Emiel De Lombaerde
Emiel De Lombaerde
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Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research
K Verheyen, P De Frenne, L Baeten, DM Waller, R Hédl, MP Perring, ...
BioScience 67 (1), 73-83, 2017
812017
Global environmental change effects on plant community composition trajectories depend upon management legacies
MP Perring, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, L Baeten, G Midolo, H Blondeel, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (4), 1722-1740, 2018
772018
The functional role of temperate forest understorey vegetation in a changing world
D Landuyt, E De Lombaerde, MP Perring, LR Hertzog, E Ampoorter, ...
Global Change Biology 25 (11), 3625-3641, 2019
602019
Light availability and land‐use history drive biodiversity and functional changes in forest herb layer communities
L Depauw, MP Perring, D Landuyt, SL Maes, H Blondeel, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (4), 1411-1425, 2020
212020
Light and warming drive forest understorey community development in different environments
H Blondeel, MP Perring, L Depauw, E De Lombaerde, D Landuyt, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (3), 1681-1696, 2020
192020
Tree regeneration responds more to shade casting by the overstorey and competition in the understorey than to abundance per se
E De Lombaerde, K Verheyen, H Van Calster, L Baeten
Forest Ecology and Management 450, 117492, 2019
122019
Interactive effects of past land use and recent forest management on the understorey community in temperate oak forests in South Sweden
L Depauw, MP Perring, J Brunet, SL Maes, H Blondeel, E De Lombaerde, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 30 (5), 917-928, 2019
92019
Direct and understorey-mediated indirect effects of human-induced environmental changes on litter decomposition in temperate forest
B Wang, H Blondeel, L Baeten, I Djukic, E De Lombaerde, K Verheyen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 138, 107579, 2019
82019
Evaluating structural and compositional canopy characteristics to predict the light‐demand signature of the forest understorey in mixed, semi‐natural temperate forests
L Depauw, MP Perring, D Landuyt, SL Maes, H Blondeel, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 24 (1), e12532, 2021
62021
Responses of competitive understorey species to spatial environmental gradients inaccurately explain temporal changes
E De Lombaerde, K Verheyen, MP Perring, M Bernhardt-Römermann, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 30, 52-64, 2018
62018
Individualistic responses of forest herb traits to environmental change
H Blondeel, MP Perring, E De Lombaerde, L Depauw, D Landuyt, ...
Plant biology 22 (4), 601-614, 2020
52020
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L Depauw, MP Perring, D Landuyt, SL Maes, H Blondeel, ...
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Understorey removal effects on tree regeneration in temperate forests: A meta‐analysis
E De Lombaerde, L Baeten, K Verheyen, MP Perring, S Ma, D Landuyt
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (1), 9-20, 2021
22021
Light, temperature and understorey cover predominantly affect early life stages of tree seedlings in a multifactorial mesocosm experiment
E De Lombaerde, H Blondeel, L Baeten, D Landuyt, MP Perring, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 461, 117907, 2020
22020
Forest understorey plant responses to long‐term experimental warming, light and nitrogen addition
S Govaert, P Vangansbeke, H Blondeel, E De Lombaerde, K Verheyen, ...
Plant Biology, 2021
12021
ForestTemp–Sub‐canopy microclimate temperatures of European forests
S Haesen, JJ Lembrechts, P De Frenne, J Lenoir, J Aalto, MB Ashcroft, ...
Global Change Biology, 2021
2021
Tree recruitment is determined by stand structure and shade tolerance with uncertain role of climate and water relations
Y Käber, P Meyer, J Stillhard, E De Lombaerde, J Zell, G Stadelmann, ...
Ecology and evolution 11 (17), 12182-12203, 2021
2021
Managing overstorey and understorey vegetation for natural regeneration across environmental contexts
E De Lombaerde
Ghent University, 2020
2020
Drivers behind temporal changes in the understorey of deciduous temperate forests: a case study from Öland (southern Sweden)
E De Lombaerde
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