Cluster I: Phosphorus in the environment – P pools and mobilization potential in lowlands and coastal regions

Cluster I of the Leibniz ScienceCampus Phosphorus Research Rostock investigates phosphorus mobility and fluxes in the North German lowlands and coastal regions across terrestrial-aquatic boundaries. Phosphorus (P) ends up in the environment through open-ended industrial cycles and along river flows, reaching the sea. The aim is a better understanding of P fluxes and cycles in the environment in order to analyse the effects of high P inputs. This starts at the "sources", for example with the application of fertilizer on agricultural land and the effects of artificial drainage (drain systems), but also at the river outlets of small and large wastewater treatment plants. The transfer continues through phosphorus fluxes in different ecosystems, from special soil crusts over peatlands to coastal waters and into the large Baltic Sea basin. Methodological approaches in Cluster I include measurements on the smallest scale up to the Baltic Sea ecosystem modelling over a wide range of scales. The Cluster also focuses on the continuous improvement of instrumental analytical approaches and methods.

Projects

Optimierung des Nährstoffaustrags und biologisches Nährstoffrecycling für Aquakulturen in Brackwasser (Dr. A. Schoor) (EU FIAF, LFA-MV, 06/13-10/15)

Aquaponik (Universität Rostock, 12/2011-10/2015)

Anschubprojekte im Rahmen der Förderung des Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Phosphorforschung Rostock (WGL, 04/2017-06/2019)

*CRUSTFUNCTION: Biodiversität und ökologische Funktion von biologischen Bodenkrusten (DFG SPP, 2014-2017)

Aquaponik: Konzeption und Installation einer Aquaponic-Anlage zur integrierten Fisch- und Gemüseaufzucht (Uni Rostock, 12/11-10/15)

BACOSA: Baltic Coastal System Analysis and Status Evaluation* (BMBF, 04/13-03/16)

BACOSA II: Baltic Coastal System Analysis and Status Evaluation* (BMBF, 04/2016 - 03/2019)

BaltCoast: A Systems Approach Framework for Coastal Research and Management in the Baltic* (EU-Bonus, 04/2015-03/2018)

BALTIC IMTA: Integrated multitrophic Aquaculture in the Baltic Sea (Europäischer Fischereifonds EFF, 09/13-10/15)

Baltic TRANSCOAST: Baltic TRANSCOAST* (DFG, 01/2016-06/2020)

BioAcid II: Biological Impacts of Ocean Acidification* (BMBF, 9/12-08/15)

BioAcid III: Biological Impacts of Ocean Acidification* (BMBF, 10/2015-09/2017)

CLIMARCTIC: Einfluss des Klimawandels auf arktische Boden- und See-Mikrobiome* (DFG, 03/2017 - 02/2020)

CRUSTFUNCTION II: Biodiversität und funktionelle Rolle von biologischen Bodenkrusten II* (DFG, 07/2017-06/2020)

CRUSTWEATHERING: Structure and function of biocrusts in weathering, soil formation and erosion processes* (DFG, 01/2016-12/2019)

Dach-KüNO: Wissens- und Datentransfer in der Küstenmeerforschung* (BMBF, 04/14-09/16)

DachKüNO II: Wissens- und Datentransfer in der Küstenmeerforschung* (BMBF, 01/2017-12/2019)

EXCALIBOR: Empirical and experimental calibration of the clumped isotope (paleo)thermometer for bioapatites (DFG, 05/14-07/15)

Fischglashaus: Modulares Gewächshausanbausystem zur aquaponischen Produktion von Warmwasserfischarten unter minimalem Ressourcenverbrauch in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – Eine Innovations-initiative zur energie- und nährstoffeffizienten Nahrungsmittelproduktion (EFF (Europäischer Fischerei-fonds), 06/13-10/15)

GENUS: Geochemistry and Ecology of the Namibian Upwelling System (BMBF, 05/2012-04/2015)

Glyphosat: Untersuchungen der Eigenschaften und Wirkungsweisen von Glyphosat im Boden (Prof. Dr. P. Leinweber) (Landesgraduierten- stipendium MV, 2016-2019)

Graduiertenschule: Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Phosphorforschung Rostock (WGL, 04/2015-06/2019)

Graduiertenschule II: Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Phosphorforschung Rostock (WGL, 07/2019-06/2023)

InnoSoilPhos: Innovative solutions to sustainable soil phosphorus management (BMBF, 03/2015-02/2018)

InnoSoilPhos II: Innovative solutions to sustainable soil phosphorus management (BMBF, 03/2018-02/2021)

INTEGRAL: Integrated carbon and trace gas monitoring for the Baltic Sea* (BONUS, 07/2017-06/2020)

Kogge: Kommunale Gewässer gemeinschaftlich entwickeln im urbanen Raum* (BMBF, 2015-09/2018)

Mephor: Cellular mechanisms of phosphorus regulation in filamentous cyanobacteria (Forschungsstiftung Ostsee, 05/2015-04/2018)

MOSSCO: Modular System for Shelves and Coasts* (BMBF, 04/13-03/16)

MOSSCO II: Modular System for Shelves and Coasts* (BMBF, 04/2016-03/2019)

NuReDrain: Innovative Nutrient Catching Reactive Barrier and Controlled Drainage Technologies for Sustainable Growth of the Agriculture Sector* (North Sea Region Programme (EU), 2017-2020)

OPTIMUS: Optimierung von Muschelfarmen zur Eutrophierungsvermeidung und zur Fischfutterproduktion in der Ostsee* (BONUS, 04/2017-03/2020)

PEGaSus: Phosphorus efficiency in Gallus and Sus scrofa: Bridging the gaps in the phosphorus value chain* (ERA-NET SUSAN, 09/2017-08/2020)

Phosphor-Deposition: Entwicklung ausgewählter Indikatoren und Bewertungssätze für die Meeresumwelt im Rahmen der Umsetzung der Meeresstrategie-Rahmenrichtlinie (Umweltbundesamt, 09/2015-06/2018)

PhosWaM: Phosphor von der Quelle bis ins Meer - Integriertes Phosphor- und Wasserressourcenmanagement für nachhaltigen Gewässerschutz (BMBF, 03/2016-09/2019)

POLARCRUST: Biological soil crust algae in polar regions* (DFG, 2014-2017)

SECOS: The Service of Sediments in German Coastal Seas* (BMBF, 04/13-03/16)

SECOS: The Service of Sediments in German Coastal Seas* (BMBF, 04/2016-03/2019)

SPP1685: Untersuchungen zum Verständnis des Phosphorzyklus in Wald-Ökosystemen auf molekularer Ebene (DFG, 11/2016-10/2019)

WETSCAPES: Stoffumsetzungsprozesse an Moor- und Küstenstandorten als Grundlage für Landnutzung, Klimawirkung und Gewässerschutz* (Europäischer Sozialfond, 01/2017-12/2020)

Publications

2019

Ahmed, A. A.; Gypser, S.; Leinweber, P.; Freese, D.; Kühn, O. (2019): Infrared Spectroscopic Characterization of Phosphate Binding at the Goethite-Water Interface. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 21: 4421-4434, DOI: 10.1039/C8CP07168C

Baumann, K., Siebers, M., Kruse, J., Eckardt, K.-U., Hu, Y, Michalik, D., Siebers, N., Kar, G., Karsten, U., Leinweber, P. (2019): Biological soil crusts as key player in biogeochemical P cycling during pedogenesis of sandy substrate. Geoderma 338: 145-158, DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.11.034

Bauwe, A., Neumann, D., Lennartz, B. (2019): Einfluss des Klimawandels auf Abfluss und Phosphoraustrag: Eine Fallstudie aus Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 3/2019: 166-171.

Berthold, M.; Karsten, U.; Nausch, G.; Schumann, R. (2019): Die Darß-Zingster Boddenkette – ein Modellsystem innerer Küstengewässer der südlichen Ostsee: Prozesse der Eutrophierung und Re-Mesotrophierung. Wasser und Abfall 21 [3]: 24-30.

Berthold, M.; Wulff, R.; Reiff, V., Karsten, U.; Nausch, G.; Schumann, R. (2019): Magnitude and influence of atmospheric phosphorus deposition on the southern Baltic Sea coast over 23 years: implications for coastal waters. Environmental Sciences Europe 31: 27, DOI: 10.1186/s12302-019-0208-y

Bitschofsky, F.; Nausch, M. (2019): Spatial and seasonal variations in phosphorus speciation along a river in a lowland catchment (Warnow, Germany). Science of the Total Environment 657: 671-685, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.12.009

Bitschowsky, F. Felgentreu, L., Nausch, G., Leipe, T., Nausch. M. (2019): Phosphortransport und -transformation entlang eines norddeutschen Tieflandflusses im Einzugsgebiet der Ostsee. KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 3/2019: 134-139.

Borchhardt, N.; Baum, C.; Thiem, D.; Köpcke, T.; Karsten, U.; Leinweber, P.; Hrynkiewicz, K. (2019): Link between soil microbial phosphorus turnover and diversity of algae and fungi in biological soil crusts along a transect in a glacier foreland. European Journal of Soil Biology 91: 9-17, DOI: 10.1016/j.ejsobi.2018.12.006

Buczko, U., Zicker, T., Eichler-Löbermann, B., Brandt, T. (2019): Abschätzung von diffusen Phosphor-Austrägen mit Index-Verfahren - Entwicklung und Anwendung eines PI für Nordost-Deutschland. KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 3/2019: 154-158.

Friedland, R.; Buer, A.-L.; Dahlke, S.; Schernewski, G. (2019): Spatial Effects of Different Zebra Mussel Farming Strategies in an Eutrophic Baltic Lagoon. Frontiers in Environmental Science 6: 158, DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2018.00158

Friedland, R.; Schernewski, G.; Gräwe, U.; Greipsland, I.; Palazzo, D.; Pastuszak, M. (2019): Managing Eutrophication in the Szczecin (Oder) Lagoon-Development, Present State and Future Perspectives. Frontiers in Marine Science 5: 521, DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00521

Ganta, P. B.; Kühn, O.; Ahmed, A. A. (2019): QM/MM simulations of organic phosphorus adsorption at the diaspore-water interface. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, DOI: 10.1039/C9CP04032C

Gros, P.; Ahmed, A.A.; Kühn, O.; Leinweber, P. (2019): Influence of metal ions on glyphosate detection by FMOC-Cl. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 191: 244, DOI: 10.1007/s10661-019-7387-2

Hagemann, M.; Möke, F.; Springer, A., Westermann, L.; Frank, M.; Wasmund, N.; Bauwe, H. (2019): Cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena strain CCY9414 accumulates polyphosphate under long-term P-limiting conditions. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 82: 265-274, DOI: 10.3354/ame01896

Kahle, P.; Bauwe, A.; Lennartz, B. (2019): P-Austräge aus dränierten landwirtschaftlichen genutzten Böden und Möglichkeiten zur Minderung. KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 3/2019: 148-153.

Lennartz, B. (2019): Phosphor - von der Quelle bis ins Meer (Editorial). KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 3/2019: 121.

Mahnke, B.; Wrage-Mönnig, N.; Leinweber, P.; Müller, J. (2019): The phosphorus dilemma in organically farmed grasslands – are legume presence and phytodiversity incompatible?. Ecosystems and People 15 [1]: 61-73, DOI: 10.1080/26395908.2018.1556227

Schaub, I., Baum, C., Schumann, R. & Karsten, U. (2019): Effects of an early successional biological soil crust from a temperate coastal sand dune (NE Germany) on soil elemental stoichiometry and phosphatase activity. Microbial Ecology 77: 217-229.

Schulz-Vogt, H.N.; Pollehne, F.; Jürgens, K.; Arz, H.W.; Beier, S.; Bahlo, R.; Dellwig, O.; Henkel, J.V.; Herlemann, D.; Krüger, S.; Leipe, T.; Schott, T. (2019): Effect of large magnetotactic bacteria with polyphosphate inclusions on the phosphate profile of the suboxic zone in the Black Sea. The ISME Journal, DOI: 10.1038/s41396-018-0315-6

Sokolov, E.P.; Markert, S.; Hinzke, T.; Hirschfeld, C.; Becher, D.; Ponsuksili, S.; Sokolova, I.M. (2019): Effects of hypoxia-reoxygenation stress on mitochondrial proteome and bioenergetics of the hypoxia-tolerant marine bivalve Crassostrea gigas. Journal of Proteomics 194: 99-111, DOI: 10.1016/j.jprot.2018.12.009

Sokolov⁠, E.P.⁠, Sokolova, I.M. (2019): Compatible osmolytes modulate mitochondrial function in a marine osmoconformer Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793). Mitochondrion 45: 29-37, DOI: 10.1016/j.mito.2018.02.002

Tränckner, S., Stapel, C., Cramer, M., Tränckner, J. (2019): Einfluss kleiner Kläranlagen auf die Gewässerbeschaffenheit hinsichtlich Phosphat im norddeutschen ländlichen Raum. KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 3/2019: 159-165.

Vortmeyer-Kley, R.; Lünsmann, B.; Berthold, M.; Gräwe, U.; Feudel, U. (2019): Eddies: Fluid Dynamical Niches or Transporters?–A Case Study in the Western Baltic Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science 6: 118, DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00118

2018

Ahmed, A.; Gros, P.; Kühn, O.; Leinweber, P. (2018): Molecular level investigation of the role of peptide interactions in the glyphosate analytics. Chemosphere 196: 129-134, DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2017.12.162

Ahmed, A.A.; Leinweber, P.; Kühn, O. (2018): Unravelling the nature of glyphosate binding to goethite surfaces by ab initio molecular dynamics simulations. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20: 1531 - 153, DOI: 10.1039/C7CP06245A

Baumann, K.; Jung, P.; Samolov, E.; Lehnert, L.W.; Büdel, B.; Karsten, U.; Bendix, J.; Achilles, S.; Schermer, M.; Matus, F.; Oses, R.; Osses, P.; Morshedizad, M.; Oehlschläger, C.; Hu, Y.; Klysubun, W.; Leinweber, P. (2018): Biological soil crusts along a climatic gradient in Chile: richness and imprints of phototrophic microorganisms in phosphorus biogeochemical cycling. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 127: 286 – 300, DOI: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2018.09.035

Berthold, M.; Karsten, U.; von Weber, M.; Bachor, A.; Schumann, R. (2018): Phytoplankton can bypass nutrient reductions in eutrophic coastal water bodies. Ambio - A Journal of the Human Environment 47 [Sup 1]: 146-158, DOI: 10.1007/s13280-017-0980-0

Berthold, M.; Karstens, S.; Buczko, U.; Schumann, R. (2018): Potential export of soluble reactive phosphorus from a coastal wetland in a cold-temperate lagoon system: Buffer capacities of macrophytes and impact on phytoplankton. Science of the Total Environment 616-617: 46-54, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.10.244

Berthold, M.; Zimmer, D.; Reiff, V.; Schumann, R. (2018): Phosphorus contents re-visited after 40 years in muddy and sandy sediments of a temperate lagoon system. Frontiers in Marine Science 5: 305, DOI: doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00305

Braun, P.D.; Schulz-Vogt, H.N.; Vogts, A.; Nausch, M. (2018): Differences in the accumulation of phosphorus between vegetative cells and heterocysts in the cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena. Nature Scientific Reports 8: 5651, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-23992-1

Felgentreu, L., Nausch, G., Bitschowsky, F., Nausch, M., Schulz-Bull, D. (2018): Colorimetric chemical differentiation and detection of phosphorus in eutrophic and high particulate waters: advantages of a new monitoring approach. Frontiers in Marine Science 5: 212, DOI: doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00212

Glaser, K.; Baumann, K.; Leinweber, P.; Mikhailyuk., T.; Karsten, U. (2018): Algal richness in BSCs in forests under different management intensity with some implications for P cycling. Biogeosciences 15: 4181-4192, DOI: 10.5194/bg-15-4181-2018

Jurasinski, G.; Janssen, M.; Voss, M., Böttcher, M.E.; Brede, M.; Burchard, H.; Forster, S. et al. (2018): Understanding the Coastal Ecocline: Assessing Sea-Land-Interactions at Non-tidal, Low-lying Coasts through Interdisciplinary Research. Frontiers in Marine Science [in press]:, DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00342

Kahle, P.; Bauwe, A.; Lennartz, B. (2018): Übersichtsbeitrag zu Untersuchungen zum Nährstoffaustrag im künstlich entwässerten Tieflandeinzugsgebiet der Zarnow, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 62: 145-158, DOI: 10.5675/HyWa_2018,3_2

Koch, S.; Kahle, P.; Lennartz, B. (2018): Spatio-temporal analysis of phosphorus concentrations in a North-Eastern German lowland watershed. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 15: 203-216, DOI: 10.1016/j.ejrh.2018.02.001

Koch, S.; Kahle, P.; Lennartz, B. (2018): Phosphordynamik und Austragspfade in einem Norddeutschen Tieflandeinzugsgebiet. Wasser und Abfall 06/2018:, DOI: 10.1007/s35152-018-0067-7

Krämer, I. (2018): Phosphor-Paradox. Meer & Küste 7/2018, EUCC-D - Die Küstenunion Deutschland e.V., S. 6-7.

Krämer, I.; Bathmann, U.; Eichler-Löbermann, B.; Leinweber, P.; Tränckner, J.; Wimmers, K. (2018): Handling the phosphorus paradox in agriculture and natural ecosystems: Scarcity, necessity, and burden of P. Ambio, Vol. 47, Issue 1 Supplement, ISSN: 0044-7447 (Print) 1654-7209 (Online)

Leinweber, P.; Bathmann, U.; Buczko, U.; Douhaire, C.; Eichler-Löbermann, B.; Frossard, E.; Ekardt, F.; Jarvie, H.; Krämer, I.; Kabbe, C.; Lennartz, B.; Mellander, P.-E.; Nausch, G.; Ohtake, H.; Tränckner, J. (2018): Handling the phosphorus paradox in agriculture and natural ecosystems: Scarcity, necessity, and burden of P. Ambio - A Journal of the Human Environment 47 [Sup 1]: 3-19, DOI: 10.1007/s13280-017-0968-9

Lipka,M.; Böttcher, M.E.; Wu, Z.; Sültenfuß, J.; Jenner, A.-K-; Westphal, J.; Dellwig, O.; Escher, P.; Schmiedinger, I.; Winde, V.; Struck, U. (2018): Ferruginous groundwaters as a source of P, Fe, and DIC for coastal waters of the southern Baltic Sea: (Isotope) hydrobiogeochemistry and the role of an iron curtain. In: Proceedings Book of the 25th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM), 17-22 June 2018., Gdańsk, Poland.: 163-167.

Nausch, M., Achterberg, E. P., Lennart Bach, L.T., Brussaard,C.P.D., Crawfurd, K.J., Fabian, J., Riebesell, U., Stuhr, A., Unger,J., Wannicke, N. (2018): Concentrations and Uptake of Dissolved Organic Phosphorus Compounds in the Baltic Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science 5: 386, DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00386

Parra-Londono, S.; Kavka, M.; Samans, B.; Snowdon, R.; Wieckhorst, S.; Uptmoor, R. (2018): Sorghum root-system classification in contrasting P environments reveals three main rooting types and root-architecture-related marker–trait associations. Annals of Botany mcx157:, DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcx157

Quintana, C.O., Raymond, C., Nascimento, F.J.A, Bonaglia, S., Forster, S., Gunnarsson, J.S., Kristensen, E. (2018): Functional Performance of Three Invasive Marenzelleria Species Under Contrasting Ecological Conditions Within the Baltic Sea. Estuaries and Coasts 2018: 1-16, DOI: 10.1007/s12237-018-0376-9

Recknagel, C.; Thelin, P.; Abraham, M.; Schulz-Bull, D.; Sjöberg, P.J.R. (2018): Using standard additions to improve extraction and quantification of inositol hexakisphosphate in sediment samples by ion chromatography electrospray ionization mass spectrometry. Talanta 188: 192-198, DOI: 10.1016/j.talanta.2018.05.072

Rupp, H.; Meissner, R.; Leinweber, P. (2018): Plant available phosphorus in soil as predictor for the leaching potential: Insights from long-term lysimeter studies. Ambio - A Journal of the Human Environment 47 [Sup 1]: 103-113, DOI: 10.1007/s13280-017-0975-x

Skeff, W.; Recknagel, C.; Düwel, Y.; Schulz-Bull, D.E. (2018): Adsorption behaviors of glyphosate, glufosinate, aminomethylphosphonic acid, and 2-aminoethylphosphonic acid on three typical Baltic Sea sediments. Marine Chemistry 198: 1-9, DOI: 10.1016/j.marchem.2017.11.008

Strauch, SM; Wenzel, LC; Bischoff, A; Dellwig, O; Klein, J; Schüch, A; Wasenitz, B; Palm, HW (2018): Commercial African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) Recirculating Aquaculture Systems: Assessment of Element and Energy Pathways with Special Focus on the Phosphorus Cycle. Sustainability 10 [6]: 1805, DOI: 10.3390/su10061805

Stubenrauch, J.; Garske, B.; Ekardt, F. (2018): Sustainable Land Use, Soil Protection and Phosphorus Management from a Cross-National Perspective. Sustainability 10 [6]: 1988, DOI: 10.3390/su10061988

2017

Baumann, K.; Glaser, K.; Mutz, J.-E.; Karsten, U.; MacLennan, A.; Hu, Y.; Michalik, D.; Kruse, J.; Eckhardt, K.-U.; Schall, P.; Leinweber, P. (2017): Biological soil crusts of temperate forests: Their role in P cycling. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 109: 15-166.

Berthold, M., Karsten, U., von Weber, M., Albrecht, M., and Schumann, R. (2017): Is there a way back? Possible development of coastal water bodies during re-mesotrophication. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 125.

Bitschofsky, F., Nausch, M., Felgentreu, L., and Jahn, S. (2017): Phosphorus composition along the river warnow and its catchment - preliminary results. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 305.

Bitschofsky, Franziska (2017): How much phosphorus is in the sediments of the Darß-Zingst Bodden Chain (DZBC)? - Meaning of physical sediment properties. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 304.

Borchhardt, N.; Baum, C.; Mikhailyuk, T.; Karsten, U. (2017): Biological Soil Crusts of Arctic Svalbard—Water Availability as Potential Controlling Factor for Microalgal Biodiversity. Frontiers in Microbiology 8: 1485.

Braun, P., Schulz-Vogt, H., Siebers, M., Dörmann, P., and Nausch, M. (2017): Cellular mechanisms of phosphorus regulation in filamentous cyanobacteria. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 123.

Deutsch, B., Böx, S., Rodd, M., Tränckner, J., Mehl, D. (2017): Retention and release of phosphorus from lake and river sediments in the Warnow river catchment (Baltic Sea) during different seasons. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 307.

Emeis, K.; Eggert, A.; Flohr, A.; Lahajnar, N.; Nausch, G.; Neumann, A.; Rixen, T.; Schmidt, M.; Van der Plas, A.; Wasmund, N. (2017): Biogeochemical processes and turnover rates in the Northern Benguela Upwelling System. Journal of Marine Systems, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2017.10.001 (in press)

Felgentreu, L., Nausch, G., Leipe, T., Dellwig, O., Schulz-Bull, D. (2017): Phosphorus cycling in the warnow estuary: concentrations, transformation, retention and bioavailability. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 306.

Friedland, R., Buer, A.-L., Dahlke, S., Fritsche, B., Inacio, M., Paysen, S., Schernewski, G., Schumacher, J., and Stybel, N. (2017): Nutrient retention measure in German Baltic Sea waters – potentials and limits of some eco-technologies. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 63.

Friedland, R., Buer, A.-L., Dahlke, S., Holtermann, P., Klingbeil, K., Lemmen, C., Meyers, L., Schernewski, G., Stybel, N. (2017): Modelling the impact of a mussel farm on the water quality. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 292.

Glaser, K.; Baumann, K.; Leinweber, P.; Mikhailyuk, T.; Karsten, U. (2017): Algal diversity of temperate biological soil crusts depends on land use intensity and affects phosphorus biogeochemical cycling. Biogeosciences in review, DOI: 10.5194/bg-2017-365

Gogina, M., Lipka, M., Woelfel, J., Liu, B., Böttcher, M. E., Zettler, M. L. (2017): Who or what spapes the gradients in pore-water profiles? On the hunt for an explanation of the impact of bentic macrofauna on biogeochemistry and benthic-pelagic element coupling. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 22.

Gros, P.; Ahmed, A.; Kühn, O.; Leinweber, P. (2017): Glyphosate binding in soil as revealed by sorption experiments and quantum-chemical modeling. Science of the Total Environment 586: 527-535.

Heller, S.; Kayser, M.; Müller, J. (2017): Auswirkungen von Grünlandextensivierungsmaßnahmen auf den Phosphorhaushalt eines degradierten Niedermoorstandortes. Tagungsband der 61. Jahrestagung der AGGF in Berlin /Paulinenaue (2017), 65-68

Jahn, S., Kahle, P., Schulz-Vogt, H., Lennartz, B., and Nausch, M. (2017): A one-year high resolution monitoring of P concentrations from diffuse sources and changes on the way to the Baltic Sea. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 309.

Kahle, P., Bauwe, A., Koch, St., Lennartz, B. (2017): P-export patterns from artificially drained agricultural land. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 310.

Krämer, I. and Nausch, G. (2017): Phosphorus from source to sea – integrated phosphorus and waters resources management for sustainable water protection (PhosWaM)). In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 302.

Leipe, T., Naumann, M., Tauber, F., Radtke, H.; Friedland, R.; Hiller, A.; Arz, H. W. (2017): Regional distribution patterns of chemical parameters in surface sediments of the south-western Baltic Sea and their possible causes. Geo-Marine Letters, DOI: 10.1007/s00367-017-0514-6

Lipka, M., Liu, B., Kallmeyer, J., Schmiedinger, I., Böttcher, M. E. (2017): Benthic carbon transformations and nutrient fluxes in the Southern Baltic Sea: dynamics in space and time. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 153.

Loick‐Wilde, N.; Weber, S.C.; Eglite, E.; Liskow, I.; Schulz‐Bull, D.; Wasmund, N.; Wodarg, D.; Montoya, J.P. (2017): De novo amino acid synthesis and turnover during N 2 fixation. Limnology and Oceanography, DOI: 10.1002/lno.10755

Morshedizad, M.; Leinweber, P. (2017): Leaching of Phosphorus and Cadmium in Soils Amended with Different Bone Chars. CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water 45 [8]:, DOI: 10.1002/clen.201600635

Nausch, M., Nausch, G., Unger, J., Steinrücken, P., Bach, L., Achterberg, E., Riebesell, U., and Wannicke, N. (2017): Dissolved organic phosphorus in the Baltic Sea - concentration, composition and uptake. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 53.

Nausch, M.; Woelk, J.; Kahle, P.; Nausch, G.; Leipe, T.; Lennartz, B. (2017): Phosphorus fractions in discharges from artificially drained lowlandcatchments (Warnow River, Baltic Sea). Agricultural Water Management 187: 77-87.

Pallentin, M., Schumann, R., Leujak, W., Nausch, G. (2017): Determination of atmospheric phosphorus deposition in the German part of the Baltic Sea. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 308.

Schaub, I., Karsten, U., Nausch, M., and Schumann, R. (2017): Alkaline phosphatase activity (APA) in plankton communities of a eutrophic lagoon: is APA a marker for phosphorus demand?. In: Living along gradients: past, present, future. The 11th Baltic Sea Science Congress, Rostock, June 12-16, 2017 : Abstracts. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW): 160.

Schmale, O. (2017): Cruise Report, R/V Alkor, Cruise-No. AL483. Leibniz-Institut für Ostseeforschung Warnemünde, Rostock.

2016

Kahle, P.; Zimmer, D.; Baum, C. (2016): Beitrag von Ockerflocken zum P-Austrag gedränter Standorte in Nordostdeutschland. Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung 60 [5]: 294-302, DOI: 10.5675/HyWa_2016,5_1

Karstens, S., Buczko, U., Jurasinski, G., Peticzka, R., Glatzel, S. (2016): Impact of adjacent land use on coastal wetland sediments. Science of the Total Environment 550: 337–348, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.01.079

Koch, S.; Kahle, P.; Lennartz, B. (2016): Visualization of Colloid Transport Pathways in Mineral Soils Using Titanium(IV) Oxide as a Tracer. Journal of Environmental Quality 45[6]: 2053-2059, DOI: 10.2134/jeq2016.04.0131

Krämer, I., Nausch, M., Mehl, D. (2016): Phosphor - von der Quelle bis ins Meer. Wasser und Abfall 9: 18-22.

Leibniz ScienceCampus Phosphorus Research Rostock (2016): Phosphorus 2020 - Challenges for Synthesis, Agriculture and Ecosystems. Conference Proceedings of the 8th International Phosphorus Workshop (IPW8), 12.-16.09.2016, Rostock, DOI: 10.12754/procs-2016-i

Leinweber, P., Jandl, G., Karsten, U., Lennartz, B., Schumann, R., Wimmers, K. & Zimmer, D. (2016): Stoffdatenblatt: Phosphate. In: Litz, N., Wilcke, W., Wilke, B.-M. (Hrsg.): Bodengefährdende Stoffe: Bewertung - Stoffdaten - Ökotoxikologie - Sanierung. Wiley-VCH Chapter VI-2

Nausch, M., Bach, L., Czerny, J., Goldstein, J., Grossart, H. P., Hellemann, D., Hornick, T., Achterberg, E., Schulz, K. and U. Riebesell (2016): Effects of CO2 perturbation on phosphorus pool sizes and uptake in a mesocosm experiment during a low productive summer season in the northern Baltic Sea. Biogeosciences 13: 3035-3050, DOI: 10.5194/bg-13-3035-2016

Skeff, W.; Recknagel, C.; Schulz-Bull, D. (2016): The influence of salt matrices on the reversed-phase liquid chromatography behavior and electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry detection of glyphosate, glufosinate, aminomethylphosphonic acid and 2-aminoethylphosphonic acid in water. Journal of Chromatography A, DOI: 10.1016/j.chroma.2016.11.007

Thiede, J., Aksnes, D., Bathmann, U., Betti, M., Boero, F., Boxshall, G., Cury, P., Dowell, M., Emmerson, R., Estrada, M., Fine, M., Grigelis, A., Herman, P., Herndl, G., Kupar-inen, J., Martinsohn, J. T., Pràsil, O., Serrao Santos, R., Soomere, T., Synol (2016): Marine sustainability in an age of changing oceans and seas. EASAC policy reports 28: 56 pp.

Zimmer, D., Kahle, P., Baum, C. (2016): Loss of soil phosphorus by tile drains during storm events. Agricultural Water Management 167: 21-28, DOI: 10.1016/j.agwat.2015.12.017

Zimmer, D., Leinweber, P. (2016): Phosphateinträge in die Vorfluter senken. dlz Agrarmagazin 4: 58-63.

2015

Berthold, M., Zimmer, D., Schumann, R. (2015): A simplified method for total phosphorus digestion with potassium persulphate at sub-boiling temperatures in different environmental samples. Rostocker Meeresbiologische Beiträge 25: 7–25.

Eggert, A., Schneider, B. (2015): A nitrogen source in spring in the surface mixed-layer of the Baltic Sea: Evidence from total nitrogen and total phosphorus data. Journal of Marine Systems 148: 39-47, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2015.01.005

Karstens, S., Buczko, U., Glatzel, S (2015): Phosphorus storage and mobilization in coastal Phragmites wetlands: Influence of local-scale hydrodynamics. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 164: 124-133, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2015.07.014

Kreus, M.; Schartau, M.; Engel, A.; Nausch, M.; Voss, M. (2015): Variations in the elemental ratio of organic matter in the central Baltic Sea: Part I—Linking primary production to remineralization. Continental Shelf Research 100: 25-45.

Kruse, J., Abraham, M., Amelung, W., Baum, C., Bol, R., Kühn, O., Lewandowski, H., Niederberger, J., Oelmann, Y., Rüger, C., Santner, J., Siebers, M., Siebers, N., Spohn, M., Vestergren, J., Vogts, A., Leinweber, P. (2015): Innovative methods in soil phosphorus research: A review. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 178: 43-88, DOI: 10.1002/jpln.201400327

Nausch, G.; Naumann, M.; Umlauf, L.; Mohrholz, V.; Siegel, H. (2015): Hydrographic-hydrochemical assessment of the Baltic Sea 2014. Meereswissenschaftliche Berichte 96: 1-92.

Paul, A.J.; Bach, L.T.; Schulz, K.-G.; Boxhammer, T.; Czerny, J.; Achterberg, E.P.; Hellemann, D.; Trense, Y.; Nausch, M.; Swat, M.; Riebesell, U. (2015): Effect of elevated CO2 on organic matter pools and fluxes in a summer Baltic Sea plankton community. Biogeosciences 12: 6181-6203, DOI: 10.5194/bg-12-6181-2015

Romano, S., Schulz-Vogt, H.N., Gonzáles, J.M., Bondarev, V. (2015): Phosphate Limitation Induces Drastic Physiological Changes, Virulence-Related Gene Expression, and Secondary Metabolite Production in Pseudovibrio sp. Strain FO-BEG1. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81: 3518-3528, DOI: 10.1128/AEM.04167-14

Schernewski, G., Friedland, R., Carstens, M., Hirt, U., Leujak, W., Nausch, G., Neumann, T., Petenati, T., Sagert, S., Wasmund,N., Weber, M. v. (2015): Implementation of European marine policy: New water quality targets for German Baltic waters. Marine Policy 51: 305-321, DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2014.09.002

Skeff, W., Neumann, C., Schulz-Bull, D. (2015): Glyphosate and AMPA in the estuaries of the Baltic Sea method optimization and field study. Marine Pollution Bulletin 100: 577–585, DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.08.015

Wacker, A., Piepho, M., Spijkermana, E. (2015): Photosynthetic and fatty acid acclimation of four phytoplankton species in response to light intensity and phosphorus availability. European Journal of Phycology 50: 288-300, DOI: 10.1080/09670262.2015.1050068

2014

Karstens, S.; Buczko, U.; Glatzel, S. (2014): Coastal reed belts: Sources or sinks for phosphorus?. Coastal & Marine 23: 15.

Mahnke, B.; Müller, J. (2014): Rolle des Phosphors als Steuerungsgröße des Stickstoffertrages und der Phytodiversität ökologisch bewirtschafteter Dauergrünlandbestände. In: Multifunktionalität des Dauergrünlandes erhalten und nutzen. Tagungsband der 58. Jahrestagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Grünland und Futterbau der Gesellschaft für Pflanzenbauwissenschaften e. V., 55-60

Nausch, G., Naumann, M., Umlauf, L., Mohrholz, V., Siegel, H. (2014): Hydrographisch-hydrochemische Zustandseinschätzung der Ostsee 2013. Meereswissenschaftliche Berichte 93: 1-104.

Nausch, G.; Nausch, M.; Steinrücken, P.; Balke, J.; Woelk, J. (2014): Dissolved organic phosphorus in the Baltic Sea – temporal variability and utilization. EGU General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts 16, EGU2014-4951

Nausch, M., Nausch, G. (2014): Phosphorus speciation and transformation along transects in the Benguela upwelling region. Journal of Marine Systems 140, Part : 111-122.

Pyhäla, M., Fleming-Lehtinen, V., Laamanen, M., Lysiak-Pastuszak, E., Carstens, M., Leppänen, J.-M., Leujak, W., Nausch, G., Murray, C., Andersen, J. (2014): Eutrophication status of the Baltic Sea 2007-2011 – A concise assessment. Baltic Sea Environment Proceedings 143: 1-41.

Requejo, M., Eichler-Löbermann, B. (2014): Organic and inorganic phosphorus forms in soil as affected by long-term application of organic amendments. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 100: 245-255.

Romano, S., Dittmar, T., Bondarev, V., Weber, R.J.M., Viant, M.R., Schulz-Vogt, H.N. (2014): Exo-Metabolome of Pseudovibrio sp. FO-BEG1 Analyzed by Ultra-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry and the Effect of Phosphate Limitation. PLoS ONE 9(5: e96038.

Wasmund, N., Nausch, G. (2014): Phytoplankton succession in an isolated upwelled Benguela water body in dependence of nutrient conditions. Journal of Marine Systems 140: 163-174.

2013

Helm B., Terekhanova T., Tränckner J., Venohr M., Krebs, P. (2013): Attributiveness of a mass flow analysis model for integrated water resources assessment under data-scarce conditions. Water Science and Technology 67 (2&: 261-270.

Unger, J., Endres, S., Wannicke, N., Engel, A., Voss, M., Nausch, G., Nausch, M. (2013): Response of Nodularia spumigena to pCO2 – Part 3: Turnover of phosphorus compounds. Biogeosciences 10: 1483-1499.

2012

Brock, J., Rhiel, E., Beutler, M., Salman, V., Schulz-Vogt, H. N. (2012): Unusual polyphosphate inclusions observed in a marine Beggiatoa strain. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - Journal of Microbiology 101: 347-357.

Buczko, U., Kurfürst, U., Munzert, M. (2012): Factors affecting sampling error of nutrient element contents of arable fields. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 43: 1576-1598, DOI: 10.1080/00103624.2012.675392

Friedland, R., Neumann, T., Schernewski, G. (2012): Climate change and the Baltic Sea Action Plan: model simulations on the future of the western Baltic Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 105-108: 175-186, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2012.08.002

Hirt, U., Mahnkopf, J., Venohr, M., Kreins, P., Heidecke, C., Schernewski, G. (2012): How can German river basins contribute to reach the nutrient emission targets of the Baltic Sea Action Plan?. In: Sorial, G.A., Hong, J. (Eds.): Environmental science and technology., American Science Press, Houston.: 421-427.

Nausch, M., Nausch, G., Mohrholz, V., Siegel, H., Wasmund, N. (2012): Is growth of filamentous cyanobacteria supported by phosphate uptake below the thermocline?. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 99: 50-60, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2011.12.011

Wasmund, N., Nausch, G., Voss, M. (2012): Upwelling events may cause cyanobacteria blooms in the Baltic Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 90: 67-76.

2011

Andersen, J.A., Axe, P., Backer, H., Carstensen, J., Claussen, U., Fleming-Lehtinen, V., Järvinen, M., Kaartokallio, H., Knuutitila, S., Korpinen, S., Kubiliute, A., Laamanen, M., Lysiak-Pastuszak, E., Martin, G., Murray, C., Møhlenberg, F., Nausch, G., N (2011): Getting the measure of eutrophication in the Baltic Sea: towards improved assessment principles and methods. Biogeochemistry 106: 137-156.

Brock, J., Schulz-Vogt, H. N. (2011): Sulfide induces phosphate release from polyphosphate in cultures of a marine Beggiatoa strain. The ISME Journal 5: 497-506, DOI: 10.1038/ismej.2010.135

Kruse, J., Altermann, M., Schlichting, A., Kretschmer, H., Leinweber, P. (2011): Bewirtschaftungsbedingte Veränderungen von Niedermoorböden in der Lewitz-Niederung: The effects of land use on fenlands soils in the Lewitz lowland. TELMA 46: 15-28.

Nausch, G. (2011): Eutrophierung der Ostsee. Chemie in unserer Zeit 45: 164-170.

Nausch, G., Bachor, A., Petenati, T., Voß, J., von Weber, M. (2011): Nährstoffe in den deutschen Küstengewässern der Ostsee und angrenzenden Gebieten. Meeresumwelt aktuell Nord- und Ostsee 2011/1: 1-16.

Nausch, M., Nausch, G. (2011): Dissolved phosphorus in the Baltic Sea - occurrence and relevance. Journal of Marine Systems 87: 37-46, DOI: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2011.02.022

Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., Opitz, D., Venohr, M. (2011): Long-term eutrophication history and ecosystem changes in a large Baltic river basin - estuarine system. Transitional Waters Bulletin 5: 95-123, DOI: 10.1285/i1825229Xv5n2p95

Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., Behrendt, H. (2011): Sources, dynamics and management of phosphorus in a southern Baltic estuary. In: Harff, J., Björck, S., Hoth, P. (Eds.): The Baltic Sea Basin., Berlin, Springer (Central and Eastern European development studies).: 373-388.

Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., Maack, S., Venohr, M. (2011): Gewässereutrophierung – vom globalen Problem zum regionalen Lösungsansatz. In: Schröder, W., Fränzle, O., Müller, F.: Handbuch der Umweltwissenschaften : Grundlagen und Anwendung der Ökosystemforschung., Wiley-VCH, Weinheim. Chapter VI-2.2: 20 S..

Voss, M., Dippner, J. W., Humborg, C., Hürdler, J., Korth, F., Neumann, T., Schernewski G., Venohr, M. (2011): History and scenarios of future development of Baltic Sea eutrophication. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92: 307-322, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2010.12.037

Woelfel, J., Schumann, R., Leopold, P., Wiencke, C., Karsten, U. (2011): Microphytobenthos standing stock along gradients of physical conditions in Arctic Kongsfjorden, Svalbard. In: Wiencke, C. (Ed.): Biology of Polar Benthic Algae., Walter de Gruyter, Berlin.: 163-179.

Members
Dr. Martin Albrecht MNF Institut für Biowissenschaften, Angewandte Ökologie und Phykologie
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bathmann IOW Direktor
Dr. Maximilian Berthold MNF Institut für Biowissenschaften, Angewandte Ökologie & Phykologie
Dr. Adrian Bischoff-Lang AUF Aquakultur und Sea-Ranching
Prof. Dr. Michael Böttcher IOW Geochemie und Isotopengeochemie
Philipp Braun IOW Mikrobielle Prozesse und Phosphorkreislauf
Dr. Uwe Buczko AUF Landschaftsökologie und Standortkunde
Lisa Felgentreu IOW Allgemeine Meereschemie
PD Dr. Stefan Forster MNF Institut für Biowissenschaften, Meeresbiologie
Dr. Karin Glaser MNF Institut für Biowissenschaften, Angewandte Ökologie & Phykologie
Sebastian Heller AUF Grünland und Futterbauwissenschaften
Prof. Dr. Florian Jansen AUF Landschaftsökologie und Standortkunde
Dr. Petra Kahle AUF Ressourcenschutz und Bodenphysik
Dr. Marion Kanwischer IOW Organische Spurenstoffe
Prof. Dr. Ulf Karsten MNF Institut für Biowissenschaften, Angewandte Ökologie und Phykologie
Dr. Ulrich Knaus AUF Aquakultur und Sea-Ranching
Dr. Stefan Koch AUF Bodenphysik und Ressourcenschutz
PD Dr. Matthias Labrenz IOW Umweltmikrobiologie
Dr. Thomas Leipe IOW Mikroanalyse
Prof. Dr. Bernd Lennartz AUF Ressourcenschutz und Bodenphysik
Dr. Jutta Meyer IOW Allgemeine Meereschemie
Dr. Jürgen Müller AUF Grünland und Futterbauwissenschaften
Dr. Monika Nausch IOW Mikrobielle Prozesse und Phosphorkreislauf
Dr. Günther Nausch IOW Allgemeine Meereschemie
Dr. Thomas Neumann IOW Systemdynamik der Ostsee
Dr. Daniel Neumann IOW Marine biogeochemische Modellierung
Prof. Dr. Harry Palm AUF Aquakultur und Sea-Ranching
Julia Prüter AUF Bodenkunde
Dr. Hagen Radtke IOW Systemdynamik der Ostsee
Iris Schaub MNF Institut für Biowissenschaften, Angewandte Ökologie und Phykologie
Dr. Oliver Schmale IOW Biogeochemie Umweltrelevanter Gase
Prof. Dr. Detlef Schulz-Bull IOW Organische Spurenstoffe
PD Dr. Rhena Schumann MNF Institut für Biowissenschaften, Angewandte Ökologie und Phykologie, Biologische Station Zingst
Marisa Wirth IOW Organische Spurenstoffe
Dr. Dana Zimmer IOW Koordinationsbüro P-Campus