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  1. Coverage of MDPI Diversity article Ingels, J. O. G., Valdes, Y., Pontes, L., Silva, A., Neres, P., Correa, G., Silver-Gorges, I., Fuentes, M., Gillis, A., Hooper, L., Ware, M., O'Reilly, C., Bergman, Q., Danyuk, J., Sanchez Zarate, S., Acevedo Natale, L., & dos Santos, G. (2020). Meiofauna Life on Loggerhead Sea Turtles-Diversely Structured Abundance and Biodiversity Hotspots That Challenge the Meiofauna Paradox. Diversity MDPI, 12(5), 20
  2. Soto, E., Quiroga, E., Ingels, J. O. G., Seid, C., Horacek, J., Romero, J., Catalan, N., Dhugal, L., & Rouse, G. (presented 2020, May). Avances en el conocimiento de ecosistemas bentónicos sedimentarios profundos asociados a montes submarinos y la fosa de Atacama en el Pacífico sudeste. Presentation at XL Marine Sciences Conference, Sociedad Chilena de Ciencas del Mar, Punta Arenas, Chile. (National). cancelled COVID19
  3. ICES, Robson, L., Albrecht, O. A., Beazly, L., Braga-Henriques, A., Cardenas, P., Carreiro-Silva, M., Colaco, A., Fomin, K., Golding, N., Howell, K., Ingels, J., Kazanidis, G., Kenchington, E., Manushyn, I., Menot, L., Metaxas, A., Mortensen, P., Olafsdottir, S., et al. (2020). Report of the ICES/NAFO Joint Working Group on Deep-water Ecology (WGDEC). ICES Scientific Reports. 2:62. 171 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.6095 (ICES Scientific Reports. 2:62). International Council for the Exploration of the Sea.
  4. Horacek, H., & Ingels, J. O. G. (presented 2020, February). Community Composition of Deep Sea Meiofauna in the Atacama Trench and Pacific Seamounts. Poster presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, AGU/ASLO, San Diego, USA. (International) Retrieved from https://agu.confex.com/agu/osm20/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/651024
  5. Zeppilli, D., & Ingels, J. O. G. (presented 2020, February). Extreme marine nematodes towards the comprehension of origin and evolution of life in our changing Planet. Poster presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, AGU/ASLO, San Diego, USA. (International) Retrieved from https://agu.confex.com/agu/osm20/prelim.cgi/Paper/645839
  6. Dos Santos, G., Vazquez, Y., Pontes, L., Silver-Gorges, I., Silva, A., Bergman, Q., Fuentes, M., Zarate, S., & Ingels, J. O. G. (presented 2020, February). Meiofauna life on loggerhead and hawksbill sea turtles. Presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, AGU/ASLO, San Diego, USA. (International) Retrieved from https://agu.confex.com/agu/osm20/prelim.cgi/Paper/650822
  7. Ingels, J. O. G., & Zeppilli, D. (presented 2020, February). Why can nematode-prokaryotic symbioses be associated with deep-sea hotspots? Poster presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, AGU/ASLO, San Diego, USA. (International) Retrieved from https://agu.confex.com/agu/osm20/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/646532
  8. Ingels J (2020, January). Connecting Meiobenthologists around the world. IAM SLACK Workspace. Psammonalia, The Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, 171, 16. Retrieved from http://www.meiofauna.org/psamieall/p171.pdf
  9. Ingels J (2020, January). Connecting Meiobenthologists around the world. IAM: How we can connect with the meiofauna community. Psammonalia, The Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, 171, 16. Retrieved from http://www.meiofauna.org/psamieall/p171.pdf
  10. Ingels J, Soto, E., Quiroga, E., Seig, C., Horacek, J., Catalan, N., Romero, J., & Lindsay, D. (2020, January). Expeditions: Deep-sea soft-bottom benthic communities: exploring biogeography and genetic connectivity of SE Pacific Seamounts. Psammonalia, The Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, 171, 13. Retrieved from http://www.meiofauna.org/psamieall/p171.pdf
  11. Soto, E., Quiroga, E., Ingels, J., Seid, C., Horacek, J., Catalan, N., Romero, J., & Lindsay, D. (2020, January). First results of the Project "Deep-sea soft-bottom benthic communities: Exploring biogeography and genetic connectivity of southeast Pacific Seamounts". Deep-Sea Life (INDEEP, DOSI, DSBS collaborative publication), 14, 21-23. Retrieved from https://dsbsoc.org/deep-sea-resources/
  12. Ingels J (2020, January). New IAM Executive Committee Officers. Psammonalia, The Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, 171, 3-4. Retrieved from http://www.meiofauna.org/psamieall/p171.pdf
  13. Ingels J (2020, January). Remembering: Howard Platt (obituary). Psammonalia, The Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, 171, 21. Retrieved from http://www.meiofauna.org/psamieall/p171.pdf
  14. Ingels J, Brooke, S., & Baco-Taylor, A. (2020, January). The Hydrodynamics and Habitat Suitability for Meiofauna And Corals (HydroSMAC) Mission. Psammonalia, The Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, 171, 14-15. Retrieved from http://www.meiofauna.org/psamieall/p171.pdf
  15. Ingels, J. O. G. (2020, January). Upcoming Conference and Seminars - Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020. Psammonalia, The Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, 171, 5. Retrieved from http://www.meiofauna.org/psamieall/p171.pdf
  16. Ingels J (presented December 2019) Deep and shallow water exploration, impacts and searching for associations. Presentation delivered to the Deep-Sea Ecosystem Studies Unit (EEP) and the Deep-Sea Environment Lab (LEP) at IFREMER, Brest, France
  17. Ingels J (presented July 2019). Not just scratching the surface - Adding deep-sea meiofauna to the bigger picture. Keynote presentation given at Seventeenth International Meiofauna Conference, International Association of Meiobenthologists, Evora, Portugal. (International) http://www.seventimco.uevora.pt/book.pdf
  18. Dos Santos, G., Pontes, L., Silva, A., Gorges, I., Bergman, Q., Vazquez, Y., Fuentes, M., Zarate, S., Ingels, J. (presented July 2019). Meiofauna life on loggerhead and hawksbill sea turtles. Presentation at the Seventeenth International Meiofauna Conference, Evora, Portugal (International) Retrieved from http://www.seventimco.uevora.pt/book.pdf
  19. Landers, S.C., Bassham, R., Miller, J.M., Ingels, J., Sanchez, N., Sorensen, M. (presented July 2019) Kinorhynch diversity on the Alabama coast. Presentation at the Seventeenth International Meiofauna Conference, Evora, Portugal (International) Retrieved from http://www.seventimco.uevora.pt/book.pdf
  20. Findlay, A. Sinking to the deep. Nature Climate Change 9, 728 (2019) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41558-019-0594-6 coverage of published article in Ecological Monographs, Queiros et al. 2019.
  21. Ingels J, Brooke S, Baco-Taylor A, Morey SL (2018) Exploration of the deep Eastern Gulf of Mexico. Deep-Sea Life 12, 13-14.
  22. Neira C, Ingels J, Mendoza G, Hernandez-Lopez E, Levon LA (2018) Distribution of Meiofauna in Bathyal Sediments Influenced by the Oxygen Minimum Zone off Costa Rica. Deep-Sea Life 12, p50.
  23. Soto E, Quironga E (2018) Deep-Sea soft-bottom benthic communities: Exploring biogeography and genetic connectivity of southeast Pacific Seamounts (collaborative project). Deep-Sea Life 12, p10.
  24. J Ingels, Allcock L, Bourque JR, Demopoulos AWJ, Kiriakoulakis K, Martin D, Robertson CM, Roman S, Rueggeberg A, Vanreusel A, Wolff G (2018) The curious tale of Astomonema in the deep sea – a chemosynthetic worm feeling at home in high-deposition heterotrophic sediments. Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Monterey, September 2018. http://dsbs2018.org/abstracts/
  25. Ingels J, Stark J, Hua E, Johnstone G (2018) Antarctic Free Ocean CO2 Enrichment Experiment: Meiobenthic community responses to ocean acidification under the ice. Marine Ecosystem Assessment for the Southern Ocean conference, Hobart, Australia, April 2018.
  26. Ingels J, Aronson R, Smith C, et al. (2018) Antarctic Ecosystem Research Following Ice Shelf Collapse and Iceberg Calving Events. Marine Ecosystem Assessment for the Southern Ocean conference, Hobart, Australia, April 2018.
  27. Ingels J (2018) Meiofauna Matters – the What, Why and How of Tiny Creatures That Live Everywhere on Our Ocean Floor. FSU CML, lecture series, 16 August 2018.
  28. Ingels J (2018) Meiofauna: the millions of critters underneath your beach feet and what are they doing there? FSU Osher Life Long Learning institute - presentation about meiofauna research at the FSUCML, 19 May 2018.
  29. Ingels J (2018) Importance of meiofauna research for healthy oceans. Presentation for USA congressional representatives at the FSU CML, 5 April 2018.
  30. ICES, J. Albrecht, O. A. Bergstad, T. Blasdale, P. Buhl-Mortensen, K. Fomin, N. Golding, L.-A. Henry, Ingels and E. Kenchington (2018). Report of the ICES/NAFO joint working group on deep-water ecology (WGDEC), 5-9 March 2018, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:26. 126 pp.
  31. Ingels J (2018) Submarine canyon and channel systems – answering questions of scale and disturbance effects on structure and function of infaunal communities. Ocean Sciences Meeting, 11-16 February, Portland, Oregon, USA (book of abstracts, EP53A-08). https://agu.confex.com/agu/os18/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/311869
  32. Neira C, Ingels J, Puritty C, Mendoza G, Hernandez E, Levin LA (2018) Meiofaunal community structure within and beneath the oxygen minimum zone at the Costa Rica Continental Margin. Ocean Sciences Meeting, 11-16 February, Portland, Oregon, USA (presenting author; book of abstracts, ME24A-0925). https://agu.confex.com/agu/os18/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/311986
  33. Antarctic Ecosystem Workshop organized by J. Ingels at FSU CML covered by Nature (Sep 26 2017) http://www.nature.com/news/giant-iceberg-s-split-exposes-hidden-ecosystem-1.22670?WT.mc_id=FBK_NatureNews&sf116824636=1
  34. Haughney K, Scientists investigate how oil affects the smallest organisms in Antarctic waters (Sep 20, 2017) and covered on other news websites https://news.fsu.edu/news/science-technology/2017/09/20/scientists-investigate-oil-affects-smallest-organisms-antarctic-waters/ & https://phys.org/news/2017-09-scientists-oil-affects-smallest-antarctic.html
  35. Fuel spills cause long-term impact in Antarctic sediments; article on Australian Antarctic Division website (27 September 2017) http://www.antarctica.gov.au/news/2017/fuel-spills-cause-long-term-impact-in-antarctic-sediments
  36. Oil and fuel spills impact Antarctica (by Alec Luttrell) newspaper article in The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia; 4 October 2017.
  37. Haughney K, Miniature organisms in the sand play big role in our oceans. Florida State University News (Feb 28, 2017): http://news.fsu.edu/news/science-technology/2017/02/28/miniature-organisms-sand-play-big-role-oceans/ and covered on sciencenewsline.com, sciencedaily.com, coastalcare.org.
  38. Appeltans W, Provoost P, Reed G, Vandepitte L, Baker M, Higgs N, O'Hara T Althaus F, Amon D, Bilan M, Blazewicz M, Borremans C, Bourque J, Brager S, Chapman A, Cobley A, Cunha M, Dahlgren T, Davies A, De Leo F, Dornback M, Horton T, Ingels J, Martini S, Mcveigh D, Olson C, Polanco A, Ramos A, Rastoin E, Ravara A, Riehl T, Roterman C, Sidi MMM (2016). The revival of the deep sea in OBIS. Deep-Sea Life, (8), 24-26. http://indeep-project.org/indeep/sites/indeep/files/documents/DSL8_Nov_2016_updated.pdf
  39. Ingels et al. “The curious tale of Astomonema in the deep sea – a chemosynthetic worm feeling at home in submarine canyons” 14th DSBS, Aveiro, 30 Aug – 4 Sept 2015 (Abstract Book)
  40. Amaro et al. (J Ingels) “The Whittard Canyon – a key study example on canyon processes” 14th DSBS, Aveiro, 30 Aug – 4 Sept 2015 (Abstract Book)
  41. Thurber et al. ( Ingels) “The Global Freezer Survey: biogeography of benthic deep-sea microbial communities” 14th DSBS, Aveiro, 30 Aug – 4 Sept 2015 (Abstract Book)
  42. Roman et al. ( Ingels) “Spatial-temporal patterns of meiofaunal density in the Blanes submarine canyon (NW Mediterranean)” 14th DSBS, Aveiro, 30 Aug – 4 Sept 2015 (Abstract Book)
  43. Bourque et al. ( Ingels) “Meiofaunal community structure and function in relation to sediment biogeochemistry and canyon morphology in Baltimore Canyon, USA” 14th DSBS, Aveiro, 30 Aug – 4 Sept 2015 (Abstract Book)
  44. Neira et al. (Ingels J) “Oxygen Minimum Zone Control of Metazoan Meiofaunal Biodiversity and Community Structure along the Eastern Pacific Margin” (Abstract Book)
  45. Sapir et al. (Ingels J) “On methane seeps, worms, and parasitic fungi: microsporidia-infected nematodes reveal another secret of the deep sea” (Abstract Book)
  46. Ingels “What are we doing with meiofauna at PML” Light bites session 30 July 2015
  47. Ingels et al. “Deep-Sea Research at PML” for the SAC MEB break-out session 28 July 2015
  48. ICES (2015). Report of the ICES/NAFO Joint Working Group on Deep-water Ecology (WGDEC), 16-20 February 2015, Horta, Azores, Portugal. ICES CM 2014/ACOM. 27: 113pp.
  49. Bourque JR, Demopoulos AW, Stamler KM, Robertson CM, Mienis F, Duineveld G, Ingels J (2015) Meiofaunal community structure and function in relation to sediment biogeochemistry in Baltimore Canyon, USA. ASLO meeting 2015 (Aquatic Sciences: Global and Regional Perspectives – North meets South), Granada, Spain, 23-27 February 2015. (poster presentation #429 in session 110 on 26/2/2015
  50. Ingels J, Dashfield S, Widdicombe S, Stahl H, Blackford J, Somerfield PJ, Beesly A, McNeill L (2014) Meiobenthic response to CO2 release in shallow-water sediments – implications for benthic diversity and ecosystem functioning and the role of meiobenthos as bioidicators. World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Qingdao, China, 12-16 October 2014. (oral presentation)
  51. Sapir A, Dillman AR, Grupe B, Ingels J, Connon SA, Mundo-Ocampo M, Levin Lam Baldwin JG, Orphan VJ, Sternberg PW (2014) On methane seeps, worms, and microsporidia parasitic fungi-nematodes revealing another secret of the deep sea. World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Qingdao, China, 12-16 October 2014. (poster presentation)
  52. Ingels J (2014) Marine meiofauna in a changing environment – using experiments to understand marine ecosystem function. Invited lecture at Nanjing University China, 9 October 2014
  53. Ingels J, Thurber AR (2014) Before we plunder the deep ocean further we must take stock of what could be lost. Theconversation.com. 31 July 2014 (https://theconversation.com/before-we-plunder-the-deep-ocean-further-we-must-take-stock-of-what-could-be-lost-29916)
  54. ICES (2014). Report of the ICES/NAFO Joint Working Group on Deep-water Ecology (WGDEC), 24–28 February 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark. ICES CM 2014/ACOM. 29: 70pp.
  55. Ingels J, Dashfield S, Widdicombe S, Stahl H, Blackford J, Tait K, Somerfield P, Beesly A, Findlay HS, McNeill L (2014) Meio- and micro-benthic response to CO2 release in coastal sediments: investigating impacts of potential leakage in CCS systems. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 24-28 February 2014.
  56. Ingels J (2013) “IAM on FB, access to411 A3 or 2M2H” or “The International Association of Meiobenthologists on Facebook, access to information anytime, anywhere, anyplace or too much to handle”. Psammonalia, the Newsletter of the International Association of Meiobenthologists, Issue 160, December 2013, p8-10.
  57. Sapir A, Dillman AR, Grupe B, Ingels J, Connon SA, Mundo-Ocampo M, Levin Lam Baldwin JG, Orphan VJ, Sternberg PW (2013) On methane seeps, worms, and microsporidia parasitic fungi-nematodes revealing another secret of the deep sea. Poster Presentation at Plymouth Marine Science and Education Foundation “Making Waves 2013” Conference. Marine Matters Centre Plymouth Marine Laboratory 28 November 2013. Book of abstracts p22.
  58. Ingels J, Dashfield S, Widdicombe S, Stahl H, Blackford J (2013) Meiofauna results from world’s first in-situ sub-seabed CO2 release experiment to assess potential impact of CO2 leakage in CCS systems. Oral presentation at the 15th International Meiofauna Conference, Seoul, South Korea, 22-26 July 2013
  59. Sapir A, Dillman AR, Grupe B, Ingels J, Connon SA, Mundo-Ocampo M, DeModena J, Levin LA, Baldwin JG, Orphan JV, Sternberg PW (2013) On methane seeps, worms, and parasitic fungi: microsporidia-infected nematodes reveal another secret of the deep sea. Poster presentation at the 15th International Meiofauna Conference, Seoul, South Korea, 22-26 July 2013
  60. Ingels J (2013) Presentation for Scientific Advisory Council at PML, “Assessing the role of meiofauna in the benthic ecosystem”, Marine Matters Centre, PML, UK, 16 July 2013
  61. Ingels J (2013) Presentation for Modelling Workshop at PML, “Meiofauna’s place in ERSEM – Developing the meiofauna compartment based on existing knowledge and new data”, Marine Matters Centre, PML, UK, 5 July 2013
  62. Ingels J (2013) PML Seminar on “The importance of meiofauna and nematodes – the microscopic motile fauna in marine sediments”, Marine Matters Centre, PML, UK, 13 May 2013
  63. 2013. Report of the ICES/NAFO Joint Working Group on Deep-water Ecology (WGDEC), 11-15 February 2013, Arendal/Flodevigen, Norway. ICES CM 2013/ACOM:29. 120pp.
  64. Sapir A, Dillman AR, Grupe B, Ingels J, Connon SA, Mundo-Ocampo M, Levin Lam Baldwin JG, Orphan VJ, Sternberg PW (2013) On methane seeps, worms, and microsporidia parasitic fungi-nematodes revealing another secret of the deep sea. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Nematologists - Cleveland Ohio, July 14-17, 2013
  65. Ramalho S, Ingels J, Adão H, Vanreusel A (2013) Temporal and spatial meiofauna patterns in the Nazaré Submarine Canyon, Northeast Atlantic. Simpósio de Ciências Marinhas 2013, Aveiro, 17-18 June 2013.
  66. Vanreusel A, De Groote A, Pape E, Van Campenhout J, Lins L, Guilini K, Ingels J (2012) Free-living nematodes associated with chemosynthetic habitats: a large-scale integrated analysis of distribution and diversity patterns. Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, 3-7 December 2012. Book of Abstracts, 160.
  67. Lins L, Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2012) Distribution and habitat selectivity of deep-sea canyon nematodes. Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, 3-7 December 2012. Book of abstracts, 100.
  68. Ingels J, Lins L, Wolff G, Rüggeberg A, Mels B, Huvenne V, Van Rooij D, Vanreusel A (2012) In and above the seafloor in the Whittard Canyon, Northeast Atlantic – Chemosynthetic meiofaunal dominance and coral fields in a variable submarine landscape. Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, 3-7 December 2012
  69. Ramalho S, Ingels J, Adão H, Vanreusel A (2012) Inter-annual meiofauna patterns in the middle and lower part of the Nazaré Canyon, Northeast Atlantic. Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, 3-7 December 2012
  70. Ingels J et al. (2012) BIANZO II – wat leeft op de bodem van de zee in Antarctica. Science Connection, the Belgian Science Policy magazine, 37:8-12.
  71. 2012. Report of the ICES/NAFO Joint Working Group on Deep-water Ecology (WGDEC), 26–30 March 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark. ICES CM 2012/ACOM:29. 120pp.
  72. Ingels J, Vanreusel A, Raes M, Pasotti F, Guilini K, Hauquier F, Martin P, d’Udekem d’Acoz, Robert H, Havermans C, De Broyer C, De Ridder C, Dubois Ph, Catarino AI, Dauby P, Nyssen F, David B, Pierrat B (2011) Biodiversity of three representative groups of the Antarctic Zoobenthos – Coping with Change: Final Report of the BIANZOII project (Belgian Science Policy, Science for Sustainable Development, Antarctic Research Programme). 141p (http://www.belspo.be/belspo/fedra/proj.asp?l=nl&COD=SD/BA/02B )
  73. Vanreusel A, Ingels J, Guilini K (2011) Meiofauna research in the deep sea: new developments and challenges. Marine biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: an outlook to the future (conference, oral presentation). KNAW, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1-2 December 2011.
  74. Ingels J (2011) The Seeps Synthesis Workshop, Gent 2011 (HERMIONE Workshops). HERMIONE newsletter, Issue 9, Winter 2011, p4-5
  75. Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2011) Meiofauna in canyon and channel systems – on how the local environment shapes nematode communities. World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, 26-30 September 2011, Aberdeen, Scotland. Oral Presentation Abstract, 33/0867
  76. Vanreusel A, Guilini K, Ingels J, Pape E (2011) Nematodes and their food: difficult customers in the deep sea? World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, 26-30 September 2011, Aberdeen, Scotland. Oral Presentation Abstract, 33/1025
  77. Ingels J, Lins L, Vanreusel A (2011) Meiofauna and nematode dispersal selectivity in the Whittard Canyon, NE Atlantic. World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, 26-30 September 2011, Aberdeen, Scotland. Digital Object Abstract, 13/0863
  78. Ingels J (2011) PERMANOVA in Plymouth – HERMIONE training. HERMIONE newsletter, Issue 8, Summer-Autumn 2011, p 10
  79. Hauquier F, Ingels J, Gutt J, Raes M, Vanreusel A (2011) Characterisation of the nematode community of a low-activity cold seep in the recently ice-shelf free Larsen B area, Eastern Antarctic Peninsula. SCAR-EBA workshop 2011, May 31, 2011, Liège, Belgium. Workshop 'Antarctic biodiversity: status and trends'
  80. Van Rooij D, De Mol L, Ingels J, Rüggeberg A, Vanreusel A, Henriet J-P & the R/V Belgica BiSCOSYSTEMS II Preliminary results of the R/V Belgica BiSCOSYSTEMS II campaign: cold-water coral ecosystems in the Guilvinec and Whittard canyons. HERMIONE 2nd annual meeting 2011, Estepona, Malaga, 11-15 April.
  81. Van Lancker V, Van den Branden R, Janssens R, Hendrickx K, De Blauwe JP, Coates D, Ingels J, Van Campenhout J (2010). Cruise report RV Belgica ST1029, 16-19/11/2010. Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Management Unit of the North Sea Mathematical Models, 13p
  82. Hauquier F, Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2010). Characterisation of the nematode community of a low-activity cold seep in the recently ice-free Larsen B area, Eastern Antarctic Peninsula. Seventeenth Benelux Congress of Zoology (BCZ 2010) - 'Classical Biology in Modern Times' October 22-23, 2010, Ghent, Belgium, Book of abstracts p. 68.
  83. Vanreusel A, Raes M, Hauquier F, Ingels J (2010) Response of nematode communities after large-scale ice-shelf collapse. XXXI SCAR 4th Open Science Conference, Witness to the past and guide to the future, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3-6 August 2010. Book of abstracts poster 16.
  84. Van Rooij D, De Mol L, Ingels J, Henriet J-P, Vanreusel A (2010). Cold-water coral ecosystems and anthropogenic impact in two Biscay Canyons. HERMIONE newsletter feature article, Issue 4, 1-2.
  85. Ingels J, Kiriakoulakis K, Wolff G, Billett DSM, Vanreusel A (2010). The impact of deep-sea canyon conditions on meiobenthic structure and function. Fourteenth International Meiofauna Conference, Ghent, Belgium, 11-16 July 2010, Book of abstracts. VLIZ Special Publication, 44. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ): Oostende, p 44.
  86. Ingels J, Tchesunov AV, Vanreusel A (2010). Metazoan meiofauna in the Gollum Channel System and on the edge of the Whittard Canyon, Celtic Margin – How the environment shapes nematode structure and function. Fourteenth International Meiofauna Conference, Ghent, Belgium, 11-16 July 2010, Book of abstracts. VLIZ Special Publication, 44. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ): Oostende, p 131.
  87. Bezerra TN, Pape E, Hauquier F, Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2010). New Genus of the Family Ethmolaimidae (Nematoda: Chromadorida), found at the Gulf of Cadiz and Antarctica. Fourteenth International Meiofauna Conference, Ghent, Belgium, 11-16 July 2010, Book of abstracts. VLIZ Special Publication, 44. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ): Oostende, p 90.
  88. Tchesunov AV, Popova E, Ingels J (2010) Free-living nematode associated with external and internal prokaryote symbionts in the Gollum Channel System and edge of the Whittard Canyon. Fourteenth International Meiofauna Conference, Ghent, Belgium, 11-16 July 2010, Book of abstracts. VLIZ Special Publication, 44. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ): Oostende, p 192.
  89. Van Campenhout J, Bezerra TN, Fonseca G, Steyaert M, Vanaverbeke J, Ingels J, Braeckman U, Merckx B, De Groote A, Pape E, De Meester N, Maria T, Guilini K, Moens T, Vanreusel A, Deprez T, Vincx M (2010) NEMYS: an online nematode identification and taxonomical tool. Fourteenth International Meiofauna Conference, Ghent, Belgium, 11-16 July 2010, Book of abstracts. VLIZ Special Publication, 44. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ): Oostende, p 199.
  90. Gheerardyn H, Bezerra TN, Cnudde C, Deprez T, Derycke S, De Troch M, Ingels J, Merckx B, Moens T, Pape E, Vanaverbeke J, Vanreusel A, Vincx M (Eds) (2010). Fourteenth International Meiofauna Conference, Aula Academica, Ghent, 11-16 July 2010. Book of Abstracts. VLIZ Special Publication, 44. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ): Oostende. xxii, 237 pp.,
  91. Van Rooij D, De Mol L, Ingels J, Versteeg W, Rüggeberg A, Jauniaux T & the shipboard scientific party (2010). Cruise report Belgica 10/17b Belgica BiSCOSYSTEMS II, Leg 2, 19-28 June 2010, Whittard Canyon. Ghent University, Renard Centre for Marine Geology & Marine Biology Department, RCMG internal publication and HERMIONE cruise report, pp 39.
  92. Ingels J, Kiriakoulakis K, Wolff G, Billett DSM, Vanreusel A (2010). The impact of deep-sea canyon conditions on meiobenthic structure and function. Twelfth International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Reykjavik, Iceland, 7-11 June 2010, Book of abstracts p 37.
  93. Ingels J, Tchesunov AV, Popova E, Vanreusel A (2010) Metazoan meiofauna in the Gollum Channel system and on the edge of the Whittard Canyon, Celtic Margin – how the environment shapes nematode structure and function, including notes on two new nematode species associated with ecto- and endosymbiotic prokaryotes. Twelfth International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Reykjavik, Iceland, 7-11 June 2010, Book of abstracts p 128.
  94. Ingels J, Vanreusel A, Martin P, De Ridder C, David B, Guilini K, Pasotti F, Hauquier F, d’Udekem d’Acoz C, Robert H, De Broyer C, Havermans C, Dubois P, Catarino AI, Pierrat B, Saucede S (2010). BIANZO II – Biodiversity of three representative groups of the Antarctic zoobenthos – Coping with change. Belgian International Polar Year Symposium, Royal Academy for Belgian Sciences and Arts, Brussels, Belgium, 26th May 2010. Oral presentation.
  95. Weaver P, Gambi C, Ingels J, Serrão Santos R, Tinch R, van den Hove S (2010). Hotspot Ecosystem Research and Man’s Impact on European Seas: the HERMIONE Project. Deep-sea biodiversity science and governance beyond 2010, HERMIONE Science-Policy Panel meeting, Fondation Universitaire, Brussels, Belgium, 27 April 2010. Oral presentation.
  96. Ingels J, Dell’Anno A (2009) Climate Change - Anthropogenic impact in the deep sea: known effects, measures applied and gaps to be addressed. HERMIONE Workshop, ICM-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain, 20-21 October 2009. In; Ramirez E, et al. 2009 (Eds.) HERMIONE Anthropogenic workshop proceedings and report, pp17.
  97. Van Rooij D, De Mol L, Hernandéz-Molina FJ, Llave E, Réveillaud J, Iglesias J, Le Guilloux E, Ingels J, Ercilla G, Blamart D, Leon R, Greinert J, Huvenne V, Gomez-Ballesteros M, Estrada F, Wisshak M, Pirlet H, Baeye M, Perez L, Quemmerais F, Vanreusel A, Henriet J-P (2009). Impact of the Mediterranean Outflow Water on NE Atlantic sedimentary processes and ecosystems. Third International Conference Geologica Belgica, 14 – 15 September 2009. Book of abstracts p 55.
  98. Ingels J, Billett DSM, Vanreusel A (2009). What’s on a nematode’s menu – results from the Feedex in-situ pulse-chase experiment in the Nazaré Canyon. HERMES Final Annual Meeting, Carvoeiro, Portugal, 2-6 March 2009. Conference programme & abstracts p 78.
  99. Ingels J, Van Gaever S, Raes M, Gheerardyn H, Guilini K, Pape E, Hoste E, Vanreusel A (2009). Meiobenthic biodiversity and functioning in hotspot ecosystems on the margins of European Seas. HERMES Final Annual Meeting, Carvoeiro, Portugal, 2-6 March 2009. Conference programme & abstracts p 32.
  100. Vanreusel A, Vanaverbeke J, Raes M, Bezerra T, Van Gaever S, Ingels J, Merckx B, Gambi C, Danovaro R, Fonseca G, Radziejewska T, Muthumbi A, Lampadariou N, Milyutina M, Milyutin D, Portnova D, Esteves A, Da Silva MC, Venekey V, Veronica G, Netto S, Tchesunov AV, Gad G, Ferrero T, Baban I, Galstova V, Zeppilli D, Pape E, dos Santos G (2008). Large scale patterns in the diversity and community structure of deep-sea nematodes. World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, 11 – 15 November, Valencia, Spain, Programme & abstracts book p 30.
  101. Van Rooij D, Van Landegem K, Skonieczny C, Ingels J, Zaragosi S, Huvenne V, Wheeler A, de Haas H & Henriet J-P. (2008). Neogene sedimentary processes of submarine channels, West of Ireland. American Association of Petroleum Geologists 2008 International Conference and Exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, 26-29 October 2008.
  102. Ingels J, Boorman B, Billett DSM, Vanreusel A (2008). Metazoan meiofauna in the Nazaré Canyon: Observations and experimental evidence. HERMES 3rd Annual Meeting, Carvoeiro, Portugal. 31 March – 4 April 2008, Conference programme and abstracts p 32.
  103. Ingels J, Boorman B, Billet D, Vanreusel A. (2008). Metazoan meiofauna in the Nazaré Canyon (Portugal), observations and an experimental approach. Sixth Marine Biology Section Symposium, Ghent University, Belgium, 22 February 2008, oral presentation.
  104. Ingels J & Vanreusel A (2007). Metazoan Meiofauna in the Nazaré Canyon and adjacent slope. 13th International Meiofauna Conference, Recife, Brazil. July 29 – August 03, 2007. book of abstracts, oral 36.
  105. Ingels J, Van Den Driessche P, De Mesel I, Vanhove S, Billet D, Boorman B & Vanreusel A (2007). Polar deep sea and Portuguese submarine canyons – What’s on a nematode’s menu? 13th International Meiofauna Conference, Recife, Brazil. July 29 – August 03, 2007. Book of abstracts, poster 11.
  106. Steyaert M, Bezerra TNC, Braeckman U, Fonseca G, Hoste E, Ingels J, Merckx B, Raes M, Steenhuyse L, Vanaverbeke J, Van Gaever S, Vincx M, Deprez T (2007). Nemys: an online nematode identification and taxonomical tool. 13th International Meiofauna Conference, Recife, Brazil. July 29 – August 03, 2007. Book of abstracts, oral 16.
  107. Van Rooij D, Ingels J, De Mol L & the HERMES Belgica BIO shipboard party (2007). “A tale of two canyon systems: Gollum & Whittard”. European Geoscience Union: General Assembly 2007, Vienna, Austria, 15-20 April 2007, poster presentation.
  108. Ingels J, Van Den Driessche P, De Mesel I, Vanhove S, Vanreusel A, Boorman B, Billet D. (2007). What’s on a nematode’s menu? An experimental approach for slopes and canyons. HERMES 2nd Annual Meeting, Carvoeiro, Portugal. 24-30 March 2007. Conference programme & abstracts p 97.
  109. Van Rooij D, Ingels J, De Mol L & the HERMES Belgica BIO shipboard party (2007). A tale of two “canyon” systems: Gollum Whittard. HERMES 2nd Annual Meeting, Carvoeiro, Portugal. 24-30 March 2007. Conference programme & abstracts p 22.
  110. Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2007). Metazoan meiofauna in the Nazaré Canyon and adjacent slope. HERMES 2nd Annual Meeting, Carvoeiro, Portugal. 24-30 March 2007. Conference programme & abstracts p 23.
  111. Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2006). Biodiversity of Meiofauna on Margins of European Seas. 11th International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Southampton, UK. 9-14 July, 2006. Book of abstracts p 122.
  112. De Mesel I, Vanhove S, Vermeeren H, Ingels J, Fonseca G & Vanreusel A (2006). Biodiversity of Nematoda at the Southern Ocean. 11th International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Southampton, UK. 9-14 July, 2006. Book of abstracts p 41.
  113. Ingels J, Van Rooij D, Vanreusel A & the shipboard scientific party (2006). Cruise report Belgica 2006/13 HERMES Belgica BIO, 23-29 June 2006, Gollum channels and Whittard Canyon. Ghent University, Marine Biology Department & Renard Centre for Marine Geology internal report and HERMES cruise report, pp 26.
  114. Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2006). Biodiversity of Meiofauna in Margins of European Seas I – Canyons vs. Slopes: a Nematode Comparison. HERMES 1st Annual Meeting, Palma de Majorca, Spain. 18-22 April, 2006. Conference programme & abstracts p73.
  115. Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2006). Biodiversity of Meiofauna in Margins of European Seas II – Canyons vs. Slopes: a Nematode Comparison. Fourth Marine Biology Section Symposium, Ghent University, book of abstracts, Ghent, Belgium. 10 March, 2006.
  116. Rose A, Cornelius N, De Mesel I, Doner S, Gooday AJ, Henche A, Howe JA, Ingels J, Narayanaswamy BE (2006) Introduction to work at sea: Multicorer sampling during ANDEEP III. In Fahrbach, E (ed) The expedition ANTARKTIS-XXII/3 of the research vessel "Polarstern" in 2005, Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung = Reports on polar and marine research, 533, p 85-87.
  117. De Mesel I, Ingels J (2006) Biogeography, diversity and feeding ecology of metazoan meiobenthos in the antarctic deep sea, with emphasis on free-living nematodes. In Fahrbach, E (ed) The expedition ANTARKTIS-XXII/3 of the research vessel "Polarstern" in 2005, Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung = Reports on polar and marine research, 533, 101-102 pp.