Sebastian Diehl

Contact Information

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Position:

Professor

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Works at:

Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Address:

Umeå universitet
SE-901 87 Umeå
Sverige

Visiting Address:

KB. H3, Linnaeus väg 6, Umeå, A3-20-21

Tel:

+46 90 786 57 38

Mobile Phone:

+46 70 544 82 08

Email:

sebastian.diehl@umu.seEmail 2

sebastian.diehl@emg.umu.seEmail 1

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Research

I am interested in how environmental factors and the presence/absence of key species drive and constrain consumer-resource interactions and the resulting ecosystem dynamics. The studied environmental factors include nutrient and light supply, turbulent mixing, and water temperature in freshwater lakes and marine environments, as well as physical transport processes and disturbances in streams. Study organisms include planktonic and benthic algae, bacteria, protists, planktonic microinvertebrates, benthic macroinvertebrates, fish, and water birds.

Dynamic systems behave often in unexpected ways. Where possible, I therefore translate assumptions into mathematical models from which I derive expectations. Assumptions and predictions of these models are then tested and refined in an iterative process involving field and laboratory experiments and, to a lesser extent, comparative field studies.

Publications

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Wickman, Jonas
Diehl, Sebastian
Blasius, Bernd; et al.

Determining Selection across Heterogeneous Landscapes: A Perturbation-Based Method and Its Application to Modeling Evolution in Space
American Naturalist, 189(4): 381-395

2017

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Uszko, Wojciech
Diehl, Sebastian
Englund, Göran; et al.

Effects of warming on predator-prey interactions - a resource-based approach and a theoretical synthesis
Ecology Letters, 20(4): 513-523

2017

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Vasconcelos, Francisco Rivera
Diehl, Sebastian
Rodriguez, Patricia; et al.

Asymmetrical competition between aquatic primary producers in a warmer and browner world
Ecology, 97(10): 2580-2592

2016

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Henriksson, Anna
Wardle A., David
Trygg, Johan; et al.

Strong invaders are strong defenders: implications for the resistance of invaded communities
Ecology Letters, 19(4): 487-494

2016

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Wollrab, Sabine
Diehl, Sebastian

Bottom-up responses of the lower oceanic food web are sensitive to copepod mortality and feeding behavior
Limnology and Oceanography, 60(2): 641-656

2015

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Diehl, Sebastian
Berger, Stella A.
Soissons, Quentin; et al.

An experimental demonstration of the critical depth principle
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72(6): 2051-2060

2015

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Declerck, Steven A. J.
Malo, Andrea R.
Diehl, Sebastian; et al.

Rapid adaptation of herbivore consumers to nutrient limitation: eco-evolutionary feedbacks to population demography and resource control
Ecology Letters, 18(6): 553-562

2015

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Uszko, Wojciech
Diehl, Sebastian
Pitsch, Nadine; et al.

When is a type III functional response stabilizing?: theory and practice of predicting plankton dynamics under enrichment
Ecology, 96(12): 3243-3256

2015

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Jäger, Christoph G.
Diehl, Sebastian

Resource competition across habitat boundaries: asymmetric interactions between benthic and pelagic producers
Ecological Monographs, 84(2): 287-302

2014

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Berger, Stella A.
Diehl, Sebastian
Stibor, Herwig; et al.

Separating effects of climatic drivers and biotic feedbacks on seasonal plankton dynamics: no sign of trophic mismatch
Freshwater Biology, 59(10): 2204-2220

2014

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