Thorsten Werner
Thorsten Werner
Alfred-Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
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Impact of climate change on Antarctic krill
H Flores, A Atkinson, S Kawaguchi, BA Krafft, G Milinevsky, S Nicol, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 458, 1-19, 2012
2462012
First observation of krill spawning in the high Arctic Kongsfjorden, west Spitsbergen
F Buchholz, T Werner, C Buchholz
Polar biology 35 (8), 1273-1279, 2012
342012
Diel vertical migration behaviour in Euphausiids of the northern Benguela current: seasonal adaptations to food availability and strong gradients of temperature and oxygen
T Werner, F Buchholz
Journal of plankton research 35 (4), 792-812, 2013
292013
Thermal constraints on the respiration and excretion rates of krill, Euphausia hanseni and Nematoscelis megalops, in the northern Benguela upwelling system off …
T Werner, K Huenerlage, H Verheye, F Buchholz
African Journal of Marine Science 34 (3), 391-399, 2012
152012
Pelagic key species and mechanisms driving energy flows in the northern Benguela upwelling ecosystem and their feedback into biogeochemical cycles
W Ekau, H Auel, W Hagen, R Koppelmann, N Wasmund, K Bohata, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 188, 49-62, 2018
72018
Euphausiid respiration model revamped: Latitudinal and seasonal shaping effects on krill respiration rates
N Tremblay, T Werner, K Huenerlage, F Buchholz, D Abele, B Meyer, ...
Ecological modelling 291, 233-241, 2014
72014
Krill and climate change
H Flores, A Atkinson, S Kawaguchi, BA Krafft, G Milinevsky, S Nicol, ...
CCAMLR WG-EMM, 2011
62011
Hypoxia tolerance of 10 Euphausiid species in relation to vertical temperature and oxygen gradients
N Tremblay, K Hünerlage, T Werner
Frontiers in physiology 11, 248, 2020
32020
Life in the sea of plenty: Seasonal and regional comparison of physiological performance of Euphausia hanseni in the northern Benguela upwelling system
T Werner, C Buchholz, F Buchholz
Journal of Sea Research 103, 103-112, 2015
22015
Trophic positioning, diel vertical migration and physiological constraints in euphausiid species of the Namibian upwelling system
T Werner
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 2013
22013
Krill worldwide: A comparison of hypoxia tolerances of euphausiid species from Atlantic, Pacific and Polar Regions
T Werner, N Tremblay, K Hünerlage, F Buchholz
12015
FEATURE ARTICALE: REVIEW-Impact of climate change on Antarctic krill
H Flores, A Atkinson, S Kawaguchi, BA Krafft, G Milinevsky, S Nicol, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 458, 1, 2012
12012
Krill, an indicator: ecology, trophic position and adaptive capacity in three euphausiids of the Northern Benguela Ecosystem
T Werner, K Hünerlage, C Buchholz, H Verheye, F Buchholz
GENUS Begehung, Universität Hamburg, Bundesstraße 53, 2011
12011
Das GENUS-Projekt-Einfluss der vertikal migrierenden pelagischen Crustaceen auf den Kohlenstoffkreislauf im nördlichen Benguelastrom
T Werner, A Schukat, F Buchholz
2015
Downward export of carbon by diel migrant zooplankton in the northern Benguela upwelling system with regard to the OMZ
A Schukat, T Werner, H Auel, W Hagen
2015
Diel vertical migration of euphausiids and their contribution to the vertical flux of carbon in the northern Benguela Upwelling System off Namibia
T Werner, F Buchholz
2014
Is Zooplankton able to stabilize the oxygen content of oceanic oxygen minimum zones?
M Schmidt, H Auel, F Buchholz, A Eggert, V Mohrholz, T Werner
2014
Physiological characteristics of plankton organisms and their role in ecosystem functioning. Results from GENUS I and II
W Ekau, H Auel, M Bode, K Bohata, F Buchholz, SJ Geist, W Hagen, ...
2014
Contribution of mesozooplankton to the vertical flux of organic carbon in the northern Benguela Upwelling System off Namibia
T Werner, A Schukat, B Martin, F Buchholz
2014
Food-web structure and trophic interactions in the northern Benguela upwelling system
H Auel, M Bode, W Hagen, N Moroff, R Koppelmann, B Martin, T Werner, ...
2014
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