Jukka Seppälä
Jukka Seppälä
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AERONET-OC: a network for the validation of ocean color primary products
G Zibordi, F Mélin, JF Berthon, B Holben, I Slutsker, D Giles, D D'Alimonte, ...
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 26 (8), 1634-1651, 2009
Ship-of-opportunity based phycocyanin fluorescence monitoring of the filamentous cyanobacteria bloom dynamics in the Baltic Sea
J Seppälä, P Ylöstalo, S Kaitala, S Hällfors, M Raateoja, P Maunula
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 73 (3-4), 489-500, 2007
Inducing autoflocculation in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum through CO 2 regulation
K Spilling, J Seppälä, T Tamminen
Journal of Applied Phycology 23 (6), 959-966, 2011
The use of spectral fluorescence methods to detect changes in the phytoplankton community
J Seppälä, M Balode
Hydrobiologia 363 (1), 207-217, 1997
Beyond bulk properties: Responses of coastal summer plankton communities to nutrient enrichment in the northern Baltic Sea
R Lignell, J Seppälä, P Kuuppo, T Tamminen, T Andersen, I Gismervik
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (1), 189-209, 2003
Experimental evaluation of nutrient limitation of phytoplankton communities in the Gulf of Riga
J Seppälä, T Tamminen, S Kaitala
Journal of marine systems 23 (1), 107-126, 1999
Recent changes in trophic state of the Baltic Sea along SW coast of Finland
M Raateoja, J Seppälä, H Kuosa, K Myrberg
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 34 (3), 188-191, 2005
Functional group richness: Implications of biodiversity for light use and lipid yield in microalgae
M Stockenreiter, F Haupt, AK Graber, J Seppälä, K Spilling, T Tamminen, ...
Journal of Phycology 49 (5), 838-847, 2013
Phytoplankton pigments and dissolved organic matter distribution in the Gulf of Riga
S Babichenko, S Kaitala, A Leeben, L Poryvkina, J Seppälä
Journal of Marine Systems 23 (1), 69-82, 1999
Development and fate of Eutreptiella gymnastica bloom in nutrient-enriched enclosures in the coastal Baltic Sea
K Olli, AS Heiskanen, J Seppälä
Journal of plankton research 18 (9), 1587-1604, 1996
Nutrient pools, transformations, ratios, and limitation in the Gulf of Riga, the Baltic Sea, during four successional stages
T Tamminen, J Seppälä
Journal of marine systems 23 (1), 83-106, 1999
Optimization of variable fluorescence measurements of phytoplankton communities with cyanobacteria
SGH Simis, Y Huot, M Babin, J Seppälä, L Metsamaa
Photosynthesis research 112 (1), 13-30, 2012
Alg@ line in 2010?
E Rantajärvi, T Stipa, S Neuvonen, T Suominen, S Kaitala, H Kankaanpää, ...
Meri: report series of the Finnish Institute of Marine Research …, 2003
Fast repetition rate fluorometry is not applicable to studies of filamentous cyanobacteria from the Baltic Sea
M Raateoja, J Seppälä, P Ylöstalo
Limnology and oceanography, 1006-1012, 2004
Bio-optical modelling of primary production in the SW Finnish coastal zone, Baltic Sea: fast repetition rate fluorometry in Case 2 waters
M Raateoja, J Seppälä, H Kuosa
Marine Ecology Progress Series 267, 9-26, 2004
On the creation and maintenance of stratification in the Gulf of Riga
T Stipa, T Tamminen, J Seppälä
Journal of Marine Systems 23 (1-3), 27-49, 1999
Specific affinity for phosphate uptake and specific alkaline phosphatase activity as diagnostic tools for detecting phosphorus-limited phytoplankton and bacteria
T Tanaka, P Henriksen, R Lignell, K Olli, J Seppälä, T Tamminen, ...
Estuaries and coasts 29 (6), 1226-1241, 2006
Spatial distribution of phytoplankton in the Gulf of Riga during spring and summer stages
J Seppälä, M Balode
Journal of Marine Systems 23 (1-3), 51-67, 1999
Interaction effects of light, temperature and nutrient limitations (N, P and Si) on growth, stoichiometry and photosynthetic parameters of the cold-water diatom Chaetoceros …
K Spilling, P Ylöstalo, S Simis, J Seppälä
PloS one 10 (5), e0126308, 2015
Absorption properties of in-water constituents and their variation among various lake types in the boreal region
P Ylöstalo, K Kallio, J Seppälä
Remote Sensing of Environment 148, 190-205, 2014
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