Currently, Ecoauthor is largely a one man company of Dr. S. Wijnhoven (Sander). You can find his curriculum vitae here.
You can find full-text examples of recent publications at this page. Dependent of the journal, there are restrictions to making available full-text copies on public sites (therefore in several cases you will find pre- or post-refereeing prints). You can obtain prints/pdf’s from the publisher’s sites as indicated in the files. Or contact Sander Wijnhoven for specific requests or with specific questions.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2017). First description of epizoic ciliates (Sessilida Stein, 1933) on Bathyporeia Lindström, 1855 (Crustacea: Amphipoda) and infestation patterns in brackish and marine waters. Crustaceana (in press).
– Hummel et al. (2017). Ecosystem services in European protected areas: Ambiguity in the views of scientists and managers? PLoS ONE 12(11), e0187143
– Hummel et al. (2016). Geographic patterns of biodiversity in European coastal marine benthos. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
– Van der Gaag et al. (2016). Salinity as a barrier for ship hull-related dispersal and invasiveness of dreissenid and mytilid bivalves. Marine Biology 163,147
– Pronker et al. (2015). Hatchery cultivation of the common cockle (Cerastoderma edule L.): from conditioning to grow-out. Aquaculture Research 46, 302–312.
– Van der Gaag et al. (2014). Temperature dependent larval occurrence and spat settlement of the invasive brackish water bivalve Mytilopsis leucophaeta
(Conrad, 1831) (Dreissenidae). Journal of Sea Research 87, 30-34
– Hummel & Wijnhoven (2014). Long-term patterns in the establishment, expansion and decline of invading macrozoobenthic species in the brackish and marine waters of Southwest Netherlands. Marine Ecology (Suppl 1), 50-55
– Van den Brink et al. (2013). Seasonal changes in caddisfly larval assemblages in river-floodplain habitats along a connectivity gradient. Hydrobiologia 716, 75-85
– Walker et al. (2013). Macrophyte presence and growth form influence macroinvertebrate community structure. Aquatic Botany 104, 80-87
– Van den Brink et al. (2013). Diversity, occurrence and feeding traits of caddisfly larvae as indicators for ecological integrity of river-floodplain habitats along a connectivity gradient. Ecological Indicators 25, 92-98
– Van den Brink et al. (2012). Competition and niche segregation following the arrival of Hemigrapsus takanoi
in the formerly Carcinus maenas
dominated Dutch delta. Journal of Sea Research 73, 126-136
– Hutchings et al. (2012). Note on additional diagnostic characters for Marphysa sanguinea
(Montagu, 1813) (Annelida: Eunicida: Eunicidae), a recently introduced species in the Netherlands. Aquatic Invasions 7, 277-282
– Schipper et al. (2012). Contamination exposure in relation to spatio-temporal variation in diet composition: A case study of the little owl (Athene noctua). Environmental Pollution 163, 109-116.
– Wijnhoven & Hummel (2011). Patterns in macrozoobenthic assemblages indicating state of the environment: insights from the drastically changed Rhine-Meuse estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 436, 29-50
– Wijnhoven et al. (2011). Is Corophium multisetosum
Stock, 1952 an exotic invasive species in Europe? Distribution, habitat and recent observations in the Netherlands. Crustaceana 84, 975-1011
– Wijnhoven et al. (2011). Short and mid-long term effects of cockle-dredging on non-target macrobenthic species: A Before-After-Control-Impact experiment on a tidal mudflat in the Oosterschelde (The Netherlands). Marine Ecology 32(s1), 117-129
– Wijnhoven & Dekker (2010). Records of a new alien polychaete worm species, Marphysa sanguinea
(Montagu, 1815) (Eunicidae) in the Eastern Scheldt, the Netherlands. Aquatic Invasions 5, 431-436
– Wijnhoven et al. (2008). Toxicological risks for small mammals in a diffusely and moderately polluted floodplain. Science of the Total Environment 406, 401-406.
– Schipper et al.(2008). Modeling the influence of environmental heterogeneity on heavy metal exposure concentrations for terrestrial vertebrates in river floodplains. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27, 919-932.
– Schipper et al.. (2008). Spatial distribution and internal metal concentrations of terrestrial arthropods in a moderately contaminated lowland floodplain along the Rhine River. Environmental Pollution 151, 17-26.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2007). Heavy metal concentrations in small mammals from a diffusely polluted floodplain: Importance of species- and location-specific characteristics. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 52, 603-613.
– Veltman et al. (2007). Cadmium accumulation in herbivorous and carnivorous small mammals: Meta-analysis of field data and validation of the bioaccumulation model optimal modeling for ecotoxicological applications. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26, 1488-1496.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2006). Metal accumulation risks in regularly flooded and non-flooded parts of floodplains of the river Rhine: Extractability and exposure through the food chain. Chemistry and Ecology 22, 463-477.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2006). The impact of bioturbation by small mammals on heavy metal redistribution in an embanked floodplain of the river Rhine. Water, Air & Soil Pollution 177, 183-210.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2006). Modelling recolonisation of heterogeneous river floodplains by small mammals. Hydrobiologia 565, 135-152.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2006). The effect of turbation on zinc relocation in a vertical floodplain soil profile. Environmental Pollution 140, 444-452.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2005). Flooding ecology of voles, mice and shrews: the importance of geomorphological and vegetational heterogeneity in river floodplains. Acta Theriologica 50, 453-472.
– Leuven et al. (2005). Toxicological constraints for rehabilitation of riverine habitats: a case study for metal contamination of floodplain soils along the Rhine. Archiv für Hydrobiologie Supplement 155, 657-676.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2003). Reply to comments on Wijnhoven et al. (2003). Aquatic Ecology 37, 449-451.
– Wijnhoven et al. (2003). Exotic and indigenous freshwater gammarid species: Physiological tolerance to water temperature in relation to ionic content of the water. Aquatic Ecology 37, 151-158.
– Mooij et al. (1999). Analysis and comparison of fish growth from small samples of length-at-age data: Detection of sexual dimorphism in Eurasian perch as an example. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 128, 483-490.
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