Bibliography

Euro-limpacs bibliographic records (phd). Back to summary

AuthorTitleSchoolYear
Nijboer, R. C.The myth of communities. Determining ecological quality of surface waters using macroinvertebrate community patterns.Radboud University Nijmegen, Alterra Scientific Contributions 17, Alterra, Wageningen2006
Rankinen, K.Analysis of inorganic nitrogen leaching in a boreal river basin in northern Finland. Laboratory of Water Resources, Helsinki University of Technology2006
Vuorenmaa, J.Recovery responses of acidified Finnish lakes under declining acid deposition. Monographs of the Boreal Environment Research No 30. 64 pp. Helsinki Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE)2007
Buffam, I.Linking Landscape Characteristics, Stream water acidity and Brown Trout Distribution in a Boreal Stream Network. Acta Universitatis agriculturae Sueciae vol. 2007:33Dept. of Forest Ecology and Management, SLU, Sweden2007
Petrin, Z.What are the effects of natural versus human-caused acidity on stream species diversity and ecosystem functioning?Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Ecology and Environmental Science2007
Jähnig, S. C. Comparison between multiple-channel and single-channel stream sections: Hydromorphology and benthic macroinvertebratesUniversity of Duisburg-Essen2007
Filippini, M. Structure and dynamics of viral communities in aquatic ecosystemsEidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich, number 170802007
Ferguson, C.Univariate and Multivariate Statistical Methodologies for Lake Ecosystem ModellingDepartment of Statistics, University of Glasgow2007
López-Rodriguez, M. J.Life history, nymphal feeding and secondary production of Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera from Southern Iberian Peninsula. University of Granada2008
Futter, M.Controls on dissolved organic carbon concentrations in surface waters assessed using INCA-C, the Integrated Catchments model for Carbon Trent University, Peterborough, Canada; Aquatic Environments Research Centre, University of Reading, UK2007
Flury, S.Carbon fluxes in a freshwater wetland under simulated global change: litter decomposition, microbes and methane emission. ETH Zurich, Switzerland2008
Hammrich, A.Effects of warming and nitrogen enrichment on carbon turnover in a littoral wetland.ETH Zurich, Switzerland2008
Granlund, K.Nitrogen export from agricultural catchments in changing climatic conditions. In preparation.Finnish Environment Institute2009
von Schiller, D.Implications of Global Change for stream nitrogen and phosphorus retention in a Mediterranean catchment. University of Barcelona2008
Caille, F.Integrated Environmental Assessment of nutrient emissions in a Mediterranean catchment: A case study in La Tordera,Catalonia.University of Barcelona2009
Erlandsson, M.Credible Acidification Assessments in a Changeable Environment - Estimating the Natural Acidity of Boreal Lakes in SwedenDepartment of Aquatic Science and Assessment, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences2008
Casajus, N.Changement climatique et assemblages de poissons des cours d’eau français : modification des aires de distribution et incertitude des projections.Laboratoire Evolution et Diversité Biologique, Université Paul Sabatier2008
Sjøeng, A. M.The future impact of nitrogen in the acidification of surface waters; Modelling, empirical and experimental studies of changes in nitrogen leaching.Department of Biology, University of Oslo, Norway,2008
Hardekopf, D. W.Modeling the recovery of anthropogenically acidified mountain waters.Charles University, Prague2008
Tatosova, J.Recent and subfossil chironomids as a tool for tracing of environmental changes in mountain lakes of glacial origin.Charles University, Prague2008