Martin Ogonowski
Martin Ogonowski
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Institute of Freshwater Research, Department of Aquatic
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The Effects of Natural and Anthropogenic Microparticles on Individual Fitness in Daphnia magna
EG Martin Ogonowski , Christoph Schür, Åsa Jarsén
PLOS ONE 11 (5), 1-20, 2016
Reducing uncertainty and confronting ignorance about the possible impacts of weathering plastic in the marine environment
A Jahnke, HPH Arp, BI Escher, B Gewert, E Gorokhova, D Kühnel, ...
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 4 (3), 85-90, 2017
Too short to spawn? Implications of small body size and swimming distance on successful migration and maturation of the European eel Anguilla anguilla
PD Clevestam, M Ogonowski, NB Sjöberg, H Wickström
Journal of Fish Biology 78 (4), 1073-1089, 2011
Abundance and composition of near surface microplastics and plastic debris in the Stockholm Archipelago, Baltic Sea
B Gewert, M Ogonowski, A Barth, M MacLeod
Marine pollution bulletin 120 (1-2), 292-302, 2017
What we know and what we think we know about microplastic effects–A critical perspective
M Ogonowski, Z Gerdes, E Gorokhova
Current Opinion in Environmental Science & Health 1, 41-46, 2018
Evidence for selective bacterial community structuring on microplastics
M Ogonowski, A Motiei, K Ininbergs, E Hell, Z Gerdes, KI Udekwu, ...
Environmental microbiology 20 (8), 2796-2808, 2018
Multifrequency discrimination of fish and mysids
T Axenrot, M Ogonowski, A Sandström, T Didrikas
ICES Journal of Marine Science 66 (6), 1106-1110, 2009
Behavioral, ecological and genetic differentiation in an open environment—a study of a mysid population in the Baltic Sea
M Ogonowski, J Duberg, S Hansson, E Gorokhova
PloS one 8 (3), e57210, 2013
Status and vertical size-distributions of a pelagic mysid community in the northern Baltic proper
M Ogonowski, S Hansson, J Duberg
Boreal Environment Publishing Board, 2013
Factors affecting the local distribution of the Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis in Baltic offshore waters
L Nilsson, M Ogonowski, TAB Staveley
Wildfowl 66 (66), 142-158, 2016
A weight- and temperature-dependent model of respiration in Praunus flexuosus (Crustacea, Mysidacea)
M Ogonowski, K Andersson, S Hansson
Journal of plankton research 34 (7), 642-645, 2012
Microplastic-mediated transport of PCBs? A depuration study with Daphnia magna
Z Gerdes, M Ogonowski, I Nybom, C Ek, M Adolfsson-Erici, A Barth, ...
PloS one 14 (2), e0205378, 2019
Multi-level toxicity assessment of engineered cellulose nanofibrils in Daphnia magna
M Ogonowski, U Edlund, E Gorokhova, M Linde, K Ek, B Liewenborg, ...
Nanotoxicology 12 (6), 509-521, 2018
Ingested microplastic is not correlated to HOC concentrations in Baltic Sea herring
M Ogonowski, V Wenman, S Danielsson, E Gorokhova
CEST [Internet]. Rhodes (Greece). https://cest. gnest. org/sites/default …, 2017
Fisk-och skaldjursbestånd i hav och sötvatten 2018
A Sandström, A Bryhn, A Sundelöf, A Lingman, AB Florin, E Petersson, ...
Disparate effects of antibiotic-induced microbiome change and enhanced fitness in Daphnia magna
A Motiei, B Brindefalk, M Ogonowski, R El-Shehawy, P Pastuszek, K Ek, ...
BioRxiv, 586669, 2019
Detecting and Explaining Vertical Distributions of Pelagic Mysids (Mysidacea): Studies in Lake Vättern and the Baltic Sea
M Ogonowski
Department of Systems Ecology, Stockholm University, 2010
A novel method for assessing microplastic effect in suspension through mixing test and reference materials
Z Gerdes, M Hermann, M Ogonowski, E Gorokhova
Scientific reports 9 (1), 10695, 2019
Microplastic intake, its biotic drivers, and hydrophobic organic contaminant levels in the Baltic herring
M Ogonowski, V Wenman, A Barth, E Hamacher-Barth, S Danielsson, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 7, 134, 2019
What happens to microplastics when they enter the sea: A two week characterization study
E McGivney, L Cederholm, M Ogonowski, A Barth, M Hakkarainen, ...
Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 257, 2019
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