Ee Zin Ong

Ee Zin Ong, a PhD student, who investigates effects of hypoxia, ocean acidification and warming on physiology, behavioural and condition on shallow habitat marine marcobenthos and the cascading effects on ecosystem diversity and functioning. His works involve setting up microcosm experiments, manipulating seawater pH, temperature and oxygen level as treatments to incubate the marcobenthos, and using porewater pressure sensors and time lapse camera to observe bivalves activities under the sediment. As a MARES candidate, he is mobilised between Ghent University and Plymouth University.

2016

Ong, E.Z.; Moens, T.; Briffa, M.; Van Colen, C. (2016). Living in multi-stressed sediments: behavioral consequences for the functioning and diversity in coastal habitats, in: Brownlie, K. et al. (Ed.) Second Mares Conference: Marine Ecosystems Health and Conservation, February 1st - 5th 2016, Olhão, Portugal: Abstract book. pp. 98

2015

Ong, E.Z.; Moens, T.; Briffa, M.; Van Colen, C. (2015). Living in multi-stressed sediments: behavioral consequences for the functioning and diversity in coastal habitats, in: Mees, J. et al. (Ed.) Book of abstracts – VLIZ Young Scientists’ Day. Brugge, Belgium, 20 February 2015. VLIZ Special Publication, 71: pp. 101-102