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Plenary Lecture 1
09:30-10:30 / Ramada Ballroom 1
PL1 The Role of Contingency in Marine Ecology
Prof. Karsten Reise (Germany)
Benthic Ecology_Macrozoobenthos 1
10:45-12:30 / Ramada Ballroom 2
Chair: Dr. Jin-Woo Choi (Republic of Korea), Dr. Suchana Apple Chavanich (Thailand)
CS1-1 A biodiversity of macrozoobenthos in the Korean tidal flats
Sung Joon Song(Korea)
CS1-2 The threshold value of BPI for a healthy benthic faunal community and its application to Jinhae Bay in the southern coast of Korea
Jin-Woo Choi(Korea)
CS1-3 Comparison on the molluscan biodiversity of the Yellow Sea in nearly half century
Zhang Junlong(China)
CS1-4 Long-term monitoring of the macro-invertebrate on sandy beaches in Taean County, South Korea after the Hebei Spirit oil spill
Ok Hwan Yu(Korea)
CS1-5 Effects of Species Composition on the Prey Preference of the Muricid Snail, Thais (Reishia) clavigela
Morihiko Tomatsuri(Japan)
CS1-6 Current status of marine non-indigenous species in the Western Pacific region
Suchana Chavanich(Thailand)
Climate Change/Ocean Acidification/Habitat and
Species Connectivity
10:45-12:30 / Ramada Ballroom 3
Chair: Prof. Kenji Okoshi (Japan), Dr. Jae-Won Yoo (Republic of Korea)
CS2-1 The sign of the northward expansion of tropical black-lip pearl oyster (Pinctada margaritifera) in Korean waters?
Do-Hyung Kang(Korea)
CS2-2 Long-term variations of the macrobenthic community diversity (species number) in the Chokchon macrotidal flat, Incheon, Korea
Jae-Won Yoo(Korea)
CS2-3 Acid and Choking Ocean: Effects of Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia on Marine Benthic Animals
Taewon Kim(Korea)
CS2-4 Elevation range of spatial distribution of the fiddler crab Uca lactea and its comparison with other intertidal crabs
Jinho Chae(Korea)
CS2-5 Study on Predation of Moon Jellyfish Aurelia aurita on Edible Jellyfish Rhopilema esculenta
Yang Cuihua(China)
CS2-6 Direct eliminating polyps of jellyfish: an effective countermeasure of blooms of Aurelia aurita s.l.?
Jinho Chae(Korea)
CS2-7 Polyp hotspots of Aurelia aurita s.l.: important reservoirs contributing jellyfish blooms
Jinho Chae(Korea)
Biodiversity in Regional Seas
10:45-12:30 / Ramada Ballroom 4
Chair: Dr. Wenliang Liu (China), Dr. Kanghyun Lee (Republic of Korea)
CS3-1 Macrobenthic invertebrates fauna of the Yangtze estuary and the response to the environmental change
Wenliang Liu(China)
CS3-2 Species diversity and distribution of the sea anemone order Actiniaria (Cnidaria, Anthozoa) in Chinese waters, with special reference to the fauna in the Yellow Sea and East China Sea
YANG LI (China)
CS3-3 The first report of the genus Cephaloecetes Just, 2012 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Ischyroceridae), from the coastal shallow bottom of Izu Peninsula, central Japan
Masafumi Kodama(Japan)
CS3-4 Native and non-native Fouling Bryozoans from Korean Harbors
Cheol Yu(Korea)
CS3-5 Polydorid species (Polychaeta, Spionidae) associated with mollusk shells in Southeast Asian waters
Waka Sato-Okoshi(Japan)
CS3-6 Taxonomic diversity of fish species in Nanji Islands, the East China Sea
ZHANG Feijun(China)
Plenary Lecture 2
13:30-14:30 / Ramada Ballroom 1
PL2 Giant jellyfish bloom and ecosystem dynamics
Dr. Song Sun (China)
Present Status of the Coastal Ecosystems after the 2011
Tsunami Disaster along the Pacific Coast of Japan
14:45-18:30 / Ramada Ballroom 1
Chair: Dr. Takao Suzuki (Japan), Dr. Gen Kanaya (Japan)
CS4-1 Classification of the tsunami-induced changes in intertidal flats along the eastern coast of Japan: a questionnaire survey
Gen Kanaya (Japan)
CS4-2 Spatio-temporal variations in benthic community assemblage in Gamo Lagoon, Sendai Bay, Japan, after the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami
Tomohiko Kondoh(Japan)
CS4-3 Seasonal changes of polychaete community in tidal flats after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake
Yuka Ohashi(Japan)
CS4-4 Faunal change of benthic polychaetes in Onagawa Bay, northeastern Japan, following the 2011 tsunami
Hirokazu Abe(Japan)
CS4-5 Reestablishment of bioturbation in the Onagawa Bay after a huge tsunami induced by the 2011 M9.0 Tohoku-Oki Earthquake
Koji Seike(Japan)
Coffee Break
CS4-6 Three-year investigations into molluscan community in tidal flats after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake
Kenji Okoshi(Japan)
CS4-7 Ecological impacts and recovery of mollusk populations after the 2011 tsunami disaster around Matsushima Bay and Sendai Bay, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan
Shin’ichi Sato(Japan)
CS4-8 Destruction and recovery of populations of the Asian mud snail, Batillaria attramentaria, after the 2011 tsunami
Osamu Miura(Japan)
CS4-9 Monitoring of tidal flat benthos communities after the 3.11 tsunami by means of citizen participated research method
Takao SUZUKI (Japan)
CS4-10 Collecting oyster spats in the northern part of Sanriku region for establishing a robust culture system against Tsunami and infectious diseases
Masatoshi Matsumasa(Japan)
Long-term Marine Ecosystem Monitoring
in Korean Waters
14:45-18:30 / Ramada Ballroom 2
Chair: Prof. Chang-Keun Kang (Republic of Korea), Prof. Kun-Seop Lee (Republic of Korea)
CS5-1 Consequences of warm-cold-warm regimes in the East Sea since 1960s
SM M Rahman(Korea)
CS5-2 Long-term annual primary production in the Ulleung Basin as a biological hot spot in the East/Japan Sea
Hui Tae Joo(Korea)
CS5-3 Trophic importance of offshore diatoms to benthic food web in the Youngil Bay of Korea: estimating phylum-specific ¥ä13C from natural phytoplankton assemblages
Eunah Han(Korea)
CS5-4 Benthic trophic network along an estuarine-offshore transect in a temperate bay system of Korea
Chang-Keun Kang(Korea)
CS5-5 Variations of sulfate reduction at two seagrass beds inhabited by indigenous Zostera marina and invading Halophila nipponica in southern coast of Kore
Bomina Kim(Korea)
Coffee Break
CS5-6 Growth and reproductive condition of Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas raised in an intertidal rack-suspended culture system in Taean off the west coast of Korea, 3 years after the Hebei spirit oil spi
Hyun-Ki Hong(Korea)
CS5-7 An assemblage of mollusks associated with the encrusting coral Alveopora japonica Eguchi 1968 (Poritidae gray, 1842) in northern Jeju Island, Korea
R. G. Noseworthy(Korea)
CS5-8 Pathologic survey of wild Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas on the south coast of Korea
Hyun-Sil Kang(Korea)
CS5-9 Annual reproductive cycle of solitary ascidian, Herdmania momus (Savigny 1816) and its population dynamics in Jeju Island, Korea
Hee-Do Jeung(Korea)
CS5-10 Characteristics of the seagrass Halophila nipponica, recently discovered on the southern coast of the Korean peninsula
Seung Hyeon Kim(Korea)
Crustacean Biology
14:45-16:30 / Ramada Ballroom 3
Chair: Prof. Wongyu Park (Republic of Korea)
CS6-1 Population structure and life history of Neomysis awatschensis (Crustacea:Mysidae) in Jeju Island, Korea
Jaeyong Bae(Korea)
CS6-2 Monthly variation of Cirriped larvae in the Oryuk Islets off Busan, South Korea
Lee, Bo Ram(Korea)
CS6-3 Reproduction and feeding habits of the red-banded lobster, Metanephrops thomsoni in the East China Sea
Jung Hwa Choi(Korea)
CS6-4 Population study of edible shrimps near Kanghwa Island in the Korea coastal water in the Yellow Sea
Wongyu Park(Korea)
CS6-5 New Record of Pasiphaeid Shrimp of the Genus Pasiphaea (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea) in Korean Waters
Jung Nyun Kim(Korea)
Marine Algae
14:45-16:30 / Ramada Ballroom 4
Chair: Prof. Sung Min Boo (Republic of Korea), Dr. Hiroshi Mukai (Japan)
CS7-1 A biodiversity of microphytobenthos in the Korean tidal flats
Jinsoon Park(Korea)
CS7-2 Temporal variation of microphytobenthic primary production on the Daebu mudflats, west coast of Korea/strong>
Bong-Oh Kwon (Korea)
CS7-3 Species diversity and distribution pattern of marine algae from Korea
Sung Min Boo(Korea)
CS7-4 Temporal variations in component levels of Ulva pertusa Kjellman in Jeju
Bo-Ram Ye(Korea)
CS7-5 Seasonal growth and reproductive status of Grateloupia subpectinata (Rhodophyta) at Yangyang, Korea
Hyung Geun Kim(Korea)
CS7-6 Seagrass Rehabilitation in Korean Coastal Waters
Jung-Im Park(Korea)
CS7-7 Seagrass degradation by human land use and dugong conservation in Davao Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
Hiroshi Mukai(Japan)
Socio-ecological Approach to Coastal Management
16:45-18:30 / Ramada Ballroom 3
Chair: Prof. Joong-Ki Park (Republic of Korea)
CS8-1 High genetic variability in Thais clavigera populations (Muricidae: Mollusca) revealed by DNA barcoding analysis: molecular evidence for long-distance dispersal events
Joong-Ki Park(Korea)
CS8-2 What The Complete Mitochondrial Genomes can do in the identification and evolution study in Octopods?
Xiaodong Zheng(China)
CS8-3 Morphology, molecular taxonomy and phylogeography of Patellogastropoda (Mollusca) in Japan and other Asian areas
Takenori Sasaki(Japan)
CS8-4 DNA barcode of spirotrich ciliates (Protozoa: Ciliophora) with emphasis on the high resolution among closely related species
Jae-Ho Jung(Korea)
CS8-5 Molecular Systematics and DNA barcoding of venus clams (Bivalvia, Mollusca) along the coast of mainland China
Lingfeng Kong(China)
CS8-6 Population genetic analysis of Nipponacmea (Mollusca: Patellogastropoda: Lottiidae)
Shinnosuke Teruya(Japan)
Socio-ecological Approach to Coastal Management
16:45-18:30 / Ramada Ballroom 4
Chair: Prof. Daeseok Kang (Republic of Korea), Dr. Jungho Nam (Republic of Korea)
CS9-1 Social Capital and Coastal Conflict Management in Korea
Jiyeon Choi(Korea)
CS9-2 How water resource management can give impacts on coastal ecosystem : freshwater input as an environmental stressor
Nam-Il Won(Korea)
CS9-3 Developing a decision tool for ecosystem based management-Assessment of marine environment and the impact of human activities in the Republic of Korea
Kyungjin Kim(Korea)
CS9-4 Co-evolution through Mutual Dependence between Marine Ecosystem Protection and Integrated Coastal Management in Korea
Jungho NAM(Korea)
CS9-5 Retail prices of beche-de-mer in the dried seafood market of Hong Kong and implications for management
Marielle Dumestre(Hong Kong)
CS9-6 Emergy evaluation of the economy of the Masan Bay area in Korea
Daeseok Kang(Korea)
CS9-7 The better implementation of economic instruments for sustaining coastal ecosystem services of Korea
Jiyeon Choi(Korea)
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