Tim Dudeck

Dr. Tim Dudeck

Postdoctoral Researcher

Department: Ecology
Former Working Groups : WG Fisheries Biology

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Office: Fahrenheitstr. 6, Main Building
28359 Bremen
Room: 1310 (1st floor)

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Research interests

- Fisheries Biology
- Size spectrum analyses
- Spatial distributions of fish and zooplankton
- Trophic interactions of fish and zooplankton
- Optical and hydroacoustic sensors
- Machine Learning for biological studies


Publications

Floeter, J., van Beusekom, J., Auch, D., Callies, U., Carpenter, J., Dudeck, T., Eberle, S., Eckhardt, A., Gloe, D., et al. 2017. Pelagic effects of offshore windfarm foundations in the stratified North Sea. Progress in Oceanography 156: 154-173

 

Publications in review and preparation

Dudeck, T., Hufnagl, M., Rohlf, N., Möllmann, C. Zooplankton size as indicator for lower trophic level biodiversity. Marine Ecology Progress Series: In Review

Dudeck, T., Hufnagl, M., Rohlf, N., Möllmann, C. Winter zooplankton dynamics in the English Channel: trends from 1991 to 2013. Journal of Plankton Research: In Review

Dudeck, T., Hufnagl, M., Pätsch, J., Rohlf, N., Möllmann, C. Winter prey: Resolving the transport and survival of herring larvae through prey field modelling. Marine Ecology Progress Series: in preparation

 

Theses

Dudeck, T. (2018) Zooplankton dynamics in winter:A bottom-up analysis of a new zooplankton time series from the English Channel and the Southern Bight of the North Sea. PhD Thesis. University of Hamburg. Supervisor: Prof. Christian Möllmann

Dudeck, T. (2013) Modelling the Spatial Distribution of Herring (Clupea harengus) in the North Sea. MSc Thesis. University of Hamburg. Supervisor: Dr. Jens Floeter

Dudeck, T. (2010) Prey overlap between Grey Gurnard (Eutrigla gurnardus) and Cod (Gadus morhua) in the North Sea. Honours Thesis. University of Aberdeen. Supervisor: Dr. Tara Marshall