Robert Buitenwerf
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
Increased tree densities in South African savannas:> 50 years of data suggests CO2 as a driver
R Buitenwerf, WJ Bond, N Stevens, WSW Trollope
Global change biology 18 (2), 675-684, 2012
Three decades of multi-dimensional change in global leaf phenology
R Buitenwerf, L Rose, SI Higgins
Nature Climate Change 5 (4), 364-368, 2015
The importance of termites (Isoptera) for the recycling of herbivore dung in tropical ecosystems: a review.
BP Freymann, R Buitenwerf, O Desouza, H Olff
European Journal of Entomology 105 (2), 2008
To move or not to move: determinants of seed retention in a tidal marsh
ER Chang, RM Veeneklaas, R Buitenwerf, JP Bakker, TJ Bouma
Functional Ecology 22 (4), 720-727, 2008
High genetic diversity is not essential for successful introduction
LA Rollins, AT Moles, S Lam, R Buitenwerf, JM Buswell, ...
Ecology and evolution 3 (13), 4501-4517, 2013
Long‐term dynamics of herbaceous vegetation structure and composition in two African savanna reserves
R Buitenwerf, AM Swemmer, MJS Peel
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (1), 238-246, 2011
Defining functional biomes and monitoring their change globally
SI Higgins, R Buitenwerf, GR Moncrieff
Global change biology 22 (11), 3583-3593, 2016
The formation of the oceanic temperate forests of New Zealand
MS McGlone, R Buitenwerf, SJ Richardson
New Zealand Journal of Botany 54 (2), 128-155, 2016
Land surface greening suggests vigorous woody regrowth throughout European semi‐natural vegetation
R Buitenwerf, B Sandel, S Normand, A Mimet, JC Svenning
Global change biology 24 (12), 5789-5801, 2018
Interactions between large herbivores and litter removal by termites across a rainfall gradient in a South African savanna
R Buitenwerf, N Stevens, CM Gosling, TM Anderson, H Olff
Journal of Tropical Ecology 27 (4), 375-382, 2011
Convergence among global biogeographical realms in the physiological niche of evergreen and deciduous vegetation
R Buitenwerf, SI Higgins
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (6), 704-715, 2016
Deep-learning based high-resolution mapping shows woody vegetation densification in greater Maasai Mara ecosystem
W Li, R Buitenwerf, M Munk, PK Bøcher, JC Svenning
Remote Sensing of Environment 247, 111953, 2020
Introducing rewilding to restoration to expand the conservation effort: a response to Hayward et al.
RM Anderson, R Buitenwerf, C Driessen, L Genes, J Lorimer, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 28 (13), 3691-3693, 2019
Soil water retention curves for the major soil types of the Kruger National Park
R Buitenwerf, A Kulmatiski, SI Higgins
Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science 56 (1), 1-9, 2014
Accelerating savanna degradation threatens the Maasai Mara socio-ecological system
W Li, R Buitenwerf, M Munk, I Amoke, PK Bøcher, JC Svenning
Global Environmental Change 60, 102030, 2020
Rapid reshaping: the evolution of morphological changes in an introduced beach daisy
CR Brandenburger, WB Sherwin, SM Creer, R Buitenwerf, AGB Poore, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1897), 20181713, 2019
NEOTROPICAL CARNIVORES: a data set on carnivore distribution in the Neotropics
M Nagy‐Reis, JEF Oshima, CZ Kanda, FBL Palmeira, FR de Melo, ...
Ecology 101 (11), e03128, 2020
Recent global changes have decoupled species richness from specialization patterns in North American birds
A Mimet, R Buitenwerf, B Sandel, JC Svenning, S Normand
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2019
Complex causes and consequences of rangeland greening in South America–multiple interacting natural and anthropogenic drivers and simultaneous ecosystem degradation and …
W Li, R Buitenwerf, RN Chequín, JE Florentín, RM Salas, JC Mata, ...
Geography and Sustainability 1 (4), 304-316, 2020
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