Martin Wassen
Martin Wassen
Professor Environmental Science, Utrecht University
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Endangered plants persist under phosphorus limitation
MJ Wassen, HO Venterink, ED Lapshina, F Tanneberger
Nature 437 (7058), 547-550, 2005
Species richness–productivity patterns differ between N‐, P‐, and K‐limited wetlands
H Olde Venterink, MJ Wassen, AWM Verkroost, PC De Ruiter
Ecology 84 (8), 2191-2199, 2003
Calibrating Ellenberg indicator values for moisture, acidity, nutrient availability and salinity in the Netherlands
ACD Ertsen, JRM Alkemade, MJ Wassen
Plant Ecology 135 (1), 113-124, 1998
Trophic interactions in a changing world
WH van der Putten, PC de Ruiter, TM Bezemer, JA Harvey, M Wassen, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 5 (6), 487-494, 2004
Fens and floodplains of the temperate zone: present status, threats, conservation and restoration
R van Diggelen, B Middleton, J Bakker, A Grootjans, M Wassen
Applied Vegetation Science 9 (2), 157-162, 2006
Nutrient concentrations in mire vegetation as a measure of nutrient limitation in mire ecosystems
MJ Wassen, HGM Olde Venterink, EOAM de Swart
Journal of Vegetation Science 6 (1), 5-16, 1995
A putative mechanism for bog patterning
M Rietkerk, SC Dekker, MJ Wassen, AWM Verkroost, MFP Bierkens
The American Naturalist 163 (5), 699-708, 2004
The relationship between fen vegetation gradients, groundwater flow and flooding in an undrained valley mire at Biebrza, Poland
MJ Wassen, A Barendregt, A Palczynski, JT De Smidt, H De Mars
The Journal of Ecology, 1106-1122, 1990
Patterns in vegetation, hydrology, and nutrient availability in an undisturbed river floodplain in Poland
MJ Wassen, WHM Peeters, HO Venterink
Plant Ecology 165 (1), 27-43, 2003
Climate forcing due to optimization of maximal leaf conductance in subtropical vegetation under rising CO2
HJ de Boer, EI Lammertsma, F Wagner-Cremer, DL Dilcher, MJ Wassen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (10), 4041-4046, 2011
Nutrients and hydrology indicate the driving mechanisms of peatland surface patterning
MB Eppinga, PC De Ruiter, MJ Wassen, M Rietkerk
The American Naturalist 173 (6), 803-818, 2009
N, P, and K budgets along nutrient availability and productivity gradients in wetlands
HO Venterink, NM Pieterse, JDM Belgers, MJ Wassen, PC De Ruiter
Ecological Applications 12 (4), 1010-1026, 2002
Inclusion of biotic stress (consumer pressure) alters predictions from the stress gradient hypothesis
C Smit, M Rietkerk, MJ Wassen
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1215-1219, 2009
Regular surface patterning of peatlands: confronting theory with field data
MB Eppinga, M Rietkerk, W Borren, ED Lapshina, W Bleuten, MJ Wassen
Ecosystems 11 (4), 520-536, 2008
Linking habitat modification to catastrophic shifts and vegetation patterns in bogs
MB Eppinga, M Rietkerk, MJ Wassen, PC De Ruiter
Plant Ecology 200 (1), 53-68, 2009
Nutrient limitation along a productivity gradient in wet meadows
HO Venterink, RE Van der Vliet, MJ Wassen
Plant and Soil 234 (2), 171-179, 2001
Low investment in sexual reproduction threatens plants adapted to phosphorus limitation
Y Fujita, HO Venterink, PM Van Bodegom, JC Douma, GW Heil, N Hölzel, ...
Nature 505 (7481), 82-86, 2014
The contribution of nitrogen deposition to the photosynthetic capacity of forests
K Fleischer, KT Rebel, MK Van Der Molen, JW Erisman, MJ Wassen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 27 (1), 187-199, 2013
Groundwater chemistry and vegetation of gradients from rich fen to poor fen in the Naardermeer (the Netherlands)
MJ Wassen, A Barendregt, MC Bootsma, PP Schot
Vegetatio 79 (3), 117-132, 1988
Increased N affects P uptake of eight grassland species: the role of root surface phosphatase activity
Y Fujita, BJM Robroek, PC De Ruiter, GW Heil, MJ Wassen
Oikos 119 (10), 1665-1673, 2010
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