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11/02/2020 -Contribution to the upcoming 2020 edition of the WWF's Living Planet Report

AlienScenarios will contribute to a chapter of the upcoming 2020 Living Planet Report called 'Imagining the future', which will feature the role of models and scenarios and is led by IIASA. This is a great opportunity to contribute to this comprehensive study of trends in global biodiversity, to show how recent scientific advances now allows us to make projections and implement models exploring how humans may shape the future of biodiversity.

Mission statement

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Projects

In the AlienScenarios project, we will quantitatively elucidate the range of plausible future invasion trajectories, provide crucially needed data for pro-active alien species management and policy, and explore options for arriving at preferred futures through the adaptation of existing policies.
GloNAF (Global Naturalized Alien Flora) is a living database project about alien plant species and became a synonym for many related projects dealing with all kinds of scientific and policy relevant questions and studies about alien species (also other taxa) and related data.
COST Action CA17122 is a research network funded by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).

The Action will address multidisciplinary research questions in relation to developing and implementing Citizen Science; advancing scientific understanding of Alien Species dynamics while informing decision-making, specifically implementation of technical requirements of relevant legislation such as the EU Regulation 1143/2014 on Invasive Alien Species.
In WeedClim we will compare agricultural weeds for their invasive potential under climate and land use change developing a management adaptation toolkit to aid stakeholders across all groups.
Update of the Checklist of Non-Native Vascular Plant Species of Austria.

The first checklist of Austrian alien vascular plants was published in 2002 and contained 1110 taxa. Additional information on the species such as their regional establishment and potential pathways leading to their introduction are given as far as they are known. The database was partially updated in 2009. As part of the update of all alien species checklist for Austria, this database will be updated. Along with the addition of many new vascular plant species the information on all alien vascular plants will be updated. Further, database categories regarding introduction pathways will be updated to current categories compatible with international standards.

Publications

Peer-reviewed articles

1.       Novoa A, Richardson D, ..., Essl F, … (2020) Invasion syndromes: An approach for achieving generalizations in invasion science. Biological Invasions, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-020-02220-w.

2.       Jaric I, Courchamp F, Correia R, Crowley S, Essl F, … (2020) The role of species charisma in biological invasions. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, in press.

3.       Sande MT, Bruehleide H, …, Essl F, … (2020) Similar factors underlie tree abundance in forests in native and alien ranges. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29, 281-294.

4.       Essl F, Courchamp F, Dullinger S, Jeschke J, Schindler S (2020) Make Open Access Publishing Fair and Transparent! BioScience, 70, in press.

5.       Dengler J, Matthews T, …, Essl F, … (2020) Species-area relationships in continuous vegetation: evidence from Palearctic grasslands. Journal of Biogeography, 47, 72-86.

6.       Essl F, Dullinger S, Genovesi P, Hulme PE, Jeschke JM, Katsanevakis S, Kühn I, Lenzner B, Pauchard A, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Richardson DM, Seebens H, van Kleunen M, van der Puttten WH, Vilà M, Bacher S (2020) Distinct Biogeographic Phenomena Require a Specific Terminology: A Reply to Wilson and Sagoff. BioScience, 70, 112-114.

7.       Otero I, Pe’er G, Farrell KN, Plutzar C, Pueyo S, …, Essl F, … (2020) Biodiversity policy beyond economic growth. Conservation Letters, in press.

8.       Follak S, Schwarz M, Essl F (2020) First record of Eriochloa villosa (Thunb.) Kunth in Austria and notes on its distribution and agricultural impact in Central Europe. Bioinvasion Records, 9, in press.

9.       Ascensão F, Latombe G, Anadón JD, Abellàn P, Cadador L, Carrete M, Tella JL, Capinha C (2020) Drivers of compositional dissimilarity for native and alien birds: the relative roles of human activity and environmental suitability. Biol Invasions (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-020-02196-7

10.   Klonner G, Wessely J, Gattringer A, Moser D, Dullinger I, …, Essl F, Dullinger S (2019) Effects of climate change and horticulture on ornamental plant invasions in Europe. Ecography,42, 1548-1557.

11.   Pergl J, Pyšek P, Essl F, Jeschke JM, Courchamp F, Geist J, Hejda M, Kowarik I, Mill A, Musseau C, Pipek P, Saul WC, von Schmalensee M, Strayer D (2019) Need for routine tracking of biological invasions. Conservation Biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13445.

12.   Lenzner B, Leclère D, Franklin O, Seebens H, Roura-Pascual N, Obersteiner M, Dullinger S, Essl F (2019) A framework on how to build global 21st century scenarios and models of biological invasions. BioScience., 69, 697-710.

13.   Essl F, Dawson W, Kreft H, Pergl J, Pyšek P, … (2019) Drivers of changes in the relative richness of naturalized and invasive alien plants worldwide. AoB Plants, 11, https://doi.org/10.1093/aobpla/plz051.

14.   Baatar U, Dirnböck T, Essl F, Moser D, Wessely J, et al. (2019) Evaluating climatic threats to habitat types based on co-occurrence patterns of characteristic species. Basic and Applied Ecology, 28, 23-35.

15.   Essl F (2019) An overview of the first occurrences of Rhodotypos scandens in Austria. Bioinvasion Records, 8, 726-741.

16.   Essl F (2019) First records of casual occurrences of Trachycarpus fortunei in Austria. Bioinvasion Records, 8, 471-477.

17.   Soler R, Rumpf S, Schindler S, Martínez Pastur G, Barrera M, Cellini M, Pérez Flores M, Essl F, Rabitsch W, Lencinas MV (2019) Twelve-year dynamics of alien and native understorey plants following variable retention harvesting in Nothofagus pumilio forests in Southern Patagonia. Forest Ecology and Management, 449, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2019.07.001.

18.   Essl F, Dullinger S, Genovesi P, Hulme PE, Jeschke JM, Katsanevakis S, Kühn I, Lenzner B, Pauchard A, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Richardson DM, Seebens H, van Kleunen M, van der Puttten WH, Vilà M, Bacher S (2019) A conceptual framework for range-expanding species that track human-induced environmental change. Bioscience 69, 908-919.

19.   Liedtke R, Barros A, Essl F, Lembrechts JJ, Wedegärtner REM, Pauchard A, Dullinger S (2019) Hiking trails as conduits for the spread of non-native species into mountain areas. Biological Invasions, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-019-02165-9.

20.   Biurrun I, Burrascano S, Dembicz I, Guarino R, Kapfer J, …, Essl F, … (2019) GrassPlot v. 2.00 – first update on the database of multi-scale plant diversity in Palaearctic grasslands. Palearctic Grasslands 44, DOI: 10.21570/EDGG.PG.44.26-47.

21.   Essl F, Lenzner B, Courchamp F, Dullinger S, Jeschke JM, Kühn I, Leung B, Moser D, Roura-Pascual N, Seebens H (2019) Introducing AlienScenarios: a project to develop scenarios and models of biological invasions for the 21st century. NeoBiota, 45, 1-17.

22.   Guo WY, van Kleunen M, …, Essl F, … (2019) Domestic gardens play a dominant role in selecting alien species with adaptive strategies that facilitate naturalization. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 28, 628-639.

23.   Pyšek P, Dawson W, Essl F, … (2019) Contrasting patterns of naturalized plant richness in the Americas: numbers are higher in the North but expected to rise sharply in the South. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 28, 779-783.

24.   Vilá M, Gallardo B, Preda C, García-Berthou E, Essl F, Kenis M, Roy HE, González-Moreno P (2019) A review of impact assessment protocols of non-native plants. Biological Invasions, 21, 709-723.

25.   Townsend P, …, Essl F, … (2019) Open Access solutions for biodiversity journals: Don’t replace one problem with another. Diversity and Distributions, 25, 5-8.

26.   Delvaux CS, Weigelt P, …, Essl F, … (2019) Mycorrhizal fungi shape global plant biogeography. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 3, 424-429.

27.   Jaric I, Heger T, …, Essl F (2019) Crypticity in biological invasions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 34, 291-302.

28.   Ansong M, Pergl J, Essl F, Hejda M, van Kleunen M, Rondall R, Pyšek P (2019) Naturalized and invasive alien flora of Ghana. Biological Invasions, 21, 669-683.

29.   Van Kleunen M, Winter M, …, Essl F, … (2019) The Global Naturalized Alien Flora (GloNAF) database. Journal of Ecology, 100, e02542.

30.   Razanajatovoa M, van Kleunen M, Kreft H, Dawson W, Essl F, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Winter M, Weigelt P (2019) Autofertility and self‐compatibility moderately benefit island colonization of plants. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 28, 341-352.

31.   Roy H, Bacher S, Essl F, Adriaens T, Adridge DC, et al. (2019) Horizon scanning for invasive alien species likely to threaten biodiversity in the European Union. Global Change Biology, 25, 1032-1048.

32.   Fenesi A, Sándor D, Pyšek P, Dawson W, Ruprecht E, Essl F, Kreft H, Pergl J, Weigelt P, Winter M, van Kleunen M (2019) The role of fruit heteromorphism in naturalization of Asteraceae. Annals of Botany,123, 1043-1052.

33.   González-Moreno P, Lazzaro L, Vilà M, Preda C, Adriaens T, Bacher S, Brundu G, Copp GH, Essl F, et al. (2019) Consistency of impact assessment protocols for non-native species. Neobiota, 44, 1-25.

34.   Giakoumi S, Hermoso V, Carvalho S, Markantonatou V, Dagys M, … Essl F, … (2019) Conserving European biodiversity across realms. Conservation Letters, 12, https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12586.

35.   Latombe GRoura‐Pascual NHui C (2019) Similar compositional turnover but distinct insular environmental and geographical drivers of native and exotic ants in two oceansJournal of Biogeography 001– 12https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13671

36.   McGeoch MALatombe GAndrew NRNakagawa SNipperess DARoigé MMarzinelli EM,Campbell AHVergés AThomas TSteinberg PDSelwood KEHenriksen MV, Hui C (2019) Measuring continuous compositional change using decline and decay in zeta diversityEcology 0000):e02832. 10.1002/ecy.2832

37.   Kovacevic A, Latombe G, Chown SL (2019) Rate dynamics of ectotherm responses to thermal stress. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286(1902), 20190174.

38.   Latombe GCanavan SHirsch HHui CKumschick SNsikani MMPotgieter LJRobinson TB, Saul W‐CTurner SCWilson JRUYannelli FA, Richardson DM (2019) A four‐component classification of uncertainties in biological invasions: implications for managementEcosphere 10(4):e02669. 10.1002/ecs2.2669

39.   Pauchard A, Meyerson LA, …, Essl F, … (2018) Biodiversity assessments: origin matters. PLoS Biology, 16, e2006686.

40.   Schindler S, Rabitsch W, Essl F, Wallner P, Lemmerer K, Follak S, Hutter HP (2018) Alien species and human health: a stakeholder perspective on challenges and solutions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, DOI: 10.3390/ijerph15112527.

41.   Canavan S, Maurel N, Lozano V, Brundu G, Meyerson LA, Packer JG, Pyšek P, Canavan K, Cicatelli A, Čuda J, Dawson W, Essl F, Guarino F, Guo WY, van Kleunen M, Kreft H, Lambertini C, Pergl J, Skálová H, Soreng RJ, Visser V, Vorontsova MS, Weigelt P, Winter M, Richardson DM, Wilson JRU (2018) Tall-statured grasses: a useful functional group for invasion science. Biological Invasions, 21, 37-58.

42.   Guo WY, van Kleunen M, Winter M, …, Essl F, … (2018) The role of adaptive strategies in plant naturalization. Ecology Letters, 21, 1380-1389.

43.   Follak S, Eberius M, Essl F, Sedlacek N, Trögnitz F (2018) Invasive alien plants along roadsides in Europe. EPPO Bulletin, https://doi.org/10.1111/epp.12465.

44.   Moser D, Lenzner B, Weigelt P, Dawson W, Kreft H, Pergl J, Pyšek P, van Kleunen M, Winter M, Capinha C, Cassey P, Dullinger S, Economo EP, García-Diaz P, Guénard B, Hofhansl F, Mang T, Seebens H, Essl F (2018) Isolation increases island susceptibility to the establishment of alien animals and plants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, 9270-9275.

45.   Hämmerle AI, Wessely J, Essl F, Dirnböck T, Dullinger S (2018) A new assessment method for jointly assessing effects of climate change and nitrogen deposition on habitats. Biological Conservation, 228, 52-61.

46.   Essl F, Bacher S, Genovesi P, Hulme PE, Jeschke JM, Katsanevakis S, Kowarik I, Kühn I, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Schindler S, van Kleunen M, Vilà M, Wilson JRU, Richardson DM (2018) Harmonizing the definitions of native vs. alien taxa: principles, applications, and uncertainties. BioScience, 68, 496-509.

47.   Haeuser E, Dawson W, Thuiller W, Dullinger S, Block S, Bossdorf O, Carboni M, Conti L, Dullinger I, Essl F, et al. (2018) European ornamental garden flora as an invasion debt under climate change. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55, 2386-2395.

48.   Mačić V, Albano P, Almpanidou V, Claudet J, Corrales X, Essl F, et al. (2018) Biological invasions in conservation planning: A global systematic review. Frontiers in Marine Sciences, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2018.00178.

49.   Capinha C, Essl F, Seebens H, Pereira HM, Kühn I (2018) Models of alien species richness show moderate predictive accuracy and poor transferability. Neobiota, 38, 77-96.

50.   Seidl R, Klonner G, Rammer W, Essl F, Moreno A, Neumann M, Dullinger S (2018) Invasive alien pests threaten the carbon stored in Europe’s forests. Nature Communications, 9, 1626.

51.   Seebens H, Blackburn T, Dyer E, Genovesi P, …, Essl F (2018) Global rise in emerging alien species results from increased accessibility of new source pools. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, E2264-E2273.

52.   Essl F, Erb KH, Glatzel S, Pauchard A (2018) Climate change, carbon market instruments, and biodiversity: focusing on synergies and avoiding pitfalls. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 9, e486.

53.   Mang T, Essl F, Moser D, Karrer G, Kleinbauer I, Dullinger S (2018) Integrative spatio-temporal modelling of biological invasions using a modular framework. Diversity and Distributions, 24, 652-665.

54.   Bacher S, Blackburn TM, Essl F, Jeschke JM, Genovesi P, Heikkilä J, Jones G, Keller R, Kenis M, Kueffer C, Martinou AF, Nentwig W, Pergl P, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Richardson DM, Roy H, Saul WC, Scalera R, Vilà M, Wilson JRU, Kumschick S (2018) Socio-economic impact classification of alien taxa (SEICAT). Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 159-168.

55.   Roy H, Rabitsch W, Scalera R, Stewart A, Gallardo B, Genovesi P, Essl F, et al. (2018) Developing a framework of minimum standards for the risk assessment of alien species. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55, 526-538.

56.   Dehnen-Schmutz K, Boivin T, Essl F, Groom QJ, Harrison L, Touza JM, Bayliss H (2018) Alien Futures: What is on the horizon for biological invasions? Diversity and Distributions, 24, 1149-1157.

57.   Van Kleunen M, Essl F, Pergl J, Brundu G, Carboni M, Dullinger S, Early R, González-Moreno P, Groom QJ, Hulme PE, Kueffer C, Kühn I, Máguas C, Maurel N, Novoa A, Parepa M, Pyšek P, Seebens H, Tanner R, Touza J, Verbrugge L, Weber E, Dawson W, Kreft H, Weigelt P, Winter M, Klonner G, Talluto MV, Dehnen-Schmutz K (2018) The changing role of ornamental horticulture in plant invasions. Biological Reviews, 93, 1421-1437.

58.   Alexander JM, Burgess TI, Chalmandrier L, Essl F, Haider S, Kueffer C, Lenoir J, McDougall K, Milbau A, Nuñez MA, Pauchard A, Rabitsch W, Rew LJ, Sanders S, Pellissier L (2018) Lags in the response of mountain plant communities to climate change. Global Change Biology, 24, 563-574.

59.   Sheppard C, Carboni M, Essl F, Seebens H, Thuiller W (2018) It takes one to know one: Similarity to resident alien species increases establishment success of new invaders. Diversity and Distributions, 24, 680-691.

60.   Stelzenmüller V, Coll M, Mazaris D, Giakoum S, Katsanevakis S, Portman M, Degen R, Mackelworth P, Gimpel A, Albano PG, Almpanidou V, Claudet J, Essl F, Evagelopoulos T, Heymans JJ Genov T, Kark S, Micheli F, Pennino MG, Rolov G, Rumes B, Steenbeek J, Ojaveer H (2018) A risk-based approach to cumulative effect assessments for marine environment. Science of the Total Environment, 612, 1132-1140.

61.   Wohlmuth A, Essl F, Heinze B (2018) Genetic analysis of inherited reduced susceptibility of Fraxinus excelsior L. seedlings in Austria to ash dieback. Forests, 91, 514-525.

62.   Vinogradova Y, Pergl J, Essl F, Hejda M, van Kleunen M, regional contributors, Pyšek P (2018) Invasive alien plants of Russia: insights from regional inventories. Biological Invasions, 20, 1931-1943.

63.   Conti L, Block S, Parepa S, Münkemüller T, Thuiller W, Acosta ATR, van Kleunen M, Dullinger S, Essl F, Dullinger I, Moser D, Klonner G, Bossdorf O, Carboni M (2018) Functional trait differences and trait plasticity mediate biotic resistance to potential plant invaders. Journal of Ecology, 106, 1607-1620.

64.   Carboni M, Guéguen M, Barros C, Georges D, Boulangeat I, Douzet R, Dullinger S, Klonner G, van Kleunen M, Essl F, Bossdorf O, Haeuser E, Talluto MV, Moser D, Block S, Dullinger I, Münkemüller T, Thuiller W (2018) Simulating plant invasion dynamics in mountain ecosystems under climate change and land-use scenarios. Global Change Biology, 24, 289-302.

65.   Mang T, Essl F, Moser D, Kleinbauer I, Dullinger S (2018) Climate warming drives invasion history of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) in Central Europe. Preslia, 90, 59-81.

66.   Latombe G, Richardson DM, Pyšek P, Kučera T, Hui C (2018) Drivers of species turnover vary with species commonness for native and alien plants with different residence times. Ecology 99 (12), 2763-2775. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2528

67.   Latombe G, Burke A, Vrac M, Levavasseur G, Dumas C, Kageyama M, Ramstein G (2018) Comparison of spatial downscaling methods of general circulation models to study climate variability during the Last Glacial Maximum. Geoscience Model Development Discussion 11(7), 2563-2579.

68.   Mayer K, Haeuser E, Dawson W, Essl F, Kreft H, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Weigelt P, Winter M, Lenzner B, van Kleunen, M (2017) Naturalization of ornamental plant species in public green spaces and private gardens. Biological Invasions, 19, 3613-3627.

69.   Kalusova V, Chytrý M, van Kleunen M, Mucina L, Dawson W, Essl F, Kreft H, Pergl J, Weigelt P, Winter M, Pyšek P (2017) Naturalizations of European plants on other continents: the role of donor habitats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114, 13756-13761.

70.   Tanneberger F, Tegetmeyer C, Busse S, Barthelmes A, Shumka S, Moles Mariné A, Jenderedjian K, Steiner GM, Essl F, Etzold J, Mendes C, Kozulin A, Frankard P, Milanović D, Ganeva A, Apostolova I, Alegro A, Delipetrou P, Navrátilová J, Risager M, Leivits A, Fosaa AM, Tuominen S, Muller F, Bakuradze T, Sommer M, Christanis K, Szurdoki E, Oskarsson H, Brink SH, Connolly J, Bragazza L, Martinelli G, Aleksāns O, Priede A, Sungaila A, Melovski L, Belous T, Saveljić D, de Vries F, Moen A, Dembek W, Mateus J, Hanganu J, Sirin A, Markina A, Napreenko M, Lazarević P, Šefferová Stanová V, Skoberne P, Heras Pérez P, Pontevedra-Pombal X, Lonnstad J, Küchler M, Wüst-Galley C, Kirca S, Tolkachev V, Lindsay R, Joosten H (2017) The peatland map of Europe. Mires and Peat, 19, DOI: 10.19189/MaP.2016.OMB.264.

71.   Wessely J, Hülber K Gattringer A, Kuttner M, Moser D, Rabitsch W, Schindler S, Dullinger S, Essl F (2017) Habitat-based conservation strategies cannot compensate for climate change-induced range loss. Nature Climate Change, 7, 823-827.

72.   Bayliss H, Schindler S, Adam M, Essl F, Rabitsch W (2017) Evidence for changes in the occurrence, frequency or severity of human health impacts resulting from exposure to species alien to Europe: a systematic map. Environmental Evidence, 6:21.

73.   Follak S, Schleicher C, Schwarz M, Essl F (2017) Major emerging alien plants in Austrian crop fields. Weed Research, 57, 406-416.

74.   Radinger J, Essl F, Hölker F, Horký P, Slavík O, Wolter C (2017) The future distribution of river fish: the complex interplay of climate and land use changes, species dispersal and movement barriers. Global Change Biology, 23, 4970-4986.

75.   Strayer D, …, Essl F, et al. (2017) Defining and detecting boom-bust dynamics of non-native species. Ecology Letters, 20, 1337-1350.

76.   Berg C, Drescher A, Essl F (2017) Using releve-based metrics to explain invasion patterns of alien trees in temperate forests. Tuexenia, 37, 127-142.

77.   Pyšek P, Pergl J, Essl F, et al. (2017) Naturalized alien flora of the world: species diversity, taxonomic and phylogenetic patterns, geographic distribution and global hotspots of plant invasion. Preslia, 89, 203-274.

78.   Capinha C, Seebens H, Cassey P, García-Díaz P, Lenzner B, Mang T, Moser D, Pyšek P, Scalera R, Rödder D, Pereira H, Winter M, Dullinger S, Essl F (2017) Diversity, biogeography and the global flows of alien amphibians and reptiles. Diversity and Distributions, 23, 1313-1323.

79.   Hulme PH, Brundu G, Carboni M, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Dullinger S, Early R, Essl F, Gonzalez-Moreno P, Groom C, Kueffer C, Maurel N, Novoa A, Pergl P, Pyšek P, Seebens H, Tanner R, Touza J, van Kleunen M, Verbrugge L (2017) Pruning a blooming threat: Integrating invasive species policies across ornamental horticulture supply chains. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55, 92-98.

80.   Seebens H, Essl F, Blasius B (2017) The intermediate distance hypothesis of biological invasions. Ecology Letters, 20, 158-165.

81.   Dullinger I, Wessely J, Klonner G, Moser D, Gattringer A, Kuttner M, Essl F, Van Kleunen M, Pyšek P, Dullinger S (2017) Climate change will increase the naturalization risk from garden plants in Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25, 43-253.

82.   Dawson W, Moser D, van Kleunen M, Kreft H, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Weigelt P, Winter M, Lenzner B, Blackburn TM, Dyer E, Cassey P, Scrivens SL, Economo EP, Guénard B, Capinha C, Seebens H, García-Díaz P, Nentwig W, García-Berthou E, Casal C, Mandrak NE, Fuller P, Essl F (2017) Global hotspots of alien species across taxonomic groups. Nature Ecology and Evolution, Doi: s41559-017-0186.

83.   Seebens H, Blackburn T, Dyer E, Genovesi P, …, Essl F (2017) No saturation of the global accumulation of alien species. Nature Communications, 9, 14435.

84.   Helm N, Essl F, Mirtl M, Dirnböck T (2017) Multiple environmental changes drive forest floor vegetation in a temperate mountain forest. Ecology and Evolution, 7, 2155-2168.

85.   Mang T, Essl F, Moser D, Kleinbauer I, Dullinger S (2017) Accounting for imperfect observation and estimating true species distributions in modelling biological invasions. Ecography, 40, 1187-1197.

86.   Essl F, Hulme PE, Jeschke JM, Keller R, Pyšek P, Richardson DM, Saul WC, Bacher S, Dullinger S, Estévez RA, Kueffer C, Roy HE, Seebens H, Rabitsch W (2017) Scientific and normative foundations for the valuation of alien species impacts: Thirteen core principles. Bioscience, 67, 166-178.

87.   Duffy G, Coetzee B, Latombe G, Akerman A, McGeoch MA, Chown S (2017) Barriers to globally invasive species are weakening across the Antarctic. Diversity and Distributions 23(9), 982-996.

88.   Latombe G, Hui C, McGeoch MA (2017) Multi-Site Generalised Dissimilarity Modelling: using zeta diversity to differentiate drivers of turnover in rare and widespread species. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8, 431–442.

89.   Burke A, Kageyama M, Latombe G, Fasel M, Vrac M, Ramstein G, James PMA (2017) Risky business: The impact of climate and climate variability on human population dynamics in Western Europe during the Last Glacial Maximum, Quaternary Science Reviews 164, 217-229.

90.   Latombe G, Pyšek P, Jeschke JM, Blackburn TM, Bacher S, Capinha C, Costello MJ, Fernández M, Gregory RD, Hobern D, Hui C, Jetz W, Kumschick S, McGrannachan C, Pergl J, Roy HE, Scalera R, Squires ZE, Wilson JRU, Winter M, Genovesi P, McGeoch MA (2017) A vision for global monitoring of biological invasions. Biological Conservation 213, 295-308.

91.   Lenzner B, Beierkuhnlein C, Weigelt P, Kreft H, Steinauer MJ (2016): The general dynamic model of island biogeography revisited on the level of major plant families Journal of Biogeography, doi: 101111/jbi12906

92.   Triantis KAT, Rigal F, Parent CE, Cameron RAD, Lenzner B, Parmakelis A, Yeung NW, Ibáñez M, Alonso MR, de Frias Martins AM, Teixera DNF, Hayes KA, Griffiths OL, Preece RC, Cowie RH (2016): Discordance between morphological and taxonomic diversity: land snails of oceanic islands Journal of Biogeography, 43, 2050-2061     

93.   Pergl J, Pyšek P, Bacher S, Essl F, Genovesi P, Harrower CA, Hulme PE, Kenis M, Kühn I, Perglová I, Rabitsch W, Roques A, Roy D, Roy H, Vilà M, Winter M, Nentwig W (2016) Troubling travellers: are ecologically harmful alien species associated with particular introduction pathways? Neobiota, doi: 10.3897/neobiota.32.10199.

94.   Braun M, Schindler S, Essl F (2016) Distribution and management of invasive alien plant species in protected areas in Central Europe. Journal for Nature Conservation, 33, 48-57.

95.   Noroozi J, Moser D, Essl F (2016) Diversity, distribution, ecology and description rates of alpine endemic plant species from Iranian mountains. Alpine Botany, 126, 1-9.

96.   Roy H, …, Essl F, et al. (2016) Alien pathogens on the horizon. Opportunities for Predicting their Threat to Wildlife. Conservation Letters, 10, 477-484.

97.   Razanajatovo M, Maurel N, Dawson W, Essl F, Kreft H, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Weigelt P, Winter M, van Kleunen M (2016) Plants capable of selfing are more likely to become naturalized. Nature Communications, doi: 10.1038/NCOMMS13313.

98.   Schindler S, Bayliss H, Essl F, Rabitsch W, Follak S, Pullin A (2016) Effectiveness of management interventions for control of invasive Common ragweed Ambrosia artemisiifolia: A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence, 5, doi: 10.1186/s13750-016-0062-y.

99.   Follak S, Belz R, Bohren R, De Castro O, Del Guacchio E, Pascual-Seva N, Schwarz M, Verloove F, Essl F (2016) Biological Flora of Central Europe: Cyperus esculentus L. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 23, 33-51.

100.           Schiffleithner V, Essl F (2016) Is it worth the effort? Spread and management success of invasive alien plant species in a Central European National Park. Neobiota, 31, 43-61.

101.           Valenta V, Moser D, Essl F (2016) A new forest pest in Europe: a review of Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis) invasion. Journal of Applied Entomology, 141, 507-526.

102.           Klonner G, Fischer S, Essl F, Dullinger S (2016) Moderate predictive ability but pronounced variability of invasive species traits. PLoS One, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0155547.

103.           Moser D, Ellmauer T, Evans D, Zulka K, Adam, M, Dullinger S, Essl F (2016) Weak agreement of the conservation status assessments of species between the European Habitats directive and Red Lists. Biological Conservation, 198, 1-8.

104.           Berg C, Drescher A, Wagner V, Essl F (2016) Temporal trends of alien tree invasions in Austrian woodlands. Preslia, 88, 185-200.

105.           Hülber K, Wessely J, Gattringer A, Moser D, Kuttner M, Essl F, Leitner M, Winkler M, Ertl S, Willner W, Kleinbauer I, Sauberer N, Mang T, Zimmermann N, Dullinger S (2016) Uncertainty in predicting range dynamics of endemic alpine plants under climate warming. Global Change Biology, 22, 2608-2619.

106.           Rouget M, Robertson MP, Wilson JRU, Hui C, Essl F, Richardson DM (2016) Invasion debt - quantifying future biological invasions. Diversity and Distributions, 22, 445-456.

107.           Haider J, Höbart R, Kovacs N, Milchram M, Dullinger S, Huber W, Essl F (2016) The role of habitats, landscape structure and residence time on plant species invasions in the Neotropics. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 32, 240-249.

108.           Gordon D, Flory L, …, Essl F, et al. (2016) Weed risk assessment are an effective component of invasion risk management. Invasive Plant Sciences and Management, 9, 81-83.

109.           Pauchard A, Milbau A, Albihn A, Alexander J, Burgess T, Daehler C, Englund G, Essl F, Evengard B, Greenwood GB, Haider S, Lenoir J, McDougall K, Muths E, Nunez MA, Olofsson J, Pellissier L, Rabitsch W, Rew LJ, Robertson M, Sanders N, Kueffer C (2015) Non-native and native organisms moving into high elevation and high latitude ecosystems in an era of climate change: new challenges for ecology and conservation. Biological Invasions, 18, 345-353.

110.           Carboni M, Münkemüller T, Lavergne S, Choler P, Borgy B, Violle C, Essl F, Roquet C, Munoz F, DivGrass Consortium, Thuiller W (2015) What it takes to invade grassland ecosystems: traits, introduction history and filtering processes. Ecology Letters, 19, 219-229.

111.           Rabitsch W, Genovesi P, Scalera R, Biala K, Josefsson M, Essl F (2016) Introducing and testing alien species indicators for Europe. Journal for Nature Conservation, 29, 89-96.

112.           Rabitsch W, Graf W, Huemer P, Kahlen M, Komposch C, Paill W, Reischütz A, Reischütz PL, Moser D, Essl F (2016) Biogeography and ecology of endemic invertebrate species in Austria: A cross-taxon analysis. Basic and Applied Ecology, 17, 95-105.

113.           McGeoch MA, Latombe G (2016) Characterizing common and range expanding species. Journal of Biogeography 43(2), 217-228.

114.           Plank L, Zak D, Getzner M, Follak S, Essl F, Dullinger S, Kleinbauer I, Moser D, Gattringer A (2015) Benefits and costs of controlling three allergenic alien species under climate change and dispersal scenarios in Central Europe. Environmental Science and Policy, 56, 9-21.

115.           Dellinger A, Essl F, Hojsgaard D, Kirchheimer B, Klatt S, Dawson W, Pergl P, Pyšek P, van Kleunen M, Weber E, Winter M, Hörandl E, Dullinger S (2015) Niche dynamics of alien species do not differ among sexual and apomictic flowering plants. New Phytologist, 209, 1313-1323.

116.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Rabitsch W, Hulme PE, Pyšek P, Wilson JRU, Richardson DM (2015) Historical legacies accumulate to shape future biodiversity in an era of rapid global change. Diversity and Distributions, 21, 534-547.

117.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Rabitsch W, Hulme PE, Pyšek P, Wilson JRU, Richardson DM (2015) Delayed biodiversity change: no time to waste. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30, 375-378.

118.           Hamaoui-Laguel L, Vautard R, Fabien LL, Viovy S, Khvirosthyanov D, Essl F, Chuine I, Colette A, Semenov MA, Schaffhauser A, Storkey J, Thibaudon M, Epstein MM (2015) Effects of climate change and seed dispersal on airborne ragweed pollen loads in Europe. Nature Climate Change, 5, 766-781.

119.           Capinha C, Essl F, Seebens HMoser D, Pereira HM (2015) The dispersal of alien species redefines biogeography in the Anthropocene. Science, 348, 1248-1251.

120.           Karrer G, Skjøth C, Šikoparija B, Smith M, Berger U, Essl F (2015) Ragweed (Ambrosia) pollen source inventory for Austria. Science of the Total Environment, 523, 120-128.

121.           Tollington S, Turbé A, Rabitsch W, Groombridge JJ, Scalera R, Essl F, Shwartz A (2015) The EU legislation on invasive species can lead to conservation success. Conservation Letters, 10, 112-120.

122.           Bauer M, Dullinger S, Moser D, Essl F (2015) An analysis of weed floras in nurseries: Do polytunnels serve as ports of entry for alien plant species? Flora, 213, 6-11.

123.           Essl F, Biró K, Brandes D, Broennimann O, Bullock JM, Chapman D, Chauvel B, Dullinger S, Fumanal B, Guisan A, Karrer G, Kazinczi G, Kueffer C, Laitung B, Lavoie C, Leitner M, Mang T, Moser D, Müller-Schärer H, Petitpierre B, Richter R, Schaffner U, Smith M, Starfinger U, Vautard R, Vogl G, von der Lippe M, Follak S (2015) Biological Flora of the British Isles: Ambrosia artemisiifolia. Journal of Ecology, 103, 1069-1098.

124.           Seebens H, Essl F, Dawson W, Fuentes N, Moser D, Pergl J, Pyšek P, van Kleunen M, Weber E, Winter M, Blasius B (2015) Global trade will accelerate plant invasions in emerging economies under climate change. Global Change Biology, 21, 4128-4140.

125.           Schnitzler A, Essl F (2015) From horticulture and biofuel to invasion: The spread of Miscanthus taxa in the USA and Europe. Weed Research, 55, 221-225.

126.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Moser D, Steinbauer K, Mang T (2015) Macroecology of global bryophyte invasions at different invasion stages. Ecography, 28, 488-498.

127.           Moser D, Dullinger S, Mang T, Hülber K, Essl F, Frank T, Hulme PE, Grabherr G, Pascher K (2015) Changes in plant life-form, pollination syndrome and breeding system at a regional scale promoted by land use intensity. Diversity and Distributions, 21, 1319-1328.

128.           Follak S, Aldrian U, Moser D, Essl F (2015) Reconstructing the invasion of Cyperus esculentus in Central Europe. Weed Research, 55, 289-297.

129.           Valenta V, Moser, Essl F (2015) A High-Resolution Map of Emerald Ash Borer Invasion Risk for Southern Central Europe. Forests, 6, 3075-3086.

130.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Moser D, Steinbauer K, Mang T (2015) Identifying alien bryophytes taking into account uncertainties: A reply to Patiño and Vanderpoorten. Journal of Biogeography, 42, 1362-1363. 

131.           Van Kleunen M, Dawson W, Essl F, Pergl J, Winter M, Weber E, et al. (2015) Global exchange and accumulation of non-native plants. Nature, 525, 100-103.

132.           Essl F, Bacher S, Blackburn T, Booy O, Brundu G, Brunel S, Cardoso A-C, Eschen R, Gallardo B, Galill B, García-Berthou E, Genovesi P, Groom Q, Harrower C, Hulme PE, Katsanevakis S, Kenis M, Kühn I, Kumschick S, Martinou K, Nentwig W, O’Flynn C, Pagad S, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Richardson DM, Roques A, Roy H, Scalera R, Schindler S, Seebens H, Vanderhoeven S, Vilà M, Wilson JRU, Zenetos A, Jeschke JM (2015) Crossing frontiers in tackling pathways of biological invasions. BioScience, 65, 769-782.

133.           Kuttner M, Essl F, Peterseil J, Dullinger S, Rabitsch W, Schindler S, Hülber K, Gattringer A, Moser D (2015) A new high-resolution habitat distribution map for Austria, Liechtenstein, southern Germany, South Tyrol and Switzerland. Eco.Mont, 7, 18-29.

134.           Hawkins CL, Bacher S, Essl F, Hulme PE, Jeschke JM, Kühn I, Kumschick S, Nentwig W, Pergl P, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Richardson DM, Vila M, Wilson JRU, Genovesi P, Blackburn T (2015) Framework and guidelines for implementing the proposed IUCN Environmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (EICAT). Diversity and Distributions, 21, 1362-1362.

135.           Hulme PE, Pauchard A, Pyšek P, Vilà M, Alba C, Blackburn TM, Bullock JM, Chytrý M, Dawson W, Dunn AM, Essl F, Genovesi P, Maskell LC, Meyerson LA, Pergl J, Pescott OL, Pocock MJO, Richardson DM, Roy HE, Smart SM, Štajerová K, Stohlgren T, van Kleunen M, Winter M (2015) Challenging the view that invasive non-native plants are not a significant threat to the floristic diversity of Great Britain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, E2988–E2989.

136.           Bayliss HR, Schindler S, Essl F, Rabitsch W, Pullin AW (2015) What evidence exists for changes in the occurrence, frequency or severity of human health impacts resulting from exposure to alien invasive species in Europe? A systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence 4, DOI 10.1186/s13750-015-0037-4.

137.           Schindler S, Staska B, Adam M, Rabitsch W, Essl F (2015) Alien species and public health impacts in Europe: a literature review. NeoBiota 27: 1-23.

138.           Kumschick S, Bacher S, Blackburn TM, Dick JTA, Essl F, Evans T, Gaertner M, Hulme PE, Jeschke JM, Kühn I, Mrugala A, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Ricciardi A, Richardson DM, Sendek A, Vila M, Winter M (2015) Ecological impacts of alien species: quantification, scope, caveats and recommendations. BioScience, 65, 55-63.

139.           Latombe G, Hui C, McGeoch MA (2015) Beyond the continuum: a multi-dimensional phase space for neutral–niche community assembly. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282(1821), 20152417.

140.           Höfle R, Dullinger S, Essl F (2014) Different factors affect the local distribution, persistence and spread of alien tree species in floodplain forests. Basic and Applied Ecology, 15, 426-434.

141.           Staska B, Essl F, Samimi C (2014) Density and age of invasive Robinia pseudoacacia modulate its impact on floodplain forests. Basic and Applied Ecology, 15, 551-558.

142.           Blackburn TM, Essl F, et al. (2014) A unified classification of alien species based on the magnitude of their environmental impacts. PLoS Biology, 12, e1001850.

143.           Jeschke J, Bacher S, Blackburn TM, Dick JTA, Essl F, Evans T, Gaertner M, Hulme PE, Kühn I, Mrugala A, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Ricciardi A, Richardson DM, Sendek A, Vilà M, Winter M, Kumschick S (2014) Defining the impact of non-native species: resolving disparity through greater clarity. Conservation Biology, 28, 1188-1194.

144.           Schindler S, Sebesvari Z, Damm C, Euller K, Mauerhofer V, Hermann A, Biró M, Essl F, Kanka R, Lauwaars SG, Schulz-Zunkel C, van der Sluis T, Kropik M, Gasso V, Krug A, Pusch M, Zulka KP, Lazowski W, Hainz-Renetzeder C, Henle K, Wrbka T (2014) Multifunctionality of floodplain landscapes: relating management options to ecosystem services. Landscape Ecology, 29, 229–244.

145.           Chapman D, Haynes D, Beal S, Essl F, Bullock JM (2014) Phenology predicts the native and invasive range limits of common ragweed. Global Change Biology, 20, 192-202.

146.           Essl F, Steinbauer K, Dullinger S, Mang T, Moser D (2014) Little, but increasing evidence of impacts by alien bryophytes. Biological Invasions, 16, 1175–1184.

147.           Latombe G, Parrott L, Basille M, Fortin D (2014) Uniting statistical and individual-based approaches for animal movement modelling. PloS one 9(6), e99938.

148.           Latombe G, Fortin D, Parrott L (2014) Spatio‐temporal dynamics in the response of woodland caribou and moose to the passage of grey wolf. Journal of Animal Ecology 83(1), 185-198.

149.           Leung B, Roura-Pascual N, Bacher S, Heikkilä J, Brotons L, Burgman MA, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Essl F, Hulme PE, Richardson DM, Sol D, Vilà M (2013) Addressing a critique of the TEASI framework for invasive species risk assessment. Ecology Letters, 16, 1415-e6.

150.           Richter R, Berger U, Dullinger S, Essl F, Vogl G (2013) Spread of invasive ragweed: Climate change, management and how to reduce allergy costs. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50, 1422–1430.

151.           Dullinger S, Essl F, Rabitsch W, Erb KH, Gingrich S, Haberl H, Hülber K, Jarošík V, Krausmann F, Kühn I, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Hulme PE (2013) Europe’s other debt crisis caused by the long legacy of future extinctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110, 7342-7347.

152.           Essl F, Moser D, Dirnböck T, Dullinger S, Milasowszky N, Winter M, Rabitsch, W (2013) Native, alien, endemic, threatened, and extinct species diversity in European countries. Biological Conservation, 164, 90-97.

153.           Essl F, Steinbauer K, Dullinger S, Mang T, Moser D (2013) Telling a different story: a global assessment of bryophyte invasions. Biological Invasions, 15, 1-14.

154.           Follak S, Dullinger S, Kleinbauer S, Moser D, Essl F (2013) Invasion dynamics of three allergenic invasive Asteraceae (Ambrosia trifida, Artemisia annua, Iva xanthiifolia) in central and eastern Europe. Preslia, 85, 41-61.

155.           Keith, D, Rodríguez JP, Rodríguez-Clark KM, Nicholson E, Aapala K, Alonso A, Asmussen M, Bachman S, Basset A, Barrow EG, Benson JS, Bishop MJ, Bonifacio R, Brooks TM, Burgman MA, Comer P, Comín FA, Essl F, Faber-Langendoen D, Fairweather PG, Holdaway RJ, Jennings M, Kingsford RT, Lester RE, Mac Nally R, McCarthy MA, Moat J, Oliveira-Miranda MA, Pisanu P, Poulin B, Regan TJ, Riecken U, Spalding MD, Zambrano-Martínez S (2013) Scientific foundations for an IUCN Red List of Ecosystems. PLoS One, 8(5), e62111.

156.           Essl F, Rabitsch W, Dullinger S, Moser D, Milasowszky N (2013) How well do we know species richness in a well-known continent? Temporal patterns of endemic and widespread species descriptions in the European fauna. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 222, 29-39.

157.           Rabitsch W, Milasowszky N, Nehring S, Wiesner C, Wolter C, Essl F (2013) The times are a changing: temporal shifts in patterns of fish invasions in Central European freshwaters. Journal of Fish Biology, 82, 17-33.

158.           Richter R, Dullinger S, Essl F, Leitner M, Vogl G (2013) How to account for habitat suitability in weed management programs. Biological Invasions, 15, 657-669.

159.           Follak S, Essl F (2013) Spread dynamics and agricultural impact of Sorghum halepense, an emerging invasive species in Central Europe. Weed Research 53, 53–60.

160.           Essl F, Winter M, Pyšek P (2012) Trade threat could be even more dire. Nature, 487, 39

161.           Essl F, Dirnböck T (2012) What determines Orthoptera species distribution and richness in temperate semi-natural dry grassland remnants? Biodiversity and Conservation, 21, 2525-2537.

162.           Dullinger S, Willner W, Plutzar C, Englisch T, Schratt-Ehrendorfer L, Moser D, Ertl S, Essl F, Niklfeld H (2012) Postglacial migration lag restricts range filling of plants in the European Alps. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 21, 829-840.

163.           Leung B, Roura-Pascual N, Bacher S, Heikkilä J, Brotons L, Burgman MA, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Essl F, Hulme PE, Richardson DM, Sol D, Vilà M (2012) TEASIng apart alien species risk assessments: a framework for best practices. Ecology Letters, 15, 1475-1493.

164.           Moser D, Eckerstorfer M, Pascher K, Essl F, Zulka KP (2012) Potential of genetically modified oilseed rape for biofuels in Austria: Land use patterns and coexistence constraints could decrease domestic feedstock production. Biomass and Bioenergy, 50, 35-44.

165.           Essl F, Mang T, Moser D (2012) Ancient and recent alien species in temperate forests: steady state and time lags. Biological Invasions, 14, 1331-1342.

166.           Essl F, Nehring S, Klingenstein F, Milasowszky N, Nowack C, Rabitsch W (2012) The German-Austrian black list information system (GABLIS) a tool for assessing biodiversity risks of invasive alien species. Journal for Nature Conservation, 19, 339-350.

167.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Moser D, Rabitsch W, Kleinbauer I (2012) Vulnerability of mire habitats under climate change: implications for nature conservation and climate change mitigation. Biodiversity and Conservation, 21, 655-669.

168.           Parrott L, Chion C, Gonzalès R, Latombe G (2012) Agents, individuals, and networks: modeling methods to inform natural resource management in regional landscapes. Ecology and Society 17(3), 32.

169.           Latombe G, Granger E, Dilkes FA (2012) Graphical EM for on-line learning of grammatical probabilities in radar Electronic Support. Applied Soft Computing 12(8), 2362-2378.

170.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Rabitsch W, Hulme PE, Hülber K, Jarosik V, Kleinbauer I, Krausmann F, Kühn I, Nentwig W, Vilá M, Genovesi P, Gherardi F, Desprez-Loustau ML, Roques A, Pyšek P (2011) Reply to Keller and Springborn: No doubt about invasion debt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1107028108

171.           Dirnböck T, Essl F, Rabitsch W (2011) Disproportional extinction risk of high-altitude endemic species under climate change. Global Change Biology, 17, 990-996.

172.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Plutzar C, Willner W, Rabitsch W (2011) Imprints of glacial history and current environment on correlations between endemic plant and invertebrate species richness. Journal of Biogeography, 38, 604-616.

173.           Essl F, Moser D, Dullinger S, Mang T, Hulme PE (2011) Macroecological drivers of alien conifer naturalizations worldwide. Ecography, 34, 1-9.

174.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Rabitsch W, Hulme PE, Hülber K, Jarosik V, Kleinbauer I, Krausmann F, Kühn I, Nentwig W, Vilá M, Genovesi P, Gherardi F, Desprez-Loustau ML, Roques A, Pyšek P (2011) Socioeconomic legacy yields an invasion debt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108, 203-207.

175.           Essl F, Milasowszky N, Dirnböck T (2011) Plant invasions in temperate forests: resistance or ephemeral phenomenon? Basic and Applied Ecology, 12, 1-9.

176.           Latombe G, Parrott L, Fortin D (2011) Levels of emergence in individual based models: Coping with scarcity of data and pattern redundancy. Ecological Modelling 222(9), 1557-1568.

177.           Essl F, Moser D, Dullinger S, Mang T, Hulme PE (2010) Selection for commercial forestry determines global patterns of alien conifer invasions. Diversity and Distributions, 16, 911-921.

178.           Kleinbauer I, Dullinger S, Peterseil J, Essl F (2010) Climate change might drive the invasive tree Robinia pseudacacia into nature reserves and endangered habitats. Biological Conservation, 143, 382-390.

179.           Pyšek P, Jarosik V, Hulme P, Kühn I, Wild J, Arianoutsou M, Bacher S, Chiron F, Didziulis V, Essl F, Genovesi P, Gherardi F, Hejda M, Kark S, Lambdon P.W, Desprez-Loustau AM, Nentwig W, Pergl J, Poboljsaj K, Rabitsch W, Roques A, Roy D, Shirley S, Solarz W, Vilá M, Winter M (2010) Disentangling the role of environmental and human pressures on biological invasions across Europe. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107, 12157-12162.

180.           Smolik M, Dullinger S, Essl F, Kleinbauer I, Leitner M, Peterseil J, Stadler LM, Vogl G (2010) Integrating habitat distribution models and interacting particle systems to predict the spread of an invasive alien plant. Journal of Biogeography, 37, 411-422.

181.           Vilà M, Basnou C, Pyšek P, Josefsson M, Genovesi P, Gollasch S, Nentwig W, Olenin S, Roques A, Roy D, Hulme PE, DAISIE partners (Adriopoulos P, Arianoutsou M, Augustin S, Baccetti N, Bacher S, Bacon J, Bazos I, Bolshagin P, Bretagnolle F, Chiron F, Clergeau P, Cochard P.O, Cocquempot C, Coeur d’Acier A, Cooper J, Daunys D, David M, Delipetrou P, Didžiulis V, Dorkeld F, Essl F, Galil B, Gasquez J, Georghiou K, Gudžinskas Z, Hatzofe O, Hejda M, Hill M, Jarošík V, Kark S, Klotz S, Kobelt M, Kokkoris Y, Kotarac M, Kühn I, Lambdon P, Lange E, Lopez-Vaamonde C, Loustau ML, Marcer A, Martinez M, McLoughlin M, Migeon A, Minchin D, Navajas M, Navajas P, Olenina I, Ostler R, Ovcharenko I, Panov VE, Papacharalambous E, Pascal M, Pergl J, Perglová I, Phillipov A, Pino J, Poboljsaj K, Rabitsch W, Rasplus JY, Rodionova N, Roy H, Sauvard D, Scalera R, Schwartz A, Sedláček O, Shirley S, Trocchi V, Winter M, Yart A, Yiannitsaros A, Zagatti P, Zikos A (2010) How well do we understand the impacts of alien species on ecosystem services? A pan-European cross-taxa assessment. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8, 135-144.

182.           Latombe G, Granger E, Dilkes FA (2010) Fast learning of grammar production probabilities in radar electronic support. IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems 46(3), 1262-1289.

183.           Essl F, Dullinger S, Kleinbauer I (2009) Changes in the spatio-temporal patterns and habitat preferences of Ambrosia artemisiifolia during its invasion of Austria. Preslia, 81, 119-133.

184.           Essl F, Staudinger M, Stöhr O, Schratt-Ehrendorfer L, Rabitsch W, Niklfeld H (2009) Distribution patterns, range size and niche breadth of Austrian endemic plants. Biological Conservation, 142, 2547-2558.

185.           Essl F, Kobler J (2009) Spiny invaders - patterns and determinants of cacti invasion in Europe. Flora, 204, 485-494.

186.           Dullinger S, Kleinbauer I, Peterseil J, Smolik M, Essl F (2009) Niche based distribution modelling of an invasive alien plant: effects of population status, propagule pressure and invasion history. Biological Invasions, 11, 2401-2414.

187.           Lambdon PW, Pyšek P, Basnou C, Delipetrou, P, Essl F, Hejda M, Jarošík V, Pergl J, Winter M, Andriopoulos P, Arianoutsou M, Bazos I, Brundu G, Celesti-Grapow L, Chassot P, Jogan N, Josefsson M, Kark S, Klotz S, Kokkoris Y, Kühn I, Marchante H, Perglová I, Vilà M, Zikos A, Hulme PE (2008) Alien flora of Europe: species diversity, geographical pattern and state of the art of research. Preslia, 80, 101-149.

188.           Vogl G, Smolik M, Stadler LM, Leitner M, Essl F, Dullinger S, Kleinbauer I (2008) Modelling the spread of ragweed: effects of habitat, climate change and diffusion. European Journal of Physics, 161, 167-173.

189.           Essl F, Dirnböck T (2008) Diversity of native and alien vascular plants of dry grasslands in Central Europe. Applied Vegetation Science, 11, 441-450.

190.           Essl F (2007) ­From ornamental to detrimental? The incipient invasion process of the Empress Tree (Paulownia tomentosa) in Central Europe. Preslia, 79, 377-389.

191.           Essl F (2007) Verbreitung, Status und vegetationskundliches Verhalten der Strobe (Pinus strobus) in Österreich. Tuexenia, 27, 59-72.

192.           Rabitsch W, Essl F (2006) Biological invasions in Austria: patterns and case studies. Biological Invasions, 8, 295-308.

193.           Essl F (2005) Invasionsgeschichte und pflanzensoziologischer Anschluss der Aleppohirse (Sorghum halepense) am Beispiel des östlichen Oberösterreich. Tuexenia, 25, 251-268.

194.           Essl F (2005) Verbreitung, Status und Habitatbindung der subspontanen Bestände der Douglasie (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in Österreich. Phyton, 45, 117-144.

 

Authored and edited books, technical reports (German & English)

1.       Schindler S, Banko G, Moser D, Grillmayer R, Zulka KP, Lamb U, Essl F, Stejskal-Tiefenbach M (2017) Österreichisches Biodiversitäts-Monitoring (ÖBM) - Kulturlandschaft. Umweltbundesamt, Report 635, 156 pp.

2.       Zuna-Kratky T, Landmann A, Illich I, Zechner L, Essl F, Lechner K, Ortner A, Weissmair W, Wöss G (2017) Die Heuschrecken Österreichs. Biologiezentrum Linz, 865 pp.

3.       Scalera R, Genovesi R, Booy O, Essl F, Jeschke J, Hulme PE, McGeoch M, Pagad S, Roy H, Saul WC, Wilson J (2016) Progress toward pathways prioritization in compliance to Aichi Target 9. https://www.cbd.int/doc/meetings/sbstta/sbstta-20/information/sbstta-20-inf-05-en.pdf.

4.       Schindler S, Zulka KP, Sonderegger G, Oberleitner I, Peterseil J, Essl F, Ellmauer T, Mildren A, Stejskal-Tiefenbach M (2016) Gefährdung, Status, Schutz: Biodiversitäts-Trends in Österreich. Umweltbundesamt, Report 542, 190 pp. www.umweltbundesamt.at/fileadmin/-site/publikationen/REP0542.pdf         

5.       Roy HE, Adriaens T, Aldridge DC, Bacher S, Bishop JD, Blackburn TM, Branquart E, Brodie J, Carboneras C, Cook EJ, Copp GH, Dean HJ, Eilenberg J, Essl F, Gallardo B, Garcia M, García-Berthou E, Genovesi P, Hulme PE, Kenis M, Kerckhof F, Kettunen M, Minchin D, Nentwig W, Nieto A, Pergl J, Pescott O, Peyton J, Preda C, Rabitsch W, Roques A, Rorke S, Scalera R, Schindler S, Schönrogge K, Sewell J, Solarz W, Stewart A, Tricarico E, Vanderhoeven S, van der Velde G, Vilà M, Wood CA, Zenetos A (2015) Invasive Alien Species - Prioritising prevention efforts through horizon scanning. Report to the EU ENV.B.2/ETU/2014/0016. 231 pp.

6.       Roy H, Schonrogge K, Dean H, Peyton J, Branquart E, Vanderhoeven S, Copp G, Stebbing P, Kenis M, Rabitsch W, Essl F, Schindler S, Brunel S, Kettunen M, Mazza L, Nieto A, Kemp J, Genovesi P, Scalera R, Stewart A (2014) Invasive alien species - framework for the identification of invasive alien species of EU concern. Report to the EU ENV.B.2/ETU/2013/0026.

7.       Nehring S, Essl F, Rabitsch W (2015) Methodik der naturschutzfachlichen Invasivitätsbewertung für gebietsfremde Arten. Version 1.3. BfN Skripten, 401, 49 pp.

8.       Nehring S, Rabitsch W, Kowarik I, Essl F (Hrsg.) (2015) Naturschutzfachliche Invasivitätsbewertungen für in Deutschland wild lebende gebietsfremde Wirbeltiere. BfN-Skripten, 409, 222 pp.

9.       Lexer MJ, Rabitsch W, Grabherr G, Essl F, et al. (2014) Der Einfluss des Klimawandels auf die Biosphäre und Ökosystemleistungen. In: APCC (eds) Österreichischer Sachstandsbericht Klimawandel 2014, ÖAW, Wien, pp. 467-556.

10.   Nehring S, Kowarik I, Rabitsch W, Essl F (Hrsg.) (2013)Naturschutzfachliche Invasivitätsbewertungen für in Deutschland wild lebende gebietsfremde Gefäßpflanzen. BfN-Skripten, 352, 202 pp.

11.   Essl F, Rabitsch W (eds) (2013) Biodiversität und Klimawandel. Auswirkungen und Handlungsoptionen für den Naturschutz in Mitteleuropa. Springer, Heidelberg.

12.   Rabitsch W, Essl F, Genovesi P, Scalera R (2012) Streamlining European Biodiversity Indicators (SEBI) Review of SEBI indicator 10 – Invasive alien species in Europe. EEA-Technical Report 15/2012.

13.   Scalera R, Genovesi P, Essl F, Rabitsch W (2012) The impacts of invasive alien species in Europe. EEA-Technical Report 15/2012.

14.   Kleinbauer I, Dullinger S, Klingenstein F, May R, Nehring S, Essl F (2010) Ausbreitungspotenzial ausgewählter neophytischer Gefäßpflanzen unter Klimawandel in Deutschland und Österreich. BfN-Skripten, 275, 76 pp.

15.   Shine C, Kettunen M, Genovesi P, Essl F, Gollasch S, Rabitsch W, Scalera R, Starfinger U, ten Brink P (2010) Assessment to support continued development of the EU Strategy to combat invasive alien species.

16.   Essl F, Egger G (2010) Lebensraumvielfalt in Österreich - Gefährdung und Handlungsbedarf. Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein Kärnten, Klagenfurt.

17.   Balas M, Essl F, Felderer A, Formayer H, Uhl M (2010) Klimaänderungsszenarien und Vulnerabilität. Aktivitätsfelder Gesundheit, Natürliche Ökosysteme und Biodiversität, Verkehrsinfrastruktur, Energie, Bauen und Wohnen. Umweltbundesamt, Report, 113 pp.

18.   Rabitsch W, Essl F (2010) Aliens. Neobiota und Klimawandel – eine verhängnisvolle Affäre? Bibliothek der Provinz, Weitra.

19.   Rabitsch W, Winter M, Kühn E, Kühn I, Essl F (2010) Auswirkungen des rezenten Klimawandels auf die Fauna in Deutschland. Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt 98, 265 pp.

20.   Nehring S, Essl F, Klingenstein F, Nowack C, Rabitsch W, Stöhr O, Wiesner C, Wolter C (2010) Schwarze Liste invasiver Arten: Kriteriensystem und Schwarze Listen invasiver Fische für Deutschland und für Österreich. BfN Skript, 285.

21.   Rabitsch W, Essl F (2009) Endemiten. Kostbarkeiten in Österreichs Pflanzen- und Tierwelt. Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein Kärnten, Klagenfurt, 924 pp.

22.   Essl F, Egger G, Poppe M, Rippel-Katzmaier I, Staudinger M, Muhar S, Unterlercher M, Michor K (2008) Rote Liste gefährdeter Biotoptypen Österreichs. Binnengewässer, Gewässer- und Ufervegetation; Technische Biotoptypen und Siedlungsbiotoptypen. Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, Wien, 316 pp.

23.   Rabitsch W, Klingenstein F, Essl F (eds.) (2006) Neobiota: From Ecology to Conservation. 4th European Conference on Biological Invasions, Vienna (Austria), 27-29. September 2006. Book of Abstracts, 277 pp.

24.   Essl F, Rabitsch W (2005) Austrian Action Plan on Invasive Alien Species. Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft, 26 pp.

25.   Traxler A, Minarz E, Englisch T, Fink B, Zechmeister H, Essl F (2005) Rote Liste der gefährdeten Biotoptypen Österreichs: Moore, Sümpfe und Quellfluren; Hochgebirgsrasen, Polsterfluren, Rasenfragmente und Schneeböden; Äcker, Ackerraine, Weingärten und Ruderalfluren; Zwergstrauchheiden; Geomorphologisch geprägte Biotoptypen. Umweltbundesamt (Wien), 286 pp.

26.   Essl F, Egger G, Theiss M, Karrer G (2004) Rote Liste gefährdeter Biotoptypen Österreichs: Grünland, Grünlandbrachen und Trockenrasen; Hochstauden- und Hochgrasfluren, Schlagfluren und Waldsäume; Gehölze des Offenlandes und Gebüsche. Umweltbundesamt Wien, 272 pp.

27.   Essl F, Rabitsch W (Hrsg.) (2002) Neobiota in Österreich. Umweltbundesamt (Wien), 432 pp.

28.   Essl F, Egger G, Ellmauer T, Aigner S (2001) Rote Liste gefährdeter Biotoptypen Österreichs: Konzept. Umweltbundesamtes Wien, Monographie 155, 40 pp.

29.   Essl F, Egger G, Ellmauer T, Aigner S (2001) Rote Liste gefährdeter Biotoptypen Österreichs: Wälder, Forste, Vorwälder. Umweltbundesamtes Wien, Monographie 156, 104 pp.

 

Book chapters (German & English)

1.       Lenzner B, Essl F, Seebens H (2019) The changing role of Europe in past and future alien species displacement. In: May Jr RH, Chapin III FS, Massardo F, Gavin MC Klaver I, Pauchard A, Nuñez MA, Simberloff D (eds) From biocultural homogenization to biocultural conservation. Springer, pp. 125-135.

2.       Essl F, Moser D, Mildren A, Gattringer I, Bank G, Stejskal-Tiefenbach M (2018) Naturschutzfachliche wertvolle Lebensräume und Baulandwidmung in Österreich. Umweltbundesamt Report 0671, https://www.umweltbundesamt.at/fileadmin/site/publikationen/REP0671.pdf.

3.       Schindler S, Rabitsch W, Essl F (2018) Climate change and increase of impacts on human health by alien species. In: Mazza G, Tricarico E (eds.): Impacts of alien species on biodiversity and ecosystem services. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, pp. 151-166.

4.       Lazzaro L, Essl F, Lugliè A, Padedda BM, Pyšek P, Brundu G (2018) Invasive alien plant impacts on human health and well-being. In: Mazza G, Tricarico E (eds.): Impacts of alien species on biodiversity and ecosystem services. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, pp. 16-33.

5.       Rabitsch W, Essl F, Schindler S (2017) The rise of non-native vectors and reservoirs of human diseases. In: Hulme PE, Vilà M (eds) Alien species impacts on ecosystem services. Springer, Dordrecht.

6.       Essl F (2017) Wildnis aus Sicht der Naturschutzforschung. In: Enzinger S (Hrsg.) Buch der Wildnis. Wildnispotenziale in Österreich. WWF, pp. 17-19.

7.       Essl F, Steiner GM (2017) Mires in Austria. In: Joosten H, Tannemeier F (eds) Mires of the world. Wetlands International, Greifswald University.

8.       Leitner M, Dullinger S, Essl F, Vogl G (2012) The spread of ragweed as a diffusion process. In: Messer M, Schroeder R, Wodak R (eds) Migrations: interdisciplinary perspectives. Springer, Wien, 267-274.

9.       Marx A, Essl F, Rabitsch W, Kühn I, Settele J, Schweiger O, Füssel HM, Schutyser F (2012) Terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity. In: Füssel HM, Jol A, Hilden M (eds.): Climate change, impacts and vulnerability in Europe 2012. An indicator-based report. EEA-Report 12/2012, Copenhagen. pp. 127-145

10.   Essl F, Lambdon P, Rabitsch W (2011) Bryophytes and lichens. In: Simberloff D, Rejmanek M (eds.) Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions, University of California Press, pp. 81-85.

11.   Essl F, Lambdon P (2009) The alien bryophytes and lichens of Europe. In: DAISIE (eds), The handbook of alien species in Europe, Springer, Berlin, pp. 29-42.

12.   Huber W, Weissenhofer A, Schembera E, Mayer V, Essl F (2008) Invasion patterns across habitats of alien plants in a tropical lowland region in Costa Rica. In: Weissenhofer A, Huber W, Koukal T, Immitzer M, Schembera E, Sonntag S, Zamora N, Weber A (eds) Ecosystem diversity in the Piedras Blancas National Park and adjacent areas (Costa Rica). Stapfia, 88, 105-110.

13.   Essl F, Willner W, Egger G, Ellmauer T, Steiner GM, Moser D (2008) Diversitätsmuster der Wälder, Moore, Feucht- und Trockenwiesen in Österreich – ein erster Überblick. In: Sauberer N, Moser D, Grabherr G (Hrsg.) Biodiversität in Österreich. Räumliche Muster und Indikatoren der Arten- und Lebensraumvielfalt, Haupt Verlag (Bern), pp. 122-143.

14.   Essl F, Rabitsch W (2005) Neobiota in Österreich. In: Wallner, R. (Red.) Aliens. Neobiota in Österreich. Grüne Reihe des BMLFUW, Bd. 15: 28-47.

15.   Essl F, Walter J (2005) Ausgewählte neophytische Gefäßpflanzenarten Österreichs. In: Wallner R (Red.) Aliens. Neobiota in Österreich. Grüne Reihe des BMLFUW, Bd. 15: 48-100.

 

Non-peer reviewed journal-articles (selected)

1.       Essl F (2018) Von verwilderten Gartenpflanzen zu invasiven Neophyten. Nodium, 10, 61-63.

2.       Essl F, Follak S, Raabe U & Barta T (2019) Cyperus esculentus. In: Gilli C, Pachschwöll C, Niklfeld H (Red): Floristische Neufunde. Neilreichia, 10, 197-274.

3.       Jürgen B, Barta T, Essl F & Hofbauer M (2019) Miscanthus sinensis. In: Gilli C, Pachschwöll C, Niklfeld H (Red): Floristische Neufunde. Neilreichia, 10, 240-241.

4.       Roy H, Groom Q, Adriaens T, … Essl F, … (2018) Increasing understanding of alien species through citizen science (Alien-CSI). Research Ideas and Outcomes, 4: e31412.

5.       Essl F, Gattringer A, Hülber K, Kuttner M, Moser D, Rabtisch W, Schindler S, Wessely J, Dullinger S (2016) Können Naturschutzmaßnahmen die klimawandelbedingten Risiken für Arten kompensieren? Natur und Landschaft, 91, 480-482.

6.       Wallnöfer B, Essl F (2016) Overview on alien Carex species of section Cyperoideae (including Ovales) in Europe and the discovery of Carex scoparia in Austria. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien Serie B, 118, 115-127.

7.       Follak S, Schwarz M, Essl F (2014) Notizen zur Verbreitung von Berberis thunbergii in Österreich. Stapfia 101, 67-70

8.       Reif A, Aas G, Essl F (2011) Braucht der Wald in Zeiten der Klimaänderung neue, nicht heimische Baumarten? Natur und Landschaft, 86, 61-65.

9.       Stöhr O, Pilsl P, Essl F, Wittmann H, Hohla M (2009) Beiträge zur Flora von Österreich, III. Linzer biol. Beitr., 41, 1677-1755.

10.   Essl F, Klingenstein F, Nehring S, Otto C, Rabitsch W, Stöhr O (2008) Schwarze Listen invasiver Arten – ein Instrument zur Risikobewertung für die Naturschutz-Praxis. Natur und Landschaft, 83, 418-424.

11.   Gigon A, Klingenstein F, Rabitsch W, Essl F (2008) Schweiz, Deutschland, Österreich: Gemeinsam gegen invasive gebietsfremde Arten. Natur und Landschaft, 83, 429–433.

12.   Stöhr O, Pilsl P, Essl F, Hohla M, Schröck C (2007) Beiträge zur Flora von Österreich, II. Linzer biol. Beitr., 39, 155-292.

13.   Essl F (2006) Opuntia phaeacantha Engelm. in Österreich. Flor. Rundbr, 40, 49-58.

14.   Essl F (2006) Verbreitung ausgewählter Heuschreckenarten (Insecta: Orthoptera) in den oberösterreichischen Alpen. Beiträge zur Entomofaunistik, 7, 105-118.

15.   Stöhr O, Wittmann H Schröck C, Essl F, Brandstätter G, Hohla M, Niederbichler C, Kaiser R (2006) Beiträge zur Flora von Österreich. Neilreichia, 4, 139-190.

16.   Essl F (2005) Verbreitung und vegetationskundlicher Anschluss Saxifraga × urbium, Saxifraga × geum und Saxifraga cuneifolia in Oberösterreich. Verh. Zool.-Bot. Ges., 141, 13-42.

17.   Essl F (2005) Die Heuschreckenfauna ausgewählter Halbtrockenrasen des Strudengaus und des angrenzenden unteren Mühlviertels (Oberösterreich). Beitr. Naturk. Oberösterreichs, 14, 27-37.

18.   Essl F (2005) Grünland-Biotoptypen. In: Ellmauer T (Hrsg.) Entwicklung von Kriterien, Indikatoren und Schwellenwerten zur Beurteilung des Erhaltungszustandes der Natura 2000-Schutzgüter in Österreich. Bd. 3: Lebensraumtypen des Anhangs I der FFH-Richtlinie – Grünlandlebensraumtypen. Umweltbundesamt, Wien.

19.   Essl F (2005) Die Flora der Erlaufschlucht bei Purgstall. Linzer biol. Beitr., 37, 1099-1144.

20.   Essl F (2005) Bestandesentwicklung, Vegetationsanschluss und Gefährdungssituation der Gewöhnlichen Küchenschelle (Pulsatilla vulgaris Mill.) in Österreich von 1991-2005. Linzer biol. Beitr., 37, 1145-1176.

21.   Essl F, Zulka P (2005) Die Anwendung von Gefährdungsindikatoren und -kriterien in den Roten Listen: Überblick, Anwendungsbeispiele aus Österreich und Perspektiven. Nat.schutz Biol. Vielfalt, 18, 239-259.

22.   Essl F (2004) Funde bemerkenswerter Gefäßpflanzenarten in den Enns- und Steyrtaler Kalk- und Flyschvoralpen (Oberösterreich). Beitr. Naturk. Oberösterreichs, 13, 101-130.

23.   Essl F (2004) Erstfund eines verwilderten Vorkommens der Kultur-Heidelbeere (Vaccinium angustifolium x corymbosum) in Österreich. Linzer biol. Beitr., 36, 785-796.

24.   Weissmair W, Essl F, Schmalzer A, Schuster A, Schwarz-Waubke M (2004) Kommentierte Checkliste der Heuschrecken und Fangschrecken (Insecta: Saltatoria, Mantodea) Oberösterreichs. Beitr. Naturk. Oberösterreichs, 13, 5-42.

25.   Essl F, Hauser E (2003) Verbreitung, Lebensraumbindung und Managementkonzept ausgewählter invasiver Neophyten im Nationalpark Thayatal und Umgebung (Österreich). Linzer biol. Beitr., 35, 75-101.

26.   Essl F (2002) Flora, Vegetation und zoologische Untersuchungen (Heuschrecken und Reptilien) der Halbtrockenrasen im Ostteil der Traun-Enns-Platte (Oberösterreich). Naturkundl. Jahrb. Stadt Linz, 48, 193-244.

27.   Essl F, Weissmair W (2002) Flora, Vegetation und zoologische Untersuchungen (Heuschrecken und Reptilien) der Halbtrockenrasen am Südrand der Böhmischen Masse östlich von Linz (Oberösterreich). Beitr. Naturk. Oberösterreichs, 11, 267-320.

28.   Essl F, Prack P, Hauser E (2001) Ergebnisse des botanischen Monitorings für die Jahre 1996-2000 auf dem Naturdenkmal „Kuhschellenböschung Neuzeug“ (Oberösterreich). Beitr. Naturk. Oberösterreich, 10, 227-261.

29.   Dullinger S, Dirnböck T, Wenzl M, Essl F (2001) Syntaxonomie und Zonation der flussbegleitenden Vegetation der Salza (Steiermark). Joannea-Botanik, 2, 13-82.

Outreach

Newspaper articles:
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000113282413/wie-laesst-sich-der-artenverlust-eindaemmen
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000113026880/jede-dritte-heimische-art-steht-auf-der-roten-liste
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000113005823/franz-essl-die-menschheit-steht-an-einem-wendepunkt
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000104053089/klimapolitik-raus-mit-dem-kopf-aus-dem-sand
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000106849313/klimawandel-laesst-mittlerweile-in-oesterreichauch-palmen-spriessen
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000112399936/forscher-fordern-ausrufung-von-artenvielfaltnotstand
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000098636425/fehlende-pilzpartner-hinderten-invasive-pflanzenarten-an-der-einwanderung
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000096988204/das-problem-mit-den-unentdeckten-invasiven-arten
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000098131997/ende-des-grossen-krabbelns-fuenf-antworten-zum-insektensterben
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000073689944/16-prozent-aller-arten-sind-potenzielle-auswanderer
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000062364961/system-zur-gefahreneinstufung-invasiver-arten-entwickelt
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000069066101/wie-europaeische-pflanzen-die-welt-eroberten
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000059169233/welche-regionen-am-meisten-unter-bioinvasoren-leiden
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000091820539/in-30-jahren-70-prozent-aller-wirbeltiere-in-oesterreich-verschwunden
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000094091759/die-gefaehrlichsten-invasiven-arten-fuer-europas-oekosysteme
https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000086225223/je-entlegener-eine-insel-ist-desto-mehr-eingeschleppte-arten-gibt

Press release:
https://medienportal.univie.ac.at/videos/uni-wien-forscht/detailansicht/artikel/franz-essl-die-menschheit-steht-an-einem-wendepunkt/
https://medienportal.univie.ac.at/presse/aktuelle-pressemeldungen/detailansicht/artikel/globalisierung-der-pflanzenverbreitung-durch-pflanzen-pilz-symbiosen/
https://medienportal.univie.ac.at/presse/aktuelle-pressemeldungen/detailansicht/artikel/remote-islands-harbour-higher-numbers-of-non-native-species/

Blog articles:
https://blog.iiasa.ac.at/2019/10/28/introducing-a-framework-for-21st-century-biological-invasions/
https://blog.univie.ac.at/artensterben-betrifft-alle/

Collaborations

Australia
Melodie McGeoch, Monash University, Melbourne

Austria
Swen Follak, AGES (Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety), Vienna
Karl-Heinz Erb, BOKU, Vienna
Veronika Gaube, BOKU, Vienna
Helmut Haberl, BOKU, Vienna
Wolfgang Rabitsch, Environmental Agency, Vienna
Stefan Schindler, Environmental Agency, Vienna
David Leclere, Institute of Applied Systems Analysis IIASA, Laxenburg
Michael Obersteiner, Institute of Applied Systems Analysis IIASA, Laxenburg
Piero Visconti, Institute of Applied Systems Analysis IIASA, Laxenburg
Stefan Dullinger, University Vienna, Vienna
Dietmar Moser, University Vienna, Vienna

Canada
Brian Leung, McGill University, Montreal

Chile
Aníbal Pauchard, University of Concepción, Concepción

Czech Republic
Ivan Jaric, Czech Academy of Sciences, Ceske Budejovice
Jan Pergl, Czech Academy of Sciences, Pruhonice
Petr Pyšek, Czech Academy of Sciences, Pruhonice
Zdenka Lososová, University of Brno, Brno

France
Franck Courchamp, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique & University Paris Saclay, Paris

Germany
Jonathan Jaeschke, Free University Berlin & IGB, Berlin
Ingolf Kühn, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UfZ, Halle
Marten Winter, iDiv, Leipzig
Hanno Seebens, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Frankfurt am Main
Ingo Kowarik, TU Berlin, Berlin
Rupert Seidl, TUM , Munich
Holger Kreft, University of Göttingen, Göttingen
Patrick Weigelt, University of Göttingen, Göttingen
Mark van Kleunen, University of Konstanz, Konstanz

Italy
Piero Genovesi, ISPRA, Rome

New Zealand
Philip E. Hulme, Lincoln University, Lincoln

Portugal
Cesar Capinha, CIBIO/InBio, Lisbon

South Africa
Cang Hui, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch
David M. Richardson, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch
John Wilson , Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch

Spain
Montserrat Vilà, Estación Biológica de Doñana, Sevilla
Núria Roura-Pascual, University of Girona, Girona

Switzerland
Sven Bacher, University of Fribourg, Fribourg
Jürgen Dengler, Zurich University of Applied Sciences , Wädenswil

United Kingdom
Helen Roy, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford
Wayne Dawson, Durham University, Durham

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