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Theme 1: Global Change

Inter-Research Symposium #2 - Effects of Climate Change on Marine Ecosystems
Authors Title
Alheit, J.1
Teleconnection patterns of impact of climate variability on pelagic ecosystems across Europe
Barcelos e Ramos, J.1, H. Biswas1, K. G. Schulz 1, J. LaRoche1 & U. Riebesell1
Effect of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide on the marine nitrogen fixer Trichodesmium
Barnes, D. K.1 &L. S. Peck1
How robust is Antarctic shelf biodiversity to predicted climate changeς
Bauerfeind, E.1,E. Nthig1,K. Fahl1,L. Kaleschke2 &K. Rabe1
Variability of vertical particle flux at the AWI long-term observatory (Hausgarten) 79 N, 4 E during 2000-2005
Beesley, A.1,C. K. Pascoe1,D. Lowe1 &S. Widdicombe1
Impact of CO2 acidification on the health of the marine mussel Mytilus edulis
Bergmann, M.1,C. Hasemann1,E. Hoste2,C. Kanzog1,I. Schewe1,T. Soltwedel1 &M. Klages1
First benthic time-series data from a long-term observatory at high latitude: HAUSGARTEN (79N, west off Svalbard)
Boersma, M.1, K. Stockmann2, B. Manly3, W. Greve4, A. Kraberg1 & A. Malzahn1
Regime Shifts in the North Sea: an analyses of the Helgoland Roads long term data set
Breithaupt, P.1,K. Walther2,U. Sommer1,K. Jrgens2 &H. Hoppe1
Effects of different temperature regimes on the coupling between phyto- and bacterioplankton during an algal spring bloom a mesocosm study
Brey, T.1,B. Lomovasky2,G. Lohmann1 &A. Klügel3
Climate forcing of growth in the bivalve Eurhomalea exalbida from the Beagle Channel, Tierra del Fuego
Browman, H.1
Ultraviolet radiation impacts on the early life stages of zooplankton and fishes
Browne, N. K.1 &H. L. Markham1
Assessment of the extent of bleaching and recovery rates of corals in Diego Suarez Bay, Northern Madagascar
Clark, G. F.1 &E. L. Johnston1
The role of sea-ice in maintaining near-shore benthic diversity in the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica: implications of global warming
Dubischar, C. D.1,E. A. Pakhomov2,B. P. Hunt2,L. Gurney2,M. Brenner1 &U. V. Bathmann1
Seasonal cycles of Salpa thompsoni and Ihlea racovitzai in the Lazarev Sea, Antarctica
Eriksson Wiklund, A.1; Sundelin, B.1
an amphipod poulation crash - possible causes and future consequenses
Fortier, L.1
From microbes to Polar bears: the Arctic marine ecosystem on the line of fire
Freitas, V.1, 2, J. Cardoso1, J. Campos1, 2, S. Santos1, 2, J. Witte1 & H. van der Veer1
Impact of climate change on productivity of shallow temperate coastal areas along the European coast: an analysis by means of dynamic energy budgets
Frid, C.1,P. Garwood2 &L. Robinson1
Climate, fishing and observing change in a North Sea benthic system: A 33 year time series.
Gehling, C.1 &I. Bartsch2
Changes in depth distribution and biomass of sublittoral seaweeds at the island of Helgoland (German Bight, North Sea): a comparison between 1970 and 2005
Gutowska, M. A.1,F. Melzner1,F. J. Sartoris1 &H. Prtner1
Differing sensitivities to elevated carbon dioxide in marine molluscs
Havenhand, J. N.1 &P. R. Jonsson1
Impacts of CO2-induced ocean acidification on barnacle nauplius and cypris larvae
Jrgen L. S. Hansen 1 Bendtsen, J.1
Effect of climate change on oxygen condition below the halocline in the Danish Straits at the entrance to the Baltic Sea
Kaiser, S.1,D. K. Barnes2 &A. Brandt1
Antarctic deep-sea biodiversity, scale and predicting responses to climate changeς
Kamenir, Y.1
Global change and consistent size-structure patterns of the phytoplankton assemblage
Kamenos, N. A.1,I. P. Smith1 &P. G. Moore1
Climatic influences on NE Atlantic crab (Cancer pagurus) and lobster (Homarus gammarus) fisheries
Karlson, B.1, K. Eilola1 & A. Skjevik1
Phytoplankton community change in the Baltic and the Skagerrak area - is there a climate connection?
Kdra, M.1 &J. M. Wsawski 1
Climate-driven change in the biodiversity soft bottom macrobenthosς - Arctic case study (Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen)
Kleypas, J. A.1
Effects of increasing atmospheric CO2 on coral reef ecosystems: ocean warming and ocean acidification
Kraberg , A.1, F. Buchholz1, D. Schiedek2, L. Benedetti-Cecchi3, H. Hummel4 & S. Hawkins5
Large-scale analysis of European biodiversity data to detect temporal effects and common trends
Krncke, I.1 &J. Dippner2
Long-term studies off the island of Norderney and climate variability
Lannig, G.1,A. S. Cherkasov2,C. Bock1,H. O. Pörtner1 &I. M. Sokolova2
Reduced temperature tolerance in cadmium-exposed oysters: Mismatch between O2-demand and O2-supply
Latif, M.1
The climate of the 21st century
Lengfellner, K.1, N. Aberle2 & U. Sommer3
Global warming and the possible disruption of planktonic succession patterns during spring time
Lunau, M.1,S. Koch1,J. Piontek1,N. Haendel1 &A. Engel1
Investigating the effects of changes in CO2 concentration on marine plankton dynamics with chemostat systems
MacKenzie, B. R.1 &D. Schiedek2
Daily ocean monitoring since the 1860s shows unprecedented warming of northern European seas
MacKenzie, B. R.1,H. Gislason2,C. Moellmann3 &F. W. Koester4
Impact of 21st century climate change on the Baltic Sea fish community and fisheries
Martin-Jézéquel, V.1,P. Huonnic1,A. Vrignaud-Caillaud1,S. Dubois2,B. Delille3 &U. Riebesell4
Phytoplanktonic taxa-specific changes in the CO2-rich world
McNeill, C. L.1 &S. Widdicombe1
The impact of seawater acidification on the diversity and structure of benthic macrofaunal communities.
Mieszkowska, N.1,S. Jones2,S. Hawkins1 &D. Wethey2
Thermal responses of four species of the Mytilus genus of mussel exposed to acute heatwave events occurring as the result of global climate change.
Mohlin, M.1,V. Lindberg1 Bagmi Pattanaik1 &A. Wulff1
Interaction effects of high irradiances and nutrient concentrations on the cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena from the Baltic Sea
Molinero, J.1,M. Morovic2,B. Grbec2,M. L. Fernandez de Puelles3 &S. Souissi4
Hemispheric climate oscillations and the Mediterranean Sea identifying relationships between plankton, hydrological patterns and climate
Mller, R.1,C. Wiencke1 &K. Bischof2
The effects of stratospheric ozone depletion and of global warming on Arctic and temperate kelp species (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae)
Neumann, H.1,I. Krncke1 &S. Ehrich2
Temporal variability in epibenthic communities from the German Bight towards the Norwegian Sea
Pascoe, C. K.1,A. Beesley1,D. Lowe1 &S. Widdicombe1
The impact of CO2 acidification on reproduction and feeding in sediment dwelling echinoderms.
Piontek, J.1,N. Hndel1 &A. Engel1
Effects of rising temperature on the microbial decomposition of particle aggregates in the ocean
Prtner, H. O.1
Physiological mechanisms linking climate to ecosystem change.
Riebesell, U.1
Ocean acidification: curse or blessing?
Rothusler, E.1,F. Tala1,I. Gmez2,I. Hinojosa1,L. Miranda1,U. Karsten3 &M. Thiel1
Increasing seawater temperatures limit dispersal distances of kelp rafts
Schiedek, D.1, A. Sokolowski2, M. Wolowicz2, S. Kube1, J. Jansen3, R. Lasota2, K. Smolarz2 & H. Hummel3
Geographical patterns in ecophysiological traits of the bivalves Mytilus spp. and Macoma balthica along the European coast: effects of region-specific environmental conditions and global changes
Shirayama, Y.1,T. Yamamoto1,M. Ohta1,K. Okita1 &T. Kato1
Potential impacts on benthic ecosystem in the future high CO2 world
Sommer, F.1
Effect of global warming on top-down control of a Baltic Sea plankton community
Sommer, U.1,N. Aberle2,H. Hoppe1,K. Jrgens3,K. Lengfellner 1 &U. Riebesell1
The Kiel AQUASHIFT-mesocosms study: conceptual basis and experimental design
Spiridonov, V. A.1,Y. V. Krasnov2,A. D. Naumov3,A. N. Pantyulin4,A. B. Tzetlin5 &E. V. Vortsepneva5
Indicators of climate change impact on the White Sea ecosystem
Staehr, P. A.1 &T. Wernberg2
Ocean climate controls the temperature dependency of metabolic rates in macroalgae: Importance for species distributions
Stenseth, N. C.1
Effects of climate change on marine ecosystems
Sundelin, B.1,A. Eriksson Wiklund1,T. Jacobson1,M. Lof1,A. Ford2 &A. Karlsson3
Climate stress increased sensitivity to parasites in the Baltic amphipod Monoporeia affinisς
Tsutsumi, H.1,A. Tsutsumi1,A. Takamatsu1,C. Kimura1,S. Tamaki1,T. Takahashi2 &S. Montani3
Global warming and destruction of pelagic-benthic ecosystem in enclosed bays
Walther, K.1,P. Breithaupt2,U. Sommer2,H. Hoppe2 &K. Jrgens1
Cell-specific activity and bacterial community composition along a temperature gradient during an algal spring bloom a mesocosm study
Wasmund, N.1,J. Gbel2 &B. v.Bodungen1
Changes in the phytoplankton community of Kiel Bight (Baltic Sea) during the last century
Wernberg, T.1,G. Kendrick2,M. Thomsen1 &F. Tuya1
The effect of ocean climate on resilience of kelp beds to physical disturbances
Werner, I.1,K. Meiners2,T. Mock3,A. Moshkina4,O. Preobrazhenskaya4 &H. Schnemann1
Not only the bear will disappear - potential impacts of climate change on Arctic pack-ice communities
Wohlers, J. 1, Engel, A.2,U. Sommer3,E. Zllner1 &U. Riebesell1
The cycling of organic matter during a spring bloom in a warming ocean an indoor mesocosm study
Wood, H. L.1,S. Widdicombe1 &J. I. Spicer2
Quantifying the physiological effects of ocean acidification on Amphiura filiformis
Woolven-Allen, J.1,I. Joint1,J. C. Murrell2 &M. Mhling1
Bacterioplankton community structure in a high CO2 world
Wulff, A.1,K. Zacher2,M. Y. Roleda3,A. Y. Al-Handal1,D. Hanelt4 &C. Wiencke2
Antarctic benthic marine diatoms in a changing light climate

Invasion ecology
Authors Title
Amaral, A. S.1,F. F. Wallenstein1,N. V. Álvaro1 &A. I. Neto1
representativeness of non-native species on azorean subtidal sub-biotopes
Büttger, H.1 &G. Nehls1
Mussel beds turning to oyster reefs how does the community respondς
Buschbaum, C.1 &P. Polte1
Positive effects of a bad invader The case of the Japanese Seaweed Sargassum muticum in the south eastern North Sea
Dierking, J.1,I. D. Williams2,C. Birkeland1,W. J. Walsh3 &K. A. Stamoulis3
Effects of the introduced predatory fish Cephalopholis argus on native reef fish populations in Hawaii
Fazli, H.1
Changes in the population structure and biomass of kilka in Iranian waters of the Caspian Sea a response to an introduced jellyfish
Haydar, D.1
Historical shipping shaping distribution patterns of marine invertebrates in the North Atlantic ocean
Javidpour, J.1 &U. Sommer1
The Mnemiopsis leidyi-invasion of the Baltic Sea: the first 10 months and a comparison to other ctenophore populations of the South-West Baltic Sea
Johnston, E. L.1,R. F. Piola1,G. F. Clark1,K. A. Dafforn1 &T. G. Glasby2
The role of pollution in facilitating marine invasions
Katolikova, M.1,P. Strelkov1,D. Lajus1,A. Sukhotin2,M. Gantsevich3 &R. Vainola4
The invasion of the Pacific mussel Mytilus trossulus into the White, Barents and NE North Sea
Kochmann, J. A.1,C. Buschbaum1 &K. Reise1
Effects of alien oysters and native mussels as ecosystem engineers on benthic diversity a field experiment in the Wadden Sea
Lenz, M.1
Age is a good predictor for the stability of marine fouling communities Results from a study replicated globally at different spatial scales.
Leppäkoski, E.1
Invasion pressure to European brackish seas
Markert, A.1,I. Krncke1,A. Schmidt1 &A. Wehrmann1
New oyster reefs in the East Frisian Wadden Sea: Crassostrea gigas affects the community structure of native Blue Mussel beds
Nicastro, K. R.1,G. I. Zardi1,C. D. McQuaid1,F. Porri1 &M. Rius2
Sand, waves, heat stress and habitat segregation between invasive (Mytilus galloprovincialis) and indigenous (Perna perna) mussels in South Africa
Orav-Kotta, H.1,J. Kotta1 &K. Herkl1
Habitat-specific fish predation explains the current range of the invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus in the northern Baltic Sea
Reise, K.1
Marine coastal communities teared apart in an eventful history
Rigal, F.1, F. Viard1 & T. Comtet1
Is larval release at low temperature a waste? An investigation in the invasive slipper limpet Crepidula fornicata
Shiganova, T.1
Pathways of invasion, establishment and distribution of alien species in the Ponto-Caspian
Shiganova, T.1, Y. Bulgakova1, I. Siokou-Frangou2 & E. D. Christou2
Comparison of morphophysiological variability of Mnemiopsis leidyi and population size in different recipient environments of the Southern Seas
Spindler, G.1 &M. Wahl1
Introduced vs. local communities performance of non-indigenous assemblages in their new range
Thomsen, M. S.1,T. Wernberg1,P. A. Sthr2,D. Krause-Jensen3,A. B. Josefson3 &B. R. Silliman4
Benthic marine NIS in Denmark with emphasis on highly invasive seaweeds
Troost, K.1,2,P. Kamermans2 &W. J. Wolff1
Competition between native bivalves and an introduced oyster through larviphagy
Weinberger, F.1,R. Karez2 &M. Wahl1
Gracilaria vermiculophylla has arrived in the Baltic Sea: How strong will be its ecological impactς
Zardi, G. I.1,C. D. McQuaid1,K. R. Nicastro1,P. R. Teske2 &N. P. Barker2
Larval dispersal, selection and the genetic structure of indigenous (Perna perna) and invasive (Mytilus galloprovincialis) mussels in South Africa.

Ecosystem consequences of biodiversity change
Authors Title
Airoldi, L.1,F. Colosio2,S. Santin1 &S. D. Connell3
Causes and consequences of the loss of canopy-forming macroalgae
Bradshaw, C.1 &K. Gustafsson1
Ecosystem effects of a flame retardant in a shallow Baltic Sea environment
Burke, K.1,E. Walpersdorf1 &U. Witte1
The effect of fish farming on biodiversity and ecosystem function: in situ pulse chase experiments and analysis of stable isotope ratios.
Costa, T. L.1
Detecting anthropogenic disturbances in the rocky intertidal: A study of rocky shores in Victoria, Australia
Cusson, M.1,L. Benedetti-Cecchi2 &T. Crowe1
Species richness and the stability of marine ecosystems: comparisons of relationships at a European scale using meta-analysis
Domisch, S.1 & M. Molis2
Effects of Sargassum muticum on structure and diversity of macrobenthic rocky shore communities at Helgoland
Ehlers, A.1,B. Worm2 &T. B. Reusch3
Eelgrass meadows in a changing world genotypes get in on coping with change
Gamfeldt, L.1,H. Hillebrand1 &P. R. Jonsson2
Multiple functions increase the importance of biodiversity for total ecosystem functioning
Griffin, J.1,R. Thompson2,S. Hawkins1 &S. Jenkins3
Primary succession, biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in rock pools
differences in response of a mediterranean benthic community submitted to natural and anthropic high sedimentation
Hiebenthal, C.1 &U. Kossak1
From the past to the future: what bivalves hide in their shells
Hummel, H.1, Jansen, J.1,E. Flach2,G. Ejdung2,P. Magni3,C. Sola4 &R. Sanjeevi5
The impact of biodiversity changes in key species on structure and function of coastal marine benthic communities an overview of the BIOCOMBE project
Isabel Caador1
Twenty years of vegetation dynamics in salt marshes of the Tagus Estuary (Portugal)
Joo Canning-Clode, J.1,2,M. Wahl1,N. Valdivia3 &M. Molis3
Estimating Regional richness in marine benthic communities The influence of replication
Korehi, H.1,F. Farahani2,A. Nasrolahi2,M. Mazaheri2 &P. Nejatkhah Manavi2
Effect of Environmental Changes on Abundance of Cyanobacteria in Tiab Estuary, Persian Gulf
Lof, M.1,J. Gardestrom2 &B. Sundelin1
Genetic diversity in the Baltic Sea amphipod Monoporeia affinis
Martins, G. M.1,S. J. Hawkins2,A. I. Neto3,R. C. Thompson1 &S. R. Jenkins4
Population and community level effects of exploitation of rocky intertidal grazers
Marzinelli, E. M.1,D. Blockley1,T. Underwood1 &R. A. Coleman1
Human modification of habitat and its effect on kelp epifauna
Matias, M. G.1, F. Arenas2, S. Vaselli3 & I. S. Pinto2
Linking functional diversity and non-random distribution of species to ecosystem functioning
Matthiessen, B.1 Mielke, E.1
Mechanisms of species coexistence regulate the diversity ecosystem functioning relationship
Paramor, O. A.1 &C. L. Frid1
The effect of fishing on habitat functioning: Implications for management
Pearson, T. H.1,2
Biodiversity effects on ecosystem function
Rakers, S.1,S. Ehrich2 &I. Krncke1
Temporal variability of epibenthic communities in the extended German Bight
Range, P.1
The effects of changing diversity of species on temporal variability: an experimental test with intertidal assemblages of grazing gastropods and epilithic algae.
Robinson, L.1,S. Greenstreet2,H. Reiss3 &H. Fraser2
Do species identities and biodiversity matter in terms of productivity or is size all that mattersς
Rubach, A.1,B. K. Eriksson 2 &H. Hillebrand1
Habitat modification by a canopy forming seaweed affects resource versus consumer control in a coastal benthic food web
Schmidt, J. O.1
Dramatic increase of larval snake pipefish (Entelurus aequoreus L.) off North Scotland - a result of climate changeς
Scrosati, R.1 &C. Heaven1
Spatial trends in community diversity across rocky intertidal environmental gradients in Atlantic Canada
Soffker, M. K.1,J. M. Hall-Spencer1 &K. A. Sloman1
Cold-water coral reefs as fish habitat. Comparison of a trawled and non-trawled site in the Northeast Atlantic.
Strain, E.1 &C. Johnson1
Ecosystems effects of fishing blacklip abalone Haliotis rubra in Tasmania, Australia
Tillin, H. M.1, Rogers, S. I.2 &C. L. Frid1
Will degradation of benthic habitats lead to loss of ecosystem functionς
Valdivia, N.1 &M. Molis1
Function of the habitat-forming seaweed Fucus serratus on temporal stability in diversity of macrobenthic communities from Helgoland rocky shores
Vge, S.1,H. Reiss1 &I. Krncke1
Macrofauna succession in an infilling salt marsh clay pit

Theme 2: Complex Interactions

Trophic interactions
Authors Title
Aberle, N.1 & A. M. Malzahn1
Inter- and intra-specific variations in stable isotope fractionation: experimental studies simulating pelagic multi-trophic systems
Amaro, T.1, D. S. Billett2 & M. R. Cunha1
Feeding strategies of deep-sea holothurians in the Portuguese canyons
Andrew, G. M.1,M. T. Burrows1,S. J. Hawkins2 &R. A. McGill3
Trophic interactions on rocky shores: stable isotope evidence for the importance of macroalgae to the diets of intertidal grazing gastropods
Banaru, D.1,M. Harmelin-Vivien 1,M. T. Gomoiu 2 &T. M. Onciu 2
Influence of the Danube inputs on C and N stable isotope ratios of the Romanian Black Sea coastal waters and sediment
Boersma, M.1,C. Augustin2,S. Knotz2 &A. Malzahn2
Seasonal dynamics of Temora longicornis on the Helgoland Reede
Casini, M.1 &G. Kornilovs 2
Switches in zooplankton regulation mechanisms: piscivore/zooplanktivore dynamics regulate the strength of top-down and bottom-up forces in a pelagic marine ecosystem
Christie, H.1,K. M. Norderhaug1 &S. Fredriksen2
Structure and function of mobile macrofauna associated to macrophytes
Coleman, R. A.1,P. A. Cotton2 &E. M. Birdsey2
Food supply and foraging behaviour: Attacks by oystercatchers on aggregated prey
Connolly, R. M.1 &J. M. Oakes1
Carbon pathways in coastal foodwebs: stable isotope evidence further enriched
Dannheim, J.1,U. Jacob2,A. Schroeder1 &T. Brey1
Specialists, omnivors and diet shifters: a trophic niche triangle in soft-bottom benthos
Dias, S.1,T. Iglesias2 &J. Lobón-Cerviá3
Trophic dynamics of a riverine population of Yellow Eel (Rio Esva, northwestern Spain)
Diekmann, A. S.1,R. W. Campbell1,M. A. Peck1 &M. A. St.John1
Significance of Algal Bloom Temporal Dynamics on Zooplankton Vital Rates Variation in diatom biochemical composition during a simulated bloom and its effect on copepod reproduction
Dries, H.1,S. Garthe1 &S. Ehrich2
Distribution patterns of swimming crabs (Liocarcinus spec.) in the German Bight and their significance for foraging seabirds
Eriksson, B.1,L. Ljunggren2,A. Sandstrm2,G. Johansson2,A. Rubach 3,S. Rberg 3,O. Engstedt 4,J. Mattila 5 &M. Snickars 5
Fisheries management - a powerful tool to combat eutrophication problems?
Garthe, S.1 &W. A. Montevecchi2
Foraging strategies of the largest North Atlantic seabird, the northern gannet (Sula bassana): Changing environments, flexibility and opportunistic predation
Hansen, F.1,J. Dutz2 &J. Peters3
Trophic importance of ciliates for the reproduction of Acartia clausi
Hillebrand, H.1
Diversity in multitrophic interactions - explaining the biocomplexity of food webs
Jacob, U.1,U. Brose2,T. Jonsson3,M. Emmerson1 &T. Brey4
Wait to be seated how to measure consumer trophic level in natures restaurant
Kotta, J.1,H. Orav-Kotta1,V. Lauringson1,K. Kaljurand1 &I. Kotta1
Do benthic suspension feeders feed selectively on diatom species in the shallow coastal ecosystem of the Baltic Seaς
Kraberg, A.1, D. Helling1 & K. H. Wiltshire1
Heterotrophic Dinoflagellate Biodiversity and Ecology at the Helgoland Roads long-term monitoring station in relation to changing Prey availability
Kruse, S.1 &U. Bathmann1
Abundance, diversity and ecology of midwater chaetognaths during Antarctic winter in the Lazarev Sea, Southern Ocean
Lischka, S.1, W. Hagen2, L. Gimnez3 & B. Ueberschär4
Life-history traits and feeding habits of the two copepods Pseudocalanus minutus (Calanoida) and Oithona similis (Cyclopoida) in the Arctic Kongsfjorden (Svalbard)
Malzahn, A. M.1,N. Aberle1,C. Petereit2,C. Clemmesen2,K. Schoo2,F. Hantzsche3 &M. Boersma3
Differential effects of nutrient-limited primary production on larval fish and hydromedusae condition
Markones, N.1,S. Garthe1,N. Guse1 &O. Hppop2
What you always wanted to know about fish and never dared to ask seabirds
Mintenbeck, K.1,T. Brey1,U. Jacob1 &R. Knust1
Fish in the high Antarctic food web in search of Achilles heel
Moorthi, S. D.1,R. Gast2,D. A. Caron3 &R. W. Sanders4
Mixotrophic nanoflagellates in plankton and sea-ice of the Ross Sea, Antarctica
Nehls, G.1,J. Blew1,H. Buettger1,K. Guenther2,N. Kempf3 &M. Ruth4
Bird responses to vanishing mussel stocks of the Wadden Sea can a single species be so important?
Nol, L. M.1,S. R. Jenkins2,R. C. Thompson3 &S. J. Hawkins1
Species interaction during succession: Role of herbivores and physical factors.
Norderhaug, K.1 &H. Christie1
Variations in kelp forest secondary production with exposure
Nordström, M.1,K. Aarnio1 &E. Bonsdorff1
Temporal variability of a benthic food web and the inertia of a low-diversity system
Peck, M. A.1,W. Khn2,C. Clemmesen3,M. H. Nielsen1,H. Hinrichsen3,B. Huwer4,T. Pohlmann2 &R. Voss3
Larval fish and their food at fronts: Combining in situ measurements and individual-based modelling to understand trophic interactions in the German Bight (southern North Sea).
Plyuscheva, M.1,D. Martin1 &T. Britaev2
The diet of two scale worms Lepidonotus squamatus and Harmothoe imbricata (Polychaeta, Polynoidae) in the White Sea.
Razinkovas, A.1,J. Lesutiene1 &Z. Gasiunaite1
Application of stable isotope analysis and balance model to quantify boreal coastal lagoon food web
Rodrigues, C. F.1 &M. R. Cunha1
Nutritional relations in deep-sea macrofaunal communities from Gulf of Cadiz (southern Iberian margin): a stable isotope approach
Rosqvist, K.1, M. Snickars1, M. Scheinin1 & J. Mattila1
Land uplift or traditional succession - formation of small lagoons in the northern Baltic Sea
Schueckel, S.1,U. Schueckel1,I. Kröncke1 &S. Ehrich2
Trophic interactions between benthic communities and demersal fish in the northern North Sea
Silva, A. C.1,D. M. Boaventura2,D. M. Boaventura3,S. J. Hawkins1,S. J. Hawkins4 &R. C. Thompson1
Effects of mobile aquatic predators in the intertidal
Sousa , R.1,S. Dias1,V. Freitas1 &C. Antunes1
Macrozoobenthic distribution along the River Minho estuarine gradient (NW of Iberian Peninsula)
Stbing, D.1,A. Schukat1 &W. Hagen1
Seasonal dynamics in feeding habits of Antarctic krill as indicated by trophic marker fatty acids and digestive enzymes
SundbÃck, K.1,F. Larson1,D. Groth Petersen2,C. Alsterberg1 &I. DahllÃf2
Complex response of shallow-water sediment systems to combined effects of nutrients and contaminants
Vinagre, C.1,J. Salgado1,M. J. Costa1 &H. Cabral1
Nursery fidelity, food web interactions and primary sources of nutrition of the juveniles of Solea solea and S. senegalensis in the Tagus estuary (Portugal): a stable isotope approach.

Chemical interactions
Authors Title
Bickmeyer, U.1,K. Walther1,K. Klings1 &K. Anger1
Measurement of stimulus correlated fluorescence signals in intact palaemonid shrimps following chemical stimulation with the secondary metabolite 2,4-dibromophenol
Bluhm, K.1, Croot, P.1 &K. Lochte1
Hydrogen Peroxide decomposition by Southern Ocean Diatoms
Dobretsov, S.1 &M. Wahl 1
Algal waterborne metabolites determine formation of benthic communities
Hay, Mark1
Signals in the sea: chemical signals mediate complex interactions at levels of populations, communities, and ecosystems
Koivikko, R.1,J. Loponen2 &V. Jormalainen1
How to assess the contents of phlorotannins - Folin-method versus HPLC
Lachnit, T.1 &T. Harder1
Control of Epibacterial Communities on Macroalgae by Algal Metabolites
Lion, U.2,F. Weinberger3 &T. Wiesemeier1
Differential regulation of lipase activities to trigger oxylipin-mediated defence in the red alga Gracilaria chilensis
Mahasweta Saha, M. S.1
Chemical defence strategy in acorn worm of Indian Sundarbans
Nylund, G. M.1,G. Cervin1,F. Persson2,P. D. Steinberg3 &H. Pavia1
Antimicrobial defence in the red alga Bonnemaisonia hamifera
Peeken, I.1,B. Bonsang2,R. Sarda-Esteve 2,V. Teutsch2,K. Bluhm1,E. Zoellner1 &V. Gros2
Carbon monoxide and non-methane hydrocarbons emissions by phytoplankton: preliminary results from laboratory and field experiments
Rohde, S.1 &M. Wahl1
Defensive reactions of Fucus vesiculosus Today, tomorrow or next weekς
Vyssokikh, M.1, . Manukhov2 &M. Plyuscheva1
Luminescence in Polynoid Worms
Weinberger, F.1,T. Lachnit1,K. Bischof2 &M. Zimmer3
Blue-light-activated diurnal defense in Fucus vesiculosus
Yun, H.1, S. Rohde2, M. Wahl2 & M. Molis1
Specificity of induced resistance in Fucus vesiculosus: causes and consequences by Idotea and Littorina from different habitats

Interaction webs
Authors Title
Auel, H.1 &H. M. Verheye2
Hypoxia tolerance in the copepod Calanoides carinatus and the effect of the intermediate oxygen minimum layer on pelagic community structure in the northern Benguela upwelling system
Bonsdorff, E.1,P. Kraufvelin1 &J. Perus1
Scale-dependent distribution of soft-bottom infauna in relation to habitat quality
Burkhard, B.1,K. Ahrendt2,K. Boeckh1,D. Diembeck1,H. J. Lenhart3,D. Lorenzen1,S. Opitz4 &W. Windhorst1
Impacts of future offshore winds farms on marine biota in the German North Sea an ecosystem model based approach
Hawkins, S. J.1,N. Mieszkowska1,R. C. Thompson2,P. S. Moschella1,D. W. Sims1,M. J. Genner1,P. J. Moore1,M. Edwards3,M. T. Burrows4 &A. J. Southward1
Complex interactions in a rapidly changing world: integrating long-term observations with experimental approaches and modelling to forecast the impacts of global change on the functioning of coastal and nearshore ecosystems
Helminen, U.1,A. Heiskanen1 &W. van de Bund1
Coastal phytoplankton communities in the Baltic Sea
Jansen, S.1 &U. Bathmann1
Reproduction and development of the copepods Rhincalanus gigas, Calanus simillimus and Pleuromamma robusta during an iron induced phytoplankton bloom (EIFEX) in the Southern Ocean
Kanstinger, P.1,M. A. Peck1,M. Kloppmann2 &J. Alheit3
Habitat partitioning and physiological condition of ichthyoplankton in nearshore and offshore areas of the southern North Sea
Kruschel, C.1 T. Bakran-Petricioli2 &S. T. Schultz 1
Association of fish and invertebrates with shallow benthic habitats (seagrass, algae, unvegetated) revealed by DGPS/video-tracking dive transects
Norling, K.1
Impact of single- and multi-species treatment on ecosystem functions in Baltic Sea sediments
Pedersen, T.1
Trophic interactions of cod (Gadus morhua) and other fish species in a changing coastal food-web
Schultz, S. T.1
Seagrass monitoring by underwater videography: disturbance regimes, sampling design, and statistical power
Varfolomeeva, M. A.1,N. N. Shunatova1,V. V. Khalaman2,D. V. Belyaeva2 &E. L. Yakovis1
Substrate choice by ascidian larvae does not explain the distribution of adults
Vesakoski, O.1,V. Jormalainen1 &T. Honkanen1
Top-down and bottom-up forces in adapting to local host plant assemblages in marine herbivore Idotea baltica
Volkenborn, N.1 &K. Reise1
Complexity of ecosystem engineering in the marine benthos
Wahl, M.1
Epibiosis: Complex defenses multiple stressors

Open Session: Topics outside the main themes

Authors Title
Barausse, A.1,A. Duci2,C. Mazzoldi2,Y. Artioli1 &L. Palmeri 1
Northern Adriatic sea mass-balance model: trophic structure of a highly-fished and eutrophic ecosystem
Correia, A. T.1,F. Barros2,P. Morais3 &P. Hamer4
Natural chemical tags as complimentary tools to identify the European conger eel (Conger conger) spawning stock(s)
Dippner, J. W.1 &I. Vuorinen2
BALTEX Assessment of Climate Change for the Baltic Sea basin: climate related marine ecosystem change
Hampel, H.1
Climate change research in FP7
Jelbart, J.1,K. Dixon1,M. Greenwood1,M. Schreider1,J. Prince2,S. Gifford1 &G. MacFarlane1
Monitoring for potential impacts of pearl oyster aquaculture on marine benthos
Lindstrm, K.1,M. Jrvenp2 &M. Saaristo2
The effect of anthropogenic environmental change on fish mating systems
Mokievsky, V. O.1,A. V. Golovko2,V. A. Spiridonov1,M. Y. Tokarev2 &A. B. Tzetlin3
Which factors determine distribution of sublittoral benthos in a subarctic sea
Nedzi, M.1 &A. Latala1
Toxicity assessment of imidazolium Ionic Liquids to the Baltic microalgae.
Sea as a dumping ground - A case study of Sri Lanka as a small island
Ravichandran, .1
Influence of Tsunami on Crab Diversity in Pichavaram Mangrove Environment, Southeast Coast of India
Schwemmer, P.1 &S. Garthe1
Feeding ecology and habitat utilization of the black-headed gull (Larus ridibundus) at the coastal zone of the German North Sea
Shulman, G.1
Transformation of food biochemical components in the Black Sea fishes
Concentrations of heavy metals, in sediment and biota, from coastal waters, at Tvδrminne, Finnish western Gulf of Finland

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