Karen Timmermann
Karen Timmermann
Professor, DTU
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A welcome can of worms? Hypoxia mitigation by an invasive species
J Norkko, DC Reed, K Timmermann, A Norkko, BG Gustafsson, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (2), 422-434, 2012
Hypoxia in the Baltic Sea: biogeochemical cycles, benthic fauna, and management
J Carstensen, DJ Conley, E Bonsdorff, BG Gustafsson, S Hietanen, ...
Ambio 43, 26-36, 2014
Recovery of Danish coastal ecosystems after reductions in nutrient loading: a holistic ecosystem approach
B Riemann, J Carstensen, K Dahl, H Fossing, JW Hansen, HH Jakobsen, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 39, 82-97, 2016
Mussels as a tool for mitigation of nutrients in the marine environment
JK Petersen, B Hasler, K Timmermann, P Nielsen, DB Tørring, MM Larsen, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 82 (1-2), 137-143, 2014
Local effects of blue mussels around turbine foundations in an ecosystem model of Nysted off-shore wind farm, Denmark
M Maar, K Bolding, JK Petersen, JLS Hansen, K Timmermann
Journal of Sea Research 62 (2-3), 159-174, 2009
The use of shellfish for eutrophication control
JK Petersen, C Saurel, P Nielsen, K Timmermann
Aquaculture International 24, 857-878, 2016
A model study of the regulation of blue mussels by nutrient loadings and water column stability in a shallow estuary, the Limfjorden
M Maar, K Timmermann, JK Petersen, KE Gustafsson, LM Storm
Journal of Sea Research 64 (3), 322-333, 2010
Linking Arenicola marina irrigation behavior to oxygen transport and dynamics in sandy sediments
K Timmermann, GT Banta, RN Glud
Journal of Marine Research 64 (6), 915-938, 2006
Modelling macrofaunal biomass in relation to hypoxia and nutrient loading
K Timmermann, J Norkko, U Janas, A Norkko, BG Gustafsson, E Bonsdorff
Journal of Marine Systems 105, 60-69, 2012
Water clarity and eelgrass responses to nitrogen reductions in the eutrophic Skive Fjord, Denmark
J Carstensen, D Krause-Jensen, S Markager, K Timmermann, J Windolf
Hydrobiologia 704, 293-309, 2013
Modeling of advective solute transport in sandy sediments inhabited by the lugworm Arenicola marina
K Timmermann, JH Christensen, GT Banta
Journal of Marine Research 60 (1), 151-169, 2002
Mussel production as a nutrient mitigation tool for improving marine water quality
K Timmermann, M Maar, K Bolding, J Larsen, P Nielsen, JK Petersen
Aquaculture Environment Interactions 11, 191-204, 2019
Streams or open sea? Tracing sources and effects of nutrient loadings in a shallow estuary with a 3D hydrodynamic–ecological model
K Timmermann, S Markager, KE Gustafsson
Journal of Marine Systems 82 (3), 111-121, 2010
Mussel production and water framework directive targets in the Limfjord, Denmark: an integrated assessment for use in system-based management
GE Dinesen, K Timmermann, E Roth, S Markager, L Ravn-Jonsen, ...
Ecology and Society 16 (4), 2011
Benthic-pelagic coupling in coastal seas–Modelling macrofaunal biomass and carbon processing in response to organic matter supply
E Ehrnsten, A Norkko, K Timmermann, BG Gustafsson
Journal of Marine Systems 196, 36-47, 2019
Mussel farming can be used as a mitigation tool-a reply
JK Petersen, K Timmermann, M Carlsson, M Holmer, M Maar, O Lindahl
Marine Pollution Bulletin 64 (2), 452-454, 2012
Reference state, structure, regime shifts, and regulatory drivers in a coastal sea over the last century: The Central Baltic Sea case
MT Tomczak, B Müller‐Karulis, T Blenckner, E Ehrnsten, M Eero, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 67, S266-S284, 2022
Effects of bioturbation on the fate of oil in coastal sandy sediments–An in situ experiment
K Timmermann, GT Banta, L Klinge, O Andersen
Chemosphere 82 (10), 1358-1366, 2011
A spatial model for nutrient mitigation potential of blue mussel farms in the western Baltic Sea
A Holbach, M Maar, K Timmermann, D Taylor
Science of the Total Environment 736, 139624, 2020
Virkemidler til realisering af 2. generations vandplaner og målrettet arealregulering
J Eriksen, PN Jensen, BH Jacobsen, IK Thomsen, K Schelde, ...
DCA-Nationalt Center for Fødevarer og Jordbrug,, 2014
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