Kathrin Busch
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Natural variability or anthropogenically-induced variation? Insights from 15 years of multidisciplinary observations at the Arctic marine LTER site HAUSGARTEN
T Soltwedel, E Bauerfeind, M Bergmann, A Bracher, N Budaeva, K Busch, ...
Ecological Indicators 65, 89-102, 2016
Bacterial colonization and vertical distribution of marine gel particles (TEP and CSP) in the Arctic Fram Strait
K Busch, S Endres, MH Iversen, J Michels, EM Nöthig, A Engel
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 166, 2017
Compositional and quantitative insights into bacterial and archaeal communities of South Pacific deep-sea sponges (Demospongiae and Hexactinellida)
G Steinert, K Busch, K Bayer, S Kodami, PM Arbizu, M Kelly, S Mills, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 11, 716, 2020
Pteropod sedimentation patterns in different water depths observed with moored sediment traps over a 4-year period at the LTER station HAUSGARTEN in eastern Fram Strait
K Busch, E Bauerfeind, EM Nöthig
Polar Biology 38 (6), 845-859, 2015
On giant shoulders: How a seamount affects the microbial community composition of seawater and sponges
K Busch, U Hanz, F Mienis, B Mueller, A Franke, EM Roberts, HT Rapp, ...
Biogeosciences 17, 3471–3486, 2020
Microbial diversity of the glass sponge Vazella pourtalesii in response to anthropogenic activities
K Busch, L Beazley, E Kenchington, F Whoriskey, BM Slaby, U Hentschel
Conservation Genetics 21 (6), 1001-1010, 2020
Comparative microbiome and metabolome analyses of the marine tunicate Ciona intestinalis from native and invaded habitats
C Utermann, M Blümel, K Busch, L Buedenbender, Y Lin, BA Haltli, ...
Microorganisms 8 (12), 2022, 2020
Chloroflexi dominate the deep-sea golf ball sponges Craniella zetlandica and Craniella infrequens throughout different life stages
K Busch, E Wurz, HT Rapp, K Bayer, A Franke, U Hentschel
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 674, 2020
Microbial strategies for survival in the glass sponge Vazella pourtalesii
K Bayer*, K Busch*, E Kenchington, L Beazley, S Franzenburg, J Michels, ...
mSystems 5, e00473-20, 2020
On the way to specificity ‐ Microbiome reflects sponge genetic cluster primarily in highly structured populations
C Díez‐Vives, S Taboada, C Leiva, K Busch, U Hentschel, A Riesgo
Molecular Ecology 29, 4412–4427, 2020
Population connectivity of fan-shaped sponge holobionts in the deep Cantabrian Sea
K Busch, S Taboada, A Riesgo, V Koutsouveli, P Ríos, J Cristobo, A Franke, K ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 167, 103427, 2021
Lower Vibrio spp. abundances in Zostera marina leaf canopies suggest a novel ecosystem function for temperate seagrass beds
TBH Reusch, PR Schubert, SM Marten, D Gill, R Karez, K Busch, ...
Marine Biology 168, 149, 2021
DNA‐stable isotope probing (DNA‐SIP) identifies marine sponge‐associated bacteria actively utilizing dissolved organic matter (DOM)
S Campana, K Busch, U Hentschel, G Muyzer, JM de Goeij
Environmental Microbiology 23 (8), 4489–4504, 2021
A microbial nitrogen engine modulated by bacteriosyncytia in hexactinellid sponges: Ecological implications for deep-sea communities
M Maldonado, M López-Acosta, K Busch, B Slaby, K Bayer, L Beazley, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 638505, 2021
Biogeography rather than substrate type determines bacterial colonization dynamics of marine plastics
AK Coons, K Busch, M Lenz, U Hentschel, E Borchert
PeerJ 9, e12135, 2021
Giant sponge grounds of Central Arctic seamounts are associated with extinct seep life
TM Morganti, BM Slaby, A de Kluijver, K Busch, U Hentschel, ...
Nature communications 13, 638, 2022
Genetic diversity, gene flow and hybridization in fan-shaped sponges (Phakellia spp.) in the North-East Atlantic deep sea
S Taboada, P Ríos, A Mitchell, A Cranston, K Busch, V Tonzo, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, doi: 10.1016/j.dsr …, 2022
Marine sponges maintain stable bacterial communities between reef sites with different coral to algae cover ratios
S Campana, C Demey, K Busch, U Hentschel, G Muyzer, JM de Goeij
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 97 (9), fiab115, 2021
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