Structure and contents – III Edition – 2015

For the 2015 edition this central topic will be “Patterns and processes in boundary marine  ecosystems”

The Colloquium will be organized as follows:

- Masterly lessons of one hour during mornings (15 hours).

- Practical activities in the afternoon (6 hours); the student will be trained in image analysis applied to benthos ecology and remote sensing.

- Jordi Isern.- An Introduction to Ocean Remote Sensing – Practical lessons.

- Carlos Domínguez-Carrió.-Video analysis – Practical lessons.

- Open discussions on cross-boundaries ecology topics (4 hours), lead by students.

- Posters discussion. Participants are encouraged to bring along a 3’ presentation together with a poster describing their research. One full afternoon will be dedicated to discuss the students’ research.

- Other activities. There will also be other activities, such as cultural activities within the city and a guided excursion to Natural Park of Medes Islands, in Costa Brava, including a boat trip and diving. (not included at the registration fee).

 The program is as follows: (Final program)

 

Monday 6th

- Welcome of Albert Palanques, Director of the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC).

- Welcome to the III Edition Ramon Margalef Summer Colloquia. Cèlia Marrasé.

- Welcome talk.- “Plankton and hydrographic boundaries: from small-scale density stratification to frontal systems“. Miquel Alcaraz

- Students’ presentations.

 Tuesday 7th

- Andrea Gori and Josep-Maria Gili.- Conference title: “ Shelf-break communities: An integrated approach to marine boundary ecosystems

- Marta Ribes.- Conference Title: “Living stuck to the bottom: strategies to improve resource acquisition in benthic organisms“.

- Susanne Neuer.- Conference title: “Ecological boundaries generated by coastal upwelling processes“.

 

 Wednesday 8th

Ferdinando Boero.- Conference title: “The cells of ecosystem functioning in the Mediterranean Sea

- Maurizio Ribera d’Alcalà.- Conference title: “The ecological and evolutionary impact of the quasi-ubiquitous boundary imposed by the vertical structure of the water column“.

- Estela Romero .- Conference title: “Sea and the City: spatio-temporal variability in coastal systems

 Thursday 9th

- Josep Lluís Pelegrí.- Conference title: “Fronts and retroflections in the Atlantic Ocean“.

- Luke Skinner.- Conference title: “The global marine carbon cycle and climate change: a synergy of biological and physicalprocesses“.

- Pablo Sangrà.- Conference title: “Ocean mesoscale eddies: frontal forcing and their impact on the marine ecosystem“.

 Friday 10th

- Lluís Cardona.- Conference title: “Hungry? Look for a frontal system, if you can

- Gordon T. Taylor.- Conference title: “Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemistry across Pelagic Oxygen Boundaries“.

- Roger Urgeles.- Conference title:The benthic boundary layer: feedback between geological and biological processes“.

 

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