Heike Zimmermann
Heike Zimmermann
Research Assistant, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany
Η διεύθυνση ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου έχει επαληθευτεί στον τομέα leuphana.de
Τίτλος
Παρατίθεται από
Παρατίθεται από
Έτος
Highly Reduced Genetic Diversity of Rosa rubiginosa L. Populations in the Invasive Range
H Zimmermann, CM Ritz, H Hirsch, D Renison, K Wesche, I Hensen
International Journal of Plant Sciences 171 (4), 435-446, 2010
412010
Agroforestry species of the Bolivian Andes: an integrated assessment of ecological, economic and socio-cultural plant values
R Brandt, H Zimmermann, I Hensen, JCM Castro, S Rist
Agroforestry systems 86 (1), 1-16, 2012
292012
Habitat invasion risk assessment based on Landsat 5 data, exemplified by the shrub Rosa rubiginosa in southern Argentina
H Zimmermann, H Von Wehrden, MA Damascos, D Bran, E Welk, ...
Austral Ecology 36 (7), 870-880, 2011
292011
Do we need livestock grazing to promote Polylepis australis tree recruitment in the Central Argentinean Mountains?
H Zimmermann, D Renison, I Leyer, I Hensen
Ecological Research 24 (5), 1075-1081, 2009
282009
Predictive mapping of plant species and communities using GIS and Landsat data in a southern Mongolian mountain range
H Von Wehrden, H Zimmermann, J Hanspach, K Ronnenberg, K Wesche
Folia Geobotanica 44 (3), 211, 2009
202009
Tracking the Origin of Invasive Rosa rubiginosa Populations in Argentina
H Hirsch, H Zimmermann, CM Ritz, V Wissemann, H Wehrden, D Renison, ...
International Journal of Plant Sciences 172 (4), 530-540, 2011
182011
The exotic shrub Rosa rubiginosa as a nurse plant. Implications for the restoration of disturbed temperate forests in Patagonia, Argentina
M Svriz, MA Damascos, H Zimmermann, I Hensen
Forest ecology and management 289, 234-242, 2013
162013
Rosa
MJM Smulders, P Arens, CFS Koning-Boucoiran, VW Gitonga, FA Krens, ...
Wild Crop Relatives: Genomic and Breeding Resources, 243-275, 2011
142011
The Human Release Hypothesis for biological invasions: human activity as a determinant of the abundance of invasive plant species
H Zimmermann, P Brandt, J Fischer, E Welk, H von Wehrden
F1000Research 3, 2014
132014
Research on the social perception of invasive species: A systematic literature review
K Kapitza, H Zimmermann, B Martín-López, H von Wehrden
NeoBiota 43, 47, 2019
112019
Shrub management is the principal driver of differing population sizes between native and invasive populations of Rosa rubiginosa L.
H Zimmermann, H von Wehrden, D Renison, K Wesche, E Welk, ...
Biological Invasions 14 (10), 2141-2157, 2012
102012
Aliens in Transylvania: risk maps of invasive alien plant species in Central Romania
H Zimmermann, J Loos, H von Wehrden, J Fischer
NeoBiota 24, 55, 2015
82015
A social–ecological systems framework as a tool for understanding the effectiveness of biosphere reserve management
AF Ferreira, H Zimmermann, R Santos, H Von Wehrden
Sustainability 10 (10), 3608, 2018
52018
Rosa in Kole C (ed.) wild crop relatives: Genomic and breeding resources plantation and ornamental crops
MJM Smulders, P Arens, CFS Koning-Boucoiran, VW Gitonga, FA Krens, ...
Springer, Heidelberg Dordrecht London New York, 2011
42011
Temporal patterns in ecosystem services research: A review and three recommendations
AL Rau, V Burkhardt, C Dorninger, C Hjort, K Ibe, L Keßler, JA Kristensen, ...
Ambio 49 (8), 1377-1393, 2020
22020
Towards more effective and transferable transition experiments: learning through stratification
JO Engler, H Zimmermann, DJ Lang, RL Feller, H von Wehrden
Sustainability Science 14 (6), 1503-1514, 2019
12019
Linking large-scale and small-scale distribution patterns of steppe plant species—An example using fourth-corner analysis
J Treiber, H von Wehrden, H Zimmermann, E Welk, EJ Jäger, ...
Flora 263, 151553, 2020
2020
Biosphere Reserves’ Management Effectiveness—A Systematic Literature Review and a Research Agenda
AF Ferreira, H Zimmermann, R Santos, H von Wehrden
Sustainability 12 (14), 5497, 2020
2020
Leverage Points 2019: a transdisciplinary conference, inspiring change
J Leventon, S Becker, H Zimmermann, H von Wehrden
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 28 (1), 55-57, 2019
2019
The Human Release Hypothesis for biological invasions: human activity as a determinant of the abundance of invasive plant species [version 1; referees: 2 approved]
H Zimmermann, P Brandt, J Fischer, E Welk, H von Wehrden
2014
Δεν είναι δυνατή η εκτέλεση της ενέργειας από το σύστημα αυτή τη στιγμή. Προσπαθήστε ξανά αργότερα.
Άρθρα 1–20