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Judith Riedel
(Dr. sc. ETH)

FiBL
Ackerstrasse 113
CH-5070 Frick

Phone +41 (0)62 865-0492
Fax +41 (0)62 865-7273
judith.riedel(at)fibl.org

Riedel Judith

Activity areas

  • Scientific assistant of the director
  • Group Tropical Agriculture & Agroforestry
  • Coordination National Biological Research Forum (NBFF)
  • Coordination Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries
  • Tropical agriculture and agroforestry
     

Projects

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Training / professional career

  • Since 2018 Scientific assistant of the director
  • 2016 - 2018 Scientist at FiBL, Department of International Cooperation
  • 2013 - 2016 PostDoc Agroscope
  • 2009 - 2013 PhD ETH Zurich

Publications

Publications that are not in the Organic Eprints archive

  • Riedel J., S. Dorn, and K. Mody (2014): Assemblage composition of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) affected by tree diversity and density in native timber tree plantations on former tropical pasture. Myrmecological News 20, 113-127.
  • Meissle M., S. E. Naranjo, C. Kohl, J. Riedel, and J. Romeis (2014): Does the growing of Bt maize change abundance or ecological function of non-target animals compared to the growing of non-GM maize? A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence 3, 7.
  • Riedel J., S. Dorn, M. Plath, C. Potvin, and K. Mody (2013): Time matters: temporally changing effects of planting schemes and insecticide treatment on native timber tree performance on former pasture. Forest Ecology and Management 297, 49-56.
  • Riedel J., S. Dorn, M. Plath, and K. Mody (2013): Growth, herbivore distribution, and herbivore damage of timber trees in a tropical silvopastoral reforestation system. Annals of Forest Science 70, 75-86.
  • Riedel J., S. Dorn, G. Brand, H. Barrios, and K. Mody (2013): Effects of ants on arthropod assemblages of a native timber tree in a reforestation plantation. Journal of Applied Entomology 137, 418-428
  • Plath M., S. Dorn, J. Riedel, H. Barrios, and K. Mody (2012): Associational resistance and associational susceptibility: specialist herbivores show contrasting responses to tree stand diversification. Oecologia 169, 477-487
  • Riedel J., J. Romeis, and M. Meissle (2014): Update and expansion of the database of bio-ecological information on nontarget arthropod species established to support the environmental risk assessment of genetically modified crops in the EU. Project report to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
  • Riedel J., M. Schindler, und A. Ssymank (2010): Bienen (Hymenoptera: Apidae) und Schwebfliegen (Diptera: Syrphidae) nährstoffarmer Wiesen im Naturpark Hohes Venn-Nordeifel. Decheniana 163, 137-144
  • Vogt M., B. Forster, and J. Riedel (2009): Radio tracking of Hatinh langurs (Trachypithecus laotum hatinhensis) at a semi-wild enclosure in Phong Nha- Nha-Khe Bang National Park, Central Vietnam. Vietnamese Journal of Primatology 2, 3-12