Marinus Otte

Department of Biological Sciences
Phone:  Only available by email
Office: Stevens 121
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Research Interests

Responses of wetland plants to changes in their environment. 'Extreme' wetlands. Elemental uptake by wetland plants associated with hot springs. Metal tolerance in wetland plants. Natural and constructed wetlands for improvement of water quality. Wetlands for phytoremediation and phytostabilization of mine wastes.

Recent Publications

Kuo P-H, Shih S-S, Fang W-T; Otte ML (2021). Developing riverscape indices and associated fish habitat quality to examine the effects of habitat fragmentation and river corridor disruption. Journal of Environmental ManagementVolume 296, 15 October 2021, 113197

Otte ML, Fang W-T, Jiang M (2021) A framework for identifying reference wetland conditions in highly altered landscapes. WETLANDS 41: 40

Yuan Y, Zhu X, Jiang M, Yu H, Otte ML (2021) Interactions between Fe and light strongly affect phytoplankton communities in a eutrophic lake. Ecological Indicators 126: 107664.

Yuan Y, Zhu X, Mushet DM, Solensky M, Otte ML (2021) Chemical connectivity and multi-element composition of groundwater in depressional wetlands. WETLANDS 41:73

Zhu X, Jiang M, Yuxiang Yuan Y, Song C, Li Y, Wang G, Otte ML (2021). Multi-element fingerprinting of soils can reveal conversion of wetlands to croplands.   Science of the Total Environment. 752, 15 January 2021, 141997.

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