Anke Jentsch
Anke Jentsch
Professor of Disturbance Ecology, University of Bayreuth, Germany
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TitleCited byYear
A new generation of climate‐change experiments: events, not trends
A Jentsch, J Kreyling, C Beierkuhnlein
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5 (7), 365-374, 2007
The search for generality in studies of disturbance and ecosystem dynamics
PS White, A Jentsch
Progress in botany, 399-450, 2001
Biodiversity increases the resistance of ecosystem productivity to climate extremes
F Isbell, D Craven, J Connolly, M Loreau, B Schmid, C Beierkuhnlein, ...
Nature 526 (7574), 574-577, 2015
Research frontiers in climate change: effects of extreme meteorological events on ecosystems
A Jentsch, C Beierkuhnlein
Comptes Rendus Geoscience 340 (9-10), 621-628, 2008
Climate extremes initiate ecosystem‐regulating functions while maintaining productivity
A Jentsch, J Kreyling, M Elmer, E Gellesch, B Glaser, K Grant, R Hein, ...
Journal of ecology 99 (3), 689-702, 2011
Beyond gradual warming: extreme weather events alter flower phenology of European grassland and heath species
A Jentsch, J Kreyling, J BOETTCHER‐TRESCHKOW, C Beierkuhnlein
Global Change Biology 15 (4), 837-849, 2009
Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness
LH Fraser, J Pither, A Jentsch, M Sternberg, M Zobel, D Askarizadeh, ...
Science 349 (6245), 302-305, 2015
Environmental drivers of large, infrequent wildfires: the emerging conceptual model
A Meyn, PS White, C Buhk, A Jentsch
Progress in Physical Geography 31 (3), 287-312, 2007
Do plants remember drought? Hints towards a drought-memory in grasses
J Walter, L Nagy, R Hein, U Rascher, C Beierkuhnlein, E Willner, ...
Environmental and Experimental Botany 71 (1), 34-40, 2011
Ecological stress memory and cross stress tolerance in plants in the face of climate extremes
J Walter, A Jentsch, C Beierkuhnlein, J Kreyling
Environmental and Experimental Botany 94, 3-8, 2013
Effects of extreme weather events on plant productivity and tissue die-back are modified by community composition
J Kreyling, M Wenigmann, C Beierkuhnlein, A Jentsch
Ecosystems 11 (5), 752-763, 2008
Topography‐driven isolation, speciation and a global increase of endemism with elevation
MJ Steinbauer, R Field, JA Grytnes, P Trigas, C Ah‐Peng, F Attorre, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (9), 1097-1107, 2016
Biodiversity and the heterogeneous disturbance regime on military training lands
SD Warren, SW Holbrook, DA Dale, NL Whelan, M Elyn, W Grimm, ...
Restoration Ecology 15 (4), 606-612, 2007
Ecotypes of European grass species respond differently to warming and extreme drought
C Beierkuhnlein, D Thiel, A Jentsch, E Willner, J Kreyling
Journal of Ecology 99 (3), 703-713, 2011
Vegetation ecology of dry acidic grasslands in the lowland area of central Europe
A Jentsch, W Beyschlag
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 198 (1), 3-25, 2003
Assisted colonization: a question of focal units and recipient localities
J Kreyling, T Bittner, A Jaeschke, A Jentsch, M Jonas Steinbauer, D Thiel, ...
Restoration Ecology 19 (4), 433-440, 2011
Assisted colonization: a question of focal units and recipient localities
J Kreyling, T Bittner, A Jaeschke, A Jentsch, M Jonas Steinbauer, D Thiel, ...
Restoration Ecology 19 (4), 433-440, 2011
Stochastic trajectories of succession initiated by extreme climatic events
J Kreyling, A Jentsch, C Beierkuhnlein
Ecology letters 14 (8), 758-764, 2011
Opposite metabolic responses of shoots and roots to drought
A Gargallo-Garriga, J Sardans, M Pérez-Trujillo, A Rivas-Ubach, ...
Scientific reports 4, 6829, 2014
Recurrent soil freeze–thaw cycles enhance grassland productivity
J Kreyling, C Beierkuhnlein, K Pritsch, M Schloter, A Jentsch
New Phytologist 177 (4), 938-945, 2008
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