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2020 / accepted
Buchholz, S., Gathof, A.K., Grossmann, A.J., Kowarik, I., Fischer, L.K. (2020). Wild bees in urban grasslands: Urbanisation, functional diversity and species traits. [2]Landscape and Urban Planning  196, 103731, 1-10.
Fischer, L.K. & Kowarik, I. (2020). Connecting people to biodiversity in cities of tomorrow: Is urban foraging a powerful tool? [3]. Ecological Indicators, 112, 106087
Fischer, L.K. & Kowarik, I. (2020). Dog walkers’ views of urban biodiversity across five European cities. [4] Sustainability 12(9), 3507
Fischer, L. K., Neuenkamp, L., Lampinen, J., Toumi, M., Alday, J. G., Bucharova, A. et al. (2020). Public attitudes towards biodiversity-friendly greenspace management in Europe. [5] Conservation Letters.
Heger, T., Bernard-Verdier, M., Gessler, A., Greenwood, A. D., Grossart, H. P., Hilker, M., Keinath, S., Kowarik, I. et al. (2020). Clear Language for Ecosystem Management in the Anthropocene: A Reply to Bridgewater and Hemming. [6] BioScience.
Kowarik, I., Fischer. L.K. (2020).  Alien plants in cities: human-driven patterns, risks and benefits. In: Handbook of Urban Ecology, Routledge (in print).
Kowarik, I. (2020). Herbert Sukopp–an inspiring pioneer in the field of urban ecology. [7] Urban Ecosystems, 23, 445–455
Pergl, J., Pyšek, P., Essl, F., Jeschke, J.M., Courchamp, F., Geist, J., Hejda, M., Kowarik, I., Mill, A:, Musseau, C., Pipek, P., Saul, W.C. von Schmalensee, M., Strayer, D. (2020).  Need for routine tracking of biological invasions. [8] Conservation Biology (doi: 10.1111/cobi.13445).
Planchuelo, G. Kowarik, I., von der Lippe, M. (2020). Plant traits, biotopes and urbanization dynamics explain the survival of endangered urban plant populations [9]. Journal of Applied Ecology
Planchuelo, G., Kowarik, I., & von der Lippe, M. (2020). Endangered plants in novel urban ecosystems are filtered by strategy type and dispersal syndrome, not by spatial dependence on natural remnants. [10]Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 8, 18.
Schittko, C., Bernard-Verdier, M., Heger, T., Buchholz, S., Kowarik, I., von der Lippe, Seitz, B., Joshi, J., Jeschke, J.M. (2020) A multidimensional framework for measuring biotic novelty: How novel is a community [11]? Global Change Biology.
Straka TM, Lentnini PE, Lumsden LF, Buchholz S, Wintle BA & van der Ree R (2020) Clean, green urban wetlands benefit nocturnal flying insects and associated insectivorous bat predators [12]. Sustainability 2020, 12(7), 2634.
von der Lippe, M., Buchholz, S., Hiller, A., Seitz, B., & Kowarik, I. (2020). CityScapeLab Berlin: A Research Platform for Untangling Urbanization Effects on Biodiversity. [13] Sustainability, 12(6), 2565.
2019 / accepted
Bartz, R., & Kowarik, I. (2019). Assessing the environmental impacts of invasive alien plants: a review of assessment approaches [14]. NeoBiota 43, 69-99.
Buchholz, S. & Kowarik, I. (2019). Urbanisation modulates plant-pollinator interactions in invasive vs. native plant [15]species [16]. Scientific Research 9:6354
Elands, B. H. M., Vierikko, K., Andersson, E., Fischer, L.K., Gonçalves, P., Haase, D., Kowarik, I, Luz, A.C., Niemela, J., Santos-Reis, M., Wiersum, K. F. (2019). Biocultural diversity: a novel concept to assess human-nature interrelations, nature conservation and stewardship in cities [17]. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 40: 29-34. [18]
Fischer, L.K., Brinkmeyer, D., Karle, S.J., Cremer, K., Huttner, E., Seebauer, M., Nowikow, U., Schütze, B., Voigt, P., Völker, S:, Kowarik, I. (2019): Biodiverse edible schools: Linking healthy food, school gardens and local urban biodiversity. [19] Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 40: 35-43.
Gopal, D., von der Lippe, M., & Kowarik, I. (2019). Sacred sites, biodiversity and urbanization in an Indian megacity [20]. Urban Ecosystems 22: 161-172.
Heger, T., Bernard-Verdier, M., Gessler, A., Greenwood, A. D., Grossart, H.P., Hilker, M., Keinath, S., Kowarik, I., Marquard, E., Müller, J., Niemeyer, S., Onandia, G., Petermann, J.S., Rillig, M. C., Rödel, M.O., Saul, W.C., Schittko, C., Trockner, K., Joshi, J., Jeschke, J. M. (2019). Towards an integrative, eco-evolutionary understanding of ecological novelty: studying and communicating interlinked effects of global change. [21] BioScience 69, 888-899.
Jarić, I., Heger, T., Castro Monzon, F., Jeschke, J.M., Kowarik, I., McConkey, K.R., Pyšek, P., Sagouis, A., Essl, F. (2019). Cryptic functional dynamics in biological invasions. [22]Trends in Ecology and Evolution 34: 291-302.
Kowarik, I. (2019). The “Green Belt Berlin” [23]: establishing a greenway where the Berlin Wall once stood by integrating ecological, social and cultural approaches. Landscape and Urban Planning 184: 12-22.
Kowarik, I., Hiller, A., Planchuelo, G., Seitz, B., von der Lippe, M., Buchholz S. (2019).  Emerging urban forests: opportunities for promoting the wild side of the urban green infrastructure [24]. Sustainability 11, 6318.
Lemke, A., Kowarik, I, von der Lippe, M. (2019). Traffic facilitates population expansion of invasive Ambrosia  artemisiifolia [25] along roads [26]. Journal of Applied Ecology 56: 413-422.
Nawrath, M., Kowarik, I., & Fischer, L. K. (2019). The influence of green streets on cycling behavior in European cities. [27] Landscape and Urban Planning, 190, 103598.
Onandia, G., Schittko, C., Ryo, M., Bernard-Verdier, M., Heger, T., Joshi, J., Kowarik, I., Gessler, A., (2019) Ecosystem functioning in urban grasslands: the role of biodiversity, plant invasions and urbanization [28]. PloS ONE, 14(11), e0225438-e0225438.
Pauleit, S.,  Ambrose-Oji, B., Andersson, E., Anton, B., Buijs, A., Haase, D., Elands, B., Hansen, R., Kowarik, I., Kronenberg, J., Mattijsen, T., Stahl Olafsson, A., Rall, E., van der Jagt, A.P.N.,  Konijnendijk van den Bosch, C. (2019):   Advancing urban green infrastructure in Europe: Outcomes and reflections from the GREEN SURGE project [29]. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 40: 4-16.
Pauleit, S.,  Ambrose-Oji, B., Andersson, E., Anton, B., Buijs, A., Haase, D., Elands, B., Hansen, R., Kowarik, I., Kronenberg, J., Mattijsen, T., Stahl Olafsson, A., Rall, E., van der Jagt, A.P.N. (eds., 2019). Urban green infrastructure – connecting people and nature for sustainable cities. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 40: 1-344.
Pauleit, S., Andersson, E., Anton, B., Buijs, A., Haase, D., Hansen, R., Kowarik, I., Stahl Olafsson, A., Van der Jagt, S. (2019). Editorial: Urban Green Infrastructure–Connecting People and Nature for Sustainable Cities [30]. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 40: 1-3.
Planchuelo, G., von der Lippe, M., Kowarik, I. (2019). Untangling the role of urban ecosystems as habitats for endangered plant species [31]. Landscape and Urban Planning 189: 320-334.
Rieger, I., Kowarik, I., Ziche, D:, Wellbrock, N., Cierjacks, A. (2019). Linkages between phosphorus and plant diversity in central European forest ecosystems. Complementarity or competition? [32] Forests 10, 1156.
Schulz, C., Guschal, M., Kowarik, I., Almeida-Cortez, J.S., Sampaio, E.V.S.P., Cierjacks, A. (2019): Intense grazing reduces plant species diversity of Caatinga dry forests in north-eastern Brazil [33]. Applied Vegetation Science 22: 348-359.
Straka TM, Wolf M, Gras P, Buchholz S & Voigt CC (2019) Tree cover mediates the effect of ALAN on urban bats. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2019.00091 [34]
2018 / accepted
Buchholz S., Hannig K., Möller M. & Schirmel J. (2018). Reducing management intensity and isolation as promising tools to enhance ground-dwelling arthropod diversity in urban grasslands [35]. Urban Ecosystems 21: 1139–1149.
Buchholz S. & Möller M. (2018). Assessing spider diversity in grasslands [36] – does pitfall trap color matter? Journal of Arachnology 46: 376-379.
Essl, F., Bacher, S., Genovesi, P., Hulme, P.E., Jeschke, J.M., Katsanevakis, S., Kowarik, I., Kühn, I., Pyšek, P., Rabitsch, W., Schindler, S., van Kleunen, M., Vilà, M., Wilson, J.R.U., Richardson, D.M. (2018). Which taxa are alien? Criteria, applications, and uncertainties [37]. BioScience 68: 496-509.
Fischer, L.K., Honold, J., Botzat, A., Brinkmeyer, D., Cvejić, R., Delshammar, T., Elands, B., Haase, D., Karle, S.J., Kabisch, N., Lafortezza, R., Nastran, M., Nielsen, A.B., van der Jagt, A.P., Vierikko, K., Kowarik, I. (2018) Recreational ecosystem services in European cities: sociocultural and geographic context matters for park use. [38] Ecosystem Services 31:455-467.
Fischer, L.K., Honold, J., Cvejić, R., Delshammar, T., Hilbert, S., Lafortezza, R., Nastran, M., Nielsen, A.B., Pintar, M., van der Jagt, A., Kowarik, I. (2018):  Beyond green: broad support for biodiversity in multicultural European cities. [39] Global Environmental Change 49: 35-45. doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2018.02.001.&nbsp [40];
Fischer, L.K., Kowarik, I. (2018). How people value biodiversity in urban landscapes: Assessing the people-nature intersection in cities. In: Mueller, L. & Sychev, V. (eds.): Novel Methods and Results of Landscape Research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia, pp. 66-69.
Gopal, D., von der Lippe, M., Kowarik, I. (2018). Sacred sites as habitats of culturally important plant species in an Indian megacity [41]. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 32: 113-122.
Hansjürgens B., Brenck M., Bartz R., Kowarik I. (2018) The TEEB Approach. Towards Sustainable Urban Transformations: Demonstrating and Capturing Ecosystem Service Values [42]. In: Kabisch S. et al. (eds) Urban Transformations. Future City, vol 10. Springer, Cham, pp. 117-132.
Kowarik, I. (2018): Urban wilderness: supply, demand, and access. [43] Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 29: 336-347.
Kowarik, I., von der Lippe, M. (2018):  Understanding plant species success across urban ecosystems – a framework to inform urban biodiversity conservation [44]. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 2354-2361.
Landor-Yamagata, J., Kowarik, I., Fischer, L.K. (2018) Urban Foraging in Berlin: People, Plants and Practices within the Metropolitan Green Infrastructure. [45] Sustainability 10, 1873.
McKinney, M., Kowarik, I., Kendal, D. (2018). The contribution of wild urban ecosystems to liveable cities. [46] Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 29 doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2017.09.004 [47]
Schulz, C., Guschal, M., Kowarik, I., Almeida-Cortez, J.S., Sampaio, E.V.S.P., Cierjacks, A. (2018): Grazing, forest structure, and carbon storage: towards a more sustainable land use in Caatinga dry forests of Brazil. [48] Regional Environmental Change 18: 1969-1981.
Thiele J., Schirmel J. & Buchholz S. (2018). Effectiveness of corridors varies among phytosociological plant groups and dispersal syndromes. PLoS ONE 13(7): e0199980. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0199980 [49].
Thiele J., Kellner S., Buchholz S. & Schirmel J. (2018) Connectivity or area – what drives plant species richness in habitat corridors? [50] Landscape Ecology 33: 173-181.
Thiele J., Buchholz S. & Schirmel J. (2018) Using resistance distance from circuit theory to model dispersal through habitat corridors [51]. Journal of Plant Ecology 11: 385-393.
2017 / accepted
Hand, R., Grossmann, A., Lauterbach, D., (2017): Endemics and their common congener plant species on an East Mediterranean island: a 
comparative functional trait approach. [52] Plant Ecology 218: 139-150.

Kowarik, I., Bartz, R., Brenk, M., Hansjürgens,B. (2017): Ecosystem services in the city. Protecting health and enhancing quality of life. Summary for decision-makers. Technische Universität Berlin, Umweltforschungszentrum Halle-Leipzig, 76 pp..
Kühn, I., Kowarik, I., Pyšek, P. (2017): Seven years of NeoBiota – the times, were they a changin’? [53] NeoBiota 36: 57-69.
Palliwoda, J., Kowarik, I., von der Lippe, M. (2017): Human-biodiversity interactions in urban parks: [54] The species level matters. Landscape and Urban Planning. Landscape and Urban Plannung 157: 394–406.
Rieger, I., Kowarik, I., Cherubini, P., Cierjacks, A. (2017): A novel dendrochronological approach reveals drivers of carbon sequestration in tree species of riparian forests across spatiotemporal scales. [55] Science of the Total Environment 574:1261-1275.
Schulz, C., Koch, R., Cierjacks, A., Kleinschmit, B. (2017): Land change and loss of landscape diversity at the Caatinga biome [56] - Analysis of pattern-process relationships with MODIS land cover products (2001-2012). Journal of Arid Enviroments 136:54-74.
Tischew, S., Kommraus, F., Fischer, L.K., Kowarik, I. (2017): Drastic site-preparation is key to reintroduction success of the endangered grassland species Jurinea cyanoides. [57] Biological Conservation 214: 88-100.
Vierikko, K., Elands, B., Niemelä, J., Andersson, E., Buijs, A., Fischer, L.K., Haase, D., Kabisch, N., Kowarik, I., Luz,A.C., Olafsson Stahl, A., Száraz, L., Van der Jagt,A., Konijnendijk van den Bosch, C. (2017): Considering the [58]
ways biocultural diversity helps enforce the urban green infrastructure in times of urban transformation. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainabilit. [59] Elsevier 22: 7-12.

2016 / accepted
Botzat, A., Fischer, L.K., Kowarik, I. (2016): Unexploited opportunities in understanding liveable and biodiverse cities. [60] A review on urban biodiversity perception and valuation. Global Environmental Change 39: 220–233.
Buchholz, S., Blick, T., Hannig, K., Kowarik, I., Lemke, A., Otte, V., Scharon, J., Schönhofer, A., Teige, T., von der Lippe, M., Seitz, B. (2016): Biological richness of a large urban cemetery in Berlin. Results of a multi-taxon approach. [61] Biodiversity Data Journal 4: e7057. doi: 10.3897/BDJ.4.e7057.
Buchholz, S. (2016): Natural peat bog remnants promote distinct spider assemblages and habitat specific traits. [62] Ecological Indicators 60: 774-780.
Cierjacks, A., Pommeranz, M., Schulz, K., Almeida-Cortez, J. (2016): Is crop yield related to weed species diversity and biomass in coconut and banana fields of northeastern Brazil? [63] Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 220: 175-183.
Fischer, L.K., Eichfeld, J., Kowarik, I., Buchholz, S. (2016): Disentangling urban habitat and matrix effects on wild bee species. [64] PeerJ 4:e2729
Fischer, L.K., Rodorff, V., von der Lippe, M., Kowarik, I. (2016): Drivers of biodiversity patterns in parks of a growing South American megacity. [65] Urban Ecosystems 19: 1231-1249.
Graf-Rosenfellner, M., Cierjacks, A., Kleinschmit, B., Lang, F. (2016): Soil formation and its implications for stabilization of soil organic matter in the riparian zone. [66] CATENA 139: 9-18.
Kieck, J.S., Zug K.L.M., Huamaní Yupanqui H.A., Gómez Aliaga, R., Cierjacks, A. (2016): Plant diversity effects on crop yield, pathogen incidence, and secondary metabolism on cacao farms in Peruvian Amazonia. [67] Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 222: 223-234.
Kowarik, I. (2016): Das Konzept der potenziellen natürlichen Vegetation und seine Bedeutung für Naturschutz und Landschaftspflege. Natur und Landschaft 91 (9/10): 429-435.
Kowarik, I., Buchholz, S., von der Lippe, M., Seitz, B. (2016): Biodiversity functions of urban cemeteries: evidence from one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe. [68] Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 19: 68-78.
Palliwoda, J., Kowarik, I., von der Lippe, M. (2016): 
Human-biodiversity interactions in urban parks: The species level matters. [69]
Landscape and Urban Planning (accepted).
Rebele, F., Lehmann, C., 2016.  Twenty years of woodland establishment 
through natural succession on a sandy landfill site in Berlin, 
Germany. [70] Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 18: 182-189.

Säumel, I., Weber, F., Kowarik, I. (2016): Towards livable and healthy urban streets: roadside vegetation provides ecosystem services where people live and move. [71] Environmental Science and Policy 62: 24-33.
Schirmel, J., Bundschuh, M., Entling, M.H., Kowarik, I., Buchholz, S. (2016): Impacts of invasive plants on resident animals across ecosystems, taxa, and feeding types [72]: A global assessment. Global Change Biology 22 (2): 594-603.
Schulz, K., Voigt, K., Beusch, C., Almeida-Cortez, J.S., Kowarik, I., Walz, A., Cierjacks, A. (2016): Grazing deteriorates the soil carbon stocks of Caatinga forest ecosystems in Brazil [73]. Forest Ecology and Management 367: 62-70.
Sitzia, T., Campagnaro, T., Kowarik, I., Trentanovi, G. (2016): Using forest management to control alien invasive species: helping implemnt the new European regulation on alien invasive species [74]. Biological Invasions, 18 (1): 1-7.
Sjöman, H., Morgenroth, J., Deak Sjöman, J., Sæbø, A., Kowarik, I. (2016): Diversification of the urban forest. Can we afford to exclude exotic tree species? [75] Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 18: 237–241.
2015
Becker M & Buchholz S (2015) The sand lizard moves downtown – habitat analogues for an endangered species in a metropolitan area. [76] Urban Ecosystems: 1-12.
Buchholz, S., Tietze, H., Kowarik, I., Schirmel, J. (2015). Effects of a major tree invader on urban woodland arthropods. [77] PLoS ONE PLos 10 (9): e0137723.
Essl, F., Biró, K., Brandes, D., Broennimann, O., Bullock, J. M., Chapman, D. S., Chauvel, B., Dullinger, S., Fumanal, B., Guisan, A., Karrer, G., Kazinczi, G., Kueffer, C., Laitung, B., Lavoie, C., Leitner, M., Mang, T., Moser, D., Müller-Schärer, H., Petitpierre, B., Richter, R., Schaffner, U., Smith, M., Starfinger, U., Vautard, R., Vogl, G., von der Lippe, M. and Follak, S. (2015), Biological Flora of the British Isles: Ambrosia artemisiifolia [78]. J Ecol, 103: 1069–1098.
Fartmann T, Borchard F & Buchholz S (2015) Montane heathland rejuvenation by choppering – effects on vascular plant and arthropod assemblages. [79] Journal for Nature Conservation 28: 35-44.
Horn, S., Hempel, S. Ristow, M., Rillig, M.C., Kowarik, I. Caruso, T. (2015): Plant community assembly at small scales: spatial versus environmental factors in a central European grassland. [80]Acta Oecologica 63: 56-62.
Jäger, H. (2015). Biology and Impacts of Pacific Island Invasive Species. 11. Cinchona pubescens (Red Quinine Tree)(Rubiaceae) [81] 1. Pacific Science, 69 (2): 133-153.
Rieger, I., Kowarik, I. & Cierjacks, A. (2015): Drivers of carbon sequestration by biomass compartment of riparian forests [82]. Ecosphere, 6 (10): 1-6.
2014
Borchard F., Buchholz S., Helbing F. & Fartmann T. (2014) Carabid beetles and spiders as bioindicators for the evaluation of montane heathland restoration on former spruce forests [83]. Biological Conservation 178: 185–192.
Köppler, M.R., Kowarik, I., Kühn, N., von der Lippe, M. (2014): Enhancing wasteland vegetation by adding ornamentals: Opportunities and constraints for establishing steppe and prairie species on urban demolition sites [84]. Landscape and Urban Planning 126: 1-9.
Rieger, I., Lang, F., Kowarik, I. & Cierjacks, A. (2014): The interplay of sedimentation and carbon accretion in riparian forests. [85] Geomorphology 214: 157-167.
Siewers J, Schirmel J & Buchholz S (2014) The efficiency of pitfall traps as a method of sampling epigeal arthropods in litter rich forest habitats. [86] European Journal of Entomology 111: 69-74.
von Hoffen, L.P. & Säumel, I. (2014): Orchards for edible cities:Cadmium and lead content in nuts, berries, pome and stone fruits harvested within the inner city neighbourhoods in Berlin, Germany. [87] Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 101: 233-239.
Weber, F., Kowarik, I., Säumel, I. (2014): Herbaceous plants as filters: Immobilization of particulates along urban street corridors. [88] Environmental Pollution 186: 234–240.
Weber, F., Kowarik, I., Säumel, I. (2014): A walk on the wild side: perceptions of roadside vegetation beyond trees. [89] Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 13, 205-212.
2013
Buchholz, S., Hannig, K. & Schirmel, J. (2013): Losing uniqueness - shifts in carabid species composition during dry grassland and heathland succession. [90] Animal Conservation 16: 661-670.
Buchholz, S., Rolfsmeyer, D. & Schirmel, J. (2013): Simulating small-scale climate change effects – lessons from a short-term field manipulation experiment on grassland arthropods. [91] Insect Science 20: 662-670. 
Buchholz, S. (2013): Spider records from East Macedonia and Thrace (NE Greece). [92] Arachnologische Mitteilungen 45: 45-53.
Buchholz, S. & Schröder, M. (2013): Diversity and ecology of spider assemblages of a Mediterranean wetland complex. [93]Journal of Arachnology 41: 364–373.
Cierjacks, A., Kowarik, I., Joshi, J., Hempel, S., Ristow, M., von der Lippe, M. & Weber, E. (2013): Biological flora of the British Isles: Robinia pseudoacacia. [94] Journal of Ecology 101: 1623-1640.
Fischer, L.K., von der Lippe, M., Kowarik, I. (2013): Urban land use types contribute to grassland conservation. The example of Berlin. [95]Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 12: 263-272.
Fischer, L.K., von der Lippe, M., Kowarik, I. (2013). Urban grassland restoration: Which plant traits make desired species successful colonisers? [96] Applied Vegetation Science 16: 272-285.
Fischer, L.K., von der Lippe, M., Rillig, M.C., Kowarik, I. (2013): Creating novel urban grasslands by reintroducing native species in wasteland vegetation [97]. Biological Conservation 159: 119-126.
Gardener, M.R, Trueman, M., Buddenhagen, C., Heleno, R., Jäger, H., Atkinson, R., and Tye, A. (2013). A pragmatic approach to the management of plant invasions in Galapagos [98]. In: Foxcroft, L.C., Pyšek, P., Richardson, D.M., and Genovesi, P. (eds.) Plant invasions in protected areas: patterns, problems and challenges. Invading Nature - Springer Series in Invasion Ecology, Dordrecht, Volume 7, pp 349-374.
Jäger, H., Alencastro, M.J., Kaupenjohann, M., Kowarik, I. (2013): Ecosystem changes in Galápagos highlands by the invasive tree Cinchona pubescens. Plant and Soil 371: 629-640.
Kleinschroth, F., Schöning, C., Kung'u, J., Kowarik, I. & Cierjacks, A. (2013): Regeneration of the East African timber tree Ocotea usambarensis in relation to historical logging. [99] Forest Ecology and Management 291: 396-403.
Kowarik, I. (2013): Cities and wilderness: a new perspective. [100] International Journal of Wilderness 19 (3): 32-36.
Kowarik, I., von der Lippe, M. & Cierjacks, A. (2013): Prevalence of alien versus native species of woody plants in Berlin differs between habitats and at different scales. [101]Preslia 85: 113-132.
Lauterbach D., Römermann C., Jeltsch F., Ristow M: (2013) Factors driving plant rarity in dry grasslands on different spatial scales.  [102] a functional trait approach. Biodiversity and Conservation 22: 2337-2352.
Rebele, F. (2013): Differential succession towards woodland along a nutrient gradient. [103] Applied Vegetation Science 16: 365–378.
Rieger, I., Lang, F., Kleinschmit, B., Kowarik, I. & Cierjacks, A. (2013): Fine root and aboveground carbon stocks in riparian forests: the roles of diking and environmental gradients. [104] Plant and Soil 370: 497-509.
Säumel, I., Kowarik, I., (2013): Propagule morphology and river characteristics shape secondary water dispersal in tree species. [105] - Plant Ecology 214: 1257-1272.
Schirmel, J. & Buchholz, S. (2013): Invasive alien moss alters patterns both in life-history traits and functional diversity of ground-dwelling arthropods (Araneae and Carabidae) [106]. Biological Invasions 15: 1089-1100.
Trentanovi, G., von der Lippe, M., Sitzia, T., Ziechmann, U., Kowarik, I. & Cierjacks, A. (2013): Biotic homogenization at the community scale: disentangling the roles of urbanization and plant invasion [107]. Diversity and Distributions 19: 738-748.
von der Lippe, M.,  Bullock, J.M.,  Kowarik, I.,  Knopp, T.,  Wichmann, M. (2013): Human-mediated dispersal of seeds by the airflow of vehicles [108]. PLoS ONE 8(1): e52733. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0052733
2012
Abendroth, S., Kowarik, I., Müller, N., von der Lippe, M. (2012): The green colonial heritage: woody plants in parks of Bandung, Indonesia [109]. Landscape and Urban Planning 106: 12-22.
Cierjacks, A., Behr, F. & Kowarik, I. (2012): Operational performance indicators for litter management at festivals in semi-natural landscapes [110]. Ecological Indicators 13: 328-337.
Gemeinholzer B., May, F., Ristow, M., Batsch, C., Lauterbach D. (2012) Strong genetic differentiation on a fragmentation gradient in populations of the heterocarpic annual Catananche lutea L. (Compositae) [111]. Plant Systematics and Evolution 298: 1585-1596.
Heink, U., Bartz, R. & Kowarik, I. (2012): How useful are the concepts of familiarity, biological integrity, and ecosystem health for evaluating damages by GM crops? [112] Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 25: 3-17.
Hensen, I., Cierjacks, A., Hirsch, H., Kessler, M., Romoleroux, K., Renison, D. & Wesche, K. (2012): Historic and recent fragmentation coupled with altitude affect the genetic population structure of one of the world's highest tropical tree line species. [113] Global Ecology and Biogeography 21: 455-464.
Hofmann, M., Westermann, J., Kowarik, I., van der Meer (2012): Perceptions of parks and urban wilderness by landscape planners and residents [114]. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 11: 303-312.
Keßler, T., Cierjacks, A., Ernst, R. & Dziock, F. (2012): Direct and indirect effects of ski run management on alpine Orthoptera [115]. Biodiversity and Conservation 21: 281-296.
Kowarik, I. & Pyšek, P. (2012): The first steps towards unifying concepts in invasion ecology were made one hundred years ago [116]: revisiting the work of the Swiss botanist Albert Thellung. Diversity and Distributions 18: 1243–1252.
Lauterbach D., Burkart M., Gemeinholzer B. (2012) Rapid genetic differentiation between ex situ and their in situ source populations: an example of the endangered Silene otites (Caryophyllaceae). [117] Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 168: 64-75.
Lauterbach D., Ristow M., Gemeinholzer B. (2012) Population genetics and fitness in fragmented populations of the dioecious and endangered Silene otites (Caryophyllaceae). [118] Plant Systematics and Evolution 298: 155-164.
Liu, J., Chen, H., Kowarik, I., Zhang, Y., Wang, R. (2012): Plant invasions in China: an emerging hot topic in invasion science [119]. NeoBiota 15: 27-51.
Säumel, I., Kotsyuka, I., Hölscher, M., Lenkereit, C., Weber, F., Kowarik, I. (2012). How healthy is urban horticulture in high traffic areas? [120] Trace metal concentrations in vegetable crops from plantings within inner city neighbourhoods in Berlin, Germany. Environmental Pollution 165: 124-132.
Schirmel, J., Blindow, I. & Buchholz, S. (2012): Life-history trait and functional diversity patterns of ground beetles and spiders along a coastal heathland successional gradient [121]. Basic and Applied Ecology 13: 606-614. DOI 10.1016/j.baae.2012.08.015
Sitzia, T., Campagnaro, T., Dainese, M. & Cierjacks, A. (2012): Plant species diversity in alien black locust stands: A paired comparison with native stands across a north-Mediterranean range expansion. [122] Forest Ecology and Management 285: 85-91.
Suchenwirth, L., Förster, M., Cierjacks, A., Lang, F. & Kleinschmit B. (2012): Knowledge-based classification of remote sensing data for the estimation of below- and above-ground organic carbon stocks in riparian forests. [123] Wetlands Ecology and Management 20: 151-163.
von der Lippe, M. & Kowarik, I. (2012): Interactions between propagule pressure and seed traits shape human-mediated seed dispersal along roads. [124] Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 14: 123–130.
2011
Buchholz, S., Kreuels, M., Kronshage, A., Terlutter, H. & Finch, O.-D. (2011): Bycatches of ecological field studies – bothersome or valuable? [125] Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2: 99–102.
Cierjacks, A., Kleinschmit, B., Kowarik, I., Graf, M. & Lang, F. (2011): Organic matter distribution in floodplains can be predicted using spatial and vegetation structure data [126]. River Research and Applications 27: 1048-1057.
Ernst, R., Massemin, D. & Kowarik, I. (2011): Non-invasive invaders from the Caribbean: The status of Johnstone's Whistling frog (Eleutherodactylus johnstonei) ten years after its introduction to Western French Guiana [127]. Biological Invasions 13: 1767-1777.
Jürgens, A., Seitz, B. & Kowarik, I. (2011): Genetic differentiation of three rare roses in northeastern Germany: Rosa inodora Fries, R. Sherardii Davis and R. subcollina (H. Christ) Keller [128]. Plant Biology 13: 524-533.
Kowarik, I & von der Lippe, M. (2011): Secondary wind dispersal enhances long-distance dispersal of an invasive species in urban road corridors [129]. Neobiota 9: 49-70.
Kowarik, I., Fischer, L.K., Säumel, I., von der Lippe, M., Weber, F., Westermann, J.R. (2011): Plants in urban settings: from patterns to mechanisms and ecosystem services. In: Endlicher, W. et al. (Eds.): Perspectives of Urban Ecology. Ecosystems and Interactions between Humans and Nature in the Metropolis of Berlin. Springer, pp. 135-166.
Kowarik, I. (2011): Novel urban ecosystems, biodiversity and conservation. [130] Enviromental Pollution 159: 1974-1983.
Kühn, I., Kowarik, I., Kollmann, J., Starfinger, U., Bacher, S., Blackburn, T.M., Bustamante, R.O., Celesti-Grapow, L., Chytrý, M., Colautti, R.I., Essl, F., Foxcroft, L.C., García-Berthou, E., Gollasch, S., Hierro, J., Hufbauer, R.A., Hulme, P.E., Jarošík, V., Jeschke, J.M., Karrer, G., Mack, R.N., Molofsky, J., Murray, B.R., Nentwig, W., Osborne, B., Pyšek, P., Rabitsch, W., Rejmánek, M., Roques, A., Shaw, R., Sol, D., Kleunen, M.V., Vilà, M., Lippe, M.V.D., Wolfe, L.M. & Penev, L. (2011): Open minded and open access: Introducing neobiota, a new peer-reviewed journal of biological invasions. [131] NeoBiota, 9: 1-12.
Lauterbach D., Ristow M., Gemeinholzer B. (2011) Genetic population structure, fitness variation and the importance of population history in remnant populations of the endangered plant Silene chlorantha (WILLD.) [132]EHRH. (Caryophyllaceae). [133] Plant Biology 13: 667-777.
Rebele, F., Lehmann, C. (2011): Phytoextraction of Cadmium and phytostabilisation with Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris). Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 216: 93-103.
Säumel, I., Ziche, D., Yu, R., Kowarik, I., Overdieck, D. (2011): Grazing as driver for Populus euphratica woodland degradation in the semi-arid Aibi Hu Region, northwestern China [134]. Journal of Arid Environments 75: 265-269.    
Schirmel, J. & Buchholz, S. (2011): Response of carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and spiders (Araneae) to coastal heathland succession [135]. Biodiversity and Conservation 20: 1469-1482.
Schirmel, J., Timler, L. & Buchholz, S. (2011): Impact of invasion by the exotic moss Campylopus introflexus on carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and spiders (Araneae) in acidic coastal dunes at the southern Baltic Sea [136]. Biological Invasions 13: 605-620.
Schröder, M., Chatzaki, M. & Buchholz, S. (2011): The spider fauna of the Aladjagiola wetland complex (Nestos Delta, NE Greece) - a reflection of a unique zoogeographical transition zone in Europe [137]. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102(1): 217–233.
Simberloff, D. et al. (2011): Non-natives: 141 scientists object. [138] Nature 475: 36
Westermann, J., von der Lippe, M. & Kowarik, I. (2011): Seed traits, landscape and environmental parameters as predictors of species occurrence in fragmented urban railway habitats. [139] Basic and Applied Ecology 12: 29-37.
2010
Bartz, R., Heink, U. & Kowarik, I. (2010): Proposed definition of environmental damage illustrated by the cases of genetically modified crops and invasive species. [140] Conservation Biology 24: 675-681.
Cierjacks, A., Kleinschmit, B., Babinsky, M., Kleinschroth, F., Markert, A., Menzel, M., Ziechmann, U., Schiller, T., Graf, M. & Lang, F. (2010): Carbon stocks of soil and vegetation on Danubian floodplains. [141] Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 173: 644-653.
Heink, U. & Kowarik, I. (2010): What criteria should be used to select biodiversity indicators? [142] Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 3769-3797.
Heink, U. & Kowarik, I. (2010): What are indicators? On the definition of indicators in ecology and environmental planning. [143] Ecological Indicators 10: 584-593.
Jäger, H. & Kowarik, I. (2010): Resilience of a native plant community following manual control of the invasive Cinchona pubescens in Galápagos [144]. Restoration Ecology 18, S1: 103-112.
Lang, F., von der Lippe, M., Schimpel, S., Scozzafava-Jaeger, T. & Straub, W. (2010): Topsoil morphology indicates bio-effective redox conditions in Venice salt marshes. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 87: 11-20.
Säumel, I., Kowarik, I. & ., Butenschön, S. (2010): Green traces from past to future: the interplay of culture and ecological processes in European historical parks. [145] Acta Horticulturae 881: 933-938.
Säumel, I. & Kowarik, I. (2010): Urban rivers as dispersal corridors for primarily wind-dispersed invasive tree species [146]. Landscape and Urban Planning 94: 244-249.    
2009
Fischer, L.K., von der Lippe, M. & Kowarik, I. (2009): Tree invasion in managed tropical forests facilitates endemic species. [147] Journal of Biogeography 36: 2251-2263.
Heink, U. (2009): Representativeness - An Appropriate Criterion for Evaluation in Nature Conservation? [148]GAIA - Ecological perspectives for Science and Society 18: 322-330.
Jäger, H., Kowarik, I. & Tye, A. (2009): Destruction without extinction: Long-term impacts of an invasive tree on Galápagos highland vegetation. [149] Journal of Ecology 97: 1252-1263.
Kowarik, I. & Starfinger, U. (2009): Neobiota: a European approach [150]. Neobiota 8: 21-28.
Lemke, A., von der Lippe, M. & Kowarik, I. (2009): New opportunities for an old method: using fluorescent colours to measure seed dispersal. [151] Journal of Applied Ecology 46: 1122-1128.
Seltmann, P., Cocucci, A., Renison, D., Cierjacks, A. & Hensen, I. (2009): Mating system, outcrossing distance effects and pollen availability in the wind-pollinated treeline species Polylepis australis BITT [152]. (Rosaceae). Basic and Applied Ecology 10: 52-60. 
2008
Cierjacks, A., Rühr, N.K., Wesche, K. & Hensen, I. (2008): Effects of altitude and livestock on the regeneration of two tree line forming Polylepis species in Ecuador. [153]Plant Ecology 194: 207-221.
Cierjacks, A., Salgado, S., Wesche, K. & Hensen, I. (2008): Post-Fire population dynamics of two tree species in high-altitude Polylepis forests of Central Ecuador [154]. Biotropica 40: 176-182.
Kowarik, I. & Säumel, I. (2008): Water dispersal as an additional pathway to invasions by the primarily wind-dispersed tree Ailanthus altissima. [155] Plant Ecology 198: 241-252
Kowarik, I. (2008): On the role of alien species in urban flora and vegetation. In: Marzluff, J. et al. (eds.): Urban ecology. An international perspective on the interaction between humans and nature. Springer, New York, pp.321-338.
Rebele, F. (2008): Vegetation development on deposit soils starting at different seasons. [156] Plant Ecology 195: 1-12
Seitz B., Kätzel, R., Kowarik, I. & Schulz, P.M. (2008): Method for identifying and recording harvest stands of regional provenances of indigenous shrub species. [157] Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung 179: 70-76.
Sukopp, H. (2008): On the Early History of Urban Ecology in Europe [158]. In: Marzluff, J. et al. (eds.): Urban ecology. An international perspective on the interaction between humans and nature. Springer, New York, pp. 79-97.
von der Lippe, M. & Kowarik, I. (2008): Do cities export biodiversity? Traffic as dispersal vector across urban-rural gradients [159]. Diversity and Distributions 14: 8-25.
Wesche, K., Cierjacks, A., Assefa, Y., Wagner, S., Fetene, M.,  & Hensen, I. (2008): Recruitment of trees at tropical alpine treelines: Erica in Africa versus Polylepis in South America. [160] Plant Ecology & Diversity 1: 35-46.
Westermann, J., Zerbe, S. & Eckstein, D. (2008): Age structure and growth of degraded Populus euphratica floodplain forests in NW China and perspectives for their recovery [161]. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 50: 536-546.

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2007
Brande, A. (2007): The first pollen diagram from the Hoher Fläming, Brandenburg (Germany). [162] Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 16: 71 - 181.
Cierjacks, A., Wesche, K. & Hensen, I. (2007): Potential lateral expansion of Polylepis forest fragments in central Ecuador [163]. Forest Ecology and Management 242: 477-486. 
Cierjacks, A., Iglesias, J.E., Wesche, K. & Hensen, I. (2007): Impact of sowing, canopy cover and litter on seedling dynamics of two Polylepis species at upper tree lines in central Ecuador [164]. [165]Journal of Tropical Ecology 23: 309-318.
Fritsche, M., Langner, M., Köhler, H., Ruckes, A., Schüler, D., Zakirova, B., Appel, K., Contardo, V., Diermayer, E., Hofmann, M., Kulemeyer, C., Meffert, P. & Westermann, J. (2007): Shrinking cities - a new challenge for research in urban ecology [166]. In: Langner, M. & Endlicher, W. (eds.). Shrinking Cities: Effects on Urban Ecology and Challenges for Urban Development. Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt, pp. 17-33.
Jäger, H., Tye, A. & Kowarik, I. (2007): Tree invasion in naturally treeless environments: Impacts of quinine (Cinchona pubescens) trees on native vegetation in Galápagos [167]. Biological Conservation 140: 297-307.
Jürgens, A., Seitz, B. & Kowarik, I. (2007): Genetic differentiation of Rosa canina (L.) at regional and continental scales [168]. Plant Systematics and Evolution 269: 39-53.
Kowarik, I. & Säumel, I. (2007): Biological flora of Central Europe: Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) [169] Swingle. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 8: 207-237. 
Kowarik, I. & von der Lippe, M. (2007): Pathways in plant invasions [170]. In: Nentwig, W. (ed.): Biological Invasions. Ecological Studies, Vol. 193. Springer, Berlin, New York, pp. 29-47.
Säumel, I. & Kowarik, I. (2007): Closing the gap! How local actors respond to climate change processes in urban landscapes. Landschaftsentwicklung und Umweltforschung 20: 533-536.
von der Lippe, M. & Kowarik, I. (2007): Crop seed spillage along roads: a factor of uncertainty in the containment of GMO [171]. Ecography 30: 483-490.
von der Lippe, M. & Kowarik, I. (2007): Long-distance dispersal by vehicles as driver in plant invasions [172]. Conservation Biology 21: 986-996.

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2006
Kowarik, I. & Wohlgemuth J.O. (2006): Tulipa sylvestris (Liliaceae) in northwestern Germany: [173] a non-indigenous species as an indicator of previous horticulture. Polish Botanical Studies 22: 317-331.
Sukopp, H. (2006): Apophytes in the flora of Central Europe [174]. Polish Botanical Studies 22: 473-486.
2005
Kowarik, I. (2005): Urban ornamentals escaped from cultivation. In: Gressel J. (ed.): Crop Ferality and Volunteerism. CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 97-121.
Kowarik, I. (2005): Wild urban woodlands: Towards a conceptual framework. In: Kowarik I. & Körner S. (eds.): Wild Urban Woodlands. New perspectives for Urban Forestry. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 1-32.
Kowarik, I. & Langer, A. (2005): Natur-Park Südgelände: Linking Conservation and Recreation in an Abandoned Railyard in Berlin [175]. In: Kowarik, I. & Körner, S. (eds.): Wild Urban Woodlands. New perspectives for Urban Forestry. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 287-299.
Lehmann, C., Rebele, F. (2005): Phenotypic plasticity in Calamagrostis epigejos (Poaceae): Response capacities of genotypes from different populations of contrasting habitats to a range of soil fertility [176]. Acta Oecologica 28: 127-140.
von der Lippe M., Säumel I. & Kowarik I. (2005): Cities as drivers of biological invasions. The role of climate changes and traffic. [177]Die Erde 136: 123-143.

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2004
Alaily, F. & Brande, A. (2004): Soil association in the surroundings of oligotrophic mires in the Berlin region. [178] International Peat Journal 12: 21-31.
Cierjacks, A. & Hensen, I. (2004): Variation of stand structure and regeneration of mediterranean holm oak along a grazing intensity gradient. [179] Plant Ecology 173: 215-223.
Kowarik, I. & Guendling, L. (2004): Invasive non-native species in Germany: biological, legal and institutional dimensions. In: Miller, M.L. & Fabian, R.N. (eds.): Harmful invasive species. Legal responses. Enviromental Law Institute, Washington, pp. 89-108.
Lehmann, C. & Rebele, F. (2004): Assessing  the potential for cadmium phytoremediation with Calamagrostis epigejos: a pot experiment. [180] International Journal of Phytoremediation 6: 169-183
Lehmann, C. & Rebele, F. (2004): Evaluation of heavy metal tolerance in Calamagrostis epigejosElymus repens revealed copper tolerance in a copper smelter population of  C. epigejos. [181] Environmental and Experimental Botany 51: 199-213. 
Sukopp, H. (2004): Human-caused impact on preserved vegetation. [182] Landscape and Urban Planning 68: 347-355.
2003
Brande, A. (2003): Late Pleistocene and Holocene pollen stratigraphy of Lake Stechlin. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Spec. Issues: Adavances in Limnology 58: 281 - 311.
Kowarik, I. (2003): Human agency in biological invasions: secondary releases foster naturalization and population expansion of alien plant species. [183] Biological Invasions 5: 293-312.
Starfinger, U., Kowarik, I., Rode, M. & Schepker, H. (2003): From desirable ornamental plant to pest to accepted addition to the flora? The perception of an alien plant species, Prunus serotina, through the centuries. [184] Biological Invasions 5: 323-335.
Sukopp, H. (2003): Flora and vegetation reflecting the urban history of Berlin. [185] Die Erde 134: 295-316.
Sukopp, H. & Wurzel, A. (2003): The effects of climate change on the vegetation of Central European cities. [186]Urban Habitats 1: 66-86.
Schulte, W. & Sukopp, H. (2003): Biotope mapping in cities, towns and villages - a national program in Germany. Acta Ecologica Sinica 23: 588-597
Zerbe, S., Maurer, U., Schmitz, S. & Sukopp, H. (2003): Biodiversity in Berlin and its potential for nature conservation. [187] Landscape and Urban Planning 62: 139-148. $this->_build_link_list($this->linkCount++, "http://www.planen-bauen-umwelt.tu-berlin.de/institut_fuer_oekologie/fachgebiet_oekosystemkunde_insbesondere_pflanzenoekologie/menue/team/herbert_sukopp/", "www.planen-bauen-umwelt.tu-berlin.de/institut_fuer_oekologie/fachgebiet_oekosystemkunde_insbesondere_pflanzenoekologie/menue/team/herbert_sukopp/ [188]")
Zerbe, S. & Brande, A. (2003): Woodland degradation and regeneration in Central Europe during the last 1000 years, a case study in NE Germany. [189] Phytocoenologia 33: 683-700.
2002
Alaily, F. & Brande, A. (2002): Bodenentwicklung am Rande oligotropher Moore im Raum Berlin. [190]Journal of Plant Nurtrition and Soil Science 165: 305-312.
Kim, Y.-M., Zerbe, S. & Kowarik, I. (2002): Human impact on flora and habitats in Korean rural settlements. [191] Preslia 74: 409-419.
Lehmann, C. & Rebele, F. (2002): Successful management of Calamagrostis epigejos (L.) Roth on a sandy landfill site. [192] Journal of Applied Botany 76: 77-81.
Rebele, F. & Lehmann, C. (2002): Restoration of a landfill site by spontaneous and directed succession, Berlin, Germany. [193] Restoration Ecology 10: 340-347.
Sukopp, H. (2002): On the early history of urban ecology in Europe [194]. Preslia 74: 373-393.

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2001
Rebele, F. & Lehmann, C. (2001): Biological flora of Central Europe: Calamagrostis epigejos (L.) Roth. Flora 196: 325-344.
Rebele, F. (2001): Management impacts on vegetation dynamics of hyper-eutrophicated fields at Berlin, Germany [195]. Applied Vegetation Science 4: 147-156.
2000
Tye, A. & H. Jäger (2000): Galvezia leucantha subsp. porphyrantha (Scrophulariaceae), a new shrub snapdragon endemic to Santiago Island, Galápagos, Ecuador. [196] Novon 10: 164-168.
Rebele, F. (2000): Competition and coexistence of rhizomatous perennial plants along a nutrient gradient. [197] Plant Ecology 147: 77-94.
Sukopp, H. & Wurzel, A. (2000): Changing climate and the effects on vegetation in Central European cities. [198] Arboricultural Journal 24: 1-24.

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1999
Sukopp, H. & Starfinger, U. (1999): Disturbance in urban ecosystems. In: Walker, L.R. (ed.): Ecosystems of disturbed ground. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 397-412.
Sukopp, H. & Wurzel, A. (1999): Changing climate and the effects on flora and vegetation in Central European Cities. - In: Klötzli, F. & Walther, G.-R. (eds.): Recent shifts in vegetation boundaries of deciduous forests, especially due to general global warming. Birkhäuser, Basel, pp. 91-120.
1998
Schepker, H. & Kowarik, I. (1998): Invasive North American Blueberry Hybrids (Vaccinium corymbosum x angustifolium) in northern Germany. In: Starfinger, U., Edwards, K., Kowarik, I. & Williamson, M. (eds.): Plant invasions. Ecology and human response. Backhuys, Leiden, pp. 253-260.
Bornkamm, R., Darius, F. & Prasse, R. (1998): Element contents of perennial plant species in the sand desert near Nizzana (Israel). Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 161: 189-195.
Haslam, S.M., Klötzli, F., Sukopp, H. & SzczepanskiI, A. (1998): The management of wetlands. In: Westlake, D.F., Kvet, J. & Szczepanski, A. (eds.): The production ecology of wetlands. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 405-464.
Kowarik, I. & Schepker, H. (1998): Plant invasions in northern Germany: human perception and response. In: Starfinger, U., Edwards, K., Kowarik, I. & Williamson, M. (eds.): Plant invasions. Ecology and human response. Backhuys, Leiden, pp. 109-120.
Lehmann, C., Rebele, F. & Starfinger, U. (1998): Plant population ecology. In: Esser, K., Kadereit, J.W., Lüttge, U. & Runge, M. (eds): Progress in Botany, Vol. 60. Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 502-526.
Sukopp, H. (1998): On the study of anthropogenic plant migration in Central Europe. In: Starfinger, U., Edwards, K., Kowarik, I. & Williamson, M. (eds.): Plant Invasions: Ecological Mechanisms and Human Responses. Backhuys, Leiden, pp. 43-56.
Sukopp, H. (1998): Urban Ecology - Scientific and Practical Aspects. In: Breuste, J., Feldmann, H. & Uhlmann, O. (eds.): Urban Ecology. Springer, Berlin, pp. 3-16.
1996
Behre, K.-E., Brande, A., Küster, H. & Rösch, M. (1996): Germany. In Berglund, B.E., Birks, H.J.B., Ralska-Jasiewiczowa, M. & Wright, H.E. (eds.): Palaeoecological events during the last 15 000 years: regional syntheses of palaeoecological studies of lakes and mires in Europe. Wiley & Sons, Chichester, pp. 507-551.

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1995
Kowarik, I. (1995): Clonal growth in Ailanthus altissima on a natural site in West Virginia [199]. Journal of Vegetation Science 6: 853-856.
Kowarik, I. (1995): Time lags in biological invasions with regard to the success and failure of alien species. [200]In: Pysek, P., Prach, K., Rejmánek, M. & Wade, P.M. (eds.): Plant invasions - general aspects and special problems. SPB Academic Publishing, Amsterdam, pp. 15-38.
Kowarik, I. (1995): On the role of alien species in urban flora and vegetation. In: Pysek, P., Prach, K., Rejmànek, M. & Wade, P.M. (eds.): Plant invasions - general aspects and special problems. SPB Academic Publishing, Amsterdam, pp. 85-103.
1994
Rebele, F. (1994): Urban ecology and special features of urban ecosystems. [201]Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 4: 173-187.
1993 und davor
Kowarik, I. (1990): Some responses of flora and vegetation to urbanization in Central Europe. In: Sukopp, H., Hejny, S. & Kowarik, I. (eds.): Plants and plant communities in the urban environment. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague, pp. 45-74.
Rebele, F. (1992): Colonization and early succession on anthropogenic soils. [202] Journal of Vegetation Science 3: 201-208.
Rebele, F., Surma, A., Kuznik, Ch., Bornkamm, R. & Brej, T. (1993): Heavy metal contamination of spontaneous vegetation and soil around the copper smelter "Legnica". Acta Soc. Bot. Poloniae 62: 53-57.
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