Gerald Jurasinski
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Accelerated increase in plant species richness on mountain summits is linked to warming
MJ Steinbauer, JA Grytnes, G Jurasinski, A Kulonen, J Lenoir, H Pauli, ...
Nature 556 (7700), 231-234, 2018
3952018
Inventory, differentiation, and proportional diversity: a consistent terminology for quantifying species diversity
G Jurasinski, V Retzer, C Beierkuhnlein
Oecologia 159 (1), 15-26, 2009
2402009
High emissions of greenhouse gases from grasslands on peat and other organic soils
B Tiemeyer, E Albiac Borraz, J Augustin, M Bechtold, S Beetz, C Beyer, ...
Global change biology 22 (12), 4134-4149, 2016
1292016
Effects of land use intensity on the full greenhouse gas balance in an Atlantic peat bog
S Beetz, H Liebersbach, S Glatzel, G Jurasinski, U Buczko, H Höper
Biogeosciences 10 (2), 1067-1082, 2013
1282013
Resurveying historical vegetation data–opportunities and challenges
J Kapfer, R Hédl, G Jurasinski, M Kopecký, FH Schei, JA Grytnes
Applied Vegetation Science 20 (2), 164-171, 2017
1272017
Upward shift of alpine plants increases floristic similarity of mountain summits
G Jurasinski, J Kreyling
Journal of Vegetation science 18 (5), 711-718, 2007
1192007
Identifying the driving factors behind observed elevational range shifts on E uropean mountains
JA Grytnes, J Kapfer, G Jurasinski, HH Birks, H Henriksen, K Klanderud, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (8), 876-884, 2014
1072014
The effect of biomass harvesting on greenhouse gas emissions from a rewetted temperate fen
A Günther, V Huth, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (5), 1092-1106, 2015
812015
simba: A collection of functions for similarity analysis of vegetation data
G Jurasinski, V Retzer
R Package Version 0.3–5, 2012
81*2012
Assessing the spatial variability of soil organic carbon stocks in an alpine setting (Grindelwald, Swiss Alps)
U Hoffmann, T Hoffmann, G Jurasinski, S Glatzel, NJ Kuhn
Geoderma 232, 270-283, 2014
722014
Prompt rewetting of drained peatlands reduces climate warming despite methane emissions
A Günther, A Barthelmes, V Huth, H Joosten, G Jurasinski, F Koebsch, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-5, 2020
682020
Controls for multi-scale temporal variation in ecosystem methane exchange during the growing season of a permanently inundated fen
F Koebsch, G Jurasinski, M Koch, J Hofmann, S Glatzel
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 204, 94-105, 2015
652015
Flux rate calculation from dynamic closed chamber measurements
G Jurasinski, F Koebsch, U Hagemann
592012
Methane exchange in a coastal fen in the first year after flooding-A systems shift
J Hahn, S Köhler, S Glatzel, G Jurasinski
PloS one 10 (10), e0140657, 2015
442015
Towards objectivity in research evaluation using bibliometric indicators–A protocol for incorporating complexity
V Retzer, G Jurasinski
Basic and Applied Ecology 10 (5), 393-400, 2009
432009
Vegetation controls methane emissions in a coastal brackish fen
F Koebsch, S Glatzel, G Jurasinski
Wetlands ecology and management 21 (5), 323-337, 2013
402013
Commentary: do we have a consistent terminology for species diversity? We are on the way
G Jurasinski, M Koch
Oecologia 167 (4), 893-902, 2011
402011
Greenhouse gas balance of an establishing Sphagnum culture on a former bog grassland in Germany.
A Günther, G Jurasinski, K Albrecht, G Gaudig, M Krebs, S Glatzel
Mires & Peat 20, 2017
392017
A new methodology for organic soils in national greenhouse gas inventories: Data synthesis, derivation and application
B Tiemeyer, A Freibauer, EA Borraz, J Augustin, M Bechtold, S Beetz, ...
Ecological Indicators 109, 105838, 2020
382020
Resurvey of historical vegetation plots: a tool for understanding long‐term dynamics of plant communities
R Hédl, M Bernhardt‐Römermann, JA Grytnes, G Jurasinski, J Ewald
Applied Vegetation Science 20 (2), 161-163, 2017
332017
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