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13 AUG

The trait based approach to Ocean Ecology

Marine ecosystems are overwhelmingly complex. The trait-based method offers a simple way to describe, model, and understand complex marine systems. In a new paper we...

06 AUG

New paper: Prey perception mechanism determines maximum clearance rates of planktonic...

What zooplankton foraging strategy is more efficient in terms of volume of water cleared? What mechanism determines clearance efficiency of zooplankton foraging strategies...

01 MAY

Crude oil spills can cause the initiation of harmful algal blooms (“red tides...

After oil spills and dispersant applications, the formation of red tides or harmful algal blooms (HABs) has been observed, but the link between both phenomena was unknown...

21 MAR

The Smell of Danger

Diatoms change chain-formation and up-or downregulate thousands of genes when smelling copepod grazers

21 MAR

New paper: Sex-specific starvation tolerance in planktonic copepods

Can sexual dimorphism lead to differences in starvation tolerance between copepod genders? Can mating activities reduce starvation tolerance in planktonic copepods?...

21 MAR

Global mismatch in marine conservation protection

A new Ocean Life paper demonstrates a global mismatch in the protection of multiple marine biodiversity components and ecosystem services.

24 JAN

Defence mechanisms in phytoplankton: traits and trade-offs

New review experimentally exploring plankton defense mechanism

24 JAN

Flying Copepods

Some copepods, mm-sized zooplankton, that live in the very surface layer of the ocean jump out of the water and perform spectacular flights when escaping from predators...

22 JAN

Implications of late-in-life density-dependent growth for fishery size-at-entry

Density dependence is the major driving force behind population regulation. Here we looked at density-dependent growth in real-life fish stocks, and how this relates...

17 JAN

How do copepods respond to toxic prey? And can the copepods acclimate to algal...

Many species of phytoplankton produce substances that are toxic to both human consumers and planktonic grazers, and toxin production is often considered a defense mechanism...

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