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Global Ecology


Six publications with large impact since 2008:


1. Paerl, H.W. & Huisman, J. 2008. Blooms like it hot. Science 320: 57-58.

2. Vermeij, M.J.A., van Moorselaar, I., Engelhard, S., Hörnlein, C., Vonk, S.M. & Visser, P.M. 2010.The effects of nutrient enrichment and herbivore abundance on the ability of turf algae to overgrow coral in the Caribbean. PLoS ONE 5(12): e14312.

3. Hoorn, C., F.P. Wesselingh, H. terSteege, M.A. Bermudez, A. Mora, J. S evink, I. SanmartĂ­n, A. Sanchez-Meseguer, C. L. Anderson, J.P. Figueiredo, C. Jaramillo, D. Riff , F.R. Negri, H. Hooghiemstra, J. Lundberg, T. Stadler, T. Sarkinen, A. Antonelli. 2010. Amazonia through time: Andean uplift, climate change, landscape evolution and biodiversity. Science 330: 927-31.

4. De Roos, A.M., T. Schellekens, T. Kooten& L. Persons. 2008. Stage-specific predator species help each other to persist while competing for a single prey. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 13930-13935.

5. Eschauzier, C, J. Haftka, P.J. Stuyfzand, W.P. de Voogt, 2010. Perfluorinated Compounds in Infiltrated River Rhine Water and Infiltrated Rainwater in Coastal Dunes. Environmental Science & Technology. 

6. Shamoun-Baranes, J., J. Leyrer, E. van Loon, P. Bocher., F. Robin., F. Meunier & T. Piersma, 2010, Stochastic atmospheric assistance and the use of emergency staging sites by migrants. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 277: 1505-1511.