Jens-Christian Svenning

Professor

Curriculum Vitae

JENS-CHRISTIAN SVENNING

Curriculum Vitae (28 oktober 2015)

Personal data: Born 09 July 1970, Horsens. Married, 3 children. Citizen of Denmark.

Private address: Jarlsmindevej 12, Stavtrup, 8260 Viby J, Denmark, tel (+45) 8738-1300.

Work address: Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Ny Munkegade 114, DK-8000 Aarhus C., Denmark, tel (+45) 8715-6571, fax (45+) 8715-4326, email: svenning@bios.au.dk. Home page: http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/svenning@bios.au.dk.

Education:

1999

PhD, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University

1990-99

Under- to postgraduate studies, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University

1989-90

Undergraduate studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

1989

Matematisk Studentereksamen, Holstebro Gymnasium (high-school)

Positions:

2013-

Professor, Dept. Bioscience, Aarhus University

2009-13

Professor (mso), Dept. Bioscience/Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University

2005-08

Associate professor, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University

2002-05

Assistant professor, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University

2000-02

Postdoc, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution, Panama

1999

Assistant professor, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University

1994-95

Field coordinator, Yasuní Forest Dynamics Project (Smithsonian Trop. Res. Inst., Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Aarhus Univ.), Ecuador

Administrative posts:

2010-

Head, Section for Ecoinformatics & Biodiversity, Dept. Biosci., Aarhus University

Honorary appointments:

2008-

MADALGO Associate, Dept. Computer Science, Aarhus University

Research interests: Ecoinformatics, macro- and community ecology, global change biology, plant ecology, megafauna, conservation biology, ecosystem functioning, physical and human geography, geospatial analyses.

HONORS & Memberships: Honors: Eliteforsk Prize (1,200,000 DKK), Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science, 2014;Kraks Blå Bog, 2013-.International Association for Landscape Ecology, US Chapter (US-IALE), Outstanding Paper in Landscape Ecology Award – Honorable Mention, 2012 (Ecography, 2010, 93:1070-1080). Ebbe Nielsen Prize (€30,000), GBIF, 2011. Elected fellowships: Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2010-. Danish Academy of Natural Sciences, 2011-, Young Academy of Europe (YAE), 2014-2019. Other: International Biogeography Society (lifetime member), Ecological Society of America (lifetime member), British Ecological Society.

Major grants received (PI, principal investigator, Co-I, co-investigator): EU H2020: Detecting changes in essential ecosystem and biodiversity properties – towards a Biosphere Atmosphere Change Index: BACI 3,000,000 EUR, 2014-2019 (co-I); Carlsberg Foundation: New approaches for macroecology under disturbance and disequilibrium 1,200,000 DKK, 2015-2017 (PI); AU Ideas: Centre for Biocultural History 4,500,000 DKK, 2014-2017 (co-I); Danish Council for Strategic Research: DNMARK: Danish Nitrogen Mitigation Assessment: Research and Know-how for a sustainable, low-Nitrogen food production, 20,000,000 DKK, 2013-2017 (co-I); Villum Foundation: Station Nord infrastructure – a sustainable Arctic environment in a changing climate, 70,500,000 DKK, 2013-2015 (co-I); ERC Starting Grant: Macroecological Studies of Long-Term Historical Constraints on Functional Diversity and Ecosystem Functioning across Continents(HISTFUNC) 1,499,930 euR, 2013-2017 (PI); Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences (FNU): Paleoclimatic stability and the evolutionary ecosystem ecology of Earth’s forests (STABFOR) 5,759,643 DKK, 2013-2015 (PI); AU Ideas: Center on Informatics Research on Complexity in Ecology (CIRCE) 4,000,000 DKK, 2012-2016 (PI); Danish National Research Foundation: Anthropocene: Discovering the Potential of Unintentional Design on Anthropogenic Landscapes(AURA; Niels Bohr professorship to A. Tsing) 29,035,000 DKK, 2013-2018 (co-I); AU: Centre for Integrated Register-based Research at Aarhus university (CIRRAU) 20,000,000 DKK, 2012-2016 (co-I); NordForsk: Nordic Researcher Network Stay or Go? 900,000 NOK, 2010-2012 (co-I w/ PI: B.J. Graae); AU Research Foundation: Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Informatics Research 2,500,000 DKK (one of two PIs), 2010-2015; NordForsk: Nordic Researcher Network CBIO-NET 900,000 NOK, 2010-2012 (co-I w/ PI: C. Damgaard); Villum Kann Rasmussen Foundation: What determines the global patterns of palm species diversity? 1,200,000 DKK, 2009-2011 (PI);AU Research Foundation: Agriculture, climate, and biodiversity in a dynamic landscape, 1,950,000 DKK, 2010-2012 (co-I w/ PI: T. Dalgaard); European Community, FP7: Palm Harvest Impacts on Tropical Forest 3,145,000 €, 2009-2013 (co-I w/ PI: H. Balslev); Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences (FNU): Plant species diversity in a changing world – using ecoinformatics to assess drivers and predict responses 3,493,200 DKK, 2008-2011 (PI); NordForsk: Nordic Network on Species Range Dynamics (NORA) 849,000 NOK, 2009-2011 (co-I w/ PI: J. Kollmann); Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences (FNU): Modelling Neotropical palm distributions 2,986,800 DKK, 2007-2009 (co-I w/ PI: H. Balslev); Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences (FNU): Biodiversity Informatics Conferences 2007-2011. Biodiversity Informatics and Climate Change Impacts on Life 120,000 DKK, 2008 (co-I w/ PI: H. Balslev); Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences (FNU): LifeWatch-Denmark – science and perspectives 250,000 DKK, 2007-2008 (co-I w/ PI: H. Balslev); Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences (FNU): A macroecological-biogeographical perspective on the biocomplexity of plants under global change 2,244,052 DKK, 2005-2008 (PI); Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences (FNU): Evolutionary macroecology of forest plants 1,985,145 DKK, 2002-2005 (PI); Carlsberg Foundation: How is the tropical species richness maintained? 750,000 DKK, 2000-2002 (PI).

Publications:215 peer-reviewed papers in international scientific journals, 29 other scientific publications, and 25 popular science and educational publications. Citation statistics: ISI Web of Science: 5271 citations, H-index = 41; Google Scholar: 7738 citations, H-index = 50; ResearchGate: score = 44.8, 22,757 reads (October 22, 2015). 1 paper in Science, 8 papers in PNAS, 1 in Nature Climate Change, 2 Nature Communications, and 7 Ecology Letters. Faculty of 1000 has evaluated 4 papers as Exceptional and 2 as Very Good.

Peer-reviewed papers in international scientific journals:

215. Stewart, L., Alsos, I.G., Bay, C., Breen, A.L., Brochmann, C., Boulanger-Lapointe,N., Broennimann,O., Bültmann,H., Bøcher, P.K., Damgaard, C., Daniëls, F.J.A., Ehrich, D., Eidesen, P.B., Guisan, A., Jónsdóttir, I.S., Lenoir, J., le Roux, P.C., Lévesque, E., Luoto, M., Nabe-Nielsen, J., Schönswetter, P., Tribsch, A., Tveraabak, L.U., Virtanen, R., Walker, D.A., Westergaard, K.B., Yoccoz, N.G., Svenning, J.-C., Wisz, M., Schmidt, N.M. & Pellissier, L. Accepted. Regional species richness and genetic diversity of arctic vegetation reflect both past glaciations and current climate. Global Ecology & Biogeography.

214. Ordonez, A. & Svenning, J.-C. Accepted. Functional diversity of North America trees is codetermined by historical and contemporary environmental factors. Ecosphere.

213. Zhang, J., Nielsen, S., Mao, L., Chen, S. & Svenning, J.-C. Accepted. Regional and historical factors supplement current climate in shaping global forest canopy height. Journal of Ecology.

212. Swenson, N., Weiser, M.D., Mao, L., Normand, S., Rodríguez, M.Á. & Svenning, J.-C. Accepted. Constancy in functional space across a species richness anomaly. American Naturalist.

211. Nielsen, T.K., Benito, B.M., Svenning, J.-C., Sandel, B., McKerracher, L., Riede, F. & Kjærgaard, P.C. Accepted. Investigating Neanderthal dispersal above 55°N in Europe during the Last Interglacial Complex. Quaternary International.

210. Fox, A.T., Dalby, L., Christensen, T.K., Nagy, S., Balslby, T.J.S., Crowe, O., Clausen, P., Deceuninck, B., Devos, K., Holt, C.A., Hornman, M., Keller, V., Langendoen, T., Lehikoinen, A., Lorentsen, S.-H., Molina, B., Nilsson, L., Stipnice, A., Svenning, J.-C. & Wahl, J. Accepted. Seeking explanations for recent changes in abundance of 1 wintering Eurasian Wigeon (Anas penelope) in northwest Europe. Ornis Fennica.

209. de Campos Franci, L., Svenning, J.-C., Balslev, H., Martins, F.R. & Nabe-Nielsen, J.N. Accepted. The demography of a dominant Amazon liana species exhibits little environmental sensitivity. Journal of Tropical Ecology.

208. Kirchheimer, B., Schinkel, C., Dellinger, A., Klatt, S., Moser, D., Winkler, M., Lenoir, J., Caccianiga, M., Guisan, A., Nieto Lugilde, D., Svenning, J.-C., Thuiller, W., Vittoz, P., Willner, W., Zimmermann, N., Hörandl, E. & Dullinger, S. Accepted. A matter of scale: Apparent niche differentiation of diploid and tetraploid plants may depend on extent and grain of analysis. Journal of Biogeography.

207. Douda, J. et al., Svenning, J.-C. et al. Accepted. Vegetation classification and biogeography of European floodplain forests and alder cars. Applied Vegetation Science.

206. Chytrý, M. et al., Svenning, J.-C. et al. 2015. European Vegetation Archive (EVA): an integrated database of European vegetation plots. Applied Vegetation Science, DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12191.

205. Bakker, E.S., Gill, J., Johnson, C.N., Vera, F.W.M., Sandom, C.J., Asner, G.P. & Svenning, J.-C. In press. Combining paleo-data and modern exclosure experiments to assess the impact of megafauna extinctions on woody vegetation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA.

204. Svenning, J.-C., Pedersen, P.B.M., Donlan, C.J., Ejrnæs, R., Faurby, S., Galetti, M., Hansen, D.M., Sandel, B., Sandom, C.J., Terborgh, J.W. & Vera, F.W.M. In press. Science for a wilder Anthropocene: Synthesis and furture directions for trophic rewilding research. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA.

203. Doughty, C.E., Roman, J., Faurby, S., Wolf, A., Haque, A., Bakker, E.S., Malhi, Y., Dunning, J. & Svenning, J.-C. In press. Global nutrient transport in a world of giants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA.

202. Müller, A., Bøcher, P.K. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Where are the wilder parts of anthropogenic landscapes? - A mapping case study for Denmark. Landscape and Urban Planning 114:90-102.

201. Tangjitman, K., Trisonthi, C., Wongsawad, C., Jitaree S., & Svenning, J-C. 2015. Potential impact of climatic change on medicinal plants used in the Karen women’s health care in northern Thailand. Songklanakarin Journal of Science & Technology 37:369-379.

200. Morueta-Holme, N., Engemann, K., Sandoval-Acuña, P., Jonas, J.D., Segnitz, R.M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Strong upslope shifts in Chimborazo'svegetation over two centuries since Humboldt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA¸doi: 10.1073/pnas.1509938112.

199. Faurby, S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Historic and prehistoric human-driven extinctions have reshaped global mammal diversity patterns. Diversity & Distributions 21:1155-1166.

198. Faurby, S., Eiserhardt, W.L. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Strong effects of variation in taxonomic opinion on diversification analyses. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12449.

197. Davidson, T.A., Audet, J., Svenning, J.-C., Lauridsen, T.L., Søndergaard, M., Landkildehus, F., Larsen, S.E. & Jeppesen, E. 2015. Eutrophication effects on greenhouse gas fluxes from shallow lake mesocosms override those of climate warming. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13062.

196. Majer, M., Svenning, J.-C. & Bilde, T. 2015. Habitat productivity predicts the global distribution of social spiders. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3:101

195. Chytrý, M. et al., Svenning, J.-C. et al. (96 authors). 2015. European Vegetation Archive (EVA): an integrated database of European vegetation plots. Applied Vegetation Science, DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12191.

194. Carroll, J., Clasen, M., Jonsson, E., Kratschmer, A.R., McKerracher, L., Riede, F., Svenning, J.-C. & Kjærgaard, P.C. Accepted. Biocultural theory: the current state of knowledge. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences.

193. Oddershede, A., Svenning, J.-C. & Damgaard, C. 2015. Topographically determined water availability shapes functional patterns of plant communities within and across habitat types. Plant Ecology, DOI 10.1007/s11258-015-0504-6.

192. Feng, G., Mao, L., Sandel, B., Swenson, N.G. & Svenning, J.-C. Accepted. High plant endemism in China is partially linked to reduced glacial-interglacial climate change. Journal of Biogeography.

191. Turner, K.G., Anderson, S., Gonzales-Chang, M., Costanza, R., Courville, S., Dalgaard, T., Dominati, E., Kubiszewski, I., Ogilvy, S., Porfirio, L., Ratna, N., Sandhu, H., Sutton, P.C., Svenning, J.-C., Turner, G.M., Varennes, Y.-D., Voinov, A. & Wratten, S. 2015. A review of methods, data, and models to assess changes in the value of ecosystem services from land degradation and restoration. Ecological Modelling, doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.07.017.

190. Blach-Overgaard, A., Balslev, H., Dransfield, J., Normand, S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Global-change vulnerability of a key plant resource, the African palms. Scientific Reports 5:12611.

189. Naundrup, P. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. A geographic assessment of the global scope for rewilding with wild-living horses (Equus ferus). PLoS One 10: e0132359.

188. Nieto-Lugilde, D., Lenoir, J., Abdulhak, S., Aeschimann, D:, Dullinger, S., Gégout, J.-C., Guisan, A., Pauli, H., Renaud, J., Theurillat, J.-P., Th & Svenning, J.-C. 2015.Tree cover at fine and coarse spatial grains interacts with shade tolerance to shape plant species distributions across the Alps. Ecography 38:578-589.

187. Weigelt, P., Kissling, W.D., Kisel, Y., Fritz, S.A., Karger, D.N., Kessler, M., Lehtonen, S., Svenning, J.-C. & Kreft, H. 2015. Global patterns and drivers of phylogenetic structure in island floras. Scientific Reports 5:12213.

186. Svenning, J.-C., Eiserhardt, W.L., Normand, S., Ordonez, A. & Sandel, B. (2015). The influence of paleoclimate on present-day patterns in biodiversity and ecosystems. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 46, doi:10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-112414-054314.

185. Moreno-Amat, E., Mateo, R.G., Nieto-Lugilde, D., Morueta-Holme, N., Svenning, J.-C. & García-Amorena, I. 2015. Impact of model complexity on cross-temporal transferability in Maxent species distribution models: an assessment using palaeobotanical data. Ecological Modelling 312:308-317.

184. Eiserhardt, W.L., Borchsenius, F., Plum, C.M., Ordonez, A. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Climate-driven extinctions shape the phylogenetic structure of temperate tree floras. Ecology Letters 18:263-72.

183. Juel, A., Groom, G.B., Svenning, J.-C., & Ejrnæs, R. 2015. Spatial application of Random Forest models for fine-scale coastal vegetation classification using object based analysis of aerial orthophoto and DEM data. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 42:106-114.

182. Eiserhardt, W.L., Borchsenius, F., Sandel, B., Kissling, W.D. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Late Cenozoic climate and the phylogenetic structure of regional conifer floras worldwide. Global Ecology & Biogeography 24:1136–1148.

181. Ordonez, A. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Geographic patterns in functional diversity deficits are linked to glacial-interglacial climate stability and accessibility. Global Ecology & Biogeography 24:826–837.

180. Alba-Sánchez, F., López-Sáez, J.A., Nieto-Lugilde, D. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Long-term climate forcings to assess vulnerability in North Africa dry argan woodlands. Applied Vegetation Science 18:283-296.

179. Feng, G., Mi, X., Eiserhardt, W.L., Jin, G., Sang, W., Lu, Z., Wang, X., Li, X., Li, B., Sun, I., Ma, K. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Assembly of forest communities across East Asia - insights from phylogenetic community structure and species pool scaling. Scientific Reports 5:9337.

178. Wheeler, H.C., Chipperfield, J.D., Roland, C. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. How will the greening of the Arctic affect an important prey species and disturbance agent? Vegetation effects on arctic ground squirrels. Oecologia 78:915-929.

177. Couvreur, T.L.P., Kissling, D.W., Condamine, F.L., Svenning, J.-C., Rowe, N.P. & Baker, W.J. 2015. Global diversification of a tropical plant growth form: environmental correlates and historical contingencies in climbing palms. Frontiers in Genetics 5:452.

176. Brunbjerg, A.K., Jørgensen, G.P., Nielsen, K.M., Pedersen, M.L., Svenning, J.-C. & Ejrnæs, R. 2015. Disturbance in dry coastal dunes in Denmark promotes diversity of plants and arthropods. Biological Conservation 182:243-253.

175. Engemann, K., Enquist, B.J., Sandel, B., Boyle, B., Jørgensen, P.M., Morueta-Holme, N., Peet, R.K., Violle, C. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Limited sampling hampers ‘big data’ estimation of species richness in a tropical biodiversity hotspot. Ecology and Evolution 5:807–820.

174. Menezes, R.F., Borchsenius, F., Svenning, J.-C., Davidson, T.A., Søndergaard, M., Lauridsen, T.L., Landkildehus, F. & Jeppesen, E. 2015. Homogenization of fish assemblages in different lake depth strata at local and regional scales. Freshwater Biology 60:745–757.

173. Svendsen, J.K., Sell, H. Bøcher, P.K. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Habitat and nest site preferences of Red-backed Shrike (Lanius collurio) in western Denmark. Ornis Fennica 92:63–75.

172. Timmermann, A., Damgaard, C., Strandberg, M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Pervasive early 21st century vegetation changes across Danish semi-natural ecosystems – more losers than winners and a shift towards competitive, tall-growing species. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:21–30.

171. Cámara-Leret, R., Paniagua-Zambrana. N., Svenning, J.-C., Balslev, H. & Macía, M.J. 2014.Geospatial patterns in traditional knowledge serve in assessing intellectual property rights and benefit-sharing in northwest South America. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 158(A):58–65.

170. Blonder, B., Nogués-Bravo, D., Borregaard, M.K., Donoghue II, J., Jørgensen, P. M., Kraft, N.J.B., Lessard, J.-P-, Morueta-Holme, N., Sandel, B., Svenning, J.-C., Violle, C., Rahbek, C. & Enquist, B.J. 2015. Linking environmental filtering and disequilibrium to biogeography with a community climate framework. Ecology 96:872-985.

169. Olivares, I., Svenning, J.-C., van Bodegom, P.M. & Balslev, H. 2015. Effects of warming and drought on the vegetation and plant diversity in the Amazon basin. Botanical Review 81:42-69.

168. Dalsgaard, B., Carstensen, D.W., Fjeldså, J., Maruyama, P.K., Rahbek, C., Sandel, B., Sonne, J., Svenning, J.-C., Wang, Z. & Sutherland, W.J. 2014. Does geography, current climate or historical climate determine bird species richness, endemism and island network roles in Wallacea and the West Indies? Ecology and Evolution 4:4019–4031.

167. Šímová, I., Violle, C., Kraft, N.J.B., Storch, D., Svenning, J.-C., Boyle, B., Donoghue, J.C., Jørgensen, P.M., McGill, B.J., Morueta-Holme, N., Piel, W.H., Peet, R.K., Regetz, J., Schildhauer, M., Spencer, N., Thiers, B., Wiser, S. & Enquist, B.J. (2015) Shifts in trait means and variances in North American tree assemblages: species richness patterns are loosely related to the functional space. Ecography 38:649-658.

166. Barnagaud, J.-Y., Papaïx, J., Gimenez, O. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Dynamic spatial interactions between the native invader Brown-headed Cowbird and its hosts. Diversity and Distributions 21:511–522.

165. Amano, T., Sandel, B., Eager, H., Bulteau, E., Svenning, J.-C., Dalsgaard, B., Rahbek, C., Davies, R.G. & Sutherland, W.J. 2014. Global distribution and drivers of language extinction risk. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281: 20141574.

164. Gomes de Freitas, C., de Sales Dambros, C., Eiserhardt, W.L., Costa, F.R.C., Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 2014. Phylogenetic structure of a palm community in the central Amazon: changes along a hydro-edaphic gradient. Plant Ecology 215:1173-1185.

163. Wheeler, H., Høye, T.T., Schmidt, N.M., Svenning, J.-C. & Forchhammer, M.C. 2015. Phenological mismatch with abiotic conditions – implications for flowering in Arctic plants. Ecology 96:775–787.

162. Pavlova, V., Nabe-Nielsen, J., Dietz, R., Svenning, J.-C., Vorkamp, K., Riget, F.F., Sonne, C., Letcher, R.J. & Grimm, V. 2014. Field metabolic rate and PCB adipose tissue deposition efficiency in East Greenland polar bears derived from contaminant monitoring data. PLoS One 9:e104037.

161. Lenoir, J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Climate-related range shifts – a global multidimensional synthesisand new research directions. Ecography 1:15-28. [Faculty of 1000: Very Good]

160. Pedersen, R.Ø., Sandel, B.S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Macroecological evidence for competitive regional-scale interactions between the two major clades of mammal carnivores (Feliformia and Caniformia). PLoS One 9:e100553.

159. Lamanna, C.A., Blonder, B., Violle, C., Kraft, N.J.B., Sandel, B., Simova, I., Donoghue, J.C., Svenning, J.-C., McGill, B.J., Boyle, B., Buzzard, V., Dolins, S., Jørgensen, P.M., Marcuse-Kubitza, A., Morueta-Holme, N., Peet, R.K., Piel, W., Regetz, J., Schildhauer, M., Spencer, N., Thiers, B.M., Wiser, S.K. & Enquist, B.J. 2014. Functional trait space and the latitudinal diversity gradient. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 111:13745-13750.

158. Sandom, C., Faurby, S., Sandel, B. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Global late Quaternary megafauna extinctions linked to humans, not climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281:20133254.

157. Kissling, W.D., Dalby, L., Fløjgaard, C., Lenoir, J., Sandel, B., Sandom, C., Trøjelsgaard, K. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Establishing macroecological trait datasets: digitalisation, extrapolation and validation of dietary preferences in terrestrial mammals worldwide. Ecology and Evolution 4:2913–2930.

156. Özkan, K., Jeppesen, E., Davidson, T.A., Søndergaard, M., Lauridsen T.L., Bjerring, R., Johansson, L.S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Cross-taxon congruence in lake plankton largely independent of environmental gradients. Ecology 95:2778–2788.

155. Brunbjerg, A.K., Svenning, J.-C. & Ejrnæs, R. 2014. Experimental evidence for disturbance as key to the conservation of dune grassland. Biological Conservation 174:101–110.

154. Barnagaud, J.-Y., Kissling, W.D., Sandel, B., Eiserhardt, W., Sekercioglu, C., Enquist, B.J., Tsirogiannis, C. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Ecological traits influence the phylogenetic structure of bird species co-occurrences worldwide. Ecology Letters 17:811-820.

153. Abellán, P. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Refugia within refugia– patterns in endemism and genetic divergence are linked to Late Quaternary climate stability in the Iberian Peninsula. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113:13–28.

152. Holm, S.R. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. 180,000 years of climate change in Europe: avifaunal responses and vegetation implications. PLoS One 9:e94021.

151. Sandin, L., Schmidt-Kloiber, A., Svenning, J.-C., Jeppesen, E. & Friberg, N. 2014. A trait-based approach to assess climate change sensitivity of freshwater invertebrates across Swedish ecoregions. Current Zoology 60:221 – 232.

150. Sandom, C., Ejrnæs, R., Hansen, M.D.D. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. High herbivore density associated with vegetation diversity in interglacial ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 111:4162-4167.

149. Alexander, C., Moeslund, J.E., Bøcher, P.K., Arge, L. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Regional-scale mapping of tree cover, height and main phenological tree types using airborne laser scanning data. Remote Sensing of Environment 147:156-172.

148. Nogués-Bravo, D., Pulido, F., Arandam I., Araújo, M.B., Diniz-Filho, J.A.F., García-Valdés, R., Kollmann, J., Svenning, J.-C., Valladares, F. & Avala, M.A. 2014. Phenotypic correlates of potential range size and range filling in European trees. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 16:219–227.

147. Feng, G., Mi, X.C., Bøcher, P.K., Mao, L.F., Sandel, B., Cao, M., Ye, W.H., Hao, Z.Q., Gong, H.D., Zhang, Y.T, Zhao, X.H., Jin, G.Z., Ma, K.P. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Relative roles of local disturbance, current climate and palaeoclimate in determining phylogenetic and functional diversity in Chinese forests. Biogeosciences 11:1361-1370.

146. Turner, K., Odgaard, M.V., Bøcher, P.K., Dalgaard, T. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Bundling ecosystem services: Trade-offs and synergies in a cultural landscape. Landscape and Urban Planning 125:89-104.

145. Greve, M., Reyers, B., Lykke, A.M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Spatial optimization of carbon-stocking projects across Africa integrating stocking potential with co-benefits and feasibility. Nature Communications 4:2975.

144. Schleuning, M., Ingmann, L., Strauß, R., Dalsgaard, B., Dehling, D.M., Plein, M., Saavedra, F.V., Sandel, B., Svenning, J.-C., Böhning-Gaese, K. & Dormann, C.F. 2014. Ecological, historical and evolutionary determinants of modularity in weighted seed-dispersal networks. Ecology Letters 17:454-463.

143. Dalby, L., McGill, B.J., Fox, A.D. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Seasonality drives global-scale diversity patterns in waterfowl (Anseriformes) via temporal niche exploitation. Global Ecology & Biogeography 23:550-562.

142. Svenning, J.-C., Gravel, D., Holt, R.D., Schurr, F.M., Thuiller, W., Münkemüller, T., Schiffers, K.H., Dullinger, S., Edwards, T.C., Hickler, T., Higgins, S.I., Nabel, J.E.M.S., Pagel, J. & Normand, S. 2014. The influence of interspecific interactions on species range expansion rates. Ecography DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00574.x.

141. Morueta-Holme, N., Enquist, B.J., McGill, B.J., Boyle, B., Jørgensen, P.M., Ott, J.E., Peet, R.K., Simova, I., Sloat, L., Thiers, B., Violle, C., Wiser, S.K., Dolin, S., Donoghue, J.C., Kraft, N.J.B., Regetz, J., Schildhauer, M., Spencer, N. & Svenning, J.-C.. 2013. Habitat area and climate variability determine geographic variation in plant species range sizes. Ecology Letters 16:1446-1454.

140. Sandel, B. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Human impacts drive a global topographic signature in tree cover. Nature Communications 4:2474.

139. Mayer, M., Agnarsson, I., Svenning, J.-C. & Bilde, T. 2013. Social spiders of the genus Anelosimus occur in wetter, more productive environments than non-social species. Naturwissenschaften 100:1031-1040.

138. Feng, G., Svenning, J.-C., Jia, Q., Rao, M., Ren, H., Bebber, D.P. & Mi, X. 2014. Anthropogenic disturbance shapes phylogenetic and functional tree community structure in a subtropical forest area via successional dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management 313:188-198.

137. Field, R. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Tropical diversity and the energetic ecology of the Red Queen. Journal of Biogeography 41:6-7.

136. Münkemüller, T., Gallien, L., Lavergne, S., Renaud, J., Roquet, C., Abdulhak, S., Dullinger, S., Garraud, L., Guisan, A., Lenoir, J. , Svenning, J.-C., Van Es, J., Vittoz, P. , Willner, W. , Wohlgemuth, T. , Zimmermann, N. & Thuiller, W. 2014. Scale decisions can reverse conclusions on community assembly processes. Global Ecology & Biogeography 23:620–632.

135. Josse, C., Young, B., Lyons-Smyth,R., Brooks, T., Frances, A., Comer, P., Petry, P., Balslev, H., Bassuner, B., Goettsch, B., Jørgensen, P., Larrea-Alcázar, D., Navarro, G., Saatchi, S., Sanchez de Lozada, A., Svenning, J.-C., Tovar, L.A. & Moscoso, A. 2013. Decision-making inputs for the conservation of the western Amazon Basin. Ecología Aplicada 12:45-65.

134. Odgaard, M.V., Bøcher, P.K., Dalgaard, T., Moeslund, J.E. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Anthropogenic topographic effects on the distribution of forest in a lowland agricultural region.Journal of Geographical Sciences24:76-92.

133. Fitzpatrick, M.C., Sanders, N.J., Normand, S., Svenning, J.-C., Ferrier, S., Gove, A.D. & Dunn, R.R. 2013. Environmental and historical imprints on beta diversity: insights from variation in rates of species turnover along gradients. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280: 20131201.

132. Brunbjerg, A.K., Cavender-Bares, J., Eiserhardt, W.L., Ejrnæs, R., Aarssen, L.W., Buckley, H.L., Forey, E., Jansen, F., Kattge, J., Lane, C., Lubke, R.A., Moles, A.T., Monserrat, A.L., Peet, R.K., Roncal, J., Wootton, L. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Multi-scale phylogenetic structure in coastal dune plant communities across the globe Journal of Plant Ecology 7:101-114.

131. Moeslund, J.E., Arge, L., Bøcher, P.K., Dalgaard, T., Odgaard, M., Nygaard, B. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Topographically controlled soil moisture is the primary driver of local vegetation patterns across a lowland region. Ecosphere 4:91.

130. Blach-Overgaard, A., Kissling, W.D., Dransfield, J., Balslev, H. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Multimillion-year climatic effects on palm species diversity in Africa. Ecology 94:2426-2435.

129. Normand, S., Randin, C., Ohlemüller, R., Bay, C., Høye, T.T., Kjær, E.D., Körner, C., Lischke, H., Maiorano, L., Paulsen, J., Pearman, P.B., Psomas, A., Treier, U.A., Zimmermann, N.E. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. A greener Greenland? Climatic potential and long-term constraints on future expansions of trees and shrubs. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 368:20120479.

128. Dalby,L., Söderquist, P., Christensen, T.K., Clausen, P., Einarsson, Á., Elmberg,J., Fox, A.D., Holmquist, N., Langendoen, T., Lehikoinen, A., Lindström, Å., Lorentsen, S.-H., Nilsson, L., Pöysä, H., Rintala, J., Sigfússon, A.þ. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. The status of the Nordic populations of the Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) in a changing world. Ornis Fennica 90:2-15.

127. Dalsgaard, B., Trøjelsgaard, K., González, A.M.M., Nogués-Bravo, D., Ollerton, J., Petanidou, T., Sandel, B., Schleuning, M., Wang, Z., Rahbek, C., Sutherland, W.J., Svenning, J.-C. & Olesen, J.M. 2013. Historical climate-change influences modularity and nestedness of pollination networks. Ecography 100:1266-1286.

126. Svenning, J.-C. & Sandel, B. 2013. Disequilibrium vegetation dynamics under future climate change. American Journal of Botany 100:1266-1276.

125. Alexander, C., Moeslund, J.E., Bøcher, P.K., Arge, L. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Airborne laser scanner (LiDAR) proxies for understory light conditions. Remote Sensing of Environment 134:152-161.

124. Mayer, M., Svenning, J.-C. & Bilde, T. 2013. Habitat productivity constrains the distribution of social spiders across continents - case study of the genus Stegodyphus. Frontiers in Zoology 10:9.

123. Rakotoarinivo, M., Blach-Overgaard, A., Baker, W.J., Dransfield, J., Moat, J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Palaeo-precipitation determines palm diversity patterns within Madagascar - a tropical biodiversity hotspot. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 280: 20123048.

122. Moeslund, J.E., Arge, L., Bøcher, P.K., Dalgaard, T. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Topography as a driver of local plant diversity patterns. Nordic Journal of Botany 31:129-144.

121. Odgaard, M.V., Moeslund, J.E., Bøcher, P.K., Dalgaard, T. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. The relative importance of geophysical constraints, amenity values, and farm-related factors in the dynamics of grassland set-aside. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 164:286-291.

120. Eiserhardt, W.L., Svenning, J.-C., Baker, W.J., Coevreur, T.L.P. & Balslev, H. 2013. Dispersal and niche evolution jointly shape the geographic turnover of phylogenetic clades across continents. Scientific Reports 3:1164.

119. Sandom, C., Dalby, L., Fløjgaard, C., Kissling, W.D., Lenoir, J., Sandel, B., Trøjelsgaard, K., Ejrnæs, R. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Mammal predator and prey species richness are strongly linked at macroscales. Ecology 94:1112-1122.

118. Lenoir, J., Graae, B.J., Aarrestad, P.A., Alsos, I.G., Armbruster, W.S., Austrheim, G., Bergendorff, C., Birks, H.J.B., Bråthen, K.A., Brunet, J., Bruun, H.H., Dahlberg, C.J., Decocq, G., Diekmann, M., Dynesius, M., Ejrnæs, R., Grytnes, J.-A., Hylander, K., Klanderud, K., Luoto, M., Milbau, A., Moora, M., Nygaard, B., Odland, A., Ravolainen, V.T., Reinhardt, S:, Sandvik, S.M., Schei, F.H., Speed, J.D.M., Tveraabak, L.U., Vandvik, V., Velle, L.G., Virtanen, R., Zobel, M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Local temperatures inferred from plant communities suggest strong spatial buffering of climate warming across Northern Europe. Global Change Biology 19:1470-1481.

117. Lenoir, J., Svenning, J.-C., Dullinger, S., Pauli, H., Willner, W., Guisan, A., Vittoz, P., Wohlgemuth, T., Zimmermann & Gégout, J.C. 2012. The Alps Vegetation Database – a geo-referenced community-level archive of all terrestrial plants occurring in the Alps. 2012. Biodiversity & Ecology 4:331-332.

116. Carstensen, D.W., Dalsgaard, B., Svenning, J.-C., Rahbek, C., Fjeldså, J., Sutherland, W.J. & Olesen, J.M. 2013. The functional biogeography of species: biogeographical species roles of birds in Wallacea and the West Indies. Ecography 36:1097-1105.

115. Moeslund, J.E., Arge, L., Bøcher, P.K., Dalgaard, T., Ejrnæs, R., Odgaard, M.V. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Topographically controlled soil moisture drives plant diversity patterns within grasslands. Biodiversity & Conservation 22:2151-2166.

114. Kellermann, V., Overgaard, J., Hoffmann, A.A., Fløjgaard, C., Svenning, J.-C. & Loeschcke, V. 2012. Upper thermal limits of Drosophila are linked to species distributions and strongly constrained phylogenetically. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 109: 16228-16233.

113. Schleuning, M., Fründ, J., Klein, A.-M., Abrahamczyk, S., Alarcón, R., Albrecht, M., Andersson, G.K.S., Bazarian, S., Böhning-Gaese, K., Bommarco, R., Dalsgaard, B., Dehling, D.M., Gotlieb, A., Hagen, M., Hickler, T., Holzschuh, A., Kaiser-Bunbury, C., Kreft, H., Morris, R.J., Sandel, B., Sutherland, W.J., Svenning, J.-C., Tscharntke, T., Watts, S., Weiner, C.N., Werner, M., Williams, N.M., Winqvist, C., Dormann, C.F. & Blüthgen, N. 2012. Specialization of mutualistic interaction networks decreases towards tropical latitudes. Current Biology 22:1925-1931.

112. Özkan, K., Svenning, J.-C. & Jeppesen, E. 2013. Environmental species sorting dominates forest-bird community assembly across scales. Journal of Animal Ecology 82:266-274.

111. Dalby, L., Fox, A.D., Petersen, I.K., Delany, S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Temperature does not dictate the wintering distributions of European dabbling duck species. Ibis 155:80-88.

110. Virtanen, R., Grytnes, J.-A., Lenoir, J., Luoto, M., Oksanen, J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Productivity-diversity patterns in arctic tundra vegetation. Ecography 36:331-341.

109. Kristiansen, T., Svenning, J.-C., Eiserhardt, W., Pedersen, D., Brix, H., Kristiansen, S.M., Knadel, M., Grández, C. & Balslev, H. 2012. Environment versis dispersal in the assembly of western Amazonian palm communities. Journal of Biogeography 39: 1318-1332.

108. Eiserhardt, W., Svenning, J.-C., Borchsenius, F., Kristiansen, T. & Balslev, H. 2012. Separating environmental and geographical determinants of phylogenetic community structure in Amazonian palms (Arecaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 171.244-259.

107. Greve, M., Lykke, A.M., Fagg, C.W., Bogaert, J., Friis, I., Marchant, R., Marshall, A.R., Ndayishimiye, N., Sandel, B.S., Sandom, C., Schmidt, M., Timberlake, J.R., Wieringa, J.J., Zizka, G. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Continental-scale variability in browser diversity is a major driver of diversity patterns in acacias across Africa. Journal of Ecology 100:1093-1104. [picked as Editor’s Choice in J. Ecol. and in Science 337:15, Drivers of diversity]

106. Wisz, M.S., Pottier, J., Kissling, W.D., Pellisier, L., Lenoir, J., Damgaard, C.F., Dormann, C.F., Forchhammer, M.C., Grytnes, J.A., Guisan, A., Heikkinen, R., Høye, T.T., Kühn, I., Luoto, M., Maiorano, L., Nilsson, M.-C., Normand, S., Öckinger, E., Schmidt, N.M., Termansen, M., Timmermann, A., Wardle, D.A., Aastrup, P. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. The role of biotic interactions in shaping spatial distributions and realised assemblages of species: implications for species distribution modelling. Biological Reviews 88:15-30.

105. Brunbjerg, A.K., Borchsenius, F., Eiserhardt, W.L., Ejrnæs,R. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Disturbance drives phylogenetic community structure in coastal dune vegetation. Journal of Vegetation Science 23:1082-1094.

104. Kissling, W.D., Eiserhardt, W.L., Baker, W.J., Borchsenius, F., Couvreur, T.L.P., Balslev, H. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Cenozoic imprints on the phylogenetic structure of palm species assemblages worldwide. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 109:7379-7384.

103. Dullinger, S., Gattringer, A., Thuiller, W., Zimmermann, N.E., Guisan, A., Willner, W., Plutzar, C., Leitner, M., Mang, T., Caccianiga, M., Dirnböck, T., Ertl, S., Fischer, A., Lenoir, J., Svenning, J.-C., Psomas, A., Schmatz, D.R., Silc, U., Vittoz, P. & Hülber, K. 2012. Extinction debt of high-mountain plants under 21st-century climate change. Nature Climate Change 2:619-622.

102. Kellermann, V., Loeschcke, V., Kristensen, T.N., David, J., Svenning, J.-C., Fløjgaard, C., Hoffmann, A. & Overgaard, J.H. 2012. Evolution of temperature, dehydration and starvation tolerance in drosophilids. Evolution 66:3377-3389.

101. Pertoldi, C., Bach, L.A., Svenning, J.-C., Damgaard, C. & Bayley, M. 2012. Contributions from population genetics to ecotoxicology and stress ecology in light of transformation to the population genomic era. Archives of Biological Sciences 64:557-565.

100. Ndayishimiye, J., Greve, M., Stoffelen,P., Bigendako, M.J., De Cannière, C., Svenning, J.-C. & Bogaert, J. (2012) Modelling the spatial distribution of endemic Caesalpinioideae in Central Africa, a contribution to the evaluation of actual protected areas in the region. International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 4:118-129.

99. Gomes de Freitas,C., Costa, F.R.C., Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 2012. Topographic separation of two sympatric palms in the central Amazon – does dispersal play a role? Acta Oecologica 39:128-135.

98. Menezes, R.M., Borchsenius, F., Svenning, J.-C., Søndergaard, M., Lauridsen, T.L., Landkildehus, F. & Jeppesen, E. 2013. Variation in fish community structure, richness and diversity in 56 Danish lakes with contrasting depth, size and trophic state: does the method matter? Hydrobiologia 710:47-59.

97. Özkan, K., Jeppesen, E., Søndergaard, M., Lauridsen, T.L., Liboriussen, L. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Contrasting roles of water chemistry, lake morphology, land-use, climate and spatial processes in driving phytoplankton richness in the Danish landscape. Hydrobiologia 710:173-187.

96. Brunbjerg, A.K., Ejrnæs, R. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Species sorting dominates plant metacommunity structure in coastal dunes. Acta Oecologica 39:32-42.

95. Kissling, W.D., Dormann, C.F., Groeneveld, J., Hickler, T., Kühn, I., McInerny, G.J., Montoya, J.M., Römermann, C., Schiffers, K., Schurr, F.M., Singer, A., Svenning, J.-C., Zimmermann, N.E. & O’Hara, R.B. 2012. Towards novel approaches to modelling biotic interactions in multispecies assemblages at large spatial extents. Journal of Biogeography 39:2163-2178.

94. Baselga, A., Lobo, J.M., Svenning, J.-C., Aragón, P. & Araújo, M.B. 2012. Dispersal ability modulates the strength of the latitudinal richness gradient in European beetles. Global Ecology & Biogeography 11:1106-1113.

93. Abellan, P., Arribas, P. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Geologic habitat template overrides Late Quaternary climate change as a determinant of range dynamics and phylogeography in some habitat-specialist water beetles. Journal of Biogeography 39:970-983.

92. Sandel, B., Arge, L., Dalsgaard, B., Davies, R.G., Gaston, K.J., Sutherland, W.J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. The influence of Late Quaternary climate-change velocity on endemism. Science 334:660-664. [type: report] [Faculty of 1000: Exceptional]

91. Odgaard, M.V., Bøcher, P.K., Dalgaard, T. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Climatic and non-climatic drivers of spatiotemporal maize-area dynamics across the northern limit for maize production – a case study from Denmark. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 142:291-302.

90. Greve, M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. A paper park – as seen from the air. Journal for Nature Conservation 19:368-369.

89. Eiserhardt, W.L., Bjorholm, S., Svenning, J.-C., Rangel, T.F. & Balslev, H. 2011. Testing the water-energy theory on American palms (Arecaceae) using geographically weighted regression. PLoS One 6:e27027.

88. Dalsgaard, B., Magård, E., Fjeldså, J., González, A.M., Rahbek, C., Olesen, J.M., Ollerton, J., Alarcón, R., Araujo, A.C., Cotton, P.A., Lara, C., Machado, C.G., Sazima, I., Sazima, M., Timmermann, A., Watts, S., Sandel, B., Sutherland, W.J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Specialization in plant-hummingbird networks is associated with species richness, contemporary precipitation and Quaternary climate-change velocity. PLoS One 6:e25891.

87. Carstensen, D.W., Dalsgaard, B., Svenning, J.-C., Rahbek, C., Fjeldså, J., Sutherland, W.J. & Olesen, J.M. 2012. Biogeographical modules and island roles: a comparison of Wallacea and the West Indies. Journal of Biogeography 39:739-749.

86. Kissling, W.D., Baker, W.J., Balslev, H., Barfod, A.S., Borchsenius, F., Dransfield, J., Govaerts, R. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Quaternary and pre-Quaternary historical legacies in the global distribution of a major tropical plant lineage. Global Ecology & Biogeography 21:909-921.

85. Lenoir, J., Virtanen, R., Oksanen, J., Oksanen, L., Luoto, M., Grytnes, J.-A. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Dispersal ability links cross-scale species diversity patterns across the Eurasian Arctic tundra. Global Ecology & Biogeography 21:851-860.

84. Baselga, A., Lobo, J.M., Svenning, J.-C. & Araújo, M.B. 2012. Global patterns in the shape of species geographic ranges reveal range determinants. Journal of Biogeography 39:760-771.

83. Balslev, H., Kahn, F., Millan, B., Svenning, J.-C., Kristiansen, T., Borchsenius, F., Pedersen, D. & Eiserhardt, W. 2011. Species diversity and growth forms in tropical American palm communities. Botanical Review. 77:381-425.

82. Svenning, J.-C., Fløjgaard, C., Marske, K.A., Nógues-Bravo,D. & Normand, S. 2011. Applications of species distribution modeling to paleobiology. Quaternary Science Reviews 30:2939-2947.

81. Normand, S., Ricklefs, R.E., Skov, F., Bladt, J., Tackenberg, O. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Postglacial migration supplements climate in determining plant species ranges in Europe. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278:3644-3653.

80. Moeslund, J.E., Arge, L., Bøcher, P.K., Nygaard, B. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Geographically comprehensive assessment of fine-scale vegetation-elevation relationships in Danish salt meadows using LiDAR. Wetlands 31:471-482.

79. Eiserhardt, W.L., Svenning, J.-C., Kissling, W.D. & Balslev, H. 2011. Geographical ecology of the palms (Arecaceae) - determinants of diversity and distributions across spatial scales. Annals of Botany 108:1391-1416..

78. Kristiansen, T., Svenning, J.-C., Pedersen, D., Eiserhardt, W., Grández, C. & Balslev, H. 2011. Local and regional palm (Arecaceae) species richness patterns and their cross-scale determinants in the western Amazon. Journal of Ecology 99:1001-1015.

77. Ohlemüller, R., Huntley, B., Normand, S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Potential source and sink locations for climate-driven species range shifts in Europe since the Last Glacial Maximum. Global Ecology & Biogeography 21:152-163.

76. Greve, M., Lykke, A.M., Blach-Overgaard, A. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Environmental and anthropogenic determinants of vegetation distribution across Africa. Global Ecology & Biogeography 20:661-674.

75. Alvarez, P.C., White, J.F., Torres, M., Balslev, H., Kristiansen, T., Svenning, J.-C. & Gil, N. 2011. Light converts endosymbiotic fungus to pathogen, influencing seedling survival and niche-space filling of a common tropical tree, Iriartea deltoidea. PLoS One 6:e16386.

74. Svenning, J.-C., Fløjgaard, C. & Baselga, A. 2011. Climate, history and neutrality as drivers of mammal beta diversity in Europe: insights from multiscale deconstruction. Journal of Animal Ecology 80:393-402.

73. Fløjgaard, C., Normand, S., Skov, F. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Deconstructing the mammal species richness pattern in Europe - towards an understanding of the relative importance of climate, biogeographic history, habitat heterogeneity, and humans. Global Ecology & Biogeography, 20:218-230.

72. Roncal, J., Blach-Overgaard, A., Borchsenius, H. Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 2011. A dated phylogeny complements macroecological analysis to explain diversity patterns in Geonoma (Arecaceae). Biotropica 43:324-334.

71. Lenoir, J., Gégout, J.C., Guisan, A., Vittoz, P., Wohlgemuth, T., Zimmermann, N.E., Dullinger, S., Pauli, H., Willner, W., Grytnes, J.-A., Virtanen, R. & Svenning, J.-C. 2010. Cross-scale analysis of the region effect on vascular plant species diversity in southern and northern European mountain ranges. PLoS One 5:e15734.

70. Svenning, J.-C., Fitzpatrick, M.C., Normand, S., Graham, C.H., Pearman, P.B., Iverson, L.R. & Skov, F. 2010. Geography, topography, and history affect realized-to-potential tree species richness patterns in Europe. Ecography 33:1070-1080. [Faculty of 1000: Exceptional; International Association for Landscape Ecology, US Chapter (US-IALE), Outstanding Paper in Landscape Ecology Award – Honorable Mention]

69. Meier, E.S., Kienast, F. Pearman, P.B., Svenning, J.-C., Thuiller, W., Araújo, M.B., Guisan, A. & Zimmermann, N.E. 2010. Biotic and abiotic variables show little redundancy in explaining tree species distributions. Ecography 33:1038-1048.

68. Lenoir, J., Gégout, J.C., Dupouey, J.L., Bert, D. & Svenning, J.-C. 2010. Forest plant community changes during 1989-2007 in response to climate warming in the Jura Mountains (France and Switzerland). Journal of Vegetation Science 21:949-964.

67. Morueta-Holme, N., Fløjgaard, C. & Svenning, J.-C. 2010. Climate change risk and conservation implications for a threatened small-range mammal species. PLoS One 5:e10360. [featured in a News Focus article: Stone, R. 2010. Home, home outside the range. Science 329:1592-1594]

66. Blach-Overgaard, A., Svenning, J.-C., Dransfield, J., Greve, M. & Balslev, H. 2010. Determinants of palm species distributions across Africa: the relative roles of climate, non-climatic environmental factors, and spatial constraints. Ecography 33:380-391.

65. Lenoir, J., Gégout, J.-C., Guisan, A., Vittoz, P., Wohlgemuth, T., Zimmermann, N. E., Dullinger, S., Pauli, H., Willner, W. & Svenning, J.-C. 2010. Going against the flow: potential mechanisms for unexpected downslope range shifts in a warming climate. Ecography 33:295-303.

64. Vega, R., Nakazawa-Ueji, Y., Lira-Noriega, A., Fløjgaard, C., Svenning, J.-C. & Searle, J.B. 2010. Northern glacial refugia for the pygmy shrew (Sorex minutus) in Europe revealed by phylogeographic and species distribution modelling. Ecography 33:260-271.

63. Kristiansen, T., Svenning, J.-C., Grández, C., Salo, J. & Balslev, H. 2009. Commonness of Amazonian palm (Arecaceae) species: Cross-scale links and potential determinants. Acta Oecologica 35:554-562.

62. Bladt, J., Strange, N., Abildtrup, J., Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2009. Conservation efficiency of geopolitical coordination in the EU. Journal for Nature Conservation 17:72-86.

61. Svenning, J.-C., Normand, S. & Skov, F. 2009. Plio-Pleistocene climate change and geographic heterogeneity in plant diversity–environment relationships. Ecography 32:13-21.

60. Blach-Overgaard,A., Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 2009. Climate change sensitivity of the African ivory nut palm, Hyphaene petersiana Klotzsch ex Mart. (Arecaceae) – a keystone species in SE Africa. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8:012014.

59. Fløjgaard,C., Morueta-Holme, N., Skov, F., Madsen, A. B. & Svenning, J.-C. 2009. Potential 21st century changes to the mammal fauna of Denmark - implications of climate change, land-use, and invasive species. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8:012016.

58. Lykke ,A.M., Barfod, A. S., Tinggard Svendsen, G., Greve, M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2009. Climate change mitigation by carbon stock - the case of semi-arid West Africa. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8:012004.

57. Moeslund,J.E., Bøcher, P. K., Svenning, J.-C., Mølhave, T. & Arge, L. 2009. Impacts of 21st century sea-level rise on a Danish major city - an assessment based on fine-resolution digital topography and a new flooding algorithm. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8:012022.

56. Skov,F., Nygaard, B., Wind, P., Borchsenius, F., Normand, S., Balslev, H., Fløjgaard, C. & Svenning, J.-C. 2009. Impacts of 21st century climate changes on flora and vegetation in Denmark. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8:012015.

55. Svenning,J.-C., Fløjgaard, C., Morueta-Holme, N., Lenoir, J., Normand, S. & Skov, F. 2009. Big moving day for biodiversity? A macroecological assessment of the scope for assisted colonization as a conservation strategy under global warming. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8:012017.

54. Svenning, J.-C., Baktoft, K.H. & Balslev, H. 2009. Land-use history affects understorey plant species distributions in a large temperate forest complex, Denmark. Plant Ecology 201:221-234.

53. Normand, S., Treier, U.A., Randin, C., Vittoz, P., Guisan, A. & Svenning, J.-C. 2009. Importance of abiotic stress as a range limit determinant for European plants: insights from species’ responses to climatic gradients. Global Ecology & Biogeography 18:437-449.

52. Fløjgaard, C., Normand, S., Skov, F. & Svenning, J.-C. 2009. Ice age distributions of European mammals: insights from species distribution modelling. Journal of Biogeography 36:1152-1163.

51. Svenning, J.-C., Harlev, D., Sørensen, M.M. & Balslev, H. 2009. Topographic and spatial controls of palm species distributions in a montane rain forest, southern Ecuador. Biodiversity & Conservation 18:219-228.

50. Svenning, J.-C., Normand, S. & Kageyama, M. 2008. Glacial refugia of temperate trees in Europe: insights from species distribution modelling. Journal of Ecology 96:1117-1127. [picked as Editor’s Choice]

49. Bjorholm, S., Svenning, J.-C., Skov, F. & Balslev, H. 2008. To what extent does Tobler’s 1st law of geography apply to macroecology? A case study using American palms (Arecaceae). BMC Ecology 8:11.

48. Svenning, J.-C., Normand, S. & Skov, F. 2008. Postglacial dispersal limitation of widespread forest plant species in nemoral Europe. Ecography 31:316-326.

47. Dominy, N.J., Grubb, P.J., Jackson, R.V., Lucas, P.W., Metcalfe, D.J., Svenning, J.-C. & Turner, I.M. 2008. In tropical lowland rain forests monocots have tougher leaves than dicots, and include a new kind of tough leaf. Annals of Botany 101:1363-1377.

46. Grubb, P.J., Jackson, R.V., Barberis, I.M., Bee, J.N., Coomes, D.A., Dominy, N.J., De la Fuente,M.A., Lucas, P.W., Metcalfe, D.J., Svenning, J.-C., Turner, I.M. & Vargas, O. 2008. Monocot leaves are eaten less than dicot leaves in tropical lowland rain forests: roles for toughness and leaf presentation. Annals of Botany 101:1379-1389.

45. Svenning, J.-C., Borchsenius, F., Bjorholm, S. & Balslev, H. 2008. High tropical net diversification drives the New World latitudinal gradient in palm (Arecaceae) species richness. Journal of Biogeography 35: 394-406.

44. Svenning, J.-C., Fabbro, T. & Wright, S.J. 2008. Seedling interactions in a tropical forest in Panama. Oecologia 155: 143-150.

43. Paniagua Z., N.Y., Byg, A., Svenning, J.-C., Moraes, M., Grandez, C. & Balslev, H. 2007. Diversity of palm uses in the western Amazon. Biodiversity and Conservation 16:2771-2787.

42. Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2007. Could the tree diversity pattern in Europe be generated by postglacial dispersal limitation? Ecology Letters 10:453-460. [Faculty of 1000: Exceptional]

41. Levinsky, I., Skov, F., Svenning, J.-C. & Rahbek, C. 2007. Potential impacts of climate change on the distributions and diversity patterns of European mammals. Biodiversity & Conservation 16:3803-3816.

40. Normand, S., Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2007. National and European perspectives on climate change sensitivity of the Habitats Directive characteristic plant species. Journal for Nature Conservation 15:41-53.

39. Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2007. Ice age legacies in the geographic distribution of tree species richness in Europe. Global Ecology & Biogeography 16:234-245. [Faculty of 1000: Exceptional]

38. Svenning, J.-C., Normand, S., and Skov, F. 2006. Range filling in European trees. Journal of Biogeography 33:2018-2021.

37. Svenning, J.-C., B.M.J. Engelbrecht, D.A. Kinner, T.A. Kursar, R.F. Stallard & Wright, S.J. 2006. The relative roles of environment, history and local dispersal in controlling the distributions of common tree and shrub species in a tropical forest landscape, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22:575-586.

36. Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2006. Potential impact of climate change on the northern nemoral forest herb flora of Europe. Biodiversity & Conservation 15:3341-3356.

35. Bjorholm, S., Svenning, J.-C., Baker, W.J., Skov, F. & Balslev, H. 2006. Historical legacies in the geographic diversity patterns of New World palm (Arecaceae) clades. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 151:113-125.

34. Normand, S., Vormisto, J., Svenning, J.-C., Grández, C. & Balslev, H. 2006. Geographical and environmental controls of palm beta diversity in paleo-riverine terrace forests in Amazonian Peru. Plant Ecology 186:161-176.

33. Thomsen, R.P., Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 2005. Overstorey control of understorey species composition in a near-natural temperate broadleaved forest in Denmark.Plant Ecology 181:113-126.

32. Macía, M.J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2005. Oligarchic dominance in western Amazonian plant communities. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21:613-626.

31. Bjorholm, S, Svenning, J.-C., Skov, F. & Balslev, H. 2005. Environmental and spatial controls of palm (Arecaceae) species richness across the Americas. Global Ecology & Biogeography 14:423-429.

30. Condit, R., Ashton, P., Balslev, H., Brokaw, N., Bunyavejchewin, S., Chuyong, G., Co, L., Dattaraja, H.S., Davies, S., Esufali, S., Ewango, C.E.N., Foster, R., Gunatilleke, N., Gunatilleke, S., Hernandez, C., Hubbell, S., John, R., Kenfack, D., Kiratiprayoon, P.S., Hart, T., Itoh, A., LaFrankie, J.V., Liengola, I., Lagunzad, D., Loo de Lao, S., Losos, E., Magård, E., Makana, J.-M., Manokaran, N., Navarrete, H., Nur, S.M., Okhubo, T., Pérez, R. Samper, C., Seng, L.H., Sukumar, R., Svenning, J.-C., Tan, S., Thomas, D., Thompson, J., Vallejo, M.I., Villa Muñoz, G., Valencia, R., Yamakura, T. & Zimmerman, J.K. 2005. Tropical tree a-diversity: Results from a worldwide network of large plots. Biologiske Skrifter 55:565-582.

29. Boll, T., Svenning, J.-C., Vormisto, N., Normand, S., Grández, C. & Balslev, H. 2005. Spatial distribution and environmental preferences of the piassaba palm Aphandra natalia (Arecaceae) along the Pastaza and Urituyacu rivers in Peru. Forest Ecology and Management 213:175-183.

28. Svenning, J.-C. & Wright, S.J. 2005. Seed limitation in a Panamanian forest. Journal of Ecology 93: 853-862.

27. Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2005. The relative roles of environment and history as controls of tree species composition and richness in Europe. Journal of Biogeography 32:1019-1033.

26. Svenning, J.-C., Kinner, D.A., Stallard, R.F., Engelbrecht, B.M.J. & Wright, S.J. 2004. Ecological determinism in plant community structure across a tropical forest landscape. Ecology 85:2526-2538.

25. Windeballe, B.S., Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 2004. The influence of past land-use on understory plant distribution in a near-natural deciduous forest in Denmark. Nordic Journal of Botany 23:69-81.

24. Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2004. Limited filling of the potential range in European tree species. Ecology Letters 7:565-573 + 8:240. [Faculty of 1000: Very Good]

23. Vormisto, J., Svenning, J.-C., Hall, P. & Balslev, H. 2004. Diversity and dominance in palm (Arecaceae) communities in terra firme forests in the western Amazon basin. Journal of Ecology 92:577-588.

22. Valencia, R., Foster, R.B., Villa, G., Condit, R., Svenning, J.-C., Hernández, C., Romoleroux, K., Losos, E. Magård, E. & Balslev, H. 2004. Tree species distributions and local habitat variation in the Amazon: a large forest plot in eastern Ecuador. Journal of Ecology 92:214-229.

21. Skov, F. & Svenning, J.-C. 2004. Potential impact of climate change on the distribution of forest herbs in Europe. Ecography 27:366-380+827-828.

20. Svenning, J.-C. 2003. Deterministic Plio-Pleistocene extinctions in the European cool-temperate tree flora. Ecology Letters 6:646-653.

19. Skov, F. & Svenning, J.-C. 2003. Predicting plant species richness in a managed forest. Forest Ecology and Management 180:583-593.

18. Dominy, N.J., Svenning, J.-C. & Li, W.-H. 2003. Historical contingency in the evolution of primate color vision. Journal of Human Evolution 44:25-45.

17. Svenning, J.-C. 2002. A review of natural vegetation openness in Northwestern Europe. Biological Conservation 104:133-148. [focus of a Nature News and Views article: Sutherland, W.J. 2002. Openness in management. Nature 481:834-835.]

16. Svenning, J.-C. & Macía, M.J. 2002. Harvesting of Geonoma macrostachys leaves for thatch: an exploration of sustainability. Forest Ecology and Management 167:251-262.

15. Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2002. Mesoscale distribution of understorey plants in managed temperate forest (Kalø, Denmark): the importance of environment and dispersal. Plant Ecology 160:169-185.

14. Svenning, J.-C. 2002. Crown illumination limits the population growth rate of a neotropical understorey palm (Geonoma macrostachys, Arecaceae). Plant Ecology 159:185-199.

13. Svenning, J.-C. 2002. Non-native ornamental palms invade a secondary tropical forest in Panama. Palms 46:81-86.

12. Duivenvoorden, J.F., Svenning, J.-C. & Wright, S.J. 2002. [Perspectives] Beta diversity in tropical forests. Science 295:636-637.

11. Olesen, J.M., Christensen, A.M., Eskildsen, L.I., Svenning, J.-C. & Lindberg, R. 2002. Plants in the Devil's garden: intruders of an ant-plant mutualism. Ecotropica 8:81-86.

10. Borchsenius, F., Balslev, H. & Svenning, J.-C. 2001. Two new species of Geonoma sect. Taenianthera (Burret) W. Boer from the western Amazon. Nordic Journal of Botany 21:341-347.

9. Svenning, J.-C. 2001. On the role of microenvironmental heterogeneity in the ecology and diversification of neotropical rain forest palms (Arecaceae). Botanical Review 67:1-53.

8. Svenning, J.-C. 2001. Environmental heterogeneity, recruitment limitation, and the mesoscale distribution of palms in a tropical montane rain forest (Maquipucuna, Ecuador). Journal of Tropical Ecology 17:97-113.

7. Svenning, J.-C. 2000. Small canopy gaps influence plant distributions in the rain forest understory. Biotropica 32:252-261.

6. Svenning, J.-C. 2000. Growth strategies of clonal palms (Arecaceae) in a Neotropical rain forest, Yasuní, Ecuador. Australian Journal of Botany 48:167-178.

5. Svenning, J.-C. 1999. Microhabitat specialization in a species-rich palm community in Amazonian Ecuador. Journal of Ecology 87:55-65.

4. Svenning, J.-C. 1999. Recruitment of tall arborescent palms in the Yasuní National Park, Amazonian Ecuador: are large treefall gaps important? Journal of Tropical Ecology 15:355-366.

3. Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 1999. Microhabitat-dependent recruitment of Iriartea deltoidea (Arecaceae) in Amazonian Ecuador. Ecotropica 5:69-74.

2. Svenning, J.-C. & Magård, E. 1999. Population ecology and conservation status of the last natural population of English yew Taxus baccata in Denmark. Biological Conservation 88:173-182.

1. Svenning, J.-C. 1998. The effect of land-use on the local distribution of palm species in an Andean rain forest fragment in northwestern Ecuador. Biodiversity and Conservation 7:1529-1537.

Book chapters, proceedings, reports and other scientific publications:

29. Smith, F.A., Doughty, C.E., Malhi, Y., Svenning, J.-C. & Terborgh, J. In press. Megafauna in the Earth system. Ecography.

28. Lortie, C.J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. The diversity of diversity studies: retrospectives and future directions. Ecography 38:330–334.

27. Svenning, J.-C. 2014. New spatial and temporal perspectives on the assembly of biotas and communities. Special issue: International Biogeography Society, 6th biennial International Conference. Ecography 37:1022–1023.

26. Sandom, C., Donlan, C.J., Svenning, J.-C. & Hansen, D. 2013. Rewilding. In: MacDonald, D.W. & Willis, K.J. (eds). Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2, pp. 430-451. John Wiley & Sons.

25. Lenoir, J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2013. Latitudinal and elevational range shifts under contemporary climate change. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd ed. (ed S.A. Levin), pp. 599-611. Academic Press, Waltham.

24. Sandom, C., Svenning, J.-C. & Ejrnæs, R. (2012) Rewilding as tool and target in the management for biodiversity – a one day symposium for scientists, managers and stakeholders. Aarhus University, 11 April 2012. Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University.

23. Svenning, J.-C., Fløjgaard,C., Sandom,C. & Ejrnæs,R. (2012) Plads til vild natur i Danmark i 2020? Om behovet for store sammenhængende naturområder. In: Danmarks natur frem mod 2020 - om at stoppe tabet af biologisk mangfoldighed (ed H. Meltofte), pp. 77-80. Det Grønne Kontaktudvalg.

22. Rahbek,C., Agger,P., Bruun,H.H., Ejrnæs,R., Sand-Jensen,K., Strange,N. & Svenning,J.-C. (2012) Danmarks biodiversitets fremtid - de væsentligste udfordringer og højest prioriterede virkemidler. In: Danmarks natur frem mod 2020 - om at stoppe tabet af biologisk mangfoldighed (ed H. Meltofte), pp. 101-112. Det Grønne Kontaktudvalg.

21. Skov,F., Svenning,J.-C. & Rahbek,C. (2012) Hvordan sikrer vi biodiversiteten under fremtidens klimaforandringer? In: Danmarks natur frem mod 2020 - om at stoppe tabet af biologisk mangfoldighed (ed H. Meltofte), pp. 71-76. Det Grønne Kontaktudvalg.

20. Høye,T.T., Ejrnæs,R., Dalgaard,T., Svenning,J.-C. & Topping,C.J. (2012) Hvordan sikrer vi agerlandets biodiversitet? In Danmarks natur frem mod 2020 - om at stoppe tabet af biologisk mangfoldighed (ed H. Meltofte), pp. 49-53. Det Grønne Kontaktudvalg.

19. Sandel, B., Arge, L., Dalsgaard, B., Davies, R.G., Gaston, K.J., Sutherland, W.J. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Response-global endemism needs spatial integration. Science 335:285-286.

18. Fløjgaard, C. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. One step closer towards disentangling competing hypotheses in macroecology. Frontiers of Biogeography 3(2):44-45.

17. Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Climate change biogeography. Frontiers of Biogeography 3(1):20.

16. Sfentourakis, S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Mediterranean biogeography:  where history meets ecology across scales. Frontiers of Biogeography 3(1):7-9.

15. Greve, M. & Svenning, J.-C. 2011. Dealing with data: save stored specimens. Science 331:1511.

14. Zimmermann, N.E., Edwards, Jr., T.C., Graham,C.G. Pearman, P.B. & Svenning J. C. 2010. New trends in species distribution modeling. Ecography 33:985-989.

13. Basse, E.M., Svenning, J.-C., Olesen, J. O., Besenbacher, F., Læssøe, J., Seidenkrantz, M.-S. & Lange, L. 2009. The 7 Aarhus statements on climate change. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8:011002.

12. Svenning, J.-C., Kerr, J.T. & Rahbek, C. 2009. Predicting future shifts in species diversity. Ecography 32:1-2.

11. Svenning, J.-C. & Condit, R. 2008. [Perspectives] Biodiversity in a warmer world. Science 322:206-207.

10. Svenning, J.-C. 2007. ‘Pleistocene re-wilding’ merits serious consideration also outside North America [guest editorial]. IBS Newsletter 5(3):3-9.

9. Clausen, J., Svenning, J.-C. & Salo, J. 2007. Plant diversity and distribution patterns in the Peruvian Amazonia. Report prepared for the project Biological Diversity of Peruvian Amazonia (BIODAMAZ, Phase II, Peru - Finland), Dissemination Phase.

8. Skov, F., Svenning, J.-C. & Normand, S. 2006. Sandsynlige konsekvenser af klimaændringer på artsudbredelser og biodiversitet i Danmark - Potentielle konsekvenser af klimaændringer for artsudbredelser og biodiversitet i Danmark med karplanter som eksempel Miljøprojekt nr. 1120. Miljøstyrelsen [Danish Environmental Protection Agency], Copenhagen, Denmark.

7. Valencia, R., Condit, R., Romoleroux, K., Foster, R.B., Muñoz, G.V., Losos, E.C., Balslev, H., Svenning, J.-C. & Magård, E. 2004. Tree species diversity and distribution in a forest plot at Yasuní National Park, Amazonian Ecuador.In: Losos, E.C. & Leigh Jr., E. G. (eds). Tropical forest diversity and dynamism. Findings from a large-scale plot network, pp. 107-118. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA.

6. Valencia, R., Condit, R., Foster, R.B., Romoleroux, K., Muñoz, G.V., Svenning, J.-C., Magård, E., Bass, M., Losos, E.C. & Balslev, H. 2004. Yasuní Forest Dynamics Plot, Ecuador.In: Losos, E.C. & Leigh Jr., E. G. (eds). Tropical forest diversity and dynamism. Findings from a large-scale plot network, pp. 609-620. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA.

5. Svenning, J.-C. 2004. Using the preceding interglacials to provide a dynamic base-line for European nature. In: Proceedings from the workshop “Mapping and monitoring of natural areas in the Nordic countries – November 1-3, 2002, Fuglsø, Denmark”, Ejrnæs, R. & Fredshavn, J. (eds), pp. 32-36. NERI, Kalø, Denmark.

4. Duivenvoorden, J.F., Svenning, J.-C. & Wright, S.J. 2002. [Technical Comments] Beta-diversity on tropical forests - Response. Science 297:1439a.

3. Svenning, J.-C. 2000. Environmental heterogeneity affects the distribution and performance of the Yasuní palms. Inside CTFS, Summer:2+10.

2.Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 1998. The palm flora of the Maquipucuna montane forest reserve, Ecuador. Principes 42:218-226.

1. Svenning, J.-C. & Balslev, H. 1997. Small-scale demographic disequilibrium of Iriartea deltoidea (Arecaceae) in Amazonian Ecuador. In: Estudios sobre diversidad y ecología de plantas: memorias del II Congreso Ecuatoriana de Botánica realizado en la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Valencia, R. & Balslev, H. (eds), pp. 263-274. PUCE, University of Aarhus & DIVA. Quito, Ecuador.

Popular science publications:

22. Brunbjerg, A.K., Jørgensen, G.P., Nielsen, K.M., Pedersen, M.L., Svenning, J.-C. & Ejrnæs, R. 2015. Dansk klitnatur trues af stabilitet. Vand & Jord 22(2):64-68.

21. Bruun, H.H., Ejrnæs, R., Hansen, M.D.D., Heilmann-Clausen, J., Rahbek, C. & Svenning, J.-C. 2015. Forskere: her er fakta om biodiversitet i skovene. Altinget, May 12, 2015.

20. Svenning, J.-C., Fløjgaard, C., Ejrnæs, R. & Pedersen, P.B.M. 2014. Rewilding. Natur og Museum 53(4).

19. Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Plantelivet under pres. Weekendavisen (36): Ideer, 8-9.

18. Faurby, S. & Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Hvor blev alle de store dyr af? Aktuel Naturvidenskab 4: 22-27.

17. Svenning, J.-C. 2014. Naturen i bevægelse – klimaets betydning for den biologiske mangfoldighed. In: Søforklaringer, pp. 304-319. Aarhus University Press, Aarhus.

16. Normand, S., Forchhammer, M.C., Høye, T.T., Jeppesen, E. & Svenning, J.-C. 2012. Nielsen, M.A. (ed.). Grønlands biodiversitet – klimaets betydning i fortid, nutid og fremtid. In: Grønlands fascinationskraft – fortællinger fra polarforskningen, pp. 148-161. Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, Denmark.

15. Svenning, J.-C., Sandom,C. & Ejrnæs, R. 2012. Fremtidens natur med store dyr. Aktuel Naturvidenskab (2):2.

14. Svenning, J.-C., Sandel, B., Fløjgaard, C. & Forchhammer, M.C. 2010. Økoinformatik – økologi i en syndflod af data. Aktuel Naturvidenskab (5):34-37.

13. Fløjgaard, C., Morueta-Holme, N., Normand, S., Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2010. Værktøj til forvaltning af natur i forandring. Klima&Tilpasning. KFT’s konferencemagasin, 42-43.

12. Morueta-Holme, N., Normand, S., Fløjgaard, C., Svenning, J.-C. & Skov, F. 2010. Hvad kommer, hvad forsvinder. Klima&Tilpasning. KFT’s konferencemagasin, 40-41.

11. Svenning, J.-C. 2009. Klimaændringerne og den danske natur. Skov & Folk 26(3):4-5.

10. Skov, F. & Svenning, J.-C. 2009. Den danske natur og klimaændringerne. Kaskelot 174 (3):8-13.

9. Svenning, J.-C., Normand, S. & Skov, F. 2008. Konsekvenser af den globale opvarmning for den danske flora og vegetation. Flora & Fauna 113:111-120.

8. Svenning, J.-C. 2007. Bringing back Europe's prehistoric beasts. Scientific American, on-line [Presented as top story]

7. Skov, F. & Svenning, J.-C. 2003. Biodiversitet - et strategisk perspektiv. MiljøForskning 54:18-23.

6. Svenning, J.-C. 2002. Regnskovens gåde - på vej mod opklaring. Naturens Verden 85(2):14-23.

5. Svenning, J.-C. & Poulsen, A. D. 2000. Amazonskoven - en grøn mosaik. Naturens Verden 83(2):14-21.

4. Svenning, J.-C. 2000. Taks har aner tilbage til "Jurassic Park". Skov & Folk 17(1):10-11.

3. Svenning, J.-C. 1999. Danske egekrat i et evolutionært perspektiv: et svar til Peter Wind. URT 23:60-63.

2. Svenning, J.-C. 1999. Gensplejsede træer vil forurene de oprindelige naturområder og skabe en ensidig natur. Skov & Folk 16(3):10-11.

1. Magård, E. & Svenning, J.-C. 1995. A day at the Yasuní Forest Dynamics Plot. Inside CTFS, Fall:3

Textbooks and other educational material:

3. Borchsenius, F. & Svenning, J.-C. Accepted. Uddøen. In: Introduktion til Evolutions- og Cellebiologi, Chapter 11, 22 pages, Aarhus University Press.

2. Svenning, J.-C. & Borchsenius, F. 2010. Klimaændringernes indflydelse på verdens skove. In: SKOV klima & mennesker, Moseholm, N.B. & Ettlinger, R.B. (eds), pp. 28-33. Nepenthes.

1. Skov, F., Svenning, J.-C. & Normand, S. 2008. Hvad sker der med naturen når klimaet ændrer sig? In: Klimaændringerne: Menneskehedens hidtil største udfordring, Meltofte, H. (ed.), pp. 75-85. Danmarks Miljøundersøgelser & Forlaget Hovedland.

International Workshops and working groups: Biotic interactions across space and time (sCircus) workshop, Göttingen, 2015, Macroecology workshop, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2014; RAINBIO (Dynamique de la forêt tropicale en afrique : implications pour la conservation de la biodiversité tropicale) working group, CESAB, 2013-; sDiv workshop Biodiversity across spatial scales, iDiv, 2013; Language macroecology working group, 2012-2014; Advancing Concepts and Models in Range Dynamics Studies, 2012-2013; NordForsk Nordic Researcher Network “Stay or Go?, 2010-2013; NordForsk Nordic Network on Climate & Biodiversity (CBIO-NET), 2010-2013; NordForsk Nordic Network on Species Range Dynamics (NORA), 2009-2013; US National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) working group Botanical Information and Ecology Network (BIEN), 2008-; FRontiers in niche MODelling (FRONTMOD), 2008-2013; Towards an Integrative Approach for Evaluating Species’ Distributional Responses to Rapid Environmental Change (CSIC, Madrid, Spain), 2008; Utility of Species Distribution Models as Tools for Assessing Impacts of Global Change (Swiss Federal Research Institute & USGS/Utah State University, Riederalp; Switzerland), 2008; Current and Past Determinants of Western Palearctic Biodiversity (Imperial College, London, UK), 2008-.

Teaching: Biogeography & Macroecology (10 ECTS, Dept. Biosci., Aarhus University, w/ F. Borchsenius, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). Geospatial Ecology & Environmental Geography (5 ECTS, Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research, SDC, Beijing, w/ A.-X. Zhu et al., 2013, 2014, 2015); Journal Club in Ecoinformatics (5 ECTS PhD course, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015); Biologiens forskning – teori og praksis (5 ECTS, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University, w/ all dept. teachers, 2011, 2012 ×2). Biologisk Projektarbejde: 2008, 3×2012, 5×2013-. NordForsk Nordic Network on Species Range Dynamics (NORA) PhD Summerschool Species Distribution Modelling (6 ECTS, Sandbjerg Estate, 2010). Introductory Course to MSc students at Systematic Botany (5 ECTS, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University, w/ the other thesis supervisors in the Systematic Botany group, 2006). Plant Biogeography & Macroecology (15 ECTS, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University, w/ F. Borchsenius, 2003, 2004, 2005). Naturen om 100 år (1-day course, High School Practice Day, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University, w/ S. Normand, 2005). Introduction to JMP (1-hr course, Dept. Biol. Sci., Aarhus University, 2005). Teaching assistant, Aarhus University, 1996-1999.

Postdocs (†JCS: main supervisor. *External collaborator): 1:Julissa Roncal Modelling Neotropical palm distributions, 2007-2009 (w/ H. Balslev). 2: Jonathan Lenoir Plant species diversity in a changing world, 2008-2011. 3: W. Daniel Kissling What determines the global patterns of palm species diversity?, 2010-2011. 4: Lars Bach Understanding the distribution of species in time and space -linking macroecology to local evolutionary mechanisms, 2010-2011. 5: Toke Høye Agriculture, climate, and biodiversity in a dynamic landscape, 2011. *6: Roy H.J. Erkens The origin of tropical rainforest diversity: testing hypotheses on tree speciation, 2009-2012 (Utrecht University); *7: Bo Dalsgaard Species richness in the Caribbean¸ 2010-2011 (Cambridge University); 8: Brody Sandel Topographic modelling, Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Informatics Research, 2010-2011 (w/ L. Arge). 9: Signe Normand Past climate change impacts + Palm functional trait biogeography, 2010 (w/ H. Balslev). 10: Pedro Abellán Pleistocene refugia in Western Mediterranean: combined palaeodistribution modelling and comparative phylogeography of saline water beetles, 2010-2012. 11: Chris Sandom Rewilding with large herbivores, 2011-2012 (w/ R. Ejrnæs, F. Borchsenius) 12: Cicimol Alexander Remote-sensing-based modelling, Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Informatics Research, 2011-2013 (w/ L. Arge). 13: Mirkka Jones, Projecting trends in plant community composition and regional biodiversity under climate change, 2011-2013. 14: L. Sandin, Freshwater biodiversity and community composition in a changing climate, 2011-2013 (w/ E. Jeppesen). 15: Diego Nieto Lugilde, Plant biodiversity in a changing world – assessment of causes and prediction of responses using ecoinformatics tools, 2011-2013. 16: Søren Faurby, A process-oriented analysis of phylogenetic asymmetry, 2012-2015, Paleoclimatic stability effects on evolutionary dynamics of forest tree lineages, 2014-2015. 17: Helen Wheeler, Ecological complexity in Arctic population and ecosystem dynamics, 2012-2014 (w/ M.C. Forchhammer, E. Jeppesen, J.M. Olesen). 18: Jean-Yves Barnagaud, Ecological complexity in bird communities across continents, 2012-2013 (w/ J.M. Olesen, M.C. Forchhammer, E. Jeppesen). 19: Tom Davidson, Ecological complexity in lakes, 2012-2015 (w/ E. Jeppesen, J.M. Olesen, M.C. Forchhammer). *20: Loïc Pellesier, 2013. 21: Alejandro Ordonez, Long-term historical constraints on global and regional patterns in functional diversity of vascular plants, 2013-2015. 22: Wolf L. Eiserhardt, Paleoclimatic stability effects on evolutionary dynamics of forest tree lineages, 2013-2014. 22: Sandra Brucet, Climate and nutrient impacts on lake biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, 2013-2015 (w/ E. Jeppesen). †23: Marco Giradello, Macroecology of mammal functional diversity, 2014-2016. 24: Blas Manuel Benito, Geographic ecology of neanderthals, 2014-2016. 25: Meredith Root-Bernstein, The potential for rewilding in a human-dominated world, 2014-2016. 26: Vincent Pellissier, Impact of Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production on biodiversity, 2014-2016. 27: Jian Zhang, Macroecology of ecosystem functioning and its link to diversity, 2015-2017. 28: Rob Lewis, Integrating predictive modeling of ecosystems with biogeography, 2015-2017. 29: Manuel Steinbauer, New approaches for macroecology under disturbance and disequilibrium, 2015-2017. 30: Isabelle Boulangeat, Integrating predictive modeling of ecosystems with biogeography, 2015-2017. 31: Gary Watmough, Understanding Social-Ecological Systems, 2015-2017. 32: Timo Conradi, Eco-evolutionary assembly of forest biota, 2015-2016.

Thesis students (*ongoing, †JCS: main supervisor):

— PhD, Aarhus University: 1: Stine W. Bjorholm 2008 GIS based studies of Neotropical palm biogeography, w/ H. Balslev & F. Skov (National Environmental Research Institute, NERI-AU). †2: Signe Normand 2010 The importance of climate and landscape for the diversity and distribution of the European flora – now and in the future, w/ Finn Borchsenius & F. Skov (NERI-AU). Received the Ministry of Science’s EliteForsk travel stipend for PhD students in 2007. 3: Thea Kristiansen 2010 A macroecological study of palm distribution, diversity, and conservation in the Amazon, w/ H. Balslev. †4: Anne Overgaard 2012 A macroecological study of African palms, w/ H. Balslev & J. Dransfield (Roy Bot Gardens, Kew). †5: Jesper M. Eshøj 2012 Fine-resolution geospatial modelling of Denmarks current and future plant diversity, w/ L. Arge (MADALGO, Dept. Comp. Sci.), Peder K. Bøcher & T. Dalgaard (Agroecology-AU). †6. Camilla Fløjgård 2011 A macroecological study of the importance of climate for species distributions and diversity patterns in the European mammal fauna, w/ F. Skov. †7. Michelle Greve 2012 Climate change impacts on African vegetation and plant diversity, w. A.M. Lykke. 8. Wolf Eiserhardt 2011 Integrating phylogenetics and ecoinformatics to understand the role of speciation in structuring Western Amazonian palm communities, w. H. Balslev. †9. Naia M. Holme 2014 Consequences of climate and land use change for biodiversity and ecosystem services in tropical America, w. H. Balslev & R. Condit (STRI). Received the Ministry of Science’s EliteForsk travel stipend for PhD students in 2011. †10. Ane Kirstine Brunbjerg 2013 Mechanisms determining plant community composition in Danish dunes, w/ R. Ejrnæs. 11. Mette Vestergaard Odgaard Dynamics in patterns of biodiversity at the interface between agriculture and nature in Denmark, w/ Peder K. Bøcher &. T. Dalgaard (Agroecology-AU). 12: Tovaranonte Jantrararuk 2012 Conservation of palms in Thailand, w/ A. Barfod. 13: Marija Mayer 2013 Ecology and evolution of social spiders: a macroecological approach, w/ T. Bilde; 14: Lars Dalby 2013 Effects of climate change on the distribution and abundance of wintering duck populations in Denmark and Northwest Europe, w. A.D. Fox (NERI-AU). 15: Korhan Øzkan 2013 Spatial modelling of species diversity across taxonomic and trophic groups, w. E. Jeppesen. 16: Rosemberg Menezes 2012 Community assembly and dynamics of plant and fish communities in freshwater lakes, w/ F. Borchsenius and E. Jeppesen. †17: Allan Timmermann Contemporary vegetation changes in Europe – causes and ecosystem effects, w. M. Strandberg (NERI-AU). 18: Viola Pavlova Modelling effects of chemicals on polar bear population dynamics, w/ J. Nabe-Nielsen. 19: Kornkanok Tangjitman Modeling responses of medicinal plants used by Karen people in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand to future climatic change, w/ C. Wongsawad (Chiang Mai Univ.), C. Trisonthi (Chiang Mai Univ.) & H. Balslev. *20: Kent Olsen Rising temperatures, altered life cycles and their consequences for dragonflies in Europe, w/ Henrik Balslev. 21: Andrea O. Christensen Effects of extreme precipitation events and the capacity to retain and delay water in natural ecosystems, w/ C. Damgaard & L. Arge (MADALGO, Dept. Comp. Sci.). 22: Anders Juel Monitoring of succession processes in Danish coastal nature types, using image analysis, w/ R. Ejrnæs, G. Groom & P.K. Bøcher. *†23: Kristine Engemann Jensen A macroscale analysis of the effect of climate on the assembly and function of plant communities, w. B. Sandel and B. Enquist (Univ. Arizona). †*24: Jonas Nüchel Geospatial studies of global-change impacts on ecosystems and biodiversity in China, w. A.-X. Zhu (CAS & Univ. Wisconsin). 25: Katrine Turner Agricultural biomass production for a sustainable bio-based economy and natural resource utilization, w. T. Dalgaard (Agroecology-AU) & P.K. Bøcher. *†26: Pil B.M. Pedersen Ecological possibilities and consequences of a new approach to nature management based on re-establishment of a diverse wild megafauna (rewilding), w. B. Sandel. Received the Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s EliteForsk travel stipend for PhD students in 2014. †27: Feng Gang, Global patterns in forest tree community structure, w/ X. Mi (Institute of Botany, CAS). *28: Lærke Stewart, Modelling changes in Arctic plant assemblages: past present and future, w/ N.M. Schmidt & L. Pellissier. *29: Bastian Göldel, Ecological studies of long-term historical constraints on functional diversity of palms across different geographical scales. *†30: Ziyu Ma, Paleoclimate effects on temperate forests tree community structure, w. B. Sandel. *31: Colin Hoag, Inundation Nation: range degradation, soil erosion, and human-environment relationships under Lesotho’s water export economy, w/ Anna L. Tsing (Department of Culture & Society, AU). *32: Katy Overstreet, Technologies of Care: Bio-industrialization and emerging notions of welfare in America’s Dairyland, w/ Anna L. Tsing, Nils Bubandt et al. (Department of Culture & Society, AU). *33: Rasmus Ø. Pedersen, Macroecology of mammal-plant interactions. *34: Shuqing Teng, Macroecology of mammal trophic diversity. *†34: Ditte Arp Jensen: Ecology of Chinese gymnosperms, w/ prof. Keping Ma (Institute of Botany, CAS, Beijing).

— Cand.scient. (=MSc), Aarhus University: 1: Birgitte S. Windeballe 2003 The impact of environment and history on the distribution patterns of understory plants in a near natural, mixed deciduous forest, Borgø, Denmark, w/ H. Balslev. 2: Karen R. Hansen 2004 Distribution patterns of understorey plants in a temperate deciduous forest, Denmark, w/ H. Balslev. 3: Rikke P. Thomsen 2004 Overstorey control of understorey species composition in a near-natural temperate broadleaved forest in Denmark, w/ H. Balslev & J. Emborg (The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University). 4: S.S. Bak 2005 Frøspredning og recruitment af træer i Bolderslev Skov, Sønderjylland, w/ F. Borchsenius). 5: Adriana Sanjines A. 2005 Community ecology of palms in the Bolivian Amazon, w/ H. Balslev. 6: Narel Paniagua Z. 2005 Ethnoecology of Bolivian palms, w/ H. Balslev. 7: Tina Juul 2006 Spirerekruttering hos træer i Lillering Skov, w/ F. Borchsenius. 8: Mette Nielsen 2006 Influence of forest age, isolation and environmental conditions on herb species composition in secondary temperate forests, Denmark, w/ F. Borchsenius. 9: Anne Sandal 2006 Diversitets- og udbredelsesmønster hos halvgræsser i Danmark, w/ H. Balslev & F. Skov (NERI-AU). 10: Jens Clausen 2006 GIS-based investigation of spatial patterns of angiosperm diversity in Ecuador, w/ H. Balslev. 11: Marianne Sørensen 2006 Exogenous and endogenous controls of short-term field layer dynamics in a managed temperate forest, Denmark, w/ H. Balslev & F. Skov (NERI-AU). 12: Rikke Rørby Graversen 2006 Undersøgelse af skovbundsarters respons til abiotiske faktorer, bevoksningstype og geografi i Kaløskovene, w/ H. Balslev & F. Skov (NERI-AU). †13: Helle Ullmann Hansen 2008 GIS-baseret modellering af linds udbredelse i Europa under sidste istid. †14: Hélène Hansen 2008 A study of the population structure and the distribution of the forest herb, Lamiastrum galeobdolon, at its northern range limit in Denmark. 15: Sandie L. Hansen 2009 Local knowledge of palms of the Amazon, w/ H. Balslev. 16: Helle Buur Pedersen 2009 En analyse af den invasive Stillehavsøsters effekter på biota g fremtidige distributionsmuligheder i de danske farvande, w/ K. Thomas Jensen. †17: Tinne Gaardmand 2009 Role of climate as a range determinant for aquatic plants (Lobelia, Littorella, Isoetes). †18: Tommy Thorsteinsson 2010 Determinants of mammal invasions across the world. †19: Katrine Turner 2011 Ecosystem service bundles in Denmark. †20: Jannie K. Svendsen 2012 Optimal natur i Nationalpark Mols Bjerges kulturlandskab – rødrygget tornskade (Lanius collurio) som kræsen modelorganisme mht. naturkvalitet, fødegrundlag og menneskelige forstyrrelser, w/ H. Sell (NHM-Aarhus). †21: Trine Jensen 2013 Interactions between red deer, roe deer and wild boar in Lille Vildmosen. †22: Sandra R. Holm A habitat-ecological analysis of the prehistoric avifauna of Northern and Central Europe. 23: Christoffer Plum The imprint of extinction on phylogenetic community structure, w. Finn Borchsenius. †24: Pernille J. Naundrup. Modelling possible areas for rewilding of the horse (Equus caballus) in Europe, using data on feral horses worldwide. †25: Joanna B. Olsen: Diet choice in 11 semi-domesticated European bison, Bison bonasus. 26: Jakob Humaidan Long-term vs. short-term determinants of collared lemming (Dicrostonyx groenlandicus) habitat choice in high arctic Greenland, w. N.M. Schmidt. †27: Sigrid Ilsøe: Global diversity patterns in woodpeckers (Picidae), w. W.D. Kissling. †28: Maria Dahm Habitat selection in red deer (Cervus elaphus) in an abandoned brown-coal mining area. †29: Rehne B. Vokstrup Quaternary megafauna studies. *†30: Jeppe Pilgaard: Climatic and anthropogenic induced vegetation changes on an East African savannah from 1972 to 2015, w/ P.K. Bøcher. *†31: Maria Henriksen: Vegetation dynamics in the abandoned brown-coal mining area at Søby, Herning. *32: Marie-Louise Grønne Nielsen: Mice and LiDAR in Mols Bjerge. *33: Sanne Thøgersen: Potential distribution nof beaver in Denmark. *34: Anne Cathrine Dalgaard: Rewilding with elephants. *35: Emil Thøgersen, w/ P. Sunde (Bioscience, Kalø): Hunting and size changes in red deer in Denmark. *36: Michael Munk: Habitat suitability mapping for elepehants in the Maasai Mara. *37: Emma F. Vestergaard, TBD.

— Cand.scient. (=MSc), external supervisor: 1:Irina Levinsky 2006 The distribution of mammals in Europe and the potential impact of climate change, University of Copenhagen, w/ C. Rahbek & F. Skov (NERI-AU). *2: Simon Schowanek, What shapes global herbivore diversity?, Wageningen University, Netherlands, w/ Henk Siepel.

Invited lectures (coauthored not shown):

Invited lectures at international science meetings: On the role of history and disequilibrium dynamics in shaping tropical forest community assembly across scales (J.-C. Svenning, 13th Congress, European Ecological Foundation, Rome, 2015); Dark horses and black panthers - ecological and conservation perspectives on dark megafaunal diversity (J.-C. Svenning, 13th Congress, European Ecological Foundation, Rome, 2015); Biodiversity in a World of Human Dominance and Rapid Change – Anthropocene Challenges and Opportunities (J.-C. Svenning, 2nd Conference of the Norwegian Ecological Society, Bergen, 2015); Biodiversity in a World of Human Dominance and Rapid Change – Anthropocene Challenges and Opportunities (J.-C. Svenning, Cambridge Conservation Seminars, Cambridge, 2015); Disequilibrium dynamics in vegetation under future climate change -patterns, causes and consequences (J.-C. Svenning, Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfÖ), 44th Annual Conference “Integrating ecological knowledge into nature conservation and ecosystem management”, Hildesheim, 2014); A Big Data perspective on global change impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems (J.-C. Svenning, ESOF2014, 2014); Future megafaunas – a historical perspective on the scope for a wilder Anthropocene (J.-C. Svenning, Anthropocene: Arts of Living on a Damaged Plant, Santa Cruz, 2014); Rewilding in a long-term ecological and evolutionary context (J.-C. Svenning, WILD10, Salamanca, 2013); “Born to be wild -– bison, aurochs and wild horse” - a historical-biogeographic perspective on the resurrection of three European ‘rewilding’ icons (J.-C. Svenning, WILD10, Salamanca, 2013); Paleohistory interacts with modern environment to shape contemporary ecological patterns (J.-C. Svenning, 7th Annual Meeting of the Specialist Group on Macroecology of the Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Göttingen, 2013); Persistent paleoclimatic effects on contemporary ecological patterns (J.-C. Svenning, International Symposium “Patterns and drivers of biodiversity at macro spatial scales: historical and contemporary effects”, Tokyo, 2013); Paleoclimatic impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems – insights from ecoinformatics (J.-C. Svenning, evening meeting of the Linnean Society of London, London, 2012); Imprints of postglacial migrational lags on current diversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, A European perspective on the future of biodiversity and ecosystems, Final Conference of the ECOCHANGE FP6 Project, Zürich, 2012); On climate and Earth’s biodiversity – insights from ecoinformatics studies (J.-C. Svenning,18th meeting of the GBIF Governing Board, GB18, Buenos Aires, 2011); Strong paleoclimatic imprints on ecological patterns and function across scales (J.-C. Svenning et al., 12th EEF Congress, Ávila, 2011); Global plant diversity: Current research and challenges of data discovery and integration (J.-C. Svenning, iPlant 2010 Conference, Las Vegas, 2010); Geographical ecology of the palms (Arecaceae) – from biogeography to local community assembly (J.-C. Svenning et al., “PALMS 2010: Biology of the palm family” international symposium, Montpellier, 2010); Historical biogeography: implications of long-term macro-scale biodiversity dynamics for conservation (J.-C. Svenning, UNESCO IYB Biodiversity Science Policy Conference, UNESCO, Paris, 2010); Plio-Pleistocene climate change and its impacts on species distributions and diversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfÖ), 39th Annual Conference “Dimensions of Ecology: from Global Change to Molecular Ecology”, University of Bayreuth, 2009); Plio-Pleistocene climatic change and its persistent biogeographic and ecological legacies in Europe – insights from ecoinformatics (J.-C. Svenning, NEPAL workshop “Biotic responses to past climatic and environmental changes”, Bergen, 2009); Plio-Pleistocene climate change legacies on current plant diversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, Plants and Climate Change symposium, Institute of Environmental Biology, Utrecht University, 2008); Imprints of past climate change on the European tree flora (J.-C. Svenning, National Museum of Natural Sciences, CSIC, Spain, 2008); Historical controls of plant diversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, 3rd biennial conference of the International Biogeographic Society, Tenerife, 2007).

 

Other lectures: Klima, biodiversitet og Økoinformatik (J.-C. Svenning, Studiepraktik, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, 2014); Ideen bag rewilding (J.-C. Svenning, WWF Danmark’s Scientific Committee, Copenhagen, 2015); Towards preserving the Maasai Mara ecosystem in the Anthropocene – a research perspective (J.-C. Svenning, guest lecture, Tropical Ecosystem Management and Human Security, Aarhus University, 2015); Interdisciplinary Anthropocene conversation with prof. Anna Tsing (J.-C. Svenning, DUMP! Exhibition, Kunsthal Aarhus, 2015); Hvad er dansk natur? Status, behov, baggrund og muligheder (J.-C. Svenning, Den Danske Naturfond, Lille Vildmose 2015); Interdisciplinary Anthropocene conversation with Elaine Gan (J.-C. Svenning, Secret Hotel’s Landscape Dialogues Summer Lab, Bogens, 2015); Re-thinking ecology for the Anthropocene(J.-C. Svenning, EU Macro 2015, Copenhagen, 2015); Applying botanical ‘Big Data’ to the study of plant diversity in the Anthropocene (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 2015);Key-note: Applying botanical Big Data to the study of plant diversity in the Anthropocene (J.-C. Svenning, Tropical Plant Collections: Legacies from the past? Essential tools for the future? Symposium, Danish Royal Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, 2015);Late Cenozoic climate change and the phylogenetic structure of conifer assemblages worldwide (J.-C. Svenning & W.L. Eiserhardt, Danish OIKOS annual meeting, Aarhus, 2015); Økologi i Antropocæn (Teatermiddag "Mennesket med, mod og på kloden"  Borgerscenen, Aarhus Teater, 2015); Hvordan får vi en rigere natur i Danmark? (J.-C. Svenning, Biodiversitetssymposiet 2015, Aarhus, 2015); Late Cenozoic climate change and the phylogenetic structure of conifer assemblages worldwide (J.-C. Svenning & W.L. Eiserhardt, 7th biennial conference of the International Biogeographic Society, Bayreuth, 2015); Klima, biodiversitet og Økoinformatik (J.-C. Svenning, Studiepraktik, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, 2014); Elefanter i Jylland og blåfugle i haven (J.-C. Svenning, Folkeuniversitetet, Herning, 2014); Historical constraints on distribution and diversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, 5th International Course “Ecological consequences of climate changes”, Doñana Biological Reserve, 2014); Plant species range dynamics under climate change (J.-C. Svenning, RAINBIO-CESAB, Marseille, 2014); Pre-extinction interglacial ecosystem structure – the European case and global perspectives (J.-C. Svenning, Conference “Megafauna and Ecosystem Function: from the Pleistocene to the Anthropocene”, University of Oxford, 2014); Nye arter i Danmarks flora (J.-C. Svenning, Folkeuniversitet, Århus, 2014); Elefanter i Jylland og blåfugle i haven (J.-C. Svenning, Offentlige Foredrag i Naturvidenskab, Aarhus University, 2014); Fortidens klimaændringer former nutidens flora og fauna (J.-C. Svenning, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, 2014); Long-term historical climate legacies in contemporary ecological patterns and function (J.-C. Svenning, University of Tartu, 2014), Long-term paleoclimatic legacies in current biodiversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, iDIV, Leipzig, 2013); Ideen bag rewilding (J.-C. Svenning, Wilhjem+12, Danmarks Naturfredningsforening, Copenhagen, 2013); Biodiversity in a world of human dominance and rapid change – Anthropocene challenges and opportunities (J.-C. Svenning, AURA inauguration, Aarhus University, Aarhus, 2013); Umulig økologi (J.-C. Svenning, “Umulig Videnskab”, Vin & Videnskab, Natural History Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, 2013); Persistent diversity-climate disequilibria due to Quaternary and pre-Quaternary climate change (J.-C. Svenning, Umeå University, Umeå, 2013); Vegetation responses to future climate change - pervasive disequilibrium dynamics? (J.-C. Svenning, Umeå University, Umeå, 2013); Climate change and biodiversity – impacts, risks, uncertainties, and policy advice (J.-C. Svenning, Science and Policy Advice ICSU symposium, Royal Danish Academy of Science and Letters, 2013); Vild natur med store vilde dyr i Danmark – hvorfor og hvordan? (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Magisterforening, Givskud Zoo, 2013); A richer wild megafauna in Denmark – why and how? (J.-C. Svenning, Det Miljøøkonomiske Råds Årlige Konference, Skodsborg, 2013); Long-term lags in biodiversity responses to climate change (J.-C. Svenning, INTECOL 2013, London, 2013); Persistent diversity-climate disequilibria due to Quaternary and pre-Quaternary climate change (J.-C. Svenning, Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Minneapolis, 2013); Paleoclimatic legacies in contemporary ecological patterns (J.-C. Svenning, Peking University; Beijing, 2013); Vegetation responses to future climate change – pervasive disequilibrium dynamics (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Beijing, 2013); Rewilding – ecological restoration in a long-term ecological and evolutionary context (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Flora & Vegetation, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, 2013); En vidensbaseret tilgang til nye arter i Danmark (J.-C. Svenning, Biodiversitetssymposium, Universiy of Copenhagen, 2013); En fremtid med vilde store dyr i den danske natur – hvorfor og hvordan? (J.-C. Svenning, Vin & Videnskab, Natural History Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen, 2013); Pervasive disequilibrium dynamics in vegetation under near-future climate change (J.-C. Svenning & B. Sandel, IEE Mini-Symposium, Aarhus, 2013); Vegetation responses to future climate change – pervasive disequilibrium dynamics? (J.-C. Svenning & B. Sandel, 6th biennial conference of the International Biogeographic Society, Miami, 2013); Er den danske natur plejekrævende? – Vild natur som forvaltningsmål (J.-C. Svenning, Temadag om Evidensbaseret naturforvaltning, Aarhus University, 2012); Slip elefanterne løs (J.-C. Svenning, Folkeuniversitetet-Vejle, 2012); Rewilding – ecological restoration in a long-term biogeographic context (J.-C. Svenning, Macroecology & Community Ecology, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2012); Grønlands biodiversitet – klimaets betydning i fortid, nutid og fremtid (J.-C. Svenning, Greenland symposium, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, 2012); Long-term legacies of past climate change – a macroecological perspective (J.-C. Svenning, NordForsk Summer School in Climate-Change Effects on Terrestrial Ecosystems, Finse, 2012); Dispersal constraints on species distributions (J.-C. Svenning, Riederalp workshop on range dynamics, Riederalp, 2012); Paleoclimatic imprints on current large-scale diversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, 2012); Megafaunal impacts on forest ecosystems – a Pleistocene perspective (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, 2012); Long-term historical regional effects on local biotic communities (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, 2012); Paleoclimatic imprints on current large-scale diversity patterns (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, 2012); Ecoinformatics and the ecology of global change (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, 2012); Ecoinformatics and the ecology of global change (J.-C. Svenning, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Science - GUCAS, Beijing, 2012); Ecoinformatics and the ecology of global change (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research - IGSNRR, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, 2012); Rewilding – ecological restoration in a long-term ecological and evolutionary context (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Flora & Vegetation, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, 2012); Will biotic interactions ever be predictable? (V. Bahn et al., US-IALE Annual Symposium, Newport, 2012); Rewilding in a long-term ecological and evolutionary context (J.-C. Svenning, “Rewilding as tool and target in the management of biodiversity” symposium, Aarhus, 2012); Istiderne former nutidens biologiske mangfoldighed (J.-C. Svenning, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, 2012); Species distributions (J.-C. Svenning, Macroecology & Community Ecology, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2011); Ecoinformatics and the ecology of global change (J.-C. Svenning, Biodiversity in the Silicon Age, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2011); Naturlig vegetationsstruktur i Nordvesteuropa – de tidligere mellemistider som base-line (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Flora & Vegetation, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2011); Naturlig vegetationsstruktur i Nordvesteuropa – de tidligere mellemistider som base-line (J.-C. Svenning, Naturstyrelsen Odense, 2011); History in macroecology (J.-C. Svenning, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2011); Naturlig vegetationsstruktur i Nordvesteuropa – de tidligere mellemistider som base-line (J.-C. Svenning, Biodiversitetssymposiet 2011, Aarhus University, 2011); Plante-invasioner i lysåbne natyrtyper (A. Timmermann et al. & J.-C. Svenning, Biodiversitetssymposiet 2011, Aarhus University, 2011); Klima, biodiversitet og Økoinformatik (J.-C. Svenning, Studiepraktik, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2010); Ecoinformatics – the computing approach to ecology (J.-C. Svenning, 3×: MADALGO, AU IT Day, BiRC, Aarhus University, 2010); Determinants of the geographic ranges of African palm species (A. Blach-Overgaard, J.-C. Svenning et al., “PALMS 2010: Biology of the palm family” international symposium, Montpellier); Naturen i bevægelse – klimaets betydning for den biologiske mangfoldighed (J.-C. Svenning, Public Lectures in Natural Science, Aarhus University, 2 days and a total audience of 1700, 2009); Klima, løver og formidling af forskning i medierne (J.-C. Svenning, PhD course in Research Communication, Aarhus University, 2009); What constitute base-line natural conditions in Denmark? (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Flora & Vegetation, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2009); Den globale opvarmning og den biologiske mangfoldighed (J.-C. Svenning, DGH - Danske Godser og Herregårde og Nykredit, DGH Ungdomsseminar 2009, Copenhagen, 2009); Klimaændringernes betydning for økosystemer og biodiversitet (J.-C. Svenning, Annual meeting of the Danish Association of Zoos and Aquaria, Knebel, 2009); Plant migrations under climate change – implications for conservation planning (J.-C. Svenning, the “Beyond Kyoto: addressing the challenges of climate change” conference, Aarhus, 2009); Den globale opvarmning og den biologiske mangfoldighed (J.-C. Svenning, Nykredit, 8 meetings, 2008); Klima, løver og formidling af forskning i medierne (J.-C. Svenning, PhD course in Research Communication, Aarhus University, 2008); An evolutionary perspective on the New World palm (Arecaceae) geographic diversity pattern (j.-c. svenning, S. Bjorholm & H. Balslev, 12th Nordic Meeting on Neotropical Botany, University of Turku, 2008); Large-scale biogeographic influences on plant species composition, diversity and dynamics in forest ecosystems (j.-c. svenning, NordForsk PhD summer school Understanding species composition, diversity and dynamics in forest ecosystems, Lammi, Finland, 2008); Et visionært bud på den danske natur – og græsnings rolle heri / Hvor stort er behovet for græsning og anden pleje? (j.-c. svenning, Græsningsseminar, Skov- & Naturstyrelsen & Aage V. Jensens Fonde, Naturcenter Herstedhøje, 2008); Palm diversity patterns in the New World – assessing the roles of climate, ecology, and evolution using ecoinformatics (J.-C. Svenning, S. Bjorholm & H. Balslev, VIII EUNOPS Meeting, Meran, Italy, 2008); ‘History’ in macroecology (J.-C. Svenning, Macroecology, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2008);  Hvordan vil Danmarks natur se ud om 100 år? (J.-C. Svenning, Forskningens Døgn, Aarhus University, 2008); Under completely natural conditions, what kind of vegetation would there be in Denmark? (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Flora & Vegetation, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2008); Ice age legacies in the European flora (J.-C. Svenning, S. Normand & F. Skov, DanBIF International Conference on Biodiversity Informatics and Climate Change Impacts on Life, Aarhus University, 2008); Current plant diversity patterns in Europe - the role of ice age refuge locations and postglacial migrational lags (J.-C. Svenning, NERC Centre for Population Biology, Imperial College, London, 2008); Using Redundancy Analysis to investigate the controls of species composition (J.-C. Svenning, Biologisk Dataanalyse: Multivariat Analyse, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2008); Potentielle konsekvenser af den globale opvarmning for den danske flora og vegetation (J.-C. Svenning, S. Normand & F. Skov, Generalforsamling i Dansk Botanisk Forening - Jyllandskredsen, Aarhus, 2008); Potentielle konsekvenser af den globale opvarmning for den danske flora og vegetation (J.-C. Svenning, S. Normand & F. Skov, Klimaændringer og den danske natur, National Conference on the Museum of Natural History, Aarhus, 2007); ‘History’ in macroecology (J.-C. Svenning, Macroecology, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2007); Under completely natural conditions, what kind of vegetation would there be in Denmark? (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Flora & Vegetation, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2007); Evolution of the latitudinal palm diversity gradient (J.-C. Svenning, Annual Meeting of the Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2007); Using Redundancy Analysis to investigate the controls of species composition (J.-C. Svenning, Biologisk Dataanalyse: Multivariat Analyse, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2007); Arter og klima – nu og i fremtiden (J.-C. Svenning, Folkeskolelærerdag – biologi og geologi, Aarhus University, 2006); Modeling distributions and richness with species occurrence data (J.-C. Svenning, ISOBIS/GBIF/NordForsk PhD Summer School in Biodiversity Informatics, Sandbjerg, 2006); Geographic community similarity patterns in the New World palm flora (J.-C. Svenning, S. Bjorholm & H. Balslev, 11th Nordic Meeting on Neotropical Botany, Aarhus University, 2006); ‘History’ in macroecology (J.-C. Svenning, Macroecology, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2006); Using Redundancy Analysis to investigate the controls of species composition (J.-C. Svenning, Biologisk Dataanalyse: Multivariat Analyse, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2006); Global opvarmning (J.-C. Svenning, Rotary meeting, Varna, Aarhus, 2005); The role of dispersal limitation in community assembly (J.-C. Svenning, ISOBIS III Annual Meeting, Aarhus, 2005); Potential and actual ranges of plant species in response to climate change - implications for the impact of 21st century global warming on biodiversity (J.-C. Svenning, Meeting on biodiversity and climate change, Environmental Assessment Institute, 2004); Diversitet i Drivhuset? (J.-C. Svenning, 50 Years Anniversary of the Faculty of Science, Aarhus University, 2004); Den globale klimaudviklings betydning for biodiversiten – med den europæiske skovflora som eksempel (J.-C. Svenning, High School Teacher’s Day, Aarhus University, 2004); Mennesket og megafaunaen + Den globale klimaudviklings betydning for biodiversiteten – med den europæiske skovflora som eksempel (J.-C. Svenning, Seminar on Bioethics for Danish Nature Conservation, Hjortshøj, 2004); Harvesting of Geonoma leaves for thatch: exploring sustainability(J.-C. Svenning, Biodiversity and Ethnoecology Thematic Day, Aarhus University, 2004); Plant community ecology in tropical moist forests (J.-C. Svenning, Tropical rainforest ecology course, Aarhus University, 2004); Den europæiske skovflora i fortid, nutid og fremtid: diversitet og udbredelse (J.-C. Svenning, Department Meeting, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2004); Nogle grundforskningsmæssige indspark til den danske naturdebat (J.-C. Svenning, Østjysk Biologisk Forening, Århus, 2004), Plant community ecology in tropical moist forests (J.-C. Svenning, Tropical rainforest ecology course, Aarhus University, 2003); Vegetationens beskaffenhed i Danmark under naturlige forhold (J.-C. Svenning, Botany Discussion Group, Aarhus University, 2002); What is the natural baseline for evaluation of condition and trends? - With special emphasis on the natural vegetation of North-western Europe (J.-C. Svenning, Nordic Mapping & Monitoring Workshop, DMU-NERI, Fuglsøcenteret, 2002); Vegetationens beskaffenhed i Danmark under naturlige forhold (J.-C. Svenning, Dansk Botanisk Forening, Århus, 2002); Regnskovens gådefulde plantediversitet – Resultater fra Ecuador og Panama (J.-C. Svenning, Ecuador-Galapagos prep course; Aarhus University, 2002); Plant community ecology on BCI, Panama (J.-C. Svenning, Tropical rainforest ecology course, Aarhus University, 2002); Plant community ecology on BCI (J.-C. Svenning, STRI, 2001). Tropical tree diversity (Panel discussion w/ S. P. Hubbell, S. J. Wright, R. Condit, E. Leigh, and G. Orians, STRI, 2001). Plant distributions in a complex tropical forest landscape (BCI) (J.-C. Svenning & R. Stallard: STRI, 2001); The importance of microhabitat variation for the population and community ecology of rain forest palms (J.-C. Svenning, STRI, 2000); Palme-mikrohabitater i Amazonas (J.-C. Svenning, Aarhus University, 1999); The importance of microsite variation for palms (J.-C. Svenning, STRI, 1999); Quantitative structural data (J.-C. Svenning & H. Balslev, ESF workshop, Aarhus University, 1998); Palm-microhabitat relationships (J.-C. Svenning, 7th Meeting on Nordic Botanical Research in the Neotropics, Aarhus University, 1997); En rigtig urskov (E. Magård, & J.-C. Svenning: Nepenthes Café-aften, Århus, 1996); Demografía de palmeras (Arecaceae) en la Amazonía ecuatoriana (J.-C. Svenning, II Congreso Ecuatoriano de Botánica, Quito, 1995).

Posters: Author and co-author of a large number of posters.

Book interviews: M. Rothenborg. 2009. Tordenregn – Danmark’s fremtid i en varmere verden. Lindhardt og Ringhof.

Press: Infomedia (database for Danish mass media): 651 entries (27/9 2015).Many more in 2015 (x); Vilde heste kan være på vej til Danmark, Videnskab.dk, 6.8, 2015; (x) DR Viden: Slip hestene fri – og genopret naturen, DR.dk, 1.8.2015; (x) BBC earth: The lost beasts that roamed Britain during the ice age, BBC.com, 22.7.2015; (x) P1 Eftermiddag: Rewilding, DR P1, 04.02.2015; (x) Mennesket udryddede alle de store dyr på Jorden, Videnskab.dk., 13.12.2014,……..(x) Vores træer er mere forskelligartede end tropernes, DR.dk, 16.9.2014; (x) Den sjette masseuddøen: Jordens liv forsvinder lidt efter lidt, Videnskab.dk, 14.9.2014;  (x) Økonomisk vækst slår sprog ihjel, Politiken, 2.9.2014;(x) Kritik: Ufokuseret indsats mod invasive arter, DR1 TV-Avisen, 17.8.2014; (x) Millioner spildes på fremmede arter, Politiken, 17.8.2014; (x) Stillehavsøsters: De skader fuglene, men gavner turismen, Politiken, 17.8.2014; Many more in 2014;(487) Videnskabens Verden: Skal vi genoplive de uddøde dyr? DR P1, 11.2.2014;(486) Global opvarmning får nye skove til at vokse frem, Ingeniøren, 6.1.2014; (485) Global opvarmning gør kloden mere og mere grøn, Morgenavisen Jyllandposten, 5.1.2014; (484) Dansk forsker viser, hvor ny skov gavner klimaet mest, Ulandsnyt.dk, 1.1.2014; (483) Forsker med våben mod klimaforandring, dr.dk, 23.12.2013; (482) Big data project reveals where carbon-stocking projects provide greatest benefits, ScienceDaily, 19.12.2013; (481) Fantastiske billeder: Her er den mest uerstattelige natur på kloden, Videnskab.dk, 27.11.2013; (480) Her er verdens mest uerstattelige naturområder, B.dk, 27.11.2013; (479) Ulven er kommet – flere eksotiske dyr er på vej, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, 17.11.2013; (478) DR2 Morgen, DR2, 15.11.2013; (477) Hører elefanten hjemme i Danmarks skove, dr.dk, 15.11.2013; (476) Botanists release more comprehensive data set of New World plants, Nature World News, 19.10.2013; (475) Danske forskere kortlægger Amerikas sjældne planter, Videnskab.dk, 18.10.2013; (474) Radioavisen: Vilde heste på vej til Bornholm, DR P1, 21.10.2013; (473) Lær at leve med din livsstil, Horsens Folkeblad, 19.10.2013; (472) Plant mapping project highlights where the rarest species thrive, Before It’s News, 17.10.2013; (467-471) World's first mapping of America's rare plants, ScienceDaily, Science Codex, Press-News.org, EarthSky.org, Phys.Org, 17.10.2013; (465-466) Safety in the slopes: High elevationmay be keeping some forests intact, Takepart.com, Yahoo! News, , 6.10.2013; (464) Forests increasingly limited to steeper slopes as humans clear lowland areas for agriculture and cities, Before It’s News, 2.10.2013; (463) World's forests show trend of growing on inclined land, Nature World News (on-line), 25.9.2013; (461-462) It’s an uphill battle for the World’s forests, RedOrbit, Before It’s News, 24.9.2013; (457-460) Uphill for the trees of the world, Press-News.org, ScienceDaily, Phys.Org, Science Codex, 24.9.2013; (457) Uphill for the trees of the world, Terra Daily (on-line), 27.9.2013; (454-456) Uphill for the trees of the world, Innovations Report [DE], Innovations Report [EN], Bloggero Science News, 25.9.2013; (453) Groenlanda devine mai verde. Nu e totul roz, insa, www.yoda.ro, 14.9.2013; (452) Groenlândia verde_ Aquecimento global mudará a cor dessa ilha gelada, Brasil 247, 24.9.2013; (451) Grønland er grønnere om 100 år, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, 8.9.2013; (450) Grønland er grønnere om 100 år, Søndagsavisen, 6/9 2013; (449) Il riscaldamento globale tingerà la Groenlandia di verde, Tiscali (on-line), 30.8.2013; (448) Riscaldamento globale, Groenlandia destinata al "verde" entro il 2100, Oggi Notizie (on-line), 30.8.2013; (447) Nel 2100 la Groenlandia potrebbe sciogliersi, Wise Society, 30.8.2013; (446) La Groenlandia 'cambierà' colore: da bianca a verde, Diregiovani.it, 30.8.2013; (445) Climate change will green Greenland, Smithsonian Magazine Blogs, 30.8.2013;  (444) Alarma Groenlandia reverdecerá a fines del siglo, Yucatanall (on-line), 30.8.2013; (443) Para finales del siglo XXI en Groenlandia podrían aparecer 44 especies de arboles, según científicos, Noticias24, 30.8.2013;  (442) El hielo pierde terreno: Groenlandia reverdecerá a finales de este siglo, El Eco de los Pasos (on-line), 30.8.2013; (441) Para finales del siglo XXI en Groenlandia podrían aparecer 44 especies de arboles, Elsiglo.com.ve, 30.8.2013; (439-440) Groenlandia, toda verde a finales de este siglo por el cambio climático, Diario Huarpe (on-line), Minutouno.com, 30.8.2013; (438) Kujataani orpiit naggorilluinnartut, Grønlandsposten, 4.9.2013;(437) Grønland er grønnere om 100 år, Videnskab.dk, 29.8.2013; (436) Greenland could become greener, The Times of Malta (on-line), 29.8.2013; (435) Por el calentamiento global, en Groenlandia crecerán árboles, Territorio Digital, 29.8.2013; (434) Groenlandia, col global warming sar, Notizie23e59.it, 29.8.2013; (433) Una extensión como Suecia será verde en Groenlandia en el año 2100, Crónica de Aragón (on-line), 29.8.2013; (432) Nel 2100 la Groenlandia sarà ricoperta di boschi, ANSA.it, 29.8.2013; (431) Una extensión como Suecia será verde en Groenlandia para 2100, Informazione.it, 29.8.2013; (430) Una extensión como Suecia será verde en Groenlandia para 2100, Euro Mundo Global (on-line), 29.8.2013; (429) Groenlandia ricoperta di foreste entro il 2100, Lettera 43, 29.8.2013; (428) Groenlandia ¿volverá a ser verde?, Dossier33, 29.8.2013; (427) Se acaba el hielo: Groenlandia reverdecerá a finales de este siglo, HoyBolivia.com, 29.8.2013; (426) Por el calentamiento, Groenlandia será verde y podrá tener arbustos, Diario Los Andes (on-line), 30.8.2013; (425) Groenland gaat zijn naam tegen het eind van deze eeuw eer aan..., Scientias.nl, 28.8.2013; (424) La Groenlandia sarà sempre più verde, Giornalettismo (on-line), 28.8.2013; (423) Schimbările climatice vor transforma Groenlanda într-un ţinut verde, Gândul (on-line), 28.8.2013; (422) Grónsko vidí svoji šanci ve změně klimatu, do roku 2100 bude…, IDNES.cz, 28.8.2013; (421) Biến đổi khí hậu sẽ thay đổi toàn bộ hệ thực vật ở đảo Greenland ..., Thể thao văn hóa (on-line), 29.8.2013; (420) Groenlàndia serà més verda el 2100 pel canvi climatic, El Periódico de Catalunya (on-line), 28.8.2013; (419) El recalentamiento de la Tierra teñirá de verde Groenlandia en el…, Cadena Ser (on-line), 28.8.2013; (418) Climate change may make Greenland greener by 2100, Economic Times (on-line), 28.8.2013; (417) Fears that climate change will turn Greenland green by end of century, Herald Scotland (on-line), 27.8.2013; (416) Climate change could see Greenland become greener, Belfast Telegraph (on-line), 27.8.2013;  (415) Climate change could make Greenland green by 2100, The Independent (on-line), 27.8.2013; (414) The transformation would alter Greenland's ecosystem, leading to the loss of.., Daily Mail (on-line), 28.8.2013;  (413) Climate change could turn Greenland green by 2100, The Guardian (on-line), 28.8.2013; (412) Greenland may become greener due to climate change, University Herald (on-line), 28.8.2013; (411) Climate change may make Greenland greener by 2100, Zee News (on-line), 28.8.2013; (410) Greenland to become greener with climate change, scientists say, CBC.ca, 28.8.2013;  (409) A green Greenland? Thanks, climate change, Greenfudge.org, 28.8.2013; (408) Researchers predict greener Greenland, Eureka! Science News, 28.8.2013; (407) Greenland may soon live up to its name, Mother Nature Network, 28.8.2013;  (406) Greenland may become greener, Express.co.uk, 28.8.2013; (405) How Greenland could become greener: Climate change could accelerate the spread of forests - and kill arctic animals, experts predict, Mail on Sunday (on-line), 28.8.2013; (404) Researchers predict greener Greenland by 2100, Phys.org, 28.8.2013; (403) Groenlandia podría tener más áreas verdes en 2100 debido al cambio climático, Antena3.com, 28.8.2013; (402) Groenlandia será más verde en el 2100 por el cambio climático, El Periódico.com, 28.8.2013; (401) Climatic alterations to increase the speed of Greenland and may kill aquatic animals, French Tribune (on-line), 28.8.2013; (400) Climate change will make Greenland go green, Gulf News (on-line), 28.8.2013; (398-399) Groenland tegen 2100 helemaal groen door klimaatverandering?, HLN.be, De Morgen.be, 28.8.2013; (397) Una extensión como Suecia será verde en Groenlandia para 2100, Eco Diario.es, 28.8.2013; (396) Groenlàndia serà més verda el 2100 pel canvi climatic, elPeriódico.cat, 28.8.2013; (392-395) Is Groenland tegen 2100 echt helemaal groen?, AD.nl, Trouw.nl, De Volkskrant & 1 more, 28.8.2013; (390-392) Una extensión como Suecia será verde en Groenlandia para 2100, Andalucía Noticias, Córdoba Digital, Granada Digital (on-line); (389) Groenlanda va inverzi complet pana in 2100 din cauza schimbarilor climatice,sustin cercetatorii, Stirile Pro TV (on-line), 28.8.2013; (386-388) Climate change could see Greenland become greener, Zimbabwe Star, Myanmar News.net, The Fiji News.net, 28.8.2013; (385) Climate change may ‘green’ Greenland by 2100, say scientists, Blue & Green Tomorrow, 28.8.2013; (384) Climate change may make Greenland greener by 2100, Business Standard (on-line), 28.8.2013; (384) Climate change may make Greenland greener by 2100, The Freepress Journal (on-line), 28.8.2013; (378-383) Greenland could become greener, Big Pond, Sky News Australia, The Fiji News.net & 3 others, 28.8.2013; (377) Groenlandia será más verde en 2100 por el cambio climático, ABC.es, 28.8.2013; (374-376) Con calentamiento global groenlandia sera verde y podran crecer arboles y arbustos, Yahoo! Noticias Perú, Yahoo! Noticias Chile, Yahoo! Noticias Venezuela; (373) 2100: Grönland als grüne Insel, Kurier, 28.8.2013; (372-375) Researchers predict greener Greenland, e! Science News, Bloggero Science News, Innovations Report & one more, 28.8.2013 (371) Groenlandia será mas verde en 2100 por el cambio climático, Taringa!, 28.8.2013; (362-370) Una extensión como Suecia será verde en Groenlandia para 2100, Tribuna de Salamanca, Nuena Tribuna, UniversoCanario & 6 others (on-line); (361) Greenland to become greener with climate change, scientists say, Yahoo! News Canada, 28.8.2013; (360) Climate change could turn Greenland green by 2100, Zimbabwe Star (on-line), 28.8.2013; (359) Climate change could turn Greenland green by 2100, Knoxville Times (on-line), 28.8.2013; (358) Climate change could turn Greenland green by 2100, Climate Connections, 28.8.2013; (357) A green Greenland? Thanks, climate change, Before It’s News, 29.8.2013; (356) Greenland may get greener thanks to climate change, redOrbit, 29.8.2013; (355) Climate change may make Greenland greener by end of century, Jagran Post (on-line), 28.8.2013; (354) Climate change may make Greenland greener, Himalayan Times (on-line), 28.8.2013; (353) Groen, De Standaard, 28.8.2013; (352) Greener Greenland predicted, ScienceDaily, 28.8.2013; (351) Det bliver grønnere i Grønland, KNR.gl, 27.8.2013; (350) Sagt & Skrevet, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, 29.8.2013; (349) Store skove vil gøre Grønland grøn, Berlingske Tidende, 28.8.2013; (348) How Greenland may become greener: Climate change 'could accelerate the spread of forests and kill arctic animals', Mail Online, 28.8.2013; (347) P1 Morgen: Klimaændringer vil gøre Grønland grøn, DR P1, 27.8.2013; (346) Greenland to sprout new shades of green as planet warms, study says, NBC News, 28.8.2013; (345) Klimaændringer kan give store skove på Grønland, dr.dk, 27.8.2013; (344) Vilde store dyr i Danmark – et spørgsmål om at ville, Dansk Magisterforening - Fagligt forum, 14.8.2013; (343) Sommerfugle får et lift hjem, Berlingske Tidende, 13.7.2013; (342) 24syv Morgen, Radio24syv, 8.7.2013; (341) Elgen er på vej tilbage til Danmark, Søndagsavisen, 7.7.2013; (340) Global climate change will induce large changes to the plant communities on Earth, The Green Register, 5.7.2013; (339) Styrer fortidens klima nutidens skove?, Videnskab.dk, 3.7.2013; (338) Tree rings show El Niño’s upsurge, climate news network, 2.7.2013; (337) Global climate change will induce large changes to the plant communities on Earth, redOrbit, 2.7.2013; (336) Climate change to cause disequilibrium in plants, Pan European Networks, 2.7.2013; (335) Climate change: Disequilibrium will become the norm in the plant communities of the future, Health, Medical, and Science Updates, 1.7.2013; (334) Climate change: Disequilibrium will become the norm in the plant communities of the future, Press News.org, 1.7.2013; (333) Climate change: Disequilibrium will become the norm in the plant communities of the future, Science Newsline Biology, 1.7.2013; (332) Climate change: Disequilibrium will become the norm in the plant communities of the future, ScienceDaily, 1.7.2013; (331) Nya gener kan rädda bokar, sydsvenskan.se, 23.1.2013; (330) Efter vargen … elefanter!, sydsvenskan.se, 5.3.2013; (329) Elefanter och lejon kan etablera sig i Norden, expressen.se, 5.3.2013; (328) Viden: Naturen halter efter klimaet, dr.dk., 2.7.2013; (327) Langsomt planteliv kan ikke følge med klimaforandringer, Videnskab.dk, 1.7.2013; (326) Formiddag på 4’eren: Torsdagsforsker: Dyrearternes udbredelse, DR P4, 20.6.2013;(325) Kendissernes opslagsværk er på gaden, Aarhus Stiftstidende, 7.6.2013; (324) Bisoner – det næste vilde dyr i dansk natur? JydskeVestkysten, 28.5.2013; (323) Quintus – første bison født i det fri, Bornholms Tidende, 27.5.2013;(322) Bison på vej i naturen, BT, 24.5.2013;(321) Bison kan blive det næste vilde dyr i dansk natur, dagens.dk, 23.5.2013; (320) Bison kan blive det næste vilde dyr i dansk natur, TV2Oj.dk, 23.5.2013; (319) Bliver bison det næste i dansk natur?, BornholmsTidende.dk, 23.5.2013; (312) Skal mennesket og naturen skilles?, Videnskab.dk, 12.5.2013; (318) Kænguru på fri fod et år på Ærø, Ekstrabladet.dk, 1.5.2013;(317) Ørne og ulve kickstarter dansk natur, Kristeligt Dagblad, 29.4.2013; (316) Professor: De danske grise er genetisk alt for ens, Ing.dk (Ingeniøren), 25.4.2013; (315) Viden: Danske svin er sårbare over for sygdomme, dr.dk, 24.4.2013; (314) Danskernes Akademi: Forskerportræt – Jens-Christian Svenning, DR2, 21.4.2013; (313) More than just the wolf at the door, Copenhagen Post, 19.4.2013; (312) Aftenshowet:Ulvens vilde venner på vej, DR1, 15.4.2013; (311) More animals spreading to Denmark, Copenhagen Post, 12.4.2013; (310) Efter ulge følger vildsvin og elge, Maskinbladet.dk, 12.4.2013; (309) Elsdyr og vilde heste kan være på vej til Danmark, Folkebladetlemvig.dk, 12.4.2013; (308) Radioavisen: Professor: Flere store pattedyr kommer til Danmark, DR P4, 12.4.2013; (307) Ulven og vildsvinet er her – og bjørnen er måske på vej, Effektivtlandbrug.dk, 12.4.2013; (306) Radioavisen: Flere store pattedyr på vej til Danmark, DR P1, 12.4.2013; (305) Elsdyr og vilde heste kan være på vej til Danmark, TV2Oj.dk, 12.4.2013; (304) Go’Aften Danmark: Eksotiske dyr til DK, TV2, 11.3.2013; (303) Elsdyr og vilde heste kan være på vej til Danmark, stiften.dk, 12.4.2013; (302) Elsdyr og vilde heste på vej til Danmark, b.dk, 12.4.2013; (302) Elsdyr, bison og vilde heste på vej til Danmark, dr.dk, 12.4.2013; (301) Randers Regnskov er klar til elefanter, Randers Onsdag, 10.4.2013; (300) Fortidens klima styrer nutidens palmer, Organic Today, 23.2.2013; (299) Nyheder: nanduer på vej til dansk natur, TV SYD, 7.3.2013; (298) Ultra Nyt, DR Ultra, 6.3.2013; (297) Professor i biologi og biodiversitet ser muligheder for at berige Danmark med langt mere eksotiske dyrearter i fremtiden, Landbrugsavisen.dk, 5.3.2013; (296) Ekspert: Sats på elefanter i dansk natur, Newspaq, 5.3.2013; (295) Nyheder: Vilde elefanter skal indtage Mols Bjerge, DR P4 Østjylland, 5.3.2013; (294) Radioavisen: Professor: Elefanterne skal tilbage til Danmark, DR P4, 5.3.2013; (293) Elefanter kan komme til Danmark, dr.dk, 5.3.2013; (292) Radioavisen: Professor vil have elefanter ud i den danske natur, DR P1, 5.3.2013; (291) Først ulve – så elefanter, Nordjyske.dk, 6.3.2013; (290) Danske elefanter kan blive nyttedyr, Maskinbladet.dk, 6.3.2013; (289) Professor: Danmark kan få elefanter i naturen, Politiken.dk, 5.3.2013; (288) Professor ønsker elefanter i Danmark, Ritzaus Bureau, 4.3.2013; (287) Ulven kan få selskab af elefanter, Ekstrabladet.dk, 5.3.2013; (286) Ekspert: Elefanter vil være gode for den danske natur, bt.dk, 5.3.2013; (285) Dagens tegning: Ny dansk fauna, Politiken, 6.3.2013; (284) Istiden formede tropernes regnskov, Jydske Vestkysten, 24.2.2013; (283) Istiden formede regnskoven, Randers Amtsavis, 2.3.2013; (283) Istiden formede regnskoven, Viborg Stifts Folkeblad, 1.3.2013; (282) Groft sagt: Christiansborgs fauna, Berlingske, 6.3.2013; (281) Professor: Elefanter ville være gode for den danske natur, Jydske Vestkysten, 6.3.2013; (280) Professor: Elefanter – et plus for naturen, Dagbladet Ringkøbing-Skjern, 6.3.2013; (279) Professor will nich nur Wölfe, sondern auch Elefanten in Dänemark, Der Nordschleswiger, 6.3.2013; (278) Professor ønsker elefanter i Danmark, Flensborg Avis, 6.3.2013; (277) Elefanter er også velkomne, Lolland-Falsters Dagblad, 6.3.2013; (276) Professor ønsker elefanter i Danmark, Kristeligt Dagblad, 6.3.2013; (275) Elefanter i Danmark kunne være en god ide, Nordjyske Stiftstidende, 6.3.2013; (274) Professor ønsker danske elefanter, MetroXpres, 5.3.2013; (273) Giv naturen frie tøjler, Natur & Miljø, 1.3.2013; (272) Palmer bukker under for klimaændringer, jp.dk, 27.2013; (271) Global warming also affects palms, ScienceNordic, 28.2.2013; (270) Klimaforandringer får selv palmer til at lide, Videnskab.dk, 26.2.2013; (269) Istiden formede tropernes regnskov, Berlingske, 20.2.2013; (268) Store træer må vige for kæmpebille, Politiken, 30.1.2013; (267) Videnskabens Verden: I Humboldts fodspor, DR P1, 29.1.2013; (266) Go’ Morgen P3, DR P3, 23.1.2013; (265) Iranske gener til danske bøge, Politiken, 23.1.2013; (264) Iranske gener til danske bøge [citathistorie], Ritzaus Bureau, 22.1.2013; (263) Plan für Umgang mit Wölfen in Dänemark gefordert, Der Nordschleswiger, 12.1.2013; (262) Natursyn: Vilde danske dyr, DR P1, 11.1.2013; (261) Afstemning: Skal der være ulve i Silkeborg-skovene?, Mja.dk, 7.1.2013; (260) Plan efterlyses for danske ulve, Dagbladet Køge-Ringsted-Roskilde, 5.1.2013; (259) Professor efterlyser ulve-plan, JyskeVestkysten, 5.1.2013; (258) Efterlyser plan for ulve [citatshistorie], Ritzaus Bureau, 4.1.2013; (257) Ulven er tilbage, Radio Mojn, 4.1.2013; (256) Efterlyser plan for ulve, TV2/Nord (online), 4.1.2013; (255) Professor efterlyser dansk ulve-plan, www.b.dk, 4.1. 2013; (254) ”Guten Tag” til ulve, TV/Midt-Vest (online), 4.1.2013; (253) Efterlyser plan for ulve, Nordjyske Stiftstidende, 4.1.2013; (252) Hvor vildt kan det blive? AUgustus nr. 3, 2012.(251) Professor: Ulve vil gavne naturen, TV/Midt-Vest, Nyheder og Sportsmagasinet, 8.12.2012; (250) Flere ulve ønskes, TVmidtvest.dk, 8.12.2012; (249) Forsker og ngo vil have flere ulve i Danmark, Politiken, 8.12.2012; (248) Skal granske klodens fremtidige natur, U-landsnyt.dk, 16.9.2012; (247) Tropernes bier og blomster er ikke kræsne, Århus Stifttidende, 9.10.2012; (246) Professor skal gøre os klogere på livet, Midtjyllands Avis, 11.9.2012; (245) Bierne og blomsterne i troperne er ikke kræsne, Dagbladet Ringkøbing-Skjern, 18.10.2012; (244) Tropernes bier og blomster er ikke kræsne, Berlingske, 5.10.2012; (243) Orientering: Forskere vil have løver og skovelefanter tilbage i den danske natur, DR P1, 17.7. 2012; (242) Nye sommerfugle indvandrer til Danmark, Politiken, 30.7.2012; (241) Videnskabens Verden, DR P1, 14.8.2011; (240) Klimaændringer presser plantelivet, Politiken, 20.5.2012; (239) Vi får tid til at redde planterne fra klimaforandringerne, Videnskab.dk, 10.5.2012; 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(223) International pris for forskning, Nordjyske Stiftstidende, 9.10.2011; (222) International pris for forskning, Thisted Dagblad, 9.10.2011; (221) Især padder og pattedyr er i klimafare, Politiken, 9.10.2011; (220) Klimaforandringer går hårdest ud over de langsomme dyr, Videnskab.dk, 6.10.2911; (219) Danish scientist accepts international prize for research on biodiversity, AlphaGalileo Foundation, 7.10.2011; (218) Briefing note of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility science symposium, IISD RS ”Linkages”, 5.10.2011; (217) Ny håb for store truede kattedyr, Politiken, 28.8.2011; (216) De store dyr er vigtigere end vi tror, Politiken, 21.8.2011; (215) Mississippi mårhund burning, Weekendavisen, 25.3.2011; (214) Klima og miljø: Slip de store dyr løs, DR P1, 28.1.2011; (213) Tvangsflytning skal redde den iberiske desman, Videnskab.dk, 3.12.2010; (212) Zurück in die Eiszeit, Der Nordschleswiger 31.11.2010; (211) Ulvetider: Ulven kommer, Nordjyske Stiftstidende 7.11.2010; (210) Klima og miljø: Er klodens dyr og planter reddet i 2010?, DR P1, 5.11.2010; (209) Genetisk afkolonisering, Weekendavisen, 5.11.2010; (208) Sidste udkald, Weekendavisen, 5.11.2010; (207) Ulven kommer, Weekendavisen, 3.10.2010; (206) Mennesker truer dyreliv, DR P4 Østjylland, 21.9.2010; (205) P1 Morgen: Vi masseudrydder dyr og planter, DR P1, 21.9.2010; (204) Den sjette masseuddøen er i gang, Politiken, 19.9.2010; (203) Naturen er i frit fald, Politiken, 19.9.2010; (202) Naturens pirater skal stoppes, Politiken, 19.9.2010; (201) Skovene bliver mere jungleagtige, Politiken, 18.7.2010; (200) Bøgen er en indvandrer, Videnskab.dk 26.5.2010; (199) Il trasloco del desman, profugo ambientale assistito dell'estinzione da global warming, greenreport.it 10.5.2010; (198) Climate change and conservation of the Pyrenean desman, suite101.com 1.5.2010; (197) Dansk center skal forklare livets udbredelse på jorden, Kristeligt Dagblad 1.2.2010; (196) Klimaændringerne lader vente på sig, TV2 Nyhederne 6.1.2010; (195) Klimaændringer vil drukne Århus, Aarhus Stiftstidende 16.12.2009; (194) Eventyret om Rosenkongen og galhvepsen, Aarhus Stiftstidende 11.8.2009; (193) Den klimavenlige have, OK Magasinet 1.6.2009; (192) Unleash the critters, Newsweek, 20.4.2009; (191) Vi får palmer og papegøjer, Politiken, 12.4.2009; (190) Danmark som tropeland, TV2 Nyhederne, 10.4.2009; (189) Sydgrønland eller Sydeuropa?, AU-gustus, 25.3.2009; (188) Scientists at Aarhus University report research in plant ecology, Macro*World Investor (on-line), 20.3.2009; (187) Store flyttedag, Weekendavisen, 27.2.2009; (186) Klimaet bliver et stedsegrønt problem, Århus Stiftstidende, 14.1.2009; (185) Palmer bliver hverdagskost, Lokalavisen Frederikshavn, 19.11.2008; (184) Palmer bliver hverdagskost, NordjyskeUgeaviser.dk, 19.11.2008; (183) Frederikshavn: Klimaændring: Palmestrands status i fare, Nordjyske Stiftstidende, 9.11.2008; (182) Palmestrands status i fare, Nordjyske.dk, 8.11.2008; (181) Palmestrands status i fare, Ditcentrum.dk, 8.11.2008; (180) Palmen på vej til Danmark, newspaq, 6.11.2008; 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(167) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Albany Times Union (on-line), 9.10.2008; (166) Tropical species under threat, Lethbridge Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (165) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, experts say, Cape Breton Post (on-line), 9.10.2008; (164) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Quad City Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (163) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Rapid City Journal (on-line), 9.10.2008; (162) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Chippewa Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (161) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Carlisle Sentinel (on-line), 9.10.2008; (160) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, GMA news.tv (on-line), 9.10.2008; (159) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Examiner.com, 9.10.2008; (158) UConn researcher warns tropical species face threat from warming, WTIC (on-line), 9.10.2008; (157) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, eTaiwan News (on-line), 9.10.2008; (156) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, KOHD (on-line), 9.10.2008; (155) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, KEZI (on-line), 9.10.2008; (154) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, KDRV (on-line), 9.10.2008; (153) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Maximum Edge (on-line), 9.10.2008; (152) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Seattle Post Intelligencer (on-line), 9.10.2008; (151) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, KSL-TV (on-line), 9.10.2008; (150) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, WOKV (on-line), 9.10.2008; (149) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Bradenton Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (148) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Macon Telegraph (on-line), 9.10.2008; (147) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Mid Columbia Tri City Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (146) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Boston Globe (on-line), 9.10.2008; (145) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, experts say, Prince George Citizen (on-line), 9.10.2008; (144) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, WNYT (on-line), 9.10.2008; (143) Biodiversity in a warmer world, ScienceDaily, 9.10.2008; (142) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, News 10NBC (on-line), 9.10.2008; (141) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, KOB.com, 9.10.2008; (140) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Centre Daily Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (139) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, FOXNews (on-line), 9.10.2008; (138) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Miami Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (137) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Biloxi Sun Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (136) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Bellingham Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (135) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Kansas City Star (on-line), 9.10.2008; (134) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (on-line), 9.10.2008; (133) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Durham Herald Sun, 9.10.2008; (132) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, The Daily Advance (on-line), 9.10.2008; (131) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, Minneapolis Star Tribune (on-line), 9.10.2008; (130) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Modesto Bee (on-line), 9.10.2008; (129) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, KTAR.com, 9.10.2008; (128) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Washington Examiner (on-line), 9.10.2008; (127) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Kentucky.com, 9.10.2008; (126) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Wilkes Barre Times-Leader (on-line), 9.10.2008; (125) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, News & Observer (on-line), 9.10.2008; (124) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Forbes (on-line), 9.10.2008; (123) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Rock Hill Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (122) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Victoria Advocate (on-line), 9.10.2008; (121) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Examiner.com, 9.10.2008; (120) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Bay News 9 (on-line), 9.10.2008; (119) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Seattle Post Intelligencer (on-line), 9.10.2008; (118) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, KSTP.com, 9.10.2008; (117) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Brocktown News (on-line), 9.10.2008; (116) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Sky Valley Journal (on-line), 9.10.2008; (115) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Central Florida News 13 (on-line), 9.10.2008; (114) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Ottawa Recorder (on-line), 9.10.2008; (113) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, The Benton Crier, 9.10.2008; (112) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Seattle Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (111) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Ely Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (110) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Las Vegas Sun (on-line), 9.10.2008; (109) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Olberlin (on-line), 9.10.2008; (108) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Durham Herald Sun (on-line), 9.10.2008; (107) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, CBS News (on-line), 9.10.2008; (106) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Howell Times and Transcript (on-line), 9.10.2008; (105) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, New Hope Courier (on-line), 9.10.2008; (104) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Jackson News-Tribune (on-line), 9.10.2008; (103) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, White Rock Reviewer (on-line), 9.10.2008; (102) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Pioneer Times-Journal (on-line), 9.10.2008; (101) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, The Kindred Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (100) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Jordan Falls News (on-line), 9.10.2008; (99) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Hinesberg Journal (on-line), 9.10.2008; (98) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Akron Farm Report (on-line), 9.10.2008; (97) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Westfall Weekly News (on-line), 9.10.2008; (96) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, Sun-Sentinel.com, 9.10.2008; (95) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, amNewYork (on-line), 9.10.2008; (94) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, Orlando Sentinel (on-line), 9.10.2008; (93) Climate change means 'trouble' for tropical species, researchers warn, CBC.ca, 9.10.2008; (92) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Belleville News Democrat (on-line), 9.10.2008; (91) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Philadelphia Inquirer (on-line), 9.10.2008; (90) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, The Daily Advance (on-line), 9.10.2008; (89) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Herald News Daily, 9.10.2008; (88) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Prescott Herald (on-line), 9.10.2008; (87) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Chandler News-Dispatch, 9.10.2008; (86) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Contra Costa Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (85) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette (on-line), 9.10.2008; (84) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, San Francisco Chronicle (on-line), 9.10.2008; (83) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, San Luis Obispo Tribune, 9.10.2008; (82) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, Newsday (on-line), 9.10.2008; (81) Polar bears may be the poster child for global warming, but tropics also threatened, Los Angeles Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (80) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, TheNewsTribune.com, 9.10.2008; (79) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Seattle Post Intelligencer, 9.10.2008; (78) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Examiner.com, 9.10.2008; (77) Can't stand Global Warming? Get out of the tropics, KOMO News (on-line), 9.10.2008; (76) Tropical species will feel the climate change heat, USA Today (on-line), 9.10.2008; (75) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, Danbury News Times (on-line), 9.10.2008; (74) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, San Diego Union Tribune (on-line), 9.10.2008; (73) Study: Tropical species threatened by climate change, Houston Chronicle (on-line), 9.10.2008; (72) Tropical species also threatened by climate change, International Herald Tribune (on-line), 9.10.2008; (71) How will a warmer world affect seasonal behavior such as the ... , EurekAlert, 9.10.2008; (70) Especies tropicales están amenazadas por cambios climáticos, chron.com, 9.10.2008; (69) Les espèces tropicales menacées elles aussipar le réchauffement climatique, La Presse Canadienne (on-line), 9.10.2008; (68) Especies tropicales están amenazadas por cambios climáticos, Univision.com, 9.10.2008; (67) P1 Morgen: Hvert fjerde pattedyr er udrydningstruet, DR P1, 6.10.2008; (66) Hvert fjerde pattedyr på Jorden er truet af udryddelse, Politiken, 6.10.2008; (65) Danmark er et smørhul for pattedyr, Politiken, 6.10.2008; (64) Hvert fjerde pattedyr er truet af udryddelse, BT (on-line), 6.10.2008; (63) Hvert fjerde pattedyr er truet, TV2 Nyhederne (on-line), 6.10.2008; (62) Hvert fjerde pattedyr er truet af udryddelse., Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten (on-line), 6.10.2008; (61) Hvert fjerde pattedyr er truet af udryddelse, Skive Folkeblad, 6.10.2008; (60) Vejret snyder blomsterne – som er på overarbejde, Århus Stiftstidende, 22.9.2008; (59) Hvid bjørn i knibe, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, 21.9.2008; (58) Klimaforandringer presser planter højere op i bjergene, Videnskab.dk, 10.7.2008; (57) Plants migrate uphill as temperatures rise, French study says, Bloomberg.com, 26.6.2008; (56) Motorsavene fræser stadig, Frederiksborg Amts Avis, 26.6.2008; (55) Et par grader ekstra vil dræbe millioner, Nyhedsavisen, 18.6.2008; (54) De dødsdømte dyr..., B.T., 24.5.2008; (53) Wilde Löwen in Europa?, Wissenschaft DRS 2 (Swiss Public Radio), 17.5.2008; (52) Apropos... Klima og natur, DR P1, 14.5.2008; (51) Eksperter efterlyser flere løvtræer, Dagbladet Køge/Ringsted/Roskilde, 6.5.2008; (50) Radioavisen, DR P1, 5.5.2008; (49) Skoveksperter efterlyser flere løvtræer, Ritzaus Bureau, 5.5.2008; (48) Klimaændringer forandrer danske skove, Fyns Amts Avis, 29.4.2008; (47) Klimaændringer forandrer danske skove, Frederiksborg Amts Avis, 28.4.2008; (46) Klimaændringer vil forandre de danske skove, JydskeVestkysten, 27.4.2008; (45) SKIFT: Klimaændringer forandrer danske skove, Nordjyske Stiftstidende, 27.4.2008; (44) Den danske bøgeskov er i fare, Århus Stiftstidende, 26.4.2008; (43) Klimaet forandrer danske skove, Dagbladet Køge/Ringsted/Roskilde, 26.4.2008; (42) Klimaændringer forandrer de danske skove, Midtjyllands Avis, 26.4.2008; (41) Palmer og papegøjer: Klimaændringer forandrer danske skove, Vejle Amts Folkeblad/Fredericia Dagblad, 26.4.2008; (40) Klimaændringer forandrer danske skove, Sjællandske, 26.4.2008; (39) Palmer på vej til Østjylland, TV2 Østjylland (on-line), 25.4.2008; (38) Nyheder fra Østjylland, Klimaforandringer, TV2 Østjylland, 25.4.2008; (37) Klimaændringer forandrer danske skove, Ritzaus Bureau, 25.4.2008; (36) Danmark bliver hjem for papegøjer, 24timer, 23.4.2008; (35) Goddag til egyptisk gås - farvel til billigt juletræ, Urban Vest, 16.4.2008; (34) Goddag til egyptisk gås - farvel til billigt juletræ, Århus Stifttidende, 15.4.2008; (33) Opvarmningen dræber i naturen, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, 7.4.2008; (32) ÅRHUS: KLIMA: Temperaturstigninger dræber flere arter, Nordjyske Stiftstidende, 7.4.2008; (31) Opvarmningen dræber i naturen, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, 7.4.2008; (30) Temperaturstigninger dræber flere arter, TV2 Nyhederne (on-line), 6.4.2008; (29) Temperaturstigninger dræber flere arter, TV2 Lorry (on-line), 6.4.2008; (28) Temparaturstigninger dræber flere arter, Ritzaus Bureau, 6.4.2008; (27) Lunt klima lokker nye arter til, Politiken, 5.4.2008; (26) Natur under pres, AU-gustus, 19.3.2008; (25) Biologer vil genindføre Europas tabte dyreliv: Uddøde dyr får vikar, Illustreret Videnskab, 17.1.2008; (24) P4 Morgen, Den globale opvarmning og den danske flora, DR P4 Østjylland, 24.11.2007; (23) Den danske buket vil visne, Århus Stiftstidende, 24.11.2007; (22) Den danske buket vil visne, Berlingske Tidende, 21.11.2007; (21) Danske planter vil visne i varmen, Morsø Folkeblad, 21.11.2007; (20) Apropos... Truede dyr og fremtiden, DR P1, 4.10.2007; (19) Forskellighed går tabt, JyskeVestkysten, 29.8.2007; (18) Århus planter 300.000 planter på nettet, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, 28.8.2007; (17) Videnskabens Verden: Løver i Europa?, DR P1, 25.8.2007; (16) P1 Morgen: Klimaet vil gøre ondt på vores natur, DR P1, 11.7.2007; (15) Løvebrøl lige om hjørnet, Metroexpress, 7.6.2007; (14) Mondo, Store dyr i Danmark, DR P3, 7.6.2007; (13) TV2 Nyhederne: Danmark bør redde truede dyr, TV2, 6.6.2007; (12) Dansk forsker: Løven og leoparden bør tilbage til Europa, Ingeniøren, 6.6.2007; (11) Forsker: Løver og leoparder til Europa, Metroexpress, 6.6.2007; (10) Bäume auf Wanderschaft: Nacheiszeitliche Wiederbesiedlung noch nicht abgeschlossen?, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 30.5.2007; (9) Dyr på overlevelsestur, Varmere klima forandrer dyrelivet i Europa, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, 21.5.2006; (8) TV2 Vejret, Planter og den globale opvarmning, TV2, 7.5.2005; (7) Miljømagasinet: Varmere vejr forringer biodiversiteten, Danmarks Radio P1, 9.9.2004; (6) P1 Morgen, DR P1, 31.8.2004; (5) Forskere vil belyse effekt af klimaændringer, Ritzau, 30.8.2004; (4) Stort projekt om truslerne mod arterne, Information, 30.8.2004; (3) Varmere klima dræber truede dyr, Politiken, 30.8.2004; (2) Forskere vil belyse effekt af klimaændringer, Ritzaus Bureau, 29.8.2004; (1) ’Det bliver koldere’, Information, 28.8.2004.

Editorial experience: Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Ecography: 2010-. Subject editor (plants), Ecography: 2005-2010. Associate editor, Journal of Biogeography: 2007-. Subject editor (macroecology, broad-scale biodiversity, and global change), Nordic Journal of Botany: 2007-. Editorial committee, Beyond Kyoto: Addressing the Challenges of Climate Change proceedings, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 8, 2009. Peer reviewer (no. manuscripts evaluated): Science (9), Biotropica (9), J. Biogeogr. (7), Glob Ecol Biogeogr (10), Ecography (3), Am. Nat (2), Nature (1), Nature Comm. (1), Curr. Biol. (1), PNAS (2), J. Ecol. (12), J. Trop. Ecol. (9), Ecol. Lett. (9), J. Veg. Sci. (5), Biol. Cons. (4), Proc. R. Soc. B (3), Glob. Change Biol. (5), Ecol. Appl. (1), Glob. Planet. Change (1), Quat. Sci. Rev. (2), PLoS One (1), Divers. Distrib. (2), J. Appl. Ecol. (2), Plant Ecol. (2), Nordic J. Bot. (2), Eur. J. For. Res (2), Biota Neot. (2), Ecology (1), TREE (1), Can. J. Bot. (1), Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimat. Palaeoecol. (1), Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. (1), Ecol. Monogr. (1), Biodivers. Conserv. (1), Syst. Biodivers. (1), Taxon (1), Palms (1), Biol Skrifter (1), Can. J. For. Res. (1), Ecotropica (1), Ecol Bolivia (1).

Organisatorial activities: (17) Organizing committee, Organized Oral Session New Perspectives for Ecology during the Anthropocene: New Paradigms, Technologies and Collaborations, ESA Annual Meeting, Baltimore, USA, 2015; (16) Organizing committee, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters Tropical Plant Collections: Legacies from the past? Essential tools for the future?, 2015; (15) Organizing committee, Biodiversitetssymposiet 2015, 2015; (14) Organizing committee, World Palm Symposium 2015, Quindío, Colombia, 2015; (13) Organizing committee, TaSiL: Time and space in linguistics: interdisciplinary computational approaches, Aarhus University, 2014; (12)Organizing committee, The diversity of diversity studies: retrospectives and future directions symposium, INTECOL/BES 2013, London, 2013;(11) Organizing committee, Rewilding as tool and target in the management of biodiversity symposium, Aarhus, 2012; (10) International Biogeography Society’s Wallace Awards Committee, 2012; (9) Organizing committee, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters Biodiversity in the Silicon Age symposium, 2011; (8) Ad-hoc Director-at-large for the International Biogeography Society, 2011-2013; (7) Organizing committee for Biodiversitetssymposiet 2011, 2011; (6) Vice-President for Conferences for the International Biogeography Society, 2009-2011; (5) Chair, Abstracts committee of the V Biennial Meeting for the International Biogeography Society, Heraklion, Crete, 2011; (4) Organizer, Conservation Biogeography: Integrating Biogeography and Conservation Science in a Changing World session on UNESCO IYB Biodiversity Science Policy Conference, UNESCO, Paris, 2010 (w/ R.J. Whittaker); (3) Responsible for the Biodiversity & Ecosystems theme of the international conference Beyond Kyoto: Addressing the Challenges of Climate Change, Aarhus University, 2009. (2) Chair, Abstracts committee of the IV Biennial Meeting for the International Biogeography Society, Merida, Mexico, 2009. (1) Co-organizer, DanBIF International Conference on Biodiversity Informatics and Climate Change Impacts on Life, Aarhus University, 2008.

Administration: (7) PhD stipend committee, CIRRAU, 2013-. (6) Elected member, Institutforum ((Department Forum), Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, 2011-; (5) Elected member of Academic Council, Faculty of Science and Technology, Aarhus University, 2012-; (4) Member, Executive Committee, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2010-2011; (3) Member, Aarhus University Climate Panel, 2009; (2) Member, Research Committee, Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2009-2011; (1) Member, PR Committee of the Department of Biological Sciences, Aarhus University, 2009-2011.

External boards & committees: (5) Mara Elephant project Scientific Committtee, 2015-; (4) Rådgivende Udvalg for Lille Vildmosefredningen, 2013-; (3) Udvalget for Danmarks Naturkanon, 2009; (2) Forskningsfagligt Rådgiverpanel for Koordineringsenhed for Forskning i Klimatilpasning, 2008-; (1) IUCN Species Survival Commission Palm Specialist Group, 2005-.

evaluations: Assessment committees: (11) Member, Professor/førsteamanuensis in botanical diversity and ecological application of GIS, Museum of Natural History, University of Oslo, 2015; (10) member, Associate Professor, Quaternary Palaeoecology, University of Bergen, 2015; (9) chair, associate professor, plant ecophysiology, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, 2012; (8) member, professor, conservation decision analysis, Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland, 2010; (7) member, professor, ecology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 2009-2010; (6) member, professor mso, invasion ecology of plants, University of Copenhagen, 2009; (5) chair, professor, bioinformatics, Aarhus University, 2009; (4) member, professor, conservation biology, University of Copenhagen, 2009; (3) member, postdoc, Department of Ecology, University of Copenhagen, 2008; (2) member, postdoc, Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning, University of Copenhagen, 2008; (1) ad hoc member, International PhD School of Biodiversity Sciences PhD application evaluation board. External referee, promotion committees: J. Elith, University of Melbourne (associate professor), 2015; A. Hurlbert, University of North Carolina, 2015. Examiner, doctoral theses: C. Quintana, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, 2015; G. Zuquim, University of Turku, Finland, 2015 (pre-examiner); U.P. Pedersen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2014; M.K. Borregaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2010; M. Romo, University of Turku, Finland, 2004; L. Schulman, University of Turku, Finland, 2003. External examiner, MSc theses: J.K. Sheard, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2015; K. Giampoudakis, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2013; C.E. Simonsen, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2011; M.K. Borregaard, Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2006; A.-S. Stensgaard, Danish Bilharziasis Laboratory & University of Copenhagen, 2005. Referee, MSc theses: C. Bernandes, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Brazil, 2007. Referee, grant applications: Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, GAAV, 2004. External examiner, university courses: Conservation (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009), Macroecology (2006, 2007, 2008, 2010), and Macroecology and Community Ecology (2011, 2012), Institute of Biology, University of Copenhagen.

Consulting: (4) Scientific consultant on Trap Danmark (http://trapdanmark.dk/), a national geographic encyclopedia, 2015-. (3) Project supervisor on “Technical Assistance for collecting information on the distribution patterns and diversity of plants in the Peruvian Amazonia” (part of BIODAMAZ II, Dissemination phase), funded by Biota BD oy, Finland, 2006-2007. (2) Svenning, J.-C. & Kanstrup, J. 2002. Commentaries to ”Udkast til Forslag til skovlov” (by Skovforeningen). Nepenthes.(1) Svenning, J.-C., Muldtofte, J. & Kanstrup, J. 2002. Høringssvar - det nationale skovprogram. Nepenthes.