Forschungsbereich 3: Marine Ökologie
FE Evolutionsökologie Mariner Fische
My research interest focuses on understanding how anthropogenic stressors affects species, populations and communities.
The focus of my PhD research is on eco-evolutionary dynamics in phytoplankton communitites in response to ocean acidification. I focus on adaptation and eco-evo dynamics in simple phytoplankton communities consisting of two species. During my PhD I have helped to develop a stable phytoplankton system of two species to investigate long term effects of ocean acidification and competition.
During my studies molecular processes in organisms have been of great interest during several practical projects at the University of Zurich (molecular study on C. elegans, population study on house mice) and the IOW in Warnemünde (study of Thraumrcheota from the Baltic Sea). During my Master thesis I developed a gene expression analysis in Atlantic herring larvae for a set of genes and analysed the effect of ocean acidification and warming on gene expression in Atlantic herring larvae during their first 40 days of life.
I am part of the DokTeam 2017 as representative of the doctoral researchers of the GEOMAR.
Organisation of NextGen Conference 2017 at GEOMAR
Help with practical teaching:
2015 Practical Course of Master Program Biological Oceanography: DNA barcoding of Phytoplankton species
2017 Practical Course of Master Program Biological Oceanography: Microsatellite Analysis and Population study of Seagrass
Klaus Höchstetter Stiftung
Stipend holder since 10/2013
Establishment and support of Summer Camp "Nord- und Ostsee entdecken"
Master of Science in Biological Oceanography - "Gene expression analysis in Atlantic Herring larvae in response to temperature and CO2."
Christian-Albrecht University of Kiel, Geomar
Bachelor of Science in Biology, minor in Biogeochemistry
University of Zurich
Selection by higher-order effects of salinity and bacteria on early life-stages of Western Baltic spring-spawning herring. Maude Poirier, Luisa Listmann, Olivia Roth, Evolutionary Applications. 2017 (6)
Inter- and intraspecific phenotypic plasticity of three phytoplankton species in response to ocean acidification. Giannina S. I. Hattich, Luisa Listmann, Julia Raab, Dorthe Ozod-Seradj, Thorsten B. H. Reusch, Birte Matthiessen, Biology Letters, 13 2017 (2)
Swift thermal reaction norm evolution in a key coccolithophore species. Luisa Listmann, Maxime LeRoch, Lothar Schlüter, Mridul K. Thomas, Thorsten B.H. Reusch, Evolutionary Applications 2016
Chemoautotrophic growth of ammonia-oxidizing Thraumarchaeota enriched from a pelagic redox gradient in the Baltic Sea. Berg C, Listmann L., Vandieken V., Vogts A., Jürgens K., Frontiers in Microbiology, 2014
Interacting effect of competition and CO2 on Emiliania huxleyi, L. Listmann, G.I.Hattich, B. Matthiessen, T.B.H. Reusch; Dynatrait international conference Hannover 2017
Competition matters (II) – long term response to CO2 in a competing marine phytoplankton community; L. Listmann, G.I.Hattich, B. Matthiessen, T.B.H. Reusch; ESA conference, Portland 2017
Interacting effect of competition and CO2 on two major phytoplankton species; L. Listmann, G.I.Hattich, B. Matthiessen, T.B.H. Reusch; Trait-based approaches workshop, Bergen 2017
Competition matters (I) – long term response to CO2 in a competing marine phytoplankton community; L. Listmann, G.I.Hattich, B. Matthiessen, T.B.H. Reusch; Dynatrait conference Hannover 2017