Dr. Marc Hufnagl
Dr. Marc Hufnagl
Sasol Germany
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Can IBMs tell us why most larvae die in the sea? Model sensitivities and scenarios reveal research needs
MA Peck, M Hufnagl
Journal of Marine Systems 93, 77-93, 2012
Pelagic effects of offshore wind farm foundations in the stratified North Sea
J Floeter, JEE van Beusekom, D Auch, U Callies, J Carpenter, T Dudeck, ...
Progress in Oceanography 156, 154-173, 2017
Projecting changes in the distribution and productivity of living marine resources: a critical review of the suite of modelling approaches used in the large European project …
MA Peck, C Arvanitidis, M Butenschön, DM Canu, E Chatzinikolaou, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 201, 40-55, 2018
Physiological individual-based modelling of larval Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) foraging and growth: insights on climate-driven life-history scheduling
M Hufnagl, MA Peck
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (6), 1170-1188, 2011
Changes in potential North Sea spawning grounds of plaice (Pleuronectes platessa L.) based on early life stage connectivity to nursery habitats
M Hufnagl, MA Peck, RDM Nash, T Pohlmann, AD Rijnsdorp
Journal of Sea Research 84, 26-39, 2013
Growth in the brown shrimp Crangon crangon. II. Meta-analysis and modelling
M Hufnagl, A Temming
Marine Ecology Progress Series 435, 155-172, 2011
Annual brown shrimp Crangon crangon biomass production in NW Europe contrasted to annual landings
I Tulp, C Chun, H Haslob, K Schulte, V Siegel, J Steenbergen, A Temming, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2016
Decreasing predation levels and increasing landings challenge the paradigm of non-management of North Sea brown shrimp (Crangon crangon)
A Temming, M Hufnagl
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2014
Effect of zooplankton on fish larval abundance and distribution: a long-term study on North Sea herring (Clupea harengus)
S Alvarez-Fernandez, P Licandro, CJG Van Damme, M Hufnagl
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (9), 2569-2577, 2015
Unravelling the Gordian knot! Key processes impacting overwintering larval survival and growth: a North Sea herring case study
M Hufnagl, MA Peck, RDM Nash, M Dickey-Collas
Progress in Oceanography 138, 486-503, 2015
Is Crangon crangon (L. 1758, Decapoda, caridea) food limited in the Wadden Sea?
M Hufnagl, A Temming, A Dänhardt, R Perger
Journal of Sea Research 64 (3), 386-400, 2010
Variation that can be expected when using particle tracking models in connectivity studies
M Hufnagl, M Payne, G Lacroix, LJ Bolle, U Daewel, M Dickey-Collas, ...
Journal of sea research 127, 133-149, 2017
Behavioral and physiological responses to prey match-mismatch in larval herring
B Illing, M Moyano, J Berg, M Hufnagl, MA Peck
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 201, 82-94, 2018
Growth in the brown shrimp Crangon crangon. I. Effects of food, temperature, size, gender, moulting, and cohort
M Hufnagl, A Temming
Marine Ecology Progress Series 435, 141-154, 2011
Exploring the microzooplankton–ichthyoplankton link: a combined field and modeling study of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) in the Irish Sea
F Bils, M Moyano, N Aberle, M Hufnagl, S Alvarez-Fernandez, MA Peck
Journal of Plankton Research 39 (1), 147-163, 2017
Modeling the effects of temperature on the survival and growth of North Sea cod (Gadus morhua) through the first year of life
A Akimova, M Hufnagl, M Kreus, MA Peck
Fisheries Oceanography 25 (3), 193-209, 2016
Spatiotemporal dynamics of predators and survival of marine fish early life stages: Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in the North Sea
A Akimova, M Hufnagl, MA Peck
Progress in Oceanography 176, 102121, 2019
The missing link: tidal‐influenced activity a likely candidate to close the migration triangle in brown shrimp Crangon crangon (Crustacea, Decapoda)
M Hufnagl, A Temming, T Pohlmann
Fisheries Oceanography 23 (3), 242-257, 2014
Estimating total mortality and asymptotic length of Crangon crangon between 1955 and 2006
M Hufnagl, A Temming, V Siegel, I Tulp, L Bolle
ICES Journal of marine Science 67 (5), 875-884, 2010
Modeled larval fish prey fields and growth rates help predict recruitment success of cod and anchovy in the North Sea
KB Huebert, J Pätsch, M Hufnagl, M Kreus, MA Peck
Marine Ecology Progress Series 600, 111-126, 2018
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