Marine Biogeography: Advances and the way forward

Marine Biogeography: Advances and the way forward

Mixed pre-recorded 5-minute presentations about major achievements in marine biogeography using natural museum collections, DNA metabarcoding and digitized biodiversity dataSystem (OBIS).

Organizer: Hanieh Saeedi

Presenters:

  • Hanieh Saeedi (Senckenberg Research Institute, Germany): Marine Biogeography Advances and the way forward (Introduction)

  • Angelika Brandt (Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum, Germany): Marine Biogeography Advances and the Way Forward in the NW Pacific

  • Hanieh Saeedi: Biogeographic Atlas Of the Deep NW Pacific Fauna

  • Vanessa Arranz (Massey University, NZ): DNA metabarcoding

  • James Reimer (University of the Ryukus, Japan): Recent discoveries of new taxa of colonial anemones from museum collections

  • Berta Ramiro Sanchez (University of Edinburgh, UK): Biogeographic patterns and drivers in the deep North Atlantic

  • Maurício Shimabukuro (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark): Contributions from South Atlantic to the knowledge of deep-sea whale-fall fauna distribution

  • Davide di Franco (Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum, Germany): Influence of ice coverage on benthic peracarid crustaceans from the Antlantic sector of the Southern Ocean and Weddell Sea

  • Tri Arfianti (University of Auckland, NZ): Global biogeography of marine amphipod crustaceans: latitude, regionalisation, and beta diversity

  • Chhaya Cauhdhary (University of Hong Kong, HKU): Global warming is causing a dip in marine species richness at the equator

September 17 @ 12:00
12:00 — 13:00 (1h)

Europe, Germany

Hanieh Saeedi