Prof. Dr. Bela H. Buck

Studiengang

Bachelorstudiengang Maritime Technologien, Masterstudiengang Biotechnologie

Organisation

Fachbereich 1, Studiengänge "Maritime Technologien" und "Biotechnologie der Marinen Ressourcen" (beide Bachelor), Studiengang Biotechnologie (Master)

Funktion

Hochschullehrer, Fachgebiet: Angewandte Meeresbiologie und Aquakultur, verantwortlich für den NWVM, Wissenschaftler am AWI

Telefon

+49 471 4823-239

E-Mail

Gebäude

T

Etage

2

Raum

T 2011

Raumsuchsystem

Adresse

Haus T - Büro: Raum 02.011,
Meeresbiologisches Labor: 02.003
An der Karlstadt 8
D-27568 Bremerhaven
Germany

Fax

+49 471 4823-199

Sprech-/ Öffnungszeiten

während der Vorlesungszeit: Montags 14:30 - 16:00 Uhr, außerhalb der Vorlesungszeit: nach Vereinbarung

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Prof. Dr. Bela H. Buck

Forschungsgebiete

     

  1. Angewandte Meeresbiologie
  2. Marine Aquakultur (OOA & RAS)
  3. IKZM
  4. Maritime Technologien und innovatives System Desig
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Weitere Informationen

     

  1. Promotionsrecht an der Universität Bremen
  2. Mitglied von Editorial Boards: (1) Journal of Applied Ichthyology, (2) Journal of Food and Health Science
  3. Ehrenpräsident Bundesverband Aquakultur
  4. Deutscher Vertreter im ICES für den Bereich WGAQUA
  5. Mitglied der Steuergruppe DAFA
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Veröffentlichungen (nur peer-review):

 

     

  1. Abele D, Roecken D, Graeve M, Buck BH (2007) Body growth, mitochondrial enzymatic capacities and aspects of the antioxidant system and redox balance under calorie restriction in young turbot (Scophthalmus maximus, L.). Aquaculture Research 38 (5): 467-477.
  2. Bartsch I, Wiencke C, Bischof K, Buchholz CM, Buck BH, Eggert A, Feuerpfeil P, Hanelt D, Jacobsen S, Karez R, Karsten U, Molis M, Roleda MY, Schumann R, Schubert H, Valentien K, Weinberger F, Wiese J (2008) The genus Laminaria sensu lato: recent insights and developments. European Journal of Phycology 43(1): 1-86.
  3. Bischoff AA, Lutz M, Buck BH (2018) Juvenile turbot (Scophthalmus maximus L., 1758) farmed in a modern low-water exchange RAS device: growth performance using different diets and its commercial implications. Journal of Applied Aquaculture 30(1): 15-28.
  4. Bischoff A, Koch L, Thon M, Buck BH (2015) Inoculation of biofilter in recirculated aquaculture systems (RAS). Global Aquaculture Advocate 20: 35-36.
  5. Brenner M, Buck BH (2010) Attachment properties of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis L.) byssus threads on culture-based artificial collector substrates. Aquacultural Engineering 42(3): 128-139.
  6. Brenner M, Broeg K, Frickenhaus S, Buck BH, Koehler A (2014) Multi-biomarker approach using the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis L.) to assess the quality of marine environments: Season and habitat-related impacts. Marine Environmental Research 95:13-27.
  7. Brenner B, Fraser D, Van Nieuwenhove K, O`Beirn F, Buck BH, Mazurié J, Thorarinsdottir G, Dolmer P, Sanchez-Mata A, Strand O, Kamermans P (2014) Bivalve aquaculture transfers in Atlantic Europe. Part B: environmental impacts of transfer activities. Ocean & Costal Management 89: 139-146.
  8. Brenner M, Buchholz C, Heemken O, Buck BH, Koehler A (2012) Health and growth performance of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis L.) from two different hanging cultivation sites in the German Bight: a nearshore - offshore comparison. Aquaculture International 20: 751-778.
  9. Brenner M, Buck BH, Köhler A (2007) New concepts for the multi-use of offshore wind farms and high quality mussel cultivation. Global Aquaculture Advocate 10(1): 79-81.
  10. Brenner M, Buck BH, Cordes S, Dietrich L, Jacob U, Mintenbeck K, Schröder A, Brey T, Knust R, Arntz W (2001) The role of iceberg scours in niche separation within the Antarctic fish genus Trematomus. Polar biology 24: 502-507.
  11. Buchholz CM, Krause G, Buck BH (2012) Seaweed and Men. In: Seaweed Ecophysiology & Ecology by C. Wiencke & K. Bischof (Eds.). Ecological Studies of Springer, 471-493.
  12. Buck BH (2009) Seaweed aquaculture in the open coastal waters, Aquaculture and Food (4) Special edition, 100-103.
  13. Buck BH (2007) Experimental trials on the feasibility of offshore seed production of the mussel Mytilus edulis in the German Bight: Installation, technical requirements and environmental conditions. Helgoland Marine Research 61: 87-101.
  14. Buck BH (2007) Farming in a high energy environment: Potentials and constraints of sustainable offshore aquaculture in the German Bight (North Sea) - (Chancen und Limitierungen extensiver Offshore-Aquakultur in der deutschen Bucht), Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung = Reports on polar and marine research / Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung, 543, pp 235.
  15. Buck BH (2004) Farming in a High Energy Environment: Potentials and Constraints of Sustainable Offshore Aquaculture in the German Bight (North Sea), PhD Thesis, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Bremerhaven, 214 pp., University of Bremen.
  16. Buck BH (2000) Experimentally Induced Bleaching and Recovery of Tridacna gigas, Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology, Bremen (Germany), Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA), Townsville (Australia), James Cook University, Townsville (Australia), University of Bremen. 99 pp.
  17. Buck BH, Grote B (2018) Seaweed in High Energy Environments: Protocol to move Saccharina Cultivation Offshore. In: Charrier B, Wichard T, Reddy CRK (Eds.): Protocols for Macroalgae Research. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. ISBN-13: 978-1498796422 - ISBN-10: 1498796427
  18. Buck BH, Langan R (2017) Aquaculture Perspective of Multi-Use Sites in the Open Ocean: The Untapped Potential for Marine Resources in the Anthropocene (Eds.). Springer. ISBN(1): 978-3-319-51157-3 – ISBN(2) 978-3-319-51159-7 (eBook). 404 p.
  19. Buck BH, Langan R (2017) Epilogue - Pathways towards Sustainable Ocean Food Production. In: Buck BH, Langan R (Eds.) Aquaculture perspective of multi-use sites in the open ocean: The untapped potential for marine resources in the Anthropocene. ISBN(1): 978-3-319-51157-3 – ISBN(2) 978-3-319-51159-7 (eBook). 394-404.
  20. Buck BH, Bochert A (2014) Special Issue "Marine Energy Systems"(Eds.), Journal of Marine Science and Engineering.
  21. Buck BH, Krause G (2012) Integration of Aquaculture and Renewable Energy Systems, In: Robert A. Meyers (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Sustainability Science and Technology Vol. 1, Springer Science+Business Media LLC. Chapter No. 180, 511-533.
  22. Buck BH, Buchholz CM (2005) Response of offshore cultivated Laminaria saccharina to hydrodynamic forcing in the North Sea. Aquaculture 250: 674-691.
  23. Buck BH, Buchholz CM (2004) The Offshore-Ring: A new system design for the open ocean aquaculture of macroalgae. Journal of Applied Phycology 16: 355-368.
  24. Buck BH, Troell M, Krause G, Angel D, Grote B, Chopin T (2018) State of the art and challenges for multi-trophic offshore aquaculture. Frontiers of Marine Science 5: Article 165 (21 pages)
  25. Buck BH, Nevejan N, Wille M, Chambers M, Chopin T (2017) Offshore and Multi-Use Aquaculture with Extractive Species: Seaweeds and Bivalves. In: Buck BH, Langan R (Eds.) Aquaculture perspective of multi-use sites in the open ocean: The untapped potential for marine resources in the Anthropocene. ISBN(1): 978-3-319-51157-3 – ISBN(2) 978-3-319-51159-7 (eBook). 23-69.
  26. Buck BH, Krause G, Pogoda P, Grote B, , Wever L, Goseberg N, Schupp MF, Mochtak A, Czybulka D (2017) Case Study German Bight: Pioneer Projects of Aquaculture-Wind Farm Multi-Uses. In: Buck BH, Langan R (Eds.) Aquaculture perspective of multi-use sites in the open ocean: The untapped potential for marine resources in the Anthropocene. ISBN(1): 978-3-319-51157-3 – ISBN(2) 978-3-319-51159-7 (eBook). 253-354
  27. Buck BH, Brüggemann J, Hundt M, Bischoff AA, Grote B, Hagen W (2015) Nematodes as live food in aquaculture: Improvements of culture techniques and diet quality identification. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 31: 1-9.
  28. Buck BH, Ebeling M, Michler-Cieluch T (2010) Mussel Cultivation as a Co-Use in Offshore Wind Farms: Potentials and Economic Feasibility. Aquaculture Economics and Management 14(4): 255-281.
  29. Buck BH, Krause G, Michler-Cieluch T, Brenner M, Buchholz CM, Busch JA, Fisch R, Geisen M, Zielinski O (2008) Meeting the quest for spatial efficiency: Progress and Prospects of Extensive Aquaculture within Offshore Wind Farms. Helgoland Marine Research 62: 269-281.
  30. Buck BH, Berg-Pollack A, Assheuer J, Zielinski O, Kassen D (2006) Technical realization of extensive aquaculture constructions in offshore wind farms: consideration of the mechanical loads, Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, OMAE 2006: presented at the 25th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, 4th-9th June 2006, Hamburg, Germany / sponsored by Ocean, Offshore, and Arctic Engineering, ASME. New York, NY: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, pp 1-7.
  31. Buck BH, Walter U, Rosenthal H, Neudecker T (2006) The Development of Mollusc farming in Germany: Past, Present and Future. World Aquaculture Magazine 6-11: 66-69.
  32. Buck BH, Thieltges DW, Walter U, Nehls G, Rosenthal H (2005) Inshore-offshore comparison of parasite infestation in Mytilus edulis: Implications for open ocean aquaculture. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 21(2): 107-113.
  33. Buck BH, Krause G, Rosenthal H (2004) Extensive open ocean aquaculture development within wind farms in Germany: the prospect of offshore co-management and legal constraints. Ocean & Coastal Management 47(3-4): 95-122.
  34. Buck BH, Krause G, Rosenthal H, Smetacek V (2003) Aquaculture and Environmental Regulations: The German Situation within the North Sea, in: Kirchner, A. (Ed.) International Marine Environmental Law: Institutions, Implementation and Innovation. International Environmental Law and Policies Series of Kluwer Law International 64. The Hague: Kluwer. pp. 211-229.
  35. Buck BH, Rosenthal H, Saint-Paul U (2002) Effect of increased irradiance and thermal stress on the symbiosis of Symbiodinium microadriaticum and Tridacna gigas. Aquatic Living Resources 15 (2): 107-117.
  36. Cranford PJ, Kamermans P, Krause G, Mazurié J, Buck BH, Dolmer P, Fraser D, van Nieuwenhove K, O’Beirn FX, Sanchez-Mata A, Thorarinsdóttir GG, Strand Ø (2012) An ecosystem-based approach and management framework for the integrated evaluation of bivalve aquaculture impacts. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 2: 193-213.
  37. Fuchs VI, Schmidt J, Slater MJ, Buck BH, Steinhagen D (2017) Influence of immunostimulant polysaccharides, nucleic acids and Bacillus strains on the innate immune and acute stress response in turbots (Scophthalmus maximus) fed soy bean- and wheat-based diets. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 43(6): 1501-1515.
  38. Fuchs V, Schmidt J, Slater MJ, Zentek J, Buck BH, Steinhagen D (2015) The effect of supplementation with polysaccharides, nucleotides, acidifiers and Bacillus strains in fish meal and soy bean based diets on growth performance in juvenile turbot (Scophthalmus maximus). Aquaculture 437: 243-251.
  39. Gimpel A, Stelzenmüller V, Grote B, Núñez-Riboni I, Buck BH, Pogoda B, Floeter J, Temming A (2015) Evaluating the co-use of offshore wind farms and aquaculture in the German EEZ - a GIS modelling approach. Marine Policy 55: 102-115.
  40. Griffin R, Krause K, Buck BH (2015) Co-production as a policy for marine spatial planning: The case of offshore wind energy and aquaculture. Aquaculture 436: 80-89.
  41. Holm P, Buck BH, Langan R (2017) Introduction: New Approaches to Sustainable Offshore Food Production and the Development of Offshore Platforms. In: Buck BH, Langan R (Eds.) Aquaculture perspective of multi-use sites in the open ocean: The untapped potential for marine resources in the Anthropocene. ISBN(1): 978-3-319-51157-3 – ISBN(2) 978-3-319-51159-7 (eBook). 1-20.
  42. Hörterer C, Schupp M, Benkens A, Buck BH (2018) Climate Change and Biodiversity – Implications for the Local Fisheries Sector. In: Krause G. (Ed.) Building Bridges at the Science-Stakeholder Interface. Springer Briefs in Earth System Sciences. 31-37.
  43. Hundt M, Brüggemann J, Grote B, Bischoff AA, Martin-Creuzburg D, Gergs R, Buck BH (2015) Fatty acid composition of Turbatrix aceti and its use in feeding regimes of Coregonus maraena (Bloch, 1779): is it really a suitable alternative to Artemia nauplii? Journal of Applied Ichthyology 31: 343–348.
  44. Joschko TJ, Buck BH, Gutow L, Schröder A (2008) Colonisation of an artificial hard substrate by Mytilus edulis in the German Bight. Marine Biology Research 4(5): 350-360.
  45. Krause G, Buck BH, Breckwoldt A (2018) The cultural service of cultured shellfish: understanding the socio-economics of marine shellfish producer communities through time. (Aqua-Culturing communities: understanding the socio-economic dynamics of marine bivalve production / The role of socio-economics in marine bivalve culture and management). In: Smaal A, (Eds.) Goods and Services of Marine Bivalves. Springer. In Press
  46. Krause G, Griffin RM, Buck BH (2011) Perceived Concerns and Advocated Organisational Structures of Ownership Supporting ‘Offshore Wind Farm – Mariculture Integration’, From Turbine to Wind Farms: Technical Requirements and Spin Off Products /edited by G. Krause. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech, Open Access Publisher, 203-218.
  47. Leggat W, Buck BH, Grice A, Yellowlees D (2003) The Impact of Bleaching on the Metabolic Contribution of Dinoflagellate Symbionts to their Giant Clam Host. Plant cell and environment 26: 1951-1961.
  48. Michler-Cieluch T, Krause G, Buck BH (2009) Reflections on integrating operation and maintenance activities of offshore wind farms and mariculture. Ocean & Coastal Management 52(1): 57-68.
  49. Michler-Cieluch T, Krause G, Buck BH (2009) Marine aquaculture within offshore wind farms: Social aspects of multiple use planning. GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 18(2): 158-162.
  50. Muehlbauer F, Fraser D, Brenner M, Van Nieuwenhove K, Buck BH, Strand O, Mazurié J, Thorarinsdottir G, Dolmer P, O`Beirn F, Sanchez-Mata A, Flimlin G, Kamermans P (2014) Bivalve aquaculture transfers in Atlantic Europe. Part A: transfer activities and legal framework. Ocean & Costal Management 89: 127-138.
  51. Pogoda P, Buck BH, Saborowski R, Hagen W (2013) Biochemical and elemental composition of the offshore cultivated oysters Ostrea edulis and Crassostrea gigas. Aquaculture 319: 53-60.
  52. Pogoda B, Jungblut S, Buck BH, Hagen W (2012) Parasitic infestations of copepods in oysters and mussels: differences between nearshore wild banks and an offshore cultivation site in the German Bight. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 28: 756–765.
  53. Pogoda B, Buck BH, Hagen W (2011) Growth performance and condition of oysters (Crassostrea gigas and Ostrea edulis) farmed in an offshore environment (North Sea, Germany). Aquaculture 319: 484-492.
  54. Rosenthal H, Costa-Pierce BA, Krause G, Buck BH (2012) Bremerhaven Declaration on the Future of Global Open Ocean Aquaculture, Part I: Preamble and Recommendations. Aquaculture Forum on Open Ocean Aquaculture Development - From visions to reality: the future of offshore farming. Funded by: Investment in sustainable fisheries co-financed by the European Union (European Fisheries Fund – EFF), Ministry of Economics, Labour and Ports (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen), The Bremerhaven Economic Development Company Ltd., 4 pp.
  55. Rosenthal H, Costa-Pierce BA, Krause G, Buck BH (2012) Bremerhaven Declaration on the Future of Global Open Ocean Aquaculture - Part II: Recommendations on Subject Areas and Justifications. Aquaculture Forum on Open Ocean Aquaculture Development - From visions to reality: the future of offshore farming. Funded by: Investment in sustainable fisheries co-financed by the European Union (European Fisheries Fund – EFF), Ministry of Economics, Labour and Ports (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen), The Bremerhaven Economic Development Company Ltd., 8 pp.
  56. Rosenthal H, Buck BH, Koch M (2013) Bremerhaven Declaration on the Future of Fish Nutrition and Aquaculture Technology – Part I: Preamble and Recommendations. Aquaculture Forum on Finfish Nutrition and Aquaculture Technology at the Crossroads. Funded by: Investment in sustainable fisheries co-financed by the European Union (European Fisheries Fund – EFF), Ministry of Economics, Labour and Ports (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen), The Bremerhaven Economic Development Company Ltd., 4 pp.
  57. Rosenthal H, Buck BH, Koch M (2013) Bremerhaven Declaration on the Future of Fish Nutrition and Aquaculture Technology – Part II: Recommendations and Justifications. Aquaculture Forum on Finfish Nutrition and Aquaculture Technology at the Crossroads. Funded by: Investment in sustainable fisheries co-financed by the European Union (European Fisheries Fund – EFF), Ministry of Economics, Labour and Ports (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen), The Bremerhaven Economic Development Company Ltd., 12 pp.
  58. Schmidt J, Bischoff AA, Weiß M, Kim SK, Frickenhaus S, Slater MJ, Buck BH (2017) Effect of Beta-1-3-Glucan and Mannans on Growth and Fitness of Starry Flounder (Platichthys Stellatus): A Potential New Candidate for Aquaculture in Temperate Regions. Journal of Fisheries Sciences 11 (3): 17-25.
  59. Seemann U, Lorkowski K, Slater M, Buchholz F, Buck BH (2017) Feed alternatives for Noble crayfish Astacus astacus based on fatty acid and lipid analyses. Journal of Shellfish Research 36(2): 519–527.
  60. Seemann U, Lorkowski K, Slater M, Buchholz F, Buck BH (2015) Growth performance of Nobel crayfish Astacus astacus in indoor recirculating systems. Aquaculture International 23(4): 997-1012.
  61. Seemann U, Lorkowski K, Schiffer M, Hörterer C, Slater M, Buck BH (2014) Survival of early stripped eggs of the noble crayfish, Astacus astacus, and effects of saline solution during artificial incubation. Freshwater Crayfish 20(1): 1-6.
  62. Stelzenmüller V, Diekmann R, Bastardie F, Schulze T, Berkenhagen J, Kloppmann M, Krause G, Pogoda B, Buck BH, Kraus G (2016) Co-location of passive gear fisheries in offshore wind farms in the German EEZ of the North Sea: A first socio-economic scoping. Journal of Environmental Management 183(3): 794-805.
  63. Walter U, Buck BH, Rosenthal H (2002) Marikultur im Nordseeraum: Status Quo, Probleme und Tendenzen, in: Lozán, J. L., E. Rachor, K. Reise, J. Sündermann & H. v. Westernhagen (Hrsg.). Warnsignale aus Nordsee und Wattenmeer - Eine aktuelle Umweltbilanz. GEO, Hamburg. 122-131.
  64. Weiß M, Buck BH (2017) Blue Mussel (Mytilus edulis) meat as a partial fish meal replacement for the diet in turbot aquaculture. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 33(3): 354-360.
  65. Wever L, Krause G, Buck BH (2015) Lessons from stakeholder dialogues on marine aquaculture in offshore wind farms: Perceived potentials, constraints and research gaps. Marine Policy 51: 251-259.
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