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17Molecular techniques for identifying zooplankton gut contents and quantifying feedingEGD Abstract-20150603_Session S8.pdf
  
Molecular techniques for identifying zooplankton gut contents and quantifying feedingUniversity of Rhode island, Graduate School of OceanographyEdward G. Durbinedurbin@uri.eduRI
19Amino acid stable N isotope estimations reveal uniform diazotrophic contributions across zooplankton size fractions in the subtropical N Atlanticabstract_bode_ZPS.pdf
  
Amino acid stable N isotope estimations reveal uniform diazotrophic contributions across zooplankton size fractions in the subtropical N AtlanticInstituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO)Carmen Mompeánantonio.bode@co.ieo.esSpain
63Molecular characterization of the diet of the planktonic community in Málaga Bay (NW Alboran Sea).abstract_S8_oral_Yebra.pdf
  
Molecular characterization of the diet of the planktonic community in Málaga Bay (NW Alboran Sea).Instituto Español de Oceanografía, C.O. MálagaLidia Yebralidia.yebra@ma.ieo.esSpain
100Carbon transfer and food web relationships of Arctic zooplankton organisms revealed by fatty acid and stable isotope analyses2016_BergenAbstract-final-Graeve.pdf
  
Carbon transfer and food web relationships of Arctic zooplankton organisms revealed by fatty acid and stable isotope analysesAlfred Wegener InstituteMartin Graevemartin.graeve@awi.deGermany
163"End-to-end" amino acid transfer and net growth efficiency by compound-specific isotope analysisAbstract_ICES2016_nlw_updateJan2016.pdf
  
"End-to-end" amino acid transfer and net growth efficiency by compound-specific isotope analysisLeibniz Institute for Baltic Sea ResearchNatalie Loick-Wildenatalie.loick-wilde@io-warnemuende.deGermany
166Dietary lipid assimilation and metabolism in Temora longicornisZPS abstract - Rita Franco-Santos.pdf
  
Dietary lipid assimilation and metabolism in Temora longicornisAlfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine ResearchRita M Franco-Santosritinhamf@hotmail.comGermany
179Zooplankton dynamics in the Western Mediterranean Sea using Carbon and Nitrogen stable isotopescamatti et al ICES.pdf
  
Zooplankton dynamics in the Western Mediterranean Sea using Carbon and Nitrogen stable isotopesConsiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Scienze Marine (CNR-ISMAR)Elisa Camattielisa.camatti@ismar.cnr.itITALY
184Zooplankton diet preferences across species, life stages and seasons using DNA barcodingICES-Bergen-2016.pdf
  
Zooplankton diet preferences across species, life stages and seasons using DNA barcodingStockholm UniversityMonika Windermonika.winder@su.seSweden
211Effects of prey type and quality on Mnemiopsis leidyi feeding and carbon assimilation: a trophic biomarker approachVansteenbrugge-abstract 6ZPS-Bergen2016.pdf
  
Effects of prey type and quality on Mnemiopsis leidyi feeding and carbon assimilation: a trophic biomarker approachInstitute for Agricultural and Fisheries ResearchLies Vansteenbruggekris.hostens@ilvo.vlaanderen.beBelgie
219Comparison of trophic realtionships of the pelagic ecosystems south and north of Iceland abstract ZooplanktonSymposium2016_AG.pdf
  
Comparison of trophic realtionships of the pelagic ecosystems south and north of Iceland Marine Research InstituteHildur Petursdottirhildur@hafro.isIceland
237Ocean Respiration: New Concepts, New Significance, and New ApplicationsTed 2 Abstract ttp ICES Norway.pdf
  
Ocean Respiration: New Concepts, New Significance, and New ApplicationsMarine Ecophysiology Group (EOMAR), Instituto ECOAQUA, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran CanariaT.T. Packardtedpackard@dbio.ulpgc.esSpain
243Trophic ecology of Atlantic seabob shrimp Xiphopenaeus kroyeri: intertidal benthic microalgae support the subtidal food web off Surinameabstract_ZPS_Willems et al.pdf
  
Trophic ecology of Atlantic seabob shrimp Xiphopenaeus kroyeri: intertidal benthic microalgae support the subtidal food web off SurinameInstitute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research - ILVOTomas Willemstomas.willems@ilvo.vlaanderen.beBelgium
275THE DYNAMICS OF COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND FATTY ACID PROFILES OF SESTON AND ZOOPLANKTON IN CONTRASTING ESTUARINE SYSTEMSICES_ZP conference Abstract_Lichti_updated.pdf
  
THE DYNAMICS OF COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND FATTY ACID PROFILES OF SESTON AND ZOOPLANKTON IN CONTRASTING ESTUARINE SYSTEMSEast Carolina UniversityDeborah A. Lichtilichtid12@students.ecu.eduUSA
340Evaluating the Impacts of Fisheries and Climate Change on Polar Marine Ecosystems: Comparing the Beaufort Sea Shelf with the Antarctic Peninsula Marine Ecosystem using Ecopath with Ecosim modelsICES2016_abstract_Updated_Hoover.pdf
  
Evaluating the Impacts of Fisheries and Climate Change on Polar Marine Ecosystems: Comparing the Beaufort Sea Shelf with the Antarctic Peninsula Marine Ecosystem using Ecopath with Ecosim modelsUniversity of ManitobaHoover, C.Carie.Hoover@umanitoba.caCanada
341Reconciling differing perspectives of copepod feeding selectivity: the utility of flowCAM to analyse feeding experimentsS8_Atkinson.pdf
  
Reconciling differing perspectives of copepod feeding selectivity: the utility of flowCAM to analyse feeding experimentsPlymouth Marine LaboratoryAngus Atkinsonaat@pml.ac.ukUnited Kingdom
379Small copepods channel missing carbon through metazoan predationRoura ICES 2016.pdf
  
Small copepods channel missing carbon through metazoan predationLa Trobe UniversityAlvaro Rouraa.rouralabiaga@latrobe.edu.auAustralia
380Fatty acids contents of Acartia tonsa (COPEPODA) in Peruvian upwelling systemAYON_PINEDO_FLORES.pdf
  
Fatty acids contents of Acartia tonsa (COPEPODA) in Peruvian upwelling systemInstituto del Mar del PeruPatricia Ayónpayon@imarpe.gob.pePeru
464Feeding by Calanus glacialis over the annual cycle in an arctic fjordCleary, Gabrielsen, Soreid - ZPS abstract - Calanus feeding (Oct 28).pdf
  
Feeding by Calanus glacialis over the annual cycle in an arctic fjordUniversity Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)Alison C Clearyalison_cleary@my.uri.eduNorway
468Molecular quantification of chytrid fungi from gut content of freshwater zooplanktonICES_abstract_Belyaeva.pdf
  
Molecular quantification of chytrid fungi from gut content of freshwater zooplanktonLeibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB)Maria Belyaevabelyaeva@igb-berlin.deGermany
510A coupled biomass spectrum-stable isotope approach to estimating zooplankton trophic transfer efficiencyHunt et al 6thZS_2015_10_31.pdf
  
A coupled biomass spectrum-stable isotope approach to estimating zooplankton trophic transfer efficiencyUniversity of British ColumbiaBrian P. V. Huntbhunt@eos.ubc.caBRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
520SEASONAL CHANGES IN SIZE STRUCTURES AND SPECIFIC COMPOSITION OF THE MESOZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY IN THE NORTH AND CENTER OF PERU, THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL IMAGES”Panel - Noruega.pdf
  
SEASONAL CHANGES IN SIZE STRUCTURES AND SPECIFIC COMPOSITION OF THE MESOZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY IN THE NORTH AND CENTER OF PERU, THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL IMAGES”Certificaciones del Peru S.A.Brenda Ysabel Reyes Vasquezbreysa1621@hotmail.com, hidrobiologia@cerper.comPeru
523Fatty acid composition in the krill Euphausia mucronata in a coastal upwelling zone of the central Humboldt Current SystemRiquelme_Bugueño_et_al_final_6ZPS_S8_2311.pdf
  
Fatty acid composition in the krill Euphausia mucronata in a coastal upwelling zone of the central Humboldt Current SystemMillennium Institute of OceanographyRamiro Riquelme-Bugueñoramiro.riquelme@gmail.comConcepcion, Chile
533Molecular gut content analysis of Calanus spp. copepods suggests decoupling of prey selection and abundance RAY_Abstract_v2.pdf
  
Molecular gut content analysis of Calanus spp. copepods suggests decoupling of prey selection and abundance Uni Research EnvironmentJessica Louise Rayjessicalouiseray@gmail.comNorway
547Formation of lipid reserves, fatty acid composition and reproduction of Limnocalanus macrurus (Copepoda, Calanoida) during summer in the Bothnian Sea, northern BalticICES zooplankton production symposium abstract_Makinen.pdf
  
Formation of lipid reserves, fatty acid composition and reproduction of Limnocalanus macrurus (Copepoda, Calanoida) during summer in the Bothnian Sea, northern BalticArchipelago Research Institute, University of TurkuKatja Mäkinenkamaki@utu.fiFinland