Primary productivity in the Gulf of Riga (Baltic Sea) in relation to phytoplankton species and nutrient variability,
2018,"Oceanologia", 60, 4, 544-552.
Dynamics of silica and phytoplankton population under altered conditions of river flow in the Daugava river, Latvia.
Estonian Journal of Ecology Volume 63, Issue 4, Pages 217–231
Application of the marine ecosystem services approach in the development of the maritime spatial plan of Latvia,
2017,"International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services and Management", 13, 1, 398-411.
Müller-Karulis, B., Aigars, J.
Modelling the long-term dynamics of nutrients and phytoplankton in the Gulf of Riga,
Journal of Marine Systems. Vol. 87., pp.161-176.
Understanding the distribution of economic benefits from improving coastal and marine ecosystems,
2017, "Science of the Total Environment", 584-585, 29-40.
Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea – An integrated thematic assessment of the effects of nutrient enrichment and eutrophication in the Baltic Sea region.
Baltic Sea Environment Proceedings No. 115B, 148 pg. ISSN 0357-2994.
Ecosystem changes and possible management solutions in the Eastern Baltic Sea – effort of Latvian KALME.
Aigars, J., Poikane, R., Dalsgaard, T., Eglite, E., Jansons, M.
Biogeochemistry of N, P and SI in the Gulf of Riga surface sediments: Implications of seasonally changing factors.
Continental Shelf Res.,Volume 105, August 05, 2015, Pages 112-120.
Diatom stratigraphy and long-term dissolved silica concentrations in the Baltic Sea.
Journal of Marine Systems, Vol. 73: 284-299
Impact of eutrophication and climate change on cd and other trace metal dynamic in the Gulf of Riga, Baltic Sea.
Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Section B. Natural, Exact, and Applied Sciences, Volume 68, Issue 1-2, Pages 112-117.
Past, present and future state of the biogeochemical Si cycle in the Baltic Sea.
Journal of Marine Systems, Vol. 73: 338-346
Nutrient turnover at the hypoxic boundary: Flux measurements and model representation for the bottom water environment of the Gulf of Riga, Baltic Sea.
Oceanologia, Volume 56, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 711–735.
Ecological quality boundary-setting procedures: the Gulf of Riga case study.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Vol. 138: 313-326.