Andrea Doris Kupferschmid
Andrea Doris Kupferschmid
Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Forest Resources and Management, Stand Dynamics and Silviculture, Switzerland
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TitleCited byYear
Effect of microsites, logs and ungulate browsing on Picea abies regeneration in a mountain forest
AD Kupferschmid, H Bugmann
Forest Ecology and Management 205 (1), 251-265, 2005
1032005
Long-term effects of ungulate browsing on forest composition and structure
M Didion, AD Kupferschmid, H Bugmann
Forest Ecology and Management 258, S44-S55, 2009
572009
Decay of Picea abies snag stands on steep mountain slopes
AD Kupferschmid Albisetti, P Brang, W Schönenberger, H Bugmann
The forestry chronicle 79 (2), 247-252, 2003
432003
Dispersal and microsite limitation in an abandoned calcareous grassland of the southern Prealps
AD Kupferschmid, A Stampfli, DM Newbery
Folia Geobotanica 35 (2), 125-141, 2000
422000
Ungulate herbivory modifies the effects of climate change on mountain forests
M Didion, AD Kupferschmid, A Wolf, H Bugmann
Climatic Change 109 (3), 647-669, 2011
382011
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| 2008), 336-343, 2008
322008
Gaining local accuracy while not losing generality-extending the range of gap model applications
M Didion, AD Kupferschmid, A Zingg, L Fahse, H Bugmann
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (6), 1092-1107, 2009
302009
Potentials and limitations of using large-scale forest inventory data for evaluating forest succession models
M Didion, AD Kupferschmid, MJ Lexer, W Rammer, R Seidl, H Bugmann
ecological modelling 220 (2), 133-147, 2009
302009
Predicting tree regeneration in Picea abies snag stands
AD Kupferschmid, P Brang, W Schönenberger, H Bugmann
European Journal of Forest Research 125 (2), 163-179, 2006
292006
Browsing regime and growth response of naturally regenerated Abies alba saplings along light gradients
AD Kupferschmid, S Zimmermann, H Bugmann
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 393-404, 2013
242013
Succession in a protection forest after Picea abies die-back
AD Kupferschmid Albisetti
ETH Zurich, 2003
242003
Predicting decay and ground vegetation development in Picea abies snag stands
AD Kupferschmid, H Bugmann
Plant Ecology 179 (2), 247-268, 2005
212005
Ungulate browsing in winter reduces the growth of Fraxinus and Acer saplings in subsequent unbrowsed years
AD Kupferschmid, H Bugmann
Plant Ecology 198 (1), 121-134, 2008
202008
Tree regeneration in a Norway spruce snag stand after tree die-back caused by Ips typographus
AD Kupferschmid, W Schönenberger, U Wasem
For. Snow Landsc. Res 77 (1/2), 149-160, 2002
172002
Timing, light availability and vigour determine the response of Abies alba saplings to leader shoot browsing
AD Kupferschmid, H Bugmann
European Journal of Forest Research 132 (1), 47-60, 2013
162013
Einfluss wildlebender Huftiere auf die Waldverjüngung: ein Überblick für die Schweiz
AD Kupferschmid, C Heiri, M Huber, M Fehr, M Frei, P Gmür, N Imesch, ...
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 166 (6), 420-431, 2015
132015
Light availability and ungulate browsing determine growth, height and mortality of Abies alba saplings
AD Kupferschmid, U Wasem, H Bugmann
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 359-369, 2014
132014
Selective browsing behaviour of ungulates influences the growth of Abies alba differently depending on forest type
AD Kupferschmid
Forest Ecology and Management 429, 317-326, 2018
102018
Browsing regime and growth response of Abies alba saplings planted along light gradients
AD Kupferschmid, U Wasem, H Bugmann
European Journal of Forest Research 134 (1), 75-87, 2015
102015
Praxisrelevante Grundlagen: Zusammenspiel zwischen Wild und Wald
AD Kupferschmid, P Brang
Wald und Wild–Grundlagen für die Praxis. Wissenschaftliche und methodische …, 2010
92010
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