Thilo Heinken
Thilo Heinken
Biodiversity Research, University of Potsdam
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Microclimate moderates plant responses to macroclimate warming
P De Frenne, F Rodríguez-Sánchez, DA Coomes, L Baeten, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (46), 18561-18565, 2013
Forest microclimate dynamics drive plant responses to warming
F Zellweger, P De Frenne, J Lenoir, P Vangansbeke, K Verheyen, ...
Science 368 (6492), 772-775, 2020
Driving factors behind the eutrophication signal in understorey plant communities of deciduous temperate forests
K Verheyen, L Baeten, P De Frenne, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, J Brunet, ...
Journal of Ecology 100 (2), 352-365, 2012
On the use of weather data in ecological studies along altitudinal and latitudinal gradients
BJ Graae, P De Frenne, A Kolb, J Brunet, O Chabrerie, K Verheyen, ...
Oikos 121 (1), 3-19, 2012
Seed dispersal by ungulates as an ecological filter: A trait‐based meta‐analysis
A Albert, AG Auffret, E Cosyns, SAO Cousins, B D'hondt, C Eichberg, ...
Oikos 124 (9), 1109-1120, 2015
Temperature effects on forest herbs assessed by warming and transplant experiments along a latitudinal gradient
P De Frenne, J Brunet, A Shevtsova, A Kolb, BJ Graae, O Chabrerie, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (10), 3240-3253, 2011
Drivers of temporal changes in temperate forest plant diversity vary across spatial scales
M Bernhardt‐Römermann, L Baeten, D Craven, P De Frenne, R Hédl, ...
Global change biology 21 (10), 3726-3737, 2015
Do Wild Ungulates Contribute to the Dispersal of Vascular Plants in Central European Forests by Epizoochory? A Case Study in NE Germany: Trägt Schalenwild durch Epizoochorie …
T Heinken, D Raudnitschka
Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 121 (4), 179-194, 2002
Global environmental change effects on plant community composition trajectories depend upon management legacies
MP Perring, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, L Baeten, G Midolo, H Blondeel, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (4), 1722-1740, 2018
Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research
K Verheyen, P De Frenne, L Baeten, DM Waller, R Hédl, MP Perring, ...
BioScience 67 (1), 73-83, 2017
Dispersal patterns of terricolous lichens by thallus fragments
T Heinken
The Lichenologist 31 (6), 603-612, 1999
Dispersal of vascular plants by four species of wild mammals in a deciduous forest in NE Germany
T Heinken, H Hanspach, D Raudnitschka, F Schaumann
Phytocoenologia 32 (4), 627-644, 2002
Replacements of small-by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome
IR Staude, DM Waller, M Bernhardt-Römermann, AD Bjorkman, J Brunet, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (6), 802-808, 2020
Endozoochorous seed dispersal by martens (Martes foina, M. martes) in two woodland habitats
F Schaumann, T Heinken
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 197 (5), 370-378, 2002
Climate signals derived from cell anatomy of Scots pine in NE Germany
W Liang, I Heinrich, S Simard, G Helle, ID Liñán, T Heinken
Tree physiology 33 (8), 833-844, 2013
Soil seed banks near rubbing trees indicate dispersal of plant species into forests by wild boar
T Heinken, M Schmidt, G Von Oheimb, WU Kriebitzsch, H Ellenberg
Basic and applied ecology 7 (1), 31-44, 2006
Naturnahe Laub-und Nadelwälder grundwasserferner-Standorte im niedersächsischen Tiefland
T Heinken
Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1995
Observer and relocation errors matter in resurveys of historical vegetation plots
K Verheyen, M Ba¾ány, E Cheæko, M Chudomelová, D Closset‐Kopp, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 29 (5), 812-823, 2018
Patterns of long‐term vegetation change vary between different types of semi‐natural grasslands in Western and Central Europe
M Diekmann, C Andres, T Becker, J Bennie, V Blüml, JM Bullock, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 30 (2), 187-202, 2019
Querco-Fagetea (H5)–Sommergrüne Laubwälder, Teil 1: Quercion roboris–Bodensaure Eichenmischwälder
W Härdtle, T Heinken, J Pallas, W Welß
Synopsis Pflanzenges. Deutschlands 2, 1-51, 1997
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