Thesis Presentation Schedule IMBRSea 2021 June

Schedule Room 1 Schedule Room 2 Schedule Room 3 Livestream Room 1 Livestream Room 2 Livestream Room 3
room 3 - Session 1, July 5, 11:00-12:30
Marine Protected Areas: Levering Barriers to Strong Protection Implementation
Schultz Marieke
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Assessing perceptions of effectiveness of three levels of communication in an international project on the social economy of dried fish in Asia
Pigeault Alexia
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Mapping marine forests of giant kelp (Macrocystis pirifera) using satellite imagery and deep learning algorithms
López Márquez Laura Angélica
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room 3 - Session 2, July 5, 13:00-14:30
Living with the enemy: analysis of disseminated neoplasia in the cockle Cerastoderma edule from the estuary of Urdaibai (NE Iberian Peninsula)
Khatir Zenaba
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Investigating green sea turtle diets and digestive microbiomes using DNA metabarcoding
Diaz Lucia
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Quantification of environmental DNA from European plaice (Pleuronectes platessa) in the Belgian part of the North Sea.
Daniëls Camille
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room 3 - Session 3, July 5, 17:00-18:30
The effects of an offshore wind farm on the diet of plaice using stomach content and stable isotope analysis
De Buyser Silke
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Effects of a long-chain PUFA-deficient diet on the fatty acid composition and biosynthesis in harpacticoid and calanoid copepods along a temperature gradient
Sahota Robyn
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The effect of four commercial feeding regimes on the occurrence of bone deformities in juvenile Seriola lalandi (Valenciennes 1833)
Defraigne Marie
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room 3 - Session 4, July 6, 9:00-10:30
Surface Ocean CO2 in the Northern North Sea - Temporal and Spatial Variability
De Lange Simon
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Defining a protocol for recreational scuba diving carrying capacity within a marine protected area (MPA)
Rico Pelayo
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Reaching New Depths: Predicting bathymetric shifts of marine commercial fish species.
Salazar Mcloughlin Jané
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room 3 - Session 5, July 6, 13:00-14:30
Enhancing the larval settlement of Lanice conhilega with an optimized screening method of artificial substrates
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Video and image analysis techniques to monitor mussel (Mytilus edulis) reefs development under different hydrodynamic conditions.
Lanza Pablo
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Effects of a newly created mussel bed and hydrodynamic conditions on the biodiversity and functioning of macrobenthic communities
Boulenger Arnaud
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room 3 - Session 6, July 7, 11:00-12:30
Identification of Layers: A study on the distribution of large zooplankton, pelagic and mesopelagic fishes using the Deep Vision in-trawl camera system in the Norwegian Sea.
Westergerling Eugenie Heliana Taraneh
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Potential toxic and biochemical impacts of microplastic exposure on bivalve species nutritional content
Talarico Paola
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Using an integrated approach to design an effective marine protected area for seabirds
Coquilleau Lise
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room 3 - Session 7, July 7, 15:00-16:30
Characterization of seabirds community on the south coast of Portugal from 2013-2020
Budzynska Iga
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Oliveira Junior Wilson
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Dangerous microplastics in topshells and anemones along the North coast of Spain.
Janssens Lotte
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room 3 - Session 8, July 7, 17:00-18:30
Feeding ecology and presence of microplastics in the stomachs and intestines of Haller’s round ray (Urobatis halleri)
Pinho Inês
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Bioaccumulation of heavy metals in benthic invertebrates associated with mangrove ecosystem health
Jaeger Vivian
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Feeding ecology and microplastic contamination of juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna lewini) in the Gulf of California
Malthaner Leony Michèle Kristin
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room 3 - Session 9, July 8, 9:00-10:30
Living and Fossil Coccolithophores: a Tool to Understand Past and Future Climate Changes
Gallagher Kianna
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Environmental variability and ecology of Mediterranean Tunas
Sánchez-Fabrés García de la Rasilla Enrique
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Insights from the past: How has the diversity and community composition of coral symbionts changed since the late 19th century?
Roch Cassandra
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