Jacob Heilmann-Clausen
Jacob Heilmann-Clausen
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The structural dynamics of Suserup Skov, a near-natural temperate deciduous forest in Denmark
J Emborg, M Christensen, J Heilmann-Clausen
Forest Ecology and Management 126 (2), 173-189, 2000
Does size matter?: on the importance of various dead wood fractions for fungal diversity in Danish beech forests
J Heilmann-Clausen, M Christensen
Forest ecology and management 201 (1), 105-117, 2004
Diversity of dead wood inhabiting fungi and bryophytes in semi-natural beech forests in Europe
P Ódor, J Heilmann-Clausen, M Christensen, E Aude, KW van Dort, ...
Biological Conservation 131 (1), 58-71, 2006
The genus Lactarius. Fungi of Northern Europe 2
J Heilmann-Clausen, A Verbeken, J Vesterholt
Danish Mycological Society, Espergćrde, 1998
A gradient analysis of communities of macrofungi and slime moulds on decaying beech logs
J Heilmann-Clausen
Mycological research 105 (5), 575-596, 2001
Fungal diversity on decaying beech logs–implications for sustainable forestry
J Heilmann-Clausen, M Christensen
Biodiversity & Conservation 12 (5), 953-973, 2003
Inhibition and stimulation effects in communities of wood decay fungi: exudates from colonized wood influence growth by other species
J Heilmann-Clausen, L Boddy
Microbial ecology 49 (3), 399-406, 2005
Cryptogam communities on decaying deciduous wood–does tree species diversity matter?
J Heilmann-Clausen, E Aude, M Christensen
Biodiversity & Conservation 14 (9), 2061-2078, 2005
A fungal perspective on conservation biology
J Heilmann‐Clausen, ES Barron, L Boddy, A Dahlberg, GW Griffith, ...
Conservation biology 29 (1), 61-68, 2015
Basidiomycete community development in temperate angiosperm wood
L Boddy, J Heilmann-Clausen
British Mycological Society Symposia Series 28, 211-237, 2008
Wood-inhabiting macrofungi in Danish beech-forests–conflicting diversity patterns and their implications in a conservation perspective
J Heilmann-Clausen, M Christensen
Biological Conservation 122 (4), 633-642, 2005
Wood-inhabiting fungi as indicators of nature value in European beech forests
M Christensen, J Heilmann-Clausen, R Walleyn, S Adamcik
Monitoring and Indicators of Forest Biodiversity in Europe–From Ideas to …, 2005
Rot holes create key microhabitats for epiphytic lichens and bryophytes on beech (Fagus sylvatica)
Ö Fritz, J Heilmann-Clausen
Biological Conservation 143 (4), 1008-1016, 2010
Developing a comprehensive strategy for fungal conservation in Europe: current status and future needs
A Dahlberg, DR Genney, J Heilmann-Clausen
Fungal Ecology 3 (2), 50-64, 2010
What determines spatial bias in citizen science? Exploring four recording schemes with different proficiency requirements
J Geldmann, J Heilmann‐Clausen, TE Holm, I Levinsky, B Markussen, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (11), 1139-1149, 2016
Communities of wood‐inhabiting bryophytes and fungi on dead beech logs in Europe–reflecting substrate quality or shaped by climate and forest conditions?
J Heilmann‐Clausen, E Aude, K van Dort, M Christensen, A Piltaver, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (12), 2269-2282, 2014
Population evidence of cryptic species and geographical structure in the cosmopolitan ectomycorrhizal fungus, Tricholoma scalpturatum
F Carriconde, M Gardes, P Jargeat, J Heilmann-Clausen, B Mouhamadou, ...
Microbial Ecology 56 (3), 513-524, 2008
Guidance for conservation of macrofungi in Europe
B Senn-Irlet, J Heilmann-Clausen, D Genney, A Dahlberg
ECCF, Strasbourg, 2007
The structure of Suserup Skov, a near-natural temperate deciduous forest in Denmark
J Emborg, M Christensen, J Heilmann-Clausen
Forest and Landscape Research 1 (4), 311-333, 1996
Forest biodiversity gradients and the human impact in Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal
M Christensen, J Heilmann-Clausen
Biodiversity and conservation 18 (8), 2205-2221, 2009
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