Publications

Publications in peer-reviewed journals

24. Marklund M. H. K., Svanbäck, R., Faulks, L., Breed, M., Scharnweber, K., Zha, Y. & Eklöv, P. 2019. Asymmetrical habitat coupling of an aquatic predator – the importance of individual specialisation. Ecology and Evolution 9 (6): 3405-3415.

23. Nydahl, A. C., Wallin, M. B., Tranvik, L. J., Hiller, C., Attermeyer, K., Garrison, J., Chaguaceda, F., Scharnweber, K. & Weyhenmeyer, G. A. 2019. Colored organic matter increases CO2 in meso-eutrophic lake water through altered light climate and acidity. Limnology & Oceanography 64 (2): 744-756.

22. Mehner, T., Lischke, B., Scharnweber, K., Attermeyer, K., Brothers, S., Gaedke, U., Hilt, S. & Brucet, S. 2018. Empirical correspondence between trophic transfer efficiency in freshwater food webs and the slope of their size spectra. Ecology 99 (6): 1463-1472.

21. Marklund, M. H. K., Svanbäck, R., Zha, Y., Scharnweber, K. & Eklöv, P. 2018. The influence of habitat accessibility on the dietary and morphological specialization of an aquatic predator. Oikos 127 (1): 160-169.

20. Lischke, B., Mehner, T., Hilt, S., Attermeyer, K., Brauns, M., Brothers, S., Grossart, H. P., Köhler, J. Scharnweber, K. & Gaedke, U. 2017. Benthic carbon is inefficiently transferred in the food webs of two eutrophic shallow lakes. Freshwater Biology 62(10): 1693-1706.

19. Scharnweber, K., Strandberg, U., Karlsson, K. & Eklöv, P. 2016. Decrease of Population Divergence in Eurasian Perch (Perca fluviatilis) in Browning Waters: Role of Fatty Acids and Foraging Efficiency. PLOSone 11(9): e0162470. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0162470.

18. Scharnweber, K., Strandberg, U. Marklund, M. H. K. & Eklöv, P. 2016. Combining resource use assessment techniques reveal trade-offs in trophic specialization of perch. Ecosphere 7(8): e01387. 10.1002/ecs2.1387.

17. Syväranta, J., Scharnweber, K., Brauns, M. Hilt, S. & Mehner, T. 2016. Assessing the utility of hydrogen, carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes in estimating consumer allochthony in two shallow eutrophic lakes. PLOSone 11(5): e0155562. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155562.

16. Mikolajewski, D., Scharnweber, K., Jiang, B., Leicht, S., Mauersberger, R. Johansson, F. & Rolff, J. 2016. Changing the habitat: the evolution of inter-correlated traits to escape from predators. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29: 1394-1405.

15. Mehner, T., Attermeyer, K., Brauns, M., Brothers, S., Diekmann, J., Gaedke, U., Grossart, H.-P., Köhler, J., Lischke, B., Meyer, N., Scharnweber, K., Syväranta, J., Vanni M. J. & Hilt, S. 2016. Weak response of animal allochthony and production to enhanced supply of terrestrial leaf litter in nutrient-rich lakes. Ecosystems 19: 311-325.

14. Lischke, B., Weithoff, G., Wickham, S. A., Attermeyer, K., Grossart, H.-P., Scharnweber, K., Hilt, S. & Gaedke, U. 2016. Large biomass of small feeders: Ciliates may dominate herbivory in eutrophic lakes. Journal of Plankton Research 38 (1): 2-15.

13. Tobler, M., Scharnweber, K., Greenway, R., Passow, C., Arias-Rodriguez, L., & García-De-León, F. 2015. Convergent changes in the trophic ecology of extremophile fish occurring along replicated environmental gradients. Freshwater Biology 60(4): 768-780.

12. Hilt, S., Wanke, T., Scharnweber, K., Brauns, M., Syväranta, J., Brothers, S., Gaedke, U., Köhler, J., Lischke, B. & Mehner T. 2015. Contrasting response of two shallow eutrophic lakes to a partial winterkill of fish. Hydrobiologia 749(1): 31-42.

11. Scharnweber, K., Vanni, M.J., Hilt, S., Diekmann, J., & Mehner, T. 2014. Boomerang ecosystem subsidies: Organic carbon inputs from land to lakes are returned to terrestrial food webs via aquatic insects. Oikos 123: 1439-1448.

10. Brothers, S., Köhler, J., Attermeyer, K., Grossart, H-P., Mehner, T., Meyer, N., Scharnweber. K & Hilt, S. 2014. A feedback loop links brownification and anoxia in a temperate, shallow lake. Limnology and Oceanography 59(4): 1388-1398.

09. Scharnweber, K., Syväranta, J., Hilt, S., Brauns, M., Vanni, M.J., Brothers, S., Köhler, J., Knežević-Jarić, J. & Mehner, T. 2014. Whole-lake experiments reveal the fate of terrestrial particulate organic carbon in benthic food webs of shallow lakes. Ecology 95 (6): 1496-1505.

08. Brothers, S., Hilt, S., Attermeyer, K., Grossart, H-P., Kosten, S., Lischke, B., Mehner, T., Meyer, N., Scharnweber, K. & Köhler, J. 2013. A regime shift from macrophyte to phytoplankton dominance enhances carbon burial in a shallow, eutrophic lake. Ecosphere 4:11 DOI: 10.1890/ES13-00247.1.

07. Scharnweber, K., Watanabe, K., Syväranta, J., Wanke, T., Monaghan, M.T. & Mehner, T. 2013. Effects of predation pressure and resource use on morphological divergence in omnivorous prey fish. BMC Evolutionary Biology 13:132, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-13-132.

06. Scharnweber, K., Plath, M. & Tobler, M. 2011. Trophic niche segregation between the sexes in two species of livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae). Bulletin of Fish Biology 13:11-20.

05. Scharnweber,K., Plath, M., Winemiller, K.O. & Tobler, M. 2011. Dietary niche overlap in sympatric asexual and sexual livebearing fishes (Poecilia spp.). Journal of Fish Biology 79:1760-1773.

04. Scharnweber,K., Plath, M. & Tobler, M. 2011. Examination of boldness traits in sexual and asexual mollies (Poecilia latipinna, P. formosa). Acta Ethologica 14:77-83.

03. Scharnweber,K., Plath, M. & Tobler, M. 2011. Feeding efficiency and food competition in coexisting sexual and asexual livebearing fishes of the genus Poecilia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 90:197-205.

02. Riesch, R., Duwe, V., Herrmann, N., Padur, L., Ramm, A., Scharnweber, K., Schulte, M., Schulz-Mirbach, T., Ziege, M. & Plath, M. 2009. Variation along the shy-bold continuum in extremophile fishes (Poecilia mexicana, Poecilia sulphuraria). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 63:1515-1526.

01. Ziege, M., Padur, L., Duwe, V., Ramm, A., Scharnweber, K., Riesch, R. & Plath, M. 2008. Audience effect alters mate choice in male Heterophallus milleri (Poeciliidae). Bulletin of Fish Biology 10:87-92.

Submitted manuscripts

Scharnweber, K., Chaguaceda, F., Dahlman, E., Eklöv, P. & Tranvik, L. J. Transfer of polyunsaturated fatty acids from lakes to land across a nutrient gradient: emerging Chironomidae as vectors. Under review in Freshwater Biology.

Chaguaceda, F., Eklöv, P. & Scharnweber, K. Regulation of fatty acid composition related to ontogenetic changes and niche differentiation of a common aquatic consumer. Under review in Oecologia.

Scharnweber, K. & Gårdmark, A. Feeding specialists on fatty acid rich prey have higher gonad weights: pay-off in Baltic perch. Under review in Ecosphere.

Scharnweber, K., Chaguaceda, F. & Eklöv, P. Fatty acids in ecological stoichiometry: you are what you eat despite bioconversion? Under review in Ecology Letters.