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Ilse Storch
Ilse Storch
Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Freiburg University
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From connectivity to isolation: genetic consequences of population fragmentation in capercaillie across Europe
G Segelbacher, J Höglund, I Storch
Molecular Ecology 12 (7), 1773-1780, 2003
2362003
Habitat selection by capercaillie in summer and autumn: is bilberry important?
I Storch
Oecologia, 257-265, 1993
2111993
Grouse: status survey and conservation action plan 2006-2010
I Storch
IUCN: International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2007
1872007
Grouse status survey and Conservation Action Plan 2000–2004. WPA/BirdLife/SSC Grouse Specialist Group. IUCN, Gland. Switzerland and Cambridge, UK and the World Pheasant Association
I Storch
Reading, UK 112, 2000
175*2000
Diet and habitat selection of the pine marten in relation to competition with the red fox
I Storch, E Lindström, J De Jounge
Acta Theriologica 35 (3-4), 311-320, 1990
1601990
Conservation status of grouse worldwide: an update
I Storch
Wildlife Biology 13, 5-12, 2007
1512007
On spatial resolution in habitat models: can small-scale forest structure explain capercaillie numbers?
I Storch
Conservation Ecology 6 (1), 2002
1462002
Characterization of microsatellites in capercaillie Tetrao urogallus (AVES)
G Segelbacher, RJ Paxton, G Steinbrück, P Trontelj, I Storch
Molecular Ecology 9 (11), 1934-1935, 2000
1362000
Annual home ranges and spacing patterns of capercaillie in central Europe
I Storch
The Journal of wildlife management, 392-400, 1995
1331995
Capercaillie in the Alps: genetic evidence of metapopulation structure and population decline
G Segelbacher, I Storch
Molecular Ecology 11 (9), 1669-1677, 2002
1262002
Conservation status and threats to grouse worldwide: an overview
I Storch
Wildlife biology 6 (4), 195-204, 2000
1242000
Predictors of forest fragmentation sensitivity in Neotropical vertebrates: a quantitative review
D Vetter, MM Hansbauer, Z Végvári, I Storch
Ecography 34 (1), 1-8, 2011
1202011
Landscape-scale edge effect in predation risk in forest-farmland mosaics of central Europe
I Storch, E Woitke, S Krieger
Landscape Ecology 20, 927-940, 2005
1182005
Retention as an integrated biodiversity conservation approach for continuous-cover forestry in Europe
L Gustafsson, J Bauhus, T Asbeck, ALD Augustynczik, M Basile, J Frey, ...
Ambio 49, 85-97, 2020
1072020
Habitat fragmentation, nest site selection, and nest predation risk in Capercaillie
I Storch
Ornis Scandinavica, 213-217, 1991
1061991
Habitat fragmentation, nest site selection, and nest predation risk in Capercaillie
I Storch
Ornis Scandinavica, 213-217, 1991
1061991
Minimum viable population size of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus: results from a stochastic model
V Grimm, I Storch
Wildlife Biology 6 (4), 219-225, 2000
1012000
Landscape ecology and resource management: linking theory with practice.
JA Bissonette, I Storch
Landscape ecology and resource management: linking theory with practice., 2003
962003
Male territoriality, female range use, and spatial organisation of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus leks
I Storch
Wildlife Biology 3 (3-4), 149-161, 1997
961997
Habitat and survival of capercaillie Tetrao urogallus nests and broods in the Bavarian Alps
I Storch
Biological Conservation 70 (3), 237-243, 1994
921994
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