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Tina Heger
Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB)
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Support for major hypotheses in invasion biology is uneven and declining
JM Jeschke, L Gómez Aparicio, S Haider, T Heger, CJ Lortie, P Pyšek, ...
Pensoft Publishers, 2012
380*2012
Predicting biological invasions
T Heger, L Trepl
Biological invasions 5, 313-321, 2003
3482003
The enemy release hypothesis as a hierarchy of hypotheses
T Heger, JM Jeschke
Oikos 123 (6), 741-750, 2014
2042014
A conceptual map of invasion biology: Integrating hypotheses into a consensus network
M Enders, F Havemann, F Ruland, M Bernard‐Verdier, JA Catford, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (6), 978-991, 2020
1782020
Invasion biology: hypotheses and evidence
JM Jeschke, T Heger
CABI, 2018
1192018
Conceptual frameworks and methods for advancing invasion ecology
T Heger, AT Pahl, Z Botta-Dukát, F Gherardi, C Hoppe, I Hoste, K Jax, ...
Ambio 42, 527-540, 2013
1022013
Structuring evidence for invasional meltdown: broad support but with biases and gaps
RR Braga, L Gómez-Aparicio, T Heger, JRS Vitule, JM Jeschke
Biological invasions 20, 923-936, 2018
1002018
Crypticity in biological invasions
I Jarić, T Heger, FC Monzon, JM Jeschke, I Kowarik, KR McConkey, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (4), 291-302, 2019
902019
The role of eco-evolutionary experience in invasion success
WC Saul, J Jeschke, T Heger
NeoBiota 17, 57-74, 2013
782013
Introduced tree species in European forests: opportunities and challenges
T Heger
Introduced tree species in European forests, 2016
712016
Towards an integrative, eco-evolutionary understanding of ecological novelty: Studying and communicating interlinked effects of global change
T Heger, M Bernard-Verdier, A Gessler, AD Greenwood, HP Grossart, ...
BioScience 69 (11), 888-899, 2019
672019
What biological invasions ‘are’is a matter of perspective
T Heger, WC Saul, L Trepl
Journal for Nature Conservation 21 (2), 93-96, 2013
672013
Taxonomic bias and lack of cross-taxonomic studies in invasion biology
JM Jeschke, L Gómez Aparicio, S Haider, T Heger, CJ Lortie, P Pyšek, ...
Ecological Society of America, 2012
592012
The Invasion of Central Europe by Senecio Inaequidens DC.—A Complex Biogeographical Problem (Die Einwanderung des Schmalblättrigen Greiskrautes (Senecio inaquidens DC.) nach …
T Heger, HJ Böhmer
Erdkunde, 34-49, 2005
582005
Keep ecological restoration open and flexible
ES Higgs, JA Harris, T Heger, RJ Hobbs, SD Murphy, KN Suding
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (4), 580-580, 2018
412018
Tens rule.
JM Jeschke, P Pyšek
Invasion biology: hypotheses and evidence, 124-132, 2018
402018
Seed density is more effective than multi‐trait limiting similarity in controlling grassland resistance against plant invasions in mesocosms
FA Yannelli, G Karrer, R Hall, J Kollmann, T Heger
Applied Vegetation Science 21 (3), 411-418, 2018
382018
A model for interpreting the process of invasion: crucial situations favouring special characteristics of invasive species.
T Heger
Plant invasions: Species ecology and ecosystem management, 3-9, 2001
362001
Societal extinction of species
I Jarić, U Roll, M Bonaiuto, BW Brook, F Courchamp, JA Firth, KJ Gaston, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 37 (5), 411-419, 2022
332022
Enemy release hypothesis.
T Heger, JM Jeschke
Invasion biology: Hypotheses and evidence, 92-102, 2018
332018
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