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Max Rietkerk
Max Rietkerk
Professor Spatial ecology and Global Change, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
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Early-warning signals for critical transitions
M Scheffer, J Bascompte, WA Brock, V Brovkin, SR Carpenter, V Dakos, ...
Nature 461 (7260), 53-59, 2009
38832009
Self-organized patchiness and catastrophic shifts in ecosystems
M Rietkerk, SC Dekker, PC De Ruiter, J van de Koppel
Science 305 (5692), 1926-1929, 2004
13922004
Spatial vegetation patterns and imminent desertification in Mediterranean arid ecosystems
S Kfi, M Rietkerk, CL Alados, Y Pueyo, VP Papanastasis, A ElAich, ...
Nature 449 (7159), 213-217, 2007
10112007
Effects of fire and herbivory on the stability of savanna ecosystems
F Van Langevelde, CADM Van De Vijver, L Kumar, J Van De Koppel, ...
Ecology 84 (2), 337-350, 2003
8532003
Regular pattern formation in real ecosystems
M Rietkerk, J Van de Koppel
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (3), 169-175, 2008
8122008
Self-organization of vegetation in arid ecosystems
M Rietkerk, MC Boerlijst, F van Langevelde, R HilleRisLambers, ...
The American Naturalist 160 (4), 524-530, 2002
7172002
Vegetation pattern formation in semi‐arid grazing systems
R HilleRisLambers, M Rietkerk, F van den Bosch, HHT Prins, H de Kroon
Ecology 82 (1), 50-61, 2001
5522001
Catastrophic vegetation shifts and soil degradation in terrestrial grazing systems
J van de Koppel, M Rietkerk, FJ Weissing
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 12 (9), 352-356, 1997
4291997
Alternate stable states and threshold effects in semi-arid grazing systems
M Rietkerk, J van de Koppel
Oikos, 69-76, 1997
4051997
Ecohydrological advances and applications in plant–water relations research: a review
H Asbjornsen, GR Goldsmith, MS Alvarado-Barrientos, K Rebel, ...
Journal of Plant Ecology 4 (1-2), 3-22, 2011
3592011
Scale-dependent feedback and regular spatial patterns in young mussel beds
J Koppel, M Rietkerk, N Dankers, PMJ Herman
The American Naturalist 165 (3), E66-E77, 2005
2922005
Accumulation of local pathogens: a new hypothesis to explain exotic plant invasions
MB Eppinga, M Rietkerk, SC Dekker, PC De Ruiter, WH Van der Putten, ...
Oikos 114 (1), 168-176, 2006
2712006
Experimental evidence for spatial self-organization and its emergent effects in mussel bed ecosystems
J van de Koppel, JC Gascoigne, G Theraulaz, M Rietkerk, WM Mooij, ...
science 322 (5902), 739-742, 2008
2492008
Slowing down in spatially patterned ecosystems at the brink of collapse
V Dakos, S Kfi, M Rietkerk, EH Van Nes, M Scheffer
The American Naturalist 177 (6), E153-E166, 2011
2442011
Multiscale soil and vegetation patchiness along a gradient of herbivore impact in a semi-arid grazing system in West Africa
M Rietkerk, P Ketner, J Burger, B Hoorens, H Olff
Plant ecology 148, 207-224, 2000
2382000
Spatial heterogeneity and irreversible vegetation change in semiarid grazing systems
J van de Koppel, M Rietkerk, F van Langevelde, L Kumar, CA Klausmeier, ...
The American Naturalist 159 (2), 209-218, 2002
2102002
Early warning signals also precede non‐catastrophic transitions
S Kfi, V Dakos, M Scheffer, EH Van Nes, M Rietkerk
Oikos 122 (5), 641-648, 2013
2072013
High solar radiation hinders tree regeneration above the alpine treeline in northern Ecuador
MY Bader, I van Geloof, M Rietkerk
Plant Ecology 191, 33-45, 2007
2052007
The dynamic regime concept for ecosystem management and restoration
AL Mayer, M Rietkerk
BioScience 54 (11), 1013-1020, 2004
1952004
Phase separation explains a new class of self-organized spatial patterns in ecological systems
QX Liu, A Doelman, V Rottschfer, M de Jager, PMJ Herman, M Rietkerk, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (29), 11905-11910, 2013
1842013
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