ECSAProgramme2009

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Programme
Day
Date
Time
Title
Sun
30th
12.00
18.00
18.00
18.20
18.30
Registration, Hamilton Building TCD
Introduction Maxwell Theatre
Welcome
ECSA
Plenary: Understanding, modeling
and valuing estuarine goods and
services
Reception: Hamilton Concourse
20.00
Mon
31st
10.00
10.05
10.30
10.55
11.30
11.55
12.20
Fish, Fisheries & Aquaculture Chair:
Prof. M. Elliott
Fish Assemblage response to
Environmental pressures in the
Venice Lagoon
Variation patterns of the composition
and structure of estuarine fish
assemblages along the Portuguese
coast
Tea & Coffee
The Reproductive cycle of the
freshwater clam Galatea paradoxa
(Born, 1778) in the Volta River,
Ghana
UISCE: Understanding Irish Shellfish
Culture Environments.
Growth of the purple dye murex
(Bolinus brandaris) marked and
released in a semi-intensive fish
culture earthen pond
12.50
Lunch
14.00
Fish, Fisheries & Aquaculture Chair:
Prof. C. Simenstad
14.05
14.30
14.55
15.20
16.00
Short-term impact of intertidal
baitworm digging on non-target
macrobenthic communities of two
south Iberian Atlantic coastal lagoons
Factors influencing trematode
parasite burdens in mussels (Mytilus
spp) from the North Atlantic Ocean
across to the North Pacific.
Tea and Coffee
Estuarine Goods and services: Chair
Authors
Speaker
Prof. J. Wilson
Minister of State.
Prof. R. Uncles
Prof. R. Costanza
Franco et al.
Dr Anita Franco
França et al.
Ms Susana França
Adjei-Boateng
and Wilson
Mr. Daniel AdjeiBoateng
Berry and
Dallaghan
Vasconcelos et al.
Mr. Alan Berry
Carvalho et al.
Dr Susana
Carvalho
Wilson et al.
Professor James
Wilson
Dr Paulo
Vasconcelos
16.05
16.30
16.55
17.20
Tue
1st
Dr. R. Edwards
Scaling Restoration and Preservation
of Nearshore Beaches, Estuaries and
Deltas by their Ecosystem Functions,
Goods and Services: Lessons Learned
from the Puget Sound Nearshore
Ecosystem Restoration Project
(PSNERP)
Modelling the food web of the Venice
lagoon: a comparison between
inverse models and Ecopath
Estuarine services to economy and
sevices of economy to the estuary;
the dilemma of the Ems estuary
High Tides, Tidal Bores and
Tourism: A Global Perspective
19.30
Student careers evening: Zoology
Department
09.30
Monitoring & system function:
Chairman: Dr. B. McHugh
The chemical water quality of Dublin
Bay
WT: Fate of organic and non-organic
matter in estuaries.
WT: Impact of dystrophic events in
Lestina lagoon, Italy.
Tea & Coffee
09.35
10.05
10.30
10.55
Simenstad et al.
Professor Charles
Simenstad
Brigolin et al.
Dr Daniele
Brigolin
De Jonge
Professor Victor N.
De Jonge
Archer
Professor Allen
Archer
Joyce et al.
Ms Eileen Joyce
Moderan et al.
Mr Julien
Moderan
Professor Alberto
Basset
Barbone et al.
11.35
The application of PDMS passive
sampling for the monitoring of
persistent pollutants in Irish Marine
waters
O’Hara et al.
Dr Brendan
McHugh
12.00
Pascual et al.
Ms Marta Pascual
McHugh et al.
Dr Michelle
Giltrap
12.50
Marine biological valuation map
within the Basque Country: a
classification method within the
scope of the Water Framework
Directive.
Utilising caging techniques to
investigate metal uptake rates in
Nucella lapillus, Mytilus edulis and
Crassostrea gigas at three Irish coastal
locations
Lunch
14.00
14.00
15.00
ECSA Council meeting:
Poster session: Hamilton Concourse
Non-ECSA Council delegates: Tour
12.25
of Long Room and Book of Kells
19.30
Wed
2nd
Thur
3rd
Conference Dinner – Dining Hall
Excursions:
Marine Institute and Cliffs of Moher
Dublin Bay
09.30
09.35
10.00
10.25
10.50
11.30
11.55
12.20
12.45
14.00
14.05
14.30
14.55
15.20
16.00
Monitoring & system function
Chairman: Prof. V. De Jonge
Ecological quality of small estuarine
systems of the south Portuguese
coast assessed through benthic
macroinvertebrates communities
Assessment of ecosystem health in
marine environments focussing on
the benthos.
Ecological periodic tables for
estuarine habitats.
Tea and coffee
Trematode parasites infecting the key
macrobenthic species Hydrobia ulvae
(Gastropoda: Prosobranchia)
population from a eutrophic
temperate estuary
Water uses, Economic Implications
and Ecological Costs? Evaluation: A
DPSIR approach on the Mondego
Estuary
How scientific knowledge can be
used to support deliberative
processes in the frame of sustainable
clam farming in the lagoon of Venice
Lunch
Nutrients: Chairman Dr. C Rocha
Effects of Infauna Harvesting on
Tidal Flats of a Coastal Lagoon (Ria
Formosa-Portugal): Implications on
Nitrogen Dynamics
Seasonal benthic nitrate reactivity at
an intertidal Submarine
Groundwater Discharge (SGD) site
explored by modelling of benthic
concentration profiles.
WT: Orbetello lagoon (Tuscany, Italy)
ecosystem trophic characteristics.
Tea and Coffee
WT: Modelling of manila clam
resources in Venice lagoon
Cardoso et al.
Ms Inês Cardoso
Culhane et al.
Ms Fiona Culhane
Ferraro and Cole
Dr Steven Ferraro
Bordalo et al.
Ms Maria Bordalo
E Sá
Pinto et al.
Ms Rute Pinto
Dalla Riva et al.
Dr Simona Dalla
Riva
Falcão et al.
Dr Dalila Serpa
Severino et al.
Mr Juan Severino
Lenzi et al.
Dr Mauro Lenzi
Solidoro et al.
Dr Vinko Bandelj
16.25
16.50
17.15
17.30
19.00
Fri
4th
AlgaRisk - The Prediction of Coastal
Algal Blooms
Towards a sustainable clam farming
in the Lagoon of Venice
ECSA Prize best Student presentation
ECSA Prize best Student poster
Close
Ceilidh - Comholtas Ceoltoiri
Eireann, Monkstown
Free
Wither et al.
Canu et al.
Mr Andrew
Wither
Dr Donata Melaku
Canu
Professor James
Wilson
Poster Title
Fishery data and climate changes: evidence from the
Venice lagoon
Meiofauna of east coast Irish transitional waters – The
Slaney Estuary case study
Variability within perturbation events alters the effect
of disturbances
An integrated biomonitoring programme for the
evaluation of environmental pollution around the coast
of Ireland using a battery of biomarkers and sediment
toxicity assays
Macrobenthic community structure in intertidal areas
of a temperate estuarine system (Ria de Aveiro,
Portugal)
Authors
Coraci et al
King & Wilson
García Molinos, & Donohue
Hardenberg et al
Nunes et al
Analysis of Seasonal Nutrient and Particulate Matter in
a Mussel-Producing Fjord on the West Coast of Ireland
Smith & Cave
Basis for a Bayesian Approach to Fisheries Discards
Viana et al
Importance of microphytobenthos as food resource for
the suspension feeding bivalve, Ruditapes
philippinarum, in estuarine areas of Japan.
Yamaguchi et al
Habitat Distribution Model for Manila Clam Juveniles
in the Venice Lagoon
Zucchetta et al
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