Ruth A Howison
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A novel mechanism for grazing lawn formation: large herbivore‐induced modification of the plant–soil water balance
MP Veldhuis, RA Howison, RW Fokkema, E Tielens, H Olff
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1506-1517, 2014
Functional traits of trees on and off termite mounds: understanding the origin of biotically‐driven heterogeneity in savannas
F Van der Plas, R Howison, J Reinders, W Fokkema, H Olff
Journal of vegetation science 24 (2), 227-238, 2013
Biotically driven vegetation mosaics in grazing ecosystems: the battle between bioturbation and biocompaction
RA Howison, H Olff, J van de Koppel, C Smit
Ecological Monographs 87 (3), 363-378, 2017
Warming springs and habitat alteration interact to impact timing of breeding and population dynamics in a migratory bird
R Kentie, T Coulson, JCEW Hooijmeijer, RA Howison, AHJ Loonstra, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (11), 5292-5303, 2018
High migratory survival and highly variable migratory behavior in black-tailed godwits
NR Senner, MA Verhoeven, JM Abad-Gómez, JA Alves, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 96, 2019
Different‐sized grazers have distinctive effects on plant functional composition of an A frican savannah
F van der Plas, RA Howison, N Mpanza, JPGM Cromsigt, H Olff
Journal of Ecology 104 (3), 864-875, 2016
Large herbivores change the direction of interactions within plant communities along a salt marsh stress gradient
RA Howison, H Olff, R Steever, C Smit
Journal of Vegetation Science 26 (6), 1159-1170, 2015
Quantifying landscape‐level land‐use intensity patterns through radar‐based remote sensing
RA Howison, T Piersma, R Kentie, JCEW Hooijmeijer, H Olff
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (3), 1276-1287, 2018
Planetary limits to soil degradation
CT Kraamwinkel, A Beaulieu, T Dias, RA Howison
Communications Earth & Environment 2 (1), 249, 2021
Rotation grazing as a conservation management tool: Vegetation changes after six years of application in a salt marsh ecosystem
DDG Lagendijk, RA Howison, P Esselink, R Ubels, C Smit
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 246, 361-366, 2017
Conserving Africa's mega-diversity in the Anthropocene: The Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park story
JPGM Cromsigt, S Archibald, N Owen-Smith
Cambridge University Press, 2017
r Successful Control of the Invasive Shrub Chromolaena odorata in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park
M te Beest, O Howison, RA Howison, LA Dew, MM Poswa, L Dumalisile, ...
Conserving Africa's mega-diversity in the anthropocene: The Hluhluwe …, 15
2 r the abiotic template for the Hluhluwe‐iMfolozi Park’s landscape heterogeneity
RA Howison, H Olff, N Owen-Smith, JP Cromsigt, S Archibald
Conserving Africa's mega‐diversity in the Anthropocene: the Hluhluwe …, 2017
The importance of coprophagous macrodetritivores for the maintenance of vegetation heterogeneity in an African savannah
RA Howison, MP Berg, C Smit, K van Dijk, H Olff
Ecosystems 19, 674-684, 2016
Responses of savanna lawn and bunch grasses to water limitation
F van der Plas, P Zeinstra, M Veldhuis, R Fokkema, E Tielens, R Howison, ...
Plant ecology 214, 1157-1168, 2013
Grazing as a conservation management tool: responses of voles to grazer species and densities
DDG Lagendijk, RA Howison, P Esselink, C Smit
Basic and applied ecology 34, 36-45, 2019
Food preferences and feeding interactions among browsers and the effect of an exotic invasive weed Chromolaena odorata on the endangered black rhino (Diceros bicornis), in an …
RA Howison
Abundance of arthropods as food for meadow bird chicks in response to short- and long-term soil wetting in Dutch dairy grasslands
L de Felici, T Piersma, RA Howison
PeerJ, DOI 10.7717/peerj.7401, 2019
Hluhluwe-Umfolozi park management plan
A Conway, D Balfour, T Dale, P Hartley, P Morrison, R Howison, N Galli, ...
Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 2001
Small herbivores slow down species loss up to 22 years but only at early successional stage
Q Chen, RA Howison, JP Bakker, J Alberti, DPJ Kuijper, H Olff, C Smit
Journal of Ecology 107 (6), 2688-2696, 2019
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