VLIZ Young Marine Scientists' Day on 24 February 2012: final programme
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The 'VLIZ Young Marine Scientists' Day' 2012 invites all marine scientists in Flanders and around. On Friday 24 February you can discover the quality, diversity and relevance of the multidsiciplinaire marine research in Bruges (KHBO). Please register asap, since the number of seats is limited.
Registration – Welcome coffee – mounting of posters
Jan Mees (VLIZ)
Boosting your visibility in Open Access
Inge Van Nieuwerburgh (Ghent University, Digital Library)
Why do we love the sea? Because it makes us think of things we like to think
Jean Berlamont (Hydraulics Laboratory, Dept of Civil Engineering, KU Leuven)
Light stress in intertidal diatoms: a comparative molecular and ecophysiological study
Do windmill parks function as a refugium?
Reduced seed set by root herbivory in a coastal dune plant: are pollinators involved?
Unravelling the light-dependent cell cycle onset in diatoms
Marie J.J. Huysman
The feeding ecology of four semi-pelagic fish species in the North Sea: a case of Belgian water
Hakimu Davis Matola
Estimating primary production from continuous oxygen data in the Schelde Estuary
Wetland suitability and connectivity for migratory birds along the Ionian Flyway in Greece
Can the Kiunga MPA protect the Lamu fishery?
Seabirds and fishery discards in the Southern North Sea
Large scale experiments on farms of heaving wave energy converters
The effect of increasing surface water oxygen concentrations on metal mobility in sediments from the Schelde Estuary
The former occurrence of sturgeon in the North Sea – The contribution of archaeozoology and ancient DNA
Selective uptake of microplastics by a marine bivalve (Mytilus edulis)
Lisbeth Van Cauwenberghe
Dredged material disposal: does it substantially affect the ecosystem?
Gert Van Hoey
Plastic waste in the Belgian coastal waters: where and how much?
Groundwater quality distribution in the Belgian coastal plain : a story of Holocene transgression and human intervention
Salinity in the Belgian coastal zone
Aquaculture & immunostimulation through the eyes of Artemia
Reducing overtopping risks in Belgian coastal towns
Did the use of TBT-based antifouling paints cause severe damage to the common shrimp (Crangon crangon) population of the Southern Bight?
Introduction to the afternoon programme
Jan Mees (VLIZ)
Oceans and human health
Michael N. Moore Plymouth Marine Laboratory; European Centre for Environment & Human Health (Truro, Cornwall) & University of Eastern Piedmont (Alessandria , Italy)
- Poster presentations and competition
- Demonstrations of marine science activities by the VLIZ Marine Data and Information Centre (VMDC) and others
Presentations by the two winners of the ‘VLIZ Thesis Award Marine Sciences 2011’ and by the winner of the ‘VLIZ North Sea Award 2011’
Effect of ocean acidification on the early life stages of the Baltic tellin Macoma balthica
Elisabeth Debusschere (UGent, Dept of Biology)
Impact of global change on coastal hypoxia
Lorenz Meire (UGent, Marelac)
Historical land use change has lowered terrestrial silica mobilization
Eric Struyf (University of Antwerp, Dept of Biology)
- Best oral award (by the public)
- Best poster award (by the public)
- VLIZ North Sea Award 2011
- VLIZ Thesis Awards Marine Sciences 2011
Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge-Oostende (KHBO)
Friday 24 February 2011