ECODEAL Publications

 

Green field from above. Photo.

Journal articles and reports

Badenhausser I., Gross, N., Mornet, V., Roncoroni, M., Saintilan, A., Rusch, A. (2020)
Increasing amount and quality of green infrastructures at different scales promotes biological control in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 290, 106735 – sciencedirect.com   

Banks HT, Banks JE, Bommarco R, Curtsdotter A, Jonsson T, Laubmeier A (2017) 
Parameter estimation for an allometric food web model. International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 114(1): 143–161 – ijpam.eu

Baey C, Sahlin U, Clough Y, Smith HG (2017) 
A model to account for data dependency when estimating floral cover in different land use types over a season. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 24(4): 505–527 – iprod.lth.se

Boetzl FA., Krimmer E, Krauss J, Steffan‐Dewenter I (2019)
Agri‐environmental schemes promote ground‐dwelling predators in adjacent oilseed rape fields: Diversity, species traits and distance‐decay functions. Journal of Applied Ecology 56(1): 10–20 – onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Boetzl FA., Krauss J, Steffan‐Dewenter I (2019)
Mehr als nur „Bienenweide“ – wie Agrarumweltmaßnahmen bei der natürlichen Schädlingskontrolle helfen. ANLiegen Natur 41(1):61–64 – anl.bayern.de

Bretagnolle, V., Berthet, E., Gross, N., Gauffre, B., Plumejeaud, C., Houte, S., Badenhausser, I., Monceau, K., Allier, F., Monestiez, P. & Gaba, S. (2018) 
Towards sustainable and multifunctional agriculture in farmland landscapes: Lessons from the integrative approach of a French LTSER platform. Science of The Total Environment, 627, 822–834 – sciencedirect.com

Bretagnolle, V., Berthet, E., Gross, N., Gauffre, B., Plumejeaud, C., Houte, S., Badenhausser, I., Monceau,K., Allier,F., Monestiez, P., & Gaba, S. (2018) Description of long-term monitoring of farmland biodiversity in a LTSER. Data in Brief 19: 1310–1313 – sciencedirect.com

Catarino, R., Bretagnolle, V., Perrot, T., Vialloux, F., & Gaba, S. (2019).
Bee pollination outperforms pesticides for oilseed crop production and profitability. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 286(1912), 20191550 – royalsocietypublishing.org

Curtsdotter, A., Banks, H. T., Banks, J. E., Jonsson, M., Jonsson, T., Laubmeier, A. N., Traugott, M,.  Bommarco, R. (2018).
Ecosystem function in predator–prey food webs—confronting dynamic models with empirical data. Journal of Animal Ecology – onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Dainese M, Schneider G, Krauss J, & Steffan-Dewenter I (2017) 
Complementarity among natural enemies enhances pest suppression. Scientific Reports, 7 – nature.com

Dainese, M., Martin, E. A., Aizen, M., Albrecht, M., Bartomeus, I., Bommarco, R., ... & Ghazoul, J. (2019) 
A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production. Science Advances 5(10) eaax0121 (see also bioRxiv, 554170) – advances.sciencemag.org 

Dänhardt J, Nilsson L, Hristov J, Alkan Olsson J, Brady M, Olsson P, Smith HG, Clough Y (2017) 
Ekologiska fokusarealer i samverkan – Utvärdering av effekter på ekosystemtjänster, jordbruk och administration. Naturvårdsverket Rapport 6773 – naturvardsverket.se

Dänhardt, J., Nilsson, L., Hristov, J., Alkan Olsson, J., Brady, M., Olsson, P., Smith, H.G., Clough, Y. (2018) 
Collective Implementation of Ecological Focus Areas. ISBN 978-91-620-6816-5 – naturvardsverket.se

González-Varo JP & M. Vilà (2017) 
Spillover of managed honeybees from mass-flowering crops into natural habitats. Biological Conservation 212: 376–382 – sciencedirect.com 

Häussler J, Sahlin U, Baey C, Smith H G, Clough Y (2017) 
Pollinator population size and pollination ecosystem service responses to enhancing floral and nesting resources. Ecology and Evolution, Volume 7, Issue 6, March 2017 – onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Kirchweger, S., Clough, Y., Kapfer, M., & Kantelhardt, J. (2018) 
Ecological and economic effects of changes in field size and green infrastructure in agricul-tural landscapes. 28th annual conference of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (ÖGA) (PDF, 7.3 MB, new tab)

Kirchweger, S., Clough, Y., Kapfer, M., Steffan-Dewenter, I. & Kantelhardt, J. (2020) 
Do improved pollination services outweigh farm-economic disadvantages of working in small-structured agricultural landscapes? – Development and application of a bio-economic model. Ecological Economics 169 – sciencedirect.com

Le Provost G, Gross N, Börger L, Deraison H, Roncoroni M & Badenhausser I (2017) 
Trait‐matching and mass effect determine the functional response of herbivore communities to land‐use intensification. Functional Ecology 31, 1600–1611 – onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Le Provost G, Badenhausser I, Le Bagousse-Pinguet Y, Clough Y, Henckel L, Violle C., Bretagnolle V, Roncoroni M, Manning P, Gross N (2020)
Land-use history impacts functional diversity across multiple trophic groups. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (published online 2020-01-07) – pnas.org

Magrach A, González-Varo J P, Boiffier M, Vilà M & Bartomeus I (2017) 
Honeybee spillover reshuffles pollinator diets and affects plant reproductive success. Nature ecology & evolution, 1(9), 1299 – nature.com

Magrach A, Holzschuh A, Bartomeus I, Riedinger V, Roberts SPM et al. (2018) 
Plant-pollinator networks in semi-natural grasslands are resistant to the loss of pollinators during blooming of mass-flowering crops. Ecography – onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Martin, E. A., Dainese, M., Clough, Y., Báldi, A., Bommarco, R., Gagic, V., . . . Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2019)
The interplay of landscape composition and configuration: new pathways to manage functional biodiversity and agroecosystem services across Europe. Ecology Letters, 22(7), 1083–1094 – onlinelibrary.wiley.com

Nilsson, L., Clough, Y., Smith, H. G., Alkan Olsson, J., Brady, M. V., Hristov, J., Skantze, K., Ståhlberg, D., Dänhardt, J. (2019)
A suboptimal array of options erodes the value of CAP ecological focus areas. Land Use Policy, 85, 407–418 – sciencedirect.com

Perrot, T., Gaba, S., Roncoroni, M., Gautier, J. L., & Bretagnolle, V. (2018)
Bees increase oilseed rape yield under real field conditions. Agriculture, ecosystems & environment, 266, 39–48 – sciencedirect.com

Perrot, T., Gaba, S., Roncoroni, M., Gautier, J. L., Saintilan, A., & Bretagnolle, V. (2018)
Experimental quantification of insect pollination on sunflower yield, reconciling plant and field scale estimates. Basic and Applied Ecology – sciencedirect.com

Trillo A., Herrera JM, Vilà M (2018)
Managed bumble bees increase flower visitation but not fruit weight in polytunnel strawberry crops. Basic and Applied Ecology, 30, 32–40 – sciencedirect.com.

Posters (selection)

Krimmer E, Martin E, Holzschuh A, Steffan-Dewenter I (2017) 
Let me tell you  ‘bout the flowers and the bees: Can sown flower-rich fields enhance pollination in the agricultural landscape? (PDF, 1.2 MB, new tab)
Poster presented at the Ecology across Borders joint meeting of the GfÖ, BES, NecoV and EEF, Ghent, Belgium 

Häussler J, Sahlin U, Baey C, Smith HG, Clough Y (2016) 
Using spatially explicit process-based modelling to quantify wild bee dynamics and their pollination services (PDF, 2.3 MB, new tab) 
iDiv Annual Conference, Leipzig, 7–8 November 2016

Badenhausser I, Bretagnolle V, Gross N, Le Provost G , Roncoroni M  et al. (2015) 
Ecodeal: un projet de recherche pour établir le rôle des éléments semi-naturels dans le maintien de la biodiversité et des services qu’elle rend aux cultures dans les paysages agricoles (PDF, 1.8 MB, new tab)
Les Prairies et l’Agroécologie, Séminaire Réseau Prairies, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy 4–5 November 2015.