Michael K, Suberg LA, Wessels W, Kawaguchi S, Meyer B (2021). Facing Southern Ocean warming: Temperature effects on whole animal performance of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). Zoology (Jena). 146:125910. Epub ahead of print.

Bahlburg D, Meyer B, Berger, U (2021). The impact of seasonal regulation of metabolism on the life history of Antarctic krill. Ecological Modelling,

Payton L, Hüppe L, Noirot C, Hoede C, Last KS, Wilcockson D, Ershova E, Valière S, Meyer B. (2021) Widely rhythmic transcriptome in Calanus finmarchicus during the high Arctic summer solstice period, iScience

Meyer B, Hüppe L, Payton L (2021) Timing requires the right amount and type of light, Nature Ecology & Evolution


Payton L, Noirot C, Hoede C, Hüppe L, Last K, Wilcockson D, Ershova E, Valière S, Meyer B (2020) Daily transcriptomes of the copepod Calanus finmarchicus during the summer solstice at high Arctic latitudes, Scientific data 

Meyer B, Atkinson a, Bernard K, Brierley A, Driscoll R, Hill S, Marschoff E, Maschette D, Perry F, Reiss C, Rombola E, Tarling G, Thorpe S, Trathan P, Zhu G, Kawaguchi S (2020). Successful ecosystem-based management of Antarctic krill should address uncertainties in krill recruitment, behaviour and ecological adaptation, Communications Earth & Environment,

Piccolin F, Pitzschler L, Biscontin A, Kawaguchi S, Teschke M, Meyer B (2020) Circadian regulation of DVM in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) and its link with photoperiod and circadian clock activity. Scientific Reports,

Höring F, Biscontin A, Harms L, Sales G, Reiss C, De Pittà, C, Meyer B (2020) Seasonal gene expression profiling of Antarctic krill in three different latitudinal regions. Marine Genomics,

Hüppe L, Payton L, Kim L, Wilcockson D, Ershova E, Meyer B (2020) Evidence for oscillating circadian clock genes in the copepod Calanus finmarchicus during the summer solstice in the high Arctic. Biological Letters, 16,

Groenveld J, Berger U, Henschke N, Pakhomov E, Reiss C, Meyer B (2020) Blooms of a key grazer in the Southern Ocean – an individual-based model of Salpa thompsoni. Progress in Oceanography 185,


Cavan EL, Belcher A, Atkinson A, Hill SL, Kawaguchi S, McCormack S, Meyer B, Nicol S, Ratnarajah L, Schmidt K, Steinberg DK, Tarling GA, Boyd PW (2019). The importance of Antarctic krill in biogeochemical cycles. Nature Communication – A Review,

Biscontin A, Martini P, Costa R, Kramer A, Meyer B, Kawaguchi S, Teschke T, De Pitta C. (2019) Analysis of the circadian transcriptome of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba. Scientific Reports,


Piccolin F, Suberg L, King R, Kawaguchi S, Meyer B, Teschke M (2018) The seasonal metabolic activity cycle of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): evidence for a role of photoperiod in the regulation of endogenous rhythmicity. Frontiers in Physiology – Aquatic Physiology,

Häfker NS, Teschke M, Last K, Pond D,  Hüppe L, Meyer B (2018) Calans finmarchicus seasonal cycle and diapause in relation to gene expression, physiology and endogenous clocks. Limnology and Oceanography,

Häfker NS, Teschke M, Hüppe L, Meyer B (2018) Calanus finmarchicus diel and seasonal rhythmicity in relation to endogenous timing under extreme polar photoperiods. Marine Ecology Progress Series,

Höring F, Teschke M, Suberg L, Kawaguchi S, Meyer B (2018) Light regime affects the seasonal cycle of Antarctic krill: Impacts on growth, feeding, lipid metabolism and maturity. Canadian Journal of Zoology.

Henschke N, Pakhomov EA, Groeneveld J, Meyer B (2018) Modelling the life cycle of Salpa thompsoni. Ecological modelling,

Piccolin F, Meyer B, Biscontin A, De Pittá C, Kawaguchi S, Teschke M (2018). Photoperiodic modulation of circadian functions in Antarctic krill Euphausia superba Dana, 1850 (Euphausiacea). Journal of Crustacean Biology,


Biscontin A, Wallach T, Sales G, Grudziecki A, Janke L, Sartori E, Bertolucci C, Mazzotta G, DePitta C, Meyer B, Kramer A, Costa R. (2017) Functional characterization of the circadian clock in the Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba. Scientific Reports,

Meyer B, Freier U, Grimm V, Groeneveld J, Hunt BPV, Kerwath S, King R, Klaas C, Pakhomov E, Meiners KM, Melbourne-Thomas J, Murphy EJ, Thorpe SE, Stammerjohn S, Wolf-Gladrow D, Auerswald L, Götz A, Halbach L, Jarman S, Kawaguchi S, Krumpen T, Nehrke G, Ricker R, Sumner M, Teschke M, Trebilco R, Yilmaz IN. (2017) The winter pack-ice zone provides a sheltered but food-poor habitat for larval Antarctic krill. Nature Ecology & Evolution,

Ryabov AB, de Roos AM, Meyer B, Kawaguchi S, Blasius B (2017) Competition-induced starvation drives large-scale population cycles in Antarctic krill, Nature Ecology & Evolution, DOI: 10.1038/s41559-017-0177

Häfker NS, Meyer B, Last K, Pond D, Hüppe L, Teschke M (2017) Circadian Clock Involvement in Zooplankton Diel Vertical Migration, Current Biology,

Sales G, Deagle BE, Calura E, Martini P, Biscontin A, De Pittà C, Kawaguchi S, Romualdi C, Meyer B, Rodolfo Costa R, Jarman S (2017) KrillDB: A de novo transcriptome database for the Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba), PLoS One 12(2):e0171908,

Monti-Birkenmeier M, Diociaiuti T, Umani Fonda S, Meyer B (2017) Microzooplankton composition in the winter sea ice of the Weddell Sea. Antarctic Science,

Meiners KM, Arndt S, Bestley S, Krumpen T, Ricker R, Milnes M, Newbery K, Freier U, Jarman S, King R, Proude R, Kawaguchi S, Meyer B (2017) Antarctic pack ice algal distribution: Floe-scale spatial variability and predictability from physical parameters. Geophysical Research Letters,


Meiners KM, Golden KM, Heil P, Lieser JL, Massom R, Meyer B, William GD (2016) Introduction: SIPEX-2: A study of sea ice physical, biochemical and ecosystem processes off East Antarctica during spring 2012. Deep Sea Research II,

Fuentes V , Alurralde G , Meyer B, Aguirre G , Canepa A , Wölfl A-C , Hass HC , Williams GN Schloss IR (2016) Glacial melting: an overlooked threat to Antarctic krill. Scientific Reports,

Biscontin A, Frigato E, Sales G, Mazzotta GM, Teschke M, De Pittà C, Jarman S, Meyer B, Costa R, Bertolucci C (2016) The opsin repertoire of the Antarctic krill Euphausia superba. Marine Genomics.

Virtue P, Meyer B, Freier U, Nicholas PD, Jia Z, King R, Virtue J, Swadling KM, Meiners KM, Kawaguchi S (2016) Condition of larval (furcilia VI) and one year old juvenile Euphausia superba during the winter-spring transition in East Antarctica. Deep Sea Research II.


Deagle BE, Faux C, Kawaguchi S, Meyer B, Jarman S (2015) Antarctic krill population genomics: apparent panmixia, but genome complexity and large population size muddy the water Molecular Ecology,

Meyer B, Martini P, Biscontin A, De Pittà C, Romualdi C, Teschke M, Frickenhaus S, Harms L, Freier U, Jarman S, Kawaguchi S (2015) Pyrosequencing and de novo assembly of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) transcriptome to study the adaptability of krill to climate-induced environmental changes. Molecular Ecology Resources,

Meyer B, Auerswald L, Teschke M, Hagen W, Kawaguchi S (2015) Physiological response of adult Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, to long term-starvation. Polar Biology,

Groeneveld J, Johst K, Kawaguchi S, Meyer B, Teschke M, Grimm, V (2015). How biological clocks and changing environmental conditions determine local population growth and species distribution in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): a conceptual model.  Ecological Modelling 303:78-86,


Tremblay N, Werner T, Hünerlage K, Buchholz F, Abele D, Meyer B, Brey T (2014) Euphausiid respiration model revamped. Latitudinal and seasonal shaping effects on krill respiration rates. Ecological Modelling, 291:233-241,


Flores H, Atkinson A, Kawaguchi S, Krafft BA, Milinevsky G, Nicol S, Reiss C, Tarling GA, Werner R,  Bravo Rebolledo E, Cirelli V, Cuzin-Roudy J, Fielding S, van Franeker JA, Groeneveld JJ, Haraldsson M, Lombana A, Marschoff E, Meyer B, Pakhomov EA, Van de Putte AP, Rombolá E, Schmidt K, Siegel V, Teschke M, Tonkes H, Toullec JY, Trathan PN, Tremblay N, Werner T (2012) The response of Antarctic krill to climate change: Implications for management and research priorities. FEATURE ARTICLE Marine Ecology Progress Series 458: 1-19,

Meyer B (2012) The overwintering of Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, from an ecophysiological perspective – A Review, Polar Biology 35: 15-37


Teschke M, Wendt S, Kawaguchi S, Kramer A, Meyer B (2011) A circadian clock in Antarctic Krill: An endogenous timing system governs metabolic output rhythms in the euphausid species Euphausia superba, PLoS One 6(10): e26090,


Meyer B (2010) Antarctic Krill, Euphausia superba, a model organism to understand the impact of global warming on the marine Antarctic ecosystem, Polarforschung 80: 17-22,

Meyer B, Auerswald L, Spahic S, Pape C, Teschke M, Fach B, Lopata A, Fuentes V (2010) Seasonal variation in body composition, metabolic activity, feeding, and growth of adult krill Euphausia superba in the Lazarev Sea. FEATURE ARTICLE Marine Ecology Progress Series 398: 1-18,

Töbe K, Meyer B, Fuentes V (2010) Detection of zooplankton items in the stomach and gut content of larval krill, Euphausia superba, using a molecular approach. Polar Biology 33: 407-414,

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