Dr. Friedrich Schiemer
Dr. Friedrich Schiemer
Professor für Ökologie, Universität Wien
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Biodiversity of floodplain river ecosystems: ecotones and connectivity1
JV Ward, K Tockner, F Schiemer
River Research and Applications 15 (1‐3), 125-139, 1999
Hydrological connectivity, and the exchange of organic matter and nutrients in a dynamic river–floodplain system (Danube, Austria)
K Tockner, D Pennetzdorfer, N Reiner, F Schiemer, JV Ward
Freshwater Biology 41 (3), 521-535, 1999
Trade-offs in thermal adaptation: the need for a molecular to ecological integration
HO Pörtner, AF Bennett, F Bozinovic, A Clarke, MA Lardies, M Lucassen, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79 (2), 295-313, 2006
Strategies for conservation of a Danubian fish fauna
F Schiemer, H Waidbacher
River conservation and management 26, 363-382, 1992
Zooplankton biomass and community structure in a Danube River floodplain system: effects of hydrology
C Baranyi, T Hein, C Holarek, S Keckeis, F Schiemer
Freshwater Biology 47 (3), 473-482, 2002
Conservation by restoration: the management concept for a river‐floodplain system on the Danube River in Austria
K Tockner, F Schiemer, JV Ward
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 8 (1), 71-86, 1998
The Danube restoration project: species diversity patterns across connectivity gradients in the floodplain system
K Tockner, F Schiemer, C Baumgartner, G Kum, E Weigand, I Zweimüller, ...
River Research and Applications 15 (1‐3), 245-258, 1999
Hydrological connectivity and flood pulses as the central aspects for the integrity of a river‐floodplain system
G Heiler, T Hein, F Schiemer, G Bornette
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management 11 (3‐4), 351-361, 1995
Restoration of floodplain rivers: The ‘Danube restoration project’
F Schiemer, C Baumgartner, K Tockner
River Research and Applications 15 (1‐3), 231-244, 1999
Fish as indicators for the assessment of the ecological integrity of large rivers
F Schiemer
Hydrobiologia 422, 271-278, 2000
The" inshore retention concept" and its significance for large rivers
F Schiemer, H Keckeis, W Reckendorfer, G Winkler
Arch. Hydrobiol.(Suppl.)(Large Rivers) 135 (2), 509-516, 2001
Endangered fish species of the Danube River in Austria
F Schiemer, T Spindler
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management 4 (4), 397-407, 1989
Fish as bioindicators
A Chovanec, R Hofer, F Schiemer
Trace metals and other contaminants in the environment 6, 639-676, 2003
Allochthonous and autochthonous particulate organic matter in floodplains of the River Danube: the importance of hydrological connectivity
T Hein, C Baranyi, GJ Herndl, W Wanek, F Schiemer
Freshwater biology 48 (2), 220-232, 2003
Abundance in the River Danube, Austria: Ce of inshore retention
W Reckendorfer, H Keckeis, G Winkler, F Schiemer
Freshw. Biol 41, 583-591, 1999
The early life history stages of riverine fish: ecophysiological and environmental bottlenecks
F Schiemer, H Keckeis, E Kamler
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2002
Proteolytic activity in the digestive tract of several species of fish with different feeding habits
R Hofer, F Schiemer
Oecologia 48, 342-345, 1981
Fish fry associations: important indicators for the ecological status of large rivers
F Schiemer, T Spindler, H Wintersberger, A Schneider, A Chovanec
Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie …, 1991
An ecophysiological study of some meiofauna species inhabiting a sandy beach at Bermuda
W Wieser, J Ott, F Schiemer, E Gnaiger
Marine Biology 26, 235-248, 1974
Tackling the sulfide gradient: a novel strategy involving marine nematodes and chemoautotrophic ectosymbionts
JA Ott, R Novak, F Schiemer, U . Hentschel, M Nebelsick, M Polz
Marine Ecology 12 (3), 261-279, 1991
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