Martin Pusch
Martin Pusch
Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Research and Inland Fisheries (IGB)
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Multiple stressors in coupled river–floodplain ecosystems
K Tockner, M Pusch, D Borchardt, MS Lorang
Freshwater Biology 55, 135-151, 2010
More than one million barriers fragment Europe’s rivers
B Belletti, C Garcia de Leaniz, J Jones, S Bizzi, L Börger, G Segura, ...
Nature 588 (7838), 436-441, 2020
Agriculture has changed the amount and composition of dissolved organic matter in Central European headwater streams
D Graeber, J Gelbrecht, MT Pusch, C Anlanger, D von Schiller
Science of the Total Environment 438, 435-446, 2012
The role of micro‐organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters
M Pusch, D Fiebig, I Brettar, H Eisenmann, BK Ellis, LA Kaplan, MA Lock, ...
Freshwater Biology 40 (3), 453-495, 1998
A river's liver–microbial processes within the hyporheic zone of a large lowland river
H Fischer, F Kloep, S Wilzcek, MT Pusch
Biogeochemistry 76, 349-371, 2005
Effects of wastewater treatment plant discharge on ecosystem structure and function of lowland streams
B Gücker, M Brauns, MT Pusch
Journal of the North American benthological society 25 (2), 313-329, 2006
Nutrient enrichment homogenizes lake benthic assemblages at local and regional scales
I Donohue, AL Jackson, MT Pusch, K Irvine
Ecology 90 (12), 3470-3477, 2009
Horizontal and vertical movements of unionid mussels in a lowland river
AN Schwalb, MT Pusch
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26 (2), 261-272, 2007
Multifunctional floodplain management and biodiversity effects: a knowledge synthesis for six European countries
S Schindler, FH O’Neill, M Biró, C Damm, V Gasso, R Kanka, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 25, 1349-1382, 2016
Comparison of bacterial production in sediments, epiphyton and the pelagic zone of a lowland river
H Fischer, M Pusch
Freshwater Biology 46 (10), 1335-1348, 2001
Community respiration in hyporheic sediments of a mountain stream (Steina, Black Forest)
M Pusch, J Schwoerbel
Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 35-52, 1994
Differential retention and utilization of dissolved organic carbon by bacteria in river sediments
H Fischer, A Sachse, CEW Steinberg, M Pusch
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (6), 1702-1711, 2002
Multifunctionality of floodplain landscapes: relating management options to ecosystem services
S Schindler, Z Sebesvari, C Damm, K Euller, V Mauerhofer, ...
Landscape Ecology 29, 229-244, 2014
Effects of human shoreline development on littoral macroinvertebrates in lowland lakes
M Brauns, XF GARCIA, N Walz, MT Pusch
Journal of applied ecology 44 (6), 1138-1144, 2007
Ecological status assessment of European lakes: a comparison of metrics for phytoplankton, macrophytes, benthic invertebrates and fish
A Lyche-Solheim, CK Feld, S Birk, G Phillips, L Carvalho, G Morabito, ...
Hydrobiologia 704, 57-74, 2013
The metabolism of organic matter in the hyporheic zone of a mountain stream, and its spatial distribution
M Pusch
Hydrobiologia 323, 107-118, 1996
Bacterial abundance and production in river sediments as related to the biochemical composition of particulate organic matter (POM)
H Fischer, SC Wanner, M Pusch
Biogeochemistry 61, 37-55, 2002
Benthic macroinvertebrates in lake ecological assessment: A review of methods, intercalibration and practical recommendations
S Poikane, RK Johnson, L Sandin, AK Schartau, AG Solimini, G Urbanič, ...
Science of the total environment 543, 123-134, 2016
The role of organisms in hyporheic processes: gaps in current knowledge, needs for future research and applications
P Marmonier, G Archambaud, N Belaidi, N Bougon, P Breil, E Chauvet, ...
Annales de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology 48 (3), 253-266, 2012
Regulation of nutrient uptake in eutrophic lowland streams
B Gücker, MT Pusch
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (3), 1443-1453, 2006
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