Claudia Bieber
Claudia Bieber
Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei vetmeduni.ac.at
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Population dynamics in wild boar Sus scrofa: ecology, elasticity of growth rate and implications for the management of pulsed resource consumers
C Bieber, T Ruf
Journal of Applied Ecology 42 (6), 1203-1213, 2005
3842005
Hibernation is associated with increased survival and the evolution of slow life histories among mammals
C Turbill, C Bieber, T Ruf
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1723), 3355-3363, 2011
2002011
Population dynamics, sexual activity, and reproduction failure in the fat dormouse (Myoxus glis)
C Bieber
Journal of Zoology 244 (2), 223-229, 1998
1251998
High survival in poor years: life history tactics adapted to mast seeding in the edible dormouse
T Ruf, J Fietz, W Schlund, C Bieber
Ecology 87 (2), 372-381, 2006
1142006
Summer dormancy in edible dormice (Glis glis) without energetic constraints
C Bieber, T Ruf
Naturwissenschaften 96 (1), 165-171, 2009
1072009
Body mass dependent use of hibernation: why not prolong the active season, if they can?
C Bieber, K Lebl, G Stalder, F Geiser, T Ruf
Functional Ecology 28 (1), 167-177, 2014
762014
What is a mild winter? Regional differences in within-species responses to climate change
SG Vetter, T Ruf, C Bieber, W Arnold
PloS one 10 (7), e0132178, 2015
742015
Survival rates in a small hibernator, the edible dormouse: a comparison across Europe
K Lebl, C Bieber, P Adamík, J Fietz, P Morris, A Pilastro, T Ruf
Ecography 34 (4), 683-692, 2011
572011
Energy or information? The role of seed availability for reproductive decisions in edible dormice
K Lebl, K Kürbisch, C Bieber, T Ruf
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 180 (3), 447-456, 2010
462010
Seasonal timing of reproduction and hibernation in the edible dormouse (Glis glis)
C BIEBER
Life in the cold: Evolution, mechanism, adaptation, and application, 113-125, 2004
352004
How to spend the summer? Free-living dormice (Glis glis) can hibernate for 11 months in non-reproductive years
F Hoelzl, C Bieber, JS Cornils, H Gerritsmann, GL Stalder, C Walzer, ...
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 185 (8), 931-939, 2015
342015
Seasonal variation in telomere length of a hibernating rodent
C Turbill, T Ruf, S Smith, C Bieber
Biology Letters 9 (2), 20121095, 2013
332013
High survival during hibernation affects onset and timing of reproduction
C Bieber, R Juškaitis, C Turbill, T Ruf
Oecologia 169 (1), 155-166, 2012
322012
Shy is sometimes better: personality and juvenile body mass affect adult reproductive success in wild boars, Sus scrofa
SG Vetter, C Brandstätter, M Macheiner, F Suchentrunk, H Gerritsmann, ...
Animal Behaviour 115, 193-205, 2016
262016
Living in a seasonal world
T Ruf, C Bieber, W Arnold, E Millesi
Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2012
232012
Dispersal behaviour of the edible dormouse (Myoxus glis L.) in a fragmented landscape in central Germany
C Bieber
Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 6 (1-2), 1995
231995
Telomeres are elongated in older individuals in a hibernating rodent, the edible dormouse (Glis glis)
F Hoelzl, S Smith, JS Cornils, D Aydinonat, C Bieber, T Ruf
Scientific reports 6, 36856, 2016
222016
Local environmental factors affect reproductive investment in female edible dormice
K Lebl, B Rotter, K Kürbisch, C Bieber, T Ruf
Journal of Mammalogy 92 (5), 926-933, 2011
202011
Habitat differences affect life history tactics of a pulsed resource consumer, the edible dormouse (Glis glis)
C Bieber, T Ruf
Population Ecology 51 (4), 481, 2009
202009
Survival, aging, and life-history tactics in mammalian hibernators
T Ruf, C Bieber, C Turbill
Living in a seasonal world, 123-132, 2012
192012
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