publications from- and related to- the project

iLand publications


Seidl, R., Rammer, W., 2016 Climate change amplifies the interactions between wind and bark beetle disturbances in forest landscapes. Landscape Ecol (2016). doi:10.1007/s10980-016-0396-4

Rammer, W., Seidl, R., 2015 Coupling human and natural systems: Simulating adaptive management agents in dynamically changing forest landscapes. Global Environmental Change, 35, 475-485.

Seidl, R., Rammer, W., Blennow, K. 2014 Simulating wind disturbance impacts on forest landscapes: Tree-level heterogeneity matters. Environmental Modelling and Software 51, 1-11.

Seidl, R., Rammer, W., Scheller, R.M., Spies, T.A., 2012. An individual-based process model to simulate landscape-scale forest ecosystem dynamics. Ecol. Model. 231, 87-100.

Seidl, R., Rammer, W., Scheller, R.M., Spies, T.A., Lexer, M.J., 2010. Developing a mechanistic approach to model the effects of climate change on forest dynamics in complex mountain landscapes. MtnClim 2010, June 7-10, Blue River, OR, USA.


Thom, D., Rammer, W., Seidl, R., 2016 Disturbances catalyze the adaptation of forest ecosystems to changing climate conditions. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.13506

Thom, D., Rammer, W., Dirnböck, T., Müller, J., Kobler, J., Katzensteiner, K., Helm, N., Seidl, R., 2016 The impacts of climate change and disturbance on spatio-temporal trajectories of biodiversity in a temperate forest landscape. J Appl Ecol. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12644

Silva Pedro, M., Rammer, W., Seidl, R., 2016 A disturbance-induced increase in tree species diversity
facilitates forest productivity. Landscape Ecology, in press.

Silva Pedro, M., Rammer, W., Seidl, R., 2015 Tree species diversity mitigates disturbance impacts on the forest carbon cycle. Oecologia 177, 619-630.

Seidl, R., Rammer, W., Spies, T.A., 2014 Disturbance legacies increase the resilience of forest ecosystem structure, composition, and functioning. Ecological Applications, 24, 2063–2077.

Seidl, R., Spies, T.A., Rammer, W., Steel, E.A., Pabst, R.J., Olsen, K., 2012 Multi-scale Drivers of Spatial Variation in Old-Growth Forest Carbon Density Disentangled with Lidar and an Individual-Based Landscape Model. Ecosystems 15, 1321-1335.


Seidl, R., Aggestam, F., Rammer, W., Blennow, K., Wolfslehner, B. 2016The sensitivity of current and future forest managers to climate-induced changes in ecological processes. Ambio 45:430. doi:10.1007/s13280-015-0737-6

Seidl, R., Eastaugh, C.S., Kramer, K., Maroschek, M., Reyer, C., Socha, J., Vacchiano, G., Zlatanov, T., Hasenauer, H. 2013 Scaling issues in forest ecosystem management and how to address them with models. European Journal of Forest Research 132, 653-666.

Seidl, R., Blennow, K., 2012 Pervasive growth reduction in Norway spruce forests following wind disturbance. PLoS ONE 7(3): e33301.

Seidl, R., Schelhaas, M.J., Lexer, M.J., 2011 Unraveling the drivers of intensifying forest disturbance regimes in Europe. Glob. Change Biol. 17, 2842-2852.

Seidl, R., Fernandes, P.M., Fonseca, T.F., Gillet, F., Jönsson, A.M., Merganicova, K., Netherer, S., Arpaci, A., Bontemps, J.D., Bugmann, H., Gonzalez-Olabarria, J.R., Lasch, P., Meredieu, C., Moreira, F., Schelhaas, M.J., Mohren, F., 2011. Modelling natural disturbances in forest ecosystems: a review. Ecol. Model. 222, 903-924.

Wolfslehner, B., Seidl, R., 2010. Harnessing ecosystem models and multi-criteria decision analysis for the support of forest management. Environ. Manage. 46, 850-861.

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