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Dr Mattila, Johanna

Institutes (2)  Top | Institutes | Publications | Project 
  • Abo Akademi University; Environmental and Marine Biology (AAU), more
  • Function: Head of Husö Biological Station

    Direct contact at institute:
    Tel.: +358-(0)2-215 43 84
    Fax: +358-(0)2-215 34 28
  • Abo Akademi University; Husö Biological Station, more
  • Direct contact at institute:
    Tel.: +358-(0)2-215 43 84
    Fax: +358-(0)2-215 34 28

Project  Top | Institutes | Publications | Project 
  • Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning - EU Network of Excellence, more

Publications (11)  Top | Institutes | Publications | Project 
    ( 7 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Peer reviewed article Aarnio, K.; Mattila, J.; Törnroos, A.; Bonsdorff, E. (2011). Zoobenthos as an environmental quality element: the ecological significance of sampling design and functional traits, in: Green, J.A. et al. (Ed.) Marine Biology in Time and Space. Proceedings of the 44th European Marine Biology Symposium, 7-11 September 2009, Liverpool, UK. Marine Ecology (Berlin), 32(S1): pp. 58-71., more
  • Aarnio, K.; Mattila, J. (2000). Predation by juvenile Platichthys flesus (L.) on shelled prey species in a bare sand and a drift algae habitat, in: Jones, M.B. et al. (Ed.) Island, Ocean and Deep-Sea Biology: Proceedings of the 34th European Marine Biology Symposium, held in Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal, 13-17 September 1999. Developments in Hydrobiology, 152: pp. 347-355, more
  • Peer reviewed article Aarnio, K.; Mattila, J. (2000). Predation by juvenile Platichthys flesus (L.) on shelled prey species in a bare sand and a drift algae habitat. Hydrobiologia 440(1-3): 347-355, more
  • Peer reviewed article Appelgren, K.; Mattila, J. (2005). Variation in vegetation communities in shallow bays of the northern Baltic Sea. Aquat. Bot. 83(1): 1-13., more
  • Peer reviewed article Iius, E.; Vartti, V.-P.; Ikäheimonen, T.K.; Mattila, J.; Klemola, S. (2002). Technetium-99 in biota samples collected along the Finnish coast in 1999. Boreal Env. Res. 7(2): 91-97, more
  • Peer reviewed article Kraufvelin, P.; Sinisalo, B.; Leppäkoski, E.; Mattila, J.; Bonsdorff, E. (2001). Changes in zoobenthic commmunity structure after pollution abatement from fish farms in the Archipelago Sea (N. Baltic Sea). Mar. Environ. Res. 51(3): 229-245, more
  • Peer reviewed article Laine, A.O.; Mattila, J.; Lehikoinen, A. (2006). First record of the brackish water dreissenid bivalve Mytilopsis leucophaeata in the northern Baltic Sea. Aquat. Invasions 1(1): 38-41, more
  • Mattila, J. (1992). How do intermediate infaunal predators function between fish predators and infaunal prey? Some tests in aquaria, in: Colombo, G. et al. (Ed.) Marine Eutrophication and Population Dynamics: 25th European Marine Biology Symposium, Ferrara (Italy), 10-15 September 1990. International Symposium Series, : pp. 183-188, more
  • Mattila, J. (1995). Does habitat complexity give refuge against fish predation? Some evidence from two field experiments, in: Eleftheriou, A. et al. (Ed.) Biology and ecology of shallow coastal waters. Proceedings of the 28th European Marine Biological Symposium, Crete, Greece, 23-28 September 1993. International Symposium Series, : pp. 261-268, more
  • Peer reviewed article Mattila, J.; Bonsdorff, E. (1989). The impact of fish predation on shallow soft bottoms in brackish waters (SW Finland); an experimental study. Neth. J. Sea Res. 23(1): 69-81, more
  • Mattila, J.; Olafsson, E.B.; Johansson, A. (1990). Predation effects of Crangon crangon on benthic infauna on shallow sandy bottoms: an experimental study from Southern Sweden, in: Barnes, M. et al. (Ed.) Trophic Relationships in the Marine Environment: Proceedings of the 24th European Marine Biology Symposium. pp. 503-516, more

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