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Mapping the Flowering of an Invasive Plant Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Is There Potential for Biocontrol Monitoring?
NC de Sá, P Castro, S Carvalho, E Marchante, FA López-Núñez, ...
Frontiers in plant science 9, 293, 2018
882018
Removal of soil biota alters soil feedback effects on plant growth and defense chemistry
M Wang, W Ruan, O Kostenko, S Carvalho, SE Hannula, PPJ Mulder, ...
New Phytologist 221 (3), 1478-1491, 2019
632019
Effects of first‐and second‐generation bioenergy crops on soil processes and legacy effects on a subsequent crop
M Schrama, B Vandecasteele, S Carvalho, H Muylle, WH van der Putten
Gcb Bioenergy 8 (1), 136-147, 2016
542016
Hyperspectral reflectance of leaves and flowers of an outbreak species discriminates season and successional stage of vegetation
S Carvalho, M Schlerf, WH van der Putten, AK Skidmore
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 24, 32-41, 2013
462013
Applying the aboveground-belowground interaction concept in agriculture: spatio-temporal scales matter
C Veen, J Wubs, R Bardgett, E Barrios, M Bradford, S Carvalho, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 300, 2019
332019
Chemical variation in Jacobaea vulgaris is influenced by the interaction of season and vegetation successional stage
S Carvalho, M Macel, PPJ Mulder, A Skidmore, WH van der Putten
Phytochemistry 99, 86-94, 2014
302014
Using Landsat Time Series to Understand How Management and Disturbances Influence the Expansion of an Invasive Tree
NC de Sa, S Carvalho, P Castro, E Marchante, H Marchante
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote …, 2017
252017
Changes in plant defense chemistry (pyrrolizidine alkaloids) revealed through high-resolution spectroscopy
S Carvalho, M Macel, M Schlerf, FE Moghaddam, PPJ Mulder, ...
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 80, 51-60, 2013
242013
The potential of hyperspectral patterns of winter wheat to detect changes in soil microbial community composition
S Carvalho, WH van der Putten, WHG Hol
Frontiers in plant science 7, 759, 2016
172016
Soil biotic impact on plant species shoot chemistry and hyperspectral reflectance patterns
S Carvalho, M Macel, M Schlerf, AK Skidmore, WH van der Putten
New phytologist 196 (4), 1133-1144, 2012
122012
De mogelijkheden van hyperspectrale patronen van wintertarwe om verschillen in bodemorganismen vast te stellen: Samenvatting van de 91e bijeenkomst van de werkgroep …
S Carvalho, WH van der Putten, WHG Hol
Gewasbescherming 47, 2016
2016
De mogelijkheden van hyperspectrale patronen van wintertarwe om verschillen in bodemorganismen vast te stellen
SA De Carvalho, WH van der Putten, G Hol
Gewasbescherming, 68-69, 2016
2016
Soil biota and agriculture production in conventional and organic farming
M Schrama, J de Haan, S Carvalho, M Kroonen, H Verstegen, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 2015
2015
The potential of spectral reflectance: can we “see” the legacy effects of soil from biomass crops?
S Almeida De Carvalho
2014
Soil legacy effects of first and second generation biomass crops
S Almeida De Carvalho
2013
Chemical variation in Jacobaea vulgaris can be influenced by succession stage of vegetation and season
SA De Carvalho
Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting, NAEM 2013, 05-06-februari 2013, Lunteren …, 2013
2013
Legacy effects of different biomass crops differ strongly between biomass crop species
M Schrama, S Carvalho
2013
Spatial and seasonal chemistry variation in Jacobaea vulgaris
R Heirman, S Carvalho
2013
The potential of spectral reflectance: can we" see" the legacy effects of soil from biomass crops?
S de Carvalho, M Schrama
Third BE-basic Symposium, 2013
2013
Jacobaea through the eyes of spectroscopy: identifying plant interactions with the (a) biotic environment by chemical variation effects on spectral reflectance patterns
S Almeida de Carvalho
Wageningen University, 2013
2013
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