2005 Publications and Reports

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Acosta A., Casas M., Vargas y Juan C.A., Camacho J.E. 2005. Lista de Zoantharia (Cnidaria: Anthozoa) del Caribe y de Colombia. Biota Colombiana. 6 (2): pp. 147-162.

Anon. 2005. Andeep III within the framework of CeDAMar. Deep-Sea Newsletter. 34, 21 pp.

Armstrong P., Cheniece A., Chakara M. 2005. Migratory bottlenose dolphin movements and numbers along the Mid-Atlantic coast and their correlation with remotely sensed chlorophyll-a and sea surface temperatures.

Chavan V., Achuthankutty C.T., Vanden Berghe E., Wafar M. 2005. IndOBIS, an Ocean Biogeographic Information System for assessment and conservation of Indian Ocean biodiversity. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences. 34 (1): pp. 120-127.

Costello, M. J. and Emblow C. 2005. A classification of inshore marine biotopes. In: Wilson J. G. (ed.), The intertidal ecosystem: the value of Ireland's shores. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 25-35.

Costello, M.J, J. Frederick Grassle, Yunqing Zhang, Karen Stocks, Edward Vanden Berghe . 2005. Where is what and what is where? Online mapping of marine species. MarBEF Newsletter. Spring 2005, pp 20-22. download pdf

Coyne M.S., Godley B.J. 2005. Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tool (STAT): an integrated system for archiving, analyzing and mapping animal tracking data. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 301: pp. 1-7.

An Implementation Strategy for the Coastal Module of the Global Ocean Observing System. GOOS Report No. 148; IOC Information Documents Series N�1217; UNESCO 2005.

Fautin, D.G., Fippinger, P. 2005. Organism occurrences in an ocean observing system. Oceans. �Proceedings of MTS/IEEE. 3: pp. 2532-2536.

Martin J.W., Haney T.A.. 2005. Decapod crustaceans from hydrothermal vents and cold seeps: a review through 2005. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 145: pp. 445-522.

McIntyre A.D. 2005. Big science in the seas. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 50: pp. 791-792.

McNyset K.M. 2005. Use of ecological niche modeling to predict distributions of freshwater fish species in Kansas. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 14: pp. 243-255.

Millard K., Atkinson R., Woolf A., Lowry R., Haaring P., Hernandez F., Hamre T., Pillich D., Bothien H., Vanden Berghe W., Johnson I., Matthews B., Dahlin H., Flemming N., Vladymyrov V., Meckenzie B., Edwards A., van der Hoeven W., Harphen Q., Ross G. 2005. Using XML technology for marine data exchange. A position paper of the Marine XML Initiative. 12pp.

O'Boyle R., Kostylev V., Breeze H., Hall T., Herbert G., Worcester T., Ricard D., Sinclair M. 2005. Developing an ecosystem-based management framework for benthic communities: A case study of the Scotian shelf. ICES CM. BB:18.

O'Dor R., Gallardo V.A. 2005. How to census marine life: ocean realm field projects. Scientia Marina. 69 (Suppl. 1): pp. 181-199.

Sanchirico J.N. 2005. A social scientist�s perspective on the Census of Marine Life. Marine Policy. 29: pp. 507-520.

Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (2005). Success stories in implementation of the programmes of work on dry and sub-humid lands and the global taxonomy initiative. Anstracts of Poster Presentations at the 11th Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Montreal, Technical Series no. 21, 189 pages.

Weihe E. 2005 Auswirkung von Hypoxie auf die Islandmuschel Arctica islandica: Untersuchungen zum zellulären Redoxpotential und Vorarbeiten für die Messung Hypoxie-induzierter Genexpression. pp. 73.

Wilson S.P., Costello M.J. 2005. Predicting future discoveries of European marine species by using a non-homogeneous renewal process. Applied Statistics. 54 (5): pp. 897-918.

Yarincik K., O'Dor R. 2005. The Census of Marine Life: goals, scope and strategy. Scientia Marina. 69 (Suppl. 1): pp. 201-208.

Zeller D., Froese R., Pauly D. 2005. On losing and recovering fisheries and marine science data. Marine Policy. 29: pp. 69-73.

2005 OBIS Annual Report

OBIS is a project of:
IOC-UNESCO
IODE Sponsored by:
Martin International and Les Grands Explorateurs
With in-kind support from:
Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab, Duke University
Universidad Simón Bolívar Flanders Marine Institute

OBIS strives to document the ocean's diversity, distribution and abundance of life. Created by the Census of Marine Life, OBIS is now part of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, under its International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE) programme.