Dagmar Söndgerath

Contribution to MCED

  • Chap 9


    Dr. Dagmar Söndgerath
    University of Braunschweig
    Institute of Geoecology

    Department of Environmental System Analysis
    Langer Kamp 19c
    D-38106 Braunschweig, Germany





    Fields of work

    Population Dynamics

    Species Distribution

    Habitat Suitability

    Statistical Ecology

    Modelling approaches

    Matrix models

    Cellular automata

    Logistic regression models and other GLM’s

    Selected References

    Richter, O. & D. Söndgerath (1990). Parameter Estimation in Ecology. The Link between Data and Models. VCH, Weinheim.

    Söndgerath, D. & O. Richter (1990). An Extension of the Leslie Matrix Model for Describing Population Dynamics of Species with Several Development Stages. Biometrics 46: 595-607.

    Richter, O., R. Seppelt & D. Söndgerath (2002). Computer modelling. In: Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. A.H. El-Shaarawi and W.W. Piegorsch (eds.). John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester. 402-411.

    Söndgerath, D. & B. Schröder (2002). Population dynamics and habitat connectivity affecting the spatial spread of populations – a simulation study. Landscape Ecology 17(1): 57-70.

    Richter, O., D. Söndgerath, F. Suhling & E. Braune (2005). Impact of climate change on population dynamics and temporal patterns of benthic assemblages of rivers. MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. A. Zerger and R. M. Argent: 531-537.

    Corbet, P.S., F. Suhling & D.Söndgerath (2006). Voltinism of Odonata: a review. International Journal of Odonatology 9: 1-44.

    Braune, E., O. Richter, D. Söndgerath & F.Suhling (2008). Voltinism flexibility of Gomphus vulgatissimus (Odonata: Gomphidae) along climate and habitat gradients. Global Change Bioology 14: 470–482.

    Söndgerath, D., F. Suhling & J. Rummland (2011). Large spatial scale effects of rising temperatures: modelling a dragonflies’ life cycle and range throughout Europe. In preparation.