Presentations at Conferences

Magnus Hellström, Christian Pansch-Hattich, Henrik Ringbom, Nina Tynkkynen, Anna Törnroos-Remes “The anatomy of complex marine problems: a case study on archipelagic aquaculture”. NESS – Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference: Emergency and transformation, 7-9 June, 2022, at the School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg

 

Christian Pansch “Extreme events & environmental variability: KIB mesocosms“. MARE-Madeira Symposium – Improving inference of multiple-stressors impacts on coastal benthic ecosystems through the lenses of mesocosm facilities, Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal (April 26-28, 2022)

 

Christian Pansch “From Diurnal Variability to Heatwaves and their Impacts on Marine Species and Communities“. FINMARI Researcher Day 2022, Finland (March 23, 2022)

 

Christian Pansch et al. Benchtop to mesocosm approaches – the role of environmental variability and extreme events. Oral Presentation: ASLO 2021 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Session SS75 – Ecosystem-scale questions tackled by a mesocosm approach in aquatic systems (virtual 2021)

 

Christian Pansch et al. Mesocosm approaches addressing the role of environmental variability in a changing climate. Oral Presentation: AQUACOSM: 2nd International Aquatic Mesocosm Research Symposium – From local processes to cross-domain interactions (virtual 2021)

 

Christian Pansch et al. Experimental assessments on the impacts of extreme events on benthic marine predators. Oral Presentation: at the 12th International Temperate Reefs Symposium, Honk Kong 2019

 

Christian Pansch et al. Macrophytes may mitigate ocean acidification effects on associated calcifiers by increasing pH and its fluctuations – from boundary layers to canopy effects. Oral Presentation: at the Ocean Global Change Biology Gordon Research Seminar on „Spatial and Temporal Scales of Biological Response in Ocean Global Change Biology“, Waterville Valley, NH, USA 2018

 

Christian Pansch Experimental approaches towards a better understanding of the impacts from environmental variability in a changing climate. Poster Presentation: at the Ocean Global Change Biology Gordon Research Conference on „Integrative Research Addressing Responses, Refuges and Rescue in Marine Ecosystems“, Waterville Valley, NH, USA 2018

 

Christian Pansch et al. Acclimation or adaptation of a marine invertebrate to salinity gradients acidification? Contribution to session 5 on “Adaptation and Phenotypic Plasticity in Marine Species as a Response to Global Change”. Oral Presentation: at the Marine Evolution 2018 Symposium, Strömstad, Sweden 2018

 

Christian Pansch et al. Heat waves and their significance for Baltic Sea benthic communities – a large scale experimental approach. Oral Presentation: at the 11th International Temperate Reefs Symposium, Pisa, Italy 2016

 

Christian Pansch Multiple stressors … at realistic settings. Oral Presentation: at the „Workshop – Multiple stressors and marine biota“ Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 2016

 

Christian Pansch et al. The neglected role of environmental fluctuations and its implications for ocean acidification research. Oral Presentation: 4th International Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 World, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 2016

 

Christian Pansch et al. Long-term acclimation potential of a marine invertebrate to future ocean acidification. Oral Presentation: 2015 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain 2015

 

Christian Pansch et al. Amphibalanus improvisus facing climate change – multiple stressors, life-stages and populations. Oral presentation: 17th ICMCF Satellite Symposium – 2nd International Symposium “Current Topics on Barnacle Biology”

 

Christian Pansch et al. Lab-based all year round anti-fouling bioassay to screen for pre- and post-settlement biocide activity against barnacles. Poster presentation: session on “New Methods for Evaluation of Antifouling and Biocorrosion” at the 17th International Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling 2014, Singapore

 

Christian Pansch et al. The potential of a marine invertebrate top adapt to future ocean acidification. Oral Presentation: 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2014 (and organizer of the session 100 „Environmental variability and climate change: linking environmental variation and organism responses across scales“ by Christian Pansch et al.)

 

Christian Pansch et al. Barnacles’ response to ocean acidification and other stressors. Oral presentation: Third International Symposium on the Ocean in a High CO2 World in Monterey, California, USA, 2012

 

Christian Pansch et al. Can barnacles adapt to future ocean acidification? Poster: 2012 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 2012

 

Christian Pansch et al. Pre-selection in marginal habitats – various life stages of Amphibalanus improvisus show an overall strong tolerance towards ocean acidification. Oral presentation: 40th Benthic Ecology Meeting in Mobile, Alabama, USA, 2011

 

Christian Pansch & Martin Wahl. Possible preadaptation leads to a strong stress tolerance of the barnacle Amphibalanus improvisus towards ocean acidification. Oral presentation: 45th European Marine Biology Symposium in Edinburgh, UK, 2010

 

Christian Pansch et al. Ocean acidification and warming: consequences for various life stages of the barnacle Amphibalanus improvisus. Poster: 44th European Marine Biology Symposium in Liverpool, UK, 2009

 

Christian Pansch et al. Species-specific defense strategies of vegetative vs. reproductive blades of the kelps Lessonia nigrescens and Macrocystis integrifolia. Poster: 43rd European Marine Biology Symposium in Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal, 2008

 

Others

Mara E Heinrichs, GSI. Hattich, Jonathan N Havenhand, Christian Pansch Long-term acclimation of a sensitive barnacle population towards ocean acidification. Poster: 50th European Marine Biology Symposium on Helgoland, Germany, 2015