Patrik Kraufvelin
Patrik Kraufvelin
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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Non-native marine invertebrates are more tolerant towards environmental stress than taxonomically related native species: results from a globally replicated study
M Lenz, BAP da Gama, NV Gerner, J Gobin, F Gröner, A Harry, ...
Environmental Research 111 (7), 943-952, 2011
Biomass response and changes in composition of ephemeral macroalgal assemblages along an experimental gradient of nutrient enrichment
R Karez, S Engelbert, P Kraufvelin, MF Pedersen, U Sommer
Aquatic Botany 78 (2), 103-117, 2004
The response of experimental rocky shore communities to nutrient additions
TL Bokn, CM Duarte, MF Pedersen, N Marba, FE Moy, C Barrķn, ...
Ecosystems 6 (6), 577-594, 2003
Eutrophication-induced changes in benthic algae affect the behaviour and fitness of the marine amphipod Gammarus locusta
P Kraufvelin, S Salovius, H Christie, FE Moy, R Karez, MF Pedersen
Aquatic Botany 84 (3), 199-209, 2006
Biomass, diversity and production of rocky shore macroalgae at two nutrient enrichment and wave action levels
P Kraufvelin, A Lindholm, MF Pedersen, LA Kirkerud, E Bonsdorff
Marine Biology 157 (1), 29-47, 2010
Nutrient addition to experimental rocky shore communities revisited: delayed responses, rapid recovery
P Kraufvelin, FE Moy, H Christie, TL Bokn
Ecosystems 9, 1076-1093, 2006
Responses to nutrient enrichment, wave action and disturbance in rocky shore communities
P Kraufvelin
Aquatic Botany 87 (4), 262-274, 2007
Animal diversity in Baltic rocky shore macroalgae: can Cladophora glomerata compensate for lost Fucus vesiculosus?
P Kraufvelin, S Salovius
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 61 (2), 369-378, 2004
Cleaning up seas using blue growth initiatives: Mussel farming for eutrophication control in the Baltic Sea
J Kotta, M Futter, A Kaasik, K Liversage, M Rätsep, FR Barboza, ...
Science of the Total Environment 709, 136144, 2020
Are rocky shore ecosystems affected by nutrient enriched seawater? Some preliminary results from a mesocosm experiment
T Bokn, FE Moy, H Christie, S Engelbert, R Karez, K Kersting, P Kraufvelin, ...
Hydrobiologia 484, 167-175, 2002
Essential coastal habitats for fish in the Baltic Sea
P Kraufvelin, Z Pekcan-Hekim, U Bergström, AB Florin, A Lehikoinen, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 204, 14-30, 2018
Temporal stability of European rocky shore assemblages: variation across a latitudinal gradient and the role of habitat‐formers
F Bulleri, L Benedetti‐Cecchi, M Cusson, E Maggi, F Arenas, R Aspden, ...
Oikos 121, 1801-1809, 2012
Winter colonisation and succession of filamentous macroalgae on artificial substrates and possible relationships to Fucus vesiculosus settlement in early summer
P Kraufvelin, AT Ruuskanen, N Nappu, M Kiirikki
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 72 (4), 665-674, 2007
Mechanisms regulating amphipod population density within macroalgal communities with low predator impact
HC Christie, P Kraufvelin
Scientia Marina (Barcelona) 68 (Suppl. 1), 189-198, 2004
Model ecosystem replicability challenged by the “soft” reality of a hard bottom mesocosm
P Kraufvelin
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 222 (1), 247-267, 1998
The filamentous green alga Cladophora glomerata as a habitat for littoral macro-fauna in the northern Baltic Sea
S Salovius, P Kraufvelin
Ophelia 58 (2), 65-78, 2004
Changes in zoobenthic community structure after pollution abatement from fish farms in the Archipelago Sea (N. Baltic Sea)
P Kraufvelin, B Sinisalo, E Leppäkoski, J Mattila, E Bonsdorff
Marine Environmental Research 51 (3), 229-245, 2001
Littoral macrofauna (secondary) responses to experimental nutrient addition to rocky shore mesocosms and a coastal lagoon
P Kraufvelin, H Christie, M Olsen
Hydrobiologia 484, 149-166, 2002
Baltic hard bottom mesocosms unplugged: replicability, repeatability and ecological realism examined by non-parametric multivariate techniques
P Kraufvelin
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 240 (2), 229-258, 1999
Increased seawater temperature and light during early springs accelerate receptacle growth of Fucus vesiculosus in the northern Baltic proper
P Kraufvelin, AT Ruuskanen, S Bäck, G Russell
Marine Biology 159 (8), 1795-1807, 2012
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