MSc; Ecology and Evolution

Truls Hansson

Domain/Position
Phone
+49 (0)33082 699 71
Fax
+49 (0)33082 699 17
Room
4105

Alte Fischerhütte 2, OT Neuglobsow, 16775 Stechlin

Profile
Expertise

Effects of extreme weather events on ecosystem microbial composition, food-web structure, and ecosystem function with regards to carbon gas fluxes.

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

Genetics

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
Earlier publications

Hansson, T. H., et al. "Lateral plate number in low‐plated threespine stickleback: a study of plasticity and heritability." Ecology and evolution 6.10 (2016): 3154-3160.

Mazzarella, A. B., et al. "Strong and parallel salinity‐induced phenotypic plasticity in one generation of threespine stickleback." Journal of evolutionary biology 28.3 (2015): 667-677.

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