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    Session 2: Importance of zooplankton in biogeochemical cycles

    Laurence P. Madin (Invited)
    Gelatinous grazers: An underestimated force in ocean carbon cycles
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    Humberto E. González, Ricardo Giesecke, Eduardo Menschel, Claudio Barría, Rodrigo Vera, Carola Aparicio and José Luis Iriarte
    Functional groups and key species of the zooplankton as pivotal drivers of the biological pump in the Humboldt Current System off Chile
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    Constantin Frangoulis, Khalid El Kalay, Nikos Skliris, Gilles Lepoint and Jean-Henri Hecq
    Vertical flux of zooplankton products in an oligotrophic coastal ecosystem: Importance of copepod carcasses and faecal pellets
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    Angela D. Hatton, Samuel T. Wilson, Mark Hart and David Green
    The importance of zooplankton in unravelling the ocean methane paradox
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    Deborah K. Steinberg, Stephanie E. Wilson, Toru Kobari and Ken O. Buesseler
    Zooplankton processing of sinking particle flux in the mesopelagic zone

    Kazutaka Takahashi, Akira Kuwata, Hiroya Sugisaki and Hiroaki Saito
    Downward carbon transport by diel vertical migration of Metridia spp. in the Subarctic Pacific Ocean: Respiratory and mortality fluxes
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    Hiroaki Saito, Atushi Tsuda, Yukihiro Nojiri, Takefumi Aramaki, Isao Kudo, Jun Nishioka, Koji Suzuki, Shigenobu Takeda and Takeshi Yoshimura
    Efficient transport of primary production to the mesopelagic layer by Neocalanus plumchrus in the subarctic Pacific
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    Ida A. Wendt and Peter Thor
    Absorption of organic carbon into copepods changes with phytoplankton concentration and species composition
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    Sanna Rönkkönen, Eveliina Lindén, Miina Karjalainen and Markku Viitasalo
    Stoichiometry of zooplankton in the Baltic Sea: spatial and interspecific variation
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