The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Plankton, Oceanography, Phytoplankton and Mediterranean sea. Urania Christaki has included themes like Autotroph, Heterotroph and Synechococcus in her Ecology study. Urania Christaki usually deals with Plankton and limits it to topics linked to Algae and Mixotroph, Grazing, Chlorophyll a and Algal bloom.
Her work carried out in the field of Oceanography brings together such families of science as High-Nutrient, low-chlorophyll, Ocean fertilization, Food web and Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, Carbon dioxide. Her Phytoplankton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental chemistry, Carbon cycle and Carbon sequestration. Her studies in Zooplankton integrate themes in fields like Trophic level and Deep chlorophyll maximum.
Urania Christaki mainly focuses on Ecology, Phytoplankton, Oceanography, Plankton and Bloom. Her work on Ecology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Heterotroph. Urania Christaki interconnects Diatom, Botany and Autotroph in the investigation of issues within Phytoplankton.
Her research in Oceanography intersects with topics in Chlorophyll a, Abundance, Microbial food web and Mediterranean sea. Urania Christaki has included themes like Microbial population biology and Deep chlorophyll maximum in her Microbial food web study. Urania Christaki combines subjects such as Relative species abundance, Cercozoa, Algae, Ciliate and Syndiniales with her study of Plankton.
Urania Christaki mainly investigates Ecology, Phytoplankton, Bloom, Oceanography and Plankton. Her work on Trophic level, Diatom, Ecosystem and Syndiniales as part of general Ecology study is frequently linked to Pyrosequencing, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her studies deal with areas such as Carbon cycle, Temperate climate and Predation as well as Phytoplankton.
In her research on the topic of Bloom, Deep sea, Carbon fixation and Microorganism is strongly related with Carbon sequestration. Her work on Mesopelagic zone as part of general Oceanography research is often related to Environmental science, thus linking different fields of science. Her study in Plankton is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Relative species abundance and Haptophyte.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Phytoplankton, Biomass, Abundance and Ecosystem. Biogeochemical cycle, Plankton, Diatom, Thalassionema nitzschioides and Biodiversity are the core of her Ecology study. Her Phytoplankton research focuses on Chaetoceros in particular.
Her Biomass research includes elements of Water column, Rhizaria and Anoxic waters. Her Abundance research incorporates elements of Estuary, Oceanography, Synechococcus and Chlorophyll a. Her work carried out in the field of Ecosystem brings together such families of science as Trophic level, Microbial ecology, Community structure and Iron fertilization.
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Effect of natural iron fertilization on carbon sequestration in the Southern Ocean
Stéphane Blain;Bernard Quéguiner;Leanne Armand;Sauveur Belviso.
Plankton in the open Mediterranean Sea: a review
I. Siokou-Frangou;U. Christaki;U. Christaki;U. Christaki;M. G. Mazzocchi;M. Montresor.
Relationship between primary producers and bacteria in an oligotrophic sea--the Mediterranean and biogeochemical implications
C. M. Turley;M. Bianchi;U. Christaki;P. Conan.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2000)
Longitudinal and vertical trends of bacterial limitation by phosphorus and carbon in the Mediterranean Sea.
F. Van Wambeke;U. Christaki;A. Giannakourou;T. Moutin.
Microbial Ecology (2002)
Nanoflagellate predation on auto- and heterotrophic picoplankton in the oligotrophic Mediterranean Sea
Journal of Plankton Research (2001)
Carbon flow in the planktonic food web along a gradient of oligotrophy in the Aegean Sea (Mediterranean Sea)
Journal of Marine Systems (2002)
Growth and grazing on Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus by two marine ciliates
Limnology and Oceanography (1999)
Exploring and quantifying fungal diversity in freshwater lake ecosystems using rDNA cloning/sequencing and SSU tag pyrosequencing
Sébastien Monchy;Giovanna Sanciu;Marlène Jobard;Serena Rasconi.
Environmental Microbiology (2011)
Consumption of picoplankton-size particles by marine ciliates : Effects of physiological state of the ciliate and particle quality
Limnology and Oceanography (1998)
The fate of biogenic iron during a phytoplankton bloom induced by natural fertilisation: Impact of copepod grazing
Géraldine Sarthou;Dorothée Vincent;Urania Christaki;Ingrid Obernosterer;Ingrid Obernosterer.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2008)
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