Dieter Piepenburg
Dieter Piepenburg
Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
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Recent research on Arctic benthos: common notions need to be revised
D Piepenburg
Polar Biology 28 (10), 733-755, 2005
Lipids in Arctic benthos: does the fatty acid and alcohol composition reflect feeding and trophic interactions?
M Graeve, G Kattner, D Piepenburg
Polar Biology 18, 53-61, 1997
Scale-dependent impact on diversity of Antarctic benthos caused by grounding of icebergs
J Gutt, D Piepenburg
Marine Ecology Progress Series 253, 77-83, 2003
Partitioning of benthic community respiration in the Arctic (northwestern Barents Sea)
SMK Piepenburg D, Blackburn TH, Dorrien CF v, Gutt J, Hall POJ, Hulth S ...
Depth-related structure and ecological significance of cold-seep communities—a case study from the Sea of Okhotsk
H Sahling, SV Galkin, A Salyuk, J Greinert, H Foerstel, D Piepenburg, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 50 (12), 1391-1409, 2003
Biogenic carbon flows through the planktonic food web of the Amundsen Gulf (Arctic Ocean): A synthesis of field measurements and inverse modeling analyses
A Forest, JÉ Tremblay, Y Gratton, J Martin, J Gagnon, G Darnis, M Sampei, ...
Progress in Oceanography 91 (4), 410-436, 2011
Towards a pan-Arctic inventory of the species diversity of the macro-and megabenthic fauna of the Arctic shelf seas
D Piepenburg, P Archambault, WG Ambrose, AL Blanchard, BA Bluhm, ...
Marine Biodiversity 41, 51-70, 2011
Benthic community patterns reflect water column processes in the Northeast Water polynya (Greenland)
D Piepenburg, WG Ambrose Jr, A Brandt, PE Renaud, MJ Ahrens, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 10 (1-4), 467-482, 1997
Distribution, standing stock, growth, mortality and production of Strongylocentrotus pallidus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) in the northern Barents Sea
BA Bluhm, D Piepenburg, K von Juterzenka
Polar Biology 20, 325-334, 1998
Brittle star fauna (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) of the Arctic northwestern Barents Sea: composition, abundance, biomass and spatial distribution
D Piepenburg, MK Schmid
Polar Biology 16, 383-392, 1996
Assemblages of sea stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) and brittle stars (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) in the Weddell Sea (Antarctica) and off Northeast Greenland (Arctic): a …
D Piepenburg, J Voß, J Gutt
Polar Biology 17, 305-322, 1997
Megabenthic commmunities in the waters around Svalbard
D Piepenburg, NV Chernova, CF Von Dorrien, J Gutt, AV Neyelov, ...
Polar Biology 16, 431-446, 1996
Europe (Chapter 13)
B Bednar-Friedl, R Biesbroek, DN Schmidt, P Alexander, KY Børsheim, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2022
The benthos of Arctic seas and its role for the organic carbon cycle at the seafloor
M Klages, A Boetius, JP Christensen, H Deubel, D Piepenburg, I Schewe, ...
The organic carbon cycle in the Arctic Ocean, 139-167, 2004
Epibenthic community patterns on the continental slope off East Greenland at 75* N
M Mayer, D Piepenburg
Marine Ecology Progress Series 143, 151-164, 1996
The benthos off King George Island (South Shetland Islands, Antarctica): further evidence for a lack of a latitudinal biomass cline in the Southern Ocean
D Piepenburg, MK Schmid, D Gerdes
Polar Biology 25, 146-158, 2002
Deep-sea fauna of European seas: an annotated species check-list of benthic invertebrates living deeper than 2000 m in the seas bordering Europe: Ophiuroidea
IS Smirnov, D Piepenburg, C Ahearn, K Juterzenka
Invertebrate Zoology 11 (1), 192-209, 2014
A photographic survey of the epibenthic megafauna of the Arctic Laptev Sea shelf: distribution, abundance, and estimates of biomass and organic carbon demand
D Piepenburg, MK Schmid
Marine Ecology Progress Series 147, 63-75, 1997
Distribution, abundance, biomass, and mineralization potential of the epibenthic megafauna of the Northeast Greenland shelf
D Piepenburg, MK Schmid
Marine Biology 125, 321-332, 1996
Antarctic ecosystems in transition–life between stresses and opportunities
J Gutt, E Isla, JC Xavier, BJ Adams, IY Ahn, CHC Cheng, C Colesie, ...
Biological Reviews 96 (3), 798-821, 2021
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