Solvita Strāķe

 Laurene Pecuchet, Martin Lindegren, Susanne Kortsch, Joanna Całkiewicz, Iveta Jurgensone, Piotr Margonski, Saskia A. Otto, Ivars Putnis, Solvita Strāķe, Marie C. Nordström, 2020.
“Spatio‐temporal dynamics of multi‐trophic communities reveal ecosystem‐wide functional reorganization”.
Ecography, 43, 2, 197-208.

Labuce, A., Ikauniece, A., Strāķe, S., Souissi, A.
Survey of Presence of Non-Indigenous Eurytemora Carolleeae in the Gulf of Riga (Baltic Sea) Five Years After its First Discovery.
2018, "Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences", 72, 4, 230-235.

Astra Labuce, Inta Dimante-Deimantovica, Juris Tunens, Solvita Strake, 2020.
“Zooplankton indicator-based assessment in relation to site location and abiotic factors: a case study from the Gulf of Riga”.
Environmental Monitoring and  Assessment, 192. https://rdcu.be/b0WKO

Ojaveer, H.,  Olenin, S.,  Narščius, A.,  Florin, A.-B.,  Ezhova, E.,  Gollasch, S.,  Jensen, K.R.,  Lehtiniemi, M.,  Minchin, D.,  Normant-Saremba, M.,  Strāke, S.
(2016)
Dynamics of biological invasions and pathways over time: a case study of a temperate coastal sea.

Biological Invasions, 5 November 2016, Pages 1-15.

Stephan Gollasch, Matej David, Katja Broeg, Susanne Heitmüller, Miina Karjalainen, Maiju Lehtiniemi, Monika Normant-Saremba, Henn Ojaveer, Sergej Olenin, Marta Ruiz, Markus Helavuori, Manuel Sala-Pérez, Solvita Strake, 2020.
“Target species selection criteria for risk assessment based exemptions of ballast water management requirements”.
Ocean and Coastal Management, 183, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2019.105021

 

Gorokhova, E.,  Lehtiniemi, M.,  Postel, L.,  Rubene, G.,  Amid, C.,  Lesutiene, J.,  Uusitalo, L.,  Strake, S.,  Demereckiene, N.
(2016)
Indicator properties of baltic zooplankton for classification of environmental status within marine strategy framework directive.

PLoS ONE, Volume 11, Issue 7, July 2016, Article number e0158326

Dan Minchin, Kęstutis Arbačiauskas, Darius Daunys, Elena Ezhova, Natalja Grudule, Jonne Kotta, Natalia Molchanova, Sergej Olenin, Giedrė Višinskienė, Solvita Strake, 2019.
“Rapid expansion and facilitating factors of the Ponto-Caspian invader Dikerogammarus villosus within the eastern Baltic Sea”.
Aquatic Invasions, 14, 2, 165–181.

Putna, I., Strode, E., Bārda, I., Puriņa, I., Rimša, E., Jansons, M., Balode, M., Strāķe, S.
(2014)
Sediment quality of the ecoregion Engure, Gulf of Riga, assessed by using ecotoxicity tests and biomarker responses.
Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Section B. Natural, Exact, and Applied Sciences. Volume 68, Issue 1-2, Pages 101–111.
Veidemane, K., Ruskule, A., Strake, S., Purina, I., Aigars, J., Sprukta, S., Ustups, D., Putnis, I., Klepers, A.
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.

Deimantovica I., Skute R., Strake S.
(2011).
A survey of the Latvian freshwater free-living Copepoda fauna.
Crustaceana, Volume 84, Number 3, 257-279 (23).

Labuce, A., Strake, S.
An overview of Synchaeta Ehrenberg, 1832 (Rotifera: Monogononta: Synchaetidae) species in the eastern Gotland Basin, Baltic Sea, with complementary characteristics for the trophi of S. fennica Rousselet, 1902 and S. monopus Plate, 1889.
2017, "Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences", 66, 3, 287-294.

Klavins M., Kokorite I., Springe G., Skuja A., Parele E., Rodionov V., Druvietis I., Strake S., Urtans A.
(2010)
Water quality in cutaway peatland lakes in Seda mire, Latvia.
Ecohydrobiology and Hydrobiology, Vol. 10, No 1, 61-70.

Pakalniete, K., Aigars, J., Czajkowski, M., Strake, S., Zawojska, E., Hanley, N.
Understanding the distribution of economic benefits from improving coastal and marine ecosystems,
2017, "Science of the Total Environment", 584-585, 29-40.
Tomczak, M.T., Müller-Karulis, B., Järv, L., Kotta, J., Martin, G., Minde, A., Põllumäe, A., Razinkovas, A., Strake, S., Bucas, M., Blenckner, T.
(2009)
Analysis of trophic networks and carbon flows in south-eastern Baltic coastal ecosystems.
Progress in Oceanography, 81: 111-131

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