Place: Helgoland, Germany
Dates: 21-25 September 2015
Organised by: Alfred Wegener Institut, Biologische Anstalt Helgoland


(1) (Big) data management and vizualisation: How to cope with the data deluge?; (2) Molecular Monitoring systems: Promises and challenges for long-term observations; (3) Drivers of and responses to ecosystem change in marine/coastal systems; (4) The role of parasitism as determinants of community dynamics; (5) Large-scale spatio-temporal analyses exploring climate change impacts in marine systems; (6) Individual adaptations to climate change: From temperature to acidification; (7) Fostering a better understanding of marine ecosystems through modelling approaches; (8) How invasive is the future: Species distributions in a changing climate; (9) From the bottom to the top: Foodweb interactions in a changing climate; (10) Biogeochemistry and nutrient cycling; (11) Biodiversity as a response to or a driver of change; (12) General Marine Biology; (12) Consequnces of a less icy future: Long-term changes in the Arctic; (13) Development and implementation of a pan- European Marine Biodiversity Observatory System (EMBOS); (14) Science, policy and education: where do they meet?; (15) Protective structures of coasts and oceans

President of the EMBS: H. Hummel (Netherlands)

Proceedings published in: Journal of the Marine Biological Association UK

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