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PD Dr. Heike Kappes

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Biodiversität terrestrischer Invertebraten
  • Zusammensetzung von Artengemeinschaften
  • Zusammenhänge zwischen Arten(gemeinschaften) und Umweltfaktoren
  • morphologische und ökologische Charakteristika von Arten
  • Ausbreitung und Etablierung

Publikationen

(hier nur die in Scopus gelisteten, Author-ID: 6602946805)

  • Bonkowski, M. & H. Kappes (2018): Niche partitioning and indication of ontogenetic niche shifts in forest slugs according to stable isotopes – J. Moll. Stud. 84: 111–112.
  • Hudson, L.N., … H. Kappes, … & A. Purvis (2017): The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) Project. – Ecol. & Evol. 7: 145-188.
  • Merckx, V.S.F.T., … H. Kappes, ... & M. Schilthuizen (2015): Evolution of Endemism on a Young Tropical Mountain. – Nature 524: 347-350.
  • Kappes H., D. Kopeć & A. Sulikowska-Drozd (2014): Influence of habitat structure and conditions in floodplain forests on mollusc assemblages. – Pol. J. Ecol. 62: 777-788.
  • Capinha, C., J.J. Vermeulen, M. bin Lakim, M. Schilthuizen & H. Kappes (2014): Susceptibility of tropical mountain forests to biological invasions from the temperate and subtropical zone, exemplified by Zonitoides snails (Gastropoda: Gastrodontidae). – Raffles Bull. Zool. 62: 600-609.
  • Kappes, H. & W. Topp (2014). Responses of forest snail assemblages to soil acidity buffer system and liming. – Ecol. Res. 29: 757-766.
  • Capinha, C., D. Rödder, H.M. Pereira & H. Kappes (2014): Response of non-native European terrestrial gastropods to new climates correlates with biogeographical and biological traits. – Global Ecol. Biogeogr. 23: 857-866.
  • Kappes, H. & M. Schilthuizen (2014): Habitat effects on slug assemblages and introduced species. – J. Moll. Stud. 80: 47-54.
  • Kappes, H., O. Tackenberg & P. Haase (2014): Differences in dispersal- and colonization-related traits between taxa from the freshwater and the terrestrial realm. – Aquatic Ecol. 48: 73-83 (plus cover).
  • Kappes, H. (2013): Genetics and morphology of the genus Tritetrabdella (Hirudinea, Haemadipsidae) from the mountainous rain forests of Sabah, Borneo, reveal a new species with two new subspecies. – Contr. Zool. 82: 185-197.
  • Sulikowska-Drozd, A., T.K. Maltz & H. Kappes (2013): Brooding in a temperate zone land snail: seasonal and regional patterns. – Contr. Zool. 82: 85-94.
  • Sundermann, A., M. Gerhardt, H. Kappes & P. Haase (2013): Stressor prioritisation in riverine ecosyste­ms: Which environmental factors shape benthic invertebrate assemblage metrics? – Ecol. Indic. 27: 83-96
  • Kappes, H., L. Katzschner & C. Nowak (2012): Urban summer heat load: meteorological data as a proxy for metropolitan biodiversity. – Meteorol. Z. 21: 525-528.
  • Kappes, H., S. Stoll & P. Haase (2012): Differences in field behavior between native gastropods and the fast-spreading invader Arion lusitanicus auct. non Mabille. – Belg. J. Zool. 142: 49-58.
  • Kappes, H., A. Clausius & W. Topp (2012): Historical small scale surface structures as a model for post-mining land reclamation. – Restoration Ecol. 20: 322-330.
  • Kappes, H. & P. Haase (2012): Slow, but steady: dispersal of freshwater molluscs. – Aquat. Sci. 74: 1-14.
  • Kappes, H., A. Sundermann & P. Haase (2011): Distant land use affects terrestrial and aquatic habitats of high naturalness. – Biodiv. Cons. 20: 2297-2309.
  • Kappes, H., Sundermann, A. & P. Haase (2010): High spatial variability biases the space-for-time approach in environmental monitoring. – Ecol. Indic. 10: 1202-1205.
  • Topp, W., K. Thelen & H. Kappes (2010): Soil dumping techniques and afforestation drive ground-dwelling beetle assemblages in a 25 year-old open cast mining reclamation area. – Ecol. Engineering 36: 751-756.
  • Kappes, H., K. Jordaens, N. Van Houtte, F. Hendrickx, J-P. Maelfait, L. Lens, T. Backeljau (2009): A land snail's view of a fragmented landscape. – Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 98: 839-850.
  • Kappes, H., J.D. Delgado, M.R. Alonso & M. Ibáñez (2009): Native and introduced gastropods in laurel forests on Tenerife, Canary Islands. – Acta Oecol. 35: 581-589.
  • Kappes, H., K. Jordaens, F. Hendrickx, J-P. Maelfait, L. Lens, T. Backeljau (2009): Response of snails and slugs to fragmentation of lowland forests in NW Germany. – Landscape Ecol. 24: 685-697.
  • Kappes, H., M. Jabin, J. Kulfan, P. Zach & W. Topp (2009): Spatial patterns of litter-dwelling taxa in relation to the amounts of coarse woody debris in European temperate deciduous forests. – Forest Ecol. Manage. 257: 1255-1260.
  • Topp, W., H. Kappes, Rogers, F. (2008): Response of litter-dwelling beetle (Coleoptera) assembla­ges to giant knotweed (Reynoutria spp.) invasion. – Biol. Invasions 10: 381-390.
  • Kappes, H., C. Catalano & W. Topp (2007): Coarse woody debris ameliorates chemical and biotic soil parameters of acidified broad-leaved forests. – Appl. Soil Ecol. 36: 190-198.
  • Kappes, H., R. Lay & W. Topp (2007): Changes in different trophic levels of litter-dwelling macrofauna associated with giant knotweed invasion. – Ecosystems 10: 734-744.
  • Schlender, M., A. Skibbe, H. Kappes & W. Topp (2007): Complex responses of songbirds to soil acidification of managed beech forests in Central Europe. – Ecosystems 10: 579-587.
  • Kappes, H. (2006): Relations between forest management and slug assemblages (Gastropoda) of deciduous regrowth forests. – Forest Ecol. Manage. 237: 450-457.
  • Kappes, H., W. Topp, P. Zach & J. Kulfan (2006): Coarse woody debris, soil properties, and snails (Mol­lusca: Gastropoda) in European primeval forests of different climates. – Eur. J. Soil Biol. 42: 139-146.
  • Topp, W., H. Kappes, J. Kulfan & P. Zach (2006): Distribution pattern of woodlice (Isopoda) and milli­pedes (Diplopoda) in four primeval forests of the Western Carpathians (Central Slovacia). – Soil Biol. Biochem. 38: 43-50.
  • Topp, W., H. Kappes, J. Kulfan & P. Zach (2006): Litter-dwelling beetles in primeval forests of  Central Europe: does deadwood matter? – J. Insect Cons. 10: 229-239.
  • Kappes, H. (2005): Influence of coarse woody debris on the gastropod community (Mollusca: Gastropoda) in a managed calcareous beech forest in Western Europe. – J. Moll. Stud. 71: 85-91.
  • Kappes, H. & U. Sinsch (2005): Species- and clone-specific responses to environmental stimuli in the cladocerans Bosmina cornuta and B. pellucida - a comparison with Daphnia. – Marine Freshw. Behav. Physiol. 38: 199-208.
  • Kappes, H. & U. Sinsch (2005): Tolerance of Ceriodaphnia quadrangula and Diaphanosoma bra­chyu­rum (Crustacea: Cladocera) to experimental soft water acidification. – Hydrobiologia 534: 109-115.
  • Kappes, H. & W. Topp (2004): Coleoptera from deadwood in a managed broadleaved forest in Central Europe. – Biodiv. Conserv. 13: 1905-1924.
  • Jabin, M., D. Mohr, H. Kappes & W. Topp (2004): Influence of deadwood on soil macro-arthropods in an oak-beech forest. – Forest Ecol. Manage. 194: 61-69.
  • Neumann, D. & H. Kappes (2003): On the growth of bivalve gills initiated from a lobule-producing budding zone. – Biol. Bull. 205: 73-82.
  • (Kappes, H. & U. Sinsch (2002): Morphological variation in Bosmina longirostris (O.F. Müller, 1785) (Crustacea: Cladocera): Consequence of cyclomorphosis or indication of cryptic species? – J. Zool. Syst. Evol. Research 40: 113-122.
  • Kappes, H. & U. Sinsch (2002): Temperature- and predator-induced phenotypic plasticity in Bosmina cornuta and B. pellucida (Crustacea: Cladocera). - Freshw. Biol. 47: 1944-1955.
  • Kappes, H., C. Mechenich & U. Sinsch (2000): Long-term dynamics of Asplanchna priodonta in Lake Windsborn with comments on the diet. – Hydrobiologia 432: 91-100.