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Session Schedule


054 Advances in our Global Understanding of Ocean Acidification

Ocean acidification is a global problem already impacting our coasts and oceans at different scales that span from individual species to ecosystems to indigenous communities to human industry such as aquaculture. It is expected that the ocean's pH will drop by 0.3 to 0.5 pH units by the end of the century; understanding the complex chemical and biological impacts of ocean acidification will allow predicting responses of the changing marine landscape. In this session we bring together marine chemists as well as marine aquatic ecologists and biologists to discuss the recent advances in our understanding of the processes and mechanisms affecting the global ocean. We invite presentations from observational, experimental, and modeling research. We encourage a global perspective, with presentations from diverse ecosystems and settings. As ocean acidification is a global condition, its effects are seen locally. Thus, understanding across scales is critical to understand either local or global implications.

Session organizer(s)

Kim Currie, University of Otago, New Zealand
Kimc@chemistry.otago.ac.nz

Monica Orellana, Institute for Systems Biology, USA
Monica.Orellana@systemsbiology.org

Jan Newton, University of Washington, USA
newton@apl.uw.edu

Pedro Monteiro, CSIR, South Africa
pmonteir@csir.co.za



Date: 2/25/2015

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Oral Presentations


Location: Andalucia 1 (Floor 1)

08:45
Newton, J. A.; Jewett, E. B.; Williamson, P.; THE GLOBAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION OBSERVING NETWORK (GOA-ON) (Abstract ID:26411) O

09:00
De Carlo, E. H.; Terlouw, G.; Drupp, P. S.; Mackenzie, F. T.; Sabine, C. L.; Musielewicz, S.; Sutton, A.; HIGH-RESOLUTION TIME-SERIES CO2 DATA FROM CORAL REEFS ON OAHU, HAWAII: CHANGES AND OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:27433) O

09:15
Currie, K. I.; Murdoch, J.; Marriner, A.; Law, C.; SETTING UP A COASTAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION OBSERVING NETWORK IN NEW ZEALAND (Abstract ID:25961) O

09:30
Cantoni, C.; Barba, L.; Bastianini, M.; Bortoluzzi, G.; Celio, M.; Chiggiato, J.; Cozzi, S.; Luchetta, A.; Ravaioli, M.; Sparnocchia, S.;A MULTISCALE OBSERVING APPROACH FOR UNDERSTANDING ACIDIFICATION PROCESS IN A MARGINAL SEA (NORTHERN ADRIATIC). (Abstract ID:27128) O

10:30
Ríos, A. F.; Resplandy, L.; García-Ibáñez, M. I.; Fajar, N. M.; Velo, A.; Padin, X. A.; Wanninkhof, R.; Steinfeldt, R.; Roson, G.; Pérez, F. F.;DECADAL ACIDIFICATION IN THE WATER MASSES OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN (Abstract ID:26652) O

10:45
DeGrandpre, M.; Islam, F.; Krishfield, R.; Toole, J.; Evans, W.; Williams, B.; AIR-SEA CO2 FLUXES IN THE BEAUFORT SEA AND IMPLICATIONS FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:27243) O

11:00
Hendriks, I. E.; Duarte, C. M.; Chierici, M.; PATHWAYS OF ARCTIC OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:25985) O

11:15
Fuentes, J. D.; Troxler, T.; Barr, J. G.; Gaiser, E.; Fourqrean, J.; Malone, S. L.; Starr, G.; Skla, F.; Rudnick, D. T.; Davis, S.;CARBON CYCLE SCIENCE IN THE FLORIDA COASTAL EVERGLADES: RESEARCH TO INFORM CARBON AND WATER MANAGEMENT (Abstract ID:27429) O

11:30
Montserrat, F.; Renforth, P.; Way, S.; Meysman, F. J.; MITIGATION OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION THROUGH ENHANCED MINERAL WEATHERING (Abstract ID:25920) O

15:00
James, A. K.; Carlson, C. A.; Passow, U.; Brzezinski, M. A.; Trapani, J. N.; Parsons, R.; ELEVATED PCO2 INCREASES RESPIRATION OF DOC BY NATURAL BACTERIOPLANKTON (Abstract ID:27291) O

15:15
White, M. M.; Lubelczyk, L. C.; Waller, J. D.; Drapeau, D. T.; Bowler, B. C.; Vermont, A.; Fields, D. M.; Balch, W. M.; DISSOLUTION OF PLEUROCHRYSIS CARTERAE COCCOLITHS IN ACARTIA TONSA GUTS: TESTING THE TUMS HYPOTHESIS (Abstract ID:26456) O

15:30
Ramajo, L.; Perez-Leon, E.; Hendriks, I. E.; Marbá, N.; Krause-Jensen, D.; Sejr, M.; Blicher, M.; Lagos, N. A.; Olsen, Y.; Duarte, C. M.;DRIVERS OF MOLLUSC PERFOMANCE: FOOD SUPPLY VS. CARBONATE SATURATION STATE (Abstract ID:25707) O

16:00
Roggatz, C. C.; Lorch, M.; Benoit, D. M.; Hardege, J. D.; Terschak, J. A.; Wäge, J.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AFFECTS SIGNALLING MOLECULES OF MARINE INVERTEBRATES (Abstract ID:27186) O