Rene van der Wal
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Ecological dynamics across the Arctic associated with recent climate change
E Post, MC Forchhammer, MS Bret-Harte, TV Callaghan, TR Christensen, ...
science 325 (5946), 1355-1358, 2009
UK National Ecosystem Assessment: understanding nature's value to society: synthesis of key findings
R Aspinall, M Austen, R Bardgett, I Bateman, P Berry, W Bird, R Bradbury, ...
Poor reproduction in forest passerines from decline of snail abundance on acidified soils
J Graveland, R Van Der Wal, JH Van Balen, AJ Van Noordwijk
Nature 368 (6470), 446-448, 1994
Digital technology and the conservation of nature
K Arts, R Van der Wal, WM Adams
Ambio 44, 661-673, 2015
Do herbivores cause habitat degradation or vegetation state transition? Evidence from the tundra
R Wal
Oikos 114 (1), 177-186, 2006
Arctic mosses govern below-ground environment and ecosystem processes
JL Gornall, IS Jónsdóttir, SJ Woodin, R Van der Wal
Oecologia 153, 931-941, 2007
Mosses mediate grazer impacts on grass abundance in arctic ecosystems
R Van der Wal, RW Brooker
Functional Ecology 18 (1), 77-86, 2004
Vertebrate herbivores and ecosystem control: cascading effects of faeces on tundra ecosystems
R Van Der Wal, RD Bardgett, KA Harrison, A Stien
Ecography 27 (2), 242-252, 2004
Trading forage quality for quantity? Plant phenology and patch choice by Svalbard reindeer
R Van der Wal, N Madan, S Van Lieshout, C Dormann, R Langvatn, ...
Oecologia 123, 108-115, 2000
The influence of vegetation type, soil properties and precipitation on the composition of soil mite and microbial communities at the landscape scale
UN Nielsen, GHR Osler, CD Campbell, DFRP Burslem, R Van Der Wal
Journal of biogeography 37 (7), 1317-1328, 2010
Patterns of herbivory along a prouductivity gradient: An empirical and theoretical investigation
J van de Koppel, J Huisman, R van der Wal, H Olff
Ecology 77 (3), 736-745, 1996
Public and professional views on invasive non-native species–A qualitative social scientific investigation
S Selge, A Fischer, R van der Wal
Biological Conservation 144 (12), 3089-3097, 2011
Developing an integrated conceptual framework to understand biodiversity conflicts
RM White, A Fischer, K Marshall, JMJ Travis, TJ Webb, S Di Falco, ...
Land use policy 26 (2), 242-253, 2009
Mosses and the struggle for light in a nitrogen-polluted world
R Van der Wal, ISK Pearce, RW Brooker
Oecologia 142, 159-168, 2005
Invasive plant suppresses charismatic seabird–the construction of attitudes towards biodiversity management options
A Fischer, R Van Der Wal
Biological conservation 135 (2), 256-267, 2007
Decline in snail abundance due to soil acidification causes eggshell defects in forest passerines
J Graveland, R Van der Wal
Oecologia 105, 351-360, 1996
Contrasting effects of summer and winter warming on body mass explain population dynamics in a food‐limited Arctic herbivore
SD Albon, RJ Irvine, O Halvorsen, R Langvatn, LE Loe, E Ropstad, ...
Global change biology 23 (4), 1374-1389, 2017
Effects of resource competition and herbivory on plant performance along a natural productivity gradient
R Van Der Wal, M Egas, A Van Der Veen, J Bakker
Journal of ecology 88 (2), 317-330, 2000
Limitations of recreational camera traps for wildlife management and conservation research: A practitioner’s perspective
S Newey, P Davidson, S Nazir, G Fairhurst, F Verdicchio, RJ Irvine, ...
Ambio 44, 624-635, 2015
Physiological and growth responses of the montane bryophyte Racomitrium lanuginosum to atmospheric nitrogen deposition
ISK Pearce, SJ Woodin, R Van der Wal
New Phytologist 160 (1), 145-155, 2003
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