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Piet Spaak
Piet Spaak
Group Leader, Eawag, Switzerland
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Chemically induced anti-predator defences in plankton: a review
S Lass, P Spaak
Hydrobiologia 491 (1), 221-239, 2003
4532003
Predator-Mediated Plasticity in Morphology, Life History, and Behavior of Daphnia: The Uncoupling of Responses
M Boersma, P Spaak, L De Meester
The American Naturalist 152 (2), 237-248, 1998
3601998
The ecological forecast horizon, and examples of its uses and determinants
OL Petchey, M Pontarp, TM Massie, S Kéfi, A Ozgul, M Weilenmann, ...
Ecology letters 18 (7), 597-611, 2015
2832015
Genetic markers, genealogies and biogeographic patterns in the cladocera
K Schwenk, A Sand, M Boersma, M Brehm, E Mader, D Offerhaus, ...
Aquatic Ecology 32, 37-51, 1998
1721998
Homogenization of lake cyanobacterial communities over a century of climate change and eutrophication
ME Monchamp, P Spaak, I Domaizon, N Dubois, D Bouffard, F Pomati
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (2), 317-324, 2018
1632018
Environmental stress and local adaptation in Daphnia magna
L De Meester, M Boersma, P Spaak
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (2), 393-402, 1999
1501999
The impact of human-made ecological changes on the genetic architecture of Daphnia species
N Brede, C Sandrock, D Straile, P Spaak, T Jankowski, B Streit, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (12), 4758-4763, 2009
1392009
Population genetic structure of 3 alpine stream insects: influences of gene flow, demographics, and habitat fragmentation
MT Monaghan, P Spaak, CT Robinson, JV Ward
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21 (1), 114-131, 2002
1252002
Evolutionary and ecological consequences of interspecific hybridization in cladocerans
K Schwenk, P Spaak
Experientia 51 (5), 465-481, 1995
1211995
Sedimentary DNA reveals cyanobacterial community diversity over 200 years in two perialpine lakes
ME Monchamp, JC Walser, F Pomati, P Spaak
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 82 (21), 6472-6482, 2016
1002016
Life history variation and the coexistence of a Daphnia hybrid with its parental species
P Spaak, JR Hoekstra
Ecology 76 (2), 553-564, 1995
1001995
THE COST OF BEING COMMON: EVIDENCE FROM NATURAL DAPHNIA POPULATIONS
J Wolinska, P Spaak
Evolution 63 (7), 1893-1901, 2009
982009
Genetic structure of cyclic parthenogenetic zooplankton populations-a conceptual framework
L De Meester, J Vanoverbeke, K De Gelas, R Ortells, P Spaak
Archiv Fur Hydrobiologie 167 (1-4), 217-244, 2006
922006
Microsatellite markers for European Daphnia
N Brede, A Thielsch, C Sandrock, P Spaak, B Keller, B Streit, K Schwenk
Molecular Ecology Notes 6 (2), 536-539, 2006
872006
Macroinvertebrate diversity in fragmented Alpine streams: implications for freshwater conservation
MT Monaghan, CT Robinson, P Spaak, JV Ward
Aquatic Sciences 67, 454-464, 2005
872005
Nonrandom sexual reproduction and diapausing egg production in a Daphnia hybrid species complex
B Keller, P Spaak
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (4part2), 1393-1400, 2004
852004
Genetic differentiation of Baetis alpinus Pictet (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) in fragmented alpine streams
MT Monaghan, P Spaak, CT Robinson, JV Ward
Heredity 86 (4), 395-403, 2001
852001
The coexistence of hybrid and parental Daphnia: the role of parasites
J Wolinska, K Bittner, D Ebert, P Spaak
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1596), 1977-1983, 2006
842006
Spatial, environmental and anthropogenic effects on the taxon composition of hybridizing Daphnia
B Keller, J Wolinska, M Manca, P Spaak
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
822008
On the cost of vertical migration: are feeding conditions really worse at greater depths?
M Winder, M Boersma, P Spaak
Freshwater Biology 48 (3), 383-393, 2003
802003
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