Jürgen Benndorf

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Regulating mobility by actively entering the drift under imminent predation risk is an avoidance strategy employed by aquatic macroinvertebrate species that is widely accepted within the scientific community. This response was most evident with respect to diurnal predators that feed in the water column, such as many salmonids. We investigated the role of(More)
To predict the coherence in local responses to large-scale climatic forcing among aquatic systems, we developed a generalized approach to compare long-term data of dimictic water bodies based on phenomenologically defined hydrographic events. These climate-sensitive phases (inverse stratification, spring overturn, early thermal stratification, summer(More)
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