Christoph Scherber
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Landscape moderation of biodiversity patterns and processes‐eight hypotheses
T Tscharntke, JM Tylianakis, TA Rand, RK Didham, L Fahrig, P Batary, ...
Biological reviews 87 (3), 661-685, 2012
Bottom-up effects of plant diversity on multitrophic interactions in a biodiversity experiment
C Scherber, N Eisenhauer, WW Weisser, B Schmid, W Voigt, M Fischer, ...
Nature 468 (7323), 553, 2010
Multi-functional shade-tree management in tropical agroforestry landscapes – a review.
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (3), 619-629, 2011
Plant diversity effects on soil microorganisms support the singular hypothesis
N Eisenhauer, H Beßler, C Engels, G Gleixner, M Habekost, A Milcu, ...
Ecology 91 (2), 485-496, 2010
Empirical and theoretical challenges in aboveground–belowground ecology
WH Van Der Putten, RD Bardgett, PC De Ruiter, WHG Hol, KM Meyer, ...
Oecologia 161 (1), 1-14, 2009
A quantitative index of land-use intensity in grasslands: integrating mowing, grazing and fertilization
N Blüthgen, CF Dormann, D Prati, VH Klaus, T Kleinebecker, N Hölzel, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 13 (3), 207-220, 2012
The relationship between agricultural intensification and biological control: experimental tests across Europe
C Thies, S Haenke, C Scherber, J Bengtsson, R Bommarco, LW Clement, ...
Ecological Applications 21 (6), 2187-2196, 2011
Landscape simplification filters species traits and drives biotic homogenization
S Gámez-Virués, DJ Perović, MM Gossner, C Börschig, N Blüthgen, ...
Nature communications 6, 8568, 2015
Interannual variation in land-use intensity enhances grassland multidiversity
E Allan, O Bossdorf, CF Dormann, D Prati, MM Gossner, T Tscharntke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (1), 308-313, 2014
Earthworms and legumes control litter decomposition in a plant diversity gradient
A Milcu, S Partsch, C Scherber, WW Weisser, S Scheu
Ecology 89 (7), 1872-1882, 2008
Niche pre‐emption increases with species richness in experimental plant communities
PN Mwangi, M Schmitz, C Scherber, C Roscher, J Schumacher, ...
Journal of Ecology 95 (1), 65-78, 2007
Effects of plant diversity on invertebrate herbivory in experimental grassland
C Scherber, PN Mwangi, VM Temperton, C Roscher, J Schumacher, ...
Oecologia 147 (3), 489-500, 2006
Creation of forest edges has a global impact on forest vertebrates
M Pfeifer, V Lefebvre, CA Peres, C Banks-Leite, OR Wearn, CJ Marsh, ...
Nature 551, 2017
Tree diversity and environmental context predict herb species richness and cover in Germany's largest connected deciduous forest
EA Vockenhuber, C Scherber, C Langenbruch, M Meißner, D Seidel, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13 (2), 111-119, 2011
Spatiotemporal changes of beetle communities across a tree diversity gradient
S Sobek, I Steffan‐Dewenter, C Scherber, T Tscharntke
Diversity and Distributions 15 (4), 660-670, 2009
Landscape composition, connectivity and fragment size drive effects of grassland fragmentation on insect communities
V Rösch, T Tscharntke, C Scherber, P Batary
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (2), 387-394, 2013
Diversity promotes temporal stability across levels of ecosystem organization in experimental grasslands
R Proulx, C Wirth, W Voigt, A Weigelt, C Roscher, S Attinger, J Baade, ...
PLoS one 5 (10), e13382, 2010
Groundwater level controls CO2, N2O and CH4 fluxes of three different hydromorphic soil types of a temperate forest ecosystem
HF Jungkunst, H Flessa, C Scherber, S Fiedler
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (8), 2047-2054, 2008
Biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning in a 15-year grassland experiment: patterns, mechanisms, and open questions
WW Weisser, C Roscher, S Meyer, A Ebeling, G Luo, E Allan, H Beßler, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology, 2017
A comparison of the strength of biodiversity effects across multiple functions
E Allan, WW Weisser, M Fischer, ED Schulze, A Weigelt, C Roscher, ...
Oecologia 173 (1), 223-237, 2013
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