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Henk Siepel
Henk Siepel
hoogleraar dierecologie RU Nijmegen
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More than 75 percent decline over 27 years in total flying insect biomass in protected areas
CA Hallmann, M Sorg, E Jongejans, H Siepel, N Hofland, H Schwan, ...
PloS one 12 (10), e0185809, 2017
34672017
Avian population consequences of climate change are most severe for long-distance migrants in seasonal habitats
C Both, CAM Van Turnhout, RG Bijlsma, H Siepel, AJ Van Strien, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1685), 1259-1266, 2010
7212010
Discursive biases of the environmental research framework DPSIR
H Svarstad, LK Petersen, D Rothman, H Siepel, F Wätzold
Land use policy 25 (1), 116-125, 2008
5452008
Museum specimens reveal loss of pollen host plants as key factor driving wild bee decline in The Netherlands
J Scheper, M Reemer, R van Kats, WA Ozinga, GTJ van der Linden, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (49), 17552-17557, 2014
3612014
Feeding guilds of oribatid mites based on their carbohydrase activities
H Siepel, EM de Ruiter-Dijkman
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 25 (11), 1491-1497, 1993
2561993
Life‐history strategies in freshwater macroinvertebrates
WCEP Verberk, H Siepel, H Esselink
Freshwater Biology 53 (9), 1722-1738, 2008
2352008
Life-history tactics of soil microarthropods
H Siepel
Biology and Fertility of soils 18, 263-278, 1994
2021994
Shrinking body sizes in response to warming: explanations for the temperature–size rule with special emphasis on the role of oxygen
WCEP Verberk, D Atkinson, KN Hoefnagel, AG Hirst, CR Horne, H Siepel
Biological Reviews 96 (1), 247-268, 2021
1802021
Biodiversity of soil microarthropods: the filtering of species
H Siepel
Biodiversity & Conservation 5, 251-260, 1996
1171996
Mites of different feeding guilds affect decomposition of organic matter
H Siepel, F Maaskamp
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 26 (10), 1389-1394, 1994
1041994
Life-history and ecological correlates of population change in Dutch breeding birds
CAM Van Turnhout, RPB Foppen, RSEW Leuven, A Van Strien, H Siepel
Biological Conservation 143 (1), 173-181, 2010
972010
The influence of management practices on the microarthropod community of grassland.
H Siepel, CF Bund
971988
The importance of unpredictable and short-term environmental extremes for biodiversity in oribatid mites
H Siepel
Biodiversity Letters, 26-34, 1996
911996
Pathways for the effects of increased nitrogen deposition on fauna
ME Nijssen, MF WallisDeVries, H Siepel
Biological Conservation 212, 423-431, 2017
822017
Applications of microarthropod life-history tactics in nature management and ecotoxicology
H Siepel
Biology and fertility of soils 19, 75-83, 1995
781995
Applying life‐history strategies for freshwater macroinvertebrates to lentic waters
WCEP Verberk, H Siepel, H Esselink
Freshwater Biology 53 (9), 1739-1753, 2008
752008
Scale-dependent homogenization: changes in breeding bird diversity in the Netherlands over a 25-year period
CAM Van Turnhout, RPB Foppen, RSEW Leuven, H Siepel, H Esselink
Biological Conservation 134 (4), 505-516, 2007
722007
Importance of landscape heterogeneity for the conservation of aquatic macroinvertebrate diversity in bog landscapes
W Verberk, GA Van Duinen, AMT Brock, R Leuven, H Siepel, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 14 (2), 78-90, 2006
692006
Landscape complexity and farmland biodiversity: Evaluating the CAP target on natural elements
A Cormont, H Siepel, J Clement, TCP Melman, MF WallisDeVries, ...
Journal for Nature Conservation 30, 19-26, 2016
542016
Niche relationships between two panphytophagous soil mites, Nothrus silvestris Nicolet (Acari, Oribatida, Nothridae) and Platynothrus peltifer (Koch) (Acari …
H Siepel
Biology and Fertility of Soils 9, 139-144, 1990
511990
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