Carsten Buchmann
Carsten Buchmann
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Collinearity: a review of methods to deal with it and a simulation study evaluating their performance
CF Dormann, J Elith, S Bacher, C Buchmann, G Carl, G Carré, ...
Ecography 36 (1), 27-46, 2013
others (2013) Collinearity: a review of methods to deal with it and a simulation study evaluating their performance
CF Dormann, J Elith, S Bacher, C Buchmann, G Carl, G Carré, ...
Ecography 36 (1), 27-46, 2013
Theoretical foundations of human decision-making in agent-based land use models–A review
NS J Groeneveld, B Müller, CM Buchmann, G Dressler, C Guo, N Hase, F ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 87, 39-48, 2017
What's on the horizon for macroecology?
J Beck, L Ballesteros‐Mejia, CM Buchmann, J Dengler, SA Fritz, B Gruber, ...
Ecography 35 (8), 673-683, 2012
Integrating movement ecology with biodiversity research-exploring new avenues to address spatiotemporal biodiversity dynamics
F Jeltsch, D Bonte, G Pe'er, B Reineking, P Leimgruber, N Balkenhol, ...
Movement Ecology 1, 1-13, 2013
Simple or complicated agent-based models? A complicated issue
Z Sun, I Lorscheid, JD Millington, S Lauf, NR Magliocca, J Groeneveld, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 86, 56-67, 2016
The bigger, the better? The influence of urban green space design on cooling effects for residential areas
M Jaganmohan, S Knapp, CM Buchmann, N Schwarz
Journal of environmental quality 45 (1), 134-145, 2016
Standardised and transparent model descriptions for agent-based models: Current status and prospects
B Müller, S Balbi, CM Buchmann, L De Sousa, G Dressler, J Groeneveld, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 55, 156-163, 2014
Habitat loss and fragmentation affecting mammal and bird communities—The role of interspecific competition and individual space use
CM Buchmann, FM Schurr, R Nathan, F Jeltsch
Ecological Informatics 14, 90-98, 2013
An allometric model of home range formation explains the structuring of animal communities exploiting heterogeneous resources
CM Buchmann, FM Schurr, R Nathan, F Jeltsch
Oikos 120 (1), 106-118, 2011
Movement upscaled–the importance of individual foraging movement for community response to habitat loss
CM Buchmann, FM Schurr, R Nathan, F Jeltsch
Ecography 35 (5), 436-445, 2012
How agent heterogeneity, model structure and input data determine the performance of an empirical ABM–A real-world case study on residential mobility
CM Buchmann, K Grossmann, N Schwarz
Environmental modelling & software 75, 77-93, 2016
Linking urban sprawl and income segregation–Findings from a stylized agent-based model
C Guo, CM Buchmann, N Schwarz
Environment and Planning B: Urban analytics and city science 46 (3), 469-489, 2019
Implications of behavioral change for the resilience of pastoral systems—Lessons from an agent-based model
G Dressler, J Groeneveld, CM Buchmann, C Guo, N Hase, J Thober, ...
Ecological Complexity 40, 100710, 2019
The importance of individual movement and feeding behaviour for long-distance seed dispersal by red deer: a data-driven model
SJ Wright, M Heurich, CM Buchmann, R Böcker, FM Schurr
Movement ecology 8, 1-15, 2020
Energy costs, residential mobility, and segregation in a shrinking city
K Großmann, J Buchholz, C Buchmann, C Hedtke, C Höhnke, N Schwarz
Open House International 39 (2), 14-24, 2014
Shifts in plant functional community composition under hydrological stress strongly decelerate litter decomposition
J Walter, CM Buchmann, FM Schurr
Ecology and Evolution 10 (12), 5712-5724, 2020
Exploring the added value of population distribution indicators for studies of European urban form
C Guo, N Schwarz, CM Buchmann
Applied spatial analysis and policy 11, 439-463, 2018
Integrierte Modellierung urbaner Energiesysteme
M Gröger, M Verhoog, T Weinsziehr, C Buchmann, P Grunert, T Bruckner
Hamman, P.; Jehling, M.; Wintz, M, 253-275, 2014
Effects of seed morphology and orientation on secondary seed dispersal by wind
J Zhu, CM Buchmann, FM Schurr
Journal of Plant Ecology 15 (6), 1257-1272, 2022
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