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Details of Prof Angela Wulff   


Gender female
Job title Scientist
Department Biological and Environmental Sciences
University of Gothenburg ( BIOENV)
Carl Skottbergs gata 22b Gothenburg 40530
University of Gothenburg Carl Skottbergs gata 22b
Tel +46 31 773 2628
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Degree PhD
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities   Commercial shipping as a source of acidification in the Baltic Sea - effects on Baltic microbial communities, and sustainable development of microorganisms as a source of biofuel and different applications of biogenic silica, are currently my major research interests. For more basic (and applied) research I am focusing on the ecology and ecophysiology of aquatic microbenthic and pelagic communities with respect to effects related to climate change: temperature, ocean acidification and altered radiation. I have a special interest in microalgae (diatoms) and Baltic cyanobacteria.
Research Region 25, 86, 12, 85
Working languages English
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Prof Angela WULFF)

Croot P, Karlson B, Wulff A, Linares F, Andersson K (in press) Trace metal and phytoplankton interactions in the Skagerrak. Journal of Marine Systems Wängberg SÅ, Wulff A, Nilsson C, Stagell U (2001) Impact of UV-B radiation on microalgae and bacteria: a mesocosm study with computer modulated UV-B radiation addition. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 25, 75-86 Wulff A, Wängberg SÅ, Sundbäck K, Nilsson C, Underwood GJC (2000) Effects of UVB radiation on a marine microphytobenthic community growing on a sand-substratum under different nutrient conditions. Limnology and Oceanography, 45, 1144-1152 Wulff A, Nilsson C, Sundbäck K, Wängberg SÅ, Odmark S (1999) UV radiation effects on microbenthos- a four month field experiment. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 19, 269-278 Underwood GJC, Nilsson C, Sundbäck K, Wulff A (1999) Short-term effects of UVB radiation on chlorophyll fluorescence, biomass, pigments and carbohydrate fractions in a benthic diatom mat. Journal of Phycology, 35, 656-666 Froneman PW, Pahkomov EA, Turner D, Abrahamson K, Karlson B, Godhe A, Bertilsson S, Granéli W, Carlsson P, Wängberg SÅ, Wulff A, Croot P, Andersson K, Balarin M, Wedborg M, Persson T, Rasmus K, Ozturk M, David R (1998) Research cruise of the Scandinavian/South African Antarctic expedition, December 1997 to February 1998. South African Journal of Science, 94, 517-519 Odmark S, Wulff A, Wängberg SÅ, Nilsson C, Sundbäck K (1998) Effects of UV-B radiation in a microbenthic community of a marine shallow-water sandy sediment. Marine Biology, 132, 335-345 Sundbäck K, Odmark S, Wulff A, Nilsson C, Wängberg SÅ (1997) Effects of enhanced UV-B radiation on a marine benthic diatom mat. Marine Biology, 128, 171-179 Wulff A, Sundbäck K, Nilsson C, Jönsson B, Carlson L (1997) Effect of sediment load on the microbenthic community of a shallow-water sandy sediment. Estuaries, 20, 547-558 Sundbäck K, Carlson L, Nilsson C, Jönsson B, Wulff A, Odmark S (1996). Response of benthic microbial mats to drifting green algal mats. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 10, 195-208 Sundbäck K, Nilsson C, Odmark S, Wulff A (1996) Does ambient UV-B radiation influence marine diatom-dominated microbial mats? A case study. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 11, 151-159

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-06-19 Last Updated: 2016-07-05 by Angela WULFF