Jan O. Engler
Jan O. Engler
Independent PostDoc on Demand, Visiting Professor Geography Dept. Ghent University
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Mapping species distributions with MAXENT using a geographically biased sample of presence data: a performance assessment of methods for correcting sampling bias
Y Fourcade, JO Engler, D Rödder, J Secondi
PloS one 9 (5), e97122, 2014
Quantitative metrics of overlaps in Grinnellian niches: advances and possible drawbacks
D Rödder, JO Engler
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (6), 915-927, 2011
On the brink of extinction? How climate change may affect global chelonian species richness and distribution
F Ihlow, J Dambach, JO Engler, M Flecks, T Hartmann, S Nekum, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (5), 1520-1530, 2012
Conservation genetics: Linking science with practice
R Holderegger, N Balkenhol, J Bolliger, JO Engler, F Gugerli, A Hochkirch, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (17), 3848-3856, 2019
Final countdown for biodiversity hotspots
JC Habel, L Rasche, UA Schneider, JO Engler, E Schmid, D Rödder, ...
Conservation Letters 12 (6), e12668, 2019
Avian SDMs: current state, challenges, and opportunities
JO Engler, D Stiels, K Schidelko, D Strubbe, P Quillfeldt, M Brambilla
Journal of avian biology 48 (12), 1483-1504, 2017
Evolutionary History of Wild Barley (Hordeum vulgare subsp. spontaneum) Analyzed Using Multilocus Sequence Data and Paleodistribution Modeling
SS Jakob, D Rödder, JO Engler, S Shaaf, H Özkan, FR Blattner, B Kilian
Genome biology and evolution 6 (3), 685-702, 2014
Rapid lizard radiation lacking niche conservatism: ecological diversification within a complex landscape
F Ahmadzadeh, M Flecks, MA Carretero, W Böhme, C Ilgaz, JO Engler, ...
Journal of Biogeography 40 (9), 1807-1818, 2013
Multiple dispersal out of Anatolia: biogeography and evolution of oriental green lizards
F Ahmadzadeh, M Flecks, D Rödder, W Böhme, Ç Ilgaz, DJ Harris, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 110 (2), 398-408, 2013
Confronting expert-based and modelled distributions for species with uncertain conservation status: a case study from the corncrake (Crex crex)
Y Fourcade, JO Engler, AG Besnard, D Rödder, J Secondi
Biological Conservation 167, 161-171, 2013
Evaluating the significance of paleophylogeographic species distribution models in reconstructing Quaternary range-shifts of Nearctic chelonians
D Rödder, AM Lawing, M Flecks, F Ahmadzadeh, J Dambach, JO Engler, ...
PLoS One 8 (10), e72855, 2013
Species distribution models contribute to determine the effect of climate and interspecific interactions in moving hybrid zones
JO Engler, D Rödder, O Elle, A Hochkirch, J Secondi
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (11), 2487-2496, 2013
Missing the target? A critical view on butterfly conservation efforts on calcareous grasslands in south-western Germany
KJ Filz, JO Engler, J Stoffels, M Weitzel, T Schmitt
Biodiversity and Conservation 22, 2223-2241, 2013
Comparative landscape genetics of three closely related sympatric Hesperid butterflies with diverging ecological traits
JO Engler, N Balkenhol, KJ Filz, JC Habel, D Rödder
PLoS one 9 (9), e106526, 2014
Predicting the potential distribution of the invasive Common Waxbill Estrilda astrild (Passeriformes: Estrildidae)
D Stiels, K Schidelko, JO Engler, R van den Elzen, D Rödder
Journal of Ornithology 152, 769-780, 2011
Seed characteristics and germination limitations in the highly invasive Fallopia japonica s.l. (Polygonaceae)
J Engler, K Abt, C Buhk
Ecological Research 26, 555-562, 2011
Niche shift in four non‐native estrildid finches and implications for species distribution models
D Stiels, B Gaißer, K Schidelko, JO Engler, D Rödder
Ibis 157 (1), 75-90, 2015
Suitable, reachable but not colonised: seasonal niche duality in an endemic mountainous songbird
JO Engler, D Rödder, D Stiels, MI Förschler
Journal of ornithology 155, 657-669, 2014
Quantifying apart what belongs together: A multi‐state species distribution modelling framework for species using distinct habitats
VF Frans, AA Augé, H Edelhoff, S Erasmi, N Balkenhol, JO Engler
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (1), 98-108, 2018
How fine is fine-scale? Questioning the use of fine-scale bioclimatic data in species distribution models used for forecasting abundance patterns in butterflies.
KJ Filz, T Schmitt, JO Engler
European Journal of Entomology 110 (2), 2013
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