Hauke Kegler

Dr. Hauke Kegler

Project Coordinator

Department: Theoretical Ecology and Modelling
Working Group: WG Spatial Ecology and Interactions

Phone: +49 421 23800 - 158

Fax: +49 421 23800 - 30

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Office: Fahrenheitstr. 8
28359 Bremen

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Research interests

- Improvement of the usage of biodiversity data in political decision making processes
- Big data approaches to integrate biodiversty data and environmental parameters
- Influence of bacterial communities on biogeochemical cycles
- Biodiversity and protection of coastal ecosystem


Publications

Journals (peer-reviewed):

H F Kegler, M Lukman, M Teichberg, J G Plass-Johnson, C Hassenrueck, C Wild, A Gärdes, 2017. Bacterial community composition and potential driving factors in different reef habitats of the Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia. Front. Microbiol. 20 April 2017, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2017.00662

H F Kegler, C Hassenrueck, P Kegler, T C Jennerjahn, M Lukman, J Jompa, A Gärdes, 2018. Small tropical islands with dense human population: Small tropical islands with dense human population: Differences in water quality of near-shore waters are associated with distinct bacterial communities. PeerJ, https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.4555

P Kegler, H F Kegler, A Gärdes A, S C A Ferse,M Lukman, Y R Alfiansah, C Hassenrück, A Kunzmann, 2017 Bacterial biofilm communities and coral larvae settlement at different levels of anthropogenic impact in the Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia. Front Mar Sci., 22. August 2017, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2017.00270

M Teichberg, C Wild, V N Bednarz, H F Kegler, M Lukman, A Gärdes, J Heiden, L Weiand, N Abu, A Nasir, S Miñarro, Sebastian Christoph Alexander Ferse, Hauke Reuter and J G Plass-Johnson, 2018. Spatio-temporal patterns in coral reef communities of the Spermonde Archipelago, 2012-2014, I: Comprehensive reef monitoring of water and benthic indicators reflect changes in reef health. Front. Mar. Sci., 16 February 2018, https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2018.00033


Conference contributions:

Schwieder HF*, Jompa, J, Lukman M, Gärdes A. Cyanobacterial dominance of bacterial communities in a tropical oligotrophic coastal ecosystem: implications for organic matter cycling.

ECSA 56, September 6, 2016, Bremen, Germany. Oral presentation

Schwieder HF*, Jompa, J, Lukman M, Gärdes A. TEP dynamics and bacterial community composition at different spatial scales along a cross-shelf gradient in southern Sulawesi, Indonesia.

SIRTRE 2015, September 15 2015, Makassar, Indonesia. Oral presentation

Schwieder HF*, Lukman M, Teichberg M, Gärdes A. Shifts in bacterial communities from different habitats along a cross-shelf gradient in the Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia.

SAME14, August 23-28 2015, Uppsala, Sweden. Poster presentation


Additional publications:

Gärdes A, Schwieder HF*, Einsporn MH. Aquatic microorganisms: between producers, consumers and pathogens. In: Einsporn MH, Wiedling J, Beilfuss S, editors. From coast to deep sea: multiscale approaches to marine sciences: Glimpse Reviews. Eigenverlag - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Meeresforschung (DGM) e.V. 2013. p. 29-46.

* Name given at birth