Publications by Ingrid Jüttner

Books/Book chapters

Sharma C.M., Sharma S., Gurung S., Jüttner I. , Bajracharya R.M., and Pradhan N.S. 2010. Ecological Studies within the Gokyo Wetlands, Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal. In Jha P.K.& Khanal I.P. (eds) Contemporary Research in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) Region, Nepal, 2010, pp. 139-154. Publisher : Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Khumaltar, Lalitpur

Ormerod S.J. & Jüttner I. 2009. Pollution effects on Welsh rivers: a damaged past, an uncertain future? In : D.D. Williams & C.A. Duigan (Eds), The Rivers of Wales, 181-203, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

Peer-reviewed papers

Jüttner I., Ector L., Reichardt E., Van de Vijver B., Jarlman A., Krokowski J., Cox E.J. 2013. Gomphonema varioreduncum sp. nov. a new species from northern and western Europe and a re-examination of Gomphonema exilissimum. Diatom Research online DOI:10.1080/0269249X.2013.797924

Cocquyt C., Jüttner I.,Kusber W.-H. 2013. Reinvestigation of West African Surirellaceae (Bacillariophyta) described by Woodhead and Tweed from Sierra Leone. Diatom Research 28(2), 121-129.

Krstić S.S., Pavlov A., Levkov Z., Jüttner I. 2013. New Eunotia taxa in core samples from Lake Panch Pokhari in the Nepalese Himalaya. Diatom Research 28(2), 203-217.

Cantonati M., Füreder L., Gerecke R., Jüttner I., Cox E.J. 2012. Crenic habitats, hotspots for freshwater biodiversity conservation: toward an understanding of their ecology. Freshwater Science 31(2), 463-480.

Jüttner I., Chimonides P.D.J., Ormerod S.J. 2012. Developing a diatom monitoring network in an urban river-basin: initial assessment and site selection. Hydrobiologia 695, 137-151.

Sharma C.M., Sharma S., Bajracharya R.M., Gurung S., Jüttner I., Kang S., Zhang Q. 2012. First results on bathymetry and limnology of high-altitude lakes in the Gokyo Valley, Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park, Nepal. Limnology 13, 181-192.

Van de Vijver B., Jüttner I., Gurung S., Sharma C., Sharma S., de Haan M., Cox E.J. 2011. The genus Cymbopleura (Cymbellales, Bacillariophyta) from high altitude freshwater habitats, Everest National Park, Nepal, with the description of two new species. Fottea 11(2), 245-269.

Jüttner I., Cox E.J. 2011. Achnanthidium pseudoconspicuum comb. nov.: morphology and ecology of the species and a comparison with related taxa. Diatom Research 26(1-2), 21-29.

Jüttner I., Chimonides J., Cox E.J. 2011. Morphology, ecology and biogeography of diatom species related to Achnanthidium pyrenaicum (Hustedt) Kobayasi (Bacillariophyceae) in streams of the Indian and Nepalese Himalaya. Algological Studies 136/137, 45-76.

Jüttner I., Gurung S., Sharma C., Sharma S., De Haan M., Van de Vijver B. 2010. Morphological investigations of new taxa in the Cymbella aspera and Cymbella neocistula groups, Cymbella yakii sp. nov., and Cymbella cf. hantzschiana from the Everest National Park, Nepal. Polish Botanical Journal 55(1), 73-92.

Jüttner I., Chimonides P.D.J., Ormerod S.J., Cox E.J. 2010. Ecology and biogeography of Himalayan diatoms: distribution along gradients of altitude, stream habitat and water chemistry. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 177(4), 293-311.

Jüttner I., Krammer K., Van de Vijver B., Tuji A., Simkhada B., Gurung S., Sharma S., Sharma C., Cox E.J. 2010. Oricymba (Cymbellales, Bacillariophyceae), a new diatom genus and three new species from the Nepalese Himalaya. Phycologia 49(5), 407-423.

Jüttner I., Chimonides P.J., Ormerod S.J. 2010. Using diatoms as quality indicators for a newly-formed urban lake and its catchment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 162, 47-65.

Lewis B., Jüttner I.,Reynolds B., Marsh-Smith S., Ormerod S.J. 2007. Comparative assessment of stream acidity using diatoms and macroinvertebrates: implications for river management and conservation. Aquatic Conservation. Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 17, 502-519.

Simkhada B., Jüttner I., Chimonides P.J. 2006. Diatoms in lowland ponds of Koshi Tappu, Eastern Nepal – relationships with chemical and habitat characteristics. International Revue of Hydrobiology 91(6), 574-593.

Simkhada B., Jüttner I. 2006. Diatoms in ponds and small lakes of the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal – relationships with chemical and habitat characteristics. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 166(1), 41-65.

Jüttner I., Reichardt E., Cox E.J. 2004. Taxonomy and ecology of some new Gomphonema species common in Himalayan streams. Diatom Research 19(2),235-264.

Hirst H., Chaud F., Delabie C., Jüttner I., Ormerod S.J. 2004. Assessing the short-term response of stream diatoms to acidity using inter-basin transplantations and chemical diffusing substrates. Freshwater Biology 49, 1072-1088.

Jüttner I., Sharma S., Dahal B.M., Ormerod S.J., Chimonides P.J., Cox E.J. 2003. Diatoms as indicators of stream quality in the Kathmandu Valley and Middle Hills of Nepal and India. Freshwater Biology 48, 2065-2084.

Hirst H., Jüttner I. & Ormerod S. 2002. Comparing the response of diatoms and macroinvertebrates to metals in upland streams of Wales and Cornwall. Freshwater Biology 47, 1752-1765.

Cantonati M., Corradini G., Jüttner I. & Cox E.J. 2001. Diatom assemblages in high mountain streams of the Alps and the Himalaya. Nova Hedwigia Beiheft 123, 37-61.

Jüttner I., Cox E.J., Ormerod S.J. 2000. New or poorly known diatoms from Himalayan streams. Diatom Research 15(2), 237-262.

Hinderer M., Jüttner I., Winkler R., Steinberg C.E.W., Kettrup A. 1998. Comparing trends in lake acidification using hydrochemical modeling and paleolimnology: the case of the Herrenwieser See, Black Forest, Germany. The Science of the Total Environment 218, 113-121.

Rothfritz H., Jüttner I., Suren A., Ormerod S.J. 1997. Epiphytic and epilithic diatom communities along environmental gradients in the Nepalese Himalaya: implications for the assessment of biodiversity and water quality. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 138, 465-482.

Jüttner I., Lintelmann J., Michalke B., Winkler R., Steinberg C.E.W., Kettrup A. 1997. The acidification of the Herrenwieser See, Black Forest, Germany, before and during industrialization. Water Research 31, 1194-1206.

Jüttner I., Rothfritz H., Ormerod S.J. 1996. Diatoms as indicators of river quality in the Nepalese Middle Hills with consideration of effects by habitat-specific sampling. Freshwater Biology 36, 475-486.

Ormerod S.J., Rundle S.D., Wilkinson S.M., Daly G.P., Dale K.M., Jüttner I. 1994. Altitudinal trends in the diatoms, bryophytes, macroinvertebrates and fish of a Nepalese river system. Freshwater Biology 32, 309-322.

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