BiodivERsA "VineDivers" (2014-2018) - Publications

Buchholz J, Querner P, Paredes D, Bauer T, Strauss P, Guernion M, Scimia J, Cluzeau D, Burel F, Kratschmer S, Winter S, Potthoff M, Zaller JG (2017) Soil biota in vineyards are more influenced by plants and soil quality than by tillage intensity or the surrounding landscape. Scientific Reports 7: 17445, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-17601-w

Bunea C-I, Popescu D, Hoble A, Winter S, Zaller J (2017) Inventory of viticultural yield and quality parameters in respect of soil management. Bulletin of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca 74:61. download PDF

Fiera C, Ulrich W, Popescu D, Bunea C-I, Manu M, Nae I, Stan M, Markó B, Urák I, Giurginca A, Penke N, Winter S, Kratschmer S, Buchholz J, Querner P, Zaller JG (2020) Effects of vineyard inter-row management on the diversity and abundance of plants and surface-dwelling invertebrates in Central Romania. Journal of Insect Conservation, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10841-019-00215-0

Guzmán G, Cabezas JM, Sánchez-Cuesta R, Lora Á, Bauer T, Strauss P, Winter S, Zaller JG, Gómez JA (2019) A field evaluation of the impact of temporary cover crops on soil properties and vegetation communities in southern Spain vineyards. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 272: 135-145. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2018.11.010

Hall RM, Penke N, Kriechbaum M, Kratschmer S, Jung V, Chollet S, Guernion M, Nicolai A, Burel F, Fertil A, Lora Á, Sánchez-Cuesta R, Guzmán G, Gómez J, Popescu D, Hoble A, Bunea C-I, Zaller JG, Winter S (2019) Vegetation management intensity and landscape diversity alter plant species richness, functional traits and community composition across European vineyards. Agricultural Systems 177, 102706, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2019.102706

Hervé MET, Boudes P, Cieslik C, Montembault D, Jung V, Burel F, Cluzeau D, Winter S, Nicolai A (2018) Landscape complexity perception and representation in a wine-growing region with the designation of origin in the Loire Valley (France): A cultural ecosystem service? Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems: 1-13, https://doi.org/10.1017/S1742170518000273

Hoble A, Popescu D, Bunea C, Burel F, Guernion M, Nicolai A, Fertil A, Winter S, Kratschmer S, Zaller JG, Guzmán G, Potthoff M (2017) Land cover typology using geographic information systems for Romanian viticultural landscape. Agriculture - Science and Practice 3-4:83-89. download PDF

Hoble A, Popescu D, Bunea C, Cluzeau D, Guernion M, Nicolai A, Fertil A, Winter S, Zaller J, Guzmán G (2018) The perception of viticultural landscapes as a method of promoting and supporting local economic activities through multifunctional landscapes. Conference proceedings Agriculture for Life, Life for Agriculture 1: 387-392, https://doi.org/10.2478/alife-2018-0058. download PDF

Judt C, Guzmán G. Gómez JA, Cabezas JM, Entrenas JA, Winter S, Zaller JG, Paredes D (2019) Diverging effects of landscape factors and inter-row management on the abundance of beneficial and herbivorous anthropods in Andalusian vineyards (Spain). insects 10, 320, https://doi.org/10.3390/insects10100320

Kratschmer S, Pachinger B, Schwantzer M, Paredes D, Guernion M, Burel F, Nicolai A, Strauss P, Bauer T, Kriechbaum M, Zaller JG, Winter S (2018) Tillage intensity or landscape features: What matters most for wild bee diversity in vineyards? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 266: 142-152, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2018.07.018

Kratschmer S, Pachinger B, Schwantzer M, Paredes D, Guzmán G, Goméz JA, Entrenas JA, Guernion M, Burel F, Nicolai A, Fertil A, Popescu D, Macavei L, Hoble A, Bunea C, Kriechbaum M, Zaller JG, Winter S (2019) Response of wild bee diversity, abundance, and functional traits to vineyard inter‐row management intensity and landscape diversity across Europe. Ecology and Evolution 9: 4103-4115, https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.5039

Kratschmer S, Pachinger B, Winter S (2018) Wildbienen im Weingarten. Wie wirken Bodenbearbeitung, Blütenangebot und Landschaftsstruktur? Der Winzer 11/2018: 20-21, https://www.der-winzer.at/fachartikel/weinbau/2018/11/wildbienen-im-weingarten.html

Pfingstmann A, Paredes D, Buchholz J, Querner P, Bauer T, Strauss P, Kratschmer S, Winter S, Zaller J (2019) Contrasting effects of tillage and landscape structure on spiders and springtails in vineyards. Sustainability 11, 2095, https://doi.org/10.3390/su11072095

Riegler-Nurscher P, Prankl J, Bauer T, Strauss P, Prankl H (2018) A machine learning approach for pixel wise classification of residue and vegetation cover under field conditions. Biosystems Engineering 169: 188-198, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biosystemseng.2018.02.011

Schütte R, Bergmann H (2019) The attitudes of French and Spanish winegrowers towards the use of cover crops in vineyards. Journal of Wine Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/09571264.2019.1568975

Winter S, Bauer T, Strauss P, Kratschmer S, Paredes D, Popescu D, Landa B, Guzmán G, Gómez JA, Guernion M, Zaller JG, Batáry P (2018) Effects of vegetation management intensity on biodiversity and ecosystem services in vineyards: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Ecology 2018; 1-12, https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13124

Theses

Asper A (2018) Effects of soil tillage intensity and landscape structure on earthworms, springtails and wine quality in vineyards in central Romania. Master thesis, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna.

Buchholz J (2017): Response of decomposers to vineyard inter-row soil cultivation and landscape structure. Master thesis, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna. Abstract

Kratschmer SA (2019): Wild bees in viticultural landscapes: Effects of vineyard inter-row management and viticultural landscape complexity on the diversity, abundance and functional traits of wild bees. Doctoral thesis, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna. Abstract

Pfingstmann A (2018): Effect of tillage intensities on predator-prey interactions in vineyards from different landscapes: the case of spiders & springtails. Master thesis, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna. Abstract