Maarten Schrama
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Individual experience and evolutionary history of predation affect expression of heritable variation in fish personality and morphology
NJ Dingemanse, F Van der Plas, J Wright, D Réale, M Schrama, DA Roff, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1660), 1285-1293, 2009
2412009
Herbivore trampling as an alternative pathway for explaining differences in nitrogen mineralization in moist grasslands
M Schrama, P Heijning, JP Bakker, HJ van Wijnen, MP Berg, H Olff
Oecologia 172 (1), 231-243, 2013
1132013
An integrated perspective to explain nitrogen mineralization in grazed ecosystems
M Schrama, GFC Veen, ESL Bakker, JL Ruifrok, JP Bakker, H Olff
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 15 (1), 32-44, 2013
932013
Crop yield gap and stability in organic and conventional farming systems
M Schrama, JJ De Haan, M Kroonen, H Verstegen, WH Van der Putten
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 256, 123-130, 2018
662018
Ecosystem assembly rules: the interplay of green and brown webs during salt marsh succession
M Schrama, MP Berg, H Olff
Ecology 93 (11), 2353-2364, 2012
572012
Identifying the role of soil microbes in plant invasions
W Dawson, M Schrama
Journal of Ecology 104 (5), 1211-1218, 2016
532016
Defoliation and soil compaction jointly drive large-herbivore grazing effects on plants and soil arthropods on clay soil
R van Klink, M Schrama, S Nolte, JP Bakker, MF WallisDeVries, MP Berg
Ecosystems 18 (4), 671-685, 2015
392015
Effects of first‐and second‐generation bioenergy crops on soil processes and legacy effects on a subsequent crop
M Schrama, B Vandecasteele, S Carvalho, H Muylle, WH van der Putten
gCb bioenergy 8 (1), 136-147, 2016
332016
Food web assembly at the landscape scale: using stable isotopes to reveal changes in trophic structure during succession
M Schrama, J Jouta, MP Berg, H Olff
Ecosystems 16 (4), 627-638, 2013
252013
Grassland invasibility varies with drought effects on soil functioning
M Schrama, RD Bardgett
Journal of Ecology 104 (5), 1250-1258, 2016
242016
Organic farming practices result in compositional shifts in nematode communities that exceed crop-related changes
CW Quist, M Schrama, JJ de Haan, G Smant, J Bakker, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 98, 254-260, 2016
242016
Grassland cutting regimes affect soil properties, and consequently vegetation composition and belowground plant traits
MJJ Schrama, V Cordlandwehr, EJW Visser, TM Elzenga, Y de Vries, ...
Plant and soil 366 (1), 401-413, 2013
182013
Key questions for next-generation biomonitoring
A Makiola, ZG Compson, DJ Baird, MA Barnes, SP Boerlijst, A Bouchez, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 7, 197, 2020
172020
Assessing combined impacts of agrochemicals: Aquatic macroinvertebrate population responses in outdoor mesocosms
SH Barmentlo, M Schrama, ER Hunting, R Heutink, PM van Bodegom, ...
Science of the Total Environment 631, 341-347, 2018
172018
How the litter‐feeding bioturbator Orchestia gammarellus promotes late‐successional saltmarsh vegetation
M Schrama, LA van Boheemen, H Olff, MP Berg
Journal of Ecology 103 (4), 915-924, 2015
142015
The assembly of a saltmarsh ecosystem: The interplay of green and brown webs
MJJ Schrama
112012
Ecologische effecten van duinboog-en washoverherstel
CC De Leeuw, AP Grootjans, EJ Lammerts, H Esselink, L Stal, ...
Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2008
112008
Microbially-mediated indirect effects of silver nanoparticles on aquatic invertebrates
Y Zhai, NR Brun, M Bundschuh, M Schrama, E Hin, MG Vijver, ...
Aquatic Sciences 80 (4), 1-7, 2018
102018
Pressure-induced shifts in trophic linkages in a simplified aquatic food web
M Schrama, SH Barmentlo, ER Hunting, RSP van Logtestijn, MG Vijver, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 5, 75, 2017
102017
A comparative assessment of adult mosquito trapping methods to estimate spatial patterns of abundance and community composition in southern Africa
EE Gorsich, BR Beechler, PM Van Bodegom, D Govender, MM Guarido, ...
Parasites & vectors 12 (1), 1-12, 2019
82019
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