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Andreas C Bryhn
Andreas C Bryhn
Senior Researcher, Department of Aquatic Resources, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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On the issue of limiting nutrient and predictions of cyanobacteria in aquatic systems
L Håkanson, AC Bryhn, JK Hytteborn
Science of the total environment 379 (1), 89-108, 2007
1862007
Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea: Present situation, nutrient transport processes, remedial strategies
L Håkanson, AC Bryhn
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
1482008
An operational definition of a statistically meaningful trend
AC Bryhn, PH Dimberg
PLoS One 6 (4), e19241, 2011
822011
Green lamps as visual stimuli affect the catch efficiency of floating cod (Gadus morhua) pots in the Baltic Sea
AC Bryhn, SJ Königson, SG Lunneryd, MAJ Bergenius
Fisheries Research 157, 187-192, 2014
762014
Joint EIFAAC/ICES/GFCM working group on eels (WGEEL)
E Amilhat, T Basic, L Beaulaton, C Belpaire, P Bernotas, C Briand, ...
International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), 2019
502019
A comparison of predictive phosphorus load-concentration models for lakes
AC Bryhn, L Håkanson
Ecosystems 10, 1084-1099, 2007
432007
A dynamic mass-balance model for phosphorus in lakes with a focus on criteria for applicability and boundary conditions
L Håkanson, AC Bryhn
Water, air, and soil pollution 187, 119-147, 2008
422008
Assessment of the eel stock in Sweden, spring 2012
W Dekker
Aqua reports, 2012
412012
A model for disentangling dependencies and impacts among human activities and marine ecosystem services
A Bryhn, P Kraufvelin, U Bergström, M Vretborn, L Bergström
Environmental management 65 (5), 575-586, 2020
392020
Tools and criteria for sustainable coastal ecosystem management: examples from the Baltic Sea and other aquatic systems
L Håkanson, AC Bryhn
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
392008
Operational effect variables and functional ecosystem classifications–a review on empirical models for aquatic systems along a salinity gradient
L Håkanson, AC Bryhn, T Blenckner
International Review of Hydrobiology 92 (3), 326-357, 2007
352007
The influence of calcium on the chlorophyll–phosphorus relationship and lake Secchi depths
L Håkanson, T Blenckner, AC Bryhn, SS Hellström
Hydrobiologia 537, 111-123, 2005
332005
Modelling phosphorus and suspended particulate matter in Ringkøbing Fjord in order to understand regime shifts
L Håkanson, AC Bryhn, JM Eklund
Journal of Marine Systems 68 (1-2), 65-90, 2007
322007
Biologisk recipientkontroll vid Forsmarks kärnkraftverk
A Adill, K Mo, A Sevastik, J Olsson, L Bergström
Aqua reports, 2013
282013
Evaluating complex relationships between ecological indicators and environmental factors in the Baltic Sea: A machine learning approach
A Lehikoinen, J Olsson, L Bergström, U Bergström, A Bryhn, ...
Ecological Indicators 101, 117-125, 2019
252019
Sustainable phosphorus loadings from effective and cost-effective phosphorus management around the Baltic Sea
AC Bryhn
PLoS One 4 (5), e5417, 2009
222009
External nutrient loading from land, sea and atmosphere to all 656 Swedish coastal water bodies
AC Bryhn, PH Dimberg, L Bergström, RE Fredriksson, J Mattila, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 114 (2), 664-670, 2017
192017
Goals and remedial strategies for water quality and wildlife management in a coastal lagoon—A case-study of Ringkøbing Fjord, Denmark
L Håkanson, AC Bryhn
Journal of environmental management 86 (3), 498-519, 2008
182008
A continuous involvement of stakeholders promotes the ecosystem approach to fisheries in the 8-fjords area on the Swedish west coast
AC Bryhn, K Lundström, A Johansson, H Ragnarsson Stabo, H Svedäng
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (1), 431-442, 2017
172017
The Fish Production Potential of the Baltic Sea: A New General Approach for Optimizing Fish Quota Including a Holistic Management Plan Based on Ecosystem Modelling
L Håkanson, HR Stabo, AC Bryhn
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
172010
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