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The future for microplankton in the Baltic Sea - Effects of SWS and climate change


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Title: The future for microplankton in the Baltic Sea - Effects of SWS and climate change
Authors: Karlberg, Maria
E-mail: maria.karlberg@bioenv.gu.se
Issue Date: 17-Mar-2017
University: University of Gothenburg. Faculty of Science
Institution: Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences ; Institutionen för biologi och miljövetenskap
Parts of work: Paper I: Karlberg M, Wulff A (2013) Impact of temperature and species interaction on filamentous cyanobacteria may be more important than salinity and increased pCO2 levels. Marine Biology, 160(8): 2063-2072
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Paper II: Wulff A, Karlberg M, Olofsson M, Torstensson A, Riemann L, Steinhoff FS, Mohlin M, Ekstrand N, Chierici M (submitted to Marine Biology, 2017) Ocean acidification and desalination – Climate-driven change in a Baltic Sea summer microplanktonic community

Paper III: Karlberg M, Hassellöv I-M, Hedblom M, Nylund A, Tripp L, Turner D, Yong J, Ytreberg E, Wulff A (2017) Effects of seawater scrubbing on a microplanktonic community during a summer-bloom in the Baltic Sea. (Manuscript)

Paper IV: Steinhoff FS*, Karlberg M*, Graeve M, Wulff A (2014) Cyanobacteria in Scandinavian coastal waters - A potential source for biofuels and fatty acids? Algal Research, 5: 42-51 * Both authors contributed equally.
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Date of Defence: 2017-04-07
Disputation: Fredagen den 7 april 2017, kl. 10:00, Stora Hörsalen, Botanhuset, Carl Skottbergsgata 22B
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Keywords: cyanobacteria
pH
seawater scrubbing
temperature
salinity
pCO2
SOx
trace metals
fatty acids
Aphanizomenon sp.
Nodularia spumigena
Dolichospermum spp.
Abstract: The Baltic Sea is located between 53°N to 66°N and from 10°E to 30°E and is the second largest brackish water body in the world. It consists of several basins where the Baltic Proper is the major water mass. Around 85 million people live in the catchment area of the Baltic Sea, which subjects it to a range of environmental pressures, such as increased nutrient inputs from human activities (eutrophication), shipping, over-fishing, acid rain and trace metals released from anti-fouling paint. All t... more
ISBN: 978-91-88509-04-8
978-91-88509-05-5
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/51556
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