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Jack Faber
Wageningen Environmental Research
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Biodiversity effects on soil processes explained by interspecific functional dissimilarity
DA Heemsbergen, MP Berg, M Loreau, JR Van Hal, JH Faber, ...
Science 306 (5698), 1019-1020, 2004
6722004
Biodiversity effects on soil processes explained by interspecific functional dissimilarity
DA Heemsbergen, MP Berg, M Loreau, JR Van Hal, JH Faber, ...
Science 306 (5698), 1019-1020, 2004
6722004
Soil networks become more connected and take up more carbon as nature restoration progresses
E Morriën, SE Hannula, LB Snoek, NR Helmsing, H Zweers, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 14349, 2017
5582017
Ecological vulnerability in risk assessment—A review and perspectives
HJ De Lange, S Sala, M Vighi, JH Faber
Science of the total environment 408 (18), 3871-3879, 2010
4612010
Soil biota community structure and abundance under agricultural intensification and extensification
MB Postma-Blaauw, RGM de Goede, J Bloem, JH Faber, L Brussaard
Ecology 91 (2), 460-473, 2010
3512010
Hazardous exposure of ground-living small mammals to cadmium and lead in contaminated terrestrial ecosystems
W Ma, W Denneman, J Faber
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 20, 266-270, 1991
1801991
Soil fauna: key to new carbon models
J Filser, JH Faber, AV Tiunov, L Brussaard, J Frouz, G De Deyn, ...
Soil 2 (4), 565-582, 2016
1782016
Functional classification of soil fauna: a new approach
JH Faber
Oikos, 110-117, 1991
1721991
Land-use and land-management change: relationships with earthworm and fungi communities and soil structural properties
DJ Spurgeon, AM Keith, O Schmidt, DR Lammertsma, JH Faber
BMC ecology 13, 1-13, 2013
1662013
Earthworm species composition affects the soil bacterial community and net nitrogen mineralization
MB Postma-Blaauw, J Bloem, JH Faber, JW Van Groenigen, ...
Pedobiologia 50 (3), 243-256, 2006
1622006
Tenax extraction mimics benthic and terrestrial bioavailability of organic compounds
TEM ten Hulscher, J Postma, PJ den Besten, GJ Stroomberg, A Belfroid, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 22 (10 …, 2003
1562003
Opbrengsttabellen voor belangrijke boomsoorten in Nederland
JJ Jansen, J Sevenster, J Faber
IBN-DLO [etc.], 1996
1381996
Elaborations on the use of the ecosystem services concept for application in ecological risk assessment for soils
JH Faber, J Van Wensem
Science of the total environment 415, 3-8, 2012
1242012
Ecological vulnerability in wildlife: an expert judgment and multicriteria analysis tool using ecological traits to assess relative impact of pollutants
HJD Lange, J Lahr, JJC Van der Pol, Y Wessels, JH Faber
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 28 (10 …, 2009
1242009
Functional differences between closely-related soil arthropods with respect to decomposition processes in the presence or absence of pine tree roots
JH Faber, HA Verhoef
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 23 (1), 15-23, 1991
1231991
Ecological vulnerability analysis: A river basin case study
A Ippolito, S Sala, JH Faber, M Vighi
Science of the total Environment 408 (18), 3880-3890, 2010
1202010
Mapping earthworm communities in Europe
M Rutgers, A Orgiazzi, C Gardi, J Römbke, S Jänsch, AM Keith, R Neilson, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 97, 98-111, 2016
1182016
Ecological vulnerability in wildlife: an expert judgment and multicriteria analysis tool using ecological traits to assess relative impact of pollutants
HJD Lange, J Lahr, JJC Van der Pol, Y Wessels, JH Faber
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 28 (10 …, 2009
1172009
Earthworm activity as a determinant for N2O emission from crop residue
E Rizhiya, C Bertora, PCJ van Vliet, PJ Kuikman, JH Faber, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (8), 2058-2069, 2007
1162007
On the value of soil biodiversity and ecosystem services
U Pascual, M Termansen, K Hedlund, L Brussaard, JH Faber, S Foudi, ...
Ecosystem Services 15, 11-18, 2015
1072015
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