Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles | Preprints | Other Publications | Prizes and Awards


# Peer-Reviewed Articles

Radinger J. and García-Berthou E. (accepted 2020). The role of connectivity in the interplay between climate change and the spread of alien fish in a large Mediterranean river. Global Change Biology. In press. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.15320

Herrera-R G.A., Oberdorff T., Anderson E., Brosse S., Carvajal-Vallejos M., Frederico R., Hidalgo M., Jézéquel C., Maldonado M., Maldonado-Ocampo J. A., Ortega H., Radinger J., Torrente-Vilara G., Zuanon J. and Tedesco P. (accepted 2020) The combined effects of climate change and fragmentation on the distribution of Andean Amazon fishes. Global Change Biology. In pressDOI: 10.1111/gcb.15285

Schmidt H., Radinger J., Teschlade D. and Stoll S. (2020) The role of spatial units in modelling freshwater fish distributions: Comparing a subcatchment and river network approach using MaxEnt. Ecologcial Modelling 65:108937. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2020.108937

Cano-Barbacil C., Radinger J. and García-Berthou E. (2020) Reliability analysis of fish
traits reveals discrepancies among databases. Freshwater Biology 65:863–877. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13469

Radinger J., Britton J.R., Carlson S.M., Magurran A.E., Alcaraz-Hernández J.D., Almodóvar A., Benejam L., Fernández-Delgado C., Nicola G.G., Oliva-Paterna F.J., Torralva M. and García-Berthou E. (2019) Effective monitoring of freshwater fish. Fish and Fisheries 20:729–747. DOI: 10.1111/faf.12373

Radinger J., Alcaraz-Hernández J.D. and García-Berthou E. (2019) Environmental filtering governs the spatial distribution of alien fishes in a large, human-impacted Mediterranean river. Diversity and Distributions 25:701–714. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12895

Riepe C., Meyerhoff J., Fujitani M., Aas Ø., Radinger J., Kochalski S., & Arlinghaus R. (2019) Managing river fish biodiversity generates substantial economic benefits in four European countries. Environmental Management 63:759-776. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-019-01160-z

Jarić I., Lennox R.J., Kalinkat G., Cvijanović G. and Radinger J. (2019) Susceptibility of European freshwater fish to climate change: Species profiling based on life-history and environmental characteristics. Global Change Biology 25:448–458. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14518

Radinger J., Alcaraz-Hernández J.D. and García-Berthou, E. (2018) Environmental and spatial correlates of hydrologic alteration in a large Mediterranean river catchment. Science of The Total Environment 639:1138–1147. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.05.227

Teschlade D., Niemann A., Hering D. and Radinger, J. (2018) Entwicklung eines GIS-basierten Modellansatzes zur Priorisierung von Querbauwerken bei der Umsetzung der Wasserrahmenrichtlinie. KW – Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 11:739–746. DOI: 10.3243/kwe2018.12.002

Knopf K., Buschmann K., Hansel M., Radinger J. and Kloas W. (2018) Flash photography does not induce stress in the Ram cichlid Mikrogeophagus ramirezi (Myers & Harry, 1948) in aquaria. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 34:922–928. DOI: 10.1111/jai.13673

Zajicek P., Radinger J. and Wolter C. (2018) Disentangling multiple pressures on fish assemblages in large rivers. Science of the Total Environment 627:1093–1105. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.01.307

Radinger J., Hölker F., Horky P., Slavik O. and Wolter C. (2018). Improved river continuity facilitates fishes’ abilities to track future environmental changes. Journal of Environmental Management. 208:169–179DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.12.011

Radinger J., Hölker F. and Wolter C. (2017). Assessing how uncertainty and stochasticity affect the dispersal of fish in river networks. Ecological Modelling. 359:220–228DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2017.05.029

Cobo Labarca C., Radinger J., Schöning V., Ariav R., Jung R., Thompson K. D., Kloas W. and Knopf K. (2017). Application of low-frequency sonophoresis and reduction of antibiotics in the aquatic systems. Journal of Fish Diseases. 40(11):1635-1643DOI: 10.1111/jfd.12631

Radinger J., Essl F., Hölker F., Horky P., Slavik O. and Wolter C. (2016) The future distribution of river fish: The complex interplay of climate and land use changes, species dispersal and movement barriers. Global Change Biology. 23(11):4970–4986DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13760

Radinger J., Kail J. and Wolter C. (2016) Differences among expert judgments of fish habitat suitability and implications for river management. River Research and Applications. 1-10. DOI: 10.1002/rra.3109

Radinger J., Hölker, F. Horky P., Slavik O., Dendoncker N. and Wolter C. (2016) Synergistic and antagonistic interactions of future land use and climate change on river fish assemblages. Global Change Biology. 22(4):1505-1522DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13183

Radinger J., Wolter C. and Kail J. (2015) Spatial Scaling of Environmental Variables Improves Species-Habitat Models of Fishes in a Small, Sand-bed Lowland River. PlosOne 10(11):e0142813. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0142813

Guse B., Kail J., Radinger,J., Schröder M., Kiesel J., Hering D., Wolter C. and Fohrer N. (2015) Eco-hydrologic model cascades: Simulating land use and climate change impacts on hydrology, hydraulics and habitats for fish and macroinvertebrates. Science of the Total Environment. 533:542-556. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.05.078

Kail, J. Guse B., Radinger J., Schröder M., Kiesel J., Kleinhans M., Schuurman F., Fohrer N., Hering D., and Wolter C. (2015) A modelling framework to assess the effect of pressures on river abiotic habitat conditions and biota. PlosOne 10(6):e0130228. DOI: 10.1371/journal. pone.0130228

Radinger J. and Wolter C. (2015) Disentangling the effects of habitat suitability, dispersal and fragmentation on the distribution of river fishes. Ecological Applications 25:914-927. DOI: 10.1890/14-0422.1

Radinger J., Kail J. and Wolter C. (2014) FIDIMO – A Free and Open Source GIS based dispersal model for riverine fish. Ecological Informatics 24:238-247. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoinf.2013.06.002

Radinger J. and Wolter C. (2014) Patterns and predictors of fish dispersal in rivers. Fish and Fisheries 15:456-473. DOI: 10.1111/faf.12028


# Preprints

Radinger J., Britton J.R., Carlson S.M., Magurran A.E., Alcaraz-Hernández J.D., Almodóvar A., Benejam L., Fernández-Delgado C., Nicola G.G., Oliva-Paterna F.J., Torralva M. and García-Berthou E. (2018) Effective monitoring of freshwater fish. Zenodo. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1480407 Peer-reviewed final version: 10.1111/faf.12373

Riepe C., Meyerhoff J., Fujitani M., Aas Ø., Radinger J., Kochalski S., & Arlinghaus R. (2019) Managing River Fish Biodiversity Generates Substantial Economic Benefits in Four European Countries. BioRxiv. : DOI: 10.1101/447300 Peer-reviewed final version: 10.1007/s00267-019-01160-z


# Other Publications

Wolter C., Bernotat D., Gessner J., Brüning A., Lackemann J. and Radinger J. (2020) Fachplanerische Bewertung der Mortalität von Fischen an Wasserkraftanlagen. BfN-Skripten 561. Bonn, Germany: Bundesamt für Naturschutz. p. 213. download

Radinger J. (2020) Unsere Fische – wer is morgen (noch) da? Aqua Viva – Die Zeitschrift für Gewässerschutz. 62:14–17.

Radinger J., Hölker F. and Wolter C. (2014) FISHCON: Biodiversitäts-Szenarien für fragmentierte Landschaften: zukünftige Fischartenvielfalt als Funktion des Gewässsernetzwerkes. Schlussbericht BiodivERsA Projekt FISHCON.

Radinger J. (2015) Source populations in the context of dispersal modelling. Journal of Brief Ideas. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.19097

Radinger J. (2014) Modelling fish dispersal in catchments affected by multiple anthropogenic pressures. Dissertation. http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/dissertationen/radinger-johannes-2014-11-19/METADATA/abstract.php?id=41066 DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3017.9287

Kail J., Radinger J., and Wolter C. (2014) Entwicklung eines integrierten Modells zur Prognose der langfristigen Entwicklung abiotischer Rahmenbedingungen und Lebensgemeinschaften für Gewässermanagement und Klimafolgenforschung. Schlussbericht Projekt IMPACT. DOI: 10.2314/GBV:82562777X

Radinger J. (2013) Fische zählen 2.0. IGB Jahresforschungsbericht 2013.

Radinger J. et al. (2011) FIDIMO – A dispersal model for fish from the IMPACT project. (ed. Midgley, S.) IWRM-Net SCP newsletter June 2011. Issue No. 1.


# Prizes and Awards

MCED Award 2017, MCED Award for Innovative Contributions to Ecological Modelling, 1st Prize. Topic: Global Change effects on shifts in fish habitats and implications for population distribution applied to the River Elbe catchment. MCED webpage

Ruttner Preis 2014 awarded by SIL (Societas Internationalis Limnologiae) Austria for: Radinger, J. and Wolter, C. (2013) Patterns and predictors of fish dispersal in rivers. Fish and Fisheries 1–18. DOI: 10.1111/faf.12028

Best Poster for: Modelling fish dispersal in river networks with open source GIS. Poster, 2nd Biennial Symposium of the International Society for River Science, Berlin, August 08-12, 2011


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