Tatiana Margo Tsagaraki

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The effects of fish farming on chemical and biological variables of the water column were investigated in three coastal locations along the Mediterranean (Spain, Italy and Greece). Analyses of nutrients, chlorophyll a, particulate organic carbon and nitrogen (POC and PON), heterotrophic bacteria and cyanobacteria (Synechococcus) were carried out on(More)
Citation: Herut B, Rahav E, Tsagaraki TM, Giannakourou A, Tsiola A, Psarra S, Lagaria A, Papageorgiou N, Mihalopoulos N, Theodosi CN, Violaki K, Stathopoulou E, Scoullos M, Krom MD, Stockdale A, Shi Z, Berman-Frank I, Meador TB, Tanaka T and Paraskevi P (2016) The Potential Impact of Saharan Dust and Polluted Aerosols on Microbial Populations in the East(More)
Citation: Guo C, Xia X, Pitta P, Herut B, Rahav E, Berman-Frank I, Giannakourou A, Tsiola A, Tsagaraki TM and Liu H (2016) Shifts in Microbial Community Structure and Activity in the Ultra-Oligotrophic Eastern Mediterranean Sea Driven by the Deposition of Saharan Dust and European Aerosols. Front. Mar. Sci. 3:170. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00170 Shifts in(More)
Mixotrophs combine photosynthesis with phagotrophy to cover their demands in energy and essential nutrients. This gives them a competitive advantage under oligotropihc conditions, where nutrients and bacteria concentrations are low. As the advantage for the mixotroph depends on light, the competition between mixo- and heterotrophic bacterivores should be(More)
Citation: Krom MD, Shi Z, Stockdale A, Berman-Frank I, Giannakourou A, Herut B, Lagaria A, Papageorgiou N, Pitta P, Psarra S, Rahav E, Scoullos M, Stathopoulou E, Tsiola A and Tsagaraki TM (2016) Response of the Eastern Mediterranean Microbial Ecosystem to Dust and Dust Affected by Acid Processing in the Atmosphere. Front. Mar. Sci. 3:133. doi:(More)
Citation: Rahav E, Shun-Yan C, Cui G, Liu H, Tsagaraki TM, Giannakourou A, Tsiola A, Psarra S, Lagaria A, Mulholland MR, Stathopoulou E, Paraskevi P, Herut B and Berman-Frank I (2016) Evaluating the Impact of Atmospheric Depositions on Springtime Dinitrogen Fixation in the Cretan Sea (Eastern Mediterranean)—A Mesocosm Approach. Front. Mar. Sci. 3:180. doi:(More)
Citation: Tsiola A, Tsagaraki TM, Giannakourou A, Nikolioudakis N, Yücel N, Herut B and Pitta P (2017) Corrigendum: Bacterial Growth and Mortality after Deposition of Saharan Dust and Mixed Aerosols in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea: A Mesocosm Experiment. Front. Mar. Sci. 4:57. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00057 Corrigendum: Bacterial Growth and Mortality after(More)
Citation: Christou ED, Zervoudaki S, Fernandez De Puelles ML, Protopapa M, Varkitzi I, Pitta P, Tsagaraki TM and Herut B (2017) Response of the Calanoid Copepod Clausocalanus furcatus, to Atmospheric Deposition Events: Outcomes from a Mesocosm Study. Front. Mar. Sci. 4:35. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00035 Response of the Calanoid Copepod Clausocalanus(More)
Citation: Tsagaraki TM, Herut B, Rahav E, Berman Frank IR, Tsiola A, Tsapakis M, Giannakourou A, Gogou A, Panagiotopoulos C, Violaki K, Psarra S, Lagaria A, Christou ED, Papageorgiou N, Zervoudaki S, Puelles MLFd, Nikolioudakis N, Meador TB, Tanaka T, Pedrotti ML, Krom MD and Pitta P (2017) Atmospheric Deposition Effects on Plankton Communities in the(More)
The effect and fate of dry atmospheric deposition on nutrient-starved plankton in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea (EMS; Crete, 2012) was tested by spiking oligotrophic surface seawater mesocosms (3 m3) with Saharan dust (SD; 1.6 g L−1; 23 nmol NOxmg −1; 2.4 nmol PO4mg −1) or mixed aerosols (A; 1.0 g L−1; 54 nmol NOxmg −1; 3.0 nmol PO4mg −1) collected from(More)