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作者:H.F. van Dobben , G.W.W. Wamelink ...
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution(IF 3.73), 2014, Vol.195, pp.226-231
摘要:Abstract(#br)Excessive nitrogen input in natural ecosystems is a major threat to biodiversity. A coastal dune area near Amsterdam in the Netherlands suffers from high atmospheric nitrogen deposition affecting sensitive habitats such as fixed coastal dunes with herbaceous veg...
作者:H.F. van Dobben , H.Th. Wolterbeek ...
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution(IF 3.73), 2001, Vol.112 (2), pp.163-169
摘要:Abstract(#br)A study was conducted to determine the joint effect of gaseous atmospheric pollutants and trace elements on epiphytic lichens. We used our data to test the hypothesis that lichens are generally insensitive to toxic effects of trace elements, and can therefore be used...
作者:H.F. Van Dobben , C.J.F. Ter Braak
来源:[J].Atmospheric Environment(IF 3.11), 1998, Vol.32 (3), pp.551-557
摘要:Abstract(#br)The lichen monitoring programme included in the Dutch National Air Quality Survey was used to explore the utility of these organisms as indicators for atmospheric ammonia. Over the period 1977–1990 the “nitrophytic” species (assumed to occur optimally in N-...
作者:... J.J. de Jong , H.F. Van Dobben , M.N. Van Wijk
来源:[J].Ecological Economics(IF 2.855), 2004, Vol.52 (4), pp.437-451
摘要:Abstract(#br)Effects of atmospheric deposition on natural areas can be mitigated by management. For example, the effects of excessive nitrogen deposition can partly be overcome by intensifying measures like mowing or sod cutting. The costs of this extra management may, in the fut...
作者:... J.J. de Jong , H.F. van Dobben , M.N. van Wijk
来源:[J].Journal for Nature Conservation(IF 1.535), 2006, Vol.15 (2), pp.131-143
摘要:Summary(#br)In this paper, we present a method to estimate the additional costs made by nature reserve managers to mitigate the effects of atmospheric deposition. Theoretically, these extra costs may be saved when deposition levels drop. The costs were calculated per Nature ...
作者:... P.A. Slim , A.H. Heidema , H.F. van Dobben
来源:[J].Ecological Indicators(IF 2.89), 2014, Vol.45, pp.313-319
摘要:Abstract(#br)The European Habitats Directive requires a regular reporting of areal changes of the Habitat types defined under this Directive. To monitor changes in Habitat types in a dune and salt meadow area in the eastern part of the back-barrier island of Ameland (The Net...
作者:... A.M. Schmidt , H.F. van Dobben , M.E. Sanders
来源:[J].Biological Conservation(IF 3.794), 2013, Vol.165, pp.43-53
摘要:Abstract(#br)Many habitats and species have their existence threatened, especially in densely populated areas such as Western Europe. To stop the decline of biodiversity, the Natura 2000 network is being set-up. The ultimate objective is to get all habitat types (of Annex I of th...
作者:G.W.W. Wamelink , H.F. van Dobben , L.J.M. van der Eerden
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution(IF 3.73), 1998, Vol.102 (1), pp.371-375
摘要:Abstract(#br)Ellenberg's indicator values constitute a relative scale of optima per species with regard to several soil factors, mainly based on field experience. For the coupling of soil and vegetation models these optima have to be expressed in metric units. The aim of this stu...
作者:G.W.W. Wamelink , H.F. van Dobben , F. Berendse
来源:[J].Forest Ecology and Management(IF 2.766), 2009, Vol.258 (8), pp.1762-1773
摘要:Abstract(#br)After many years of increasing nitrogen deposition, the deposition rates are now decreasing. A major question is whether this will result in the expected positive effects on plant species diversity. Long-term experiments that investigate the effects of decreasing dep...
作者:H.F. van Dobben , J.P. Mol-Dijkstra ...
来源:[J].Forest Ecology and Management(IF 2.766), 2008, Vol.258 (8), pp.1774-1779
摘要:Abstract(#br)Global warming and loss of biodiversity are among the most prominent environmental issues of our time. Large sums are spent to reduce their causes, the emission of CO 2 and nitrogen compounds. However, the results of such measures are potentially conflicting, as...

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