Landscape Ecology

Dr. Barbara Strauss

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    Landscape Ecology Group 
    University of Oldenburg
    26111 Oldenburg
    Germany

    Room: W2-2-239 

    Tel. ++ 49 (0)441 798 3608
    Fax  ++ 49 (0)441 798 5659 

    email: barbara.strauss(at)uni-oldenburg.de


Barbara Strauss did her PhD within the project TEMPO.

Now she is a member of the project ASSEMBLE.

Publications

Schröder B, Strauss B, Biedermann R, Binzenhöfer B, Settele J (in press): Predictive species distribution modelling in butterflies. in: Settele J,  Konvicka M, Shreeve TG, Dennis R & Van Dyck H (eds). Ecology of Butterflies in Europe, Cambridge University Press.

Strauss B, Biedermann R (2008): Fit for succession – community structure and life strategies of leafhoppers in urban brownfields. Ecological Entomology 33:107-118. [pdf]

Strauss B & Biedermann R (2007): Evaluating temporal and spatial generality: How valid are species-habitat relationship models? Ecological Modelling 204: 104-114. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2006.12.027.[pdf]

Strauss B (2007): Insects in urban brownfields. Analyses of species occurrences, community composition, and trait frequencies along a successional gradient. PhD thesis, University of Oldenburg. [pdf] 

Strauss B & Biedermann R (2006): Urban brownfields as temporary habitats: Driving forces for the diversity of phytophagous insects. Ecography 29: 928-940. doi:10.1111/j.2006.0906-7590.04765.x.[pdf]

Binzenhöfer B, Schröder B, Strauss B, Biedermann R & Settele J (2005): Habitat models and habitat connectivity analysis for butterflies and burnet moths - the example of Zygaena carniolica and Coenonympha arcania. Biological Conservation 126: 247-259. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2005.05.009.[pdf]

Strauss B & Biedermann R (2005): The use of habitat models in conservation of rare and endangered leafhopper species (Hemiptera, Auchenorrhyncha). Journal of Insect Conservation 9: 245-259. doi: 10.1007/s10841-005-8818-7.[pdf]

Strauss B & Biedermann R (2005): Urban brownfields as temporary habitats: Driving forces for the diversity of phytophagous insects. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 35: 205.

Strauß B, Binzenhöfer B & Biedermann R (2004): Landschaftskontext in Habitatmodellen am Beispiel von Coenonympha arcania. UFZ-Berichte 9/2004: 83-86. [pdf]

Strauß B (2002): Habitatmodelle zur Prognose der Vorkommen phytophager Insekten in Mosaikzyklen. Masters thesis, University of Oldenburg. [pdf]