Martin Diekmann
Martin Diekmann
Professor for Vegetation Ecology and Conservation Biology
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Species indicator values as an important tool in applied plant ecology–a review
M Diekmann
Basic and applied ecology 4 (6), 493-506, 2003
6822003
Changes in species richness and composition in European acidic grasslands over the past 70 years: the contribution of cumulative atmospheric nitrogen deposition
C Duprè, CJ Stevens, T Ranke, A Bleeker, C PEPPLER‐LISBACH, ...
Global Change Biology 16 (1), 344-357, 2010
3072010
Nitrogen deposition threatens species richness of grasslands across Europe
CJ Stevens, C Dupre, E Dorland, C Gaudnik, DJG Gowing, A Bleeker, ...
Environmental pollution 158 (9), 2940-2945, 2010
2782010
Latitudinal gradients as natural laboratories to infer species' responses to temperature
P De Frenne, BJ Graae, F Rodríguez‐Sánchez, A Kolb, O Chabrerie, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (3), 784-795, 2013
2112013
Effects of life‐history traits on responses of plant species to forest fragmentation
A Kolb, M Diekmann
Conservation Biology 19 (3), 929-938, 2005
2042005
Use and improvement of Ellenberg's indicator values in deciduous forests of the Boreo‐nemoral zone in Sweden
M Diekmann
Ecography 18 (2), 178-189, 1995
2041995
Differences in species richness and life‐history traits between grazed and abandoned grasslands in southern Sweden
C Dupré, M Diekmann
Ecography 24 (3), 275-286, 2001
1762001
Local temperatures inferred from plant communities suggest strong spatial buffering of climate warming across N orthern E urope
J Lenoir, BJ Graae, PA Aarrestad, IG Alsos, WS Armbruster, G Austrheim, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (5), 1470-1481, 2013
1512013
Effects of environment, habitat configuration and forest continuity on the distribution of forest plant species
A Kolb, M Diekmann
Journal of Vegetation Science 15 (2), 199-208, 2004
1442004
Acidification and eutrophication of deciduous forests in northwestern Germany demonstrated by indicator species analysis
M Diekmann, C Dupré
Journal of Vegetation Science 8 (6), 855-864, 1997
1371997
Deciduous forest vegetation in Boreo-nemoral Scandinavia
M Diekmann
Sv. växtgeografiska sällsk., 1994
1291994
A new species index for forest vascular plants: development of functional indices based on mineralization rates of various forms of soil nitrogen
M Diekmann, U Falkengren‐Grerup
Journal of Ecology 86 (2), 269-283, 1998
1281998
Changes in species density along the soil pH gradient—evidence from German plant communities
B Schuster, M Diekmann
Folia Geobotanica 38 (4), 367-379, 2003
1152003
Impact of nitrogen deposition at the species level
RJ Payne, NB Dise, CJ Stevens, DJ Gowing
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (3), 984-987, 2013
1092013
Factors influencing vegetation gradients across ancient‐recent woodland borderlines in southern Sweden
J Brunet, G von Oheimb, M Diekmann
Journal of vegetation science 11 (4), 515-524, 2000
1052000
Relationship between flowering phenology of perennial herbs and meteorological data in deciduous forests of Sweden
M Diekmann
Canadian Journal of Botany 74 (4), 528-537, 1996
1041996
Long‐term assessment of seed limitation in plants: results from an 11‐year experiment
J Ehrlén, Z Münzbergova, M Diekmann, O Eriksson
Journal of Ecology 94 (6), 1224-1232, 2006
1032006
Prediction of species response to atmospheric nitrogen deposition by means of ecological measures and life history traits
M Diekmann, U Falkengren‐Grerup
Journal of Ecology 90 (1), 108-120, 2002
992002
Nitrogen mineralisation in deciduous forest soils in south Sweden in gradients of soil acidity and deposition
U Falkengren-Grerup, J Brunet, M Diekmann
Environmental Pollution 102 (1), 415-420, 1998
971998
Temperature effects on forest herbs assessed by warming and transplant experiments along a latitudinal gradient
P De Frenne, J Brunet, A Shevtsova, A Kolb, BJ Graae, O Chabrerie, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (10), 3240-3253, 2011
942011
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