Prof. Dr.

Hans-Peter Grossart

Phone
+49 (0)33082 699 91
Mobile
+49 (0) 33082 699 20
Fax
+49 (0)33082 699 17
Room
4203

Alte Fischerhütte 2, OT Neuglobsow, 16775 Stechlin

Profile
Expertise
  • Macroscopic organic aggregates and their role in organic matter cycling
  • Community structures of aquatic organisms in various aquatic ecosystems, e.g. lakes of the Mecklenburg Lake District, the Baltic Sea, the North Sea as well as other marine systems
  • Role of aquatic organisms in energy and nutrient cycles
  • Exploitation of the present knowledge in aquatic ecology for specific applications in industry, e.g. secondary metabolites including antibiotics, Poly-P storage and release, enzymes for degrading polymeric substances, aggregation processes and sedimentation
  • Diversity and role of aquatic fungi
CV

Since 2016          Member of ASLO’s directory board and head of the Young Researcher’s Committee

Since 2010          W2-professorship for Biodiversity and Microbial Ecology at University of Potsdam

Since 2008          Speaker of the research focus Aquatic Biodiversity at IGB

Since 2002          Head of the Aquatic microbial ecology group at IGB

1998 – 2002        Assistant professor at the University of Oldenburg (Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Sea, ICBM) in

                            the lab of Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon: Biology of biogeological processes

1996 – 1998        Postdoc, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Prof. Dr. F. Azam), La Jolla, USA

1995                    Postdoc, Yigal Allon Kinneret Limnological Laboratory (Prof. Dr. T. Berman), Tiberias, Israel

1992 – 1995        Doctoral researcher, University of Constance, Interdisciplinary collaboration in the SFB 248: Stoffhaushalt des

                            Bodensees, funded by the German Science foundation (DFG)

1995                    Dissertation, Limnology, University of Constance, supervisor: Occurrence, formation, and microbial

                            processes on macroscopic organic aggregates (lake snow) in Lake Constance

1991                    Diploma, Limnology, University of Constance

Bridging in Biodiversity Science - BIBS

BIBS is a BMBF project for biodiversity data collection and synthesis in Germany
Contact person
Mark Gessner
Hans-Peter Grossart
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
(Dept. 3) Experimental Limnology
Start
12/2016
End
11/2019
Topic

Management of Climatic Extreme Events in Lakes & Reservoirs for the Protection of Ecosystem Services (MANTEL)

Climatic extremes, in particular storms and heat waves, are now becoming more frequent, a trend that has been linked to directional climate change and is projected to continue. The overarching aim of the MANTEL European Joint Doctoral (EJD) Training Network is to train a cohort of Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) to investigate the effects of the most extreme events, and more subtle lower magnitude episodic events, on lake and reservoir water quality.
Contact person
Rita Adrian
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
Start
01/2017
End
12/2021
Topic

ILES

Skyglow, the diffuse illumination of the night sky by artificial light, has never before been experienced during evolutionary history. Together with another feature of global change – the brownification of lakes caused by humic substances – skyglow disrupts the current light conditions in lake ecosystems. We will elucidate the ecological consequences of these phenomena and the mechanisms underlying them.
Contact person
Mark Gessner
Franz Hölker
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
(Dept. 3) Experimental Limnology
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
(Dept. 5) Ecophysiology and Aquaculture
Start
07/2015
End
06/2018
Topic

MARS

Our surface and groundwaters struggle with a variety of different pressures, like water shortage, flow regulation, straightening or sediment and nutrient loading. The project MARS analyses how the combination of these stressors impacts aquatic ecosystems and their functions.
Contact person
Markus Venohr
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
(Dept. 3) Experimental Limnology
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
Start
03/2014
End
02/2018
Topic

Integrating fungal parasites into plankton ecology

The recent discovery of a so-far disregarded diversity of abundant fungal (chytrid) parasites of phytoplankton is challenging our understanding on how aquatic ecosystems function. Combining physiological, ecological and evolutionary approaches, we aim to disentangle the role of chytrids in the aquatic food webs. 
Contact person
Ramsy Agha
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
Start
08/2014
End
03/2022
Topic

2019

Scott D. Tiegs; David M. Costello; Mark W. Isken; Guy Woodward; Peter B. McIntyre; Mark O. Gessner; Eric Chauvet; Natalie A. Griffiths; Alex S. Flecker; Vicenc Acuna; Ricardo Albarino; Daniel C. Allen; Cecilia Alonso; Patricio Andino; Clay Arango; Jukka Aroviita; Marcus V. M. Barbosa ... Darren P. Giling; Alan Gilmer; Jose Francisco Goncalves Jr.; Rosario Karina Gonzales; Manuel A. S. Graca; Mike Grace; Hans-Peter Grossart ... Jacob A. Zwart

Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones

Science Advances. - 5(2019)1, eaav0486

Benjamin D. Block; Blaize A. Denfeld; Jason D. Stockwell; Giovanna Flaim; Hans-Peter Grossart; Lesley B. Knoll; Dominique B. Maier; Rebecca L. North; Milla Rautio; James A. Rusak; Steve Sadro; Gesa A. Weyhenmeyer; Andrew J. Bramburger; Donn K. Branstrator; Kalevi Salonen; Stephanie E. Hampton;

The unique methodological challenges of winter limnology

Limnology and Oceanography : Methods. - 17(2019)1, S. 42-57

2018

Miklos Balint; Markus Pfenninger; Hans-Peter Grossart; Pierre Taberlet; Mark Vellend; Mathew A. Leibold; Göran Englund; Diana Bowler

Environmental DNA time series ecology

Trends in Ecology and Evolution. - 33(2018)12, S. 945-957

Evanthia Mantzouki; James Campbell; Emiel van Loon; Petra Visser; Iosif Konstantinou; Maria Antoniou; Gregory Giuliani; Daniele Machado-Vieira; Alinne Gurjao de Oliveira; Dubravka Spoljaric Maronic; Filip Stevic; Tanja Zuna Pfeiffer; Itana Bokan Vucelic; Petar Zutinic; Marija Gligora Udovic; Andelka Plenkovic-Moraj; Nikoletta Tsiarta; Ludek Blaha; Rodan Geris; Marketa Frankova ... Jeremy Fonvielle; Hans-Peter Grossart; Christos Avagianos ... Hannah Cromie; Bastiaan W. Ibelings

Data descriptor: a European multi lake survey dataset of environmental variables, phytoplankton pigments and cyanotoxins

Scientific Data. - 5(2018) art. 180226

Evanthia Mantzouki; Miquel Lürling; Jutta Fastner; Lisette de Senerpont Domis; Elzbieta Wilk-Wozniak; Judita Koreiviene; Laura Seelen; Sven Teurlincx; Yvon Verstijnen; Wojciech Krzton; Edward Walusiak; Jurate Karosiene; Jurate Kasperoviciene; Ksenija Savadova; Irma Vitonyte; Carmen Cillero-Castro; Agnieszka Budzynska ... Tanja Zuna Pfeiffer; Jeremy Fonvielle; Dietmar Straile ... Kersti Kangro; Hans-Peter Grossart; Hans W. Paerl; Cayelan C. Carey; Bas W. Ibelings

Temperature effects explain continental scale distribution of cyanobacterial toxins

Toxins. - 10(2018)4, art. 156

Evanthia Mantzouki; Meryem Beklioglu; Justin D. Brookes; Lisette Nicole de Senerpont Domis; Hilary A. Dugan; Jonathan P. Doubek; Hans-Peter Grossart; Jens C. Nejstgaard; Amina I. Pollard; Robert Ptacnik; Kevin C. Rose; Steven Sadro; Laura Seelen; Nicholas K. Skaff; Katrin Teubner; Gesa A. Weyhenmeyer; Bastiaan W. Ibelings

Snapshot surveys for lake monitoring, more than a shot in the dark

Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. - 6(2018)art. 201

Wiliam Darwall; Vanessa Bremerich; Aaike De Wever; Anthony I. Dell; Jörg Freyhof; Mark O. Gessner; Hans-Peter Grossart; Ian Harrison; Ken Irvine; Sonja C. Jähnig; Jonathan M. Jeschke; Jessica J. Lee; Cai Lu; Aleksandra M. Lewandowska; Michael T. Monaghan; Jens C. Nejstgaard; Harmony Patricio; Astrid Schmidt-Kloiber; Simon N. Stuart; Michele Thieme; Klement Tockner; Eren Turak; Olaf Weyl

The Alliance for Freshwater Life: a global call to unite efforts for freshwater biodiversity science and conservation

Aquatic Conservation. - 28(2018)4, S. 1015-1022

Dirk Schulze-Makuch; Dirk Wagner; Samuel P. Kounaves; Kai Mangelsdorf; Kevin G. Devine;Jean-Pierre de Vera; Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin; Hans-Peter Grossart; Victor Parro; Martin Kaupenjohann; Albert Galy; Beate Schneider; Alessandro Airo; Jan Frösler; Alfonso F. Davila; Felix L. Arens; Luis Caceres; Francisco Solis Cornejo; Daniel Carrizo; Lewis Dartnell; Jocelyne DiRuggiero; Markus Flury; Lars Ganzert; Mark O. Gessner; Peter Grathwohl; Lisa Guan; Jacob Heinz; Matthias Hess; Frank Keppler; Deborah Maus; Christopher P. McKay; Rainer U. Meckenstock; Wren Montgomery; Elizabeth A. Oberlin; Alexander J. Probst; Johan S. Saenz; Tobias Sattler; Janosch Schirmack; Mark A. Sephton; Michael Schloter; Jenny Uhl; Bernardita Valenzuela; Gisle Vestergaard; Lars Wörmer; Pedro Zamorano

Transitory microbial habitat in the hyperarid Atacama Desert

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. - 115(2018)11, S. 2670-2675

2017

Jan Taucher; Lennart T. Bach; Tim Boxhammer; Alice Nauendorf; The Gran Canaria KOSMOS Consortium (Hans-Peter Grossart, Thomas Hornick and 48 other members); Eric P. Achterberg; Maria Alguero-Muniz; Javier Aristegui; Jan Czerny; Mario Esposito; Wanchun Guan; Mathias Haunost; Henriette G. Horn; Andrea Ludwig; Jana Meyer; Carsten Spisla; Michael Sswat; Paul Stange; Ulf Riebesell

Influence of ocean acidification and deep water upwelling on oligotrophic plankton communities in the subtropical North Atlantic: insights from an in situ mesocosm

Frontiers in Marine Science. - 4(2017)art. 85

Luke R. Thompson; Jon G. Sanders; Daniel McDonald; Amnon Amir; Joshua Ladau; Kenneth J. Locey; Robert J. Prill; Anupriya Tripathi; Sean M. Gibbons; Gail Ackermann; Jose A. Navas-Molina; Stefan Janssen; Evguenia Kopylova; Yoshiki Vazquez-Baeza; Antonio Gonzalez; James T. Morton; Siavash Mirarab; Zhenjiang Zech Xu; Lingjing Jiang; Mohamed F. Haroon; Jad Kanbar; Qiyun Zhu; Se Jin Song; Tomasz Kosciolek; Nicholas A. Bokulich; Joshua Lefler; Colin J. Brislawn; Gregory Humphrey; Sarah M. Owens; Jarrad Hampton-Marcell; Donna Berg-Lyons; Valerie McKenzie; Noah Fierer; Jed A. Fuhrman; Aaron Clauser; Rick L. Stevens; Ashley Shade; Katherine S. Pollard; Kelly D. Goodwin; Janet K. Jansson; Jack A. Gilbert; Rob Knight; The Earth Microbiome Project Consortium (Hans-Peter Grossart and 259 other members)

A communal catalogue reveals Earth's multiscale microbial diversity

Nature. - 541(2017)7638, S. 536-540

Markus Venohr; Jörg Lewandowski; Werner Kloas; Hans-Peter Grossart; Mark O. Gessner; Christian Wolter; Jörn Geßner; Sven Wuertz

Schutz und Nutzung von Binnengewässern in Deutschland - Status Quo, Konflikte und politische Handlungsoptionen

IGB Policy Brief zur Bundestagswahl 2017

Thijs Frenken; Elisabet Alacid; Stella A. Berger; Elizabeth C. Bournr; Melanie Gerphagnon; Hans-Peter Grossart; Alena S. Gsell; Bas W. Ibelings; Maiko Kagami; Frithjof C. Küpper; Peter M. Letcher; Adeline Loyau; Takeshi Miki; Jens C. Nejstgaard; Serena Rasconi; Albert Rene; Thomas Rohrlack; Keilor Rojas-Jimenez; Dirk S. Schmeller; Bettina Scholz; Kensuke Seto; Telesphore Sime-Ngando; Assaf Sukenik; Dedmer B. van de Waal; Silke van den Wyngaert; Ellen Van Donk; Justyna Wolinska; Christian Wurzbacher; Ramsy Agha

Integrating chytrid fungal parasites into plankton ecology: research gaps and needs

Environmental Microbiology. - 19(2017)10, S. 3802-3822

Darren P. Giling; Peter A. Staehr; Hans Peter Grossart; Mikkel Rene Andersen; Bertram Boehrer; Carmelo Escot; Fatih Evrendilek; Lluis Gomez-Gener; Mark Honti; Ian D. Jones; Nusret Karakaya; Alo Laas; Enrique Moreno-Ostos : Karsten Rinke; Ulrike Scharfenberger; Silke R. Schmidt; Michael Weber; R. Iestyn Woolway; Jacob A. Zwart; Biel Obrador

Delving deeper: metabolic processes in the metalimnion of stratified lakes

Limnology and Oceanography. - 62(2017)3, S. 1288-1306

Darren P. Giling; Jens C. Nejstgaard; Stella A. Berger; Hans-Peter Grossart; Georgiy Kirillin; Armin Penske; Maren Lentz; Peter Casper; Jörg Sareyka; Mark O. Gessner

Thermocline deepening boosts ecosystem metabolism

Global Change Biology. - 23(2017)4, S. 1448-1462

Jan F. Hartmann; Amanda Schiller; Torben Gentz; Markus Greule; Hans-Peter Grossart; Danny Ionescu; Frank Keppler; Karla Martinez-Cruz; Armando Sepulveda-Jauregui; Margot Isenbeck-Schröter

Real time measurement of concentration and d13C-CH4 in water

Procedia Earth and Planetary Science. - 17(2017), S. 460-463

Gregor Kalinkat; Juliano S. Cabral; William Darwall; G. Francesco Ficetola; Judith L. Fisher; Darren P. Giling; Marie-Pierre Gosselin; Hans-Peter Grossart; Sonja C. Jähnig; Jonathan M. Jeschke; Klaus Knopf; Stefano Larsen; Gabriela Onandia; Marlene Paetzig; Wolf-Christian Saul; Gabriel Singer; Erik Sperfeld; Ivan Jaric

Flagship umbrella species needed for the conservation of overlooked aquatic biodiversity

Conservation Biology. - 31(2017)2, S. 481-485

 

 

2016

Jennifer A. Brentrup; Craig E. Williamson; William Colom-Montero; Werner Eckert; Elvira de Eyto; Hans-Peter Grossart; Yannick Huot; Peter D. F. Isles; Lesley B. Knoll; Taylor H. Leach; Chris G. McBride; Don Pierson; Francesco Pomati; Jordan S. Read; Kevin C. Rose; Nihar R. Samal; Peter A. Staehr; Luke A. Winslow

The potential of high-frequency profiling to assess vertical and seasonal patterns of phytoplankton dynamics in lakes: an extension of the Plankton Ecology Group (PEG) model

Inland Waters. - 6(2016)4, S. 565-580

Rafael Marce; Glen George; Paola Buscarinu; Melania Deidda; Julita Dunalska; Elvira de Eyto; Giovanna Flaim; Hans Peter Grossart; Vera Istvanovics; Mirjana Lenhardt; Enrique Moreno-Ostos; Biel Obrador; Ilia Ostrovsky; Donald C. Pierson; Jan Potuzak; Sandra Poikane; Karsten Rinke; Sara Rodriguez-Mozaz; Peter A. Staehr; Katerina Sumberova; Guido Waajen; Gesa A. Weyhenmeyer; Kathleen C. Weathers; Mark Zion; Bas Willem Ibelings; Eleanor Jennings

Automatic high frequency monitoring for improved lake and reservoir management

Environmental Science and Technology. - 50(2016)20, S. 10780-10794

Katrin Premke; Katrin Attermeyer; Jürgen Augustin; Alvaro Cabezas; Peter Casper; Detlef Deumlich; Jörg Gelbrecht; Horst H. Gerke; Arthur Gessler; Hans-Peter Grossart; Sabine Hilt; Michael Hupfer; Thomas Kalettka; Zachary Kayler; Gunnar Lischeid; Michael Sommer; Dominik Zak

The importance of landscape diversity for carbon fluxes at the landscape level

WIREs Water. - 3(2016)4, S. 601-617

A. S. Izhitskiy; P. O. Zavialov; P. V. Sapozhnikov; G. B. Kirillin; H. P. Grossart; O. Y. Kalinina; A. K. Zalota; I. V. Goncharenko; A. K. Kurbaniyazov

Present state of the Aral Sea

Scientific Reports. - 6(2016) art.22906

Rafael R. C. Cuadrat; Isabel Ferrera; Hans-Peter Grossart; Alberto M. R. Davila

Picoplankton bloom in global south?

OMICS - A Journal of Integrative Biology. - 20(2016)2, S. 76-87

Betty Lischke; Guntram Weithoff; Stephen A. Wickham; Katrin Attermeyer; Hans-Peter Grossart; Kristin Scharnweber; Sabine Hilt; Ursula Gaedke

Large biomass of small feeders

Journal of Plankton Research. - 38(2016)1, S. 2-15

2015

Madhab K. Chattopadhyay; Ranadhir Chakraborty; Hans-Peter Grossart; Gundlapally S. Reddy; Medicharla V. Jagannadham

Antibiotic resistance of bacteria

BioMed Research International. - (2015), art.501658

Thomas W. Crowther; Hans-Peter Grossart

The role of bottom-up and top-down interactions in determining microbial and fungal diversity and function

Trophic ecology : bottom-up and top-down interactions across aquatic and terrestrial systems / ed. by Torrance C. Hanley ... - Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press, 2015. - ch. 10, S. 260-287

2014

Falk Eigemann; Hans-Peter Grossart; Xuexiu Chang; Sabine Hilt

Interactions affect phytoplankton sensitivity towards allelochemicals

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2013 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2014. - S. 7-11

Katrin Attermeyer; Hans-Peter Grossart

Das Gute kommt von oben

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2013 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2014. - S. 2-6

Kam W. Tang; Daniel F. McGinnis; Katharina Frindte; Volker Brüchert; Hans-Peter Grossart

Paradox reconsidered

Limnology and Oceanography. - 59(2014)1, S. 275-284

2013

Hans-Peter Grossart; Claudia Dziallas

Microbes in and on organisms: gain or pain?

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2012 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2013. - S. 129-133

Stefan Bertilsson; Amy Burgin; Cayelan C. Carey; Samuel B. Fey; Hans-Peter Grossart; Lorena M. Grubisic; Ian D. Jones; Georgiy Kirillin; Jay T. Lennon; Ashley Shade; Robyn L. Smyth

The under-ice microbiome of seasonally frozen lakes

Limnology and Oceanography. - 58(2013)6, S. 1998-2012

David A. Walsh; Josine Lafontaine; Hans-Peter Grossart

On the eco-evolutionary relationships of fresh and salt water bacteria and the role of gene transfer in their adaptation

Lateral gene transfer in evolution / ed. by Uri Gophna. - New York : Springer, 2013. - chapter 3. - S. 55-77

Andreas Kleeberg; Michael Hupfer; Giselher Gust; Ivette Salka; Kirsten Pohlmann; Hans-Peter Grossart

Intermittent riverine resuspension

Limnology and Oceanography. - 58(2013)2, S. 635-652

Klement Tockner; Hans-Peter Grossart

Biodiversität der Binnengewässer

Die Vielfalt des Lebens / Hrsg.: Erwin Beck. - Weinheim : Wiley, 2013. - Kapitel 13. - S. 121-128

2012

N. Wannicke; S. Endres; A. Engel; H.-P. Grossart; M. Nausch; J. Unger; M. Voss

Response of Nodularia spumigena to pCO2

Biogeosciences. - 9(2012)8, S. 2973-2988

Katharina Frindte; Katrin Attermeyer; Werner Eckert; Hans-Peter Grossart

Periodische Redoxwechsel und ihr Einfluss auf bakterielle Aktivität und Porenwasserchemie

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2011 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2012. - S. 265-270

2011

Christian Wurzbacher; Janice Kerr; Hans-Peter Grossart

Aquatic fungi

The dynamical processes of biodiversity - case studies of evolution ans spatial distribution / ed. by Oscar Grillo ... - 2011, chapter 10, S. 227-258

Katharina Frindte; Werner Eckert; Stefan Rösel; Hans-Peter Grossart

Breathe in the absence of oxygen!

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2010 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2011. - S. 407-411

Peter Kasprzak; Michael Hupfer; Peter Casper; Mark Gessner; Hans-Peter Grossart

Gewässer im Klimastress - was tun?

Zwischenruf. - 1(2011), S. 13-17

Madhab K. Chattopadhyay; Hans-Peter Grossart

Antibiotic and heavy metal resistance of bacterial isolates obtained from some lakes in northern Germany

NSHM journal of pharmacy and healthcare management. - 2(2011), S. 74-75

2010

J. Bernhardt; K. Frindte; S. Jordan; M. Hupfer; H.-P. Grossart; C. Engelhardt; G. Kirillin

Seiche-induced heat and mass exchange between the sediments and the near-bottom waters

14th Workshop on Physical Processes in Natural Waters. - 2010, S. 83-85

Hans-Peter Grossart; Kam W. Tang

www.aquaticmicrobial.net

Communicative and integrative biology. - 3(2010)6, S. 491-494

Hans-Peter Grossart; Claudia Dziallas; Karin Holmfeldt; Lasse Riemann; Martin Allgaier

Aktinobakterien in unterschiedlichen aquatischen Systemen

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2009 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2010. - S. 425-429

Claudia Dziallas; Hans-Peter Grossart

Microcystin - Gift oder Nahrung für aquatische heterotrophe Bakterien?

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2009 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2010. - S. 420-424

Ivette Salka; Christian Wurzbacher; Hans Peter Grossart

Effekte von UV-Strahlung auf bakterielles Wachstum und Genexpression im huminstoffreichen See Große Fuchskuhke

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2009 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2010. - S. 155-159

Stefan Rösel; Christian Wurzbacher; Hans-Peter Grossart

Diatomeen-Frühjahrsblüte und Pollenflug

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2009 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2010. - S. 149-154

Andrea Roskosch; Claudia Dziallas; Hans-Peter Grossart; Michael Hupfer; Jörg Lewandowski

Die Auswirkung von Bioirrigation auf mikrobielle Gemeinschaften und Prozesse in limnischen Sedimenten

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2009 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2010. - S. 47-53

M. K. Chattopadhyay; H.-P. Grossart

Pollution by heavy metals

Current science. - 99(2010)9, S. 1163

Christian M. Wurzbacher; Felix Bärlocher; Hans-Peter Grossart

Fungi in lake ecosystems

Aquatic microbial ecology. - 59(2010), S. 125 - 149

2009

Hans-Peter Grossart; Claudia Dziallas; Kam Tang

Effekte von Futter und Umwelt auf die bakterielle Diversität von Zooplankton

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2008 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2009. - S. 263-267

Claudia Dziallas; Hans-Peter Grossart

Temperature influence on community structure of bacteria associated with cyanobacteria (Microcystis aeruginosa)

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2008 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2009. - S. 423-427

Andreas Kleeberg; Michael Hupfer; Giselher Gust; Ivette Salka; Hans-Peter Grossart

Einfluss periodischer Sedimentresuspension auf die Sediment/Wasser-Kontaktzone, die Phosphortransformation und die Reaktion der mikrobiellen Gemeinschaft

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2008 der DGL. - Hardegsen, 2009. - S. 440-444

Hans-Peter Grossart; Giselher Gust

Hydrostatic pressure affects physiology and community structure of marine bacteria during settling to 4000 m

Marine ecology progress series. - 390(2009), S. 97-104

2008

Cathleen Koppe; Lothar Krienitz; Hans-Peter Grossart

Führen heterotrophe Bakterien zu Veränderungen in der Physiologie und Morphologie von Phytoplankton?

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2007 der DGL. - Werder, 2008. - S. 27-33

T. Tanaka; T. F. Thingstad; T. Løvdal; H.-P. Grossart; A. Larsen; M. Allgaier; M. Meyerhöfer; K. G. Schulz; J. Wohlers; E. Zöllner; U. Riebesell

Availability of phosphate for phytoplankton and bacteria and of glucose for bacteria at different pCO2 levels in a mesocosm study

Biogeosciences. - 5(2008), S. 669-678

T. Løvdal; C. Eichner; H.-P. Grossart; V. Carbonnel; L. Chou; V. Martin-Jézéquel; T. F. Thingstad

Competition for inorganic and organic forms of nitrogen and phosphorous between phytoplankton and bacteria during an Emiliania huxleyi spring bloom

Biogeosciences. - 5(2008), S. 371-383

U. Riebesell; R. G. J. Bellerby; H.-P. Grossart; F. Thingstad

Mesocosm CO2 perturbation studies

Biogeosciences. - 5(2008), S. 1157-1164

Nadine Bauer; Hans-Peter Grossart; Sabine Hilt

Do bacteria influence the sensitivity of phytoplankton to allelochemicals from submerged macrophytes?

Verhandlungen / Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie. - 30(2008)2, S. 307-311

M. Allgaier; U. Riebesell; M. Vogt; R. Thyrhaug; H.-P. Grossart

Coupling of heterotrophic bacteria to phytoplankton bloom development at different pCO2 levels

Biogeosciences. - 5(2008)4, S. 1007-1022

2007

Martin Allgaier; Hans-Peter Grossart

Diversity and seasonal dynamics of Actinobacteria populations in 4 lakes in Northern Germany

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2006 der DGL. - Werder, 2007. - S. 415-419

Kristine Hutalle; Martin Allgaier; Hans-Peter Grossart

Isolation, physiological and phylogenetic characterization of heterotrophic bacteria in the pelagial of an acidic bog lake

Erweiterte Zusammenfassungen der Jahrestagung 2006 der DGL. - Werder, 2007. - S. 420-424

Agus Sabdono; Ocky Karna Radjasa; Suil Kang; Hor-Gil Hur; Hans-Peter Grossart; Meinhard Simon; Elena Zocchi; Michael J. Risk

Presence and toxicity of 2,4-D herbicide in coral Galaxea fascicularis of Java Coast, Indonesia

Reserach journal of environmental toxicology. - 1(2007)2, S. 71-77

Ocky Karna Radjasa; Torben Martens; Hans-Peter Grossart; Thorsten Brinkhoff; Agus Sabdono; Meinhard Simon

Antagonistic activity of a marine bacterium Pseudoalteromonas luteoviolacea TAB4.2 associated with coral Acropora sp.

Journal of biological sciences. - 7(2007)2, S. 239-246

2006

Hans-Peter Grossart; Martin Allgaier; Uta Passow; Ulf Riebesell

Testing the effect of CO2 concentration on the dynamics of marine heterotrophic bacterioplankton

Limnology and oceanography. - 51(2006)1, S. 1-11

Kam W. Tang; Hans-Peter Grossart; Emily M. Yam; George A. Jackson; Hugh W. Ducklow; Thomas Kiorboe

Mesocosm study of particle dynamics and control of particle-associated bacteria by flagellate grazing

Marine ecology progress series. - 825(2006), S. 15-27

2005

Hans-Peter Grossart

Was sagen uns Gene?

Tagungsbericht 2004 der DGL. - Berlin, 2005. - S. 567-571

2004

Sebastian Steigenberger; Frank Terjung; Hans-Peter Grossart; Rainer Reuter

Blue-fluorescence of NADPH as an indicator of marine primary production

eProceedings

Thomas Kiørboe; Hans-Peter Grossart; Helle Ploug; Kam Tang; Brigitte Auer

Particle-associated flagellates

Aquatic microbial ecology. - 35(2004)2, S. 141-152

2003

B. Rink; M. Lunau; S. Seeberger; H. Stevens; T. Brinkhoff; H.-P. Grossart; M. Simon

Diversity patterns of aggregateassociated and free-living bacterial communities in the German Wadden Sea

Berichte / Forschungszentrum Terramare. - 12(2003), S. 96-98

M. Lunau; B. Rink; H.-P. Grossart; M. Simon

Tidal and seasonal variations in dynamics of microaggregates and associated bacterial communities in the German Wadden Sea

Berichte / Forschungszentrum Terramare. - 12(2003), S. 105-108

M. Lunau; B. Rink; H.-P. Grossart; M. Simon

How to sample marine microaggregates in shallow and turbid environments?

Berichte / Forschungszentrum Terramare. - 12(2003), S. 85-88

2002

Further Projects

Leibniz Forschungsverbund Infections'21

The Leibniz Research Alliance “INFECTIONS´21” aims to establish an interdisciplinary research agenda and opens up new avenues of communication across disciplines. New strategies and methods for early warning and outbreak management systems will be developed to control spread of pathogens. This effort will also include public involvement through citizen science projects.

HFSP-IAMM: Interactions Among Marine Microbes

The oceans are teeming with microbial life, which impacts global biogeochemistry, climate and human health. “-Omics” methods enable us to identify “who is there” and their genetic potential, but understanding how these organisms interact in nature and how they affect biogeochemical processes remains a major open challenge. A crucial component of this puzzle, at the heart of the cycling of nutrients in the biosphere, is the coupling between organisms that fix carbon using solar energy (phytoplankton) and microbes that rely on organic carbon for energy and growth (heterotrophs). The diversity of microbial species and the richness of their metabolism make the problem of predicting how each pair of species will interact impossible to address using traditional approaches. This project will tackle this challenge through a tightly integrated combination of genome scale modeling and laboratory experiments, to identify genomic traits dictating how environmentally-relevant microbes interact. Our approach, will provide a critical stepping-stone towards predicting how marine microbial systems will evolve in a changing world.

Leibniz SAW Project MikOMIK

The joint project MikrOMIK is aiming at a comprehensive analysis of microplastics in the Baltic Sea, focusing on the microbial populations colonizing the plastic particles. So far, only rough estimations of the abundance and distribution of microplastics in the Baltic Sea exist, and nothing is known about the interaction between microplastics and microorganisms in this ecosystem. Within the project, methods for the sampling and identification of microplastics from seawater and sediment are being evaluated; abundances, sources and sinks of microplastics in the Baltic Sea are being determined; microplastic sedimentation behavior is being explored; ingestion and egestion by higher organisms is being studied; and microbial plastic biofilms, including potential pathogenic members, are being investigated.

Leibniz SAW Project MycoLink

MycoLink Linking aquatic fungal diversity to ecosystem function

is funded by the Leibniz Association “PAKT for Research and Innovation” and is a cooperation between 4 Leibniz Institutes:

  1. Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) in Berlin
  2. Leibniz-Institute DSMZ – German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures in Braunschweig
  3. Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) in Müncheberg
  4. Leibniz-Institute of Zoo- and Wildlife research (IZW) in Berlin

and the Berlin Centre for Genomics in Biodiversity Research (BeGenDiv)

Aquatic Microbial Ecology (MIBI)

The MiBi working group, headed by Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Grossart, was established as a junior group in 2002 as part of Department 3 (Experimental Limnology) located at Lake Stechlin, NE Germany. Initially, the group has focused on the microbial and physiological characterisation of sinking aggregates and their ecological role in aquatic ecosystem. During the past years the scientific focus has widened, ranging from 1) genes (single cell genomics, metagenomics and metatranscriptomics), 2) organisms (archaea, bacteria, fungi), 3) biogeochemical processes (organic matter cycling, oxic methane production), 4) populations and communities (aquatic (parasitic) fungi, Actinobacteria, interactions between phytoplankton and bacteria) to 5) whole ecosystems (lakes, oceans, estuaries, rivers). A main task is to link patterns of biodiversity and processes at the microscale with those at the landscape or global scale. Methods used comprise OMICS tools, biogeochemical measures, traditional microbiological methods, microscopy and remote sensing during field-, mesocosm- and laboratory studies. The international MiBi research group represents a wide range of disciplines and expertise including biology, chemistry, physics and modelling.

Specific topics:

- ecology and taxonomy of aquatic fungi

- microbial diversity and function in respond to extreme weather events

- functional and physical properties of sinking particles

- origin and fate of methane in oxic waters

- mechanisms and importance of algal-bacterial interactions

- aquatic-terrestrial coupling and its effect on aquatic biodiversity

- microplastic pollution

 

Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Grossart has established himself as an expert in the field of aquatic microbial ecology and aquatic biodiversity, amassing over 8000 citations, being awarded >6 million € in research funding, serving as editor and has published >200 publications. Since 2016 he has been serving as a board member-at-large of the Association for the Sciences of Oceanography and Limnology.

 

 

 

MIBI-Members

Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Grossart

Elke Mach (TA)

Solvig Pinnow (TA)

Isabell Klawonn (Postdoc)

Silke Van den Wyngaert (Postdoc)

Luca Zoccarato (Postdoc)

Jason Woodhouse (Postdoc)

Danny Ionescu (Postdoc)

Mina Bizic-Ionescu (Postdoc)

Olesya Kolmakova (Guest, Postdoc)

Thomas Hornick (PhD)

Therese Kettner (PhD)

Maria Arias (PhD)

Darshan Neubauer (PhD)

Luis Alberto Villalba (PhD)

Truls Hansson (PhD)

Jeremy Fonvielle (PhD)

Hossein Masigol (PhD)

Daniela Numberger (PhD at IZW with Prof. Dr. Alex Greenwood)

Florian Reverey (PhD at ZALF with Prof. Dr. Gunnar Lischeid)

 

Beatrix Beisner (Sabbatical, Guest Senior Researcher)

Keilor Rojas (Guest, Senior Researcher)

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