Publikationen

  • Hübner D, Gerke M, Fricke R, Schneider J, Winkelmann C (2020) Cypriniform fish in running waters reduce hyporheic oxygen depletion in a eutrophic river, Freshwater Biology, DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13517, Download
  • Gültekin Z, Hellmann C, Aydin R, Winkelmann C (2019) Possible indices for the assessment of ecological stream quality based on macroinvertebrates in Euphrates tributaries (Turkey), Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 34: 783-806, Download
  • Peez N, Becker J, Ehlers S, Fritz1 M, Fischer CM, Koop JHE, Winkelmann C, Imhof W (2019) Quantitative analysis of PET microplastics in environmental model samples using quantitative H-1-NMR spectroscopy: validation of an optimized and consistent sample clean-up method, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 411. 7409-7418
  • Koester M, Schneider M, Hellmann C, Becker J, Winkelmann C, Gergs R (2018) Is the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus the main factor structuring the benthic community across different types of water bodies in the River Rhine system? Limnologica 71: 44-50
  • Chemnitz J, Fujan I S, Winkelmann C, Steiger S (2018) Why are males more attractive after brood care? Proximate causes of enhanced sex pheromone emission in a burying beetle. Physiological Entomology, 43: 128-128
  • Worischka S, Richter L, Hänig A, Hellmann C, Becker J, Kratina P, Winkelmann C (2018) Food consumption of the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus in field mesocosms and its effects on leaf decomposition and periphyton. Aquatic Invasions, 13: 261-275
  • Richter L, Schwenkmezger L, Becker J, Winkelmann C, Hellmann C, Worischka S (2018) The very hungry amphipod: the invasive Dikerogammarus villosus shows high consumption rates for two food sources and independent of predator cues. Biological Invasions, 20: 1321-1335,  DOI: 10.1007/s10530-017-1629-4
  • Gerke M, Cob Chaves D, Richter M, Mewes D, Schneider J, Hübner D, Winkelmann C (2018) Benthic grazing in a eutrophic river: cascading effects of zoobenthivorous fish mask direct effects of herbivorous fish. PeerJ PeerJ 6:e4381; Download
  • Hoppeler F, Winkelmann C, Becker J, Pauls SU (2018) Larval growth and metabolic energy storage of Micropterna lateralis (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) in an intermittent stream: glycogen dominates in final instars. Hydrobiologia 806: 175-185.
          • Gültekin Z, Aydin R, Winkelmann C (2017) Macroinvertebrate composition in the metarhitral zones of the Munzur and Pülümür Rivers: A preliminary study. Turkish Journalof Zoology 41: 1100-1104.
          • Gültekin Z, Remmers W, Aydin R, Winkelmann C, Hellmann C (2017): Characterisation of natural streams using community indices and basal resources of macroinvertebrates in the upper Euphrates Basin. Limnologica. 65: 34–37
          • Mewes D, Spielvogel S, Winkelmann C (2017) RNA/DNA ratio as a growth indicator of stream periphyton. Freshwater Biology. 62: 807-818
          • Hellmann C., Schöll F., Worischka S., Becker J., Winkelmann C. (2017) River-specific effects of the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus (Crustacea: Amphipoda) on benthic communities. Biological Invasions. 19: 381–398; Download
          • Taupp, T., Hellmann, C., Gergs, R., Winkelmann, C., Wetzel, M.A. (2017): Life under exceptional conditions - isotopic niches of benthic invertebrates in the estuarine maximum turbidity zone.
            Estuaries and Coasts; DOI 10.1007/s12237-016-0163-4
          • Bol R, Julich D, Brödlin D, Siemens J, Kaiser K, Dippold M, Spielvogel S, Zilla T, Mewes D, von Blanckenburg F, Puhlmann H, Holzmann S, Weiler M, Amelung W, Lang F, Kuzyakov Y, Feger K-H, Gottselig N, Klumpp E, Missong A, Winkelmann C, Uhlig D, Sohrt J, von Wilpert K, Wu B, Hagedorn F (2016) Dissolved and colloidal phosphorus fluxes in forest ecosystems – an almost blind spot in ecosystem research. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 179: 425–438. Download
          • Fernández D, Tummala M, Schreiner V, Duarte S, Pascoal C, Winkelmann C, Mewes D, Muñoz K, Schäfer R (2016) Does nutrient enrichment compensate fungicide effects on litter decomposition and decomposer communities in streams? Aquatic Toxicology 174: 169–178
          • Hellmann C, Worischka S, Mehler E, Becker J, Gergs R, Winkelmann C (2015) The trophic function of Dikerogammarus villosus (Sowinsky, 1894) in invaded rivers: a case study in the Elbe and Rhine. Aquatic Invasions, 10: 385-397. Download
            • Normant-Saremba M, Becker J, Winkelmann C (2015) Physiological and behavioral responses of the invasive amphipod, Dikerogammarus villosus to ammonia. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 189: 107-114
              • Worischka S, Schmidt SI, Hellmann C, Winkelmann C (2015) Selective predation by benthivorous fish on stream macroinvertebrates – the role of prey traits and prey abundance. Limnologica 52: 41-50
              • Szokoli F, Winkelmann C, Berendonk T U, Worischka, S (2015) The role of fish kairomones and food availability for the predator avoidance behaviour of Gammarus pulex. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 186: 249-258
              • Worischka S, Hellmann C, Berendonk T U, and Winkelmann C (2014) Fish predation can induce mesohabitat-specific differences in food web structures in small stream ecosystems. Aquatic Ecology 48: 367-378
              • Winkelmann C, Schneider J, Mewes D, Schmidt SI, Worischka S, Hellmann C, Benndorf, J (2014) Top-down and Bottom-up Control of Periphyton in a Natural Stream Ecosystem. Freshwater Biology 59: 803–818
              • Schneider J, Worischka S, Hellmann C, Benndorf J, Winkelmann C (2014) Flexibility in feeding periodicity of mayflies in response to different concentrations of benthivorous fish cues. Limnologica 45: 24–32
              • Hellmann C, Wissel B, Winkelmann C (2013) Omnivores as seasonally important predators in a stream food web. Freshwater Science 32:548–562
              • Schäffer M, Winkelmann C, Hellmann C, Benndorf J (2013) Reduced drift activity of two benthic invertebrate species is mediated by infochemicals of benthic fish. Aquatic Ecology 47: 99-107
              • Becker J, Ortmann C, Wetzel M, Winkelmann C, Koop JHE (2013) Mate guarding in relation to seasonal changes in the energy reserves of two freshwater amphipods (Gammarus fossarum, G. pulex). Freshwater Biology 58: 372-381
              • Rybicki M, Winkelmann C, Hellmann C, Bartels P, Jungmann D (2012) Herbicide indirectly reduces physiological condition of a benthic grazer. Aquatic Ecology 17: 153–166
              • Worischka S, Koebsch C, Hellmann C, Winkelmann C (2012) Habitat overlap between benthic fish predators and their invertebrate prey in streams: The influence of spatial versus temporal patterns on predation risk. Freshwater Biology 57:2247-2261
              • Koop JHE, Winkelmann C, Becker J, Hellmann C, Ortmann C (2011) Physiological indicators of fitness in benthic invertebrates: a useful measure for ecological health assessment and experimental ecology. Aquatic Ecology 45, 547-559.
              • Hellmann, C.; Winkelmann, C.; Worischka, S.; Benndorf, J. (2011) Extended larval development compensates for subletha leffects of fish predation in a mayfly population (Rhithrogena semicolorata, Ephemeroptera). Limnologica 41: 256-265.
              • Winkelmann, C.; Hellmann, C.; Worischka, S.; Petzoldt, T.; Benndorf, J. (2011) Fish predation affects the structure of a benthic community. Freshwater Biology 56: 1030–1046.
              • Schmidt, S.I., König-Rinke, M., Kornek, K., Winkelmann, C., Wetzel, M.A., Koop, J.H.E., Benndorf, J. (2009) Finding appropriate reference sites in large-scale aquatic field experiments. Aquatic Ecology 43: 169-179.
              • Koop, J.H.E., Schäffer, M., Ortmann, C., Winkelmann, C. (2008) Towards environmental assessment of river ecosystems by analyzing energy reserves of aquatic invertebrates. Limnologica 38: 378–387.
              • Winkelmann, C., Koop, J.H.E., Matthaei, C, Petzoldt, T. & Benndorf, J. (2008) Benthivorous fish reduce stream invertebrate drift in a large-scale field experiment. Aquat. Ecol. 42: 483-493.
              • Winkelmann, C., Worischka, S., Koop, J.H.E. & Benndorf, J. (2007) Predation effects of benthivorous fish on grazing and shredding macroinvertebrates in a detritus-based stream food web – a large scale approach. Limnologica 37: 121–128.
              • Winkelmann, C. & Koop J.H.E (2007) The management of metabolic energy storage during the life-cycle of mayflies: A comparative field investigation of the collector-gatherer Ephemera danica  and the scraper Rhithrogena semicolorata. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 177:119-128.
              • Winkelmann, C., Koop, J.H.E. & Benndorf, J. (2003): Abiotic features and macroinvertebrate colonization of the hyporheic zones of two tributaries of the river Elbe (Germany). Limnologia 33: 112-121.