Dries Kuijper
Dries Kuijper
Associate professor, Mammal Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences
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Do ungulates preferentially feed in forest gaps in European temperate forest?
DPJ Kuijper, JPGM Cromsigt, M Churski, B Adam, B Jędrzejewska, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (7), 1528-1535, 2009
Landscape of fear in Europe: wolves affect spatial patterns of ungulate browsing in Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland
DPJ Kuijper, C De Kleine, M Churski, P Van Hooft, J Bubnicki, ...
Ecography 36 (12), 1263-1275, 2013
Hunting for fear: innovating management of human–wildlife conflicts
JPGM Cromsigt, DPJ Kuijper, M Adam, RL Beschta, M Churski, A Eycott, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 544-549, 2013
Bottom‐up versus top‐down control of tree regeneration in the Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland
DPJ Kuijper, JPGM Cromsigt, B Jędrzejewska, S Miścicki, M Churski, ...
Journal of Ecology 98 (4), 888-899, 2010
Paws without claws? Ecological effects of large carnivores in anthropogenic landscapes
DPJ Kuijper, E Sahlén, B Elmhagen, S Chamaillé-Jammes, H Sand, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1841), 20161625, 2016
Fluctuating ungulate density shapes tree recruitment in natural stands of the Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland
DPJ Kuijper, B Jędrzejewska, B Brzeziecki, M Churski, W Jędrzejewski, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 21 (6), 1082-1098, 2010
What cues do ungulates use to assess predation risk in dense temperate forests?
DPJ Kuijper, M Verwijmeren, M Churski, A Zbyryt, K Schmidt, ...
PLoS One 9 (1), e84607, 2014
Experimental evidence of light disturbance along the commuting routes of pond bats (Myotis dasycneme)
DPJ Kuijper, J Schut, D van Dullemen, H Toorman, N Goossens, ...
Lutra 51 (1), 37, 2008
Decline and potential recovery of the European grey partridge (Perdix perdix) population—a review
DPJ Kuijper, E Oosterveld, E Wymenga
European journal of wildlife research 55 (5), 455-463, 2009
Spring feeding by pink‐footed geese reduces carbon stocks and sink strength in tundra ecosystems
R Van Der WAL, S Sjögersten, SJ Woodin, EJ Cooper, IS Jónsdóttir, ...
Global Change Biology 13 (2), 539-545, 2007
Revisiting the browsing lawn concept: Evolutionary Interactions or pruning herbivores?
JPGM Cromsigt, DPJ Kuijper
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13 (3), 207-215, 2011
Context dependence of risk effects: wolves and tree logs create patches of fear in an old-growth forest
DPJ Kuijper, JW Bubnicki, M Churski, B Mols, P Van Hooft
Behavioral Ecology 26 (6), 1558-1568, 2015
Lack of natural control mechanisms increases wildlife–forestry conflict in managed temperate European forest systems
DPJ Kuijper
European Journal of Forest Research 130, 895-909, 2011
Top‐down control of small herbivores on salt‐marsh vegetation along a productivity gradient
DPJ Kuijper, JP Bakker
Ecology 86 (4), 914-923, 2005
A “death trap” in the landscape of fear
K Schmidt, DPJ Kuijper
Mammal Research 60, 275-284, 2015
Do wild ungulates experience higher stress with humans than with large carnivores?
A Zbyryt, JW Bubnicki, DPJ Kuijper, M Dehnhard, M Churski, K Schmidt
Behavioral Ecology 29 (1), 19-30, 2018
Keep the wolf from the door: How to conserve wolves in Europe's human-dominated landscapes?
DPJ Kuijper, M Churski, A Trouwborst, M Heurich, C Smit, GIH Kerley, ...
Biological Conservation 235, 102-111, 2019
Herbivory and competition slow down invasion of a tall grass along a productivity gradient
DPJ Kuijper, DJ Nijhoff, JP Bakker
Oecologia 141, 452-459, 2004
Brown world forests: increased ungulate browsing keeps temperate trees in recruitment bottlenecks in resource hotspots
M Churski, JW Bubnicki, B Jędrzejewska, DPJ Kuijper, JPGM Cromsigt
New Phytologist 214 (1), 158-168, 2017
Seed dispersal by small herbivores and tidal water: are they important filters in the assembly of salt-marsh communities?
ER Chang, EL Zozaya, DPJ Kuijper, JP Bakker
Functional Ecology, 665-673, 2005
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