Marta M Alirangues Nuñez

Domain/Position
Phone
+49 (30) 64 181 793
Fax
+49 (30) 64 181 682
Room
318
Profile
Expertise

Periphyton, macrophytes, lakes, trophic cascades

CV

2016 - Present PhD candidate at IGB. Topic: Periphyton top-down control and its impact on macrophyte development in eutrophic and oligo- to mesotrophic lakes.

2014 - 2015 Research assistant (field and lab assistant) (Aquatic ecology department, Netherlands Institute of Ecology NIOO-KNAW).

2011 - 2013 MSc in Restoration Ecology. Joint degree at Alcalá University, Complutense University of Madrid, Polytechnic University of Madrid and Rey Juan Carlos University (Spain). Thesis: Factors governing massive growth of rooted macrophytes in shallow lakes in The Netherlands (Netherlands Institute of Ecology NIOO-KNAW).

2006 - 2011 BSc in Environmental Sciences at Autonoma University of Madrid (Spain).

Periphyton

Is a mismatch between periphyton and macrophyte development in spring crucial for submerged macrophyte recolonization in eutrophic shallow lakes?
Contact person
Sabine Hilt
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
Start
01/2016
End
12/2018
Topic

2019

2018

Sabine Hilt; Marta M. Alirangues Nunez; Elisabeth S. Bakker; Irmgard Blindow; Thomas A. Davidson; Mikael Gillefalk; Lars-Anders Hansson; Jan H. Janse; Annette B. G. Janssen; Erik Jeppesen; Timm Kabus; Andrea Kelly; Jan Köhler; Torben L. Lauridsen; Wolf M. Mooij; Ruurd Noordhuis; Geoff Phillips; Jacqueline Rücker; Hans-Heinrich Schuster; Martin Sondergaard; Sven Teurlincx; Klaus van de Weyer; Ellen van Donk; Arno Waterstraat; Nigel Willby; Carl D. Sayer

Response of submerged macrophyte communities to external and internal restoration measures in north temperate shallow lakes

Frontiers in Plant Science. - 9(2018)art. 194

2017

Sabine Hilt; Marta Alirangues. Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei im Auftrag des Fördervereins Feldberg-Uckermärkische Seenlandschaft e.V.

Aufnahme der Biomasse des Periphytons und Steuerung der Periphyton-Biomasse durch Fische in Seen mit unterschiedlicher Entwicklung der Characeen-Gesellschaften

19 S.

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