Publications
The Baltic Nest Institute is prioritizing making the Nest model as transparent as possible. For this reason, we strive to make underlying model assumption publicly available in the format of international peer-reviewed scientific publications. Please find below a link to full references to the scientific publications from Baltic Nest Institute. Contact the corresponding author for a reprint of any article listed below.
Intermittent bioirrigation and oxygen dynamics in permeable sediments: An experimental and modeling study of three tellinid bivalves
Author(s): Volkenborn N, Meile C, Polerecky L, Pilditch C, Norkko A, Norkko J, Hewitt JE, Thrush SF, Wethey DS, Woodin SA
Source: Journal of Marine Research, Volume 70, Number 6, November 2012 , pp. 794-823(30)
Year: 2012

Burial and decomposition of plant pigments in surface sediments of the Baltic Sea: role of oxygen and benthic fauna
Author(s): Josefson AB, Norkko J, Norkko A
Source: Mar Ecol Prog Ser 455:33-49
Year: 2012

Specific discharge variability in a boreal landscape
Author(s): Lyon, S. W., M. Nathanson, A. Spans, T. Grabs, H. Laudon, J. Temnerud, K. H. Bishop, and J. Seibert
Source: Water Resources Research, 2012. Vol. 48, Issue 8.
Year: 2012

Modelling macrofaunal biomass in relation to hypoxia and nutrient loading
Author(s): Timmermann, K., Norkko, J., Janas, U., Norkko, A., Gustafsson, B.G., Bonsdorff, E.
Source: Journal of Marine Systems, Vol 105-108, Dec. 2012, pp 60-69
Year: 2012

Integrated trend assessment of ecosystem changes in the Limfjord (Denmark): Evidence of a recent regime shift?
Author(s): Maciej T. Tomczak, Grete E. Dinesen, Erik Hoffmann, Marie Maar, Josianne G. Støttrup
Source: Estaurine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2012.
Year: 2012

Changes in nitrogen loads to estuaries following implementation of governmental action plans in Denmark: A paired catchment and estuary approach for analysing regional responses
Author(s): Windolf, J., Blicher-Mathiesena,G., Carstensen, J. & Kronvang, B.
Source: Environmental Science & Policy, December 2012, Vol. 24, Pages 24-33, DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2011.03.031.
Year: 2012

Ecosystem status and functioning: searching for rules of thumbusing an intersite comparison of food-web models of NortheastAtlantic continental shelves
Author(s): Lassalle, G., Lobry, J., Le Loc’h, F., Mackinson, S., Sanchez, F., Tomczak, M. T., and Niquil, N.
Source: ICES Journal of Marine Science; doi:10.1093/icesjms/fss168
Year: 2012

Secchi depth calculations in BALTSEM
Source: BNI Technical Report No. 8
Year: 2012

Large-Scale Dynamics of Hypoxia in the Baltic Sea
Author(s): Oleg P. Savchuk
Source: E.V. Yakushev (ed.), Chemical Structure of Pelagic Redox Interfaces: Observation and Modeling, Hdb Env Chem (2013) 22: 137–160, DOI 10.1007/698_2010_53, # Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010, Published online: 19 February 2010
Year: 2012

Nutrient reduction and climate change cause a potential shift from pelagic to benthic pathways in a eutrophic marine ecosystem
Author(s): Martin Lindegren, Thorsten Blenckner and Nils C. Stenseth
Source: Global Change Biology (2012), doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02799.x
Year: 2012

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