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10Winter zooplankton in the ROPME Sea Area Winter zooplankton in the ROPME Sea Area  (six zooplankton conference Denmark.pdf
  
Winter zooplankton in the ROPME Sea Area Alexandria UniversityMohamed M. Dorghammdorgham1947@yahoo.comAlexandria, Egypt
25Spatio-temporal distribution and long-term variability of the zooplankton community in the typical bays in Shandong coast of ChinaLiu_Abstract_zp6.pdf
  
Spatio-temporal distribution and long-term variability of the zooplankton community in the typical bays in Shandong coast of ChinaFirst Institute of Oceanography, SOAPing Liuliuping@fio.org.cnChina
34Integrative taxonomic-ecological perspective of parasites infecting krill, chaetognaths and their nektonic predators in the Gulf of California, Mexico6ZPS 2016-S3 Gomez-Gutierrez et al krill, chaetognath, nekton parasites.pdf
  
Integrative taxonomic-ecological perspective of parasites infecting krill, chaetognaths and their nektonic predators in the Gulf of California, MexicoInstituto Politécnico Nacional, Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias MarinasJaime Gómez-Gutiérrezjagomezg@ipn.mxMexico
35Zooplankton mortality and the potential contribution of carcasses to the autochthonous particulate organic carbon along the Valdivia estuaryAbstract Ricardo Giesecke.pdf
  
Zooplankton mortality and the potential contribution of carcasses to the autochthonous particulate organic carbon along the Valdivia estuaryInstituto de Ciencias Marinas y Limnológicas, Universidad Austral de ChileRicardo Gieseckericardo.giesecke@uach.clChile/Valdivia
48Early cephalopod life stages in the Sargasso Sea: abundances and distribution patternsAbstract_ICES_ LischkaPiatkowski.pdf
  
Early cephalopod life stages in the Sargasso Sea: abundances and distribution patternsGeomar Kiel, GermanyAlexandra Lischkaalischka@geomar.deGermany
92Dynamics of abundance, species and length composition of euphausiids in the Barents Sea under recent warm period Orlova et al-ZPS 2016-euphausiids-abstract.pdf
  
Dynamics of abundance, species and length composition of euphausiids in the Barents Sea under recent warm period Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography (PINRO)Anna S. Orlovaannaorlova@pinro.ruRussia
93Swarm formation and cohesion by the marine crustacean Mysidium gracile Abstract2.pdf
  
Swarm formation and cohesion by the marine crustacean Mysidium gracile Kutztown UniversityN.M. Butlerbutler@kutztown.eduUSA
103Importance of cold-water zooplankton as prey of chum salmon fry Oncorhynchus keta in Yamada Bay, Iwate, northern Japan6th IZPS abstract yamada.pdf
  
Importance of cold-water zooplankton as prey of chum salmon fry Oncorhynchus keta in Yamada Bay, Iwate, northern JapanSchool of Marine Biosciences, Kitasato UniversityYamada, Y.yyamada@kitasato-u.ac.jpJapan
107The trophic role of chaetognaths (Sagitta crassa and S. nagae) in the pelagic ecosystem of the Yellow Sea using the gut contents and fatty acid trophic markers2016ZPS_Abstract_H-J Yoon.pdf
  
The trophic role of chaetognaths (Sagitta crassa and S. nagae) in the pelagic ecosystem of the Yellow Sea using the gut contents and fatty acid trophic markersKorea Institute of Ocean Science and TechnologyHyun-Jin Yoonsjju@kiost.ac.krRepublic of Korea
109Composition and vertical migration calyptopes stages (Crustacea: Euphausiacea) in open southern Adriatic Sea throughout the seasonsabstract Gangai Zovko B.pdf
  
Composition and vertical migration calyptopes stages (Crustacea: Euphausiacea) in open southern Adriatic Sea throughout the seasonsInstitute for Marine and Coastal ResearchBarbara Gangai Zovkobarbara.gangai@unidu.hrCroatia
132DNA BARCODING OF CALANOID COPEPODS FROM THE GULF OF CALIFORNIAMTump et al  ICES_S3_ Poster_ Hyperiid amphipods.pdf
  
DNA BARCODING OF CALANOID COPEPODS FROM THE GULF OF CALIFORNIAInstituto Politécnico Nacional - CICIMARJuan Ramón Beltrán-Castrostrujil@ipn.mxMéxico
154Short-term changes in abundance and population structure of dominant pelagic chaetognaths in the Oyashio region during the spring phytoplankton bloom2016 Zooplankton Symp. (ABE).pdf
  
Short-term changes in abundance and population structure of dominant pelagic chaetognaths in the Oyashio region during the spring phytoplankton bloomGraduate School of Fisheries Science, Hokkaido UniversityYoshiyuki Abey.abe@fish.hokudai.ac.jpJapan
193Including gelatinous zooplankton in plankton surveys – challenges, suggestions and potential gainICES_PICES 6ZPS 2016 Hosia et al.pdf
  
Including gelatinous zooplankton in plankton surveys – challenges, suggestions and potential gainUniversity Museum of BergenAino Hosiaaino.hosia@uib.noNorway
199Spatiotemporal distribution, biomass and ecological role of chaetognaths in the Nordic and Barents SeasChaetognath abstract ZPS 2016.pdf
  
Spatiotemporal distribution, biomass and ecological role of chaetognaths in the Nordic and Barents SeasInstitute of Marine ResearchEspen Strandespen.strand@imr.noNorway
203Patterns in macrozooplankton and micronekton biomass distribution across four north Atlantic ocean basinsMicro_horizontal_patterns_v2.pdf
  
Patterns in macrozooplankton and micronekton biomass distribution across four north Atlantic ocean basinsInstitute of Marine ResearchThor Aleksander Klevjerthor.klevjer@imr.noNorway
232Response of macrozooplankton to Environmental variation.Wiebe_ZPS_Abstract_30Oct2015.pdf
  
Response of macrozooplankton to Environmental variation.Woods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionPeter H. Wiebepwiebe@whoi.eduUSA
245Spatial and temporal variability of lipid and energy content of northern California Current euphausiidsZPS 2016 Abstract.pdf
  
Spatial and temporal variability of lipid and energy content of northern California Current euphausiidsHumboldt State UniversityChristine J. Casschristine.cass@humboldt.eduUSA
257Consequences of a gelatinous body planAbstract.pdf
  
Consequences of a gelatinous body planBigelow Laboratory for Ocean SciencesNicholas R Recordnrecord@bigelow.orgUSA
259Predominant jellyfish (Cnidaria: Scyphozoa) in the Inland Sea of Japan: a recent transition from Aurelia aurita to Chrysaora pacificaAbstract ZPS_Uye.pdf
  
Predominant jellyfish (Cnidaria: Scyphozoa) in the Inland Sea of Japan: a recent transition from Aurelia aurita to Chrysaora pacificaGraduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima UniversityShin-ichi Uyesuye@hiroshima-u.ac.jpJapan
273PARALARVAE AS PART OF MACROOZOOPLANKTON AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE VARIABILITY OF OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS6ZPS2016_INGLES.pdf
  
PARALARVAE AS PART OF MACROOZOOPLANKTON AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE VARIABILITY OF OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONSINSTITUTO DEL MAR DEL PERUXIMENA OROSCOx.orosco.m@gmail.comPERU
293The Role of Large Jellyfish in the Pelagic Food Web in China Coastal WatersICESPICES 6 ZPS 2016 S3-Sun Song abstract.pdf
  
The Role of Large Jellyfish in the Pelagic Food Web in China Coastal WatersInstitute of Oceanology Chinese Academy of Sciences Song Sunsunsong@qdio.ac.cnChina
319Echinoderm diversity in Pulicat lagoon of south east IndiaNorway conferenceabstract.pdf
  
Echinoderm diversity in Pulicat lagoon of south east IndiaUniversity of MadrasRamanibai Ravichandranrramani8@hotmail.comIndia
322Differential feeding behavior of three coexisting krill species in the St. Lawrence estuary, Canada: a fatty acid and stable isotope approachJory_cabrol_Abstract.pdf
  
Differential feeding behavior of three coexisting krill species in the St. Lawrence estuary, Canada: a fatty acid and stable isotope approachInstitut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski/Marine institut of RimouskiCabrol Jorycabrol.jory@gmail.comCanada
323Biogeography and biomass of North Atlantic jellyfishAbstract_6ZPS_Licandro_et_al.pdf
  
Biogeography and biomass of North Atlantic jellyfishSir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS)Priscilla Licandroprli@sahfos.ac.ukUK
325Changes in Adriatic non-crustacean zooplankton community - influence of hydroclimatic changesBergen-Batistic.pdf
  
Changes in Adriatic non-crustacean zooplankton community - influence of hydroclimatic changesInstitute for marine and coastal research, University of DubrovnikMirna Batistićmirna.batistic@unidu.hrCroatia
354Transcriptomic analysis of the Northern Krill (Meganyctiphanes norvegica)krill_2016_ZPS_abstract_v3.pdf
  
Transcriptomic analysis of the Northern Krill (Meganyctiphanes norvegica)Bermuda Institute of Ocean SciencesLeocadio Blanco-Bercialamy.maas@bios.eduBermuda
406Salps are major contributors to carbon export in the UK Shelf SeaS5 - Giering - Salps are major contributors to carbon export in the UK Shelf Sea.pdf
  
Salps are major contributors to carbon export in the UK Shelf SeaNational Oceanography CentreSarah Lou Carolin GieringS.Giering@noc.ac.ukUK
408Biology and ecology of the siphonophore Muggiaea atlantica in the northeast AtlanticMBlackett_ICES_PICES_6ZPS_2016_abstract.pdf
  
Biology and ecology of the siphonophore Muggiaea atlantica in the northeast AtlanticNational Oceanography Centre Southampton & Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean ScienceMichael Blackettmb10g11@noc.soton.ac.ukUnited Kingdom
417Krill ingestion rates in the St. Lawrence estuary: feeding experiments with natural zooplankton and phytoplankton communitiesAbstract Jory Cabrol Poster.pdf
  
Krill ingestion rates in the St. Lawrence estuary: feeding experiments with natural zooplankton and phytoplankton communitiesInstitut des sciences de la mer/Marine institut of Rimouskicabrol Jorycabrol.jory@gmail.comCanada
454Time series of gelatinous zooplankton in Chesapeake Bay, USA: Environmental controls and interspecific interactionsJ_Stone_zooplankton_abstract.pdf
  
Time series of gelatinous zooplankton in Chesapeake Bay, USA: Environmental controls and interspecific interactionsVirginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & MaryJoshua Stonejpstone@vims.eduUSA
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