Wojciech Uszko

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Position:

Research assistant

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Works at:

Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Address:

Umeå universitet
SE-901 87 Umeå
Sverige

Visiting Address:

KBC-huset, plan 3, Linnaeus väg 6, Umeå, A3-18-15

Tel:

+46 90 786 74 61

Email:

wojciech.uszko@umu.seEmail 1

wojciech.uszko@emg.umu.seEmail 2

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Research

My scientific interests are focused on inter- and intraspecific interactions in the pelagic plankton communities. In my PhD project I deal with competition in algae-grazers systems, trying to merge the stage-structured population models with ecological stoichiometry using both empirical and mathematical approaches.

Publications

Gliwicz, Z. M., Maszczyk, P. and Uszko, W. (2012), Enhanced growth at low population density in Daphnia: the absence of crowding effects or relief from visual predation?. Freshwater Biology, 57: 1166–1179.

Pardo I., Poikane S., Bonne W. (main authors); Uszko W., van de Bund W., Owen R., Kelly M., Pont D., Birk S., Bennett C., Gómez-Rodríguez C., Wolfram G., Ecke F., van den Berg M., Ritterbusch D., Phillips G., Brucet S, Ortiz-Casas J. (secondary authors) (2011). Revision of the consistency in reference criteria application in the phase one of the European Intercalibration Exercise. Publications Office of the European Union. ISBN: 978-92-79-20443-2.

Publications

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Uszko, Wojciech

Effects of warming and nutrient enrichment on feeding behavior, population stability and persistence of consumers and their resources

2016

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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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Liess, Antonia
Faithfull, Carolyn
Reichstein, Birte; et al.

Terrestrial runoff may reduce microbenthic net community productivity by increasing turbidity: a Mediterranean coastal lagoon mesocosm experiment
Hydrobiologia, 753(1): 205-218

2015

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