Bettina Fach
Bettina Fach
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Krill transport in the Scotia Sea and environs
EE Hofmann, JM Klinck, RA Locarnini, B Fach, E Murphy
Antarctic Science 10 (4), 406-415, 1998
Biomass changes and trophic amplification of plankton in a warmer ocean
G Chust, JI Allen, L Bopp, C Schrum, J Holt, K Tsiaras, M Zavatarelli, ...
Global Change Biology 20 (7), 2124-2139, 2014
Seasonal variation in body composition, metabolic activity, feeding, and growth of adult krill Euphausia superba in the Lazarev Sea
B Meyer, L Auerswald, V Siegel, S Spahić, C Pape, BA Fach, M Teschke, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 398, 1-18, 2010
Invasion dynamics of the alien ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi and its impact on anchovy collapse in the Black Sea
T Oguz, B Fach, B Salihoglu
Journal of plankton research 30 (12), 1385-1397, 2008
A coupled plankton–anchovy population dynamics model assessing nonlinear controls of anchovy and gelatinous biomass in the Black Sea
T Oguz, B Salihoglu, B Fach
Marine Ecology Progress Series 369, 229-256, 2008
Modeling studies of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba survival during transport across the Scotia Sea
BA Fach, EE Hofmann, EJ Murphy
Marine Ecology Progress Series 231, 187-203, 2002
Potential impacts of climate change on the primary production of regional seas: A comparative analysis of five European seas
J Holt, C Schrum, H Cannaby, U Daewel, I Allen, Y Artioli, L Bopp, ...
Progress in Oceanography 140, 91-115, 2016
Transport of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) across the Scotia Sea. Part I: Circulation and particle tracking simulations
BA Fach, JM Klinck
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 53 (6), 987-1010, 2006
Transport of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) across the Scotia Sea. Part II: Krill growth and survival
BA Fach, EE Hofmann, EJ Murphy
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 53 (6), 1011-1043, 2006
CoCoNet: towards coast to coast networks of marine protected areas (from the shore to the high and deep sea), coupled with sea-based wind energy potential
F Boero, F Foglini, S Fraschetti, P Goriup, E Macpherson, S Planes, ...
Testing early life connectivity using otolith chemistry and particle-tracking simulations
J Ashford, M La Mesa, BA Fach, C Jones, I Everson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67 (8), 1303-1315, 2010
Climatic controls on biophysical interactions in the Black Sea under present day conditions and a potential future (A1B) climate scenario
H Cannaby, BA Fach, SS Arkin, B Salihoglu
Journal of Marine Systems 141, 149-166, 2015
Control mechanisms on the ctenophore Mnemiopsis population dynamics: A modeling study
B Salihoglu, BA Fach, T Oguz
Journal of Marine Systems 87 (1), 55-65, 2011
Testing early life connectivity supplying a marine fishery around the Falkland Islands
JR Ashford, BA Fach, AI Arkhipkin, CM Jones
Fisheries Research 121, 144-152, 2012
Physical processes mediating climate change impacts on regional sea ecosystems
J Holt, C Schrum, H Cannaby, U Daewel, I Allen, Y Artioli, L Bopp, ...
Biogeosciences Discussions 11 (2), 1909-1975, 2014
Observing the subsurface thermal signature of the Black Sea cold intermediate layer with Argo profiling floats
A Akpinar, BA Fach, T Oguz
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 124, 140-152, 2017
Biochemically based modeling study of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba growth and development
BA Fach, B Meyer, D Wolf-Gladrow, U Bathmann
Marine ecology progress series 360, 147-161, 2008
Modeling the impact of climate variability on Black Sea anchovy recruitment and production
C Güraslan, BA Fach, T Oguz
Fisheries Oceanography 23 (5), 436-457, 2014
Prospects for marine protected areas in the Turkish Black Sea
B Öztürk, BA Fach, Ç Keskin, S Arkin, B Topaloğlu, AA Öztürk
Management of Marine Protected Areas: A Network Perspective, 247-262, 2017
Physical oceanography of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea
A Akpinar, E Yilmaz, BA Fach, B Salihoglu
The Turkish Part of the Mediterranean Sea 43, 250, 2016
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