Publications

Ebner, M., Fontana, V., Schirpke, U., Tappeiner, U., (2022). Stakeholder perspectives on ecosystem services of mountain lakes in the European Alps. Ecosystem Services 53, 101386, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2021.1

Schirpke, U., Scolozzi, R., Kiessling, A., Tappeiner, U. (2021) Recreational ecosystem services of mountain lakes in the European Alps: Preferences, visitor groups and management implications. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 35, 100421. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jort.2021.100421 

Schirpke, U., Tasser, E., Ebner, M., Tappeiner, U. (2021) What can geotagged photographs tell us on cultural ecosystem services of lakes? Ecosystem Services 51, 101354. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2021.10135

Schirpke U., Ebner M., Pritsch H., Fontana V., Kurmayer R. (2021). Quantifying Ecosystem Services of High Mountain Lakes across Different Socio-Ecological Contexts. Sustainability 13(11):6051. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116051

Schirpke U., Scolozzi R., Tappeiner U. (2021). “A Gem among the Rocks”—Identifying and Measuring Visual Preferences for Mountain Lakes. Water 13(9), 1151. https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/13/9/1151

Ma T., Jiang Y., Elbehery A.H., Blank S., Kurmayer R., Deng, L. (2019). Resilience of planktonic bacterial community structure in response to short-term weather deterioration during the growing season in an alpine lake. Hydrobiologia, 1-14, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10750-019-04118-8

Jiang Y., Huang H., Ma T., Ru J., Blank S., Kurmayer R., Deng, L. (2019). Temperature Response of Planktonic Microbiota in Remote Alpine Lakes. Frontiers in Microbiology 10: 1714. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2019.01714/full

Contributions at conferences:

 

Ebner M., Tappeiner U., Fontana V., Schirpke U., Kurmayer, R. (2020). Participatory approaches: a promising bridge from ecological frameworks to socio-cultural methods for mountain lakes’ sustainable development. Presentation at Global Mountain Sustainability Forum 05.-06.10.2020, Sexten (Italy, online).

CLAIMES project meeting 2019 with R. Kurmayer, U. Schirpke, V. Fontana, C. Matulla, M. Ohndorf, K. Enigl, M. Ebner, H. Pritsch and S. Vorhauser on 12.11.2019 in Innsbruck

 Fontana V., Ebner M., Kurmayer R., Schirpke U., Ohndorf M., Matulla C. (2019). CLAIMES - Climate response of alpine lakes: resistance variability and management consequences for ecosystem services. Talk at the International Mountain Conference (IMC), Universität Innsbruck,  8.-12. September, 2019

 

 Matulla C., Enigl K., Schlögl M., Kurmayer R., Schirpke U., Fontana V., Ohndorf M., Tordai J., Matulla H., Ressl H., Lehner S., Chimani B. (2019). Alpine lake surface-temperatures - Reconstructions and Projections for assessing Ecosystem-Service availability. Talk at the International Mountain Conference (IMC), University of Innsbruck,  8.-12. September, 2019

Schirpke U., Fontana V.,  & Ohndorf, Markus & Matulla, Christoph & Kurmayer, Rainer. (2019). Cultural ecosystem services of alpine lakes - conflicts and limits in use. Poster at the IMC Universität Innsbruck, 10.13140/RG.2.2.25580.51848

Ebner M., & Fontana V., Schirpke U.,  Ohndorf M.,  Matulla C., Kurmayer R. (2019). Climate response of alpine lakes Resistance variability and management consequences for Ecosystem Services. Poster at the IMC Universität Innsbruck

Kurmayer R., Schirpke U., Ebner M., Pritsch H. (2019).  Which indicators can be used for the representation of ecosystem services in lakes? From methodological aspects to ecological basis concepts, workshop at the SIL-Austria conference 2019 in Mondsee

Kurmayer R., Jiang Y., Ma T., Deng L. (2019). Climate change response of planktonic microbiomes in remote alpine lakes, talk at the International Mountain Conference (IMC 2019), Innsbruck, 08.09.2019-12.09.2019

Kurmayer R., Matulla C., Fontana V., Schirpke U., Ohndorf M. (2019). CLAIMES - Climate response of alpine lakes: resistance variability and management consequences for ecosystem services. Talk at the SIL-Austria conference, Mondsee,  28.-30.Oktober, 2019 

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