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Prof. Dr. Roland Felix Graf

Prof. Dr. Roland Felix Graf

Prof. Dr. Roland Felix Graf

ZHAW School of Life Sciences and Facility Management
Institute of Natural Resource Sciences
Schloss
8820 Wädenswil

+41 (0) 58 934 55 78
roland.graf@zhaw.ch

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www.zhaw.ch/iunr/wilma

Professional development teaching

CAS Säugetiere – Artenkenntnis, Ökologie & Management

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Publications

Articles in scientific journal, peer-reviewed
Other publications
Oral conference contributions and abstracts
Publications before appointment at the ZHAW

Graf, R.F., Kramer-Schadt, S., Fernandez, N. and Grimm, V. 2007. What you see is where you go? Modelling dispersal in mountainous landscapes. Landscape Ecology 22: 853-866.

Graf R.F., Bollmann K., Bugmann H., and Suter W. 2007. Forest and landscape structure as predictors of capercaillie occurrence. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(2): 356-365.

Fritsche, B., Bollmann, K., Graf, R.F. and Bugmann, H. 2006. Die Entwicklung der Wälder auf der Schwägalp im 20. Jahrhundert und ihre Bedeutung für den Lebensraum des Auerhuhns (Tetrao urogallus L.). Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen 157/5: 135-146.

Graf R.F., Bollmann K., Suter W. and Bugmann H. 2006. On the generality of habitat distribution models: a case study with capercaillie in three Swiss regions. Ecography 29: 319-328.

Graf, R.F., Bollmann, K., Suter, W., and Bugmann, H. 2005. The importance of spatial scale in habitat models: capercaillie in the Swiss Alps. Landscape Ecology 20: 703-717.

Bollmann, K., Weibel, P. and Graf, R.F., 2005. An analysis of central Alpine capercaillie spring habitat at the forest stand scale. Forest Ecology and Management 215: 307-318.

Graf R.F. 2005. Analysis of capercaillie habitat at the landscape scale using aerial photographs and GIS. Ph.D. Thesis, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich: Zürich. 143 pp.

Graf, R.F., Bollmann, K., Suter, W. and Bugmann, H. 2004. Using a multi-scale model for identifying priority areas in capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) conservation. Proceedings of the 12th annual IALE(UK) conference “Landscape ecology of trees and forests”, Cirencester, UK, 84-90.

Bollmann, K., Graf, R.F., Debrunner, R. and Suter, W. 2004. The capercaillie as indicator of high species richness: potential and limitations of the umbrella species concept. Proceedings of the 12th annual IALE(UK) conference “Landscape ecology of trees and forests”, Cirencester, UK, 200-207.

Graf, R.F., Bollmann, K. & Mollet, P., 2002. Das Auerhuhn. Wildbiologie 1/26a, Infodienst Wildbiologie & Oekologie, Zürich, 16 p.

Suter, W., Graf, R.F. & Hess, R., 2002. Capercaillie and avian biodiversity: testing the umbrella species concept. Conserv. Biol. 6: 778-788.

Graf. R.F., Suter, W. & Hess, R., 2001. Unter dem Schirm des Auerhuhns. Wald und Holz, 83/3: 36-38.