Ciska (G.F.) Veen
Ciska (G.F.) Veen
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Where, when and how plant–soil feedback matters in a changing world
WH van der Putten, MA Bradford, E Pernilla Brinkman, TFJ van de Voorde, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (7), 1109-1121, 2016
Litter quality and environmental controls of home‐field advantage effects on litter decomposition
GF Veen, GT Freschet, A Ordonez, DA Wardle
Oikos 124 (2), 187-195, 2015
Ecological correlates of seed survival after ingestion by fallow deer
AM Mouissie, CEJ Van Der Veen, GF Veen, R Van Diggelen
Functional Ecology 19 (2), 284-290, 2005
Vertebrate herbivores influence soil nematodes by modifying plant communities
GF Veen, H Olff, H Duyts, WH Van Der Putten
Ecology 91 (3), 828-835, 2010
Herbivory on freshwater and marine macrophytes: a review and perspective
ES Bakker, KA Wood, JF Pagès, GFC Veen, MJA Christianen, ...
Aquatic Botany 135, 18-36, 2016
Influence of grazing and fire frequency on small‐scale plant community structure and resource variability in native tallgrass prairie
GF Veen, JM Blair, MD Smith, SL Collins
Oikos 117 (6), 859-866, 2008
An integrated perspective to explain nitrogen mineralization in grazed ecosystems
M Schrama, GFC Veen, ESL Bakker, JL Ruifrok, JP Bakker, H Olff
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 15 (1), 32-44, 2013
A test of the hierarchical model of litter decomposition
MA Bradford, GFC Veen, A Bonis, EM Bradford, AT Classen, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (12), 1836, 2017
Environmental factors and traits that drive plant litter decomposition do not determine home‐field advantage effects
GF Veen, MK Sundqvist, DA Wardle
Functional Ecology 29 (7), 981-991, 2015
Plant–soil feedback: bridging natural and agricultural sciences
P Mariotte, Z Mehrabi, TM Bezemer, GB De Deyn, A Kulmatiski, B Drigo, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (2), 129-142, 2018
Plant–soil feedbacks and the coexistence of competing plants
TA Revilla, GFC Veen, MB Eppinga, FJ Weissing
Theoretical Ecology 6 (2), 99-113, 2013
Grazing‐induced changes in plant–soil feedback alter plant biomass allocation
GF Veen, S de Vries, ES Bakker, WH van der Putten, H Olff
Oikos 123 (7), 800-806, 2014
Peeking into the black box: a trait-based approach to predicting plant-soil feedback
P Kardol, GF Veen, FP Teste, MP Perring
New Phytologist 206 (1), 1-4, 2015
Patch choice of avian herbivores along a migration trajectory–From Temperate to Arctic
AJ Van der Graaf, J Stahl, GF Veen, RM Havinga, RH Drent
Basic and Applied Ecology 8 (4), 354-363, 2007
The stoichiometry of nutrient release by terrestrial herbivores and its ecosystem consequences
J Sitters, ES Bakker, MP Veldhuis, GF Veen, H Olde Venterink, MJ Vanni
Frontiers in Earth Science 5, 32, 2017
Plant growth response to direct and indirect temperature effects varies by vegetation type and elevation in a subarctic tundra
JR De Long, P Kardol, MK Sundqvist, GF Veen, DA Wardle
Oikos 124 (6), 772-783, 2015
Effects of root decomposition on plant–soil feedback of early‐and mid‐successional plant species
N Zhang, WH Van der Putten, GF Veen
New Phytologist 212 (1), 220-231, 2016
Aquatic grazers reduce the establishment and growth of riparian plants along an environmental gradient
GF Veen, JM Sarneel, L Ravensbergen, N Huig, J van Paassen, W Rip, ...
Freshwater Biology 58 (9), 1794-1803, 2013
Possible mechanisms underlying abundance and diversity responses of nematode communities to plant diversity
R Cortois, GF Veen, H Duyts, M Abbas, T Strecker, O Kostenko, ...
Ecosphere 8 (5), e01719, 2017
Large grazers modify effects of aboveground–belowground interactions on small-scale plant community composition
GFC Veen, E Geuverink, H Olff
Oecologia 168 (2), 511-518, 2012
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