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W Dawson, D Moser, M van Kleunen, H Kreft, J Pergl, P Pyšek, P Weigelt, M Winter, B Lenzner, TM Blackburn, E Dyer, P Cassey, SL Scrivens, EP Economo, B Guénard, C Capinha, H Seebens, P García-Díaz, W Nentwig, E García-Berthou, C Casal, NE Mandrak, P Fuller, C Meyer, F Essl (early online). Global hotspots and correlates of alien species richness across taxonomic groups. Nature Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1038/s41559-017-0186.
K Despot-Belmonte, C Neßhöver, H Saarenmaa, E Regan, C Meyer, E Martins, Q Groom, A Hoffmann, A Caine, N Bowles-Newark, H Bae, DA Lange Canhos, S Stenzel, D Bowler, A Schneider, LV Weatherdon, CS Martin (2017). Biodiversity data provision and decision-making – addressing the challenges. Research Ideas and Outcomes. doi: 10.3897/rio.3.e12165.
L Kehoe, C Senf, C Meyer, K Gerstner, H Kreft, T Kuemmerle (2016). Agriculture rivals biomes in predicting global species richness. Ecography. Early online. doi: 10.1111/ecog.02508.
C Meyer (2016). Limitations in global information on species occurrences. Frontiers in Biogeography 8:e28195.
C Meyer, P Weigelt, H Kreft (2016) Multidimensional biases, gaps and uncertainties in global plant occurrence information. Ecology Letters 19:992–1006. doi: 10.1111/ele.12624.
C Meyer, W Jetz, RP Guralnick, SA Fritz, H Kreft (2016). Range geometry and socio-economics dominate species-level biases in occurrence information. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25:1181–1193. doi: 10.1111/geb.12483.
R Delzeit, F Zabel, C Meyer, T Václavík (2016). Addressing future trade-offs between biodiversity and cropland expansion to improve food security. Regional Environmental Change 17:1429. doi: 10.1007/s10113-016-0927-1
C Meyer, H Kreft, RP Guralnick, W Jetz (2015). Global priorities for an effective information basis of biodiversity distributions. Nature Communications 6:8221. doi: 10.1038/ncomms9221
L Kehoe, T Kuemmerle, C Meyer, C Levers, T Václavík, H Kreft (2015). Global patterns of agricultural land-use intensity and vertebrate diversity. Diversity and Distributions 21:1308–1318. doi: 10.1111/ddi.12359
A Stein, J Beck, C Meyer, E Waldmann, P Weigelt, H Kreft (2015). Differential effects of environmental heterogeneity on global mammal species richness. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24:1072-1083. doi: 10.1111/geb.1233710.7287/2367v1.
Tim Newbold, LN Hudson, S Contu, SLL Hill, J Beck, Y Liu, C Meyer, HRP Phillips, JPW Scharlemann, A Purvis (submitted, Science). Widespread winners and narrowly distributed losers: land use homogenizes biodiversity worldwide.
L Egli, C Meyer, C Scherber, H Kreft, T Tscharntke (invited resubmisson, Global Change Biology). Winners and losers of national and global efforts to minimize future trade-offs between agricultural intensification and biodiversity conservation.
IMD Rosa, HM Pereira, S Ferrier, R Alkemade, LA Acosta, E den Belder, AM Fazel, S Fujimori, M Harfoot, KA Harhash, PA Harrison, J Hauck, RJJ Hendriks, G Hernández, W Jetz, SI Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, N King, MTJ Kok, GO Kolomytsev, T Lazarova, P Leadley, CJ Lundquist, J García Márquez, C Meyer, LM Navarro, C Nesshöver, HT Ngo, KN Ninan, MG Palomo, LM Pereira, GD Peterson, R Pichs, A Popp, A Purvis, F Ravera, C Rondinini, J
Sathyapalan, AM Schipper, R Seppelt, J Settele, D van Vuuren (in review, Nature Ecology and Evolution). Multi-Scale Scenarios for Nature and Nature’s Benefits to People.
V Heck, H Hoff, S Wirsenius, C Meyer, H Kreft (submitted, Global Environmental Change). Global land use optimisation for staying within the safe operating space – what are trade-offs with national development goals?
P Keil, JM Bennett, B Bourgeois, GE García-Peña, AM MacDonald, C Meyer, KS Ramirez, B Yguel (submitted, Ecography). Macroecological and macroevolutionary patterns emerge in the universe of GNU/Linux operating systems. Preprint doi of earlier version: 10.7287/2367v1.
G Barth, J Barkmann, C Meyer, H Kreft (submitted, Biological Conservation). Cost-effective global conservation prioritization: Trade-offs between management costs and agricultural opportunity costs.
Selected conference presentations
C Meyer (2017). Limitations in global information on species occurrences. 8th Biennial Meeting of the International Biogeography Society, Tucson (Dissertation Award Lecture).
C Meyer (2016). Getting the biodiversity right in integrated land-use biodiversity models. 3rd Open Science Meeting of the Global Land Project, Beijing (contributed talk).
C Meyer (2016). Biodiversity data quality and spatial scale in conservation prioritization. 8th EcoSummit, Montpellier (contributed talk).
C Meyer (2015). Assessing biodiversity data limitations and then what? Towards making best-possible use of limited information. 1st iDiv Annual Conference (contributed talk).
C Meyer, P Weigelt, H Kreft (2015). Multidimensional biases, gaps and uncertainties in global plant occurrence information. 1st EU Macro, Copenhagen (contributed talk).
C Meyer, H Kreft, RP Guralnick, SA Fritz, W Jetz (2015). Global determinants of species distribution knowledge across taxa and spatial scales. 7th Biennial Meeting of the International Biogeography Society, Bayreuth (contributed talk).
C Meyer, H Kreft, RP Guralnick, W Jetz (2014). Setting priorities for overcoming knowledge gaps in species distributions. 8th Annual Meeting of the Specialist Group for Macroecology of the GfÖ, Halle (contributed talk).
C Meyer, H Kreft, RP Guralnick, W Jetz (2013). Completeness of the global species point data inventory – magnitude, grain, drivers and implications for ecological research. 11th INTECOL Congress, London (contributed talk).