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  1. *Ingels, J, Leduc, D., Zeppilli, D., & Vanreusel, A. (accepted). Deep-Sea Meiofauna - a World on its Own or Deeply Connected? In Olav Giere, & Michaela Schratzberger (Eds.), New Horizons in Meiobenthos Research – Profiles, Patterns and Potentials. Elsevier.
  2. *Schratzberger, M., Danovaro, R., Ingels, J, Montagna, P., Rohal, M., Semprucci, F., & Somerfield, P. (accepted). Hidden Players - Meiofauna Mediate Ecosystem Effects of Anthropogenic Disturbances. The Marine Perspective. In Olav Giere, & Michaela Schratzberger (Eds.), New Horizons in Meiobenthos Research – Profiles, Patterns and Potentials. Elsevier.
  3. *Ingels, J, Zeppilli, D., & Giere, O. (accepted). Meiofauna - adapted to life at the limits. In Olav Giere, & Michaela Schratzberger (Eds.), New Horizons in Meiobenthos Research – Profiles, Patterns and Potentials. Elsevier.
  4. *Ingels, J, Hasemann, C., Soltwedel, T., & Vanreusel, A. (accepted). Polar Meiofauna - Antipoles or Parallels. In Olav Giere, & Michaela Schratzberger (Eds.), New Horizons in Meiobenthos Research – Profiles, Patterns and Potentials. Elsevier.
  5. Hoffman KP, Sanchez N, Sorensen MV, Ingels J, Landers SC (2021) Kinorhynch communities of Mobile Bay and the Alabama continental shelf. Cahiers de Biologie Marine 62:371-380.
  6. Ridall A, Ingels J (2021) Suitability of free-living marine nematodes as bioindicators: status and future considerations. Frontiers in Marine Science 8 (863).
  7. Silver-Gorges I, Ingels J, Dos Santos GAP, Valdes Y, Pontes LP, Silva AC, Neres PF, Shantharam A, Perry D, Richterkessing A, Sanchez-Zarate S, Acevedo L, Gillis AJ, Ceriani SA, Fuentes MPB (2021) Epibionts reflect spatial and foraging ecology of Gulf if Mexico Loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9(388).
  8. *Ingels J, Amon D, Bernardino AF, Bhadury P, Bik H, Clark MR, Dahlgren T, Jones DOB, McClainC, Nunnally C, Snelgrove P, Tuhumwire JT, Yasuhara M (2021) Chapter 7M Abyssal Plains, in The Second Global Integrated Marine Assessment: World Ocean Assessment II (United Nations, New York), Vol I, p 453-476.
  9. *Levin LA, Auster P, Clark MR, Hall-Spencer JM, Hopcroft R, Ingels J, Metaxas A, Narayanaswamy BE, Tuhumwire JT, Yasuhara M (2021) Chapter 7J Continental Slopes and submarine canyons, inThe Second Global Integrated Marine Assessment: World Ocean Assessment II (United Nations, New York), Vol I, p 395-420.
  10. Ingels, J., Aronson, R. B., Smith, C. R., Baco, A., Bik, H. M., Blake, J. A., Brandt, A., Cape, M., Demaster, D., Dolan, E., Domack, E., Fire, S., Geisz, H., Gigliotti, M., Griffiths, H., Halanych, K., Havermans, C., Huettmann, F., Ishman, S., & Kranz, S. A. (2021). Antarctic ecosystem responses following ice‐shelf collapse and iceberg calving: Science review and future research. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 12:e682, 1-28.
  11. Ingels, J., Vanreusel, A., Pape, E., Pasotti, F., Macheriotou, L., Martinez Arbizu, P., Sorensen, M. V., Edgcomb, V. P., Sharma, J., Sanchez, N., Homoky, W. B., Woulds, C., Leduc, D., Gooday, A. J., Pawlowski, J., Dolan, J. R., Schratzberger, M., Gollner, S., Schoenle, A., & Arndt, H. (2021). Ecological variables for deep-ocean monitoring must include microbiota and meiofauna for effective conservation. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 5(1), 27-29.
  12. Sandulli, R., Ingels, J., Zeppilli, D., Sweetman, A., Hardy Mincks, S., Mienis, F., & Wei, Chih-Lin. (2021). Extreme benthic communities in the age of global change. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7, 5-7.
  13. Dos Santos, G., Silva, A. C., Esteves, A. M., Ribeiro-Ferreiro, V. P., Neres, P., Valdes, Y., & Ingels, J. (2020). Testing Bathymetric and Regional Patterns in the Southwest Atlantic Deep Sea Using Infaunal Diversity, Structure, and Function. MDPI Diversity, 12(12), 485, 1-25.
  14. Sahraeian, N., Sahafi, H. H., Mosallanejad, H., Ingels, J., & Semprucci, F. (2020). Temporal and spatial variability of free-living nematodes in a beach system characterized by domestic and industrial impacts (Bandar Abbas, Persian Gulf, Iran). Ecological Indicators, 118, 1-13. Retrieved from
  15. Landers, S. C., Bassham, R. D., Miller, J. M., Ingels, J., Sanchez, N., & Sorensen, M. V. (2020). Kinorhynch communities from Alabama coastal waters. Marine Biology Research, 16(6-7), 494-504.
  16. Stark, J., Mohammad, M., McMinn, A., & Ingels, J (2020). Diversity, Abundance, Spatial Variation, and Human Impacts in Marine Meiobenthic Nematode and Copepod Communities at Casey Station, East Antarctica. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7, article 480 , 1-24.
  17. Ingels, J., 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), 203.
  18. Román, S., Lins, L., Ingels, J., Romano, C., Martin, D., & Vanreusel, A. (2019). Role of spatial scales and environmental drivers in shaping nematode communities in the Blanes Canyon and its adjacent slope. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 146, 62-78
  19. Queirós, A. M., N. Stephens, S. Widdicombe, K. Tait, S. J. McCoy, Ingels, S. Rühl, R. Airs, A. Beesley, G. Carnovale, P. Cazenave, S. Dashfield, E. Hua, M. Jones, P. Lindeque, C. L. McNeill, J. Nunes, H. Parry, C. Pascoe, C. Widdicombe, T. Smyth, A. Atkinson, D. Krause-Jensen and P. J. Somerfield (2019). Connected macroalgal-sediment systems: blue carbon and foodwebs in the deep coastal ocean. Ecological Monographs, 89(3), e01366
  20. Landers, S. C., Sørensen, M. V., Sánchez, N., Beaton, K. R., Miller, J. M., & Ingels, J. (2019). Kinorhynch communities on the Louisiana continental shelf. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington132(1), 1-14.
  21. Stark JS, Kirkwood W, Peltzer E, Kline DI, Queirós A, Cox TE, Headley K, Barry J, Gazeau F, Runcie J, Widdicombe S, Milnes M, Roden N, Black J, Whiteside S, Johnstone G, Ingels J, Shaw E, Bodrossy L, Gaitan-Espitia JD, Gattuso JP (2019) Free Ocean CO2 (FOCE) experiments: technical and scientific advice for future in situ ocean acidification projects. Progress in Oceanography, 172, 89-107.
  22. Neira, C.; Ingels, J.; Mendoza, G.; Hernandez-Lopez, E.; Levin, L.A. (2018) Distribution of Meiofauna in Bathyal Sediments Influenced by the Oxygen Minimum Zone off Costa Rica. Frontiers in Marine Science 5(448), 1-17.
  23. Ingels, J.; Aronson, R. B.; Smith C.R. (2018) The scientific response to Antarctic ice-shelf loss. Nature Climate Change 8(10), 848.
  24. Schratzberger M, Ingels J (2018) Meiofauna matters: The roles of meiofauna in benthic ecosystems. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 502, 12-25.
  25. Lampadariou, N., Ingels, M. Schratzberger and D. Thistle (2018). "“Meiofauna research approaching 2020: knowledge gaps and new avenues”, an introduction to the special meiofauna issue resulting from IςIMCo, the 16th International Meiofauna Conference." Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 502: 1-3.
  26. Du Y, Gao S, Liu X, Wang D, Zhang L, Ingels J (2018) Meiofauna community characteristics indicate ecological changes induced by geomorphic evolution: a case study on tidal creek systems. Ecological Indicators 87, 97-106
  27. Zeppilli D, Leduc D, Fontanier C, Fontaneto D, Fuchs S, Gooday AJ, Goineau A, Ingels J, Ivanenko VN, Kristensen RM, Neves RC, Sanchez Santos N, Sandulli R, Sarrazin J, Sørensen MV, Tasiemski A, Vanreusel A, Autret M, Bourdonnay L, Claireaux M, Coquillé V, De Wever L, Rachel D, Marchant J, Toomey L, Fernandes D (2018) Characteristics of meiofauna in extreme marine ecosystems: a review. Marine Biodioversity, 48(1), 35-71.
  28. dos Santos GAP, Corrêa GVV, Oliveira DA, Fonseca-Genevois VG, Valdes Y, Silva AC, Pontes LP, Dolan E, Ingels J (2018) Eretmochelys imbricata shells present a dynamic substrate for a facilitative epibiont relationship between macrofauna richness and nematode diversity, structure and function. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 502, 153-163.
  29. Aldridge JN, Lessin G, Amoudry LO, Hicks N, Hull T, Klar J, Kitidis V, McNeill CL, Ingels J, Parker R, Silburn B, Silva T, Sivyer DB, Smith H, Widdicombe S, Woodward EMS, van der Molen J, Garcia L, Kroeger S (2017) Comparing benthic biogeochemistry at a sandy and a muddy site in the Celtic Sea using a model and observations. Biogeochemistry, 135(1-2): 155-182
  30. Roman S, Vanreusel A, Ingels J, Martin D (2017) Nematode community zonation in response to environmental drivers in the Blanes Canyon (NW Mediterranean). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.
  31. Stark JS, Mohammad M, McMinn A, Ingels J (2017) The effects of hydrocarbons on meiofauna in marine sediments in Antarctica. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 496: 56-73.
  32. Ingels J, dos Santos G, Hicks N, Valdes Vasquez Y, Neres PF, Pontes LP, Amorim MN, Roman S, Du Y, Stahl H, Somerfield PJ, Widdicombe S (2018) Short-term CO2 exposure and temperature rise effects on metazoan meiofauna and free-living nematodes in sandy and muddy sediments: results from a flume experiment, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 502, 211-226.
  33. Thompson, C.E.L., Silburn, B., Sivyer, D., Amoudry, L.O., Widdicombe, S., Ingels, J., Hale, R., Laguionie-Marchais, C., Smith, H.E.K., Klar, J.K., Hiddink, J.G., Kitidis, V., Reynolds, S., Homoky, W.B., Godbold, J.A., Aldridge, J., Mayor, D.J,, Benoist, N.M.A., Bett, B.J., Morris, K.J., Parker, E.R., Ruhl, H.A., Statham, P.J. and Solan, Martin (2017) An approach for the identification of exemplar sites for scaling up targeted field observations of benthic biogeochemistry in heterogeneous environments Biogeochemistry, 135(1-2), 1-34.
  34. Sweetman AK, Thurber AR, Smith CR, Levin LA, Mora C, Wei C-L, Gooday AJ, Jones DO, Rex M, Yasuhara M, Ingels J, Ruhl HA, Frieder CA, Danovaro R, Würzberg L, Baco A, Grupe BM, Pasulka A, Meyer KS, Dunlop KM, Henry L-A, Roberts JM (2017) Major impacts of climate change on deep-sea benthic ecosystems. Elem Sci Anth 5(4),
  35. Sarmento VC, Santos PJP, Hale R, Ingels J, Widdicombe S (2016) Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on an intertidal harpacticoid copepod community. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 74(4):1159-1169.
  36. Román S, Vanreusel A, Romano C, Ingels J, Puig P, Company JB, Martin D (2016) High spatiotemporal variability in meiofaunal assemblages in Blanes Canyon (NW Mediterranean) subject to anthropogenic and natural disturbances. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 117, 70-83.
  37. Amaro T, Huvenne VAI, Allcock AL, Aslam T, Davies JS, Danovaro R, De Stigter HC, Duineveld GCA, Gambi C, Gooday AJ, Gunton LM, Hall R, Howell KL, Ingels J, Kiriakoulakis K, Kershaw CE, Lavaleye MSS, Robert K, Stewart H, Van Rooij D, White M, Wilson AM (2016) The Whittard Canyon – a case study of submarine canyon processes. Progress in Oceanography, 146, 38-57.
  38. *Ingels J, MR Clark, M Vecchione, JAA Perez, LA Levin, IG Priede, T Sutton, AA Rowden, CR Smith, M Yasuhara, AK Sweetman, T Soltwedel, R Santos, BE Narayanaswamy, HA Ruhl, K Fujikura, L Amaral Zettler, DOB Jones, AR Gates, P Snelgrove, S Van Gaever, P Bernal (2015) Chapter 36F: Open Ocean Deep Sea. In: The UN’s First Global Integrated Marine Assessment: First World Ocean Assessment, pp 37.  
  39. Gao W, Du Y, Gao S, Ingels J, Wang D (2016) Heavy metal accumulation reflecting natural sedimentary processes and anthropogenic activities in two contrasting coastal wetland ecosystems, eastern China. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 16(3), 1093-1108.
  40. Meadows, AS, Ingels J, Widdicombe S, Hale R, Rundle SD (2015) Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on an intertidal meiobenthic community. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 469(0), 44-56.
  41. Sabeel RAO, Ingels J, Pape E, Vanreusel A (2015) Macrofauna along the Sudanese Red Sea coast: potential effect of mangrove clearance on community and trophic structure. Marine Ecology: an evolutionary perspective, 36(3), 794–809.
  42. Rose A, Ingels J, Raes M, Vanreusel A, Martinez-Arbizu P (2014) Long-term iceshelf-covered meiobenthic communities of the Antarctic continental shelf resemble those of the deep sea. Marine Biodiversity, 45(4), 743-762.
  43. *Ingels J, Hauquier F, Raes M, Vanreusel A (2014) Chapter 5.3. Antarctic Free-Living Marine Nematodes. In: De Broyer, C; Koubbi, P; Griffiths, HJ; Raymond, B; Udekem d’Acoz, C d'; Van de Putte, A; Danis, B; David, B; Grant, S; Gutt, J; Held, C; Hosie, G; Huettmann, F; Post, A; Ropert-Coudert, Y, (eds.) Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. 83-87.
  44. Thurber AR, Sweetman AK, Narayanaswamy BE, Jones DOB, Ingels J, Hansman RL (2014) Ecosystem function and services provided by the deep sea. Biogeosciences 11(14), 3941-3963
  45. Ingels J, Dashfield SL, Somerfield PJ, Widdicombe S, Austen MC (2014) Interactions between multiple large macrofauna species and nematode communities – mechanisms for indirect impacts of trawling disturbance. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 456: 41-49.
  46. Sapir A, Dillman AR, Connon SA, Grupe BM, Ingels J, Mundo-Ocampo M, Levin LA, Baldwin JG, Orphan VJ, Sternberg PW (2014)  Microsporidia-nematode associations in methane seeps reveal basal fungal parasitism as a characteristic of the deep sea. Frontiers in Microbiology 5:43.
  47. *Moens T, Braeckman U, Derycke S, Fonseca G, Gallucci F, Gingold R, Guilini K, Ingels J, Leduc D, Vanaverbeke J, Van Colen C, Vanreusel A, Vincx M (2013) Ecology of free-living nematodes. In: Schmidt-Rhaesa, A. (Ed.), Handbook of Zoology, 2 Nematoda. De Gruyter, pp. 109-152.
  48. *Bain O, Baldwin JG, Beveridge I, Campinas Bezerra T, Braeckman U, Coomans A, Decraemer W, Derycke S, Durette-Desset M-C, Fonseca G, Gallucci F, Gingold R, Guilini K, Holovachov O, Ingels J, Junker K, Leduc D, Miljutin D, Moens T, Mutafchiev Y, Muthumbi A, Pena Santiago R, Poinar GO, Rho HS, Rigby M, Schierenberg E, Sharma J, Shoshin A, Smol N, Sommer RJ, Spratt DM, Subbotin S, Sudhaus W, Tchesunov AV, Traunspurger W, Vanaverbeke J, Van Colen C, Vanreusel A, Vincx M (2013) Handbook of Zoology, Volume 2 Nematoda (ed. Schmidt-Rhaesa, Andreas). De Gruyter, 776pp.
  49. Corrêa GVV, Ingels J, Valdes YV, Fonsêca-Genevois VG, Farrapeira MR, Santos GAP (2013) Diversity and composition of macro- and meiofaunal carapace epibionts of the hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricate Lannaeus, 1822) in Atlantic waters. Marine Biodiversity, 44(3), 391-401.
  50. Mora C, Wei C-L, Rollo A, Amaro T, Baco AR, Billett D, Bopp L, Chen Q, Collier M, Danovaro R, Gooday AJ, Grupe BM, Halloran PR, Ingels J, Jones DOB, Levin LA, Nakano H, Norling K, Ramirez-Llodra E, Rex M, Ruhl HA, Smith CR, Sweetman AK, Thurber AR, Tjiputra JF, Usseglio P, Watling L, Wu T, Yasuhara M (2013) Biotic and Human Vulnerability to Projected Changes in Ocean Biogeochemistry over the 21st Century. PLoS Biology 11(10), e1001682.
  51. Ramalho SP, Adão H, Kiriakoulakis K, Wolff GA, Vanreusel A, Ingels J (2014) Temporal and spatial variation in the Nazaré canyon (Western Iberian margin): Inter-annual and canyon heterogeneity effects on meiofauna biomass and diversity. Deep-Sea Research I. 83: 102-114.
  52. Bezerra T, Pape E, Hauquier F, Vanreusel A , Ingels J (2013) New genus and two new species of the family Ethmolaimidae (Nematoda:Chromadorida), found in two different cold-seep environments. Zootaxa, 3692(1), 7-27.
  53. Kaiser S, Brandao SN, Brix S, Barnes DKA, Bowden DA, Ingels J, et al. (2013) Pattern, process and vulnerability of Southern Ocean benthos - a decadal leap in knowledge and understanding. Marine Biology 160(9): 2295-2317
  54. Lins L, Vanreusel A, Van Campenhout J, Ingels J (2013) Selective settlement of deep-sea canyon nematodes after resuspension – an experimental approach. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 441:110-116
  55. Ingels J, Vanreusel A (2013) The importance of different spatial scales in determining structural and functional characteristics of deep-sea infauna communities. 10, 195-232. Biogeosciences.
  56. Ingels J, Vanreusel A, Romano C, Coenjaerts J, Mar Flexas M, Zuniga D, Martin D (2013) Spatial and temporal infaunal dynamics of the Blanes submarine canyon-slope system (NW Mediterranean); changes in nematode standing stocks, feeding types and gender-life stage ratios. Progress in Oceanography, 118: 159-174
  57. Ingels J, Vanreusel A, Brandt A, Catarino AI, David B, De Ridder C, Dubois Ph, Gooday AJ, Martin P, Pasotti F, Robert H (2012) Possible effects of global environmental changes on Antarctic benthos: a synthesis across five major taxa. Ecology and Evolution 2(2), 453-485.
  58. Tchesunov AV, Ingels J, Popova EV (2012) Marine free-Living nematodes associated with symbiotic bacteria in deep-sea canyons of north-east Atlantic Ocean. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 92(6): 1257-1271.
  59. Kiriakoulakis K, Blackbird S, Ingels J, Vanreusel A, Wolff G (2011) Organic geochemistry of submarine canyons: the Portuguese Margin. Deep-Sea Research II. 58, 2477-2488.
  60. Ingels J, Billett DSM, Kiriakoulakis K, Wolff G, Vanreusel A (2011) Structural and functional diversity of Nematoda in relation with environmental variables in the Setúbal and Cascais canyons, Western Iberian Margin. Deep-Sea Research II 58, 2354-2368.
  61. 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-Free Larsen B Area, Eastern Antarctic Peninsula. PLoS ONE 6(7): e22240.
  62. Ingels, J, Tchesunov, A, Vanreusel, A (2011). Meiofauna in the Gollum Channels and the Whittard Canyon, Celtic Margin - How local environmental conditions shape nematode structure and function. Plos One 6(5), e20094.
  63. Ingels J, Billett DSM, Vanreusel A (2011) An insight into the feeding ecology of deep-sea canyon nematodes - Results from field observations and the first in-situ 13C feeding experiment in the Nazaré Canyon. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 396, 185-193.
  64. Ingels J, Van den Driessche P, De Mesel I, Vanhove S, Moens T, Vanreusel A. (2010). Preferred use of bacteria over phytoplankton by deep-sea nematodes in polar regions. Marine Ecology Progress Series 406, 121-133.
  65. Vanreusel A, Fonseca G, Danovaro R, da Silva MC, Esteves AM, Ferrero T, Gad G, Galtsova V, Gambi C, Genevois V, Ingels J, Ingole B, Lampadariou N, Merckx B, Miljutin DM, Miljutina M, Muthumbi A, Netto SA, Portnova D, Radziejewska T, Raes M, Tchesunov A, Vanaverbeke J, Van Gaever S, Venekey V, Bezerra T, Flint H, Copley J, Pape E, Zeppeli D, Martinez P, Galeron J, (2010). The contribution of deep-sea macrohabitat heterogeneity for global nematode diversity. Marine Ecology – An Evolutionary Perspective. 31 (1) 6-20.
  66. Ingels J, Kiriakoulakis K, Wolff GA, Vanreusel A (2009). Nematode diversity and its relation to quantity and quality of sedimentary organic matter in the Nazaré Canyon, Western Iberian Margin. Deep-Sea Research I 56(9), 1521-1539.
  67. Tyler P, Amaro T, Arzola R, Cunha MR, de Stigter H, Gooday A, Huvenne , Ingels J, Kiriakoulakis K, Lastras G, Masson D, Oliveira A, Pattenden A, Vanreusel A, Van Weering T, Vitorino J, Witte U, Wolff G (2009). Europe's Grand Canyon - Nazaré Submarine Canyon. Oceanography 22(1), 46-57.
  68. Ingels J, Vanhove S, De Mesel I, Vanreusel A (2006). The biodiversity and biogeography of the free-living nematode genera Desmodora and Desmodorella (family Desmodoridae) at both sides of the Scotia Arc. Polar Biology 29(11), 936-949.
  69. Gautier A, Ingels J (2003). La faune d’un puits du vicus gallo-romain de Waudrez (Hainaut, Belgique). Vie Archéologique (Bulletin de la Fédération des Archéologues de Wallonie) 60, 105-118.