Felix Klaus

Felix Klaus
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen | GAUG · Division of Agroecology

Master of Science

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5 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
October 2016 - October 2019
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Position
  • PhD Student
April 2016 - September 2016
Julius Kühn-Institut
Position
  • Field Assistant
September 2014 - March 2016
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Position
  • Student Research Assistant

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Publications (7)
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Pollinator declines in agricultural landscapes are driven by multiple stressors, but potential interactions of these remain poorly studied. Using a highly replicated semi-field study with 56 meso-cosms of varying wild plant diversity (2-16 species) and oilseed rape treated with a neonicotinoid, we tested the interacting effects of resource diversit...
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In Central Europe, agricultural intensification has led to increasing fragmentation and loss of semi-natural habitats. In turn, ecosystem services such as pollination are being lost when insect pollinators depend on semi-natural habitats. Calcareous grasslands are a highly threatened, biodiverse type of semi-natural habitat that may substantially s...
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1. The land-sharing versus land-sparing debate recently stagnated, lacking an integrating perspective in agricultural landscapes as well as consideration of ecosystem services. Here, we argue that land-sharing (i.e. wildlife-friendly farming systems) and land-sparing (i.e. separation of high-yielding agriculture and natural habitats) are not mutual...
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Agricultural intensification and the subsequent fragmentation of semi-natural habitats severely restrict pollinator and pollen movement threatening both pollinator and plant species. Linear landscape elements such as hedgerows are planted for agricultural and conservation purposes to increase the resource availability and habitat connectivity suppo...
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Globally, high amounts of food are wasted due to insufficient quality and decay. Although pollination has been shown to increase crop quality, a possible impact on shelf life has not been quantitatively studied. We tested how shelf life, represented by fruit decay, firmness and weight, changes as a function of pollination limitation in two European...

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