Wiktor Kotowski
Wiktor Kotowski
University of Warsaw, Department of Plant Ecology and Environmental Conservation
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Light as an environmental filter in fen vegetation
W Kotowski, R Diggelen
Journal of Vegetation Science 15 (5), 583-594, 2004
1172004
Low investment in sexual reproduction threatens plants adapted to phosphorus limitation
Y Fujita, HO Venterink, PM Van Bodegom, JC Douma, GW Heil, N Hölzel, ...
Nature 505 (7481), 82-86, 2014
1102014
New nature by sowing? The current state of species introduction in grassland restoration, and the road ahead
P Hedberg, W Kotowski
Journal for Nature Conservation 18 (4), 304-308, 2010
1062010
Vegetation re‐development after fen meadow restoration by topsoil removal and hay transfer
A Klimkowska, W Kotowski, R Van Diggelen, AP Grootjans, P Dzierża, ...
Restoration Ecology 18 (6), 924-933, 2010
992010
Responses of fen plant species to groundwater level and light intensity
W Kotowski, J ANDEL, J., VAN, DIGGELEN, R. VAN & HOGENDORF
Plant Ecology 155, 147-156, 2001
872001
Prospects for fen meadow restoration on severely degraded fens
A Klimkowska, R Van Diggelen, AP Grootjans, W Kotowski
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 12 (3), 245-255, 2010
792010
Long-term effects of drainage and hay-removal on nutrient dynamics and limitation in the Biebrza mires, Poland
HO Venterink, I Kardel, W Kotowski, W Peeters, MJ Wassen
Biogeochemistry 93 (3), 235-252, 2009
712009
Vegetation recovery after multiple-site experimental fen restorations
P Hedberg, W Kotowski, P Saetre, K Mälson, H Rydin, S Sundberg
Biological Conservation 147 (1), 60-67, 2012
572012
Species trait shifts in vegetation and soil seed bank during fen degradation
A Klimkowska, RM Bekker, R Van Diggelen, W Kotowski
Plant Ecology 206 (1), 59, 2010
552010
Waterlogging and canopy interact to control species recruitment in floodplains
W Kotowski, O Beauchard, W Opdekamp, P Meire, R Van Diggelen
Functional Ecology 24 (4), 918-926, 2010
492010
Competition as a factor structuring species zonation in riparian fens‐a transplantation experiment
W Kotowski, W Thörig, R Diggelen, MJ Wassen
Applied Vegetation Science 9 (2), 231-240, 2006
472006
Conservation management in fens: do large tracked mowers impact functional plant diversity?
W Kotowski, E Jabłońska, H Bartoszuk
Biological conservation 167, 292-297, 2013
452013
Ecoflood Guidelines: How to use floodplains for flood risk reduction
MSA Blackwell, E Maltby, AL Gerritsen
Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2006
422006
Behaviour of wetland plant species along a moisture gradient in two geographically distant areas
W Kotowski, R Van Diggelen, J Kleinke
Acta Botanica Neerlandica 47 (3), 337-349, 1998
291998
A functional trait approach to fen restoration analysis
P Hedberg, P Saetre, S Sundberg, H Rydin, W Kotowski
Applied Vegetation Science 16 (4), 658-666, 2013
272013
Understanding the long term ecosystem stability of a fen mire by analyzing subsurface geology, eco-hydrology and nutrient stoichiometry–case study of the Rospuda Valley (NE Poland)
E Jabłońska, T Falkowski, J Chormański, F Jarzombkowski, S Kłosowski, ...
Wetlands 34 (4), 815-828, 2014
252014
Fen communities: ecological mechanisms and conservation strategies
WH Kotowski
Drukkerij van Denderen, 2002
252002
Can we balance the high costs of nature restoration with the method of topsoil removal? Case study from Poland
A Klimkowska, P Dzierża, K Brzezińska, W Kotowski, P Mędrzycki
Journal for Nature Conservation 18 (3), 202-205, 2010
222010
Functional diversity analysis helps to identify filters affecting community assembly after fen restoration by top-soil removal and hay transfer
P Hedberg, Ł Kozub, W Kotowski
Journal for Nature Conservation 22 (1), 50-58, 2014
212014
Methods of limiting willow shrub re-growth after initial removal on fen meadows
A Klimkowska, P Dzierża, W Kotowski, K Brzezińska
Journal for Nature Conservation 18 (1), 12-21, 2010
202010
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