P.F.M. Verdonschot.
P.F.M. Verdonschot.
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Canonical correspondence analysis and related multivariate methods in aquatic ecology
CJF Ter Braak, PFM Verdonschot
Aquatic sciences 57 (3), 255-289, 1995
Assessment of European streams with diatoms, macrophytes, macroinvertebrates and fish: a comparative metric‐based analysis of organism response to stress
D Hering, RK Johnson, S Kramm, S Schmutz, K Szoszkiewicz, ...
Freshwater biology 51 (9), 1757-1785, 2006
Overview and application of the AQEM assessment system
D Hering, O Moog, L Sandin, PFM Verdonschot
Hydrobiologia 516 (1), 1-20, 2004
From natural to degraded rivers and back again: a test of restoration ecology theory and practice
CK Feld, S Birk, DC Bradley, D Hering, J Kail, A Marzin, A Melcher, ...
Advances in ecological research 44, 119-209, 2011
The development of a system to assess the ecological quality of streams based on macroinvertebrates–design of the sampling programme within the AQEM project
D Hering, A Buffagni, O Moog, L Sandin, M Sommerhäuser, I Stubauer, ...
International Review of Hydrobiology: A Journal Covering all Aspects of …, 2003
The STAR project: context, objectives and approaches
M Furse, D Hering, O Moog, P Verdonschot, RK Johnson, K Brabec, ...
The ecological status of European Rivers: Evaluation and intercalibration of …, 2006
A comparative analysis of restoration measures and their effects on hydromorphology and benthic invertebrates in 26 central and southern European rivers
SC Jähnig, K Brabec, A Buffagni, S Erba, AW Lorenz, T Ofenböck, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (3), 671-680, 2010
Establishing reference conditions for European streams
RC Nijboer, PFM Verdonschot, RK Johnson, M Sommerhäuser, ...
Integrated Assessment of Running Waters in Europe, 91-105, 2004
Flight distance of mosquitoes (Culicidae): a metadata analysis to support the management of barrier zones around rewetted and newly constructed wetlands
PFM Verdonschot, AA Besse-Lototskaya
Limnologica 45, 69-79, 2014
A comparative review of recovery processes in rivers, lakes, estuarine and coastal waters
PFM Verdonschot, BM Spears, CK Feld, S Brucet, H Keizer-Vlek, A Borja, ...
Hydrobiologia 704 (1), 453-474, 2013
Towards a multimetric index for the assessment of Dutch streams using benthic macroinvertebrates
HE Vlek, PFM Verdonschot, RC Nijboer
Integrated assessment of running waters in Europe, 173-189, 2004
An experimental manipulation of oligochaete communities in mesocosms treated with chlorpyrifos or nutrient additions: multivariate analyses with Monte Carlo permutation tests
PFM Verdonschot, CJF Ter Braak
Aquatic Oligochaete Biology V, 251-266, 1994
Ecological characterization of surface waters in the province of Overijssel, The Netherlands
PFM Verdonschot
Verdonschot, 1990
Integrated ecological assessment methods as a basis for sustainable catchment management
PFM Verdonschot
Hydrobiologia 422, 389-412, 2000
Variable selection for modelling effects of eutrophication on stream and river ecosystems
RC Nijboer, PFM Verdonschot
Ecological Modelling 177 (1-2), 17-39, 2004
Evaluation of European diatom trophic indices
A Besse-Lototskaya, PFM Verdonschot, M Coste, B Van de Vijver
Ecological Indicators 11 (2), 456-467, 2011
The contribution of plant uptake to nutrient removal by floating treatment wetlands
HE Keizer-Vlek, PFM Verdonschot, RCM Verdonschot, D Dekkers
Ecological Engineering 73, 684-690, 2014
The ecological status of European rivers: evaluation and intercalibration of assessment methods
MT Furse, D Hering, K Brabec, A Buffagni, L Sandin, PFM Verdonschot
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
Testing the European stream typology of the Water Framework Directive for macroinvertebrates
PFM Verdonschot, RC Nijboer
Integrated assessment of running waters in Europe, 35-54, 2004
Fuzzy rule-based macroinvertebrate habitat suitability models for running waters
E Van Broekhoven, V Adriaenssens, B De Baets, PFM Verdonschot
Ecological Modelling 198 (1-2), 71-84, 2006
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