Tina Bayer

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About me

As part of Christian Beer’s research group I work on modelling the role of freshwater systems in carbon cycling of high latitude ecosystems.

Latest scientific papers

Simulated terrestrial runoff triggered a phytoplankton succession and changed seston stoichiometry in coastal lagoon mesocosms

A. Deininger; C.L. Faithfull; K. Lange; T. Bayer; F. Vidussi; A. Liess
2016 | Mar. Environ. Res. | 119 (40-50)

Contrasting controls on phytoplankton dynamics in two large, pre-alpine lakes imply differential responses to climate change

Tina K. Bayer, Marc Schallenberg, Carolyn W. Burns
2016 | Hydrobiologia | 771 (1) (131-150)

Application of a numerical model to predict impacts of climate change on water temperatures in two deep, oligotrophic lakes in New Zealand

Bayer, Tina K.; Burns, Carolyn W.; Schallenberg, Marc
2013 | Hydrobiologia | 713 (1) (53-71)

Investigation of nutrient limitation status and nutrient pathways in Lake Hayes, Otago, New Zealand: a case study for integrated lake assessment

Bayer, Tina K.; Schallenberg, Marc; Martin, Candace E.
2008 | N. Z. J. Mar. Freshwater Res. | 42 (3) (285-295)

All publications

Biogeochemistry

How human activities affect natural processes that drive the major biogeochemical cycles that ultimately govern the composition of the environment.