Onur Kerimoglu
Onur Kerimoglu
University of Oldenburg
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A multi-lake comparative analysis of the General Lake Model (GLM): Stress-testing across a global observatory network
LC Bruce, MA Frassl, GB Arhonditsis, G Gal, DP Hamilton, PC Hanson, ...
Environmental modelling & software 102, 274-291, 2018
Stratification dynamics in a shallow reservoir under different hydro‐meteorological scenarios and operational strategies
O Kerimoglu, K Rinke
Water Resources Research 49 (11), 7518-7527, 2013
Effects of a half a millennium winter on a deep lake–a shape of things to come?
D Straile, O Kerimoglu, F Peeters, MC Jochimsen, R Kümmerlin, K Rinke, ...
Global Change Biology 16 (10), 2844-2856, 2010
Blue-green algae in a “Greenhouse Century”? New insights from field data on climate change impacts on cyanobacteria abundance
O Anneville, I Domaizon, O Kerimoglu, F Rimet, S Jacquet
Ecosystems 18 (3), 441-458, 2015
Cyanobacterial bloom termination: the disappearance of Planktothrix rubescens from Lake Bourget (France) after restoration
S Jacquet, O Kerimoglu, F Rimet, G Paolini, O Anneville
Freshwater biology 59 (12), 2472-2487, 2014
Role of phytoplankton cell size on the competition for nutrients and light in incompletely mixed systems
O Kerimoglu, D Straile, F Peeters
Journal of theoretical biology 300, 330-343, 2012
The large-scale impact of offshore wind farm structures on pelagic primary productivity in the southern North Sea
K Slavik, C Lemmen, W Zhang, O Kerimoglu, K Klingbeil, KW Wirtz
Hydrobiologia 845 (1), 35-53, 2019
The acclimative biogeochemical model of the southern North Sea
O Kerimoglu, R Hofmeister, J Maerz, R Riethmüller, KW Wirtz
Biogeosciences 14 (19), 4499-4531, 2017
Implications of seasonal mixing for phytoplankton production and bloom development
F Peeters, O Kerimoglu, D Straile
Theoretical Ecology 6 (2), 115-129, 2013
Trophic mismatch requires seasonal heterogeneity of warming
D Straile, O Kerimoglu, F Peeters
Ecology 96 (10), 2794-2805, 2015
Seasonal, inter‐annual and long term variation in top–down versus bottom–up regulation of primary production
O Kerimoglu, D Straile, F Peeters
Oikos 122 (2), 223-234, 2013
Autotrophic stoichiometry emerging from optimality and variable co-limitation
KW Wirtz, O Kerimoglu
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 131, 2016
A model study on the large-scale effect of macrofauna on the suspended sediment concentration in a shallow shelf sea
MH Nasermoaddeli, C Lemmen, G Stigge, O Kerimoglu, H Burchard, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 211, 62-76, 2018
Modular System for Shelves and Coasts (MOSSCO v1. 0)–a flexible and multi-component framework for coupled coastal ocean ecosystem modelling
C Lemmen, R Hofmeister, K Klingbeil, MH Nasermoaddeli, O Kerimoglu, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (3), 915-935, 2018
Modelling the plankton groups of the deep, peri-alpine Lake Bourget
O Kerimoglu, S Jacquet, B Vinçon-Leite, BJ Lemaire, F Rimet, ...
Ecological Modelling 359, 415-433, 2017
Wadden Sea Eutrophication: long-term trends and regional differences
JEE van Beusekom, J Carstensen, T Dolch, A Grage, R Hofmeister, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 370, 2019
A model-based projection of historical state of a coastal ecosystem: relevance of phytoplankton stoichiometry
O Kerimoglu, F Große, M Kreus, HJ Lenhart, JEE van Beusekom
Science of the Total Environment 639, 1311-1323, 2018
Can we predict phytoplankton community size structure using size scalings of eco-physiological traits?
N Taherzadeh, O Kerimoglu, KW Wirtz
Ecological Modelling 360, 279-289, 2017
The Predominant Processes Controlling Vertical Nutrient and Suspended Matter Fluxes across Domains-Using the New MOSSCO System from Coastal Sea Sediments up to the Atmosphere
R Hofmeister, C Lemmen, O Kerimoglu, K Wirtz, MH Nasermoaddeli
ICHE 2014. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Hydroscience …, 2014
Modeling the spring blooms of ciliates in a deep lake
O Kerimoglu, D Straile, F Peeters
Hydrobiologia 731 (1), 173-189, 2014
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