Brian R. MacKenzie
Brian R. MacKenzie
Professor of Marine Fish Population Ecology, National Institute for Aquatic Resources, DTU Aqua
Adresse e-mail validée de aqua.dtu.dk
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Evidence for a dome‐shaped relationship between turbulence and larval fish ingestion rates
BR MacKenzie, TJ Miller, S Cyr, WC Leggett
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (8), 1790-1799, 1994
3391994
Status of biodiversity in the Baltic Sea
H Ojaveer, A Jaanus, BR MacKenzie, G Martin, S Olenin, T Radziejewska, ...
PLoS one 5 (9), e12467, 2010
2672010
Baltic cod recruitment–the impact of climate variability on key processes
FW Köster, C Möllmann, HH Hinrichsen, K Wieland, J Tomkiewicz, ...
ICES Journal of marine science 62 (7), 1408-1425, 2005
254*2005
Encounter rates and swimming behavior of pause‐travel and cruise larval fish predators in calm and turbulent laboratory environments
BR MacKenzie, T Kiørboe
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (7), 1278-1289, 1995
2441995
Fish production and climate: sprat in the Baltic Sea
BR MacKenzie, FW Köster
Ecology 85 (3), 784-794, 2004
2302004
Quantifying the contribution of small-scale turbulence to the encounter rates between larval fish and their zooplankton prey: effects of wind and tide
BR MacKenzie, WC Leggett
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 73 (2), 149-160, 1991
2151991
Impact of 21st century climate change on the Baltic Sea fish community and fisheries
BR MacKenzie, H Gislason, C Möllmann, FW Köster
Global Change Biology 13 (7), 1348-1367, 2007
2072007
Are we seeing a coherent response to changing temperature
K Brander, G Blom, MF Borges, K Erzini, G Henderson
ICES Marine Science Symposia 219, 261-270, 2003
1942003
Projected impacts of climate change on marine fish and fisheries
AB Hollowed, M Barange, RJ Beamish, K Brander, K Cochrane, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 70 (5), 1023-1037, 2013
1902013
Daily ocean monitoring since the 1860s shows record warming of northern European seas
BR MacKenzie, D Schiedek
Global change biology 13 (7), 1335-1347, 2007
1822007
Recruitment of Baltic cod and sprat stocks: identification of critical life stages and incorporation of environmental variability into stock-recruitment relationships
FW Köster, HH Hinrichsen, D Schnack, MAS John, BR Mackenzie, ...
Scientia Marina 67 (S1), 129-154, 2003
1792003
Wind-based models for estimating the dissipation rates of turbulent energy in aquatic environments: empirical comparisons
BR MacKenzie, WC Leggett
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 94, 207-207, 1993
1741993
Quantifying environmental heterogeneity: habitat size necessary for successful development of cod Gadus morhua eggs in the Baltic Sea
BR MacKenzie, HH Hinrichsen, M Plikshs, K Wieland, AS Zezera
Marine Ecology Progress Series 193, 143-156, 2000
1702000
Larval fish feeding and turbulence: a case for the downside
BR MacKenzie, T Kiørboe
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (1), 1-10, 2000
1662000
What is the carrying capacity for fish in the ocean? A meta-analysis of population dynamics of North Atlantic cod
RA Myers, BR MacKenzie, KG Bowen, NJ Barrowman
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (7), 1464-1476, 2001
1652001
Estimating larval fish ingestion rates: Can laboratory derived values be reliably extrapolated to the wild?.
BR MacKenzie, WC Leggett, RH Peters
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 67 (3), 209-225, 1990
1571990
Developing Baltic cod recruitment models. II. Incorporation of environmental variability and species interaction
FW Köster, HH Hinrichsen, MA St. John, D Schnack, BR MacKenzie, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (8), 1534-1556, 2001
1562001
Fish stock development in the Central Baltic Sea (1976-2000) in relation to variability in the environment
F Köster, C Möllmann, S Neuenfeldt, M Vinther, MA St John, J Tomkiewicz, ...
ICES marine science symposia 219, 294-306, 2003
1462003
Impending collapse of bluefin tuna in the northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean
BR MacKenzie, H Mosegaard, AA Rosenberg
Conservation Letters 2 (1), 26-35, 2009
1292009
Comparing reconstructed past variations and future projections of the Baltic Sea ecosystem—first results from multi-model ensemble simulations
HEM Meier, HC Andersson, B Arheimer, T Blenckner, B Chubarenko, ...
Environmental Research Letters 7 (3), 034005, 2012
1242012
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