Willem-Jan Emsens
Willem-Jan Emsens
Researcher at Centre for Research and Conservation. Prof. Dr. at Antwerp University.
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Thieving rodents as substitute dispersers of megafaunal seeds
PA Jansen, BT Hirsch, WJ Emsens, V Zamora-Gutierrez, M Wikelski, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (31), 12610-12615, 2012
Rewetting does not return drained fen peatlands to their old selves
J Kreyling, F Tanneberger, F Jansen, S Van Der Linden, C Aggenbach, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 5693, 2021
Food acquisition and predator avoidance in a Neotropical rodent
L Suselbeek, WJ Emsens, BT Hirsch, R Kays, JM Rowcliffe, ...
Animal Behaviour 88, 41-48, 2014
Recovery of fen peatland microbiomes and predicted functional profiles after rewetting
WJ Emsens, R van Diggelen, CJS Aggenbach, T Cajthaml, J Frouz, ...
The ISME journal 14 (7), 1701-1712, 2020
Soil iron content as a predictor of carbon and nutrient mobilization in rewetted fens
WJ Emsens, CJS Aggenbach, K Schoutens, AJP Smolders, D Zak, ...
PloS one 11 (4), e0153166, 2016
Topsoil removal in degraded rich fens: Can we force an ecosystem reset?
WJ Emsens, CJS Aggenbach, AJP Smolders, R van Diggelen
Ecological Engineering 77, 225-232, 2015
Restoration of endangered fen communities: the ambiguity of iron‐phosphorus binding and phosphorus limitation
WJ Emsens, CJS Aggenbach, AJP Smolders, D Zak, R van Diggelen
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (6), 1755-1764, 2017
Prey refuges as predator hotspots: ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) attraction to agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) dens
WJ Emsens, BT Hirsch, R Kays, PA Jansen
Acta Theriologica 59, 257-262, 2014
Do high iron concentrations in rewetted rich fens hamper restoration?
CJS Aggenbach, H Backx, WJ Emsens, AP Grootjans, LPM Lamers, ...
Effects of food availability on space and refuge use by a neotropical scatterhoarding rodent
WJ Emsens, L Suselbeek, BT Hirsch, R Kays, AJS Winkelhagen, ...
Biotropica 45 (1), 88-93, 2013
From natural forest to coffee agroforest: implications for communities of large mammals in the Ethiopian highlands
JEJ Mertens, WJ Emsens, M Jocqué, L Geeraert, M De Beenhouwer
Oryx 54 (5), 715-722, 2020
What is a macrophyte patch? Patch identification in aquatic ecosystems and guidelines for consistent delineation
J Schoelynck, S Creëlle, K Buis, T De Mulder, WJ Emsens, T Hein, ...
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 18 (1), 1-9, 2018
Eutrophication triggers contrasting multilevel feedbacks on litter accumulation and decomposition in fens
WJ Emsens, CJS Aggenbach, AP Grootjans, EE Nfor, J Schoelynck, ...
Ecology 97 (10), 2680-2690, 2016
Eutrophication alters Si cycling and litter decomposition in wetlands
WJ Emsens, J Schoelynck, AP Grootjans, E Struyf, R van Diggelen
Biogeochemistry 130 (3), 289-299, 2016
The impact of anthropogenically induced degradation on the vegetation and biochemistry of South African palmiet wetlands
AJ Rebelo, WJ Emsens, P Meire, KJ Esler
Wetlands ecology and management 26 (6), 1157-1171, 2018
Competition for light as a bottleneck for endangered fen species: An introduction experiment
WJ Emsens, CJS Aggenbach, H Rydin, AJP Smolders, R van Diggelen
Biological Conservation 220, 76-83, 2018
Microbial communities in soil macro-aggregates with less connected networks respire less across successional and geographic gradients
D Sun, Q Lin, G Angst, L Huang, C Anikó, WJ Emsens, R van Diggelen, ...
European Journal of Soil Biology 108, 103378, 2022
Quantification of water purification in South African palmiet wetlands
AJ Rebelo, WJ Emsens, KJ Esler, P Meire
Water Science and Technology 78 (5), 1199-1207, 2018
Controls on labile and stabilized soil organic matter during long-term ecosystem development
G Angst, L Lichner, A Csecserits, WJ Emsens, R van Diggelen, H Veselá, ...
Geoderma 426, 116090, 2022
Strong conditionality in plant-fungal community assembly after soil inoculation in post-agricultural grasslands
WJ Emsens, M de Weyer, I Fuentes, Y Liczner, R van Diggelen, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 166, 108580, 2022
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