Robert Hering [PhD student]

 

Campus Golm
University of Potsdam
Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation
Am Mühlenberg 3, building 60, room 3.01
14476 Potsdam

Education

since 2019: PhD student within the ORYCS project (https://www.orycs.org/)
2017: MSc in Ecology, Evolution, and Nature Conservation, University of Potsdam, DE
2013: BSc in Environmental Sciences, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, DE

Current employment

since 2019: PhD student within the ORYCS project (https://www.orycs.org/) as part of the research group Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation

Research interests

  • Animal movement ecology
  • Biodiversity processes
  • Herbivore - plant feedbacks
  • Invertebrates as bioindicators

Publications

Stiegler, J., Kiemel, K., Eccard, J., Fischer, C., Hering, R., Ortmann, S., Strigl, L., Tiedemann, R., Ullmann, W., & Blaum, N. (2021). Seed traits matter—Endozoochoric dispersal through a pervasive mobile linker. Ecology and Evolution, 11, 18477– 18491. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8440

R. Hering, M. Hauptfleisch, K. Geißler, A. Marquart, M. Schoenen, and N. Blaum, “Shrub encroachment is not always land degradation: Insightsfrom ground-dwelling beetle species niches along a shrub cover gradient in a semi-arid namibian savanna,” Land Degradation & Development, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 14–24, 2019.

R. Hering and N. Blaum, “The influence of land-use intensity on beetles,” Poster presented at the 21st Namibian National Rangeland Forum, Otjiwarongo, NAM, 2017.

R. Hering, R. Krawczynski, H.-G. Wagner, and H. Zeigert, “Erste erkenntnisse zum einsatz von wasserbüffeln (Bubalus bubalis) in der Landschaftspflege,” Nationalpark-Jahrbuch Unteres Odertal, Vol. 5, pp. 85–93, 2008.