Erik Jeppesen

Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes: a pan-European mesocosm experiment

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Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes : a pan-European mesocosm experiment. / Mahdy, Aldoushy; Hilt, Sabine; Filiz, Nur; Beklioglu, Meryem; Hejzlar, Josef; Ozkundakci, Deniz; Papastergiadou, Eva; Scharfenberger, Ulrike; Sorf, Michal; Stefanidis, Kostas; Tuvikene, Lea; Zingel, Priit; Søndergaard, Martin; Jeppesen, Erik; Adrian, Rita.

In: Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 77, No. 3, 07.2015, p. 499-510.

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Mahdy, A, Hilt, S, Filiz, N, Beklioglu, M, Hejzlar, J, Ozkundakci, D, Papastergiadou, E, Scharfenberger, U, Sorf, M, Stefanidis, K, Tuvikene, L, Zingel, P, Søndergaard, M, Jeppesen, E & Adrian, R 2015, 'Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes: a pan-European mesocosm experiment', Aquatic Sciences, vol. 77, no. 3, pp. 499-510. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00027-015-0394-7

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Mahdy, A., Hilt, S., Filiz, N., Beklioglu, M., Hejzlar, J., Ozkundakci, D., Papastergiadou, E., Scharfenberger, U., Sorf, M., Stefanidis, K., Tuvikene, L., Zingel, P., Søndergaard, M., Jeppesen, E., & Adrian, R. (2015). Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes: a pan-European mesocosm experiment. Aquatic Sciences, 77(3), 499-510. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00027-015-0394-7

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Mahdy A, Hilt S, Filiz N, Beklioglu M, Hejzlar J, Ozkundakci D, Papastergiadou E, Scharfenberger U, Sorf M, Stefanidis K, Tuvikene L, Zingel P, Søndergaard M, Jeppesen E, Adrian R. 2015. Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes: a pan-European mesocosm experiment. Aquatic Sciences. 77(3):499-510. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00027-015-0394-7

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Mahdy A, Hilt S, Filiz N, Beklioglu M, Hejzlar J, Ozkundakci D et al. Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes: a pan-European mesocosm experiment. Aquatic Sciences. 2015 Jul;77(3):499-510. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00027-015-0394-7

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Mahdy, Aldoushy ; Hilt, Sabine ; Filiz, Nur ; Beklioglu, Meryem ; Hejzlar, Josef ; Ozkundakci, Deniz ; Papastergiadou, Eva ; Scharfenberger, Ulrike ; Sorf, Michal ; Stefanidis, Kostas ; Tuvikene, Lea ; Zingel, Priit ; Søndergaard, Martin ; Jeppesen, Erik ; Adrian, Rita. / Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes : a pan-European mesocosm experiment. In: Aquatic Sciences. 2015 ; Vol. 77, No. 3. pp. 499-510.

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title = "Effects of water temperature on summer periphyton biomass in shallow lakes: a pan-European mesocosm experiment",
abstract = "Periphyton communities play an important role in shallow lakes and are controlled by direct forces such as temperature, light, nutrients, and invertebrate grazing, but also indirectly by planktivorous fish predation. We performed a pan-European lake mesocosm experiment on periphyton colonization covering five countries along a north/south geographical/temperature gradient (Estonia, Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey, and Greece). Periphyton biomass on artificial polypropylene strips exposed at 50 cm water depth at low and high nutrient regimes (with mean total phosphorus concentration of 20 and 65 mu g L-1, respectively) was compared during mid-summer. No significant effect of nutrient loading on periphyton biomass was observed as nutrient concentrations in the mesocosms were generally above limiting values. Water temperature significantly enhanced summer periphyton biomass development. Additionally, direct and indirect top-down control of snails and fish emerged as a significant factor in periphyton biomass control.",
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AU - Mahdy, Aldoushy

AU - Hilt, Sabine

AU - Filiz, Nur

AU - Beklioglu, Meryem

AU - Hejzlar, Josef

AU - Ozkundakci, Deniz

AU - Papastergiadou, Eva

AU - Scharfenberger, Ulrike

AU - Sorf, Michal

AU - Stefanidis, Kostas

AU - Tuvikene, Lea

AU - Zingel, Priit

AU - Søndergaard, Martin

AU - Jeppesen, Erik

AU - Adrian, Rita

PY - 2015/7

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N2 - Periphyton communities play an important role in shallow lakes and are controlled by direct forces such as temperature, light, nutrients, and invertebrate grazing, but also indirectly by planktivorous fish predation. We performed a pan-European lake mesocosm experiment on periphyton colonization covering five countries along a north/south geographical/temperature gradient (Estonia, Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey, and Greece). Periphyton biomass on artificial polypropylene strips exposed at 50 cm water depth at low and high nutrient regimes (with mean total phosphorus concentration of 20 and 65 mu g L-1, respectively) was compared during mid-summer. No significant effect of nutrient loading on periphyton biomass was observed as nutrient concentrations in the mesocosms were generally above limiting values. Water temperature significantly enhanced summer periphyton biomass development. Additionally, direct and indirect top-down control of snails and fish emerged as a significant factor in periphyton biomass control.

AB - Periphyton communities play an important role in shallow lakes and are controlled by direct forces such as temperature, light, nutrients, and invertebrate grazing, but also indirectly by planktivorous fish predation. We performed a pan-European lake mesocosm experiment on periphyton colonization covering five countries along a north/south geographical/temperature gradient (Estonia, Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey, and Greece). Periphyton biomass on artificial polypropylene strips exposed at 50 cm water depth at low and high nutrient regimes (with mean total phosphorus concentration of 20 and 65 mu g L-1, respectively) was compared during mid-summer. No significant effect of nutrient loading on periphyton biomass was observed as nutrient concentrations in the mesocosms were generally above limiting values. Water temperature significantly enhanced summer periphyton biomass development. Additionally, direct and indirect top-down control of snails and fish emerged as a significant factor in periphyton biomass control.

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KW - Epiphyton

KW - Eutrophication

KW - Grazing

KW - Top-down control

KW - FOOD-WEB STRUCTURE

KW - SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES

KW - CLIMATE-CHANGE

KW - FRESH-WATER

KW - GASTEROSTEUS-ACULEATUS

KW - THREESPINE STICKLEBACK

KW - COMMUNITY STRUCTURE

KW - RE-COLONIZATION

KW - TOP-DOWN

KW - FISH

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SP - 499

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JO - Aquatic Sciences

JF - Aquatic Sciences

SN - 1015-1621

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