Waldweide in Europa

Unter dieser Überschrift sind eine Reihe von abgeschlossenen und fortlaufenden Forschungs- und Publikationsprojekten seit 2007 zusammengefasst, die die faszinierenden Komplexhabitate europäischer Waldweidesysteme zum Thema (gehabt) haben.

 

Publikationen:

Bergmeier, E, Petermann, J. & Schröder, E. 2010. Geobotanical survey of wood-pasture habitats in Europe: diversity, threats and conservation. – Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 2995-3014.

Bergmeier, E. & Roellig, M. 2014: Diversity, threats and conservation of European wood-pastures. Pp. 19-38, in Hartel, T. & Plieninger, T.: European wood-pastures in transition. Routledge, Abingdon & New York.

Bauer, E.-M. & Bergmeier, E. 2011: The mountain woodlands of western Crete – plant communities, forest goods, grazing impact and conservation. – Phytocoenologia 41: 73-105.Bergmeier, E. & Roellig, M. 2014: Diversity, threats and conservation of European wood-pastures. Pp. 19-38, in Hartel, T. & Plieninger, T.: European wood-pastures in transition. Routledge, Abingdon & New York.

Bergmeier, E. 2013: Historische Waldnutzungsformen in Europa. – Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt 131: 83-104.

Chaideftou, E., Thanos, C. A., Bergmeier, E., Kallimanis, A. & Dimopoulos, P. 2009: Seed bank composition and above-ground vegetation in response to grazing in sub-Mediterranean oak forests (NW Greece). – Plant Ecology 201: 255–265.

Chaideftou, E., Thanos, C. A., Bergmeier, E., Kallimanis, A. & Dimopoulos, P. 2011: The herb layer restoration potential of the soil seed bank in an overgrazed oak forest. – Journal of Biological Research 15: 47-57.

Garbarino, M. & Bergmeier, E. 2014: Plant and vegetation diversity in European wood-pastures. Pp. 113-131, in Hartel, T. & Plieninger, T.: European wood-pastures in transition. Routledge, Abingdon & New York.

Plieninger, T., Hartel, T., Martin-Lopez, B., Beaufoy, G, Bergmeier, E., Kirby, K., Montero, M. J., Moreno, G., Oteros-Rozas, E. & Van Uytvanck, J. 2015: Wood-pastures of Europe: Geographic coverage, social-ecological values, conservation management, and policy implications. Biological Conservation 190: 70–79.