Benjamin Weigel
Benjamin Weigel
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE) | INRAE Bordeaux
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The importance of benthic–pelagic coupling for marine ecosystem functioning in a changing world
JR Griffiths, M Kadin, FJA Nascimento, T Tamelander, A Törnroos, ...
Global change biology 23 (6), 2179-2196, 2017
Impact of eutrophication and climate change on fish and zoobenthos in coastal waters of the Baltic Sea
M Snickars, B Weigel, E Bonsdorff
Marine Biology 162, 141-151, 2015
Climate change reshuffles northern species within their niches
LH Antão, B Weigel, G Strona, M Hällfors, E Kaarlejärvi, T Dallas, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (6), 587-592, 2022
Maintained functional diversity in benthic communities in spite of diverging functional identities
B Weigel, T Blenckner, E Bonsdorff
Oikos 125 (10), 1421–1433, 2016
What are the major global threats and impacts in marine environments? Investigating the contours of a shared perception among marine scientists from the bottom-up.
WJ Boonstra, KM Ottosen, ASA Ferreira, A Richter, LA Rogers, ...
Marine Policy 60, 197-201, 2015
Regime shifts in marine communities: a complex systems perspective on food web dynamics
J Yletyinen, Ö Bodin, B Weigel, MC Nordström, E Bonsdorff, T Blenckner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1825), 20152569, 2016
Marine epibenthic functional diversity on Flemish Cap (north‐west Atlantic)—Identifying trait responses to the environment and mapping ecosystem functions
FJ Murillo, B Weigel, M Bouchard Marmen, E Kenchington
Diversity and Distributions, 2020
Long-term progression and drivers of coastal zoobenthos in a changing system
B Weigel, HC Andersson, HEM Meier, T Blenckner, M Snickars, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 528, 141-159, 2015
Long-term shifts in water quality show scale-dependent bioindicator responses across Russia–Insights from 40 year-long bioindicator monitoring program
O Ovaskainen, B Weigel, O Potyutko, Y Buyvolov
Ecological Indicators 98, 476-482, 2019
Trends in marine climate change research in the Nordic region since the first IPCC report
MW Pedersen, A Kokkalis, H Bardarson, S Bonanomi, WJ Boonstra, ...
Climatic Change 134, 147-161, 2016
Use of species distribution modeling in the Deep Sea
E Kenchington, O Callery, F Davidson, A Grehan, T Morato, J Appiott, ...
Avoiding pitfalls in interdisciplinary education
RE Holt, PJ Woods, ASA Ferreira, H Bardarson, S Bonanomi, ...
Climate research 74 (2), 121-129, 2017
Biodiversity buffers the impact of eutrophication on ecosystem functioning of submerged macrophytes on the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, Southwest China
H Wang, X Zhang, H Shan, W Ren, Z Wen, Y Tian, B Weigel, L Ni, T Cao
Environmental Pollution 314, 120210, 2022
Exposing changing phenology of fish larvae by modeling climate effects on temporal early life-stage shifts
B Weigel, J Mäkinen, M Kallasvuo, J Vanhatalo
Marine Ecology Progress Series 666, 135-148, 2021
Trait-based predation suitability offers insight into effects of changing prey communities
B Weigel, E Bonsdorff
PeerJ 6, e5899, 2018
Macrosystem community change in lake phytoplankton and its implications for diversity and function
B Weigel, N Kotamäki, O Malve, K Vuorio, O Ovaskainen
Global Ecology and Biogeography 32 (2), 295-309, 2023
When is a fish stock collapsed?
J Yletyinen, WE Butler, G Ottersen, KH Andersen, S Bonanomi, FK Diekert, ...
bioRxiv, 329979, 2018
Community assembly processes and drivers shaping marine fish community structure in the North Sea
M Montanyès, B Weigel, M Lindegren
Ecography 2023 (10), e06642, 2023
Local eukaryotic and bacterial stream community assembly is shaped by regional land use effects
B Weigel, C Graco-Roza, J Hultman, V Pajunen, A Teittinen, M Kuzmina, ...
ISME communications 3 (1), 65, 2023
Mixed effects of a national protected area network on terrestrial and freshwater biodiversity
A Santangeli, B Weigel, LH Antão, E Kaarlejärvi, M Hällfors, A Lehikoinen, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 5426, 2023
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