The Role of Perceptions for Community-Based Marine Resource Management
Phytoplankton size-diversity mediates an emergent trade-off in ecosystem functioning for rare versus frequent disturbances
Accumulation patterns if lipophilic organic contaminants in surface sediments and in economic important mussel and fish species from Jakarta Bay, Indonesia
Origin and fate of sedimentary organic matter in the northern Bay of Bengal during the last 18 ka
Differential recycling of coral and algal dissolved organic matter via the sponge loop
The terrestrial isopod microbiome: an all-in-one toolbox for animal–microbe interactions of ecological relevance
21.12.16, 12:00, talk, ZMT large seminar room
Global Fishing Watch Project, Kristina Börder (Biology Department, Dalhousie University, Canada)
Roundtable workshop: "Exploring Marine and Coastal Epistemologies"
Co-organised by ZMT´s Development and Knowledge Sociology Work Group, the Sustainability Research Center (artec, University of Bremen,and the Geography Institute (University of Hamburg) .
Date: Mo, 23 January 2017, 14.00-16.00
Venue: Yu Garden Chinese Tea House (room: Shanghai Hall), Feldbrunnenstr. 67, 20148 Hamburg (train station: Hamburg-Dammtor)
Registration deadline: 10 December 2016 with cormac.walshuni-hamburg.de
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