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					Winners of the MARS travel award for young scientists
Year       Name                          Sending institute




2001       Maria Salomidi                University of the Aegean, Greece

           Lara Arroyo Hailuoto          Universidad Complutense de Madrid,
                                         Spain

2002       Piotr Kuklinski               Institute of Oceanology, Sopot, Poland

2003       Rogério Ribeiro Ferraz        University of the Azores, Portugal

           Oksana Anikyeyeva             Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas,
                                         Sevastopol, Ukraine
           Katharina Reichert            Biological Institute at Helgoland, AWI,
                                         Germany
           Katerina Sevastou             Institute of Marine Biology of Crete,
                                         Greece
2004       Ylenia Carotenuto             Statione Zoologica, Naples, Italy

           Agata Weydmann                Institute of Oceanology, Sopot, Poland

2005       Jasmin Annica Godbold         Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen, UK

           Katya Ivanova                 Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas,
                                         Sevastopol, Ukraine
           Thanos Dailianis              Hellenic Centre for Marine Research,
                                         Crete, Greece

           Mikhail O. Son                Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas,
                                         Sevastopol, Ukraine
2006/2007 Mateja Grego                   Marine Biology Station, Piran, Slovenia

           Nika Staglicic                Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries,
                                         Split, Croatia
           Nova Mieszkowska              Marine Biological Association, Plymouth,
                                         UK
2008/2009 Daria Ezgeta                   Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries,
                                         Split, Croatia
           Ana Marta Gonçalves           Institute of Marine Research, Coimbra,
                                         Portugal

MARS - Otto Kinne – Lecture Award
Year       At the occasion of            Name




2006       EMBS 41, Cork, Ireland        Monika Kedra


2007       EMBS 42, Kiel, Germany        Rachel Hermand
MARS-poster award at the EMBS
2005     EMBS 40, Vienna, Austria    Judith Fuchs

                                     Anke Oertel

2006       EMBS 41, Cork, Ireland    Karin Troost
                                     Lucy Woodall
2007       EMBS 42, Kiel, Germany    Pia Norling

                                     Bettina Riedel
2008       EMBS 43, Porto Delgade,   Christiaan Hummel
           Azores, Portugal
                                     Marina Kuzmanic

                                     Merli Pärnoja


2009       EMBS 44, Liverpool, UK    Chris Cesar

                                     Anna Villnäs

2010       EMBS 45, Edinburgh, UK    Kerstin Maczassek

                                     Yasmin Appelhans

                                     Morgana Tagliarolo


MARS medal of honour
2003     Conference of Directors     Otto-Kinne

2006       Conference of Directors   Pierre Lasserre
Receiving institute                        Title of research topic




SME / COM-CNRS, Marseille, France          Methods and techniques of hard bottom benthos study for ecological
                                           quality evaluation
AAU, Aland, Finland                        Effect of drifting algal mats on meiobenthic communities in the
                                           Northern Baltic Sea. Implications on Harpacticoid copepod diversity
                                           and dispersal
Centre d'Oceanologie de Marseille,         Bryozoan taxonomy and ecology
France
Marine Biological Association, Plymouth, Management of limpets in the Azores
UK
SOC, Southampton, UK                     Soft-shelled foraminifera in the Black Sea, with an emphasis on
                                         Allogromiina
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Senckenberg, Wilhelmshaven, Germany Meiofaunal biodiversity in the oligotrophic environment of the
                                    Mediterranean Sea
University of Bergen, Norway               Novel molecular methods to quantify selective in-situ feeding by
                                           common marine copepods
Centre d'Oceanologie de Marseille,         Does genetic diversity of Arctic fauna depend on the life strategy
France
Göteborg University, Kristineberg Marine   Species diversity effects on ecosystem function: niche differentiation
Research Station, Sweden                   through resource partitioning
School of Ocean Sciences                   Diversity of Meiofauna of Cold Seeps in Shallow Waters of the Black
University of Wales, UK                    and Irish Seas
Centre d'Oceanologie de Marseille,         Implementation of the study on Mediterranean commercial sponges at
France                                     a pan-European level: stress markers expression, reproduction and
                                           population studies
Estonian Marine Institute                  Corridor of molluscs invasion “Black Sea – Baltic Sea"

Ghent University, Belgium                  Impact of fish culture on meiofauna in the Bay of Piran – a structural
                                           and functional approach
University of Lecce, Italy                 The use of non-destructive techniques for assessing the effectiveness
                                           of marine protected areas
Station Biologique de Roscoff, France      Archival, resurvey and analysis of long-term data sets to detect climate-
                                           driven biogeographic shifts
University College, Cork, Ireland          Determination of bivalve diet using stomach contents analysis

Ghent University, Belgium                  The dynamics and structure of zooplankton communities in the
                                           Mondego estuary (Portugal): a functional approach


Institute of winner                        Title of research topic




Institute of Oceanology, Sopot, Poland     Global warming-driven biodiversity change: pelagic versus benthic
                                           domain - taxonomic distinctness approach. Arctic (79° N) case study

COM-CNRS, Marseille, France                Differences in response of a Mediterranean benthic community
                                           submitted to natural and anthropic high sedimentation
University of Vienna, Austria                Neuronal and muscular systems in two Loxosomatidae (Entoprocta)

University of Salzburg, Austria              The fauna of Grotta del Bel Torrente, Golfo di Orosei, Sardegna, Italy

IMARES, Yerseke, Netherlands              Are bivalve larvae able to escape bivalve feeding currents?
University of London, UK                  Seahorse population subdivision across Europe
Stockholm University, Sweden              Mytilus and red-algae interactions with implications for diversity of
                                          associated macrofauna in the Baltic Sea
University of Vienna, Austria             Dead zone: a future coastal scenario for climate change
Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea        Size dependent predation of the common sea star (Asterias rubens) on
research, Netherlands                     the blue edible mussel (Mytilus edulis)
Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Age and growth of Callista chione L.in the eastern Adriatic Sea
Split, Croatia
Estonian Marine Institute, Tartu, Estonia Interactive effects of elevated nutrients and mesoherbivore grazing on
                                          photosynthesis-irradiance relationships of macroalgal communities

School of Biological Sciences, University    Evaluation of biological traits analysis for the examination of ecosystem
of Liverpool, UK                             functioning
Finnish Environment Institute, Marine        Dead or only almost dead: The importance of increasing stress for
Research Center, Finland                     benthic ecosystem functioning
Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences (IfM-   Germination of bladderwrack Fucus vesiculosus under temperature
Geomar), Kiel, Germany                       and salinity stress
Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences (IfM-   Young and sour. Seawater acidification influences feeding and growth
GEOMAR), Kiel, Germany                       of juvenile sea stars
LEMAR-UMR 6539, Plouzané, France             Aerial and underwater CO2 metabolism in intertidal mollusks –
                                             Preliminary data


Inter-Research Science Center,
Oldendorf/Luhe, Germany
Pierre & Marie Curie University, Paris,
France
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