Kai Jensen
Kai Jensen
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Wave attenuation over coastal salt marshes under storm surge conditions
I Möller, M Kudella, F Rupprecht, T Spencer, M Paul, ...
Nature Geoscience 7 (10), 727-731, 2014
4642014
Genetic structure and AFLP variation of remnant populations in the rare plant Pedicularis palustris (Scrophulariaceae) and its relation to population size and …
K Schmidt, K Jensen
American Journal of Botany 87 (5), 678-689, 2000
2232000
Effects of litter on establishment of grassland plant species: the role of seed size and successional status
K Jensen, K Gutekunst
Basic and Applied Ecology 4 (6), 579-587, 2003
2032003
Species composition of soil seed bank and seed rain of abandoned wet meadows and their relation to aboveground vegetation
K Jensen
Flora 193 (4), 345-359, 1998
1261998
Effects of light competition and litter on the performance of Viola palustris and on species composition and diversity of an abandoned fen meadow
K Jensen, C Meyer
Plant ecology 155 (2), 169-181, 2001
1142001
Consequences of abandonment for a regional fen flora and mechanisms of successional change
K Jensen, J Schrautzer
Applied Vegetation Science 2 (1), 79-88, 1999
951999
Dormancy patterns, germination ecology, and seed-bank types of twenty temperate fen grassland species
K Jensen
Wetlands 24 (1), 152-166, 2004
892004
Stress tolerance and biotic interactions determine plant zonation patterns in estuarine marshes during seedling emergence and early establishment
JG Engels, F Rink, K Jensen
Journal of Ecology 99 (1), 277-287, 2011
852011
Effects of topsoil removal, seed transfer with plant material and moderate grazing on restoration of riparian fen grasslands
L Rasran, K Vogt, K Jensen
Applied Vegetation Science 10 (3), 451-460, 2007
852007
Water-borne seed transport and seed deposition during flooding in a small river-valley in Northern Germany
K Vogt, L Rasran, K Jensen
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 199 (5), 377-388, 2004
822004
Role of biotic interactions and physical factors in determining the distribution of marsh species along an estuarine salinity gradient
JG Engels, K Jensen
Oikos 119 (4), 679-685, 2010
662010
Plants mediate soil organic matter decomposition in response to sea level rise
P Mueller, K Jensen, JP Megonigal
Global Change Biology 22 (1), 404-414, 2016
642016
Vegetation-wave interactions in salt marshes under storm surge conditions
F Rupprecht, I Möller, M Paul, M Kudella, T Spencer, ...
Ecological Engineering 100, 301-315, 2017
572017
Effects of urban structure on plant species richness in a large European city
KJ Schmidt, HH Poppendieck, K Jensen
Urban Ecosystems 17 (2), 427-444, 2014
562014
Seed deposition in drift lines during an extreme flooding event—Evidence for hydrochorous dispersal?
K Vogt, L Rasran, K Jensen
Basic and Applied Ecology 7 (5), 422-432, 2006
562006
Plant species responses to an elevational gradient in German North Sea salt marshes
S Suchrow, K Jensen
Wetlands 30 (4), 735-746, 2010
542010
A global analysis of the seaward salt marsh extent: The importance of tidal range
T Balke, M Stock, K Jensen, TJ Bouma, M Kleyer
Water Resources Research 52 (5), 3775-3786, 2016
522016
Warming increases plant biomass and reduces diversity across continents, latitudes, and species migration scenarios in experimental wetland communities
AH Baldwin, K Jensen, M Schönfeldt
Global change biology 20 (3), 835-850, 2014
512014
Scale matters: impact of management regime on plant species richness and vegetation type diversity in Wadden Sea salt marshes
A Wanner, S Suchrow, K Kiehl, W Meyer, N Pohlmann, M Stock, K Jensen
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 182, 69-79, 2014
512014
Sediment deposition and accretion rates in tidal marshes are highly variable along estuarine salinity and flooding gradients
C Butzeck, A Eschenbach, A Gröngröft, K Hansen, S Nolte, K Jensen
Estuaries and Coasts 38 (2), 434-450, 2015
482015
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