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27Predicting in vivo oxygen consumption rate from ETS activity and bisubstrate enzyme kinetics in cultured marine zooplanktonAbstract PICES Bergen.pdf
  
Predicting in vivo oxygen consumption rate from ETS activity and bisubstrate enzyme kinetics in cultured marine zooplanktonUniversity of Las Palmas de Gran CanariaN. Osmanosma@becarios.ulpgc.esSpain
49Feeding performance of the copepod Oncaea media (Giesbrecht, 1891)Abstract_6ZP2016_Zervoudaki.pdf
  
Feeding performance of the copepod Oncaea media (Giesbrecht, 1891)Hellenic Center for Marine ResearchSoultana Zervoudakitanya@hcmr.grGreece
75The insidious effect of the toxic alga Alexandrium fundyense on the physiology of the calanoid copepod Calanus finmarchicusRoncalli-ICES-2016.pdf
  
The insidious effect of the toxic alga Alexandrium fundyense on the physiology of the calanoid copepod Calanus finmarchicusPacific Biosciences Research CenterVittoria Roncallironcalli@hawaii.eduUSA, Hawaii
76Application of high-throughput sequencing technology to investigate the effect of a toxic dinoflagellate on nauplii of the copepod Calanus finmarchicus.Roncalli2-ICES2016.pdf
  
Application of high-throughput sequencing technology to investigate the effect of a toxic dinoflagellate on nauplii of the copepod Calanus finmarchicus.Pacific Biosciences Research CenterVittoria Roncallironcalli@hawaii.eduUSA,Hawaii
78Behavior-dependent predation risk in marine planktonic copepods: an experimental and modelling approach2016-10-26 Abstract ZPS final.pdf
  
Behavior-dependent predation risk in marine planktonic copepods: an experimental and modelling approachDTU Aqua, Centre for Ocean LifeHans van Someren Grévehvsg@aqua.dtu.dkDenmark
79Caloric restriction in marine calanoid copepodsSaiz_ICES_Bergen_2016-Submitted.pdf
  
Caloric restriction in marine calanoid copepodsInstitut de Ciències del Mar – CSICEnric Saizenric@icm.csic.esCatalonia, Spain
83Modelling global relationships between climate and jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) bloomsHENSCHKE_6ZPS-S6.pdf
  
Modelling global relationships between climate and jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) bloomsPrinceton UniversityNatasha Henschkenatashahenschke@gmail.comUSA
88Respiration of marine mysid, Leptomysis lingvura, measured by four different methodologiesBondyale-Juez, DR_ICES-PICES 6th zooplankton production symposium abstract.pdf
  
Respiration of marine mysid, Leptomysis lingvura, measured by four different methodologiesMarine Ecophysiology Group (EOMAR), Instituo ECOAQUA, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran CanariaDaniel R. Bondyale-Juezdaniel.bondyale101@alu.ulpgc.esSpain
90The effect of hydrostatic pressure on grazing in three calanoid copepodsZarubin et al._Abstract.pdf
  
The effect of hydrostatic pressure on grazing in three calanoid copepods1. The Interuniversity Institute for Marince Sciences;; 2. Hebrew University of JerusalemMargarita Zarubinmargaritazarubin@gmail.comIsrael
95Metabolic Response of Individual Mysids to Changes in Pressure and TemperatureRyan, W.L.-Metabolic Response of Individual Mysids.pdf
  
Metabolic Response of Individual Mysids to Changes in Pressure and TemperatureKutztown University of PAWendy L. Ryanryan@kutztown.eduUSA
97Cascading effects of UV radiation on a simple marine food chainuv plankton abstract.pdf
  
Cascading effects of UV radiation on a simple marine food chainInstitute of Marine ResearchCaroline Durifcaroline.durif@imr.noNorway
110The functional response in pelagic copepodsKiørvoe-Saiz-Tiselius Abstract.pdf
  
The functional response in pelagic copepodsCentre for Ocean Life, DTU AquaThomas Kiørboetk@aqua.dtu.dkDenmark
119Trophic cascades over three trophic levels in a coastal food web: an 8-year study of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in the Gullmar FjordTiselius and Möller abstract.pdf
  
Trophic cascades over three trophic levels in a coastal food web: an 8-year study of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in the Gullmar FjordUniversity of Gothenburg, BIOENV KristinebergPeter Tiseliuspeter.tiselius@bioenv.gu.seSweden
127Feeding behavior and prey selection of Temora longicornis fed on toxic dinoflagellates, Alexandrium spp.abstract_ICES PICES 6ZPS 2016_jiayi xu.pdf
  
Feeding behavior and prey selection of Temora longicornis fed on toxic dinoflagellates, Alexandrium spp.Jiayi Xusjxu@aqua.dtu.dkDenmark
195Starvation’s role in plankton metabolism May's ICES abstract 2016.pdf
  
Starvation’s role in plankton metabolism Marine Ecophyisiology Grou: EOMAR. Instituto ECOAQUA. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran CanariaMay Gómezmay.gomez@ulpgc.esSPAIN
206Effects of elevated pCO2 on Northern krill Thysanoessa inermis: survival, moulting, growth, grazing and respirationOpstad et al.  ZPS 2016.pdf
  
Effects of elevated pCO2 on Northern krill Thysanoessa inermis: survival, moulting, growth, grazing and respirationInstitute of Marine ResearchOpstad, Ingegjerdingegjerd.opstad@imr.noNorway
236Evaluation of the fecundity of the small copepod Oithona under different food and temperature conditionsabstract_zooplankton symposium 2016_S. Zamora_terol.pdf
  
Evaluation of the fecundity of the small copepod Oithona under different food and temperature conditionsUniversity of Concepcion/IMOSara Zamora-Terolszamoraterol@icloud.comChile
258A numerical assessment of the potential ecological impacts of zooplankton extraction considering additional environmental pressures due to eutrophication and climate change in the Black SeaCannabyAbstract.pdf
  
A numerical assessment of the potential ecological impacts of zooplankton extraction considering additional environmental pressures due to eutrophication and climate change in the Black SeaNational Oceanography CentreHeather Cannabyheanna@noc.ac.ukUK
263The influence of temperature on the oxygen consumption of the Northern krill (Meganyctiphanes norvegica) and Arctic krill (Thysanoessa raschii) in the St. Lawrence Estuary, CanadaAbstract_ICES_6ZPS_30.10.15_AO.pdf
  
The influence of temperature on the oxygen consumption of the Northern krill (Meganyctiphanes norvegica) and Arctic krill (Thysanoessa raschii) in the St. Lawrence Estuary, CanadaInstitut des sciences de la mer de RimouskiA. Ollierangelique.ollier@uqar.caQuébec
268The metabolic response of marine copepods to environmental warming and ocean acidification in the absence of foodMayor et al METABOLOMICS.pdf
  
The metabolic response of marine copepods to environmental warming and ocean acidification in the absence of foodNational Oceanography CentreDaniel J Mayordan.mayor@noc.ac.ukUnited Kingdom
302Inter-annual variation on growth of giant jellyfish Nemopilema nomurai (Scyphozoa: Rhizostomeae) and influencing factor in China coastal watersICESPICES 6 ZPS 2016 S6-Fang Zhang abstract.pdf
  
Inter-annual variation on growth of giant jellyfish Nemopilema nomurai (Scyphozoa: Rhizostomeae) and influencing factor in China coastal watersInstitute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences Fang Zhangzhangfang@qdio.ac.cnChina
313Traits controlling body size in copepods: Separating general constraints from species-specific strategiesBanas S6 abstract.pdf
  
Traits controlling body size in copepods: Separating general constraints from species-specific strategiesUniversity of StrathclydeNeil S Banasneil.banas@strath.ac.ukUK
320Different tolerance of jellyfish ephyrae (Aurelia sp.1) and fish larvae (Paralichthys olivaceus) for nutrient limitationsabstract.pdf
  
Different tolerance of jellyfish ephyrae (Aurelia sp.1) and fish larvae (Paralichthys olivaceus) for nutrient limitationsInstitute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of SciencesLei Chenchenlei212@mails.ucas.ac.cnPeople’s Republic of China
326Trade-offs in zooplankton feeding behaviourabstract_bergen_Rodrigo_Ok.pdf
  
Trade-offs in zooplankton feeding behaviourTechnical University of Denmark- DTU Aqua- Centre for Ocean LifeRodrigo Almedaroal@aqua.dtu.dkDenmark
329Influence of food quality on carbon budget and digestive enzyme activities and patterns of Calanus glacialis (Copepoda)ICES_PICES 6 ZPS 2016_S6_H_Tonkes_Abstract_Influence of food quality on Calanus Glacialis.pdf
  
Influence of food quality on carbon budget and digestive enzyme activities and patterns of Calanus glacialis (Copepoda)Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine ResearchH. Tonkeshenrieke.tonkes@awi.deGermany
356The Response of the Thecosomatous Pteropod Limacina retroversa to CO2 in the Gulf of Maine: Seasonality and Sensitivity.Maas_2016_ZPS_abstract_v3.pdf
  
The Response of the Thecosomatous Pteropod Limacina retroversa to CO2 in the Gulf of Maine: Seasonality and Sensitivity.Bermuda Institute of Ocean SciencesAmy E. Maasamy.maas@bios.eduBermuda
360Non-predatory mortality in dominant copepods in the northern Chile (23ºS) Humboldt Current EcosystemICESPICES 6ZPS 2016 S6.pdf
  
Non-predatory mortality in dominant copepods in the northern Chile (23ºS) Humboldt Current EcosystemUniversity of ConcepcionSonia Yanezsonyanez@udec.clRegion Metropolitana
375Population structure and life history of Neomysis nigra Nakazawa, 1910 (Crustacea, Mysida) in Jeju Island, KoreaZPS 2016_Abstract.pdf
  
Population structure and life history of Neomysis nigra Nakazawa, 1910 (Crustacea, Mysida) in Jeju Island, KoreaJaeyong Baesamael318@gmail.comKorea
387Why Clausocalanus furcatus occurs over a wide latitudinal range throughout the world?CHRISTOU ICESPICES 6ZPS 2016S6.pdf
  
Why Clausocalanus furcatus occurs over a wide latitudinal range throughout the world?Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Institute of OceanographyEpaminondas Christouedc@hcmr.gr Greece, Athens
423Challenges for modeling zooplankton population dynamics in a changing world: phenotypic, genetic and epigenetic influences on vital rates.Runge, keynote abstract_submission.pdf
  
Challenges for modeling zooplankton population dynamics in a changing world: phenotypic, genetic and epigenetic influences on vital rates.University of Maine and Gulf of Maine Research InstituteJeffrey A. Rungejeffrey.runge@maine.eduUSA
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