Jesse Kalwij
Jesse Kalwij
Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences; Department of Zoology, University of
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The online database MaarjAM reveals global and ecosystemic distribution patterns in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (Glomeromycota)
M Ípik, A Vanatoa, E Vanatoa, M Moora, J Davison, JM Kalwij, ▄ Reier, ...
New Phytologist 188 (1), 223-241, 2010
Global sampling of plant roots expands the described molecular diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
M Ípik, M Zobel, JJ Cantero, J Davison, JM Facelli, I Hiiesalu, T Jairus, ...
Mycorrhiza 23, 411-430, 2013
Quantifying dispersal and establishment limitation in a population of an epiphytic lichen
S Werth, HH Wagner, F Gugerli, R Holderegger, D Csencsics, JM Kalwij, ...
Ecology 87 (8), 2037-2046, 2006
Road verges as invasion corridors? A spatial hierarchical test in an arid ecosystem
JM Kalwij, SJ Milton, MA McGeoch
Landscape Ecology 23, 439-451, 2008
Effect of disturbances on the genetic diversity of an old‐forest associated lichen
S Werth, HH Wagner, R Holderegger, JM Kalwij, C Scheidegger
Molecular Ecology 15 (4), 911-921, 2006
A global indicator for biological invasion
MA McGEOCH, SL Chown, JM Kalwij
Conservation Biology 20 (6), 1635-1646, 2006
Review of ‘The Plant List, a working list of all plant species’
JM Kalwij
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (5), 998-1002, 2012
Landscape corridors: possible dangers?
Ş Procheş, JRU Wilson, R Veldtman, JM Kalwij, DM Richardson, ...
Science 310 (5749), 779-783, 2005
Human activities, propagule pressure and alien plants in the sub-Antarctic: tests of generalities and evidence in support of management
PC le Roux, T Ramaswiela, JM Kalwij, JD Shaw, PG Ryan, AM Treasure, ...
Biological Conservation 161, 18-27, 2013
Effects of stand‐level disturbances on the spatial distribution of a lichen indicator
JM Kalwij, HH Wagner, C Scheidegger
Ecological applications 15 (6), 2015-2024, 2005
Tree cover and biomass increase in a southern African savanna despite growing elephant population
JM Kalwij, WF De Boer, L Mucina, HHT Prins, C Skarpe, C Winterbach
Ecological Applications 20 (1), 222-233, 2010
Modelling forest recolonization by an epiphytic lichen using a landscape genetic approach
HH Wagner, S Werth, JM Kalwij, JC Bolli, C Scheidegger
Landscape Ecology 21, 849-865, 2006
Reaching new heights: can drones replace current methods to study plant population dynamics?
JYL Tay, A Erfmeier, JM Kalwij
Plant Ecology 219, 1139-1150, 2018
Human activity facilitates altitudinal expansion of exotic plants along a road in montane grassland, South Africa
JM Kalwij, MP Robertson, BJ van Rensburg
Applied Vegetation Science 11 (4), 491-498, 2008
Phytosociological and floristic evaluation of a 15-year ecological management of road-side verges in the Netherlands
KV Sykora, JM Kalwij, PJ Keizer
Preslia 74, 421-436, 2002
Annual monitoring reveals rapid upward movement of exotic plants in a montane ecosystem
JM Kalwij, MP Robertson, BJ van Rensburg
Biological Invasions 17, 3517-3529, 2015
Fur seal populations facilitate establishment of exotic vascular plants
NS Haussmann, EM Rudolph, JM Kalwij, T McIntyre
Biological Conservation 162, 33-40, 2013
Climate change and elevational diversity capacity: do weedy species take up the slack?
SL Chown, PC Le Roux, T Ramaswiela, JM Kalwij, JD Shaw, ...
Biology Letters 9 (1), 20120806, 2013
Restoration of flooded meadows in E stonia–vegetation changes and management indicators
JA Metsoja, L Neuenkamp, S Pihu, K Vellak, JM Kalwij, M Zobel
Applied Vegetation Science 15 (2), 231-244, 2012
Alien plant species that invade high elevations are generalists: Support for the directional ecological filtering hypothesis
C Steyn, M Greve, MP Robertson, JM Kalwij, PC le Roux
Journal of vegetation science 28 (2), 337-346, 2017
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