Katharina Dehnen-Schmutz
Katharina Dehnen-Schmutz
Associate Professor, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience, Coventry University
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How to manage biological invasions under globalization
C Perrings, K Dehnen-Schmutz, J Touza, M Williamson
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (5), 212-215, 2005
The changing role of ornamental horticulture in alien plant invasions
M Van Kleunen, F Essl, J Pergl, G Brundu, M Carboni, S Dullinger, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (3), 1421-1437, 2018
The horticultural trade and ornamental plant invasions in Britain
K DEHNEN‐SCHMUTZ, J Touza, C Perrings, M Williamson
Conservation Biology 21 (1), 224-231, 2007
A century of the ornamental plant trade and its impact on invasion success
K Dehnen‐Schmutz, J Touza, C Perrings, M Williamson
Diversity and Distributions 13 (5), 527-534, 2007
TEASIng apart alien species risk assessments: a framework for best practices
B Leung, N Roura‐Pascual, S Bacher, J Heikkilä, L Brotons, MA Burgman, ...
Ecology Letters 15 (12), 1475-1493, 2012
Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity in Great Britain
HE Roy, J Peyton, DC Aldridge, T Bantock, TM Blackburn, R Britton, ...
Global change biology 20 (12), 3859-3871, 2014
Explaining people's perceptions of invasive alien species: A conceptual framework
RT Shackleton, DM Richardson, CM Shackleton, B Bennett, SL Crowley, ...
Journal of environmental management 229, 10-26, 2019
An ecological future for weed science to sustain crop production and the environment. A review
C MacLaren, J Storkey, A Menegat, H Metcalfe, K Dehnen-Schmutz
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 40, 1-29, 2020
Guidance on quantitative pest risk assessment
EFSA Panel on Plant Health (PLH), M Jeger, C Bragard, D Caffier, ...
Efsa Journal 16 (8), e05350, 2018
Stakeholder engagement in the study and management of invasive alien species
RT Shackleton, T Adriaens, G Brundu, K Dehnen-Schmutz, RA Estévez, ...
Journal of environmental management 229, 88-101, 2019
Plant health and global change–some implications for landscape management
M Pautasso, K Dehnen‐Schmutz, O Holdenrieder, S Pietravalle, ...
Biological Reviews 85 (4), 729-755, 2010
A framework for engaging stakeholders on the management of alien species
A Novoa, R Shackleton, S Canavan, C Cybele, SJ Davies, ...
Journal of environmental management 205, 286-297, 2018
Integrating invasive species policies across ornamental horticulture supply chains to prevent plant invasions
PE Hulme, G Brundu, M Carboni, K Dehnen‐Schmutz, S Dullinger, ...
Journal of applied ecology 55 (1), 92-98, 2018
Does public awareness increase support for invasive species management? Promising evidence across taxa and landscape types
A Novoa, K Dehnen-Schmutz, J Fried, G Vimercati
Biological invasions 19 (12), 3691-3705, 2017
The distribution of range sizes of native and alien plants in four European countries and the effects of residence time
M Williamson, K Dehnen‐Schmutz, I Kühn, M Hill, S Klotz, A Milbau, ...
Diversity and Distributions 15 (1), 158-166, 2009
Structural change in the international horticultural industry: some implications for plant health
K Dehnen-Schmutz, O Holdenrieder, MJ Jeger, M Pautasso
Scientia Horticulturae 125 (1), 1-15, 2010
Cover crop biomass production is more important than diversity for weed suppression
C MacLaren, P Swanepoel, J Bennett, J Wright, K Dehnen-Schmutz
Crop Science 59 (2), 733-748, 2019
Controlling Rhododendron ponticum in the British Isles: an economic analysis
K Dehnen-Schmutz, C Perrings, M Williamson
Journal of Environmental Management 70 (4), 323-332, 2004
Exploring the role of smartphone technology for citizen science in agriculture
K Dehnen-Schmutz, GL Foster, L Owen, S Persello
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 36 (2), 1-8, 2016
The revolution of mobile phone-enabled services for agricultural development (m-Agri services) in Africa: The challenges for sustainability
EM Emeana, L Trenchard, K Dehnen-Schmutz
Sustainability 12 (2), 485, 2020
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