Prof. Dr. Tobias W. Donath
Prof. Dr. Tobias W. Donath
Department of Landscape Ecology, Institute for Natural Resource Conservation, Kiel University
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Species introduction in restoration projects–Evaluation of different techniques for the establishment of semi-natural grasslands in Central and Northwestern Europe
K Kiehl, A Kirmer, TW Donath, L Rasran, N Hölzel
Basic and Applied Ecology 11 (4), 285-299, 2010
Effects of litter on seedling establishment in natural and semi‐natural grasslands: a meta‐analysis
A Loydi, RL Eckstein, A Otte, TW Donath
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 454-464, 2013
Interactions between litter and water availability affect seedling emergence in four familial pairs of floodplain species
RL Eckstein, TW Donath
Journal of Ecology 93 (4), 807-816, 2005
The impact of site conditions and seed dispersal on restoration success in alluvial meadows
TW Donath, N Hölzel, A Otte
Applied vegetation science 6 (1), 13-22, 2003
Large scale application of diaspore transfer with plant material in restoration practice–impact of seed and microsite limitation
TW Donath, S Bissels, N Hölzel, A Otte
Biological Conservation 138 (1), 224-234, 2007
Effects of bryophytes and grass litter on seedling emergence vary by vertical seed position and seed size
TW Donath, RL Eckstein
Plant Ecology 207, 257-268, 2010
Restorative removal of plant litter and vegetation 40 years after abandonment enhances re-emergence of steppe grassland vegetation
E Ruprecht, MZ Enyedi, RL Eckstein, TW Donath
Biological conservation 143 (2), 449-456, 2010
Evaluation of restoration success in alluvial grasslands under contrasting flooding regimes
S Bissels, N Hölzel, TW Donath, A Otte
Biological Conservation 118 (5), 641-650, 2004
Effects of different mowing regimes on seedling recruitment in alluvial grasslands
S Bissels, TW Donath, N Hölzel, A Otte
Basic and Applied Ecology 7 (5), 433-442, 2006
Influence of competition by sown grass, disturbance and litter on recruitment of rare flood-meadow species
TW Donath, N Hölzel, A Otte
Biological conservation 130 (3), 315-323, 2006
Non-native species litter reduces germination and growth of resident forbs and grasses: allelopathic, osmotic or mechanical effects?
A Loydi, TW Donath, RL Eckstein, A Otte
Biological Invasions 17, 581-595, 2015
Ephemeral wetland vegetation in irregularly flooded arable fields along the northern Upper Rhine: the importance of persistent seedbanks
S Bissels, TW Donath, N Holzel, A Otte
Phytocoenologia, 35 2 (3), 469-488, 2005
Enhancing plant biodiversity in species‐poor grassland through plant material transfer–the impact of sward disturbance
R Schmiede, A Otte, TW Donath
Applied Vegetation Science 15 (2), 290-298, 2012
Seed bank development after the restoration of alluvial grassland via transfer of seed-containing plant material
R Schmiede, TW Donath, A Otte
Biological Conservation 142 (2), 404-413, 2009
Grass and oak litter exert different effects on seedling emergence of herbaceous perennials from grasslands and woodlands
TW Donath, RL Eckstein
Journal of Ecology 96 (2), 272-280, 2008
Perspectives for incorporating biomass from non-intensively managed temperate flood-meadows into farming systems
TW Donath, N Hölzel, S Bissels, A Otte
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 104 (3), 439-451, 2004
Chemical effects of a dominant grass on seed germination of four familial pairs of dry grassland species
E Ruprecht, TW Donath, A Otte, R Lutz Eckstein
Seed Science Research 18 (04), 239-248, 2008
Desiccation cracks act as natural seed traps in flood-meadow systems
S Burmeier, RL Eckstein, A Otte, TW Donath
Plant and soil 333 (1), 351-364, 2010
Climate change and floodplain vegetation—future prospects for riparian habitat availability along the Rhine River
E Mosner, A Weber, M Carambia, E Nilson, U Schmitz, B Zelle, T Donath, ...
Ecological Engineering 82, 493-511, 2015
Distribution and effects of tree leaf litter on vegetation composition and biomass in a forest–grassland ecotone
A Loydi, K Lohse, A Otte, TW Donath, RL Eckstein
Journal of Plant Ecology 7 (3), 264-275, 2014
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