Stefan Forster
Stefan Forster
Assistant professor and research scientist, University Rostock, Germany
Verified email at uni-rostock.de
TitleCited byYear
Flow‐induced uptake of particulate matter in permeable sediments
M Huettel, W Ziebis, S Forster
Limnology and Oceanography 41 (2), 309-322, 1996
4771996
Concentration and transport of nitrate by the mat-forming sulphur bacterium Thioploca
H Fossing, VA Gallardo, BB Jørgensen, M Hüttel, LP Nielsen, H Schulz, ...
Nature 374 (6524), 713-715, 1995
4291995
Advective transport affecting metal and nutrient distributions and interfacial fluxes in permeable sediments
M Huettel, W Ziebis, S Forster, GW Luther Iii
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 62 (4), 613-631, 1998
3581998
Complex burrows of the mud shrimp Callianassa truncata and their geochemical impact in the sea bed
W Ziebis, S Forster, M Huettel, BB Jørgensen
Nature 382 (6592), 619-622, 1996
2721996
Impact of irrigation on oxygen flux into the sediment: intermittent pumping by Callianassa subterranea and “piston-pumping” by Lanice conchilega
S Forster, G Graf
Marine Biology 123 (2), 335-346, 1995
1841995
Impact of biogenic sediment topography on oxygen fluxes in permeable seabeds
W Ziebis, M Huettel, S Forster
Marine Ecology Progress Series 140, 227-237, 1996
1731996
Permeable marine sediments: overturning an old paradigm
BP Boudreau, M Huettel, S Forster, RA Jahnke, A McLachlan, ...
EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union 82 (11), 133-136, 2001
1592001
Microplastic concentrations in beach sediments along the German Baltic coast
A Stolte, S Forster, G Gerdts, H Schubert
Marine Pollution Bulletin 99 (1-2), 216-229, 2015
1162015
Vertical migration in the sediment-dwelling sulfur bacteria Thioploca spp. in overcoming diffusion limitations.
M Huettel, S Forster, S Kloser, H Fossing
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 62 (6), 1863-1872, 1996
1101996
Impact of boundary layer flow velocity on oxygen utilisation in coastal sediments
S Forster, M Huettel, W Ziebis
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 143 (1), 173-185, 1996
1021996
Continuously measured changes in redox potential influenced by oxygen penetrating from burrows of Callianassa subterranea
S Forster, G Graf
Sediment/Water Interactions, 527-532, 1992
901992
Influence of radial pressure gradients on solute exchange in stirred benthic chambers
RN Glud, S Forster, M Huettel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 141 (1), 303-311, 1996
881996
Bacteria, diatoms and detritus in an intertidal sandflat subject to advective transport across the water-sediment interface
A Rusch, S Forster, M Huettel
Biogeochemistry 55 (1), 1-27, 2001
862001
Denitrification in sediments as a major nitrogen sink in the Baltic Sea: an extrapolation using sediment characteristics
B Deutsch, S Forster, M Wilhelm, JW Dippner, M Voss
Biogeosciences 7 (10), 3259-3271, 2010
802010
In situ study of bromide tracer and oxygen flux in coastal sediments
S Forster, RN Glud, JK Gundersen, M Huettel
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 49 (6), 813-827, 1999
691999
Permeability of sands in the coastal areas of the southern Baltic Sea: mapping a grain-size related sediment property
S Forster, B Bobertz, B Bohling
Aquatic Geochemistry 9 (3), 171-190, 2003
432003
Effects of bioturbation in oxic and hypoxic conditions: a microcosm experiment with a North Sea sediment community
S Forster, G Graf, J Kitlar, M Powilleit
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 153-161, 1995
431995
Particulate organic matter in permeable marine sands—dynamics in time and depth
A Rusch, M Huettel, S Forster
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 51 (4), 399-414, 2000
422000
Are similar worms different? A comparative tracer study on bioturbation in the three sibling species Marenzelleria arctia, M. viridis, and M. neglecta from the Baltic …
JR Renz, S Forster
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (6), 2046-2058, 2013
392013
The capacity of the filter-feeding bivalve Mya arenaria L. to affect water transport in sandy beds
S Forster, ML Zettler
Marine Biology 144 (6), 1183-1189, 2004
362004
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