Dean Jacobsen
Dean Jacobsen
Freshwater Biological Section, Dept. of Biology, University of Copenhagen
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Glacier shrinkage driving global changes in downstream systems
AM Milner, K Khamis, TJ Battin, JE Brittain, NE Barrand, L Füreder, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (37), 9770-9778, 2017
Structure and diversity of stream invertebrate assemblages: the influence of temperature with altitude and latitude
D Jacobsen, R Schultz, A Encalada
Freshwater Biology 38 (2), 247-261, 1997
Toward mountains without permanent snow and ice
M Huss, B Bookhagen, C Huggel, D Jacobsen, RS Bradley, JJ Clague, ...
Earth's Future 5 (5), 418-435, 2017
Biodiversity under threat in glacier-fed river systems
D Jacobsen, AM Milner, LE Brown, O Dangles
Nature Climate Change 2 (5), 361-364, 2012
Rapid decline of snow and ice in the tropical Andes–Impacts, uncertainties and challenges ahead
M Vuille, M Carey, C Huggel, W Buytaert, A Rabatel, D Jacobsen, ...
Earth-science reviews 176, 195-213, 2018
Feeding plasticity of two detritivore‐shredders
N Friberg, D Jacobsen
Freshwater Biology 32 (1), 133-142, 1994
A comparative analysis reveals weak relationships between ecological factors and beta diversity of stream insect metacommunities at two spatial levels
J Heino, AS Melo, LM Bini, F Altermatt, SA Al‐Shami, DG Angeler, ...
Ecology and evolution 5 (6), 1235-1248, 2015
The macroinvertebrate fauna of Ecuadorian highland streams in the wet and dry season
D Jacobsen, A Encalada
Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 142, 53-70, 1998
Macroinvertebrates: composition, life histories and production
D Jacobsen, C Cressa, JM Mathooko, D Dudgeon
Tropical stream ecology, 65-105, 2008
Tropical high-altitude streams
D Jacobsen
Tropical stream ecology, 219-VIII, 2008
Contrasting patterns in local and zonal family richness of stream invertebrates along an Andean altitudinal gradient
D Jacobsen
Freshwater Biology 49 (10), 1293-1305, 2004
Low oxygen pressure as a driving factor for the altitudinal decline in taxon richness of stream macroinvertebrates
D Jacobsen
Oecologia 154 (4), 795-807, 2008
The legacy of pesticide pollution: an overlooked factor in current risk assessments of freshwater systems
JJ Rasmussen, P Wiberg-Larsen, A Baattrup-Pedersen, N Cedergreen, ...
Water Research 84, 25-32, 2015
Are macroinvertebrates in high altitude streams affected by oxygen deficiency?
D Jacobsen, S Rostgaard, JJ Vásconez
Freshwater Biology 48 (11), 2025-2032, 2003
Altitudinal changes in diversity of macroinvertebrates from small streams in the Ecuadorian Andes
D Jacobsen
Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 158 (2), 145-168, 2003
Climate change and alpine stream biology: progress, challenges, and opportunities for the future
S Hotaling, DS Finn, J Joseph Giersch, DW Weisrock, D Jacobsen
Biological Reviews 92 (4), 2024-2045, 2017
Effects of deforestation on macroinvertebrate diversity and assemblage structure in Ecuadorian Amazon streams
BH Bojsen, D Jacobsen
Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 158 (3), 317-342, 2003
The effect of organic pollution on the macroinvertebrate fauna of Ecuadorian highland streams
D Jacobsen
Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 179-195, 1998
Environmental harshness and global richness patterns in glacier‐fed streams
D Jacobsen, O Dangles
Global Ecology and Biogeography 21, 647-656, 2012
Aquatic community structure across an Andes‐to‐Amazon fluvial gradient
NK Lujan, KA Roach, D Jacobsen, KO Winemiller, VM Vargas, VR Ching, ...
Journal of Biogeography 40 (9), 1715-1728, 2013
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