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ZAC3 was an online event. On the 18th you found the Lobby here.
|Room 1||Room 2|
|9:00 – 9:15||Blue Economy, Blue Carbon and my road to ZMT
|Session 6||Models within ZMT – ZMT within models
Jan Härter and Debbie To
|Aquatic Resource Use and Protection (Programme Area 1)
Achim Schlüter and Oscar Puebla
|09:15||79: More data, better decisions?
|103: Revisiting the Right-sizing of Fishing Effort: Process, Outcomes and Application in other Consensus-based Fisheries Management
Regina Therese Bacalso et al.
|09:30||86: Modelling the interactive effects of temperature and nutrient on the size composition of phytoplankton communities
Sze Wing To et al.
|83: The role of social networks for transformations in environmental governance: a scoping review
|09:45||88: Basic climate dynamics, and their modelling
|63: Marine Conservation Beyond MPAs: The Recognition of Other Effective Area-based Conservation Measures (OECMs) in Indonesia
|Session 6 continued||Models within ZMT – ZMT within models
Jan Härter and Debbie To
|Adaptive place-based research during the COVID-19 pandemic: Perspectives and praxis
Yim Ming Connie Kwong and Ben Nagel
|10:15||91: Tipping points in an exploited ecosystem: modelling tools for theoretical questions
Giovanni Romagnoni et al.
|74: A Sea of Connections needs to prove itself: adaptive research during the pandemic
|10:30||92: Ecosystem modelling facilitate stakeholders engagement: a case study from the Peruvian hake fishery
|10:45||106: Dramatic seagrass community changes – simulating global climate change effects with a Cellular Automaton model.
Marlene Meister et al.
|80: Online Q sorting, an alternative approach to assess stakeholders perspective during pandemic Covid-19 in Indonesia
|11:00||112: How do models of opinion formation fit to ZMT?
|81: Adapting network mapping to a remote setting in times of disrupted fieldwork
Yim Ming Connie Kwong et al.
|Grand Debates||Grand Debates at ZMT: The Anthropocene
|Fieldwork at home? Experiments at MAREE during Corona and beyond
Silvia Hardenberg and Lara Stuthmann
|This session offers four ~10min impulse talks from the four ZMT departments (Ecology, Theoretical Ecology and Modelling, Social Science and Geology) followed by a general discussion||109: Effect of Different Light Intensities on Antioxidant Activity, Total Phenolic Content and Chlorophyll a in Sea grapes (Caulerpa lentillifera)
Mia Pribbernow et al.
|Sonia Bejarano and Oscar Puebla:
The ecology of coral reefs in the Anthropocene
A useful concept or a dangerous buzzword? Ecological modelling and societal changes facing the Anthropocene.
|111: A mesocosm study: Effects of increased CO2 levels and temperature on tropical seagrass and macroalgae species
The Anthropocene: Uses, abuses and potentials of the concept
The Anthropocene started thousands of years ago
|110: Microsensor measurements of reactive oxygen species in Pocillopora damicornis during a standardized short-term heat stress assay
|113: Prospecting and Manipulating Carotenoids in the Endosymbiotic Jellyfish Cassiopea andromeda for human nutrition
|12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break|
|Session 8||A fish perspective on the marine tropics
Oscar Puebla and Sonia Bejarano
|Coastal Development and Hinterland Dynamics (Programme Area 3)
Tim Jennerjahn and Marion Glaser
|14:00||71: Drivers of reef fish carbonate production and composition
Mattia Ghilardi et al.
|69: Assessing ecosystem degradation related to anthropogenic and natural drivers
|14:15||100: The estimation of recent demography in a coral reef fish (Hypoplectrus puella) using IBD-Blocks
Nina Tombers et al.
|77: Geochemistry and mineralogy of sediments along the transboundary Umba River as indicators of provenance and weathering
Amon Kimel et al.
|14:30||104: A Genomic Clock to predict Lifespan in Fish
Finn Opätz et al.
|93: Blue Economy in Bangladesh: Missing ‘Social Equity’ issues in policies
Jewel Das et al.
|14:45-15:00 Coffee Break|
|Session 7||Effects of human activities on coral reef organisms and ecosystems
Marleen Stuhr and Henry Wu
Yim Ming Connie Kwong, Hauke Kegler and Sarah Zwicker
|15:00||94: Four Years into Reef Systems research
|64: Virtual Academy for Marine & Coastal Sustainability – connecting partners around the globe for a joint initiative?
|15:15||101: Interaction between Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean using climate information of the last 30 years from coral cores of Costa Rica
Sahra Greve et al.
|70: Taming ZMT’s data zoo
Joscha Schmiedt et al.
|15:30||97: Multi-coral reconstruction of the South Pacific response to modern climate change
Sara Todorovic et al.
|73: The reef passages of New Caledonia and their social-ecological role as connectors between coastal and offshore spaces and species
|15:45|| 98: A warming Gulf of Mexico – Environmental and climatic changes recorded by a Siderastrea siderea coral from the northern Cuban coast
Marie Harbott et al.
|82: Role of coastal CO2 sequestration in the Benguela Upwelling System from a global biological carbon pump perspective.
Claire Siddiqui et al.
|16:00||108: A multi-level coral bleaching resistance and tolerance experiment
|107: Citizen Science for coastal research: Insights from the seagrass monitoring case study in Hainan
Jialin Zhang et al.
|16:15-16:30 Coffee Break|
|Session 4||Sustainable Aquatic Food Systems
Aisa O. Manlos, Stefan Partelow and Holger Kühnhold
Yim Ming Connie Kwong and Hauke Kegler
|16:30||68: Complexities in food system transformation
Aisa O. Manlos
|16:45||85: Connecting the dots: Social-ecological network analysis for marine resource management
|17:00 – 17:30||Session 3
78: Global assessment of coastal renewable freshwater resources
Sara Nazar et al. Download Poster
76: Hydrogeological system analysis of the freshwater lens of Gili Air (Lombok, Indonesia)
114: Effects of temperature and oxygen availability on erythrocyte and leucocytes of Halobatrachus didactylus
|17:00 – 17:30|
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