Karsten Wesche
Karsten Wesche
Head of Botany Department, Senckenberg Museum of Natural History, Görlitz
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Rothmaler-Exkursionsflora von Deutschland, Gefäßpflanzen: Atlasband
E Jäger, K Wesche, C Ritz, F Müller, E Welk
Springer-Verlag, 2013
Global trait–environment relationships of plant communities
H Bruelheide, J Dengler, O Purschke, J Lenoir, B Jiménez-Alfaro, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (12), 1906-1917, 2018
Multivariate Statistik in der Ökologie: Eine Einführung
I Leyer, K Wesche
Springer DE, 2007
Fifty years of change in Central European grassland vegetation: Large losses in species richness and animal-pollinated plants
K Wesche, B Krause, H Culmsee, C Leuschner
Biological Conservation 150 (1), 76-85, 2012
Exkursionsflora von Deutschland
EJ Jäger, F Müller, CM Ritz, E Welk, K Wesche
Exkursionsflora von Deutschland, 8-791, 2013
The Palaearctic steppe biome: a new synthesis
K Wesche, D Ambarlı, J Kamp, P Török, J Treiber, J Dengler
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (12), 2197-2231, 2016
The Kobresia pygmaea Ecosystem Of The Tibetan Highlands: Origin, Functioning And Degradation Of The World9s Largest Pastoral Alpine Ecosystem
G Miehe, PM Schleuss, E Seeber, W Babel, T Biermann, M Braendle, ...
bioRxiv, 135558, 2017
sPlot–A new tool for global vegetation analyses
H Bruelheide, J Dengler, B Jiménez‐Alfaro, O Purschke, SM Hennekens, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 30 (2), 161-186, 2019
Dramatic losses of specialist arable plants in Central Germany since the 1950s/60s–a cross‐regional analysis
S Meyer, K Wesche, B Krause, C Leuschner
Diversity and Distributions 19 (9), 1175-1187, 2013
Global assessment of the non-equilibrium concept in rangelands
H von Wehrden, J Hanspach, P Kaczensky, J Fischer, K Wesche
Ecological Applications 22 (2), 393-399, 2012
Vegetation and soil responses to livestock grazing in Central Asian grasslands: a review of Chinese literature
Y Wang, K Wesche
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (12), 2401-2420, 2016
Climate variability rather than overstocking causes recent large scale cover changes of Tibetan pastures
LW Lehnert, K Wesche, K Trachte, C Reudenbach, J Bendix
Scientific Reports 6, 24367, 2016
The performance of Polylepis australis trees along their entire altitudinal range: implications of climate change for their conservation
P Marcora, I Hensen, D Renison, P Seltmann, K Wesche
Diversity and Distributions 14 (4), 630-636, 2008
Impact of grazing livestock and distance from water source on soil fertility in southern Mongolia
M Stumpp, K Wesche, V Retzer, G Miehe
Mountain Research and Development 25 (3), 244-251, 2005
The significance of fire for afroalpine ericaceous vegetation
K Wesche, G Miehe, M Kaeppeli
Mountain Research and Development 20 (4), 340-347, 2000
Synchrony matters more than species richness in plant community stability at a global scale
E Valencia, F de Bello, T Galland, PB Adler, J Lepš, E Anna, R van Klink, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (39), 24345-24351, 2020
Habitat loss of floodplain meadows in north Germany since the 1950s
B Krause, H Culmsee, K Wesche, E Bergmeier, C Leuschner
Biodiversity and Conservation 20, 2347-2364, 2011
Effects of altitude and livestock on the regeneration of two tree line forming Polylepis species in Ecuador
A Cierjacks, NK Rühr, K Wesche, I Hensen
Plant ecology 194, 207-221, 2008
Meta‐analysis of ANPP and rain‐use efficiency confirms indicative value for degradation and supports non‐linear response along precipitation gradients in drylands
JC Ruppert, A Holm, S Miehe, E Muldavin, HA Snyman, K Wesche, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (6), 1035-1050, 2012
The relationship between plant species richness and soil pH vanishes with increasing aridity across Eurasian dry grasslands
S Palpurina, V Wagner, H von Wehrden, M Hájek, M Horsák, A Brinkert, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (4), 425-434, 2017
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