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Incorporating microbial ecology concepts into global soil mineralization models to improve predictions of carbon and nitrogen fluxes \ Global biogeochemical cycles : an international journal of global change [Scientific article]
Fujita, Y. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2014
Global models of soil carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) fluxes become increasingly needed to describe climate change impacts, yet they typically have limited ability to reflect microbial activities that may affect global-scale soil dynamics. Benefiting fro ...
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Is the differential response of riparian plant performance to extreme drought and inundation events related to differences in intraspecific trait variation? \ Functional plant biology / Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australian Academy of Science [Scientific article]
Knaap, Y.A.M. van der \ Aerts, R. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2014
Previous research on the impacts of extreme events has focussed mainly on plant performance. Selective effects of extremes suggests that appropriate traits to withstand extremes, or the ability to modulate traits, may increase the competitive advanta ...
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Climate change and water conservation effects on vegetation patterns in a stream catchment [Poster]
Knaap, Y.A.M. van der \ Graaf, M. de \ Ek, R. van \ Witte, J.-P. \ Aerts, R. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2014
Y. Van der Knaap, M. De Graaf, R. Van Ek, J.P. Witte, R. Aerts, M. Bierkens, P. Van Bodegom (2014). Climate change and water conservation effects on vegetation patterns in a stream catchment. Poster P060: Presented at the International Conference: De ...
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Synthesis of ecosystem vulnerability to climate change in the Netherlands shows the need to consider environmental fluctuations in adaptation measures \ Regional environmental change [Scientific article]
Bodegom, P.M. van \ Verboom-Vasiljev, J. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Vos, C.C. \ Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Geertsema, W. \ Cormont, A. \ Veen, M. van der \ Aerts, R. \ 2014
Climate change impacts on individual species are various and range from shifts in phenology and functional properties to changes in productivity and dispersal. The combination of impacts determines future biodiversity and species composition, but is ...
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Unsaturated hydraulic properties of xerophilous mosses: towards implementation of moss covered soils in hydrological models \ Hydrological processes : an international journal [Scientific article]
Voortman, B.R. \ Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Gooren, H. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ Witte, J.P.M. \ 2014
Evaporation from mosses and lichens can form a major component of the water balance, especially in ecosystems where mosses and lichens often grow abundantly, such as tundra, deserts and bogs. To facilitate moss representation in hydrological models, ...
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Climate change and water conservation effects on water availability and vegetation patterns in a stream valley \ Geophysical Research Abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Knaap, Y.A.M. van der \ Graaf, M. de \ Ek, R. van \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Aerts, R. \ Bierkens, M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2014
Presentation at the EGU General Assembly 2014, Session General Ecohydrology, 29 April 2014 in Vienna, Austria.
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Relationships between nutrient-related plant traits and combinations of soil N and P fertility measures \ PLoS One / Public Library of Science [Scientific article]
Fujita, Y. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Witte, J.P.M. \ 2013
Soil fertility and nutrient-related plant functional traits are in general only moderately related, hindering the progress in trait-based prediction models of vegetation patterns. Although the relationships may have been obscured by suboptimal choice ...
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Towards a proper integration of hydrology in predicting soil nitrogen mineralization rates along natural moisture gradients \ Soil biology and biochemistry [Scientific article]
Fujita, Y. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Olde Venterink, H. \ Runhaar, H. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ 2013
The controlling effects of soil moisture on soil nitrogen (N) supply to plants have been well established from lab experiments, and are often incorporated in soil organic matter (SOM) models, but rarely tested in the field along natural gradients of ...
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Incorporating microbial ecology concepts into soil mineralization models to improve regional predictions of carbon and nitrogen fluxes \ Geophysical research abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Fujita, Y. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2013
Our study thus identified two important ways to improve predictions of regional fluxes of soil C and N: the use of site-specific input values of microbial pool, and better formulations of microbial processes, particularly those related to the effects ...
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The sequence of short-term extreme drought and inundation events determines riparian plant performance \ Climate Extremes and Biogeochemical Cycles 2 – 5 April 2013, Congress Center Seefeld / Austria: abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Knaap, Y.A.M. van der \ Aerts, R. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2013
Poster presentation about a study aiming to test whether multiple extreme weather events can trigger trait plasticity in plants and if that improves plant performance.
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Disturbance and resource availability act differently on the same suite of plant traits; revisiting assembly hypotheses \ Ecology : (all forms of life in relation to environment) : official publication of the Ecological society of America [Scientific article]
Douma, J.C. \ Shipley, B. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Aerts, R. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2012
Understanding the mechanisms of trait selection at the scale of plant communities is a crucial step toward predicting community assembly. Although it is commonly assumed that disturbance and resource availability constrain separate suites of traits, ...
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Towards a functional basis for predicting vegetation patterns; incorporating plant traits in habitat distribution models \ Ecography : pattern and diversity in ecology / [issued by the Nordic Society Oikos] [Scientific article]
Douma, J.C. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Aerts, R. \ Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Ordonez, J.C. \ Olde Venterink, H. \ Wassen, M.J. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2012
Reliably predicting vegetation distribution requires habitat distribution models (HDMs) that are ecologically sound. Current correlative HDMs are increasingly criticized because they lack sufficient functional basis. To include functional information ...
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Succession-induced trait shifts across a wide range of NW-European ecosystems are driven by light and modulated by initial abiotic conditions \ Journal of ecology / British Ecological Society [Scientific article]
Douma, J.C. \ Haan, M.W.A. de \ Aerts, R. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2012
For truly predictive community ecology, it is essential to understand the interplay between species traits, their environment and their impacts on the composition of plant communities. These interactions are increasingly understood for various enviro ...
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Process-based proxy of oxygen stress surpasses indirect ones in predicting vegetation characteristics \ Ecohydrology [Scientific article]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Becker, P. de \ Aerts, R. \ 2012
Robust relationships among soil, water, atmosphere and plants are needed to reliably forecast the plant species composition. In this paper, we show the need for, and the application of, a process-based relationship between soil moisture conditions an ...
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The influence of spatiotemporal variability and adaptations to hypoxia on empirical relationships between soil acidity and vegetation \ Ecohydrology [Scientific article]
Cirkel, D.G. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Nijp, J.J. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2012
Soil acidity is well known to affect the species composition of natural vegetation. The physiological adaptations of plants to soil acidity and related toxicity effects and nutrient deficiencies are, however, complex, manifold and hard to measure. Th ...
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A combination of functionally different plant traits provides a means to quantitatively predict a broad range of species assemblages in NW Europe \ Ecography : pattern and diversity in ecology / [issued by the Nordic Society Oikos] [Scientific article]
Douma, J.C. \ Aerts, R. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bekker, R.M. \ Kunzmann, D. \ Metselaar, K. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ 2012
Assembly theory predicts that filtering processes will select species by their attributes to build a community. Some filters increase functional similarity among species, while others lead to dissimilarity. Assuming converging processes to be dominan ...
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Contrasting extremes in water-related stresses determine species survival \ Geographical Research Abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2012
Contribution to the EGU General Assembly 2012.
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An ecohydrological sketch of climate change impacts on water and natural ecosystems for the Netherlands: bridging the gap between science and society \ Hydrology and earth system sciences [Scientific article]
Witte, J.P.M. \ Runhaar, J. \ Ek, R. van \ Hoek, D.C.J. van der \ Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Batelaan, O. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Wassen, M.J. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2012
For policy making and spatial planning, information is needed about the impacts of climate change on natural ecosystems. To provide this information, commonly hydrological and ecological models are used. We give arguments for our assessment that mode ...
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Climate change threatens endangered plant species by stronger and interacting water-related stresses \ Samenvattingen Bodem Breed: 23e Nationaal Symposium Bodem Breed, 29 en 30 november 2011 Congrescentum De Werelt te Lunteren [Conference proceedings]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2011
Abstract of research showing that the combined effect of increased rainfall variability, temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentration will lead to an increased variability in both wet and dry extremes in stresses faced by plants. Plant stresses were ...
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Climate change threatens endangered plant species by stronger and interacting water-related stresses \ Journal of geophysical research. G, Biogeosciences [Scientific article]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2011
Atmospheric CO2-concentration, temperature and rainfall variability are all expected to increase in the near future. The resulting increased dynamics of soil moisture contents, together with increased plant physiological demands for both oxygen and w ...
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