Jana Petermann


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jana Petermann
University of Salzburg
Department of Ecology and Evolution
Hellbrunnerstr. 34
5020 Salzburg

Tel.:+43 662 8044-5482
Email: jana.petermann@sbg.ac.at




Research Interests

We work on community ecology and biodiversity of different organism groups (e.g.  protists, zooplankton and insects) in tropical and temperate regions. Some of our projects ask how communities and food webs change with changing envronmental conditions along mountain slopes.

For more information see our webpage: https://petermannlab.wordpress.com

Selected publications

Petermann, J. S., A. Rohland, N. Sichardt, P. Lade, B. Guidetti, W. W. Weisser, and M. Gossner. (2016). Forest management intensity affects aquatic communities in artificial tree holes. PloS ONE 11:e0155549.

Gossner, M., Lade, P., Schober, A., Sichardt, N., Kahl, T., Bauhus, J., Weisser, W. W. & Petermann, J. S. (2016) Effects of management on tree-hole metacommunities in temperate forests are mediated by detritus amount and water chemistry. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 213–226..

Petermann, J. S., P. Kratina, A. A. M. MacDonald, N. A. C. Marino, and D. S. Srivastava (2015) Resources alter the structure and increase stochasticity in bromeliad microfauna communities. PloS ONE 10:e0118952.

Petermann, J.S., Farjalla, V.F., Jocque, M., Kratina, P., MacDonald, A.A.M., Marino, N.A.C., de Omena, P.M., Piccoli, G.C., Richardson, B.A., Richardson, M.J., Romero, G.Q., Videla, M. & Srivastava, D.S. (2015) Dominant predators mediate the impact of habitat size on trophic structure in bromeliad invertebrate communities. Ecology 96: 428–439.

For further publications see: https://petermannlab.wordpress.com/publications/

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