Stefan Schmutz
Stefan Schmutz
Professor für Gewässerökologie
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Assessment of European streams with diatoms, macrophytes, macroinvertebrates and fish: a comparative metric‐based analysis of organism response to stress
D Hering, RK Johnson, S Kramm, S Schmutz, K Szoszkiewicz, ...
Freshwater biology 51 (9), 1757-1785, 2006
Assessing river biotic condition at a continental scale: a European approach using functional metrics and fish assemblages
D Pont, B Hugueny, U Beier, D Goffaux, A Melcher, R Noble, C Rogers, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (1), 70-80, 2006
Re‐establishing and assessing ecological integrity in riverine landscapes
M Jungwirth, S Muhar, S Schmutz
Freshwater biology 47 (4), 867-887, 2002
Angewandte Fischökologie an Fließgewässern
M Jungwirth, G Haidvogl, O Moog, S Muhar, S Schmutz
Facultas-Verlag, 2003
Managing aquatic ecosystems and water resources under multiple stress—An introduction to the MARS project
D Hering, L Carvalho, C Argillier, M Beklioglu, A Borja, AC Cardoso, ...
Science of the total environment 503, 10-21, 2015
Resistance and resilience of the forest soil microbiome to logging-associated compaction
M Hartmann, PA Niklaus, S Zimmermann, S Schmutz, J Kremer, ...
The ISME journal 8 (1), 226-244, 2014
Fish migration and fish bypasses
M Jungwirth, S Schmutz, S Weiss
Fishing News Books, 1998
Multiple human pressures and their spatial patterns in e uropean running waters
R Schinegger, C Trautwein, A Melcher, S Schmutz
Water and Environment Journal 26 (2), 261-273, 2012
A multi-level concept for fish-based, river-type-specific assessment of ecological integrity
S Schmutz, M Kaufmann, B Vogel, M Jungwirth, S Muhar
Assessing the ecological integrity of running waters, 279-289, 2000
Fundamentals of fish ecological integrity and their relation to the extended serial discontinuity concept
M Jungwirth, S Muhar, S Schmutz
Hydrobiologia 422, 85-97, 2000
Fish‐based methods for assessing European running waters: a synthesis
S Schmutz, IG Cowx, G Haidvogl, D Pont
Fisheries Management and Ecology 14 (6), 369-380, 2007
A predictive index of biotic integrity model for aquatic-vertebrate assemblages of western US streams
D Pont, RM Hughes, TR Whittier, S Schmutz
Transactions of the american Fisheries Society 138 (2), 292-305, 2009
Full-length haplotype reconstruction to infer the structure of heterogeneous virus populations
FD Giallonardo, A Töpfer, M Rey, S Prabhakaran, Y Duport, C Leemann, ...
Nucleic acids research 42 (14), e115-e115, 2014
The effects of recreated instream and ecotone structures on the fish fauna of an epipotamal river
M Jungwirth, S Muhar, S Schmutz
The Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones for Freshwater Fish, 195-206, 1995
Identification of rivers with high and good habitat quality: methodological approach and applications in Austria
S Muhar, M Schwarz, S Schmutz, M Jungwirth
Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Running Waters, 343-358, 2000
River restoration concepts—goals and perspectives
S Muhar, S Schmutz, M Jungwirth
The Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones for Freshwater Fish, 183-194, 1995
Response of fish communities to hydrological and morphological alterations in hydropeaking rivers of Austria
S Schmutz, TH Bakken, T Friedrich, F Greimel, A Harby, M Jungwirth, ...
River research and applications 31 (8), 919-930, 2015
The Austrian way of assessing the ecological integrity of running waters: a contribution to the EU Water Framework Directive
A Chovanec, P Jäger, M Jungwirth, V Koller-Kreimel, O Moog, S Muhar
Hydrobiologia 422, 445-452, 2000
Fish drift in a Danube sidearm‐system: II. Seasonal and diurnal patterns
A Zitek, S Schmutz, A Ploner
Journal of Fish Biology 65 (5), 1339-1357, 2004
The effect of managed hydropower peaking on the physical habitat, benthos and fish fauna in the River Bregenzerach in Austria
P Parasiewicz, S Schmutz, O Moog
Fisheries Management and Ecology 5 (5), 403-417, 1998
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