Torkel Gissel  Nielsen
Torkel Gissel Nielsen
Professor i Biologisk Oceanografi
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Regulation of zooplankton biomass and production in a temperate, coastal ecosystem. 1. Copepods
KØ Thomas, TG Nielsen
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (3), 493-507, 1994
Seasonal variation in nutrients, pelagic primary production and grazing in a high-Arctic coastal marine ecosystem, Young Sound, Northeast Greenland
S Rysgaard, TG Nielsen, BW Hansen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 179, 13-25, 1999
On the trophic coupling between protists and copepods in arctic marine ecosystems
H Levinsen, JT Turner, TG Nielsen, BW Hansen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 204, 65-77, 2000
Annual population development and production by Calanus Wnmarchicus, C. glacialis and C. hyperboreus in Disko Bay, western Greenland
SD Madsen, TG Nielsen, BW Hansen
Mar Biol 139 (1), 75-83, 2001
Effects of a Chrysochromulina polylepis subsurface bloom on the planktonic community
TG Nielsen, T Kiørboe, PK Bjørnsen
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 21-35, 1990
Abundance, size and polymer composition of marine microplastics≥ 10 μm in the Atlantic Ocean and their modelled vertical distribution
K Enders, R Lenz, CA Stedmon, TG Nielsen
Marine pollution bulletin 100 (1), 70-81, 2015
A critical assessment of visual identification of marine microplastic using Raman spectroscopy for analysis improvement
R Lenz, K Enders, CA Stedmon, DMA Mackenzie, TG Nielsen
Marine Pollution Bulletin 100 (1), 82-91, 2015
Regulation of zooplankton biomass and production in a temperate, coastal ecosystem. 2. Ciliates
TG Nielsen, T Kicrboe
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (3), 508-519, 1994
Plankton community structure and carbon cycling on the western coast of Greenland during and after the sedimentation of a diatom bloom
TG Nielsen, B Hansen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 125, 239-257, 1995
Decimeter scale heterogeneity in the plankton during a pycnocline bloom of Gyrodinium aureolum
PK Bjørnsen, TG Nielsen
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 263-267, 1991
Microplastic exposure studies should be environmentally realistic
PNAS 113, 4121 - 4122, 2016
Production of DOC by Calanus finmarchicus, C. glacialis and C. hyperboreus through sloppy feeding and leakage from fecal pellets
EF Møller, P Thor, TG Nielsen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 262, 185-191, 2003
The trophic role of marine pelagic ciliates and heterotrophic dinoflagellates in arctic and temperate coastal ecosystems: a cross‐latitude comparison
H Levinsen, TG Nielsen
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (2), 427-439, 2002
Role of cyclopoid copepods Oithona spp. in North Sea plankton communities
TG Nielsen, M Sabatini
Marine Ecology Progress Series 139, 79-93, 1996
Structure of plankton communities in the Dogger Bank area (North Sea) during a stratified situation
FB Pedersen, L Hansen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 95, 115-131, 1993
Zooplankton feeding ecology: grazing on phytoplankton and predation on protozoans by copepod and barnacle nauplii in Disko Bay, West Greenland
JT Turner, H Levinsen, TG Nielsen, BW Hansen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 221, 209-219, 2001
Significance of sedimentation and grazing by ice micro-and meiofauna for carbon cycling in annual sea ice (northern Baffin Bay)
C Michel, TG Nielsen, C Nozais, M Gosselin
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 30 (1), 57-68, 2002
The North Atlantic Ocean as habitat for Calanus finmarchicus: Environmental factors and life history traits
W Melle, J Runge, E Head, S Plourde, C Castellani, P Licandro, J Pierson, ...
Progress in Oceanography 129, 244-284, 2014
Microplastics: Occurrence, effects and sources of releases to the environment in Denmark
C Lassen, SF Hansen, K Magnusson, NB Hartmann, PR Jensen, ...
Danish Environmental Protection Agency, 2015
Food chain structure of the North Sea plankton communities: seasonal variations of the role of the microbial loop
TG Nielsen, K Richardson
Marine ecology progress series, 75-87, 1989
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