Thesis Presentation Schedule IMBRSea 2024

Schedule by room


Room 1
Turtle
Room 2
Shark
Room 3
Orca
Room 4
Octopus
Room 5
Whale
Room 6
Kraken
Livestream Room 1 Livestream Room 2 Livestream Room 3 Livestream Room 4 Livestream Room 5 Livestream Room 6

Schedule by session:


July 3rd
9:00-10.30
July 3rd
11:00-12:30
July 3rd
14:00-15:30
July 3rd
16:00-17:30
July 4th
9:00-10:30
July 4th
11:00-12:30
room 1 - Session 2, July 3rd, 11:00-12:30
Genetic structure and evolutionary history of two near near-shore shark species
Krause Sara
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Winter grazing by Calanus at the Arctic Polar Front
Rappin Florence
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Assessing microplastic ingestion by fish and decapod larvae in two coastal ecosystems in the south of Portugal: Guadiana River estuary and Ria Formosa lagoon
Zeri Giulia
Evaluate Agreed Grade
room 2 - Session 2, July 3rd, 11:00-12:30
Marine mega-herbivore faeces enhance seagrass seed germination
Varga Brigitta
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Fishing and seafloor sustainability: Towards an integrative approach for assessing bottom trawling sensitivity in the Southern North Sea
Woolcock Sophia
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Management Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas in South-Eastern Mindanao, Philippines: Impact on Climate Resilience and Food Security of Surrounding Fishing Communities
Galveia Maria
Evaluate Agreed Grade
room 3 - Session 2, July 3rd, 11:00-12:30
Biotechnological Valorization of the Invasive Macroalgae Rugulopteryx okamurae in a Biorefinery Context
JAMONT Alizee
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Evaluation and Application of Ulva rigida, Palmaria palmata, and Fucus vesiculosus in Developing Nutrient-Rich Dog and Cat Treats
Nomdedeu Martinez Francisco
Evaluate Agreed Grade
NUTRITIONAL AND BIOACTIVE POTENTIAL OF A. platensis., C. vulgaris., AND S. limacinum FOR PET COOKIES APPLICATIONS.
Nkuba Anord
Evaluate Agreed Grade
room 4 - Session 2, July 3rd, 11:00-12:30
Assessing spillover from marine protected areas to adjacent fisheries
Levinson Marissa
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Mechanoreception in Hydrophis sea snakes: Drivers of ecological adaptation
Wagner Alizee
Evaluate Agreed Grade
TURNING A THREAT INTO AN OPPORTUNITY: THE SALT TOLERANT INVASIVE SPECIES ACACIA SALIGNA AS A SOURCE OF BIOACTIVE PRODUCTS IN A BIOREFINERY APPROACH
Sharif Simra
Evaluate Agreed Grade
room 5 - Session 2, July 3rd, 11:00-12:30
Exploring the limits of foraging dives of Humpback whale individuals (Megaptera novaeangliae, Borowski, 1781) using a mechanistic modelling approach
González Félix Marisa
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Seasonality of acoustic detections and distribution patterns of dolphins on the Northwest coast of Portugal
Sanz Ana
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Exploring invasive algae for new anti-inflammatory and antioxidant bioactives with potential application in chronic inflammatory diseases
Blomme Nils
Evaluate Agreed Grade
room 6 - Session 2, July 3rd, 11:00-12:30
Surfacing behavior of the oceanic stage juvenile loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta Caretta) in the Azores (in the North Atlantic)
Vobořilová Kateřina
Evaluate Agreed Grade
EGG-STRUGGLES: ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING HATCHING SUCCESS OF LOGGERHEAD TURTLES FROM NEW EMERGING NESTING SITES ON THE WESTERN COAST OF ITALY
Mires Rojas Jannyna
Evaluate Agreed Grade
Seasonal variation of sharks and predatory fish in the Galapagos Marine Reserve
Schüler Marthje Hannah
Evaluate Agreed Grade