Ecology, Ecosystem, Dissolved organic carbon, Hyporheic zone and Eutrophication are his primary areas of study. Ecology is closely attributed to STREAMS in his study. Martin T. Pusch studies River ecosystem which is a part of Ecosystem.
The concepts of his Hyporheic zone study are interwoven with issues in Organic matter and Biogeochemical cycle. His study looks at the relationship between Littoral zone and fields such as Abundance, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His studies deal with areas such as Pelagic zone and Water column as well as Benthic zone.
His main research concerns Ecology, Benthic zone, Invertebrate, Ecosystem and Hydrology. His Ecology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Shore. His Benthic zone study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Macrophyte, Biomass and Water column.
His Invertebrate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecology and Fauna. His work carried out in the field of Ecosystem brings together such families of science as Biodiversity, Dissolved organic carbon and STREAMS. His Hyporheic zone course of study focuses on Respiration rate and Environmental chemistry.
Martin T. Pusch mostly deals with Ecology, Water Framework Directive, Invertebrate, Shore and Benthic zone. His research in Littoral zone, Habitat, Organic matter, Taxon and Macrophyte are components of Ecology. His studies in Habitat integrate themes in fields like Hydrology, Spatial heterogeneity and Ecological assessment.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental monitoring and Environmental resource management. His Invertebrate study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Trophic level, Assemblage and Food resources. His Benthic zone study incorporates themes from Lake ecosystem and Eutrophication.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Ecosystem, STREAMS, Benthic zone and Dissolved organic carbon. His studies link Current with Ecology. His work investigates the relationship between Ecosystem and topics such as Water Framework Directive that intersect with problems in Floodplain, Biodiversity, Ecosystem management, Ecosystem services and Environmental resource management.
His STREAMS research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Carbon cycle, Methane, Greenhouse gas, Environmental chemistry and Carbon dioxide. His Benthic zone research incorporates elements of Invertebrate, Beta diversity, Habitat and Spatial heterogeneity. Martin T. Pusch interconnects Agricultural land and Temperate climate in the investigation of issues within Dissolved organic carbon.
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Multiple stressors in coupled river–floodplain ecosystems
Klement Tockner;Martin Pusch;Dietrich Borchardt;Mark S. Lorang.
Freshwater Biology (2010)
The role of micro‐organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters
Martin Pusch;Douglas Fiebig;Ingrid Brettar;Heinrich Eisenmann.
Freshwater Biology (1998)
A river's liver - microbial processes within the hyporheic zone of a large lowland river
Helmut Fischer;Frank Kloep;Frank Kloep;Sabine Wilzcek;Martin T Pusch.
Agriculture has changed the amount and composition of dissolved organic matter in Central European headwater streams.
Daniel Graeber;Jörg Gelbrecht;Martin T. Pusch;Christine Anlanger.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
Effects of wastewater treatment plant discharge on ecosystem structure and function of lowland streams
Björn Gücker;Mario Brauns;Martin T. Pusch.
Journal of The North American Benthological Society (2006)
Nutrient enrichment homogenizes lake benthic assemblages at local and regional scales
Ian Donohue;Andrew L. Jackson;Martin T. Pusch;Kenneth Irvine.
Differential retention and utilization of dissolved organic carbon by bacteria in river sediments
Helmut Fischer;Anke Sachse;Christian E. W. Steinberg;Martin Pusch.
Limnology and Oceanography (2002)
Comparison of bacterial production in sediments, epiphyton and the pelagic zone of a lowland river
Helmut Fischer;Martin Pusch.
Freshwater Biology (2001)
Horizontal and vertical movements of unionid mussels in a lowland river
Astrid N. Schwalb;Martin T. Pusch.
Journal of The North American Benthological Society (2007)
Effects of human shoreline development on littoral macroinvertebrates in lowland lakes
Mario Brauns;Xavier‐François Garcia;Norbert Walz;Martin T Pusch.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2007)
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