Torkel Gissel  Nielsen
Torkel Gissel Nielsen
Professor i Biologisk Oceanografi
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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
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
Microplastic exposure studies should be environmentally realistic
PNAS 113, 4121 - 4122, 2016
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
Microplastics-Occurrence, effects and sources of
C Lassen, SF Hansen, K Magnusson, F Norén, NIB Hartmann, PR Jensen, ...
Significance 2 (2), 2012
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
Annual population development and production by Calanus finmarchicus, C. glacialis and C. hyperboreus in Disko Bay, western Greenland
TG Nielsen, BW Hansen
Marine Biology 139 (1), 75, 2001
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
Effects of a Chrysochromulina polylepis subsurface bloom on the planktonic community
TG Nielsen, T Kiørboe, PK Bjørnsen
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 21-35, 1990
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
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
No increase in marine microplastic concentration over the last three decades–a case study from the Baltic Sea
S Beer, A Garm, B Huwer, J Dierking, TG Nielsen
Science of the total environment 621, 1272-1279, 2018
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
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
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
Bridging the gap between marine biogeochemical and fisheries sciences; configuring the zooplankton link
A Mitra, C Castellani, WC Gentleman, SH Jónasdóttir, KJ Flynn, A Bode, ...
Progress in Oceanography 129, 176-199, 2014
Decimeter scale heterogeneity in the plankton during a pycnocline bloom of Gyrodinium aureolum
PK Bjørnsen, TG Nielsen
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 263-267, 1991
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
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
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