Anna Villnäs
Anna Villnäs
Tvärminne Zoological Station, J.A. Palméns väg 260, 10900 Hangö, Finland
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Long-term temporal and spatial trends in eutrophication status of the Baltic Sea
JH Andersen, J Carstensen, DJ Conley, K Dromph, V Fleming-Lehtinen, ...
Biological Reviews, 2015
Size matters: implications of the loss of large individuals for ecosystem function
A Norkko, A Villnäs, J Norkko, S Valanko, C Pilditch
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-7, 2013
Getting the measure of eutrophication in the Baltic Sea: towards improved assessment principles and methods
JH Andersen, P Axe, H Backer, J Carstensen, U Claussen, ...
Biogeochemistry 106 (2), 137-156, 2011
Consequences of increasing hypoxic disturbance on benthic communities and ecosystem functioning
A Villnäs, J Norkko, K Lukkari, J Hewitt, A Norkko
Public Library of Science 7 (10), e44920, 2012
The role of recurrent disturbances for ecosystem multifunctionality
A Villnäs, J Norkko, S Hietanen, AB Josefson, K Lukkari, A Norkko
Ecology 94 (10), 2275-2287, 2013
Benthic diversity gradients and shifting baselines: implications for assessing environmental status
A Villnäs, A Norkko
Ecological applications 21 (6), 2172-2186, 2011
Structural and functional shifts in zoobenthos induced by organic enrichment—implications for community recovery potential
A Villnäs, J Perus, E Bonsdorff
Journal of Sea Research 65 (1), 8-18, 2011
Zoobenthos as indicators of ecological status in coastal brackish waters: a comparative study from the Baltic Sea
J Perus, E Bonsdorff, S Bäck, HG Lax, A Villnäs, V Westberg
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 36 (2), 250-256, 2007
Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea: an integrated thematic assessment of the effects of nutrient enrichment in the Baltic Sea region: executive summary
JF Pawlak, M Laamanen, JH Andersen
Helsinki Commission, Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission, 2009
Template for using biological trait groupings when exploring large-scale variation in seafloor multifunctionality
A Villnäs, J Hewitt, M Snickars, M Westerbom, A Norkko
Ecological Applications 28, 78-94, 2018
Factors regulating the coastal nutrient filter in the Baltic Sea
J Carstensen, DJ Conley, E Almroth-Rosell, E Asmala, E Bonsdorff, ...
Ambio 49 (6), 1194-1210, 2020
Biodiversity in the Baltic Sea - An integrated thematic assessment on biodiversity and nature conservation in the Baltic Sea
UL Zweifel, M Laamanen, Z Al-Hamdani, JH Andersen, Å Andersson, ...
Baltic Sea Environment Proceedings, 1-188, 2009
Species and functional trait turnover in response to broad‐scale change and an invasive species
JE Hewitt, J Norkko, L Kauppi, A Villnäs, A Norkko
Ecosphere 7 (3), e01289, 2016
The role of dispersal mode and habitat specialization for metacommunity structure of shallow beach invertebrates
IF Rodil, P Lucena-Moya, H Jokinen, V Ollus, H Wennhage, A Villnäs, ...
PloS one 12 (2), e0172160, 2017
Evaluating the performance of benthic multi-metric indices across broad-scale environmental gradients
A Villnäs, J Hewitt, A Norkko
Ecological Indicators 58, 382-391, 2015
Context-dependent community facilitation in seagrass meadows along a hydrodynamic stress gradient
L Meysick, T Ysebaert, A Jansson, F Montserrat, S Valanko, A Villnäs, ...
Journal of Sea Research 150, 8-23, 2019
Changes in macrofaunal biological traits across estuarine gradients: implications for the coastal nutrient filter
A Villnäs, U Janas, AB Josefson, H Kendzierska, H Nygård, J Norkko, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 622, 31-48, 2019
Multi-level responses of Macoma balthica to recurring hypoxic disturbance
A Villnäs, A Norkko, KK Lehtonen
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 510, 64-72, 2019
Unnatural hypoxic regimes
HI Jager, RC Novello, VH Dale, A Villnas, KA Rose
Ecosphere 9 (9), e02408, 2018
Species composition and functional traits of macrofauna in different mangrove habitats in the Persian gulf
P Hajializadeh, M Safaie, R Naderloo, MG Shojaei, J Gammal, A Villnäs, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 809, 2020
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