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    Workshop 1: Temporal and regional responses of zooplankton to global warming: Phenology and poleward displacement

    Wulf Greve
    Climate effects on North Sea zooplankton
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    Sophie G. Pitois and Clive J. Fox
    Have climate induced changes in zooplankton community led to poor conditions for larval fish growth? A test on cod larvae on the UK shelf

    Rüdiger Voss, Jörn O. Schmidt and Dietrich Schnack
    Impacts of climate change on the Baltic zooplankton – fish larvae link: Evidence for sprat (Sprattus sprattus L.) larval behaviour change influencing recruitment levels

    Leif Chr. Stige, Dmitry L. Lajus, Kung-Sik Chan, Sergey Timofeev and Nils Chr. Stenseth
    The combined effects of climate and fish on zooplankton abundance and distribution in the southern Barents Sea

    Dag Slagstad, Ingrid Ellingsen and Are Edvardsen
    Effect of Climatic change on the production and distribution of C. finmarchicus in the Norwegian and Barents Seas

    Hans-Juergen Hirche, Anne Wesche, Karen Wiltshire and Wulf Greve
    What controls interannual variability of abundance and phenology of Acartia clausi in the southern North Sea?

    Sergey A. Piontkovski and Claudia Castellani
    Decline of zooplankton biomass in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean

    Sonia D. Batten
    Changes in the oceanic northeast Pacific plankton populations; what may happen in a warmer ocean

    Martin Edwards and Gregory Beaugrand
    Spatial variability of marine climate change impacts in the North Atlantic
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    Juan-Carlos Molinero, Frédéric Ibanez, Sami Souissi, Priscilla Licandro, Emmanuelle Buecher, Serge Dallot and Paul Nival
    Northern Hemisphere climate impact on Mediterranean zooplankton
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    Tamara Shiganova
    Arrival of Mediterranean species into the Black Sea is increasing

    A.V. Temnykh, Y.A. Zagorodnyaya,V.V.Melnikov, V.N. Belokopytov and V.K. Moryakova
    The Variability of the Black Sea Zooplankton as a Derivative of Long Term Dynamics in the Water Hydrological Structure

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