Erik Kristensen
Erik Kristensen
Lektor i biologi, Syddansk Universitet
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Organic carbon dynamics in mangrove ecosystems: a review
E Kristensen, S Bouillon, T Dittmar, C Marchand
Aquatic botany 89 (2), 201-219, 2008
Mangrove production and carbon sinks: a revision of global budget estimates
S Bouillon, AV Borges, E Castañeda‐Moya, K Diele, T Dittmar, NC Duke, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 22 (2), 2008
What is bioturbation? The need for a precise definition for fauna in aquatic sciences
E Kristensen, G Penha-Lopes, M Delefosse, T Valdemarsen, ...
Marine ecology progress series 446, 285-302, 2012
Organic matter diagenesis at the oxic/anoxic interface in coastal marine sediments, with emphasis on the role of burrowing animals
E Kristensen
Life at Interfaces and Under Extreme Conditions: Proceedings of the 33rd …, 2000
Aquatic geomicrobiology
DE Canfield, E Kristensen, B Thamdrup
Gulf Professional Publishing, 2005
Mangrove crabs as ecosystem engineers; with emphasis on sediment processes
E Kristensen
Journal of sea Research 59 (1-2), 30-43, 2008
Aerobic and anaerobic decomposition of organic matter in marine sediment: which is fastest?
E Kristensen, SI Ahmed, AH Devol
Limnology and oceanography 40 (8), 1430-1437, 1995
The fate of organic carbon and nitrogen in experimental marine sediment systems: influence of bioturbation and anoxia
E Kristensen, TH Blackburn
Journal of Marine Research 45 (1), 231-257, 1987
Impact of marine fish cage farming on metabolism and sulfate reduction of underlying sediments.
M Holmer, E Kristensen
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 80 (2), 191-201, 1992
Macrofaunal burrows and irrigation in marine sediment: microbiological and biogeochemical interactions
E Kristensen, JE Kostka
Interactions between macro‐and microorganisms in marine sediments 60, 125-157, 2005
Decomposition of plant materials in marine sediment exposed to different electron acceptors (O2, NO3−, and SO42−), with emphasis on substrate origin, degradation kinetics, and …
E Kristensen, M Holmer
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (3), 419-433, 2001
Determination of organic carbon in marine sediments: a comparison of two CHN-analyzer methods
E Kristensen, FØ Andersen
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 109 (1), 15-23, 1987
Benthic fauna and biogeochemical processes in marine sediments: microbial activities and fluxes
E Kristensen
Nitrogen cycling in coastal marine environments, 275-299, 1988
Control by fiddler crabs (Uca vocans) and plant roots (Avicennia marina) on carbon, iron, and sulfur biogeochemistry in mangrove sediment
E Kristensen, DM Alongi
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (4), 1557-1571, 2006
The rates and pathways of carbon oxidation in bioturbated saltmarsh sediments
JE Kostka, B Gribsholt, E Petrie, D Dalton, H Skelton, E Kristensen
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (1), 230-240, 2002
Effects of two polychaete worms, Nereis diversicolor and Arenicola marina, on aerobic and anaerobic decomposition in a sandy marine sediment
GT Banta, M Holmer, MH Jensen, E Kristensen
Aquatic microbial ecology 19 (2), 189-204, 1999
Impact of polychaetes (Nereis spp. and Arenicola marina) on carbon biogeochemistry in coastal marine sedimentsPresented during the ACS Division of Geochemistry symposium …
E Kristensen
Geochemical Transactions 2 (12), 92-103, 2001
Importance of intertidal sediment processes and porewater exchange on the water column biogeochemistry in a pristine mangrove creek (Ras Dege, Tanzania)
S Bouillon, JJ Middelburg, F Dehairs, AV Borges, G Abril, MR Flindt, ...
Biogeosciences 4 (3), 311-322, 2007
The impact of polychaete (Nereis virens Sars) burrows on nitrification and nitrate reduction in estuarine sediments
E Kristensen, MH Jensen, TK Andersen
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 85 (1), 75-91, 1985
Carbon and nitrogen mineralization in sediments of the Bangrong mangrove area, Phuket, Thailand
E Kristensen, FØ Andersen, N Holmboe, M Holmer, N Thongtham
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 22 (2), 199-213, 2000
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