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Artykuły naukowe

  1. Zbyryt A, Bubnicki JW, Kuijper DPJ, Dehnhard M, Churski M, Schmidt K. 2018. Do wild ungulates experience higher stress with humans than with large carnivores? Behavioral Ecology 29: 19-30. Link DOI: doi:10.1093/beheco/arx142
  2. van Beeck Calkoen, Kuijper DPJ, Sand H, Singh NJ, van Wieren SE, Cromsigt JPGM. 2018. Does wolf presence reduce moose browsing intensity in young forest plantations? Ecography Link DOI: doi:10.1111/ecog.03329
  3. Hedwall PO, Churski M, Jędrzejewska B, Miścicki S, Kuijper DPJ. 2018. Functional composition of temperate forest trees under chronic ungulate herbivory. Journal of Vegetation Science 29 (2): 179-188. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/jvs.12623
  4. Samojlik T, Selva N, Daszkiewicz P, Fedotova A, Wajrak A, Kuijper DPJ. 2018. Lessons from Białowieża Forest on the history of protection and the world's first reintroduction of a large carnivore. Conservation Biology Link DOI: doi:10.1111/cobi.13088
  5. van Ginkel HAL, Kuijper DPJ, Schotanus J, Smit C. 2018. Wolves and Tree Logs: Landscape-Scale and Fine-Scale Risk Factors Interactively Influence Tree Regeneration. Ecosystems Link DOI: doi:10.1007/s10021-018-0263-z
  6. Churski M, Bubnicki JW, Jędrzejewska B, Kuijper DPJ, Cromsigt JPMG. 2017. Brown world forests: increased ungulate browsing keeps temperate trees in recruitment bottlenecks in resource hotspots. New Phytologist 214: 158-168. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/nph.14345
  7. Wikenros C, Jarnemo A, Frisén M, Kuijper DPJ, Schmidt K. 2017. Mesopredator behavioral response to olfactory signals of an apex predator. Journal of Ethology 35: 161-168. Link DOI: doi:10.1007/s10164-016-0504-6
  8. Kuijper DPJ, Devriendt K, Borman M, Van Diggelen R. 2016. Do moose redistribute nutrients in low-productive fen systems? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 234: 40-47. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.agee.2016.04.032
  9. Podgórski T, de Jong S, Bubnicki JW, Kuijper DPJ, Churski M, Jędrzejewska B. 2016. Drivers of synchronized vigilance in wild boar groups. Behavioral Ecology 27: 1097-1103. Link DOI: doi:10.1093/beheco/arw016
  10. Kuijper DPJ, Bubnicki JW, Churski M, Cromsigt JPGM. 2016. Multi-trophic interactions in anthropogenic landscapes: the devil is in the detail. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: 283-283. Link DOI: doi:10.1098/rspb.2015.2375
  11. Kuijper DPJ, Sahlén E, Elmhagen B, Chamaillé-Jammes S, Sand H, Lone K, Cromsigt JPGM. 2016. Paws without claws? Ecological effects of large carnivores in anthropogenic landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Link DOI: doi: 10.1098/rspb.2016.1625
  12. Samojlik T, Fedotova A, Kuijper DPJ. 2016. Transition from traditional to modern forest management shaped the spatial extent of cattle pasturing in Białowieża Primeval Forest in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Ambio: 1-15. Link DOI: DOI: 10.1007/s13280-016-0795-4
  13. Bubnicki JW, Churski M, Kuijper DPJ. 2016. TRAPPER: an open source web-based application to manage camera trapping projects. Methods in Ecology and Evolution: 1-19. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12571
  14. Schmidt K, Kuijper DPJ. 2015. A “death trap” in the landscape of fear. Mammal Research 60: 275-284. Link DOI: doi:10.1007/s13364-015-0229-x
  15. Wikenros C, Kuijper DPJ, Behnke R, Schmidt K. 2015. Behavioural responses of ungulates to indirect cues of an ambush predator. Behaviour 152: 1019-1040. Link DOI: doi:10.1163/1568539X-00003266
  16. Kuijper DPJ, Bubnicki JW, Churski M, Mols B, van Hooft P. 2015. Context dependence of risk effects: wolves and tree logs create patches of fear in an old-growth forest. Behavioral Ecology 26: 1558-1568. Link DOI: doi:10.1093/beheco/arv107
  17. Ruifrok JL, Janzen T, Kuijper DPJ, Rietkerk M, Olff H, Smit Ch. 2015. Cyclical succession in grazed ecosystems: The importance of interactions between different-sized herbivores and different-sized predators. Theoretical Population Biology 101: 31-39. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.tpb.2015.02.001
  18. Schrama M, Kuijper DPJ, Veeneklaas RM, Bakker JP. 2015. Long-term decine in a salt marsh hare population largely driven by bottom-up factors. Ecoscience 22: 71-82. Link DOI: doi:10.1080/11956860.2015.1079409
  19. Kuijper DPJ, Verwijmeren M, Churski M, Zbyryt A, Schmidt K, Jędrzejewska B, Smit Ch. 2014. What cues do ungulates use to assess predation risk in dense temperate forests? PLOS one 9 (1): 1-12. Link DOI: doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0084607
  20. Cromsigt JPGM, Kuijper DPJ, Adam M, Beschta RL, Churski M, Eycott A, Kerley GIH, Mysterud A, Schmidt K, West K. 2013. Hunting for fear: innovating management of human–wildlife conflicts. Journal of Applied Ecology 50(3): 544-549. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12076
  21. Kuijper DPJ, de Kleine C, Churski M, van Hooft P, Bubnicki J, Jędrzejewska B. 2013. Landscape of fear in Europe: wolves affect spatial patterns of ungulate browsing in Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland (Editors' Choice - free online). Ecography 36: 1263-1275. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00266.x
  22. van Ginkel HAL, Kuijper DPJ, Churski M, Zub K, Szafrańska P, Smit C. 2013. Safe for saplings not safe for seeds: Quercus robur recruitment in relation to coarse woody debris in Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland. Forest Ecology and Management 304: 73-79. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2013.04.037
  23. Kuijper DPJ, Bakker JP. 2012. Below- and above-ground vertebrate herbivory and abiotic factors alternate in shaping salt-marsh plant communities. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 432/433: 17-28. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2012.07.003
  24. Smit C, Kuijper DPJ, Prentice D, Wassen M, Cromsigt JPGM. 2012. Coarse woody debris facilitates oak recruitment in Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland. Forest Ecology and Management 284: 131-141. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2012.07.052
  25. De Groot A, Bakker JP, Veeneklaas R, Kuijper DPJ. 2012. Spatial patterns in accretion on barrier-island salt marshes. Geomorphology 134: 280-296. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.07.005
  26. Kuijper DPJ. 2011. Lack of natural control mechanisms increases wildlife-forestry conflict in managed temperate European forest systems. European Journal of Forest Research 130: 895-909. Link DOI: doi:10.1007/s10342-011-0523-3
  27. Bobiec A, Kuijper DPJ, Niklasson M, Romankiewicza A, Solecka K. 2011. Oak (Quercus robur L.) regeneration in early successional woodlands grazed by wild ungulates in the absence of livestock. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 780-790.
  28. Cromsigt JPGM, Kuijper DPJ. 2011. Revisiting the browsing lawn concept: evolutionary interactions or pruning herbivores? Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13: 207-215. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.ppees.2011.04.004
  29. De Groot A, Bakker JP, Veeneklaas R, Kuijper DPJ. 2011. Spatial patterns in accretion on barrier-island salt marshes. Geomorphology 134: 280-296. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2011.07.005
  30. Kuijper DPJ, Cromsigt JPGM, Jędrzejewska B, Miścicki S, Churski M, Jędrzejewski W, Kweczlich I. 2010. Bottom-up versus top-down control of tree regeneration in the Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland. Journal of Ecology 98: 888-899. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/j.1365-2745.2010.01656.x
  31. Kuijper DPJ, Jędrzejewska B, Brzeziecki B, Churski M, Jędrzejewski W, Żybura H. 2010. Fluctuating ungulate density shapes tree recruitment in natural stands of the Białowieża Primeval Forest, Poland. Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 1082-1098. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/j.1654-1103.2010.01217.x
  32. Sjögersten S, Kuijper DPJ, Loonen MJJE, van der Wal R, Woodin S, Huiskes A. 2010. Nitrogen transfer between herbivores and their forage species. Polar Biology 33 (9): 1195-1203. Link DOI: doi:10.1007/s00300-010-0809-9
  33. Kuijper DPJ, Oosterveld E, Wymenga E. 2009. Decline and potential recovery of the European grey partridge (Perdix perdix) population - a review. European Journal of Wildlife Research 55: 455-463. Link DOI: doi:10.1007/s10344-009-0311-2
  34. Kuijper DPJ, Ubels R, Loonen MJJE. 2009. Density dependent switches in diet; a likely mechanism for negative feedbacks on goose population increase? Polar Biology 32: 1789-1803. Link DOI: doi:10.1007/s00300-009-0678-2
  35. Kuijper DPJ, Cromsigt JPMG, Churski M, Adams B, Jędrzejewska B, Jędrzejewski W. 2009. Do ungulates preferentially feed in forest gaps in European temperate forests? Forest Ecology and Management 258 (7): 1528-1535. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2009.07.010
  36. Schut J, Kuijper DPJ, van Dullemen D, Limpens H, Toorman H, Goossen N, Ouwehand J. 2008. Experimental evidence of light disturbance along commuting routes of Pond bats Myotis dasycneme. Lutra 51: 37-49.
  37. Kuijper DPJ, Beek P, Van Wieren SE, Bakker JP. 2008. Time-scale effects in the interaction between a large and a small herbivore. Basic and Applied Ecology 9: 126-134.
  38. Kuijper DPJ, Bakker JP. 2008. Unpreferred plants affect patch choice and spatial distribution of Brown hares. Acta Oecologica 34: 339-344.
  39. Bos D, Kuijper DPJ, Esselink P. 2008. Visible plot markers may bias the results of dropping counts. Vogelwelt 129: 147-152.
  40. Van der Wal R, Sjögersten S, Woodin S, Cooper ES, Kuijper DPJ, Jónsdóttir IS, Fox TAD, Huiskes A. 2007. Spring feeding by pink-footed geese reduces carbon stocks and sink strength in tundra ecosystems. Global Change Biology 13: 539-545.
  41. Kuijper DPJ, Bakker JP, Cooper EJ, Ubels R, Jónsdóttir IS, Loonen MJJE. 2006. Intensive grazing by Barnacle geese depletes arctic seed bank. Candian Journal of Botany 84: 995-1004.
  42. Kuijper DPJ, Dubbeld J, Bakker JP. 2005. Competition between two grasses with and without grazing over a natural productivity gradient. Plant Ecology 179: 237-246.
  43. Chang ER, Zozaya EL, Kuijper DPJ, Bakker JP. 2005. Seed dispersal by small herbivores and tidal water: are they important filters in the assembly of salt-marsh communities? Functional Ecology 19: 665-673.
  44. Kuijper DPJ, Bakker JP. 2005. Top-down control of small herbivores on salt-marsh vegetation along a natural productivity gradient. Ecology 86: 914-923.
  45. Kuijper DPJ, van Wieren SE, Bakker JP. 2004. Digestive strategies in two sympatrically occurring lagomorphs. Journal of Zoology 264: 1-8.
  46. Kuijper DPJ, Nijhoff DJ, Bakker JP. 2004. Herbivory and competition slow down invasion of a tall grass along a productivity gradient. Oecologia 141: 452-459.
  47. Kuijper DPJ, Bakker JP. 2003. Large-scale effects of a small herbivore on salt-marsh vegetation succession, a comparative study. Journal of Coastal Conservation 9: 179-188.
  48. Forstmeier W, Kuijper DPJ, Leisler B. 2001. Polygyny in the Dusky Warbler Phylloscopus fuscatus: the importance of female qualities. Animal Behaviour 62: 1097-1108.


Rozdziały w książkach

  1. Kuijper DPJ, Te Beest M, Churski M, Cromsigt JPMG. 2015. Bottom-up and top-down forces shaping wooded ecosystems: lessons from a cross-biome comparison. W: Trophic Ecology: Bottom-up and Top-down Interactions across Aquatic and Terrestrial Systems.Red. TC Hanley, KJ La Pierre. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom: 107-133.
  2. Bakker JP, Nielsen KJ, Alberti J, Chan F, Hacker SD, Iribarne OO, Kuijper DPJ, Menge B, Schrama M, Silliman BR. 2015. Bottom-up and top-down interactions in coastal interface systems. W: Trophic Ecology: Bottom-up and top-down interactions across aquatic and terrestrial Systems.Red. eds. T. C. Hanley and K. J. La Pierre. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 157-200.
  3. Samojlik T, Kuijper D. 2013. Grazed wood pasture versus browsed high forests – impact of ungulates on forest landscapes from the perspective of the Białowieża Primeval Forest. W: Trees, forested landscapes and grazing animals – a european perspective on woodlands and grazed treescapes.Red. I.D. Rotherham. Routledge, London and New York: 143-162.
  4. Bakker JP, Kuijper DPJ, Stahl J. 2010. Community ecology and management of salt marshes. W: Community Ecology - Processes, models and applications.Red. H. A. Verhoef, P. J. Morin. Oxford University Press, Oxford: 131-147.

Artykuły popularnonaukowe

  1. Elmhagen B, Kuijper D, Sahlén E, Chamaillé-Jammes S, Sand H, Lone K, Cromsigt J. 2017. Tassar utan klös? Svensk Jakt 7: 38-40.
  2. Bobiec A, Buchholz L, Churski M, Chylarecki P, Fałtynowicz W, Gutowski JM, Jaroszewicz B., Kuijper DPJ, Kujawa A, Mikusek R, Mysłajek RW, Nowak S, Pawlaczyk P, Podgórski T, Walankiewicz W, Wesołowski T, Zub K. 2016. Dlaczego martwe świerki są potrzebne w Puszczy Białowieskiej? Las Polski 7: 14.
  3. Bobiec A, Buchholz L, Churski M, Chylarecki P, Fałtynowicz W, Gutowski JM, Jaroszewicz B., Kuijper DPJ, Kujawa A, Mikusek R, Mysłajek RW, Nowak S, Pawlaczyk P, Podgórski T, Walankiewicz W, Wesołowski T, Zub K. 2016. Dlaczego martwe świerki są potrzebne w Puszczy Białowieskiej? Głos Białowieży 3: 12-16.
  4. Kuijper DPJ. 2016. Tauros. Bionieuws 26: 1-1.
  5. Kuijper DPJ. 2015. Jak zrobić dobre Shamo (lub jakiekolwiek inne kury). Gołębie 67: 39-43.
  6. Kuijper DPJ. 2014. O-Shamo: Piekno prawdziwego wojownika. Gołębie 64: 51-55.
  7. Schut J, Kuijper DPJ, Haarsma A-J, Ouwehand J, Limpens HJGA,   van Dullemen D. 2009. Meervleermuizen in Fryslân. De Levende Natuur 110: 73-76.
  8. Smit C, Dekker J, Cromsigt J, Kuijper D. 2007. Draagkracht van de Veluwe onzin. NRC Opinie 17-10-2007.
  9. Smit C, Dekker J, Cromsigt J, Kuijper D. 2007. Teveel aan zwijnen bestaat niet. NRC-Next 25-10-2007.
  10. Arkhipov VYu, Forstmeier W, Kuijper DPJ, van Steenis M, Weiss I. 2003. Notes on the avifauna of Malkachan area, the Sea of Okhotsk coast, Magadan Region. Ornithologia 30: 172-174.


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