Weitere Veröffentlichungen finden Sie unter den einzelnen Arbeitsgruppen und in KOPS / Further publications can be found under the individual working groups and in KOPS

Sharma S, Blagrave K, Magnusson J J, O'Reilly C M, Oliver S, Batt R D, Magee M R, Straile D, Weyhenmeyer G A, Winslow L & R I Woolway (2019)  Widespread loss of lake ice around the Northern Hemisphere in a warming world. Nature Climate Change,  9,  227-231

Theodosiou L, Hiltunen T & L Becks (2019) The role of stressors in altering eco-evolutionary dynamics. Functional  Ecology, 33, 73-83

Retel C, Märkle H, Becks L & P Feulner (2019) Ecological and evolutionary processes shaping viral genetic diverstiy. Viruses, 2019, 11, 220 

Becks L & M Milinski (2019) Extortion strategies resist disciplining when higher competitiveness is rewarded with extra gain. Nature Communications, 10, 783

Doubek J P, Carey C C, Lavender M, Winegardner A K, Beaulieu M, Kelly P T, Pollard A I, Straile D & J D Stockwell (2019) Calanoid copepod zooplankton density is positively associated with water residence time across the continental United States. PLOS ONE, 14, e0209567

Eckmann R & B Engesser (2019) Reconstructing the build-up of a pelagic stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) population using hydroacoustics. Fisheries Research, 210, 189-192.

Epp L S (2019) A global perspective for biodiversity history with ancient environmental DNA. Molecular Ecology, 28, 2456-2458

Epp L S, Zimmermann H H & K R Stoof-Leichsenring (2019)  Sampling and extraction of ancient DNA from sediments. In: Shapiro B., Barlow A., Heintzman P., Hofreiter M., Paijmans J., Soares A. (eds) Ancient DNA. Methods in Molecular Biology, Springer series Methods in Molecular Biology, 1963, 33-41.

Gergs R, Gemmer I, Koester M, Rothhaupt K -O & J Behrmann - Godel  (2019) No evidence for a genetic impoverishment of the indigenous amphipod Gammarus roeselii (Gervais, 1835) due to the invasion of Dikerogammarus villosus (Sowinsky, 1894) in Lake Constance. Hydrobiologia, 829, 189–204

Gerphagnon, M, Agha, R, Martin-Creuzburg, D, Bec, A, Perriere, F, Rad-Menéndez, C, Gachon, C. M. M., and Wolinska, J. (2019). Comparison of sterol and fatty acid profiles of chytrids and their hosts reveals trophic upgrading of nutritionally inadequate phytoplankton by fungal parasites. Environmental Microbiology 21: 949–958 (doi:10.1111/1462-2920.14489).

Isanta Navarro J, Fromherz M, Dietz M, Zeis B, Schwarzenberger A & D Martin-Creuzburg Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acid supply improves Daphnia performance at fluctuating temperatures, simulating diel vertical migration. Freshwater Biology 64, 1859-1866

Isanta Navarro J, Kowarik C, Wessels M, Straile D, Martin‐Creuzburg, D (2019) Resilience to changes in lake trophic state: Nutrient allocation into Daphnia resting eggs. Ecology and Evolution, 9, 12813-12825.

Jacobs A, Carruthers M, Eckmann R, Yohannes E, Adams E C, Behrmann-Godel J & R K Elmer (2019). Rapid niche expansion by selection on functional genomic variation after ecosystem recovery. Nature Ecology & Evolution,  3, 77–86

Knoll L, Sharma S, Denfeld B A, Flaim G, Hori Y, Magnuson J J, Straile D & G A  Weyhenmeyer Consequences of lake and river ice loss on cultural ecosystem services. Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 4, 119-131. 

Kruse S, Gerdes A, Kath N, Epp L S, Stoof-Leichsenring K R, Pestryakova, L A & U Herzschuh (2019) Dispersal distances and migration rates at the arctic treeline in Siberia – a genetic and simulation based study. Biogeosciences, 16, 1211-1224.

Kunzmann A J, Ehret H, Yohannes E, Straile D, Rothhaupt K-O. (2019). Calanoid copepod grazing affectsplankton size structure and compositionin a deep, large lake. J. Plankton Res, 41(6): 955–966.

Martin-Creuzburg, D, Coggins, B L, Ebert, D, and Yampolsky, L Y (2019). Rearing temperature and fatty acid supplementation jointly affect lipid fluorescence polarization and heat tolerance in Daphnia. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 92: 408–418 (doi: 10.1086/704365).

Peeters F, Encinas Fernandez J & H Hofmann (2019). Sediment fluxes rather than oxic methanogenesis explain diffusive CH4 emissions from lakes and reservoirs. Scientific Reports,  9, 243 

Schälicke, S, Teubner, J, Martin-Creuzburg, D, and Wacker, A (2019). Fitness response variation within and among consumer species can be co-mediated by food quantity and biochemical quality. Scientific Reports 9:16126 (https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-52538-2).

Schälicke, S, Sobisch, L-Y, Martin-Creuzburg, D, and Wacker, A (2019). Food quantity-quality co-limitation: Interactive effects of dietary carbon and essential lipid supply on population growth of a freshwater rotifer. Freshwater Biology 64: 903–912 (doi: 10.1111/fwb.13272).

Thomas C, Frossard V, Perga M-E, Tofield-Pasche N, Hofmann H, Dubois N, Belkina N, Zobkova M, Robert S & E Lyautey (2019). Lateral variations and vertical structure of the microbial methane cycle in the sediment of Lake Onego (Russia). Inland Waters 9, 205-226.

Zeis, B, Buchen, I, Wacker, A, and Martin-Creuzburg, D (2019). Temperature-induced changes in body lipid composition affect vulnerability to oxidative stress in Daphnia magna. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part B 232: 101–107 (doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpb.2019.03.008).

Zimmermann H H, Harms L, Epp L S, Mewes N, Bernhard N, Kruse S, Stoof-Leichsenring K R, Pestryakova L A, Wieczorek M, Trense D & U Herzschuh (2019) Chloroplast and mitochondrial genetic variation of larches at the Siberian tundra-taiga ecotone revealed by de novo assembly. PLoS One, 14, e0216966.