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Organizers by,Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre MARE. MARE University of vora School of Sciences and Technology. Apartado 94 7002 554 vora Portugal,http www mare centre pt https www uevora pt. Co organizers, Instituto de Ci ncias Agr rias e Ambientais Mediterr nicas University of vora Portugal ICAAM. School of Sciences and Technology University of vora ECTU. International Association of Meiobenthologists IAM. DEPARTAMENTO DE BIOLOGIA, This work is funded by National Funds through FCT Foundation for Science and Technology under. the Project UID MAR 04292 2019,MARE Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre.
University of vora School of Sciences and Technology. Apartado 94 7002 554 vora,http www mare centre pt,https www uevora pt. Publication date July 7th 2019,This publication should be quoted as follows. Helena Ad o Cla dia Vicente Katarzyna Sroczy ska Margarida Espada Paula Alvim. M lanie Costa and Soraia Vieira eds 2019 Book of Abstracts SeventIMCO Seventeenth. International Meiofauna Conference Grand Auditorium University of vora Portugal. 7 12 July 2019 University of vora Special Publication. Reproduction is authorized provided that appropriate mention is made of the source. ISBN 978 989 8550 97 2,Committees,Local Organizing Committees. Helena Ad o MARE Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre University of vora. Cl udia Vicente ICAAM Instituto de Ci ncias Agr rias e Ambientais Mediterr nicas University of vora. Margarida Espada ICAAM Instituto de Ci ncias Agr rias e Ambientais Mediterr nicas University of vora. Mourad Bezzeghoud School of Sciences and Technology University of vora. Luiz Carlos Gazarini Biology Department University of vora. Jorge Ara jo Biology Department University of vora. Soraia Vieira MARE Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre University of vora. M lanie Costa MARE Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre University of vora. Hortense dos Santos School of Sciences and Technology University of vora. Scientific Committee,Ann Vanreusel Ghent University Belgium. Cl udia Vicente ICAAM Instituto de Ci ncias Agr rias e Ambientais Mediterr nicas University of vora Portugal. Daniela Zeppilli IFREMER Institut Fran ais de Recherche pour l Exploitation de la MER. Laboratoire Environnement Profond France, Fabiane Galluci UNIFESP Federal University of S o Paulo Brazil.
Federica Semprucci UNIURB Universit degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo Italy. Helena Ad o MARE Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre University of vora Portugal. Jeroen Ingels Research Faculty at Florida State University Coastal and Marine Lab USA. Katarzyna Sroczynska MARE Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre University of vora Portugal. Margarida Espada ICAAM Instituto de Ci ncias Agr rias e Ambientais Mediterr nicas University of vora Portugal. Michaela Schratzberger CEFAS Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science United Kingdom. Nikolaos Lampadariou HCMR Hellenic Center for Marine Research Greece. Sofie Deryche ILVO Institute for agriculture and fisheries Belgium. Tom Moens Ghent University Belgium, Vadim Mokievsky P P Shirshov Institute of Oceanology Russia. Walter Traunspurger Bielefeld University Germany,Wonchoel Lee Hanyang University Korea. MARE Marine Environmental Sciences Centre University of vora together with International Association. of Meiobenthologists are proud to welcome the 17th International Meiofauna Conference SeventIMCO The. SeventIMCO is the major assembly to present and share advances in meiofaunal research and this year 2019 it. became a historical meiofauna conference celebrating 50 years 1969 2019 anniversary. Previous conferences have been held in Tunis Tunisia 1969 York England 1973 Hamburg Germany. 1977 Columbia USA 1980 Ghent Belgium 1983 Tampa USA 1986 Vienna Austria 1989. Maryland USA 1992 Perpignan France 1995 Plymouth England 1998 Boston USA 2001 Ravenna. Italy 2004 Recife Brazil 2007 Ghent Belgium 2010 Seoul South Korea 2013 and Heraklion Crete. Greece 2016 The 2019 edition of SeventIMCO is hosted by MARE Marine Environmental Sciences. Centre University of vora in beautiful cultural heritage town of vora Portugal. This year 7 keynote presentations 74 oral presentations and 78 poster presentations are included in the. program which are distributed over 34 countries and 125 corresponding authors Their contributions are dis. tributed by the following themes representing emerging topics that meiofauna research. Advances in taxonomy phylogeny and biogeography, Meiofauna biodiversity patterns and ecosystem interactions including Freshwater Estuarine. Coastal and Ocean Deep sea and Frontiers ecosystems. Meiofauna in a changing world meiofauna response to natural and anthro pogenic pressures. Methodologic advances in meiofaunal studies New tools and analytical and. experimental approaches,Meiofauna and Science communication to Society. We have also organized an initiative a roundtable meeting This is a dynamic encounter aimed at connecting. early career scientists with senior scientists to exchange ideas collaborate and even identify research priorities. for the next decade of meiofauna sciences, SeventIMCO addresses various challenges that meiofauna research is facing nowadays providing new frontiers.
and innovative advances in meiobenthology science to support management decisions of the sustainable use. of the oceans seas and freshwater ecosystems,Helena Ad o. Chair of SeventIMCO,I Keynote presentations 7,Invited lectures 8. II Oral presentations 15, T1 Advances in taxonomy phylogeny and biogeography 16. T2 Meiofauna biodiversity patterns and ecosystem interactions including Freshwater Estuarine Coastal and. Ocean Deep sea and Frontiers ecosystems 24, T3 Meiofauna in a changing world meiofauna response to natural and anthropogenic pressures 46. T4 Methodologic advances in meiofaunal studies new tools and analytical and experimental approaches 62. T5 Meiofauna and Science communication to Society 72. III Poster presentations 75, T1 Advances in taxonomy phylogeny and biogeography 76.
T2 Meiofauna biodiversity patterns and ecosystem interactions including Freshwater Estuarine Coastal and Ocean Deep. sea and Frontiers ecosystems 98, T3 Meiofauna in a changing world meiofauna response to natural and anthropogenic pressures 115. T4 Methodologic advances in meiofaunal studies new tools and analytical and experimental approaches 128. List of participants 135,Keynote presentations,keynote presentations. Invited lectures, An overview of the ecology of meiofauna in freshwater ecosystems. Nabil Majdi1 and Walter Traunspurger1, University of Bielefeld Department of Animal Ecology 33615 Bielefeld Germany. nabil majdi uni bielefeld de, Meiobenthic organisms are widespread in habitats like muddy lake bottoms sandy streambeds or phototrophic.
biofilms coating cobbles in rivers and they also colonize massively ephemeral or disconnected freshwater. habitats like temporary streams They achieve an important production of biomass throughout the year and. there is growing evidence that the meiofauna play a central role in ecosystems by stimulating the mineraliza. tion of organic matter by microbial decomposers or by stimulating photosynthesis through grazing biofilms. Furthermore the meiofauna seem a significant prey pool for macro invertebrates and benthivorous fishes. However our knowledge of the distribution and ecological role of meiobenthic organisms is still minimal in. freshwater ecosystems To some extent this lack of knowledge might be the result of the difficulty of using the. meiofauna in manipulative experiments that have been a stronghold of aquatic ecology Yet many meiobenthic. organisms possess recognizable functional traits that should make them ideal models for fundamental ecological. studies on the interactions between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning This overview draws a portrait. of recent advances in our understanding of the functional diversity of meiofauna in freshwater ecosystems as. well as in our understanding of the diversity of interactions they have with other biota Given their contribution. to secondary production and to the level of connectance in food webs we argue that meiofauna should not be. ignored in concepts and theories about energy flows in ecosystems if we are to meet the challenge of sustaining. freshwater ecosystems for the future, Keywords Ecological network secondary production decomposition feeding types. seventIMCO,keynote presentations,Quo Vadis Meiobenthology. Reflections Perspectives and Conclusions,Olav Giere1. Professor emeritus, Zoological Institute University of Hamburg Martin Luther King Platz 3 D 20146 Hamburg. The relevant role of meiofauna as mediators between ecosystem processes in contrast to the marginal recognition. among biologists and decision makers has been discussed at the last Meiofauna Conference in Heraklion This. deplorable contrast neither new nor justified prompted me to compile the recent meiobenthological literature. and put those aspects into the focus that are considered future relevant. Basing on my recent treatise on Perspectives in Meiobenthology Giere 2019 SpringerNature in press. those directions will be outlined that could bring our research closer to the mainstream could find notice in. general benthology and access to the top ranked scientific sometimes even to public media My focus is on. publications from fields of future scientific or even societal potential. Importance beyond subject specific interest,Pollution and meiofauna old topics new hazards.
Future trends in ecological meiobenthos research, Physiology biochemistry and meiofauna a rarely touched terrain. Towards an integrated triad Taxonomy morphology and phylogeny. Based on selected recent literature only some of these aspects can be outlined here But the conclusions. presented have one underlying concern the fragile state of meiobenthology in the plethora of benthic or general. contributions My appeal for a future successful research strategy underlines intensive co operations and use. of new technologies to tackle more general aspects of meiobenthology And it is based on the confidence that. future meiobenthology deserves and may attain a greater potential. Giere O 2019 Perspectives in Meiobenthology Reviews Reflections and Conclusions SpringerBriefs in. Biology 80 pp https doi org 10 1007 978 3 030 13966 7 in press. Keywords Future meiofauna research out of the dwarf niche societal relevance prospects of scientific. progress seventIMCO,keynote presentations, Invisible allies what can meiofauna tell us about a changing world. Michaela Schratzberger1 2, Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science Pakefield Road. Lowestoft NR33 0HT United Kingdom, Collaborative Centre for Sustainable Use of the Seas University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park. Norwich NR4 7TJ United Kingdom,michaela schratzberger cefas co uk.
Marine sediments are by surface the largest habitat on Earth Interactions between sediment dwelling meiofauna. as well as the interplay between meiofauna and their environment mediate a range of sediment processes many. of which are important on a global scale and are essential to sustain life on Earth The seafloor has always. been changing current sedimentary ecosystems are the result of millions of years of physical chemical and. biological influences However accelerating rates of human induced changes have led to far reaching and in. some cases irreversible degradation of marine sediments This keynote brings together empirical evidence on. the response of meiobenthos to the most dominant and widespread human impacts including climate change. fishing the introduction of non native species and habitat degradation I will illustrate how meiofauna studies. can contribute to the fundamental understanding of human impacts and provide insights into various facets of. the threats e g spatial extent frequency of occurrence magnitude such impacts pose to marine ecosystems. Keywords Meiobenthos marine sediments disturbance response human impacts threats. seventIMCO,keynote presentations, New methods for the generation of DNA signatures from marine. nematode communities and their application in meiofauna ecology. Sofie Derycke1 2 Lara Macheriotou2 and Ann Vanreusel2. Animal Sciences Unit Flanders research institute for agriculture fisheries and food ILVO. Ankerstraat 1 8400 Ostend Belgium, Biology Department Ghent University Krijgslaan 281 S8 9000 Ghent Belgium. sofie derycke ilvo vlaanderen be, High abundances and species diversity suggest that free living nematodes are important actors in nutrient and. biochemical cycling processes in marine sediments On top of this a wealth of experimental data show species. specific responses to environmental stressors turning nematodes into an important group for ecological impact. assessments Unfortunately ecological studies are hampered because morphological species identification. requires expert knowledge and is time consuming DNA metabarcoding has been suggested as a way to speed. up sample processing for meiofauna communities We have explored the resolution of different marker genes. 18S and COI of different bioinformatics pipelines OTU clustering and sequence variants and of different. taxonomic databases to come to a best practice for using DNA metabarcoding in monitoring studies using ma. rine nematodes The 18S marker gene outperformed COI in terms of taxon diversity while OTU clustering and. Book of Abstracts SeventIMCO Seventeenth International Meiofauna Conference Grand Auditorium University of vora Portugal 7 12 July 2019 University of vora Special Publication Reproduction is authorized provided that appropriate mention is made of the source ISBN 978 989 8550 97 2 4 Committees Local Organizing Committees Helena Ad o MARE Marine and Environmental Sciences

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