Publications (selection)

Pierre Ibisch's list of publications
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Ibisch, P.L., M.G. Waldherr & H.D. Knapp (2017): Erweiterungsnominierung zu den „Buchenurwäldern der Karpaten und Alten Buchenwäldern Deutschlands“ als paneuropäische UNESCO-Weltnaturerbestätte (Extension nomination to the „Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Ancient Beech Forests of Germany“ towards a pan-European World Heritage Property). Natur und Landschaft 92(3): 109-118 (DOI: 10.17433/3.2017.50153447.109-118).

 

Ibisch, P.L., M.T. Hoffmann, S. Kreft, G. Pe’er, V. Kati, L. Biber-Freudenberger, D.A. DellaSala, M.M. Vale, P.R. Hobson & N. Selva (2016): A global map of roadless areas and their conservation status. Science 354(6318): 1423-1427 (+ 65 pp. Supplementary Materials; www.sciencemag.org/content/354/6318/1423/suppl/DC1) (DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf7166).

 

Ibisch, P.L. & P.R. Hobson (eds.) (2016): MARISCO. Manejo Adaptativo de RISco e vulnerabilidade em sítios de COnservação. Guia para a conservação da biodiversidade baseada em ecossistemas com uma abordagem de adaptação e resistência ao risco. Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Eberswalde (ISBN ISBN 978-3-00-049606-6). 

 

Ibisch, P.L. (2016): Die blaue Murmel mit dem Mikrofilm. Nur wenn wir das Ökosystem Erde als Ganzes sehen, werden wir auch beim Klimaschutz Erfolg haben. In: Warmzeit. Klima, Mensch, Erde. Edition Monde Diplomatique 20: 26-29.

 

Ibisch, P.L. (2016): Ökologie und Politik: Die Wachstumskrise entfaltet sich weiterhin. In: M. Richter & I. Thunecke (eds.): Paradies now. André Gorz – Utopie als Lebensentwurf und Gesellschaftskritik. sammlung kritisches wissen Band 70, Talheimer Verlag. S. 83-102.

 

Hobson, P.R. P.L. Ibisch & R. Parmee (2016): A small plot study of Chalara infestation in a recently established natural stand of ash, UK. Arboricultural Journal 38(3): 122-133 (DOI:10.1080/03071375.2016.1194029).

 

Ibisch, P.L. (2016): Karbonisierung der Weltumweltpolitik oder ökosystembasierte Nachhaltigkeit? In: J. Sommer & M. Müller (eds.): Unter 2 Grad? Was der Weltklimavertrag wirklich bringt. Hirzel, Stuttgart, 89-103.

 

Ibisch, P.L. & P.R. Hobson (eds.) (2015): MARISCO. Adaptive MAnagement of vulnerability and RISk at COnservation sites. Lessons from case studies applying the MARISCO approach. Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Eberswalde (ISBN 978-3-9817639-0-4).

Included (co-)authored chapters:

  • Ibisch, P.L. & P.R. Hobson: Introduction. 6-9.
  • Strixner, L., J. Geyer, L. Schmidt, P.R. Hobson & P.L. Ibisch: Ukraine: Carpathian Biosphere Reserve. 10-18.
  • Geiger, L., F. Cybulla & P.L. Ibisch: Sierra del Lacandón National Park, Maya Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala. 19-28.
  • Ibisch, P.L. S. Kreft, C. Nowicki, Y. Wang, J. Jia, X. Li, B. HU, C. Liao, P. Tang & Y. Zhang: Protected areas in Jiangxi Province, China. 29-40.
  • Schick, A., C. Nowicki & P.L. Ibisch: Central Peruvian Amazon: communal, provincial and regional biodiversity management within and outside protected areas. 41-58.
  • Reichle, S., P.R. Hobson & P.L. Ibisch: Case studies in Costa Rica: Cahuita and Manuel Antonio National Parks, where the oceans meet the forest. 59-72.
  • Schick, A., N. Manasfi, C. Nowicki, M. Factos & P.L. Ibisch: Transboundary management at small scale: the municipal protected areas of Siete Iglesias and Tinajillas-Río Gulaceño in Ecuador. 73-80.
  • Kreft, S., D. Aschenbrenner, L. Strixner, F. Cybulla & P.L. Ibisch: Case study Germany: diverse MARISCO applications in Brandenburg, north-eastern Germany. 81-92.
  • Hobson, P.R. & P.L. Ibisch: Student-sector MARISCO workshop for Suffolk Coast and heaths project landscape, United Kingdom. 93-98.
  • Strixner, L., P.R. Hobson & P.L. Ibisch: MARISCO at a lakescape: student course on Lake Shkoder, Albania. 99-104.

 

 

Ibisch, P.L., P.R. Hobson, A. Krause, A. Wünsch, R. Krykbaeva, A. Gabdullina, T. Yashina & T. Schaaf (2015): Great Altay Transboundary Biosphere Reserve. Development of a Management Plan of the Great Altay Transboundary Biosphere Reserve, Republic of Kazakhstan and Russian Federation. Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Eberswalde (ISBN 978-3-9817639-1-1).

 

albert, C., C. bertram, L. Biber-Freudenberger, A. Bonn, M. brenck, B. Burkhard, J. Forster, E. Fuchs, C. Galler, C. von Haaren, P.L. Ibisch, T. Kaphengst, C. Klassert, R. Klenke, S. Klotz, S. Kreft, I. Kühn, E. Marquard, D. mehl, I. meinke, K. Naumann, M. reckermann, K. Rehdanz, S. Ruter, W. Saathoff, J. Sauermann, M. scholz, U. schröder, R. Seppelt, D. Thran & F. Witting (2015): Ökosystemleistungen, Biodiversität und Klimawande: Grundlagen. In: V. Hartje, H. Wüstemann & A. Bonn (eds.): Naturkapital Deutschland – TEEB DE: Naturkapital und Klimapolitik – Synergien und Konflikte.. Technische Universität Berlin, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung – UFZ. Berlin, Leipzig. 68-99.

 

Ibisch, P.L. (2015): Bürgerbeteiligung im Ökosystemmanagement. In: J. Sommer (ed.): Kursbuch Bürgerbeteiligung, Deutsche Umweltstiftung. 245-268 (DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2463.7285).

 

Selva, N., A. Switalski, S. Kreft, P.L. Ibisch (2015): Why keep areas road free? The importance of roadless areas. In R. van der Ree, D.J. Smith & C. Grilo (Hg.): Road ecology. Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, New Jersey (ISBN 978-1-118-56818-7). 16-26 (DOI: 10.1002/9781118568170.ch3).

 

Barthlott, W., K. Burstedde, Geffert, P.L. Ibisch, N. Korotkova, A. Miebach, M.D. Rafiqpoor, A. Stein & J. Mutke (2015): Biogeography and biodiversity of cacti. Schumannia 7: 208 pp. 

 

Kreft, S. & P.L. Ibisch (2014): Management von EU-Vogelschutzgebieten: Ökosystembasierte Anpassung an den Klimawandel. Vogelwarte. Zeitschrift für Vogelkunde 52(4): 317-318.

 

Kreft, S., D. Aschenbrenner, C. Nowicki, S. Reichle, L. Strixner, P. Hobson & P.L. Ibisch (2014): Navigating in a sea of risks: MARISCO, a conservation planning method used in risk-robust and ecosystem-based adaptation strategies. In: Korn, H., J. Stadler, A. Bonn, K. Bockmühl & N. Macgregor: Proceedings of the European conference “Climate Change and Nature Conservation in Europe - an ecological, policy and economic perspective”. Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn: 133-135 (Bfn-Skripten 367.)  133-135.

 

Ibisch, P.L. (2014): Suffizienz oder: „Was wird einem Menschen ausreichen, dem die ganze Welt nicht genug ist?“ Nachhaltigkeit buchstabiert. Blog der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Brandenburg (http://www.boell-brandenburg.de/de/2014/09/09/nachhaltigkeit-buchstabiert-suffizienz). 

 

Kati, V., T. Hovardas, M. Dieterich, P.L. Ibisch, B. Mihok & N. Selva (2014 online; 2015 print): The challenge of implementing the European network of protected areas Natura 2000. Conservation Biology 29: 260-270 (doi: 10.1111/cobi.12366).

 

Ibisch, P.L., V. Luthardt, S. Krafte, N. Nusko, L. Strixner & P. Arndt (2014): Anpassung des Naturschutzes an den Klimawandel in Brandenburg. Empfehlungen für Entscheidungsträger. Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde, Eberswalde. (ISBN 978-3-00-045824-8).

 

Ibisch, P.L. & P.R. Hobson (eds.) (2014): MARISCO: Manejo Adaptativo de RIesgo y vulnerabilidad en Sitios de COnservación. Guía para la conservación de la biodiversidad basada en ecosistemas mediante un enfoque de adaptación y resistencia frente al riesgo. Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Eberswalde, 195 pp. (ISBN 978-3-00-045232-1).

 

Geyer, J., L. Strixner, S. Kreft, F. Jeltsch & P.L. Ibisch (2014): Adapting conservation to climate change – a case study on feasibility and implementation in Brandenburg, Germany. Regional Environmental Change. DOI 10.1007/s10113-014-0609-9. 

 

 

Ibisch, P.L. & P.R. Hobson (eds.) (2014): The MARISCO method: Adaptive MAnagement of vulnerability and RISk at COnservation sites. A guidebook for risk-robust, adaptive, and ecosystem-based conservation of biodiversity. Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Eberswalde (ISBN 978-3-00-043244-6). 195 pp.

Luthardt, V. & P.L. Ibisch (eds.) (2013): Naturschutz-Handeln im Klimawandel. Risikoabschätzung und adaptives Management in Brandenburg. Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Eberswalde (ISBN 978-3-00-043708-3).

Freudenberger, L., P. R., Hobson, M., Schluck, S., Kreft, K., Vohland, H., Sommer, S., Reichle, C., Nowicki, W., Barthlott and P. L. Ibisch (2013): Nature conservation: priority-setting needs a global change. Biodiversity and Conservation 22: 1255-1281 (doi 10. 1007/s10531-012-0428-6).

Hobson, P.R. & P.L. Ibisch (2013): “Forest econics:” mimicking processes and patterns in old growth forest to promote sustainable forestry under global change. In: Ministry for Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine & Carpathian Biosphere Reserve (eds.) 2013. Primeval and ancient beech forests of Europe: problems of protection and sustainable use. Proceedings of the International Conference, Rakhiv, September 16-22, 2013. 66-76.

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Ibisch, P.L. (2013): 300 Jahre „Sylvicultura oeconomica”.Ist der Wald ein Pflegefall? Politische Ökologie 132: 36-43.

Freudenberger, L., P.R., Hobson, S., Rupic, G., Pe’er, M., Schluck, J. Sauermann, S. Kreft, N., Selva and P.L. Ibisch (2013): Spatial Road Disturbance Index (SPROADI) for conservation planning: a novel landscape index, demonstrated for the State of Brandenburg, Germany. Landscape Ecology 28: 1353-1369 (doi:10.1007/s10980-013-9887-8).

Dolgener, N., L. Freudenberger, N. Schneeweiss, P.L. Ibisch, R. Tiedemann (2013): Projecting current and future distribution of the fire bellied toad Bombina bombina under climate change in northeastern Germany. Regional Environmental Change. Doi 10.1007/s10113-013-0468-9.

Vohland, K., F. Badeck, K. Böhning-Gaese, G. Ellwanger, J. Hanspach, P.L. Ibisch, S. Klotz, S. Kreft, I. Kühn, E. Schröder, S. Trautmann & W. Cramer (2013): Schutzgebiete Deutschlands im Klimawandel – Risiken und Handlungsoptionen. Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt. Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn.

Dolgener, N., L. Freudenberger, M. Schluck, N. Schneeweiss, P.L. Ibisch, R. Tiedemann (2014; online 2013): Environmental niche factor analysis (ENFA) relates environmental parameters to abundance and genetic diversity in an endangered amphibian, the fire-bellied-toad (Bombina bombina). Conservation Genetics 15: 11-21. Doi 10.1007/s10592-013-0517-4.

Ibisch, P.L. (2013): Ökosystemmanagement. In: J. Wilhelm & H. Ihne (eds.): Einführung in die Entwicklungspolitik, Münster/Hamburg: Lit-Verlag, 3. Auflage (ISBN 978-3-8258-8152-8). 165-184.

Ibisch, P.L., S. Kreft & V. Luthardt (eds.) (2012): Regionale Anpassung des Naturschutzes an den Klimawandel: Strategien und methodische Ansätze zur Erhaltung der Biodiversität und Ökosystemdienstleistungen in Brandenburg. Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde, Eberswalde (ISBN 978-3-00-038210-9).

Conservation of biodiversity under climate change in Brandenburg: summary of the most important conclusions and recommendations (English executive summary)
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Reyer, C. J. Bachinger, R. Bloch. F.F. Hattermann, P.L. Ibisch, S. Kreft, P. Lasch, W. Lucht, C. Nowicki, P. Spathelf, M. Stock & M. Welp (2011): Climate change adaptation and sustainable regional development: A case study for the Federal State of Brandenburg, Germany. Regional Environmental
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DOI 10.1007/s10113-011-0269-y).

 

Ibisch, P.L. & C. Nowicki (2011): Análisis de la vulnerabilidad y estrategias para la adaptación al cambio climático en la
Reserva Comunal El Sira –Perú. Experiencias con la metodología en el Proyecto “El Sira - GIZ”, Perú. Aplicación del método: Manejo Adaptativo de RIesgo y vulnerabilidad en Sitios de Conservación (MARISCO) en la Amazonia peruana
. Ed.: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Proyecto Biodiversidad y Cambio Climático en la Reserva Comunal “El Sira”, Lima, Peru (Depósito Legal en la Biblioteca Nacional del Perú Nº: 2011-14981).

 

Norris, C., P.R. Hobson, P.R. & P.L. Ibisch (2011):Microclimate and vegetation function as indicators of landscape thermodynamic efficiency. Journal of Applied Ecology.Article first published online: 9 NOV 2011 DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02084.x

 

Selva, N., S. Kreft, V. Kati, M. schluck, B.-G. Jonsson, B. Mihok, H. Okarma & P.L. Ibisch 2011.Roadless and low-traffic areas as
conservation targets in Europe
. Environmental Management 48(5): 865-77.
DOI 10.1007/s00267-011-9751-z (open access: download).

 

(see press release)

 

Ibisch, P.L., J. Geyer, L. Schmidt, V. Pokynchereda & V. Gubko (eds.) (2011):Carpathian Biosphere Reserve: challenges and solutions for protected area management in Ukrainian
Transcarpathia
. Shaker, Aachen. 242 p. (Engl. + Ukrain.
language).


 

Norris, C., P. Ibisch & P. Hobson 2011.Searching for empirical evidence of forest resilience - developing indicators of the thermodynamic efficiency of ecosystems.In: Hans D. Knapp & Andreas Fichtner (eds.): Beech forests. Joint natural heritage ofEurope. BfN-Skripten 297. Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, Germany, Bonn (ISBN 978-389624-032-3). 77-85.

 

Geyer, J., I. Kiefer, S. Kreft, V. Chavez, N. Salafsky, F. Jeltsch & P.L. Ibisch (2011):A classification of stresses to biological diversity caused by global climate change. Conservation Biology 25: 708–715 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2011.01676.x).

 

Ibisch, P.L., A. Vega E. & T.M. Herrmann (eds.) (2010):Interdependence of biodiversity and development under global change.Technical Series No. 54. Secretariat of the
Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal, 224 pp.
(ISBN 92-9225-279-8).

 

Selected chapters:

 

MUTUAL MAINSTREAMING OF BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: TOWARDS A MORE RADICAL ECOSYSTEM APPROACH
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A VIEW ON GLOBAL PATTERNS AND INTERLINKAGES OF BIODIVERSITY AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
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AN ALTERNATIVE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABILITY: SYSTEMICS AND THERMODYNAMICS
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THE INTEGRATED ANTHROPOSYSTEM: GLOBALIZING HUMAN EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE GLOBAL ECOSYSTEM
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STRATEGIC SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A SYNTHESIS TOWARDS THERMODYNAMICALLY EFFICIENT SYSTEMS AND POST-NORMAL COMPLEX SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
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This publication, elaborated for the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity and presented in 2010 at COP10 in Nagoya, Japan, marks an important milestone for the creation of the Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management.

 

“Applying system theory and through a transdisciplinary analysis of bio-cultural evolution, concrete up-to-date case studies and global statistical correlations this technical series goes deeply into the root-causes and drivers of environmental degradation and biodiversity loss. It shows that understanding the role and value of biodiversity and ecosystems for human well-being is more than ever a crucial pre-requisite and vital question for new and urgent needed development paradigms. In line with other initiatives like TEEB, IPBES or the Green Economy, among others, the technical series explores appropriate means and ways to translate proven knowledge and open questions into policy-relevant messages. (…)

 

We are pleased to introduce this volume of the Technical Series of the Convention on Biological Diversity as a very useful contribution and enrichment of the debate on new paradigms for sustainable development in harmony with nature that actually move the agenda of committed scientists, policymakers and practitioners worldwide. (…)”

 

Dr. Ahmed Djoghlaf

Executive Secretary

Convention on Biological Diversity

 

This new volume of the CBD Technical Series presents an analysis of the systemic character of global change, biodiversity and human development, and the relationships between them. The report describes and evaluates the complicated relationships and dynamics between human and biological systems. Theoretical concepts, such as complex systems models, are proposed as realistic and workable models for future strategies in sustainable development. So far there has been little attempt to move this science into practice partly because it lacks the unequivocal scientific evidence demanded by an increasingly scrutinising society. The radical view presented here argues the case for looking beyond known knowledge and evidence as an essential strategy for dealing with rapidly changing conditions and increasing uncertainty. The behaviour of complex systems defies attempts by contemporary scientists to provide answers to dynamic problems. Radical thinking and approaches are needed to meet the combined challenges of an exploding human population (with rapidly growing needs and wants), and the run-away problems of global environmental change. The new technical series also proposes the use of post-normal philosophy as a complementary, and in some cases, alternative framework to existing neo-classical economics and conventional policy mechanisms, thereby abandoning the idea that exact and ‘modern’ science is the only source of usable knowledge for policy-making and practice. In many instances business as usual is failing to meet long-term objectives for human sustainable development.