Projects overview

More then twenty projects

RESIST comprises 20 projects plus three central projects, a graduate school and a data storage project.

Project A01

Direct and indirect effects of multiple stressors in freshwater ecosystems on microbial parasites and scavengers


Project A02

Effect of multiple stressors on the microbial ecosystem functions DOC degradation and biomass recycling in water and sediment


Project A03

Functional and compositional responses of stream microphytobenthic communities to multiple stressor increase and decrease


Project A04

The roles of bacteria and fungi for CPOM degradation during stressor increase and release: A metatranscriptomic approach


Project A05

Impairment and recovery of stream ecosystems experiencing multiple stressors: Responses of leaf- associated fungi, microbial activities and litter decomposition

Project A06

Stressor modulated community responses and functional redundancy of microbial predator-prey interactions


Project A07

Degradation and recovery of protistan parasite communities under multiple stressors



Project A08

Individual and combined stressor effects on freshwater invertebrate communities and an associated ecosystem function: an ExStream mesocosm study

Project A09

Responses of metazoan parasite communities to stressor increase and release



Project A10

The scent of danger - predator-mediated shifts in benthic invertebrate community composition and genotypic diversity in multiply-stressed riverine ecosystems

Project A11

Multiple stressor effects on sculpins (Cottus sp.) and related top-down effects on riverine food-webs



Project A12

Effects of multiple stressors on food web architecture and processes



Project A13

Diet-consumer interactions under variable stressor conditions as revealed by stable isotope studies of individual amino acids


Project A14

Spatio-temporal dynamics of environmental variables, stressors and their interactions on the instream- and catchment scale


Project A15

Enhancing the predictive ability of species distribution models: stressor interactions, life cycle, and depicting degradation and recovery


Project A16

Biotic and abiotic drivers of macroinvertebrate dispersal



Project A17

Temporal and spatial effects of stressors, biotic interaction and dispersal on riverine benthic invertebrate community variability


Project A18

Delineating multiple stressor-response relationships at the individual level: A mechanistic modelling approach


Project A19

Testing the Asymmetric Response Concept in disturbed and recovering stream ecosystems: integrating the contributions of multi-stressor tolerance, dispersal and biotic interactions to (a)symmetry of response

Project A20

The role of individual tolerance for community assembly during degradation and recovery



Project Z01

Central administration of the CRC 1439



Project Z02

Maintenance of experimental systems, central field work and central sample analysis


Project Z03

RESIST synthesis



Project Z-INF

Data management and integration



Project MGK

Integrated Research Training Group of RESIST