Stiig Markager
Stiig Markager
Professor, Ecology and Biogeochemistry of Marine Ecosystems, Aarhus University
Verified email at dmu.dk
TitleCited byYear
Tracing dissolved organic matter in aquatic environments using a new approach to fluorescence spectroscopy
CA Stedmon, S Markager, R Bro
Marine Chemistry 82 (3-4), 239-254, 2003
13662003
Resolving the variability in dissolved organic matter fluorescence in a temperate estuary and its catchment using PARAFAC analysis
CA Stedmon, S Markager
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (2), 686-697, 2005
7552005
Tracing the production and degradation of autochthonous fractions of dissolved organic matter by fluorescence analysis
CA Stedmon, S Markager
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (5), 1415-1426, 2005
4562005
Optical properties and signatures of chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in Danish coastal waters
CA Stedmon, S Markager, H Kaas
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 51 (2), 267-278, 2000
4362000
Depth limits and minimum light requirements of freshwater macrophytes
AL Middelboe, S Markager
Freshwater Biology 37 (3), 553-568, 1997
3151997
Bioenergy potential of Ulva lactuca: biomass yield, methane production and combustion
A Bruhn, J Dahl, HB Nielsen, L Nikolaisen, MB Rasmussen, S Markager, ...
Bioresource technology 102 (3), 2595-2604, 2011
3042011
Photochemical production of ammonium and transformation of dissolved organic matter in the Baltic Sea
CA Stedmon, S Markager, L Tranvik, L Kronberg, T Slätis, W Martinsen
Marine Chemistry 104 (3-4), 227-240, 2007
2392007
Spectral light attenuation and the absorption of UV and blue light in natural waters
S Markager, WF Vincent
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (3), 642-650, 2000
2382000
Global trends in the fluorescence characteristics and distribution of marine dissolved organic matter
L Jørgensen, CA Stedmon, T Kragh, S Markager, M Middelboe, ...
Marine Chemistry 126 (1-4), 139-148, 2011
2052011
The optics of chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in the Greenland Sea: An algorithm for differentiation between marine and terrestrially derived organic matter
CA Stedmon, S Markager
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (8), 2087-2093, 2001
1742001
Behaviour of the optical properties of coloured dissolved organic matter under conservative mixing
CA Stedmon, S Markager
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 57 (5-6), 973-979, 2003
1482003
Light requirements and depth zonation of marine macroalgae
S Markager, K Sand-Jensen
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 88, 83-83, 1992
1401992
Modeling absorption by CDOM in the Baltic Sea from season, salinity and chlorophyll
P Kowalczuk, CA Stedmon, S Markager
Marine Chemistry 101 (1-2), 1-11, 2006
1232006
Coastal eutrophication and the Danish national aquatic monitoring and assessment program
DJ Conley, S Markager, J Andersen, T Ellermann, LM Svendsen
Estuaries 25 (4), 848-861, 2002
1122002
Carbon fixation by phytoplankton in high Arctic lakes: implications of low temperature for photosynthesis
S Markager, WF Vincent, EPY Tang
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (3), 597-607, 1999
971999
Recovery of Danish coastal ecosystems after reductions in nutrient loading: a holistic ecosystem approach
B Riemann, J Carstensen, K Dahl, H Fossing, JW Hansen, HH Jakobsen, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 39 (1), 82-97, 2016
912016
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) export to a temperate estuary: seasonal variations and implications of land use
CA Stedmon, S Markager, M Søndergaard, T Vang, A Laubel, NH Borch, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 29 (3), 388-400, 2006
882006
The physiology and ecology of light-growth relationship in macroalgae
S Markager, K Sand-Jensen
Progress in phycological research 10, 209-209, 1994
821994
Significant N2 fixation by heterotrophs, photoheterotrophs and heterocystous cyanobacteria in two temperate estuaries
M Bentzon-Tilia, SJ Traving, M Mantikci, H Knudsen-Leerbeck, ...
The ISME journal 9 (2), 273, 2015
782015
Dynamics of dissolved organic car‐bon lability in a eutrophic lake
M Søndergaard, B Hansen, S Markager
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (1), 46-54, 1995
701995
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