Publications with ERGOM

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Bruggeman, J., Burchard, H., Kooi, B.W., Sommeijer, B., 2007. A second-order, unconditionally positive, mass-conserving integration scheme for biochemical systems. Applied numerical mathematics 57, 36–58.
Burchard, H., Bolding, K., Kühn, W., Meister, A., Neumann, T., Umlauf, L., 2006. Description of a flexible and extendable physical–biogeochemical model system for the water column. Journal of Marine Systems 61, 180–211.
Eilola, K., Gustafsson, B.G., Kuznetsov, I., Meier, H.E.M., Neumann, T., Savchuk, O.P., 2011. Evaluation of biogeochemical cycles in an ensemble of three state-of-the-art numerical models of the Baltic Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 88, 267–284.
Fennel, W., 2001. Modeling of copepods with links to circulation models. Journal of Plankton Research 23, 1217–1232.
Fennel, W., Neumann, T., 2001. Coupling biology and oceanography in models. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 30, 232–236.
Fennel, W., Neumann, T., 2003. Variability of copepods as seen in a coupled physical biological model of the Baltic Sea, in: ICES Marine Science Symposia. pp. 208–219.
Fennel, W., Neumann, T., 2004. Introduction to the modelling of marine ecosystems. Gulf Professional Publishing.
Friedland, R., Neumann, T., Schernewski, G., 2012. Climate change and the Baltic Sea action plan: Model simulations on the future of the western Baltic Sea. Journal of Marine Systems.
Gräwe, U., Burchard, H., 2011. Regionalisation of Climate Scenarios for the Western Baltic Sea, in: Global Change and Baltic Coastal Zones. Springer, pp. 3–22.
H\aakanson, L., Bryhn, A.C., 2008. Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea: Present situation, nutrient transport processes, remedial strategies. Springer.
Hansen, F.C., Möllmann, C., Schütz, U., Neumann, T., 2006. Spatio-temporal distribution and production of calanoid copepods in the central Baltic Sea. Journal of Plankton Research 28, 39–54.
Hense, I., Beckmann, A., 2006. Towards a model of cyanobacteria life cycle—effects of growing and resting stages on bloom formation of N< sub> 2</sub>-fixing species. Ecological Modelling 195, 205–218.
Hense, I., Burchard, H., 2010. Modelling cyanobacteria in shallow coastal seas. Ecological Modelling 221, 238–244.
Herzfeld, M., Schmidt, M., Griffies, S.M., Liang, Z., 2011. Realistic test cases for limited area ocean modelling. Ocean modelling 37, 1–34.
Janssen, F., Neumann, T., Schmidt, M., 2004. Inter-annual variability in cyanobacteria blooms in the Baltic Sea controlled by wintertime hydrographic conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series 275, 59–68.
Kremp, C., Seifert, T., Mohrholz, V., Fennel, W., 2007. The oxygen dynamics during Baltic inflow events in 2001 to 2003 and the effect of different meteorological forcing—A model study. Journal of Marine Systems 67, 13–30.
Kuznetsov, I., 2008. Simulation of oxygen dynamics in the Baltic Sea deep water. Rostock, Univ., Diss., 2009.
Kuznetsov, I., Neumann, T., 2012. Simulation of carbon dynamics in the Baltic Sea with a 3D model. Journal of Marine Systems.
Kuznetsov, I., Neumann, T., Burchard, H., 2008. Model study on the ecosystem impact of a variable C: N: P ratio for cyanobacteria in the Baltic Proper. Ecological Modelling 219, 107–114.
Lessin, G., Raudsepp, U., Maljutenko, I., Laanemets, J., Passenko, J., Jaanus, A., 2013. Model study on present and future eutrophication and nitrogen fixation in the Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea. Journal of Marine Systems.
Lessin, G., Raudsepp, U., Stips, A., 2014. Modelling the Influence of Major Baltic Inflows on Near-Bottom Conditions at the Entrance of the Gulf of Finland. PLoS ONE 9(11): e112881. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0112881
Lessin, G., Stips, A., 2010. Modeling the response of the Gulf of Finland ecosystem to changing climate, in: Baltic International Symposium (BALTIC), 2010 IEEE/OES US/EU. pp. 1–9.
Lessin, G., Stips, A., 2012. Modeling of eutrophication processes in the Gulf of Finland during 1991–2010, in: Baltic International Symposium (BALTIC), 2012 IEEE/OES. pp. 1–7.
Maar, M., Møller, E.F., Gürkan, Z., Jónasdóttir, S.H., Nielsen, T.G., 2012. Sensitivity of< i> Calanus</i> spp. copepods to environmental changes in the North Sea using life-stage structured models. Progress in Oceanography.
Maar, M., Møller, E.F., Larsen, J., Madsen, K.S., Wan, Z., She, J., Jonasson, L., Neumann, T., 2011. Ecosystem modelling across a salinity gradient from the North Sea to the Baltic Sea. Ecological Modelling 222, 1696–1711.
Marta-Almeida, M., Reboreda, R., Rocha, C., Dubert, J., Nolasco, R., Cordeiro, N., Luna, T., Rocha, A., e Silva, J.D.L., Queiroga, H., 2012. Towards Operational Modeling and Forecasting of the Iberian Shelves Ecosystem. PloS one 7, e37343.
Meier, H.M., Andersson, H.C., Arheimer, B., Blenckner, T., Chubarenko, B., Donnelly, C., Eilola, K., Gustafsson, B.G., Hansson, A., Havenhand, J., 2012a. Comparing reconstructed past variations and future projections of the Baltic Sea ecosystem—first results from multi-model ensemble simulations. Environmental Research Letters 7, 034005.
Meier, H.M., Andersson, H.C., Eilola, K., Gustafsson, B.G., Kuznetsov, I., Müller-Karulis, B., Neumann, T., Savchuk, O.P., 2011. Hypoxia in future climates: A model ensemble study for the Baltic Sea. Geophysical Research Letters 38.
Meier, H.M., Müller-Karulis, B., Andersson, H.C., Dieterich, C., Eilola, K., Gustafsson, B.G., Höglund, A., Hordoir, R., Kuznetsov, I., Neumann, T., 2012b. Impact of climate change on ecological quality indicators and biogeochemical fluxes in the Baltic Sea: a multi-model ensemble study. Ambio 41, 558–573.
Miladinova, S., Stips, A., 2009. The relative importance of selected factors controlling the oxygen dynamics in the water column of the Baltic Sea. Ocean Science Discussions 6, 2115.
Miladinova, S., Stips, A., 2010. Sensitivity of oxygen dynamics in the water column of the Baltic Sea to external forcing. Ocean Science 6, 461–474.
Neumann, T., 2000. Towards a 3D-ecosystem model of the Baltic Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 25, 405–419.
Neumann, T., 2007. The fate of river-borne nitrogen in the Baltic Sea–An example for the River Oder. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 73, 1–7.
Neumann, T., 2010. Climate-change effects on the Baltic Sea ecosystem: A model study. Journal of Marine Systems 81, 213–224.
Neumann, T., Eilola, K., Gustafsson, B., Müller-Karulis, B., Kuznetsov, I., Meier, H.E.M., Savchuk, O.P., 2012. Extremes of Temperature, Oxygen and Blooms in the Baltic Sea in a Changing Climate. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 41, 574–585.
Neumann, T., Fennel, W., 2006. A method to represent seasonal vertical migration of zooplankton in 3D-Eulerian models. Ocean Modelling 12, 188–204.
Neumann, T., Fennel, W., Kremp, C., 2002. Experimental simulations with an ecosystem model of the Baltic Sea: a nutrient load reduction experiment. Global biogeochemical cycles 16, 7–1.
Neumann, T., Kremp, C., 2005. A model study with light-dependent mortality rates of copepod stages. Journal of Marine Systems 56, 416–434.
NEUMANN, T., KREMP, C., 2002. Nutrients load reduction experiments with a three dimensional Baltic Sea ecosystem model, in: ICES Council Meeting Documents.
NEUMANN, T., KREMP, C., FENNEL, W., 2003. A stage resolving model of Copepods coupled with a 3-dimensional biogeochemical model of the Baltic Sea, in: ICES Council Meeting Documents. ICES, Copenhagen.
Neumann, T., Schernewski, G., 2001. Cost-effective versus proportional nutrient load reductions to the Baltic Sea: Spatial impact analysis with a 3D-ecosystem model. Water Pollution VI-Modelling, Measuring and Prediction. Witpress, Southampton 269–278.
Neumann, T., Schernewski, G., 2002. Will algal blooms in the Baltic Sea increase in future? Model simulations with different eutrophication combat strategies. GermanNational IHP-OHP Committee (ed.): Low-lying Coastal Areas–Hydrology and Integrated Coastal Zone Management. UNESCO International Hydrological Programme (IHP) and WMO Operational Hydrology Programme (OHP)–Reports, special 139–145.
Neumann, T., Schernewski, G., 2005. An ecological model evaluation of two nutrient abatement strategies for the Baltic Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 56, 195–206.
Neumann, T., Schernewski, G., 2008. Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea and shifts in nitrogen fixation analyzed with a 3D ecosystem model. Journal of Marine Systems 74, 592–602.
Neumann, T., Koponen, S., Attila, J., Brockmann, C., Kallio, K., Kervinen, M., Mazeran, C., Muller, D., Philipson, P., Thulin, S., Vakeva, S., Ylostalo, P., 2021. Optical model for the Baltic Sea with an explicit CDOM state variable: a case study with Model ERGOM (version 1.2). GEOSCIENTIFIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT, doi: 10.5194/gmd-14-5049-2021
Radtke, H., Neumann, T., Fennel, W., 2013. A Eulerian nutrient to fish model of the Baltic Sea — A feasibility-study. Journal of Marine Systems 125, 61–76.
Radtke, H., Neumann, T., Voss, M., Fennel, W., 2012. Modeling pathways of riverine nitrogen and phosphorus in the Baltic Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117, n/a–n/a.
Rennau, H., Schimmels, S., Burchard, H., 2012. On the effect of structure-induced resistance and mixing on inflows into the Baltic Sea: A numerical model study. Coastal Engineering 60, 53–68.
Schernewski, G., Behrendt, H., Neumann, T., 2008. An integrated river basin-coast-sea modelling scenario for nitrogen management in coastal waters. Journal of Coastal Conservation 12, 53–66.
Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., 2002a. Impact of river basin management on the Baltic Sea: Ecological and economical implications of different nutrient load reduction strategies, in: Proceedings of the International Conference “Sustainable Management of Transboundary Waters in Europe”, UNECE. pp. 21–24.
Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., 2002b. Perspectives on eutrophication abatement in the Baltic Sea, in: Proccedings of the International Conference LITTORAL 2002. The Changing COAST EUROCOAST/EUCC (EUROCOAST–Portugal Edition). pp. 503–512.
Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., 2005. The trophic state of the Baltic Sea a century ago: a model simulation study. Journal of Marine Systems 53, 109–124.
Schernewski, Gerald, Neumann, T., Behrendt, H., 2011. Sources, dynamics and management of phosphorus in a southern Baltic estuary, in: The Baltic Sea Basin. Springer, pp. 373–388.
Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., Opitz, D., Venohr, M., 2011. Long-term eutrophication history and ecosystem changes in a large Baltic river basin–estuarine system.
Schernewski, G., Neumann, T., Podsetchine, V., Siegel, H., 2001. Spatial impact of the Oder river plume on water quality along the south-western Baltic coast. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 204, 143–155.
Schernewski, G., Stybel, N., Neumann, T., 2012. Zebra Mussel Farming in the Szczecin(Oder) Lagoon: Water-Quality Objectives and Cost-Effectiveness. Ecology and Society 17, 4.
Schmidt, M., Fennel, W., Neumann, T., Seifert, T., 2008. Description of the Baltic Sea with numerical models. State and Evolution of the Baltic Sea, 1952-2005: A Detailed 50-Year Survey of Meteorology and Climate, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Marine Environment 583–624.
Störmer, O., 2011. Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Waters of the Baltic Sea, in: Global Change and Baltic Coastal Zones. Springer, pp. 51–69.
Voss, M., Dippner, J.W., Humborg, C., Hürdler, J., Korth, F., Neumann, T., Schernewski, G., Venohr, M., 2011. History and scenarios of future development of Baltic Sea eutrophication. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92, 307–322.
Wan, Z., Bi, H., 2014. Comparing model scenarios of variable plankton N/P ratio versus the constant one for the application in the Baltic Sea. Ecological Modelling 272, 28-39.
Wan, Z., Bi, H., She, J., 2013. Comparison of two light attenuation parameterization focusing on timing of spring bloom and primary production in the Baltic Sea. Ecological Modelling 259, 40–49.
Wan, Z., She, J., Maar, M., Jonasson, L., Baasch-Larsen, J., 2012. Assessment of a physical-biogeochemical coupled model system for operational service in the Baltic Sea. Ocean Science 8, 683.
Wan, Z., Jonasson, L., Bi, H., 2011. N/P ratio of nutrient uptake in the Baltic Sea. OceanScience 7, 693–704.