Casper H.A. van Leeuwen
Casper H.A. van Leeuwen
Assistant Professor at Radboud University
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Gut travellers: internal dispersal of aquatic organisms by waterfowl
CHA van Leeuwen, G Van der Velde, JM van Groenendael, M Klaassen
Journal of Biogeography 39 (11), 2031-2040, 2012
How did this snail get here? Several dispersal vectors inferred for an aquatic invasive species
CHA Van Leeuwen, N Huig, G Van der Velde, TA Van Alen, ...
Freshwater biology 58 (1), 88-99, 2013
Experimental quantification of long distance dispersal potential of aquatic snails in the gut of migratory birds
CHA van Leeuwen, G van der Velde, B van Lith, M Klaassen
Plos One 7 (3), e32292, 2012
Prerequisites for flying snails: external transport potential of aquatic snails by waterbirds
CHA Van Leeuwen, G Van der Velde
Freshwater Science 31 (3), 963-972, 2012
Effects of rising temperature on the growth, stoichiometry and palatability of aquatic plants
P Zhang, B Grutters, CHA Van Leeuwen, J Xu, A Petruzzella, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1947, 2018
Hydrology, shore morphology and species traits affect seed dispersal, germination and community assembly in shoreline plant communities
CHA van Leeuwen, JM Sarneel, J van Paassen, WJ Rip, ES Bakker
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 998-1007, 2014
Internal transport of alien and native plants by geese and ducks: an experimental study
A García‐Álvarez, CHA van Leeuwen, CJ Luque, A Hussner, ...
Freshwater Biology 60 (7), 1316-1329, 2015
Bird‐mediated seed dispersal: reduced digestive efficiency in active birds modulates the dispersal capacity of plant seeds
E Kleyheeg, CHA van Leeuwen, MA Morison, BA Nolet, MB Soons
Oikos 124 (7), 899-907, 2015
Environmental risk assessment for invasive alien species: A case study of apple snails affecting ecosystem services in Europe
G Gilioli, G Schrader, N Carlsson, E van Donk, CHA van Leeuwen, ...
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 65, 1-11, 2017
Mechanisms of invasion resistance of aquatic plant communities
A Petruzzella, J Manschot, CHA Van Leeuwen, BMC Grutters, ES Bakker
Frontiers in plant science 9, 134, 2018
Great cormorants reveal overlooked secondary dispersal of plants and invertebrates by piscivorous waterbirds
CHA van Leeuwen, Á Lovas-Kiss, M Ovegård, AJ Green
Biology Letters 13 (10), 20170406, 2017
Interactive effects of rising temperature and nutrient enrichment on aquatic plant growth, stoichiometry, and palatability
P Zhang, A Kuramae, CHA Van Leeuwen, M Velthuis, E Van Donk, J Xu, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 11, 58, 2020
Ectothermic omnivores increase herbivory in response to rising temperature
P Zhang, CHA van Leeuwen, D Bogers, M Poelman, J Xu, ES Bakker
Oikos 129 (7), 1028-1039, 2020
Functional connectivity network between terrestrial and aquatic habitats by a generalist waterbird, and implications for biovectoring
V Martín-Vélez, B Mohring, CHA van Leeuwen, J Shamoun-Baranes, ...
Science of the Total Environment 705, 135886, 2020
Dispersal of aquatic and terrestrial organisms by waterbirds: A review of current knowledge and future priorities
AJ Green, Á Lovas‐Kiss, C Reynolds, E Sebastián‐González, GG Silva, ...
Freshwater Biology 68 (2), 173-190, 2023
Habitat fragmentation has interactive effects on the population genetic diversity and individual behaviour of a freshwater salmonid fish
CHA Van Leeuwen, K Dalen, J Museth, C Junge, LA Vøllestad
River Research and Applications, 2017
Do Red Knots (Calidris canutus islandica) routinely skip Iceland during southward migration?
MW Dietz, B Spaans, A Dekinga, M Klaassen, H Korthals, CV Leeuwen, ...
The Condor 112 (1), 48-55, 2010
Mismatch between fishway operation and timing of fish movements: a risk for cascading effects in partial migration systems
CHA van Leeuwen, J Museth, OT Sandlund, T Qvenild, LA Vøllestad
Ecology and evolution 6 (8), 2414-2425, 2016
Vector activity and propagule size affect dispersal potential by vertebrates
CHA van Leeuwen, ML Tollenaar, M Klaassen
Oecologia 170 (1), 101-109, 2012
Prior knowledge about spatial pattern affects patch assessment rather than movement between patches in tactile‐feeding mallard
RHG Klaassen, BA Nolet, CHA Van Leeuwen
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (1), 20-29, 2007
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