Stephan Hülsmann
Stephan Hülsmann
Saxon State Office for Environment, Agriculture and Geology üzerinde doğrulanmış e-posta adresine sahip
Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
The impact of climate change on lakes in the Netherlands: a review
WM Mooij, S Hülsmann, LNDS Domis, BA Nolet, PLE Bodelier, ...
Aquatic Ecology 39 (4), 381-400, 2005
Challenges and opportunities for integrating lake ecosystem modelling approaches
WM Mooij, D Trolle, E Jeppesen, G Arhonditsis, PV Belolipetsky, ...
Aquatic Ecology 44 (3), 633-667, 2010
Predicting the effect of climate change on temperate shallow lakes with the ecosystem model PCLake
WM Mooij, JH Janse, LNDS Domis, S Hülsmann, BW Ibelings
Shallow Lakes in a Changing World, 443-454, 2007
Size‐dependent predator–prey relationships between pikeperch and their prey fish
H Dörner, S Hülsmann, F Hölker, C Skov, A Wagner
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16 (3), 307-314, 2007
The impact of climate warming on water temperature, timing of hatching and young-of-the-year growth of fish in shallow lakes in the Netherlands
WM Mooij, LNDS Domis, S Hülsmann
Journal of Sea Research 60 (1-2), 32-43, 2008
Can overwintering versus diapausing strategy in Daphnia determine match–mismatch events in zooplankton–algae interactions?
LN de Senerpont Domis, WM Mooij, S Hülsmann, EH Van Nes, ...
Oecologia 150 (4), 682-698, 2007
Is the midsummer decline of Daphnia really induced by age-0 fish predation? Comparison of fish consumption and MDaphnia mortality and life history parameters …
T Mehner, S Hüulsmann, S Worischka, M Plewa, J Benndorf
Journal of Plankton Research 20 (9), 1797-1811, 1998
Adult, not juvenile mortality as a major reason for the midsummer decline of a Daphnia population
S Hülsmann, W Weiler
Journal of Plankton Research 22 (1), 151-168, 2000
The impact of water level fluctuations on the year class strength of roach: Implications for fish stock management
U Kahl, S Hülsmann, RJ Radke, J Benndorf
Limnologica 38 (3-4), 258-268, 2008
Possible climate change/variability and human impacts, vulnerability of drought-prone regions, water resources and capacity building for Africa
TY Gan, M Ito, S Hülsmann, X Qin, XX Lu, SY Liong, P Rutschman, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 61 (7), 1209-1226, 2016
Evaluation of multiple climate data sources for managing environmental resources in East Africa
SH Gebrechorkos, S Hülsmann, C Bernhofer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (8), 4547-4564, 2018
Gape-size dependent feeding of age-0 perch (Perca fluviatilis) and age-0 zander (Stizostedion lucioperca) on Daphnia galeata
T Mehner, M Plewa, S Hülsmann, S Worischka
Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 142, 191-207, 1998
Long-term trends in rainfall and temperature using high-resolution climate datasets in East Africa
SH Gebrechorkos, S Hülsmann, C Bernhofer
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
Changes in Temperature and Precipitation Extremes in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania
S Gebrechorkos, S Hülsmann, C Bernhofer
International Journal of Climatology, 2018
The feeding behaviour of large perch Perca fluviatilis (L.) in relation to food availability: a comparative study
H Dörner, S Berg, L Jacobsen, S Hülsmann, M Brojerg, A Wagner
Hydrobiologia 506 (1), 427-434, 2003
Nexus Tools Platform: Web-based comparison of modelling tools for analysis of water-soil-waste nexus
T Mannschatz, T Wolf, S Hülsmann
Environmental Modelling & Software 76, 137-153, 2016
Initiation of the midsummer decline of Daphnia as related to predation, non-consumptive mortality and recruitment: a balance
A Wagner, S Hülsmann, H Dörner, M Janssen, U Kahl, T Mehner, ...
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 160 (1), 1-23, 2004
Is the difference in population dynamics of Daphnia galeata in littoral and pelagic areas of a long-term biomanipulated reservoir affected by age-0 fish predation?
S Hülsmann, T Mehner, S Worischka, M Plewa
Shallow Lakes’ 98, 57-63, 1999
Predation by underyearling perch (Perca fluviatilis) on a Daphnia galeata population in a short‐term enclosure experiment
Freshwater Biology 38 (1), 209-219, 1997
Reproductive potential of Daphnia galeata in relation to food conditions: implications of a changing size-structure of the population
S Hülsmann
Hydrobiologia 442 (1), 241-252, 2001
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