Nina Farwig
Nina Farwig
Conservation Ecology, University Marburg
Verified email at ninafarwig.de
TitleCited byYear
Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas
WF Laurance, DC Useche, J Rendeiro, M Kalka, CJA Bradshaw, ...
Nature 489 (7415), 290, 2012
7502012
An estimate of the number of tropical tree species
JWF Slik, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, SI Aiba, P Alvarez-Loayza, LF Alves, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7472-7477, 2015
1792015
The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 4 (24), 4701-4735, 2014
1292014
Enhanced seed dispersal of Prunus africana in fragmented and disturbed forests?
N Farwig, K Böhning-Gaese, B Bleher
Oecologia 147 (2), 238-252, 2006
1232006
Effects of local disturbance of tropical forests on frugivores and seed removal of a small‐seeded Afrotropical tree
JM Kirika, N Farwig, K BÖHNING‐GAESE
Conservation Biology 22 (2), 318-328, 2008
912008
Forest fragmentation and selective logging have inconsistent effects on multiple animal-mediated ecosystem processes in a tropical forest
M Schleuning, N Farwig, MK Peters, T Bergsdorf, B Bleher, R Brandl, ...
PloS one 6 (11), e27785, 2011
832011
Isolation from forest reduces pollination, seed predation and insect scavenging in Swiss farmland
N Farwig, D Bailey, E Bochud, JD Herrmann, E Kindler, N Reusser, ...
Landscape Ecology 24 (7), 919-927, 2009
812009
Human disturbance reduces genetic diversity of an endangered tropical tree, Prunus africana (Rosaceae)
N Farwig, C Braun, K Böhning-Gaese
Conservation genetics 9 (2), 317, 2008
802008
Imagine a world without seed dispersers: a review of threats, consequences and future directions
N Farwig, DG Berens
Basic and Applied Ecology 13 (2), 109-115, 2012
772012
Conservation value of forest plantations for bird communities in western Kenya
N Farwig, N Sajita, K Böhning-Gaese
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (11), 3885-3892, 2008
762008
Fragmentation and local disturbance of forests reduce frugivore diversity and fruit removal in Ficus thonningii trees
JM Kirika, B Bleher, K Böhning-Gaese, R Chira, N Farwig
Basic and Applied Ecology 9 (6), 663-672, 2008
722008
Effects of forest modification on bird community composition and seed removal in a heterogeneous landscape in South Africa
EL Neuschulz, A Botzat, N Farwig
Oikos 120 (9), 1371-1379, 2011
642011
The database of the Predicts (Projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
622017
Exotic guavas are foci of forest regeneration in Kenyan farmland
DG Berens, N Farwig, G Schaab, K Böhning‐Gaese
Biotropica 40 (1), 104-112, 2008
602008
Frequent bird movements across a highly fragmented landscape: the role of species traits and forest matrix
EL Neuschulz, M Brown, N Farwig
Animal Conservation 16 (2), 170-179, 2013
552013
Ecological networks are more sensitive to plant than to animal extinction under climate change
M Schleuning, J Fruend, O Schweiger, E Welk, J Albrecht, M Albrecht, ...
Nature Communications 7, 13965, 2016
542016
Comparing species interaction networks along environmental gradients
L Pellissier, C Albouy, J Bascompte, N Farwig, C Graham, M Loreau, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 785-800, 2018
382018
Predicting bee community responses to land-use changes: Effects of geographic and taxonomic biases
A De Palma, S Abrahamczyk, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, Y Basset, A Bates, ...
Scientific Reports 6, 31153, 2016
372016
Do power lines and protected areas present a catch-22 situation for cape vultures (Gyps coprotheres)?
WL Phipps, K Wolter, MD Michael, LM MacTavish, RW Yarnell
PLoS One 8 (10), e76794, 2013
332013
Additive effects of exotic plant abundance and land-use intensity on plant–pollinator interactions
I Grass, DG Berens, F Peter, N Farwig
Oecologia 173 (3), 913-923, 2013
312013
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