Florian Altermatt
Florian Altermatt
Associate Professor of Aquatic Ecology; University of Zurich and Eawag
Verified email at eawag.ch - Homepage
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Environmental DNA metabarcoding: Transforming how we survey animal and plant communities
K Deiner, HM Bik, E Mächler, M Seymour, A Lacoursičre‐Roussel, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (21), 5872-5895, 2017
3402017
Transport distance of invertebrate environmental DNA in a natural river
K Deiner, F Altermatt
PloS one 9 (2), e88786, 2014
3292014
Climatic warming increases voltinism in European butterflies and moths
F Altermatt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1685), 1281-1287, 2010
2972010
Choice of capture and extraction methods affect detection of freshwater biodiversity from environmental DNA
K Deiner, JC Walser, E Mächler, F Altermatt
Biological Conservation 183, 53-63, 2015
2432015
Dendritic connectivity controls biodiversity patterns in experimental metacommunities
F Carrara, F Altermatt, I Rodriguez-Iturbe, A Rinaldo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (15), 5761-5766, 2012
2072012
Environmental DNA reveals that rivers are conveyer belts of biodiversity information
K Deiner, EA Fronhofer, E Mächler, JC Walser, F Altermatt
Nature Communications 7, 12544, 2016
1932016
Diversity in riverine metacommunities: a network perspective
F Altermatt
Aquatic Ecology 47 (3), 365-377, 2013
1932013
The ecological forecast horizon, and examples of its uses and determinants
OL Petchey, M Pontarp, TM Massie, S Kéfi, A Ozgul, M Weilenmann, ...
Ecology letters 18 (7), 597-611, 2015
1752015
Handbook of protocols for standardized measurement of terrestrial invertebrate functional traits
M Moretti, ATC Dias, F Bello, F Altermatt, SL Chown, FM Azcárate, JR Bell, ...
Functional Ecology 31, 558-567, 2017
1542017
Utility of environmental DNA for monitoring rare and indicator macroinvertebrate species
E Mächler, K Deiner, P Steinmann, F Altermatt
Freshwater Science 33 (4), 1174-1183, 2014
1272014
River network properties shape α‐diversity and community similarity patterns of aquatic insect communities across major drainage basins
F Altermatt, M Seymour, N Martinez
Journal of Biogeography 40 (12), 2249-2260, 2013
1272013
A comparative analysis reveals weak relationships between ecological factors and beta diversity of stream insect metacommunities at two spatial levels
J Heino, AS Melo, LM Bini, F Altermatt, SA Al‐Shami, DG Angeler, ...
Ecology and evolution 5 (6), 1235-1248, 2015
1252015
Genetic diversity of Daphnia magna populations enhances resistance to parasites
F Altermatt, D Ebert
Ecology letters 11 (9), 918-928, 2008
1152008
Impacts of urbanisation on biodiversity: the role of species mobility, degree of specialisation and spatial scale
ED Concepción, M Moretti, F Altermatt, MP Nobis, MK Obrist
Oikos 124 (12), 1571-1582, 2015
1132015
Big answers from small worlds: a user's guide for protist microcosms as a model system in ecology and evolution
F Altermatt, EA Fronhofer, A Garnier, A Giometto, F Hammes, J Klecka, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (2), 218-231, 2015
1122015
The future of biotic indices in the ecogenomic era: Integrating (e) DNA metabarcoding in biological assessment of aquatic ecosystems
J Pawlowski, M Kelly-Quinn, F Altermatt, L Apothéloz-Perret-Gentil, P Beja, ...
Science of the Total Environment 637, 1295-1310, 2018
1032018
Tell me what you eat and I’ll tell you when you fly: diet can predict phenological changes in response to climate change
F Altermatt
Ecology Letters 13 (12), 1475-1484, 2010
952010
Eco-evolutionary feedbacks during experimental range expansions
EA Fronhofer, F Altermatt
Nature communications 6, 6844, 2015
932015
Predicting novel trophic interactions in a non‐native world
IS Pearse, F Altermatt
Ecology letters 16 (8), 1088-1094, 2013
932013
The role of dispersal in river network metacommunities: Patterns, processes, and pathways
JD Tonkin, F Altermatt, DS Finn, J Heino, JD Olden, SU Pauls, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 63 (1), 141-163, 2018
882018
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