Max Wisshak
Max Wisshak
Senckenberg am Meer, Wilhelmshaven
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TitleCited byYear
Predicting suitable habitat for the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa (Scleractinia)
AJ Davies, M Wisshak, JC Orr, JM Roberts
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 55 (8), 1048-1062, 2008
Avoiding coral reef functional collapse requires local and global action
EV Kennedy, CT Perry, PR Halloran, R Iglesias-Prieto, CHL Schönberg, ...
Current Biology 23 (10), 912-918, 2013
Ocean acidification accelerates reef bioerosion
M Wisshak, CHL Schönberg, A Form, A Freiwald
PloS one 7 (9), e45124, 2012
Bioerosion along a bathymetric gradient in a cold-temperate setting (Kosterfjord, SW Sweden): an experimental study
M Wisshak, M Gektidis, A Freiwald, T Lundälv
Facies 51 (1-4), 93-117, 2005
Shell architecture, element composition, and stable isotope signature of the giant deep-sea oyster Neopycnodonte zibrowii sp. n. from the NE Atlantic
M Wisshak, ML Correa, S Gofas, C Salas, M Taviani, J Jakobsen, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 56 (3), 374-407, 2009
High-latitude bioerosion: the Kosterfjord experiment
M Wisshak
Springer, 2006
Current developments in bioerosion
M Wisshak, L Tapanila
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
Categories of architectural designs in trace fossils: a measure of ichnodisparity
LA Buatois, M Wisshak, MA Wilson, MG Mangano
Earth-Science Reviews 164, 102-181, 2017
Temperate bioerosion: ichnodiversity and biodiversity from intertidal to bathyal depths (Azores)
M Wisshak, A Tribollet, S Golubic, J Jakobsen, A Freiwald
Geobiology 9 (6), 492-520, 2011
Effects of ocean acidification and global warming on reef bioerosion lessons from a clionaid sponge
M Wisshak, CHL Schönberg, A Form, A Freiwald
Aquatic Biology 19 (2), 111-127, 2013
Bioerosion: the other ocean acidification problem
CHL Schönberg, JKH Fang, M Carreiro-Silva, A Tribollet, M Wisshak
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (4), 895-925, 2017
The physical niche of the bathyal Lophelia pertusa in a non-bathyal setting: environmental controls and palaeoecological implications
M Wisshak, A Freiwald, T Lundälv, M Gektidis
Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems, 979-1001, 2005
Sponge bioerosion accelerated by ocean acidification across species and latitudes?
M Wisshak, CHL Schönberg, A Form, A Freiwald
Helgoland Marine Research 68 (2), 253, 2014
Current developments in bioerosion
M Wisshak, L Tapanila
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
In defence of an iconic ichnogenus–Oichnus Bromley, 1981
M Wisshak, A Kroh, M Bertling, D Knaust, JK Nielsen, JWM Jagt, ...
Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae 85 (3), 445-451, doi: 10.14241/asgp …, 2015
Rhodolith beds (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) and their physical and biological environment at 80 31′ N in Nordkappbukta (Nordaustlandet, Svalbard Archipelago, Norway)
S Teichert, W Woelkerling, A Rüggeberg, M Wisshak, D Piepenburg, ...
Phycologia 51 (4), 371-390, 2012
M Wisshak
Developments in sedimentology 64, 213-243, 2012
Evolutionary implications of an exceptionally preserved Carboniferous microboring assemblage in the Buckhorn Asphalt Lagerstätte (Oklahoma, USA)
M Wisshak, B Seunß, A Nützel
Current developments in Bioerosion, 21-54, 2008
Colonisation and bioerosion of experimental substrates by benthic foraminiferans from euphotic to aphotic depths (Kosterfjord, SW Sweden)
M Wisshak, A Rüggeberg
Facies 52 (1), 1-17, 2006
Ichnotaxonomic Review of Dendriniform Borings Attributed to Foraminiferans: Semidendrina igen. nov.
RG Bromley, M Wisshak, I Glaub, A Botquelen
Trace Fossils, 518-530, 2007
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