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1. © 1989 Birkhfiuser Verlag, Basel Control of primary productivity and the significance of photosynthetic bacteria in a meromictic kettle lake.

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2. Estimation of phytoplankton loss rates from daily photosynthetic rates and observed blomass changes in Lake Constance


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3. Bacterial response to seasonal changes in primary production and phytoplankton biomass in Lake Constance


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4. Polarforschung an der Schwelle zum 21. Jahrhundert


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5. Securing the Future of Humanity and Nature: The Greatest Challenge in History


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6. Determination of phytoplankton production by the radiocarbon method: a comparison between the acidification and bubbling method (ABM) and the filtration techn1que


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7. Control of primary productivity and the significance of photosynthetic bacteria in a meromictic kettle lake.


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8. Interannual variability of phytoplankton productivity and related parameters in Lake Constance: no response to decreased phosphorus loading?


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9. Joint field experiments for comparisons of measuring methods of photosynthetic production


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10. 25 Jahre Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung (poster)


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