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international peer reviewed 2009

Casanova, S. & B. Ahrens (2009): On the Weighting of Multimodel Ensembles in Seasonal and Short-Range Weather Forecasting. - Monthly Weather Review 137(11): 3811-3822. DM bodo.ahrens@iau.uni-frankfurt.de
Eronen, J.T., Mirzaie, M., Karme, A., Micheels, A., Bernor, R.L. & M. Fortelius (2009): Distribution history and climatic controls of the Late Miocene Pikermian chronofauna - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(29), 11867-11871. DM
Gregor, T. (2009): The distribution of Galeopsis ladanum in Germany based on an analysis of herbarium material is smaller than that indicated in plant atlases - Preslia 81: 377-386. DM tgregor@senckenberg.de
Gregor, T., Poncet, V. & J.-M. Tison (2009): (1891) Proposal to conserve the name Potentilla inclinata against P. assurgens (Rosaceae).Taxon 58 (2): 651-652. DM tgregor@senckenberg.de
Knapp, S., Kühn, I., Bakker, J., Kleyer, M., Klotz, S., Ozinga, W., Poschlod, P., Thompson, K., Thuiller, W. & C., Römermann (2009): Landsman or urbanite - how species traits and affinity to urban land-use control plant species frequency. - Diversity and Distributions 15, 533-546. DM Christine.Roemermann@biologie.uni-regensburg.de
König, K., Schmidt, M. & J. Müller (2009): Modelling species distributions with high resolution remote sensing data to delineate patterns of plant diversity in the Sahel zone of Burkina Faso. - In: Recent Advances in Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Processing for Land Degradation Assessment. Röder, A., Hill. J, (eds.), ISPRS Series, Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 199-210 DM marco.schmidt@senckenberg.de
Micheels, A., Bruch, A. & V. Mosbrugger (2009): Miocene climate modelling sensitivity experiments for different CO2 concentrations. - Palaeontologia Electronica, 12(2), 6A, 20 p. DM vmosbrugger@senckenberg.de
Micheels, A., Eronen, J. & V. Mosbrugger (2009): The Late Miocene climate response to a modern Sahara desert. - Global and Planetary Change 67: 193-204. DM vmosbrugger@senckenberg.de
Öster, M., Ask, K., Römermann, C., Tackenberg, O. & O. Eriksson (2009): Plant colonization of ex-arable fields from adjacent species-rich grasslands: The importance of dispersal vs. recruitment ability. - Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 130: 93–99. DM Tackenberg@bio.uni-frankfurt.de
Ozinga, W.A., Römermann, C., Bekker, R.M., Prinzing, A., Tamis, W.L.M., Schaminée, J.H.J., Hennekens, S.M., Thompson, K., Poschlod, P., M. Kleyer, M., Bakker, J.P. & J.M. van Groenendael (2009): Dispersal failure contributes to plant losses in NW Europe. - Ecology Letters 12: 66-74. DM Christine.Roemermann@biologie.uni-regensburg.de
Römermann, C., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Kleyer, M. & P. Poschlod (2009): Substitutes for grazing in semi-natural grasslands- represent mowing or mulching valuable alternatives to maintain vegetation dynamics? - Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 1086-1098. DM Christine.Roemermann@biologie.uni-regensburg.de
Scheiter, S. & S. I. Higgins (2009): Impacts of climate change on the vegetation of Africa: an adaptive dynamic vegetation modelling approach (aDGVM). - Global Change Biology 15, 2224–2246. DM steven.higgins@otago.ac.nz;scheiter@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Zizka, G., Schmidt, M., Schulte, K., Novoa, P., Pinto, R. & K. König (2009): Chilean Bromeliaceae: diversity, distribution and evaluation of conservation status. - Biodiversity and Conservation 18 (9): 2449-2471. DM georg.zizka@senckenberg.de;Katharina.Schulte@senckenberg.de;marco.schmidt@senckenberg.de