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Mats Björk
Mats Björk
Other namesMats Bjork, Mats Bjoerk
Professor of Marine Plant Physiology, Stockholm University
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A blueprint for blue carbon: toward an improved understanding of the role of vegetated coastal habitats in sequestering CO2
E Mcleod, GL Chmura, S Bouillon, R Salm, M Björk, CM Duarte, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (10), 552-560, 2011
33792011
Managing seagrasses for resilience to climate change
M Björk, F Short, E Mcleod, S Beer
IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. ISBN: 978-2-8317-1089., 2008
3452008
Measuring rates of photosynthesis of two tropical seagrasses by pulse amplitude modulated (PAM) fluorometry
S Beer, M Björk
Aquatic Botany 66 (1), 69-76, 2000
2242000
Seagrass ecosystems in the Western Indian Ocean
M Gullström, M de la Torre Castro, SO Bandeira, M Björk, M Dahlberg, ...
AMBIO: a Journal of the Human Environment 31 (7), 588-596, 2002
2002002
Seagrass photosynthesis controls rates of calcification and photosynthesis of calcareous macroalgae in a tropical seagrass meadow
IS Semesi, S Beer, M Björk
Marine Ecology Progress Series 382, 41-47, 2009
1932009
Assessment of changes in the seagrass-dominated submerged vegetation of tropical Chwaka Bay (Zanzibar) using satellite remote sensing
M Gullström, B Lundén, M Bodin, J Kangwe, MC Öhman, MSP Mtolera, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 67 (3), 399-408, 2006
1842006
Photosynthesis in the marine environment
S Beer, M Björk, J Beardall
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
1812014
Blue carbon storage capacity of temperate eelgrass (Zostera marina) meadows
ME Röhr, M Holmer, JK Baum, M Björk, D Chin, L Chalifour, S Cimon, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2018
1752018
Inorganic carbon utilization in marine angiosperms (seagrasses)
S Beer, M Bjork, F Hellblom, L Axelsson
Functional Plant Biology 29 (3), 349-354, 2002
1742002
Coralline Algae, Important Coral-reef Builders Threatened by Pollution
M Björk, SM Mohammed, M Björklund, A Semesi
Ambio 24 (7-8), 1995
1731995
Alterations in seawater pH and CO2 affect calcification and photosynthesis in the tropical coralline alga, Hydrolithon sp.(Rhodophyta)
IS Semesi, J Kangwe, M Björk
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 84 (3), 337-341, 2009
1712009
Photosynthetic tolerances to desiccation of tropical intertidal seagrasses
M Björk, J Uku, A Weil, S Beer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 191, 121-126, 1999
1641999
Blue Carbon Storage in Tropical Seagrass Meadows Relates to Carbonate Stock Dynamics, Plant–Sediment Processes, and Landscape Context: Insights from the Western Indian Ocean
M Gullström, LD Lyimo, M Dahl, GS Samuelsson, M Eggertsen, ...
Ecosystems 21, 551–566, 2018
1562018
Measurements of photosynthetic rates in seagrasses
S Beer, M Björk, R Gademann, P Ralph
Global seagrass research methods, 183-198, 2001
1542001
Sediment Properties as Important Predictors of Carbon Storage in Zostera marina Meadows: A Comparison of Four European Areas
M Dahl, D Deyanova, S Gütschow, ME Asplund, LD Lyimo, V Karamfilov, ...
PLoS One 11 (12), e0167493, 2016
1492016
Seagrass meadows
H Kennedy, M Björk
The management of natural coastal carbon sinks 23, 2009
133*2009
Role of carbonic anhydrase in photosynthesis and inorganic-carbon assimilation in the red alga Gracilaria tenuistipitata
K Haglund, M Björk, Z Ramazanov, G García-Reina, M Pedersén
Planta 187, 275-281, 1992
1291992
Inducible mechanisms for HCO3–utilization and repression of photorespiration in protoplasts and thalli of three species of Ulva (Chlorophyta)
M Björk, K Haglund, Z Ramazanov, M Pedersén
Journal of phycology 29 (2), 166-173, 1993
1161993
Effects of CO 2 enrichment on photosynthesis, growth, and nitrogen metabolism of the seagrass Zostera noltii
A Alexandre, J Silva, P Buapet, M Björk, R Santos
Ecology and Evolution 2 (10), 2625-2635, 2012
992012
Why is Ulva intestinalis the only macroalga inhabiting isolated rockpools along the Swedish Atlantic coast?
M Björk, L Axelsson, S Beer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 284, 109-116, 2004
992004
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