Harry olde Venterink
Harry olde Venterink
Professor of Functional Plant Ecology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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Endangered plants persist under phosphorus limitation
MJ Wassen, HO Venterink, ED Lapshina, F Tanneberger
Nature 437 (7058), 547-550, 2005
Species richness–productivity patterns differ between N‐, P‐, and K‐limited wetlands
H Olde Venterink, MJ Wassen, AWM Verkroost, PC De Ruiter
Ecology 84 (8), 2191-2199, 2003
Impact of drying and re-wetting on N, P and K dynamics in a wetland soil
HO Venterink, TE Davidsson, K Kiehl, L Leonardson
Plant and soil 243 (1), 119-130, 2002
Nutrient concentrations in mire vegetation as a measure of nutrient limitation in mire ecosystems
MJ Wassen, HGM Olde Venterink, EOAM de Swart
Journal of Vegetation Science 6 (1), 5-16, 1995
Chemical and biological gradients along the Damma glacier soil chronosequence, Switzerland
SM Bernasconi, A Bauder, B Bourdon, I Brunner, E Bünemann, I Chris, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 10 (3), 867-883, 2011
Low investment in sexual reproduction threatens plants adapted to phosphorus limitation
Y Fujita, HO Venterink, PM Van Bodegom, JC Douma, GW Heil, N Hölzel, ...
Nature 505 (7481), 82-86, 2014
Patterns in vegetation, hydrology, and nutrient availability in an undisturbed river floodplain in Poland
MJ Wassen, WHM Peeters, H Olde Venterink
Plant Ecology 165 (1), 27-43, 2003
Importance of sediment deposition and denitrification for nutrient retention in floodplain wetlands
H Olde Venterink, JE Vermaat, M Pronk, F Wiegman, GE Van Der Lee, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 9 (2), 163-174, 2006
N, P, and K budgets along nutrient availability and productivity gradients in wetlands
HO Venterink, NM Pieterse, JDM Belgers, MJ Wassen, PC De Ruiter
Ecological Applications 12 (4), 1010-1026, 2002
Plant species from mesotrophic wetlands cause relatively high methane emissions from peat soil
A Koelbener, L Ström, PJ Edwards, H Olde Venterink
Plant and Soil 326 (1), 147-158, 2010
Competitive interactions between two meadow grasses under nitrogen and phosphorus limitation
HO Venterink, S Güsewell
Functional Ecology 24 (4), 877-886, 2010
Nutrient limitation along a productivity gradient in wet meadows
H Olde Venterink, RE Van Der Vliet, MJ Wassen
Plant and Soil 234 (2), 171-179, 2001
Does phosphorus limitation promote species-rich plant communities?
H Olde Venterink
Plant and Soil 345 (1), 1-9, 2011
Soil bacterial growth and nutrient limitation along a chronosequence from a glacier forefield
H Göransson, HO Venterink, E Bååth
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (6), 1333-1340, 2011
Woody encroachment reduces nutrient limitation and promotes soil carbon sequestration
WJ Blaser, GK Shanungu, PJ Edwards, H Olde Venterink
Ecology and evolution 4 (8), 1423-1438, 2014
Control of environmental variables on species density in fens and meadows: importance of direct effects and effects through community biomass
HO Venterink, MJ Wassen, JDM Belgers, JTA Verhoeven
Journal of Ecology, 1033-1040, 2001
Invasive forbs differ functionally from native graminoids, but are similar to native forbs
D Scharfy, A Funk, H Olde Venterink, S Güsewell
New Phytologist 189 (3), 818-828, 2011
Effects of herbivory, fire and N2-fixation on nutrient limitation in a humid African savanna
PG Cech, T Kuster, PJ Edwards, H Olde Venterink
Ecosystems 11 (6), 991-1004, 2008
Methane transport and emissions from soil as affected by water table and vascular plants
GS Bhullar, M Iravani, PJ Edwards, H Olde Venterink
BMC ecology 13 (1), 1-9, 2013
Long-term effects of drainage and hay-removal on nutrient dynamics and limitation in the Biebrza mires, Poland
H Olde Venterink, I Kardel, W Kotowski, W Peeters, MJ Wassen
Biogeochemistry 93 (3), 235-252, 2009
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