Eric Struyf
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The Scheldt estuary: a description of a changing ecosystem
P Meire, T Ysebaert, S Van Damme, E Van den Bergh, T Maris, E Struyf
Hydrobiologia 540 (1-3), 1-11, 2005
2652005
Silica: an essential nutrient in wetland biogeochemistry
E Struyf, DJ Conley
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (2), 88-94, 2009
1722009
Spatial and temporal patterns of water quality along the estuarine salinity gradient of the Scheldt estuary (Belgium and The Netherlands): results of an integrated monitoring …
S Van Damme, E Struyf, T Maris, T Ysebaert, F Dehairs, M Tackx, C Heip, ...
Hydrobiologia 540 (1-3), 29-45, 2005
1532005
Silica uptake in aquatic and wetland macrophytes: a strategic choice between silica, lignin and cellulose?
J Schoelynck, K Bal, H Backx, T Okruszko, P Meire, E Struyf
New Phytologist 186 (2), 385-391, 2010
1482010
Historical land use change has lowered terrestrial silica mobilization
E Struyf, A Smis, S Van Damme, J Garnier, G Govers, B Van Wesemael, ...
Nature Communications 1 (1), 1-7, 2010
1462010
Emerging understanding of the ecosystem silica filter
E Struyf, DJ Conley
Biogeochemistry 107 (1-3), 9-18, 2012
1362012
Nitrogen processing in a tidal freshwater marsh: A whole‐ecosystem 15N labeling study
B Gribsholt, S Boschker, E Struyf, M Andersson, A Tramper, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (6), 1945-1959, 2005
1202005
The global biogeochemical silicon cycle
E Struyf, A Smis, S Van Damme, P Meire, DJ Conley
Silicon 1 (4), 207-213, 2009
1182009
Agricultural silica harvest: have humans created a new loop in the global silica cycle?
F Vandevenne, E Struyf, W Clymans, P Meire
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (5), 243-248, 2012
1142012
Tidal marshes and biogenic silica recycling at the land‐sea interface
E Struyf, A Dausse, S Van Damme, K Bal, B Gribsholt, HTS Boschker, ...
Limnology and oceanography 51 (2), 838-846, 2006
1072006
Biogenic silica in tidal freshwater marsh sediments and vegetation (Schelde estuary, Belgium)
E Struyf, S Van Damme, B Gribsholt, JJ Middelburg, P Meire
Marine Ecology Progress Series 303, 51-60, 2005
1052005
Possible effects of climate change on estuarine nutrient fluxes: a case study in the highly nutrified Schelde estuary (Belgium, The Netherlands)
E Struyf, S Van Damme, P Meire
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 60 (4), 649-661, 2004
982004
Phragmites australis and silica cycling in tidal wetlands
E Struyf, S Van Damme, B Gribsholt, K Bal, O Beauchard, JJ Middelburg, ...
Aquatic botany 87 (2), 134-140, 2007
912007
Anthropogenic impact on amorphous silica pools in temperate soils.
W Clymans, E Struyf, G Govers, F Vandevenne, DJ Conley
Biogeosciences 8 (8), 2011
902011
Wetland development, permafrost history and nutrient cycling inferred from late Holocene peat and lake sediment records in subarctic Sweden
U Kokfelt, N Reuss, E Struyf, M Sonesson, M Rundgren, G Skog, P Rosén, ...
Journal of Paleolimnology 44 (1), 327-342, 2010
762010
Freshwater marshes as dissolved silica recyclers in an estuarine environment (Schelde estuary, Belgium)
E Struyf, S Van Damme, B Gribsholt, P Meire
Hydrobiologia 540 (1-3), 69-77, 2005
732005
How do macrophyte distribution patterns affect hydraulic resistances?
K Bal, E Struyf, H Vereecken, P Viaene, L De Doncker, E de Deckere, ...
Ecological engineering 37 (3), 529-533, 2011
682011
Fluxes of water, sediments, and biogeochemical compounds in salt marshes
S Fagherazzi, PL Wiberg, S Temmerman, E Struyf, Y Zhao, PA Raymond
Ecological Processes 2 (1), 3, 2013
632013
Trade‐off between drag reduction and light interception of macrophytes: comparing five aquatic plants with contrasting morphology
KD Bal, TJ Bouma, K Buis, E Struyf, S Jonas, H Backx, P Meire
Functional Ecology 25 (6), 1197-1205, 2011
572011
Lack of steady-state in the global biogeochemical Si cycle: emerging evidence from lake Si sequestration
PJ Frings, W Clymans, E Jeppesen, TL Lauridsen, E Struyf, DJ Conley
Biogeochemistry 117 (2-3), 255-277, 2014
562014
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