Alexa Wrede
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Organism functional traits and ecosystem supporting services–A novel approach to predict bioirrigation
A Wrede, J Beermann, J Dannheim, L Gutow, T Brey
Ecological indicators 91, 737-743, 2018
292018
Who really matters: influence of German Bight key bioturbators on biogeochemical cycling and sediment turnover
A Wrede, J Dannheim, L Gutow, T Brey
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 488, 92-101, 2017
282017
Interregional comparison of benthic ecosystem functioning: Community bioturbation potential in four regions along the NE Atlantic shelf
M Gogina, ML Zettler, J Vanaverbeke, J Dannheim, G Van Hoey, ...
Ecological Indicators 110, 105945, 2020
82020
Macrofaunal irrigation traits enhance predictability of nutrient fluxes across the sediment-water interface
A Wrede, H Andresen, R Asmus, KH Wiltshire, T Brey
Marine Ecology Progress Series 632, 27-42, 2019
62019
The budget of macrobenthic reworked organic carbon: A modeling case study of the North Sea
W Zhang, K Wirtz, U Daewel, A Wrede, I Kröncke, G Kuhn, A Neumann, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124 (6), 1446-1471, 2019
62019
Effects of temperature on the bioturbation activity of coastal marine benthic species
A Wrede
University of Bremen, 2014
12014
Macrofauna as a major driver of bentho‐pelagic exchange in the southern North Sea
A Neumann, JEE van Beusekom, A Eisele, KC Emeis, J Friedrich, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 66 (6), 2203-2217, 2021
2021
Organism functional traits and ecosystem supporting services-A novel approach to predict bioirrigation (vol 91, pg 737, 2018)
A Wrede, J Beermann, J Dannheim, L Gutow, T Brey
ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS 119, 2020
2020
Corrigendum to “Organism functional traits and ecosystem supporting services–A novel approach to predict bioirrigation”[Ecol. Indic. 91 (2018) 737–743]
A Wrede, J Beermann, J Dannheim, L Gutow, T Brey
Ecological Indicators 119, 106715, 2020
2020
Describing macrofaunal impact on nutrient flux-what is the potential of trait based approaches?
A Wrede, H Andresen, R Asmus, KH Wiltshire, T Brey
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 21590, 2020
2020
Proxies, drivers, and impact of macrofaunal transport in sediment of the southern North Sea.
A Neumann, J van Beusekom, A Eisele, KC Emeis, J Friedrich, I Kröncke, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 20810, 2020
2020
Nitrat in der Nordsee: auf die richtige Balance kommt es an
A Neumann, A Wrede, J van Beusekom
Biodiversität im Meer und an Land. Vom Wert biologischer Vielfalt, 92-96, 2020
2020
Simplicity in numbers: Implications of diversity for the community Bioturbation Potential (BPc)
A Neumann, A Wrede
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Unraveling the linkages between benthic biological functioning, biogeochemistry and coastal morphodynamics.
PP Arlinghaus
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, EP41C-2362, 2019
2019
Choosing the lesser evil–A case study on quantification of sediment reworking rates in multi corer type sediment cores
A Wrede, J Holstein, T Brey
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 514, 1-9, 2019
2019
Macrofaunal irrigation traits enhance predictability of biogeochemical cycling.
A Wrede, R Asmus, KH Wiltshire, T Brey
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Unraveling the linkages among hydrodynamics, primary production, benthic nutrient fluxes and bioturbation in the southern North Sea.
W Zhang, A Neumann, A Eisele, U Daewel, J Van Beusekom, A Wrede, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Macrofaunal impact on biogeochemical turnover in German Bight sediments
A Wrede
Universität Bremen, 2018
2018
Mutual dependency between benthic fauna and early diagenesis in a shelf sea
W Zhang, A Wrede, U Daewel, C Schrum, K Wirtz
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 7790, 2018
2018
A novel approach to predict bioirrigation and increase predictability of biogeochemical cycling
A Wrede, J Beermann, J Dannheim, L Gutow, R Asmus, H Asmus, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 19122, 2018
2018
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