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|since 2008||Research assistant (doctoral student) at the Dept. of Animal Ecology at the Bielefeld University, Germany.
Doctoral thesis: Influence of biotic and abiotic factors on periphytic meiofauna in littoral zones of lakes (supported by the Erken Laboratory, Sweden).
|December 2007||Diploma thesis: Population-growth of Panagrolaimus cf. thienemanni and Poikilolaimus spec. at different food-densities.
|2001-2007||Studies of biology at Bielefeld University, Germany|
Schroeder F., Peters, L., & W. Traunspurger (2013): Nematodes in the periphyton of lakes: Variations in diversity, species composition, age structure, and sex ratio. International Review of Hydrobiology 98: 1-12.
Kazemi-Dinan, A., Schroeder F., Peters, L., Majdi, N. & W. Traunspurger (2014): The effect of trophic state and depth on periphytic communities in lakes. Limnologica 44: 49-57.
Schroeder F., Kathöfer D., Traunspurger W. & L. Peters (2013): Grazing effects on nematodes and other components of the periphyton at three depths in Lake Erken. Freshwater Science 32(4): 1088-1100.
Schroeder, F., Peters, L. & W. Traunspurger (2012):Temporal variations in epilithic nematode assemblages in lakes of different productivities. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 181 (2): 143 - 157.
Schroeder, F., Traunspurger, W., Pettersson K. & L. Peters (2012): Temporal changes in periphytic meiofauna in lakes of different trophic states. Journal of Limnology 71 (1): 216 - 227.
Schroeder, F., Muschiol D. & W. Traunspurger (2010): Fluctuating food availability may permit coexistence in bacterivorous nematodes. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 178(1): 59-66.
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