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BIO Paper Session

Co-Convenors: Michael J. Dagg (U.S.A.) and Sinjae Yoo (Korea)

Oral and poster presentations on biological aspects of the Annual Meeting theme are welcome, as well as papers on all aspects of biological oceanography in the North Pacific and its marginal seas (except those related to the BIO-sponsored Topic Sessions S3 and S8). Early career scientists are especially encouraged to submit papers to this session.

October 30, 2009

David Mackas, Sonia Batten, Ken Coyle and Russ Hopcroft
Perspectives on a decade of change in the Alaska Gyre: A comparison of three Northeast Pacific zooplankton time series (BIO-P-5937)
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Bryan A. Black
Growth-increment chronologies reflect ecosystem responses to climate variability in the northeastern Pacific (BIO-P-5884)


Seung-Hyun Son, Meng-Hua Wang and Jae Hoon Noh
Satellite-observed chlorophyll a data in the dump site of the Yellow Sea (BIO-P-5703)


Shinji Shimode and Atsushi Tsuda
Geographical distribution and ontogenetic migration of Eucalanus californicus (Johnson) in the western North Pacific Ocean (BIO-P-5851)
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Mi Hee Chung and Won Duk Yoon
Variation of the epiphytic community and biomass on Zostera marina (eelgrass) related to the host plant and environmental factors (BIO-P-5863)
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Tatyana N. Krupnova and Yury I. Zuenko
Development Laminaria japonica early stages in the coastal waters of Primorye caused by climate change (BIO-P-5810)
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Hongyan Bao, Ying Wu, Lixin Tian, Jing Zhang and Guiling Zhang
Sources and distributions of terrigenous organic matter in a mangrove-dominant small tropical estuary, South China (BIO-P-5867)


Evgenia E. Vekhova, Michael I. Kusaykin and Konstantin V. Kiselev
The phytoplankton contribution to the common mussel diet (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) of the Sea of Japan (BIO-P-5835)
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Anastasia Dolganova
Modern condition of fauna of Polychaeta in the Amur Bay (Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan) (BIO-P-5565)


Toru Kobari, Haruko Mori and Hitomi Tokushige
Nucleic acid and protein contents of ontogenetically migrating copepods in the subarctic Pacific Ocean as influenced by development stage and depth (BIO-P-5561)


Young-Ok Kim, Pung-Guk Jang, Eun-Jin Yang, Seung-Won Jeong and Kyoungsoon Shin
Tintinnid species as biological sensors for monitoring the Kuroshio Extension in Korean coastal waters (BIO-P-5897)


Yuichiro Nishibe, Shuhei Nishida and Atsushi Yamaguchi
Vertical distribution, population dynamics and lipid storage of the cyclopoid copepod Oithona similis in the Oyashio region, western subarctic Pacific (BIO-P-5813)


Julie E. Keister, Emanuele Di Lorenzo, Cheryl A. Morgan, William T. Peterson, Vincent Combes and Neri Mariani
Zooplankton species composition is linked to ocean transport in the Northern California Current (BIO-P-5850)
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Elena Dulepova and Anatoly Volkov
East-west contrasts in production of zooplankton communities in the Bering Sea (BIO-P-5546)


Naoki Tojo, Ryuichi Matsukura, Hiroki Yasuma, Kenji Minami, Akira Nishmura, Orio Yamamura, Tetsuichiro Funamoto, Satoshi Honda and Kazushi Miyashita
Environmentally driven seasonal distribution of zooplankton along the Pacific coast off eastern Hokkaido, Japan (BIO-P-5701)


Yugo Shimizu, Kazutaka Takahashi, Shin-ichi Ito, Shigeho Kakehi, Hiroaki Tatebe, Ichiro Yasuda, Akira Kusaka and Tomoharu Nakayama
Transport of large subarctic copepods from the Oyashio area to the mixed water region by the coastal Oyashio intrusion (BIO-P-5577)
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C. Tracy Shaw, Leah R. Feinberg and William T. Peterson
Population dynamics of the euphausiids Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa spinifera off Newport, OR, USA in relation to environmental conditions (BIO-P-5523)
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Olga Yu. Tyurneva, Yuri M. Yakovlev and Vladimir V. Vertyankin
Photographic identification of the Korean-Okhotsk gray whale (Eschrichtius Robustus) offshore northeast Sakhalin Island and southeast Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia), 2008 (BIO-P-5641)


Tabitha C.Y. Hui, Rowenna Flinn, Edward J. Gregr, Ruth Joy and Andrew W. Trites
Are Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) affected by prey availability in the western Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands? (BIO-P-5667)
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