Publications, presentations and outrach

Here we present outreach and scientific publications of the previous CLEOPATRA I and the ongoing CLEOPATRA II project.

 

Publications (Peer-reviewed)

1.      Daase M, Falk-Petersen S, Varpe Ø,Darnis G, Søreide JE, Wold A, Leu E, Berge J, Philippe B, Fortier L (2013) Timing of reproductive events in the marine copepod Calanus glacialis: A pan-Arctic perspective. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70 (6):871-884. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2012-0401

2.      Iken K, Bluhm B, Søreide JE (2013) Arctic benthic communities. In Arctic Report Card 2013. http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/report13/benthic_communities.html

3.      Weydmann A, Søreide JE, Kwaśniewski S, Leu E, Falk-Petersen S, Berge J (2013) Ice-related seasonality in zooplankton community composition in a high Arctic fjord. Journal of Plankton Research 35 (4):831-842. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbt031.

4.      Grigor JJ, Søreide JE, Varpe Ø (2014) Seasonal ecology and life-history strategy of the high-latitude predatory zooplankter Parasagitta elegans. Marine Ecology Progress Series499:77-88. doi:10.3354/meps10676. http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/meps/v499/p77-88/

5.      Morata N, Søreide JE (2015) Effect of light and food on the metabolism of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis. Polar Biology 38 (1):67-73. doi:10.1007/s00300-013-1417-2http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00300-013-1417-2

6.      Ejsmond MJ, Varpe Ø, Czarnołęski M, Kozłowski J. (2015) Seasonality in offspring value and trade-offs with growth explain capital breeding. The American Naturalist. doi: 10.1086/683119

7.      Freese D, Niehoff B, Søreide JE,Sartoris FJ (2015) Seasonal patterns in extracellular ion concentrations and pH of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis. Limnology and Oceanography. doi: 10.1002/lno.10158

 

Submitted(in per-review)

1.      Freese D, Søreide JE, Niehoff B (in review) Changes in digestive enzyme activities in the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis during ontogenetic vertical migration. Polar Biology

2.      Stübner E,Søreide JE, Reigstad M, Marquardt M, Blachowiak-Samolyk K (in review) Seasonal meroplankton dynamics in high-Arctic Adventfjorden, Svalbard. Journal of Plankton Research.

 

Manuscripts (in preparation)

1.      Boissonnot L, Graeve M, Søreide JE(manuscript). Effect of food and light on the development of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis during the winter-spring transition.

2.      Daase MD, Søreide JE, Freese D, Niehoff B (in prep.): On the relationships between prosome length, lipid content, dry weight, carbon and nitrogen content in Calanus glacialis.

3.      Daase MD, Søreide JE, Hatlebakk M, Freese D, Niehoff B (in prep.): Seasonal variability in lipid content of Calanus glacialis.

4.      Dmoch K.; Trudnowska E.; Boehnke R.; Daase M.; Søreide J.E.; Blachowiak-Samolyk K. (in prep.) Year-round patterns in mesozooplankton community structure in the Arctic fjord ecosystem (Isfjorden, Svalbard).

5.      Ejsmond MJ, McNamaraJM, SøreideJ, Varpe Ø (manuscript). Gradients ofseason length and mortality risk cause discontinuous changes in adult size of determinate growers: a case of Calanus copepods of northern hemisphere (in prep.)

6.      Freese D, Søreide JE, Graeve M, Niehoff B.(manuscript)Metabolic enzyme activity and body composition during the ontogenetic vertical migration of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis. Marine Biology

7.      Hatlebakk MK, Søreide JE,Johnsen G, Graeve M. (manuscript) Investment and fatty acid composition in eggs of Calanus glacialis varies with the food environment.

8.      Stübner E, Gabrielsen T, Leu E, Berge J, Cottier F, Kwasniewski S, Blachowiak-Samolyk K, Boehnke R, Søreide JE (in prep.) It is all about timing: correlation of meroplankton and algal food in high-Arctic fjords.

9.      Søreide JE, Vogedes D, Wiktor J, Marquardt M, Daase MD (in prep) Spring dynamics in C. glacialis in an high Arctic fjord (Rijpfjorden, Svalbard)

10.  Søreide JE, Daase M, Hatlebakk M, Boissonnot L, Freese D, Niehoff B, Graeve M(in prep.) Energetic costs for the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis during overwintering.

11.  Varpe Ø, Ejsmond MJ. When to diapause? Risk taking and fitness in copepods along the capital breeder – income breeder gradient (in prep.)

 

Education

PhD thesis:

Daniela Freese (2015) Life history traits of copepods in a changing Arctic - Seasonal patterns in the physiology of Calanus glacialis. PhD Thesis. Bremen University, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) and the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), February 2015

 

Master theses:

Lauris Boissonnot (2013) Effect of food and light on the development of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis during the winter-spring transition. Master thesis, 41 pp. The University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris, France and The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Longyearbyen, Norway. June 2013.

Maja Hatlebakk (2014) Capital or Income Breeder: the Role of Lipids and Fatty Acid composition for successful Reproduction in Calanus glacialis. Master thesis, 35 pp. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway and The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Longyearbyen, Norway. June 2014.

Charlotte de Vries (2015) Disentangling mortality and development rates in an Arctic copepod population. Master thesis, 32 pp. University of Amsterdam, Netherland and The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Longyearbyen, Norway. February 2015.

 

Presentations

1.      Søreide JE. Climate effects on planktonic food quality and trophic transfer in the Arctic marginal ice zone. Arctic Days, Brest, France, November 2012. Oral presentation.

2.      Falk-Petersen S, Daase M, Varpe Ø, Wold A, Søreide J, Leu E, Berge J, Philippe B, Darnis G, Fortier L. Plasticity in timing of reproductive events in Calanus glacialis: a Pan-Arctic perspective. IPY 2012 Conference From Knowledge to Action, Montreal Canada 22-27 April 2012. Oral presentation.

3.      Hop. H, Assmy P, Sundfjord A, Daase M, Wold A, Kristiansen S, Pavlov V, Berge J, Falk-Petersen S. Seasonal transition in water masses and plankton from Rijpfjorden in Svalbard to the Arctic Ocean. Arctic Frontiers, Tromsø, 23-25 January 2013. Oral presentation.

4.      Søreide JE, Daase M, Varpe Ø: CLEOPATRA II Klimaeffekter på Arktiske marine økosystemer. Forskningsrådets klimakonferanse 30- 31 Oktober, 2013. Skjermeskog presentasjon.

5.      Daase M. The CLEOPATRA II field campaign in Rijpfjorden May 2013. Icelandic-Norwegian workshop on “Variability in Calanus spp. in the Nordic Seas and possible impacts on commercial fish stocks”, 2-5 September 2013, Vestmannæyjar, Iceland Oral presentation.

6.      Daase M. Non-consumptive mortality and seasonal and spatial variability in lipid sacs in Calanus spp. Icelandic-Norwegian workshop on “Variability in Calanus spp. in the Nordic Seas and possible impacts on commercial fish stocks”, 15-18 April 2013, Longyearbyen, Svalbard. Oral presentation.

7.      Freese D, Niehoff B, Søreide JE. Effects of food and light on the physiology of Calanus glacialis during different seasons in the Arctic. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science Conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2013.Oral presentation.

8.      Søreide JE, Carroll ML, Hop H, Ambrose Jr. W, Hegseth EN, Falk-Petersen S. Trophic structures and carbon flows in Arctic and Atlantic waters around Svalbard revealed by stable isotopic and fatty acid tracers. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science Conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2013.Oral presentation.

9.      Morata N, Søreide JE. Effect of changes in light and food on the metabolism of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science Conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2013.Poster presentation.

10.  Søreide JE et al. (2013)Climate effects on planktonic food quality and trophic transfer in the Arctic marginal ice zone II. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science Conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2013.Poster presentation.

11.  Søreide JE. Importance of ice algal production for sympagic, pelagic and benthic consumers in Svalbard, the European Arctic. University of Alaska Fairbanks. Sea ice seminar, Oct. 2013. Invited talk.

12.  Søreide JE. Ecological effects of earlier sea ice retreat on overwinteringArctic zooplankton. University of Alaska Fairbanks, Marine biology seminar series, Oct. 2013. Invited talk.

13.  Freese D, Niehoff B, Søreide JE,Sartoris FJ. Ionen- und pH-Regulierung in der Hämolymphe arktischer Crustaceen eine saisonale Betrachtung. 19th Workshop “Zell-und Gewebeschädigung: Mechanismen, Protektion und Therapie”, 28. - 30.11.2013, Xanten, Germany. Oralpresentation.

14.  Hatlebakk MK, Søreide JE, Johnsen G. Er reproduksjonsstrategien hos Calanus glacialis bestemt av individenes lagrede fettressurser? Nordic Marine Science conference, Oslo, Norway, October 2013. Poster presentation.

15.  Boissonnot L, Graeve M, Søreide JE. Effect of food and light on the development of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis during the winter-spring transition. ASLO, Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 23-28 February 2014. Poster presentation.

16.  Ejsmond MJ, McNamaraJM, SøreideJ, Varpe Ø. Explaining body size and reproduction of the copepods Calanus spp.: predictions from a life history model. IMBER Open Science Conference, Bergen, Norway. June 2014. Poster presentation.

17.  Søreide JE, Daase M, Hatlebakk M, Boissonnot L, Freese D, Niehoff B, Graeve M. Energetic costs for the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis during overwintering. IMBER Conference, Bergen, Norway, June 2014. Oral presentation.

18.  Blachowiak-Samolyk K.; Dmoch K.; Boehnke R.; Daase M.; Søreide J.E. Year-round patterns in mesozooplankton community structure in the Arctic fjord ecosystem (Isfjorden, Svalbard). The World Conference on Marine Biodiversity 2014, Qingdao, China, 11-16 October. 2014. Poster presentation.

19.  Søreide JE. Sympagic-pelagic-benthic coupling in Arctic marine ecosystems revealed by stable isotopic and fatty acid tracers. Alfred Wegener Institute colloquium, November 2014. Invited talk.

20.  Daase M, Søreide JE, Freese D, Niehoff B, Boissonnot L, Hatlebakk M, Graeve M. How much for the night? Energetic costs of overwintering for the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis. Arctic Change Conference, Ottawa, Canada, 8-12 December, 2014. Oral presentation.

21.  Ejsmond MJ, McNamaraJM, SøreideJ, Varpe Ø. Explaining body size and reproduction of the copepods Calanus spp.: predictions from a life history model. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science Conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2015.Oral presentation.

22.  Hatlebakk MK, Søreide JE,Johnsen G, Graeve M. The effect of food access on investment in offspring in Calanus glacialis. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2015. Poster presentation.

23.  Niehoff B, Freese D, Søreide JE. Digestive enzyme activities during the ontogenetic vertical migration of Calanus glacialis. ARCTIC FRONTIERS, Tromsø, Norway, January 2015.Oral presentation.

24.  Stübner E, Søreide JE. Timing of meroplankton in Arctic waters. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science Conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2015.Oral presentation.

25.  Søreide JE, Hatlebakk M, Daase M, Boissonnot L, Freese D, Graeve M, Niehoff B. Fate of the key Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis in a changing Arctic. ARCTIC FRONTIERS Science conference, Tromsø, Norway, January 2015 (Poster)

26.  Ejsmond MJ, McNamaraJM, SøreideJ, Varpe Ø. Explaining body size and reproduction of the copepods Calanus spp.: predictions from a life history model.ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain, February 2015, Oral presentation.

27.  Ejsmond MJ, McNamaraJM, Varpe Ø. Stay safe or feed? Modelling life history implications for timing of diapause. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain, February 2015, Oral presentation.   

28.  Freese D, Søreide JE, Sartoris FJ,Niehoff B. Indication for the timing of diapause - Seasonal development of metabolic activity in the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain, February 2015 (talk).

29.  Niehoff B, Freese D, Graeve M, Søreide JE. Gonad development in juvenile Calanus glacialis during overwintering in a high Arctic fjord. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain, February 2015 (poster).

30.  Daase M,Renaud PE, Berge J, Heggland K, Søreide JE, Vogedes D, Gabrielsen T, Varpe Ø, Cottier F, Wassman P, Falk-Petersen S, Halsband C. Size Matters- Impact of climate change at the base of the Arctic food chain. Gordon Research Conference on Polar Marine Science, Tuscany, Italy 16-20 March 2015 (poster)

31.  Hop H(2015) Arctic sea ice in a variable and rapidly melting environment. Ecosystem Studies of sub-Arctic Seas (ESSAS) Annual Science Meeting, Seattle, 15-17 June. Invited talk.

32.  Hatlebakk MK, Søreide JE, Johnsen G, Graeve M, Niehoff B. The role of lipids and fatty acid composition for successful reproduction in Calanus glacialis. Interdisciplinary Polar Studies in Svalbard (IPSiS) meeting, Longyearbyen, Norway, September 2015. Oral presentation (Abstract accepted)

 

Project meetings

1.      March 2012: CircA and CLEOPATRA II combined kickoff meeting, UNIS

2.      January 2013: Official CLEOPATRA II meeting, Tromsø

3.      February 2014: CLEOPATRA II workshop, University of Alaska, Fairbanks

4.      June 2014: Official CLEOPATRA II meeting, UNIS

5.      December 2014: CLEOPATRA II meeting at AWI, Bremerhaven

 

Outreach:

Project web site: http://mare-incognitum.no/index.php/cleopatra-ii

 

Articles:

Hop H, Gerland S (2013) Da strømmen gikk i fryseboksen. Kronikk i Nordlys, 28 September (in Norwegian). http://www.nordlys.no/kronikk/da-strommen-gikk-i-fryseboksen/s/1-79-6897172

Nilsen F, Gabrielsen TM, Søreide JE, Vader A, Skogseth R, Stübner E, Marquardt M, Berge J: Varmt vann dominerer fjordene på Svalbard. Svalbardposten, Januar 2013 (in Norwegianhttp://svalbardposten.no/index.php?page=vis_nyhet&NyhetID=2943&sok=1

På forskningstokt med UNIS. Svalbardposten, February 2013 (in Norwegian)

http://svalbardposten.no/index.php?page=vis_nyhet&NyhetID=3104

Jensen ET (2012) More millions for zooplankton research. News UNIS homepage. http://www.unis.no/60_NEWS/6080_Archive_2012/n_12_01_09_marine_biology/million_funding_news_09012012.htm

Søreide JE (2013) Arctic zooplankton can adapt to a changing Arctic climate. News UNIS homepage.

Søreide JE, Daase M, Freese D (2013) Ishavsåta i et varmere hav med mindre sjøis. KLIMA-2-2013. http://www.mare-incognitum.no/files/downloads_cleopatra2/cleopatra2_klima_2013.pdf

Søreide JE, Daase M, Varpe Ø (2013) CLEOPATRA II: Klimaeffekter på Arktiske marine økosystemer. Skjermskog presentasjon NORKLIMA konferanse 30-31 oktober, 2013.

Søreide JE. Special Report: Climate effects on Arctic marine ecosystems. Horizon2020projects, August 2014. http://horizon2020projects.com/special-reports/climate-effects-on-arctic-marine-ecosystems/

Søreide JE. Profile: Ecological balance in a future warming Arctic. Horizon2020projects, August 2014 (http://horizon2020projects.com/sc-bioeconomy-profile/profile-ecological-balance-in-a-future-warmer-arctic/)

Søreide JE. Resilient to climate change? Science and Technology, Pan European Networks, September 2014. http://www.paneuropeannetworkspublications.com/ST12/#254

Daase M. Cleopatra II – project summary. A moving slide show.Horizon2020TV, December 2014. http://horizon2020projects.com/presentations/cleopatra-ii-project-summary/

Søreide JE. Arktiske marine økosystemer. Kronikk i Nordlys, januar 2015.

Søreide JE. Vinnere og tapere i Arktiske marine økosystemer. Framsenterets kronikkserie.  http://www.framsenteret.no/vinnere-og-tapere-i-arktiske-marine-oekosystemer.5677290-146437.html#.VbnNbnkw8lZ

Søreide JE. Special Report: It’s all about timing. Horizon2020projects, July 2015. http://horizon2020projects.com/special-reports/its-all-about-timing/

Søreide JE. It’s all about timing (in press).http://www.paneuropeannetworkspublications.com/

 

Blogs:

Daily blog during Cleopatra II Rijpfjorden Campaign May 2013 

http://www.mare-incognitum.no/Rijpfjorden2013/

 

Zooplankton prøver og zooplankton babyer. Blog contribution by Maja Hatlebakk, N-ICE expedition 2015.

http://www.npolar.no/no/ekspedisjoner-felt/n-ice2015/blogg/2015-03-15-zooplankton.html

 

Video:

Cleopatra II field campaign 2013: https://vimeo.com/85154275

Cleopatra II project presentation: https://vimeo.com/113304224

UNIS AB330 Ecosystems in ice covered waters, Svalbard, Spring 2014: combining course activities with CLEOPATRA II field work. http://mare-incognitum.no/index.php/52-cleopatra-ii-and-unis-students-in-the-field

 

Other outreach activities:

 

CLEOPATRA II-motivated science session at Arctic Frontiers Conference with title “Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems” led by project leader Søreide, Tromsø. January 2015. http://www.arcticfrontiers.com/2015-conference/

 

School activities

Søreide JE. Arctic marine life. Presentation for school childrenabout the beautiful and exiting small life forms in the high-Arctic. Eielson School, Alaska November 2014. (~150 children)

Søreide JE. Marine exhibition made off material collected during a 14 days research cruise in Svalbard waters. Exhibition made for children (Longyearbyen kindergarden), September 2014.

Søreide JE, Daase M. Research based education there CLEOPATRA II field activities and results were extensively used during the UNIS student courses AB-201 Arctic Marine Biology (10 ECTS) and AB-330/AB-830 Ecosystems in ice-covered waters (10 ECTS). See http://www.mare-incognitum.no/index.php/52-cleopatra-ii-and-unis-students-in-the-field

 

Project leader and responsible for the content of the Cleopatra II page: Janne Søreide

 
 

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