Andreas Brutemark

Postdoctoral forskare
Aronia, Kustlandsteamet
Raseborgsvägen 9
+358 (0)19 224 8417






  • Planktonekologi, såväl växtplankton, cyanobakterier och djurplankton
  • Flödet av näringsämnen och energi genom den mikrobiella födoväven
  • Trofiska interaktioner mellan plankton och deras omvärld
  • Betydelsen av alggifter och giftproduktion för algblomning
  • Användandet av stabila isotoper för studier av mikrobiella födovävar




Hogfors, H., Motwani, N.H., Hajdu, S., El-Shehawy, R., Holmborn, T., Vehmaa, A., Engström-Öst, J., Brutemark, A. & Gorokhova, E.: Bloom-forming cyanobacteria support copepod reproduction and development in the Baltic Sea. PLOS ONE 9: e112692. Abstract PDF (in press)

Brutemark, A., Engström-Öst, J., Vehmaa, A. & Gorokhova, E.: Growth, toxicity and oxidative stress of a cultured cyanobacterium (Dolichospermum sp.) during different pH and temperature conditions. Phycological Research (in press)

Almén, A.-K., Vehmaa, A., Brutemark, A. & Engström-Öst, J. (2014) Coping with climate change? Copepods experience drastic variations in their physicochemical environment on diurnal basis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 460: 120-128. Abstract

Engström-Öst, J., Holmborn, T., Brutemark, A., Hogfors, H., Vehmaa A. & Gorokhova, E. (2014) The effects of short-term pH decrease on the reproductive output of the copepod Acartia bifilosa – a laboratory study. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 47: 173-183. Abstract

Vehmaa, A., Hogfors, H., Gorokhova, E., Brutemark, A., Holmborn, T. & Engström-Öst, J. (2013) Projected marine climate change: effects on copepod oxidative status and reproduction. Ecology & Evolution 3: 4548-4557.    Abstract    PDF

Brutemark, A. & Engström-Öst, J. (2013) Does the presence of zooplankton influence growth and toxin production of Nodularia spumigena? International Review of Hydrobiology 98: 225-234. Abstract

Engström-Öst, J., Repka, S., Brutemark, A. & Nieminen, A. (2013) Clay and algae-induced effects on biomass, cell size and toxin concentration in a brackish-water cyanobacterium. Hydrobiologia 714: 85-92. Abstract PDF

Suikkanen, S., Pulina, S., Engström-Öst, J., Lehtiniemi, M., Lehtinen, S. & Brutemark, A. (2013): Climate change and eutrophication induced shifts in northern summer plankton communities. PLoS One 8(6): e66475. Abstract PDF

Vehmaa, A., Brutemark, A. & Engström-Öst, J. (2012): Maternal effects may act as an adaptation mechanism for copepods facing pH and temperature changes. PLoS One 7(10): e48538. Abstract

Grubisic LM, Brutemark A, Weyhenmeyer GA, Wikner J, Båmstedt U, Bertilsson S (2012) Effects of stratification depth and dissolved organic matter on brackish bacterioplankton communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 453: 37-48 PDF

Per Carlsson, Edna Granéli, Wilhelm Granéli, Eliane Gonzalez Rodriguez, Wanderson Fernandes de Carvalho, Andreas Brutemark, Elin Lindehoff (2012) Bacterial and phytoplankton nutrient limitation in tropical marine waters, and a coastal lake in Brazil. - Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 418-419: 37-45. Abstract

Andreas Brutemark, Jonna Engström-Öst & Anu Vehmaa (2011) Long-term monitoring data reveal pH dynamics, trends and variability in the western Gulf of Finland. - Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies 40: 91-94

Andreas Brutemark & Edna Granéli (2011) Role of mixotrophy and light for growth and survival of the toxic haptophyte Prymnesium parvum. Harmful Algae 10:388-394.

Holly A. Bowers, Andreas Brutemark, Wanderson F. Carvalho & Edna Granéli (2010) Combining flow cytometry and real-time PCR methodology to demonstrate consumption by Prymnesium parvum. - Journal of American Water Resources Association 46: 133-143.

Andreas Brutemark, Elin Lindehoff, Edna Granéli & Wilhelm Granéli (2009) Carbon isotope variability among cultured microalgae: influence of species, nutrients and growth. - Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 372: 98-105.

Andreas Brutemark, Karin Rengefors & N. John Anderson (2006) An experimental investigation of phytoplankton nutrient limitation in two contrasting low arctic lakes. - Polar Biology 29: 487-494