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Research Capacity Building Coordination zmt Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology

zmt Report

2009-2010 page

Introduction

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Research Projects

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Capacity Building and Cooperation

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Services and Administration

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Appendix

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Imprint Published by Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie (ZMT) GmbH Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) Postal address: Fahrenheitstraße 6 28359 Bremen Germany

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Introduction

Introduction

The reporting period, 2009 and 2010, was marked by two major events, namely the acceptance of the Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) into the Leibniz Association as a full member and the arrival of its new director. At the beginning of 2009 the ZMT became a full member of the Leibniz Association following its successful second evaluation by the German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat). The first evaluation in 2006 had recommended the ZMT for full membership; hence an initial period as an associate member of the Leibniz Association began. At the end of 2010 Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal became the ZMT’s new director and professor for Geology of the Tropics in a joint appointment with the University of Bremen. She replaced Prof. Dr. Venugopalan Ittekkot, who had successfully headed the institute for a period of ten years. As a member of the Leibniz Association, the ZMT continued its efforts to develop the institutional structure in line with the recommendations of the German Council of Science and Humanities and the International Scientific Advisory Board of the ZMT. As stipulated for Leibniz centres, a research programme was developed. Its three main

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programme areas are: (1) Structure and Function of Tropical Coastal Ecosystems, (2) Changes in Tropical Coastal Ecosystems: Impact of and Strategies for Sustainability, (3) Capacity Building and Coordination. Research activities at the ZMT continued to focus on long-term joint research projects in cooperation with universities and research institutions in Indonesia (SPICE), China (LANCET), southern Africa (GENUS) and Vietnam (Can Gio). These projects addressed issues related to the function and structure of tropical coastal ecosystems, their resources and use by man, and their resilience to damaging impacts. Scientific information was collected with regard to the development of integrated coastal management strategies. Two of the main projects at the ZMT received special acknowledgement based on their excellent results: The bilateral ChineseGerman project LANCET was extended for two additional years until 2011. SPICE, a German-Indonesian research programme, completed its second phase in 2010. After an evaluation, the bilateral inter-ministerial meeting held in Berlin in June 2010 recommended the continuation of the programme in a third phase.

At the same time the ZMT contributed to the development of new long-term projects in the regions of southern Africa and China. These efforts arose from discussions with potential new partners during the visits of delegations of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) to South Africa, Namibia and China. In the southern African region a detailed framework document is being prepared under the name of SPACES (Science Partnerships for the Assessment of Complex Earth System Processes). The development of a strong and committed partnership between German and southern African research institutions is the overall goal of the SPACES programme, which is a contribution to the “Earth System and Sustainability Research Initiative” of the BMBF. In addition, a project is being developed in close cooperation with the Institute of Marine Sciences of the University of Dar es Salaam in Zanzibar, Tanzania, to study changes in East African coastal ecosystems and the impact on ecosystem functions and services. In China, the ZMT is taking part in projects within the overall initiative on “Central Asia: Monsoon Dynamics and Geoecosystems”.

In response to its membership in the Leibniz Association, the ZMT changed its name from Center for Tropical Marine Ecology to Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, as well as its legal form from a registered association to a limited liability corporation (GmbH). In conjunction with its membership in the Leibniz Association the ZMT also gained access to funding within the Leibniz system, which provides joint federal and state financing, thus securing a stable financial basis. The funds were allocated to the expansion of the ZMT’s facilities and to the development of its four planned departments: Biogeochemistry / Geology, Ecology, Ecological Modelling and Social Sciences. The ZMT subsequently advertised four new professorships: Coral Reef Ecology and Biogeochemistry / Geology in cooperation with the University of Bremen, and Ecological Modelling and Social Sciences in cooperation with Jacobs University Bremen. The positions were filled in 2010, allowing the selection and appointment of the heads of the four ZMT departments. Dr. Christian Wild was appointed for Coral Reef Ecology,

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Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal for Biogeochemistry / Geology, Dr. Agostino Merico for Ecological Modelling and Dr. Achim Schlüter for Social Sciences. At the end of 2010, the director of the institute, Prof. Dr. Venugopalan Ittekkot, handed over the reins to his successor. For the position of new director, the ZMT was able to win the geologist Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal, who held the Chair of Sedimentology at the University of Heidelberg and had formerly worked with a Heisenberg grant at the Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM, University of Bremen) in paleoecology and paleoclimatology. She joined the ZMT on 1 December 2010, as Professor of Geology of the Tropics at the University of Bremen. She also heads a research group at the ZMT that investigates the reactions of calcareous organisms to environmental changes like ocean acidification or eutrophication. Thus, the ZMT’s range of key topics is being complemented to better understand the impact of environmental changes on the livelihood of coastal populations in the tropics.

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Prof. Dr. Venugopalan Ittekkot left the ZMT after ten years as its director. During his tenure, he made essential contributions to the centre’s development into an internationally acknowledged institution in the field of marine research with an extensive net of research partners in the tropics. In particular, he expanded the ZMT’s contacts to the Asia Pacific Region and southern Africa. Thus, he succeeded in establishing the coordination of comprehensive research programmes in countries like China and Indonesia, with which Germany had made agreements on scientific-technological cooperation. He was particularly engaged in finding cooperation partners for these projects also within Germany and in making the activities of the ZMT more visible on a national level. Under his direction the ZMT succeeded in becoming a member of the renowned Leibniz Association, one of the four large research associations in Germany. This achievement is a major legacy of Prof. Dr. Ittekkot to the wider research community.

Research Projects page

Science for the Protection of Indonesian Coastal Ecosystems – SPICE

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Land-Sea Interactions along Coastal Ecosystems of Tropical China: Hainan – LANCET

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Dynamics of the Green Belt in the Frame of Coastal Changes along the Southeast Coast of Vietnam

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Future of Reefs in a Changing Environment - FORCE

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Role of Estuarine Biogeochemistry on Abundance and Types of Vibrio cholerae in West Bengal: Seasonality and Relation with Cholera Incidence – BIOVIBEN

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Seasonal Variability in the Impact of Carbon and Nutrient Inputs from the Brantas River on the Madura Strait

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Geochemistry and Ecology of the Namibian Upwelling System – GENUS

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Impact of Nitrogen Effluents from Sugar Cane Monoculture on Water Quality and Biogeochemistry of the Mundau-Manguaba Lagoon and Adjacent Coastal Waters of Eastern Brazil

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Status of the Marine Environment of the Beibu Gulf, South China Sea and the Evolution during the Holocene – BEIBU

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High-PUFA Algae

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Breeding and Rearing of Ornamental Organisms under Controlled Conditions

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Science for the Protection of Indonesian SPICE Coastal Ecosystems 2003-2010_DURATION Indonesia_PARTNER COUNTRY MAIN PARTNERS

Universities and research institutions in Germany (Bremen, Bremerhaven, Geesthacht, Hamburg, Jena, Kiel, Oldenburg, Warnemünde) and Indonesia (Bandung, Bogor, Gondol, Jakarta, Makassar, Palembang, Pekanbaru, Purwokerto, Semarang, Surabaya) FUNDING

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) DETAILS

Research program with 6 project clusters, coordinated by the ZMT. The ZMT conducts its own research as part of five clusters.

The Indonesian-German SPICE Programme was initiated in 2003 by the bilateral Steering Committee on Earth and Ocean Science. The implementation of the SPICE Programme was carried out in two phases. The information on the structure and functioning of coastal ecosystems and their alterations due to human interventions obtained during SPICE I (2003-2007) formed the basis for SPICE II (2007-2010). The focus on natural sciences in the first phase was complemented by social science in the second phase with the aim to better understand the social dimension of coastal ecosystem changes and to improve the links between research and decision-making. The research activities in Indonesia were focused on regions in Java, Bali, Sumatra and Sulawesi. Scientists from 17 Indonesian and 19 German universities and related research institutions were involved in SPICE. The programme created several opportunities for scientists and students from Indonesia and Germany to participate in the research activities and to pursue graduate and postgraduate degrees in marine science. Joint workshops, seminars and summer schools were organised as an accompanying measure within the projects. In April 2010 both phases of the SPICE Programme were evaluated by a bilateral evaluation committee. The IndonesianGerman Steering Committee on Earth and Ocean Science recommended the continuation of the SPICE Programme. New topics were proposed from the Indonesian side and discussed with the scientific community in Bremen in September 2010. During a bilateral workshop in October 2010 at the ZMT, project outlines and joint cooperation based on the proposed research topics were defined and sent for evaluation to the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Ministry for Research and Technology in Indonesia (RISTEK). Dynamics of Coral Reefs, Tropical Seagrass Beds and Water Column Processes – Linkages and Resilience to Disturbances The project focused on coral reef ecosystems and adjacent seagrass meadows in South Sulawesi, which are influenced by dynamite fishing and land-based pollution. Recently, the work on reef ecosystems was ex-

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tended to include aspects of marine botany. Incubation experiments on reef macroalgae in sites that vary in their degree of exposure to human influences were used to test the physiological responses of calcifying and noncalcifying macroalgae under disturbance and to identify potential impacts of macroalgal growth on corals and the resilience of reef systems under these conditions. Understanding Ecological and SocioEconomic Dynamics and Their Interaction in the Segara Anakan Lagoon The major goal was to improve understanding of the interaction between ecosystem and socio-economic dynamics in the Segara Anakan region. Mainly the dispersal of substances in the lagoon was investigated. Because of high freshwater input into the lagoon by the Citanduy River, which drains an agriculture-dominated hinterland, concentrations of dissolved inorganic nutrients and particulate organic matter originating from agricultural soils were high in the western and central parts of the lagoon. The city of Cilacap is located east of the lagoon and affected by industry and Indonesia’s largest oil refinery directly in the port. There, input of organic pollutants was detected in water and sediments of the lagoon. Species diversity and abundance of macrobenthos were high compared to other mangroves in the Indo-Pacific. Investigation of the benthic food web resulted in unusually high spatio-temporal variability of the stable carbon and nitrogen isotope composition. Some of the investigated organisms appear to be suitable bioindicators of ecosystem pollution.

Investigation of Dissolved Organic Carbon in Peat-Draining Rivers of Sumatra, Indonesia and its Impact on Coastal Systems Indonesia holds the largest share of tropical peat lands worldwide, and it is strongly affected by deforestation and drainage. The ZMT’s study in the Siak River, Sumatra, was aimed at identifying and quantifying environmental impacts of peat soil leaching on water quality in the river and the coastal ocean. Results show that the organic carbon fluxes are enormous and lead to light limitation in

coastal areas, thus contributing to reduced primary productivity. The study has been extended to other peat-draining rivers of Sumatra to ascertain the representativeness of the results. Biogeochemical Fluxes in the Indonesian Seas This project investigated the influence of monsoons and climatic anomalies associated with El Niño events on the upwelling system off the Javanese coast, which is an important fisheries region. Initial results show that El Niño events strengthen upwelling along the Javanese coast and could increase fisheries yields. Also, carbon dioxide emissions from the upwelling system are strongly controlled by freshwater introduced by small rivers during the wet season. Studies examined the functional relationship between the strength of the biological pump and freshwater discharge in upwelling systems Governance and Management of Coastal Social-Ecological Systems The project examined the social and economic drivers of resource use in Indonesian mangrove and coral reef ecosystems in two regions: the Spermonde Archipelago off South Sulawesi and the Segara Anakan Lagoon in West Java. In a third region, the Siak river basin in Sumatra, the social implications of river water quality change were examined. In all three Indonesian coastal regions, avail-

able natural science data from SPICE I and II were used as a point of departure. In the South Sulawesi Spermonde reef archipelago, scientists participated in research and training excursions in 2009 and 2010. Social and natural scientists jointly developed and implemented participatory research methods during these excursions. Results related to fishing strategies, livelihood options and coping strategies with climate and ecosystem change were made available in local languages and presented in a report for decision makers. The sedimentation processes around the Segara Anakan lagoon were reconstructed from historical maps and satellite images. This led to a critical review of current arguments on the causes of sedimentation. The social causes of changing land use patterns were analysed in several case studies. Explorative interviews with lagoon fishermen on the environmental changes in the lagoon were conducted. The exploration phase of the Siak river project produced two public health master’s theses. One gave an overview on the current situation in developing countries and in particular in Indonesia concerning water pollution, water management and the provision of clean drinking water and sanitary facilities. The other discussed Siak river pollution and how human health in the adjacent villages is affected as experienced and witnessed by the local population.

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Land-Sea Interactions along Costal Ecosystems LANCET of Tropical China: Hainan 2007-2011_DURATION China_PARTNER COUNTRY MAIN PARTNERS

Universities in Germany (Bremen, Hamburg) and China (Shanghai, Qingdao), research institutes in China (Haikou, Hangzhou) FUNDING

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) DETAILS

Integrated project with five sub-projects, coordinated by the ZMT. The ZMT conducts three subprojects.

The project aims to improve our understanding of land-sea interactions in Hainan. The newly generated knowledge will contribute to developing measures for a sustainable management of the aquatic systems in the region. The investigated areas comprise small rivers, estuaries, and the typical tropical habitats mangroves, seagrass meadows and coral reefs. The subprojects within LANCET address issues in physical oceanography, marine chemistry, biogeochemistry, marine botany, reef ecology and fisheries biology. Current Status and Regulatory Functions of Hainan Coral Reefs Ecology The coral reefs of Hainan are coming under increasing pressure from rapid coastal development. Understanding the response of corals to these pressures is crucial for predicting their resilience in the face of natural and anthropogenic disturbances. Substrate cover, composition, photosynthetic activity, as well as physiological properties of several coral types were studied. Anthropogenic pressure was most evident in the coral reef habitat. Large areas of the reef have been destroyed by bomb and cyanide fishing. Coral cover is low and coral organisms display a reduced fitness compared to reefs elsewhere. Severe overfishing has led to extremely low fish biomasses in the region. There is only one fish species left

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which could quantitatively graze excess algae from seagrass leaves and corals. Thus, under elevated nutrient levels overgrowth by algae poses a severe threat to these already endangered habitats. Climate and Environmental Reconstructions Obtained from Coral Cores This project followed the last one in the second phase of LANCET, which began in 2010. The aim is to study impacts of the monsoon, climate anomalies and land use changes on the coral reefs off Hainan. Therefore a core from a Porites coral growing 500 m off the coast in the vicinity of Tanmen was drilled and subsamples taken. So far, stable oxygen and carbon isotopes (�18O und �13C) as well as Sr/Ca ratios were measured. Results show that the annual mean growth rates of the Hainan corals are similar to those at other sites in the tropics that have the same sea-water temperature. As expected, all geochemical tracers followed the monsoon-driven seasonality. Contrary to many other coral records, the Hainan coral core shows no long-term decrease of �18O. This decrease elsewhere is assumed to be caused by global warming. The new data support other findings suggesting that the weakening of the winter monsoon counteracts the global warming impact off Hainan by reducing the propagation of warm water into the South China Sea.

Nekton Status and Connectivity among Coral Reefs, Seagrass Beds and Mangrove Forests Tropical shallow-water habitats function as important nursery and feeding grounds for fish. They move between different coastal habitats in close proximity, like mangroves, seagrass beds, sandy beaches and coral reefs. Knowledge about this connectivity is fundamental for designing effective conservation and management strategies. The project aims at describing the status of fish communities and the analysis of the connectivity between ecosystems in an intensively fished estuary. Transport and Transformation Pathways of Carbon and Nutrients from Watershed to Coastal Sea The goal of this study is to show how human activities on land alter river water quality

and the biogeochemistry of receiving coastal waters. Thus, conversion of mangrove forests to aquaculture leads to increased release of sediments, nutrients and pollutants to coastal waters. Sewage effluents change the natural pattern of riverine carbon and nutrient fluxes. Data collected show that rivers and estuaries receive high amounts of inorganic and organic nutrients from municipal effluents and rural aquaculture. The introduced nutrients are converted into organic matter which fuels the food web. Nutrient enrichment and sediment input to coastal waters have negative effects on the health of seagrass beds and coral reefs which are naturally adapted to low nutrient conditions and clear water environments.

Dynamics of the Green Belt in the Frame of Coastal Changes along the Southeast Coast of Vietnam DURATION_2004 - 2009 PARTNER COUNTRY_Vietnam MAIN PARTNERS

Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City; Institute of Forest Growth and Forest Computer Science, TU Dresden FUNDING_ German Research Foundation (DFG) DETAILS

Subproject of the integrated project “Land-Ocean-Atmospheric Interactions in the Coastal Zone of Vietnam”, coordinated by the ZMT

Large areas of mangrove forests were devastated in South Vietnam during the Second Indochina War. After its end in 1975, extensive reforestation with monocultures took place. Can Gio, one of the biggest replanted sites with about 20,000 ha of mangroves – mainly Rhizophora apiculata – was declared a biosphere reserve by the UNESCO in 2000. In this study the capability of natural canopy disturbances (e.g. lightning strikes)

to facilitate this transformation were tested. The results highlighted the importance of small disturbances such as lightning strikes to mitigate vulnerability against synchronous windfall in hom*ogenous forest structures. Hence, creating small openings artificially may be an appropriate management measure in areas where the frequency of natural small-scale disturbances is low.

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FORCE Future of Reefs in a Changing Environment DURATION

2010-2013 PARTNER COUNTRIES

9 countries in Europe and the Caribbean Region European Union (EU)_FUNDING DETAILS

Joint project coordinated by Exeter University, UK. The ZMT conducts two subprojects.

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The project aims to enhance the scientific basis for managing coral reefs in an era of rapid climate change and unprecedented human pressure on coastal resources. It takes an ecosystem approach that links the health of the ecosystem with the livelihoods of dependent communities and identifies the governance structures needed to implement sustainable development. Within the project, the ZMT investigates critical knowledge gaps in the ecology of tropical reef algae. The aims are to understand the ultimate and proximate causes of change in Caribbean reef environments, to assemble a region-wide management toolbox and to disseminate recommendations and tools to stakeholders, practitioners, and policy-makers. Subproject 1 focuses on crustose coralline algae, generally considered ‘coralfriendly’. They play an important role in the ecology of coral reefs by acting as cues for coral settlement and by contributing to reef calcification and cementation. However,

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these algae show increased signs of mortality through disease. This study investigates the ecology and driving factors of disease affecting crustose coralline algae and their effects on reef recovery processes using field surveys and experiments. Subproject 2 focuses on benthic cyanobacterial mats, generally considered ‘coralunfriendly’. They are becoming widespread on Caribbean reefs. They are often early colonizers of dead coral and disturbed substrates and have negative effects on coral larval survival and recruitment. The project uses field surveys to characterise the spatiotemporal dynamics of benthic cyanobacterial blooms in relation to biotic and abiotic parameters in the environment, as well as field and laboratory experiments to investigate the controlling factors of these blooms. The findings will strategically fill gaps in our understanding of ecological processes so that models of reef ecosystems can be improved.

Role of Estuarine Biogeochemistry on Abundance and Types of Vibrio cholerae in West Bengal: Seasonality and Relation with Cholera Incidence The Ganges Delta encompasses possibly the world’s largest mangrove ecoregion, the Sunderbans. Yet its biogeochemical cycles are almost unknown. Although Vibrio cholerae is a natural inhabitant of West Bengal estuaries, there are no systematic studies on causal links between yearly cycles of organic nutrients, inorganic nutrients and physicochemical parameters related to the Asian Monsoon system and the seasonal dynamics of the causative agent of cholera, which is the focus of this project. Specific hypotheses to be tested are whether chitinaceous micro-detritus rather than zooplankton is the main V. cholerae reservoir, and whether higher contents of chitin, salt, nutrients and phages favour short-term emergence of new variants of pathogenic aquatic V. cholerae. The study will reveal whether specific V. cholerae are more resistant to estuarine gradients and

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how sediment resuspension by cyclones influences V. cholerae diversity and abundance in the water column. These data will be related to seasonal cholera incidence patterns.

DURATION_2010-2012 PARTNER COUNTRY_India MAIN PARTNER

National Institute for Cholera and Enteric Diseases (NICED), Kolkata FUNDING_German

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Seasonal Variability in the Impact of Carbon and Nutrient Inputs from the Brantas River on the Madura Strait DURATION_2009-2011 PARTNER COUNTRY_Indonesia MAIN PARTNERS

in Germany: 4H-JENA engineering GmbH, HZG Geesthacht; in Indonesia: Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT), Jakarta; Jasa Tirta Corporation, Malang; Bogor Agricultural University FUNDING_Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) DETAILS

Cooperative project coordinated by 4H-JENA engineering GmbH, subproject conducted by the ZMT

This is a subproject within a project aimed at developing an automatic measuring system for the assessment of water quality in the Madura Strait, East Java, coordinated by 4HJENA engineering GmbH. The ZMT contrib-

utes to this project through the collection of spatio-temporal data sets on nutrients and organic matter discharge from the Brantas River to the Madura Strait.

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Geochemistry and Ecology of the GENUS Namibian Upwelling System 2009 - 2015_DURATION PARTNER COUNTRIES

Namibia, South Africa MAIN PARTNERS

National Marine Infomation and Research Centre, Swakopmund; University of Namibia, Windhuk; Department of Environmental Affairs, Cape Town FUNDING

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) DETAILS

Joint project, coordinated by the Universities in Bremen and Hamburg. The ZMT conducts two subprojects.

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GENUS represents a cooperation of ecologists, biogeochemists and modellers with the aim to clarify relationships between climate change, biogeochemical cycles, and ecosystem structure in a large marine ecosystem, the upwelling system off the northern Benguela / Namibian Coast. Coastal upwelling systems are characterised by high seasonal and inter-annual variability in atmospheric forcing, but also by a relatively less complex trophic ecosystem structure, which makes them excellent systems to study physical, biogeochemical and ecological processes in a changing environment. The project focuses on the correlations and interactions of changes in properties of water masses and oxygen supply and demand on the shelf. It analyses concentrations and ratios of nutrients in upwelling water and their CO2-content and relates it to shifts in species composition and biomass in the pelagic system. In the past, significant and economically severe changes in ecosystem structure occurred which are in part attributed to changes in physical forcing, resulting in significant changes of temperature and oxygen conditions in the environment.

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In one of its two subprojects, the ZMT focuses on the carbon budget and the processes influencing the biological pump in the near coast area. The second subproject examines the impact of oxygen changes on vertebrate plankton. Both projects aim at contributing to the description and modelling of processes in the northern Benguela upwelling system off Namibia.

Impact of Nitrogen Effluents from Sugar Cane Monoculture on Water Quality and Biogeochemistry of the Mundau-Manguaba Lagoon and Adjacent Coastal Waters off Eastern Brazil Increased river inputs of nitrogen to coastal waters are a major problem in many areas of the world. Though an essential nutrient, nitrogen in high concentrations causes eutrophication and damages coastal ecosystems. The project investigates the sources, transformation and fate of the nitrogen from sugar cane monoculture plantations and its environmental effects on the biogeochemistry and ecology of eastern Brazilian coastal waters. The concentration of dissolved inorganic nitrogen generally decreased from the rivers towards the coast. Phytoplankton mainly consisted of cyanobacteria, diatoms and chlorophytes. Results of an experiment to simulate fertiliser input showed that an increased nutrient input can entail changes in phytoplankton biomass and community composition. Our investigations suggest that

sugar cane cultivation in the hinterland of both areas of investigation had an impact on the water quality and biogeochemistry of coastal waters, particularly during the rainy season.

PARTNER COUNTRY_Brazil MAIN PARTNERS

in Germany: Universities of Bremen and Hamburg; Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Rostock; in Brazil: Fluminense Federal University, Niteroi; State University of Northern Fluminense, Campos; State University of Alagoas, Maceio FUNDING

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) DETAILS

Subproject of the project “The Impact of Pollutants from Sugar Cane Monoculture on Estuaries and Coastal Waters of NE-E Brazil: Transport, Fate and Sustainable Management Strategies”, coordinated by the University of Bremen

Status of the Marine Environment of the Beibu Gulf, South China Sea and the Evolution during the Holocene The Gulf of Beibu is located in the northwestern part of the South China Sea. It is impacted by several densely populated coastal regions of China and Vietnam. The input of dissolved and particulate matter to estuaries and coastal seas has been severely modified by humans and enhanced by sewage discharge, fertiliser use, and intensive aquaculture. In former times, its coast was fringed by extensive mangrove forests. They

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have undergone widespread conversion into shrimp ponds, resulting in a severe reduction of the natural filtering function of mangroves. At the same time they represent an additional source of pollution from aquaculture for adjacent water bodies. A major aim of the project is to quantify material fluxes within the Nan Liu Estuary close to Beihai/Guangxi and adjacent coastal waters and to investigate the role of mangroves in the transfer of material from land to sea against the background of substantial riverine input from the agriculture-dominated hinterland and from aquaculture in the estuary. The distribution and composition of dissolved and particulate substances (i.e. N and C) in the river-estuarine system, in mangroves and coastal waters is used to delineate inputs and pathways of the inputs. In cooperation with the other subprojects researchers are investigating how alterations on land and anthropogenic inputs will influence the open waters of the Gulf of Beibu.

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DURATION_2009 - 2012 PARTNER COUNTRY_China MAIN PARTNERS

Guangxi Mangrove Research Center, Guangxi Marine Environment & Coastal Wetland Research Center, Beihai FUNDING

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) DETAILS

Subproject of the joint project “Status of the Marine Environment of the Gulf of Beibu (South China Sea), and Development during the Holocene through Alternating Natural and Anthropogenic Influences”, coordinated by the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW)

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High-PUFA Algae 2008 - 2010_DURATION MAIN PARTNERS

Aquacare, Herten; Ceramics, Bremen; TeLa GmbH, Bremerhaven FUNDING

AG Industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen (AIF), Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWI)

Microalgae are primary producers and the basis of marine food webs. Few other food items contain such a variety of nutrients, fatty acids, vitamins, proteins, minerals and trace elements. Above all, they contain highly unsaturated fatty acids, which are extremely important nutrients for human growth and development. Marine fish accumulate these fatty acids through uptake of plankton. A main goal of this project is to increase the concentration of polyunsaturated fatty

acids (PUFA) in cultured microalgae. Several algae species are cultivated under varying environmental conditions in order to optimise quality, production and harvest. Emphasis is on the uptake of nutrients from effluents of shrimp aquaculture and on improving algal harvest with the help of specialised immobilisation techniques. At the same time, research also focuses on the uptake of algae by selected zooplankton organisms.

Breeding and Rearing of Ornamental Organisms under Controlled Conditions since 2004_DURATION MAIN PARTNERS

University of Bremen; Aquacare, Herten FUNDING

ZMT, AG Industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen (AIF)

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The purpose of this ongoing project is to promote conservation of coral reefs by breeding selected species from the ornamental trade and thus reducing wild catches. The project focuses on three areas of activity: water quality management, broodstock management and nutritional research. Experiments concentrated on clown fish, seahorses and particularly on giant clams. With these, the focus is on photosynthesis, respiration

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and calcification under varying abiotic conditions, and on the influence of nutrients on their growth. The production of live feed (Artemia, Rotaria, copepods and algae) for rearing of larvae is continuously being optimised. Furthermore, new research on the filtration capacity of corals and giant clams was studied under controlled conditions with respect to carbon dioxide, oxygen and temperature.

Capacity Building and Cooperation page Capacity Building Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences Capacity Building Support in Fisheries Sandwich Programme with the Indonesian Bogor Agricultural University

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Transfer Mangrove Rehabilitation in the Gulf of Kutch, Gujarat, India

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Cooperation with International Organisations and Programmes ICSU - SCOR NAM S& T CENTRE IOI GERMAN OPERATIONAL CENTRE IOC - UNESCO IGBP- LOICZ and IMBER

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Capacity Building two-term study in particular fields of marine sciences at the partner university abroad with the possibility of obtaining a M.Sc. Double Degree. Since 2010, the cooperation also includes PhD-level education, exchange of senior scientists, as well as the development of joint research projects. Among further activities are annual summer schools intended to strengthen contacts between students of both countries. In 2009, the two-week training course on “The Coastal Zone and its Management” in Qingdao was held jointly by Chinese and German lecturers, in 2010 another one followed on the “Response of Ocean Biogeochemistry to Global Change” in Kiel and Bremen. The BMBF approved the proposal for an extension of the project. The ZMT participated in teaching at the University of Bremen and at the Jacobs University. The scientific staff also provided supervision to both internal and external candidates at postgraduate level. The ZMT scientists contributed the majority of training courses for the ISATEC Master’s Programme. ISATEC (International Studies in Aquatic Tropical Ecology) is a two-year master’s programme for German and foreign students offered by the University of Bremen. The majority of topics and supervisory work for master’s theses for students within this programme came from the ZMT. Other capacity building activities included specialist training courses, summer schools and on-the-job training, which were offered both in Bremen and in partner countries. The ZMT also hosted a number of internships in its laboratories for students and pupils. Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences The ZMT has been coordinating this initiative on behalf of the University of Bremen since 2004. The activities contribute to the implementation of a joint English-language graduate programme in marine sciences and at intensifying scientific exchange between the Ocean University of China (OUC) in Qingdao with German universities in Bremen and Kiel and their affiliated research institutions. The initial focus was on the Sino-German Master’s Programme in Marine Sciences offering Chinese and German students a

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Capacity Building Support in Fisheries Starting in 2005, the ZMT developed a combined degree and diploma course in fisheries in cooperation with the University of Vudal and the College of Fisheries in Kavieng, Papua New Guinea. The project is funded by the German Development Agency GTZ. The first three years of the project were used to develop and implement a curriculum for fisheries at the college to train students especially for the fishing industry and its administration. The programme ended in 2008, but a fellowship programme followed in 2009. It aims at strengthening the teaching capacities in Papua New Guinea by funding two full scholarships for candidates from the country to join the ISATEC Course offered by the ZMT at the University of Bremen. The programme at Vudal University is well-established with 15 diploma and 15 bachelor students graduating annually. Sandwich Programme with the Indonesian Bogor Agricultural University In cooperation with Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) the ZMT jointly developed a bilateral sandwich master’s programme with the aim of intensifying its international collaboration in the education of students and young scientists. The international sandwich programme was established by IPB to increase the number of highly-qualified young scientists who

will become actively involved in the management of coral reefs. This development of capacity is in line with the requirements of human resources to assess the potential of the Indonesian marine and coastal resources. It aims at broadening the knowledge base of participants and at familiarising them with working in an international academic environment. The overall programme was designed to be completed in 4 semesters, including a se-

mester overseas (study abroad programme) participating in lectures and courses at the ZMT and the University of Bremen. Within this framework, IPB has already sent 20 students to attend special courses at the ZMT for four months (October 2009 - February 2010), i.e. courses covering themes regarding marine research, as well as scientific soft skills.

Transfer Mangrove Rehabilitation in the Gulf of Kutch, Gujarat, India The Gujarat Forestry Development Project’s objective is to restore degraded forests in India and thereby improve the livelihood of the communities who are dependent on forests and their resources. Local people are to be empowered by promoting sustainable forest management including Joint Forest Management plantation and community development. As part of the overall project, an area of 15,000 ha on the northern coast of the State of Gujarat is in the process of being rehabilitated with mangroves. The project is being financed by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (giz). Since 2009 the ZMT

has been involved in the project with the objective of advising the forest department in these activities. Although there are no accepted silvicultural practices for mangroves established anywhere in the world, the ZMT has given advice in order to improve mangrove rehabilitation keeping an ecosystem concept in mind. Among others, recommendations include the implementation of a large-scale monitoring programme to improve planting techniques, an associated research plan to improve the rehabilitation effort, the increase of the mangrove biodiversity in the rehabilitated areas in order to enhance their stability, and the thinning of mangroves at certain intervals to improve their growth.

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Cooperation with International Organisations and Programmes ICSU-SCOR The director of the ZMT chairs the Capacity Building Committee of SCOR (Scientific Committee on Ocean Research) and contributed to the development of its strategy related to the establishment of regional graduate schools of oceanography and SCOR visiting scholars. The SCOR Capacity Building Committee meeting in Shanghai in 2009 devoted its attention to capacity building in the Afro-Asian region. The ZMT was involved in the organisation of the meeting, which was attended by the ZMT’s partners in its current and planned projects in China, Indonesia, Namibia and Tanzania. This strategy will allow the ZMT and its partners to make the best use of their bilateral projects to contribute to capacity building in these regions. In 2010, the ZMT together with SCOR organised an international conference of organisations focusing on capacity building in marine research. The aim was to exchange information on ongoing capacity building initiatives and to explore possibilities of coordinating at least some of these activities. The ZMT’s scientists continued to contribute to activities within the SCOR working group on hypoxia (SCOR WG 128). The project is being wound up with a final publication. NAM S&T CENTRE The ZMT continued to work with the NAM S&T Centre by hosting short-term fellows from developing countries under the joint NAM S&T ZMT Fellowship Programme initiated in 2007. Fellows from Vietnam, Iran, Myanmar and Sri Lanka realised a research stay at the ZMT. IOI GERMAN OPERATIONAL CENTRE The ZMT hosts the German Operational Centre of the IOI (International Ocean Institute). It is headed by a member of its staff, Dr. Werner Ekau. Since 2004 he has been chairing the group of Operational Centre directors and representing them in the IOI’s Executive Committee and Governing Board. As a member of the IOI network, the Operational Centre contributes to the development of network-wide projects to enhance a sustainable coastal management, create awareness for ocean problems and support programmes that strengthen the role and

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possibilities of underprivileged groups in coastal communities, such as the programme “Women, Youth and the Sea”. Within this context, IOI Germany participated in the evaluation of the EU Programme for Integrated Coastal Zone Management and developed together with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (giz) a study programme in “coastal fisheries” in Papua New Guinea (see under Capacity Building). IOC-UNESCO The ZMT regularly cooperates with IOCWESTPAC, UNESCO-IOC’s Regional Office in Southeast Asia in Bangkok. A new working group on “Coral Reefs in the Southeast Asia Region” was established with support from IOC-WESTPAC. The ZMT’s partners in projects located in Indonesia, China and Vietnam are members of the working group and contribute their expertise and results. At the 50th Anniversary Meeting of the IOC General Assembly in Paris in June 2009, the director of the ZMT was invited to deliver the Panikkar Memorial Lecture and was awarded the first N. K. Panikkar Medal. In 2010, Dr. Werner Ekau participated in the IOC/UNESCO – IUCN – NOAA Consultative Committee Meeting on Large Marine Ecosystems (LME), which takes place every year to monitor the existing LME projects funded by the Global Environmental Facilities in order to develop management systems. He is also a member of the Working Group on LME Best Practices, a joint working group of experts from IOC, NOAA, IUCN and ICES to discuss lessons learnt from the LME projects, especially focusing on capacity development. IGBP-LOICZ and IMBER Social Scientist Dr. Marion Glaser of the ZMT is a member of the Scientific Steering Committee of the IHDP-IGBP Programme: Land-Ocean Interaction in the Coastal Zone (LOICZ), with special responsibility for the LOICZ priority topic 1 (Social Ecological Systems Analysis). She took part in a synthesis workshop on initial results. A synthesis volume is being prepared, focusing on the social dimension in coastal and marine management. The ZMT also participates in the GENUS project which is initiated as a German contribution to IGBP-IMBER.

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In addition to maintaining a smoothly running laboratory with high-quality sample analysis at the ZMT in Bremen, the technicians supported the sampling campaigns of several ship- and land-based expeditions, e.g. to the Sundarban mangroves and to the upwelling regions off the coast of Namibia, as well as a diverse array of on-site analyses of samples in several countries. In 2009 and 2010, the work in the chemical and biological laboratory was devoted mainly to the analyses of samples collected in the projects SPICE, LANCET and GENUS, as well as a number of smaller projects like BIOVIBEN. Many guest scientists visited the ZMT and valued the assistance and training received from the technicians to advance their research. The technicians also supported the analytical needs of students from many different countries, including Germany, to complete their master theses and dissertations at the University of Bremen under the supervision of the ZMT’s scientists. The expansion of the annex building provides space for laboratory facilities furnished with basic equipment such as a temperaturecontrolled room, a clean bench, fume hoods and an autoclave to support a variety of future research work. The microscopic facilities were expanded and 2 double-beam spectrophotometres for e.g. enzyme studies and equipment to prepare biological samples for fatty acid analysis were purchased. A brand new TOC-TDNb analyser from Shimadzu was acquired for the chemistry laboratory for the analysis of dissolved inorganic carbon,

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dissolved organic carbon and total bound nitrogen. MAREE (Marine Experimental Ecology Facility) The experimental facility MAREE also gained additional capacity in the new annex building. This makes it the largest tropical marine laboratory in Germany. The new extended facility comprises around 130m² and, besides the main experimental aquatic laboratory area, it offers four additional rooms including a separated algae culture unit and a room for physiological respiration experiments. In the new facility, temperature and humidity are regulated by a sophisticated airconditioning system with low energydemand. Two large seawater reservoirs (in total 70,000 litres) are filled with natural seawater to help create near-coastal conditions. In 2010 the first aquarium systems were put into service, a complex process because the high water-quality of pristine tropical reefs has to be mimicked in a relatively small water volume. Finally, in 2010 many of the cultivated organisms moved to the new facility, e.g. into a 3000 litre aquarium system to breed the clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris as part of the ILAR project. The limits of the filtration and other technical systems in the MAREE were tested in a 15,000 litre mesocosm. Field equipment was also tested in the mesocosm to ensure its working condition for performing reliable measurements before the devices were deployed in numerous research locations.

Library The scientific library of the ZMT mainly serves as a reference library for the ZMT staff members. The main focus of the library collection is on ecology, marine ecosystems, fisheries biology, coastal management, biogeochemistry, and social sciences. The collection consists of around 4000 monographs and 100 running metres of periodical volumes. The ZMT currently subscribes to about 25 printed scientific journals. Beyond that, it has extended its range of online journals and databases, partially enabled via national licenses funded by the DFG. A new online-catalogue (OPAC) was established, which can be accessed via the internet to browse the complete collection

of the ZMT library. Also, the library stock is now associated with the Interlibrary Loan Programme. The library collaborates with other libraries and is a member of numerous associations, like the Common Library Network (GBV), the German Association of Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers (GAMSLIC/AMB), the European Association of Aquatic Sciences Libraries and Information Centres (EURASLIC) and the International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers (IAMSLIC). Its members exchange information and provide mutual support in meeting requests for literature from library users.

Electronic Data Processing and Data Management With the recruitment of two new staff members specialised in administration and databases, a new IT team was assembled which started developing new concepts for the ZMT’s IT services. Plans were made for the servers to be transferred onto a new site by means of virtualisation. At the same time

a new intranet was designed, which supports the cooperation of the staff members by means of different integrated collaborative systems. In addition, the intranet has an interface to a database system with which administration data, as well as research data can easily be stored and evaluated.

Public Relations The ZMT regularly supplied information to online scientific news services, such as the idw, and handled requests from the media for expert information on projects and current events in science that are related to disciplines represented by the ZMT scientists. Media interest mainly focused on the discovery of a new giant clam species in the Red Sea and on the results of the SPICE project, which were presented at the World Ocean Conference in Indonesia, on the research on reef resilience to disturbances, the socioeconomic research in the SPICE project, and on the experts’ outlook on the impacts of the oil spill catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico. Demands from the media for the ZMT’s expertise and broadcasts with the ZMT’s participation increased substantially in 2010.

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The ZMT contributed to a variety of public events jointly with other institutions, e.g. an exhibition on sea-level rise at the Bremen House of Science, one on climate change in the State Museum Oldenburg, as well as the exhibition on climate archives on the occasion of the Day of German Unity. Guided tours of the ZMT, workshops and a programme for “Future Day” were organised for pupils from Bremen schools. Scientific staff members from the ZMT were invited to museums, the House of Science in Bremen and other institutions to give talks to a general public

or take part in panel discussions on subjects concerning marine environmental problems. The website of the ZMT was newly designed and structured on the basis of a new user-friendly content management system. The relevant members of the staff underwent training in system maintenance. A new ZMT leaflet and a project flyer (SPICE II) were issued, as well as publications in cooperation with other institutions, like the brochure “Marine Technology – Research and Transfer” from the Nordwest-Verbund Meeresforschung.

Administration Staff development In 2009, the ZMT filled the positions of head of laboratories and director’s assistant, as well as positions in the library (librarian), the IT services sector (database specialist) and the administration (personnel administration / accounts). The total number of full time positions at ZMT is now 57 and includes 72 persons. Infrastructure Since 2009, the ZMT has been funded within the Leibniz system. The funds were allocated to develop planned departments and to ex-

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pand infrastructure facilities, especially for upgrading the facilities of biological and chemical laboratories both in space and equipment. The increasing demand for work space was met by constructing a three-story extension to the annex, which was completed in early 2010. With the new building, the ZMT has an extra laboratory and office space of 150 m2 . Yet, a long-term solution for the accommodation of future staff still needs to be developed after the requirements of office and laboratory space for the new Professors and their groups can be more reliably assessed.

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(Ariidae) in a tropical semi-arid estuary. Journal of Fish Biology, 76, pp. 2540-2557, DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2010.02646.x. Diele, K., Koch, V. (2010) Growth and mortality of the exploited mangrove crab Ucides cordatus (Ucididae) in N-Brazil. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 395, pp. 171-180, DOI 10.1016/j.jembe.2010.08.029. Doncel, O., Paramo, J. (2010) Hábitos alimenticios del pargo rayado, Lutjanus synargis (Perciformes: Lutjanidae), en la zone norte del Caribe colombiano. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research, 38 (3), pp. 413-426, DOI 10.3856/vol38-issue3-fulltext-6. Ekau, W., Auel, H., Pörtner, H.-O., Gilbert, D. (2010) Impacts of hypoxia on the structure and processes in the pelagic communities (zooplankton, macro-invertebrates and fish). Biogeosciences, 7, pp. 1669-1699, DOI 10.5194/bg-7-1669-2010. Espinoza-Tenorio, A., Montaño-Moctezuma, G., Espejel, I. (2010) Ecosystembased analysis of a marine protected area where fisheries and protected species coexist. Environmental Management, 45, pp. 739-750, DOI 10.1007/s00267-010-9451-0. Ferse, S. C. A. (2010) Poor performance of corals transplanted onto substrates of short durability. Restoration Ecology, 18 (4), pp. 399-407, DOI 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00682.x. Ferse S. C. A., Kunzmann, A. (2009) Effects of concrete-bamboo cages on coral fragments: evaluation of a low-tech method used in artisanal ocean-based coral farming. Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 21, pp. 31-49, DOI 10.1080/10454430802694538. Ferse, S., Máñez Costa, M., Schwerdtner Máñez, K., Adhuri, D. S., Glaser, M. (2010) Allies, not aliens – increasing the role of local communities in marine protected area implementation. Environmental Conservation, 37, pp. 23-34, DOI 10.1017/S0376892910000172. Flitner, M. (2009) “Nous sommes une poubelle…”: Echelles de reconnaissance et engagement de la société civile. Annales de Géographie, 668 (4), pp. 397-413, Fox, S. E., Teichberg, M., Olsen, Y. S., Heffner, L., Valiela, I. (2009) Restructuring of benthic communities in eutrophic

Publications estuaries: lower abundance of prey leads to trophic shifts from omnivory to grazing. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 380, pp. 43-57, DOI 10.3354/meps07917. Fredersdorf, J., Müller, R., Becker, S., Wiencke, C., Bischof, K. (2009) Interactive effects of radiation, temperature and salinity on different life history stages of the Arctic kelp Alaria esculenta (Phaeophyceae). Oecologia, 160 (3), pp. 483-492, DOI 10.1007/s00442-009-1326-9. Garrelts, H., Flitner, M. (2010) Governance issues in the ecosystem approach: what lessons from the Forest Stewardship Council? European Journal of Forest Research, 130 (3), pp. 395-405, DOI 10.1007/s10342-009-0350-y. Giarrizzo, T., Krumme, U. (2009) Temporal patterns in the occurrence of selected tropical fish to mangrove creeks: implication for the fisheries management in north Brazil. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 52 (3), pp. 679-687, DOI 10.1590/S1516-89132009000300020. Giarrizzo, T., Krumme, U., Wosniok, W. (2010) Size-structured migration and feeding patterns in the banded puffer fish Colomesus psittacus (Tetraodontidae) from north Brazilian mangrove creeks. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 419, pp. 157-170, DOI 10.3354/meps08852. Glaeser, B., Glaser, M. (2010) Global change and coastal threats: The Indonesian case. Human Ecology Review, 17(2), pp. 135-147. Glaser, M., Baitoningsih, W., Ferse, S., Neil, M., Deswandi, R. (2010) Whose sustainability? Top-down participation and emergent rules in marine protected area management in Indonesia. Marine Policy, 34, pp. 1215-1225, DOI 10.1016/j.marpol.2010.04.006. Glaser, M., Radjawali, I., Ferse, S., Glaeser, B. (2010) “Nested” participation in hierarchical societies? Lessons for socio-ecological research and management. International Journal of Society Systems Science, 2 (4), pp. 390-414, DOI 10.1504/IJSSS.2010.035571. Guimarãres, J. T. E., Cohen, M. C. L., Franca, M. C., Lara, R. J., Behling, H. (2010) Model of Wetland development of the Amapá coast during the late Holocene. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Cièncias, 82 (2), 1-15, DOI 10.1590/S0001-37652010000200021.

Haas, A. F., Jantzen, C., Naumann, M. S., Iglesias-Prieto, R., Wild, C. (2010) Organic matter release by the dominant primary producers in a Caribbean reef lagoon: implication for in situ O2 availability. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 409, pp. 27-39, DOI 10.3354/meps08631. Herbeck, L., Cortes, J., Wolff, M. (2009) Growth dynamics and state of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum in the Gandoca-Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge, Caribbean, Costa Rica. Revista de Biología Tropical, 57 (Suppl. 1), pp. 187-201. Humborg, C., Mörth, C. M., Sundbohm, M., Borg, H., Blencker, T., Giesler, R., Ittekkot, V. (2009) CO2 supersaturation along the aquatic conduit in Swedish watersheds as constrained by terrestrial respiration, aquatic respiration and weathering. Global Change Biology, 16 (7), 1966-1978, DOI 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.02092.x. Ibáñez, C., Keyl, F. (2010) Cannibalism in Cephalopods. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 20 (1), pp. 123-136, DOI 10.1007/s11160-009-9129-y. Jantzen, C., Wild, C., Rasheed, M., El-Zibdah, M., Richter, C. (2010) Enhanced porewater nutrient fluxes by the upside-down jellyfish Cassiopea sp. in a Red Sea coral reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 411, pp. 117-125, DOI 10.3354/meps08623. Knittweis, L., Jompa, J., Richter, C., Wolff, M. (2009) Population dynamics of the mushroom coral Heliofungia actiniformis in the Spermonde archipelago, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coral Reefs, 28, pp. 793-804, DOI 10.1007/s00338-009-0513-9. Knittweis, L., Wolff, M. (2010) Live coral trade impacts on the mushroom coral Heliofungia actiniformis in Indonesia: potential future management approaches. Biological Conservation, 143 (11), pp. 2722-2729, DOI 10.1016/j.biocon.2010.07.019. Kopprio, G. A., Freije, R. H., Strüssmann, C. A., Kattner, G., Hoffmeyer, M. S., Popovich, C. A., Lara, R. J. (2010) Vulnerability of pejerrey Odontesthes bonariensis populations to climate change in pampean lakes of Argentina. Journal of Fish Biology, 77 (8), pp. 1856-1866, DOI 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2010.02750.x. Kreiner, A., Stenevik, E. K., Ekau, W. (2009) Sardine Sardinops sagax and anchovy Engraulis encrasicolus larvae avoid regions

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with low dissolved oxygen concentration in the northern Benguela Current system. Journal of Fish Biology, 74, pp. 270-277, DOI 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2008.02124.x. Krück, N. C., Chargulaf, C. A., Saint-Paul, U., Tibbetts, I. R. (2009) Early post-settlement habitat and diet shifts and the nursery function of tidepools during sillago recruitment in Moreton Bay, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 384, pp. 207-219, DOI 10.3354/meps07992. Krumme, U., Zheng Y., Wang, T. (2010) A cheap and rapidly built bottom water sampler for shallow-water environments. Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution, 7 (4), pp. 117-120. Lai-Phu, H., Blome, D., Thanh, N. V., SaintPaul, U. (2009) Five new species of the genus Leptolaimoides Vitiello, 1971 (Nematoda: Leptolaimidae) from Can Gio mangrove biosphere reserve, Vietnam. Russian Journal of Nematology, 17 (1), pp. 17-30. Lara, R. J. (2010) Book review: N. Saintilan (ed.): Australian saltmarsh ecology. CSIRO Publishing, 2009, 248 pp. http://www.publish.csiro.au/nid/20/pid 6008.htm. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 18, pp. 107–110, DOI 10.1007/s11273-009-9152-8. Lara, R. J., Alder, V., Franzosi, C. A., Kattner, G. (2010) Characteristics of suspended organic matter in the southwestern Atlantic: influence of temperature, nutrient and phytoplankton features on stable isotope signature. Journal of Marine Systems, 79 (1-2), pp. 199-209, DOI 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2009.09.002. Lara, R. J., Cohen, M. C. L. (2009) Palaeolimnological studies and ancient maps confirm secular climate fluctuations in Amazonia. Climatic Change, 94, pp. 399-408, DOI 10.1007/s10584-008-9507-9. Lara, R. J., Neogi, S. B., Islam, M. S., Mahmud, Z. H., Yamasaki, S., Nair, G. B. (2009) Influence of catastrophic climatic events and human waste on vibrio distribution in the Karnaphuli Estuary, Bangladesh. EcoHealth, 6, pp. 279–286, DOI 10.1007/s10393-009-0257-6. Levin, L. A., Ekau, W., Gooday, A. J., Jorissen, F., Middelburg, J., Naqvi, W., Neira, C., Rabalais, N. N., Zhang, J. (2009) Effects of natural and human-induced hypoxia on coastal benthos. Biogeosciences, 6, pp. 2063-2098, DOI 10.5194/bg-6-2063-2009.

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Meyer K. M., Jopp, F., Münkemüller, T., Reuter, H., Schiffers, K. (2010) Crossing scales in ecology. Basic and Applied Ecology, 11, pp. 561-562, DOI 10.1016/j.baae.2010.08.003. Michler-Cieluch, T., Krause, G., Buck, B. H. (2009) Marine aquaculture within offshore wind farms: social aspects of multiple-use planning. GAIA, 18 (2), pp. 158-162. Michler-Cieluch, T., Krause, G., Buck, B. H. (2009) Reflections on integrating operation and maintenance activities of offshore wind farms and mariculture. Ocean and Coastal Management, 52, pp. 57-68, DOI 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2008.09.008. Middelhoff, U., Reuter, H., Breckling, B. (2009) GeneTraMP, a spatio-temporal model of the dispersal and persistence of transgenes in feral, volunteer and crop plants of oilseed rape and related species. Ecological Indicatiors, 11 (4), pp. 474-988, DOI 10.1016/j.ecolind.2009.03.006. Mohtadi, M; Steinke, S., Groeneveld, J., Fink, H. G., Rixen, T., Hebbeln, D., Donner, B., Herunadi, B. (2009) Low-latitude control on seasonal and interannual changes in planktonic foraminiferal flux and shell geochemistry off south Java: a sediment trap study. Paleoceanography, 24, pp. PA1201, DOI 10.1029/2008PA001636. Moreno, F., Acevedo, K., Grijalba-Bendeck, M., Acero, A., Paramo, J. (2010) Reproducción de la raya eléctrica Narcine bancroftii (Torpediniformes: Narcinidae) en Santa Marta, Caribe colombiano. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research, 38 (1), pp. 27-36. Müller, R., Wiencke, C., Bischof, K., Krock, B. (2009) Zoospores of three Arctic Laminariales under different UV radiation and temperature conditions: exceptional spectral absorbance properties and lack of phlorotannin induction. Photochemistry & Photobiology, 85 (4), pp. 970-977. Nagelkerken, I., Velde, G. van der, Wartenbergh, S. L. J., Nugues, M. M., Pratchett, M. S. (2009) Cryptic dietary components reduce dietary overlap among sympatric butterflyfishes (Chaetodontidae). Journal of Fish Biology, 75, pp. 1123-1143, DOI 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2009.02303.x. Naumann, M. S., Mayr, C., Struck, U., Wild, C. (2010) Coral mucus stable isotope composition and labeling: experimental evidence for mucus uptake by epizoic

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Ardli, E. R., Wolff, M. (2009) Land use and land cover change affecting habitat distribution in the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia. In: Jennerjahn, T. C., Yuwono, E., eds. Segara Anakan, Java, Indonesia, a mangrove-fringed coastal lagoon affected by human acitivities. Regional Environmental Change, 9 (4, Special Issue), pp. 235-243. Auel, H., Jennerjahn, T. C., Salita, J. (2009) Tropical aquatic ecosystems – from large to small. In: Wolff, M., ed. Tropical waters and their living resources: ecology, assessment and management. Hauschild, Bremen, pp. 24-45, ISBN 9783897574595. Barletta, M., Saint-Paul, U. (2010) Distribution pattern of fish in a mangrove estuary. In: Saint-Paul, U., Schneider, H.,

eds. Mangrove dynamics and management in north Brazil. Ecological Studies, 211. Springer, Berlin, pp. 171-188, ISBN 9783642134562. Barletta-Bergan, A. (2010) An evaluation of the larval fish assemblage. In: Saint-Paul, U., Schneider, H., eds. Mangrove dynamics and management in north Brazil. Ecological Studies, 211. Springer, Berlin, pp. 209-220, ISBN 9783642134562. Behling, H., Cohen, M., Lara, R. J., Vedel, V. (2010) Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction. In: Saint-Paul, U., Schneider, H., eds. Mangrove dynamics and management in north Brazil. Ecological Studies, 211. Springer, Berlin, pp. 35-44, ISBN 9783642134562.

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Kunzmann, A., Bröhl, S. (2010) Ein Felsblock von Steinfisch – Physiologische Experimente mit dem Echten Steinfisch (Synanceia verrucosa). Koralle, 61 (11,1), pp. 66-68. Rick, S., Wille, A., Steinbach, A. (2010) Determining saccharidic tracers in atmospheric aerosols. LCGC Europe, The Applications Book, Environmental, 10, pp. 11-14. Rick, S., Wille, A., Steinbach, A. (2010) Determining saccharidic tracers in atmospheric aerosols. LCGC Asia Paficic, Application Note, 9, pp. 2 - 6. Rick, S., Wille, A., Steinbach, A. (2010) Determining saccharidic tracers in atmospheric aerosols. LCGC North America, The Application Notebook (Biological), 10, pp. 18 -21.

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Lectures Baum, A. The role of oxygen for ecosystem functioning. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 13 May 2009 Bischof, K. Succession patterns of turf algal communities in a Caribbean coral reef. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Physiological responses of tropical reef macroalgae to nutrient enrichment along a reef slope. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Feeding status of scleractinian corals may alleviate thermal stress on photosynthesis of symbiotic zooxanthellae. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Antioxidative strategies of the intertidal green macroalga Ulva prolifera L. to different UV-B irradiances. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Borell, E. Eat well and be healthy – coral feeding and thermol resistance of the scleractinian symbiosis. 3rd Public Core Mini-Symposium on Ecological and Biogeochemical Coral Reef Research, Munich, 4 May 2009 Feeding status of scleractinian corals may alleviate thermal stress on photosynthesis of symbiotic zooxanthellae. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Deswandi, R. On the co-evolution of institutions: understanding institutions’ emergence, persistence, and change in Spermonde archipelago. International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socio-ecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 -15 Apr 2010 Diele, K. Effects of industrial pollution on benthic organisms and biodiversity in tropical estuaries. Leibniz Association, Berlin, 7 Oct 2010 Dsikowitzky, L. Overview of the Chinese-German collaboration project LANCET. 2nd LANCET work-

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shop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 6 Mar 2010 Auswirkungen industrieller Schadstoffe auf benthische Organismen und Biodiversität tropischer Ästuare. Presentation of SAW development plan, Leibniz Association, Berlin, 7 Oct 2010 Ekau, W. A change in larval fish community of the Northern Benguela induced by the extension of the oxygen minimum layer. Meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists & Herpetologists, Portland, Oregon, 26 July 2009 Capacity building in ocean governance and marine resource management – a neverending task. International conference “50 years of education and awarenessraising for shaping the future of the oceans and coasts”, Russian State Hydrometeorological University, St. Petersburg, Russia, 28 Apr 2010 Capacity building in ocean governance and marine resource management – a neverending task. 12th IOC/UNESCO-IUCNNOAA, Consultative Meeting on Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs), Paris, 8 July 2010 Outlook on GENUS II. Benguela Current Commission Meeting, Swakopmund, Namibia, 13 Oct 2010 Ferse, S. Linking people and coral reefs – how realistic are sustainable alternatives? 3rd Public Core Mini-Symposium on Ecological and Biogeochemical Coral Reef Research, Munich, 4 May 2009 Multivariate similarity of fish communities – a potential indicator of reef recovery? PhD and Post-Doc Minisymposium on Coral Reefs, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Bremen, Germany, 14 -15 Sept 2009 Coral reef restoration – background and approaches (invited talk). Training workshop on coral transplantation, North Sulawesi Fisheries Department (DKP SulUt), Manado, Indonesia, 13 Nov 2009 Coastal management in Indonesia – some issues and challenges. IPB, Bogor, Indonesia, 8 Jan 2010 Analysis of coastal social-ecological systems in the frame of the SPICE program (invited

Lectures talk). University of Borneo, Indonesia, 4 Feb 2010 Trends in coastal resource use in the Spermonde Archipelago. International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socioecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 Apr 2010 Untying the Gordian Knot? Challenges and approaches in marine coastal resource management and research in Indonesia (invited talk). Keynote at Young marine research: Diversity and similarities. 1. German Young Marine Scientist Meeting, ZMAW Hamburg, Germany, 12 June 2010 On reef exploration and livelihoods. SPICE cluster 6 final workshop “People, reefs and fish in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi”, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, 24 Nov 2010 Ferse, S., Glaser, M., Radjawali, I., Glaeser, B. “Nested” participation in hierarchical societies? Lessons for social-ecological research and management. International Symposium on Small Islands and Coral Reefs, Ambon, Indonesia, 5 Aug 2010 Ferse, S., Knittweis, L., Maddusila, A., Krause, G., Glaser, M. Livelihood diversity of ornamental fishermen – implications for management of an emergent fishery in South Sulawesi/ Indonesia. European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 15 Dec 2010 Ferse, S., Maddusila, A., Husain, S., Glaser, M. Integrated mariculture as livelihood option for coastal communities: investigating the potential for coral reef resource users in Spermonde/South Sulawesi, Indonesia. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate Change Impacts to Oceans and the Role of Oceans to Climate Change”, Manado, Indonesia, 14 May 2009 Ferse, S., Schwerdtner Máñez, K., Kunzmann, A. Gems of the sea – assessing the economic potential of ornamental coral reef fishes. 11th annual meeting of the International

Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), University of Oldenburg, 24 Aug 2010 Baitoningsih, W., Ferse, S., Glaser, M., Neil, M., Deswandi, R. Whose sustainability? Top-down participation and emergent rules in marine protected area management in Indonesia. International Symposium on Small Islands and Coral Reefs, Ambon, Indonesia, 4 Aug 2010 Flitner, M. Social-ecological research and nodal governance. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 13 May 2009 Fredersdorf, J. Antioxidative strategies of the intertidal green macroalga Ulva prolifera L. to different UV-B irradiances. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Fricke, A. Succession patterns of turf algal communities in a Caribbean coral reef. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Physiological responses of tropical reef macroalgae to nutrient enrichment along a reef slope. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Epiphytic algae on the brown macrophyte Lobophora variegata along a depth gradient in a Caribbean coral reef. European Marine Biological Symposia, EMBS, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, 22 -17 Aug 2010 Glaser, M. Transdisciplinary multi-agent modelling for social-ecological systems analysis: achievements and potentials. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 13 May 2009 Social-ecological systems analysis for sustainable coastal futures. Colloquium on coastal management, IPB, Bogor, Indonesia, 8 Jan 2010 Understanding and implementing coastal and marine social-ecological system analysis. International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through

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Lectures multi-level social-ecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, Bogor, Indonesia, 15 Apr 2010 Workshop CeSIA: Nachhaltigkeitsforschung und Bewertung am Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie. Aufbau eines Leibniz Zentrums für nachhaltige Wirkungsmessung, Leibniz Centre for Sustainability Impact Assessment (CeSIA), Berlin, 4 Nov 2010 Research findings, policy recommendations and further research needs: People, reefs and fish in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi. Hasanuddin University, Makassar; WWF-TNC Joint Marine Program, Berau, Indonesia, 24 Nov 2010 Innovations and transformations in marine social-ecological systems: some initial thoughts.... Workshop “Innovation and transformation in marine social-ecological systems”, Cairns, Australia, 1 Dec 2010 Glaser, M., Ferse, S. Towards a stronger basis for coastal conservation. European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 15 Dec 2010 Glaser, M., Glaeser, B. Introduction to LOICZ priority topic 1 – social-ecological systems analysis. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009 “A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France 30 Jan 2009 Grote, B. Possible effects of climate change on the recruitment of Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus, Fish and Climate Change. The Fisheries Society of the British Isles Annual Symposium, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 27 July 2010 Herbeck, L. Amino acid and amino sugars as indicator for particulate organic matter quality and distribution in the Wenchang/Wenjiao rivers and estuary, Hainan, China: Seasonal changes and human impact. 2nd SinoGerman Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 6 -7 Mar 2010 Impacts of shrimp and fish pond effluents on the water quality in the coastal zone of Hainan, tropical China. 2nd Sino-German

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Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 6 -7 Mar 2010 Herbeck, L., Unger, D., Jennerjahn, T. Impacts of shrimp and fish pond effluents on coastal waters of Hainan, tropical China, traced by water quality and bio-indicators, Estuaries and Coasts in a Changing World, Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation 20th Biennial Conference, Portland, USA, 1- 5 Nov 2009 Herbon, C. Influence and importance of benthic food web on carbon and nutrient cycle. International workshop on progress and plan of SPICE cluster 2 phase II, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 25 Feb 2009 Hohn, S. Is coccolithophore calcification coupled to photosynthesis? Joint EPOCA, BIOACID and UKOARP meeting, Bremerhaven, 28 Sep 2010 Ittekkot, V. Capacity building activities under SCOR. Third SCOR Summit of International Marine Research Projects, Newark, Delaware, USA, 30 Mar 2009 Research on environmental issues related to tropical coastal systems. Chinese University of Geosciences, Wuhan, P.R. China, 15 Jan 2010 SPICE status. Interministerial meeting of the German Indonesian Cooperation, Berlin, 6-8 June 2010 Capacity building in marine science, IOC 50th anniversary celebration, Berlin, 6 Oct 2010 Keyl, F. On the biophysical tolerance of Dosidicus gigas. 5th International Symposium on Pacific Squid, CIBNOR, La Paz, Mexico, 13 Oct 2010 Size-at-maturity and population fecundity in marine animals. 5th International Symposium on Pacific Squid, CIBNOR, La Paz, Mexico, 14 Oct 2010 Klicpera, A., Hanebuth, T. J. J., Westphal, H. Microsampling of bivalve shells: a window into the past. Workshop – Paleoceanography of

Lectures Rio de la Plata and Atlantic Ocean; Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay, 4 Oct 2010 Klicpera, A., Nebelsick, J. Microfacies analysis and palaeoenvironmental evolution of latest Jurassic biogenic carbonates in the Molinos area (Tithonian, NE Spain). Sediment 2010, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, 25 -27 June 2010 Klicpera, A., Westphal, H. Geobiochemical investigations on large-shelled clams Retrotapes and Pitar (Bivalvia, Veneridae) sampled offshore Uruguay: Analyses of growth line periodicity and shell-geochemistry as useable tools for ecological reconstructions of paleoceanic parameters. 18th International Sedimentological Congress (ISC), Mendoza, Argentina, 26 Sep -1 Oct 2010 Kleinertz, S. Fish parasite diversity in Indonesian coastal ecosystems. Annual meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Parasitologie, Düsseldorf, 18 Mar 2010 Fish parasite diversity in Indonesia and its use as biological indicators. The XIIth International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA), Exhibition and Convention Centre Melbourne, Australia, 12 - 25 Aug 2010 Kopprio, G. A. Vulnerability of silverside (Odontesthes bonariensis) populations to climate change in Pampean Lakes of Argentina. Fish and Climate Change, The Fisheries Society of the British Isles Annual Symposium, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 27 July 2010 Krause, G. Global links and local roots. ICES Annual Science Conference “Synergies and conflicts of multiple uses of marine areas by using marine spatial planning”, Nantes, France, 20 -24 Sep 2010 Krumme, U. Status of the seagrass fish community in back-reef areas of East Hainan. 2Nd SinoGerman Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 7 Mar 2010

Influence of tides on mangroves and fishes. ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010 Mangrove dynamics and management in North Brazil. Universidad del Valle, Santa Marta, Colombia, 15 Oct 2010 Denkinger, J., Krutwa, A., Merlen G., Salazar, S. Distribution and abundance of cetaceans off the Ecuadorian continental coast and in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Galapagos Science Symposium, Santa Cruz, Galapagos, 20 -24 July 2009 Kunzmann, A. Physiological performance of giant clams in aquaculture (invited talk). World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 12 May 2009 Latest developments in ornamental aquaculture in ZMT: Improvement of water treatment (invited talk). IUI of the Hebrew University Jerusalem, Eilat, Israel, 14 Jan 2010 Lukas, M. Volcanic eruptions and the disappearance of the Segara Anakan Lagoon in South Java, Indonesia. International Ocean, Science and Policy Symposium at the World Ocean Conference 2009, Manado, Indonesia, 14 May 2009 Spatial pasts challenging present management. The Citanduy watershed on Java between colonial forestry and contemporary management. Conference Space, Movement and Place in Southeast Asia, University of California, Berkeley, 2 Apr 2010 “Himalayan degradation“ and the disappearing Segara Anagan Lagoon. Land use change and watershed management on Java, Indonesia. 11th annual meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), University of Oldenburg, 23 Aug 2010 Beyond the divide between “local” and “scientific” knowledge. The role of hybrid knowledge and networks for more inclusive and sustainable decision making. 11th annual meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), University of Oldenburg, 24 Aug 2010

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Lectures Nordhaus, I. Spatio-temporal variation of macrobenthic communities related to environmental conditions. International workshop on progress and plan of SPICE cluster 2 phase II, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 25 Feb 2009 Nordhaus, I., Diele, K., Dsikowitzky, L. Auswirkungen industrieller Schadstoffe auf benthische Organismen und Biodiversität tropischer Ästuare. Presentation of SAW development plan, Leibniz Association, Berlin, 7 Oct 2010 Nordhaus, I., Dsikowitzky, L., Geist,S., Hinrichs, S., Jennerjahn, T. Ecological status of a mangrove-fringed lagoon in SA Asia affected by human activities. Galapagos Science Symposium, Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, 21 July 2009 Nordhaus, I., Geist, S., Hinrichs, S., Dsikowitzky, L. Human impacts on a mangrove-fringed lagoon in Java: Consequences for tree and macrobenthic biodiversity. International Conference of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, 22 July 2010 Nugues, M. Life and death of coral reefs: The role of benthic algae. 3rd Public Core MiniSymposium on Ecological and Biogeochemical Coral Reef Research, Munich, 4 May 2009 Physiological responses of tropical reef macroalgae to nutrient enrichment along a reef slope. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 In situ characterisation of oxygen microenvironment in coral-algal interactions. European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 14 Dec 2010 Effects of grazer exclusion and nutrient enrichment on primary algal succession and settlement potential of the benthos for corals. European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 14 Dec 2010 Pribadi, T. Macroalga as nutrient bioabsorber. Seminar

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of Aquatic Ecology, University of Skövde, Sweden, 21-26 Nov 2010 Reuter, H. Coastal connectivity and management and potential modelling approaches. University of Eduardo Mondlane Maputo, Mozambique, 22 June 2010 Modelling D. gigas life-history & ecological function in the eastern Pacific Ocean. IMARPE, Lima, Peru, 10 Nov 2009 From organismic properties to community dynamics – The potential of agent-based models to represent and analyse ecological systems (invited talk). ICBM, Seminar Complex Systems and Modelling, Oldenburg, 8 Jan 2009 Reuter, H., Jopp, F. Ecological modeling in aquatic and terrestrial environments – How does the research object influence theory and practice? Annual meeting of the Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Giessen, 1 Sep 2010 B. Breckling, B., Reuter, H. A modelling approach to estimate regional dispersal processes: Case study on maize gene flow in Northern Germany, Annual Meeting of the Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Gießen, 1 Sep 2010 Rick, S. Determining the anhydrosugars levoglucosan, mannosan and galactosan in aerosols. 35th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques, Boston, USA, 19 - 24 June 2010 Determining the anhydrosugars levoglucosan, mannosan and galactosan in aerosols. 28th International Symposium on Chromatography, Valencia, Spain, 12 -16 June 2010 Determining the anhydrosugars levoglucosan, mannosan and galactosan in aerosols. 22nd International Ion Chromatography Symposium Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, 19 - 22 Sep 2010 Rixen, T. Corals and the Golfo de Papagayo co*cktail. University of Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica, 29 Apr 2009 Impact of land-sea fluxes from major rivers of

Lectures East Sumatra on coastal ecosystem health: pollutant loads, transport and fate. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 13 May 2009 The role of oxygen for ecosystem functioning. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 13 May 2009 Biogeochemical fluxes in the Indonesian Sea. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 13 May 2009 Monsoonal impacts on biogeochemical processes in the northern Indian Ocean. 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, 24 Feb 2010 Global change and the Indonesian seas. UNHA, Makassar, Indonesia, 9 Aug 2010 Some aspects of the carbon cycle within the Benguela upwelling system. Benguela Current Commission Meeting, Swakopmund, Namibia, 13 Oct 2010

Sawall, Y. Metabolism of the hermatypic coral Stylophora subsenata and its adaptive capacity under changing environmental conditions. World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change, Manado, Indonesia, 12 May 2009 Metabolic adaptations of the coral Porites lutea to various environmental conditions. The Second Asian Pacific Coral Reef Symposium, phu*ket, Thailand, 24 June 2010 Regional-, reef- and fine-scale variations in calcification, photosynthesis and nutritional status of the hermatypic coral Porites lutea. King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST), Thuwal, Saudi Arabia, 5 -10 Oct 2010

Roder, C. Resilience, potential and mechanisms of acclimatisation of corals. 3rd Public Core Mini-Symposium on Ecological and Biogeochemical Coral Reef Research, Munich, 4 May 2009 Field observation and preliminary notes on the status of NE-Hainan coral reefs. 2nd LANCET workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 6 Mar 2010 Coral reef research at the ZMT. ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010

Schultz, C. SPICE Program overall introduction. SPICE Program evaluation workshop, Jakarta, Indonesia, 21 Apr 2010 Proposed topics and preparations for the SPICE III Program. National SPICE II Meeting, Bremen, Germany, 14 Sept 2010 SPICE – an Indonesian-German initiative in earth system research. Status and perspectives. SPICE future Workshop, Bremen, Germany, 26 -29 Oct 2010

Saint-Paul, U. Perspective for mangrove management in Gujarat, rehabilitation vs. restoration (invited talk). Gujarat Forest Department. Gandhinagar, India, 28 Oct 2009 Lessons learnt from Can Gio for mangrove rehabilitation in India (invited talk). International Symposium on the Biodiversity associated with Mangrove Ecosystems in Southeast Asia, Hanoi, Vietnam, 18 May 2010 Perspectives for mangrove development in Gujarat (invited talk). Forest Department, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India, 7 Oct 2010

Schlüter, A. Flowers based on the honour system: A natural experiment about the influence on frameing. 11th annual meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), University of Oldenburg, 23 Aug 2010

Schwerdtner Máñez, K. The history of a disappearing lagoon. SPICE workshop, Indonesia, 25 Feb 2009 The missing link: how disappearing species change socio-ecological systems. Conference Oceans Past II, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 28 May 2009 The contribution of environmental history to fisheries management. University of Vigo, Department of Applied Economics, Vigo, Spain, 28 Mar 2010 The disappearing lagoon. International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socioecological analysis in the context of coastal

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Lectures and marine resources governance”, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 Apr 2010 Schwerdtner Máñez, K., Ferse, S. The history of Makassan trepang fishing and trade. Conference Oceans Past III: Stories from the sea – history of marine animal populations and their exploitation, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 19 Nov 2010 Spörl, G. Stable nitrogen and carbon isotope composition of suspended matter and sediments in a coastal lagoon affected by sugarcane monoculture in NE Brazil. Workshop, UFAL, Maceió, Brazil, 11 Mar 2009 Teichberg, M. Succession patterns of turf algal communities in a Caribbean coral reef. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -20 Sep 2009 Physiological responses of tropical reef macroalgae to nutrient enrichment along a reef slope. Botanists’ meeting, Leipzig, 6 -10 Sep 2009 Macroalgal blooms in temperate and tropical coastal waters: nutrient enrichment, grazing, and ecophysiological field experiments. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation 20th Biennial Conference, Portland, Oregon, 1- 5 Nov 2009 Unger, D. Introduction to the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology. ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010 Biogeochemical approaches in ZMT’s tropical marine ecology research. ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010 Unger, D., Kaiser, D., Haolang, Z., Yan, B., Tinghe, L., Peijian, D. The role of mangroves for biogeochemical fluxes into the coastal Beibu Gulf: process and first results. Guangzhou, P.R. China, 21 Oct 2010 Unger, D., Krupp, L., Jennerjahn, T. Impacts of shrimp and fish pond effluents on the water quality in the coastal zone of Hainan, tropical China. 2nd Sino-German Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 6 -7 Mar 2010

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Unger, D., Krupp, L., Li, M., Jennerjahn, T. Amino acid and amino sugars as indicator for particulate organic matter quality and distribution in the Wenchang/Wenjiao rivers and estuary, Hainan, China: seasonal changes and human impact. 2nd SinoGerman Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 6 -7 Mar 2010 Westhaus-Ekau, P. Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences; Delegation from the Guangxi Mangrove Research Center/Guangxi Marine Environmental and Coastal Wetland Research Center, Beihai, P.R. China, 23 Nov 2009 Implementation of the Sino-German initiative on marine sciences, 2004-2009. 3rd steering committee meeting of the Sino-German initiative on marine sciences, Beijing, P.R. China, 13 Jan 2010 Cooperation in marine sciences between Chinese institutions and the ZMT; visit of the delegation from the Embassy of the P.R. of China, Berlin, 26 Feb 2010 Implementation of the Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences 2004 - 2010; Visit of the delegation from the Ministry of Land and Resources and the State Oceanographic Administration, P.R. China, 6 July 2010 ZMT partners in marine research and education in China; Visit of the Delegation of the State Oceanic Administration (SOA), Beijing, 26 Oct 2010

Poster Presentations Glaser, M., Ferse, S., Socio-economic drivers in the coral reef fishery of Spermonde, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Ocean, Science and Policy Symposium at the World Ocean Conference 2009, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009

Herbon, C., Nordhaus, I., Sunco*ko, RA. Carbon and nitrogen flow through the benthic food web in the Segara Anakan Lagoon in Java, Indonesia. World Ocean Conference, Symposium of Indonesia – Germany SPICE program, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009

Glaser, M., Ferse, S., Neill, M. The governance and management of Indonesian coastal social-ecological systems. A cross-regional & interdisciplinary approach. International Ocean, Science and Policy Symposium at the World Ocean Conference 2009, Manado, Indonesia, 12 -14 May 2009

Hohn, S. Nonlinear model analysis of plankton growth and calcification of the PeECE -1 mesocosm experiment. Joint EPOCA, BIOACID and UKOARP meeting, Bremerhaven, 28 -30 Sep 2010 Evaluation of existing ecosystem models with regard to ocean acidification. Joint EPOCA, BIOACID and UKOARP meeting, Bremerhaven, 28 -30 Sep 2010

Glaser, M., Ferse, S., Schwerdtner Mañez, K. Trends in coral reef fisheries of the Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Ocean, Science and Policy Symposium at the World Ocean Conference 2009, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Glaser, M., Glaeser, B. Global change and coastal threats. The Indonesian case. Storm Surges Congress 2010, Hamburg, 11-16 Sep 2010 Herbeck, L., Unger, D., Krumme, U., Liu, S., Jennerjahn, T. Typhoon-induced changes in the biogeochemistry of a tropical estuary in Hainan, China. 24th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG), European Association of Organic Geochemists (EAOG), Bremen, 6 -11 Sep 2009 Herbeck, L., Unger, D., Wang, D., Jennerjahn, T. Impact of shrimp pond effluents on seagrass beds in tropical Hainan, China. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009 “A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France, 24 Jan -1 Feb 2009 Herbon, C., Nordhaus, I. Benthic food web structure in mangroves of Segara Anakan, Java, Indonesia. International Conference of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, 22 July 2010

Husain, S., Ferse, S., Glaser, M. Analysis of factors affecting resilience towards climate change on several islands in the Spermonde Archipelago, Sulawesi, Indonesia. Storm Surges Congress 2010, Hamburg, 13 -17 Sep 2010 Jänen, I., Jennerjahn, T., Adi, S., Wijanarko, D. A. Anthropogenic nutrient loading of the Brantas River affecting coastal water quality of the Madura Strait, Java, Indonesia. World Ocean Conference, Symposium of Indonesia – Germany SPICE program, Manado, Indonesia, 12 -14 May 2009 Jänen, I., Propp, C., Jennerjahn, T., Adi, S. Impact of the Sidoarjo mud volcano on the biogeochemistry of suspended particulate matter of the Brantas River estuary Java, Indonesia. 24th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG), European Association of Organic Geochemists (EAOG), Bremen, 6 -11 Sep 2009 Jennerjahn, T., Henkel, S., Soman, K., Padmalal, D., Herbeck, L., Unger, D., Ittekkot, V., Schulz, I., An, N. T., Adi, S., Wu, Y., Zhang, J. Anthropogenically altered landscapes affecting the biogeochemistry of river suspensions from tropical S and SE Asia. 24th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG), European Association of Organic

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Poster Presentations Geochemists (EAOG), Bremen, 6 -22 Sep 2009 Jessen, C., Stach, T., Wild, C. The effect of herbivory on benthic community composition and algal growth on a reef flat in the Red Sea. European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 13-17 Dec 2010 Kleinertz, S. Fish feeding ecology and parasite diversity in Indonesian waters. Jahrestagung Deutsche Gesellschaft für Parasitologie, Düsseldorf, 16 -20 Mar 2010 Fish parasite diversity in Indonesia and its use as biological indicators. The XIIth International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA), Melbourne, Australia, 15-20 Aug 2010

Lukas, M. Spatial terrestrial pasts challenging contemporary coastal zone management. The case of the disappearing Segarar Anakan Lagoon on Java, Indonesia. 1st conference of the graduate schools GLOMAR, ISOS, SICSS, University of Hamburg, 5 - 6 Oct 2010 Lukas, M., Schwerdtner Máñez, K. Understanding the past to manage the future: historical environmental and social changes in the Segara Anakan Lagoon. International Ocean, Science and Policy Symposium at the World Ocean Conference 2009, Manado, Indonesia, 12-14 May 2009

Krupp, L., Unger, D., Wang, D., Jennerjahn, T. Impact of shrimp pond effluents on seagrass beds in tropical Hainan, China. ASLO Aquatic Science Meeting, Nice, France, 25 -30 Jan 2009

Moll, R. Benthic recycling in the mangrove fringed Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia. The 2010 International Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Bali, Indonesia, 19-23 July 2010

Krupp, L., Unger, D., Krumme, U., Liu, S. M., Jennerjahn, T. Typhoon induced changes in the biogeochemistry of a tropical estuary in Hainan, China. International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG), Bremen, Germany, 6 -11 Sep 2009

Moll, R., Jennerjahn, T. Spatial variation in the carbon and nutrient biogeo-chemistry in the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia. World Ocean Conference, Symposium of Indonesia – Germany SPICE program, Manado, Indonesia, 11- 15 May 2009

Krutwa, A., Banks, S., Ruiz, D., Wolff, M. Subtidal benthic community structure and benthic succession in Floreana, Galapagos Marine Reserve. Galapagos Science Symposium, Santa Cruz, Galapagos, 20 -24 July 2009

Nordhaus, I., Pamungkas, J. Spatio-temporal variation of macrofauna and mangrove vegetation in Segara Anakan, Indonesia, affected by human activities. World Ocean Conference, Symposium of Indonesia – Germany SPICE program, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May .2009

Kubicek, A. Individual based modelling of coral reef system dynamics. 40. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Justus Liebig University Giessen, 30 Aug - 2 Sep 2010 Lara, R. Uncertain future of fish populations in Argentine coastal lakes: The impact of severe droughts and floods. International Symposium on Climate Change Effects on

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Ostmann, A., Nordhaus, I. Diversity and spatial variation of meiofauna in the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia. 14th International Meiofauna Conference, Ghent, Belgium, 11-16 July 2010 Nugues, M. Feeding impacts of herbivorous fishes on the brown alga Lobophora variegata: a speciesspecific approach along a depta gradient.

Poster Presentations European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 13 -19 Dec 2010 Propp, C., Jennerjahn, T., Jänen., I., Wijanarko, D. A. Benthic nutrient fluxes in the tropical Brantas River estuary and Madura Strait coastal waters (Java, Indonesia). ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009 “A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France, 24 Jan -1 Feb 2009 Propp, C., Jennerjahn, T., Wijanarko, D. A. Ammonium and oxygen fluxes across the sediment-water interface in the tropical Brantas River estuary and adjacent coastal waters (Java, Indonesia). World Ocean Conference, Symposium of Indonesia – Germany SPICE program, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009

Spörl, G., Jennerjahn, T. Stable nitrogen and carbon isotope composition of suspended matter and sediments in a coastal lagoon affected by sugarcane monoculture in NE Brazil. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009 “A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France, 24 Jan -1 Feb 2009 Unger, D., Herbeck, L., Lui, S. M., Wu, J., Jennerjahn, T. Human activities affecting composition and fluxes of nutrients and organic matter in two estuary systems in Hainan, China. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009 “ A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France, 24 Jan -1 Feb 2009

Rick, S. Determining the anhydrosugars levoglucosan, mannosan and galactosan in aerosols. 22nd International Ion Chromatography Symposium Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, 19-22 Sep 2010 Santoso, A. B., Jennerjahn, T. Temporal variation of dissolved and particulate organic carbon and dissolved inorganic nutrients in the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia. World Ocean Conference, Symposium of Indonesia – Germany SPICE program, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Schwerdtner Máñez, K. Socio-economic drivers in the coral reef fishery of Spermonde, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Ocean, Science and Policy Symposium at the World Ocean Conference 2009, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Socio-economic drivers in the coral reef fishery of Spermonde, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Conference Oceans Past II, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 25 May -1 June 2009 Trends in coral reef fisheries of the Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Conference Oceans Past II, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 25 May 1 - June 2009

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Events Events organized by the ZMT

Workshop: Inter-equatorial project on Dosidicus gigas, ZMT, 22 -23 June 2009 Workshop on a collaboration between the IMS and the ZMT in Bremen, ZMT, 6 -10 July 2009 5th Sino-German Summer School “The Coastal Zone and its Management”, Ocean University of China, Qindao, 20 -31 July 2009 SPICE evaluation workshop, ZMT, 9 Dec 2009 GENUS workshop, ZMT, 3 Mar 2010 Sino-German initiative on marine sciences, visit of the delegation of the Ocean University of China, ZMT, 28 May 2010 16th Meeting of the Joint Steering Committee on Cooperation in Marine Sciences and

Technology, ZMT, 6 July 2010 6th Sino-German Summer School “Response of Ocean Biogeochemistry to Global Change”, ZMT, 2 - 6 Aug 2010 Conference on developing a global strategy for capacity building in the ocean sciences, ZMT, 16 -18 Aug 2010 National SPICE future workshop, ZMT, 14 Sep 2010 SPICE bilateral cooperation presentation, visit of Indonesian Minister of Research and Technology, Suharna Surapranata, 23 Sep 2010 International SPICE future workshop, ZMT, 26 -29 Oct 2010

Guest lectures at the ZMT

Muhammad Neil, Center for Coral Reef Research, Makassar, Indonesia, Patron-client relations in a changing system: Spermonde Archipelago South Sulawesi, 7 Jan 2009 Germán Kopprio, UNS, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca, Argentina, Hydrology, plankton and nutrient dynamics of the coastal brackish Chasico Lake Argentina: current situation and past ENSO teleconnections, 12 Feb 2009 Lata Gawade, National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India, Towards understanding the biogeochemistry of coastal and estuarine systems: east coast of India, 17 Feb 2009 Dr. Anthony Hickey, University of Auckland, New Zealand, Report from latest results in fish physiological studies on the biochemical pathways in mitochondria, 4 May 2009 Dedi Supriadi Adhuri, LIPI, Jakarta, Indonesia, Conflict in decentralised Indonesian fishery: reconciling policy and reality, 7 July 2009 Arif Satria, LIPI, Jakarta, Indonesia, Typology of fisheries conflict in Indonesia – coastal governance in Indonesia, based on UU 27/2007, 7 July 2009 Dr. M. C. Badjeck, The World Fish Center, Penang, Malaysia, Climate change: research to meet the challenges facing fisheries and aquaculture, 15 July 2009 Dr. Aschwin Engelen, CCMAR, Faro, Portugal, Demographic matrix modeling of marine populations and communities under stress, 10 Aug 2009 Prof. Dr. Aimin Wang, Hainan University, Haikou, P.R. China, Coral reef and aquacul-

ture research in Hainan, China, 22 Feb 2010 Dr. Ehsan Kamrani, Hormozgan University, Dept. of Marine Biology, Islamic Republic of Iran, Mangroves and coral reefs of the Persian Gulf, 24 Feb 2010 Dr. Lan Smith, JAMSTEC, Japan, Untangling the effects of temperature and nutrient concentration on rates of nutrient uptake by phytoplankton in the ocean, 25 Mar 2010 Prof. Dr. Cheng Heqin, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine & Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, P.R. China, The sea level rise and land subsidence around the Yangtze Delta, 21 June 2010 Prof. Chen Xiaoyong, Vice-Director, College of Resources and Environments, East China Normal University, Shanghai, P.R. China, The ecological variation for the recent decade in the Yangtze, 21 June 2010 Dr. Zhang Guo An, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine & Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, P.R. China, The hydrographic change before and after the deep navigation channel construction in the Yangtze, 21 June 2010 Prof. Jin Liu, Consultant in Shanghai Waterway Survey and Design Institute and the National Oceanic Administration, East China Normal University, Shanghai, P.R. China, Problems between the human control of channel patterns and siltation release during the construction of deep navigation channel construction in the Yangtze Estuary, 21 June 2010

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Events Prof. Dr. A. L. Ramanathan, School of Environmental Science, Jawaharlal Nehru, University of New Delhi, India, Organic matter characteristics and sediment nutrient dynamics in the Pichavaram mangrove – estuarine complex, south-eastern India, 21 June 2010 Prof. Dr. Shihua Qi & Dr. Hongmei Wang, School of Environmental Studies, University of Geosciences, Wuhan, P.R. China, Overview presentation about the School of Environmental Studies and its research in Wuhan, P.R. China, 22 June 2010 Dr. Ingo Burghardt, Animal Evolution, Ecology & Biodivesity, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, “Solar-powered” opisthobranchs – a good model for a better understanding of coral

M. Birkicht Training: Safety at sea, INASEA, Cuxhaven, 29 Apr 2010 Seminar Feststoffanalytik, Hamburg, 16 Nov 2010 E. Borell Third core mini-symposium on ecological and biogeochemical coral reef research, Munich, 3 - 5 May 2009 C. Brandt Seminar für DIN-VDE-Bestimmungen, BEHAAmprobe GmbH, Glottertal, 20 -24 Apr 2009 Training: Rhinoceros CAD & CAM Software, Berlin, 28 June - 3 July 2009 D. Dasbach Training course: Strahlenschutz, Landesanstalt für Personendosimetrie (LPS), Berlin, 27 - 28 Jan 2010 R. Deswandi International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socio-ecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, IBP, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 -15 Apr 2010 K. Diele Workshop “Best practices in ocean acidifica-

Guest lectures at the ZMT

bleaching, 24 June 2010 Dr. Sisira Hapunthantri, Head of the Marine Biological Resources Division, Sri Lanka National Aquatic Resources Research & Development Agency, Sri Lanka, Marine fisheries in Sri Lanka, 16 Aug 2010 Dr. May Thu Naing, Mandalay Technological University, Mandalay, Myanmar, Probiotic bacteria and the research and fisheries situation in Myanmar, 10 Nov 2010 Natalie Loick-Wilde, Compound specific stable isotope analysis to determine nitrogen and carbon fluxes in marine ecology, 1 Dec 2010

Participation in events

tion research”, IFM Geomar, Kiel, 8 -12 Mar 2010 L. Dsikowitzky 2nd LANCET workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 4 -12 Mar 2010 S. Eickhoff Leibniz Association meeting, AK Presse, IfMGEOMAR, Kiel, 13 -14 May 2009 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Presse Nord, Hamburg, 9 Mar 2010 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Presse, Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, 8 -9 June 2010 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Presse, Kongresszentrum Düsseldorf/ Neuss, 24 Nov 2010 Annual conference “Wissenschaftskommunikation“, Mannheim, 29 Nov -1 Dec 2010 W. Ekau Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel, AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 Ocean governance and sustainable development workshop, Nonthaburi, Thailand, 6 -7 May 2009 World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 GENUS workshop: Modelling, IOW, Warnemünde, 24 June 2009

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Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists & Herpetologists, Portland, Oregon, 21-29 July 2009 International conference “50 years of education and awareness-raising for shaping the future of the oceans and coasts”, Russian State Hydrometeorological University, St. Petersburg, Russia, 27-30 Apr 2010 ICSU Visioning Open Forum “Grand challenges in global sustainability research: a systems approach to research priorities for the decade”, UNESCO, Paris, France, 21-22 June 2010 12th IOC/UNESCO-IUCN-NOAA consultative meeting on large marine ecosystems (LMEs), IOC/UNESCO, Paris, France, 5 -9 July 2010 33rd Pacem in Maribus (PIM) conference, Beijing, P.R. China, 2 - 4 Sep 2010 IOI governing board and steering committee meeting, Shanghai, P.R. China, 6 -7 Sep 2010 Press conference – First World Ocean Review, Hamburg, 18 Nov 2010 Seminar “Nachhaltige Zusammenarbeit mit Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern in Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung“, Berlin, 28 -30 Nov 2010 Benguela current commission meeting, Swakopmund, Namibia, 9 -17 Oct 2010 S. Ferse Third core mini-symposium on ecological and biogeochemical coral reef research, Munich, 3-5 May 2009 Proposal writing workshop, University of Wageningen, Netherlands, 29 June -1 July 2009 World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socio-ecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, IBP, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 -15 Apr 2010 International symposium on small islands and coral reefs, Ambon, Indonesia, 1-12 Aug 2010 11th annual meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), University of Oldenburg, 23-25 Aug 2010 Storm Surges Congress 2010, Hamburg, 13-17 Sep 2010 Conference “Oceans Past III: Stories from the

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sea – history of marine animal populations and their exploitation”, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 17-21 Nov 2010 SPICE cluster 6 final workshop “People, reefs and fish in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi”, Hasanuddin University, Makassar,Indonesia, WWF-TNC Joint Marine Program, Berau, Indonesia, 21 Nov - 4 Dec 2010 European meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 13 -17 Dec 2010 M. Flitner World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Envisioning 2050: “Climate change, aquaculture and fisheries in West Africa”, Dakar, Senegal, 12 -17 Apr 2010 A. Fricke European Marine Biological Symposia, EMBS, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, 22 - 27 Aug 2010 C. Fromm Training course: Open access repository of the Leibniz Association, Technische Informationsbibliothek, Hannover, 1 June 2010 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Bibliotheken und Informationseinrichtungen, Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Saarbrücken, 15 -17 Sep 2010 Annual conference of Arbeitsgemeinschaft Meereskundlicher Bibliotheken (AMB), IfM-GEOMAR, Kiel, 26 -27 Sep 2010 Training: Re-tooling our profession: new skills for today’s info pro, Initiative Fortbildung, Berlin, 2 -3 Dec 2010 S. Geist GENUS workshop: Modelling, IOW, Warnemünde, 24 June 2009 Training course: Fish larvae, BAH Helgoland, 6 -17 July 2009 Conference: Ökonomische Aspekte in der Fischproduktion, GMA, Büsum, 10 -11 June 2010 Cooperation meeting Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), Department Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries (DAFF), South Africa, 15 -18 Oct 2010

Events M. Glaser ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009. “A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France, 27-31 Jan 2009 Workshop: River health and people’s health, UNRI, Sumatra, Indonesia, 24 -25 Feb 2009 World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 The governance of marine social-ecological systems, Bonn, 29 - 30 May 2009 Colloquium on coastal management, IPB, Bogor, Indonesia, 8 Jan 2010 LOICZ Scientific Steering Committee, Chennai, India, 28 Feb - 9 Mar 2010 International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socio-ecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, IBP, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 -15 Apr 2010 Grand challenges in global sustainability research: a systems approach to research priorities for the decade, UNESCO, Paris, 21-23 June 2010 ISEE 2010 Conference “Advancing sustainability in a time of crisis”, Oldenburg, 24 Aug 2010 Storm Surges Congress 2010, Hamburg, 11-16 Sep 2010 FONA Conference “Forschung für Nachhaltigkeit“, FONA, Berlin, 3 Nov 2010 Workshop CeSIA: Aufbau eines Leibniz Zentrums für nachhaltige Wirkungsmessung, Leibniz Centre for Sustainability Impact Assessment (CeSIA), Berlin, 4 Nov 2010 SPICE cluster 6 final workshop “People, reefs and fish in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi”, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, WWF-TNC Joint Marine Program, Berau Indonesia, 18 -31 Nov 2010 Workshop “Innovation and transformation in marine social-ecological systems”, Cairns, Australia, 1-5 Dec 2010 European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 13-17 Dec 2010 B. Grote Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel,

AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 Fish and climate change, The Fisheries Society of the British Isles Annual Symposium, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 25 -30 July 2010 L. Herbeck 2nd Sino-German Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 5-9 Mar 2010 ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010

Participation in events

C. Herbon International workshop on progress and plan of SPICE cluster 2 phase II, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 25 Feb 2009 S. Hohn Joint EPOCA, BIOACID and UKOARP meeting, Bremerhaven, 28 -30 Sep 2010 V. Ittekkot Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel, AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 Third SCOR Summit of International Marine Research Projects, Newark, Delaware, USA, 30 Mar - Apr 2009 Leibniz Association meeting, Section E, IfMGEOMAR, Kiel, 21-22 Apr 2009 World Ocean Conference 2009 “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 3rd executive committee meeting of the SinoGerman Initiative on Marine Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China, 13 Jan 2010 Interministerial meeting of the German Indonesian Cooperation, Berlin, 6-8 June 2010 rd 3 meeting of the Joint Steering Committee on Cooperation in Geosciences between the Federal Republic of Germany and the People’s Republic of China, Helgoland, 7 July 2010 16th meeting of the Joint Steering Committee on Cooperation in Marine Sciences and Technology between the Federal Republic of Germany and the People’s Republic of China, Cuxhaven, 8 July 2010 IOC 50th anniversary celebration, Berlin, 6 Oct 2010 T. Jennerjahn World Ocean Conference 2009 “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role

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of oceans to climate change, Manado, Indonesia, 7-14 May 2009 Seminar “Nachhaltige Zusammenarbeit mit Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern in Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung“, Berlin, 28 -30 Nov 2010 C. Jessen European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 13 -17 Dec 2010 D. Kaiser ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010 R. E. Katikiro Workshop on climate change and fisheries, Dakar, Senegal, 12 - 21 Apr 2010 F. Keyl 4th International Workshop on Squid, CIBNOR, La Paz, Mexico, 23 Sep - 23 Oct 2010 5th International Symposium on Pacific Squid, CIBNOR, La Paz, Mexico, 23 Sep - 23 Oct 2010 S. Kleinertz Annual conference of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Parasitologie, Düsseldorf, 16 -20 Mar 2010 The XIIth International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA), Exhibition and Convention Centre Melbourne, Australia, 12 - 25 Aug 2010 G. Kopprio Fish and climate change, The Fisheries Society of the British Isles Annual Symposium, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 26 -30 July 2010 C. Kovacs International seminar: managing the biological, physical, chemical, economic and sociocultural impacts of river pollution, BungHatta-University, Padang, Indonesia, 16 -17 July 2010 G. Krause Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel, AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 ICES meeting “Marine shellfish cultivation and

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environmental impact assessment, Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland, 28 Mar - 4 Apr 2010 International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socio-ecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, IBP, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 -15 Apr 2010 ICES Annual Science Conference “Synergies and conflicts of multiple uses of marine areas by using marine spatial planning”, Nantes, France, 20 -24 Sep 2010 Congress “Aquaculture Europe – seafarming tomorrow” 2010, Centro de Congressos da Alfândega, Porto, Portugal, 5 -9 Oct 2010 U. Krumme 2nd Sino-German Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 5 - 9 Mar 2010 ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010 Conference on biodiversity “Zukunft sichern – Vielfalt erhalten. Biologische Vielfalt als Grundlage für Entwicklung”, Berlin, 14 -16 Sep 2010 A. Krutwa Conference on biodiversity “Zukunft sichern – Vielfalt erhalten. Biologische Vielfalt als Grundlage für Entwicklung”,Berlin, 14 -16 Sep 2010 A. Kubicek Third Core Mini-Symposium on Ecological and Biogeochemical Coral Reef Research, Munich, 3 - 5 May 2009 40. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Justus Liebig University Giessen, 30 Aug - 2 Sep 2010 A. Kunzmann Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel, AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 World Ocean Conference 2009 “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Training course “Safety at Sea” “, INASEA, Cuxhaven, 29 Apr 2010 Conference: Ökonomische Aspekte in der Fischproduktion, GMA, Büsum, 10-11 June 2010

Events R. Lara International Symposium on Climate Change Effects on Fish and Fisheries: Forecasting Impacts, “Assessing ecosystem responses, and evaluating management strategies, University of Sendai, Japan, 26-29 Apr 2010 M. Lukas World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Conference: Space, movement and place in southeast Asia, University of California, Berkeley, 2 - 3 Apr 2010 11th Annual Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE); cluster meeting, University of Oldenburg, 23 - 25 Aug 2010 1st Conference of graduate schools GLOMAR, ISOS, SICSS, University of Hamburg, Klima Campus, 5 - 6 Oct 2010 A. Mercio International Conference on Biodiversity, Special German-French cross-section workshop, Frankfurt a. M., 1- 3 Dec 2010 R. Moll The 2010 International Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATPC), Bali, Indonesia, 19 -23 July 2010 GLOMAR annual retreat, Ganderkesee, 30 Sep - 2 Oct 2010 I. Nordhaus International workshop on progress and plan of SPICE cluster 2 phase II, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 25 Feb 2009 Galapagos Science Symposium, Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, 20 -24 July 2009 International Conference of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, 17-22 July 2010 M. Nugues Third Core Mini-Symposium on Ecological and Biogeochemical Coral Reef Research, Munich, 3 - 5 May 2009 European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) 2010, Wageningen, Netherlands, 13 -19 Dec 2010

D. Peterke 5th Conference Ionenanalyse, Berlin, 1- 4 Mar 2009 Training course: Strahlenschutzbeauftrage, FH Jülich, 23 - 24 Aug 2009 Training course: GC-Techniken, Fa. Varian, Darmstadt, 7-10 June 2010 U. Pint Leibniz Association meeting, AK Recht and IT, GIGA, Hamburg, 2 Apr 2009

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I. Plettner 11th meeting of members of KDM, IfM-GEOMAR, Kiel, 27 - 28 May 2010 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Europa, IfMGEOMAR, Kiel, 14 -15 June 2010 Leibniz Association Training: Urheberrecht, Open Access, Berlin, 7 July 2010 Leibniz Association meeting, Section E, Düsseldorf, 25 -26 Nov 2010 Seminar: Nachhaltige Zusammenarbeit mit Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern in Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung, Berlin, 29 - 30 Nov 2010 T. Pribadi Seminar: Aquatic ecology, University of Skövde, Sweden, 21- 26 Nov 2010 H. Reuter World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 th 40 Annual conference of Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Justus Liebig University Giessen, 30 Aug - 2 Sep 2010 Leibniz Association workshop, Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) Anträge, Berlin, 27 Sep 2010 Seminar “Nachhaltige Zusammenarbeit mit Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern in Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung“, Berlin, 20 - 30 Nov 2010 T. Rixen World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, 22 - 27 Feb 2010 Benguela Current Commission Meeting, Swakopmund, Namibia, 11-17 Oct 2010

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C. Roder Third Core Mini-Symposium on Ecological and Biogeochemical Coral Reef Research, Munich, 3-5 May 2009 2nd Sino-German Joint LANCET workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 5 - 9 Mar 2010 ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010 U. Saint-Paul Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel, AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 Symposium: Meeresumwelt, Hamburg, 9 -10 June 2009 Symposium: Lateinamerika, Biodiversität – Muster, Prozesse, Erhaltung, Bonn, 11-12 Dec 2009 International symposium on the biodiversity associated with mangrove ecosystems in Southeast Asia, Hanoi, Vietnam, 17-19 May 2010 Meeting of advisory and executive board GTÖ, Frankfurt, 8 - 9 Nov 2010 Seminar: Nachhaltige Zusammenarbeit mit Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern in Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung, Berlin, 28 - 30 Nov 2010 Y. Sawall World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of oceans to climate change”, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Workshop on biomineralization and microanalytical methods on microstructures, IfM-GEOMAR, Kiel, 31 Jan - 4 Feb 2010 The Second Asian Pacific Coral Reef Symposium, phu*ket, Thailand, 20 - 24 June 2010 A. Schlüter 11th annual meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), University of Oldenburg, 22 - 25 Aug 2010 C. Schnack Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel, AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 Annual conference of Arbeitsgemeinschaft Meereskundlicher Bibliotheken (AMB), IfM-GEOMAR, Kiel, 27 Sep 2010 C. Schultz World Ocean Conference 2009, “Climate change impacts to oceans and the role of

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oceans to climate change, Manado, Indonesia, 11-15 May 2009 Meeting of the steering committee “Earth and Ocean Science“, Manado, Indonesia, 11 May 2009 Meeting of the steering committee “Earth and Ocean Science“, Jakarta, Indonesia, 22 Apr 2010 Seminar: Nachhaltige Zusammenarbeit mit Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern in Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung, Berlin, 28 -30 Nov 2010 K. Schwerdtner Máñez International workshop on progress and plan of SPICE cluster 2 phase II, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 25 Feb 2009 Oceans Past II, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 25 May -1 June 2009 International SPICE workshop “Developing theory and supporting policy through multi-level socio-ecological analysis in the context of coastal and marine resources governance”, IBP, Bogor, Indonesia, 14 -15 Apr 2010 11th annual meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), University of Oldenburg, 23 - 25 Aug 2010 Conference: Oceans Past III: Stories from the sea-history of marine animal populations and their exploitation, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 17-22 Nov 2010 U. Selent Leibniz Association meeting, AK Finanzen, GIGA, Hamburg, 19-20 Mar 2009 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Recht, GIGA, Hamburg, 2 - 3 Apr 2009 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Finanzen, Frankfurt a. M., 18 -19 Mar 2010 35. Leibniz Association meeting, Verwaltungsausschuss, Leipzig, 22 -23 Apr 2010 36. Leibniz Association meeting, Verwaltungsausschuss, Berlin, 23 -24 Sep 2010 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Recht, ZEW, Mannheim, 30 Sep - 1 Oct 2010 Symposium “Wissenschaftsadministration“, ZEW, Mannheim, 18 Oct 2010 Leibniz Association meeting, AK Finanzen, ZEW, Mannheim, 19 Oct 2010 Leibniz Association Annual meeting, Düsseldorf, 24-26 Nov 2010 G. Spörl ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009. “

Events A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France 24 Jan - 1 Feb 2009 C. Staschok Training course: “Safety at Sea“, INASEA, Cuxhaven, 6-7 July 2010 D. Unger ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009. “A Cruise through Nice Waters”, Nice, France, 24 - 30 Jan 2009 2nd Sino-German Joint LANCET Workshop, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 5 - 9 Mar 2010 ZMT-GMRC workshop, Beihai, P.R. China, 12 Mar 2010 2010 workshop on Sino-German BEIBU project, Guangzhou, China, 12 - 22 Oct 2010

GEOMAR, Kiel, 26 - 28 July 2010 5th Sino-German Education Training Forum, Asien-Afrika-Institut, Hamburg, 9 Sep 2010 Seminar “Nachhaltige Zusammenarbeit mit Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern in Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung“, Berlin, 28 -30 Nov 2010

Participation in events

H. Westphal Leibniz Association annual meeting, Düsseldorf, 24-26 Nov 2010 C. Wild European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS), Wageningen, Netherlands, 13-17 Dec 2010

B. Vollan Workshop CeSIA, Aufbau eines Leibniz Zentrums für nachhaltige Wirkungsmessung, Leibniz Centre for Sustainability Impact Assessment (CeSIA), Berlin, 4 Nov 2010 P. Westhaus-Ekau Colloquium: Meeresforschung im Wandel, AWI, Bremerhaven, 16 Mar 2009 Opening celebration for Sino-German Year of Science and Education 2009/ 2010, New Forms of International Cooperation – Joint Graduate Programs, Freie Universität Berlin, 30 Mar - 1 Apr 2009 Management 5th Sino-German Summer School, student supervision, OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 13 July - 3 Aug 2009 Management Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences, Beijing, Qingdao, P.R. China, 11-17 Jan 2010 3rd Executive committee meeting Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China, 13 Jan 2010 Meetings of Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences, Executive committee, Shanghai, Tongji University, Qingdao, OUC, P.R. China, 30 May - 5 June 2010 Final ceremony for Sino-German Year of Science and Education 2009/2010, Shanghai, P.R. China, 1-2 June 2010 Reception German Consul General, Shanghai, P.R. China, 1-2 June 2010 Opening Celebration for 6th Sino-German Summer School ”Response of Ocean Biogeochemistry to Global Change“, IfM-

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Research Stays and Expeditions M. Birkicht GENUS II-Projekt, RV Discovery Expedition, Namibia, South Africa, 24 Sep - 14 Oct 2010 H. Brocke Expedition, Monitoring, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 22 Sep - 22 Dec 2010 S. Bröhl Field work, Kalimantan, Pulan Derawan, Indonesia, 7 Feb - 29 Mar 2010 GENUS II-Projekt, RV Discovery Expedition, Namibia, 9 -24 Sep 2010 R. Deswandi SPICE Project, Field work, IPB, Bogor (Bogor Agricultural Institute); Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Makassar, Indonesia, 12 Apr - 6 June 2010 W. Ekau Bilateral Project meeting, student supervision, Swakopmund, Namibia, Kapstadt, Saldanha Bay, Gragamstown, Durban, South Africa, 3 Feb - 1 Mar 2009 GENUS-Project, Expedition, RV Africana, Namibian and South African waters, 1-15 Dec 2009 RV Discovery Expedition, Dep. Environment, Cape Town, South Africa, 5 -16 June 2010 RV Discovery Expedition, Namibia, 10 - 24 Sep 2010 S. Ferse SPICE project, Manado, Makassar, Indonesia, 5 May - 6 June 2009 Project preparation, IMS, Zanzibar, Tanzania 25 Sep - 11 Oct 2009 SPICE project, Student supervision, UNHAS, Makassar, Manado, Indonesia, 24 Oct 15 Nov 2009 SPICE project, evaluation, field work, IPB, Bogor; Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Affairs, Jakarta, Coral Reef Research Center, Makassar, Indonesia, 12 Apr - 7 May 2010 SPICE project, student supervision, IPB, Bogor; Ambon; Coral Reef Research Center, Makassar, Indonesia, 1-12 Aug 2010 SPICE project, student supervision, UNHAS, Makassar, Indonesia, 21 Nov - 4 Dec 2010 M. Flitner SPICE project, field work, Java, Indonesia, 5 -17 Jan 2010

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A. Flohr RV Africana expedition, monitoring, Cape Town, South Africa, NatMIRC, Swakopmund, Namibia, 28 Nov 2009 - 2 June 2010 RV discovery expedition, NatMIRC, Namibia, 25 Aug - 18 Oct 2010 A. Fricke Coral reef project, field work, CARMABI Foundation, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 2 Feb - 1 Apr 2009 S. Geist RV discovery expedition, NatMIRC, Namibia, 25 Aug - 18 Oct 2010 M. Glaser SPICE project, student supervision, UNRI, Sumatra, UNHAS, Sulawesi, Indonesia, 17 Feb - 13 Mar 2009 SPICE project, excursion Spermonde, Manado, Makassar, Indonesia, 11- 22 June 2009 SPICE project, student supervision, Jakarta, Bogor, Makassar, Indonesia, 4 - 19 Jan 2010 L. Herbeck LANCET project, field work, sampling, Hainan, P.R. China, 18 Mar - 27 Apr 2009 C. Herbon SPICE project, sampling, UNSOED, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 1- 27 Feb 2009 I. Jänen Expedition MADURA monitoring, sampling, Jakarta/ Surabaya, Indonesia, 3 Oct - 8 Nov 2010 D. Kaiser Field work, GMRC, Beihai, P.R. China, 26 Feb - 4 Apr 2010 Sampling, field work, GMRC, Beihai, P.R. China, 23 Aug - 26 Oct 2010 C. Kovacs SPICE project, sampling, Pekanbaru, Padang, Indonesia, 5 -18 July 2010 U. Krumme LANCET project, field expedition, Hainan, P.R. China, 17 Mar - 28 Apr 2009 Project preparation, IMS, Zanzibar, Tanzania, 25 Sep - 11 Oct 2009

Research Stays and Expeditions LANCET project, expedition, Haikou, Hainan, Beihai, P.R. China, 1-14 Mar 2010 CEMarin opening celebration, field work, Universidad del Valle, Santa Marta, Colombia, 4 -18 Oct 2010 A. Kubicek Project preparation, IMS, Zanzibar, Tanzania, 25 Sep - 11 Oct 2009 Project preparation, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane Maputo, Maputo, Mozambique, 20 - 21 June 2010 Modelling, Institute for Marine Sciences, Sansibar, 23 - 30 June 2010 A. Kunzmann RV discovery expedition, GENUS project, Namibia, South Africa, 21 Sep - 20 Oct 2010 Sampling project “At the heart of climate change”, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 17 Nov - 18 Dec 2010 R. J. Lara Measuring, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 9-20 Mar 2010 L. Lehnhoff RV discovery expedition, Namibia, South Africa, 25 Aug - 18 Oct 2010 Min Li LANCET project, field work, sampling, Hainan, P.R. China, 18 Mar - 28 Apr 2009 M. Lukas SPICE project, field work, student supervision, Indonesia, 22 Mar - 5 Aug 2009 SPICE project, field work, student supervision, Indonesia, 6 Oct 2009 - 31 Mar 2010 SPICE project, field work, student supervision, Indonesia, 20 - 31 May 2010

M. Nugues Coral reef research, student supervision, Carmabi Foundation, Curaçao, 3 - 26 Feb 2009 Coral reef research, East Kalimantan, Derawan Island, Indonesia, 11 Jan - 18 Feb 2010 FORCE, coral reef research, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 27 Feb - 14 Mar 2010 Coral reef research, student supervision, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 18 - 28 May 2010 Coral reef research, student supervision, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 25 Sep - 7 Oct 2010 Coral reef research, student supervision, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 31 Oct - 12 Nov 2010 Coral reef research, Kalimantan, Derawan Island, Indonesia, 26 Nov - 6 Dec 2010 J. Oxmann Field work Mekong Delta (Ganh Hao), University of Natural Science, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 4 - 27 May 2009 C. Propp Project “Mandura-Monitoring”, expedition, sampling, Surabaya, Indonesia, 3 Oct - 8 Nov 2010 G. Quéré Sampling, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 22 Sep - 22 Dec 2010 I. Radjawali SPICE project, field work, Indonesia, 12 Apr - 6 June 2010

R. Moll SPICE project, field work, Segara Anakan Lagoon, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 1 Feb - 17 Mar 2009

T. Rixen Expedition Golfo de Papagayo, San Jose, Costa Rica, 8 Apr - 1 May 2009 SPICE project, sampling, Pekanbaru, Manado, Indonesia, 7-15 May 2009 SPICE project, sampling, Pekanbara, Indonesia, 4 - 9 July 2010 GENUS project, sampling, Namibia, 2 - 24 Sep 2010

I. Nordhaus SPICE project, field work Segara Anakan Lagoon, Jakarta, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 1- 28 Feb 2009 Field studies on Santa Cruz and Isabela, Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, 11-19 July 2009

H. Reuter SPICE project, Spermonde expedition, Manado, Makassar, Indonesia, 5 May - 6 June 2009 Project preparation, IMS, Zanzibar, Tanzania, 25 Sep -11 Oct 2009 Project preparation, CIBNOR, La Paz, Mexiko;

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Research Stays and Expeditions IMARPE, Lima, Peru, 2-11 Nov 2009 Project preparation, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane Maputo, Maputo, Mosambik, 20 - 24 June 2010 C. Roder LANCET project, measuring, Haikou, Hainan, Beihai, Shanghai, P.R. China, 4 - 25 Mar 2010 U. Saint-Paul Fieldwork, Gujarat Forest Development Project, mangrove afforestation, Forest Department, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, India, 1 Oct - 12 Nov 2009 Fieldwork, Gujarat Forest Development Project, mangrove afforestation, Forest Department, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, India, 1- 31 Mar 2010 Fieldwork, Gujarat Forest Development Project, mangrove afforestation, Forest Department, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, India, 4 - 30 Oct 2010 Field work, Ostional, Costa Rica, 19 July – 4 Aug 2010 Y. Sawall Field work, Ko Racha, PMBC, phu*ket, Thailand, 26 Feb - 9 Apr 2009 SPICE project, field work, Makassar, Manado, Indonesia, 15 Feb - 15 July 2009 K. Schwerdtner Máñez SPICE project, field work, Jakarta, Purwokerto, Indonesia, Mu Koh Phi Phi, Thailand, 14 Feb -15 Mar 2009 Guest scientist stay, University of Vigo, Department of Applied Economics, Vigo, Spain, 18 Mar - 2 Apr 2010 G. Spörl Sugarcane project, sampling, UFAL, Maceió, Brazil, 6 - 21 Mar 2009 C. Staschok LANCET project, sampling, Hainan, P.R. China, 29 Mar - 27 Apr 2009 RV discovery expedition, sampling, Namibia, South Africa, 24 Sep - 14 Oct 2010 Field work, Guangxi Mangrove Research Center, Benhai, China, 23 Aug - 16 Sep 2010 M. Teichberg Coral reef project, field work, CARMABI

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Foundation, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 2 Feb - 4 Mar 2009 W. Tianci LANCET project, sampling, Hainan, P.R. China, 8 Mar - 8 May 2009 D. Unger LANCET project, sampling, Hainan, P.R. China, 20 Mar - 1 Apr 2009 Project preparation, IMS, Zanzibar, Tanzania, 25 Sep -11 Oct 2009 LANCET project, expedition, Haikou, Hainan, Beihai, P.R. China, 26 Feb - 14 Mar 2010 H. Westphal RV Maria S. Merian Expedition 16 - 3, Mauretania, PHAETON (upwelling, dust archive, and palaeoclimate record on the Mauritanian Shelf), 13 Oct - 20 Nov 2010 A. Wolf Field work, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 28 Feb - 14 June 2010 Field work, Barbados, CARMABI, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, 22 Sep - 22 Dec 2010

Project Meetings C. Brandt Initiation of collaboration, University of Wageningen, 19 -20 Aug 2010 K. Diele Presentation of SAW development plan, Leibniz Association, Berlin, 7 Oct 2010 W. Ekau GENUS, kick-off meeting, IfBM, Hamburg, 25 Mar 2009 GENUS project, annual meeting, ZMAW, Hamburg, 25 Mar 2010 GENUS project, project meeting, IHF, Hamburg, 18 June 2010 Planning RV Merian Expedition 2011, IOW, Warnemünde, 12 July 2010 Planning BCC Forum and GENUS II, Inst. f. Biogeochemie, Hamburg, 18 Aug 2010 S. Ferse SPICE Project meeting, RISTEK, Jakarta, Indonesia, 14-19 Feb 2009 SPICE project, preparation final workshop, DKP, Jakarta; IPB, Bogor; UNHAS, Makassar, Indonesia, WWF-TNC, Beran; Derawan; University of Bornea, Tarakan, Indonesia, 4 Jan -13 Feb 2010 A. Flohr GENUS project, Project meeting, IHF, Hamburg, 18 June 2010 Cooperation, Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), Cape Town, South Africa, 25 Aug - 18 Oct 2010 GENUS project, logistics, IHF, University of Hamburg, 22 - 23 Nov 2010 GENUS project, preparation expedition MSM 17/3, University of Hamburg, 9 Dec 2010 S. Geist GENUS annual meeting, ZMAW, Hamburg, 25 Mar 2010 GENUS project meeting, IHF, Hamburg, 18 June 2010 GENUS project meeting, ZMAW, Hamburg, 29 Oct 2010 GENUS project, logistics, IHF, University of Hamburg, 22 - 23 Nov 2010 GENUS project, preparation expedition MSM 17/3, University of Hamburg, 9 Dec 2010 M. Glaser LOICZ meeting, ICZM planning, Chennai,

India, 28 Feb - 9 Mar 2010 SPICE project, Workshop, IPB, Bogor; Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Affairs, Jakarta, Coral Reef Research Enter, Makassar, Indonesia, 12 Apr - 7 May 2010 Conference preparation of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humanökologie, Amper-Kliniken, Munich, 14 -19 July 2010 Conference preparation of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humanökologie, Amper-Kliniken, Munich, 27 - 29 Dec 2010 B. Grote Meeting DFG project, AWI, Bremerhaven, 20 Dec 2010 V. Ittekkot SCOR summit, cooperation meeting, Newark, Delaware, Washington D.C., USA, 27 Mar - 3 Apr 2009 LANCET project meeting, Haikou, Hainan, P.R. China, 10 -13 Apr 2009 SPICE project meeting steering committee, Jakarta, Manado, Indonesia; OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 8 -17 May 2009 Sino-German Cooperation on Marine Sciences, Post-LANCET, Beijing, Chinese University of Geosciences, Wuhan, P.R. China, 6 -17 Jan 2010 Initiation meeting SPICE III, RISTEK, Jakata; Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 19 -25 Aug 2010 Expertising BMBF project, SPACES, Namibia 26 Oct - 1 Nov 2010 Presenting BMBF project SPACES, Berlin, 2 - 3 Nov 2010 T. Jennerjahn SPICE project, workshop cluster 2, conclusion meeting clusters 2 and 5, UNSOED, Purwokerto, IPB, Bogor, BPPT, Jakarta, Indonesia, 22 Feb - 6 Mar 2009 D. Kaiser Meeting BEIBU project, IOW, Warnemünde, 8 - 10 June 2010 F. Keyl Meeting DFG project, IfM-GEOMAR, Kiel, 10 -11 Mar 2009 U. Krumme Project preparation, IMS, Zanzibar, Tanzania, 25 Sep -11 Oct 2009

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Project Meetings LANCET project, ZMT-GMRC workshop, Haikou, Hainan, Beihai, P.R. China, 1-14 Mar 2010

T. Rixen Preparation of DFG proposal, Mobility-Program, Makassar, Jakarta, Indonesia, 5 -11 Aug 2010

A. Kunzmann Continuation, development AIF Project, Berlin, 2 - 3 July 2009 BMBF workshop, Biota, Inkaba, Namibia, 24 May - 2 June 2009 GENUS project, preparation, AWI, Helgoland, 14 July 2009 GENUS annual meeting, ZMAW, Hamburg, 25 Mar 2010 Presenting project proposal, AIF, Berlin, 15 -16 Aug 2010 GENUS II meeting, ZMAW, Hamburg, 24 Aug 2010

U. Saint-Paul Vietnam project meeting, University of Kiel, 25 Jan 2010 Project preparation, INVEMAR, Bogota, Colombia, CATIE, Turrialba/Ostional, Costa Rica, 17 - 31 May 2010

R. J. Lara Collaboration meeting, University of Osaka, Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, Bonn, 10 -11 Mar 2009 Collaboration meeting, Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía (IADO), Bahía Blanca, Argentina, 11- 28 Dec 2010 A. Merico Project preparation, IfM-GEOMAR, Kiel, 10 June 2010 Collaboration meeting, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, 25 - 28 Aug 2010 R. Moll ATBC Meeting, Bali, Indonesia, 9 - 25 July 2010 I. Nordhaus Presentation of SAW development plan, Leibniz Association, Berlin, 6 - 7 Oct 2010 M. Nugues FORCE Kick off Meeting, University of the West Indies, Bridgetown, Barbados, 1- 3 Mar 2010 Initiation of collaboration, University of Wageningen, 19 - 20 Aug 2010 H. Reuter DFG project meeting, IfM-GEOMAR, Kiel, 11 Mar 2009 Preparation GfÖ meeting biodiversity, Gießen, 4 - 5 Mar 2010 S. Rick BEIBU, Project meeting, IOW, Warnemünde, 8 - 9 June 2010

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Y. Sawall Collaboration meeting, KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia, 5 -10 Oct 2010 A. Schlüter Collaboration meeting, University of Hamburg, 13 Sep 2010 K. Schwerdtner Máñez Project planning, University of Wageningen, Netherlands, 22 - 25 June 2009 SPICE project, workshop, evaluation, IPB, Bogor, Nationalarchiv, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12 - 22 Apr 2010 C. Schultz SPICE coordination meeting, Indonesische Botschaft, Berlin, 28 Jan 2009 SPICE project, executive committee meeting, Jakarta, Indonesia, 15 - 24 Apr 2010 SPICE III coordination meeting, Purwokerto, Jakarta, Indonesia, 18 - 26 Aug 2010 SPICE II coordination meeting with project executing organisation Jülich, RostockWarnemünde, 17 - 21 Nov 2010 M. Teichberg Project cooperation, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, USA, 5 - 21 Mar 2009 D. Unger BEIBU project meeting with Chinese guest scientists, IOW, Warnemünde, 8 June 2010 LANCET project meeting, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 13 - 22 Oct 2010 P. Westhaus-Ekau Summer school, coordination, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, P.R. China, 14 - 21 May 2009 Management 5th Sino-German Summer School, student supervision, OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 13 July – 3 Aug 2009

Project Meetings Management Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences, Beijing, Qingdao, P.R. China, 11-17 Jan 2010 Meetings of Sino-German Initiative on Marine Sciences, executive committee, Shanghai, Tongji University, Qingdao, OUC, P.R. China, 30 May - 5 June 2010 Preparing 4th executive committee meeting, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China, 8-16 Nov 2010

Visitors and Guest Researchers Seno Adi, BPPT, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2 - 13 Aug 2010 Dr. Luky Adrianto, Center for Coastal and Marine Resources Studies, IPB, Bogor, Indonesia, 26 - 30 Oct 2010 Abdulaziz Al-Marzouqi, Marine Science and Fisheries Center, Muscat, Oman, 14 - 28 Sep 2009 / 2 - 30 July 2010 Dr. Zhang Guo An, SKLEC, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 21 - 22 June 2010 Verania Andria, Univ. for Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, 9 Dec 2008 - 15 Jan 2009 Dr. Marie Caroline Badjeck, World Fish Center, Penang, Malaysia, 13 -17 July 2009 Dr. Florencia Biancalana, Argentine Institute of Oceanography, Bahia Blanca, Argentina, 7 Sep 2009 - 7 Mar 2010 Dr. Budiauto, Coordination Ministry for Peoples Welfare (KESRA), Jakarta, Indonesia, 17 - 21 Aug 2009 MSc. Facundo Matias Barrera, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca, Argentina, 23 Oct 2010 - 21 Feb 2011 Prof. Shanhong Cao, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, P.R. China, 2 - 4 Aug 2010 Gustavo Adolfo Castellanos-Galindo, Cali, Colombia, 29 June - 8 July 2009 Hongmei Chen, Consul General, Consulate, Hamburg, 26 Feb 2010 Prof. Dr. Xiaoyong Chen, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 17-20 May2010 Dr. Xueen Chen, Institute of Physical Oceanography, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, P.R. China, 12 -16 June 2009 Prof. Dr. Heqin Cheng, SKLEC, ECNU,

Shanghai, P.R. China, 17 - 20 May 2010 / 21 - 22 June 2010 Prof. Hua Dai, International Office, OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 27 - 29 May 2010 Peijian Dai, GMRC, Beihai, Guangxi, P.R. China, 31 May - 18 June 2010 Dr. Ario Damar, Agricultural University Bogor, Center for Coastal and Marine Resources Studies, Bogor, Indonesia, 3 -18 Nov 2009 Dr. Laurent Delvoye, CARMABI, Nieuwegein, Netherlands, 12 -16 July 2010 Prof. Shuanglin Don, Vice President, OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 27 - 29 May 2010 Hoang Trung Du, Institute of Oceanography, Nha Trang, Vietnam, 9 Sep - 5 Oct 2009 Dr. Tjut Sugandawaty Djohan, Gadjah Mada University, Faculty of Biology, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 25 - 29 Oct 2010 MSc. Ahmad Faizal, Marine & Fishery Faculty, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, 7 Oct –13 Dec 2010 Prof. Hontao Fan, Research Vessel Centre of the Ocean University of China, Qingdao, P.R. China, 12 - 16 June 2009 Prof. Gang Fu, Dean, Graduate School, OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 27 - 29 May 2010 / 30 July -1 Aug 2010 Yu Fujiang, Assistant of the Director, National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center, Beijing, P.R. China, 6 July 2010 M.Sc. Lata Gawade, National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India, 2 Feb - 30 Apr 2009 Dr. M.V.S. Guptha, National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, India, 1 Aug 2009 - 31 Jan 2010

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Visitors and Guest Researchers Dr. Aryo Hanggono, Director, Research Center for Marine Technology, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Indonesia, 11 June 2009 Dr. Tony Hickey, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 28 Apr - 5 May 2009 Elizabeth Hill, University of Namibia, Henties Bay, Namibia, 23 Mar - 20 Apr 2009 Dr. Joachim Harms, Project executing organization Jülich, 6 July 2010 Dr. Sisira Haputhantri, National Aquatic Resources Research and Development Agency (NARA), Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1 Sep - 30 Nov 2010 Prof. Dr. Hari Eko Irianto, Research Center for Marine and Fisheries Product Processing and Biotechnology, Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 - 30 Oct 2010 Prof. Dr. Indra Jaya, Agricultural University Bogor, IPB, Bogor, Indonesia, 30 June - 3 July 2009 MSc. Anders Jensen-Schmidt, Federel University Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, 30 Mar - 30 Nov 2009 Li Jiabiao, Deputy Director, Second Institute of Oceanography, P.R. China, 6 July 2010 Dr. Carlos Jiménez, CIMAR, University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica, 27 Feb - 15 Mar 2009 / 6 July - 6 Aug 2009 / 14 - 17 Feb 2010 Prof. Lin Jin, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 17-20 May 2010 Prof. Dr. Jamaluddin Jompa, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, 25-29 Oct 2010 Dr. Susan Jones, MCM, Cape Town, South Africa, 17 July - 14 Aug 2010 Dr. Muhammad Mukhlis Kamal, Coordinator, IPB, Bogor, Indonesia, 30 June - 3 July 2009 Dr. Ehsan Kamrani, Hormozgan University, Dept. of Marine Biology, Islamic Republic of Iran, 14 Jan - 15 Mar 2010 Mrs. Halima Kiwango, Saadani National Park, Monitoring Dept., Tanzania, 1 Nov 2008 31 Jan 2009 MinR Wilfried Kraus, BMBF, 6 July 2010 Tinghe Lai, GMRC, Beihai, Guangxi, P.R. China, 31 May - 18 June 2010 Dr. Nguyen Njoc Lam, Institute of Oceanography, Nha Trang,Vietnam, 20 - 24 June 2009 Prof. Huajun Li, Vice President, OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 27 - 29 May 2010 Li Lin, Program officer, Dep. Science and

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Technology, 6 July 2010 Dipl. Inf. Yue Liu, International Office, OUC, Qingdao, P.R. China, 27 - 29 May 2010 Dr. Marek Lipinski, Marine and Coastal Management (MCM), Cape Town, South Africa, 13 - 20 Nov 2010 Prof. Jin Liu, Consultant in Shanghai Waterway Survey and Design Institute and the National Oceanic Administration, East China Normal University, Shanghai, P.R. China, 21 - 22 June 2010 Dr. Junhong Li, State Key Laboratory, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 15 Sep - 15 Dec 2010 Dr. Dessy Mantiri, University of Sam Ratulangi, Manado, Indonesia, 11 June 2009 Nada Marsud, RISTEK, Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 - 30 Oct 2010 MSc. Taisa Baroso Matos, Unversidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense (UENF), Campos, Brazil, 5 Oct 2009 - 1 Jan 2010 Xandra Maya, Director, Marine and Fisheries Office, Provincial Government of North Sulawesi, Indonesia, 11 June 2009 Prof. Dr. Karl Ulrich Mayer, President of Leibniz Association, Berlin, 31 Aug 2010 Dr. Wijarn Meepol, phu*ket Marine Biological Center, phu*ket, Thailand, 24 - 27 Feb 2010 Li Mingbi, Chief of Division, Second Institute of Oceanography, P.R. China, 6 July 2010 Dr. Matern Mtolera, Institute of Marine Science, Zanzibar, Tanzania, 6 -10 July 2009 Dr. Ajim Muchtar, Coordination Ministry for Peoples Welfare (KESRA), Jakarta, Indonesia, 17 - 21 Aug 2009 Dr. Christopher Muhando, Institute of Marine Science, Zanzibar, Tanzania, 6 -10 July 2009 Asep Djembar Muhammad, Coordination Ministry for Peoples Welfare (KESRA), Jakarta, Indonesia, 17-21 Aug 2009 Dr. May Thu Naing, Mandalay Technological University, Mandalay, Myanmar, 14 Sep - 16 Dec 2010 Dr. Yul Y. Nazarrudin, Education Attaché, Indonesian Embassy, Berlin, 17 Feb 2010 / 26 Aug 2010 Muhammad Neil, Center for Coral Reef Research, Makassar, Indonesien, 11 Nov 2008 -16 Jan 2009 / 10 - 28 Nov 2009 MSc. Diem My Tran Ngoc, Department of Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, University of Sciences, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 27 July - 27 Aug 2010 Prof. Khairil Anwar Notodiputo, Dekan,

Visitors and Guest Researchers Post Graduate School, IPB, Indonesia, 17 Feb 2010 Dr. Larry Oellermann, University of Namibia, Henties Bay, Namibia, 23 - 27 Mar 2009 MinR Reinhold Ollig, BMBF, 6 July 2010 Dr. Wahyu Widodo Pandoe, Centre for Marine Survey Technology (BPPT), Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 - 30 Oct 2010 Sainab Husain Paragay, Faculty for Marine Science and Fisheries, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, 26 - 28 Aug 2010 Jorge Paramo, Instituto de Investigaciones Tropicales, Universidad de Magdalena, Santa Marta, Colombia, 1 July - 15 Dec 2010 Dr. Haryadi Permana, Earth Dynamics and Geological Hazard Division, LIPI, Bandung, Indonesia, 25 - 30 Oct 2010 MSc. Huong Pham, University of Natural Sciences, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 3 May - 2 Nov 2010 Dr. Widodo S. Pranowo, Research Center and Development for Marine and Coastal Resources, Jakarta, Indonesia, 15 - 17 Nov 2010 H. E. Eddy Pratomo, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia for Germany, Berlin, 26 Aug 2010 MSc. Santiago Enrique Priotto, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca, Argentina, 23 Oct 2010 - 8 May 2011 Dr. Agus Heri Purnomo, Research Centre for Marine and Fisheries Socio-economic, Jakarta, Indonesia, 9 - 17 June 2010 / 26 - 29 Oct 2010 Prof. Dr. Shihua Qi, School of Environmental Studies, University of Geosciences, Wuhan, P.R. China, 20 - 27 June 2010 Nguyen Van Quan, Institute of Marine Environment and Resources, Haiphong City, Vietnam, 21 Nov 2009 - 19 Jan 2010 Prof. Dr. A. L. Ramanathan, School of Environmental Science, Jawaharlal Nehru, University of New Delhi, India, 20 - 22 June 2010 Zheng Rui, Program officer, Dept. International Cooperation, 6 July 2010 Selli Salbiah, RISTEK, Jakarta, Indonesia, 7 -13 Dec 2009 Dr. Joko Samiaji, Universitas RIAU, Pekanbaru, Indonesia, 7 -10 June 2009 / 24 - 29 Oct 2010 Prof. Dr. Iracilda Sampaio, Campus Universitário de Bragança, UFPa, Bragança, Brazil, 19 Dec 2008 - 20 Jan 2009 / 21 Dec

2010 - 20 Jan 2011 Dr. Simoni Santos, Campus Universitário de Bragança, UFPa, Bragança, Brazil, 19 Dec 2008 - 20 Jan 2009 Dr. Moh. Husein Sastranegara, University of Jenderal Soedirman, Faculty of Biology, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 25 - 30 Oct 2010 Prof. Dr. Horácio Schneider, Campus Universitário de Bragança, UFPa, Bragança, Brazil, 19 Dec 2008 - 20 Jan 2009 / 21 Dec 2010 - 20 Jan 2011 Meng Shuguang, Embassy of P.R. China, 6 July 2010 Ruben Silitonga, RISTEK, Jakarta, Indonesia, 7 - 13 Dec 2009 Prof. Dr. Suharsono Soemorumekso, Research Center for Oceanography, LIPI, Jakarta, Indonesia, 22 - 27 Nov 2010 Dr. Indroyono Soesilo, Executive Seceretary of the Coordinating Ministry for People’s Welfare, Indonesia, 11 June 2009 Dr. Frank Stiller, Internationales Büro des BMBF, 6 July 2010 Dr. Günter Subklew, Research Center Jülich, 6 July 2010 Prof. Dr. Suharsono, Director of Research Center for Oceanography, LIPI, Jakarta, Indonesia, 15-19 July 2009 Dr. Purnawa Sukardi, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 4 - 6 May 2010 Dr. Ali Suman, Research Institute of Inalnd Wall Fisheries, Palembang, Indonesia, 11-16 Mar 2009 / 15 -19 Mar 2010 Suharna Surapranata, Indonesian Minister of Research and Technology, 4 Oct 2010 Beau Tji*zoo, NatMIRC, Swakopmund, Namibia, 16 June - 5 July 2009 / 5 - 28 Apr 2010 / 5 - 22 Dec 2010 Dr. Vo Si Tuan, Institute of Oceanography, Nha Trang, Vietnam, 20 - 24 June 2009 Wannahiat Tubtimsang, phu*ket Marine Biological Center, phu*ket, Thailand, 24 - 27 Feb 2010 Dr. Reiny Authoneta Tumbol, Sam Ratulauji University, Manado, 17 - 21 Aug 2009 Carlos Eduardo Veiga de Carvalho, Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense (UENF), Centro de Biocìencìas e Biotecnologìa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 28 Sep 2009 - 30 Sep 2010 Dr. Hans Verheye, MCM, Cape Town, South Africa, 13-30 June 2009 / 2-14 Aug 2010 Prof. Dr. Aimin Wang, Hainan University,

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Visitors and Guest Researchers Ocean College, Haikou, P.R. China, 18 - 25 Feb 2010 Dr. Hongmei Wang, School of Environmental Studies, University of Geosciences, Wuhan, P.R. China, 20 - 28 June 2010 Luo Wei, Associate Researcher, Polar Research Institute of China, 6 July 2010 MSc Petrus Agustinus Wenno, Marine & Fishery Faculty, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, 7 Oct -13 Dec 2010 Dr. Singgih Wibowo, Research Center for Marine and Fisheries Product Processing and Biotechnology, Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 - 30 Oct 2010 Dr. Yusli Wordiatuo, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, IPB, Bogor, Indonesien, 30 June - 3 July 2009 Hongbo Wu, Ambassdor, Berlin, 26 Feb 2010 Prof. Ying Wu, SKLEC, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 1- 30 May 2010 Jiang Xiaowei, Embassy of P.R. China, 6 July 2010 Prof. Chen Xiaoyong, Vice-Director, College of Resources and Environments, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 21- 22 June 2010 Prof. Dr. Guifang Xue, OUC, Institute for the Law of the Sea, Qingdao, P.R.China, 8 - 20 Nov 2010

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Bing Yan, GMRC, Beihai, Guangxi, P.R. China, 31 May - 18 June 2010 Mr. Sheng Yu, Research Vessel Centre of the Ocean University of China, Qingdao, P.R. China, 12 - 16 June 2009 Yuni Yumiarti, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Fakultas Biologi, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 19 May - 13 July 2009 Dr. Haswan Yunaz, Coordination Ministry for Peoples Welfare (KESRA), Jakarta, Indonesia, 17 - 21 Aug 2009 Prof. Dr. Edy Yuwono, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia, 4 - 6 May 2010 Dr. Alfian Zein, Bung Hatta University, Padand, Indonesia, 12 Dec 2009 - 30 Jan 2010 Hua Zeng, Consul Attaché, Consulate, Hamburg, 26 Feb 2010 Dr. Guo An Zhang, SKLEC-ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 17- 20 May 2010 Guoseu Zhang, SKLEC, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 15 Oct - 30 Nov 2009 Prof. Jing Zhang, SKLEC, ECNU, Shanghai, P.R. China, 6-20 Aug 2010 Prof. Suping Zhang, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, P.R. China, 30 July - 1 Aug 2010

Capacity Building Scientific writing, ZMT (sandwich program, IPB Bogor, G. Krause, L. Dsikowitzky, C. Carvalho), WT 09/10 Biogeochemistry in Indonesian Seas, ZMT (sandwich program, IPB Bogor, T. Rixen), WT 09/10 Aquatic pollution, ZMT (sandwich program, IPB Bogor, T. Jennerjahn, L. Dzikowitzky, C. Carvalho), WT 09/10 Coral reef biology and conservation, ZMT (sandwich program, IPB Bogor, M. Nugues), WT 09/10

Connectivity and ecological modeling, ZMT (sandwich program, IPB Bogor, H. Reuter), WT 09/10 Development of joint projects, ZMT sandwich program, IPB Bogor, C. Schultz), WT 09/10 Counteracting degradation of reefs: conservation, management and restoration, ZMT (sandwich program, IPB Bogor, S. Ferse), WT 09/10

Teaching at the ZMT

ISATEC

gie (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Research management and funding opportunities (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Introduction into systems analysis (H. Reuter), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Biogeochemical cycling of elements in the aquatic environment (T. Jennerjahn), ST 09, ST 10 Coastal geomorphology & coastal processes (G. Krause), ST 09, ST 10 Population dynamics & stock assessment (M. Wolff), ST 09, ST 10 Trophic modeling of ecosystems (M. Wolff), ST 09, ST 10 Modelling spatio-temporal dynamics (H. Reuter), ST 09, ST 10 Modelling the dynamics of marine resources under environmental variability (M. Wolff), ST 09 Ecological economics I (K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09 Participatory techniques & stakeholder analysis (M. Glaser, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09 Participatory techniques & stakeholder analysis (S. Ferse, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 10 Interdisciplinarity between natural & social sciences (S. Ferse, M. Glaser, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09 Interdisciplinarity between natural & social sciences (S. Ferse, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 10 Ecological economics 1 (A. Schlüter), ST 10 Ecological economics II (K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09 Einführung in die Umweltpolitik: Lokale, nationale und internationale Fragen (M. Flitner), ST 09 Molekulare Tracer zur Untersuchung mariner Stoffkreisläufe (R. Lara), ST 09, ST 10

Teaching at the University of Bremen

International Studies in Aquatic Tropical Ecology (K. Bischof, W. Ekau, S. Ferse, M. Glaser, T. Jennerjahn, G. Krause, A. Kunzmann, I. Nordhaus, H. Reuter, U. Saint-Paul, K. Schwerdtner Máñez, M. Teichberg, P. Westhaus-Ekau, M. Wolff), WT 08/09 - WT 10/11

Lectures Tropical coastal ecosystems (K. Diele, I. Nordhaus, M. Teichberg), WT 08/09 Fisheries biology (W. Ekau, P. Westhaus-Ekau, M. Wolff), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Tropical aquaculture and its physiological basics (U. Saint-Paul), WT 08/09 Tropical aquaculture and its physiological basics (A. Kunzmann), WT 09/10 Tropical fisheries and catching methods (W. Ekau, U. Saint-Paul), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Scientific writing (M. Teichberg), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Global change and marine systems (V. Ittekkot), WT 08/09, WT 09/10, ST 10 Biochemistry of tropical marine systems (V. Ittekkot), WT 08/09, WT 09/10, ST 10 Ökologie tropischer Küsten und Ästuare (U. Saint-Paul), WT 08/09, WT 09/10, ST 10 Ringvorlesung Umwelt- und Meereschemie: Meeres- und Umweltchemie unter Bedingungen des globalen Wandels (R. Lara), WT 08/09 Principles of marine ecophysiology (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 General introduction to marine microbiology (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Applied scientific training (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Einführung in die organismische Meeresbiolo-

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Fisheries biology and aquaculture (W. Ekau, U. Saint-Paul), ST 09, ST 10 Ecophysiology of marine algae (K. Bischof), ST 09, ST 10 Aquatic flora (K. Bischof, K. Springer), WT 09/10 Umwelt- und Meereschemie: Meeres- und Umweltchemie unter Bedingungen des globalen Wandels (R. Lara), WT 09/10 Formenkenntnis Tiere (U. Krumme et al.), ST 10 Pflanzenphysiologie (K. Bischof et al.), ST 10 Introduction to political ecology (Einführung in die politische Ökologie (M. Flitner), ST 10 Umwelt und Gesellschaft (Environment and Society) (M. Flitner), ST 10 Fisheries biology and aquaculture (Blockveranstaltung) (W. Ekau, U. Saint-Paul), ST 10

Practical courses Helgoland excursion (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Aquatic flora (K. Bischof, K. Springer), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Tropical coastal ecosystems (K. Diele, I. Nordhaus, M. Teichberg), WT 08/09 Tropical coastal ecosystems (A. Kunzmann, I. Nordhaus), WT 09/10 Fisheries biology (W. Ekau, P. Westhaus-Ekau, M. Wolff), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Tropical aquaculture and its physiological basics (U. Saint-Paul), WT 08/09 Tropical aquaculture and its physiological basics (A. Kunzmann), WT 09/10 Tropical fisheries and catching methods (W. Ekau, U. Saint-Paul), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Scientific writing (M. Teichberg), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Introduction into systems analysis (H. Reuter), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Student research project: Impacts of tropical peat swamp deforestation on aquatic ecosystems in central Sumatra, Indonesia (T. Rixen), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Student research project: Ecology and biodiversity of pelagic communities in the South Atlantic Ocean (W. Ekau), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Interdisziplinäre und transdisziplinäre Aspekte des Fischereimanagements (U. Saint-Paul), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Moderne organische Spurenanalytik in der marinen Biogeochemie (R. Lara),

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WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Einführung in die Biologie mariner Algen (K. Bischof, K. Springer), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Principles of marine ecophysiology (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Marine microbiology and botany (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Applied scientific training (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Einführung in die organismische Meeresbiologie (K. Bischof), WT 08/09 Research management and funding opportunities (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Grant proposal and defence (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Meeresforschungsinstitute im Lande Bremen (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 International marine environmental conservation (U. Meyer), WT 08/09, WT 09/10 Meeresbotanik: MitarbeiterInnen-Seminar und Anleitung zum selbständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten (K. Bischof), WT 08/09, ST 09, WT 09/10 Tropenökologisches Seminar und Anleitung zum selbständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten (U. Saint-Paul), WT 08/09, ST 09, WT 09/10 Tropenökologisches Kolloquium (U. SaintPaul), WT 08/09, WT 09/10, ST 10 Tropenökologisches Kolloquium (K. Bischof), ST 09 Biogeochemical cycling of elements in the aquatic environment (T. Jennerjahn), ST 09, ST 10 Coastal geomorphology & coastal processes (G. Krause), ST 09, ST 10 Population dynamics & stock assessment (M. Wolff), ST 09, ST 10 Trophic modelling of ecosystems (M. Wolff), ST 09, ST 10 Modelling spatio-temporal dynamics (H. Reuter), ST 09, ST 10 Modelling the dynamics of marine resources under environmental variability (M. Wolff), ST 09 Ecological economics I (K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09 Participatory techniques & stakeholder analysis (M. Glaser, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09 Participatory techniques & stakeholder analysis (S. Ferse, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 10 Interdisciplinarity between natural & social sciences (M. Glaser, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09

Capacity Building Interdisciplinarity between natural & social sciences (S. Ferse, K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 10 Ecological economics II (K. Schwerdtner Máñez), ST 09 Thesis seminar (K. Bischof, K. Springer), ST 09 Pflanzenphysiologie (K. Bischof), ST 09, ST 10 Meeresbiologie (K. Bischof), ST 09 Ökologie tropischer Küsten und Ästuare (U. Saint-Paul), ST 09, ST 10 Molekulare Tracer zur Untersuchung mariner Stoffkreisläufe (R. Lara), ST 09, ST 10 Fisheries biology and aquaculture (W. Ekau, U. Saint-Paul), ST 09, ST 10 Ecophysiology of marine algae (K. Bischof), ST 09, ST 10 Thesis and defence (K. Bischof), ST 09, ST 10 Formenkenntnis Tiere (U. Krumme et al.), ST 10

Seminars and colloquia Aquatic flora (K. Bischof, K. Springer), WT 09/10 Scientific writing (M. Wolff, M. Teichberg), WT 09/10 Einführung in die Biologie mariner Algen (K. Bischof, K. Springer), WT 09/10 Principles of marine ecophysiology (K. Bischof et al.), WT 09/10 Applied scientific training (K. Bischof et al.), WT 09/10 Research management and funding opportunities (K. Bischof et al.), WT 09/10

Grant proposal and defence (K. Bischof et al.), WT 09/10 International marine environmental conservation (U. Meyer et al.), WT 09/10 Meeresbotanik: MitarbeiterInnen-Seminar und Anleitung zum selbständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten (K. Bischof), WT 09/10 Tropenökologisches Seminar und Anleitung zum selbständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten (U. Saint-Paul), WT 09/10 Tropenökologisches Kolloquium (U. SaintPaul), WT 09/10 Thesis seminar (K. Bischof, K. Springer), ST 10 Konfliktfeld Wasser: Probleme und Perspektiven (M. Flitner), ST 10 Carbon cycle, evolution of key species and the CO2 problem (T. Rixen), ST 10 Tropenökologisches Seminar und Anleitung zum selbständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten (U. Saint-Paul), ST 10 Meeresbotanik: MitarbeiterInnen-Seminar und Anleitung zum selbstständigen wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten (K. Bischof), ST 10

Teaching at Jacobs University

Sunflowers, morals, framing and a natural experiment (A. Schlüter), 29 Sep 2010

Respiration physiology, Inter-University Institute IUI of the Hebrew University Jerusalem, Eilat, Israel (A. Kunzmann), 17 Feb - 6 Mar 2009 Limnology, UFPa, Belém, Brazil (U. Saint-Paul), 22- 25 Apr 2009 Ecologia Aquática e Pesca, UFPa, Belém, Brazil (U. Krumme), 11- 15 May 2009 Marine Ecology Summer Training (MEST), Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar, Indonesia (S. Ferse), 24 Oct -15 Nov 2009 Coral reef restoration - background and ap-

Teaching at the University of Bremen

proaches, Department of Fisheries and Marine Science, Manado, Indonesia (S. Ferse), 13 Nov 2009 Respiration Physiology of Marine Animals, Hebrew University Jerusalem, IUI, Eilat, Israel (A. Kunzmann), 5 - 16 Jan 2010 Introduction into Ecological Modelling, University of Daresaalam, Sansibar (H. Reuter), 14 - 18 June 2010 Integrated Coastal Zone Managment, INVEMAR, St. Marta, Bogota, Colombia (A. Schlüter), 18 - 21 May 2010

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Lena Brey: Acclimation of kelp photosynthesis to seasonal changes in the underwater radiation regime of an Arctic fjord system (K. Bischof), 2009 Maria-Isabel Criales Hernadez: Spatio-temporal variability of zooplankton community structure and trophic processes off Central Peru (M. Wolff), 2009 Jana Fredersdorf: Interactive effects of ultraviolet radiation and other abiotic factors on photosynthesis of Arctic macroalgae (K. Bischof), 2009 Britta Grote: The early life strategy of Cape hakes in the Benguela upwelling system off South Africa (W. Ekau), 2010 Carin Jantzen: Primary production in coral reefs: key players and adaptive strategies to natural environmental variations (C. Richter), 2009 Friedemann Keyl: The Cephalopod Dosidicus gigas of the Humboldt Current System under the Impact of Fishery and Environ-

mental Variability (M. Wolff), 2009 Julian Oxmann: Influence of substrate characteristics on phosphorus dynamics in replanted mangrove forests, Southern Vietnam (R. Lara), 2009 Sascha Romatzki: Reproduction strategies of stony corals (Scleractinia) in an equator near, Indonesian coral reef. Contributions for the reef restoration (M. Wolff, A. Kunzmann), 2009 Cornelia Roder: Coral acclimatization to disturbance (C. Richter), 2010 Yvonne Sawall: Coral resistance to natural and anthropogenic disturbances (C. Richter), 2010 Gertraud Maria Schmidt: Corals & waves: calcification and bioerosion in Large Amplitude Internal Wave (LAIW) affected coral reefs (K. Bischof), 2010 Franciska Steinhoff: Phlorotannins as UV-protective substances in early developmental stages of brown algae (K. Bischof), 2010

Ongoing dissertations

Abdulaziz Said Mohammed Al Marzouqi: Biology, stock assessment and fishery management of the santer seabream Cheimerius nufar (Val. 1830) from the Arabian Sea off Oman (U. Saint-Paul, W. Ekau) Milena Arias-Schreiber: Fisheries sustainability and coastal governance in the Humboldt and Benguela Upwelling areas (M. Flitner, M. Glaser) Anne Baumgart: Biogeochemische Stroffkreisläufe vor Indonesien (T. Jennerjahn) Susanne Becker: Photoinhibition at low temperatures: D1-turnover in Antarctic rhodophytes (K. Bischof) Gustavo Castellanos-Galindo: The temporal and spatial variability of nursery habitats for fishes in macrotidal mangrove systems of Colombia and Brazil: implications for conservation and fisheries resources (U. Saint-Paul, U. Krumme) Gabriel Claramunt Quiñones: Reproductive biology of Engraulis ringens, egg quality, and survival of the offspring in Chilean waters (U. Saint-Paul) Shilly Elizabeth David: Catchment scale human interventions in the Pamba basin (Kerala, India) and their impact on estuarine ecosystem in the southern Vembanad Estuary (T. Jennerjahn)

Rio Deswandi: The roles of local institutions in coral reefs management and their contribution to social and ecological resilience in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi (M. Flitner, M. Glaser) Alejandro Espinoza: Qualitative tools for the spatial and temporal representation of marine ecosystems (Local Ecological Knowledge, Driving Forces-Pressure-State/ Impact-Responses indicators model, Loop Analysis, and Geographical Information System) (M. Wolff, U. Krumme) Wang Fei: Environmental impact and social implications of ecotourism in marine protected areas (MPA) – application of an agent-based modelling approach (H. Reuter, M. Glaser) Anita Flohr: Biogeochemical dynamics of the Namibian upwelling system, (T. Rixen) Anna Fricke: Modulating effects of UV-radiation on the succession of the tropical macro algal communities (K. Bischof) Simon Joscha Geist: Trophic position and physiological adaptations of early life stages of pelagic fish of the Northern Benguela Current upwelling system and their role in the food web (W. Ekau, A. Kunzmann, U. Saint-Paul) Hartoyo: Coastal management and socio-

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Capacity Building economic development in Segara Anakan Lagoon: scenarios for sustainable natural resource management (M. Flitner, K. Schwerdtner Máñez) Carolin Herbon: Benthic nutrient cycling in the mangrove fringed Segara Anakan Lagoon (K. Bischof, I. Nordhaus) Ingo Jänen: Saisonale Variabilität der Auswirkungen der Nährstoff- und Organikeinträge des Brantas Flusses auf die Wasserqualität und Biogeochemie der Madurastraße, Java, Indonesia (T. Jennerjahn) David Kaiser: Die Bedeutung von Mangroven für die biogeochemischem Stofftransporte in die Küstenökosysteme des Beibu Golf unter dem Einfluss anthropogener Veränderungen (D. Unger) Martina Keller: Marine protected areas – boon or bane for the Philippines small scale fishery? (M. Wolff) Germán Kopprio: Influence of climatic variability on the ecohydrology and biogeochemistry of brackish coastal lagoons (R. Lara) Wiebke Krämer: Photoecophysiology of zooxanthellae of hermatypic corals (K. Bischof, C. Richter) Lucia Herbeck: Land-based activities affecting the fluxes and transformation of nutrients and organic matter from watershed to the coastal sea (T. Jennerjahn) André Klicpera: The role of carbonate secreting organisms on sediment composition, redistribution, and modification on clastic shelves and their potential as environmental bioarchives (H. Westphal) Annika Krutwa: Small scale differences in subtidal benthic communities and succession processes between two sites of Floreana Island (Galápagos) exposed to different oceangraphic regimes as related to gradients of substrate complexity (M. Wolff)

Andreas Kubicek: Modelling Phase-shifts in coral systems (H. Reuter) Martin Lukas: Land use/land cover change and environmental governance in the Segara Anakan lagoon and its catchment area, Java, Indonesia (M. Flitner, M. Glaser) Regine Moll: Impact of benthic organisms and anthropogenic activities in the hinterland on the carbon- and nutrient-biogeochemistry in the mangrove fringed Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia (T. Jennerjahn) Jorge Enrique Paramo Granados: Deep-water fisheries in the Colombian Caribbean Sea: exploration, evaluation and habitat condition analysis that determine abundance and spatial distribution as tools fort he responsible fishing (U. Saint-Paul) Quynh Huong Pham: The coupling between vibrio and nitrogen, phosphorus dynamics in a mangrove-salt marsh ecotone (R. Lara) Tri Dewi Pribadi: Macroalgae as bioabsorbers of nutrients of aquaculture effluents (K. Bischof) Claudia Propp: Sources and fate of particulate organic matter in the sediments of the Brantas estuary, Java, Indonesia (T. Jennerjahn) Irendra Radjawali: Multi-agent social-ecological systems modelling of livelihoof strategies and governance in a coastal social-ecological system (M. Flitner, H. Reuter, M. Glaser) Alejandra Sepúlveda Lozada: Food-web dynamics in estuarine ecosystems in Southeast Gulf of Mexico using stable isotope analysis (U. Saint-Paul) Gertrud Spörl: Impact of sugar cane cultivation on biogeochemistry and phytoplankton dynamics in a tropical Lagoon and estuary in Brazil (T. Jennerjahn) Alexander Wolf: The role of benthic algae in coral reef resilience (M. Nugues)

Ongoing dissertations

Sonja Kleinertz: Fischparasiten als Bioindikatoren: zum Umweltstatus von Küstenökosystemen und einer Zackenbarschmarikultur in Indonesien, 2010 Ute Magiera: Die Besiedlung von Süßwasserlebensräumen durch Palaemonetes argentinus, Nobili 1901 (Decapoda: Caridea; Palaemonidae): Experimentelle und morphologische Untersuchungen zur

Larvalentwicklung (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul), 2009 Roberto Schwarz jr.: Composição, estrutura e abundância da ictiofauna capturada com redes de arrasto de portas na plataforma continental interna rasa do litoral do Paraná (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul), 2009

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Capacity Building Ongoing external dissertations

Lucinaldo Blandtt: Capacitação da resiliência social através de metodologias participativas: Experiências em comunidades amazônicas, (capacitation of social resilience with participatory methodologies, UFPa, Campo Universitario de Belém, Brazil (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser) Neila Cabral: O setor pesqueiro brasileiro e o desempenho das estruturas e sistemas de representação política, Universidade Federal do Pará (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser) Cleise Cordeiro da Cruz: Influence on sediment biogeochemistry on the distribution of mangrove vegetation on the Braganca Peninsula, Pará, Brazil, UFPA, Belém, Brazil (ZMT Supervisor: R. Lara) J. M. Corrêa: Influência do pulso de inundação na estrutura de comunidades de peixes em áreas de várzea no rio Tauá, Estado do Pará, UFPA, Belem, Brazil (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul) Anders Jensen-Schmidt: Recruitment biology and spatial dynamics of the mangrove crab Ucides cordatus, Federel University Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (ZMT Supervisor: K. Diele) Lualhati Lachica Aliño: Soft Bottom ecosystem bentho-pelagic coupling: the interaction of topographic and hydrographic attributes

and fisheries potentials, University of the Philippines (ZMT Supervisor: M. Wolff) Helenice Leal Risuenho dos Santos: Use of aminoacids and pyrite as indicator of redox conditions in mangrove sediment, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (ZMT Supervisor: R. Lara) Mizanur Rahman: Studies on the Sustainable Aquaculture and Reproductive Biology of Finfishes-White Spotted Spinefoot-Safi (Siganus canaliculatus) and Large Scale Mullet-Biah (Liza macrolepis) at the Umm Al-Qaiwain Lagoon of UAE, United Arab EmiratesUniversity (UAEU) (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul) Darlan Simith: Postlarval settlement and juvenile ecology of the mangrove crab Ucides cordatus, Universidade federal do Pará, Braganca, Brazil (ZMT Supervisor: K. Diele) Chia-Chi Wu: Multi-actors and multi-criteria marine protected area design in southern Penghu archipelago, Taiwan, University of Bonn (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser) Dewi Yanuarita: Coral reef and social resilience in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi, Hassanuddin University, Makkassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser)

Completed diploma and master’s theses

Anne Buhmann: Untersuchungen zum Phytoremediationspotential zweier Mangrovenarten (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann), 2009 Rebecca Carstensen: Photophysiological responses of the calcifying, green macroalga Halimeda opuntia to shifting pH regimes (ZMT Supervisor: K. Bischof), 2009 Lorenzo Franchescinis: Routine metabolic rate and critical oxygen levels of Cape horse mackerel larvae and juveniles in the Northern Benguela (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann, U. Saint-Paul), 2009 Stefanie Grass: Respiration und Kalzifizierung in Tridacna maxima und Tridacna squamosa als Funktion von Lichtintensität und Nährstoffangebot, University of Oldenburg (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann), 2009 Sebastian Kaspers: Nutritional value of the shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei fed several feed additions (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann, U. Saint-Paul), 2009

Polina Khrycheva: Anthropogenic organic contaminants in water and sediments from the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Indonesia (ZMT Supervisor: V. Ittekkot, L. Dsikowitzky), 2009 Dorothea Kohlmeier: Physiologische Effekte der Canopy-Entfernung auf die Unterwuchsalgen der Helgoländer Gezeitenzone (ZMT Supervisor: K. Bischof), 2009 Min Li: Menge und Zusammensetzung partikulärer Aminosäuren und Aminozucker in den Flüssen Wenchang und Wenjiao und ihrem Ästuar, Hainan, China (ZMT Supervisor: D. Unger, T. Jennerjahn), 2009 C. Nebel: River reef impact in Nha Trang Bay, Vietnam: The potential use of �15N/�13C isotopes as tracer of anthropogenic input in a heterogenic environment (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann, K. Bischof), 2009 Angela Scharfbillig: Ecology of two back reef areas on the southern Chinese Island Hainan (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul, U. Krumme), 2009

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Capacity Building Kim Smyla: The connection between innovations and sustainability in a globalized world, Faculty of Business Studies and Economics, Bremen University (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser), 2009 Andrea Wagner: Untersuchungen zur Stressphysiologie der Zooxanthellen aus der Riesenmuschel Tridacna spec. (ZMT Supervisor: K. Bischof, A. Kunzmann), 2009 Tianci Wang: Zeitliche und räumliche Dynamik der Fischgemeinschaft in der WenchangBucht (Ost-Hainan, Südchinesisches Meer) (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul, U. Krumme), 2009 Svenja Beilfuss: Feeding impact of herbivorous fishes on the brown alga Lobophora variegata: a species-specific approach along a depth gradient (ZMT Supervisor: K. Bischof, M. Nugues), 2010 Stephanie Czudaj: Reproductive biology, behavioural ecology and metabolic physiology of sepiolids (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul), 2010

C. Kümmel: Detection and classification for Cuvier’s beaked whale (Ziphius cavirostris) echolocation clicks from towed array recording: real-time and post-processing approaches (ZMT Supervisor: U. SaintPaul), 2010 Dominique Maier: Variabilität des Phytoplanktons im tidenbeeinflussten Wenchangästuar, Ost-Hainan, Südchinesisches Meer (ZMT Supervisor: K. Bischof, U. Krumme), 2010 Katharina Michalowski: Wachstum und trophische Stellung der subtropischen Grundel Sufflogobius bibarbatus im Nahrungsgefüge des nördlichen BenguelaAuftriebssystems (ZMT Supervisor: W. Ekau, U. Saint-Paul), 2010 Hendrik Monsees: Einfluss von Licht auf die Nitrifikation mikrobieller Biofilme auf „Lebenden Steinen“ in marinen Zierfischaufzuchtanlagen (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann), 2010

Completed diploma and master’s theses

Isabel Caamano: Temperature tolerance of cultured zooxanthellae (ZMT Supervisor: K. Bischof) Christiane Felder: Der gemeindeorientierte und partizipative Ansatz von Caritas International als Beitrag zur Katastrophenprävention in Guatemala (ZMT Supervisor: M. Flitner) Catherine Fürsich: Stomach content of the spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) juveniles in their algal phase in the South of Cayo Matias/Cuba (M. Wolff) Philipp Gorris: Nachhaltige Nutzung mariner Ressourcen: Partizipatives Management von Marine Protected Areas auf den Philippinen (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser) Zainab Husain: Analysis of factors affecting resilience towards climate change on several islands in the Spermonde Archipelago, Sulawesi, Indonesia (ZMT Supervisor: S. Ferse) Janine Jachtner: Effects of grazer exclusion and nutrient enrichment on primary algal succession and settlement potential of the benthos for corals (ZMT Supervisor: M. Nugues) Pia Kegler: On the metabolic activity of the anemonefish Amphiprion ocellaris (ZMT

Supervisor: A. Kunzmann) Roger Madrigal: Community based approaches for managing common-pool resources in Costa Rica (ZMT Supervisor: A. Schlüter) Moritz Lürig: How do elevated levels of nitrate, CO2 and temperature affect the physiology of the scleractinian corals Seriatopora hystrix and Stylophora pistillata? (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann) Sophie Martens: Traditional ecological knowledge of the fishermen in the Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser) Friedrich Meyer: The effect of ocean acidification on the survival, development and metabolism of tropical crab larvae (ZMT Supervisor: K. Diele, U. Saint-Paul) Bastian Piltz: Diversity of benthic cyanobacteria in the coral reefs of Curaçao (ZMT Supervisor: M. Nugues) Katrin Prüter: River health and diagnostic results on community health along Siak river, Sumatra, Indonesia, MSc Public Health (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser) Christian Reichel: Nutzerkonflikte und -kulturen der Segara Anakan Lagoon, West Java, Indonesien (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser)

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Bianca Risopp: Diversität, Gemeinschaftsstruktur und zeitlich-räumliche Variation von Makrobenthos in der Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java (ZMT Supervisor: M. Wolff, I. Nordhaus) George Rushingisha: Modeling Coral - Corallimorpharia interactions under varying anthropogenic inputs along the coast of Tanzania (ZMT Supervisor: H. Reuter)

Eva Suhren: River health and perceived community health along Siak river, Sumatra, Indonesia (ZMT Supervisor: M. Glaser) Berend Zacher: Photosynthese und Respiration in Tridacna maxima und Tridacna squamosa als Funktion von Lichtintensität und Nährstoffangebot (ZMT Supervisor: A. Kunzmann)

Completed bachelor’s theses

Melanie Koch: Struktur von Fischgemeinschaften in unterschiedlichen Habitaten in der Masbat Bay, Dahab, Süd-Sinai, Ägypten (ZMT Supervisor: U. Saint-Paul, M. Wolff), 2010 Janina Korting: Leaching of dissolved inorganic nutrients from mangrove leaves of the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia (ZMT Supervisor: T. Jennerjahn), 2009 Julian Rau: Analyse der Fischgemeinschaft im Wenchang-Ästuar, Ost-Hainan (Südchine-

sisches Meer), (ZMT Supervisor: U. SaintPaul), 2010 Hauke Schwieder: Comparison of the benthos community composition, regarding to sediment parameters, in two areas of the Segara Anakan Lagoon in south-central Java, Indonesia (ZMT Supervisor: I. Nordhaus), 2009

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Capacity Building Term 2007-2009 Wasistini Baitoningsih (Indonesia) Communitiy participation in designing Marine Protected Area in Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi, Indonesia (M. Glaser, G. Krause, S. Ferse) Carolina Becerra Contreras (Colombia): A framework for coastal water stress management. A case study of the western Mediterranean (M. Flitner, K. Schwerdtner Mañez) Coen Bosboom (Netherlands): Implementing Grouper mariculture as an alternative livelihood in the Marine Protected Area of Berau, East Kalimantan Indonesia (S. Ferse) Arianto Budi Santoso (Indonesia): Spatio-temporal variation of dissolved and particulate organic carbon and nutrients in Segara Anakan Lagoon, Indonesia (T. Jennerjahn, D. Unger) Antonius Freiherr von Gagern (Germany): Population dynamics and fisheries potential of the Galapagos Grouper Mycoteroperca olfax (M. Wolff, W. Ekau) Gloria Gallego (Columbia): Impacts of flow changes induced by dams on water-dependent livelihoods in the Tonle Sap, Cambodia; a gender perspective (U. Saint-Paul, K. Schwerdtner Mañez) Rachel Sapery James (Papua New Guinea): Tidal surge disaster impact NIP, PNG (W. Ekau, A. Kunzmann) Robert Eliakim Katikiro (Tanzania): Shifting environmental baselines among fishers of Tanga coastline, northeast Tanzania (K. Schwerdtner Mañez, M. Flitner) Niklas Lücke (Germany): Contributions to the nutrient budget of a modified extensive shrimp farm in India, including the application of biofilters (A. Kunzmann, K. Bischof) Angela Maria Oviedo Sabogal (Colombia): Leaf-litter production and leaching of dissolved organic carbon and dissolved inorganic nutrients in the Segara Anakan mangrove forest, Java, Indonesia (I. Nordhaus, T. Jennerjahn) Md. Harun Or Rashid (Bangladesh): Mangrovebased shrimp fry fisheries in Bangladesh: Government policies and associated socioeconomic dynamics involving fry collectors (M. Glaser, K. Schwerdtner Mañez) Janina Seemann (Germany): Adaptive processes of corals to anthropogenic impacts

with focus on lipid and protein reserves, Indonesia (K. Bischof) Mesfin Mengesha Tsegaye (Ethiopia): Heavy metal concentrations in the fish of selected Ethiopian rift valley lakes (L. Dsikowitzky) Sivartharsahn Yoganathan (Sri Lanka): Organic pollutants in benthic animals and fish from a mangrove fringed lagoon (Segara Anakan), South-Central Java, Indonesia (I. Nordhaus, L. Dsikowitzky)

ISATEC master’s theses

Term 2008-2010 Esteban Acevedo Trejos (Costa Rica): Spatial ecology of the dwarf round stingay Urotrygon nana in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica (H. Reuter, K. Bischof) Marielle Dumestre (France): An analysis of the holothurian fishery and associated socio-economic issues in the Spermonde Archipelago (South Sulawesi, Indonesia) (S. Ferse, K. Schwerdtner Máñez) Claudia Gomez Alfaro (Peru): Population dynamics and feeding ecology of seastars in the Galapagos Archipelago (M. Wolff, K. Bischof) Remjius Ngeso Gwaye (Kenia): The effect of Ligula intestinalis on the biology of Rastrineobola argentea and its implications on the economics of the fishery in Lake Victoria, Kenyan waters (W. Ekau) Manuel Jänig (Germany): Sharks in mangrovefringes habitats of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (GMR) with implications for management and conservation (K. Diele, M. Wolff, U. Saint-Paul) Julia Jantke (Germany): Transformation of fisheries practices on the Sangihe Islands, Indonesia: A social investigation (M. Flitner) Katharina Michalowski (Germany): Growth performance of the pelagic goby Sufflogobius bibarbatus in Namibian upwelling waters (W. Ekau, U. Saint-Paul) Pulakesh Mondal (Bangladesh): Evaluation of impact of co-management of a wetland on conservation of fisheries biodiversity – A case study in Ramsar site (Tanguar Haour) of Bangladesh (M. Glaser) Alexandra Ostmann (Germany): Diversity and spatial variation of meiofauna in the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia (I. Nordhaus)

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Maricela Rodriguez Gongora (Colombia): Abiotic and biotic factors controlling the distribution and abundance of macroalgae in proproots of mangrove on the Caeté estuary, Brazil (U. Krumme, M. Teichberg) Liesa-Marlena von Essen (Germany): Assessment of sea cucumber farming as an alternative source of income for the local community in Likupang area, North Sulawesi, Indonesia (A. Kunzmann, M. Glaser, S. Ferse) Daniel Wangpraseurt (Germany): The in situ microenvironment of corals and benthic algae: Assessing coral-algal interactions on a micron scale (M. Nugues, K. Bischof)

Term 2009-2011 Regina Therese Bacalso (Philippines): Investigating fisheries impacts of illegal/destructive fishing operations in a municipal fishery in the Danajon Bank, North-Western Bohol, Philippines (M. Wolff) Kathryn Berry (Canada): Heavy metal accumulation in scleractinian corals from Almirante Bay, Panama (M. Nugues) Lorel Dandava (Papua New Guinea): Preliminary socioeconomic impact assessment of the marine aquarium trade on fishing communities: a Papua New Guinea case study (W. Ekau, K. Schwerdtner Máñez) Kalvis Grinvalds (Latvia): Influence of lunar and diel dynamics on a tidal creek fish community in a mangrove estuary from Trang province, Thailand (U. Krumme) Daniela Grunder (Switzerland): Variations in mercury accumulation in the shrimp species Xiphopenaeus kroyeri from the Northeastern Coast of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil (L. Dsikowitzky) H.M. Moniruzzaman (Bangladesh): Female contribution from homestead aquaculture to family livelihood in south-west coastal districts of Bangladesh (M. Glaser) Adilah Ponnurangam (Tanzania): Biogeochemical characterization of the sources of carbon and nutrient input in the Brantas River, estuary and coastal waters of Madura Strait, Java, Indonesia (T. Jennerjahn) Ario Putra (Indonesia): Successional patterns on Porites sp. predated by Acanthaster sp.: A Coral quadrat photo analysis on Derawan Island, Sangalaki Island, and Kakaban Island (Berau, East of Kalimantan) (M. Nugues)

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Hans Sloterdijk (Canada): On the distribution and biological characteristics of the alien mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) in a South African Ramsar wetland (W. Ekau) Paul Mboya Tuda (Kenia): Temporal and spatial patterns in the abundance, feeding and reproduction of Lile stolifera (Jordan & Gilbert 1882) in the intertidal mangrove of Bahía Málaga, Pacific Colombia (U. Krumme) Kibru Teshome Zeleke (Ethiopia): The temporal variation in physico-chemical characteristics, planktonic biomass, diversity and primary productivity in three crater lakes in Ethiopia (K. Bischof) Cephas Kwesi Zu (Ghana): Assessment of age, growth and food habit of the blackchinned tilapia, Sarotherodon melanotheron (Rüppell, 1852) from two lagoons in Ghana (W. Ekau)

Public Relations Faust – geteilt durch zwei mal 57 / Die Norddeutsche, 4 Feb 2009 Meeresforschung im Wandel / Weser Kurier, 7 Mar 2009 Manchmal sehne ich mich nach dem offenen Meer / Nordsee-Zeitung, 15 Mar 2009 „Ich wollte etwas bewegen“ – Forscher, Lehrer, Botschafter und Macher: Prof. Gotthilf Hempel feierte seinen 80. Geburtstag / Kieler Nachrichten, 8 Apr 2009 Tangled Up in a Global Net / The Jakarta Post, 23 Apr 2009 Immer mehr Meer bedroht – Erste Welt-OzeanKonferenz gegen Klimawandel / zdf.de, 11 May 2009 Heute zu Gast: Matthias Wolff / Weser Kurier, 11 May 2009 SPICE – Deutsches Know-How beim Küstenschutz in Indonesien / greenpeace-magazin. de, 12 May 2009 Meeresschutz im Mittelpunkt von OzeanKonferenz / dpa, 12 May 2009 Experten brechen Lanze für Korallen, Fische und giftige Seeschlangen / morgenweb.de, 12 May 2009 Welt-Ozean-Konferenz: Positive Programme für die Rettung der Meere / zeit.de, 12 May 2009 Riesige Korallenregion in Gefahr / focus.de, 13 May 2009 Bremer forschen an Indonesiens Küste – Arbeit der Tropenökologen soll helfen, Mangrovenwälder und andere wertvolle Lebensräume zu erhalten / Weser Kurier, 19 May 2009 Wissenschaftlerin, Weltenbummlerin und Grenzgängerin – Gesche Krause ist fast taub. Ihrer Forschung in den Tropen tut das keinen Abbruch / Leibniz Journal May 2009 Schwämme sind wahre Tausendsassa / dpa, 12 June 2009 Auf den Spuren Charles Darwins / Magazin Deutschland, 6 July 2009 Artenschutz auf Galápagos / Weser Kurier, 20 July 2009 Meeresforschung an den Küsten Kolumbiens / Oberhessische Zeitung, 23 July 2009 Bremer legen Lehrbuch vor / Weser Kurier, 27 July 2009 Ausstellung fragt: Muß Bremen umziehen? / Weser Kurier, 17 Aug 2009 Auch Algen helfen beim Klimaschutz – Ausstellung im Haus der Wissenschaft liefert

eine Fülle von Informationen rund ums Thema globale Erwärmung / Weser Kurier, 21 Aug 2009 Korallen als Klimaarchiv / Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 731, Sep 2009 Gratwanderung zwischen den Welten – Junge Bremer Wissenschaflterin engagiert sich gegen Bombenfischerei in Indonesien / Nordwest-Zeitung, 10 Oct 2009 Was Flüsse ins Meer tragen – Bremer Tropenökologen untersuchen, wie sich der Einfluss des Menschen auf Lebensräume auswirkt / Weser Kurier, 16 Oct 2009 Ins Blaue hinein – Das Meer, der größte Lebensraum auf Erden und der am wenigsten erforschte / Regjo II / 2009 Fixing the fishing fiasco / young-germany.de, 2 Dec 2009 Besuch bei Meeresforschern / Weser Kurier, 5 Feb 2010 Das Great Barrier Reef in Australien – Eine Reise zum Unterwasser-Wunder am anderen Ende der Welt / Berliner Zeitung, 10 Apr 2010 Warum Mangrovenbäume so wichtig sind – Tropische Wälder beherbergen viele Tierarten und tragen zum Küstenschutz bei / Weser Kurier, 13 Apr 2010 Angst vor der Ölkatastrophe – Gesunkene Bohrinsel / Focus online, 23 Apr 2010 Bohrinsel-Absinken: Umweltbombe im Golf von Mexiko – Flora und Fauna von Meer und Küste von gigantischer Ölpest bedroht / pte – Pressetext Nachrichtenagentur, 24 Apr 2010 Umweltkatastrophe – Wird die Bohrinsel zum Korallenriff? / dpa, 28 Apr 2010 Feuer soll US-Küste vor Ölteppich retten / dpa, 28 Apr 2010 Wer kann die schwarze Pest noch stoppen / Abendzeitung, 28 Apr 2010 US-Küstenwache will Ölteppich teilweise abbrennen / Die Welt, 29 Apr 2010 Drohende Ölpest in den USA – Flammenexperiment mit ungewissem Ausgang / Spiegel online, 29 Apr 2010 Umweltkatastrophe verhindern – Küstenwache entzündet Öl / www.n-tv.de, 29 Apr 2010 Interview: „Öl könnte gesamtes Ökosystem zerstören“/ Kölnische Rundschau / Bergische Landeszeitung, 29 Apr 2010 Ölteppich bedroht ganze Ökosysteme / Badische Zeitung, 30 Apr 2010

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Ölteppich im Golf von Mexiko – Auch Anzünden hilft nicht / Die Welt, 30 Apr 2010 Beginnt jetzt das große Tier-Sterben? Öl-Teppich im Golf von Mexiko erreicht US-Küste / Bild, 30 Apr 2010 Bohrinsel-Untergang – USA haben den Kampf gegen die Ölpest verloren / Berliner Morgenpost, 30 Apr 2010 Golf von Mexiko – Ölkrise im Ökosystem / Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, 30 Apr 2010 Gefahr für Korallen / Morgen Web, 30 Apr 2010 Four-sight! When they can spot food above and below water at the same time Anableps anableps should never go hungry / Practical Fishkeeping, May 2010 Öhlbohr-Unfall: Die Angst vor dem Super-Gau / Focus online, 3 May 2010 Ölpest vor Louisiana – Erreicht der Ölteppich noch den Atlantik? / Zeit online, 4 May 2010 Ökologische Folgen der Ölpest – Bedrohte Mangroven an der amerikanischen Südstaaten-Küste / Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 5 May 2010 Verfahren zur Ölpest-Bekämpfung – Abbrennen, sprühen und saugen für die Umwelt / tagesschau.de, 5 May 2010 Ölkatastrophe im Golf von Mexiko – Todesstoß für das Mississippi-Delta? / www.utopia.de, 21 May 2010 „Abenteuer Wissen: Korallenriffe” – ZDFWissenschaftsmagazin über bedrohte Unterwasserwelten / presseportal.de, 25 May 2010 Korallen aus dem Labor – Wissenschaftler entdecken besonders resistente Korallen / ZDF.de, 26 May 2010 Ölkatastrophe verändert Ökosysteme – Unglück am Golf von Mexiko wirkt sich in vielfältiger Weise auf die Tier- und Pflanzenwelt der Region aus / Weser Kurier, 2 June 2010 An Touristenstränden wächst die Sorge vor dem Öl / Die Welt, 4 June 2010 Das Öl, der Strand und der Tod / Berliner Morgenpost, 6 June 2010 Das Ausmaß der Umweltkatastrophe / Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, 25 June 2010 Ölpest im Golf von Mexiko – So groß ist das Unglück / Frankfurter Rundschau, 27 June 2010 Prinzip Hoffnung / Berliner Zeitung, 28 June 2010 Neues Leben für kranke Riffe / dpa, 1 July 2010

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Public Relations Mangrove: Nutzpflanze statt Ödnis – Forschung zeigt ökologisch wichtige Funktion der Küstenpflanze / pressetext, 8 Nov 2010 Rückkehr der Mangrovenwälder spart viel Geld / Der Standard (Österreich), 8 Nov 2010 Schatzkammer der Natur – Mangroven zählen zu den produktivsten Lebensräumen / Weser Kurier, 12 Nov 2010

Tief im Meer blüht das Leben – Wissenschaftler stoßen westlich von Afrika auf ein Ökosystem mit farbenprächtigen Kaltwasserkorallen / Weser Kurier, 17 Nov 2010 Rare Cold Water Coral Ecosystem Discovered Off Coast of Mauritania / sciencedaily.com, 15 Nov 2010

Press review

15 May 2009 – Bayern 2: IQ – Wissenschaft und Forschung, 6:05 pm, „Schutz für wertvolles Unterwassergebiet“ (Report about the “World Oceans Conference” in Manado / Indonesia, interview with Y. Sawall) 15 May 2009 – NDR Info: Mittagsecho, 1:05 pm (Report about the “World Oceans Conference” in Manado / Indonesia and the SPICE project, interview with T. Jennerjahn) 6 July 2009 – Center TV: Stadtgespräch, 7:00 pm, „Umweltveränderungen an Indonesiens Küste“ (Interview with T. Jennerjahn and S. Ferse about their research in the frame of the SPICE project), rebroadcast on 11 July at 5:00 pm, on 12 July at 7:00 pm 20 July 2009 – Radiobremen – Nordwestradio: Kultur-Journal, 6:08 pm, „Symposium zum Schutz der Galápagos-Inseln“ (Interview with M. Wolff about the Darwin-Symposium on the Galápagos Islands) 10 Aug 2009 – Radiobremen – Bremen Eins: Der Mittag, 1:40 pm (Interview with K. Diele about the Darwin-Symposium on the Galápagos Islands) 6 Sep 2009 – Deutsche Welle TV: Projekt Zukunft, „Kluge Köpfe: die Meeresbiologin Mirta Teichberg“ (Portrait of young researcher M. Teichberg, Jungwissenschaftlerin and her work at the ZMT) 7 Sep 2009 – WDR 5: Leonardo, 4:05 pm, (Report about research in the Spermonde Archipelago in the frame of the SPICE project) 9 Sep 2009 – Bayern 2: Radiomikro, 6:30 pm, „Das Leben auf der Cinta Laut“ (Interview with S. Ferse about work on a research vessel) 11 Oct 2009 – Bremen Vier: Zebra Vier forscht, 9:45 am (Interview with S. Ferse about his research on coral reefs)

25 Nov 2009 – Bayern 2: IQ – Wissenschaft und Forschung, 6:05 pm, „Korallen in Gefahr – Die Lebensgrundlage indonesischer Fischer“ (Feature about an expedition in Cluster 6 of the SPICE project, Interviews with S. Ferse and I. Radjawali) 11 Dec 2009 – MDR: LexiTV – Das Wissensmagazin, 2:30 pm, „Exoten unter Wasser – ein Tauchgang im Roten Meer“ (Report about the discovery of a new giant clam species), rerun 12.12. at 7:40 15 Mar 2010 – Bayern 2: radioWissen, 9:05 am, „Korallen in Gefahr- Warum Fischer in Indonesien ihre eigene Lebensgrundlage zerstören“ (Feature about an expedition in Cluster 6 of the SPICE project), rebroadcast on 15 Mar at 3:05 pm 3 May 2010 – WDR Radio: 1Live, 10:00 am (Live interview with W. Ekau about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico) 3 May 2010 – Phoenix TV: Vor Ort, 1:15 pm (Live interview with W. Ekau about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico) 4 May 2010 – Schweizer Radio DRS3: Morgen-sendung, 7:20 am (Interview with W. Ekau about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico) 26 May 2010 – ZDF: Abenteuer Wissen, 10:15 pm, Bedrohte Unterwasserwelten (Report about the research on reff reconstruction of S. Ferse and Y. Sawall) 26 May 20 – Phoenix: Der Tag, 11:00 pm (Interview with W. Ekau about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico) 5 June 2010 – ARTE TV, 10:15 am, „Mangroven – Bedrohte Küstenwälder in Brasilien“ (Report about the MADAM project) 15 June 2010 – Radiobremen TV / NDR: Ansichten, 6:45 pm, „Tiefer Blick ins Meer“ (Interview with S. Ferse about his research in coral reef ecology)

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Press releases Web news items

20 July 2010 – ZDF: Natürlich Steffens! 10:45 pm, „Der Regenwald der Ozeane“ (Interview with S. Ferse and Y. Sawall about endangered coral reefs and their work at ZMT) 2 Aug 2010 – Radiobremen: Nachrichten (News about the German-Chinese Summer School) 4 Aug 2010 - Nordwestradio: Kultur Journal, 6:08 pm (Interview with P. Westhaus-Ekau about the German-Chinese Summer School) 5 Aug 2010 – WDR 1LIVE (Interview with W. Ekau about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico) 6 Aug 2010 – Center TV: Weserzeit, 6:00 pm (Interview with P. Westhaus-Ekau about the German-Chinese Summer School) 11 Aug 2010 – Radiobremen TV / NDR: An-

sichten, 6:45 pm, „Tief im Meer – Meeresbiologin Yvonne Sawall zu Gast“ (Interview with Y. Sawall about her work on coral reef ecology) 7 Sep 2010 – ZDF: Mittagsmagazin, 1:00 pm (Statement of S. Ferse about the dying corals in South East Asia) 7 Sep 2010 – ZDF: heute, 12:00 noon (Statement of S. Ferse about the dying corals in South East Asia) 29 Sep 2010 – SAT1 Regional, 5:30 pm, „Korallen vom Aussterben bedroht“ (Report about S. Ferses work on coral reef ecology) 5 Nov 2010 – DRadio Wissen, „Zehn-JahresProjekt untersucht Funktion der Mangrovenwälder“ (News about the new book on the MADAM project)

Neues Lehrbuch zu aquatischen Ökosystemen der Tropen, 15 July 2009 Darwin-Jahr 2009: Internationales Symposium auf den Galápagos Inseln, 17 July 2009 Indonesische Gäste zur beruflichen Weiterbildung am ZMT, 21 Oct 2009 Neues Zentrum für die Deutsch-Chinesische Kooperation in den Meereswissenschaften, 27 Jan 2010 Indonesische Gäste zur beruflichen Weiterbildung am ZMT, 15 Feb 2010 Besuch des chinesischen Botschafters am ZMT, 26 Feb 2010 Dr. Agostino Merico appointed new Professor for Ecological Modelling, 11 Mar 2010 Dr. Achim Schlüter übernimmt eine Professur für „Soziale Systeme und Ökologische Ökonomik“ am ZMT, 15 Apr 2010

SPICE II – Science for the Protection of Indonesian Coastal Marine Ecosystems (flyer, series “Projects”), 2009

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Ölkatastrophe im Golf von Mexiko: ein Interview, 5 May 2010 Chairman of the Indonesian National Research Council at the ZMT, 16 June 2010 Auf der Spur des Choleraerregers, 15 July 2010 Deutsch-Chinesische Sommerschule am ZMT, 30 July 2010 Meeresforschung im Land Bremen – eine Ausstellung, 24 Sep 2010 PD Dr. Christian Wild übernimmt eine Professur für „Marine Ökologie/Riffökologie“ am ZMT, 27 Oct 2010 Mangroven – Ödnis oder ökologisches Multitalent?, 4 Nov 2010 Wechsel an der Spitze des LeibnizZentrums für Marine Tropenökologie, 2 Dec 2010

Three-Year Report (2006-2008), 2009 ZMT flyer, ger. and eng. versions, 2010

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18 Mar 2009, poster exhibition („Forschung für Nachhaltigkeit“) at a symposium of the parliamentary party CDU about research cooperation with developing countries 4 Apr 2009, talk by K. Schwerdtner-Máñez: „Segara Anakan – Das Kind des Meeres. Vom Verschwinden einer Lagune auf Java“, Wissen um 11, Haus der Wissenschaft, Bremen 23 Apr 2009, Girls’ Day at the ZMT with a program about research on tropical marine orgenisms 11 May 2009, talk by M. Wolff: „Die Darwin Research Station auf den Galápagos Inseln. Forschung und Maßnahmen zum Schutz der einzigartigen Ökosysteme“, special event within the framework of Darwin Year, Übersee-Museum, Bremen 19 Aug – 20 Nov 2009, exhibition „Muß Bremen umziehen?“ at the Haus der Wissenschaft with an exhibit of the ZMT showing climate research on coral cores 14 Sep 2009, „Um Welt“, panel discussion in the frame of „Um Natur“, Schwankhalle, Bremen, participant: T. Jennerjahn 17 Sep 2009, „Zerstört Klimawandel Entwicklung?“, panel discussion in the frame of „Eine Welt – eine Zukunft“ in Berlin, participant: I. Radjawali

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18 Sep 2009, visit of the 8th grade of the Kaiser-Friedrich Gymnasium in Bremen, guided tour through the ZMT 22 Apr 2010, Girls’ Day at the ZMT with a workshop about tropical marine organisms 30 Apr – 1 Aug 2010, exhibition „Kalte Zeiten – Warme Zeiten“ about climate change at the Oldenburger Landesmuseum Natur und Mensch with an exhibit of the ZMT showing climate research on coral cores 25 Feb 2010, talk of S. Ferse: „Korallenriffe – bedrohte Wildnis tropischer Meere“, Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg, course of lectures “Ocean Talk” 27 June 2010, talk „Die indonesische See im Zeichen des globalen Wandels“ by T. Rixen, Indonesische Botschaft, Berlin 2 - 3 Oct 2010, exhibition „Meeresforschung im Land Bremen“ within the framework of the „Tag der Deutschen Einheit“ in Bremen, Überseestadt, together with other marine research institutions 8 Dec 2010, talk „Was geht es uns an, ob ein Korallenriff funktioniert und wie?“ Christian Wild, Paleontology Museum Munich

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ZMT Staff Scientific staff

Baer, Andreas Baum, Antje Baumgart, Anne Borell, Esther Michaela Brandt, Dr. Gunnar Diele, Dr. Karen Ekau, Dr. Werner Ferse, Dr. Sebastian Flohr, Anita Dsikowitzky, Dr. Larissa Geist, Simon Glaser, Dr. Marion Grote, Britta Herbeck, Lucia (geb. Krupp) Herbon, Carolin Hohn, Dr. Sönke Ittekkot, Dr. Venugopalan Jänen, Ingo Jantzen, Carin Jennerjahn, PD Dr. Tim Clemens Jessen, Christian Kaiser, David Keyl, Dr. Friedemann Kleinertz, Sonja Kovacs, Csilla Krause, Dr. Gesche Krumme, Dr. Uwe Krutwa, Annika Kubicek, Andreas

Kunzmann, Dr. Andreas Lara, PD Dr. Rubén Jose Lukas, Martin Merico, Prof. Dr. Agostino Moll, Regine (geb. Herrmann) Nordhaus, Dr. Inga Nugues, Dr. Maggy Oxmann, Dr. Julian Prediger, Sebastian Propp, Claudia Quéré, Gaëlle Radjawali, Irendra Reuter, PD Dr. Hauke Rixen, Dr. Tim Roder, Cornelia Saint-Paul, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Sawall, Yvonne Schlüter, Prof. Dr. Achim Schmidt, Gertraud Schwerdtner Máñez, Dr. Kathleen Spörl, Gertrud Taylor, Dr. Marc Hollis Teichberg, Dr. Mirta Unger, Dr. Daniela Vollan, Dr. Björn Westphal, Prof. Dr. Hildegard Wild, Prof. Dr. Christian Wolf, Alexander Thomas Wolff, Prof. Dr. Matthias

Non-scientific staff

Birkicht, Dipl. Ing. Matthias Boehme, Gabriele Brandt, Christian Bröhl, Stefanie Maria Dasbach, Dorothee Dobat, Dipl. Umweltbiol. Kristina Eickhoff, Dr. Susanne Eilemann, Silke (geb. Meyerholz) Funke, Dipl. Ing. Tobias Fromm, Christina Hackmack, Holger Harms, Corinna Käpnick, Petra Lutz, Christoph Mehnert, Nicole Meyer-Schlösser, Britta Müller, Katja Opitz, Ilona Peterke, Dieter Pint, Ulrich Plettner, Dr. Ina Rau, Thomas

Rick, Dr. Silke Sanz Jannke, Francisca Isabel Schnack, Dr. Christiane Schultz, Dr. Claudia Selent, Dr. Ursel Stalling, Annika Staschok, Brigitte Staschok, Christina Stefes, Carola Waldthausen, Constanze von Westhaus-Ekau, Dr. Petra Wiebe, Swetlana Yéyi, Dipl. Ing. Epiphane

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Memberships European Project on Ocean Acidification Consortium (EPOCA) Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie – gtö Informationsdienst Wissenschaft – idw – e.V., Bayreuth Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) Konsortium Deutsche Meeresforschung (KDM) Zentrum für Marine Umweltwisschenschaften (MARUM)

Nordwest-Verbund Meeresforschung e.V., Bremen Unifreunde - Freunde der Universität Bremen und der International University Bremen e.V. Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (WGL) Wittheit zu Bremen

Memberships of the ZMT

BMBF-Review Panel on “Integrated Management of German Coasts” (V. Ittekkot) Deutsche Sektion der Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) (T. Jennerjahn) German Delegation to UNESCO-IOC (Capacity Building) (V. Ittekkot) ICES-Working Group on Marine Shellfish Cultivation (WGMASC) (G. Krause) ICSU (International Council for Science) – SCOR (Scientific Committee on Ocean Research) Capacity Building (V. Ittekkot, Chair; W. Ekau)

ICSU-SCOPE (Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment) Germany (V. Ittekkot, Chair) International Hydrological Programme (IHP), UNESCO, Ecohydrology Working Group, (R. Lara) Scientific Steering Committee of the LandOcean Interaction in the Coastal Zone (LOICZ) Programme (IGBP-IHDP) (M. Glaser) SCOR Executive Committee (V. Ittekkot) SCOR Working Group 128 Hypoxia (V. Ittekkot, W. Ekau)

Representations in committees

Amazoniana (U. Saint-Paul) Archaeopteryx (H. Westphal) Ecotropica – An International Journal of Tropical Ecology (U. Saint-Paul) Journal of Applied Ichthyology (U. Saint-Paul, U. Krumme) Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics U. Saint-Paul)

Journal for Marine and Petroleum Geology (H. Westphal) Panamerican Journal for Aquatic Science (Permanent Advisory Committee, K. Diele) Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment (R. Lara) Wetlands Ecology and Management (R. Lara)

Memberships in editorial boards

German Society for Marine Research (DGM), Vice-President (W. Ekau) Gesellschaft für Marine Aquakultur mbH (GMA), Büsum, Council Member (A. Kunzmann) Geologische Vereinigung, Board Member (H. Westphal) International Association of Sedimentologists, Council Member (H. Westphal)

IOI, Chair of Committee of Directors (W. Ekau) IOI, Director of the Operational Centre Germany (W. Ekau) IOI, Member of the Governing Board (W. Ekau)

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Committees ZMT Board of Trustees

ZMT International Scientific Advisory Board

ZMT PhD Students’ Representatives

ZMT Works Council

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Dr. Walter Dörhage, Senatorin für Bildung und Wissenschaft, Bremen (Chairman) Prof. Dr. Rolf Drechsler, Konrektor der Universität Bremen PD Dr. Dirk Hebbeln, Universität Bremen, Bremen

Gerlind Schütte, WFB Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen MinRat Reinhold Ollig, BMBF, Bonn (until 2010) Dr. habil. Alexander Ziegler-Jöns, Jacobs University, Bremen (as of 2010)

Prof. Dr. Bodo von Bodungen, Institut für Ostseeforschung, Warnemünde, Germany (Chairman) Prof. Dr. Rolf P.M. Bak, Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Den Burg, Texel, Netherlands Prof. Dr. Bernhard Glaeser, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), Germany Prof. Dr. Brian MacKenzie, Technical University of Denmark, Charlottenlund, Denmark

Prof. Ernesto Medina, Centro de Ecologie y Ciencias Ambientales, Caracas, Venezuela Prof. Dr. John Milliman, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA Prof. Liana Talaue-McManus, University of Miami, Miami, USA Prof. Dr. Gerold Wefer, MARUM, Bremen, Germany Prof. Dr. Francisco Werner, Direktor, NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla, USA

Regine Moll

Claudia Propp

Gaby Boehme (Chair) Christian Brandt (Deputy Chair) Simon Geist Dieter Peterke

PD Dr. Hauke Reuter Carola Stefes Epiphane Yéyi

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List of Acronyms ABEQUA Associação Brasileira de Estudos do Quaternário (Brazil) ABF Angola Benguela Front ACEMON Managing Aquatic Coastal Ecosystems of Monsoon Asia ACQUIN Akkreditierungs-, Certifizierungsund Qualitätssicherungs-Institut e.V AGEP Arbeitsgemeinschaft entwicklungsländerbezogener PostgraduiertenProgramme AGU American Geophysical Union AIF Arbeitsgemeinschaft Industrieller Forschung AIMS Australian Institute of Marine Science ALFA-COSTA América Latina Formación Académica – Coastal Sustainable Management of Tropical America A&M Agricultural and Mechanical AMB Arbeitsgemeinschaft Meereskundlicher Bibliotheken ARTEC Das Forschungszentrum Zentrum und Technik (Bremen) ASEAMS Association of Southeast Asian Marine Scientists ASEAN Association of South-East Asian Nations ASLO American Society for Limnology and Oceanography ATBC Association for the Tropical Biology and Conservation ATSAF Arbeitsgemeinschaft Tropische und Subtropische Agrarforschung e.V. (now BEAF: Beratungsgruppe Entwicklungsorientierte Agrarforschung) ATSEF Arafura and Timor Seas Expert Forum AU Anna University Chennai (India) AWI Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polarund Meeresforschung (Bremerhaven, Potsdam, Sylt und Helgoland) BAH Biologische Anstalt Helgoland BBN Bremen Business Net BCGC, BENEFIT Committee for German Cooperation BCC Benguela Current Commission BEAF Beratungsgruppe Entwicklungsorientierte Agrarforschung BEG Bremer ExistenzGründungsinitiative BENEFIT Benguela Environment Fisheries Interaction & Training Programme BEO Projektträger des BMBF, Biologie,

Energie und Ökologie Bundesforschungsanstalt für Fischerei (Hamburg, Rostock) BGR Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (Hannover) BHU Bng Hatta University (Padang, Indonesia) BIA Bremer Innovations-Agentur BIG Bremer Investitionsgesellschaft BITZ Bremer Innovations- und Technologiezentrum BIOACID Biological Impact of Ocean Acidification BIOLOG Biodiversität und Globaler Wandel BIOME Global Biome Mapping Project BIOTA Biodiversity Monitoring Transect Analysis in Africa BIS Bremerhavener Investitions- und Stadtentwicklungsgesellschaft BLE Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung BMBF Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung BMVEL Bundesministerium für Verbraucherschutz, Ernährung und Landwirtschaft BMWA Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Arbeit BMWI Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie BMZ Bundesministerium für Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung BPPT Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (Indonesia) BRAMS Brantas-Madura-Strait Biogeochemistry B.Sc. Bachelor of Science BSH Bundesamt für Seeschiffahrt und Hydrographie (Hamburg, Rostock) Can Gio Ecosystem functioning of rehabilitated versus natural mangroves in the Can Gio Reserve, (Vietnam – Can Gio-Projekt) CAPES Coordenação de Aperfliçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior, Ministério da Educaçao (Brazil) CARMABI Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity (Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles) CATIE Center for Tropical Agronomy Research and Teaching (Costa Rica) CAU Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel BFAFi

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List of Acronyms CCM

Center for Coastal Management (Newcastle) CCMAR Algarve Marine Sciences Centre (Faro, Portugal) CCMRS Centre for Coastal and Marine Resources Studies (Indonesia) CCRF Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries CCRR Center for Coral Reef Research (Indonesia) CDG Carl-Duisberg-Gesellschaft CEMarin Center of Excellence in Marine Sciences cenTER Centre for Tropical Ecosystems Research (Aarhus, Denmark) CENSOR, Climate variability and El Niño Southern Oscillation: Implications for natural coastal Resources and management CeSIA Leibniz Center for Sustainability Impact Assesment CESS Centre for Earth Science Studies (India) CGK Cordes-Graefe-Kluncker (Bremen) CGRFA Commision on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture CHM Clearing House Mechanism (Canada) CIBNOR Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste (Mexico) CICESE Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada (CICESE) (Baja California) CIAD Centro De Investigación En Alimentación Y Desarrollo (Mexico) CIM Centro de Investigaciones Marinas (Cuba) CIMAR Centro de Investigacion en Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia (Costa Rica) CIP Centro des Investigaciones Pesqueras (Cuba) CIS Crab Information System CITMA Ministerio de Ciencias, Tecnologia y medio Ambiente (Cuba) CMTT Continental Margin Task Team CNPq Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Cientifica e Tecnológico (Brazil) CNPS Carbon Nitrogen Phosphorus Sulfur CoF College of Fisheries (India) Corelab Coastal Research Laboratory (Kiel) CSA Cambridge Scientific Abstracts CZM-C Coastal Zone Management Centre (Den Haag)

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DAAD, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst DATZ Deutsche Aquarien- und Terrarien Zeitung DBU Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt DDP Deutscher Depeschendienst DDR Deutsche Demokratische Republik DED Deutscher Entwicklungshilfedienst DEKLIM Deutsches Klimaforschungsprogramm DEKLIMC Deutsches Klimaforschungsprogramm, Teil C DFG Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFN Deutsches Forschungsnetz DFOR Deutsches Forum für Entwicklungsorientierte Forschung DG Directorate-General of the European Commission DGH Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humanökologie DGM Deutsche Gesellschaft für Meeresforschung DIVERSITAS An International Programme of Biodiversity Science DKP Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (Indonesia) DLR Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. DRN Indonesian National Research Council DSE Deutsche Stiftung für internationale Entwicklung DSS Decision Support System DTU Technical University of Denmark DWK Deutsche Wissenschaftliche Kommission für Meeresforschung DZG Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft EAOG European Association of Organic Geochemists EAS European Aquaculture Society ECNU East China Normal University ECOMARES Ecological Marine Recirculation Systems ECOSUR El Colegio de la Frontera Sur (Mexico) EDFAM European Decapod Fisheries: Assessment and Management EDV Elektronische Datenverarbeitung EEAA Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency (Egypt) EFMS European Federation of Marine Science and Technology Societies EIOT Equatorial Indian Ocean Trapp ENAAM Encontro Nacional de Educacao

List of Acronyms Ambiental em Àreas Manguezais (Brazil) ENSO El Niño-Southern Oscillation EPOCA European Project on Ocean Acidification Consortium EPD European Pollen Database ESA Ecological Society of America ESEE European Society for Ecological Economics ESRC Economic and Social Research Council ETFERN European Tropical Forest Research Network ETM Enhanced Thematic Mapper EU European Union FAO Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations FB Fachbereich FB-Rat Fachbereichsrat FCCC Framework Convention on Climate Change FHB Freie Hansestadt Bremen FIAS Flow Injection Analysis System FIEMA Feira Internacional de Tecnologia para o Meio (Brazil) FIP Forschungs- und Infrastrukturplan der FHB FON Field of Neighbourhood FONA Forschung für Nachhaltigkeit FORCE Future of Coral Reefs in a Changing Environment FRS Fisheries Research Ship FS Forschungsschiff FTZ Forschungs- und Technologiezentrum Westküste der ChristianAlbrechts-Universität zu Kiel FUB Freie Universität Berlin FUNTEC Fundação de Tecnologia Florestal e Geoprocessamento (Brazil) GAIA Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society GAMSLIC/AMB German Association of Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers GATE Guide to Academic Training and Education GBV Gemeinsamer Bibliotheksverbund GENUS Geochemistry and Ecology of the Namibia Upwelling System GEO Geowissenschaften der Universität Bremen GESAMP Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection

GfÖ GFZ GIACT GIGA GIS GITEWS GIWA GIZ GLOMAR GKSS

GMA GMA GMRC GTÖ HdW HfK HHUD HPLC HTML HWK IACRS IADO IAMRI IAMSLIC

IAS IB IBAU IC ICBM ICDDR,B ICES ICOPA

Gesellschaft für Ökologie GeoForschungsZentrum (Potsdam) Gestion Integrada de Areas Costeras Tropicales Leibniz-Institut für globale und regionale Studien Geographisches Informationssystem German-Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System Global International Waters Assessment Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit Global Change in the Marine Realm Gesellschaft für Kernenergieverwertung in Schiffbau und Schifffahrt mbH (Geesthacht) Global Marine Assessment Gesellschaft für Marine Aquakultur mbH, Büsum Guangxi Mangrove Research Centre (Beihai, P.R. China) Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie Haus der Wissenschaften (Bremen) Hochschule für Künste (Bremen) Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf High Performance Liquid Chromatography Hypertext Markup Language Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst Indonesian Association for Coral Reef Studies Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía International Association of Marinerelated Institutions International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers International Association of Sedimentologists Internationales Büro des BMBF Ingenieurbüro für Aquakultur und Umwelttechnik (Beelitz-Elsholz) Ionenchromatographie Institut für Chemie und Biology des Meeres (Oldenburg) International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research (Bangladesh) International Council for the Exploration of the Sea International Congress of Parasitology

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List of Acronyms ICP-OES Induktiv gekoppeltes Plasma (Inductively-Coupled-Plasma) mit optischer-Emmisions-Spektrometrie ICRI International Coral Reef Initiative ICSU International Council for Science ICZM Integrated Coastal Zone Management IdO Instituto de Oceanología (Cuba) IDW Informationsdienst Wissenschaft IECA Instituto de Ecología y Ciencias Ambientales IEE Institute for Ecological Economics (University of Maryland, USA) IfBM Institut für Biogeochemie und Meereschemie der University of Hamburg IfM Institut für Meereskunde (Kiel) IfM-GEOMAR Leibniz-Institut für Meereswissenschaften an der Universität Kiel IGBP International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme IGV Institut für Getreideverarbeitung GmbH (Bergholz-Rehbrücke) IHDP International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change IHF Institut für Hydrobiologie und Fischereiwissenschaft der University of Hamburg IHP International Hydrological Programme IKT Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie ILAR Improved Larval Rearing IMARPE Instituto del Mar del Peru (Peru) IMBER Integrated Marine Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem Research IMOG International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry IMR Institute of Marine Research (Norway) IMS Institute of Marine Sciences (Tanzania) INASEA Institut für nachhaltige Aktivitäten auf See (Cuxhaven) INCO Iranian National Center for Oceanography (Iran) INCO-DEV International Cooperation in the Field of Research and Technological Development INIDEP Instituto Nacional de Investigacion y Desarrollo Pesquero (Argentina) InnoWi Innovation für die Wirtschaft INPA Insituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (Brazil)

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International Union for Quaternary Research INSMET Instituto de Meteorología Ministerio de Ciencia Tecnología y Medio Ambiente de la República de Cuba (Cuba) INVEMAR Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras (Colombia) InWent Internationale Weiterbildung und Entwicklung gemeinnützige GmbH IOC Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission IOI International Ocean Institute (Malta) IOM Institute for Ocean Management (India) IOW Institut für Ostseeforschung (Warnemünde) IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPB Fisheries Faculty of Bogor University (Indonesia) IPN Leibniz-Institut für die Pädagogik der Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik IPÖ Institut für Polarökologie ISA International Sociological Association ISATEC International Studies in Aquatic Tropical Ecology ISC International Sedimentological Congress ISEE International Society for Ecological Economics ISME International Society for Mangrove Ecosystems ISRS International Society for Reef Studies IST Institute of Technology (Surabaya) ITB Bogor Agricultural University (Indonesia) ITLOS International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature IUI Inter-University Institute of the Hebrew University Jerusalem (Eilat, Israel) IUIC Instituto de Investigaciones Cientificas (Venezuela) JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (Japan) JGOFS Joint Global Ocean Flux Study JIGIE Joint Indonesian German Indian Ocean Expedition

List of Acronyms JIGSE

Joint Indonesian-German Sunda Expedition JOPS I/II Joint Oceanographic Projects I/II KAUST King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (Saudi Arabia) KDM Konsortium Deutsche Meeresforschung KfW Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (Frankfurt) KITLV Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde – Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (Leiden) KiWi Mangroven-Waldmodell KKP Research Center for Marine and Fisheries Product Processing and Biotechnology, Indonesian Ministry for Marine Affairs and Fisheries (Jakarta, Indonesia) KLMN Konferenz leitender Meeresforscher Norddeutschlands KMFRI Kenya Marine & Fisheries Research Institute (Kenya) KÖM Küste, Ökologie und Mensch KRT The Ministry of Research & Technology (Indonesia) LAPAN National Aeronautics & Space Institute (Indonesia) LAPD Latin American Pollen Database LIPI Indonesian Institute of Sciences (Indonesia) LME Large Marine Ecosystem LOI Letter of Intent LOICZ Land-Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone LPS Landesamt für Personendosimetrie und Strahlenschutzausbildung MADAM Mangrove Dynamics and Management MAIS Mangroven-Informationssystem MARCUBA Congress on Marine Science in Cuba MARIANDA Marine Analytics and Data (Kiel) MarMic International Max Planck Research School of Marine Microbiology (Bremen) MARUM Zentrum für Marine Umweltwissenschaften (Bremen) MCT Ministério da Ciência e Tecnologia (Brazil) MCM Marine and Coastal Management (South Africa) MdB Mitglied des Deutschen Bundestages

MFRI

Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (Kenya) MNU Mathematisch und Naturwissenschaftlicher Unterricht MoU Memorandum of Understanding MOSTE Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (Vietnam) MoRST Ministry of Research, Science and Technology (Neuseeland) MOST Ministry of Science and Technology (Vietnam) MPA Marine Proteced Areas MPEG Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi (Brazil) MPI Max-Planck-Institut MPIBC Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie (Göttingen) MPIEM Max-Planck-Institut für experimentelle Medizin (Göttingen) MPIMM Max-Planck-Institut für marine Mikrobiologie (Bremen) MRC Mekong River Commission MRE Ministério das Relações Exteriores (Brazil) M.Sc. Master of Science MSS Marine Science Station, Aqaba (Jordan) NAM S&T Centre, Non-aligned movement and Developing Countries Science and Technology Centre (India) NARA National Aquatic Resources Research and Development Agency (Sri Lanka) NatMIRC National Marine Information and Research Centre (Namibia) NEBROC Netherlands Bremen Oceanography NFA National Fisheries Authority (Papua New Guinea) NGO Non-Governmental Organisation NHI Neue Hanse Interregio – Nieuwe Hanze Interregio NICED National Institute for Cholera and Enteric Diseases (India) NIO National Institute of Oceanography (Goa, India) NIOF National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (Egypt) NIOZ Nederlands Instituut voor Onderzoek der Zee (Texel) NLU Institut für Natur-, Landschafts- und Umweltschutz NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NRC National Research Center (Egypt)

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List of Acronyms NRCT

National Research Council of Thailand NTAFS Network of Tropical Aquaculture and Fisheries Scientists, ICLARM (Malaysia) NUMA Núcleo do Meio Ambiente (Brazil) NUPAUB-USP Núcleo de Apoio à Pesquisa Sobre Populações Humanas em Áreas Úmidas Brasileiras da Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil) NWO Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek OECD Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OPAC Online Public Access Catalogue ORCAS Ocean Reef Coupling in the Andaman Sea OUC Ocean University of China (P.R. China) PACKMEDS Dynamics of semi-enclosed marine systems: the integrated effects of changes in sediment and nutrient input from land PACON Pacific Congress on Marine Science and Technology PAGES Past Global Environmental Changes (IGBP) PAHs Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons PAKT Leibniz-Vorhaben im wettbewerb lichen Verfahren (SAW-Verfahren) im Rahmes des Paktes für Forschung und Innovation PANGAEA Paleo-Network for Geological and Environmental Data PASARELA Discovery Modelling Mediation Deliberation: Interface Tools for Multi-stakeholder Knowledge Partnerships for the Sustainable Management of Marine Resources and Coastal Zones PCAMRD Philippine Councel for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development (Philippines) PCG Palestine Consultancy Group (Jerusalem) PD/A Programas Demonstrativas, tipo A (Brazil) PEP Postgraduate Progamme in Enviromental Physics (Bremen) PFAU Programm zur Förderung für angewandte Umweltforschung Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy PIK Potsdam Institut für Klimafolgenforschung

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PMBC

phu*ket Marine Biological Center (Thailand) PNG Papua Neuguinea POLYPLAN Ingenieurbüro für Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH (Bremen) PPGCIEN Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciências: Enfase em Desenvolvimento Sustentável (Brazil) PPTK Center for Coral Reef an der Hasanuddin Universität (UNHAS) (Indonesia) Pro Inno II Programm zur Förderung der Erhöhung der Innovationskom-petenz mittelständischer Unternehmen PRORENDA Programma de Renda Familiar (Brazil) ProSys Gesellschaft für produktionsorientierte Umweltsystemtechnologien und -management mbH PSC Phillips Seafood Company (Indonesia) PT Projektträger PTJ Project executing organization Jülich – Forschungszentrum Jülich PUSH Public Understanding of Science and Humanities RC Research cutter RMD Resource and Development Devision (Philippines) RISTEK Ministry of Science and Technology (Indonesia) ROSTE Regional Office for Science and Technology (Europe) ROSTLAC Regional Office for Science and Technology (Latin America and the Caribbean) RSMAS Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (USA) RSP Red Sea Program on Marine Sciences RV Research Vessel SADC South African Development Countries SAMSS South African Marine Sciences Symposium SBBT Southern Bay of Bengal Trap SES Social-ecological systems SKLEC-ECNU State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research – East China Normal University (P.R. China) SCOPE Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment

List of Acronyms SCOR

Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research SEACORM Southeast Asia Centre for Ocean Research and Monitoring SECTAM Secretaria do Meio Ambiente environmental ministry of the state of Pára (Brazil) SECYT Secretaria de Ciencia y Tecnica (Argentina) SEQUA Stiftung für wirtschaftliche Entwicklung und berufliche Qualifizierung SFAS Segmented Flow Analysing System SFB Sonderforschungsbereich SHIFT Studies on Human Impact on Forests and Floodplains in the Tropics SICSS Shanghai International Conference on Social Science SIOSOA Second Institute of Oceanography (SIO) under the State Oceanic Administration (SOA) (P.R. China) Sim-Coas Coastal Management Expert System (computational model) SIRRO Siberian River Runoff SKLEC State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (Shanghai, P.R. China) SKLEC-ECNU State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (SKLEC), at the East China Normal University (ECNU) (Shanghai, P.R. China) SOA State Oceanic Administration SOLAS Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study SP Sonderstipendienprogramm SPACES Science Partnership for the Assessment of Complex Earth System Prosesses SPICE Science for the Protection of the Indonesian Coastal Ecosystems SSC Scientific Steering Committee SUCOZOMA Sustainable Coastal Zone Management (Sweden) SUSANET Sustainable Aquaculture Network TeLa GmbH Technische Lebensmittel und Umweltanalytik TEMA Training, Education and Mutual Assistance TROPICOAST Datenbank für tropische Küstenforschung TUVA United Lands of Neighbours for the Environment (Costa Rica) TZ Technische Zusammenarbeit TTZ Technologie-Transfer-Zentrale

UAB UAEU UBH UCC UCR UENF

Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona United Arab Emirates University Universitas Bung Hatta (Indonesia) University of Cape Coast (Ghana) Universidad de Costa Rica Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense (Campos dos Goytacazes, Brazil) UFAL Universidade Federal de Alagoas (Maceió, Brazil) UFCE Universidade Federal do Ceará (Fortaleza, Brazil) UFF Universidade Federal Fluminense (Niteroi, Brazil) UFPa Universidade Federal da Pará (Belém, Brazil) UFPe Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (Recife, Brazil) UFPR Universidade Federal do Paraná (Curitba, Brazil) UFRPe Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco (Recife, Brazil) UFS Universidade Federal de Sergipe (Brazil) UFT Zentrum für Umweltforschung und Umwelttechnologie (Bremen) UFZ Umweltforschungszentrum LeipzigHalle GmbH UI University of Indonesia (Indonesia) UKOARP UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme ULBRA Universidade Luterana do Brasil (Brazil) UN United Nations UNA Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (Costa Rica) UNALM Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina (Costa Rica) UNAM University of Namibia UNAN-León Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua-León (Nicaragua) UNCBD United Nations Convention on Biodiversity UNCED United Nations Conference on Environment and Development UNCLOS United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea UNDIP University of Diponegoro (Indonesia) UNEP United Nations Environmental Programme UNEP-GPA Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities

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List of Acronyms UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNHAS University of Hasanuddin (Indonesia) UnivB Universität Bremen UNMdP Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata (Argentina) UNRI University of Riau (Indonesia) UNS Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina) UNSOED Universitas Jenderal Soedirman (Indonesia) UNSRAT Sam Ratulangi Universität in Manado (Indonesia) UNSW University of New South Wales (Australia) UOF Union des Océanographes de France UP-MSI University of the Philippines, Marine Science Institute URGS Universidade Federal Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) USFQ University San Francisco de Quito (Ecuador) USP Universidade de Sao Paulo (Brazil) VAST Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology vdbiol Verband Deutscher Biologen und biowissenschaftlicher Fachgesellschaften e.V. VDI Verein Deutscher Ingenieure VIMS Virginia Institue of Marine Science WAMER West African Marine Eco Region WAST Western Arabian Sea Trap WBGU Wissenschaftlicher Beirat der Bundesregierung Globale Umweltveränderungen WDC-Mare World Ocean Data Center WFB Wirtschaftsförderung (Bremen) WGL Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz WOC World Ocean Conference WOCE World Ocean Circulation Experiment WOTRO Netherlands Foundation for the Advancement of Tropical Research WTZ Wissenschaftlich-Technische Zusammenarbeit WWF World Wildlife Fund WZB Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin YoMo Young Modellers ZAIT Zentrum für Angewandte Informationstechnik ZALF Zentrum für Agrarlandschafts- und

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ZARM ZEW ZMAW

ZMK ZMT

ZWE

Landnutzungsforschung (Müncheberg) Zentrum für angewandte Raumfahrttechnik und Mikrogravitation Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (Mannheim) Zentrum für Marine und Atmosphärische Wissenschaften (Hamburg) Zentrum für Meeres- und Klimaforschung (Hamburg) Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie GmbH (Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology) Zentrale Wissenschaftliche Einrichtung (Bremen)

zmt Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology Fahrenheitstraße 6 28359 Bremen Germany www.zmt-bremen.de

[PDF] zmt Report 2009/2010 Research Capacity Building Coordination zmt Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology - Free Download PDF (2024)

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