J.P. Bakker
J.P. Bakker
Professor of Nature Conservation
Verified email at rug.nl
TitleCited byYear
The LEDA Traitbase: a database of life‐history traits of the Northwest European flora
M Kleyer, RM Bekker, IC Knevel, JP Bakker, K Thompson, ...
Journal of Ecology 96 (6), 1266-1274, 2008
10062008
Nature management by grazing and cutting
JP Bakker
9741989
Constraints in the restoration of ecological diversity in grassland and heathland communities
JP Bakker, F Berendse
Trends in ecology & evolution 14 (2), 63-68, 1999
9231999
Seed banks and seed dispersal: important topics in restoration ecology §
JP Bakker, P Poschlod, RJ Strykstra, RM Bekker, K Thompson
Acta Botanica Neerlandica 45 (4), 461-490, 1996
7621996
An improved method for seed-bank analysis: seedling emergence after removing the soil by sieving
GNJ Ter Heerdt, GL Verweij, RM Bekker, JP Bakker
Functional Ecology, 144-151, 1996
5281996
Seed size, shape and vertical distribution in the soil: indicators of seed longevity
RM Bekker, JP Bakker, U Grandin, R Kalamees, P Milberg, P Poschlod, ...
Functional Ecology 12 (5), 834-842, 1998
5201998
Relationship between soil chemical factors and grassland diversity
F Janssens, A Peeters, JRB Tallowin, JP Bakker, RM Bekker, F Fillat, ...
Plant and soil 202 (1), 69-78, 1998
4841998
Long‐term vegetation dynamics: Introduction
JP Bakker, JH Willems, M Zobel
Journal of Vegetation Science 7 (2), 146-146, 1996
419*1996
Why do we need permanent plots in the study of long‐term vegetation dynamics?
JP Bakker, H Olff, JH Willems, M Zobel
Journal of Vegetation Science 7 (2), 147-156, 1996
4021996
Ecological correlates of seed persistence in soil in the north‐west European flora
K Thompson, JP Bakker, RM Bekker, JG Hodgson
Journal of Ecology 86 (1), 163-169, 1998
3881998
Soil seed banks in European grasslands: does land use affect regeneration perspectives?
RM Bekker, GL Verweij, REN Smith, R Reine, JP Bakker, S Schneider
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1293-1310, 1997
3441997
Changing land use and its impact on biodiversity
P Poschlod, JP Bakker, S Kahmen
Basic and Applied Ecology 6 (2), 93-98, 2005
3102005
Vegetation succession and herbivory in a salt marsh: changes induced by sea level rise and silt deposition along an elevational gradient
HD Olff, J De Leeuw, JP Bakker, RJ Platerink, HJ Van Wijnen
Journal of Ecology, 799-814, 1997
2701997
Predictability of plant species composition from environmental conditions is constrained by dispersal limitation
WA Ozinga, JHJ Schaminée, RM Bekker, S Bonn, P Poschlod, ...
Oikos 108 (3), 555-561, 2005
2502005
Self‐organization and vegetation collapse in salt marsh ecosystems
J van de Koppel, D van der Wal, JP Bakker, PMJ Herman
The American Naturalist 165 (1), E1-E12, 2005
2472005
Micro-patterns in grassland vegetation created and sustained by sheep-grazing
JP Bakker, J De Leeuw, SE Van Wieren
Vegetatio 55 (3), 153-161, 1984
2421984
Dispersal failure contributes to plant losses in NW Europe
WA Ozinga, C Römermann, RM Bekker, A Prinzing, WLM Tamis, ...
Ecology Letters 12 (1), 66-74, 2009
2362009
Dispersal phenology of hydrochorous plants in relation to discharge, seed release time and buoyancy of seeds: the flood pulse concept supported
GER Boedeltje, JP Bakker, A Ten Brinke, JM Van Groenendael, ...
Journal of Ecology 92 (5), 786-796, 2004
2262004
Long-term changes of salt marsh communities by cattle grazing
H Andresen, JP Bakker, M Brongers, B Heydemann, U Irmler
Vegetatio 89 (2), 137-148, 1990
2251990
Plant dispersal in a lowland stream in relation to occurrence and three specific life‐history traits of the species in the species pool
G Boedeltje, JP Bakker, RM Bekker, JM Van Groenendael, M Soesbergen
Journal of Ecology 91 (5), 855-866, 2003
2212003
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