Dr.rer.nat. (PhD) Thomas Asbeck
Dr.rer.nat. (PhD) Thomas Asbeck
Chair of silviculture, University of Freiburg
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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
Predicting abundance and diversity of tree-related microhabitats in Central European montane forests from common forest attributes
T Asbeck, P Pyttel, J Frey, J Bauhus
Forest Ecology and Management 432, 400-408, 2019
The use of tree-related microhabitats as forest biodiversity indicators and to guide integrated forest management
T Asbeck, J Großmann, Y Paillet, N Winiger, J Bauhus
Current Forestry Reports 7 (1), 59-68, 2021
Evaluating the effectiveness of retention forestry to enhance biodiversity in production forests of Central Europe using an interdisciplinary, multi‐scale approach
I Storch, J Penner, T Asbeck, M Basile, J Bauhus, V Braunisch, ...
Ecology and evolution 10 (3), 1489-1509, 2020
What do tree-related microhabitats tell us about the abundance of forest-dwelling bats, birds, and insects?
M Basile, T Asbeck, M Jonker, AK Knuff, J Bauhus, V Braunisch, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 264, 110401, 2020
Diversification of forest management regimes secures tree microhabitats and bird abundance under climate change
ALD Augustynczik, T Asbeck, M Basile, J Bauhus, I Storch, G Mikusiński, ...
Science of the Total Environment 650, 2717-2730, 2019
Insect abundance in managed forests benefits from multi-layered vegetation
AK Knuff, M Staab, J Frey, CF Dormann, T Asbeck, AM Klein
Basic and Applied Ecology 48, 124-135, 2020
Biodiversity response to forest management intensity, carbon stocks and net primary production in temperate montane forests
T Asbeck, F Sabatini, ALD Augustynczik, M Basile, J Helbach, M Jonker, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1625, 2021
Woodpecker cavity establishment in managed forests: relative rather than absolute tree size matters
M Basile, T Asbeck, C Pacioni, G Mikusiński, I Storch
Wildlife Biology 2020 (1), 1-9, 2020
Predicting tree-related microhabitats by multisensor close-range remote sensing structural parameters for the selection of retention elements
J Frey, T Asbeck, J Bauhus
Remote Sensing 12 (5), 867, 2020
Tree-related microhabitats follow similar patterns but are more diverse in primary compared to managed temperate mountain forests
T Asbeck, D Kozák, AP Spînu, M Mikoláš, V Zemlerová, M Svoboda
Ecosystems 25 (3), 712-726, 2022
Retention of tree-related microhabitats is more dependent on selection of habitat trees than their spatial distribution
T Asbeck, C Messier, J Bauhus
European Journal of Forest Research 139 (6), 1015-1028, 2020
Tree-related microhabitats are similar in mountain forests of Europe and North America and their occurrence may be explained by tree functional groups
T Asbeck, M Basile, J Stitt, J Bauhus, I Storch, KT Vierling
Trees 34, 1453-1466, 2020
How does the forest-based bioeconomy impact forest biodiversity
J Bauhus, J Kouki, Y Paillet, T Asbeck, M Marchetti
Towards a sustainable European forest-based bioeconomy, 67, 2017
Combined retention of large living and dead trees can improve provision of tree-related microhabitats in Central European montane forests
AP Spînu, T Asbeck, J Bauhus
European Journal of Forest Research 141 (6), 1105-1120, 2022
The use of water‐filled tree holes by vertebrates in temperate forests
JJ Kirsch, J Sermon, M Jonker, T Asbeck, MM Gossner, JS Petermann, ...
Wildlife Biology 2021 (1), 1-4, 2021
Reconciling forest profitability and biodiversity conservation under disturbance risk: The role of forest management and salvage logging
ALD Augustynczik, T Asbeck, M Basile, M Jonker, A Knuff, R Yousefpour, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (9), 0940a3, 2020
Where are we now with European forest multi-taxon biodiversity and where can we head to?
S Burrascano, F Chianucci, G Trentanovi, S Kepfer-Rojas, T Sitzia, ...
Biological conservation 284, 110176, 2023
Species co-occurrence and management intensity modulate habitat preferences of forest birds
M Basile, T Asbeck, JM Cordeiro Pereira, G Mikusiński, I Storch
BMC biology 19 (1), 210, 2021
Weak relationships of continuous forest management intensity and remotely sensed stand structural complexity in temperate mountain forests
T Asbeck, J Frey
European Journal of Forest Research 140 (3), 721-731, 2021
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