Prof. Dr. Maaike Bader

Maaike Bader
Foto: Diana Jimenez

Auslandsbeauftragte, Juniorprofessorin

Kontaktdaten

+49 6421 28-28952 maaike.bader@geo 1 Deutschhausstraße 10
35032 Marburg
F|12 Deutsches Haus (Raum: +1/0060)
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Organisationseinheit

Philipps-Universität Marburg Geographie (Fb19) Physische Geographie Biogeographie und Hochgebirgsforschung Ökologische Pflanzengeographie

Arbeitsgruppe / Research group

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Please follow this link to the main site of the research group Ecological Plant Geography (English version).

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    seit 2014 Juniorprofessorin an der Philipps-Universität Marburg, Fachbereich Geographie, Biogeographie


    2007-2014 Lecturer and researcher (Wissenschaftliche Assistentin) in the research group Functional Ecology of Plants (Prof. Dr. Gerhard Zotz), University of Oldenburg, Germany
    2007 PhD, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

    Topic: Tropical alpine treelines, how ecological processes control vegetation patterning and dynamics. Advisors: Prof. Dr. Arnold K. Bregt and Prof. Dr. Max Rietkerk
    (Download thesis via Wageningen University
    2001 MSc Biology, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
    2001 Msc Geo-information Science, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
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    2019

    2018

    • Méndez Castro, F.E., M.Y. Bader, G. Mendieta Leiva & D. Rao 2018. Islands in the trees: A biogeographic exploration of epiphyte-dwelling spiders. Journal of Biogeography 45: 2262–2271. doi: 10.1111/jbi.13422

    • Wang, Z. & M.Y. Bader 2018. Associations between shoot-level water relations and photosynthetic responses to water and light in 12 moss species. AoB Plants ply034 doi: 10.1093/aobpla/ply034

    • Bader, M.Y., H. Loranger, G. Zotz & G. Mendieta Leiva 2018. Responses of tree seedlings near alpine treeline to delayed snowmelt and reduced sky exposure. Forests 9, 12; doi: 10.3390/f9010012

    • Toivonen, J.M., C.A. Gonzales-Inca, M.Y. Bader, K. Ruokolainen & M. Kessler 2018. Elevational shifts in the topographic position of Polylepis forest stands in the Andes of southern Peru. Forests 9, 7; doi: 10.3390/f9010007

    • Bernhard, N., L.-M. Moskwa, R. Oeser, R. Canessa, M.Y. Bader, K. Baumann, F. von Blancken-burg, J. Boy, L. van den Brink, E. Brucker, M. Dippold, T. Ehlers, J.P. Fuentes, R. Godoy, M. Köster, Y. Kuzyakov, P. Leinweber, H. Neidhardt, F. Matus, C.W. Mueller, Y. Oelmann, R. Oses, P. Osses, L. Paulino, M. Schaller, M. Schmid, K. Schmidt, S. Spielvogel, M. Spohn, S. Stock, N. Stroncik, K. Tielbörger, K. Übernickel, T. Scholten, O. Seguel, D. Wagner, P. Kühn 2018. Pedogenic and microbial interrelations to regional climate and local topography: new insights from a climate gradient (arid to humid) along the Coastal Cordillera of Chile. Catena 170: 335-355. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2018.06.018

    • Oeser, R., N. Stroncik, L.-M. Moskwa, N. Bernhard, M. Schaller, R. Canessa, L. van den Brink, M. Köster, E. Brucker, S. Stock, J.P. Fuentes, R. Godoy, F.J. Matus, R. Oses Pedraza, P. Osses McIntyre, L. Paulino, O. Seguel, M.Y. Bader, J. Boy, M.A. Dippold, T.A. Ehlers, P. Kühn, Y. Kuzyakov, P. Leinweber, T. Scholten, S. Spielvogel, M. Spohn, K. Übernickel, K. Tielbörger, D. Wagner & F. von Blanckenburg 2018. Chemistry and microbiology of the critical zone along a steep climate and vegetation gradient in the Chilean Coastal Cordillera. Catena 170: 183-203. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2018.06.002

    • Mežaka, A., A. Priede, L. Dobkeviča & M.Y. Bader 2018. Environmental controls of raised-bog vegetation in the Baltic boreo-nemoral zone. Folia Geobotanica; doi: 10.1007/s12224-017-9305-0 (full text)

    • Djukic, I., S. Kepfer-Rojas, I. Kappel Schmidt, K. Steenberg Larsen, C. Beier, B. Berg, K. Verheyen, TeaComposition* 2018. Early stage litter decomposition across biomes. Science of the Total Environment 628-629: 1369-1394 *(M.Y. Bader and R. Canessa among over 300 authors, data contribution)

     2017

    • García, M.C., L.A. Cavieres, G. Zotz & M.Y. Bader 2017. Carbohydrate reserves in the facilitator cushion plant Laretia acaulis suggest carbon limitation at high elevation and no negative effects of beneficiary plants. Oecologia 183: 997-1006

    • Gómez González, D.C., C. Rodríguez Quiel, G. Zotz & M.Y. Bader 2017. Species richness and biomass of the epiphytic vegetation in a tropical montane forest, western Panama. Tropical Conservation Science 10: 1–17 (full text)

    • Loranger, H., G. Zotz & M.Y. Bader 2017. Competitor or facilitator? The ambiguous role of grassland vegetation tree seedling emergence, survival and carbon relations at the alpine treeline. Oikos 10.1111/oik.04377

    • Wang, Z., X. Liu, Z. Zhu, M.Y. Bader & W. Bao 2017. Comparisons of photosynthesis-related traits of 27 abundant or subordinate bryophyte species in a subalpine old-growth fir forest. Ecology and Evolution 7: 7454–7461 (full text)

    • Wang, Z., X. Liu, M.Y. Bader, D. Feng & W. Bao 2017. The ‘plant economic spectrum’ in bryophytes, a comparative study in subalpine forest. American Journal of Botany 104: 261-270

     2016

    • García, M.C., M.Y. Bader & L.A. Cavieres 2016. Facilitation consequences for reproduction of the benefactor cushion plant Laretia acaulis along an elevational gradient: costs or benefits? Oikos 125: 434-442.

    • Loranger, H., G. Zotz & M.Y. Bader 2016. Early establishment of trees at the alpine treeline: idiosyncratic species responses to temperature-moisture interactions. AoB Plants 8: plw053; 10.1093/aobpla/plw053 (full text)

    2014

    • Bader, M. Y., H. Loranger & G. Zotz. 2014. A cool experimental approach to explain elevational treelines, but can it explain them? American Journal of Botany 101: 1403-1408.

    • Wagner, S., G. Zotz & M. Y. Bader. 2014. Physiological ecology of tropical bryophytes. In: S. Rice & D. Hanson [eds.], Photosynthesis of Bryophytes and Early Land Plants, Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, 269-290 Springer.

    • Wagner, S., G. Zotz & M. Y. Bader. 2014. The temperature acclimation potential of tropical bryophytes. Plant Biology 16: 117-124. <<media coverage>>

     2013

    • Bader, M. Y., T. Reich, S. Wagner, A. S. Gonzalez Gonzalez & G. Zotz. 2013. Differences in desiccation tolerance do not explain altitudinal distribution patterns of tropical bryophytes. Journal of Bryology 35: 47-56.

    • Wagner, S., G. Zotz, N. Salazar Allen & M. Y. Bader. 2013. Altitudinal changes in temperature responses of net photosynthesis and dark respiration in tropical bryophytes. Annals of Botany 111: 455-465.

     2011

    • Malanson, G. P., L. M. Resler, M. Y. Bader, F.-K. Holtmeier, D. R. Butler, D. J. Weiss, L. D. Daniels & D. B. Fagre. 2011. Mountain Treelines: a Roadmap for Research Orientation. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 43: 167-177.

    • Harsch, M. A. & M. Y. Bader. 2011. Treeline form - a potential key to understanding treeline dynamics. Global Ecology and Biogeography 20: 582-596

    • Zotz, G. & M. Y. Bader. 2011. Sampling vascular epiphyte diversity - Species richness and community structure. Ecotropica 17: 103-112.

    2010

    • Bader, M. Y., G. Zotz & O. L. Lange. 2010. How to minimize the sampling effort for obtaining reliable estimates of diel and annual CO2 budgets in lichens. The Lichenologist 42: 97-111.

     2009

    • Bader, M. Y., G. Menke & G. Zotz. 2009. Pronounced drought tolerance characterizes the early life stages of the epiphytic bromeliad Tillandsia flexuosa. Functional Ecology 23: 472-479.

    • Zotz, G. & M. Y. Bader. 2009. Epiphytic plants in a changing world - Global change effects on vascular and non-vascular epiphytes. In U. Lüttge, W. Beyschlag, B.Büdel, &  D. Francis [eds.], Progress in Botany, vol. 70, 147-170. Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.

     2008

    • Bader, M. Y., M. Rietkerk & A. K. Bregt. 2008. A simple spatial model exploring positive feedbacks at tropical alpine treelines. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 40: 269-278.

    • Bader, M. Y. & J. J. A. Ruijten. 2008. A topography-based model of forest cover at the alpine tree line in the tropical Andes. Journal of Biogeography 35: 711-723.

    • Di Pasquale, G., M. Marziano, S. Impagliazzo, C. Lubritto, A. De Natale & M. Y. Bader. 2008. The Holocene treeline in the northern Andes (Ecuador): First evidence from soil charcoal. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 259: 17-34.

    2007

    • Bader, M. Y., M. Rietkerk & A. K. Bregt. 2007a. Vegetation structure and temperature regimes of tropical alpine treelines. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 39: 353-364.

    • Bader, M. Y., I. Van Geloof & M. Rietkerk. 2007b. High solar radiation hinders tree regeneration above the alpine treeline in northern Ecuador. Plant Ecology 191: 33-45.

    Before 2007

    • Bader, M., H. J. F. van Dunne & H. J. Stuiver. 2000. Epiphyte distribution in a secondary cloud forest vegetation; a case study of the application of GIS in epiphyte ecology. Ecotropica 6: 181-195. <<download>> 

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