Agnes ML Karlson
Agnes ML Karlson
PhD
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Indications of competition between non-indigenous round goby and native flounder in the Baltic Sea
AML Karlson, G Almqvist, KE Skóra, M Appelberg
ICES Journal of Marine Science 64 (3), 479-486, 2007
1352007
Nitrogen fixation by cyanobacteria stimulates production in Baltic food webs
AML Karlson, J Duberg, NH Motwani, H Hogfors, I Klawonn, H Ploug, ...
Ambio 44 (3), 413-426, 2015
792015
Do deposit-feeders compete? Isotopic niche analysis of an invasion in a species-poor system
AML Karlson, E Gorokhova, R Elmgren
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
492015
Higher diversity of deposit‐feeding macrofauna enhances phytodetritus processing
AML Karlson, FJA Nascimento, J Näslund, R Elmgren
Ecology 91 (5), 1414-1423, 2010
482010
Settling blooms of filamentous cyanobacteria as food for meiofauna assemblages
FJA Nascimento, AML Karlson, R Elmgren
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (6), 2636-2643, 2008
472008
Polychaete invader enhances resource utilization in a species-poor system
AML Karlson, J Näslund, SB Rydén, R Elmgren
Oecologia 166 (4), 1055-1065, 2011
372011
Isotopic niche reflects stress-induced variability in physiological status
AML Karlson, M Reutgard, A Garbaras, E Gorokhova
Royal Society Open Science 5 (2), 171398, 2018
362018
Settling cyanobacterial blooms do not improve growth conditions for soft bottom meiofauna
FJA Nascimento, AML Karlson, J Näslund, E Gorokhova
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 368 (2), 138-146, 2009
342009
Diversity of larger consumers enhances interference competition effects on smaller competitors
FJA Nascimento, AML Karlson, J Näslund, R Elmgren
Oecologia 166 (2), 337-347, 2011
322011
Incorporation and burial of carbon from settling cyanobacterial blooms by deposit‐feeding macrofauna
AML Karlson, FJA Nascimento, R Elmgren
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (6), 2754-2758, 2008
322008
Stable Isotope Composition in Daphnia Is Modulated by Growth, Temperature, and Toxic Exposure: Implications for Trophic Magnification Factor Assessment
C Ek, AML Karlson, S Hansson, A Garbaras, E Gorokhova
Environmental Science & Technology 49 (11), 6934-6942, 2015
282015
Benthic fauna affects recruitment from sediments of the harmful cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena
AML Karlson, FJA Nascimento, S Suikkanen, R Elmgren
Harmful Algae 20, 126-131, 2012
252012
Density of key-species determines efficiency of macroalgae detritus uptake by intertidal benthic communities
AML Karlson, C Niemand, C Savage, CA Pilditch
PloS one 11 (7), e0158785, 2016
222016
Nitrogen fixed by cyanobacteria is utilized by deposit-feeders
AML Karlson, E Gorokhova, R Elmgren
PLoS One 9 (8), e104460, 2014
222014
Deposit-feeders accumulate the cyanobacterial toxin nodularin
AML Karlson, R Mozūraitis
Harmful Algae 12, 77-81, 2011
162011
Assimilation of 14C-labelled zooplankton benthic eggs by macrobenthos.
AML Karlson, S Viitasalo-Frösen
Journal of Plankton Research 31 (4), 2009
162009
Linking consumer physiological status to food-web structure and prey food value in the Baltic Sea
AML Karlson, E Gorokhova, A Gårdmark, Z Pekcan-Hekim, M Casini, ...
Ambio 49 (2), 391-406, 2020
142020
Using compound-specific and bulk stable isotope analysis for trophic positioning of bivalves in contaminated Baltic Sea sediments
C Ek, H Holmstrand, L Mustajärvi, A Garbaras, R Barisevičiu̅te, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (8), 4861-4868, 2018
112018
The role of climate and fisheries on the temporal changes in the Bothnian Bay foodweb
Z Pekcan-Hekim, A Gårdmark, AML Karlson, P Kauppila, M Bergenius, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (7), 1739-1749, 2016
102016
Insufficient evidence for BMAA transfer in the pelagic and benthic food webs in the Baltic Sea
N Zguna, AML Karlson, LL Ilag, A Garbaras, E Gorokhova
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
82019
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