Mitarbeiter / Staff member

Portrait

Viktoriia Radchuk, PH.D

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter / Scientist

Evolutionsgenetik / Evolutionary Genetics

Leibniz-Institut für Zoo- und Wildtierforschung (IZW)
im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.
Alfred-Kowalke-Straße 17
10315 Berlin
Deutschland

Tel:       0049 (0) 30 5168 454
 
Curriculum Vitae
Forschungsschwerpunkte / Research Foci
  • Population dynamics
  • Population viability analysis
  • Predator-prey interactions
  • Biodiversity-ecosystem functioning
  • Model complexity: mechanistic versus phenomenological models
Publikationen / Publications
Selected research publications:
 

Grimm, V., J. Augusiak, A. Focks, B. Frank, F. Gabsi, A. S. Johnston, C. Liu, B. Martin, M. Meli, V. Radchuk, P. Thorbek, and S. Railsback. 2014. Towards better modelling and decision support: documenting model development, testing, and analysis using TRACE. Ecological Modelling 280: 129-139.

Radchuk, V., K. Johst, J. Groeneveld, C. Turlure, V. Grimm, and N. Schtickzelle. 2014. Appropriate resolution in time and model structure for population viability analysis: insights from a butterfly metapopulation. Biological Conservation 169: 345-354.

Pe’er, G., Y.G. Matsinos, K. Johst, K.W. Franz, C. Turlure, V. Radchuk, A.H. Malinowska, J.M.R. Curtis, I. Naujokaitis-Lewis, B. Wintle, and K. Henle. 2013. A protocol for better design, application and communication of population viability analyses. Conservation Biology 27(4): 644-656.

Radchuk, V., K. Johst, J. Groeneveld, V. Grimm, and N. Schtickzelle. 2013. Behind the scenes of population viability modeling: Predicting butterfly metapopulation dynamics under climate change. Ecological Modelling 259:62-73.

Radchuk, V., C. Turlure, and N. Schtickzelle. 2013. Each life stage matters: the importance of assessing the response to climate change over the complete life cycle in butterflies. Journal of Animal Ecology82: 275-285.