Heinke Jäger
Heinke Jäger
Charles Darwin Foundation
Verified email at fcdarwin.org.ec
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No saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide
H Seebens, TM Blackburn, EE Dyer, P Genovesi, PE Hulme, JM Jeschke, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
8282017
Global rise in emerging alien species results from increased accessibility of new source pools
H Seebens, TM Blackburn, EE Dyer, P Genovesi, PE Hulme, JM Jeschke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (10), E2264-E2273, 2018
2202018
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, IK Schmidt, KS Larsen, C Beier, B Berg, ...
Science of the total environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
1152018
Destruction without extinction: long‐term impacts of an invasive tree species on Galápagos highland vegetation
H Jäger, I Kowarik, A Tye
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1252-1263, 2009
1122009
Tree invasion in naturally treeless environments: Impacts of quinine (Cinchona pubescens) trees on native vegetation in Galápagos
H Jäger, A Tye, I Kowarik
Biological Conservation 140 (3-4), 297-307, 2007
982007
Resilience of Native Plant Community Following Manual Control of Invasive Cinchona pubescens in Galápagos
H Jäger, I Kowarik
Restoration Ecology 18, 103-112, 2010
572010
No saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide. Nat Commun 8: 14435
H Seebens, TM Blackburn, EE Dyer, P Genovesi, PE Hulme, JM Jeschke, ...
532017
Alien species pathways to the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
MV Toral-Granda, CE Causton, H Jäger, M Trueman, JC Izurieta, E Araujo, ...
PLoS One 12 (9), e0184379, 2017
392017
Ecosystem changes in Galápagos highlands by the invasive tree Cinchona pubescens
H Jäger, MJ Alencastro, M Kaupenjohann, I Kowarik
Plant and soil 371 (1-2), 629-640, 2013
312013
A pragmatic approach to the management of plant invasions in Galapagos
MR Gardener, M Trueman, C Buddenhagen, R Heleno, H Jäger, ...
Plant invasions in protected areas, 349-374, 2013
292013
Global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees to prevent tree invasions and mitigate their negative impacts
G Brundu, A Pauchard, P Pyšek, J Pergl, AM Bindewald, A Brunori, ...
NeoBiota 61, 65, 2020
132020
Biology and Impacts of Pacific Island Invasive Species. 11. Cinchona pubescens (Red Quinine Tree)(Rubiaceae) 1
H Jäger
Pacific Science 69 (2), 133-153, 2015
122015
Cinchona pubescens
H Jäger
Enzyklopädie der Holzgewächse: Handbuch und Atlas der Dendrologie, 1-14, 2004
112004
Weed management increases the detrimental effect of an invasive parasite on arboreal Darwin's finches
A Cimadom, H Jäger, CH Schulze, R Hood-Nowotny, C Wappl, S Tebbich
Biological conservation 233, 93-101, 2019
102019
The impact of invasive plant management on the foraging ecology of the Warbler Finch (Certhidea olivacea) and the Small Tree Finch (Camarhynchus parvulus) on Galápagos
N Filek, A Cimadom, CH Schulze, H Jäger, S Tebbich
Journal of ornithology 159 (1), 129-140, 2018
92018
Galvezia leucantha subsp. porphyrantha (Scrophulariaceae), a new shrub snapdragon endemic to Santiago Island, Galapagos, Ecuador
A Tye, H Jäger
Novon, 164-168, 2000
82000
Agriculture changes soil properties on the Galápagos Islands–two case studies
MH Gerzabek, A Bajraktarevic, K Keiblinger, A Mentler, M Rechberger, ...
Soil Research 57 (3), 201-214, 2019
72019
Restoration of the blackberry-invaded Scalesia forest: Impacts on the vegetation, invertebrates, and birds
H Jäger, S Buchholz, A Cimadom, S Tebbich, J Rodríguez, D Barrera, ...
GNPS, GCREG, CDF and GC editors. Galapagos Report 2016, 142-148, 2015
62015
Quinine tree invasion and control in Galapagos: a case study
H Jäger
Understanding Invasive Species in the Galapagos Islands, 69-76, 2018
42018
Biological invasions in World Heritage Sites: current status and a proposed monitoring and reporting framework
RT Shackleton, B Bertzky, LE Wood, N Bunbury, H Jäger, R van Merm, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation, 1-21, 2020
22020
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