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Nick J.M. van Eekeren, Eelke Jongejans, Maaike van Agtmaal, Yuxi Guo, Merit van der Velden, Carmen Versteeg, Henk Siepel. 2022. Microarthropod communities and their ecosystem services restore when permanent grassland with mowing or low-intensity grazing is installed.
Marle de Jong, Ollie van Hal, J. Pijlman, Nick J.M. van Eekeren, Martin Junginger. 2021. Paludiculture as paludifuture on Dutch peatlands: An environmental and economic analysis of Typha cultivation and insulation production.
Danut Petru Simioniuc, Violeta Simioniuc, Denis Topa, Merlijn van den Berg, Udo Prins, Penelope J. Bebeli, Iulian Gabur. 2021. Assessment of Andean lupin (Lupinus mutabilis) Genotypes for Improved Frost Tolerance.
Goaitske Iepema, N.J. Hoekstra, R. de Goede, J. Bloem, L. Brussaard, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2021. Extending grassland age for climate change mitigation and adaptation on clay soils.
G.K. Pot. 2021. Chrono-nutrition: an emerging, modifiable risk factor for chronic disease?.
Joachim G.C. Deru, N.J. Hoekstra, Maaike van Agtmaal, J. Bloem, R. de Goede, L. Brussaard, Nick J.M. van Eekeren. 2021. Effects of Ca:Mg ratio and pH on soil chemical, physical and microbiological properties and grass N yield in drained peat soil.
E.T. van der Werf, M Busch, Miek C. Jong, Rogier Hoenders. 2021. Lifestyle changes during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional survey in the Netherlands.
Louise Witteman, Herman van Wietmarschen, E.T. van der Werf. 2021. Complementary Medicine and Self-Care Strategies in Women with (Recurrent) Urinary Tract and Vaginal Infections.
Annemijn Visscher, Marieke C.E. Battjes-Fries, Ondine van de Rest, Olga Patijn MSc, Mascha van der Lee, Nienke Wijma-Idsinga, G.K. Pot, Peter Voshol. 2020. Fingerfoods: a feasibility study to enhance fruit and vegetable consumption in Dutch patients with dementia in a nursing home.
Rachel Denholm, E.T. van der Werf, Alastair D. Hay. 2020. Use of antibiotics and asthma medication for acute lower respiratory tract infections in people with and without asthma.