|Association of extinction risk of saproxylic beetles with ecological degradation of forests in Europe|
S Seibold, R Brandl, J Buse, T Hothorn, J Schmidl, S Thorn, J Müller
Conservation Biology 29 (2), 382-390, 2015
|Impacts of salvage logging on biodiversity: A meta‐analysis|
S Thorn, C Bässler, R Brandl, PJ Burton, R Cahall, JL Campbell, J Castro, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (1), 279-289, 2018
|Experimental studies of dead-wood biodiversity—a review identifying global gaps in knowledge|
S Seibold, C Bässler, R Brandl, MM Gossner, S Thorn, MD Ulyshen, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 139-149, 2015
|Microclimate and habitat heterogeneity as the major drivers of beetle diversity in dead wood|
S Seibold, C Bässler, R Brandl, B Büche, A Szallies, S Thorn, MD Ulyshen, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (3), 934-943, 2016
|Arthropod decline in grasslands and forests is associated with landscape-level drivers|
S Seibold, MM Gossner, NK Simons, N Blüthgen, J Müller, D Ambarlı, ...
Nature 574 (7780), 671-674, 2019
|“Primeval forest relict beetles” of Central Europe: a set of 168 umbrella species for the protection of primeval forest remnants|
A Eckelt, J Müller, U Bense, H Brustel, H Bußler, Y Chittaro, L Cizek, ...
Journal of Insect Conservation 22 (1), 15-28, 2018
|Changes in the dominant assembly mechanism drive species loss caused by declining resources|
S Thorn, C Bässler, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, M Cadotte, C Heibl, ...
Ecology Letters 19 (2), 163-170, 2016
|An experimental test of the habitat‐amount hypothesis for saproxylic beetles in a forested region|
S Seibold, C Bässler, R Brandl, L Fahrig, B Förster, M Heurich, T Hothorn, ...
Ecology 98 (6), 1613-1622, 2017
|Retention forestry and prescribed burning result in functionally different saproxylic beetle assemblages than clear-cutting|
O Heikkala, S Seibold, M Koivula, P Martikainen, J Müller, S Thorn, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 359, 51-58, 2016
|The necessity of multitrophic approaches in community ecology|
S Seibold, MW Cadotte, JS MacIvor, S Thorn, J Müller
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (10), 754-764, 2018
|Bark coverage and insects influence wood decomposition: Direct and indirect effects|
MD Ulyshen, J Müller, S Seibold
Applied Soil Ecology 105, 25-30, 2016
|Multi-taxon alpha diversity following bark beetle disturbance: Evaluating multi-decade persistence of a diverse early-seral phase|
MB Winter, C Ammer, R Baier, DC Donato, S Seibold, J Müller
Forest Ecology and Management 338, 32-45, 2015
|Independent effects of host and environment on the diversity of wood‐inhabiting fungi|
FS Krah, S Seibold, R Brandl, P Baldrian, J Müller, C Bässler
Journal of Ecology 106 (4), 1428-1442, 2018
|Dead-wood addition promotes non-saproxylic epigeal arthropods but effects are mediated by canopy openness|
S Seibold, C Bässler, P Baldrian, L Reinhard, S Thorn, MD Ulyshen, ...
Biological Conservation 204, 181-188, 2016
|Wood resource and not fungi attract early‐successional saproxylic species of Heteroptera – an experimental approach|
S Seibold, C Bässler, P Baldrian, S Thorn, J Müller, MM Gossner
Insect Conservation and Diversity 7 (6), 533-542, 2014
|Protecting the forests while allowing removal of damaged trees may imperil saproxylic insect biodiversity in the Hyrcanian beech forests of Iran|
M Jörg, T Simon, B Roland, ST Khosro, HV Barimani, S Sebastian, ...
Conservation Letters 9 (2), 106-113, 2016
|Forest vegetation structure has more influence on predation risk of artificial ground nests than human activities|
S Seibold, A Hempel, S Piehl, C Bässler, R Brandl, S Rösner, J Müller
Basic and applied ecology 14 (8), 687-693, 2013
|Ponds in acidic mountains are more important for bats in providing drinking water than insect prey|
S Seibold, J Buchner, C Bässler, J Müller
Journal of Zoology 290 (4), 302-308, 2013
|Response of bird assemblages to windstorm and salvage logging—Insights from analyses of functional guild and indicator species|
S Thorn, SAB Werner, J Wohlfahrt, C Bässler, S Seibold, P Quillfeldt, ...
Ecological Indicators 65, 142-148, 2016
|Bark-scratching of storm-felled trees preserves biodiversity at lower economic costs compared to debarking|
S Thorn, C Bässler, H Bußler, DB Lindenmayer, S Schmidt, S Seibold, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 364, 10-16, 2016