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Amalia Keck

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My research focuses on the long-term changes in coastal benthic ecosystems in northern Norway, Svalbard, and Northeast Greenland, related to climate change.

  • Doreen Kohlbach, Haakon Hop, Anette Wold, Katrin Schmidt, Lukas Smik, Simon T. Belt et al.:
    Multiple trophic markers trace dietary carbon sources in Barents Sea zooplankton during late summer.
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2021 DOI
  • Doreen Kohlbach, Katrin Schmidt, Haakon Hop, Anette Wold, Amalia Keck Al-Habahbeh, Simon T. Belt et al.:
    Winter Carnivory and Diapause Counteract the Reliance on Ice Algae by Barents Sea Zooplankton
    Frontiers in Marine Science 24. March 2021 DOI
  • Amalia Keck, Susanne Kortsch, Bodil Bluhm, frank Beuchel, Bjørn Gulliksen, Carl Ballantine et al.:
    Arctic coastal benthos long-term responses to perturbations under climate warming: Climate change impact on Arctic benthos
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Hanna Dinevik, Amalia Keck Al-Habahbeh, Bjørn Gulliksen, Bodil Annikki Ulla Barbro Bluhm :
    Longevity Estimates for Sea Anemones Inferred from Four Decades of Photographic Sampling in Svalbard and Northern Norway
  • Amalia Keck, Susanne Kortsch, Bodil Bluhm, Raul Primicerio, Frank Beuchel, Bjørn Gulliksen :
    Recolonization and succession of a subtidal rocky-bottom epibenthic community in Smeerenburgfjord, NW Svalbard.
  • Susanne Kortsch, Raul Primicerio, Frank Beuchel, Bodil Bluhm, Øystein Varpe, Carl Ballantine et al.:
    Functional changes in sub-Arctic benthos following macroalgae expansions.

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    BIO-2513 Marin biodiversity

    BIO-2010 Marine ecology

    AB-321/821 Arctic benthic ecology

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