Martin T. Dokulil
Martin T. Dokulil
Research Department for Limnology, Mondsee, Univ. Innsbruck
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Lake responses to reduced nutrient loading–an analysis of contemporary long‐term data from 35 case studies
E Jeppesen, M Søndergaard, JP Jensen, KE Havens, O Anneville, ...
Freshwater biology 50 (10), 1747-1771, 2005
11412005
Cyanobacterial dominance in lakes
MT Dokulil, K Teubner
Hydrobiologia 438 (1), 1-12, 2000
8092000
Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe
CM O'Reilly, S Sharma, DK Gray, SE Hampton, JS Read, RJ Rowley, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (24), 10,773-10,781, 2015
6352015
Long-term dynamics of phytoplankton assemblages: Microcystis-domination in Lake Taihu, a large shallow lake in China
Y Chen, B Qin, K Teubner, MT Dokulil
Journal of plankton research 25 (4), 445-453, 2003
6292003
Changes of nutrients and phytoplankton chlorophyll-a in a large shallow lake, Taihu, China: an 8-year investigation
Y Chen, C Fan, K Teubner, M Dokulil
Hydrobiologia 506 (1), 273-279, 2003
2402003
Eighty years of spatially coherent Austrian lake surface temperatures and their relationship to regional air temperature and the North Atlantic Oscillation
DM Livingstone, MT Dokulil
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (5), 1220-1227, 2001
2042001
Anthropogenic impacts to large lakes in China: the Tai Hu example
M Dokulil, W Chen, Q Cai
Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 3 (1), 81-94, 2000
1642000
Equilibrium/steady-state concept in phytoplankton ecology
L Naselli-Flores, J Padisák, MT Dokulil, I Chorus
Phytoplankton and Equilibrium Concept: The Ecology of Steady-State …, 2003
1572003
Population dynamics and photosynthetic rates of a Cylindrospermopsis-Limnothrix association in a highly eutrophic urban lake, Alte Donau, Vienna, Austria
MT Dokulil, J Mayer
Algological Studies/Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Supplement Volumes, 179-195, 1996
1411996
Twenty years of spatially coherent deepwater warming in lakes across Europe related to the North Atlantic Oscillation
MT Dokulil, A Jagsch, GD George, O Anneville, T Jankowski, B Wahl, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (6), 2787-2793, 2006
1392006
Littoral diatom assemblages as bioindicators of lake trophic status: A case study from perialpine lakes in Austria
A Poulíčková, M Duchoslav, M Dokulil
European Journal of Phycology 39 (2), 143-152, 2004
1232004
A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985–2009
S Sharma, DK Gray, JS Read, CM O’reilly, P Schneider, A Qudrat, C Gries, ...
Scientific data 2 (1), 1-19, 2015
1182015
Understanding the assembly of phytoplankton in relation to the trophic spectrum: where are we now?
C Reynolds, M Dokulil, J Padisák
Hydrobiologia 424 (1), 147-152, 2000
1052000
Seasonal successions and trophic relations between phytoplankton, zooplankton, ciliate and bacteria in a hypertrophic shallow lake in Vienna, Austria
J Mayer, MT Dokulil, M Salbrechter, M Berger, T Posch, G Pfister, ...
Shallow Lakes’ 95, 165-174, 1997
1051997
The impact of the changing climate on the thermal characteristics of lakes
L Arvola, G George, DM Livingstone, M Järvinen, T Blenckner, MT Dokulil, ...
The impact of climate change on European lakes, 85-101, 2009
982009
Impact of climate warming on European inland waters
MT Dokulil
Inland Waters 4 (1), 27-40, 2014
882014
Environmental control of phytoplankton productivity in turbulent turbid systems
MT Dokulil
Hydrobiologia 289, 65-72, 1994
881994
Algae as ecological bio-indicators
MT Dokulil
Trace metals and other contaminants in the environment 6, 285-327, 2003
852003
Meroplankton dynamics in a saline, turbulent, turbid shallow lake (Neusiedlersee, Austria and Hungary)
J Padisák, M Dokulil
Phytoplankton in Turbid Environments: Rivers and Shallow Lakes, 23-42, 1994
851994
Eutrophication and restoration of shallow lakes–the concept of stable equilibria revisited
MT Dokulil, K Teubner
Hydrobiologia 506 (1), 29-35, 2003
842003
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