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Ongoing PhD studies

Karolina Kaziukonytė “Impact of Nemunas Floods on Ecosystem Services in Curonian Lagoon and Nemunas Delta“

Soukaina Elyaagoubi “Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change on Ecosystem Services Offered by Oualidia and Curonian Lagoons Environment“

Marta Lauro “Pathways of anaerobic respiration in estuarine sediments: role of metals reduction (Fe,Mn) and methanogenesis“

Johanna Schumacher “Tools and Approaches for supporting Coastal and Marine Policy“

Lukas Oliver Ritzenhofen “Mussel cultivation in the Baltic Sea“

Vaidotas Andrašūnas “The influence of multi-annual and seasonal effects of plankton species composition and abundance on survival of fish larvae and young of the year fishes transitional waters (Curonian Lagoon)”

Greta Gyraitė “Human pathogens and potential risks for southern Baltic bathing waters”

Mirco Haseler “Meso- and microplastic in the Baltic coastal environment”

Rasa Idzelytė “Influence of ice on the ecological processes in the Curonian Lagoon”

Edgaras Ivanauskas “Analysis and imitational modeling of the fish communities dynamics in the Curonian lagoon”

Donata Overlingė “Potential biotechnological exploitation of secondary metabolites produced by cyanobacteriae”

Tobia Politi “Interactions and novel approaches to disentangle benthic nutrient cycling considering microbial communities, aquatic macroinvertebrates and primary producers”

Sabina Solovjova “Patterns of the bottom macrofauna long-term changes in the south-eastern Baltic Sea and Curonian Lagoon”

Vaiva Stragauskaitė “Development and testing of macrophytobenthos water quality indicators for coastal and estuarine ecosystems”

Jovita Mėžinė “Modelling of sediment transport in Lithuania Baltic Sea coastal area and coastal zone”