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- Géza B. Selmeczy; Lothar Krienitz; Peter Casper; Judit Padisák
- Hydrobiologia 2018 v.805 no.1 pp. 259-271
- Planktothrix rubescens; climate change; community structure; ecosystems; lakes; models; phytoplankton; Germany
- ... A number of modelling results suggested thermocline shifts as a consequence of global climate change in stratifying lakes. Abundance and composition of the phytoplankton assemblage is strongly affected by the stratification patterns, and therefore, change in the thermocline position might have a substantial effect on this community or even on the whole lake ecosystem. In this study, thermocline de ...
- Elisabeth Pohlon; Nora K. Rütz; Klemens Ekschmitt; Jürgen Marxsen
- Hydrobiologia 2018 v.820 no.1 pp. 255-266
- alpha-Proteobacteria; climate change; community structure; drought; enzyme activity; extracellular enzymes; microbial communities; organic matter; prokaryotic cells; sediments; streams; temperate zones; Germany
- ... Intermittent flow of headwaters occurs with increasing frequency in temperate regions over last decades. Here, we assessed the effects of rewetting process on benthic prokaryotic communities from the Breitenbach (Hesse, Germany) for 10 days following experimental drought of different duration and intensity, by measuring the abundance of selected prokaryotic groups and potential extracellular enzym ...