Henrik J. de Knegt
Henrik J. de Knegt
postdoctoral researcher, Wageningen University
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TitleCited byYear
Spatial autocorrelation and the scaling of species–environment relationships
HJ De Knegt, F van Langevelde, MB Coughenour, AK Skidmore, ...
Ecology 91 (8), 2455-2465, 2010
1272010
Patch density determines movement patterns and foraging efficiency of large herbivores
HJ De Knegt, GM Hengeveld, F Van Langevelde, WF De Boer, ...
Behavioral Ecology 18 (6), 1065-1072, 2007
1222007
The spatial scaling of habitat selection by African elephants
HJ De Knegt, F Van Langevelde, AK Skidmore, A Delsink, R Slotow, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (1), 270-281, 2011
912011
Water and nutrients alter herbaceous competitive effects on tree seedlings in a semi‐arid savanna
C Van Der Waal, H De Kroon, WF De Boer, IMA Heitkönig, AK Skidmore, ...
Journal of Ecology 97 (3), 430-439, 2009
882009
Large herbivores may alter vegetation structure of semi-arid savannas through soil nutrient mediation
C van der Waal, A Kool, SS Meijer, E Kohi, IMA Heitkönig, WF de Boer, ...
Oecologia 165 (4), 1095-1107, 2011
832011
Dry season mapping of savanna forage quality, using the hyperspectral Carnegie Airborne Observatory sensor
NM Knox, AK Skidmore, HHT Prins, GP Asner, H van der Werff, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment, 2011
742011
Herbivores as architects of savannas: inducing and modifying spatial vegetation patterning
HJ De Knegt, TA Groen, CADM Van De Vijver, HHT Prins, ...
Oikos 117 (4), 543-554, 2008
672008
Spatial distribution of lion kills determined by the water dependency of prey species
WF de Boer, MJP Vis, HJ de Knegt, C Rowles, EM Kohi, ...
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (5), 1280-1286, 2010
482010
Soil nutrient status determines how elephant utilize trees and shape environments
Y Pretorius, FW de Boer, C van der Waal, HJ de Knegt, RC Grant, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2011
422011
Seasonal diet changes in elephant and impala in mopane woodland
M Kos, AJ Hoetmer, Y Pretorius, WF de Boer, H de Knegt, CC Grant, ...
European Journal of Wildlife Research, 1-9, 2011
292011
Optimal foraging for multiple resources in several food species
GM Hengeveld, F van Langevelde, TA Groen, HJ de Knegt
The American Naturalist 174 (1), 102-110, 2009
292009
Effects of simulated browsing on growth and leaf chemical properties in Colophospermum mopane saplings
EM Kohi, WF De Boer, M Slot, SE Van Wieren, JG Ferwerda, RC Grant, ...
African Journal of Ecology 48 (1), 190-196, 2010
272010
Diet selection of African elephant over time shows changing optimization currency
Y Pretorius, JD Stigter, WF De Boer, SE Van Wieren, CB De Jong, ...
Oikos 121 (12), 2110-2120, 2012
222012
Scale of nutrient patchiness mediates resource partitioning between trees and grasses in a semi‐arid savanna
C van der Waal, H de Kroon, IMA Heitkönig, AK Skidmore, ...
Journal of Ecology 99 (5), 1124-1133, 2011
202011
Quantitative ecology and evolutionary biology: integrating models with data
O Ovaskainen, HJ de Knegt, M del Mar Delgado
Oxford University Press, 2016
192016
Modeling elephant‐mediated cascading effects of water point closure
JP Hilbers, F van Langevelde, HHT Prins, CC Grant, MJS Peel, ...
Ecological applications 25 (2), 402-415, 2015
152015
Home-range use patterns and movements of the Siberian flying squirrel in urban forests: Effects of habitat composition and connectivity
S Mäkeläinen, HJ de Knegt, O Ovaskainen, IK Hanski
Movement ecology 4 (1), 5, 2016
112016
Hibernation site requirements of bats in man‐made hibernacula in a spatial context
WF de Boer, S de Koppel, HJ de Knegt, JJA Dekker
Ecological Applications 23 (2), 502-514, 2013
92013
Uncovering patterns of suspension of movement
DA Orellana, M Wachowicz, HJ Knegt, A Ligtenberg, AK Bregt
92010
Optimization of wildlife management in a large game reserve through waterpoints manipulation: A bio-economic analysis
E Mwakiwa, WF de Boer, JW Hearne, R Slotow, F van Langevelde, ...
Journal of environmental management 114, 352-361, 2013
52013
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