Dr Diana Bowler


iDiv publications


Bowler, D. E., Eichenberg, D., Conze, K. J., Suhling, F., Baumann, K., Bönsel, A., Bittner, T., Drews, A., Günther, A., Isaac, N. J. B., Petzold, F., Seyring, M., Spengler, T., Trockur, B., Willigalla, C., Bruelheide, H., Jansen, F., Bonn, A.

(2020): Winners and losers over 35 years of dragonfly and damselfly distributional change in Germany. bioRxiv (in press)

Bruelheide, H., Jansen, F., Jandt, U., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Bonn, A., Bowler, D., Dengler, J., Eichenberg, D., Grescho, V., Harter, D., Jugelt, M., Kellner, S., Ludwig, M., Wesche, K., Lütt, S.

(2020): Using incomplete floristic monitoring data from habitat mapping programmes to detect species trends. Diversity and Distributions

Nilsen, E. B., Bowler, D. E., Linnell, J. D. C.

(2020): Exploratory and confirmatory research in the open science era. Journal of Applied Ecology 57(4), 842-847

Payne, J. C., Buuveibaatar, B., Bowler, D. E., Olson, K. A., Walzer, C., Kaczensky, P.

(2020): Hidden treasure of the Gobi: understanding how water limits range use of khulan in the Mongolian Gobi. Scientific Reports 10(1)

van Klink, R., Bowler, D. E., Gongalsky, K. B., Swengel, A. B., Gentile, A., Chase, J. M.

(2020): Meta-analysis reveals declines in terrestrial but increases in freshwater insect abundances. Science 368(6489) *

Blowes, S. A., Supp, S. R., Antão, L. H., Bates, A., Bruelheide, H., Chase, J. M., ..., Winter, M., Bjorkman, A. D., Bowler, D. E., ..., Hines, J., Isbell, F., Jones, H. P., Navarro, L. M. et al.

(2019): The geography of biodiversity change in marine and terrestrial assemblages. Science 366(6463), 339-345 *

Bowler, D. E., Bjorkman, A. D., Dornelas, M., Myers-Smith, I. H., Navarro, L. M., ..., Blowes, S. A., Böhning-Gaese, K., Bruelheide, H., ..., Hines, J., ..., Cabral, J. S., Winter, M., Bates, A. E.

(2019): Mapping human pressures across the planet uncovers anthropogenic threat complexes. bioRxiv (in press) *

Bowler, D. E., Heldbjerg, H., Fox, A. D., de Jong, M., Böhning-Gaese, K.

(2019): Long-term declines of European insectivorous bird populations and potential causes. Conservation Biology 33(5), 1120-1130

Jansen, F., Bonn, A., Bowler, D. E., Bruelheide, H., Eichenberg, D

(2019): Moderately common plants show highest relative losses. Conservation Letters (in press) *

Nilsen, E., Bowler, D., Linnell, J.

(2019): Exploratory and confirmatory conservation research in the open science era. EcoEvoRxiv
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