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
992005
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
532009
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
362011
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
302008
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
292009
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
292009
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
272006
Succession in a protection forest after Picea abies die-back
AD Kupferschmid Albisetti
ETH Zurich, 2003
242003
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
232013
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
152013
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
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
92015
Praxisrelevante Grundlagen: Zusammenspiel zwischen Wild und Wald
AD Kupferschmid, P Brang
Wald und Wild–Grundlagen für die Praxis. Wissenschaftliche und methodische …, 2010
82010
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
72018
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