Mitarbeitende

Christian Michel

Dr. Christian Michel

Projektleiter Modul-Stufen-Konzept

Abteilung Systemanalyse, Integrated Assessment und Modellierung

Über mich

Environmental scientist with main interest in human impacts in ecosystems

Specialized in aquatic ecology, ecotoxicology as well as data analysis in R. Experienced in interdisciplinary research and professional training in coaching and communication.

I am passionate to create synergies and to build bridges that allow an integrated assessment to tackle current challenges in ecosystem management.


Selected publications

    Michel C., Schindler-Wildhaber, Y.,  Leib, V., Remund, N., Schuwirth, N. (2017) Überarbeitung des Makrozoobenthos Index - Natürliche Einflussfaktoren, Ursache-Wikrungs-Analyse und Diskussion des SPEAR-Index. Aqua & Gas No. 4 / 2017 70-77 link
    Michel, C., Herzog, S., de Capitani, C., Burkhardt-Holm, P. and Pietsch, C. (2014a) Natural mineral particles are cytotoxic to rainbow trout gill epithelial cells in vitro. PLOS ONE  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0100856 link
    Michel, C., Schindler Wildhaber, Y., Epting, J., Thorpe, K., Huggenberger, P., Alewell, C. and Burkhardt‐Holm, P. (2014b) Artificial steps mitigate the effect of fine sediment on the survival of brown trout embryos in a heavily modified river. Freshwater biology 59(3), 544-556. link
    Michel, C., Schmidt-Posthaus, H., Burkhardt-Holm, P. and Richardson, J. (2013) Suspended sediment pulse effects in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)—relating apical and systemic responses. Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 70(4), 630-641. link
    Michel, C., Hicks, B.J., Stölting, K.N., Clarke, A.C., Stevens, M.I., Tana, R., Meyer, A. and Van den Heuvel, M.R. (2008) Distinct migratory and non-migratory ecotypes of an endemic New Zealand eleotrid (Gobiomorphus cotidianus)–implications for incipient speciation in island freshwater fish species. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8(1), 49. link
    Van Den Heuvel, M.R., Michel, C., Stevens, M.I., Clarke, A.C., Stölting, K.N., Hicks, B.J. and Tremblay, L.A. (2007) Monitoring the effects of pulp and paper effluent is restricted in genetically distinct populations of common bully (Gobiomorphus cotidianus). Environmental science & technology 41(7), 2602-2608. link

Full list of publications: Google Scholar Profil


{{ element.title }}

Projekte

Entwicklung von einheitlichen ökologischen Bewertungsmethoden für Flussmanagement.

{{ element.title }}

{{ element.title }}

{{ element.title }}

{{ element.title }}

Adresse

E-Mail: christian.michel@eawag.ch
Telefon: +41 58 765 5556
Fax: +41 58 765 5802
Adresse: Eawag
Überlandstrasse 133
8600 Dübendorf
Büro: FC D28

{{ element.title }}

{{ element.title }}

{{ element.title }}

{{ element.title }}

{{ element.title }}