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Lins Pereira, Lidia

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    Ghent University; Faculty of Sciences; Biology Department; Marine Biology Section (MARBIOL), more
    Function: PhD Student

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Lidia Lins Pereira

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    WoRMS Editorial Board (WoRMS editors), more

Lidia Lins is a PhD student working on benthic-pelagic coupling in the deep sea using nematodes as model organisms. With the focus on ecology dynamics, she investigates how abiotic factors could influence the benthic environment. Through the use of fatty acids, and morphological and molecular techniques from various regions, she tries to understand how diversity on a multispatial scale is influenced by biotic and abiotic characteristics.

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  • Understanding causes and consequences of increased levels of biodiversity. A case study based on nematodes from different bathyal habitats under contrasting productivity regimes

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    ( 7 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Peer reviewed article Brandt, A; Vanreusel, A.; Bracher, A; Hoppe, M; Lins, L.; Meyer-Lobbecke, A; Soppa, A; Wurzberg, L (2014). Are boundary conditions in surface productivity at the Southern Polar Front reflected in benthic activity? Deep-Sea Res., Part II, Top. Stud. Oceanogr. 108: 51-59.
  • Peer reviewed article Lins, L.; Vanreusel, A.; Van Campenhout, J.; Ingels, J. (2013). Selective settlement of deep-sea canyon nematodes after resuspension - an experimental approach. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 441: 110-116., more
  • Peer reviewed article Lins, L.; Guilini, K.; Veit-Köhler, G.; Hauquier, F.; Alves, R.M.S.; Esteves, A.M.; Vanreusel, A. (2014). The link between meiofauna and surface productivity in the Southern Ocean. Deep-Sea Res., Part II, Top. Stud. Oceanogr. 108: 60-68.
  • Lins, L.; Guilini, K.; Hauquier, F.; André Esteves, M.; Vanreusel, A. (2014). Insights on the link between surface productivity and benthic communities in the deep sea, in: Mees, J. et al. (Ed.) Book of abstracts – VLIZ Young Scientists’ Day. Brugge, Belgium, 7 March 2014. VLIZ Special Publication, 67: pp. 79
  • Peer reviewed article Lins, L.; da Silva, C; Hauquier, F.; Esteves, M; Vanreusel, A. (2015). Nematode community composition and feeding shaped by contrasting productivity regimes in the Southern Ocean. Prog. Oceanogr. 134: 356-369.
  • Peer reviewed article Lins, L.; Leliaert, F.; Riehl, T.; Ramalho, S.P.; Córdova, E.A.; Esteves, A.M.; Vanreusel, A. (2017). Evaluating environmental drivers of spatial variability in free-living nematode assemblages along the Portuguese margin. Biogeosciences 14(3): 651-669.
  • Lins, L.; Vanreusel, A. (2015). How strong is the link between CO2 carbon flux and benthic communities in the Southern Ocean?, in: Mees, J. et al. (Ed.) Book of abstracts – VLIZ Young Scientists’ Day. Brugge, Belgium, 20 February 2015. VLIZ Special Publication, 71: pp. 85
  • Peer reviewed article Quang, N.X.; Yen, N.T.M.; Thai, T.T.; Chau, N.N.; Hiep, N.D.; Smol, N.; Lins, L.; Vanreusel, A. (2017). Nematode morphometry and biomass in the Saigon River harbours in relation to antifouling contaminants. Nematology (Leiden) 19(6): 723-738.
  • Ramalho, S.P.; Lins, L.; Lampadariou, N.; Vanreusel, A.; Cunha, M.R. (2016). Deep-sea megafaunal response to physical disturbance along the SW Portuguese continental slope, in: Brownlie, K. et al. (Ed.) Second Mares Conference: Marine Ecosystems Health and Conservation, February 1st - 5th 2016, Olhão, Portugal: Abstract book. pp. 73
  • Peer reviewed article Stratmann, T.; Lins, L.; Purser, A.; Marcon, Y.; Rodrigues, C.F.; Ravara, A.; Cunha, M.R.; Simon-Lledó, E.; Jones, D.O.B.; Sweetman, A.K.; Köser, K.; Van Oevelen, D. (2018). Abyssal plain faunal carbon flows remain depressed 26 years after a simulated deep-sea mining disturbance. Biogeosciences 15(13): 4131-4145.

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