Ursula Witte
Ursula Witte
Professor of Biological Oceanography, University of Aberdeen
Verified email at abdn.ac.uk
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A marine microbial consortium apparently mediating anaerobic oxidation of methane
A Boetius, K Ravenschlag, CJ Schubert, D Rickert, F Widdel, A Gieseke, ...
Nature 407 (6804), 623-626, 2000
In situ experimental evidence of the fate of a phytodetritus pulse at the abyssal sea floor
U Witte, F Wenzhöfer, S Sommer, A Boetius, P Heinz, N Aberle, M Sand, ...
Nature 424 (6950), 763-766, 2003
In situ fluxes and zonation of microbial activity in surface sediments of the Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano
D de Beer, E Sauter, H Niemann, N Kaul, JP Foucher, U Witte, M Schlüter, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (3), 1315-1331, 2006
Pore‐water advection and solute fluxes in permeable marine sediments (II): Benthic respiration at three sandy sites with different permeabilities (German Bight, North Sea)
F Janssen, M Huettel, U Witte
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (3), 779-792, 2005
Rapid response of a deep-sea benthic community to POM enrichment: an in situ experimental study
U Witte, N Aberle, M Sand, F Wenzhöfer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 251, 27-36, 2003
Environmental impacts of the deep-water oil and gas industry: a review to guide management strategies
EE Cordes, DOB Jones, TA Schlacher, DJ Amon, AF Bernardino, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 4, 58, 2016
Twenty thousand sterling under the sea: estimating the value of protecting deep-sea biodiversity
N Jobstvogt, N Hanley, S Hynes, J Kenter, U Witte
Ecological Economics 97, 10-19, 2014
Benthic biogeochemistry: state of the art technologies and guidelines for the future of in situ survey
E Viollier, C Rabouille, SE Apitz, E Breuer, G Chaillou, K Dedieu, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 285, 5-31, 2003
Europe's grand canyon Nazare submarine canyon
P TyLER, T Amaro, R ARzoLA, MR Cunha, HEN dE STIgTER, A Gooday, ...
Oceanography 22 (1), 46-57, 2009
Deep-sea macrofauna exposed to a simulated sedimentation event in the abyssal NE Atlantic: in situ pulse-chase experiments using 13C-labelled phytodetritus
N Aberle, U Witte
Marine Ecology Progress Series 251, 37-47, 2003
Decomposition of diatoms and nutrient dynamics in permeable North Sea sediments
S Ehrenhauss, U Witte, F Janssen, M Huettel
Continental Shelf Research 24 (6), 721-737, 2004
Particle capture and deposition by deep-sea sponges from the Norwegian-Greenland Sea
U Witte, T Brattegard, G Graf, B Springer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 154, 241-252, 1997
Scavenger assemblages under differing trophic conditions: a case study in the deep Arabian Sea
F Janßen, T Treude, U Witte
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 47 (14), 2999-3026, 2000
Seasonal reproduction in deep-sea sponges-triggered by vertical particle flux?
U Witte
Marine Biology 124 (4), 571-581, 1996
Benthic-pelagic coupling in the Greenland-Norwegian Sea and its effect on the geological record
G Graf, SA Gerlach, P Linke, W Queisser, W Ritzrau, A Scheltz, ...
Geologische Rundschau 84 (1), 49-58, 1995
The microbial community structure of different permeable sandy sediments characterized by the investigation of bacterial fatty acids and fluorescence in situ hybridization
SI Bühring, M Elvert, U Witte
Environmental Microbiology 7 (2), 281-293, 2005
Effect of advective pore water transport on distribution and degradation of diatoms in permeable North Sea sediments
S Ehrenhauss, U Witte, SI Bühring, M Huettel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 271, 99-111, 2004
Consumption of large carcasses by scavenger assemblages in the deep Arabian Sea: observations by baited camera
U Witte
Marine Ecology Progress Series 183, 139-147, 1999
Pore‐water advection and solute fluxes in permeable marine sediments (I): Calibration and performance of the novel benthic chamber system Sandy
F Janssen, P Faerber, M Huettel, V Meyer, U Witte
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (3), 768-778, 2005
Bioturbation in the abyssal Arabian Sea: influence of fauna and food supply
R Turnewitsch, U Witte, G Graf
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 47 (14), 2877-2911, 2000
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