The following publications were created within the scope of TUM | Stat consulting projects.

  1. Vogel, C., Heister, K., Buegger, F., Tanuwidjaja, I., Haug, S., Schloter, M. and Kögel-Knabner, I. (2015) Clay mineral composition modifies decomposition and sequestration of organic carbon and nitrogen in fine soil fractions. Biology and Fertility of Soils 51, 427-442.
  2. Acevedo-Cabra, R., Wiersma, Y., Ankerst, D. and Knoke, T. (2014). Assessment of Wildfire Hazards with a Semiparametric Spatial Approach. Environmental Modeling & Assessment 19, 533-546.
  3. Böck, A., Dieler, J., Biber, P., Pretzsch, H. and Ankerst, D. (2014). Predicting Tree Mortality for European Beech in Southern Germany Using Spatially Explicit Competition Indices. Forest Science 60 (4), 613-622.
  4. Bimüller, C., Mueller, C.W., von Lützow, M., Kreyling, O., Kölbl, A., Haug, S., Schloter, M. and Kögel-Knabner, I. (2014). Decoupled carbon and nitrogen mineralization in soil particle size fractions of a forest topsoil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 78, 263-273.
  5. Bauer, A. and Haug, S. (2014). Verwendung von Dummy-Variablen bei der statistischen Analyse von Talsperrenmessdaten. Wasserwirtschaft 4|2014, 28-33.
  6. Laube, J., Sparks, T.H., Estrella, N., Höfler, J., Ankerst, D. and Menzel, A. (2014). Chilling outwights photoperiod in preventing precocious spring development. Global Change Biology 20 (1), 170-182.
  7. Bimüller, C., Dannenmann, M., Tejedor, J., von Lützow, M., Buegger, F., Meier, R., Haug, S., Schroll, R. and Kögel-Knabner, I. (2014). Prolonged summer droughts retard soil N processing and stabilization in organo-mineral fractions. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68, 241-251.
  8. Daun, T.J., Braun, D.G., Frank, C., Haug, S. and Lienkamp, M. (2013)
    Evaluation of Driving Behavior and the Efficacy of a Predictive Eco-Driving Assistance System for Heavy Commercial Vehicles in a Driving Simulator Experiment. Proceedings of the 16th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 2379-2386.
  9. Jochner, S., Höfler, J., Beck, I., Göttlein, A., Ankerst, D., Traidl-Hoffmann, C. and Menzel, A. (2013). Nutrient status: a missing factor in phenological and pollen research? Journal of Experimental Botany 64, 2081-92.
  10. Gerike, R., Gehlert, T. and Haug, S. (2013). Time Use of the Mobile and the Immobile in Time-use Surveys and Transport Surveys. In Mobilitäten und Immobilitäten: Menschen - Ideen - Dinge - Kulturen - Kapital  (Hg. Schreiner, Blotevogel, Frank, Holz-Rau, Schuster), 121-138. Klartext, Essen.
  11. Winter, S., Böck, A., and McRoberts, R. (2012). Uncertainty of Large-Area Estimates of Indicators of Forest Structural Gamma Diversity: A Study Based on National Forest Inventory Data. Forest Science 58(3), 284-93.
  12. Winter, S., Böck, A., and McRoberts, R. (2012). Estimating tree species diversity across geographic scales. European Journal of Forest Research 131(2), 441-51.
  13. Schleip, C., Ankerst, D., Böck, A., Estrella, N., and Menzel, A. (2012). Comprehensive methodological analysis of long-term changes in phonological extremes in Germany. Global Change Biology 18(7), 2349-2364.
  14. Hermann, J.M., Haug, S.,  Westphalen, M., DePatta Pillar, V. and Pfadenhauer, J. (2012). Shrubs versus 'gullivers': woody species coping with disturbance in grasslands. Plant Ecology 213, 1757–1768.
  15. Wiesmeier, M., Spörlein, P., Geuß, U., Hangen, E., Haug, S., Reischl, A., Schilling, B., von Lützow, M., and Kögel-Knabner, I. (2012). Soil organic carbon stocks in southeast Germany as affected by land use, soil type and sampling depth. Global Change Biology 18, 2233-2245.
  16. Ziello, C., Böck, A., Estrella, N., Ankerst, D., and Menzel, A. (2012). First flowering of wind-pollinated species with the greatest phenological advances in Europe. Ecography 35, 1017-23.
  17. Li, Y., Haseneyer, G., Schön, C.-C., Ankerst, D. P., Korzun, V., Wilde, P., and Bauer, E. (2011). High levels of nucleotide diversity and fast decline of linkage disequilibrium in rye (Secale cereale L.) genes involved in frost response. BMC Plant Biology 11(1), 6 (14 pages).
  18. Li, Y., Böck, A., Haseneyer, G., Korzun, V.,  Wilde, P., Schön, C.-C.,  Ankerst, D. P., and Bauer, E. (2011). Association analysis of frost tolerance in rye using candidate genes and phenotypic data from controlled, semi-controlled, and field phenotyping platforms. BMC Plant Biology 11(11), 146 (14 pages).
  19. Cornelius, C., Petermeier, H., Estrella, N., and Menzel, A. (2011). A comparison of methods to estimate seasonal phenological development from BBCH scale recording. International Journal of Biometeorology 55, 867-877.
  20. Karg, M., Haug, S., Kühnlenz, K., and Buss, M. (2009). A dynamic model and system-theoretic analysis of affect based on a Piecewise Linear system. Proceedings of the 18th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (Ro-Man).