Marleen Cobben
Marleen Cobben
Humboldt Research Fellow at Wuerzburg University
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Microbial invasions in terrestrial ecosystems
MP Thakur, WH van der Putten, MMP Cobben, M van Kleunen, S Geisen
Nature reviews. Microbiology, 2019
Landscape diversity enhances the resilience of populations, ecosystems and local economy in rural areas
P Schippers, CM van der Heide, HP Koelewijn, MAH Schouten, ...
Landscape Ecology, 193-202, 2015
Potential for an Arctic‐breeding migratory bird to adjust spring migration phenology to Arctic amplification
TK Lameris, I Scholten, S Bauer, MMP Cobben, BJ Ens, BA Nolet
Global change biology 23 (10), 4058-4067, 2017
Projected climate change causes loss and redistribution of genetic diversity in a model metapopulation of a medium‐good disperser
MMP Cobben, J Verboom, PFM Opdam, RF Hoekstra, R Jochem, P Arens, ...
Ecography 34 (6), 920-932, 2011
Modeling water quality in the Anthropocene: directions for the next-generation aquatic ecosystem models
WM Mooij, D van Wijk, AHW Beusen, RJ Brederveld, M Chang, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 36, 85-95, 2019
Wrong place, wrong time: climate change‐induced range shift across fragmented habitat causes maladaptation and declined population size in a modelled bird species
MMP Cobben, J Verboom, PFM Opdam, RF Hoekstra, R Jochem, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (8), 2419-2428, 2012
Robustness and accuracy of Maxent niche modelling for Lactuca species distributions in light of collecting expeditions
MMP Cobben, R Van Treuren, NP Castañeda-Álvarez, CK Khoury, C Kik, ...
Plant Genetic Resources 13 (02), 153-161, 2015
Spatial sorting and range shifts: Consequences for evolutionary potential and genetic signature of a dispersal trait
MMP Cobben, J Verboom, PFM Opdam, RF Hoekstra, R Jochem, ...
Journal of theoretical biology 373, 92-99, 2015
Evolving mutation rate advances the invasion speed of a sexual species
MMP Cobben, O Mitesser, A Kubisch
BMC Evolutionary Biology 17 (1), 150, 2017
Landscape prerequisites for the survival of a modelled metapopulation and its neutral genetic diversity are affected by climate change
MMP Cobben, J Verboom, PFM Opdam, RF Hoekstra, R Jochem, ...
Landscape ecology 27 (2), 227-237, 2012
Who wants to live forever? Roe deer survival in a favourable environment
MMP Cobben, JDC Linnell, EJ Solberg, R Andersen
Ecological research 24 (6), 1197-1205, 2009
Landscape genetics of fragmented forests: anticipating climate change by facilitating migration
MJM Smulders, MMP Cobben, P Arens, J Verboom
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 2 (1), 128-132, 2009
Stable partial migration under a genetic threshold model of migratory behaviour
MMP Cobben, AJ Van Noordwijk
Ecography 39, 1210-1215, 2016
Climate change and crop wild relatives: can species track their suitable environment, and what do they lose in the process?
MMP Cobben, R van Treuren, TJL van Hintum
Plant Genetic Resources 11 (03), 234-237, 2013
Consequences of the genetic threshold model for observing partial migration under climate change scenarios
MMP Cobben, AJ van Noordwijk
Ecology and Evolution 7 (20), 8379-8387, 2017
Bolder Takes All and the Role of Epigenetics. A Comment on Canestrelli et al.
MMP Cobben, K van Oers
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (7), 498-499, 2016
Environmental change and variability influence niche evolution of isolated natural populations
CS Sieger, MMP Cobben, T Hovestadt
Regional Environmental Change, 1-13, 2019
Maternal Effects in a Wild Songbird Are Environmentally Plastic but Only Marginally Alter the Rate of Adaptation
JJC Ramakers, MMP Cobben, P Bijma, TE Reed, ME Visser, P Gienapp
The American Naturalist 191 (5), E144-E158, 2018
Climate change and habitat fragmentation: impacts and adaptation strategies
CC Vos, BF Schaap, WLM Tamis, T Bezemer, M Cobben, A Cormont, ...
Alterra, 2011
Environmentally plastic maternal effects only marginally alter rate of adaptation in a wild songbird
JJC Ramakers, MMP Cobben, TE Reed, P Bijma, ME Visser, P Gienapp
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