Approved Abstracts

Abstract IDsort descending Last Name First Name Abstract Title
CBE5-117 Fujikura Katsunori The 2011 Tohoku mega-earthquake, its impact to the deep-sea ecosystem in the Japan Trench
CBE5-118 Yang Jin-Shu Molecular Estimate of Decapod Origins from Hydrothermal Vents in the West Pacific and Indian Oceans
CBE5-119 Gebruk Andrey Biological peculiarities of hydrothermal vent areas in the MAR sector claimed by Russian Federation for sulphide exploration
CBE5-120 Miyake Hiroshi The easy rearing method of vestimentiferan tubeworm, Lamellibrachia satsuma, taking a hint from an incident in rearing tank during suffering from the Great East Japan Earthquake
CBE5-121 Rybakova (Goroslavskaya) Elena Megafauna of the Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano (the Barents Sea) based on image analysis.
CBE5-122 Rybakova (Goroslavskaya) Elena Taxa composition of hydrothermal assemblages of different ecotopes on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and East-Pacific Rise
CBE5-123 Kaim Andrzej The Mesozoic fossil record of chemosynthesis-based communities
CBE5-124 Sievert Stefan AN INTERDISCIPLINARY AND MULTINATIONAL PROGRAM TO STUDY MICROBIAL ENERGY TRANSFER AND CHEMOSYNTHETIC CARBON FIXATION AT DEEP-SEA VENTS
CBE5-125 Girguis Peter Who’s running this show?: A physiologist’s perspective on how host-symbiont interactions and physiology influence vent ecosystem ecology.
CBE5-126 Yahagi Takuya Factors determining geographical distributions and genetic population structures of alvinocaridid shrimps in the in the the Northwest Pacific
CBE5-127 Fujii Takuma Examination of possible chemosynthetic symbiosis in a sea anemone from shallow waters in Kagoshima Bay, Japan.
CBE5-128 Dattagupta Sharmishtha Recent insights on amphipod ectosymbioses in terrestrial chemoautotrophic caves
CBE5-128 Dattagupta Sharmishtha Recent insights on amphipod ectosymbioses in terrestrial chemoautotrophic caves
CBE5-129 Pape Edine Identifying chemosymbiosis through geological time by stable isotope analysis of shell-bound organic matter
CBE5-129 Reid William D K Spatial differences in Southern Ocean hydrothermal vent food webs: influences of chemistry, microbiology and predation on trophodynamics.

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