Anja Engel
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Polysaccharide aggregation as a potential sink of marine dissolved organic carbon
A Engel, S Thoms, U Riebesell, E Rochelle-Newall, I Zondervan
Nature 428 (6986), 929-932, 2004
Testing the direct effect of CO2 concentration on a bloom of the coccolithophorid Emiliania huxleyi in mesocosm experiments
A Engel, I Zondervan, K Aerts, L Beaufort, A Benthien, L Chou, B Delille, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (2), 493-507, 2005
Sea surface microlayers: A unified physicochemical and biological perspective of the air–ocean interface
M Cunliffe, A Engel, S Frka, B Gašparović, C Guitart, JC Murrell, M Salter, ...
Progress in Oceanography 109, 104-116, 2013
The role of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in the increase in apparent particle stickiness (α) during the decline of a diatom bloom
A Engel
Journal of Plankton Research 22 (3), 485-497, 2000
Carbon and nitrogen content of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in relation to their Alcian Blue adsorption
A Engel, U Passow
Marine Ecology Progress Series 219, 1-10, 2001
Changes in biogenic carbon flow in response to sea surface warming
J Wohlers, A Engel, E Zöllner, P Breithaupt, K Jürgens, HG Hoppe, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 106 (17), 7067-7072, 2009
Direct relationship between CO2 uptake and transparent exopolymer particles production in natural phytoplankton
A Engel
Journal of Plankton Research 24 (1), 49-53, 2002
Transparent exopolymer particles and dissolved organic carbon production by Emiliania huxleyi exposed to different CO2 concentrations: a mesocosm experiment
A Engel, B Delille, S Jacquet, U Riebesell, E Rochelle-Newall, ...
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 34 (1), 93-104, 2004
Temporal biomass dynamics of an Arctic plankton bloom in response to increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide
KG Schulz, R Bellerby, CPD Brussaard, J Büdenbender, J Czerny, ...
European Geosciences Union, 2013
Temporal decoupling of carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a mesocosm diatom bloom
A Engel, S Goldthwait, U Passow, A Alldredge
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (3), 753-761, 2002
Acidification increases microbial polysaccharide degradation in the ocean
J Piontek, M Lunau, N Händel, C Borchard, M Wurst, A Engel
Biogeosciences (BG) 7 (5), 1615-1624, 2010
An indoor mesocosm system to study the effect of climate change on the late winter and spring succession of Baltic Sea phyto-and zooplankton
U Sommer, N Aberle, A Engel, T Hansen, K Lengfellner, M Sandow, ...
Oecologia 150 (4), 655-667, 2007
Distribution of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in the northeast Atlantic Ocean and their potential significance for aggregation processes
A Engel
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 51 (1), 83-92, 2004
CO2 increases 14C primary production in an Arctic plankton community
A Engel, C Borchard, J Piontek, KG Schulz, U Riebesell, R Bellerby
Biogeosciences 10 (3), 1291-1308, 2013
Modelling carbon overconsumption and the formation of extracellular particulate organic carbon
M Schartau, A Engel, J Schröter, S Thoms, C Völker, D Wolf-Gladrow
Effects of CO2 on particle size distribution and phytoplankton abundance during a mesocosm bloom experiment (PeECE II)
A Engel, KG Schulz, U Riebesell, R Bellerby, B Delille, M Schartau
Impact of CO2 enrichment on organic matter dynamics during nutrient induced coastal phytoplankton blooms
A Engel, J Piontek, HP Grossart, ULF Riebesell, KG Schulz, M Sperling
Journal of Plankton Research 36 (3), 641-657, 2014
Abundance and variability of microorganisms and transparent exopolymer particles across the ice–water interface of melting first-year sea ice in the Laptev Sea (Arctic)
C Krembs, A Engel
Marine Biology 138 (1), 173-185, 2001
Primary production during nutrient-induced blooms at elevated CO2 concentrations
JK Egge, JF Thingstad, A Larsen, A Engel, J Wohlers, R Bellerby, ...
Biogeosciences 6, 877-885, 2009
Determination of marine gel particles
A Engel
Practical guidelines for the analysis of seawater, 125-142, 2009
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