Scientific publications


Shah DN, Domisch S, Pauls SU, Haase P and Jähnig S (in press) Current and future latitudinal gradients in stream macroinvertebrates richness across North America. Freshwater Science.

Favre A, Päckert M, Pauls SU, Jähnig SC, Uhl D, Michalak I and Muellner-Riehl AN. 2014. The role of the uplift of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau for the evolution of Tibetan biotas. Biological Reviews. doi: 10.1111/brv.12107.

Tonkin J, Jähnig SC* and Haase P*. 2014. The rise of flow-ecology and environmental flow research. Environmental Processes 1: 323–330.

Januschke K, Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW and Hering D. 2014. Mountain river restoration measures and their success(ion): effects on river morphology, local species pool, and functional composition of three organism groups. Ecological Indicators 38: 243–255.

Kuemmerlen M, Schmalz B, Guse B, Cai Q, Fohrer N and Jähnig SC. 2014. Integrating catchment properties in small scale species distribution models of stream macroinvertebrates. Ecological Modeling 277: 77–86.

Domisch S, Kuemmerlen M, Jähnig SC* and Haase P*. 2013. Choice of study area and predictors affect habitat suitability projections, but not the performance of species distribution models of stream biota. Ecological Modeling 257: 1–10.

Schröder M, Kiesel J, Schattmann A, Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, Kramm S, Keizer-Vlek H, Rolauffs P, Graf W, Leitner P and Hering D. 2013. Substratum associations of benthic invertebrates in lowland and mountain streams. Ecological Indicators 30: 178–189.

Jähnig SC, Lorenz A, Lorenz RRC and Kail J. 2013. A comparison of habitat diversity and interannual habitat dynamics in actively and passively restored mountain rivers of Germany. Hydrobiologia, 712: 89–104.

Haase P, Hering D, Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW and Sundermann A. 2013. The impact of hydromorphological restoration on river ecological status: a comparison of fish, benthic invertebrates, and macrophytes. Hydrobiologia, 704: 475–488

Jähnig SC, Domisch S, Kiesel J, Kuemmerlen M, Cai Q, Schmalz B and Fohrer N. 2012. Modelling of riverine ecosystems by integrating models: conceptual approach, a case study and research agenda. Journal of Biogeography, 39: 2253–2263.

Domisch S, Araújo MB, Bonada N, Pauls SU, Jähnig SC* and Haase P*. 2012. Modelling distribution in European stream macroinvertebrates under future climates. Global Change Biology, 19: 752–762.

Kail J, Arle J and Jähnig SC. 2012. Limiting factors and thresholds for macroinvertebrate colonization in European rivers: Empirical evidence from three case-studies on water quality, catchment urbanization, and river restoration. Ecological Indicators, 18: 62–73.

Kuemmerlen M, Domisch S, Schmalz B, Cai Q, Fohrer N* and Jähnig SC*. 2012. Integrierte Modellierung von aquatischen Ökosystemen in China: Arealbestimmung von Makrozoobenthos auf Einzugsgebietsebene. Hydrologie & Wasserbewirtschaftung, 56: 185–192.

Li FQ, Cai QH, Qu XD, Tang T, Wu NC, Fu XC, Duan SG and Jähnig SC. 2012. Characterizing macroinvertebrate communities across China: large- scale implementation of a self-organizing map. Ecological Indicators, 23: 394–401.

Schmalz B, Kuemmerlen M, Strehmel A, Song S, Cai Q, Jähnig SC* and Fohrer N*. 2012. Integrierte Modellierung von aquatischen Ökosystemen in China: Ökohydrologie und Hydraulik. Hydrologie & Wasserbewirtschaftung, 56: 169–184.

Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, Hering D, Antons C, Sundermann A, Jedicke E and Haase P. 2011. River restoration success: a question of perception. Ecological Applications, 21: 2007–2015.

Brederveld RJ, Brunzel S, Lorenz AW, Jähnig SC and Soons MB. 2011. Dispersal of plants and benthic invertebrates affecting colonization of restored streams. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48: 1241–1250.

Domisch S, Jähnig SC* and Haase P*. 2011. Winners and losers of climate change: stream macroinvertebrates of the Central European lower mountain range. Freshwater Biology, 56: 2009–2020.

Jähnig SC, Brabec K, Buffagni A, Erba S, Lorenz AW, Ofenböck T, Verdonschot PFM and Hering D. 2010. A comparative analysis of restoration measures and their effects on hydromorphology and benthic invertebrates in 26 central and southern European rivers. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47: 671–680.

Jähnig SC and Cai Q. 2010. River water quality assessment in selected Yangtze tributaries: Background and method development. Journal of Earth Science, 21(6): 876–881.

Jähnig SC, Brunzel S, Gacek S, Lorenz AW and Hering D. 2009. Effects of re-braiding measures on hydromorphology, floodplain vegetation, ground beetles and benthic invertebrates in mountain rivers. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46: 406–416.

Jähnig SC, Lorenz A and Hering D. 2009. Habitat mosaics and macroinvertebrates – does channel form determine community composition? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 19: 157–169.

Kail J, Jähnig SC and Hering D. 2009. Relation between floodplain land use and river hydromorphology on different spatial scales a case study from two lower-mountain catchments in Germany. Fundamental and Applied Limnology (Archiv für Hydrobiologie), 174: 63–73.

Lorenz A, Jähnig S and Hering D. 2009. Re-Meandering German Lowland Streams: Qualitative and Quantitative Effects of Restoration Measures on Hydromorphology and Macroinvertebrates. Environmental Management, 44(4): 745–754.

Jähnig SC and Lorenz AW. 2008. Substrate-specific macroinvertebrate diversity patterns following stream restoration. Aquatic Sciences, 70: 292–303.

Jähnig SC, Lorenz A and Hering D. 2008. Hydromorphological parameters indicating differences between single- and multiple-channel mountain rivers in Germany, in relation to their modification and recovery. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 18: 12001216.