Walter Reckendorfer
Walter Reckendorfer
Gewässerökologe, Verbund Hydro Power GmbH
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The" inshore retention concept" and its significance for large rivers
F Schiemer, H Keckeis, W Reckendorfer, G Winkler
Arch. Hydrobiol.(Suppl.)(Large Rivers) 135 (2), 509-516, 2001
Zooplankton abundance in the River Danube, Austria: the significance of inshore retention
W Reckendorfer, H Keckeis, G Winkler, F Schiemer
Freshwater biology 41, 583-591, 1999
Floodplain restoration by reinforcing hydrological connectivity: expected effects on aquatic mollusc communities
W Reckendorfer, C Baranyi, A Funk, F Schiemer
Journal of Applied ecology 43 (3), 474-484, 2006
The impact of surface water exchange on the nutrient and particle dynamics in side-arms along the River Danube, Austria
T Hein, C Baranyi, W Reckendorfer, F Schiemer
Science of the total environment 328 (1-3), 207-218, 2004
The Integrated River Engineering Project for the free-flowing Danube in the Austrian Alluvial Zone National Park: contradictory goals and mutual solutions
W Reckendorfer, R Schmalfuss, C Baumgartner, H Habersack, ...
Large Rivers 15 (1-4), 613-630, 2005
The Floodplain Index–a new approach for assessing the ecological status of river/floodplain-systems according to the EU Water Framework
A Chovanec, JA Waringer, M Straif, W Graf, W Reckendorfer, ...
Arch. Hydrobiol. Suppl 155, 169-185, 2005
Spatial and seasonal characteristics of 0+ fish nursery habitats of nase, Chondrostoma nasus in the River Danube, Austria
H Keckeis, G Winkler, L Flore, W Reckendorfer, F Schiemer
FOLIA ZOOLOGICA-PRAHA- 46, 133-150, 1997
The role of slackwater areas for biogeochemical processes in rehabilitated river corridors: examples from the Danube
T Hein, W Reckendorfer, JH Thorp, F Schiemer
Arch. Fur Hydrobiol. Suppl. Large Rivers 15, 425-442, 2005
Aquatic ecosystem functions of an isolated floodplain and their implications for flood retention and management
W Reckendorfer, A Funk, C Gschöpf, T Hein, F Schiemer
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (1), 119-128, 2013
Ecological niche models for the evaluation of management options in an urban floodplain—conservation vs. restoration purposes
A Funk, C Gschöpf, AP Blaschke, G Weigelhofer, W Reckendorfer
Environmental science & policy 34, 79-91, 2013
Aquatic diversity in a former floodplain: Remediation in an urban context
A Funk, W Reckendorfer, V Kucera-Hirzinger, R Raab, F Schiemer
Ecological engineering 35 (10), 1476-1484, 2009
Dynamics and predicted decline of Anguillicola crassus infection in European eels, Anguilla anguilla, in Neusiedler See, Austria
M Schabuss, CR Kennedy, R Konecny, B Grillitsch, W Reckendorfer, ...
Journal of helminthology 79 (2), 159-167, 2005
Temporal and spatial dynamics of 0+ Chondrostoma nasus, at the inshore zone of a large river
G Winkler, H Keckeis, W Reckendorfer, F Schiemer
FOLIA ZOOLOGICA-PRAHA- 46, 151-168, 1997
Natural levee formation along a large and regulated river: The Danube in the National Park Donau-Auen, Austria
G Klasz, W Reckendorfer, H Gabriel, C Baumgartner, R Schmalfuss, ...
Geomorphology 215, 20-33, 2014
Ecohydrology, key-concept for large river restoration
F Schiemer, T Hein, W Reckendorfer
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 7 (2), 101-111, 2007
Diet shifts in 0+ nase, Chondrostoma nasus: Size-specific differences and the effect of food availability
W Reckendorfer, H Keckeis, V Tiitu, G Winkler, H Zornig, F Schiemer
Large Rivers 12 (2-4), 425-440, 2001
The Floodplain Index–habitat values and indication weights for molluscs, dragonflies, caddisflies, amphibians and fish from Austrian Danube floodplain waterbodies
J Waringer, A Chovanec, M Straif, W Graf, W Reckendorfer, ...
Lauterbornia 54, 177-186, 2005
Das Donau-Restaurierungsprojekt: Ökologische Auswirkungen
F Schiemer, W Reckendorfer
Abhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Österreich 34, 2004
Reaction field, capture field, and search volume of 0+ nase (Chondrostoma nasus): effects of body size and water velocity
L Flore, W Reckendorfer, H Keckeis
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (2), 342-350, 2000
Metacommunity structure of aquatic gastropods in a river floodplain: the role of niche breadth and drift propensity
A Funk, F Schiemer, W Reckendorfer
Freshwater Biology 58 (12), 2505-2516, 2013
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