Martin Wahl
Martin Wahl
Professor for Marine Ecology, GEOMAR
E-mail megerősítve itt: geomar.de - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Marine epibiosis. I. Fouling and antifouling: some basic aspects
M Wahl
Marine ecology progress series, 175-189, 1989
Marine epibiosis. I. Fouling and antifouling: some basic aspects
M Wahl
Marine ecology progress series, 175-189, 1989
The second skin: ecological role of epibiotic biofilms on marine organisms
M Wahl, F Goecke, A Labes, S Dobretsov, F Weinberger
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 292, 2012
Calcifying invertebrates succeed in a naturally CO2-rich coastal habitat but are threatened by high levels of future acidification
J Thomsen, MA Gutowska, J Saphörster, A Heinemann, K Trübenbach, ...
Biogeosciences 7 (11), 3879-3891, 2010
Associational resistance and shared doom: effects of epibiosis on herbivory
M Wahl, ME Hay
Oecologia, 329-340, 1995
Epibacterial community patterns on marine macroalgae are host‐specific but temporally variable
T Lachnit, D Meske, M Wahl, T Harder, R Schmitz
Environmental microbiology 13 (3), 655-665, 2011
The influence of natural surface microtopographies on fouling
AV Bers, M Wahl
Biofouling 20 (1), 43-51, 2004
Ecological lever and interface ecology: epibiosis modulates the interactions between host and environment
M Wahl
Biofouling 24 (6), 427-438, 2008
The predominantly facultative nature of epibiosis: experimental and observational evidence
M Wahl, O Mark
Marine Ecology Progress Series 187, 59-66, 1999
Specific epibacterial communities on macroalgae: phylogeny matters more than habitat
T Lachnit, M Blümel, JF Imhoff, M Wahl
Aquatic Biology 5 (2), 181-186, 2009
Stress ecology in Fucus: abiotic, biotic and genetic interactions
M Wahl, V Jormalainen, BK Eriksson, JA Coyer, M Molis, H Schubert, ...
Advances in marine biology 59, 37-105, 2011
Chemical control of bacterial epibiosis on ascidians
M Wahl, PR Jensen, W Fenical
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 45-57, 1994
Patterns of nutrient loading in forested and urbanized coastal streams
MH Wahl, HN McKellar, TM Williams
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 213 (1), 111-131, 1997
Crayfish feeding preferences for freshwater macrophytes: the influence of plant structure and chemistry
G Cronin, DM Lodge, ME Hay, M Miller, AM Hill, T Horvath, RC Bolser, ...
Journal of Crustacean Biology 22 (4), 708-718, 2002
Microbial colonization and degradation of polyethylene and biodegradable plastic bags in temperate fine-grained organic-rich marine sediments
A Nauendorf, S Krause, NK Bigalke, EV Gorb, SN Gorb, M Haeckel, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 103 (1-2), 168-178, 2016
Non-native marine invertebrates are more tolerant towards environmental stress than taxonomically related native species: results from a globally replicated study
M Lenz, BAP da Gama, NV Gerner, J Gobin, F Gröner, A Harry, ...
Environmental research 111 (7), 943-952, 2011
Habitat traits and food availability determine the response of marine invertebrates to ocean acidification
C Pansch, I Schaub, J Havenhand, M Wahl
Global Change Biology 20 (3), 765-777, 2014
Decreased depth distribution of Fucus vesiculosus (Phaeophyceae) in the Western Baltic: effects of light deficiency and epibionts on growth and photosynthesis
S Rohde, C Hiebenthal, M Wahl, R Karez, K Bischof
European Journal of Phycology 43 (2), 143-150, 2008
Extreme Variations of pCO2 and pH in a Macrophyte Meadow of the Baltic Sea in Summer: Evidence of the Effect of Photosynthesis and Local Upwelling
V Saderne, P Fietzek, PMJ Herman
PloS one 8 (4), e62689, 2013
The invasive red alga Gracilaria vermiculophylla in the Baltic Sea: adaptation to brackish water may compensate for light limitation
F Weinberger, B Buchholz, R Karez, M Wahl
Aquatic Biology 3 (3), 251-264, 2008
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