Dirk van Apeldoorn
Dirk van Apeldoorn
Farming System Ecology, Wageningen University
Verified email at wur.nl
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Niches and networks: Explaining network evolution through niche formation processes
F Hermans, D van Apeldoorn, M Stuiver, K Kok
Research Policy 42 (3), 613-623, 2013
1022013
Lessons from temporal and spatial patterns in global use of N and P fertilizer on cropland
AF Bouwman, AHW Beusen, L Lassaletta, DF Van Apeldoorn, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
742017
Panarchy rules: rethinking resilience of agroecosystems, evidence from Dutch dairy-farming
DF Van Apeldoorn, K Kok, MPW Sonneveld, T Veldkamp
Ecology and Society 16 (1), 2011
702011
Ecological intensification: local innovation to address global challenges
P Tittonell, L Klerkx, F Baudron, GF Félix, A Ruggia, D van Apeldoorn, ...
Sustainable agriculture reviews, 1-34, 2016
652016
Future sustainability and images
PJ Beers, A Veldkamp, F Hermans, D Van Apeldoorn, JM Vervoort, K Kok
Futures 42 (7), 723-732, 2010
562010
Phosphorus in agricultural soils: drivers of its distribution at the global scale
B Ringeval, L Augusto, H Monod, D Van Apeldoorn, L Bouwman, X Yang, ...
Global change biology 23 (8), 3418-3432, 2017
342017
Intercomparison of unmanned aerial vehicle and ground-based narrow band spectrometers applied to crop trait monitoring in organic potato production
MH Domingues Franceschini, H Bartholomeus, D Van Apeldoorn, ...
Sensors 17 (6), 1428, 2017
292017
Landscape asymmetry of soil organic matter as a source of agro-ecosystem resilience
DF Van Apeldoorn, MPW Sonneveld, K Kok
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 140 (3-4), 401-410, 2011
242011
Spatiotemporal dynamics of soil phosphorus and crop uptake in global cropland during the 20th century
J Zhang, AHW Beusen, DF Van Apeldoorn, JM Mogollón, C Yu, ...
Biogeosciences 14 (8), 2055-2068, 2017
222017
Co-evolution of landscape patterns and agricultural intensification: An example of dairy farming in a traditional Dutch landscape
DF Van Apeldoorn, B Kempen, MPW Sonneveld, K Kok
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 172, 16-23, 2013
172013
Feasibility of unmanned aerial vehicle optical imagery for early detection and severity assessment of late blight in potato
MHD Franceschini, H Bartholomeus, DF Van Apeldoorn, J Suomalainen, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (3), 224, 2019
132019
Assessing changes in potato canopy caused by late blight in organic production systems through UAV-based pushbroom imaging spectrometer
MHD Franceschini, H Bartholomeus, D Van Apeldoorn, J Suomalainen, ...
The International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial …, 2017
62017
Analysing soil organic C gradients in a smallholder farming village of East Zimbabwe
DF Van Apeldoorn, B Kempen, HM Bartholomeus, L Rusinamhodzi, ...
Geoderma Regional 2, 32-40, 2014
62014
Correction: Domingues Franceschini, MH; et al. Intercomparison of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Ground-Based Narrow Band Spectrometers Applied to Crop Trait Monitoring in Organic …
MH Domingues Franceschini, H Bartholomeus, D Van Apeldoorn, ...
Sensors 17 (10), 2265, 2017
12017
Strokenteelt klaar voor de praktijk: aardappel drie tot tien dagen later branden
DF van Apeldoorn, WAH Rossing, G Oomen
Ekoland, 10-11, 2017
12017
Panarchy rules?: rethinking resilience of agroecosystems
DF van Apeldoorn
Wageningen University, 2014
12014
Acquiring plant features with optical sensing devices in an organic strip-cropping system
A Krus, D Apeldoorn, C Valero, JJ Ramirez
Agronomy 10 (2), 197, 2020
2020
Strokenteelt veelbelovend: Onderzoek strokenteelt: behoud van opbrengst, hogere gewaskwaliteit en meer biodiversiteit
F Cuperus, DF van Apeldoorn
Ekoland 40 (6), 14-15, 2020
2020
Ekoland: Onderzoek: resultaten strokenteelt 2018
D van Apeldoorn
Ekoland 2019 (June), 12-13, 2019
2019
Onderzoek strokenteelt resultaten 2018: Meer diversiteit, meer biodiversiteit en betere gewaskwaliteit in strokenteeltproeven
F Cuperus, DF van Apeldoorn, LLE Ditzler, W Sukkel, WAH Rossing
Ekoland 39 (6), 12-13, 2019
2019
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