Alexandra Lischka
Alexandra Lischka
Institute for Applied Ecology New Zealand, School of Applied Sciences, AUT
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High cadmium and mercury concentrations in the tissues of the orange-back flying squid, Sthenoteuthis pteropus, from the tropical Eastern Atlantic
A Lischka, T Lacoue-Labarthe, HJT Hoving, J Javidpour, JL Pannell, ...
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 163, 323-330, 2018
A mitochondrial phylogeny of the family Onychoteuthidae (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida)
KSR Bolstad, HE Braid, JM Strugnell, AR Lindgren, A Lischka, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 128, 88-97, 2018
Trace element analysis reveals bioaccumulation in the squid Gonatus fabricii from polar regions of the Atlantic Ocean
A Lischka, T Lacoue-Labarthe, P Bustamante, U Piatkowski, HJT Hoving
Environmental Pollution 256, 113389, 2020
Distribution of trace elements in the tissues of arrow squid (Nototodarus sloanii) from the Chatham Rise, New Zealand: Human health implications
A Lischka, CJ Pook, JL Pannell, HE Braid, S Gaw, KSR Bolstad
Fisheries Research 221, 105383, 2020
Cephalopods of the Sargasso Sea: distribution patterns in relation to oceanography
A Lischka, U Piatkowski, R Hanel
Marine Biodiversity 47 (3), 685-697, 2017
Metal composition of arrow squid (Nototodarus sloanii [Gray 1849]) from the Chatham Rise, New Zealand: implications for human consumption
A Lischka, CJ Pook, KSR Bolstad, JL Pannell, HE Braid
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26 (12), 11975-11987, 2019
Influence of sexual dimorphism on stable isotopes and trace element concentrations in the greater hooked squid Moroteuthopsis ingens from New Zealand waters
A Lischka, H Braid, Y Cherel, K Bolstad, T Lacoue-Labarthe, ...
Marine Environmental Research 159, 104976, 2020
DNA barcoding from the hooked squids (Cephalopods: Onychoteuthidae) of the Sargasso Sea
A Lischka, HE Braid, KSR Bolstad
Hydrobiologia 808 (1), 107-113, 2018
SEAMOX: The Influence of Seamounts and Oxygen Minimum Zones on Pelagic Fauna in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic Cruise No. MSM49 November 28-December 21, 2015 Las Palmas de Gran …
B Christiansen, C Buchholz, F Buchholz, X Chi, S Christiansen, A Denda, ...
DFG-Senatskommission für Ozeanographie, 2016
Trophic ecology drives trace element concentrations in the Antarctic octopod community
A Lischka, P Bustamante, H Braid, U Piatkowski, T Lacoue-Labarthe
Science of the Total Environment 768, 144373, 2021
Trace element concentrations, including Cd and Hg, in long-finned pilot whales (Globicephala melas edwardii) mass stranded on the New Zealand coast
A Lischka, EL Betty, HE Braid, CJ Pook, S Gaw, KSR Bolstad
Marine Pollution Bulletin 165, 112084, 2021
Regional assessment of trace element concentrations in arrow squids (Nototodarus gouldi, N. sloanii) from New Zealand waters: Bioaccessibility and impact on food web and human …
A Lischka, HE Braid, JL Pannell, CJ Pook, S Gaw, M Yoo, KSR Bolstad
Environmental Pollution 264, 114662, 2020
An Integrative Assessment Combining Deep-Sea Net Sampling, in situ Observations and Environmental DNA Analysis Identifies Cabo Verde as a Cephalopod Biodiversity Hotspot in the …
V Merten, T Bayer, TBH Reusch, O Puebla, J Fuss, J Stefanschitz, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 9, Art. Nr. 760108, 2021
Squid as a vector for trace element bioaccumulation in New Zealand’s food webs
A Lischka
Auckland University of Technology, 2020
Molecular phylogenetic analysis of the squid family Histioteuthidae (Mollusca, Cephalopoda)
HE Braid, KSR Bolstad, Y Cherel, FÁ Fernández-Álvarez, H Judkins, ...
Cephalopod International Advisory Council, 2018
Tintenfische–die Spitzenathleten der Weltmeere
U Piatkowski, A Lischka
Faszination Meeresforschung, 143-146, 2017
Cephalopods of the Sargasso Sea-Distribution patterns in relation to hydrographic conditions
A Lischka
Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, 2015
Recent advances on the abundance and diversity of oceanic cephalopods from the eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean
HJT Hoving, S Czudaj, H Fock, A Lischka, U Piatkowski
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