Ingo Kowarik
Ingo Kowarik
Professor of Ecosystem Science/Plant Ecology, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
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Novel urban ecosystems, biodiversity, and conservation
I Kowarik
Environmental Pollution 159 (8-9), 1974-1983, 2011
Biologische Invasionen
I Kowarik
Neophyten und Neozoen in Mitteleuropa. Ulmer, Stuttgart, 380, 2003
Time lags in biological invasions with regard to the success and failure of alien species.
I Kowarik
Plant invasions: general aspects and special problems, 15-38, 1995
What are indicators? On the definition of indicators in ecology and environmental planning
U Heink, I Kowarik
Ecological Indicators 10 (3), 584-593, 2010
On the role of alien species in urban flora and vegetation
I Kowarik
Urban Ecology, 321-338, 2008
Long‐distance dispersal of plants by vehicles as a driver of plant invasions
M von der Lippe, I Kowarik
Conservation Biology 21 (4), 986-996, 2007
Biological flora of central Europe: Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle
I Kowarik, I Säumel
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 8 (4), 207-237, 2007
How healthy is urban horticulture in high traffic areas? Trace metal concentrations in vegetable crops from plantings within inner city neighbourhoods in Berlin, Germany
I Säumel, I Kotsyuk, M Hölscher, C Lenkereit, F Weber, I Kowarik
Environmental Pollution 165, 124-132, 2012
Some responses of flora and vegetation to urbanization in Central Europe
I Kowarik
Urban ecology: plants and plant communities in urban environments, 45-74, 1990
Biological flora of the British Isles: Robinia pseudoacacia
A Cierjacks, I Kowarik, J Joshi, S Hempel, M Ristow, M von der Lippe, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (6), 1623-1640, 2013
Perceptions of parks and urban derelict land by landscape planners and residents
M Hofmann, JR Westermann, I Kowarik, E Van der Meer
Urban forestry & urban greening 11 (3), 303-312, 2012
Human agency in biological invasions: secondary releases foster naturalisation and population expansion of alien plant species
I Kowarik
Biological Invasions 5 (4), 293-312, 2003
Unexploited opportunities in understanding liveable and biodiverse cities. A review on urban biodiversity perception and valuation
A Botzat, LK Fischer, I Kowarik
Global Environmental Change 39, 220-233, 2016
Do cities export biodiversity? Traffic as dispersal vector across urban–rural gradients
M von der Lippe, I Kowarik
Diversity and Distributions 14 (1), 18-25, 2008
Advancing urban green infrastructure in Europe: Outcomes and reflections from the GREEN SURGE project
S Pauleit, B Ambrose-Oji, E Andersson, B Anton, A Buijs, D Haase, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 40, 4-16, 2019
Zum menschlichen Einfluss auf Flora und Vegetation: Theoretische Konzepte und ein Quantifizierungsansatz am Beispiel von Berlin (West)
I Kowarik
Landschaftsentwicklung und Umweltforschung 56, 1-280, 1988
From desirable ornamental plant to pest to accepted addition to the flora?–the perception of an alien tree species through the centuries
U Starfinger, I Kowarik, M Rode, H Schepker
Biological Invasions 5 (4), 323-335, 2003
Urban wilderness: supply, demand, and access
I Kowarik
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 29, 336-347, 2018
COVID‐19 crisis demonstrates the urgent need for urban greenspaces
F Kleinschroth, I Kowarik
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (6), 318, 2020
Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, 141 signatories
Nature 475 (7354), 36-36, 2011
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