Dr. Friederike Riesch - Postdoc

Projects:

"Die Wiederbesiedlung der Kulturlandschaft durch den Wolf – Lebensraumnutzung, Auswirkungen auf Beutetiervorkommen und mögliche Folgen für die regionale Land- und Forstwirtschaft"

"GreenGrass - Innovative Nutzung des Grünlands für eine nachhaltige Intensivierung der Landwirtschaft im Landschaftsmaßstab"

"Conservation of open landscapes by targeted habitat and wildlife management - Integration of autochthonous red deer populations in the management of open landscapes" project website
Subproject "Vegetation Ecology"
Duration 2015 - 2019
The Project has been awarded with the prize of the UN decade of biological diversity
UN decade biological diversity

UN Nr 2

Research interests:

  • Biodiversity and nature conservation
  • Maintenance of open habitat types
  • Wildlife management and grazing
  • Interactions of soil chemical parameters and plant species communities




Publications:

Riesch F., Wichelhaus A., Tonn B., Meißner M., Rosenthal G., Isselstein J. 2022. Grazing by wild red deer can mitigate nutrient enrichment in protected semi-natural open habitats. Oecolgia, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-022-05182-z

Riesch F., Komainda, M., Horn, J., Isselstein, J. 2021. Real-world applications for virtual fences – what are potential benefits for conservation? International Grassland Congress 2021, Nairobi, Kenya, Accepted abstract.

Fischer C., Riesch F., Tscharntke T., & Batáry P. (2020). Large carabids enhance weed seed removal in organic fields and in large-scale, but not small-scale agriculture. Landscape Ecology, 1-12, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-020-01157-8

Fischer C., Riesch F., Tscharntke T., & Batáry P. (2020). Large carabids enhance weed seed removal in organic fields and in large-scale, but not small-scale agriculture. Landscape Ecology, 1-12, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-020-01157-8

Meißner, M., Riesch F.., Richter, L., Herzog, S., 2020. Steuerung der Lebensraumnutzung von Rothirschen. BfN-Skripten 557, 85-93.

Raab, C., Riesch F., Tonn, B., Barrett, B., Meißner, M., Balkenhol, N., & Isselstein, J., 2020. Target-oriented habitat and wildlife management: Estimating forage quantity and quality of semi-natural grasslands with Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 data. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. https://doi.org/10.1002/rse2.149

Riesch F., Komainda, M., Horn, J., Isselstein J., 2020. Pastures of the future: prospects for virtual fencing to promote grazing in European dairy farming. Grassland Science in Europe 25, 700-702.

Riesch F., Komainda, M., Horn, J., Isselstein J., 2020. Grüne Aussichten: mehr Weidegang für Milchkühe durch virtuelle Zäune? Beiträge zur 64. Jahrestagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Grünland und Futterbau (AGGF). https://www.lfl.bayern.de/mam/cms07/ipz/dateien/aggf_2020_riesch_et_al.pdf

Riesch F., Tonn B., Stroh H.G., Meißner M., Balkenhol N., Isselstein J. (2020) Grazing by wild red deer maintains characteristic vegetation of semi-natural open habitats: Evidence from a 3-year exclusion experiment. Applied Vegetation Science DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12505

Riesch F., Tonn B., Meißner M., Balkenhol N., Isselstein J. (2019) Grazing by wild red deer: Management options for the conservation of semi-natural open habitats. Journal of Applied Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13396.

Happe, A. K., Riesch, F., Rösch, V., Gallé, R., Tscharntke, T., & Batáry, P. (2018). Small-scale agricultural landscapes and organic management support wild bee communities of cereal field boundaries. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 254, 92–98.

Fischer, C., Gayer, C., Kurucz, K., Riesch, F., Tscharntke, T., & Batáry, P. (2018). Ecosystem services and disservices provided by small rodents in arable fields: Effects of local and landscape management. Journal of Applied Ecology 55(2), 548–558.

Riesch, F., Stroh, H.G., Tonn, B., Isselstein, J., 2018. Soil pH and phosphorus drive species composition and richness in semi-natural heathlands and grasslands unaffected by twentieth-century agricultural intensification. Plant Ecology & Diversity 11, 239-253. https://doi.org/10.1080/17550874.2018.1471627.

Batáry, P., Gallé, R., Riesch, F., Fischer, C., Dormann, C.F., Mußhoff, O., Császár, P., Fusaro, S., Gayer, C., Happe, A.-K., Kurucz, K., Molnár, D., Rösch, V., Wietzke, A. & Tscharntke, T. (2017). The former Iron Curtain still drives biodiversity–profit trade-offs in German agriculture. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1, 1279–1284.

Meißner, M., Maushake, U., Balkenhol, N., Herzog, S., Isselstein, J., Raab, C., Reinecke, H., Richter, L., Riesch, F., Signer, J., Stroh, H.-G., Tonn, B. (2017). Erhalt von Offenlandschaften – wildlebende Rothirsche als Landschaftspfleger. In: Kinser & Münchhausen (Eds.): Der Hirsch als Naturschützer - Konsequenzen für den Umgang mit Huftieren in Großschutzgebieten. Tagungsband zum 8. Rotwildsymposium der Deutschen Wildtier Stiftung vom 07. bis 09. Juli 2016 in Baden-Baden, 48–59.

Riesch, F., Tonn, B., Meißner, M., Isselstein, J. (2017). Erhalt von Offenlandschaften – wildlebende Rothirsche als landschafts-Pfleger: Vegetationsökologie. In: Kinser & Münchhausen (Eds.): Der Hirsch als Naturschützer - Konsequenzen für den Umgang mit Huftieren in Großschutzgebieten. Tagungsband zum 8. Rotwildsymposium der Deutschen Wildtier Stiftung vom 07. bis 09. Juli 2016 in Baden-Baden, 178–183.

Riesch, F., Stroh, H. G., Tonn, B., Isselstein, J., (2016). Phytodiversity in nutrient-poor heathlands and grasslands: How important are soil chemical factors? Grassland Science in Europe 21, 669–671.