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2020
Kahru M, Elmgren R., Kaiser J., Wasmund N., Savchuk O..  2020.  Cyanobacterial blooms in the Baltic Sea: Correlations with environmental factors. 92
2019
Olofsson M., Torstensson A., Karlberg M., Steinhoff F.S, Dinasquet J., Riemann L., Chierici M., Wulff A..  2019.  Limited response of a spring bloom community inoculated with filamentous cyanobacteria to elevated temperature and pCO(2). Botanica Marina. 62:3-16.
2018
Rowe O.F, Dinasquet J., Paczkowska J., Figueroa D., Riemann L., Andersson A.  2018.  Major differences in dissolved organic matter characteristics and bacterial processing over an extensive brackish water gradient, the Baltic Sea. Marine Chemistry. 202:27-36.
2016
Kharbush J.J, Kejriwal K., Aluwihare LI.  2016.  Distribution and abundance of hopanoid producers in low-oxygen environments of the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Microbial Ecology. 71:401-408.
Bonito L.T, Hamdoun A., Sandin SA.  2016.  Evaluation of the global impacts of mitigation on persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic pollutants in marine fish. Peerj. 4
Cloern J.E, Abreu P.C, Carstensen J., Chauvaud L., Elmgren R., Grall J., Greening H., Johansson J.OR, Kahru M, Sherwood E.T et al..  2016.  Human activities and climate variability drive fast-paced change across the world's estuarine-coastal ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 22:513-529.
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