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5 IV INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM IN MARINE SCIENCES Program of Activities

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7 8:30-9:00 9:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-9:45 9:45-10:00 10:00-10:15 10:15-10:30 10:30-10:45 10:45-11:00 11:00-11:15 11:15-11:30 11:30-11:45 11:45-12:00 12:00-12:15 12:15-12:30 12:30-12:45 12:45-13:00 13:00-13:15 13:15-13:30 13:30-13:45 13:45-14:00 14:00-14:15 14:15-14:30 14:30-14:45 14:45-15:00 15:00-15:15 15:15-15:30 15:30-15:45 15:45-16:00 16:00-16:15 16:15-16:30 16:30-16:45 16:45-17:00 17:00-17:15 17:15-17:30 17:30-17:45 17:45-18:00 18:00-18:15 18:15-18:30 18:30-18:45 18:45-19:00 19:00-19:15 19:15-19:30 19:30-19:45 Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday Friday Check in Opening ceremony Plenary talk: Jorge Sarmiento Plenary talk: Cisco Werner Coffee Break 6 TALKS: COASTAL MANAGEMENT Plenary talk: Gregorio Parrilla 8 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Coffee Break 6 TALKS: BIODIVERSITY 1 TALK: TECHNOLOGY 7 TALKS: PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 3 TALKS: OCEAN MODELLING 3 TALKS: COASTAL MANAGEMENT Plenary talk: Des Barton 8 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Coffee Break 6 TALKS: CHEMICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Lunch Lunch Lunch Plenary talk Emilio Fernández 4 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Plenary talk Eduardo Balguerías 4 TALKS: SPECIAL SESSION ABOUT THE Instituto Español de Oceanografía 4 TALKS: MARINE CULTURES Plenary talk Javier Arístegui 4 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Plenary talk Sergio Sañudo 6 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 20:00 h Welcoming Cocktail Plenary talk: Juan Tomás Vázquez 6 TALKS: SPECIAL SESSION ABOUT THE Instituto Español de Oceanografía 6 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Plenary talk Octavio Llinás 6 TALKS: FISHERIES Poster session Poster session Poster session 21:00 h Gala Dinner 8 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 6 TALKS: BIODIVERSITY 4 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 2 TALKS: BIODIVERSITY 4 TALKS: BIOTECHNOLOGY

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9 Wednesday, June 11 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talks 10:30-11:00. Jorge L. Sarmiento, Jaime B. Palter, Greg de Souza, and Carolina Dufour FUELING THE BIOLOGICAL PUMP 11:00-11:30. Francisco Werner and Enrique Curchitser EARTH SYSTEM MODELS AND UPWELLING SYSTEMS: ADVANCES AND IMPLEMENTATION IN THE STUDY OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT ECOSYSTEM Coastal Management Chairwoman: María Esther Torres Padrón 12:00-12:15. González Muñoz, A. GESTIÓN COSTERA SOSTENIBLE DEL AYUNTAMIENTO DE LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA 12:15-12:30. Alejo, I., Pérez-Estévez, C., Costas, S., Villacieros-Robineau, N., Pérez- Arlucea, M., Nombela, M.A., Francés G., Sanz, V., Mena, A., González-Villanueva, R. EVOLUTION AND DYNAMICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A BARRIER-LAGOON SYSTEM (CIES ISLAND, NW SPAIN): WHAT TO ACHIEVE FOR PRESERVATION? 12:30-12:45. Damián, A.; Tena, J., Torres, J. SUITABILITY OF THE BOPA INDEX FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE ECOLOGICAL QUALITY STATUS OF THE COASTAL WATERS OFF THE GULF OF VALENCIA 12:45-13:00. Mayol, P., Couvat, J., Gauffier, P., Barajas, B. REDUCING SHIP STRIKE RISKS WHILE MONITORING CETACEANS IN THE CANARY ISLANDS AND STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR 13:00-13:15. Maranho, L. A., Del Valls, T. A., Martín-Díaz, M. L. ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY OF SEDIMENTS AFFECTED BY WASTEWATER DISCHARGES AT SPANISH COASTAL AREAS DURING THE SUMMER SEASON 13:15-13:30. Zarranz Elso, M., Manent, P., Ramdani, M., Robaina, R.R. GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ZOSTERA NOLTII SEAGRASS POPULATIONS ALONG THE ATLANTIC MOROCCAN COAST AND THE CANARY ISLAND Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Emilio Fernández LA INVESTIGACIÓN DEL MAR EN ESPAÑA. REFLEXIONES DESDE FINIS TERRAE Biological Oceanography Chairwoman: María Fernanda Montero 15:30-15:45. García-March, J.R., Jiménez Gutiérrez, S., Sanchis Solsonas, M.A., Monleón, S., Surge, D., Lees, J., Tena Medialdea, J. 9

10 IN SITU GAPING ACTIVITY OF SUBTIDAL BIVALVES IN NONTIDAL SEAS: HOW DOES THE ENVIRONMENT AFFECT THEIR BEHAVIOR? 15:45-16:00. Villamaña, M., Mouriño-Carballido, B., Chouciño, P., Fernández, B., Graña, R., Marañón, E., Scharek, R., Latasa, M., Cermeño, P. ROLE OF INTERNAL WAVES ON MIXING, NUTRIENT SUPPLY AND PHYTOPLANKTON COMPOSITION DURING SPRING AND NEAP TIDES IN THE RÍA DE VIGO (NW IBERIAN PENINSULA) 16:00-16:15. Herrera, I., López-Cancio, J., Yebra, L., Hernández-Léon, S. THE EFFECT OF A STRONG WARM YEAR ON ZOOPLANKTON BIOMASS AND INDICES OF GRAZING, RESPIRATION, AND GROWTH IN SUBTROPICAL WATERS 16:15-16:30. Marrero Pérez, J., Jensen, F. H., Rojano-Doñate, L., Aguilar de Soto, N. TO CLICK OR TO CALL: DIFFERENT MODES OF ACOUSTIC COMMUNICATION IN SHORT-FINNED PILOT WHALES (GLOBICEPHALA MACRORHYNCHUS) Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Sergio Sañudo-Wilhelmy, Danielle Monteverde and Laura Gomez-Consarnau B-VITAMINS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE IN THE STUDY OF THE COENZYMES THAT BUILT AND MAINTAIN A HABITABLE PLANET Biological Oceanography Chairwoman: May Gómez 17:30-17:45. Rodríguez, A., Clemente, S., Hernández, J.C., García, I., Brito, A., Becerro, M.C. STRUCTURAL AND CHEMICAL DEFENSES WIN AGAINST NUTRITIONAL CONTENTS OF ALGAE ON THE FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF JUVENILES SEA URCHINS 17:45-18:00. Celis Plá, P., Korbee, N., Quintano, E., García-Sánchez, M., Martínez, B., Figueroa, F.L. ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF CYSTOSEIRA TAMARISCIFOLIA AND ELLISOLANDIA ELONGATA: IN SITU TRANSPLANT EXPERIMENT 18:00-18:15. Gara, F., Ojeda, A., Hernández-León, S. SHORT-TERM VARIABILITY OF PLANKTONIC COMPOSITION IN SUBTROPICAL WATERS OFF THE CANARY ISLANDS 18:15-18:30. Aranda, G., Abascal, F.J., Medina, A. MIGRATION AND DIVING BEHAVIOR OF ATLANTIC BLUEFIN TUNA DETERMINED WITH SATELLITE ARCHIVAL TAGS: FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN SPAWNING GROUNDS TO THE NORTH ATLANTIC FEEDING AREAS 18:30-18:45. Fernández-Urruzola, I., Osma, N., Packard, T.T., Gómez, M., Postel, L. ZOOPLANKTON BIOMASS AND METABOLISM: RESPONSE IN THE NAMIBIAN UPWELLING 18:45-19:00. Iuculano F., Mazuecos I.P., Reche I., Agustí S. TRANSPARENT EXOPOLYMER PARTICLES PRODUCTION IN THE PACIFIC 10

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12 Thursday, June 12 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Gregorio Parrilla HENRY MELSON STOMMEL: FROM PIONEER TO CLASSIC Biological Oceanography Chairman: Santiago Hernández León 9:30-9:45. Hernández-León, S. THE ROLE OF DIEL VERTICAL MIGRANTS IN THE OCEANIC CARBON PUMP 9:45-10:00. Maranho, L. A., André, C., Del Valls, T. A., Gagné, F., Martín-Díaz, M. L. BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES DETERMINED IN HEDISTE DIVERSICOLOR EXPOSED TO SEDIMENT SPIKED WITH FLUOXETINE AND 17Α-ETHYNYLESTRADIOL 10:00-10:15. Moyano, M., Peck, M.A. MEASURING METABOLIC RATES OF MARINE FISH LARVAE: PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES 10:15-10:30. Osma, N., Fernández-Urruzola, I., Packard, T.T., Postel, L., Gómez, M., Pollehne, F. COMPARING RESPIRATION-BASED VERTICAL CARBON FLUX WITH SINKING POC IN THE NAMIBIAN UPWELLING SYSTEM 10:30-10:45. Hernández, N., Arístegui, J SHORT-TERM VARIABILITY OF PICOPLANKTON ACROSS THE WIND-SHEAR REAGION SOUTH OF GRAN CANARIA 10:45-11:00. Goikoetxea, N., Caballero, A., Fontán, A., Arrizabalaga, H., Ferrer, L., Santiago, J. JUVENILE ALBACORE DISTRIBUTION AND OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS IN THE NORTHEASTERN ATLANTIC DURING THE 2013 FISHING CAMPAIGN 11:00-11:15. Justel Díez, M., Liñan Cabello, M.A. SALINITY EFFECTS RESPECT TO THE SYNTHESIS OF MAAS IN POCILLOPORA CAPITATA 11:15-11:30. Rosero Ramírez, P. BYCATCH OF CETACEANS WITH GILLNETS IN ECUADOR Biodiversity Chairwoman: Natacha Aguilar de Soto 12:00-12:15. Aguilar de Soto, N., Madsen, P., Arranz, P., Marrero, J., Johnson, M. FROM METABOLISM TO SOCIAL LIFE: TEN YEARS OF RESEARCH ON THE ACOUSTIC ECOLOGY OF DEEP-DIVING CETACEANS IN THE CANARY ISLANDS 12:15-12:30. Santos-Bethencourt, R., V. Hernández-García, S. Borras-Fuentes, C. Díez, A. 12

13 Barrera, F. Bordes and J.J. Castro CONTRIBUTION TO THE BIOECOLOGY OF ABRALIOPSIS MORSII VERANY, 1839 (CEPHALOPODA, ENOPLOTEUTHIDAE) OFF THE CANARY ISLANDS 12:30-12:45. Zapata, J., Aristizábal, V., Leal, J., Urán, P., Guillermo Vásquez, J. LARVAL ABUNDANCE OF CRASSOSTREA (MOLLUSCA: BIVALVIA) IN THE MARIRRÍO BAY, GULF OF URABÁ (COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN) 12:45-13:00. Díez, C., Hernández-García, V., Borras-Fuentes, S., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Castro, J.J. STOMACH CONTENT OF A FEMALE SPERM WHALE (PHYSETER MACROCEPHALUS) OFF THE CANARY ISLANDS 13:00-13:15. López, C., Clemente, S., Hernández, J.C., Almeida, C. Hernández, M. HOW FIRE CORAL ARRIVED TO THE CANARIES? 13:15-13:30. Betancor, S., Tuya, F., Gil-Díaz, T., Figueroa, F.L., Haroun, R. EFFECTS OF A SUBMARINE ERUPTION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF TWO BROWN SEAWEEDS Special Session: 100 years of the Instituto Español de Oceanografía Chairman: Demetrio de Armas Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Eduardo Balguerías (Título por confirmar) 15:30-15:45. Gómez Ballesteros, M., Tello, O., De Armas, D., Prado, I., Torres, M., TPEA Working Group TPEA PROJECT: MARITIME SPATIAL PLANNING IN THE GULF OF CADIZ 15:45-16:00. Tello, M.O., Mata, D., Serrano, A., Tel, E., Lavín, A. Nogueira, E. EUROPEAN INITIATIVES TO DISSEMINATE THE GEO-INFORMATION OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT: EMODNET. MARINE KNOWLEDGE IEO CONTRIBUTIONS 16:00-16:15. Vargas Poncini, J. L. THE IMPORTANCE OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS (EIA). A CASE STUDY 16:15-16:30. Bellas, J., Serrano, A., Velasco, F., Alemany, F., Soto, M., Preciado, I., Mercado, J., González-Pola, C., Campillo, J.A., Viñas, L., Gago, J., de Armas, D. and the rest of the Marine Strategy-Team from the IEO IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MARINE STRATEGY FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE IN SPAIN: THE ROLE OF THE IEO Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Juan Tomás Vázquez SUBMARINE EMISSIONS ON THE SEAFLOOR: FROM COLD SEEPS TO HOT 13

14 VENTS Chairwoman: Mª Ángeles Rodríguez Fernández 17:30-17:45. Fraile-Nuez, E., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M., Presas-Navarro, C., Rodríguez-Santana, A., de Armas, D. THE SUBMARINE VOLCANO ERUPTION AT THE ISLAND OF EL HIERRO: MORE THAN 2 YEARS REGISTERING PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL ANOMALIES 17:45-18:00. Martín-Sosa, P., González-Porto, M., Almón, B., Acosta, C., Arrese, B., González-Irusta, J.M., Barreiro, S., Jiménez, S. BANCO DE LA CONCEPCIÓN: A NEW NATURA 2000 MARINE SITE OFF CANARY ISLANDS 18:00-18:15. Almansa, E., Garrido, D., Martín, M.V., Cejas, J.R., Rodríguez, C., Jerez., S. PRESENT KNOWLEDGE AND PERSPECTIVES IN THE PARALARVAL CULTURE OF OCTOPUS VULGARIS 18:15-18:30. González-Lorenzo, G., González, S., Jiménez, S., González, J.F., Hernández, C.L., Martín-Sosa, P., Tello, O., Rodríguez, J., Boza, C., Bartolomé, A., González, Y., González, E.L., De Armas, D., Santamaría, M.T.G. IDENTIFICATION OF INDICATORS SUITABLE TO BE APPLIED TO THE COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT IN THE CANARY ISLANDS. OMARCOST PROJECT 18:30-18:45. Perales-Raya, C., Almansa, E., Bartolomé, A., Felipe, B.C., Iglesias, J., Sánchez, F.J., Carrasco, J.F., Rodríguez, C. MARKING OCTOPUS VULGARIS BEAKS: AGE VALIDATION AND LIFE-EVENT RECORDING 18:45-19:00. Navas, E., Rey, J., Clemente, M.C., García, A., Otero, P., Piñeiro, C.G. FIRST STEPS TOWARDS DEVELOPING AN OPEN ACCESS SOFTWARE DESIGNED FOR THE RECOGNITION OF DAILY MICROSTRUCTURES USED IN AGEING FISH 14

15 Friday, June 13 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Sala Tenerife Physical Oceanography & Technology Chairman: Gabriel Rosón 9:30-9:45. Ramos, A., Strandskov, N., Glenn, S., Aragon, D.K., García-Martel, J.R., Schofield, O., Kohut, J., Haskins, T., Haldeman, C., Redondo, A., Coca, J. CHALLENGER GLIDER MISSION: LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA ( ) 9:45-10:00. Gómez-Enri, J., Villares, P., Tejedor, B., Aboitiz, A., Laiz, I., Coca, J., Vignudelli, S., Cipollini, P., Passaro, M. PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF COASTAL ALTIMETRY 10:00-10:15. González, C.J., Reyes, E., Dastis, C., Gómez-Enri, J., Tejedor, B., Bruno, M., Izquierdo, A., Mañanes, R., Álvarez, O. UCA-OCEANSMAP: AN OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY SYSTEM FOR THE ANDALUSIAN COAST DEVELOPED IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE ARCOPOLPLUS AND ARC 10:15-10:30. Herrero, C., García-Olivares, A., De La Fuente, P., Pelegrí, J.L. STATISTICAL STUDY OF RELAXATION OSCILLATIONS. A QUEST TO FIND A REAL EARLY WARNING SIGNAL IN CLIMATE CHANGE 10:30-10:45. Brochier, T., Mason, E., Moyano, M., Berraho, A., Colas, F., Sangrà, P., Hernández-León, S., et al. ICHTHYOPLANKTON TRANSPORT FROM THE AFRICAN COAST TO THE CANARY ISLANDS 10:45-11:00. Eugenio, F., Marcello, J., Martin, J., Fraile-Nuez, E. MONITORING OCEANOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS AND SUBMESOSCALE STRUCTURES OF THE EL HIERRO VOLCANO WITH SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY 11:00-11:15. Santos, F., de Castro, M., Gómez-Gesteira, M., Costoya, X. UPWELLING INFLUENCE ON THE FREQUENCY OF EXTREME HOT SST EVENTS ALONG THE CANARY UPWELLING ECOSYSTEM 11:15-11:30. Jesus, L. C.; Chacaltana, J. T. A. BAROTROPIC AND BAROCLINIC TIDE GENERATION FOR THE OCEAN OFF THE ESPIRITO SANTO STATE, BRAZIL. Ocean Modelling & Coastal Management Chairwoman: Carolina Padrón 12:00-12:15. Santana Falcón, Y., Arístegui Ruiz, J., et al. 15

16 BIOPHYSICAL MODEL COUPLING ROMS AND PISCES IN THE CANARY CURRENT ECOSYSTEM 12:15-12:30. Laiz, I., Ferrer, L., Plomaritis, T.A., Charria, G. STORM RIVER DISCHARGE CONTRIBUTION TO SEA LEVEL IN THE BAY OF BISCAY 12:30-12:45. Clarindo Marcos, G., Rodríguez Rodríguez, G., Fortes, C.J., Reis, M.T., Santana Ceballos, J. ASSESSMENT OF FLOOD RISK BOCA BARRANCO BEACH, CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN 12:45-13:00. Cabrera Vega, L., Arto Cuesta, N., Álvarez Vázquez, R. COASTLINE CHANGES IN THE ESQUINTLA REGION OF GUATEMALA S PACIFIC COAST DERIVED FROM ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIONS 13:00-13:15. Alonso, I., Benavides, A., Rodríguez, S., Hernández-Cordero, A.I., Betancor, J.F., Sánchez, M.J., Casamayor, M. ANCIENT COASTAL LAGOON IN MASPALOMAS DUNE FIELD (GRAN CANARIA). EVIDENCES FROM SEDIMENTOLOGY, VEGETATION AND HISTORICAL DATA 13:15-13:30. Ceballos Sandoval, J. A. THE CICMAR - CARIBE: AN INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGY TO HELP THE COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN SEA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Sala Tenerife Marine Cultures Chairman: Eduardo Almansa 15:30-15:45. Cueto, R., Mendo, J., Argüelles, J., Flye-Sainte-Marie, J., Jean, F., Aguirre, A. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON THE GONADAL CONDITION IN THE PERUVIAN SCALLOP ARGOPECTEN PURPURATUS (L, 1819) PARACAS BAY, P 15:45-16:00. Blanco, A., Chamorro, A., Planas, M. IMPLICATIONS OF PHYSICAL KEY FACTORS IN THE EARLY REARING OF THE LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE HIPPOCAMPUS GUTTULATUS 16:00-16:15. Ofelio, C., Blanco, A., Roura, A., Pascual, S., Pintado, J., Planas, M. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SCUTICOCILIATE PORPOSTOMA NOTATA MOEBIUS, 1888 IN REARED HIPPOCAMPUS HIPPOCAMPUS (L.) SEAHORSES 16:15-16:30. Blanco, A., Chamorro, A., Planas, M. CLOSING THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE EUROPEAN LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE 16

17 HIPPOCAMPUS GUTTULATUS CUVIER 1829 Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Sala Tenerife Geological Oceanography Chairman: José Mangas 17:30-17:45. Lomoschitz, A., Galindo, I. MEGALANDSLIDES ON THE ATLANTIC ISLANDS OF FOGO (CAPE VERDE) AND EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS): A REVIEW 17:45-18:00. Echevarrieta-Legrand, L., Masdeu-Navarro, M., Sánchez-García, M.J., Alonso, I., Castro-Rodríguez, M.A., Hernández-Acosta, C.N., Melián-Ramírez, A., Santiago-Villalba, J., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Suárez-González, E., Montoya-Montes, I. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SHELF AT GRAN CANARIA ISLAND, WITH EVIDENCES OF TECTONIC, VOLCANIC AND SEDIMENTARY FEATURES 18:00-18:15. González, F. J., Somoza, L., Medialdea, T., León, R., Vázquez, J.T., Marino, E., Bellido, E., Reyes, J. VOLCANISM AND FERROMANGANESE DEPOSITS ON SEAMOUNTS AND NEW VOLCANOES FROM THE CANARY ARCHIPELAGO 18:15-18:30. García Sanjosé, P., Mangas, J., Pérez-Chacón, E., Hernández-Calvento, L., Menéndez, I. PROVENANCE ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTS AND SEDIMENTARY ROCKS AT COASTAL OUTCROPS OF CORRALEJO NATURAL PARK (NE FUERTEVENTURA ISLAND) 18:30-18:45. Albarracín, S., Alcántara-Carrió, J., Fontán, A., Montoya, I., Rey, J. THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE GEOMORPHOLOGIC EVOLUTION FOR THE COAST AND INNER SHELF OF THE GULF OF VALENCIA DURING THE QUATERNARY 18:45-19:00. Rodríguez, S., Alonso, I., Sánchez, M.J., Casamayor, M., García-Weil, L., Sy, B.A., Sy, A.A., Faye, C.A.T. MORPHODYNAMIC STUDY OF AN ARTIFICIAL INLET IN LANGUE DE BARBARIE (SENEGAL) FROM 2003 TO 2014 USING LANDSAT IMAGES Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Sala Gran Canaria Geological Oceanography Chairman: Luis Miguel Fernández Salas 17

18 9:30-9:45. Cuñarro, D., Mangas, J., Acosta, J., Rivera, J., García, L. GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE GIANT SUBMARINE LANDSLIDES AND SALT DIAPIRS THAT APPEAR IN THE SEABED AROUND FUERTEVENTURA AND LANZAROTE 9:45-10:00. Rubio, B., Rey, D., Rodríguez-Germade, I., Álvarez-Iglesias, P., Bernabeu, A. M. A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR DETECTING POLLUTION IN COASTAL SEDIMENT CORES: THE ITRAXTM CORE SCANNER 10:00-10:15. Francés, G., Mena, A., Caínzos, V., Pérez-Arlucea, M., Nombela, M.A., Alejo, I., Estrada, F., Diz, P. MILLENNIAL OCEANOGRAPHIC CHANGES DURING THE LAST GLACIAL CYCLE RECORDED IN THE NE ATLANTIC CORE KTA-GC-05 10:15-10:30. Aranda, M., Puig, M., Plomaritis, T.A., Benavente, J. MEDIUM TERM BEHAVIOUR AND EVOLUTION OF A BECAH CUSPS SYSTEM IN A MESOTIDAL BEACH, LA VICTORIA (CÁDIZ, SPAIN) 10:30-10:45. Betancort Lozano, J. F., Meco, J., Lomoschitz, A. NEOGENE MARINE FOSSILS FROM THE EASTERN CANARY ISLANDS 10:45-11:00. Quevedo-González, L. Á., Mangas, J., Acosta, J., Martín-Sosa, P., Tauler, E., Arrese, B., Rivera, J., Rodríguez, S., Menéndez, I. A LEAP IN SEAMOUNTS GEO-CHARACTERIZATION: USING A MULTI- TECHNICAL APPROACH FOR ORIGIN, NATURE AND EVOLUTION OF AMANAY, BANQUETE AND CONCEPTION BANK (CANARY ISLANDS). LIFE+ INDEMARES ( ) 11:00-11:15. Meco, J., Lomoschitz, A., Betancort, J.F., Soler-Onís, E. PRESENCE OF CORALS OF THE LAST INTERGLACIAL IN THE CANARY ISLANDS: MARINE PALAEO-BIOGEOGRAPHICAL IMPLICATIONS 11:15-11:30. Julià-Miralles, M., Mangas, J. GEOLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SEDIMENTARY ROCKS AND SEDIMENTS ASSOCIATED TO SHALLOWS OF EL CONFITAL BAY (NE OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND, CANARY ISLANDS) Chemical Oceanography Chairman: Antonio Tovar 12:00-12:15. Santana-González, C., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M. EMISSIONS OF FE(II) DUE TO THE UNDERSEA VOLCANO OF EL HIERRO 12:15-12:30. López, L., Vega, D., Cianca, A. SHORT-TERM VARIABILITY OF THE DISSOLVED OXYGEN AND CHLOROPHYLL A IN THE UPPER WATERS AT ESTOC 12:30-12:45. Gelado-Caballero, M.D, López-García, P., Patey, M.D., Collado-Sanchez, C., Santana-Castellano, D., Hernández-Brito, J.J. A LONG TIME-SERIES OF ATMOSPHERIC FLUXES OF TRACE METALS AND NUTRIENTS TO THE CANARY BASIN. 18

19 12:45-13:00. Tel, E., García, M.J., de Armas, D., Bellas, J., Bode, A., Cabanas, J.M., García-Martínez, M.C., León, V.M., Campillo, J.A., Rodríguez, M.C., Sánchez-Leal, R., Vélez, P., Viñas, L. RECOVERY AND HOMOGENIZATION OF MARINE CHEMICAL DATA FROM IEO SYSTEMATIC MONITORING PROGRAMS 13:00-13:15. Sánchez-Quiles, D., Manssanet-Mayo, A., Tovar-Sánchez, A. SUNSCREEN AS SOURCE OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PRODUCTION IN COASTAL WATERS 13:15-13:30. Packard, T. T., Maldonado, F., Osma, N., Fernández-Urruzola, I., Martinez, I., Herrera, A., Tames, M., Gómez, M. ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEM ACTIVITY: A KEY MEASUREMENT IN ECOSYSTEM MONITORING Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Sala Gran Canaria Geological Oceanography Chairman: Ignacio Alonso Bilbao 15:30-15:45. Bernabeu, A.M., Lersundi-Kanpistegi, A.V., Rey, D. SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE RÍA DE VIGO (NW SPAIN) UNDER FAIR-WEATHER CONDITIONS: SEDIMENT SOURCES AND FORCING MECHANISM 15:45-16:00. Casamayor, M., Alonso, I., Rodríguez, S., Cabrera, J., Sánchez, M.J. EFFECTS OF STORMS ON A COMPOSITE BEACH, SAN FELIPE, GRAN CANARIA 16:00-16:15. Báez, M., Jaramillo, A., Menéndez, I., Mangas, J. LITHOGENIC FLUX AND TEXTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE SEDIMENT TRAP SAMPLES COLLECTED AT 150 M DEPTH IN THE CANARY BASIN, SPAIN 16:15-16:30. Fernández-Salas, L.M., Vázquez, J.T., Díaz del Río, V., López-González, N., Rueda, J.L., Fraile-Nuez, E. PRELIMINAR MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SUBMARINE VOLCANIC CONES IN THE SOUTHERN PROMONTORY OF EL HIERRO ISLAND Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Sala Gran Canaria 19

20 Fisheries Chairman: J.J. Castro 17:30-17:45. Castro, J.J., Hernández-García, V., Couce-Montero, L., Bilbao-Sieyro, A., Barrera-Luján, A. ROLE OF ONSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE ON FISHING EFFORT AND OVERFISHING: EXAMPLE OF THE CANARY ISLANDS 17:45-18:00. Jiménez Alvarado, D., Castro, J.J. HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE CAPTURES IN CANARY ISLANDS 18:00-18:15. Fontán, L., Lleonart, J., Maynou F. THE APPLICATION OF THE ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO FISHERIES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK SEAS 18:15-18:30. Carrasco, P. POPULATION DYNAMICS OF TIVELA HIANS (BIVALVE: VENERIDAE) IN THE SUBTIDAL ZONE OF BALCONES CAPE, TALARA, PERU 18:30-18:45. Couce-Montero, L., Santana del Pino, A., Trujillo Castellano, L., Castro Hernández, J.J. ECOLOGICAL MODELLING FOR THE MULTISPECIES ARTISANAL FISHERY OF GRAN CANARIA 18:45-19:00. Cort, J.L. CURRENT SITUATION OF THE RESOURCES OF BLUEFIN TUNA, THUNNUS THYNNUS (L.), IN THE NORTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN SEA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Biological Oceanography Chairman: Félix López Figueroa 9:30-9:45. Ariza, A. V., Kaartvedt, S., Røstad, A., Garijo, J. C., Arístegui, J., Fraile-Nuez, E., Hernández-León, S. THE SUBMARINE VOLCANO ERUPTION OFF EL HIERRO ISLAND: EFFECTS ON THE SCATTERING BIOTA AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE PELAGIC COMMUNITY 9:45-10:00. Medina-Alcaraz, C., Castro, J.J., Sosa, P.A. MICROSATELLITE DNA REVEALS LOW GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG CHUB MACKEREL (SCOMBER COLIAS) SAMPLED IN ATLANTIC AND MEDITERRANEA 10:00-10:15. Maldonado, F., Packard, T., Gómez, M., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J. DEVELOPMENT OF A FLUORESCENT METHOD FOR THE DETECTION IN MARINE ORGANISMS OF THE RESPIRATORY ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEM 10:15-10:30. Osaer, F., Narváez, K. Pajuelo, J.G., Lorenzo, J.M. 20

21 FITNESS OF GENERALISED MATURITY SCALES FOR ELASMOBRANCHS WITH A PRACTICAL EXAMPLE OF THE ANGELSHARK SQUATINA SQUATINA 10:30-10:45. Garijo, J. C., Hernández-León, S. THE USE OF IMAGE ANALYSIS SYSTEMS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ZOOPLANKTON PHYSIOLOGICAL RATES AND CARBON FLUXES: A COMPARISON WITH ENZ 10:45-11:00. Sorell, J.M., Medina, A., Goñi, N., Arrizabalaga, H.,Varela, J.L. FEEDING HABITS OF BLUEFIN TUNA (THUNNUS THYNNUS) IN THE STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR: STOMACH-CONTENT AND STABLE-ISOTOPE ANALYSES 11:00-11:15. Armengol, L., Hernández-León, S. MICROZOOPLANKTON GRAZING EXPERIMENTS: WHAT IS GOING ON DURING INCUBATION? 11:15-11:30. Barry Gómez, A.R. PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF HALOPHILIC SPECIES FROM THE GENUS TAMARIX L. (TAMARICACEAE) ON THE ISLAND OF GRAN CANARIA Biodiversity Chairwoman: María Ascención Viera Rodríguez 12:00-12:15. Borras-Fuentes, S., Hernández-García, V., Díez, C., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Castro, J.J. FIRST ASSESS OF THE ECOLOGICAL ROLE OF THE HISTIOTEUTHIDAE (MOLLUSCA, CEPHALOPODA) AT THE CENTRAL-EAST ATLANTIC 12:15-12:30. Machado, A., Bermejo, J.A., Lorenzo, I. AN INTEGRATED MARINE DATA REPOSITORY BASED ON THE ARC MARINE MODEL. A PILOT PROJECT IN THE CANARY ISLANDS 12:30-12:45. Manent P., Quinteiro J., Rodríguez-Castro J., Pérez-Dieguez L., Rey-Méndez M., Gois A.R., Alves A., Araújo R., Carreira G. et al. THE APPLICATION OF PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS TOWARD THE CONSERVATION OF MARINE BIODIVERSITY OF MACARONESIAN AND CAPE VERD ISLANDS 12:45-13:00. Reyes, C., Schiavi, A., Aguilar de Soto, N. AN INSIGHT INTO THE POPULATIONS OF BLAINVILLE S AND CUVIER S BEAKED WHALES OFF EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS): ABUNDANCE ESTIMATION 13:00-13:15. Fais A., Lewis T. P., Zitterbart D. P., Álvarez O., Aguilar de Soto N. ARE SHIP STRIKES SUSTAINABLE FOR THE POPULATION OF SPERM WHALES IN THE CANARY ISLANDS? 13:15-13:30. Vila, F., Tuya, F., Zarranz, M., Rieiro Leite, L., Robaina, R., Bergasa, O. INCREASING CYMODOCEA NODOSA SEEDLING SURVIVAL AT SEA AFTER THEIR GENESIS IN VITRO Plenary Talk 21

22 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Biological Oceanography Chairman: Ted Packard 15:30-15:45. Clemente, S., Mendoza, J.C., Hereu, B., Lazzari, N., Hernández, J. C. RESILIENCE OF BENTHIC ASSEMBLAGES IN A MARINE PROTECTED AREA: THE UNDERWATER VOLCANIC ERUPTION IN EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS) 15:45-16:00. Romero-Kutzner, V., Packard, T. T., Berdalet, E., Roy, S., Gómez, M. IMPORTANCE AND IMPLICATIONS OF VARIABILITY IN RESPIRATION QUOTIENT (RQ): MARINE BACTERIAL EXPERIMENTS 16:00-16:15. Santana Falcón, Y., Arístegui Ruiz, J. et al. AN ANNUAL CYCLE OF THE OFFSHORE TRANSPORT OF ORGANIC MATTER AND CHLOROPHYLL BY AN UPWELLING FILAMENT OFF CAPE GHIR (NW AFRICA) 16:15-16:30. Packard, T. T., Osma, N., Fernández-Urruzola, I., Gómez, M. CARBON FLUX, NUTRIENT RETENTION EFFICIENCY AND THE CURVATURE OF RESPIRATION DEPTH-PROFILES IN THE OCEAN WATER COLUMN Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Biodiversity-Biotechnology Chairwoman: Milagros Rico Santos 17:30-17:45. Ramírez M.C., Ariza A., Azcárate P., Brun F.G. WHAT DO OUR SCHOOLCHILDREN KNOW ABOUT MARINE ENVIRONMENTS? USING SEAGRASSES AS A CASE OF STUDY 17:45-18:00. Menci, C., Sanabria-Fernández, J.A., Riera, R., Becerro, M.A. ASSESSING FISH AND INVERTEBRATES DIVERSITY AS A FUNCTION OF PRESSURE OF RECREATIONAL SCUBA DIVING 18:00-18:15. López, A., Rico, M., Suárez de Tangil, M., Rivero, A. PHENOLIC PROPHILE OF MACROALGAE: STYPOCAULON SCOPARIUM, CORALLINA ELONGATA AND CYSTOSEIRA ABIESMARINA 18:15-18:30. García-Fuentes, A., Forja, J., Lubián, L.M. CARBON DISTRIBUTION IN SEMI-CONTINUOUS CULTURES OF NANNOCHLOROPSIS GADITANA UNDER DIFFERENT PH AND TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS 18:30-18:45. Ferriol, P., Toledo, F. J., Mediavilla, M.J., Leon, F., Brouard, I., Estévez, F.J., Santana, J. J., Toledo, C. C. BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SPONGE METABOLITES FROM CANARY ISLANDS 22

23 18:45-19:00. Peñuela Mendoza, A.C., Pérez Reyes, C., Gómez Pinchetti, J.L. LABORATORY CULTURE OF CAESPITELLA PASCERI (BEA 0149) AND EUGLENA SP. (BEA 0937), STRAINS WITH POTENTIAL USE IN AQUACULTURE 23

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26 Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday Friday 8:30-9:00 9:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-9:45 9:45-10:00 10:00-10:15 10:15-10:30 10:30-10:45 10:45-11:00 11:00-11:15 11:15-11:30 11:30-11:45 11:45-12:00 12:00-12:15 Check in Opening ceremony Plenary talk: Jorge Sarmiento Plenary talk: Cisco Werner Coffee Break Plenary talk: Gregorio Parrilla 8 TALKS: MARINE POLLUTION AND ECOTOXICOLOGY Coffee Break 1 TALK: TECHNOLOGY 7 TALKS: PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Plenary talk: Des Barton 8 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Coffee Break 8 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 12:15-12:30 12:30-12:45 12:45-13:00 13:00-13:15 13:15-13:30 6 TALKS: BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES 6 TALKS: BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES 3 TALKS: OCEAN MODELLING 3 TALKS: COASTAL MANAGEMEN 6 TALKS: CHEMICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 6 TALKS: BIODIVERSITY 13:30-13:45 13:45-14:00 14:00-14:15 14:15-14:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch 14:30-14:45 14:45-15:00 15:00-15:15 15:15-15:30 Plenary talk: Emilio Fernández Plenary talk: Eduardo Balguerías Plenary talk: Javier Arístegui 15:30-15:45 15:45-16:00 16:00-16:15 16:15-16:30 16:30-16:45 16:45-17:00 17:00-17:15 17:15-17:30 17:30-17:45 4 TALKS: OCEANOGRAPHY 4 TALKS: MARINE POLLUTION AND ECOTOXICOLOGY 4 TALKS: MARINE CULTURES 4 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Plenary talk: Sergio Sañudo Plenary talk: Juan Tomás Vázquez Plenary talk: Octavio Llinás 4 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 17:45-18:00 18:00-18:15 18:15-18:30 18:30-18:45 6 TALKS: OCEANOGRAPHY 6 TALKS: MARINE POLLUTION AND ECOTOXICOLOGY 6 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 6 TALKS: FISHERIES 2 TALKS: BIODIVERSITY 4 TALKS: BIOTECHNOLOGY 18:45-19:00 19:00-19:15 19:15-19:30 Poster session Poster session Poster session 19:30-19:45 20:00 h Welcoming Cocktail 21:00 h Gala Dinner

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28 Wednesday, June 11 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talks 10:30-11:00. Jorge L. Sarmiento, Jaime B. Palter, Greg de Souza, and Carolina Dufour FUELING THE BIOLOGICAL PUMP 11:00-11:30. Francisco Werner and Enrique Curchitser EARTH SYSTEM MODELS AND UPWELLING SYSTEMS: ADVANCES AND IMPLEMENTATION IN THE STUDY OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT ECOSYSTEM Sala Gran Canaria Biogeochemical Processes Chairwoman: J. Magdalena Santana Casiano 12:00-12:15. Burgos, M., Forja, J.M., González-Mazo, E., Ortega, T., Ponce, R., Gómez- Parra, A. SEASONAL HYPOXIA IN CADIZ BAY SHALLOW SYSTEMS 12:12-12:30. Ortega, T., Burgos, M., Ponce, R., Gómez-Parra, A., Forja, J.M. ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITY EFFECTS ON BENTHIC GREENHOUSE GASES PRODUCTION IN THE CADIZ BAY NATURAL PARK (SW SPAIN) 12:30-12:45. Ponce, R., Burgos, M., Ortega, T., Forja, J.M., Gómez-Parra, A. SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF NUTRIENT BEHAVIOR AND FLUXES OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN AND CO 2 IN THE GUADALETE RIVER ESTUARY (SW SPAIN) 12:45-13:00. Gurgel H., Forja J.M., Gómez A. OPTIMIZATION OF CO 2 INJECTION CONDITIONS IN CULTURES OF MARINE MICROALGAS: NANNOCHLORIS ATOMUS AND TETRASELMIS CHUII. 13:00-13:15. González, A.G., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M., Suárez de Tangil, M., Pérez-Almeida, N. THE EFFECT OF DUNALIELLA TERTIOLECTA ORGANIC EXUDATES ON THE FE(II) OXIDATION KINETICS IN SEAWATER 13:15-13:30. Sánchez, J., Ibáñez, I., Palacios, V.M., Roldán, A.M. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND CALORIC VALUE OF ULVA SSP. COLLECTED IN TWO DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE BAY OF CADIZ Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Emilio Fernández LA INVESTIGACIÓN DEL MAR EN ESPAÑA. REFLEXIONES DESDE FINIS TERRAE Sala Gran Canaria Oceanography Chairman: Jesús Forja 28

29 15:30-15:45. González-Dávila, M., Santana-Casiano, J.M., Machín, F. CO 2 FLUXES OFF NORTHWEST AFRICA 15:45-16:00. Guallart, E.F., Fajar, N.M., Legge, O., Brown, P., Pelejero, C., Messias, M.J., Shuster, U., Calvo, E., Watson, A., Ríos, A.F., Pérez, F.F. TRENDS IN ANTHROPOGENIC CO 2 IN WATER MASSES OF THE SUBTROPICAL NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN 16:00-16:15. García-Martínez, M.C., Moya, F., Vargas-Yáñez, M., Serra, M., López-Jurado, J.L., Aparicio, A., Tel, E. CARBON DIOXIDE. SPATIAL AND SEASONAL VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTHWESTERN SPANISH MEDITERRANEAN 16:15-16:30. Padin, X.A., Ruiz-Pino, D., Cobo-Viveros, A.M., Bouvet, A., Pérez, F. F., Ríos, A. F. SUMMER AIR-SEA CO 2 FLUXES IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN SHELVES OBTAINED DURING THE TARA OCEANS POLAR CIRCLE 2013 EXPEDITION Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Sergio Sañudo-Wilhelmy, Danielle Monteverde and Laura Gomez-Consarnau B-VITAMINS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE IN THE STUDY OF THE COENZYMES THAT BUILT AND MAINTAIN A HABITABLE PLANET Sala Gran Canaria Oceanography Chairwoman: Teodora Ortega Díaz 17:30-17:45. Forja, J.M., Ferrón, S., Ribas, M., Ortega, T., Ponce, R., Gómez-Parra, A. AIR-WATERS FLUXES OF GREENHOUSE GASES (CO 2, CH 4 and N 2 O) IN THE NORTH- EASTERN SHELF OF THE GULF OF CÁDIZ 17:45-18:00. Burgos, M., Forja, J.M., Ortega, T. SEASONAL VARIATIONS ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM COASTAL SYSTEMS LOCATED IN CADIZ BAY (SW SPAIN) 18:00-18:15. Soto Ruiz, M. TROPICAL TUNA SPANISH FISHERIES 18:15-18:30. Barber-Lluch E., Fernández E., Nieto O. DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY FOR THE DETERMINATION OF B-VITAMINS IN SEAWATER 18:30-18:45. Fernández-Montblanc, T., Bethencourt, M., Izquierdo, A. CORROSION RATES OF METALLIC UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS: AFFECTION ASSESSMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN COASTAL MARINE ENVIRONMENT 18:45-19:00. Morales, E., Alduán, M., Adern, N., Reyes, B., Aguilar de Soto, N. WHAT TO DO WHEN A PROTECTED SPECIES EATS YOUR FISH? A 29

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31 Thursday, June 12 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Gregorio Parrilla HENRY MELSON STOMMEL: FROM PIONEER TO CLASSIC Sala Gran Canaria Marine Ecotoxicology and Pollution Chairman: José Juan Santana 9:30-9:45. Solé, M., Blázquez, M., Siscar, R., Torreblanca, A., Pertusa, J., Tort, L., Berdié, L., Piquer, V., Mañanós, E., Varó, I. A MULTI BIOMARKER APPROACH FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITION OF SOLEA SP POPULATIONS IN NW MEDITERRANEAN FISHING 9:45-10:00. Montero, N., Baudrimont, M., González, P., Gourves, P.Y., Belzunce-Segarra, M.J. PASSIVE SAMPLERS AND BIOMARKERS TO ASSESS METAL LABILE CONCENTRATIONS AND THE ASSOCIATED BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS: CASE STUDIES IN THE NORTH-MÉDOC SALT MARSHES (GIRONDE ESTUARY, FRANCE) AND IN THE OIARTZUN ESTUARY (SPAIN) 10:00-10:15. Guitart, C., Slattery, M., Ankisetty, S., Radwan, M., Ross, S.J., Letcher, R.J., Reddy, C.M. CONTEMPORARY 14C RADIOCARBON LEVELS OF O-PBDEs ISOLATED IN SPONGE- CYANOBACTERIA ASSOCIATIONS 10:15-10:30. Corada-Fernández, C., González-Mazo, E., Lara-Martín, P.A. DEGRADABILITY OF ANIONIC SURFACTANTS IN DIFFERENT ANOXIC MARINE SEDIMENTS 10:30-10:45. León, V.M., Moreno-González, R., Besada, V., Martínez, F., García, V., Schultze, F., Campillo, J.A. BIOMAGNIFICATION OF METALS AND ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN SEA SNAIL FROM COCKLE IN THE MAR MENOR LAGOON (SE SPAIN) 10:45-11:00. Besada, V., Schultze, F., López, M., Bellas, J. LIMPETS VERSUS WILD MUSSELS: TOOL FOR MONITORING METALS IN THE CANARY ISLANDS (SPAIN) 11:00-11:15. Rico, M., López, A., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González, A.G., González-Dávila, M. PHENOLIC PROFILE OF MICROALGAE GROWING UNDER COPPER STRESS 11:15-11:30. Valimaña Traverso, J.M., Soto Mancera, F., Albendín García, M.G., Manuel Vez, M.P., Arellano López, J.M., Arufe Martínez, M.I. IN VITRO INHIBITION BY ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS OF GILTHEAD SEABREAM (SPARUS AURATA) MUSCLE CHOLINESTERASES AND THEORETICAL 31

32 APPROACH TO THE ENZYME-INHIBITOR INTERACTION Biogeochemical Processes Chairman: Abelardo Gómez-Parra 12:00-12:15. Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M., Fraile-Nuez, E., de Armas, D. THE NATURAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND FERTILIZATION EVENT CAUSED BY THE SUBMARINE ERUPTION OF EL HIERRO 12:15-12:30. Santos-Echeandía, J., Bernárdez, P., Caetano, M., Prego, R. NATURAL ENRICHMENT OF COASTAL WATERS: THE INFLUENCE OF THE GEOLOGICAL BASEMENT ON TRACE METAL LEVELS IN THE NW IBERIAN PENINSULA 12:30-12:45. Tovar-Sánchez, A., Arrieta, J.M., Duarte, C.M., Sañudo-Wilhelmy, S.A. TRACE METAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE SURFACE MICROLAYER OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA 12:45-13:00. Laglera L.M., Santos-Echeandia J., Klaas C., Wolf-Gadrow D.A. IRON PARTITION IN SURFACE WATERS OF A LARGE-SCALE SUMMER BLOOM SOUTH OF THE ANTARCTIC POLAR FRONT 13:00-13:15. Pérez-Almeida, N., González, A.G., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M., Samperio, G. IRON AND COPPER COMPETITIONS DURING REDOX REACTIONS IN NATURAL WATERS 13:15-13:30. Samperio-Ramos, G., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M., González, A.G. THE ROLE OF NUTRIENTS SPECIATION ON THE OXIDATION RATE OF Fe(II) IN SEAWATER Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Eduardo Balguerías (Título por confirmar) Sala Gran Canaria Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology Chairman: Julián Blasco 15:30-15:45. Mombo, S., González, A.G., Fernández-Rojo, L., Leflaive, J., Lamy, Oleg S. Pokrovsky, A., Rols, J.L. RESPONSE OF PHOTOTROPHIC BIOFILM TO THE PRESENCE OF SILVER 32

33 NANOPARTICLES IN NATURAL WATERS 15:45-16:00. Pérez, S., Moreno-Garrido, I., Capitán-Vallvey, L.F., Lapresta-Fernández, A., Lubián, L.M., Blasco, J. TOXICITY OF SILVER AND GOLD-SILVER ALLOY NANOPARTICLES IN MARINE AND FRESHWATER MICROALGAE 16:00-16:15. Montesdeoca Esponda, S., Sosa Ferrera, Z., Santana Rodríguez, J.J. BENZOTRIAZOLE UV STABILIZERS IN SEAWATER AND MARINE SEDIMENTS: A FIRST APPROACH OF THE SITUATION IN GRAN CANARIA ISLAND 16:15-16:30. Pintado-Herrera, M.G., Allan, I.J., González-Mazo, E., Lara-Martín, P.A. SILICON-BASED PASSIVE SAMPLERS FOR MONITORING HYDROPHOBIC EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Juan Tomás Vázquez SUBMARINE EMISSIONS ON THE SEAFLOOR: FROM COLD SEEPS TO HOT VENTS Sala Gran Canaria Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology Chairwoman: María Dolores Gelado 17:30-17:45. Franco-Barrios, A., Torres-Padrón, M. E., Sosa-Ferrera, Z., Santana- Rodríguez, J. J. ANTIFOULING BOOSTER BIOCIDES IN SEA MULLET (Mugil cephalus) SAMPLED IN HARBOURS OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND (CANARY ISLANDS) 17:45-18:00. Díaz-Garduño, B., Perales, J.A., Manzano, M.A., García-Luque, E., Garrido, C., Martín-Díaz, M. L. ECOTOXICOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF WASTEWATER EFFLUENTS IN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS: BEFORE AND AFTER ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESS (POA) AND PHOTOBIODEPURATION TREATMENT 18:00-18:15. Sánchez-Rodríguez, Á., Sosa-Ferrera, Z., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J. BOOSTER BIOCIDES IN MARINE ENVIRONMENT. A NEW CHALLENGE AFTER TBT AGE 18:15-18:30. Lara Martín, P.A., González Mazo, E., Brownawell, B.J. GEOCHRONOLOGIES OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN SEWAGE-IMPACTED COASTAL SETTINGS (JAMAICA BAY, NY) 18:30-18:45. Abu-Raya, M.C.,Nieto, O. IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING NETWORK IN THE COASTAL SYSTEM OF CAPE VERDE: PRELIMINARY STUDIES 18:45-19:00. Aguirre-Martínez, G.V., Del Valls, T. A., Martín-Díaz, M. L. 33

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35 Friday, June 13 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Sala Tenerife Physical Oceanography & Technology Chairman: Gabriel Rosón 9:30-9:45. Ramos, A., Strandskov, N., Glenn, S., Aragon, D.K., García-Martel, J.R., Schofield, O., Kohut, J., Haskins, T., Haldeman, C., Redondo, A., Coca, J. CHALLENGER GLIDER MISSION: LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA ( ) 9:45-10:00. Gómez-Enri, J., Villares, P., Tejedor, B., Aboitiz, A., Laiz, I., Coca, J., Vignudelli, S., Cipollini, P., Passaro, M. PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF COASTAL ALTIMETRY 10:00-10:15. González, C.J., Reyes, E., Dastis, C., Gómez-Enri, J., Tejedor, B., Bruno, M., Izquierdo, A., Mañanes, R., Álvarez, O. UCA-OCEANSMAP: AN OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY SYSTEM FOR THE ANDALUSIAN COAST DEVELOPED IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE ARCOPOLPLUS AND ARC 10:15-10:30. Herrero, C., García-Olivares, A., De La Fuente, P., Pelegrí, J.L. STATISTICAL STUDY OF RELAXATION OSCILLATIONS. A QUEST TO FIND A REAL EARLY WARNING SIGNAL IN CLIMATE CHANGE 10:30-10:45. Brochier, T., Mason, E., Moyano, M., Berraho, A., Colas, F., Sangrà, P., Hernández-León, S., et al. ICHTHYOPLANKTON TRANSPORT FROM THE AFRICAN COAST TO THE CANARY ISLANDS 10:45-11:00. Eugenio, F., Marcello, J., Martin, J., Fraile-Nuez, E. MONITORING OCEANOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS AND SUBMESOSCALE STRUCTURES OF THE EL HIERRO VOLCANO WITH SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY 11:00-11:15. Santos, F., de Castro, M., Gómez-Gesteira, M., Costoya, X. UPWELLING INFLUENCE ON THE FREQUENCY OF EXTREME HOT SST EVENTS ALONG THE CANARY UPWELLING ECOSYSTEM 11:15-11:30. Jesus, L. C.; Chacaltana, J. T. A. BAROTROPIC AND BAROCLINIC TIDE GENERATION FOR THE OCEAN OFF THE ESPIRITO SANTO STATE, BRAZIL. Ocean Modelling & Coastal Management Chairwoman: Carolina Padrón 12:00-12:15. Santana Falcón, Y., Arístegui Ruiz, J., et al. 35

36 BIOPHYSICAL MODEL COUPLING ROMS AND PISCES IN THE CANARY CURRENT ECOSYSTEM 12:15-12:30. Laiz, I., Ferrer, L., Plomaritis, T.A., Charria, G. STORM RIVER DISCHARGE CONTRIBUTION TO SEA LEVEL IN THE BAY OF BISCAY 12:30-12:45. Clarindo Marcos, G., Rodríguez Rodríguez, G., Fortes, C.J., Reis, M.T., Santana Ceballos, J. ASSESSMENT OF FLOOD RISK BOCA BARRANCO BEACH, CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN 12:45-13:00. Cabrera Vega, L., Arto Cuesta, N., Álvarez Vázquez, R. COASTLINE CHANGES IN THE ESQUINTLA REGION OF GUATEMALA S PACIFIC COAST DERIVED FROM ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIONS 13:00-13:15. Alonso, I., Benavides, A., Rodríguez, S., Hernández-Cordero, A.I., Betancor, J.F., Sánchez, M.J., Casamayor, M. ANCIENT COASTAL LAGOON IN MASPALOMAS DUNE FIELD (GRAN CANARIA). EVIDENCES FROM SEDIMENTOLOGY, VEGETATION AND HISTORICAL DATA 13:15-13:30. Ceballos Sandoval, J. A. THE CICMAR - CARIBE: AN INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGY TO HELP THE COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN SEA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Sala Tenerife Marine Cultures Chairman: Eduardo Almansa 15:30-15:45. Cueto, R., Mendo, J., Argüelles, J., Flye-Sainte-Marie, J., Jean, F., Aguirre, A. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON THE GONADAL CONDITION IN THE PERUVIAN SCALLOP ARGOPECTEN PURPURATUS (L, 1819) PARACAS BAY, P 15:45-16:00. Blanco, A., Chamorro, A., Planas, M. IMPLICATIONS OF PHYSICAL KEY FACTORS IN THE EARLY REARING OF THE LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE HIPPOCAMPUS GUTTULATUS 16:00-16:15. Ofelio, C., Blanco, A., Roura, A., Pascual, S., Pintado, J., Planas, M. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SCUTICOCILIATE PORPOSTOMA NOTATA MOEBIUS, 1888 IN REARED HIPPOCAMPUS HIPPOCAMPUS (L.) SEAHORSES 16:15-16:30. Blanco, A., Chamorro, A., Planas, M. CLOSING THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE EUROPEAN LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE 36

37 HIPPOCAMPUS GUTTULATUS CUVIER 1829 Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Sala Tenerife Geological Oceanography Chairman: José Mangas 17:30-17:45. Lomoschitz, A., Galindo, I. MEGALANDSLIDES ON THE ATLANTIC ISLANDS OF FOGO (CAPE VERDE) AND EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS): A REVIEW 17:45-18:00. Echevarrieta-Legrand, L., Masdeu-Navarro, M., Sánchez-García, M.J., Alonso, I., Castro-Rodríguez, M.A., Hernández-Acosta, C.N., Melián-Ramírez, A., Santiago-Villalba, J., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Suárez-González, E., Montoya-Montes, I. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SHELF AT GRAN CANARIA ISLAND, WITH EVIDENCES OF TECTONIC, VOLCANIC AND SEDIMENTARY FEATURES 18:00-18:15. González, F. J., Somoza, L., Medialdea, T., León, R., Vázquez, J.T., Marino, E., Bellido, E., Reyes, J. VOLCANISM AND FERROMANGANESE DEPOSITS ON SEAMOUNTS AND NEW VOLCANOES FROM THE CANARY ARCHIPELAGO 18:15-18:30. García Sanjosé, P., Mangas, J., Pérez-Chacón, E., Hernández-Calvento, L., Menéndez, I. PROVENANCE ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTS AND SEDIMENTARY ROCKS AT COASTAL OUTCROPS OF CORRALEJO NATURAL PARK (NE FUERTEVENTURA ISLAND) 18:30-18:45. Albarracín, S., Alcántara-Carrió, J., Fontán, A., Montoya, I., Rey, J. THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE GEOMORPHOLOGIC EVOLUTION FOR THE COAST AND INNER SHELF OF THE GULF OF VALENCIA DURING THE QUATERNARY 18:45-19:00. Rodríguez, S., Alonso, I., Sánchez, M.J., Casamayor, M., García-Weil, L., Sy, B.A., Sy, A.A., Faye, C.A.T. MORPHODYNAMIC STUDY OF AN ARTIFICIAL INLET IN LANGUE DE BARBARIE (SENEGAL) FROM 2003 TO 2014 USING LANDSAT IMAGES Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Sala Gran Canaria Geological Oceanography Chairman: Luis Miguel Fernández Salas 37

38 9:30-9:45. Cuñarro, D., Mangas, J., Acosta, J., Rivera, J., García, L. GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE GIANT SUBMARINE LANDSLIDES AND SALT DIAPIRS THAT APPEAR IN THE SEABED AROUND FUERTEVENTURA AND LANZAROTE 9:45-10:00. Rubio, B., Rey, D., Rodríguez-Germade, I., Álvarez-Iglesias, P., Bernabeu, A. M. A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR DETECTING POLLUTION IN COASTAL SEDIMENT CORES: THE ITRAXTM CORE SCANNER 10:00-10:15. Francés, G., Mena, A., Caínzos, V., Pérez-Arlucea, M., Nombela, M.A., Alejo, I., Estrada, F., Diz, P. MILLENNIAL OCEANOGRAPHIC CHANGES DURING THE LAST GLACIAL CYCLE RECORDED IN THE NE ATLANTIC CORE KTA-GC-05 10:15-10:30. Aranda, M., Puig, M., Plomaritis, T.A., Benavente, J. MEDIUM TERM BEHAVIOUR AND EVOLUTION OF A BECAH CUSPS SYSTEM IN A MESOTIDAL BEACH, LA VICTORIA (CÁDIZ, SPAIN) 10:30-10:45. Betancort Lozano, J. F., Meco, J., Lomoschitz, A. NEOGENE MARINE FOSSILS FROM THE EASTERN CANARY ISLANDS 10:45-11:00. Quevedo-González, L. Á., Mangas, J., Acosta, J., Martín-Sosa, P., Tauler, E., Arrese, B., Rivera, J., Rodríguez, S., Menéndez, I. A LEAP IN SEAMOUNTS GEO-CHARACTERIZATION: USING A MULTI- TECHNICAL APPROACH FOR ORIGIN, NATURE AND EVOLUTION OF AMANAY, BANQUETE AND CONCEPTION BANK (CANARY ISLANDS). LIFE+ INDEMARES ( ) 11:00-11:15. Meco, J., Lomoschitz, A., Betancort, J.F., Soler-Onís, E. PRESENCE OF CORALS OF THE LAST INTERGLACIAL IN THE CANARY ISLANDS: MARINE PALAEO-BIOGEOGRAPHICAL IMPLICATIONS 11:15-11:30. Julià-Miralles, M., Mangas, J. GEOLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SEDIMENTARY ROCKS AND SEDIMENTS ASSOCIATED TO SHALLOWS OF EL CONFITAL BAY (NE OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND, CANARY ISLANDS) Chemical Oceanography Chairman: Antonio Tovar 12:00-12:15. Santana-González, C., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M. EMISSIONS OF FE(II) DUE TO THE UNDERSEA VOLCANO OF EL HIERRO 12:15-12:30. López, L., Vega, D., Cianca, A. SHORT-TERM VARIABILITY OF THE DISSOLVED OXYGEN AND CHLOROPHYLL A IN THE UPPER WATERS AT ESTOC 12:30-12:45. Gelado-Caballero, M.D, López-García, P., Patey, M.D., Collado-Sanchez, C., Santana-Castellano, D., Hernández-Brito, J.J. A LONG TIME-SERIES OF ATMOSPHERIC FLUXES OF TRACE METALS AND NUTRIENTS TO THE CANARY BASIN. 38

39 12:45-13:00. Tel, E., García, M.J., de Armas, D., Bellas, J., Bode, A., Cabanas, J.M., García-Martínez, M.C., León, V.M., Campillo, J.A., Rodríguez, M.C., Sánchez-Leal, R., Vélez, P., Viñas, L. RECOVERY AND HOMOGENIZATION OF MARINE CHEMICAL DATA FROM IEO SYSTEMATIC MONITORING PROGRAMS 13:00-13:15. Sánchez-Quiles, D., Manssanet-Mayo, A., Tovar-Sánchez, A. SUNSCREEN AS SOURCE OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PRODUCTION IN COASTAL WATERS 13:15-13:30. Packard, T. T., Maldonado, F., Osma, N., Fernández-Urruzola, I., Martinez, I., Herrera, A., Tames, M., Gómez, M. ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEM ACTIVITY: A KEY MEASUREMENT IN ECOSYSTEM MONITORING Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Sala Gran Canaria Geological Oceanography Chairman: Ignacio Alonso Bilbao 15:30-15:45. Bernabeu, A.M., Lersundi-Kanpistegi, A.V., Rey, D. SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE RÍA DE VIGO (NW SPAIN) UNDER FAIR-WEATHER CONDITIONS: SEDIMENT SOURCES AND FORCING MECHANISM 15:45-16:00. Casamayor, M., Alonso, I., Rodríguez, S., Cabrera, J., Sánchez, M.J. EFFECTS OF STORMS ON A COMPOSITE BEACH, SAN FELIPE, GRAN CANARIA 16:00-16:15. Báez, M., Jaramillo, A., Menéndez, I., Mangas, J. LITHOGENIC FLUX AND TEXTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE SEDIMENT TRAP SAMPLES COLLECTED AT 150 M DEPTH IN THE CANARY BASIN, SPAIN 16:15-16:30. Fernández-Salas, L.M., Vázquez, J.T., Díaz del Río, V., López-González, N., Rueda, J.L., Fraile-Nuez, E. PRELIMINAR MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SUBMARINE VOLCANIC CONES IN THE SOUTHERN PROMONTORY OF EL HIERRO ISLAND Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Sala Gran Canaria 39

40 Fisheries Chairman: J.J. Castro 17:30-17:45. Castro, J.J., Hernández-García, V., Couce-Montero, L., Bilbao-Sieyro, A., Barrera-Luján, A. ROLE OF ONSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE ON FISHING EFFORT AND OVERFISHING: EXAMPLE OF THE CANARY ISLANDS 17:45-18:00. Jiménez Alvarado, D., Castro, J.J. HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE CAPTURES IN CANARY ISLANDS 18:00-18:15. Fontán, L., Lleonart, J., Maynou F. THE APPLICATION OF THE ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO FISHERIES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK SEAS 18:15-18:30. Carrasco, P. POPULATION DYNAMICS OF TIVELA HIANS (BIVALVE: VENERIDAE) IN THE SUBTIDAL ZONE OF BALCONES CAPE, TALARA, PERU 18:30-18:45. Couce-Montero, L., Santana del Pino, A., Trujillo Castellano, L., Castro Hernández, J.J. ECOLOGICAL MODELLING FOR THE MULTISPECIES ARTISANAL FISHERY OF GRAN CANARIA 18:45-19:00. Cort, J.L. CURRENT SITUATION OF THE RESOURCES OF BLUEFIN TUNA, THUNNUS THYNNUS (L.), IN THE NORTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN SEA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Biological Oceanography Chairman: Félix López Figueroa 9:30-9:45. Ariza, A. V., Kaartvedt, S., Røstad, A., Garijo, J. C., Arístegui, J., Fraile-Nuez, E., Hernández-León, S. THE SUBMARINE VOLCANO ERUPTION OFF EL HIERRO ISLAND: EFFECTS ON THE SCATTERING BIOTA AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE PELAGIC COMMUNITY 9:45-10:00. Medina-Alcaraz, C., Castro, J.J., Sosa, P.A. MICROSATELLITE DNA REVEALS LOW GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG CHUB MACKEREL (SCOMBER COLIAS) SAMPLED IN ATLANTIC AND MEDITERRANEA 10:00-10:15. Maldonado, F., Packard, T., Gómez, M., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J. DEVELOPMENT OF A FLUORESCENT METHOD FOR THE DETECTION IN MARINE ORGANISMS OF THE RESPIRATORY ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEM 10:15-10:30. Osaer, F., Narváez, K. Pajuelo, J.G., Lorenzo, J.M. 40

41 FITNESS OF GENERALISED MATURITY SCALES FOR ELASMOBRANCHS WITH A PRACTICAL EXAMPLE OF THE ANGELSHARK SQUATINA SQUATINA 10:30-10:45. Garijo, J. C., Hernández-León, S. THE USE OF IMAGE ANALYSIS SYSTEMS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ZOOPLANKTON PHYSIOLOGICAL RATES AND CARBON FLUXES: A COMPARISON WITH ENZ 10:45-11:00. Sorell, J.M., Medina, A., Goñi, N., Arrizabalaga, H.,Varela, J.L. FEEDING HABITS OF BLUEFIN TUNA (THUNNUS THYNNUS) IN THE STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR: STOMACH-CONTENT AND STABLE-ISOTOPE ANALYSES 11:00-11:15. Armengol, L., Hernández-León, S. MICROZOOPLANKTON GRAZING EXPERIMENTS: WHAT IS GOING ON DURING INCUBATION? 11:15-11:30. Barry Gómez, A.R. PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF HALOPHILIC SPECIES FROM THE GENUS TAMARIX L. (TAMARICACEAE) ON THE ISLAND OF GRAN CANARIA Biodiversity Chairwoman: María Ascención Viera Rodríguez 12:00-12:15. Borras-Fuentes, S., Hernández-García, V., Díez, C., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Castro, J.J. FIRST ASSESS OF THE ECOLOGICAL ROLE OF THE HISTIOTEUTHIDAE (MOLLUSCA, CEPHALOPODA) AT THE CENTRAL-EAST ATLANTIC 12:15-12:30. Machado, A., Bermejo, J.A., Lorenzo, I. AN INTEGRATED MARINE DATA REPOSITORY BASED ON THE ARC MARINE MODEL. A PILOT PROJECT IN THE CANARY ISLANDS 12:30-12:45. Manent P., Quinteiro J., Rodríguez-Castro J., Pérez-Dieguez L., Rey-Méndez M., Gois A.R., Alves A., Araújo R., Carreira G. et al. THE APPLICATION OF PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS TOWARD THE CONSERVATION OF MARINE BIODIVERSITY OF MACARONESIAN AND CAPE VERD ISLANDS 12:45-13:00. Reyes, C., Schiavi, A., Aguilar de Soto, N. AN INSIGHT INTO THE POPULATIONS OF BLAINVILLE S AND CUVIER S BEAKED WHALES OFF EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS): ABUNDANCE ESTIMATION 13:00-13:15. Fais A., Lewis T. P., Zitterbart D. P., Álvarez O., Aguilar de Soto N. ARE SHIP STRIKES SUSTAINABLE FOR THE POPULATION OF SPERM WHALES IN THE CANARY ISLANDS? 13:15-13:30. Vila, F., Tuya, F., Zarranz, M., Rieiro Leite, L., Robaina, R., Bergasa, O. INCREASING CYMODOCEA NODOSA SEEDLING SURVIVAL AT SEA AFTER THEIR GENESIS IN VITRO Plenary Talk 41

42 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Biological Oceanography Chairman: Ted Packard 15:30-15:45. Clemente, S., Mendoza, J.C., Hereu, B., Lazzari, N., Hernández, J. C. RESILIENCE OF BENTHIC ASSEMBLAGES IN A MARINE PROTECTED AREA: THE UNDERWATER VOLCANIC ERUPTION IN EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS) 15:45-16:00. Romero-Kutzner, V., Packard, T. T., Berdalet, E., Roy, S., Gómez, M. IMPORTANCE AND IMPLICATIONS OF VARIABILITY IN RESPIRATION QUOTIENT (RQ): MARINE BACTERIAL EXPERIMENTS 16:00-16:15. Santana Falcón, Y., Arístegui Ruiz, J. et al. AN ANNUAL CYCLE OF THE OFFSHORE TRANSPORT OF ORGANIC MATTER AND CHLOROPHYLL BY AN UPWELLING FILAMENT OFF CAPE GHIR (NW AFRICA) 16:15-16:30. Packard, T. T., Osma, N., Fernández-Urruzola, I., Gómez, M. CARBON FLUX, NUTRIENT RETENTION EFFICIENCY AND THE CURVATURE OF RESPIRATION DEPTH-PROFILES IN THE OCEAN WATER COLUMN Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Biodiversity-Biotechnology Chairwoman: Milagros Rico Santos 17:30-17:45. Ramírez M.C., Ariza A., Azcárate P., Brun F.G. WHAT DO OUR SCHOOLCHILDREN KNOW ABOUT MARINE ENVIRONMENTS? USING SEAGRASSES AS A CASE OF STUDY 17:45-18:00. Menci, C., Sanabria-Fernández, J.A., Riera, R., Becerro, M.A. ASSESSING FISH AND INVERTEBRATES DIVERSITY AS A FUNCTION OF PRESSURE OF RECREATIONAL SCUBA DIVING 18:00-18:15. López, A., Rico, M., Suárez de Tangil, M., Rivero, A. PHENOLIC PROPHILE OF MACROALGAE: STYPOCAULON SCOPARIUM, CORALLINA ELONGATA AND CYSTOSEIRA ABIESMARINA 18:15-18:30. García-Fuentes, A., Forja, J., Lubián, L.M. CARBON DISTRIBUTION IN SEMI-CONTINUOUS CULTURES OF NANNOCHLOROPSIS GADITANA UNDER DIFFERENT PH AND TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS 18:30-18:45. Ferriol, P., Toledo, F. J., Mediavilla, M.J., Leon, F., Brouard, I., Estévez, F.J., Santana, J. J., Toledo, C. C. BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SPONGE METABOLITES FROM CANARY ISLANDS 42

43 18:45-19:00. Peñuela Mendoza, A.C., Pérez Reyes, C., Gómez Pinchetti, J.L. LABORATORY CULTURE OF CAESPITELLA PASCERI (BEA 0149) AND EUGLENA SP. (BEA 0937), STRAINS WITH POTENTIAL USE IN AQUACULTURE 43

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46 8:30-9:00 9:00-9:15 9:15-9:30 9:30-9:45 9:45-10:00 10:00-10:15 10:15-10:30 10:30-10:45 10:45-11:00 11:00-11:15 11:15-11:30 11:30-11:45 11:45-12:00 12:00-12:15 12:15-12:30 12:30-12:45 12:45-13:00 13:00-13:15 13:15-13:30 13:30-13:45 13:45-14:00 14:00-14:15 14:15-14:30 14:30-14:45 14:45-15:00 15:00-15:15 15:15-15:30 15:30-15:45 15:45-16:00 16:00-16:15 16:15-16:30 16:30-16:45 16:45-17:00 17:00-17:15 17:15-17:30 17:30-17:45 17:45-18:00 18:00-18:15 18:15-18:30 18:30-18:45 18:45-19:00 19:00-19:15 19:15-19:30 19:30-19:45 Wednesday Thursday Friday Friday Friday Check in Opening ceremony Plenary talk: Jorge Sarmiento Plenary talk: Cisco Werner Plenary talk: Gregorio Parrilla Invited talk: Jordi Font 3 TALKS: REMOTE SENSING OCEANOGRAPHY 3 TALKS: TECHNOLOGY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT 1 TALK: TECHNOLOGY 7 TALKS: PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Plenary talk: Des Barton 8 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break 6 TALKS: LARGE SCALE PROCESSES 6 TALKS: MESOSCALE PROCESSES 3 TALKS: OCEAN MODELLING 3 TALKS: COASTAL MANAGEMENT 6 TALKS: CHEMICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Lunch Lunch Lunch Plenary talk Emilio Fernández 4 TALKS: OCEANOGRAPHY AND MARINE CLIMATE Plenary talk Eduardo Balguerías 2 TALKS: OCEANOGRAPHY AND CLIMATE CHANGE 2 TALKS: OPERACIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY 4 TALKS: MARINE CULTURES Plenary talk Javier Arístegui 4 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Plenary talk Sergio Sañudo 3 TALKS: COASTAL PROCESSES 3 TALKS: SMALL SCALE PROCESSES 20:00 h Welcoming Cocktail Plenary talk: Juan Tomás Vázquez 6 TALKS: OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY 6 TALKS: GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Plenary talk Octavio Llinás 6 TALKS: FISHERIES Poster session Poster session Poster session 21:00 h Gala Dinner 8 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 6 TALKS: BIODIVERSITY 4 TALKS: BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY 2 TALKS: BIODIVERSITY 4 TALKS: BIOTECHNOLOGY

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48 Wednesday, June 11 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talks 10:30-11:00. Jorge L. Sarmiento, Jaime B. Palter, Greg de Souza, and Carolina Dufour FUELING THE BIOLOGICAL PUMP 11:00-11:30. Francisco Werner and Enrique Curchitser EARTH SYSTEM MODELS AND UPWELLING SYSTEMS: ADVANCES AND IMPLEMENTATION IN THE STUDY OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT ECOSYSTEM Sala Tenerife Large Scale Processes Chairwoman: Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca 12:00-12:15. Pérez-Hernández, M..D., Terrence, M.J. TWO MODES OF GULF STREAM VARIABILITY REVEALED IN THE LAST TWO DECADES OF SATELLITE ALTIMETER DATA 12:15-12:30. Martin-Rey, M., Polo, I., Rodríguez-Fonseca, B., Lazar, A. ON THE INFLUENCE OF SUBTROPICAL HIGHS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ATLANTIC NIÑOS 12:30-12:45. García Lafuente, J., Naranjo, C.,, Sánchez, R., Sánchez Garrido, J.C., Sammartino, S. ON THE ORIGIN OF THE SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL T-S VARIABILITY OF THE INFLOW THROUGH THE STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR :00. Sammartino, S., García Lafuente, J., Sánchez Garrido, J.C., Naranjo, C., Delgado, J. TEN YEARS OF MARINE CURRENT OBSERVATIONS IN ESPARTEL SILL, STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR 13:00-13:15. Benazzouz, A., Pelegrí, J.L., Demarcq, H., Machín, F., Mason, E., Orbi, A., Peña-Izquierdo, J. ON THE TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL COHERENCE OF COASTAL UPWELLING Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Emilio Fernández LA INVESTIGACIÓN DEL MAR EN ESPAÑA. REFLEXIONES DESDE FINIS TERRAE Sala Tenerife Oceanography and Marine Climate Chairman: Enrique Álvarez Fanjul 15:30-15:45. Pérez Gómez, B., Pérez González, I., Woodworth, P.L., Alvarez Fanjul, E. REVIEW OF SEA LEVEL PROCESSES ALONG THE SPANISH COAST FOR THE 48

49 ALTIMETRY PERIOD 15:45-16:00. Sotillo, M.G., Cailleau, S., Cotelo, C., Lorente, P., Levier, B., Aznar, R., Amo- Baladrón, A., Reffray, G., Alvarez-Fanjul, E. DYNAMICS OF THE IBERIAN WATERS DERIVED FROM MYOCEAN IBI PRODUCTS (FORECASTED AND REANALYZED) FOR THE PERIOD :00-16:15. Rosell-Fieschi, M., Gourrion, J., Pelegrí, J.L. ARGO-INFERRED VELOCITY PROBABILITY DENSITY FUNCTIONS 16:15-16:30. Solabarrieta, L., Rubio, A., Castanedo, S., Medina, R., Ferrer, L. NEW EVIDENCES OF SURFACE WATER CIRCULATION PATTERNS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN BAY OF BISCAY FROM HF RADAR DATA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Sergio Sañudo-Wilhelmy, Danielle Monteverde and Laura Gomez-Consarnau B-VITAMINS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE IN THE STUDY OF THE COENZYMES THAT BUILT AND MAINTAIN A HABITABLE PLANET Sala Tenerife Coastal Processes - Small Scale Processes Chairman: Eugenio Fraile 17:30-17:45. Fernández-Montblanc, T., Izquierdo, A., Bethencourt, M. MODELLING THE OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS DURING STORM FOLLOWING THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR 17:45-18:00. Espino, M., Grifoll, M., S.- Arcilla. A. WATER CIRCULATION RESPONSE TO STRONG CROSS-SHELF WINDS. SANT JORDI BAY CASE (NW MEDITERRANEAN SEA) 18:00-18:15. Barton, E.D., Villacieros-Robineau, N., de la Granda, F., Alonso-Pérez, F., Graña, R., Piedracoba, S., Torres, R., Largier, J., Gilcoto, M. LONG TIME SERIES OF HIGH-FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS OF THE RESPONSE TO COASTAL UPWELLING IN THE RÍA DE VIGO 18:15-18:30. Pelegrí, J.L., Sangrà, P. RETHINKING THE GRADIENT RICHARDSON NUMBER 18:30-18:45. Rodríguez-Santana, A., Pelegrí, J.L., Emelianov, M. VERTICAL MIXING IN THE ATLANTIC EQUATORIAL UNDERCURRENT 18:45-19:00. Sánchez Garrido,, J.C., Naranjo,C., Macías, D., Sammartino, S., García Lafuente, J. ON HOW TIDES AFFECT THE BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTIVITY OF THE STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR-ALBORAN SEA SYSTEM: A NUMERICAL MODEL STUDY 49

50 Thursday, June 12 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Gregorio Parrilla HENRY MELSON STOMMEL: FROM PIONEER TO CLASSIC Sala Tenerife Remote Sensing Oceanography Technology for the environment Chairman: Francisco Eugenio 9:30-10:00. Font, J. SMOS: OCEAN SALINITY MEASURED FROM SPACE. WHAT IS ACHIEVED AFTER FOUR YEARS OF DATA ACQUISITION? 10:00-10:15. Umbert, M., Guimbard, S., Ballabrera, J., Portabella, M., Turiel, A. SYNERGY BETWEEN REMOTE SENSING VARIABLES: LEVEL 4 RESEARCH PRODUCTS OF SEA SURFACE SALINITY AND CHLOROPHYLL-A 10:15-10:30. Mason, E., Pascual, A., McWilliams, J.C. A NEW SEA SURFACE HEIGHT BASED CODE FOR MESOSCALE OCEANIC EDDY TRACKING 10:30-10:45. Laiz, I., Tejedor B., Gómez-Enri,J., Aboitiz, A., Villares, P. STERIC EFFECT ON THE GULF OF CADIZ SEA LEVEL SEASONAL CYCLE 10:45-11:00. Troupin, C., Beltran, J.P., Frontera, B., Gómara, S., Lora, S., March, D., Sebastian, K., Tintoré, J. OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA MANAGEMENT AT SOCIB 11:00-11:15. Lana, A., Fernández, V., Pascual, A., Orfila, A., Tintoré, J. SURFACE CIRCULATION PATTERNS IN THE IBIZA CHANNEL FROM HF RADAR DATA 11:15-11:30. Gilcoto, M., de la Granda, F., Villacieros-Robineau, N., Alonso-Pérez, F., Graña, R.F., Piedracoba, S., Torres, R., Largier, J., Barton, E.D. SOCO: ESTABLISHING A REAL-TIME OBSERVING SYSTEM OF CURRENTS AND WAVES FOR STRAMIX Mesoscale Processes Chairman: Jesús García Lafuente 12:00-12:15. Sánchez-Román, A., Jordà, G., Sannino, G., Gomis, D. VERTICAL EXCHANGES BETWEEN THE ATLANTIC AND MEDITERRANEAN LAYERS THROUGH THE STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR 12:15-12:30. Bellanco, M..J., Sánchez-Leal, R.F. THERMOHALINE CHANGES IN WATERS OF THE EASTERN GULF OF CADIZ. 12:30-12:45. Sanchez-Leal, R.F., Bellanco-Esteban, M.J., Sanchez-Garrido, J.C., Ruiz- Villarreal, M., Gonzalez-Pola, C. 50

51 WHAT DRIVES THE SPREADING PATTERN OF THE MEDITERRANEAN OUTFLOW WATER (MOW) IN THE EASTERN GULF OF CADIZ, SW IBERIAN PENINSULA? 12:45-13:00. Claret, M., Tandon,A., Mahadevan, A. PROPAGATION OF SUPER-INERTIAL WAVES FROM SUBMESOSCALE FRONTS 13:00-13:15. Barceló-Llull, B.,Mason, E., Ananda, P. QG VERTICAL MOTION FROM SATELLITE AND IN SITU OBSERVATIONS: IMPACT ON SOUTH EASTERN PACIFIC NITRATES DISTRIBUTION THROUGH A LAGRANGIAN SIMULATION 13:15-13:30. Mojica, J.F., Sallares, V., Biescas, B., Klaeschen, D., Bornstein, G., CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ENERGY CASCADE USING HIGH RESOLUTION MULTICHANNEL SEISMIC DATA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Eduardo Balguerías (Título por confirmar) Sala Gran Canaria Ocean and Climate Change - Operational Oceanography Chairman: José Luis Pelegrí 15:30-15:45. Álvarez Fanjul, E., Gomis, D., Rodríguez Camino, E. y los equipos de Vanimedat II y Escenarios ANALISIS DEL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO EN LAS COSTAS ESPAÑOLAS A LO LARGO DEL SIGLO XXI 15:45-16:00. Martínez-Asensio, A., Tsimplis, M.N., Marcos, M., Feng, X., Gomis, D., Jordà, G., Josey, S. IMPACT OF THE ATMOSPHERIC CLIMATE MODES ON WAVE CLIMATE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC 16:00-16:15. Cano, D., Rodríguez, C., Lavín, A., OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY WITH THE SPANISH INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY (IEO) AGL BUOY 16:15-16:30. Tel, E., Cabanas, J.M., Cabrero, A., González- Nuevo, G., Lavin, A., Ruiz- Villareal, M., Viloria, A. TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT OF THERMOSALINOMETERS CONTINUOUS DATA RECORDS FOR THE IEO OPERATED VESSELS Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 51

52 17:00-17:30. Juan Tomás Vázquez SUBMARINE EMISSIONS ON THE SEAFLOOR: FROM COLD SEEPS TO HOT VENTS Sala Tenerife Operational Oceanography Chairman: Ángel Rodríguez 17:30-17:45. Jiménez Madrid, J.A., García-Olivares, A., García-Ladona, E. RISK MAPS FOR OIL SPILL ACCIDENTS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN 17:45-18:00. Sotillo, M.G., Conti, D., García-Olivares, A., Pérez, D., Rodríguez-Rubio, P., Rietz, A., Padorno, E., Orfila, A., García-Ladona, E., de los Santos, F., Álvarez, E. A NEW OPERATIONAL OIL-SPILL MULTI-MODEL FORECAST CAPABILITY FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN: THE MEDESS-4MS SERVICE 18:00-18:15. Ferrer, L., Fraile, I., Del Campo, A., Hernández, C., Caballero, A., Rubio, A., Mader, J., Donne, S. MODELLED SEA SURFACE CURRENTS VALIDATED USING SATELLITE POP-UP TAGS FOR FISH TRACKING 18:15-18:30. Ramos, A.G., Cabrera, J., Fernández, E., Hernandez, D., Coca, J., Redondo, A., Isern, J., Dominguez, A., Sotillo, M., Álvarez-Fanjul, E., Glenn, S., Schofield, O., Kohut, J., Aragon, D.K., Strandskov, N. PINZÓN S PATH PLANS FOR THE FIRST TRANSOCEANIC GLIDER SCARLET KNIGHT RU-27 DERIVED FROM ESEOO S REGIONAL OCEAN MODEL FORECASTING 18:30-18:45. Lorente, P., Piedracoba,S., Soto-Navarro, J., Alvarez-Fanjul, E. EVALUACIÓN DE LA CALIDAD Y PRECISIÓN DEL CAMPO DE CORRIENTES MEDIDO POR EL RADAR HF DESPLEGADO EN EL ESTRECHO DE GIBRALTAR 18:45-19:00. Toledano Lozano, C., Gómez Lahoz, M., Bunney, C., Pomaro, A., Santos Burguete, C. ENSEMBLE WAVE FORECAST FOR GIJON, BARCELONA AND TENERIFE HARBOURS 52

53 Friday, June 13 th Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Sala Tenerife Physical Oceanography & Technology Chairman: Gabriel Rosón 9:30-9:45. Ramos, A., Strandskov, N., Glenn, S., Aragon, D.K., García-Martel, J.R., Schofield, O., Kohut, J., Haskins, T., Haldeman, C., Redondo, A., Coca, J. CHALLENGER GLIDER MISSION: LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA ( ) 9:45-10:00. Gómez-Enri, J., Villares, P., Tejedor, B., Aboitiz, A., Laiz, I., Coca, J., Vignudelli, S., Cipollini, P., Passaro, M. PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF COASTAL ALTIMETRY 10:00-10:15. González, C.J., Reyes, E., Dastis, C., Gómez-Enri, J., Tejedor, B., Bruno, M., Izquierdo, A., Mañanes, R., Álvarez, O. UCA-OCEANSMAP: AN OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY SYSTEM FOR THE ANDALUSIAN COAST DEVELOPED IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE ARCOPOLPLUS AND ARC 10:15-10:30. Herrero, C., García-Olivares, A., De La Fuente, P., Pelegrí, J.L. STATISTICAL STUDY OF RELAXATION OSCILLATIONS. A QUEST TO FIND A REAL EARLY WARNING SIGNAL IN CLIMATE CHANGE 10:30-10:45. Brochier, T., Mason, E., Moyano, M., Berraho, A., Colas, F., Sangrà, P., Hernández-León, S., et al. ICHTHYOPLANKTON TRANSPORT FROM THE AFRICAN COAST TO THE CANARY ISLANDS 10:45-11:00. Eugenio, F., Marcello, J., Martin, J., Fraile-Nuez, E. MONITORING OCEANOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS AND SUBMESOSCALE STRUCTURES OF THE EL HIERRO VOLCANO WITH SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY 11:00-11:15. Santos, F., de Castro, M., Gómez-Gesteira, M., Costoya, X. UPWELLING INFLUENCE ON THE FREQUENCY OF EXTREME HOT SST EVENTS ALONG THE CANARY UPWELLING ECOSYSTEM 11:15-11:30. Jesus, L. C.; Chacaltana, J. T. A. BAROTROPIC AND BAROCLINIC TIDE GENERATION FOR THE OCEAN OFF THE ESPIRITO SANTO STATE, BRAZIL. Ocean Modelling & Coastal Management Chairwoman: Carolina Padrón 12:00-12:15. Santana Falcón, Y., Arístegui Ruiz, J., et al. 53

54 BIOPHYSICAL MODEL COUPLING ROMS AND PISCES IN THE CANARY CURRENT ECOSYSTEM 12:15-12:30. Laiz, I., Ferrer, L., Plomaritis, T.A., Charria, G. STORM RIVER DISCHARGE CONTRIBUTION TO SEA LEVEL IN THE BAY OF BISCAY 12:30-12:45. Clarindo Marcos, G., Rodríguez Rodríguez, G., Fortes, C.J., Reis, M.T., Santana Ceballos, J. ASSESSMENT OF FLOOD RISK BOCA BARRANCO BEACH, CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN 12:45-13:00. Cabrera Vega, L., Arto Cuesta, N., Álvarez Vázquez, R. COASTLINE CHANGES IN THE ESQUINTLA REGION OF GUATEMALA S PACIFIC COAST DERIVED FROM ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIONS 13:00-13:15. Alonso, I., Benavides, A., Rodríguez, S., Hernández-Cordero, A.I., Betancor, J.F., Sánchez, M.J., Casamayor, M. ANCIENT COASTAL LAGOON IN MASPALOMAS DUNE FIELD (GRAN CANARIA). EVIDENCES FROM SEDIMENTOLOGY, VEGETATION AND HISTORICAL DATA 13:15-13:30. Ceballos Sandoval, J. A. THE CICMAR - CARIBE: AN INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGY TO HELP THE COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN SEA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Sala Tenerife Marine Cultures Chairman: Eduardo Almansa 15:30-15:45. Cueto, R., Mendo, J., Argüelles, J., Flye-Sainte-Marie, J., Jean, F., Aguirre, A. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON THE GONADAL CONDITION IN THE PERUVIAN SCALLOP ARGOPECTEN PURPURATUS (L, 1819) PARACAS BAY, P 15:45-16:00. Blanco, A., Chamorro, A., Planas, M. IMPLICATIONS OF PHYSICAL KEY FACTORS IN THE EARLY REARING OF THE LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE HIPPOCAMPUS GUTTULATUS 16:00-16:15. Ofelio, C., Blanco, A., Roura, A., Pascual, S., Pintado, J., Planas, M. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SCUTICOCILIATE PORPOSTOMA NOTATA MOEBIUS, 1888 IN REARED HIPPOCAMPUS HIPPOCAMPUS (L.) SEAHORSES 16:15-16:30. Blanco, A., Chamorro, A., Planas, M. CLOSING THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE EUROPEAN LONG-SNOUTED SEAHORSE 54

55 HIPPOCAMPUS GUTTULATUS CUVIER 1829 Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Sala Tenerife Geological Oceanography Chairman: José Mangas 17:30-17:45. Lomoschitz, A., Galindo, I. MEGALANDSLIDES ON THE ATLANTIC ISLANDS OF FOGO (CAPE VERDE) AND EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS): A REVIEW 17:45-18:00. Echevarrieta-Legrand, L., Masdeu-Navarro, M., Sánchez-García, M.J., Alonso, I., Castro-Rodríguez, M.A., Hernández-Acosta, C.N., Melián-Ramírez, A., Santiago-Villalba, J., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Suárez-González, E., Montoya-Montes, I. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SHELF AT GRAN CANARIA ISLAND, WITH EVIDENCES OF TECTONIC, VOLCANIC AND SEDIMENTARY FEATURES 18:00-18:15. González, F. J., Somoza, L., Medialdea, T., León, R., Vázquez, J.T., Marino, E., Bellido, E., Reyes, J. VOLCANISM AND FERROMANGANESE DEPOSITS ON SEAMOUNTS AND NEW VOLCANOES FROM THE CANARY ARCHIPELAGO 18:15-18:30. García Sanjosé, P., Mangas, J., Pérez-Chacón, E., Hernández-Calvento, L., Menéndez, I. PROVENANCE ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTS AND SEDIMENTARY ROCKS AT COASTAL OUTCROPS OF CORRALEJO NATURAL PARK (NE FUERTEVENTURA ISLAND) 18:30-18:45. Albarracín, S., Alcántara-Carrió, J., Fontán, A., Montoya, I., Rey, J. THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE GEOMORPHOLOGIC EVOLUTION FOR THE COAST AND INNER SHELF OF THE GULF OF VALENCIA DURING THE QUATERNARY 18:45-19:00. Rodríguez, S., Alonso, I., Sánchez, M.J., Casamayor, M., García-Weil, L., Sy, B.A., Sy, A.A., Faye, C.A.T. MORPHODYNAMIC STUDY OF AN ARTIFICIAL INLET IN LANGUE DE BARBARIE (SENEGAL) FROM 2003 TO 2014 USING LANDSAT IMAGES Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Sala Gran Canaria Geological Oceanography Chairman: Luis Miguel Fernández Salas 55

56 9:30-9:45. Cuñarro, D., Mangas, J., Acosta, J., Rivera, J., García, L. GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE GIANT SUBMARINE LANDSLIDES AND SALT DIAPIRS THAT APPEAR IN THE SEABED AROUND FUERTEVENTURA AND LANZAROTE 9:45-10:00. Rubio, B., Rey, D., Rodríguez-Germade, I., Álvarez-Iglesias, P., Bernabeu, A. M. A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR DETECTING POLLUTION IN COASTAL SEDIMENT CORES: THE ITRAXTM CORE SCANNER 10:00-10:15. Francés, G., Mena, A., Caínzos, V., Pérez-Arlucea, M., Nombela, M.A., Alejo, I., Estrada, F., Diz, P. MILLENNIAL OCEANOGRAPHIC CHANGES DURING THE LAST GLACIAL CYCLE RECORDED IN THE NE ATLANTIC CORE KTA-GC-05 10:15-10:30. Aranda, M., Puig, M., Plomaritis, T.A., Benavente, J. MEDIUM TERM BEHAVIOUR AND EVOLUTION OF A BECAH CUSPS SYSTEM IN A MESOTIDAL BEACH, LA VICTORIA (CÁDIZ, SPAIN) 10:30-10:45. Betancort Lozano, J. F., Meco, J., Lomoschitz, A. NEOGENE MARINE FOSSILS FROM THE EASTERN CANARY ISLANDS 10:45-11:00. Quevedo-González, L. Á., Mangas, J., Acosta, J., Martín-Sosa, P., Tauler, E., Arrese, B., Rivera, J., Rodríguez, S., Menéndez, I. A LEAP IN SEAMOUNTS GEO-CHARACTERIZATION: USING A MULTI- TECHNICAL APPROACH FOR ORIGIN, NATURE AND EVOLUTION OF AMANAY, BANQUETE AND CONCEPTION BANK (CANARY ISLANDS). LIFE+ INDEMARES ( ) 11:00-11:15. Meco, J., Lomoschitz, A., Betancort, J.F., Soler-Onís, E. PRESENCE OF CORALS OF THE LAST INTERGLACIAL IN THE CANARY ISLANDS: MARINE PALAEO-BIOGEOGRAPHICAL IMPLICATIONS 11:15-11:30. Julià-Miralles, M., Mangas, J. GEOLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SEDIMENTARY ROCKS AND SEDIMENTS ASSOCIATED TO SHALLOWS OF EL CONFITAL BAY (NE OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND, CANARY ISLANDS) Chemical Oceanography Chairman: Antonio Tovar 12:00-12:15. Santana-González, C., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M. EMISSIONS OF FE(II) DUE TO THE UNDERSEA VOLCANO OF EL HIERRO 12:15-12:30. López, L., Vega, D., Cianca, A. SHORT-TERM VARIABILITY OF THE DISSOLVED OXYGEN AND CHLOROPHYLL A IN THE UPPER WATERS AT ESTOC 12:30-12:45. Gelado-Caballero, M.D, López-García, P., Patey, M.D., Collado-Sanchez, C., Santana-Castellano, D., Hernández-Brito, J.J. A LONG TIME-SERIES OF ATMOSPHERIC FLUXES OF TRACE METALS AND NUTRIENTS TO THE CANARY BASIN. 56

57 12:45-13:00. Tel, E., García, M.J., de Armas, D., Bellas, J., Bode, A., Cabanas, J.M., García-Martínez, M.C., León, V.M., Campillo, J.A., Rodríguez, M.C., Sánchez-Leal, R., Vélez, P., Viñas, L. RECOVERY AND HOMOGENIZATION OF MARINE CHEMICAL DATA FROM IEO SYSTEMATIC MONITORING PROGRAMS 13:00-13:15. Sánchez-Quiles, D., Manssanet-Mayo, A., Tovar-Sánchez, A. SUNSCREEN AS SOURCE OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PRODUCTION IN COASTAL WATERS 13:15-13:30. Packard, T. T., Maldonado, F., Osma, N., Fernández-Urruzola, I., Martinez, I., Herrera, A., Tames, M., Gómez, M. ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEM ACTIVITY: A KEY MEASUREMENT IN ECOSYSTEM MONITORING Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Sala Gran Canaria Geological Oceanography Chairman: Ignacio Alonso Bilbao 15:30-15:45. Bernabeu, A.M., Lersundi-Kanpistegi, A.V., Rey, D. SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE RÍA DE VIGO (NW SPAIN) UNDER FAIR-WEATHER CONDITIONS: SEDIMENT SOURCES AND FORCING MECHANISM 15:45-16:00. Casamayor, M., Alonso, I., Rodríguez, S., Cabrera, J., Sánchez, M.J. EFFECTS OF STORMS ON A COMPOSITE BEACH, SAN FELIPE, GRAN CANARIA 16:00-16:15. Báez, M., Jaramillo, A., Menéndez, I., Mangas, J. LITHOGENIC FLUX AND TEXTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE SEDIMENT TRAP SAMPLES COLLECTED AT 150 M DEPTH IN THE CANARY BASIN, SPAIN 16:15-16:30. Fernández-Salas, L.M., Vázquez, J.T., Díaz del Río, V., López-González, N., Rueda, J.L., Fraile-Nuez, E. PRELIMINAR MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SUBMARINE VOLCANIC CONES IN THE SOUTHERN PROMONTORY OF EL HIERRO ISLAND Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Sala Gran Canaria 57

58 Fisheries Chairman: J.J. Castro 17:30-17:45. Castro, J.J., Hernández-García, V., Couce-Montero, L., Bilbao-Sieyro, A., Barrera-Luján, A. ROLE OF ONSHORE INFRASTRUCTURE ON FISHING EFFORT AND OVERFISHING: EXAMPLE OF THE CANARY ISLANDS 17:45-18:00. Jiménez Alvarado, D., Castro, J.J. HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE CAPTURES IN CANARY ISLANDS 18:00-18:15. Fontán, L., Lleonart, J., Maynou F. THE APPLICATION OF THE ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO FISHERIES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK SEAS 18:15-18:30. Carrasco, P. POPULATION DYNAMICS OF TIVELA HIANS (BIVALVE: VENERIDAE) IN THE SUBTIDAL ZONE OF BALCONES CAPE, TALARA, PERU 18:30-18:45. Couce-Montero, L., Santana del Pino, A., Trujillo Castellano, L., Castro Hernández, J.J. ECOLOGICAL MODELLING FOR THE MULTISPECIES ARTISANAL FISHERY OF GRAN CANARIA 18:45-19:00. Cort, J.L. CURRENT SITUATION OF THE RESOURCES OF BLUEFIN TUNA, THUNNUS THYNNUS (L.), IN THE NORTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN SEA Sala Jerónimo Saavedra Plenary Talk 9:00-9:30. Eric D. Barton THE SECRETS OF PUBLISHING YOUR ARTICLE IN JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH (OCEANS) Biological Oceanography Chairman: Félix López Figueroa 9:30-9:45. Ariza, A. V., Kaartvedt, S., Røstad, A., Garijo, J. C., Arístegui, J., Fraile-Nuez, E., Hernández-León, S. THE SUBMARINE VOLCANO ERUPTION OFF EL HIERRO ISLAND: EFFECTS ON THE SCATTERING BIOTA AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE PELAGIC COMMUNITY 9:45-10:00. Medina-Alcaraz, C., Castro, J.J., Sosa, P.A. MICROSATELLITE DNA REVEALS LOW GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG CHUB MACKEREL (SCOMBER COLIAS) SAMPLED IN ATLANTIC AND MEDITERRANEA 10:00-10:15. Maldonado, F., Packard, T., Gómez, M., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J. DEVELOPMENT OF A FLUORESCENT METHOD FOR THE DETECTION IN MARINE ORGANISMS OF THE RESPIRATORY ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEM 10:15-10:30. Osaer, F., Narváez, K. Pajuelo, J.G., Lorenzo, J.M. 58

59 FITNESS OF GENERALISED MATURITY SCALES FOR ELASMOBRANCHS WITH A PRACTICAL EXAMPLE OF THE ANGELSHARK SQUATINA SQUATINA 10:30-10:45. Garijo, J. C., Hernández-León, S. THE USE OF IMAGE ANALYSIS SYSTEMS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ZOOPLANKTON PHYSIOLOGICAL RATES AND CARBON FLUXES: A COMPARISON WITH ENZ 10:45-11:00. Sorell, J.M., Medina, A., Goñi, N., Arrizabalaga, H.,Varela, J.L. FEEDING HABITS OF BLUEFIN TUNA (THUNNUS THYNNUS) IN THE STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR: STOMACH-CONTENT AND STABLE-ISOTOPE ANALYSES 11:00-11:15. Armengol, L., Hernández-León, S. MICROZOOPLANKTON GRAZING EXPERIMENTS: WHAT IS GOING ON DURING INCUBATION? 11:15-11:30. Barry Gómez, A.R. PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF HALOPHILIC SPECIES FROM THE GENUS TAMARIX L. (TAMARICACEAE) ON THE ISLAND OF GRAN CANARIA Biodiversity Chairwoman: María Ascención Viera Rodríguez 12:00-12:15. Borras-Fuentes, S., Hernández-García, V., Díez, C., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Castro, J.J. FIRST ASSESS OF THE ECOLOGICAL ROLE OF THE HISTIOTEUTHIDAE (MOLLUSCA, CEPHALOPODA) AT THE CENTRAL-EAST ATLANTIC 12:15-12:30. Machado, A., Bermejo, J.A., Lorenzo, I. AN INTEGRATED MARINE DATA REPOSITORY BASED ON THE ARC MARINE MODEL. A PILOT PROJECT IN THE CANARY ISLANDS 12:30-12:45. Manent P., Quinteiro J., Rodríguez-Castro J., Pérez-Dieguez L., Rey-Méndez M., Gois A.R., Alves A., Araújo R., Carreira G. et al. THE APPLICATION OF PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS TOWARD THE CONSERVATION OF MARINE BIODIVERSITY OF MACARONESIAN AND CAPE VERD ISLANDS 12:45-13:00. Reyes, C., Schiavi, A., Aguilar de Soto, N. AN INSIGHT INTO THE POPULATIONS OF BLAINVILLE S AND CUVIER S BEAKED WHALES OFF EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS): ABUNDANCE ESTIMATION 13:00-13:15. Fais A., Lewis T. P., Zitterbart D. P., Álvarez O., Aguilar de Soto N. ARE SHIP STRIKES SUSTAINABLE FOR THE POPULATION OF SPERM WHALES IN THE CANARY ISLANDS? 13:15-13:30. Vila, F., Tuya, F., Zarranz, M., Rieiro Leite, L., Robaina, R., Bergasa, O. INCREASING CYMODOCEA NODOSA SEEDLING SURVIVAL AT SEA AFTER THEIR GENESIS IN VITRO Plenary Talk 59

60 15:00-15:30. Javier Arístegui SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER: A MAJOR UNCONSIDERED CARBON SINK IN THE OCEAN? Biological Oceanography Chairman: Ted Packard 15:30-15:45. Clemente, S., Mendoza, J.C., Hereu, B., Lazzari, N., Hernández, J. C. RESILIENCE OF BENTHIC ASSEMBLAGES IN A MARINE PROTECTED AREA: THE UNDERWATER VOLCANIC ERUPTION IN EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS) 15:45-16:00. Romero-Kutzner, V., Packard, T. T., Berdalet, E., Roy, S., Gómez, M. IMPORTANCE AND IMPLICATIONS OF VARIABILITY IN RESPIRATION QUOTIENT (RQ): MARINE BACTERIAL EXPERIMENTS 16:00-16:15. Santana Falcón, Y., Arístegui Ruiz, J. et al. AN ANNUAL CYCLE OF THE OFFSHORE TRANSPORT OF ORGANIC MATTER AND CHLOROPHYLL BY AN UPWELLING FILAMENT OFF CAPE GHIR (NW AFRICA) 16:15-16:30. Packard, T. T., Osma, N., Fernández-Urruzola, I., Gómez, M. CARBON FLUX, NUTRIENT RETENTION EFFICIENCY AND THE CURVATURE OF RESPIRATION DEPTH-PROFILES IN THE OCEAN WATER COLUMN Plenary Talk 17:00-17:30. Octavio Llinás (Título por confirmar) Biodiversity-Biotechnology Chairwoman: Milagros Rico Santos 17:30-17:45. Ramírez M.C., Ariza A., Azcárate P., Brun F.G. WHAT DO OUR SCHOOLCHILDREN KNOW ABOUT MARINE ENVIRONMENTS? USING SEAGRASSES AS A CASE OF STUDY 17:45-18:00. Menci, C., Sanabria-Fernández, J.A., Riera, R., Becerro, M.A. ASSESSING FISH AND INVERTEBRATES DIVERSITY AS A FUNCTION OF PRESSURE OF RECREATIONAL SCUBA DIVING 18:00-18:15. López, A., Rico, M., Suárez de Tangil, M., Rivero, A. PHENOLIC PROPHILE OF MACROALGAE: STYPOCAULON SCOPARIUM, CORALLINA ELONGATA AND CYSTOSEIRA ABIESMARINA 18:15-18:30. García-Fuentes, A., Forja, J., Lubián, L.M. CARBON DISTRIBUTION IN SEMI-CONTINUOUS CULTURES OF NANNOCHLOROPSIS GADITANA UNDER DIFFERENT PH AND TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS 18:30-18:45. Ferriol, P., Toledo, F. J., Mediavilla, M.J., Leon, F., Brouard, I., Estévez, F.J., Santana, J. J., Toledo, C. C. BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SPONGE METABOLITES FROM CANARY ISLANDS 60

61 18:45-19:00. Peñuela Mendoza, A.C., Pérez Reyes, C., Gómez Pinchetti, J.L. LABORATORY CULTURE OF CAESPITELLA PASCERI (BEA 0149) AND EUGLENA SP. (BEA 0937), STRAINS WITH POTENTIAL USE IN AQUACULTURE 61

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64 IMPORTANT NOTE The number next to each poster in the following list corresponds to the poster location number in the exhibition room.

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66 Wednesday, June 11 th General Topics 1. Atlantic Society of Oceanographers WHAT IS THE ATLANTIC SOCIETY OF OCEANOGRAPHERS? 2. Biblioteca de la ULPGC (Ciencias Básicas). Facultad de Ciencias del Mar CIENCIA COMPARTIDA Biodiversity 3. Machín-Sánchez, M., Hernández-Ferrer, M., Le Gall, L., Rousseau, F., Neto, A.I., Cassano, V., Sentíes, A., Fujii, M., Díaz-Larrea, J., Gil-Rodríguez, M.C. A MOLECULAR PERSPECTIVE OF THE LAURENCIA COMPLEX (CERAMIALES, RHODOPHYTA) IN MACARONESIA REGION 4. Castillo, S., de Matos-Pita,, S.S., Ramil, F., Ramos, A. DECAPOD ASSEMBLAGES IN DEEP MAURITANIAN WATERS Biotechnology 5. Toledo Marante, F.J., Pérez Rocha, A., Bravo de Laguna, I.H., Mioso, R. THE BROWN MACROALGAE CYSTOSEIRA ABIES-MARINA AS A NATURAL SOURCE OF D-(+)-MANNITOL 6. Montero-Fernández, M., Robaina, R.R., García-Jiménez, P. IDENTIFICATION OF THE CONSERVED MOTIFS IN THE 5 UTR OF THE ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE GENE INVOLVED IN REPRODUCTION OF RED SEAWEEDS 7. Gómez, M., Martínez, I., Packard, T.T. A PARALLEL FUTURE FOR OCEAN RESEARCH? 8. Jerez Martel, I., Rivero Rosales, A., Suárez de Tangil Navarro, M., Gómez Pinchetti, J.L. DETERMINATION OF POLYPHENOLS AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF MONOCLONAL CULTURES OF MARINE MICROALGAE AND CYANOBACTERIA. Marine Cultures 9. Vergara Martín, J.M., and coworkers DESIGN, EQUIPMENT AND BUDGET OF A PILOT TRAINING FARM FOR THE INTEGRAL CULTURE OF TROPICAL FRESHWATER AQUATIC ANIMALS. 10. Martínez, I., Packard, T.T., Segade, A., Gómez, M. PHYSIOLOGIC AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT ENRICHMENTS ON ADULT ARTEMIA FRANCISCANA 11. Darias-Hernández, T., Torres-Padrón, M.E., Robaina-Robaina, L., Sosa-Ferrera, Z., Santana- Rodríguez, J.J. AN OVERVIEW OF ASTAXANTHIN DETERMINATION IN MARINE BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES Coastal Management 12. Torres, J., Tena, J., Damián, A., Royo, M. EVOLUTION OF THE ECOLOGICAL QUALITY OF THE COASTAL WATERS OFF THE VALENCIAN COMMUNITY FROM 2005 TO

67 13. Jimenez-Cabrera, J.C., Boyra, A., LITTORAL ECO-TURISTIC MICRO AREA (LEMA) AS MODEL OF SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT. IMPLANTATION IN PLAYA CHICA (LANZAROTE). Biological Oceanography 14. Betancort, J.F., Lomoschitz, A., Coca, J., Redondo, A., Montesinos, M., Ramos, A.J.G., Meco, J. CLIMATE AND STRATIGRAPHIC PALEOINDICATORS FROM THE CANARY ISLANDS 15. Aneiros, F., Moreira, J., Troncoso, J.S. TEMPORAL VARIATION OF THE CAPITELLIDAE (ANNELIDA: POLYCHAETA) IN FINE SEDIMENTS OF RÍA DE ALDÁN (GALICIA, NW IBERIAN PENINSULA) 16. García-Muñoz, C., Cózar, A., García, C.M., Lubián, L.M., Hernández-León, S. TAXONOMIC AND TROPHIC ASSEMBLY OF THE SIZE SPECTRUM IN ANTARCTIC PLANKTON 17. López, R., Pinto, G., Baldrich, A. ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF FISH EGGS IN THE COLOMBIAN PACIFIC OCEAN DURING SEPTEMBER Mojica, L.H., López, R.H. SYNECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF ONCAEA VENUSTA AND ONCAEA MEDIA (CRUSTACEA: COPEPODA) IN THE COLOMBIAN PACIFIC OCEAN IN SUMMER Tamés-Espinosa, M., Bru, E., O Shanaghan, L., Gómez, M., Packard, T.T. FARMING NITRIFIERS: MAIN FACTORS AND PARAMETERS FOR MAINTAINING A HEALTHY CULTURES 20. Ferrer, L., Luis Varela, J., Goñi,N., Arrizabalaga, H., Medina, A. TROPHIC BIOLOGY OF YOUNG-OF-THE-YEAR BLUEFIN TUNA IN THE SOUTHERN TYRRHENIAN SEA 21. Viera-Rodríguez, M.A., Packard, T.T., Asensio, M.T., Maldonado, F., Gómez, M. EXPLORING RESPIRATION AND THE RESPIRATORY ELECTRON TRANSPORT SYSTEM (ETS) IN ULVA ROTUNDATA 22. Barreiro, P., Rocha, F., Escañez, A. CEPHALOPODS COLLECTED IN BENTART CAMPAIGNS BETWEEN 1995 AND Landeira, J.M., Brochier, T., Mason, E., Hernández-León, S. TRANSPORT PATHWAYS OF DECAPOD LARVAE IN THE CANARY-AFRICAN COASTAL TRANSITION ZONE: MODELLING AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS. 24. De La Fuente, P., Marrasé, C., Álvarez-Salgado, X.A., Domínguez-Yanes, J.F., Canepa, A., Hernández-Guerra, A., Pelegrí, J.L., García-Olivares, A. FLUORESCENT DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER PRODUCTION VIA MICROBIAL RESPIRATION: A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE EQUATORIAL ATLANTIC OCEAN AND THE SUBANTARCTIC ZONE OF THE SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN 25. Tena, J., Torres, J., Damián, A., Muruaga, A., Diosdado, G. BIONOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SUBLITTORAL REGION OFF THE COAST OF THE PROVINCE OF CASTELLÓN 67

68 26. Cantero,R., Moreno-Marín, F., Vergara, J.J., Pérez-Lloréns, J.L., Brun, F.G. POSITIVE EFFECTS OF GREEN TIDES ON SEAGRASS ZOSTERA NOLTEI UNDER HIGH AMMONIUM CONCENTRATIONS Geological Oceanography 27. Aneiros, F., Moreira, J., Troncoso, J. S. TEMPORAL VARIATION OF THE COMPOSITION AND GRANULOMETRY OF A MUDDY SAND BOTTOM IN RÍA DE ALDÁN (GALICIA, NW IBERIAN PENINSULA) 28. González, E., Betancort Lozano, J.F., Meco, J., Lomoschitz, A. NEOGENE AND PLEISTOCENE FOSSIL BRACHIOPODS OF THE EASTERN ISLANDS. CURRENT APPOINTMENTS. 29. Rodríguez-Germade, I., Rubio, B., Rey, D., Borrego, J. ITRAXTM CORE SCANNER AS A TOOL FOR DETECTION AND MONITORING OF REES AND RELATED TRACE ELEMENTS 30. González-Álvarez, R., Bernárdez, P., Mena, A., Francés, G. PALEOCLIMATIC AND PALEOCEANOGRAPHIC CHANGES THROUGH THE LAST 5000 YEARS OFF NW IBERIAN PENINSULA: SST AND SSS RECONSTRUCTIONS BASED ON PLANKTONIC FORAMINIFERA ASSEMBLAGES AND STABLE ISOTOPES 31. Diz, P., Bernárdez, P., Gónzalez-Villanueva, R., Pérez-Arlucea, M. LATE PLEISTOCENE PALEOENVIRONMENTS OF EAST EQUATORIAL PACIFIC OFF COSTA RICA: PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON HOLE U1381C 32. Diz, P., Mena, A., Nombela, M.A., Francés, G. CULTURE OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION EXPERIMENTS Fisheries 33. Santana-Ortega, A.T., Hernández-García, V., Ganzedo, U., Castro, J.J. THE SPANISH FADS FISHERY IN THE INDIAN OCEAN 34. Andrade Santana, C.R., Castro Hernández, J.J., Caudet Menéndez, E., Cruz Makki, A., Ginés Sánchez, R., Mathisen García, A.D., Peña Hernández, C., Sarmiento Lezcano, A.N., Lugo Garrido, S. MYCTOPHIDAE STUDIES AROUND THE CANARY ISLAND (NE ATLANTIC) 35. Barrera, A., Santana, A., Hernandez, V., Castro, J.J. TEMPORAL TRENDS OF THE SMALL-SCALES FISHERY OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND ALONG THE XXTH CENTURY 36. García-Martín, V., Triay-Portella, R., Martins, A., Almeida, N., Monteiro,C., Correia, S., González-Lorenzo, G., Jiménez,S., Santana, J.I., Pajuelo, J.G., Lorenzo, J.M., González, J.A. THE STRIPED SOLDIER SHRIMP PLESIONIKA EDWARDSII (CRUSTACEA: DECAPODA: PANDALIDAE) FROM THE CAPE VERDE ISLANDS 37. Casademont, P., Cosín, A., Cano, J., Cabrera, R., Gómez, M.C., Valle, O., C.-Soriguer, M. MINIMUM LEGAL SIZES: DO THEY PROTECT IMMATURE FISHES? 68

69 38. Andrade, C.R., Peña, C., Mathisen, A.D., Lugo, S., Ginés, R., Lezcano, A., Cruz, A., Caudet, E., Bordes, F., Barrera, A., Castro, J.J. NOTES OF THE BIOLOGIC AND BATHYMETRIC DISTRUBUTION OF THE FAMILY DIAPHUS DUMERILLI IN CANARY WATERs 39. Modica, L., Velasco, F., Preciado I., Soto, M., Greenstreet, S.P.R. DEVELOPMENT OF THE LARGE FISH INDICATOR AND ASSOCIATED TARGET FOR A NORTH-EAST ATLANTIC FISH COMMUNITY Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology 40. López, A., Rico, M., Santana-Casiano, J.M., G. González, A.G., González-Dávila, M. PHENOLIC PROFILE OF DUNALIELLA TERTIOLECTA GROWING UNDER IRON STRESS 41. González, A.G., Pokrovsky, O.S., Viers, J. POTENTIAL USE OF NATIVE MOSSES FOR BIOMONITORING THE METAL POLLUTION: A STABLE ISOTOPE APPROACH 42. Sánchez-Rodríguez, A., Sosa-Ferrera, Z., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J. MONITORING OF BOOSTER BIOCIDES IN MARINE SEDIMENTS COMING FROM HARBOURS OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND 43. A. Sánchez-Rodríguez, Z. Sosa-Ferrera and J.J. Santana-Rodríguez ASSESSMENT OF ORGANIC BOOSTER BIOCIDE CONTAMINATION IN SEAWATER FROM HARBOURS OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND 44. Afonso-Olivares, C., Torres-Padrón, M.E., Sosa-Ferrera, Z., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J. MONITORING OF SELECTED GROUP OF PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOUNDS IN OUTFALLS FROM COASTAL WATERS OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND (SPAIN) 45. Montesdeoca Esponda, S., Sosa Ferrera, Z., Santana Rodriguez, J.J. QUANTIFICATION OF FLUOROQUINOLONE ANTIBIOTICS IN COASTAL MARINE SEDIMENTS OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND USING A GREEN METHODOLOGY 46. Diniz, L.G.R., Vieira, E.M., Franco, T.C.R.S., Torres-Padrón, M.T., Sosa-Ferrera, Z., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J. OPTIMIZATION OF AN ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR THE EXTRACTION AND DETERMINATION OF ANTI-FOULING BOOSTER IN BIOLOGICAL TISSUES. 47. Santos-Echeandía, J., Cervantes-Duarte, R., Herrera, J.J.R., Cobelo, A., Prego, R., Marmolejo J. COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF THE MAGDALENA BAY (MÉXICO): THE RELEVANCE OF WATER DEPURATION IN AN AREA WITH WATER SUPPLY DEFICIENCY 48. Almécija, C., Cobelo-García, A., Santos-Echeandía, J., Caetano, M. PLATINUM IN SALT MARSH SEDIMENTS: BEHAVIOUR AND BIOLOGICAL UPTAKE 49. Aguirre-Martínez, G.V., Del Valls, T. A., Martín-Díaz, M. L. GENERAL STRESS SYNDROME ANALYSED IN CORBICULA FLUMINEA EXPOSED TO HUMAN PHARMACEUTICALS 50. Aguirre-Martínez, G., Okello, C., Salamanca, M., Garrido, C., Del Valls, T. A., Martín-Díaz, L.M. RISK ASSESSMENT FOR FREQUENTLY USED CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS 69

70 51. Blasco, J., Sáenz-Arreucoechea, V., Gómez-Parra, A. EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY ON Cd ADSORPTION IN A SANDY COASTAL SEDIMENT 52. Martínez-Gómez, C., León, V.M., Calles, S., Vethaak, A.D. AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF EMBRYOTOXIC EFFECTS ON THE SEA URCHIN PARACENTROTUS LIVIDUS AFTER EXPOSURE TO MICROBEADS 53. Moreno-González, R., Campillo, J.A., León, V.M. DISTRIBUTION OF CURRENT USE PESTICIDES IN SURFACE MARINE SEDIMENTS FROM THE MAR MENOR LAGOON (SE SPAIN) 54. Moreno-González, R., Rodríguez-Mozaz, S., Huerta, B., Barceló, D., León, V.M. BIOACCUMULATION OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN MOLUSCS AND FISHES FROM A MEDITERRANEAN COASTAL LAGOON (MAR MENOR SE SPAIN) 55. González-Quijano, A., Soriano, J.A., Ruíz, R., Besada, V. ORGANOCHLORINE COMPOUNDS IN PATELLA SPP FROM THE CANARY ISLANDS (SPAIN). DISTRIBUTION OF DDTS. POTENCIAL SOURCES OF EXPOSURE. 56. Hernández-Martínez, A.M., Padrón-Sanz, C. ANALYSIS OF Ni, Cr, Cu, Pb AND Cd IN MARINE SEDIMENTS BY USING A MICROWAVE ASSISTED MICELLAR EXTRACTIO METHOD AND GFAAS 57. Hernández-Martínez, A.M., Padrón-Sanz, C. DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METALS IN THE MARINE BIOINDICATORS MYTILUS GALLOPROVINCIALIS AND NEREIS DIVERSICOLOR USING A GREEN METHOD BASED ON 'MICROWAVE ASSISTED MICELLAR EXTRACTION' AND GF-AAS 58. Araújo, C.V.M., Martínez-Haro, M., Ribeiro, R. THE IMPORTANCE OF UNCONTAMINATED SEDIMENT PATCHES FOR HABITAT SELECTION BY SNAILS: AVOIDING CONTAMINATION 59. Betancort Rodríguez, J.R., de la Cruz Martín, T. MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF BEACH SANDS GRAN CANARIA ISLAND 60. Millán Gabet, V., Betancort Rodriguez, J.R., Rodrigo Sanz, M. DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METALS IN COASTAL SEAWATER OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND USING A MATRIX ELIMINATION STEP Oceanography 61. Sierra, A., Burgos, M, Ortega, T., Forja, J.M. ORGANIC BASES INFLUENCE ON TOTAL ALKALINITY IN SHALLOW SYSTEMS OF THE GULF OF CADIZ 62. Soto Ruiz, M., Velasco Guevara, F., Sobrino Yraola, I., Baldó, F., Acón, A. E., Massutí, E. INTER-CALIBRATION TRIALS BETWEEN THE R/V CORNIDE DE SAAVEDRA AND THE R/V MIGUEL OLIVER IN BOTTOM TRAWL SURVEYS OFF THE SPANISH COAST 70

71 Biogeochemical Processes 63. García-Martínez, M.C., Moya, F., Vargas-Yáñez, M., López-Jurado, J.L., Serra, M, Tel, E., Balbín, R., Aparicio, A., Amengual, B. PHYTOPLANKTON AND NUTRIENT TRENDS IN DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA 64. Aparicio-González, A., Balbín, R., López-Jurado, J.L., Serra, M., García-Martínez, M.C., Moya, F., Vargas-Yáñez, M., Santiago, R DECADAL ANALYSIS OF APPARENT OXYGEN UTILIZATION CONTENT IN UPPER MEDITERRANEAN SEA AROUND BALEARIC ISLANDS 65. Ibáñez, I., Sánchez, J., Palacios, V.M., Roldán, A.M. EVALUATION OF FRESHNESS OF TWO SEAWEED SPECIES (ULVA SP. AND CODIUM SP.) COLLECTED IN GULF OF CADIZ 71

72 Thursday, June 12 th General Topics 1. Atlantic Society of Oceanographers WHAT IS THE ATLANTIC SOCIETY OF OCEANOGRAPHERS? 2. Biblioteca de la ULPGC (Ciencias Básicas). Facultad de Ciencias del Mar CIENCIA COMPARTIDA Biodiversity 3. Martín-Sosa, P., González-Porto, M., Almón, B., Acosta, C., Arrese, B., González-Irusta, J.M., Barreiro, S., Jiménez, S. SENSITIVE HABITATS AND FISHING FOOTPRINT OFF CANARY ISLANDS SEAMOUNTS AMANAY AND EL BANQUETE 4. González-Porto, M., Barreiro-Jueguen, S., Sarralde-Vizuete, R., López-Abellán, L., Jiménez-Navarro,S., Pedrianes, J.R., Agulló-García, J. VME INDICATOR SPECIES COLLECTED DURING EXPLORATORY FISHING IN MACARONESIAN SEAMOUNTS 5. Jiménez, S., González, Y., González, E.L., González, J.F., Hernández-González, C.L., Martín-Sosa, P., González-Lorenzo, G., Fernández, M.A.R. ASSESSING SEA GRASS MEADOWS CONDITION AT EL RÍO SPECIAL AREA OF CONSERVATION OFF LA GRACIOSA E ISLOTES DEL NORTE DE LANZAROTE MARINE RESERVE 6. Gil, M., Ramil, F., Ramos, A. MAURITANIAN DEEP-WATER PLUMULARIOIDEA (CNIDARIA, HYDROZOA) 7. Calero, B., Ramil, F., Ramos, A. DEEP-SEA HOLOTHUROIDEA OFF MAURITANIA 8. Sáez-Liante, R., Navarro, J., Albo-Puigserver, M., Coll, M., Palomera, I. FEEDING ECOLOGY AND ECOLOGICAL ROLE OF THE ATLANTIC BONITO SARDA SARDA IN THE NORTHWESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA 9. Cortés, B., Galindo, J., Diz, P., Morán, P., Nombela, M.A. EPIGENETIC CHANGES DRIVEN BY OCEAN ACIDIFICATION IN AN INTERTIDAL MARINE SNAIL 10. Morales Herrera, T., García Ovide, B., Gil Velasco, M., Monagas Manzano, P., García Tavero, N., Gaona Calderón, M., Aguilar de Soto, N. THE CETACEANS AND SEABIRDS SIGHTING NET OF THE CANARY ISLANDS Marine Cultures 11. Rocha, F., Fernández, R, Peñalosa, D. EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE IN THE GROWTH AND USE OF YOLK RESERVOIR IN PARALARVAE OF OCTOPUS VULGARIS (CUVIER, 1797) UNDER STARVATION 12. J.R. Cejas, Jerez, S., Doble, S., Almansa, E., Martín, M.V., Felipe, B.C. A SIMPLE METHOD TO MONITORING THE PARASITE POPULATION OF BENEDENIA SERIOLAE IN REARING TANKS OF SERIOLA DUMERILI 72

73 13. Gherardi, S., Medina, A., Mèlich, M., Lara, M., Aranda, G. MATURATION AND SPAWNING OF ATLANTIC BLUEFIN TUNA IN FARM FATTENING CAGES 14. Miró Recio-Mensaque, J.M., Mancera, J.M. PROBIOTICS IN AQUACULTURE: PDP11 (SHEWANELLA PUTREFACIENS) AS EXAMPLE 15. Segade, A., Robaina, L., Martínez, I, Molina, L. INCORPORATION PATTERNS OF FATTY ACIDS AND CAROTENOIDS IN ADULT ARTEMIA FRANCISCANA FED WITH 3 ENRICHING 16. Jerez, S.,. Cejas, J.R., Martín, V., Almansa, E., Santamaría, F.J. USE OF PASSIVE INTEGRATED TRANSPONDER (PIT) SYSTEM AS A METHOD TO TAG JUVENILES OF GREATER AMBERJACK (SERIOLA DUMERILI) IN GROW Coastal Management 17. Montes Pérez, J., Del Río, L., Chica, J.A., Benavente, J. ARE THE SPANISH REGULATIONS APPROPRIATE FOR THE COASTAL MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO THE COASTLINE TREND? 18. Jiménez, S., González, E.L., González, Y., González, J.F., Almón, B., Hernández-González, C.L., Martín-Sosa, P., González-Lorenzo, G., Fernández, M.A.R. EFFECTS OF THE ANTHROPOGENICS PRESSURES (MARINE LITTER) ON THE COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS OF THE MARINE RESERVE ISLA DE LA GRACIOSA E ISLOTES DEL NORTE DE LANZAROTE 19. Lersundi-Kanpistegi, M Bernabeu, A., Rey, D., Díaz, R. STUDY OF THE MUTUAL INTERACTION OF SUBMERGED PIPELINE WITH THE SEDIMENT DYNAMICS OF SAMIL BEACH (NW SPAIN) 20. Espinosa, J.M., Machado, A., Díaz, J., Cruz, T.,. Bermejo, J.A. GROWTH RESPONSE OF THE SEAGRASS CYMODOCEA NODOSA TO IN SITU REAL BURIAL AND EROSION 21. Collado-Sánchez, C. Gelado-Caballero, M.D., Hernández-Brito, J.J., Hernández-Artíles, M.N., Adam-Muñoz, M. A., Álvarez, R. ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF THE HEAVILY MODIFIED WATERS OF THE PORT OF LAS PALMAS. Biological Oceanography 22. Hermoso, M., Figueroa, F. L. VULNERABILITY AND ACCLIMATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE FACTORS OF VERMETID REEFS: PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS IN THE ASSOCIATED ALGAE N.BRASS 23. Juez, A., Gayraud, G., Lastra, M. RESPONSE OF SCAVENGERS TO FOOD SUBSIDIES IN GALICIAN EXPOSED SANDY BEACHES 24. Trigos, S., García-March, J.R., Vicente, N., Tena, J., Torres, J. NEW DATA ON FEEDING AND BREATHING OF THE FAN MUSSEL PINNA NOBILIS. 73

74 25. Gonzalez-Gil, S., González, J.F., Rodríguez, J., Boza, C., Bartolomé, A., Jiménez, S., Hernández, C., Santamaría, M.T.G., González- Lorenzo, G. IMPACT GENERATED BY ACCUMULATION OF MARINE DEBRIS ON THE SHORELINE OF CANARY ISLANDS.PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE PROJECT OMARCOST 26. Martínez-Martí, A., Del Toro, M., Trigos, S., García-March, J.R., Tena, J., Deudero, S., Vázquez-Luis, M., Torres, J. GROWTH OF THE ENDANGERED BIVALVE PINNA NOBILIS IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA 27. Espinosa Gutiérrez, J.M., Lozano Soldevilla, F. HORIZONTAL DISTRIBUTION OF COPEPODA CYCLOPOIDA SAPPHIRINIDAE IN THE CANARY ISLANDS Geological Oceanography 28. Bernárdez, P., Gutiérrez-Arnillas, E., Francés, G., Sánchez-Pellicer, R., Pérez-Arlucea, M. González-Álvarez, R., Alejo, I. MULTIPROXY EVIDENCES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATIC SHIFTS IN THE ALBORAN SEA DURING THE LAST 25 KA. 29. Fernández-Fernández,S., Bernabeu, A.M., Rey, D., Rubio, B., Vila, F. A PRELIMINARY APPROACH TO THE DEFINITION OF THE OIL BURIAL DEPTH ON SANDY BEACHES 30. Mena, A., González-Álvarez, A., Francés, G. SEA-SURFACE CHANGES IN THE GALICIA INTERIOR BASIN DURING THE PAST 60 KA. 31. Bru, E., Alonso, I. A POCKET BEACH THAT REACHES EQUILIBRIUM AFTER BECOMING DISCONNECTED FROM A LARGE SYSTEM OF BEACHES. PLAYA BARCA (FUERTEVENTURA) 32. García-García, P., García-Moreiras, I., Martinez Carreño, N., Muñoz-Sobrino, C., García- Gil, S. MILLENIAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES FROM GEOPHYSICAL AND PALYNOLOGICAL ANALYSES IN SAN SIMÓN BAY (RÍA DE VIGO). 33. Alejo, I., Nombela, M.A., Francés, G., Pérez-Arlucea, M., Mena, A., Diz, P., Caínzos, V., Estrada, F. GLACIAL-INTERGLACIAL SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES IN THE NORTHEAST ATLANTIC OCEAN AS REVEAL GRAIN-SIZE ANALYSES. 34. Sánchez-Guillamón, O., Vázquez, J.T., Fernández-Puga, M.C., Fernández-Salas, L.M.., Díaz del Rio, V. ANALYSIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MODERN TECTONIC STRUCTURES OF GULF OF CÁDIZ CONTINENTAL SHELF (SW IBERIAN PENINSULA) Fisheries 35. Jurado-Ruzafa, A., Duque, V., Carrasco, M.N., González-Lorenzo, G. REPRODUCTIVE ASPECTS OF OCTOPUS VULGARIS, CUVIER 1797, CAUGHT BY THE INDUSTRIAL SPANISH FLEET OFF MAURITANIA (NW AFRICA) 74

75 Submarine Eruption at El Hierro 36. Fraile-Nuez, E., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M., Presas-Navarro, C., Rodríguez-Santana, A., de Armas, D. THE SUBMARINE VOLCANO ERUPTION AT THE ISLAND OF EL HIERRO: MORE THAN 2 YEARS REGISTERING PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL ANOMALIES 37. Santana-Casiano, J.M., González-Dávila, M., Fraile-Nuez, E., de Armas, D. THE NATURAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND FERTILIZATION EVENT CAUSED BY THE SUBMARINE ERUPTION OF EL HIERRO 38. Rueda, J.L., Gallardo, H., Luque, V., López, F. J., López-González, N., Fernández-Salas, L.M., Díaz del Río, V., Santana-Casiano, J.M., Fraile-Nuez, E., Vázquez, J.T. BENTHIC AND DEMERSAL COMMUNITIES AFTER THE SUBMARINE ERUPTION OF EL HIERRO: SPATIAL PATTERNS OF SURVIVAL AND COLONIZATION OF FAUNA 39. Escánez, A., Rocha, F., González, A.F., Guerra, Á. OCEANIC CEPHALOPODS FROM WESTERN CANARY ISLANDS COLLECTED DURING CETOBAPH MESOPELAGIC SURVEY: DISTRIBUTION AND BIODIVERSITY. 40. Espinosa, J.M., Lozano Soldevilla, F., Escánez, A., Fernández de Puelles, M.L., Hernández, F., Vera, A., Fraile, E. MESOZOOPLANKTON BIOMASS DISTRIBUTION IN THE WATERS OF THE EL HIERRO ISLAND, (CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN) DURING MARCH AND OCTOBER Hernández, F., de Vera, A., Fraile, E., Lozano, F., Fernández, M.L., Espinosa, J.M., - Talavera, F.G., Peñalver, F.G., Muñoz, B. ANALYSIS IN PRE AND POST ERUPTIVE PERIODS OF ZOOPLANKTON FROM LA RESTINGA (SW-EL HIERRO, CANARY ISLANDS). VULCANO PROJECT. 42. Fernández de Puelles, M.L., Gazá, M., Hernández, F., Lozano, F., Espinosa, J.M., Fraile- Nuez, E. ZOOPLANKTON ABUNDANCE AND STRUCTURE DURING THE SUBMARINE POST- ERUPTIVE PROCESS IN WATERS OF THE HIERRO ISLAND: MARCH Coca, J., Ohde, T., Redondo, A., García-Weil, L., G. Ramos, A.G. REMOTE SENSING OF THE EL HIERRO SUBMARINE VOLCANIC ERUPTION PLUME Ocean and Climate Change 44. Marcos, M., Amores, A., Gomis, D QUANTIFYING ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THERMOSTERIC SEA LEVEL RISE 45. Marcos, M. OCEAN BOTTOM PRESSURE VARIABILITY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH SEA LEVEL 46. Ramírez Garrido, S., Solé Ollé, J., García Olivares Rodríguez, A., Pelegrí Llopart, J.L. NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE MEDITERRANEAN OUTFLOW WITH A SIMPLIFIED TOPOGRAPHY 47. Llasses, J., Jordà, G., Gomis, D. UNCERTAIN UNCERTAINTIES IN CLIMATE PROJECTIONS 75

76 48. Vélez-Belchí, P., Hernández-Guerra, A., Barrera, C., Fraile-Nuez, E., Barrera, A., Llinas, O., Benítez Barrios, V., Domínguez, F., Alonso-González, I., González Dávila, M,, Santana Casiano, J.M., Hernández Brito, J.J., Presas Navarro, C., Arístegui Ruiz, J., Comas Rodríguez, I., Carlos Garijo Lopez, J.C., Hernández León, S., Pérez Hernández, M.D., Rodríguez Santana, A., Sosa Trejo, D. MONITORING THE OCEANIC WATERS OF THE CANARY ISLANDS: THE DEEP HYDROGRAPHIC SECTION OF THE CANARIES. Operational Oceanography 49. Soto Navarro, J., Lorente Jiménez, P., MRuíz Gil de la Serna, M.I., Álvarez Fanjul, E. THE OPERA PROJECT: AN OPERATIVE HF RADAR NETWORK IN THE SPANISH COAST 50. Lorente P., Amo-Baladrón, A., Levier, B., Aznar, R., Cailleau, S., García-Sotillo, M. THE IBI-MFC VALIDATION TOOL: APPLICATION TO THE MYOCEAN IBI MODEL UPGRADES AND ITS TRANSITION INTO OPERATIONS. 51. Roque, D., Mañanes, R., Rodriguez, P., Vazquez Lopez-Escobar, A., Izquierdo, A., Bruno, M. USE OF AUVS TO VALIDATE COASTAL HF RADAR Remote Sensing Oceanography 52. Font, J., Ward, B., Emelianov, M., Morisset, S., Salvador, J., Busecke, J., and the SPURS- MIDAS Team MEASURING SURFACE SALINITY IN THE N. ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL GYRE. THE SPURS-MIDAS CRUISE, SPRING Hoareau, N., Gómez, L., Ballabrera, J., Portabella, M., Turiel, A. TOWARDS A NORTH ATLANTIC SMOS SSS PRODUCT USING A NUMERICAL MODEL OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN 54. Salinas-Núñez, C., Marrero-Díaz, A., Sangrà, P. INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTH SHETLAND ISLAND SYSTEM 55. Marcello, J., Eugenio, F., Martín, J., Bermejo, J.A. DETERMINATION OF COASTAL MANAGEMENT PARAMETERS WITH HIGH RESOLUTION REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY Large-scale Processes 56. Llanillo,P.J., Pelegrí, J.L., Peña-Izquierdo, J., Navarrete, S.A. PATHWAYS OF OXYGEN SUPPLY INTO THE EASTERN SOUTH PACIFIC OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE 57. Peña-Izquierdo, J., Pelegrí, J.L., Llanillo, P.J., García-Olivares, A. WATER MASS EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE NORTH ATLANTIC TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL GYRES. 58. Carmo-Costa, T.M., Hernández-Guerra, A., Comas-Rodríguez, I., Pérez-Hernández, M.D., Vélez-Belchí, P., Fraile-Nuez, E. TRANSPORT VARIABILITY OF THE CANARY CURRENT 76

77 59. Hernández-Guerra, A., Pelegrí, J.L., Fraile-Nuez, E., Benítez- Barrios, V., Emelianov, M., Dolor, M. MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING TRANSPORTS AT 7.5N AND 24.5N IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN DURING AND Vélez-Belchí, P., Hernández-Guerra, A., González-Pola, C., Machín, F., Collins, C. RIDING THE CANARY DEEP POLEWARD UNDERCURRENT (CDPU) Small-scale Processes 61. Emelianov, M.,, Font, J. SMALL-SCALE MIXING IN THE SUBSURFACE SALINITY MAXIMUM IN THE SUBTROPICAL NORTH ATLANTIC 62. Estrada-Allis, S.E., Rodrígez-Santana, A., Sangrà, P., Mason, E. VERTICAL MIXING AND VERTICAL VELOCITIES IN AN ANTICYCLONIC EDDY SOUTH OF GRAN CANARIA ISLAND. A FIRST APPROACH. 63. Rodríguez-Santana, A., Fraile-Nuez, E., Estrada-Allis, S., Santana-Casiano, J.M., González- Dávila, M., Presas-Navarro, C. TURBULENCE ASSOCIATED WITH VOLCANIC ACTIVITY: THE SUBMARINE VOLCANO AT THE ISLAND OF EL HIERRO Coastal Processes 64. Bondyale Juez, D., Báez Hernández, M., González Gérboles, R., Gómez Navarro, L., Carbó Mestre, P., Sarmiento Lezcano, A. ANALYSIS OF ADCP DATA IN THE BAY OF SETÚBAL 65. E. Tel, Cabanas,, J.M., Gonzalez-Nuevo, G., Cabrero, A. TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY SUB-SURFACE VARIABILITY ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF GALICIA 66. Piedracoba, S., Herrera, J.L., Graña, R., González, J., Gilcolto, M., Varela, R., Rosón, G. LA CIRCULACIÓN SUPERFICIAL EN LA RÍA DE VIGO A TRAVÉS DEL HF RADAR. VARIABILIDAD LATERAL AND RELACIÓN CON EL VIENTO REMOTO Mesoscale Processes 67. Sánchez-Román, A., Sannino, G., Jordà, G., Gomis, D. REVERSALS OF VERTICAL FLOWS BETWEEN LAYERS BY METEOROLOGICAL FORCING IN GIBRALTAR: LINKING WITH THE HYDRAULICS OF THE EXCHANGE 68. Bornstein, G., Biescas, B., Sallarès, V., Mojica, F.F. DIRECT TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY ACOUSTIC FULL WAVEFORM INVERSION 69. Troupin, D., Pascual, A., Lana, A., Valladeau, G., Pujol, I., Tintoré, J. COMBINED USE OF GLIDER, RADAR AND ALTIMETRY DATA TO STUDY A COASTAL CURRENT IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA 70. Mason, E., Pascual, A., McWilliams, J.C. FIRST LOOK AT A NEW INTERANNUAL ROMS SOLUTION FOR THE CANARY BASIN 71. Mason, E., Pascual, A. MULTISCALE VARIABILITY IN THE BALEARIC SEA: AN ALTIMETRIC PERSPECTIVE 77

78 72. Martínez-Marrero, A., Sangrá, P., Caldeira, R., Aguiar-González, B., Rodríguez-Santana, A. OBSERVATIONS OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN NEAR-INERTIAL WAVES AND MESOSCALE EDDIES Technologies for the environment 73. Anger, J., Fraile-Nuez, E., Velez-Belchi, P., de Armas, D., Dominguez-Yanes, J.F., OCEANOGRAPHIC MOORINGS: BEHAVIORAL STUDY OF EBC4. 78

79 Friday, June 13 th General Topics 1. Atlantic Society of Oceanographers WHAT IS THE ATLANTIC SOCIETY OF OCEANOGRAPHERS? 2. Biblioteca de la ULPGC (Ciencias Básicas). Facultad de Ciencias del Mar CIENCIA COMPARTIDA Biodiversity 3. Aguilera-Rodà, M., Azumendi-Esquibel, J., López, O., López-Jurado, LF. PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE CRANIOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN MONK SEAL POPULATION AT CABO BLANCO PENINSULA (WESTERN SAHARA-MAURITANIA) 4. Liria-Loza, A., Medina-Suárez M., Jiménez-Bordón S.; Varo-Cruz, N., Monzón-Argüello C., López O., Eiroa, A., Aguilera-Rodà M., López-Jurado, L.F. CAPE VERDE LOGGERHEAD COLONY: RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES 5. Liria-Loza, A., Jiménez-Bordón, S., Medina-Suárez, M., Aguilera-Rodà, M., López, O., Eiro,a A., López-Jurado, L.F. EX-SITU MARINE TURTLES CONSERVATION STRATEGIES: LOGGERHEAD REINTRODUCTION PROGRAM IN CANARY ISLANDS 6. Gayraud, G., Juez, A., Lastra M., López, J., Troncoso, J. BURROWING BEHAVIOR IN THE SAND CRAB PORTUMNUS LATIPES (PENNANT 1777) IN SANDY BEACHES OF GALICIA, NW SPAIN Biotechnology 7. Ferriol Buñola, P., Toledo Marante, F.J., Estevez Reyes, F.J., Brouard Martin, I., León Oyola, J.F. THE CYANOBACTERIUM NOSTOC SP. AND AN INTERTIDAL CYANOBACTERIAL MAT COMMUNITY AS A SOURCE OF SCYTONEMIN AND DIHYDROSCYTONEMIN 8. Carrasco-Acosta, M., Herrera-Melián, J.A., Robaina RR., García-Jiménez P. MONITORING THE WATER QUALITY THROUGH MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES 9. Guedes-Alonso, R., Santana-Rodríguez, J.J., Ferriol-Buñola, P., Toledo-Marante, F.J. DETERMINATION OF SCYTONEMIN BY UHPLC-MS/MS IN EXTRACTS OF AN INTERTIDAL CYANOBACTERIAL MAT COMMUNITY AND IN NOSTOC SP. 10. García Oms, S. Sánchez Chicharro, E., Padrón Sanz, C., Cejalvo Lapeña, D., Lloris Carsí, J.M. EXTRACTION AND DETERMINATION OF POLYPHENOLS FROM CAULERPA PROLIFERA USING ORBITAL SHAKING AND HPLC 11. de Vera, C.R., Crespín, G. D., Souto, M.L., Franco, J.M., Riobó, P., Fernández, J., Norte, M. NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN GAMBIERDISCUS AUSTRALES (VGO1046) TOXIN PROFILE 79

80 12. Navarro-Ponce M.A., Afonso J.M., Robaina R.R. INTERACTION DNA-DNA BETWEEN THE ENDOPHYTE MICROSPONGIUM TENUISSIMUM AND HIS HOST THE MARINE ALGA GRATELOUPIA IMBRICATA Marine Cultures 13. García Fernández, Y., de Vera Soto, J., Haroun, R., Figueroa, F.L., Gómez Pinchetti, J.L. MACROALGAL BIOMASS INTENSIVE TANK PRODUCTION AS AFFECTED BY CO- CULTURE AND NUTRIENT DYNAMIC 14. Muñoz, F., Leyton, Y., Mejías, C., Riquelme, C. INCORPORATION OF PROBIOTIC BACTERIA AND MICROALGAE IN THE ROTIFER BRACHIONUS ROTUNDIFORMIS AS VECTOR IN LIVE FOOD IN FISH LARVAE 15. La Barbera, A., Sarih, S., Fernández-Palacios Barber, H., Roo, J. Schuchardt, D., Izquierdo, M.S. SPAWNING QUALITY OBTAINED IN GREATER AMBERJACK (SERIOLA DUMERILI) THROUGH GNRHA INDUCTIONS BY INJECTIONS OR IMPLANTS 16. Ofelio C., Pintado J., Planas M. ON THE PRESENCE OF POTENTIAL PATHOGEN BACTERIA IN MORIBUND SEAHORSE JUVENILES Coastal Management 17. Melián-Ramírez, A., Suárez-González, E., Santos-Bethencourt, R., Santiago-Villalba, J., Masdeu-Navarro, M., Hernández-Acosta, C.N., Echevarrieta-Legrand, L., Castro- Rodríguez, M.A., Sanchez-García, M.J., Alonso, I. LA LAJA BEACH (GRAN CANARIA, SPAIN): AN EXAMPLE OF AN EFFECTIVE COASTAL ENGINEERING PROJECT 18. Fernández Sánchez, S., Arto Cuesta, N., Álvarez Vazquez, R., Collado-Sánchez, C., Hernández-Artíles, M.N., Adam-Muñoz, M. A. IMPLEMENTATION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ROM 5.1 IN LAS PALMAS PORT 19. Sanz, V., Alejo, I., Pérez-Estévez, C. THE NATIONAL PARK OF THE ATLANTIC ISLANDS OF GALICIA: MORPHODYMICS OF THE BEACH SYSTEMS MORE EMBLEMATIC. 20. Bilbao Sieyro, A., Pérez González, Y., Cedeño Rodríguez, M.V., González Hernández, M., Pavón Salas, N. A METHODOLOGICAL PROPOSAL FOR THE DEFINITION OF MANAGEMENT UNITS BY HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE TERRITORY (CANARY ISLANDS), AS A PART OF AN ICZM PROCESS Ocean Modelling 21. Machado, A., Bermejo, J.A. GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS OF LOGGERHEAD TURTLES IN CANARY ISLANDS 22. Fernández-Palacios J.M., Torres M.A., Llope M. MOVING TOWARDS AN ECOSYSTEM BASED MANAGEMENT IN THE GULF OF CADIZ 80

81 23. Pereiro Rodríguez, D., Souto Torres, C., Gago, J. NUMERICAL MODELING OF FLOATING PLASTIC POLLUTANTS ON THE GALICIAN REGION (NW SPAIN) 24. Tello, M. O., Hermida, N., Pastor, E., Sanz, J.L. MARINE GIS APPLICATIONS: GIS SPANISH INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY (IEO) Biological Oceanography 25. Baños Cerón, I., Arístegui Ruiz, J. ARE TETRAZOLIUM SALTS A RELIABLE PROXY TO ASSES IN VIVO RESPIRATORY ACTIVITY IN NATURAL MARINE COMMUNITIES? 26. Palacios, L., López, J., Lastra, M., Louzan, C. EFFECT OF PATCH SIZE ON METABOLIC ACTIVITY OF STRANDED MACROALGAE 27. Palacios, L., Louzan, C. López, J., Gaelzer, L.R., Aneiros, F., Troncoso, J.S. ALLOMETRIC GROWTH AND EFFECT OF SIZE ON THE METABOLISM OF ECHIICHTHYS VIPERA (CUVIER, 1829) 28. Montero, M.F., Arístegui, J., Anabalón, V., Hernández-León, S., Gómez-Pinchetti, J.L. BIOVOLUME VARIABILITY IN NATURAL POPULATIONS OF PICOPLANKTON AND NANOPLANKTON FROM THE CANARY CURRENT REGION 29. Hernández-Marrero, Y.A., Cabrera, R. ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEMS OF SEA URCHIN DIADEMA ANTILLARUM IN CANARY ISLANDS 30. Orúe, B., Goñi, N., Sorell, J.M., Arrizabalaga, H., Medina, A., Varela, J.L. ESTIMATING AGE 1-2 BLUEFIN TUNA DIET BY ISOTOPE MIXING MODEL 31. Schiavi, A., Aguilar de Soto, N., Reyes, C., Martín, V. INTER-ISLAND MOVEMENTS OF BLAINVILLE'S AND CUVIER'S BEAKED WHALES THE CANARY ISLANDS 32. Narváez, K., Osaer, F., Goldthorpe, B., Vera González, E. LONG-TERM SIGHTINGS OF ELASMOBRANCHS BY RECREATIONAL DIVERS IN THE ISLAND OF GRAN CANARIA (CENTRAL-EAST ATLANTIC). 33. Ferrera, I., Gasol1, J.M., González, J.M., Montero, M.F., Fraile-Nuez, E., Arístegui, J. EFFECTS OF THE SUBMARINE VOLCANIC ERUPTION OF EL HIERRO (CANARY ISLANDS) ON THE BACTERIOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES OF THE SURROUNDING 34. Herrera, I., Antezana, T., Giraldo, A., Beier, E., Yebra, L., Hernández-León, S., Färber- Lorda, J. POTENTIAL GRAZING, RESPIRATION AND GROWTH OF EUPHAUSIA DISTINGUENDA IN RELATION TO THE OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE AT THE EASTERN TROPIC 35. Brochier, T., Auger, P.-A., Pecquerie, L., Machu, E., Mbaye, B.C., Thiaw, M., Brehmer, P. INVESTIGATING SARDINELLA AURITA SEASONAL MIGRATORY PATTERN OFF NORTH- WEST AFRICA WITH A BIOPHYSICAL MODEL 81

82 Physical Oceanography 36. Pérez-Hernández, M.D., Hernández-Guerra, A., Fraile-Nuez, e., Comas-Rodríguez, I., Benítez-Barrios, V.M., Domínguez-Yanes, J.F., Vélez-Belchí, P., De Armas, D. THE SOURCE OF THE CANARY CURRENT IN FALL Laiz, I., Tejedor, B., Aboitiz, A., Gómez-Enri, J., Villares, P. NON-ISOSTATIC SEA LEVEL RESPONSE TO BAROMETRIC PRESSURE WITHIN THE GULF OF CADIZ 38. Calero Quesada, C., García Lafuente, J., Sánchez Garrido, J.C., Sammartino, S., Delgado, J. ENERGY OF MARINE CURRENTS IN THE STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR AND ITS POTENTIAL AS A RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCE Geological Oceanography 39. Palomino, D., Vázquez, J.T., Fernández-Salas, L.M., López-González, N., Rueda, J.L., Díaz del Río, V. GEOMORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PIPOCA MUD VOLCANO LINKED TO RECENT GEOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN THE GULF OF CADIZ CONTINENTAL MA 40. Mohamed, K.J., Rey, D., Rubio, B., Bernabeu, A. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SEDIMENTS. WHAT THEY TELL US ABOUT NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC CHANGES IN COASTAL MARINE SEDIMENTS 41. Fernández-Puga, M.C., Vázquez, J.T., Roque, C., Alonso, B., Medialdea, T., Palomino, D., Ercilla, G., Diaz del Río, V., Somoza, L. MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE PORTIMAO BANK SEAMOUNT (NW GULF OF CADIZ MARGIN) RELATED TO PLIOCENE-QUATERNARY ACTIVITY. 42. Plaza Morlote, M., Bernabeu, A. M., Benazzouz, O., Martins, V., Mohamed, K.J., Pinheiro, L., Rey, D., Ribeiro, S., Rubio, B., Santos, J.F.. RECENT SEDIMENTATION IN THE GALICIAN INTERNAL BASIN: SEDIMENT PROVENANCE, TRANSPORT TIME AND HYDRODYNAMICS OVER THE LAST 60 KY 43. Gómez Ballesteros, M., González-Aller, J-D., Martín Dávila, J., Carbó, A., Somoza, L., Druet, M., Martínez-Espinosa, S., Catalán, M., Muñoz, A., León, R. MAPPING THE SPAIN S EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE IN THE GALICIAN MARGIN 44. Gómez Ballesteros, M., Druet, M., González-Pola, C., Sánchez, F., García-Alegre, A., Arrese, B., Acosta, A. MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURE ANALYSES OF THE AVILÉS CANYON SYSTEM Chemical Oceanography 45. García-Fuentes, A., Forja, J., Lubián, L.M. CARBON CHEMISTRY IN HIGH-DENSITY CULTURES OF MARINE MICROALGAE 46. Jerez Sarmiento, V.P., Gelado Caballero, M.D., López García, P. IRON SOLUBILITY IN MINERAL DUST AND AEROSOLS GENERATED FROM SOIL SAMPLES 82

83 47. Santana-Castellano, D., Gelado Caballero, M.D., López García, P., Hernández-Brito, J.J. A STUDY OF ALKALINITY IN AEROSOLS COLLECTED IN GRAN CANARIA, SPAIN DURING López García, P., Patey, M.D., Gelado Caballero, M.D., Hernández-Brito, J.J. INPUTS OF SOLUBLE AEROSOL-DERIVED TRACE METALS AND NUTRIENTS TO THE CANARY BASIN Fisheries 49. Lugo, S., Ginés, R., Mathisen, A.D., Peña, C., Andrade, C. R., Sarmiento, A., Cruz, A., Caudet, E., Castro, J. J., Bordes, F., Barrera, A. NOTES ON THE BIOLOGY AND BATHYMETRIC DISTRIBUTION OF THE FAMILY STOMIIDAE IN CANARY WATERS 50. Mathisen, A.D., Ginés, R., Lugo, S., Andrade, C. R., Peña, C., Sarmiento, A., Cruz, A., Caudet, E., Castro, J. J., Barrera, A., Bordes, F. NOTES ON THE BIOLOGY AND BATHYMETRIC DISTRIBUTION OF LAMPAPANYCTUS PUSILLUS IN CANARY WATERS 51. Peña, C., Andrade, C. R., Lugo, S., Mathisen, A.D., Ginés, R.,A., Sarmiento, A., Cruz, A., Caudet, E., Castro, J. J., Barrera, A., Bordes, F. NOTES ON THE BIOLOGY AND BATHYMETRIC DISTRIBUTION OF STERNOPTYX DIAPHANA IN CANARY WATERS 52. Rodríguez-Alfaro, S., Castro, J.J. FISHERIES RESEARCH IN THE EUROPEAN UNION FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMES 53. Triay-Portella, R., García-Martín, V., Martins, A., Almeida, N., Monteiro, C., Correia, S., González-Lorenzo, G., Jiménez, S., Santana, J.I., Pajuelo, J.G., Lorenzo, J.M., González, J.A. BY-CATCH COMPOSITION OF THE STRIPED SOLDIER SHRIMP PLESIONIKA EDWARDSII (CRUSTACEA: DECAPODA: PANDALIDAE) EXPERIMENTAL FISHERY IN THE CAPE VERDE ISLANDS 54. Santos, K., Manent, P., Lopes, E., Quinteiro, J., Almeida, C., González, N. GENETIC STOCK IDENTIFICATION OF THE AFRICAN HIND CEPHALOPHOLIS TAENIOPS IN THE CAPE VERDE ARCHIPELAGO 55. Brás, N., Fortes, I., Quinteiro, J., Rey-Méndez, M., Almeida, C., Manent, P., González, N. GENETIC TRACEABILITY OF CANNED FISH PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED IN CAPE VERDE 56. Cort, J.L. THE IMPORTANCE OF SIZE FREQUENCY SAMPLINGS AND GROWTH MODELS FOR ATLANTIC BLUEFIN TUNA, THUNNUS THYNNUS (L.), STOCK ASSESS Climate Change 57. Henares Gómez, C. SEAGRASSES: THE FIGHTER OF THE COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS. IS THE CLIMATE CHANGE THEIR ACHILLES HEEL? 58. Martín-Hervás Santos, M.R. BLUE CARBON & THE OCEANS 83

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