Marek Stibal


  1. Stibal M, Anesio AM, Blues CJD, Tranter M (2009) Phosphatase activity and organic phosphorus turnover on a high Arctic glacier. Biogeosciences Discussions 6:2697-2721
  2. Stibal M, Tranter M, Telling J, Benning LG (2008) Speciation, phase association and potential bioavailability of phosphorus on a Svalbard glacier. Biogeochemistry 90:1-13 (DOI)
  3. Stibal M, Tranter M, Benning LG, Rehak J (2008) Microbial primary production on an Arctic glacier is insignificant in comparison to allochthonous organic carbon input. Environmental Microbiology 10:2172-2178 (DOI)
  4. Stibal M, Tranter M (2007) Laboratory investigation of inorganic carbon uptake by cryoconite debris from Werenskioldbreen, Svalbard. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 112:G04S33, doi:10.1029/2007JG000429 (DOI)
  5. Stibal M, Elster J, Sabacka M, Kastovska K (2007) Seasonal and diel changes in photosynthetic activity of the snow alga Chlamydomonas nivalis (Chlorophyceae) from Svalbard determined by PAM fluorometry. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 59:265-273 (DOI)
  6. Kastovska K, Stibal M, Sabacka M, Cerna B, Santruckova H, Elster J (2007) Microbial community structure and ecology of subglacial sediments in two polythermal Svalbard glaciers characterized by the epifluorescence microscopy and PLFA. Polar Biology 30:277-287 (DOI)
  7. Stibal M, Sabacka M, Kastovska K (2006) Microbial communities on glacier surfaces in Svalbard: impact of physical and chemical properties on abundance and structure of cyanobacteria and algae. Microbial Ecology 52:644-654 (DOI)
  8. Kastovska K, Elster J, Stibal M, Santruckova H (2005) Microbial assemblages in soil microbial succession after glacial retreat in Svalbard ( High Arctic). Microbial Ecology 50:396-407 (DOI)
  9. Stibal M, Elster J (2005) Growth and morphology variation as a response to changing environmental factors in two Arctic species of Raphidonema (Trebouxiophyceae) from snow and soil. Polar Biology 28:558-567 (DOI)