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Publication: Book Item (Buchkap., Lexikonartikel, jur. Kommentierung, Beiträge in Sammelbänden etc.)

Author  Year  Title  Abstract  Publisher  Affiliated organization 
Robinson, Christopher; von Fumetti, S.; Knispel, S.; Lubini, V.; Mürle, U.; Oertli, B.; Ortlepp, J.; Rey, P.; Schlüchter, C.; Scheurer, T.
2014
Haupt
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
von Fumetti, Stefanie; Kaestli, Dominique
2016
Durch die Bohrung eines Sondierstollens während der Planung eines Pumpspeicherkraftwerks im Südschwarzwald kam es zu einem starken Bergwassereinfall, infolgedessen umliegende Quellen trocken fielen. Die Quellen des Quellkomplexes „Möslequellen“ sprangen nach fast einem Jahr im Frühjahr 2012 wieder an. In dieser Studie wurde die Wiederbesiedlung dieser Quellen...
Wiley
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)

Publication: JournalArticle (Originalarbeit in einer wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift)

Author  Year  Title  Abstract  Publisher  Affiliated organization 
Von Fumetti, S.; Nagel, P.; Scheifhacken, N.; Baltes, B.
2006
Springs are important freshwater habitats that provide refuge for many rare species. In this study, the fauna and abiotic parameters of 20 perennial springs in north-western Switzerland were investigated. Correlation of abiotic and macrozoobenthos data showed that physicochemical parameters had little impact on macrozoobenthic composition, whereas specific substrate parameters strongly influenced...
Hydrobiologia
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
von Fumetti, S.; Nagel, P.; Baltes, B.
2007
Springs are important freshwater habitats that provide specific abiotic conditions for many species. These conditions may change very rapidly downstream. Limnologists tend to treat spring sources and their adjacent springbrooks as a unity because of the lack of clear criteria to separate these sections. In this study, we investigated the longitudinal distribution of macroinvertebrate assemblages...
Fundamental and applied limnology
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Von Fumetti, Stefanie; Nagel, Peter
2011
Springs are ecomorphologically and faunistically diverse freshwater ecosystems. Their limnological classification has been afocus of interest since crenic research began. Despite many attempts to include the crenic fauna in the classification of springs, thereis no faunistic crenon typology. Over a three-year period we investigated the macroinvertebrate assemblages and the physical,chemical and...
Journal of limnology
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
von Fumetti, Stefanie; Nagel, Peter
2012
Discharge variability is an important disturbance factor, and its effect on macroinvertebrate assemblages has been widely studied in river ecosystems. In comparison, few researchers have investigated discharge variability in springs because they are thought to be relatively stable ecosystems and because discharge is not easy to measure in springs. We used the gypsum-dissolution method to assess...
Freshwater science
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Wigger, Fabian; von Fumetti, Stefanie
2013
Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Bern. Neue Folge
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
von Fumetti, Stefanie
2014
Regio Basiliensis
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
von Fumetti, Stefanie; Felder, Susanne
2014
Springs are unique habitats for highly adapted organisms that are endangered by anthropogenic impacts. The springs in the Swiss National Park (SNP) have remained largely free of direct anthropogenic impacts since the foundation of the park. Monitoring of these unaffected Alpine springs is therefore of special interest. In this project 19 springs in the SNP and the adjacent Val Mustair Biosphere...
Eco.mont
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Schmidlin, Lara; von Fumetti, Stefanie; Nagel, Peter
2015
The effects of an increase in water temperature as a direct consequence of global change on organisms living in springs and spring brooks have rarely been studied in laboratory experiments. In this study, experiments were conducted to test the response of Gammarus fossarum Koch, 1836, as an abundant representative of the European spring fauna, to changing water temperatures. The aim was to find...
Aquatic ecology
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Schmidlin, Lara; von Fumetti, Stefanie; Nagel, Peter
2015
The specialised fauna of freshwater springs will have to cope with a possible temperature rise owing to Global Change. It is affected additionally by contamination of the water with xenobiotics from human activities in the surrounding landscape. We assessed the combined effects of temperature increase and exposure to toxins in laboratory experiments by using copper sulphate as a model substance...
Ecotoxicology
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Schmidlin, Lara; von Fumetti, Stefanie; Nagel, Peter
2015
The specialised fauna of freshwater springs is affected by contamination of the water with xenobiotics from human activities in the surrounding landscape. We assessed the effects of exposure to toxins in laboratory and field experiments by using copper sulphate as a model substance and Gammarus fossarum Koch, 1836, as the model organism. This amphipod is a common representative of the European...
Aquatic toxicology
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Wigger, Fabian William; Schmidlin, Lara; Nagel, Peter; von Fumetti, Stefanie
2015
Alpine springs are sensitive ecotones which are inhabited by highly adapted organisms. Studies on how the species assemblages change vertically have not been conducted previously. We investigated 35 natural springs along an altitudinal gradient of about 2000 m in a valley in the Bernese Alps over 2 years. The aim of this study was to investigate the changes of the macroinvertebrate assemblages of...
Annales de Limnologie
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Reiss, Martin; Martin, Peter; Gerecke, Reinhard; von Fumetti, Stefanie
2016
Springs are autochthonous aquatic ecotones with complex functional properties and heterogeneous eco-morphological structures. Within a small spatial extent, invertebrates are highly diverse and mainly composed of species adapted to the surface–subterranean water interface, the aquatic–terrestrial interface or to the spring habitat itself. In this publication, a first synopsis of...
Environmental Earth Sciences
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Pešić, Vladimir; Dmitrović, Dejan; Savić, Ana; von Fumetti, Stefanie
2016
The canyons in Dinaric karst are known to harbour a diverse aquatic fauna living in springs along the river mainstream. However, the knowledge on the ecology of these springs and also on the springs in mountainous areas of the Balkan Peninsula in general is poor. This study is focused on the macroinvertebrate assemblages of three different types of springs along the Cvrcka River (Republic of...
Biologia
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Bodmer, Pascal; Freimann, Remo; von Fumetti, Stefanie; Robinson, Christopher T.; Doering, Michael
2016
Natural floodplains comprise a spatial mosaic of habitat types that vary in successional development. The physical–chemical properties of soils and sediments in these habitats vary spatio-temporally with changes in hydrology, thereby influencing microbial dynamics and general floodplain functioning. The major goals of this study were to characterize the spatio-temporal variation of different...
Aquatic sciences
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
von Fumetti, Stefanie; Blattner, L.
2017
Springs are spatially restricted and insular ecotones. In the Alps, topography enhances this isolation. Springs are to a certain extent inhabited by organisms which are adapted to the relatively constant environmental conditions in springs. We examined thirty-six springs in eight different areas in the Swiss National Park (SNP) to understand if the macroinvertebrate assemblages of high-elevation...
Hydrobiologia
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Von Fumetti, Stefanie; Dmitrović, D.; Pešić, V.
2017
Abstract Springs are spatially restricted ecotones usually found at the beginning of a headwaters continuum, which provide distinct environmental conditions, and are inhabited by invertebrate spring specialists called crenobionts. Springs along rivers of higher order with short springbrooks oppose the classical eucrenal-hypocrenal-epirhithral continuum and may be colonised differently. Here, 35...
Fundamental and Applied Limnology
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
von Fumetti, Stefanie; Bieri‐Wigger, Fabian; Nagel, Peter
2017
Constant water temperature is thought to be a key factor for macroinvertebrates inhabiting springs. Springs in low mountain ranges are usually fed by deep groundwater. At high altitudes, they are, to a certain degree, fed by near‐surface aquifers and are influenced by snow and permafrost meltwater. This may alter temperature constancy. In this study, we examined 13 springs in the Bernese...
Ecohydrology
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
Biggs, Jeremy; Von Fumetti, S.; Kelly-Quinn, M.
2017
Small waterbodies, including ponds and small lakes, low-order streams, ditches and springs, are the most numerous freshwater environments globally, are critical for freshwater biodiversity and are increasingly recognised for their role in ecosystem service delivery. Small waters often represent the best remaining examples of intact freshwater habitats and are the most likely to remain unpolluted,...
Hydrobiologia
Departement Umweltwissenschaften / Biogeographie (Nagel)
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