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Henning Reiss

 

Dr. Henning Reiss

B2.1: CLIMATE-INDUCED CHANGES IN THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF EPIFAUNAL COMMUNITIES IN THE SOUTH-EASTERN AND NORTHERN NORTH-SEA

Research interests

• Benthos ecology
• Marine food webs
• Distribution Modelling

Short CV

2008 - 2011 Post-Doc, Senckenberg Institute Department for Marine Research
2006 - 2008 Post-Doc, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
2005 Dr. rer. nat., Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
2000 - 2006 Research fellow, Senckenberg Institute Department for Marine Research
2000 Diploma in Biology, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

Selected Publications

• Reiss, H., Degraer, S., Duineveld, G., Kröncke, I., Craeymeersch, J., Aldridge, J.N., Eggleton, J., Hillewaert, H., Lavaleye, M., Moll, A,, Pohlmann, T., Rachor, E., Robertson, M., Vanden Berghe, E., Van Hoey, G., Rees, H.L. (2010) Spatial patterns of infauna, epifauna and demersal fish communities in the North Sea. ICES Journal of Marine Science 67, 278-293.
• Reiss, H., Greenstreet, S.P.R., Sieben, K., Ehrich, S., Quirijns, F., Piet, G.J., Robinson, L., Kröncke, I. (2009) Effects of fishing disturbance on benthic communities and secondary production within an intensively fished area. Marine Ecology Progress Series 394, 201-213.
• Reiss, H., Hoarau, G., Dickey-Collas, M., Wolff, W.J. (2009) Genetic population structure of marine fish: mismatch between biological and fisheries management units. Fish and Fisheries 10, 361-395.
• Reiss, H., Kröncke, I., Ehrich, S. (2006) Estimating catching efficiency of a 2-m beam trawl for sampling epifauna by removal experiments. ICES Journal of Marine Science 63:1453-1464.
• Reiss, H., Kröncke, I. (2005) Seasonal variability of benthic indices: an approach to test the applicability of different indices for ecosystem quality assessment. Marine Pollution Bulletin 50: 1490-1499.
• Reiss, H., Kröncke, I. (2005) Seasonal variability of infaunal community structures in three areas of the North Sea under different environmental conditions. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 65: 253-274.

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