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Dr. Carolin Paul - Publikationen

C. Paul, U. Sommer, B. Matthiessen (2021) Composition and dominance of edible and inedible phytoplankton predict responses of Baltic Sea summer communities to elevated temperature and CO2. MICROORGANISMS:

A. Paul, U. Sommer, C. Paul, U. Riebesell (2018) Growth of key Baltic Sea diazotrophic cyanobacteria negatively affected by ocean acidification and warming. Mar Ecol Prog Ser:

C. Paul (2016) Impacts of warming and increasing pCO2 on natural phytoplannkton communities. Dissertation. Ch. Albrechts-Univerität Kiel

C. Paul, U. Sommer, J. Garzke, M. Moustaka-Guini, A. Paul, B. Matthiessen (2016) Effects of increased CO2 concentration on nutrient limited coastal summer plankton depend on temperature.J. Limnology & Oceanography 61(3): 853-868

C. Paul, B. Matthiessen, U. Sommer (2015) Warming but not enhanced CO2 concentration quantitatively and qualitatively affects phytoplankton biomass. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 528: 39-51

U. Sommer, C. Paul, M. Moustaka-Guini (2015) Warming and ocean acidification effects on phytoplankton - from species shifts to size shifts within species in a mesocosm. PLOS ONE. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125239

  • 2023
    • Paul, C., U. Gräwe and A. Kremp (2023). Long-term changes in bloom dynamics of Southern and Central Baltic cold-water phytoplankton. Front. Mar. Sci. 10: 1212412, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2023.1212412 –open access–
  • 2021
    • Paul, C., U. Sommer and B. Matthiessen (2021). Composition and Dominance of Edible and Inedible Phytoplankton Predict Responses of Baltic Sea Summer Communities to Elevated Temperature and CO2. Microorganisms 9: 2294, doi: 10.3390/microorganisms9112294 –open access–