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HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR CURRENT AND PAST RESEARCH PROJECTS

RESEARCH PROJECT
(** current projects)
COLLABORATORS AND AFFILIATIONS
**N2 fixation in the Mediterranean and Red Seas Barak Herut – (IOLR, Israel)
Margaret M – Old Dominion University, USA
**Impacts of eutrophication on primary production and N2 fixation along the Israeli coastline Barak Herut – (IOLR, Israel)
**Programmed Cell Death in the marine cyanobacterium Trichodesmium Kay Bidle (Rutgers University, USA)
**Marine diazotrophs in face of environmental change Wolfgang Hess (Freiburg University)
**Applying metatranscriptomics to assess the impacts of elevated temperatures and sea-water acidification on coastal plankton populations from the eastern Mediterranean and Red Seas Wolfgang Hess (Freiburg University)
**Influence of anthropogenic pollution on toxicity of Trichodesmium blooms Cecile Dupouy, Sophie Bonnet, Martine Rodier
(MIO, Marseille,France & IRD New Caledonia)
**Practical solutions to biofilm formation in RO desalination plants Tom Berman (KLL- IOLR)(RIP)
Shlomo Margel –( Bar Ilan University)
**Effects of desalination outflows on coastal microbial communities Nurit Kress (IOLR, Israel)
**Impacts of global changes (Ocean acidification, Enhanced temperatures, Eutrophication) on biological N2 fixation and primary productivity in oceans. Crete Mesocosm
Barak Herut, Vivi Pitta (HCMR –Greece ) and international team
Fe uptake and assimilation in the diazotroph Trichodesmium Yeala Shaked (Hebrew University, Jerusalem & Interuniversity Institute Eilat)
Effect of CO2 on aquatic nitrogen fixation Julie LaRoche (GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany)
Impact of increasing CO2 on Trichodesmium Bjorn Rost, Sven Kranz (AWI, Germany), Doug Campbell and Chris Brown (Canada)
Controlling nitrogen-fixation in aquatic environments Ondrej Prasil (Trebon, Czech Republic)
Hendrik Kupper (Constance University)
Nutrient recycling by zooplankton in Lake Kinneret Gideon Gal (Kinneret Limnological Laboratory)
Photophysiology of zooxanthellae under elevated temperatures Dan Tchernov (Haifa University & Interuniversity Institute Eilat)