Sabine Both
TitleCited byYear
Community assembly during secondary forest succession in a Chinese subtropical forest
H Bruelheide, M Böhnke, S Both, T Fang, T Assmann, M Baruffol, ...
Ecological Monographs 81 (1), 25-41, 2011
1802011
Designing forest biodiversity experiments: general considerations illustrated by a new large experiment in subtropical China
H Bruelheide, K Nadrowski, T Assmann, J Bauhus, S Both, F Buscot, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (1), 74-89, 2014
1532014
Establishment success in a forest biodiversity and ecosystem functioning experiment in subtropical China (BEF-China)
X Yang, J Bauhus, S Both, T Fang, W Härdtle, W Kröber, K Ma, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 132 (4), 593-606, 2013
772013
Predator diversity and abundance provide little support for the enemies hypothesis in forests of high tree diversity
A Schuldt, S Both, H Bruelheide, W Härdtle, B Schmid, H Zhou, ...
PloS one 6 (7), e22905, 2011
632011
Impacts of species richness on productivity in a large-scale subtropical forest experiment
Y Huang, Y Chen, N Castro-Izaguirre, M Baruffol, M Brezzi, A Lang, Y Li, ...
Science 362 (6410), 80-83, 2018
522018
Community assembly of ectomycorrhizal fungi along a subtropical secondary forest succession
C Gao, Y Zhang, NN Shi, Y Zheng, L Chen, T Wubet, H Bruelheide, ...
New Phytologist 205 (2), 771-785, 2015
442015
Lack of tree layer control on herb layer characteristics in a subtropical forest, China
S Both, T Fang, M Böhnke, H Bruelheide, C Geißler, P Kühn, T Scholten, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 22 (6), 1120-1131, 2011
362011
Forest age and plant species composition determine the soil fungal community composition in a Chinese subtropical forest
YT Wu, T Wubet, S Trogisch, S Both, T Scholten, H Bruelheide, F Buscot
PLoS One 8 (6), e66829, 2013
352013
Relationships between soil microorganisms, plant communities, and soil characteristics in Chinese subtropical forests
YT Wu, J Gutknecht, K Nadrowski, C Geißler, P Kühn, T Scholten, S Both, ...
Ecosystems 15 (4), 624-636, 2012
342012
Multitrophic diversity in a biodiverse forest is highly nonlinear across spatial scales
A Schuldt, T Wubet, F Buscot, M Staab, T Assmann, ...
Nature communications 6, 10169, 2015
302015
Logging disturbance shifts net primary productivity and its allocation in Bornean tropical forests
T Riutta, Y Malhi, LK Kho, TR Marthews, W Huaraca Huasco, MS Khoo, ...
Global change biology 24 (7), 2913-2928, 2018
172018
Canopy structure and topography jointly constrain the microclimate of human‐modified tropical landscapes
T Jucker, SR Hardwick, S Both, DMO Elias, RM Ewers, DT Milodowski, ...
Global change biology 24 (11), 5243-5258, 2018
112018
Impact of tree diversity and environmental conditions on the survival of shrub species in a forest biodiversity experiment in subtropical China
B Yang, Y Li, B Ding, S Both, A Erfmeier, W Härdtle, K Ma, B Schmid, ...
Journal of Plant Ecology 10 (1), 179-189, 2017
112017
Elevation, topography, and edge effects drive functional composition of woody plant species in tropical montane forests
A Apaza‐Quevedo, D Lippok, I Hensen, M Schleuning, S Both
Biotropica 47 (4), 449-458, 2015
102015
Functional trait similarity of native and invasive herb species in subtropical China—Environment-specific differences are the key
D Bachmann, S Both, H Bruelheide, BY Ding, M Gao, W Härdtle, ...
Environmental and experimental botany 83, 82-92, 2012
102012
Effects of tree sapling diversity and nutrient addition on herb-layer invasibility in communities of subtropical species
S Both, T Fang, M Baruffol, B Schmid, H Bruelheide, A Erfmeier
Open Journal of Ecology 2 (1), 1-11, 2012
102012
Toward a methodical framework for comprehensively assessing forest multifunctionality
S Trogisch, A Schuldt, J Bauhus, JA Blum, S Both, F Buscot, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (24), 10652-10674, 2017
92017
Logging and soil nutrients independently explain plant trait expression in tropical forests
S Both, T Riutta, CET Paine, DMO Elias, RS Cruz, A Jain, D Johnson, ...
New Phytologist 221 (4), 1853-1865, 2019
72019
Tree species traits but not diversity mitigate stem breakage in a subtropical forest following a rare and extreme ice storm
K Nadrowski, K Pietsch, M Baruffol, S Both, J Gutknecht, H Bruelheide, ...
PloS one 9 (5), e96022, 2014
62014
Land use not litter quality is a stronger driver of decomposition in hyperdiverse tropical forest
S Both, DMO Elias, UH Kritzler, NJ Ostle, D Johnson
Ecology and evolution 7 (22), 9307-9318, 2017
52017
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