Publications 2009

Russell, J., Eggermont, H., Taylor, R. & Verschuren, D., 2009. Paleolimnological records of recent glacier recession in the Rwenzori Mountains, Uganda-D. R. Congo. J. Paleolimnol. 41, 253-271. Read more

Russell, J.M., McCoy, S.J., Verschuren, D., Bessems, I. & Huang, Y., 2009. Human Impacts, climate change, and aquatic ecosystem response during the past 2,000 years at Lake Wandakara, Uganda. Quat. Res. 72, 315-324. Read more

Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Ossebaar, J., Abbas, B., Schouten, S. & Verschuren, D., 2009. Fluxes and distribution of tetraether lipids in an equatorial African lake: Constraints on the application of the TEX86 palaeothermometer and BIT index in lacustrine settings. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 73, 4232–4249. Read more

Verschuren, D., Sinninghe Damsté, J.S., Moernaut, J., Kristen, I., Blaauw, M., Fagot, M., Haug, G.H. & CHALLACEA project members, 2009. Half-precessional dynamics of monsoon rainfall near the East African equator. Nature 462, 637-641. Read more

Sadeghi, S. Adriaens, D., Dumont, H.J., 2009. Geometric morphometric analysis of wing shape variation in ten European populations of Calopteryx splendens (Harris, 1782) (Zygoptera: Calopterygidae). Odonatologica 38, issue 4, 341-357. Read more

Van Damme, K., Dumont, H.J., 2009. Notes on chydorid endemism in continental Africa: Matralona gen. N., a monotypic Alonine from the Fouta Djalon Plateau (Guinea, West Africa) (Crustacea: Cladocera: Anomopoda). Zootaxa, issue 2051, 26-40. Read more

Van Damme, K., Brancelj, A., Dumont, H.J., 2009. Adaptations to the hyporheic in Aloninae (Crustacea: Cladocera): allocation of Alona protzi Hartwig, 1900 and related species to Phreatalona gen. Nov. Hydrobiologia 618, 1-34. Read more

Dumont, H.J., Adriaens, E., 2009. Experimental hybridization of two African Streptocephalus species (Crustacea, Branchiopoda: Anostraca). Current science 96, issue 1, 88-90. Read more

Bots, J., Van Dongen, S., Adriaens, T., Dumont, H.J., Stoks, R., Van Gossum, H., 2009. Female morphs of a colour polymorphic damselfly differ in developmental instability and fecundity. Animal biology 59, issue 1, 41-54.

Dumont, H.J., Hollwedel, W., 2009. Leptodora kindtii (Focke, 1844) from Bremen, Germany: discovered, forgotten, and rediscovered. Crustaceana 82, issue 11, 1457-1461.