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International peer reviewed 2010

Alirol, E., Sharma, S.K., Bawaskar, H.S., Kuch, U. & F. Chappuis (2010): Snake Bite in South Asia: A Review. - PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 4(1): e603. B Publikation downloaden, PDF 2 MBLink zur Publikation
Bitschofsky, F., Scholz, J. & S. Forster (2010): The epizoobiontic bryozoan community of Flustra foliacea in the southern and northern North Sea Basin; Keystone Species. – Terra Nostra 2010/4: 26-27. ISSN 0946-8978.
Bitschofsky, F. (2010): Bryozoans as indicators for oceanographic and climatic change in the North Sea.Terra Nostra 2010/4: 29-30 Geounion Alfred Wegener-Stiftung, Berlin. ISSN 0946-8978. B
Bläß, C., Ronnenberg, K., Tackenberg, O., Hensen, I. & K. Wesche (2010): The relative importance of different dispersal types in dry Mongolian rangelands. - Journal of Arid Environments 74: 991-997. B
Bundschuh, T., Wittig, R. & K. Hahn (2010): Effects of human impact on miombo woodland in northern Malawi.- Flora Veg. Sudano-Sambesica 13: 22-34. B
Dehling, D.M., Hof, C., Brändle, M. & R. Brandl (2010): Habitat availability does not explain the species richness patterns of the European freshwater fauna. - Journal of Biogeography 37: 1919-1926. B
Dippner, J.W., Junker, K.& Kröncke, I. (2010): Biological regime shifts and changes in predictability. Geophysical Research Letters 37:
Grünewald, C., Breitbach, N. & K. Böhning-Gaese (2010): Tree visitation and seed dispersal of wild cherries by terrestrial mammals along a human land-use gradient. - Basic and Applied Ecology 11: 532-541. B;
Harris, J. B., Faiz, M. A., Rahman, M. R., Jalil, M. A., Ahsan, M. F., Theakston, R. D. G., Warrell, D. A. & U. Kuch (2010): Snake bite in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh: a study of bitten patients who developed no signs of systemic envenoming. - Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 104(5): 320-327.   B
Kappes, H., Sundermann, A. & P. Haase (2010): High spatial variability biases the space-for-time approach in environmental monitoring. - Ecological Indicators 10: 1202–1205. B;
Kirika, J. M., Böhning-Gaese, K., Dumbo, B. & N. Farwig (2010): Reduced abundance of late-successional trees but not of seedlings in heavily compared with lightly logged sites of three East African tropical forests. - Journal of Tropical Ecology 26: 533-546. B
Latzel, V., Klimešová, J., Doležal, J., Pyšek, P., Tackenberg, O. & K. Prach (2010): The Association of Dispersal and Persistence Traits of Plants with Different Stages of Succession in Central European Man-Made Habitats. - Folia Geobotanica, DOI 10.1007/s12224-010-9074-5. B
Michl, T., Huck, S., Schmitt, T., Liebrich, A., Haase, P. & B. Büdel (2010): The molecular population structure of the tall forb Cicerbita alpina (Asteraceae) supports the idea of cryptic glacial refugia in Central Europe. - Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 164, 142–154. B;
Neumann, H., Kröncke I. & S. Ehrich (2010): Establishment of the angular crab Goneplax rhomboides (Linnaeus, 1758) (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) in the southern North Sea. - Aquatic Invasion 5: S27 - S30.
Schmidt, M., König, K., Hahn, K., Zizka, G. & R. Wittig (2010):

Restoration of bare incrusted soils in the Sahel region of Burkina Faso.- Flora Veg. Sudano-Sambesica 13: 3-9.

Schumann, K., Wittig, R., Thiombiano, A., Becker, U. & K. Hahn (2010): Impact of land-use type and bark- and leaf-harvesting on population structure and fruit production of the baobab tree (Adansonia digitata L.) in a semi-arid savanna, West Africa. - Forest, Ecology and Management 260, 2035-2044.
Wittig, R. & U. Becker (2010): The spontaneous flora around street trees in cities—A striking example for the worldwide homogenization of the flora of urban habitats. Flora 205: 704-709.
Wittig, R., Becker, U. & S. Nawrath (2010): Grassland loss in the vicinity of a highly prospering metropolitan area from 1867/68 to 2000 —The example of the Taunus (Hesse, Germany) and its Vorland.- Landscape Urban Planning 95: 175-180.