Barbara Moser
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Phenotypic plasticity facilitates resistance to climate change in a highly variable environment
S Richter, T Kipfer, T Wohlgemuth, CC Guerrero, J Ghazoul, B Moser
Oecologia 169 (1), 269-279, 2012
Soil heterogeneity buffers community response to climate change in species‐rich grassland
JD Fridley, JP Grime, AP Askew, B Moser, CJ Stevens
Global Change Biology 17 (5), 2002-2011, 2011
Potential shift in tree species composition after interaction of fire and drought in the Central Alps
B Moser, C Temperli, G Schneiter, T Wohlgemuth
European Journal of Forest Research 129 (4), 625-633, 2010
Importance of alternative food resources for browsing by roe deer on deciduous trees: the role of food availability and species quality
B Moser, M Schütz, KE Hindenlang
Forest Ecology and Management 226 (1-3), 248-255, 2006
Susceptibility of ectomycorrhizal fungi to soil heating
T Kipfer, S Egli, J Ghazoul, B Moser, T Wohlgemuth
Fungal biology 114 (5-6), 467-472, 2010
Ectomycorrhiza succession patterns in Pinus sylvestris forests after stand-replacing fire in the Central Alps
T Kipfer, B Moser, S Egli, T Wohlgemuth, J Ghazoul
Oecologia 167 (1), 219, 2011
Diversity of forest plant species at the community and landscape scales in Switzerland
T Wohlgemuth, B Moser, UB Brändli, P Kull, M Schütz
Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant …, 2008
Resource selection by roe deer: Are windthrow gaps attractive feeding places?
B Moser, M Schütz, KE Hindenlang
Forest Ecology and management 255 (3-4), 1179-1185, 2008
Effekte des Klimawandels auf Windwurf, Waldbrand und Walddynamik im Schweizer Wald| Effects of climate change on windthrow, forest fire and forest dynamics in Swiss forests
T Wohlgemuth, M Conedera, AK Albisetti, B Moser, T Usbeck, P Brang, ...
Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen 159 (10), 336-343, 2008
Tolerance of understory plants subject to herbivory by roe deer
B Moser, M Schütz
Oikos 114 (2), 311-321, 2006
No carbon “bet hedging” in pine seedlings under prolonged summer drought and elevated CO2
C Bachofen, B Moser, G Hoch, J Ghazoul, T Wohlgemuth
Journal of Ecology 106 (1), 31-46, 2018
Simulated migration in a long‐term climate change experiment: invasions impeded by dispersal limitation, not biotic resistance
B Moser, JD Fridley, AP Askew, JP Grime
Journal of Ecology 99 (5), 1229-1236, 2011
Ground vegetation monitoring in Swiss forests: comparison of survey methods and implications for trend assessments
A Thimonier, P Kull, W Keller, B Moser, T Wohlgemuth
Environmental monitoring and assessment 174 (1), 47-63, 2011
Fine-scale genetic structure of natural Tuber aestivum sites in southern Germany
V Molinier, C Murat, A Baltensweiler, U Büntgen, F Martin, B Meier, ...
Mycorrhiza 26 (8), 895-907, 2016
Drought resistance of Pinus sylvestris seedlings conferred by plastic root architecture rather than ectomycorrhizal colonisation
B Moser, T Kipfer, S Richter, S Egli, T Wohlgemuth
Annals of Forest Science 72 (3), 303-309, 2015
Dynamik der Wiederbewaldung im Waldbrandgeniet von Leuk (Wallis)
T Wohlgemuth
Impacts of snow and ungulates on the successional development of a mountain pine forest in the Swiss National Park
BO Krüsi, B Moser
Succession research in the Swiss National Park. Scientific Council of the …, 2000
Cold temperature extremes during spring do not limit the range shift of Mediterranean pines into regions with intermittent frost
C Bachofen, T Wohlgemuth, J Ghazoul, B Moser
Functional Ecology 30 (6), 856-865, 2016
Which plant species dominate early post-fire vegetation in the Central Alps, and why?
B Moser, T Wohlgemuth
Forest ecology and management 234 (1), S174, 2006
Root architecture might account for contrasting establishment success of Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii and Pinus sylvestris in Central Europe under dry conditions
B Moser, C Bachofen, JD Müller, M Metslaid, T Wohlgemuth
Annals of forest science 73 (4), 959-970, 2016
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