Jürgen Groeneveld


Contact

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ

Department of Ecological Modelling

Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig
Germany

Tel.: +49 341 235-1711
Fax: +49 341 235-3500
juergen.groeneveld@ufz.de    

Jürgen Groeneveld

Research

  • Physiological models for Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba)
  • Mechanisms of coexistence in species diverse and fire prone shrublands
  • Plant metapopulation models
  • Forest models
  • Land use change
  • Individual based simulation models

Publications

Latest Publications:

  • Groeneveld, J., Müller, B., Buchmann, C.M., Dressler, G., Guo, C., Hase, N., Hoffmann, F., John, F., Klassert, C., Lauf, T., Liebelt, V., Nolzen, H., Pannicke, N., Schulze, J., Weise, H., Schwarz, N., (2017):
    Theoretical foundations of human decision-making in agent-based land use models – A review
    Environ. Modell. Softw. 87 , 39 - 48
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  • Lucas, R., Groeneveld, J., Harms, H., Johst, K., Frank, K., Kleinsteuber, S., (2017):
    A critical evaluation of ecological indices for the comparative analysis of microbial communities based on molecular datasets
    FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 93 (1), fiw209
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  • Schlüter, M., Baeza, A., Dressler, G., Frank, K., Groeneveld, J., Jager, W., Janssen, M.A., McAllister, R.R.J., Müller, B., Orach, K., Schwarz, N., Wijermans, N., (2017):
    A framework for mapping and comparing behavioural theories in models of social-ecological systems
    Ecol. Econ. 131 , 21 - 35
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  • Sun, Z., Lorscheid, I., Millington, J.D., Lauf, S., Magliocca, N.R., Groeneveld, J., Balbi, S., Nolzen, H., Müller, B., Schulze, J., Buchmann, C.M., (2017):
    Simple or complicated agent-based models? A complicated issue
    Environ. Modell. Softw. 86 , 56 - 67
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  • Ayllón, D., Railsback, S.F., Vincenzi, S., Groeneveld, J., Almodóvar, A., Grimm, V., (2016):
    InSTREAM-Gen: Modelling eco-evolutionary dynamics of trout populations under anthropogenic environmental change
    Ecol. Model. 326 , 36 - 53
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  • Dantas de Paula, M., Groeneveld, J., Huth, A., (2016):
    The extent of edge effects in fragmented landscapes: Insights from satellite measurements of tree cover
    Ecol. Indic. 69 , 196 - 204
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  • Fischer, R., Bohn, F., Dantas de Paula, M., Dislich, C., Groeneveld, J., Gutiérrez, A.G., Kazmierczak, M., Knapp, N., Lehmann, S., Paulick, S., Pütz, S., Rödig, E., Taubert, F., Köhler, P., Huth, A., (2016):
    Lessons learned from applying a forest gap model to understand ecosystem and carbon dynamics of complex tropical forests
    Ecol. Model. 326 , 124 - 133
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  • Kazmierczak, M., Backmann, P., Fedriani, J.M., Fischer, R., Hartmann, A.K., Huth, A., May, F., Müller, M.S., Taubert, F., Grimm, V., Groeneveld, J., (2016):
    Monodominance in tropical forests: modelling reveals emerging clusters and phase transitions
    J. R. Soc. Interface 13 (117), art. 0123
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  • Radchuk, V., Oppel, S., Groeneveld, J., Grimm, V., Schtickzelle, N., (2016):
    Simple or complex: Relative impact of data availability and model purpose on the choice of model types for population viability analyses
    Ecol. Model. 323 , 87 - 95
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  • Singer, A., Johst, K., Banitz, T., Fowler, M.S., Groeneveld, J., Gutiérrez, A.G., Hartig, F., Krug, R.M., Liess, M., Matlack, G., Meyer, K.M., Pe'er, G., Radchuk, V., Voinopol-Sassu, A.-J., Travis, J.M.J., (2016):
    Community dynamics under environmental change: How can next generation mechanistic models improve projections of species distributions?
    Ecol. Model. 326 , 63 - 74
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  • Dantas de Paula, M., Groeneveld, J., Huth, A., (2015):
    Tropical forest degradation and recovery in fragmented landscapes — Simulating changes in tree community, forest hydrology and carbon balance
    Global Ecology and Conservation 3 , 664 - 677
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  • Groeneveld, J., Johst, K., Kawaguchi, S., Meyer, B., Teschke, M., Grimm, V., (2015):
    How biological clocks and changing environmental conditions determine local population growth and species distribution in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): a conceptual model
    Ecol. Model. 303 , 78 - 86
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Full list of publications: Publications

Project

  • Member of the Virtual Helmholtz-Institute PolarTime