Kristine N. Hopfensperger
Kristine N. Hopfensperger
Professor of Environmental Science and Biological Sciences, Northern Kentucky University
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A review of similarity between seed bank and standing vegetation across ecosystems
KN Hopfensperger
Oikos 116 (9), 1438-1448, 2007
A global perspective on wetland salinization: ecological consequences of a growing threat to freshwater wetlands
ER Herbert, P Boon, AJ Burgin, SC Neubauer, RB Franklin, M Ardón, ...
Ecosphere 6 (10), 1-43, 2015
The unseen invaders: introduced earthworms as drivers of change in plant communities in North American forests (a meta‐analysis)
D Craven, MP Thakur, EK Cameron, LE Frelich, R Beauséjour, RB Blair, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (3), 1065-1074, 2017
Influence of plant communities on denitrification in a tidal freshwater marsh of the Potomac River, United States
KN Hopfensperger, SS Kaushal, SEG Findlay, JC Cornwell
Journal of environmental quality 38 (2), 618-626, 2009
Impacts of saltwater incursion on plant communities, anaerobic microbial metabolism, and resulting relationships in a restored freshwater wetland
KN Hopfensperger, AJ Burgin, VA Schoepfer, AM Helton
Ecosystems 17 (5), 792-807, 2014
A complex-systems approach to predicting effects of sea level rise and nitrogen loading on nitrogen cycling in coastal wetland ecosystems
LG Larsen, S Moseman, A Santoro, K Hopfensperger, A Burgin
Continent-wide analysis of how urbanization affects bird-window collision mortality in North America
SB Hager, BJ Cosentino, MA Aguilar-Gómez, ML Anderson, ...
Biological Conservation 212, 209-215, 2017
Influence of plant communities and soil properties on trace gas fluxes in riparian northern hardwood forests
KN Hopfensperger, CM Gault, PM Groffman
Forest ecology and management 258 (9), 2076-2082, 2009
Global distribution of earthworm diversity
HRP Phillips, CA Guerra, MLC Bartz, MJI Briones, G Brown, TW Crowther, ...
Science 366 (6464), 480-485, 2019
Influence of invasive earthworms on above and belowground vegetation in a northern hardwood forest
KN Hopfensperger, GM Leighton, TJ Fahey
The American Midland Naturalist 166 (1), 53-62, 2011
Annual species abundance in a tidal freshwater marsh: germination and survival across an elevational gradient
KN Hopfensperger, KAM Engelhardt
Wetlands 28 (2), 521, 2008
The use of case studies in establishing feasibility for wetland restoration
KN Hopfensperger, KAM Engelhardt, SW Seagle
Restoration Ecology 14 (4), 578-586, 2006
Spatial and temporal dynamics of floating and drift-line seeds at a tidal freshwater marsh on the Potomac River, USA
KN Hopfensperger, AH Baldwin
Plant Ecology 201 (2), 677, 2009
Vegetation and seed bank dynamics in a tidal freshwater marsh
KN Hopfensperger, KAM Engelhardt, TR Lookingbill
Journal of Vegetation Science 20 (4), 767-778, 2009
Ecological feasibility studies in restoration decision making
KN Hopfensperger, KAM Engelhardt, SW Seagle
Environmental management 39 (6), 843-852, 2007
Coexistence of Typha Angustifolia and Impatiens Capensis in a tidal freshwater marsh
KN Hopfensperger, KAM Engelhardt
Wetlands 27 (3), 561, 2007
Potential impacts of climate change on Sphagnum bogs of the southern Appalachian Mountains
EH Schultheis, KN Hopfensperger, JC Brenner
Natural Areas Journal 30 (4), 417-424, 2010
Field and laboratory observations on the ecology and behavior of the chestnut lamprey Ichthyomyzon castaneus
PA Cochran
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 29 (4), 491-505, 2014
Removing invasive Lonicera maackii and seeding native plants alters riparian ecosystem function
KN Hopfensperger, RL Boyce, D Schenk
Ecological Restoration 35 (4), 320-327, 2017
Effects of seasonal variation and land cover on riparian denitrification along a mid-sized river
KN Hopfensperger, K Schwarz, ER Kirtman
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 29 (4), 457-473, 2014
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