Prof. Dr.

Sonja Jähnig

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Meine Forschung konzentriert sich auf die Auswirkungen globaler Veränderungen in Flussökosystemen, großskalige Verteilungsmuster der Biodiversität im Süßwasser und der Gesundheit von Flüssen, sowie ökologische Funktionen in Flussökosystemen.

 

Professur

für Aquatische Ökogeographie an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Geographisches Institut

 

Arbeitsgruppe: Aktuelle Mitarbeiter*innen

Postdocs: Fengzhi He, Alain Maasri

Gastwissenschaftler*innen: Ian Phillips, Jens Kiesel, Flavia Tromboni

Doktorand*innen: Martin Friedrichs-Manthey, Xing Chen

MSc-Student: Chente Ortiz, Eleni Chatziliadou 

Technik, Labor: Vanessa Bremerich, Annett Wetzig, Lisa-Lene Heinrich

Lebenslauf

seit 2020: Professorin für Aquatische Ökogeographie, Humbolt-Universität zu Berlin, Geographisches Institut

seit 2014: Arbeitsgruppenleiterin, IGB

2010-2013: Nachwuchsgruppenleiterin, Biodiversität und Klimaforschungszentrum (BiK‐F), Frankfurt

2009: Postdoc, Abteilung Fließgewässerökologie und Naturschutzforschung, Senckenberg, Frankfurt

2008: Postdoc, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, China

2004-2007: Doktorandin, Abteilung für Angewandte Zoologie / Hydrobiologie, Universität Duisburg-Essen

2001-2003: Stipendium “Sprache und Praxis”, Beijing, China

1997-2001: Diplom Umweltwissenschaften,  Universität Duisburg-Essen

Zukunft der limnischen Megafauna

Zukunft der limnischen Megafauna: Vielfalt, Funktionen, Bedrohungen und Auswirkungen auf die Erhaltung der Biodiversität
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Sonja Jähnig
Abteilung(en)
(Abt. 2) Ökosystemforschung
Beginn
04/2020
Ende
03/2025
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WANDEL: Wasserressourcen als bedeutende Faktoren der Energiewende auf lokaler und globaler Ebene

Wasser und Energie sind für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung global und in Deutschland von zentraler Bedeutung. Im Mittelpunkt von WANDEL steht die Fragestellung, ob eine Einschränkung der Wasserverfügbarkeit den Einsatz konventioneller Energiesysteme begrenzt und somit die Energiewende beschleunigt, oder diese sogar verlangsamt.
Ansprechpersonen
Sonja Jähnig
Martin Pusch
Abteilung(en)
(Abt. 2) Ökosystemforschung
Beginn
08/2017
Ende
07/2020
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GLANCE

Der Klimawandel wirkt sich nicht nur auf die Lufttemperaturen und Niederschläge an Land aus, auch unsere Bäche und Flüsse sind betroffen: die Wassertemperaturen steigen, Strömungsverhältnisse ändern sich, die Sauerstoffkonzentration sinkt, während sich der Nährstoffgehalt erhöht. Für die dort lebenden Pflanzen und Tiere bleibt das nicht ohne Folgen.
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Sonja Jähnig
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(Abt. 2) Ökosystemforschung
Beginn
08/2014
Ende
04/2020
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AQUACROSS

AQUACROSS hat das Ziel, Fortschritte in der Umsetzung einer ökosystembasierten Bewirtschaftung von aquatischen Ökosystemen zu erreichen. Damit soll ein Beitrag zur Umsetzung der Ziele der EU-Biodiversitätsstrategie für 2020 sowie anderer internationaler Schutzstrategien geleistet werden. Konkret bedeutet das, dass im Rahmen von AQUACROSS eine Bewertungsstrategie entwickelt und erprobt wird, die das gesamte Spektrum von Interaktionen in aquatischen Ökosystemen, einschließlich der Wechselwirkungen mit menschlichen Aktivitäten, abdeckt.
Ansprechpersonen
Sonja Jähnig
Martin Pusch
Abteilung(en)
(Abt. 2) Ökosystemforschung
Beginn
06/2015
Ende
12/2018
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2021

Meagan Harper; Hebah S. Mejbel; Dylan Longert; Robin Abell; T. Douglas Beard; Joseph R. Bennett; Stephanie M. Carlson; William Darwall; Anthony Dell; Sami Domisch; David Dudgeon; Jörg Freyhof; Ian Harrison; Kathy A. Hughes; Sonja C. Jähnig; Jonathan M. Jeschke; Richard Lansdown; Mark Lintermans; Abigail J. Lynch; Helen M. R. Meredith; Sanjay Molur; Julian D. Olden; Steve J. Ormerod; Harmony Patricio; Andrea J. Reid; Astrid Schmidt-Kloiber; Michele Thieme; David Tickner; Eren Turak; Olaf L. F. Weyl; Steven J. Cooke

Twenty-five essential research questions to inform the protection and restoration of freshwater biodiversity

Aquatic Conservation. - 31(2021)9, 2632-2653
Charles B. van Rees; Kerry A. Waylen; Astrid Schmidt‐Kloiber; Stephen J. Thackeray; Gregor Kalinkat; Koen Martens; Sami Domisch; Ana I. Lillebø; Virgilio Hermoso; Hans‐Peter Grossart; Rafaela Schinegger; Kris Decleer; Tim Adriaens; Luc Denys; Ivan Jarić; Jan H. Janse; Michael T. Monaghan; Aaike De Wever; Ilse Geijzendorffer; Mihai C. Adamescu; Sonja C. Jähnig

Safeguarding freshwater life beyond 2020: recommendations for the new global biodiversity framework from the European experience

Conservation Letters. - 14(2021)1, Art. e12771
Sonja C. Jähnig; Viktor Baranov; Florian Altermatt; Peter Cranston; Martin Friedrichs‐Manthey; Juergen Geist; Fengzhi He; Jani Heino; Daniel Hering; Franz Hölker; Jonas Jourdan; Gregor Kalinkat; Jens Kiesel; Florian Leese; Alain Maasri; Michael T. Monaghan; Ralf B. Schäfer; Klement Tockner; Jonathan D. Tonkin; Sami Domisch

Revisiting global trends in freshwater insect biodiversity

WIREs Water. - 8(2021)2, Art. e1506

2020

Ivan Jarić; Uri Roll; Robert Arlinghaus; Jonathan Belmaker; Yan Chen; Victor China; Karel Douda; Franz Essl; Sonja C. Jähnig; Jonathan M. Jeschke; Gregor Kalinkat; Lukáš Kalous; Richard Ladle; Robert J. Lennox; Rui Rosa; Valerio Sbragaglia; Kate Sherren; Marek Šmejkal; Andrea Soriano-Redondo; Allan T. Souza; Christian Wolter; Ricardo A. Correia

Expanding conservation culturomics and iEcology from terrestrial to aquatic realms

PLoS Biology. - 18(2020)10, e3000935
Alyssa J. Serlet; Gregorio A. López Moreira M.; Guido Zolezzi; Geraldene Wharton; Franz Hölker; Angela M. Gurnell; Klement Tockner; Walter Bertoldi; Maria Cristina Bruno; Sonja C. Jähnig; Jörg Lewandowski; Michael T. Monaghan; Matthias C. Rillig; Marina Rogato; Marco Toffolon; Stavros D. Veresoglou; Christiane Zarfl

SMART research: toward interdisciplinary river science in Europe

Frontiers in Environmental Science. - 8(2020)art. 63
Rosetta C. Blackman; Andreas Bruder; Francis J. Burdon; Peter Convey; W. Chris Funk; Sonja C. Jähnig; Mary Alphonce Kishe; Marcelo S. Moretti; Vianny Natugonza; Jan Pawlowski; Rachel Stubbington; Xiaowei Zhang; Ole Seehausen; Florian Altermatt

A meeting framework for inclusive and sustainable science

Nature Ecology & Evolution. - 4(2020)5, S. 668-671
Marcos Moleón; José A. Sánchez-Zapata; José A. Donázar; Eloy Revilla; Berta Martín-López; Cayetano Gutiérrez-Cánovas; Wayne M. Getz; Zebensui Morales-Reyes; Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz; Larry B. Crowder; Mauro Galetti; Manuela González-Suárez; Fengzhi He; Pedro Jordano; Rebecca Lewison; Robin Naidoo; Norman Owen-Smith; Nuria Selva; Jens-Christian Svenning; José L. Tella; Christiane Zarfl; Sonja C. Jähnig; Matt W. Hayward; Søren Faurby; Nuria García; Anthony D. Barnosky; Klement Tockner

Rethinking megafauna

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London : Ser. B, Biological Sciences. - 287(2020)1922, 20192643
Martin Friedrichs-Manthey; Simone D. Langhans; Thomas Hein; Florian Borgwardt; Harald Kling; Sonja C. Jähnig; Sami Domisch

Art-Areal-Modellierung für Fischarten im Einzugsgebiet der oberen Donau: Aspekte zur Interpretation der Projektionen

Wasserwirtschaft. - 110(2020)2-3, S. 38-40

2019

Sonja C. Jähnig - lead author; Rita Adrian; Hans-Peter Grossart; Jörg Freyhof; Matthias Stöck; Franz Hölker; Jonathan Jeschke; Robert Arlinghaus; Mark Gessner; Martin Pusch; Daniel Hering ...; Peter Haase; Hans Jürgen Hahn ...; Dietrich Borchardt ...; Frank Suhling; Dietmar Staile ...; Thomas Berendonk ...; Jürgen Geist; Ursula Gaedke; Guntram Weithoff; Jörg Dutz ...; Judith Piontek; Marlene Pätzig; Steffen Pauls; Nike Sommerwerk

Living waters: a research agenda for the biodiversity of inland and coastal waters

13 S.
Sonja C. Jähnig - Federführung; Rita Adrian; Hans-Peter Grossart; Jörg Freyhof; Matthias Stöck; Franz Hölker; Jonathan Jeschke; Robert Arlinghaus; Mark Gessner; Martin Pusch; Daniel Hering ...; Peter Haase; Hans Jürgen Hahn ...; Dietrich Borchardt ...; Frank Suhling; Dietmar Staile ...; Thomas Berendonk ...; Jürgen Geist; Ursula Gaedke; Guntram Weithoff; Jörg Dutz ...; Judith Piontek; Marlene Pätzig; Steffen Pauls; Nike Sommerwerk

Lebendiges Wasser: Forschungsagenda zur biologischen Vielfalt der Binnen- und Küstengewässer

13 S.
Fengzhi He; Christiane Zarfl; Vanessa Bremerich; Jonathan N. W. David; Zeb Hogan; Gregor Kalinkat; Klemet Tockner; Sonja C. Jähnig

The global decline of freshwater megafauna

Global Change Biology. - 25(2019)11, S. 3883-3892
Kris van Looy; Jonathan D. Tonkin; Mathieu Floury; Catherine Leigh; Janne Soininen; Stefano Larsen; Jani Heino; N. LeRoy Poff; Michael Delong; Sonja C. Jähnig; Thibault Datry; Nuria Bonada; Juliette Rosebery; Aurelien Jamoneau; Steve J. Ormerod; Kevin J. Collier; Christian Wolter

The three Rs of river ecosystem resilience: resources, recruitment, and refugia

River Research and Applications. - 35(2019)2, S. 107-120

2018

Jens Kiesel; Daniel Hering; Maria Ceylan; Mathias Kuemmerlen; Sonja Jähnig; Britta Schmalz; Nicola Fohrer

Modelling freshwater habitats and their macroinvertebrate communities

Novel methods and results of landscape research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia : monograph in 5 volumes. Vol. III: Landscape monitoring and modelling = Novye metody i rezul'taty issledovanij landsaftov v Evrope, Central'noj Azii i Sibiri / glavn. red.: Viktor G. Sycev i Lotar Mjuller. - Moskva, 2018. - T. III, ch. III/63, S. 301-306
Wiliam Darwall; Vanessa Bremerich; Aaike De Wever; Anthony I. Dell; Jörg Freyhof; Mark O. Gessner; Hans-Peter Grossart; Ian Harrison; Ken Irvine; Sonja C. Jähnig; Jonathan M. Jeschke; Jessica J. Lee; Cai Lu; Aleksandra M. Lewandowska; Michael T. Monaghan; Jens C. Nejstgaard; Harmony Patricio; Astrid Schmidt-Kloiber; Simon N. Stuart; Michele Thieme; Klement Tockner; Eren Turak; Olaf Weyl

The Alliance for Freshwater Life: a global call to unite efforts for freshwater biodiversity science and conservation

Aquatic Conservation. - 28(2018)4, S. 1015-1022

2017

Gregor Kalinkat; Juliano S. Cabral; William Darwall; G. Francesco Ficetola; Judith L. Fisher; Darren P. Giling; Marie-Pierre Gosselin; Hans-Peter Grossart; Sonja C. Jähnig; Jonathan M. Jeschke; Klaus Knopf; Stefano Larsen; Gabriela Onandia; Marlene Paetzig; Wolf-Christian Saul; Gabriel Singer; Erik Sperfeld; Ivan Jaric

Flagship umbrella species needed for the conservation of overlooked aquatic biodiversity

Conservation Biology. - 31(2017)2, S. 481-485

2016

2015

Mathias Kuemmerlen; Britta Schmalz; Qinghua Cai; Peter Haase; Nicola Fohrer; Sonja C. Jähnig

An attack on two fronts

Freshwater Biology. - 60(2015)7, S. 1443-1458

2014

2013

2012

2009

Alle Publikationen

Full publication list Sonja C. Jähnig (October 2020)

Publications (peer reviewed; * shared last authorship)

2020

85.    Blackman RC, Bruder A, Burdon FJ, Convey P, Funk WC, Jähnig SC, Kishe MA, Moretti MS, Natugonza V, Pawlowski J, Stubbington R, Zhang X, Seehausen O, Altermatt F. 2020. A meeting framework for inclusive and sustainable science. Nature Ecology & Evolution 4:668-671. DOI: 10.1038/s41559-020-1190-x.

84.    Friedrichs M, Langhans SD, Hein T, Borgwardt F, Kling H, Jähnig SC*, Domisch S*. 2020. From topography to hydrology - Exploring catchment-scale environmental filters in freshwater species distribution models. Ecology and Evolution 10: 2956–2968. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.6110.

83.    Friedrichs M, Langhans SD, Hein T, Borgwardt F, Kling H, Jähnig SC*, Domisch S*. 2020. Art-Areal-Modellierung für Fischarten im Einzugsgebiet der oberen Donau - Aspekte zur Interpretation der Projektionen. Wasserwirtschaft 110 :38-40. DOI: 10.1007/s35147-020-0350-x.

82.    He F, Langhans SD, Wanke R, Zarfl C, Tockner K, Jähnig SC. 2020. Combined effects of life-history traits and anthropogenic threats on extinction risk of freshwater megafauna. Conservation Biology, e13590. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13590.

81.    He F, Wu N, Dong X, Tang T, Domisch S, Cai Q, Jähnig SC. 2020. Elevation, aspect, and local environment jointly determine diatom and macroinvertebrate diversity in the Cangshan Mountain, Southwest China. Ecological Indicators 108: 105618. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2019.105618.

80.    Irving K, Jähnig SC*, Kuemmerlen M*. 2020. Identifying and applying the optimum set of environ-mental variables to predict distributions of riverine benthic macroinvertebrates. Inland Waters. 10: 11–28. DOI: 10.1080/20442041.2019.1653111.

79.    Jaric I, Roll U, Arlinghaus R et al. (2020) Expanding conservation culturomics and iEcology from terrestrial to aquatic realms. PlosBiology 18: e3000935. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000935.

78.    Kakouei K, Domisch S, Kiesel J, Kail J, Jähnig CS. 2020. Climate model variability leads to uncertain predictions of the future abundance of stream macroinvertebrates. Scientific Reports, 10, 2520. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-59107-y.

77.    Kiesel J, Kakouei K, Guse B, Fohrer N, Jähnig SC. 2020. When is a hydrological model sufficiently calibrated to depict flow preferences of riverine species. Ecohydrology 13: e2193. DOI: 10.1002/eco.2193.

76.    Kiesel J, Stanzel P, Kling H, Fohrer N, Jähnig SC, Pechlivanidis I. 2020. Streamflow-based evaluation of climate model sub-selection methods Climatic Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-020-02854-8.

75.    Kurthen AL, He F, Dong X, Maasri A, Wu N, Cai Q, Jähnig SC. 2020. Metacommunity Structures of Macroinvertebrates and Diatoms in High Mountain Streams, Yunnan, China. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8: Article 571887. DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2020.571887.

74.    Moleón M, Sánchez-Zapata JA, Donázar JA, Revilla E, Martín-López B, Gutiérrez-Cánovas C, Getz WM, Morales-Reyes Z, Campos-Arceiz A, Crowder LB, Galetti M, González-Suárez M, He F, Jordano P, Lewison R, Naidoo R, Owen-Smith N, Selva N, Svenning J-C, Tella JL, Zarfl C, Jähnig SC, Hayward MW, Faurby S, García N, Barnosky AD, Tockner K. 2020. Rethinking megafauna. Proceedings of the Royal Society B - Biological Sciences 287: 20192643. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2019.2643.

73.    Serlet AJ, López Moreira M GA, Zolezzi G et al. (2020) SMART Research: Toward Interdisciplinary River Science in Europe. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 8: 63. DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.00063.

72.    Van Rees CB, Waylen KA, Schmidt-Kloiber A, …, Jähnig SC. 2020. Safeguarding freshwater life beyond 2020: Recommendations for the new global biodiversity framework from the European experience. Conservation Letters, e12771. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12771.

 

2019

71.    Domisch S, Friedrichs M, Hein T, Pletterbauer F, Wetzig A, Jähnig SC*, Langhans SD*. 2019. Spatially-explicit species distribution models: a missed opportunity in conservation planning. Diversity and Distributions 25:758-769. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12891.

70.    Domisch S, Kakouei K, Martínez-López J, Bagstad KJ, Magrach A, Balbi S, Villa F, Funk A, Hein T, Borgwardt F, Hermoso V, Jähnig SC*, Langhans SD*. 2019. Social equity shapes zone-selection: Balancing aquatic biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services delivery in the transnational Danube River Basin. Science of the Total Environment 656:797-807. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.348.

69.    He F, Jähnig SC. 2019. Put freshwater megafauna on the table before they are eaten to extinction. Conservation Letters: e12662. DOI: 10.1111/conl.12662.

68.    He F, Zarfl C, Bremerich V, David JNW, Hogan Z, Kalinkat G, Tockner K, Jähnig SC. 2019. The global decline in freshwater megafauna populations. Global Change Biology 25:3883-3892. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14753.

67.    Hjalmarsson AE, Graf W, Vitecek S, Jähnig SC, Cai Q, Sharma S, Tong X, Li F, Shah DN, Tachamo-Shah RD, Pauls S. 2019. Molecular phylogeny of Himalopsyche (Trichoptera, Rhyacophilidae). Systematic Entomology 44:973–984. DOI: 10.1111/syen.12367.

66.    Jähnig SC, Adrian R, Arlinghaus R, Becks L, Behrmann-Godel J, Berendonk T, Borchardt D, Dutz J, Freyhof J, Gaedke U, Geist J, Gessner M, Großart H-P, Haase P, Hahn HJ, Hering D, Hölker F, Jeschke J, Jürgens K, Kremp A, Kube S, Labrenz M, Leese F, Pätzig M, Pauls S, Piontek J, Pusch M, Schäfer RB, Schneider J, Stöck M, Straile D, Sommerwerk N, Suhling F, Wagner A, Weitere M, Weithoff G, Winkelmann C, Worischka S. 2019. Living Waters: A Research Agenda for the Biodiversity of Inland and Coastal Waters. DOI: 10.4126/FRL01-006418180.

65.    Jähnig SC, Monaghan MT, Hering D. 2019. In-depth approach to river management. Nature 572:32. DOI: 10.1038/d41586-019-02327-8.

64.    Kiesel J, Gericke A, Rathjens H, Wetzig A, Kakouei K, Jähnig SC*, Fohrer N*. 2019. Climate change impacts on ecologically relevant hydrological indicators in three catchments in three European ecoregions. Ecological Engineering 127:404-416. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoleng.2018.12.019.

63.    Lago M, Boteler B, Rouillard J, Abhold K, Jähnig SC, Iglesias-Campos A, Delacámara G, Piet GJ, Hein T, Nogueira AJA, Lillebø AI, Strosser P, Robinson LA, De Wever A, O'Higgins T, Schlüter M, Török L, Reichert P, van Ham C, Villa F, Hugh M. 2019. Introducing the H2020 AQUACROSS project: Knowledge, Assessment, and Management for AQUAtic Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services aCROSS EU policies. Science of the Total Environment 652:320-329. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.076.

62.    Langhans SD, Domisch S, Balbi S, Delacámara G, Hermoso V, Kümmerlen M, Martin R, Martínez-López J, Vermeiren P, Villa F, Jähnig SC. 2019. Combining eight research areas to foster the uptake of ecosystem-based management in fresh waters. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29:1161-1173. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.076.

61.    Langhans SD, Jähnig SC, Lago M, Schmid-Kloiber A, Hein T. 2019. The potential of ecosystem-based management to integrate biodiversity conservation and ecosystem service provision in aquatic ecosystems (editorial overview). Science of the Total Environment 672:1017–1020. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.04.025.

60.    Langhans SD, Jähnig SC, Schallenberg M. 2019. On the use of multicriteria decision analysis to formally integrate community values into ecosystem‐based freshwater management. River Research and Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.3388.

59.    Looy KV, Tonkin JD, Floury M, Leigh C, Soininen J, Larsen S, Heino J, Poff L, Delong M, Jähnig SC, Datry T, Bonada N, Rosebery J, Jamoneau A, Ormerod SJ, Collier K, and Wolter C. 2019. The three Rs of river ecosystem resilience: Resources, Recruitment and Refugia. River Research and Applications 35:107-120. DOI: 10.1002/rra.3396.

58.    Schmidt-Kloiber A, Bremerich V, De Wever A, Jähnig SC, Martens K, Strackbein J, Tockner K, Hering D. 2019. The Freshwater Information Platform: a global online network providing data, tools and resources for science and policy support. Hydrobiologia 838:1-11. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-019-03985-5.

57.    Zarfl C, Berlekamp J, He F, Jähnig SC, Darwall W, Tockner K. 2019. Future large hydropower dams impact global freshwater megafauna. Scientific Reports:18531. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-54980-8.

 

2018

56.    Darwall W, Bremerich V, Cai L, Wever AD, Dell T, Freyhof J, Gessner MO, Grossart H-P, Harrison I, Irvine K, Jähnig SC, Jeschke JM, Lee JJ, Lewandowska A, Monaghan MT, Nejstgaard JC, Patricio H, Schmidt-Kloiber A, Stuart SN, Thieme M, Tockner K, Turak E, Weyl O. 2018. The Alliance for Freshwater Life: a global call to unite efforts for freshwater biodiversity science and conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28:1015-1022. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2958.

55.    He F, Bremerich V, Zarfl C, Geldmann J, Langhans S, David J, Darwall W, Tockner K, Jähnig SC. 2018. Freshwater megafauna diversity: patterns, status, and threats. Diversity and Distributions 24:1395-1404. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12780.

54.    Hjalmarsson AE, Pauls SU, Vitecek S, Jähnig SC, Graf W. 2018. Molecular association and morphological characterization of Himalopsyche larval types (Trichoptera, Rhyacophilidae). Zookeys 773:79–108. DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.773.24319.

53.    Irving K, Kakouei K, Kiesel J, Domisch S, Kuemmerlen M, Jähnig SC. 2018. A high-resolution streamflow and hydrological metrics dataset for ecological modeling using a regression model. Scientific Data 5:180224. DOI: 10.1038/sdata.2018.224.

52.    Kakouei K, Kiesel J, Domisch S, Irving K, Jähnig SC*, Kail J*. 2018. Projected effects of climate-change-induced flow alterations on stream macroinvertebrate abundances. Ecology and Evolution 8:3393–3409. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3907.

 

2017

51.    Carrizo SF, Jähnig SC#, Bremerich V, Freyhof J, Harrison I, He F, Langhans SD, Tockner K, Zarfl C, Darwall W. 2017. Freshwater megafauna: Global flagships for freshwater biodiversity under threat. BioScience 67:919–927. #corresponding author. DOI: 10.1093/biosci/bix099.

50.    Domisch S, Portmann FT, Kuemmerlen M, O'Hara RB, Johnson RK, Davy-Bowker J, Bækken T, Zamora-Muñoz C, Sáinz-Bariáin M, Bonada N, Haase P, Döll P, Jähnig SC (2017) Using streamflow observations to estimate the impact of hydrological regimes and anthropogenic water use on European stream macroinvertebrate occurrences. Ecohydrology 10(8): e1895. DOI: 10.1002/eco.1895.

49.    He F, Zarfl C, Bremerich V, Henshaw A, Darwall W, Tockner K, Jähnig SC. 2017. Disappearing giants: a review of threats on freshwater megafauna. WIREs Water 4:e1208. DOI: 0.1002/wat2.1208.

48.    Jähnig SC, Tonkin JD, Gies M, Domisch S, Hering D, Haase P. 2017. Severity multipliers as a methodology to explore potential effects of climate change on stream bioassessment programs. Water 9:188, DOI: 10.3390/w9040188.

47.    Kakouei K, Kiesel J, Pusch M, Kail J, Jähnig SC. 2017. Quantitative hydrologic preferences of benthic stream invertebrates in Germany. Ecological Indicators 9:163-172. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.04.029.

46.    Kalinkat G, Cabral JS, Darwall W, Ficetola GF, Fisher JL, Giling D, Gosselin M-P, Grossart H-P, Jähnig SC, Jeschke JM, Knopf K, Larsen S, Onandia G, Paetzig M, Saul W-C, Singer G, Sperfeld E, and Jarić I. 2017. Flagship umbrella species needed for the conservation of overlooked aquatic biodiversity. Conservation Biology 31(2): 481-485. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12813.

45.    Kalinkat G, Jähnig SC, Jeschke JM. 2017. Exceptional body size-extinction risk relations shed new light on the freshwater biodiversity crisis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1717087114.

44.    Kiesel J, Guse B, Pfannerstill M, Kakouei K, Jähnig S*, Fohrer N*. 2017. Improving hydrological model optimization for riverine species. Ecological Indicators 80:376-385. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.04.032.

43.    Tonkin JD, Tachamo-Shah RD, Shah DN, Hoppeler F, Jähnig SC*, and Pauls SU*. 2017. Metacommunity structuring in Himalayan streams over large elevational gradients: the role of dispersal routes and niche characteristics. Journal of Biogeography 44: 62–74. DOI: 10.1111/jbi.12895.

 

2016

42.    Hoppeler F, Shah RDT, Shah DN, Jähnig SC, Tonkin JD, Sharma S, and Pauls SU. 2016. Environmental and spatial characterisation of an unknown fauna using DNA sequencing – An example with Himalayan Hydropsychidae (Insecta: Trichoptera). Freshwater Biology 61:1905–1920. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12824.

41.    Tonkin JD, Heino J, Sundermann A, Haase P*, Jähnig SC*. 2016. Context dependency in biodiversity patterns of stream metacommunities. Freshwater Biology 61: 607–620. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12728.

40.    Tonkin JD, Stoll S, Haase P, Jähnig SC. 2016. Elements of metacommunity structure of river and riparian assemblages: communities, taxonomic groups and deconstructed trait groups. Ecological Complexity 25: 35–43. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecocom.2015.12.002.

39.    Tonkin JD, Stoll S, Jähnig SC*, Haase P*. 2016. Anthropogenic land-use stress alters community concordance at the river-riparian interface. Ecological Indicators 65: 133-141. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2015.08.037.

 

2015

38.    Tonkin JD, Stoll S, Jähnig SC*, Haase P*. 2016. Contrasting metacommunity structure and beta diversity in a river-floodplain system. Oikos 125: 686-697. DOI: 10.1111/oik.02717.

37.    Chen C, Börnick H, Cai Q, Dai X, Jähnig SC, Kong Y, Krebs P, Kuenzer C, Kunstmann H, Liu Y, et al. 2015. Challenges and opportunities of German-Chinese cooperation in water science and technology. Environmental Earth Sciences 73:4861-4871. DOI: 10.1007/s12665-015-4149-5.

36.    Domisch S, Jähnig SC, Simaika JP, Kuemmerlen M, Stoll S. 2015. Application of species distribution models in stream ecosystems: the challenge of spatial scale, environmental predictors and species occurrence data. Fundamental and Applied Limnology (Archiv für Hydrobiologie) 186:45–61. DOI: 10.1127/fal/2015/0627.

35.    Favre A, Päckert M, Pauls SU, Jähnig SC, Uhl D, Michalak I, Muellner-Riehl AN. 2015. The role of the uplift of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau for the evolution of Tibetan biotas. Biological Reviews 90:236–253. DOI: 10.1111/brv.12107.

34.    Jähnig SC, Shah DN, Shah RDT, Li F, Cai Q, Sundermann A, Tonkin JD, Stendera S. 2015. Community-environment relationships of riverine invertebrate communities in central Chinese streams. Environmental Earth Sciences 74:6431–6442. DOI: 10.1007/s12665-015-4466-8.

33.    Kiesel J, Schröder M, Hering D, Schmalz B, Hörmann G, Jähnig SC, Fohrer N. 2015. A new model linking macroinvertebrate assemblages to habitat composition in rivers: development, sensitivity and univariate application. Fundamental and Applied Limnology (Archiv für Hydrobiologie) 186:117–133. DOI: 10.1127/fal/2015/0625.

32.    Kuemmerlen M, Schmalz B, Cai Q, Haase P, Fohrer N, Jähnig SC. 2015. An attack on two fronts: how predicted climate and land use changes affect the predicted distribution of stream macroinvertebrates. Freshwater Biology 60:1443–1458. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12580.

31.    Schmalz B, Qi Z, Kuemmerlen M, Cai Q, Jähnig SC*, Fohrer N*. 2015. Modelling spatial distribution of surface runoff and sediment yield in a Chinese river basin without continuous sediment monitoring. Hydrological Science Journal 60:801–824. DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2014.967245.

30.    Shah DN, Tonkin JD, Haase P*, Jähnig SC*. 2015. Latitudinal patterns and determinants of aquatic insect richness across Europe. Limnologica 55:33-43. DOI: 10.1016/j.limno.2015.11.001.

29.    Tachamo-Shah RD, Sharma S, Haase P, Jähnig SC*, Pauls SU*. 2015. The climate sensitive zone along an altitudinal gradient in central Himalayan rivers: a useful concept to monitor climate change impacts in mountain regions. Climatic Change 132:265–278. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-015-1417-z.

28.    Tonkin JD, Shah DN, Kuemmerlen M, Li F, Cai Q, Haase P*, Jähnig SC*. 2015. Climatic and catchment-scale predictors of Chinese stream insect richness differ with order. PlosONE 10:e0123250. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0123250.

27.    Tonkin JD, Sundermann A, Jähnig SC*, Haase P*. 2015. Environmental controls on river assemblages at the regional scale: an application of the Elements of Metacommunity Structure framework. PlosONE 10(8):e0135450. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135450.

 

2014

26.    Januschke K, Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, 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. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2013.10.031.

25.    Kuemmerlen M, Schmalz B, Guse B, Cai Q, Fohrer N, Jähnig SC. 2014. Integrating catchment properties in small scale species distribution models of stream macroinvertebrates. Ecological Modelling 277:77-86. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.01.020.

24.    Schmalz B, Kuemmerlen M, Kiesel J, Cai Q, Jähnig SC, Fohrer N. 2014. Impacts of land use changes on hydrological components and macroinvertebrate distributions in the Poyang lake area. Ecohydrology DOI: 10.1002/eco.1569.

23.    Shah DN, Domisch S, Pauls SU, Haase P, Jähnig SC. 2014. Current and Future Latitudinal Gradients in Stream Macroinvertebrate Richness Across North America. Freshwater Science 33:1136-1147. DOI: 10.1086/678492.

22.    Tonkin J, Jähnig SC*, Haase P*. 2014. The Rise of Riverine Flow-ecology and Environmental Flow Research. Environmental Processes 1:323–330. DOI: 10.1007/s40710-014-0024-8.

 

2013

21.    Domisch S, Araújo MB, Bonada N, Pauls SU, Jähnig SC*, Haase P*. 2013. Modelling distribution in European stream macroinvertebrates under future climates. Global Change Biology 19:752–762. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12107.

20.    Domisch S, Kuemmerlen M, Jähnig SC*, 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 Modelling 257:1– 10. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.02.019.

19.    Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, Lorenz RRC, 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. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-012-1264-0.

18.    Schröder M, Kiesel J, Schattmann A, Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, Kramm S, Keizer-Vlek H, Rolauffs P, Graf W, Leitner P, et al. 2013. Substratum associations of benthic invertebrates in lowland and mountain streams. Ecological Indicators 30:178–189. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2013.02.012.

 

2012

17.    Haase P, Hering D, Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, Sundermann A. 2013. The impact of hydromorphological restoration on river ecological status: a comparison of fish, benthic invertebrates, and macrophytes. Hydrobiologia 704:475-488. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-012-1255-1.

16.    Jähnig SC, Kuemmerlen M, Kiesel J, Domisch S, Cai Q, Schmalz B, Fohrer N. 2012. Modelling of riverine ecosystems by integrating models: conceptual approach, a case study and research agenda. Journal of Biogeography 39:2253–2263. DOI: 10.1111/jbi.12009.

15.    Kail J, Arle J, Jähnig SC. 2012. Limiting factors and thresholds for macroinvertebrate assemblages in European rivers: Empirical evidence from three datasets on water quality, catchment urbanization, and river restoration. Ecological Indicators 18:63-72. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2011.09.038.

14.    Kuemmerlen M, Domisch S, Schmalz B, Cai Q, Fohrer N, Jähnig SC. 2012. Integrierte Modellierung von aquatischen Ökosystemen in China: Arealbestimmung von Makrozoobenthos auf Einzugsgebietsebene. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56:185-192. DOI: 10.5675/HyWa_2012,4_3.

13.    Li F, Cai Q, Qu X, Tang T, Wu N, Fu X, Duan S, Jähnig SC. 2012. Characterizing macroinvertebrate communities across China: large- scale implementation of a self-organizing map. Ecological Indicators 23:394–401. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2012.04.017.

12.    Schmalz B, Kuemmerlen M, Strehmel A, Song S, Cai Q, Jähnig SC, Fohrer N. 2012. Integrierte Modellierung von aquatischen Ökosystemen in China: Ökohydrologie und Hydraulik. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 56:169-184. DOI: 10.5675/HyWa_2012,4_2

 

2011

11.    Brederveld RJ, Brunzel S, Lorenz AW, Jähnig SC, Soons MB. 2011. Dispersal is a limiting factor in the colonization of restored mountain streams by plants and macroinvertebrates. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:1241–1250. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02026.x.

10.    Domisch S, Jähnig SC*, Haase P*. 2011. Climate-change winners and losers: stream macroinvertebrates of a submontane region in Central Europe. Freshwater Biology 56:2009–2020. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02631.x.

9.      Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, Hering D, Antons C, Sundermann A, Jedicke E, Haase P. 2011. River restoration success: a question of perception. Ecological Applications 21:2007-2015. DOI: 10.1890/10-0618.1.

 

2010

8.      Jähnig SC, Brabec K, Buffagni A, Erba S, Lorenz AW, Ofenböck T, Verdonschot PFM, 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. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2010.01807.x.

7.      Jähnig SC, Cai Q. 2010. River water quality assessment in selected Yangtze tributaries: Background and method development. Journal of Earth Science 21:876–881. DOI: 10.1007/s12583-010-0140-y.

 

2009

6.      Jähnig SC, Brunzel S, Gacek S, Lorenz AW, 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. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2009.01611.x.

5.      Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, Hering D. 2009. Restoration effort, habitat mosaics, and macroinvertebrates  -  does channel form determine community composition? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19:157-169. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.976.

4.      Kail J, Jähnig SC, 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. DOI: 10.1127/1863-9135/2009/0174-0063.

3.      Lorenz AW, Jähnig SC, Hering D. 2009. Re-Meandering German Lowland Streams: Qualitative and Quantitative Effects of Restoration Measures on Hydromorphology and Macroinvertebrates. Environmental Management 44:745-754. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-009-9350-4.

 

2008

2.      Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW, 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 18:1200-1216. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.875.

1.      Jähnig SC, Lorenz AW. 2008. Substrate-specific macroinvertebrate diversity patterns following stream restoration. Aquatic Sciences - Research Across Boundaries 70:292-303. DOI: 10.1007/s00027-008-8042-0.

 

Books and book chapters

8.   Kiesel J, Hering D, Ceylan M, Kuemmerlen M, Jähnig SC, Schmalz B, Fohrer N. 2018. Modelling freshwater habitats and their macroinvertebrate communities. In: Sychev VG, and Mueller L, eds. Novel Methods and Results of Landscape Research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia. pp. 301-306. Moskow: Publishing House FSBSI «Pryanishnikov Institute of Agrochemistry». DOI: 10.25680/5045.2018.95.10.256.

7.   He F, Sun X, Dong X, Cai Q, Jähnig SC. 2019. Benthic macroinvertebrates as indicators for river health in Changjiang Basin. In: Yue T, Nixdorf E, Zhou C, Xu B, Zhao N, Fan Z, Huang X, Chen C, and Kolditz O, eds. Chinese Water Systems - Poyang Lake. pp. 207-217. Cham: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-97725-6_14.

6.   Jähnig SC, Sommerhäuser M und Hering D (Eds). 2011. Fließgewässerrenaturierung heute und morgen - Wasserrahmenrichtlinie, Maßnahmen und Effizienzkontrolle. Limnologie aktuell Vol. 13. E. Schweitzerbartschen Verlagsbuchhandlung (Nägele u. Obermiller) Stuttgart.

5.   Jähnig SC, Lorenz A, Brunzel S, Hering D. 2011. Renaturierung von Mittelgebirgsflüssen – Auswirkung auf verschiedene Organismengruppen: Makrozoobenthos, Auenvegetation, Laufkäfer. In Fließgewässerrenaturierung heute und morgen - Wasserrahmenrichtlinie, Massnahmen und Effizienzkontrolle (Eds. Jähnig SC, Sommerhäuser M, Hering D). pp. 43-58. Nägele u. Obermiller Stuttgart.

4.   Jähnig SC, Sommerhäuser M, Hering D. 2011. Fließgewässer-Renaturierung heute: Zielsetzungen, Methodik und Effizienzkontrolle. In Fließgewässerrenaturierung heute und morgen - Wasserrahmenrichtlinie, Maßnahmen und Effizienzkontrolle (Eds. Jähnig SC, Sommerhäuser M, Hering D). pp. 1-6. Nägele u. Obermiller Stuttgart.

3.   Hering D, Jähnig SC, Sommerhäuser M. 2011. Fließgewässer-Renaturierung morgen: Zusammenfassende Bewertung und Handlungsempfehlungen. In Fließgewässerrenaturierung heute und morgen - Wasserrahmenrichtlinie, Maßnahmen und Effizienzkontrolle (Eds. Jähnig SC, Sommerhäuser M, Hering D). pp. 273-279. Nägele u. Obermiller Stuttgart.

2.   Verdonschot PFM, Hering D, Murphy J, Jähnig SC, Rose NL, Graf W, Brabec K and Sandin L. 2010. Climate change and the hydrology and morphology of freshwater ecosystems. In Climate Change Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems (Eds. Kernan M, Battarbee R, Moss B), pp. 65-83. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. DOI: 10.1002/9781444327397.ch4.

1.   Abendroth G v, Dombrowsky M, Hennings D, Jähnig S, Lotz EM, Sobotka M, Stock J, Ulbig A, Wesner P and Wittmann T (editors). 2008. Gemacht für die Zukunft... Kreislaufwirtschaft in der Unternehmenspraxis. Murmann Verlag Hamburg.

 

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