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Behavioural stress propagation in benthic invertebrates caused by acute pH drop-induced metabolites (2021)
Journal Article
Feugere, L., Angell, L., Fagents, J., Nightingale, R., Rowland, K., Skinner, S., …Wollenberg Valero, K. C. (2021). Behavioural stress propagation in benthic invertebrates caused by acute pH drop-induced metabolites. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, Article 773870. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2021.773870

Studies on pH stress in marine animals typically focus on direct or species-specific aspects. We here test the hypothesis that a drop to pH = 7.6 indirectly affects the intra- and interspecific interactions of benthic invertebrates by means of chemic... Read More about Behavioural stress propagation in benthic invertebrates caused by acute pH drop-induced metabolites.

Taking Current Climate Change Research to the Classroom—The “Will Hermit Crabs Go Hungry in Future Oceans?” Project (2019)
Book Chapter
Roggatz, C. C., Kenningham, N., & Bartels-Hardege, H. D. (2019). Taking Current Climate Change Research to the Classroom—The “Will Hermit Crabs Go Hungry in Future Oceans?” Project. In W. L. Filho, & S. L. Hemstock (Eds.), Climate Change and the Role of Education (255-277). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32898-6_15

© 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Climate change and its consequences at environmental, social and economic level will affect all of us, in particular the children of today who are the world’s citizens of tomorrow. However, the causes, conseque... Read More about Taking Current Climate Change Research to the Classroom—The “Will Hermit Crabs Go Hungry in Future Oceans?” Project.

Identification of a female sex pheromone in Carcinus maenas (2011)
Journal Article
Hardege, J. D., Bartels-Hardege, H. D., Fletcher, N., Terschak, J. A., Harley, M., Smith, M. A., …Bublitz, R. (2011). Identification of a female sex pheromone in Carcinus maenas. Marine ecology progress series, 436, 177-189. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps09226

Despite major progress in our understanding of animal signaling systems, the identification of chemical signals in aquatic organisms is still in its infancy. Exemplary for this is the lack of structural knowledge of crustacean sex pheromones despite... Read More about Identification of a female sex pheromone in Carcinus maenas.