Kristine N. Hopfensperger
Kristine N. Hopfensperger
Professor of Environmental Science and Biological Sciences, Northern Kentucky University
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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
A review of similarity between seed bank and standing vegetation across ecosystems
KN Hopfensperger
Oikos 116 (9), 1438-1448, 2007
Global distribution of earthworm diversity
HRP Phillips, CA Guerra, MLC Bartz, MJI Briones, G Brown, TW Crowther, ...
Science 366 (6464), 480-485, 2019
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
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
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, 792-807, 2014
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
Global data on earthworm abundance, biomass, diversity and corresponding environmental properties
HRP Phillips, EM Bach, MLC Bartz, JM Bennett, R Beugnon, MJI Briones, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 136, 2021
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
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
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
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
Correlates of bird collisions with buildings across three North American countries
JA Elmore, SB Hager, BJ Cosentino, TJ O'Connell, CS Riding, ...
Conservation Biology 35 (2), 654-665, 2021
Ecological feasibility studies in restoration decision making
KN Hopfensperger, KAM Engelhardt, SW Seagle
Environmental management 39, 843-852, 2007
Annual species abundance in a tidal freshwater marsh: germination and survival across an elevational gradient
KN Hopfensperger, KAM Engelhardt
Wetlands 28, 521-526, 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
Nitrogen cycling players and processes in green roof ecosystems
ME Mitchell, TL Hamilton, C Uebel-Niemeier, KN Hopfensperger, I Buffam
Applied soil ecology 132, 114-125, 2018
Spatial and temporal dynamics of floating and drift-line seeds at a tidal freshwater marsh on the Potomac River, USA
KN Hopfensperger, AH Baldwin
Herbaceous Plant Ecology: Recent Advances in Plant Ecology, 313-322, 2009
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
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
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