Jellyfish Blooms : Ecological and Societal Importance : Proceedings of the Intl Conference on Jellyfish Blooms, Held in Gulf Shores, Alabama, 12-14 Ja

Jellyfish Blooms : Ecological and Societal Importance : Proceedings of the Intl Conference on Jellyfish Blooms, Held in Gulf Shores, Alabama, 12-14 Ja

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Jellyfish, a group that includes scyphomedusae, hydromedusae, siphonophores and ctenophores, are important zooplankton predators throughout the world's estuaries and oceans. These beautiful creatures have come to public attention as featured exhibits in aquaria and in news headlines as invaders and as providers of genes used in biomedical research. Nevertheless, jellyfish are generally considered to be nuisances because they interfere with human activities by stinging swimmers, clogging power plant intakes and nets of fishermen and fish farms, and competing with fish and eating fish eggs and larvae. There is concern that environmental changes such as global warming, eutrophication, and over-fishing may result in increased jellyfish populations. The literature reviews and research papers in this volume explore the interactions between jellyfish and humans.Papers cover: the medical aspects of jellyfish stings; jellyfish as human food and jellyfish fisheries; interactions of jellyfish and fish; effects of environmental changes on jellyfish; effects of introduced ctenophores on the Black Sea ecosystem; factors causing increases or concentrations of jellyfish; and others aspects of jellyfish ecology. This is an important reference for students and professional marine biologists, oceanographers, fishery scientists, and aquarists.

Table of Contents

Conference information and group photo             ix
Introduction xi
A complete listing of conference presentations xv
JELLYFISH AND HUMAN ENTERPRISE: FISHERIES AND
TOURISM
Medical aspects of jellyfish envenomation: 1 (10)
pathogenesis, case reporting and therapy
Joseph W. Burnett
Jellyfish as food 11 (8)
Y-H. Peggy Hsieh
Fui-Ming Leong
Jack Rudloe
Jellyfish fisheries in southeast Asia 19 (8)
Makoto Omori
Eiji Nakano
Interactions of pelagic cnidarians and 27 (18)
ctenophores with fish: a review
Jennifer E. Purcell
Mary N. Arai
Feeding on survival-food: gelatinous plankton 45 (10)
as a source of food for anchovies
Hermes Mianzan
M. Pajaro
G. Alvarez Colombo
A. Madirolas
JELLYFISH AND CHANGING ECOSYSTEMS
Jellyfish blooms: are populations increasing 55 (14)
globally in response to changing ocean
conditions?
Claudia E. Mills
Pelagic coelenterates and eutrophication: a 69 (20)
review
Mary N. Arai
Effects of low dissolved oxygen on survival 89 (8)
and asexual reproduction of scyphozoan polyps
(Chrysaora quinquecirrha)
Robert H. Condon
Mary Beth Decker
Jennifer E. Purcell
Numerical increases and distributional shifts 97 (16)
of Chrysaora quinquecirrha (Desor) and
Aurelia aurita (Linne) (Cnidaria: Scyphozoa)
in the northern Gulf of Mexico
William M. Graham
Timing and size of blooms of the ctenophore 113(8)
Mnemiopsis leidyi in relation to temperature
in Narragansett Bay, RI
Barbara K. Sullivan
Donna Van Keuren
Michael Clancy
The impact of El Nino events on populations 121(10)
of mesopelagic hydromedusae
Kevin A. Raskoff
Jellyfish swarms, tourists, and the 131(14)
Christ-child
Mike N Dawson
Laura E. Martin
Lolita K. Penland
The ctenophore Mnemiopsis in native and 145(32)
exotic habitats: U.S. estuaries versus the
Black Sea basin
Jennifer E. Purcell
Tamara A. Shiganova
Mary Beth Decker
Edward D. Houde
Chemical composition, respiration and feeding 177(10)
rates of the new alien ctenophore, Beroe
ovata, in the Black Sea
G. A. Finenko
B. E. Anninsky
Z. A. Romanova
G. I. Abolmasova
A. E. Kideys
The new invader Beroe ovata Mayer 1912 and 187(12)
its effect on the ecosystem in the
northeastern Black Sea
Tamara A. Shiganova
Yulia V. Bulgakova
Stanislav P. Volovik
Zinaida A. Mirzoyan
Sergey I. Dudkin
PHYSICAL/HYDRODYNAMIC INTERACTIONS WITH
JELLYFISH
A physical context for gelatinous zooplankton 199(14)
aggregations: a review
William M. Graham
Fransesc Pages
William M. Hamner
Developing jellyfish strategy hypotheses 213(10)
using circulation models
Donald R. Johnson
Harriet M. Perry
W. David Burke
Flow and prey capture by the scyphomedusa 223(6)
Phyllorhiza punctata von Lendenfeld, 1884
Isabella D'Ambra
John H. Costello
Flegra Bentivegna
JELLYFISH REPRODUCTION AND POPULATION BIOLOGY
Reproduction and life history strategies of 229(18)
the common jellyfish, Aurelia aurita, in
relation to its ambient environment
Cathy H. Lucas
In situ estimation of ephyrae liberated from 247(12)
polyps of Aurelia aurita using settling
plates in Tokyo Bay, Japan
Tomoko Watanabe
Haruto Ishii
Geographic variation and ecological 259(16)
adaptation in Aurelia (Scyphozoa,
Semaeostomeae): some implications from
molecular phylogenetics
Mike N Dawson
Laura E. Martin
GENERAL ECOLOGY OF JELLYFISH
Observations on the distribution and relative 275(12)
abundance of the scyphomedusan Chrysaora
hysoscella (Linne, 1766) and the hydrozoan
Aequorea aequorea (Forskal, 1775) in the
northern Benguela ecosystem
Conrad Sparks
Emmanuelle Buecher
Andrew S. Brierley
Bjorn Erik Axelsen
Helen Boyer
Mark J. Gibbons
A novel cilia-based feature within the food 287(8)
grooves of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis mccradyi
Mayer
Anthony G. Moss
Rebecca C. Rapoza
Lisa Muellner
Protistan epibionts of the ctenophore 295(10)
Mnemiopsis mccradyi Mayer
Anthony G. Moss
Anne M. Estes
Lisa A. Muellner
Darrell D. Morgan
Digenea parasites of jellyfish and 305(6)
ctenophores of the southern Atlantic
Sergio R. Martorelli
Food and feeding of Aurelia aurita in Tokyo 311(10)
Bay with an analysis of stomach contents and
a measurement of digestion times
Haruto Ishii
Fusako Tanaka
Distribution, abundance, behavior and 321
metabolism of Periphylla periphylla, a
mesopelagic coronate medusa in a Norwegian
fjord
Marsh J. Youngbluth
Ulf Bamstedt