to bees. Environmental and Sustainability Indicators 18: 100239. Link
  • Wildermuth, B., Fardiansah, R., Matevski, D., Lu, J.Z., Kriegel, P., Scheu, S. & Schuldt, A. (2023): Conifers and non-native tree species shift trophic niches of generalist arthropod predators in Central European beech forests. BMC Ecology and Evolution 23: 3. Link
  • Chaves, J.E., Aravena Acuña, M.C., Rodríguez-Souilla, J., Cellini, J.M., Rappa, N.J., Lencinas, M.V., Peri, P.L. & Martínez Pastur, G.J. (2023): Carbon pool dynamics after variable retention harvesting in Nothofagus pumilio forests of Tierra del Fuego. Ecological Processes 12: 5. Link
  • Niu, H., Rehling, F., Chen, Z., Yue, X., Zhao, H., Wang, Z., Zhang, H., Schabo, D.G. & Farwig, N. (2023): Regeneration of urban forests as influenced by fragmentation, seed dispersal mode and the legacy effect of reforestation interventions. Landscape and Urban Planning 233: 104712. Link
  • Rehling, F., Delius, A., Ellerbrok, J., Farwig, N., & Peter, F. (2023): Wind turbines in managed forests partially displace common birds. Journal of Environmental Management 328: 116968. Link
  • Gibbs, J., Hanuschuk, E., Miller, R., Dubois, M., Martini, M., Robinson, S., Nakagawa, P., Sheffield, C.S., Cardinal, S. & Onuferko, T.M. (2023): A checklist of the bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Manitoba, Canada. The Canadian Entomologist 155: e3. online first. doi: 10.4039/tce.2022.45. Link
  • Georgi, M., Gärtner, S.M., Förschler, M.I., Buse, J., Fornoff, F., Ssymank, A. & Klein, A.M. (2023): Mulching time of forest meadows influences insect diversity. Insect Conservation and Diversity 16: 368-378. Link
  • Rappa, N.J., Staab, M., Rupert, L.S., Frey, J., Bauhus, J. & Kein, A.M (2023): Structural elements enhanced by retention forestry promote forest and non-forest specialist bees and wasps. Forest Ecology and Management 529: 120709. Link (Corrigendum)
  • Timóteo, S., Albrecht, J., Rumeu, B., Norte, A. C., Traveset, A., Frost, C. M., Marchante, E., López-Núñez, F. A., Peralta, G., Memmott, J., Olesen, J. M., Costa, J. M., da Silva, L. P., Carvalheiro, L. G., Correia, M., Staab, M., Blüthgen, N., Farwig, N., Hervías-Parejo, S. & Heleno, R. (2023): Tripartite networks show that keystone species can multitask. Functional Ecology 37: 274-286. Link
  • Eckerter, T., Erbacher, J., Wolf, W., Braunisch, V. & Klein, A.M. (2023): Verges along forest roads promote wild bees. Forest Science 69: 167-177. Link
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