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

Future Carbon Emission From Boreal and Permafrost Lakes Are Sensitive to Catchment Organic Carbon Loads

Bayer, T. K.; Gustafsson, E.; Brakebusch, M.; Beer, C.
2019 | J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosci. | 124 (7) (1827-1848)

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.