Dr. Christiane Schmidt
Dr. Christiane Schmidt
Researcher, ZMT, Leibniz Centre For Tropical Marine Research
Verified email at leibniz-zmt.de
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Temperature‐induced stress leads to bleaching in larger benthic foraminifera hosting endosymbiotic diatoms
C Schmidt, P Heinz, M Kucera, S Uthicke
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (5), 1587-1602, 2011
Host-associated coral reef microbes respond to the cumulative pressures of ocean warming and ocean acidification
NS Webster, AP Negri, ES Bottť, PW Laffy, F Flores, S Noonan, C Schmidt, ...
Scientific reports 6, 19324, 2016
Interactive effects of climate change and eutrophication on the dinoflagellate-bearing benthic foraminifer Marginopora vertebralis
S Uthicke, N Vogel, J Doyle, C Schmidt, C Humphrey
Coral Reefs 31 (2), 401-414, 2012
Recent invasion of the symbiont-bearing foraminifera Pararotalia into the eastern Mediterranean facilitated by the ongoing warming trend
C Schmidt, R Morard, A Almogi-Labin, AE Weinmann, D Titelboim, ...
PLoS One 10 (8), e0132917, 2015
Combined effects of warming and ocean acidification on coral reef Foraminifera Marginopora vertebralis and Heterostegina depressa
C Schmidt, M Kucera, S Uthicke
Coral Reefs 33 (3), 805-818, 2014
Putative sponge biomarkers in unicellular Rhizaria question an early rise of animals
BJ Nettersheim, JJ Brocks, A Schwelm, JM Hope, F Not, M Lomas, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (4), 577-581, 2019
Selective responses of benthic foraminifera to thermal pollution
D Titelboim, A Almogi-Labin, B Herut, M Kucera, C Schmidt, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 105 (1), 324-336, 2016
Characterizing photosymbiosis in modern planktonic foraminifera.
H Takagi, K Kimoto, T Fujiki, H Saito, C Schmidt, M Kucera, K Moriya
Biogeosciences 16 (17), 2019
Extremely heat tolerant photo-symbiosis in a shallow marine benthic foraminifera
C Schmidt, D Titelboim, J Brandt, B Herut, S Abramovich, A Almogi-Labin, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
Retention of high thermal tolerance in the invasive foraminifera Amphistegina lobifera from the Eastern Mediterranean and the Gulf of Aqaba
C Schmidt, R Morard, M Prazeres, H Barak, M Kucera
Marine Biology 163 (11), 228, 2016
Geochemical signatures of benthic foraminiferal shells from a heat‐polluted shallow marine environment provide field evidence for growth and calcification under extreme warmth
D Titelboim, A Sadekov, A Almogi‐Labin, B Herut, M Kucera, C Schmidt, ...
Global change biology 23 (10), 4346-4353, 2017
Diverse internal symbiont community in the endosymbiotic foraminifera Pararotalia calcariformata: implications for symbiont shuffling under thermal stress
C Schmidt, R Morard, O Romero, M Kucera
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 2018
Highly replicated sampling reveals no diurnal vertical migration but stable species-specific vertical habitats in planktonic foraminifera
J Meilland, M Siccha, MFG Weinkauf, L Jonkers, R Morard, U Baranowski, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 41 (2), 127-141, 2019
High dispersal capacity and biogeographic breaks shape the genetic diversity of a globally distributed reef‐dwelling calcifier
M Prazeres, R Morard, TE Roberts, SS Doo, J Jompa, C Schmidt, M Stuhr, ...
Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Response of large benthic foraminifera to climate and local changes: Implications for future carbonate production
GR Narayan, CE Reymond, M Stuhr, S Doo, C Schmidt, T Mann, ...
Sedimentology, 2021
Global change stress on symbiont-bearing benthic foraminifera
C Schmidt
Staats-und Universitštsbibliothek Bremen, 2015
Local adaptation of a Lessepsian invader species to winter conditions in the Mediterranean Sea
DS Raposo, R Morard, C Schmidt, M Kucera
EGU21, 2021
Red algae-bearing benthic foraminifera adapted to extremely warm temperatures and high salinity in the Persian Gulf
C Schmidt, K NeumŁller, R Morard, H Westphal, G Theara, G Vaughan, ...
EGU21, 2021
Bleaching in larger benthic foraminifera hosting endosymbiotic diatoms: effects of elevated temperatures and nutrients in the Great Barrier Reef
CC Schmidt
University of Tuebingen, 2010
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