Maciej Bartosiewicz
Maciej Bartosiewicz
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Greenhouse gas emission and storage in a small shallow lake
M Bartosiewicz, I Laurion, S MacIntyre
Hydrobiologia 757 (1), 101-115, 2015
212015
Greenhouse gas emissions from waste stabilisation ponds in Western Australia and Quebec (Canada)
P Glaz, M Bartosiewicz, I Laurion, ES Reichwaldt, R Maranger, ...
Water research 101, 64-74, 2016
192016
Climate effects on high latitude Daphnia via food quality and thresholds
A Przytulska, M Bartosiewicz, M Rautio, F Dufresne, WF Vincent
PLoS One 10 (5), e0126231, 2015
182015
Threat or treat: the role of fish exudates in the growth and life history of Daphnia
P Maszczyk, M Bartosiewicz
Ecosphere 3 (10), 1-19, 2012
182012
Increased risk of cyanobacterial blooms in northern high-latitude lakes through climate warming and phosphorus enrichment
A Przytulska, M Bartosiewicz, WF Vincent
Freshwater Biology 62 (12), 1986–1996, 2017
132017
Heat-Wave Effects on Oxygen, Nutrients, and Phytoplankton Can Alter Global Warming Potential of Gases Emitted from a Small Shallow Lake
M Bartosiewicz, I Laurion, F Clayer, R Maranger
Environmental Science and Technology, 2016
122016
The effect of small doses of toxic cyanobacterial food on the temperature response of Daphnia galeata: is bigger better?
L. N. De Senerpont Domis, M. Bartosiewicz, C. Davis, S. Cerbin
Freshwater Biology, 2012
102012
Temporary intermissions in capturing prey (Daphnia) by planktivorous fish (Rutilusrutilus): Are they due to scramble competition or the need for antipredation vigilance?
M Bartosiewicz, ZM Gliwicz
Hydrobiologia 668 (1), 125-136, 2011
82011
Brood space limitation of reproduction may explain growth after maturity in differently sized Daphnia species
M Bartosiewicz, J Jabłoński, J Kozłowski, P Maszczyk
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (2), 417-428, 2015
72015
Effects of winter weather and mixing regime on the restoration of a deep perialpine lake (Lake Lugano, Switzerland and Italy)
F Lepori, M Bartosiewicz, M Simona, M Veronesi
Hydrobiologia 824 (1), 229-242, 2018
62018
Hot tops, cold bottoms: Synergistic climate warming and shielding effects increase carbon burial in lakes
M Bartosiewicz, A Przytulska, JF Lapierre, I Laurion, MF Lehmann, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 1-13, 2019
22019
Interference competition in a planktivorous fish (Rutilus rutilus) at different prey densities and temperatures
P Maszczyk, M Bartosiewicz, J Jurkowski, T Wyszomirski
Limnology, 2014
12014
Effects of climate change and episodic heat events on cyanobacteria in a eutrophic polymictic lake
M Bartosiewicz, A Przytulska, BN Deshpande, D Antoniades, A Cortes, ...
Science of The Total Environment 693, 133414, 2019
2019
2016 Outstanding reviewers
K Adams, S Adler, S Agrawal, B Aichner, P Albano, ...
J Paleolimnol 57, 225-226, 2017
2017
More than just one Methane Paradox?-Methane Production in Oxic Waters and Aerobic Methane Oxidation under Oxygen-Depleted Conditions
MF Lehmann, H Niemann, M Bartosiewicz, J Blees, L Steinle, G Su, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2016
2016
Thank you to our Reviewers
M Abboud-Abi Saab, JL Acuña, M Alcaraz, E Alvarez, K Andersen, T Arula, ...
J. Plankton Res 38 (6), 1444-1446, 2016
2016
Influence des processus externes et internes sur les émissions de gaz à effet de serre dans les lacs de petite taille= The influence of external and internal processes in …
M Bartosiewicz
Université du Québec, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, 2015
2015
Thank you to our Reviewers
N Aberle-Malzahn, D Albert, M Alcaraz, J Allen, E Alvarez, A Alverson, ...
J. Plankton Res 37 (6), 1218-1221, 2015
2015
Corrigendum to “Greenhouse gas emissions from waste stabilisation ponds in Western Australia and Quebec (Canada)”[Water Res. 101
P Glaz, M Bartosiewicz, I Laurion, ES Reichwaldt, R Maranger, ...
Elsevier Ltd, 0
Plankton activity may explain aerobic methane production in meromictic Lake Cadagno
J Venetz, M Bartosiewicz, J Zopfi, MF Lehmann
4th Swiss Geoscience Master Congress, 0
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