Ulrike Tappeiner
Ulrike Tappeiner
Institut für Ökologie, Universität Innsbruck und Institut für Alpine Umwelt, EURAC.research
Verified email at uibk.ac.at
TitleCited byYear
Impact of land use changes on mountain vegetation
E Tasser, U Tappeiner
Applied vegetation science 5 (2), 173-184, 2002
Land-use changes and natural reforestation in the Eastern Central Alps
E Tasser, J Walde, U Tappeiner, A Teutsch, W Noggler
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 118 (1-4), 115-129, 2007
Handbook of ecological indicators for assessment of ecosystem health
SE Jørgensen, L Xu, R Costanza
CRC press, 2016
Stakeholder perceptions of grassland ecosystem services in relation to knowledge on soil fertility and biodiversity
P Lamarque, U Tappeiner, C Turner, M Steinbacher, RD Bardgett, ...
Regional Environmental Change 11 (4), 791-804, 2011
Relative contributions of plant traits and soil microbial properties to mountain grassland ecosystem services
K Grigulis, S Lavorel, U Krainer, N Legay, C Baxendale, M Dumont, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (1), 47-57, 2013
Site and management effects on soil microbial properties of subalpine meadows: a study of land abandonment along a north–south gradient in the European Alps
V Zeller, RD Bardgett, U Tappeiner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (4-5), 639-649, 2001
Effects of land use in alpine grasslands on the probability of landslides
E Tasser, M Mader, U Tappeiner
Basic and Applied Ecology 4 (3), 271-280, 2003
Ecological and land use studies along elevational gradients
A Becker, C Körner, JJ Brun, A Guisan, U Tappeiner
Mountain Research and Development 27 (1), 58-66, 2007
Seasonal and inter‐annual variability of the net ecosystem CO2 exchange of a temperate mountain grassland: Effects of weather and management
G Wohlfahrt, A Hammerle, A Haslwanter, M Bahn, U Tappeiner, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D8), 2008
Discoidin domain receptor functions in physiological and pathological conditions
B Leitinger
International review of cell and molecular biology 310, 39-87, 2014
Plant diversity declines with recent land use changes in European Alps
G Niedrist, E Tasser, C Lüth, J Dalla Via, U Tappeiner
Plant Ecology 202 (2), 195, 2009
Predicting scenic beauty of mountain regions
U Schirpke, E Tasser, U Tappeiner
Landscape and Urban Planning 111, 1-12, 2013
Comparing land-use alternatives: Using the ecosystem services concept to define a multi-criteria decision analysis
V Fontana, A Radtke, VB Fedrigotti, U Tappeiner, E Tasser, S Zerbe, ...
Ecological Economics 93, 128-136, 2013
Modelling vegetation patterns using natural and anthropogenic influence factors: preliminary experience with a GIS based model applied to an Alpine area
U Tappeiner, E Tasser, G Tappeiner
Ecological Modelling 113 (1-3), 225-237, 1998
Modification of the effective mesh size for measuring landscape fragmentation to solve the boundary problem
B Moser, JAG Jaeger, U Tappeiner, E Tasser, B Eiselt
Landscape ecology 22 (3), 447-459, 2007
Effects of land-use and land-cover pattern on landscape-scale biodiversity in the European Alps
P Zimmermann, E Tasser, G Leitinger, U Tappeiner
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 139 (1-2), 13-22, 2010
Land-use changes in European mountain ecosystems: ECOMONT-Concepts and Results
N Bayfield
Blackwell Wissenschafts, 1999
Eddy covariance measurements of carbon dioxide, latent and sensible energy fluxes above a meadow on a mountain slope
A Hammerle, A Haslwanter, M Schmitt, M Bahn, U Tappeiner, A Cernusca, ...
Boundary-layer meteorology 122 (2), 397-416, 2007
Inter‐specific variation of the biochemical limitation to photosynthesis and related leaf traits of 30 species from mountain grassland ecosystems under different land use
G Wohlfahrt, M Bahn, E Haubner, I Horak, W Michaeler, K Rottmar, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (10), 1281-1296, 1999
Impact of land-use change on nitrogen mineralization in subalpine grasslands in the Southern Alps
V Zeller, M Bahn, M Aichner, U Tappeiner
Biology and Fertility of Soils 31 (5), 441-448, 2000
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