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PD Dr. Maren Striebel


Ecological Stoichiometry – Biodiversity and Functional Diversity – Plankton Dynamics – Trophic Interactions - Mesocosms

Most Recent Projects

2020 - 2024  Partner in AQUACOSMplus, Horizon 2020, Network of Leading Ecosystem Scale Experimental AQUAtic MesoCOSM Facilities Connecting Rivers, Lakes, Estuaries and Oceans in Europe and beyond.

2020 - 2023  Phytoplankton responses to fluctuating resource and energy supply. DFG (German Research Foundation) funded project.

2019 - 2022  Phytoplankton response to fluctuating light intensity and spectrum. DFG (German Research Foundation) funded project.

2018 - 2021 INSIDE: Inter- and intra‐specific size Diversity of phytoplankton and its impacts on Ecosystem functions. DFG (German Research Foundation) funded project within the Priority Programme SPP1704 “Flexibility matters: Interplay between trait diversity and ecological dynamics using aquatic communities as model systems”

2016 - 2021  Coastal ocean darkening – Light availability in the past and future marine environment. Collaborative research project. Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and Culture (MWK). Lead PI: Oliver Zielinski; Co-PI’s: Emil Stanev, Maren Striebel, Marcel Wernand.

Three Selected Publications

Frank, F., M. Danger, H. Hillebrand, M. Striebel. 2020. Stoichiometric constraints on phytoplankton resource use efficiency in monocultures and mixtures. Limnology and Oceanography.

Gerhard, M., A. M. Koussoroplis, H. Hillebrand, M. Striebel. 2019. Phytoplankton community responses to temperature fluctuations under different nutrient concentrations and stoichiometry. Ecology.

Hillebrand, H., S.  Langenheder, K. Lebret, E. Lindström, Ö. Ostman, M. Striebel. 2018. Decomposing multiple dimensions of stability in global change experiments. Ecology Letters.



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