Bela H. Buck
Bela H. Buck
Professor for Applied Marine Biology, Head of Marine Aquaculture at Alfred Wegener Institute
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The genus Laminaria sensu lato : recent insights and developments
I Bartsch, C Wiencke, K Bischof, CM Buchholz, BH Buck, A Eggert, ...
European journal of phycology 43 (1), 1-86, 2008
The offshore-ring: a new system design for the open ocean aquaculture of macroalgae
BH Buck, CM Buchholz
Journal of Applied Phycology 16 (5), 355-368, 2004
Extensive open ocean aquaculture development within wind farms in Germany: the prospect of offshore co-management and legal constraints
BH Buck, G Krause, H Rosenthal
Ocean & Coastal Management 47 (3-4), 95-122, 2004
Aquaculture perspective of multi-use sites in the open ocean: The untapped potential for marine resources in the anthropocene
BH Buck, R Langan
Springer Nature, 2017
Response of offshore cultivated Laminaria saccharina to hydrodynamic forcing in the North Sea
BH Buck, CM Buchholz
Aquaculture 250 (3-4), 674-691, 2005
A GIS modelling framework to evaluate marine spatial planning scenarios: Co-location of offshore wind farms and aquaculture in the German EEZ
A Gimpel, V Stelzenmüller, B Grote, BH Buck, J Floeter, I Núñez-Riboni, ...
Marine Policy 55, 102-115, 2015
State of the art and challenges for offshore integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA)
BH Buck, MF Troell, G Krause, DL Angel, B Grote, T Chopin
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 165, 2018
Meeting the quest for spatial efficiency: progress and prospects of extensive aquaculture within offshore wind farms
BH Buck, G Krause, T Michler-Cieluch, M Brenner, CM Buchholz, ...
Helgoland Marine Research 62 (3), 269-281, 2008
Experimental trials on the feasibility of offshore seed production of the mussel Mytilus edulis in the German Bight: installation, technical requirements and environmental …
BH Buck
Helgoland Marine Research 61 (2), 87-101, 2007
Mussel cultivation as a co-use in offshore wind farms: potential and economic feasibility
BH Buck, MW Ebeling, T Michler-Cieluch
Aquaculture Economics & Management 14 (4), 255-281, 2010
Biochemical and elemental composition of the offshore-cultivated oysters Ostrea edulis and Crassostrea gigas
B Pogoda, BH Buck, R Saborowski, W Hagen
Aquaculture 400, 53-60, 2013
Inshore–offshore comparison of parasite infestation in Mytilus edulis: implications for open ocean aquaculture
BH Buck, DW Thieltges, U Walter, G Nehls, H Rosenthal
Journal of applied ichthyology 21 (2), 107-113, 2005
Seaweed and man
CM Buchholz, G Krause, BH Buck
Seaweed biology, 471-493, 2012
Growth performance and condition of oysters (Crassostrea gigas and Ostrea edulis) farmed in an offshore environment (North Sea, Germany)
B Pogoda, BH Buck, W Hagen
Aquaculture 319 (3-4), 484-492, 2011
Reflections on integrating operation and maintenance activities of offshore wind farms and mariculture
T Michler-Cieluch, G Krause, BH Buck
Ocean & Coastal Management 52 (1), 57-68, 2009
An ecosystem-based approach and management framework for the integrated evaluation of bivalve aquaculture impacts
PJ Cranford, P Kamermans, G Krause, J Mazurié, BH Buck, P Dolmer, ...
Aquaculture Environment Interactions 2 (3), 193-213, 2012
Lessons from stakeholder dialogues on marine aquaculture in offshore wind farms: Perceived potentials, constraints and research gaps
L Wever, G Krause, BH Buck
Marine Policy 51, 251-259, 2015
The impact of bleaching on the metabolic contribution of dinoflagellate symbionts to their giant clam host
W Leggat, BH Buck, A Grice, D Yellowlees
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (12), 1951-1961, 2003
Effect of increased irradiance and thermal stress on the symbiosis of Symbiodinium microadriaticum and Tridacna gigas
BH Buck, H Rosenthal, U Saint-Paul
Aquatic Living Resources 15 (2), 107-117, 2002
The effect of supplementation with polysaccharides, nucleotides, acidifiers and Bacillus strains in fish meal and soy bean based diets on growth performance in juvenile turbot …
VI Fuchs, J Schmidt, MJ Slater, J Zentek, BH Buck, D Steinhagen
Aquaculture 437, 243-251, 2015
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