BG3.2Coastal ecosystem under anthropogenic pressure: impact on ecosystem structure and services
|Convener: Nathalie Gypens | Co-Convener: Marilaure Grégoire|
Friday, 12 April 2013
Chairperson: Nathalie Gypens
Nitrification and its oxygen consumption along the turbid Changjiang River plume
Sung-Yun Hsiao, Ting-Chang Hsu, Terence Jing-Yu Yang, Jing-Wen Liu, Xia-Bing Xie, Yao Zhang, Shih-Chieh Hsu, Jing Lin, Minhan Dai, and Shuh-Ji Kao
Riverine nutrients fluxes to the North Sea and harmful algal blooms, what changed since 1984 ?
Paul Passy, Nathalie Gypens, Gilles Billen, Josette Garnier, Vincent Thieu, Véronique Rousseau, Julie Callens, Jean-Yves Parent, and Christiane Lancelot
Modelling potential changes in marine biogeochemistry due to large-scale offshore wind farms
Johan van der Molen, Jon Rees, and Sian Limpenny
Annually recurrent macroalgal blooms (Ulva prolifera) resulting in the world's largest green-tides caused by expansion of coastal aquaculture in the Yellow Sea off China
John Keesing and Dongyan Liu
Coral Mass Mortality Associated to the Summer 2012 Seawater Temperature Anomalies in the Levantine Sea (Cyprus)
Carlos Jimenez, Antonis Petrou, Marina Evrivadou, Andreas Nikolaidis, Louis Hadjioanou, and Manfred Lange
Stanols as a tool to track the origin of microbial contamination of oysters, Crassostrea gigas, in shellfish areas.
Loïc Harrault, Emilie Jardé, Laurent Jeanneau, and Patrice Petitjean