Ina Säumel
Ina Säumel
research group leader, IRITHESys, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
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Biological flora of central Europe: Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) swingle
I Kowarik, I Säumel
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 8 (4), 207-237, 2007
How healthy is urban horticulture in high traffic areas? Trace metal concentrations in vegetable crops from plantings within inner city neighbourhoods in Berlin, Germany
I Säumel, I Kotsyuk, M Hölscher, C Lenkereit, F Weber, I Kowarik
Environmental Pollution 165, 124-132, 2012
Herbaceous plants as filters: Immobilization of particulates along urban street corridors
F Weber, I Kowarik, I Säumel
Environmental pollution 186, 234-240, 2014
Urban rivers as dispersal corridors for primarily wind-dispersed invasive tree species
I Säumel, I Kowarik
Landscape and Urban Planning 94 (3-4), 244-249, 2010
Toward livable and healthy urban streets: Roadside vegetation provides ecosystem services where people live and move
I Säumel, F Weber, I Kowarik
Environmental Science & Policy 62, 24-33, 2016
A walk on the wild side: Perceptions of roadside vegetation beyond trees
F Weber, I Kowarik, I Säumel
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13 (2), 205-212, 2014
Orchards for edible cities: Cadmium and lead content in nuts, berries, pome and stone fruits harvested within the inner city neighbourhoods in Berlin, Germany
LP von Hoffen, I Säumel
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 101, 233-239, 2014
Water dispersal as an additional pathway to invasions by the primarily wind-dispersed tree Ailanthus altissima
I Kowarik, I Säumel
Plant Ecology 198 (2), 241-252, 2008
Edible City solutions—One step further to foster social resilience through enhanced socio-cultural ecosystem services in cities
I Säumel, SE Reddy, T Wachtel
Sustainability 11 (4), 972, 2019
Wild growing mushrooms for the Edible City? Cadmium and lead content in edible mushrooms harvested within the urban agglomeration of Berlin, Germany
MT Schlecht, I Säumel
Environmental Pollution 204, 298-305, 2015
Propagule morphology and river characteristics shape secondary water dispersal in tree species
I Säumel, I Kowarik
Plant Ecology 214 (10), 1257-1272, 2013
Nature-based solutions in the urban context: Terminology, classification and scoring for urban challenges and ecosystem services
JAC Castellar, LA Popartan, J Pueyo-Ros, N Atanasova, G Langergraber, ...
Science of The Total Environment 779, 146237, 2021
Residential greenery: state of the art and health-related ecosystem services and disservices in the city of Berlin
L Battisti, L Pille, T Wachtel, F Larcher, I Säumel
Sustainability 11 (6), 1815, 2019
Grazing as a driver for Populus euphratica woodland degradation in the semi-arid Aibi Hu region, northwestern China
I Säumel, D Ziche, R Yu, I Kowarik, D Overdieck
Journal of Arid Environments 75 (3), 265-269, 2011
Plants in urban settings: From patterns to mechanisms and ecosystem services
I Kowarik, LK Fischer, I Säumel, M Lippe, F Weber, JR Westermann
Perspectives in urban ecology, 135-166, 2011
Cities as drivers for biological invasions-the role of urban climate and traffic
M Von der Lippe, I Saumel, I Kowarik
ERDE-BERLIN- 136 (2), 123, 2005
Urban commons for the edible city—First insights for future sustainable urban food systems from Berlin, Germany
N Scharf, T Wachtel, SE Reddy, I Säumel
Sustainability 11 (4), 966, 2019
Zielorientierte Planung von Maßnahmen der Regenwasserbewirtschaftung-Ergebnisse des Projektes KURAS
A Matzinger, M Riechel, C Remy, H Schwarzmüller, P Rouault, M Schmidt, ...
Konzepte für urbane Regenwasserbewirtschaftung und Abwassersysteme: Berlin …, 2017
Green traces from past to future: the interplay of culture and ecological processes in European historical parks
I Säumel, I Kowarik, S Butenschön
II International Conference on Landscape and Urban Horticulture 881, 933-938, 2009
Traditional medicinal plants in South Tyrol (northern Italy, southern Alps): biodiversity and use
J Petelka, B Plagg, I Säumel, S Zerbe
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 16 (1), 1-15, 2020
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