DETAILED SCHEDULE (Oral and Poster Presentations)

4th International Zooplankton Symposium

Human and climate forcing of zooplankton populations
May 28 - June 1, 2007, Hiroshima, Japan


DateSessionStartEndDuration (min.)PresenterPaper IDType of PresentationAbstract Title
5/28/2007W110:05 AM10:35 AM30Wulf Greve3433OralClimate effects on North Sea zooplankton
5/28/2007W110:35 AM10:55 AM20Sophie Pitois3312OralHave climate induced changes in zooplankton community led to poor conditions for larval fish growth? A test on cod larvae on the UK shelf
5/28/2007W110:55 AM11:15 AM20Rüdiger Voss3347OralImpacts of climate change on the Baltic zooplankton – fish larvae link: Evidence for sprat (Sprattus sprattus L.) larval behaviour change influencing recruitment levels
5/28/2007W111:30 AM11:50 AM20Leif Chrisitian Stige3676OralThe combined effects of climate and fish on zooplankton abundance and distribution in the southern Barents Sea
5/28/2007W111:50 AM12:10 PM20Dag Slagstad3742OralEffect of Climatic change on the production and distribution of C. finmarchicus in the Norwegian and Barents Seas.
5/28/2007W112:10 PM12:30 PM20Hans-Juergen Hirche3589OralWhat controls interannual variability of abundance and phenology of Acartia clausi in the southern North Sea?
5/28/2007W102:20 PM02:40 PM20Sergey Piontkovski3349OralDecline of zooplankton biomass in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean
5/28/2007W102:40 PM03:00 PM20Sonia D Batten3329OralChanges in the oceanic northeast Pacific plankton populations; what may happen in a warmer ocean.
5/28/2007W103:00 PM03:20 PM20Martin Edwards3689OralSpatial variability of marine climate change impacts in the North Atlantic
5/28/2007W103:20 PM03:40 PM20Juan-Carlos Molinero3741OralNorthern Hemisphere climate impact on Mediterranean zooplankton
5/28/2007W104:10 PM04:30 PM20Tamara Shiganova3440OralArrival Mediterranean species into the Black Sea is increasing.
5/28/2007W104:30 PM04:50 PM20A.V. Temnykh3296OralThe Variability of the Black Sea Zooplankton as a Derivative of Long Term Dynamics in the Water Hydrological Structure.
5/28/2007W210:15 AM10:35 AM20Ramasamy Santhanam2794OralCurrent zooplankton production research in India
5/28/2007W210:35 AM10:55 AM20Young-Shil Kang3426OralZooplankton in the Korean Waters
5/28/2007W210:55 AM11:15 AM20Inneke F. M. Rumengan3658OralZooplankton researches in Indonesian waters
5/28/2007W211:30 AM11:50 AM20Jun Nishikawa3693OralMesozooplankton in the Sulu Sea and its adjacent waters with special reference to copepods
5/28/2007W211:50 AM12:10 PM20Riki Sato3612OralExperimental study on appendicularians
5/28/2007W212:10 PM12:30 PM20Mary Mar P. Noblezada3399OralSpatial distribution of chaetognaths along with oceanographic conditions off Northern bicol Shelf, Philippines (Pacific Coast)
5/28/2007W202:00 PM02:20 PM20Chetan A. Gaonkar3286OralZooplankton community structure in the ports of Mumbai, India: An account since 1940’s
5/28/2007W202:20 PM02:40 PM20Chih-hao Hsieh3402OralLong-term variation of trophic status and its impact on the diversity and abundance of zooplankton in Lake Biwa
5/28/2007W202:40 PM03:00 PM20Iskandar Mirabdullayev3674OralSuccession of zooplankton in the Aral Sea
5/28/2007W203:00 PM03:20 PM20Ephrime Bicoy Metillo3301OralMonsoonal influence on the spatio-temporal patterns of zooplankton abundance and assemblage structure in Iligan Bay, Northern Mindanao Philippines
5/28/2007W203:20 PM03:40 PM20Nallamuthu Godhantaraman3267OralSeasonal variations in abundance, biomass and ecological significance of microzooplankton in tropical coastal marine waters, South India
5/28/2007W204:10 PM04:30 PM20Jinhui Wang3600OralResponse of zooplankton populations to Eutrophication in Changjiang Estuary: phosphate enrichment in mesocosm and field study
5/28/2007W204:30 PM04:50 PM20Vijayalakshmi R. Nair3467OralRole of zooplankton in pollution monitoring: Case studies along the west coast of India
5/28/2007W204:50 PM05:10 PM20Hina S. Baig3635OralVariation in distribution of phyto and zooplankton biomass during NE-monsoonal period in coastal waters of Karachi, Pakistan
5/28/2007W310:05 AM10:35 AM30Stephen Nicol3314InvitedWhat's so special about krill?
5/28/2007W310:35 AM10:55 AM20Angus Atkinson3512OralUnderstanding mechanisms for the success of Antarctic krill: an approach based on habitat risk and reward
5/28/2007W310:55 AM11:15 AM20Jonathan Watkins3715OralThe importance of advection in a productive Southern Ocean ecosystem
5/28/2007W311:30 AM11:50 AM20Geraint Tarling3475OralRelationship of parasitism to life-cycle characteristics of Euphausia superba
5/28/2007W311:50 AM12:10 PM20Martin J Cox3513OralCharacterising the three dimensional structure of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) swarms
5/28/2007W312:10 PM12:30 PM20Peter H. Wiebe3711OralAntarctic krill aggregation structure and vertical migration in relation to features of the physical and biological environment
5/28/2007W312:30 PM12:50 PM20Eileen E. Hofmann3706OralClimate variability, Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) spawning, and Adelie penguin (Pygoscelis adeliae) chick growth
5/28/2007W302:00 PM02:20 PM20Eileen Hofmann3572OralENSO drives interannual variability of the Antarctic Peninsula pelagic marine ecosystem
5/28/2007W302:20 PM02:40 PM20Caroline Tracy Shaw3529OralReview of life history and ecology of Euphausia pacifica off Newport, OR, USA
5/28/2007W302:40 PM03:00 PM20Huilian Liu3464OralThe distribution pattern, abundance and life cycle of Euphausia pacifica in the Southern Yellow Sea
5/28/2007W303:00 PM03:20 PM20Jaime Gómez-Gutiérrez3275OralMultidisciplinary study of the subtropical sac-spawning euphausiid Nyctiphanes simplex in the southern part of the California Current System and Gulf of California
5/28/2007W303:20 PM03:40 PM20Joseph J. Torres3748OralSouthern Ocean GLOBEC: Overwintering metabolism in Antarctic zooplankton and micronekton
5/28/2007W304:10 PM04:30 PM20Dorothea Stübing3617OralSeasonal lipid dynamics of the Antarctic krill Euphausia superba in the Lazarev Sea
5/28/2007W304:30 PM04:50 PM20Bettina Meyer3531OralThe importance of zooplankton as food source for larval Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba during winter
5/28/2007W304:50 PM05:10 PM20Toshihiro Yoshida3608OralStructural changes in the digestive glands of larval Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) through starvation
5/28/2007W305:10 PM05:30 PM20Se-Jong Ju3729OralThe Biochemical estimation of Age in Krill: Laboratory calibration and Field comparisons
5/28/2007W305:30 PM05:50 PM20So Kawaguchi3352OralMaking krill behave in the aquarium
5/29/2007 Plenary09:45 AM10:30 AM45Victoria J. Fabry3738InvitedImpacts of ocean acidification on marine zooplankton: Knowns and unknowns
5/29/2007 Plenary11:00 AM11:45 AM45Anthony J. Richardson3798InvitedIn hot water: zooplankton communities now and in the future
5/29/2007 Plenary11:45 AM12:30 PM45Albert Calbet3401InvitedThe role of microzooplankton in a changing ocean
5/29/2007S102:05 PM02:35 PM30E. Chris Pielou3357InvitedPlankton, from the last ice age to the year 3007
5/29/2007S102:35 PM02:55 PM20Christian Möllmann3446OralDirect and indirect effects of climate on the zooplankton community of the Central Baltic Sea
5/29/2007S102:55 PM03:15 PM20Sergey Piontkovski3603OralZooplankton time series of the World Ocean: pilot results of a global comparison
5/29/2007S103:15 PM03:35 PM20Carmen Garcìa-Comas3544OralComparison of copepod decadal variability in the coastal Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas (Mediterranean Sea)
5/29/2007S104:00 PM04:20 PM20William T. Peterson3528OralThe influence of ENSO events and the PDO on copepod biodiversity and community structure in the Northern California Current: is climate change a contributing factor?
5/29/2007S104:20 PM04:40 PM20Sanae Chiba3573OralTransformation of zooplankton community in the western North Pacific with warming condition after the 1990s
5/29/2007S104:40 PM05:00 PM20Patricia Ayón3688OralVariability in zooplankton community indexes at two coastal areas of Peruvian coastal waters between 1994 and 2006
5/29/2007S105:00 PM05:20 PM20Hans M. Verheye3567OralLong-term changes in abundance and community structure of copepods in the northern Benguela upwelling system off Namibia, 1950s-present
5/29/2007S105:20 PM05:40 PM20George Wiafe3508OralThe impact of climate change on long-term zooplankton distribution in the Gulf of Guinea upwelling region
5/29/2007S202:05 PM02:35 PM30Laurence P. Madin3717InvitedGelatinous grazers: An underestimated force in ocean carbon cycles
5/29/2007S202:35 PM02:55 PM20Humberto E. González3479OralFunctional groups and key species of the zooplankton as pivotal drivers of the biological pump in the Humboldt Current System off Chile.
5/29/2007S202:55 PM03:15 PM20Constantin Frangoulis3575OralVertical flux of zooplankton products in an oligotrophic coastal ecosystem: Importance of copepod carcasses and faecal pellets
5/29/2007S203:15 PM03:35 PM20Angela Hatton3451OralThe importance of zooplankton in unravelling the ocean methane paradox
5/29/2007S204:00 PM04:20 PM20Deborah K. Steinberg3547OralZooplankton processing of sinking particle flux in the mesopelagic zone
5/29/2007S204:20 PM04:40 PM20Kazutaka Takahashi3685OralDownward carbon transport by diel vertical migration of Metridia spp. in the Subarctic Pacific Ocean: Respiratory and mortality fluxes
5/29/2007S204:40 PM05:00 PM20Hiroaki Saito3419OralEfficient transportation of primary production to the mesopelagic layer by Neocalanus plumchrus in the subarctic Pacific
5/29/2007S205:00 PM05:20 PM20Peter Thor3416OralAbsorption of organic carbon into copepods changes with phytoplankton concentration and species composition
5/29/2007S205:20 PM05:40 PM20Sanna Rönkkönen3511OralStoichiometry of zooplankton in the Baltic Sea: spatial and interspecific variation
5/30/2007S1002:05 PM02:35 PM30Daniel Grunbaum3745InvitedExpressing simplicity while implying complexity: Increasing the biological information content of ocean biogeochemical models.
5/30/2007S1002:35 PM02:55 PM20Thomas J. Kunz3583OralModelling climate change impacts on zooplankton in the Tasman Sea, Southwest Pacific
5/30/2007S1002:55 PM03:15 PM20Marcos Llope3439OralSeasonal plankton dynamics along a cross-shelf gradient off Northern Spain
5/30/2007S1003:15 PM03:35 PM20Maurizio Ribera d'Alcala'3490OralModeling the copepod-phytoplankton interactions in presence of chemical defenses
5/30/2007S1004:00 PM04:20 PM20Fabien Lombard3578OralMultispecies modeling approach to predict foraminifer growth, ecological niches and shell export to the sea floor
5/30/2007S1004:20 PM04:40 PM20Eileen E. Hofmann3524OralA coupled genetics-growth model for Crassostrea gigas larvae
5/30/2007S1004:40 PM05:00 PM20Harold P. Batchelder3683OralModelled growth and development of Euphausia pacifica in the Northern California Current
5/30/2007S1005:00 PM05:20 PM20Michio J. Kishi3319OralPopulation dynamics model of Copepoda (Neocalanus cristatus) in the Northwestern subarctic Pacific
5/30/2007S1005:20 PM05:40 PM20Frédéric Maps3975OralModelling the interactions between the hydrodynamics and the population dynamics of Calanus finmarchicus in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, eastern Canada: (1) The “Calanus circuit”
5/30/2007S7  20Tao Zuo3672OralZooplankton communities on the continental shelf of the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea
5/30/2007S709:05 AM09:35 AM20Claudia Halsband-Lenk3368InvitedPhenotypic variability in life history traits: is intra-population variability important for zooplankton dynamics?
5/30/2007S709:35 AM09:55 AM20Robin Ross3639OralLinkage Between Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) and Primary Production
5/30/2007S709:55 AM10:15 AM20Delphine Beyrend-Dur3497OralSalinity effects on the life cycle traits of two genetically divergent populations of Eurytemora affinis (Copepoda: Calanoida): a laboratory study
5/30/2007S710:15 AM10:35 AM20Satu Viitasalo3585OralThe impact of macrozoobenthos on the benthic life stage of zooplankton
5/30/2007S711:00 AM11:20 AM20Margarita Zarubin3536OralEat, glow and die: Predation by nocturnal fish on zooplankton that grazed on bioluminescent bacteria
5/30/2007S711:20 AM11:40 AM20Jiang-Shiou Hwang3470OralEffects of turbulent flow fields on fish predation and mating success of Pseudodiaptomus annandalei (Copepoda: Calanoida)
5/30/2007S711:40 AM12:00 PM20Erica Head3659OralSeasonal cycles of Calanus spp. abundance at fixed time series stations on the Scotian and Newfoundland Shelves (1999-2005)
5/30/2007S712:00 PM12:20 PM20Sigrid B. Schnack-Schiel3620OralLife strategies of dominant Antarctic calanoid copepods in late winter/early spring
5/30/2007S712:20 PM12:40 PM20Ksenia Kosobokova3642OralPopulation structure and reproduction of the chaetognath Eukrohnia hamata in the Canada Basin, Arctic Ocean
5/30/2007S702:00 PM02:20 PM20Jeffrey Runge3570OralControl of Calanus finmarchicus dormancy patterns in the northwest Atlantic: the Lipid Accumulation Window hypothesis
5/30/2007S702:20 PM02:40 PM20Øystein Varpe3595OralCapital and income breeding as reproductive strategies in zooplankton
5/30/2007S702:40 PM03:00 PM20Takumi Nonomura3607OralLife histories of Calanus sinicus and C. jashnovi (Copepoda: Calanoida) in the water column of 1000 m depth in Sagami Bay, central Japan
5/30/2007S703:00 PM03:20 PM20Jenny A. Huggett3733OralComparative ecology of Calanoides carinatus and Calanus agulhensis in the southern Benguela and Agulhas Bank ecosystems
5/30/2007S703:20 PM03:40 PM20Erica Goetze3485OralChasing all kinds: Heterospecific mating, reproductive isolation and population dynamics of planktonic marine copepods
5/30/2007S704:00 PM04:20 PM20Jörg Dutz3505OralSeasonal changes in food quantity and quality for the development and egg production of the common North Sea copepods Temora longicornis and Pseudocalanus elongatus
5/30/2007S704:20 PM04:40 PM20Teruaki Yoshida3360OralEffect of temperature on egg development time and hatching success of three congeneric Acartiid species (Copepoda: Calanoida) from the Straits of Malacca
5/30/2007S704:40 PM05:00 PM20Andrew G. Hirst3304OralPredicting development times in marine copepods using an optimal life-history approach
5/30/2007S705:00 PM05:20 PM20Jasmin Renz3377OralPseudocalanus species in the Baltic Sea and North Sea–Comparative field studies on the life cycles of congener species in adjacent waters
5/30/2007S705:20 PM05:40 PM20Astrid Cornils3412OralThe impact of hydrographic parameters on the vertical and spatial distribution of calanoid copepod species on the shelf off SW Sulawesi (Indonesia)
5/30/2007S809:05 AM09:35 AM30Angelo Fontana3707InvitedChemodiversity and biopotential of planktonic organisms
5/30/2007S809:35 AM09:55 AM20Ann Bucklin3442OralDNA barcoding of marine zooplankton: a ‘Rosetta Stone’ for taxonomic and biodiversity studies
5/30/2007S809:55 AM10:15 AM20Jessica R. Frost3725OralBehavioral and biochemical effects of hydrostatic pressure changes on Acartia tonsa (Dana, 1848) (Copepoda: Calanoida): A methodological approach
5/30/2007S810:15 AM10:35 AM20Ryuji J. Machida3362OralZooplankton community genomics
5/30/2007S811:00 AM11:20 AM20Jae-Seong Lee3726OralThe sigma class glutathione S-transferase (GST-S) enhances resistance on oxidative stresses in the intertidal copepod Tigriopus japonicus
5/30/2007S811:20 AM11:40 AM20Lidia Yebra3341OralQuantifying Calanus finmarchicus growth and dormancy using AARS activity
5/30/2007S811:40 AM12:00 PM20Ted T. Packard3453OralEnzymatic Regulation of the Metabolism in Planktonic Communities
5/30/2007S812:00 PM12:20 PM20Isabella Buttino3405OralEffects of diatom aldehydes on copepod reproduction: use of giant liposomes encapsulated with decadienal
5/30/2007S812:20 PM12:40 PM20Adrianna Ianora3404OralUse of fluorescent probes in studies on copepod reproduction and development
5/31/2007S509:05 AM09:35 AM30Akira Taniguchi3609InvitedAn aspect of functional groups of zooplankton in oceanic ecosystems
5/31/2007S509:35 AM09:55 AM20David Mackas or King3569OralClassification of Zooplankton Life History Strategies
5/31/2007S509:55 AM10:15 AM20Juan-Carlos Molinero3740OralClimate and gelatinous carnivores in semi-closed, small-oceans. The NW Mediterranean case study
5/31/2007S510:15 AM10:35 AM20Santosh Kumar Sarkar 3282OralCommunity structure and trace elements in zooplankton in Sunderban mangrove wetland, Northeast part of Bay of Bengal, India
5/31/2007S511:00 AM11:20 AM20Jesse F. Lamb3418OralBiological responses to oceanic climate variability off Oregon and Washington USA in three calanoid copepods: Acartia tonsa, Calanus pacificus, and Paracalanus parvus
5/31/2007S511:20 AM11:40 AM20Martha Jeannette Haro-Garay3388OralDominant zooplankton shift in the Strait of Georgia: An educated guess on the trophic implications and the probable biophysical context
5/31/2007S511:40 AM12:00 PM20Song Sun3398OralSpatial and seasonal variations in distribution and abundance of net zooplankton functional groups on the continental shelf of the Yellow Sea
5/31/2007S512:00 PM12:20 PM20Natalia T. Dolganova3335OralModern status of zooplankton in the northwest part of Japan Sea.
5/31/2007S512:20 PM12:40 PM20Elena Dulepova3332OralNorth-south comparisons of plankton communities in the Okhotsk Sea
5/31/2007S609:05 AM09:35 AM30Michael R. Landry3719InvitedFrom Primary Production to Mesozooplankton: Trophic Transfers through Microbial Food Webs
5/31/2007S609:35 AM09:55 AM20Ulf Båmstedt3538OralThe Baltic Sea as a natural ecosystem to study the significance of the phytoplankton/bacterioplankton production ratio for pelagic food-web efficiency
5/31/2007S609:55 AM10:15 AM20Jean-Pierre Bergeron3311OralMicrobial loop vs short food chain: what do mesozooplankton enzymatic indices tell us about differences in food-web's efficiency and productivity?
5/31/2007S610:15 AM10:35 AM20Neil A. James3489OralThe effect of temperature and food on zooplankton gross growth efficiency
5/31/2007S611:00 AM11:20 AM20Julian Anthony Koslow3500OralClassical food webs and the microbial loop off Western Australia: Test of a new method to estimate simultaneously micro- and mesozooplankton grazing impacts
5/31/2007S611:20 AM11:40 AM20Danilo Calliari3701OralLow grazing pressure and high egg production by copepods in a productive estuarine lagoon
5/31/2007S611:40 AM12:00 PM20Cristian A. Vargas3454OralFood-web structure and carbon flows in a river-influenced and non-river influenced continental shelf at the coastal upwelling area off Central Chile (36 °S): Importance of mixotrophy and omnivory
5/31/2007S612:00 PM12:20 PM20Michael J. Dagg3414OralNeocalanus and the lower trophic levels of the subarctic Pacific Ocean.
5/31/2007S612:20 PM12:40 PM20Maiko Kagami3770OralParasitic fungi may bridge the gap between inedible algae and zooplankton
6/1/2007S309:05 AM09:25 AM20Juha Flinkman3576OralThe relation of Northern Baltic Zooplankton to climatic forcing, eutrophication and clupeid stocks in 1979-2006: bottom-up regulation revisited
6/1/2007S309:25 AM09:55 AM30Philip C. Reid3767InvitedThe importance of zooplankton in reducing levels of atmospheric CO2 via the biological pump
6/1/2007S309:55 AM10:15 AM20Daniel J. Mayor3264OralSub-lethal effects of elevated CO2 on Calanus spp.
6/1/2007S310:15 AM10:35 AM20Atsushi Ishimatsu3478OralThe effects of rising seawater CO2 on marine zooplankton
6/1/2007S311:00 AM11:20 AM20Christian Moellmann3276OralIndirect effects of climate- and overfishing- induced zooplankton changes on ecosystem structure – Regime shifts, trophic cascades and feedback loops in a simple ecosystem
6/1/2007S311:20 AM11:40 AM20Jon Watkins3697OralInterannual variability in Southern Ocean ecosystems: impacts of climate-driven fluctuations in Scotia Sea food webs
6/1/2007S311:40 AM12:00 PM20Asli Aslan-Yilmaz3664OralChanges in mesozooplankton community structure in a highly stratified basin due to anthropogenic forcing.
6/1/2007S312:00 PM12:20 PM20Sergei Pionkovski (was Galina Finenko)3473OralCtenophores - Invaders and their role in trophic dynamics of the planktonic community in the coastal regions off the Crimean coast of the Black Sea (Sevastopol Bay)
6/1/2007S312:20 PM12:40 PM20Maiju Lehtiniemi3540OralPredation and ecological impact of an introduced predatory cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi on native copepods in the Baltic Sea
6/1/2007S302:00 PM02:20 PM20Jennifer E. Purcell3396OralConsequences of extensive aquaculture-structure removal: the relative importance of planktonic versus structure-related changes
6/1/2007S302:20 PM02:40 PM20Wim Kimmerer3597OralIndirect human impacts on an estuarine foodweb illustrate the false dichotomy of top-down and bottom-up
6/1/2007S302:40 PM03:00 PM20Hans G. Dam3755OralCopepod resistance to toxic phytoplankton
6/1/2007S303:00 PM03:20 PM20Tarsicio Antezana3391OralEuphausia mucronata a central link of Humboldt Current food web.
6/1/2007S303:20 PM03:40 PM20Marina Marrari3409OralInfluence of chlorophyll and sea ice dynamics on the reproduction and recruitment of the Antarctic krill Euphausia superba in waters west of the Antarctic Peninsula (45-75 ºS, 50-80 ºW)
6/1/2007S304:00 PM04:20 PM20Brian P. V. Hunt3565OralPteropods in Southern Ocean ecosystems
6/1/2007S304:20 PM04:40 PM20Guang-Tao ZHANG3394OralDominant zooplankton species shift in Changjiang River Estuary: Possible causes
6/1/2007S304:40 PM05:00 PM20Richard R Kirby3710OralGenetic analysis of Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) samples.
6/1/2007S401:50 PM02:20 PM30Anthony Verschoor3448InvitedVariation in phytoplankton food quality and effects on plankton community structure and functioning
6/1/2007S402:20 PM02:40 PM20Serge A. Poulet3288OralParental phytoplankton diets indirectly induce variable mortality rates in copepods
6/1/2007S402:40 PM03:00 PM20Kerrie Swadling3582OralEffects of a recently introduced toxic dinoflagellate on grazing rates, egg production and survivorship of marine copepods.
6/1/2007S403:00 PM03:20 PM20Verónica L. Fuentes3359OralZooplankton mortality events in Antarctic coastal areas: a relation with global change?
6/1/2007S403:20 PM03:40 PM20Atsushi Tsuda3587OralEstimations of development and mortality rates of ontogenetically migrating copepods in the SF6 labeled watermass during iron-enrichment experiments
6/1/2007S404:00 PM04:20 PM20Hongsheng Bi3345OralA comparison of four techniques for estimating stage-specific mortality rates of copepods
6/1/2007S404:20 PM04:40 PM20Pierre Pepin3488OralPredation by the myctophid Benthosema glaciale on copepods of the genus Calanus in the Labrador Sea
6/1/2007S404:40 PM05:00 PM20Sigrun H. Jonasdottir3724OralEffects of mediocre diets on reproductive fitness of a common copepod
6/1/2007S909:05 AM09:30 AM25Mark Benfield3667InvitedFrom the OPC to the CCD
6/1/2007S909:30 AM09:55 AM25Philippe Grosjean3299InvitedThe computer does the hard work: (semi)-automatic classification of zooplankton
6/1/2007S909:55 AM10:15 AM20Phil Culverhouse3560OralTaxonomically driven recognition of features for visual categorisation of zooplankton
6/1/2007S910:15 AM10:35 AM20Nick Loomis3411OralA compact, low-power digital holographic imaging system for automated plankton taxonomical classification
6/1/2007S911:00 AM11:20 AM20Angel Lopez-Urrutia3654OralEstimating zooplankton production from images
6/1/2007S911:40 AM12:00 PM20Stemmann3546OralBiogeography of gelatinous macroplankton in the upper 1000 m depth inferred from the Underwater Video Profiler
6/1/2007S912:00 PM12:20 PM20Leonardo R Castro3669OralThe ADCP-backscatter and the use of ZOOIMAGE for discriminating diel vertical migrating zooplankton
6/1/2007S912:20 PM12:40 PM20Robert W. Campbell3661OralMeso- to small-scall distributions of plankton and marine snow in the southeastern North Sea in relation to fronts.

Sorted by Session, then by Paper ID number
SessionPresenterPaper IDPotential ReplacementType of PresentationAbstract Title
S1Mohammad Ali3295 PosterDistribution and abundance of Oikopleura spp. in Kuwait Bay during 2003-2005
S1Fabiana L. Capitanio3317 PosterSpatio-temporal distribution and ecological role of appendicularians off the La Plata River estuary (34°-39°S, 52°-58°W), Southwestern Atlantic Ocean
S1Jens Rasmussen3321 PosterZooplankton in the Irminger Basin: A comparison between 1963 and 2002 surveys, and the CPR time series.
S1Gisèle Champalbert3323 PosterChanges in zooplankton and micronekton community structure induced by human action in the Senegal River Estuary
S1Rosamma Stephen3343 PosterVariability of zooplankton and calanoid copepod community in the eastern Arabian Sea, an evaluation
S1Kazuaki Tadokoro3384 PosterDecadal scale variations in Neocalanus copepod biomass in the Oyashio and Kuroshio-Oyashio Transition waters of the western North Pacific
S1Jesse F. Lamb3443 PosterLatitudinal gradients in copepod community composition in the Northern California Current and S. Gulf of Alaska during years of varying ocean conditions
S1Anja Kreiner3444 PosterSpatial and temporal variability of the copepod community along a monitoring transect in the northern Benguela during 2000-2006
S1Moira Galbraith or Mackas3450 PosterChanges in the Chaetognath Community along the Vancouver Island Continental Margin and in the Subarctic NE Pacific
S1Claudia Castellani3466REP-1PosterTemporal and spatial variability of Oithona spp abundance and phenology in the North Atlantic, North Pacific and Southern Ocean using the CPR data
S1Webjørn Melle3509 PosterDiversity, seasonal cycles and recruitment processes of zooplankton in coastal and oceanic waters in relation to environmental variability; a time series study at a standard section off western Norway
S1Todd D. O'Brien3514 PosterSCOR WG-125: Global Comparisons of Zooplankton Time Series
S1Steve Hay3519 PosterZooplankton community description and comparison of seasonal population development for common species and groups, sampled weekly at time series sites on the Scottish east and west coasts.
S1Ruben V. Escribano3523 PosterPlankton time series in the coastal upwelling off central-southern Chile (Station 18): driving forces on planktonic community structure
S1Astthor Gislason3534 PosterICES Working Group on Zooplankton Ecology
S1Eilif Gaard3545 PosterCalanus finmarchicus changes in the southern Norwegian Sea, 1990-2006
S1Astthor Gislason3548 PosterInterannual variability in abundance and community structure of zooplankton south and north of Iceland in relation to environmental conditions in spring 1990-2006
S1Katia Julissa Aronés Flores3550 PosterTrends of copepods from peruvian northern zone – Humboldt Current System, from 1994 to 2005
S1Catherine L. Johnson3551 PosterSpatial and temporal variability in Scotian Shelf zooplankton communities
S1Maria Grazia Mazzocchi3559 PosterLong-term and seasonal variability of abundance and stable N isotope signature in coastal copepods
S1Jeffrey Runge3571 PosterA cooperative partnership with the fishing industry for long time series observing of zooplankton abundance and composition in the Gulf of Maine
S1Elena G. Arashkevich 3610REP-2PosterLong-term changes in zooplankton community of the Black Sea: biological and climatic aspects
S1Toru Suzuki3613 PosterZooplankton Data Archaeology and Rescue by Universities in Japan
S1Russell R Hopcroft3618 PosterInter-annual variations of zooplankton in the northern coastal Gulf of Alaska
S1Fabienne Cazassus3623 PosterChanges in zooplankton community structure in the northern Benguela during 1978-1989
S1Bill Sydeman3646 PosterPlanktivorous Predators as Indicators of Changes in Zooplankton: Importance of Time-Series on Trophic Ecology
S1Ioanna Siokou-Frangou3653 PosterLong-term mesozooplankton variability in a Mediterranean coastal area, as influenced by trophic relationships and climate.
S1Angel Lopez-Urrutia3655 PosterThe mid-eighties regime shift and appendicularian abundance.
S1Jesus Cabal3657 PosterA decade of sampling in the Bay of Biscay: What are the zooplankton time series telling us?
S1Kyoung-Soon Shin3671 PosterRelationship of mesozooplankton and population variations of jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) in Masan Bay, Korea.
S1Hideo Miyaguchi3691 Poster10-years variations in biomass, production and ecological role of Noctiluca scintillans
S1MªLuz Fernández de Puelles 3695 PosterDecadal changes in hydrographic and ecological time-series in the Balearic Sea (Western Mediterranean), identifying links between climate and zooplankton
S1Mark D. Ohman3720 PosterZooplankton stable N isotopes as an index of climate variation in the NE Pacific
S1Carmela Nakazaki3756 PosterEuphausiids abundance trends in two Peruvian upwelling zones.
S10Knut Yngve Børsheim3300 PosterZooplankton-phytoplankton interactions simulated by combining distinct modelling approaches in the Norwegian Sea
S10Shin-ichi Ito3385REP-1PosterEvaluation of an automated calibration approach for calibrating the NEMURO nutrient-phytoplankton-zooplankton food web model.
S10Gael Dur3495REP-2PosterIndividual-based experimental and modeling approach to study the effects of temperature and individual variability on the reproduction of the estuarine copepod Eurytemora affinis
S10Gael Dur3496 PosterInvestigation of the influence of temperature on the estuarine copepod Eurytemora affinis population dynamics through a combination of an individual-based model and field observations.
S10Cabell Davis3510REP-3PosterA simplified age-stage model for copepod population dynamics
S10Marco Uttieri3515REP-4PosterZooplankton encounters in uniform vs. patchy particle distributions
S10Todd D. O’Brien3516 PosterCopepod: An online plankton database and modeler’s resource
S10Frédéric Maps3522 PosterModelling the interactions between the hydrodynamics and the population dynamics of Calanus finmarchicus in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, eastern Canada: (2) mechanistic formulation of the mortality, swimming behavior and diapause processes.
S10Fabien Lombard3577 PosterMultispecies modeling approach to predict ecological niches and carbon export by appendicularians.
S10Bettina Meyer3588 PosterModeling Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) development in the Lazarev Sea
S10Tim Cowles3652REP-5PosterPlankton layers: Formation, persistence, and ecological consequences
S10François Carlotti3703 PosterModelling the effect of constant and fluctuating food supply on egg production rates of Acartia grani
S10Daniel Grunbaum3751 PosterLarval consumption of dissolved organic matter (DOM) and population viability of marine invertebrates in a changing ocean
S2Daniel J. Mayor3265 PosterLimitation of egg production in Calanus finmarchicus in the field: A stoichiometric analysis
S2Atsushi Yamaguchi3339 PosterRespiratory carbon flux by the diel vertical migration of the copepod Metridia pacifica in the subarctic Pacific Ocean
S2Wei-Di Yang3369REP-2PosterStudies on biological processes of the phosphorus turnover in surface water of Xiamen Harbor II: species composition of copepods and feeding impact
S2Lingfeng Huang3395 PosterDistribution, feeding and remineralization role of heterotrophic nanoflagellate in East China Sea
S2Yuichiro Nishibe3408 PosterMetabolism and chemical composition of four oncaeid copepods in the western subarctic Pacific
S2Miguel Alcaraz3428 PosterMicro- and mesozooplankton respiratory metabolism: comparison of simultaneous incubation experiments and ETS activity.
S2Koji Omori3456 PosterSources of production to subsystems of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan
S2Hideki Kaeriyama3468 PosterConcentrations of trace elements in zooplankton off northeastern Japan
S2Toru Kobari3477 PosterImportance of expatriated boreal copepods in the Oyashio-Kuroshio Mixed region
S2Julie E. Keister3520 PosterClimate effects on zooplankton biomass, species composition, and cross-shelf delivery of carbon in a coastal upwelling system.
S2Sandra Jansen3556 PosterFate of copepod faecal pellets during an iron induced phytoplankton bloom (EIFEX) in the Southern Ocean
S2Hyung-Ku Kang3633 PosterVertical distribution of suspended fecal pellets and production of copepod fecal pellets in the Ulleung Basin in the Japan/East Sea
S2Luiz Felipe Mendes De Gusmão3682 PosterMesozooplankton biomass and copepod growth rates in the Whitsunday islands, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
S2Santiago Hernández-León3736 PosterCarbon fluxes due to diel vertical migrant zooplankton during the late winter bloom in the Canary Islands waters
S2Hongbin Liu3754 PosterGrazing impact of Neocalanus spp. compared to remainder mesozooplankton in the coastal and shelf water of the Gulf of Alaska
S2Hyoung Chul Shin3777REP-1PosterKrill feces as a key vehicle of the downward particle flux in Southern Ocean
S3Kourosh Haddadi Moghaddam 3238 PosterStudy on role of zooplanktons in sturgeon food web
S3Kourosh Haddadi Moghaddam 3239 PosterThe Study of zooplanktons population effective in nutrition of Acipenser stellatus fingerlings
S3Ricardo Palomares-García/Jaime Gómez-Gutiérrez3285 PosterChanges in zooplankton community related to environmental and anthropogenic influences in a subtropical lagoon
S3Gisèle Champalbert3342 PosterMan-induced changes in trophic pathways of metazooplankton in the Senegal River Estuary (West Africa).
S3Fang Zhang3353 PosterDistribution and biomass of large jellyfish assemblages and association with oceanographic features in the Yellow Sea and Northern East China Sea
S3Patricia Ayón3381 PosterSeasonal and spatial changes in abundance, vertical distribution, grazing and egg production of dominant copepods in the Humboldt Current System off Central Peru
S3Kwang-Hyeon Chang3420 PosterImpact of artificial eutrophication on coastal zooplankton community: a comparative study of zooplankton communities receiving different human activities (fish and pearl oyster farming)
S3Maria Põllupüü3429 PosterDistribution and population structure of the non-indigenous cladoceran Evadne anonoyx in comparison of the native Evadne nordmanni in the north-eastern Baltic Sea
S3Lyudmila Kamburska3432 PosterShifts in composition and community structure of pelagic copepods in the Gulf of Trieste (Northern Adriatic Sea)
S3Tamara Shiganova3438 PosterChanges in ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi phenology and population dynamics linked to environmental variability and climate forcing in its recipient areas of the Southern Seas.
S3Claudia Castellani3441 PosterGrazing dynamics of Calanus finmarchicus and Oithona similis on the microplankton assemblage in the Irminger basin, North Atlantic
S3David McKinnon3445 PosterPlankton production and the abundance and feeding of larval fish in contrasting El Niño and La Niña years at Australia’s North West Cape.
S3Evgeny I. Barabanshchikov3463 PosterSeasonal variability and production of zooplankton community of Razdol'naya River estuary (the Peter Great Bay, Sea of Japan/East Sea)
S3Michele Casini3484 PosterThreshold dynamics in the regulation mechanism of central Baltic Sea zooplankton: causes, mechanisms and ecological implications
S3Miwa Hayashi3503 PosterBiomass, production rate and trophic roles of net-zooplankton community across the environmental gradient in Yatsushiro Bay, Japan
S3Lyudmila Kamburska3504 PosterSummer distribution and abundance of the invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi (Agassiz A., 1865) in the Black Sea
S3Susana Garrido3517 PosterCan the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) be used to infer sardine diet?
S3Eileen E. Hofmann3526 PosterA model of the growth and development of Crassostrea virginica larvae
S3Priscilla Licandro3537 PosterLong-term changes in North Atlantic zooplankton biomass
S3Evgeny I. Barabanshchikov3643 PosterZooplankton production of estuarine systems of Primorye (Russia)
S3Ho Seop Yoon3645 PosterNight illumination-induced zooplankton community change and feeding and weight increase of juvenile black seabream, Acanthopagrus schlegeli
S3Hao-Hsien Chang3648 PosterThe occurrence of ctenophore Beroe ovata in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, 2006.
S3Barbara Niehoff3662 PosterFeeding of Calanus finmarchicus and Metridia longa females during the spring bloom in the St. Lawrence estuary, Canada: evidence from stable isotope analysis and trophic biomarkers
S3Elena Gorokhova 3686 PosterA combined approach to understand trophic interactions between Cercopagis pengoi (Cladocera: Onychopoda) and mysids in the Gulf of Finland
S3Solvita Strāķe3698 PosterFactors affecting zooplankton changes in the south-eastern Baltic Sea coastal ecosystems
S3Eike Gentsch3712 PosterMeroplanktonic larvae in the marine food web - a combination of grazing experiments and stable isotope analyses at Helgoland Roads, North Sea
S3Rana El-Sabaawi3743REP-2PosterConsequences of interannual variability in the trophic status of Neocalanus plumchrus in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia
S3Luis Zambujal Chícharo3747 PosterUse of a hydrotechnical infrastructure (Alqueva Dam) to regulate planktonic assemblages in the Guadiana estuary: basis for sustainable water and ecosystem services management
S3Hans G. Dam3753 PosterEffects of elemental stoichiometric imbalance and prey size on cascading trophic interactions
S3Katia Aronés3757 PosterTemporal variability of the first stages of Euphausia mucronata and its relation with oceanographic conditios off northern Perú (1994 –2006)
S3Enric Saiz3811 PosterLethal and sublethal effects of PAHs on marine copepods
S3Jonna Engström-Öst4022 PosterCan zooplankton escape predation in turbid water?
S4Christian Moellmann3407REP-1PosterStage-specific mortality of calanoid copepods in the southern North Sea
S4Hans-Uwe Dahms3472 PosterMesozooplankton assemblages and the life cycles, hibernation and production estimates of copepods at Potter Cove (King George Island) and Marguerite Bay (Antarctic Peninsula)
S4Stéphane Plourde3543 PosterMortality rate in eggs and early naupliar stages of Calanus spp and Metridia longa: opposite effects of cannibalism/predation and phytoplankton biomass and their role in the control of population dynamics in sub-artic and arctic ecosystems
S4Peter Tiselius3555 PosterExtremely high reproduction but low biomass — mortality of the copepod Acartia tonsa during a Skeletonema costatum bloom
S4Yuji Tanaka3699REP-3PosterEscape ability of copepods - 3-D high-speed video observations
S4Mark D. Ohman3718REP-2PosterSpatial domains of increased mortality of Calanus pacificus within the California Current System
S5Mohamed Moussa Dorgham2767 PosterBioecological observations on epipelagic zooplankton in Sharm El-Sheikh, Red Sea
S5Evelyn Zoppi de Roa3279REP-3PosterRecent zooplankton research from the Caribbean and Atlantic coasts of Venezuela
S5Evelyn Zoppi de Roa3292 PosterUpwelling index and zooplankton dynamics in Mochima Bay, Venezuela
S5Fabiana L. Capitanio3318 PosterSeasonal changes in the species composition of mesozooplankton in the Beagle Channel, southern tip of South America
S5Qian Gao3330 PosterZooplankton dynamics in the near water of Yangtze Estuary
S5Agustín Schiariti3376 PosterGelatinous zooplankton off the Argentinean continental shelf: winter distribution, estimated biomass and significance for pelagic community
S5Jay O. Peterson3434REP-1PosterInfluence of the Columbia River (USA) plume on zooplankton abundance, distribution and size structure over the continental shelf.
S5Yukihiko Matsuyama3494 PosterEffects of water temperature, light, and prey organisms on growth of heterotrophic dinoflagellate Gyrodinium dominans (Dinophyceae)
S5Masato Kawahara3502 PosterGrowth, respiration and food requirement of the giant jellyfish Nemopilema nomurai (Scyphozoa: Rhizostomeae)
S5Eileen E. Hofmann3525 PosterThe effect of sampling preference and environmental conditions on the foraging success of oligotrophic copepod populations: A modeling study
S5Chang-hoon Han3553 PosterSeasonal variations in abundance and biomass of the scyphomedusa Aurelia aurita and its predation impact on mesozooplankton in a brackish-water lake, Japan
S5Takashi Kamiyama3614 PosterMicrozooplankton as a food source for Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas: seasonal variation in the gut contents and its food availability
S5Mutsuo Ichinomiya3644 PosterRole of heterotrophic dinoflagellates in the fate of ice algal production released into the water column under fast ice near Syowa Station, Antarctica
S5Naonobu Shiga3650 PosterBiogeography of appendicularians in the North Pacific Ocean
S5I. Noyan Yilmaz3663REP-2PosterSuccession of ultra fine particle feeders: the role of environmental variability.
S5Momoko Ichinokawa3687 PosterEffects of taxonomic resolutions on estimates of plankton food web structure in the epi-pelagic Equatorial Pacific
S5Silke Laakmann3700 PosterEcological niches in an almost homogeneous environment - Deep sea copepods in Polar Seas
S5François Carlotti 3704 PosterA comparison of OPC-derived zooplankton size structure in different marine ecosystem
S5Marcelo A. Pavez3708 PosterThe trophic importance of gelatinous carnivorous zooplankton in an upwelling area of the Humboldt Current System (36°S)
S5Radhouanne Ben-Hamadou3769 PosterAn integrated approach to the study of very-nearshore larval fish assemblages at the Arrábida Marine Park (Portugal)
S5Kajsa Tönnesson3783 PosterFeeding of carnivorous zooplankton in West Greenlandic waters
S5Pailin Jitchum4023 PosterEpipelagic Copepods in Andaman Sea, with 10 New Records in Thailand
S6Ricardo Palomares-Garcia3284 PosterPigment-specific rates of phytoplankton growth and microzooplankton grazing in a subtropical lagoon
S6RODRIGO ALMEDA3370REP-1PosterRole of metazoan microzooplankton in marine food webs: trophic impact and feeding performance
S6RODRIGO ALMEDA3371 PosterEffects of turbulence on clearance and ingestion rates of metazoan microzooplankton feeding on a natural microplanktonic community
S6Shin-ichi Nakano3455REP-2PosterThe dynamics of microbial and herbivorous food webs in a coastal sea with special reference to physical events
S6Jun Sun3459REP-3PosterEstimating Calanus sinicus grazing speed on phytoplankton and microzooplankton community in Harmful Algal Bloom Area of the East China Sea
S6Jose Luis Iriarte3481 PosterPhytoplankton carbon flux in a highly stratified Chilean fjord: the role of zooplankton in the pelagic food web
S6Koichi Ara3491 PosterTemporal variability in plankton food web structure and trophodynamics in Sagami Bay, Japan
S6Takeshi Okutsu3493 PosterPlankton food web structure and trophodynamics in Sagami Bay, Japan, in spring–summer 2006
S6Akiko Kihara3584 PosterTrophic coupling of Synechococcus and nanoflagellates in a bay of the Uwa Sea, Japan
S6Linda O’ Higgins3629 PosterTemporal variations in microplankton species composition off the central Oregon coast (2001-2005) and its influence on copepod population structure and biomass.
S6Eun Jin, Yang3636 PosterContribution of planktonic protozoa to Acartia hongi diets in Kyeonggi Bay, Yellow Sea
S6Ippei Ninomiya3647 PosterPossible controls on the abundance of planktonic ciliates in a bay of the Uwa Sea
S7Rosamma Stephen3271 PosterDiminishing density and diversity of copepods in the semi-enclosed docks of Mumbai Port, west coast of India
S7Ricardo Palomares-García 3283 PosterReproductive cycles of dominant calanoid copepods in a subtropical lagoon
S7Katie A. J. Hill3315 PosterRegulation of diapause in the copepod Calanus finmarchicus
S7Kathryn B. Cook3320 PosterSeasonal patterns of abundance, egg production and egg viability of the calanoid copepods Calanus helgolandicus and Calanus finmarchicus at a station off the north-western North Sea coast
S7Rey Donne S. Papa3337 PosterImpact of Botryococcus braunii Blooms on the Zooplankton of Paoay Lake
S7Chaolun Li3358 PosterReproductive responses of Calanus sinicus to food availability in the Jiaozhou Bay, China
S7Ruben V. Escribano3382 PosterCombining time series data with spatial variability to study population dynamics of the large-sized calanoid copepod, Rhyncalanus nasutus, off Central/southern Chile
S7Charles B. Miller3383 PosterHow Copepods Really Grow
S7Tarsicio Antezana3387 PosterAlternative pathways of larval development of Humboldt Current krill, Euphausia mucronata.
S7Wen-Tseng Lo3403 PosterEffects of water masses and seasonal monsoons on the distribution of siphonophores in Taiwanese waters
S7Irina Prusova3406 PosterVertical distribution of species of Eucalanidae (Copepoda: Calanoida) in the Arabian Sea
S7Pamela Hidalgo or Ruben Escribano3415 PosterDiel vertical distribution of zooplankton as constrained by the upper boundary of the oxygen minimum zone at the coastal upwelling region off northern Chile
S7C. Tracy Shaw3417 PosterGrowth of Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa spinifera in the coastal NE Pacific
S7Jaime Färber-Lorda3421 PosterNight-day differences in zooplankton biomass in the eastern tropical Pacific
S7KEN-ICHI SATO3424 PosterThe effect of temperature on the development of the copepod eucalanus bungii reared in the laboratory
S7Yoshinari Endo3427 PosterHow does molting affect reproductive and feeding activities of Euphausia pacifica?
S7Ricardo Giesecke3436 PosterWhat determines the success of Sagitta enflata as a major zooplankton predator in the Humboldt Current System?
S7Leah R. Feinberg3447 PosterThe timing and location of spawning for the Euphausiids Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa spinifera off the Oregon coast, USA.
S7Kunio T. Takahashi3460 PosterSpatio-temporal variability in abundance and stage composition of three dominant Antarctic copepods along 140ºE in the Indian Sector of the Southern Ocean
S7Jörg Dutz3469 PosterDynamics of Baltic Sea zooplankton and its sensitivity to climate/physical forcing
S7Kate Willis3474 PosterThe impact of climate change on zooplankton in an Arctic fjord
S7Kate Willis3476 PosterLong-term monitoring of zooplankton in an Arctic fjord using sediment traps
S7Ksenia N. Kosobokova3480 PosterHow does the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis cope with the thermal regime in the subarctic White Sea?
S7Diego, Francisco, Figueroa3486 PosterThe Distribution and Community Structure of Zooplankton in the Galapagos Islands
S7Delphine Beyrend-Dur3498 PosterHigh frequency sampling of the copepods Eurytemora affinis and Acartia tonsa populations in the Seine estuary, France: tidal and seasonal effects.
S7Sofiane M. Mahjoub3499 PosterForaging behavior of the European whitefish Coregonus lavaretus larvae on copepods
S7Cecilie T.Å. Broms3506 PosterSeasonal ascent of Calanus finmarchicus as driving force for herring feeding migration.
S7Eileen E. Hofmann 3527 PosterCan hard clam larval survivorship explain recruitment failure in Great South Bay: A modeling study
S7Roger P. Harris3533 PosterTrophic interactions between diatoms, non-diatoms and zooplankton; why polyunsaturated aldehydes cannot be considered as diatom defence metabolites
S7Ulf Båmstedt3539 PosterSignificance of variability in food and temperature on copepod survival, growth and reproduction
S7Astthor Gislason3549 PosterSeasonal abundance of zooplankton south of Iceland – a multivariate approach
S7Sandra Jansen3558REP-2PosterReproduction and development of the copepods Rhincalanus gigas, Calanus simillimus and Pleuromamma robusta during an iron induced phytoplankton bloom (EIFEX) in the Southern Ocean
S7Tomoko Yoshiki3568 PosterThe effects of hydrostatic pressure on eggs of calanoid copepod: Calanus sinicus
S7Sanae Chiba3574 PosterGLOBEC process studies of small-scale biology-physics interactions
S7Atsushi Tsuda3586 PosterLife histories of ontogenetically migrating copepods in the Sea of Okhotsk and the Oyashio region: A comparative study
S7Patricia Ayón3593 PosterVertical distribution and migration of nearshore and offshore zooplankton in relation to the oxygen minimum zone off central Peru
S7Patricia Ayón3596 PosterReproduction of the copepod Acartia tonsa in the nearshore zone off Callao (Peru)
S7Takumi Nonomura3606 PosterVertical distribution of Calanus sinicus and C. jashnovi (Copepoda: Calanoida), based on genetic identification, in Sagami Bay, central Japan
S7Hiroshi Hattori3619 PosterOntogenetic migration of copepods obtained with an upward migrating swimmer trap in the Amundsen Gulf, Canadian Arctic in the CASES 2003-2004.
S7Angela Cuttitta3627 PosterSummer ichthyoplankton assemblage structure in the Strait of Sicily in relation to the key hydrographic features.
S7Jiho Seo, Joong Ki Choi3634 PosterThe effect of suspended sediment from sand-bed on Acartia hongi(Copepoda: Calanoida) in Kyeonggi Bay, Korea
S7François Carlotti 3668 PosterA Synthesis of the Biology and Ecology of Centropages typicus.
S7Tao Zuo3673 PosterAutumn diurnal vertical distribution of copepod in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea
S7Janna Peters3679 PosterLife-cycles and feeding of predominant copepod species in the Bornholm Basin (Baltic Sea) as indicated by lipid dynamics
S7Keun-Hyung Choi3680 PosterMating success and sex ratio and their consequences for population growth of copepods
S7François Carlotti 3705 PosterCharacteristic time-scales of pelagic copepod egg production
S7Tobias Kreibich3714 PosterAdaptation of lipolytic enzyme pattern and response in the fatty acid composition of Temora longicornis females (Calanoida, Copepoda) due to different diets under laboratory conditions
S7Rubens Lopes3731 PosterObservations on egg production rates of Clausocalanus furcatus from a subtropical coastal area
S7Rubens Lopes3732 PosterCoupling of Calanoides carinatus production with South Atlantic Central Water intrusions off the southeastern Brazilian shelf
S7Anda Ikauniece3734 PosterForecasting the future for a cladoceran Bosmina longispina, Gulf of Riga, Eastern Baltic Sea
S7Jörn O. Schmidt3744 PosterVertical distribution and diel vertical migration of main copepod species in the Bornholm Basin (Baltic Sea)
S7Maria Alexandra Chícharo3746 PosterAre Engraulis encrasicolus eggs and larvae declining in the Guadiana estuary? Results before and after the Alqueva dam construction.
S7Maarten Boersma3750 PosterDiatom-copepod interactions: linking nutritional quality with possible toxicity
S8Benni Winding Hansen3322REP-2PosterEggs from a calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa – tolerance to environmental stressors
S8Lidia Yebra3340 PosterSeasonal mesoscale variability and zooplankton production in the Labrador Sea
S8Chi-Chi Liu (Huang)3366REP-1PosterComparative studies of mitochondrial COI sequence between two kinds of Acartia species from Xiamen waters
S8Buttino Isabella3507 PosterExperimental intensive cultivation of the Mediterranean copepod Temora stylifera in a re-circulating system and their potential use as live food in aquaculture.
S8María Delia Viñas (Ann Bucklin)3532 PosterTaxonomic and phylogeographic comparisons of Calanoides carinatus (Copepoda, Calanoida, Calanidae) from the Atlantic Ocean (43º N – 47ºS)
S8Ingrid Overrein3637 PosterSeasonal- and post mortem changes in Calanus finmarchicus, with main emphasis on lipids.
S8Peter H. Wiebe3641 PosterIntegrated at-sea morphological and molecular assessment of zooplankton biodiversity in the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean from the surface to 5000 m.
S8Jae-Seong Lee3728 PosterHigh similarity of 16S rRNAs between two jellyfishes, Aurelia aurita and Dactylometra quinquecirrha
S8Leocadio Blanco-Bercial3784 PosterSpatial population genetic structure and phylogeography of two species of the copepod genus Clausocalanus
S8Jan Ove Evjemo3976 PosterEffect of the essential fatty acids DHA and EPA on egg production and hatching success of the marine copepod Temora longicornis
S9Keiichiro Ide3430 PosterThe use of FlowCAM for rapid analysis on shipboard of grazing by copepods
S9Elvire Antajan3487REP-5PosterAutomatic quantification and recognition of major zooplankton groups in a North Sea time series using the Zooscan imaging system
S9Julian Anthony Koslow3501 PosterPlanktonJ: an interactive tool for zooplankton measurement and image analysis.
S9Stéphane Plourde3518 PosterA comparison of the performance of a new image analysis system (ZooImage) and the traditional taxonomist approach in the analysis of zooplankton samples from the Gulf of St. Lawrence, northwest Atlantic
S9Phil Culverhouse3561 PosterPleione: a reference database of plankton images collected by automated imaging systems
S9Bob Williams3562 PosterMesoplankton Image Analyser (MIA)
S9Cabell Davis3580REP-2PosterVisual Plankton: Automatic identification and visualization of plankton taxa off-line or real-time
S9Dirk M. Mengedoht3591REP-3PosterImaging live zooplankton by Light frame On-sight Key species Investigation (LOKI)
S9Erhan Mutlu3604 PosterDVM dynamics of two mesozooplankton as inferred acoustically in the Black Sea
S9Joyce Mendez3670 PosterLarval prey field and invertebrate predators in the southernmost spawning zone of the anchoveta, Engraulis ringens, determined from ZOOIMAGE and GAM analyses
S9Leonardo R. Castro3678 PosterVariability of zooplankton community structure and biomass in the coastal upwelling zone of the Chilean Humboldt Current as assessed by ZOOIMAGE analysis
S9Michael E. Sieracki3681REP-1PosterSoftware tools for automated recognition of plankton from digital images
S9Marc Picheral3709 PosterDigital archiving and processing of zooplankton samples with the Zooscan system
S9Santiago Hernández-León3737 PosterMesozooplankton biomass estimation from digitized images
S9Mark D. Ohman3739 PosterAutonomous ocean gliders as a platform for continuous zooplankton observations
S9Norman MacLeod3977 PosterA comparison between geometric morphometric and PSOM neural net approaches to automated species identification in planktonic foraminifera
W2Rosamma Stephen3344REP-1PosterZooplankton study in Bay of Bengal, 1999-2005-changing perspectives
W2Ryota Nakajima3363 PosterQuality and quantity of particulate organic matter and nutrition of zooplankton in a coral reef of Peninsular Malaysia
W2Kazuaki Tadokoro3400 PosterSpecies-specific responses of three dominant chaetognaths to climate regime shifts in the Tsushima Warm Current of the Japan Sea during 1972-2002
W2Yuji Okazaki3611 PosterDistribution and abundance of copepod nauplii in the southern East China Sea: its implication for prey availability of jack mackerel (Trachurus japonicus) larvae
W2Samina Kidwai (Hina S. Baig will present)3632 PosterSpatio-temporal variability in the ichthyolarvae and zooplankton in the tidally influenced creeks of the Indus delta, North Arabian Sea
W2Chang Rae Lee 3649 PosterVertical distribution and community properties of mesozooplankton in the Japan/East Sea
W3Se-Jong Ju3334 PosterThe role of lipids in winter survival of Antarctic zooplankton
W3Matthew Brown3336REP-3PosterTemperature effects on growth and reproduction of Antarctic krill
W3Hye Seon Kim3338 PosterThe early development and life history characteristics of Thysanoessa inspinata and T. longipes in the Oyashio region, western subarctic Pacific Ocean
W3Bertha E. Lavaniegos3350 PosterSignificant presence of subarctic euphausiids off Baja California during the summers of 2002 and 2005
W3Bertha E. Lavaniegos3351 PosterChanges in krill composition during the 1997-1999 ENSO cycle in Baja California waters
W3Tarsicio J. Antezana3386 PosterTaxonomy and Distribution of Euphausiids of South Eastern Pacific off Peru and Chile
W3Tarsicio Antezana3389 PosterVertical diel migration and feeding of Euphausia vallentini within southern Chilean fjords.
W3Tarsicio Antezana3390 PosterVertical distribution and diel migration of Euphausiids in the Oxygen Minimum Layer of the Humboldt Current.
W3Yuji Okazaki3393 PosterStudies on the distribution and life history of euphausiids in the western North Pacific
W3Jaime Färber-Lorda3422 PosterEuphausiid distribution and hydrography in the entrance of the Sea of Cortés during summer.
W3Jaime Färber-Lorda3423 PosterMorphology and lipids in Thysanoessa macrura from the southern part of the Indian Ocean. Spatial an sex differences.
W3Veronica Fuentes3530 PosterThe importance of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba as food source for the Antarctic fish Nothothenia coriiceps, in Potter Cove, King George Island
W3Huilian Liu3552 PosterSpatial distribution and larval development of Euphausia pacifica in the Yellow Sea in spring and autumn
W3William T. Peterson3581 PosterSeasonal and inter-annual fluctuations in adult and juvenile Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa spinifera abundance for the years 1998 through 2006 in the Northern California Current.
W3Jinhui Wang3602 PosterQuantitative distribution of euphausiids in relation to the environmental conditions in the East China Sea and seasonal variation in the Changjiang Estuary
W3Yoshinari Endo3605 PosterTemporal changes in euphausiid distribution and abundance in North Atlantic cold-core rings in relation to the surrounding waters
W3Karen L. Haberman and Kelly L. Hatteberg3665 PosterImmunochemistry as an ecological tool: diet analysis of formalin-preserved Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) from the western Antarctic Peninsula
W3Katrin Schmidt3677REP-2PosterUtility of common dietary methods for Euphausia superba and Meganyctiphanes norvegica
W3Hyoung Chul Shin3684REP-4PosterCharacterizing krill aggregations and linking them to some environmental factors in Southern Ocean ; relevant to other krill-bearing marine ecosystem studies?
W3Jun Nishikawa3694 PosterDistribution and community structure of euphausiids in the Southern Ocean along the 140˚E meridian during the austral summer 2001/2002
W3Ken ISHII3796 PosterRotating mechanism of a transducer to measure target strength (TS) pattern of small aquatic organisms