Pia H. Moisander mainly investigates Nitrogen fixation, Ecology, Ecosystem, Phytoplankton and Botany. Her research integrates issues of Environmental chemistry and Nitrite, Nitrate in her study of Nitrogen fixation. Her Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Diazotroph and Trichodesmium.
Her Ecosystem research integrates issues from Oceanography and Biogeochemical cycle. Pia H. Moisander studied Biogeochemical cycle and Pelagic zone that intersect with Abundance. The Botany study which covers Cyanobacteria that intersects with Salinity.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Nitrogen fixation, Diazotroph, Botany and Oceanography. Her Nitrogen fixation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Abundance, Phototroph, Cyanobacteria, Ecosystem and Poaceae. Her research in Ecosystem tackles topics such as Biogeochemical cycle which are related to areas like Deep sea.
Her research investigates the link between Diazotroph and topics such as Mesopelagic zone that cross with problems in Transect. Her Botany research includes elements of Phytoplankton, Aphanizomenon, Anabaena, Environmental chemistry and Nitrogenase. Pia H. Moisander has researched Phytoplankton in several fields, including Biomass, Microcystis aeruginosa, Eutrophication and Microcystis.
Her primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Copepod, Whole genome sequencing, GC-content and Biogeochemistry. As part of the same scientific family, Pia H. Moisander usually focuses on Oceanography, concentrating on Subtropics and intersecting with CTD. Her study looks at the relationship between Copepod and topics such as Vibrio, which overlap with Botany, Anaerobic bacteria, Crustacean and Food web.
Her study in Biogeochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Photic zone, Aphotic zone, Nitrogen fixation, Water mass and Nutrient. Her specific area of interest is Nitrogen fixation, where Pia H. Moisander studies Diazotroph. Her Nutrient study deals with Biomass intersecting with Pelagic zone.
Her primary areas of investigation include Diazotroph, Biogeochemistry, Ecology, Pelagic zone and Nitrogen fixation. Her Diazotroph study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mixotroph and Ecosystem. Her Biogeochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photic zone, Aphotic zone, Water mass and Transect.
The concepts of her Ecology study are interwoven with issues in Heterotroph and Autotroph. Her Pelagic zone research incorporates elements of Biomass, Nutrient, Marine bacteriophage and Rhodobacteraceae. Her Nitrogen fixation research includes themes of Environmental chemistry, Particulate organic carbon and Mesopelagic zone.
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Harmful freshwater algal blooms, with an emphasis on cyanobacteria.
Hans W. Paerl;Rolland S. Fulton;Pia H. Moisander;Julianne Dyble.
The Scientific World Journal (2001)
Unicellular Cyanobacterial Distributions Broaden the Oceanic N2 Fixation Domain
Pia H. Moisander;Roxanne A. Beinart;Ian Hewson;Angelicque E. White.
Growth, nitrogen fixation, and nodularin production by two baltic sea cyanobacteria.
J Lehtimaki;P Moisander;K Sivonen;K Kononen.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1997)
Database of diazotrophs in global ocean: abundance, biomass and nitrogen fixation rates
Y. W. Luo;S. C. Doney;L. A. Anderson;Mar Benavides.
Earth System Science Data (2012)
Salinity effects on growth, photosynthetic parameters, and nitrogenase activity in estuarine planktonic cyanobacteria.
P.H. Moisander;E. McClinton;Hans W. Paerl.
Microbial Ecology (2002)
Microbial indicators of aquatic ecosystem change: current applications to eutrophication studies
Hans W. Paerl;Julianne Dyble;Pia H. Moisander;Rachel T. Noble.
FEMS Microbiology Ecology (2003)
Phytoplankton photopigments as indicators of estuarine and coastal eutrophication
Hans W. Paerl;Lexia M. Valdes;James L. Pinckney;Michael F. Piehler.
The contamination of commercial 15N2 gas stocks with 15N-labeled nitrate and ammonium and consequences for nitrogen fixation measurements.
Richard Dabundo;Moritz F. Lehmann;Lija Treibergs;Craig R. Tobias.
PLOS ONE (2014)
Diversity and abundance of diazotrophic microorganisms in the South China Sea during intermonsoon
Pia H Moisander;Roxanne A Beinart;Maren Voss;Jonathan P Zehr.
The ISME Journal (2008)
Rates of dinitrogen fixation and the abundance of diazotrophs in North American coastal waters between Cape Hatteras and Georges Bank
M. R. Mulholland;P. W. Bernhardt;J. L. Blanco-Garcia;A. Mannino.
Limnology and Oceanography (2012)
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