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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Emmy Noether Research Group

Peer-Reviewed (Applications)

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 7 references in this bibliography folder.

Munteanu, C, Kamp, J, Nita, MD, Klein, N, Kraemer, BM, Müller, D, Koshkina, A, Prishchepov, AV, and Kuemmerle, T (2020).
Cold War spy satellite images reveal long-term declines of a philopatric keystone species in response to cropland expansion
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 287(1927):20192897.

Espasandín-Domínguez, J, Cadarso-Suárez, C, Kneib, T, Marra, G, Klein, N, Radice, R, Lado-Baleato, O, González-Quintela, A, and Gude, F (2019).
Assessing the relationship between markers of glycemic control through flexible copula regression models
Statistics in Medicine, 38(27):5161–5181.

Helbich, M, Klein, N, Roberts, H, Hagedoorn, P, and Groenewegen, P (2018).
More green space is related to less antidepressant prescription rates in the Netherlands: A Bayesian geoadditive quantile regression approach
Environmental Research, 166:290–297.

Pross, C, Strumann, C, Geissler, A, Herwartz, H, and Klein, N (2018).
Quality and resource efficiency in hospital service provision: A geoadditive stochastic frontier analysis of stroke quality of care in Germany
PLOS ONE, 13(9):1–30.

Ríos-Pena, L, Kneib, T, Cadarso-Suárez, C, Klein, N, and Marey-Pérez, M (2018).
Studying the occurrence and burnt area of wildfires using zero-one-inflated structured additive beta regression
Environmental Modelling and Software:107–118.

Duarte, E, de Sousa, B, Cadarso-Suárez, C, Klein, N, Kneib, T, and Rodrigues, V (2017).
Studying the relationship between a woman's reproductive lifespan and age at menarche using a Bayesian multivariate structured additive distributional regression model
Biometrical Journal, 59(6):1232–1246.

Kormann, U, Scherber, C, Tscharntke, T, Klein, N, Larbig, M, Valente, J, Hadley, A, and Betts, M (2016).
Corridors restore animal-mediated pollination in fragmented tropical forest landscapes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 283(1823).