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    • Evaporation Study Based on Micromodel Experiments: Comparison of Theory and Experiment 

      Geistlinger, HelmutORCIDiD; Ding, YiORCIDiD; Apelt, Bernd; Schlüter, SteffenORCIDiD; Küchler, Matthias; Reuter, Danny; Vorhauer, Nicole; Vogel, Hans-JörgORCIDiD (Water Resources Research, 2019)
      Abstract Evaporation—a key process for water exchange between soil and atmosphere—is controlled by internal water fluxes and surface vapor fluxes. Recent studies demonstrated that the dynamics of the water flow in corners ...
    • Infection of filamentous phytoplankton by fungal parasites enhances herbivory in pelagic food webs 

      Frenken, ThijsORCIDiD; Wolinska, JustynaORCIDiD; Tao, Yile; Rohrlack, ThomasORCIDiD; Agha, RamsyORCIDiD (Limnology and Oceanography, 2020)
      Chytrid fungal parasites are ubiquitous in aquatic ecosystems and infect a wide array of aquatic organisms, including all phytoplankton groups. In addition to their role as parasites, chytrids serve as food to zooplankton, ...
    • Leaching of hexavalent chromium from young chromite ore processing residue 

      Matern, KatrinORCIDiD; Weigand, HaraldORCIDiD; Kretzschmar, RubenORCIDiD; Mansfeldt, TimORCIDiD (Journal of Environmental Quality, 2020)
      Chromite ore processing residue (COPR) is a waste derived from the chromate extraction from roasted ores and is deposited in some countries in landfills. The objective of this study was to investigate the leaching ...
    • Nutrient regulation of late spring phytoplankton blooms in the midlatitude North Atlantic 

      Browning, Thomas J.ORCIDiD; Al-Hashem, Ali A.; Hopwood, Mark J.ORCIDiD; Engel, AnjaORCIDiD; Wakefield, Ewan D.; Achterberg, Eric P.ORCIDiD (Limnology and Oceanography, 2019)
      The duration and magnitude of the North Atlantic spring bloom impacts both higher trophic levels and oceanic carbon sequestration. Nutrient exhaustion offers a general explanation for bloom termination, but detail on which ...
    • Remarkably high and consistent tolerance of a Red Sea coral to acute and chronic thermal stress exposures 

      Evensen, Nicolas R.ORCIDiD; Fine, Maoz; Perna, Gabriela; Voolstra, Christian R.ORCIDiD; Barshis, Daniel J. (Limnology and Oceanography, 2021-02-15)
      Global warming is resulting in unprecedented levels of coral mortality due to mass bleaching events and, more recently, marine heatwaves, where rapid increases in seawater temperature cause mortality within days. Here, we ...