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BONUS MICROPOLL: BONUS MICROPOLL - Mehrstufige Untersuchung von Mikroplastik und assoziierten Schadstoffen in der Ostsee

MICROPOLL befasst sich ganzheitlich mit dem Thema Mikroplastik (MP) in der Ostsee, einschließlich assoziierter Schadstoffe und Mikroorganismen. Das Vorhaben des IOW umfasst die Ermittlung von a) der MP-Abundanz und -Zusammensetzung im Wasser, in Sedimenten und an Stränden der Ostsee, b) der Verweildauer von MP im Ökosystem, und c) der Vektorfunktion von MP für Mikroorganismen. Diese Daten werden innerhalb des Vorhabens genutzt, um mittels räumlich-zeitlichen Szenarien und Modellen die Quellen, Senken und Verbreitungsmuster von MP in der Ostsee zu verstehen und so Vermeidungsstrategien zu entwickeln. Teil des Vorhabens ist zudem die Bereitstellung und Diskussion des gewonnenen Wissens, u.a. in Workshops für Endnutzer, um die Projektergebnisse möglichst effektiv zu nutzen.

Publikationen

  • Lenz, R., Enders, K., Fischer, F., Brandt, J. Fischer, D., Labrenz, M. (2021). Measuring impacts of microplastic treatments via image recognition on immobilised particles below 100 μm. Microplastics and Nanoplastics 1: , https://doi.org/10.1186/s43591-021-00012-0
  • Robbe E., Woelfel J., Balčiūnas A., Schernewski G. (2021). An Impact Assessment of Beach Wrack and Litter on Beach Ecosystem Services to Support Coastal Management at the Baltic Sea. Environmental Management : , doi:10.1007/s00267-021-01533-3
  • Schernewski, G., Radtke, H., Robbe, E., Haseler, M., Hauk, R., Meyer, L., Piehl, S., Riedel, J., Labrenz, M. (0). Emission, transport and deposition of visible plastics in an estuary and the Baltic Sea – a monitoring and modelling approach. Environmental Management : , https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-021-01534-2
  • Oberbeckmann, S., S. Markert and M. Labrenz (2021). Mikrobieller Plastikabbau im Meer: die Suche nach dem Unwahrscheinlichen. BIOspektrum 27: 358-361, doi: 10.1007/s12268-021-1591-7
  • Scales, B. S., R. N. Cable, M. B. Duhaime, G. Gerdts, F. Fischer, D. Fischer, S. Mothes, L. Hintzki, L. Moldaenke, M. Ruwe, J. Kalinowski, B. Kreikemeyer, M.-L. Pedrotti, G. Gorsky, A. Elineau, M. Labrenz and S. Oberbeckmann (2021). Cross-hemisphere study reveals geographically ubiquitous, plastic-specific bacteria emerging from the rare and unexplored biosphere. mSphere 6: e0085120, doi: 10.1128/mSphere.00851-20
  • Oberbeckmann, S., D. Bartosik, S. Huang, J. Werner, C. Hirschfeld, D. Wibberg, S. E. Heiden, B. Bunk, J. Overmann, D. Becher, J. Kalinowski, T. Schweder, M. Labrenz and S. Markert (2021). Genomic and proteomic profiles of biofilms on microplastics are decoupled from artificial surface properties. Environ. Microbiol. 23: 3099-3115, doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.15531
  • Piehl, S., R. Hauk, E. Robbe, B. Richter, F. Kachholz, J. Schilling, R. Lenz, D. Fischer, F. Fischer, M. Labrenz and G. Schernewski (2021). Combined approaches to predict microplastic emissions within an urbanized estuary (warnow, southwestern baltic sea). Front. Environ. Sci. 9: 616765, doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2021.616765
  • Klaeger, F. and S. Oberbeckmann (2020). Multilevel assessment of microplastics and associated pollutants in the Baltic Sea. The project repository journal : prj / EDMA 7: 40-43
  • Schernewski, G., H. Radtke, R. Hauk, C. Baresel, M. Olshammar and S. Oberbeckmann (2021). Urban microplastics emissions: Effectiveness of retention measures and consequences for the Baltic Sea. Front. Mar. Sci. 8: 208, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.594415
  • Enders, K., A. S. Tagg and M. Labrenz (2020). Evaluation of electrostatic separation of microplastics from mineral-rich environmental samples. Front. Environ. Sci. 8: 112, doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.00112
  • Brandt, J., F. Fischer, E. Kanaki, K. Enders, M. Labrenz and D. Fischer (2021). Assessment of subsampling strategies in microspectroscopy of environmental microplastic samples. Front. Environ. Sci. 8: 579676, doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.579676
  • Escobar-Sánchez, G., M. Haseler, N. Oppelt and G. Schernewski (2021). Efficiency of aerial drones for macrolitter monitoring on Baltic Sea beaches. Front. Environ. Sci. 8: 560237, doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.560237
  • Kesy, K., M. Labrenz, B. S. Scales, B. Kreikemeyer and S. Oberbeckmann (2021). Vibrio colonization is highly dynamic in early microplastic-associated biofilms as well as on field-collected microplastics. Microorganisms 9: 76, doi: 10.3390/microorganisms9010076
  • Osinski, R. D., K. Enders, U. Gräwe, K. Klingbeil and H. Radtke (2020). Model uncertainties of a storm and their influence on microplastics and sediment transport in the Baltic Sea. Ocean Sci. 16: 1491-1507, doi: 10.5194/os-16-1491-2020
  • Haseler, M., A. Balciunas, R. Hauk, V. Sabaliauskaite, I. Chubarenko, A. Ershova and G. Schernewski (2020). Marine litter pollution in Baltic Sea beaches – application of the sand rake method. Front. Environ. Sci. 8: 599978, doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.599978
  • Schernewski, G., H. Radtke, R. Hauk, C. Baresel, M. Olshammar, R. Osinski and S. Oberbeckmann (2020). Transport and behavior of microplastics emissions from urban sources in the Baltic Sea. Front. Environ. Sci. 8: 579361, doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2020.579361
  • Kataržytė, M., A. Balčiūnas, M. Haseler, V. Sabaliauskaitė, L. Lauciūtė, K. Stepanova, C. Nazzari and G. Schernewski (2020). Cigarette butts on Baltic Sea beaches: Monitoring, pollution and mitigation measures. Mar. Poll. Bull. 156: 111248, doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2020.111248
  • Osinski, R. D. and H. Radtke (2020). Ensemble hindcasting of wind and wave conditions with WRF and WAVEWATCH III® driven by ERA5. Ocean Sci. 16: 355-371, doi: 10.5194/os-16-355-2020
  • Enders, K., R. Lenz, J. A. Ivar do Sul, A. S. Tagg and M. Labrenz (2020). When every particle matters: A QuEChERS approach to extract microplastics from environmental samples. MethodsX 7: 100784, doi: 10.1016/j.mex.2020.100784
  • Tagg, A. S., S. Oberbeckmann, D. Fischer, B. Kreikemeyer and M. Labrenz (2019). Paint particles are a distinct and variable substrate for marine bacteria. Mar. Poll. Bull. 146: 117-124, doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2019.06.013
  • Enders, K., A. Käppler, O. Biniasch, P. Feldens, N. Stollberg, X. Lange, D. Fischer, K.-J. Eichhorn, F. Pollehne, S. Oberbeckmann and M. Labrenz (2019). Tracing microplastics in aquatic environments based on sediment analogies. Sci. Rep. 9: 15207, doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-50508-2
  • Haseler, M. (2019). Hier und da und überall - Plastik in der marinen Umwelt. In: Weltmeere im Wandel. Ed. by B. Ratter. Hamburg: (Hamburger Symposium Geographie; Band 10) 10: 29-44, https://www.geo.uni-hamburg.de/geographie/ueber-das-institut/schriftenreihe/hamburger-symposium-geographie.html
  • Haseler, M., C. Weder, L. Buschbeck, S. Wesnigk and G. Schernewski (2019). Cost-effective monitoring of large micro- and meso-litter in tidal and flood accumulation zones at south-western Baltic Sea beaches. Mar. Poll. Bull. 149: 110544, doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2019.110544
  • Janßen, R., J. Zabel, U. von Lukas and M. Labrenz (2019). An artificial neural network and Random Forest identify glyphosate-impacted brackish communities based on 16S rRNA amplicon MiSeq read counts. Mar. Poll. Bull. 149: 110530, doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2019.110530
  • Kesy, K., S. Oberbeckmann, B. Kreikemeyer and M. Labrenz (2019). Spatial environmental heterogeneity determines young biofilm assemblages on microplastics in Baltic Sea mesocosms. Front. Microbiol. 10: 1665, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01665
  • Oberbeckmann, S. and M. Labrenz (2020). Marine microbial assemblages on microplastics: Diversity, adaptation, and role in degradation. Annu. Rev. Mar. Sci. 12: 209-232, doi: 10.1146/annurev-marine-010419-010633
  • Klaeger, F., A. S. Tagg, S. Otto, M. Bienmüller, I. Sartorius and M. Labrenz (2019). Residual monomer content affects the interpretation of plastic degradation. Sci. Rep. 9: 2120, doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-38685-6
  • Haseler, M., G. Schernewski, A. Balciunas and V. Sabaliauskaite (2018). Monitoring methods for large micro- and meso-litter and applications at Baltic beaches. J. Coast. Conserv. 22: 27-50, doi: 10.1007/s11852-017-0497-5