Publications and Presentations

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Peer reviewed publications

van Hoytema N, Bednarz VN, Cardini U, Naumann MS, Al-Horani FA, Wild C. (accepted) The influence of seasonality on primary production by dominant benthic organisms in a Red Sea coral reef. Marine Biology

Bednarz VN, Cardini U, van Hoytema N, Al-Rshaidat MMD, Wild C. (2015) Seasonal variation in dinitrogen fixation and oxygen fluxes associated with two dominant zooxanthellate soft corals from the northern Red Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 519: 141-152: htp://www.int-res.com/articles/meps2014/519/m519p141.pdf

Bednarz VN, van Hoytema N, Cardini U, Naumann MS, Al Rshaidat MMD, Wild C. (2015) Dinitrogen fixation and primary productivity by carbonate and silicate reef sand communities of the Northern Red Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 527: 47-57: http://www.int-res.com/articles/meps2015/527/m527p047.pdf

Cardini U, Bednarz VN,Naumann MS, van Hoytema N, Rix L, Foster RA, Al-Rshaidat MMD, Wild C (2015) Functional significance of dinitrogen fixation in sustaining coral productivity under oligotrophic conditions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 282: 20152257 http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/282/1818/20152257

Cardini U, van Hoytema N, Al-Rshaidat MMD, Schuhmacher H, Wild C, Nauman MS (2015) 37Years later: revisiting a Red Sea long-term monitoring site. Coral Reefs DOI 10.1007/s00338015-1321-z: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00338-015-1321-z

Rix L, Bednarz VN, Cardini U, van Hoytema N, Al-Horani FA, Wild C, Naumann MS (2015)Seasonality in dinitrogen fixation and primary productivity by coral reef framework substrates from the northern Red Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 533: 79-92: http://www.int-res.com/articles/meps2015/533/m533p079.pdf

Kimirei IA, Nagelkerken I, Trommelen M, Blankers P, van Hoytema N, Hoeijmakers D, Huijbers CM, Mgaya YD, Rypel AL (2013) What drives onotogenetic niche shifts of fishes in coral reef ecosystems? Ecosystems 16(5): 783-796: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10021-013-9645-4

Additional publications

van Hoytema N The importance of carbon dioxide and dinitrogen fixation for seasonal coral reef metabolism: from organism to ecosystem functioning. PhD thesis Bremen University Germany http://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/peid=D00104638

Plass-Johnson JG, Cardini U, van Hoytema N, Bayraktarov E, Burghardt I, Naumann MS. Wild C. (2015) Coral Bleaching. In Armon RH, Hänninen O (eds) Environmental Indicators (pp. 117-146).  Springer Netherlands: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-94-017-9499-2_9

van Hoytema N (2010). Cold-water coral communities as potential hotspots of biological activity in the Atlantic Ocean. MSc thesis, 66 pp., Wageningen University: http://edepot.wur.nl/160330

Duineveld G and shipboard scientific crew (2009): CORALFISH-HERMIONE CRUISE REPORT. Cruise 64PE313, Galway-Lisbon, 16 Oct – 5 Nov 2009, 46 pp. Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Texel, The Netherlands: http://epic.awi.de/29999/1/CoralFISH_NIOZ-64PE313_Cruise_Report.pdf

Presentations and contributions at international conferences

Essential carbon fluxes by hard and soft corals in a Red Sea coral reef. 21st Benelux Congress of Zoology, 12/13 December 2014, Liège, Belgium

Seasonality effects on organic carbon fixation and availability in coral reef waters of the Red Sea. YOUMARES 5, 10/12 September 2014, Strahlsund, Germany

Carbon fixation in a Red Sea fringing coral reef: the influence of seasonality. 4th International Coral Reef Ecology symposium, 13 June 2014, Bremen, Germany

Co-chair of session “Impacts of local stressors on coral reefs” at the 4th International Coral Reef Ecology symposium, 13 June 2014, Bremen, Germany

Carbon fixation by dominant benthic primary producers in a Red Sea fringing reef, Gulf of Aqaba. 8th International Conference on Coelenterate Biology, 1/5 December 2013, Eilat, Israel

 

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