Hubert Keckeis
Hubert Keckeis
University of Vienna, Department of Limnology and Oceanography
Verified email at univie.ac.at
TitleCited byYear
The Danube so colourful: a potpourri of plastic litter outnumbers fish larvae in Europe's second largest river
A Lechner, H Keckeis, F Lumesberger-Loisl, B Zens, R Krusch, M Tritthart, ...
Environmental pollution 188, 177-181, 2014
3652014
Understanding conservation issues of the Danube River. In: (Fuiman & Werner, eds.) Fishery Science. The Unique Contributions of Early Life Stages., 2002, S. 272-288.
H Keckeis, F Schiemer
John Wiley & Sons, 2002
203*2002
The" inshore retention concept" and its significance for large rivers
F Schiemer, H Keckeis, W Reckendorfer, G Winkler
Arch. Hydrobiol.(Suppl.)(Large Rivers) 135 (2), 509-516, 2001
1952001
Zooplankton abundance in the River Danube, Austria: the significance of inshore retention.
W Reckendorfer, H Keckeis, G Winkler, F Schiemer
Freshwater Biology 41, 583-591, 1999
1471999
The early life history stages of riverine fish: ecophysiological and environmental bottlenecks
F Schiemer, H Keckeis, E Kamler
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2002
1222002
The river wave concept: integrating river ecosystem models
P Humphries, H Keckeis, B Finlayson
BioScience 64 (10), 870-882, 2014
912014
An autoradiographic examination of carbon fixation, transfer and utilization in the Riftia pachyptila symbiosis
M Bright, H Keckeis, CR Fisher
Marine Biology 136 (4), 621-632, 2000
842000
The effect of water current on foraging behaviour of the rheophilic cyprinid Chondrostoma nasus (L.) during ontogeny: evidence of a trade‐off between energetic …
L Flore, H Keckeis
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management: An International Journal Devoted to …, 1998
621998
Large rivers: the relevance of ecotonal structure and hydrological properties for the fish fauna
F Schiemer, H Keckeis, G Winkler, L Flore
ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE-SUPPLEMENT- 135, 487-508, 2000
602000
Spatial and seasonal characteristics of 0+ fish nursery habitats of nase, Chondrostoma nasus in the River Danube, Austria
H Keckeis, G Winkler, L Flore, W Reckendorfer, F Schiemer
FOLIA ZOOLOGICA-PRAHA- 46, 133-150, 1997
601997
Survival, development and food energy partitioning of nase larvae and early juveniles at different temperatures
H Keckeis, E Kamler, E Bauer‐Nemeschkal, K Schneeweiss
Journal of Fish Biology 59 (1), 45-61, 2001
572001
Effects of reduced oxygen level on the mortality and hatching rate of Chondrostoma nasus embryos
H Keckeis, E Bauer‐Nemeschkal, E Kamler
Journal of Fish Biology 49 (3), 430-440, 1996
551996
Ecological status and problems of the Danube River and its fish fauna: a review
F Schiemer, G Guti, H Keckeis, M Staras
Bangkok (Thailand), 2004
522004
Effects of female attributes and egg properties on offspring viability in a rheophilic cyprinid, Chondrostoma nasus
H Keckeis, E Bauer-Nemeschkal, VV Menshutkin, HL Nemeschkal, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (4), 789-796, 2000
522000
The distribution and abundance of the Neogobius fishes in their native range (Bulgaria) with notes on the non-native range in the Danube River
M Polacik, M Janác, T Trichkova, M Vassilev, H Keckeis, P Jurajda
Large Rivers, 193-208, 2008
452008
Food consumption and growth of larvae and juveniles of three cyprinid species at different food levels
H Keckeis, F Schiemer
Environmental biology of European cyprinids, 33-46, 1992
451992
Hydraulic forces impact larval fish drift in the free flowing section of a large European river
A Lechner, H Keckeis, E Schludermann, P Humphries, N McCasker, ...
Ecohydrology 7 (2), 648-658, 2014
432014
Dispersal and retention of larval fish in a potential nursery habitat of a large temperate river: an experimental study
E Schludermann, M Tritthart, P Humphries, H Keckeis
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69 (8), 1302-1315, 2012
392012
The importance of inshore areas for spawning nase Chondrostoma nasus (Cyprinidae) in a free-flowing section of a large river (Danube, Austria)
H Keckeis, P Frankiewicz, F Schiemer
Large Rivers, 51-64, 1996
391996
Functional role of environmental stimuli for the spawning migration in Danube nase Chondrostoma nasus (L.)
G Rakowitz, B Berger, J Kubecka, H Keckeis
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17 (3), 502-514, 2008
352008
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