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Tenna Riis
Tenna Riis
Professor, Department of Biology, Aarhus University, Denmark
Verified email at bio.au.dk
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Hydrologic and hydraulic control of macrophyte establishment and performance in streams
T Riis, BJF Biggs
Limnology and oceanography 48 (4), 1488-1497, 2003
3222003
Macrophyte decline in Danish lakes and streams over the past 100 years
K Sand‐Jensen, T Riis, O Vestergaard, SE Larsen
Journal of Ecology 88 (6), 1030-1040, 2000
3082000
Relationships between water level fluctuations and vegetation diversity in shallow water of New Zealand lakes
T Riis, I Hawes
Aquatic Botany 74 (2), 133-148, 2002
2522002
Global overview of ecosystem services provided by riparian vegetation
T Riis, M Kelly-Quinn, FC Aguiar, P Manolaki, D Bruno, MD Bejarano, ...
BioScience 70 (6), 501-514, 2020
2402020
Macrophyte diversity and composition in relation to substratum characteristics in regulated and unregulated Danish streams
A Baattrup‐Pedersen, T Riis
Freshwater Biology 42 (2), 375-385, 1999
2031999
Plant communities in lowland Danish streams: species composition and environmental factors
T Riis, K Sand-Jensen, O Vestergaard
Aquatic Botany 66 (4), 255-272, 2000
1922000
Dispersal of plant fragments in small streams
T Riis, KAJ Sand‐Jensen
Freshwater biology 51 (2), 274-286, 2006
1702006
Growth and morphology in relation to temperature and light availability during the establishment of three invasive aquatic plant species
T Riis, B Olesen, JS Clayton, C Lambertini, H Brix, BK Sorrell
Aquatic Botany 102, 56-64, 2012
1562012
Tracing the origin of Gulf Coast Phragmites (Poaceae): A story of long‐distance dispersal and hybridization
C Lambertini, IA Mendelssohn, MHG Gustafsson, B Olesen, T Riis, ...
American Journal of Botany 99 (3), 538-551, 2012
1562012
Historical changes in species composition and richness accompanying perturbation and eutrophication of Danish lowland streams over 100 years
T Riis, K Sand‐Jensen
Freshwater Biology 46 (2), 269-280, 2001
1552001
Using river microalgae as indicators for freshwater biomonitoring: Review of published research and future directions
N Wu, X Dong, Y Liu, C Wang, A Baattrup-Pedersen, T Riis
Ecological Indicators 81, 124-131, 2017
1262017
Invasion strategies in clonal aquatic plants: are phenotypic differences caused by phenotypic plasticity or local adaptation?
T Riis, C Lambertini, B Olesen, JS Clayton, H Brix, BK Sorrell
Annals of Botany 106 (5), 813-822, 2010
1242010
Effect of wave exposure on vegetation abundance, richness and depth distribution of shallow water plants in a New Zealand lake
T Riis, IAN Hawes
Freshwater Biology 48 (1), 75-87, 2003
1082003
Plant distribution and abundance in relation to physical conditions and location within Danish stream systems
T Riis, K Sand-Jensen, SE Larsen
Hydrobiologia 448, 217-228, 2001
1072001
Macrophyte complexity controls nutrient uptake in lowland streams
PS Levi, T Riis, AB Alnøe, M Peipoch, K Maetzke, C Bruus, ...
Ecosystems 18, 914-931, 2015
1032015
Global CO2 emissions from dry inland waters share common drivers across ecosystems
PS Keller, N Catalan, D von Schiller, HP Grossart, M Koschorreck, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2126, 2020
962020
Composition and richness of macrophyte communities in small Danish streams–influence of environmental factors and weed cutting.
A Baattrup-Pedersen, SE Larsen, T Riis
Hydrobiologia 495, 2003
942003
Dispersal and colonisation of plants in lowland streams: success rates and bottlenecks
T Riis
Hydrobiologia 596, 341-351, 2008
932008
Vegetation and flow regime in lowland streams
T Riis, AM Suren, B Clausen, KAJ SAND‐JENSEN
Freshwater Biology 53 (8), 1531-1543, 2008
902008
Regeneration, colonisation and growth rates of allofragments in four common stream plants
T Riis, TV Madsen, RSH Sennels
Aquatic Botany 90 (2), 209-212, 2009
892009
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