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021 Crossing disciplinary boundaries across the freshwater-marine continuum to advance the understanding of harmful algal blooms (HABs)

Harmful algal blooms (HABs) comprised of toxigenic algae and/or cyanobacteria threaten global marine, estuarine, and freshwater ecosystems and related services. Their frequency and intensity are hypothesized to increase with climate change and eutrophication. Although HABs represent a significant human health threat, the science assessing their occurrence, fate, toxicity, and risk to public health and the environment remains fragmented among limnologists, marine scientists, toxicologists, ecologists, chemists and engineers. While mechanisms that promote HABs across systems are routinely similar (e.g. elevated nutrients, light, salinity, carbon dioxide, temperature), a unified understanding of the factors that cause these events is lacking. Perhaps more importantly, communication gaps among scientists studying bloom formation and ecosystem effects and those studying the eco- and health toxicology of blooms have hindered effective HAB managements. This session seeks to bring together HABs scientists who study multiple aspects of these events, including their biogeochemistry, chemistry, biogeography, toxicology, ecology, and epidemiology, as well as approaches to monitor HAB distribution, genetic diversity, and toxicity. All types of HABs studies are encouraged including descriptive, correlative, empirical, and/or theoretical. Given the environmental and health threat that HABs pose to society, we encourage a focus on management solutions.

Session organizer(s)

Bryan Brooks, Baylor University
bryan_brooks@baylor.edu

Christopher Gobler, Stony Brook University
christopher.gobler@stonybrook.edu

Raphael Kudela, University of California Santa Cruz
kudela@ucsc.edu

J. Thad Scott, Baylor University
thad_scott@baylor.edu

Jeffery Steevens, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
jeffery.a.steevens@erdc.usace.army.mil

Alan Wilson, Auburn University
wilson@auburn.edu

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Date: 03/01/2017

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Oral Presentations


Location: 323 B

10:00
Hilborn, E. D.; HUMAN HEALTH EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH EXPOSURE TO TOXIC CYANOBACTERIA � WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE? (Abstract ID:28453) O

10:15
Younan, L.; NEW INSTRUMENTATION ENABLING MONITORING OF CYANOBACTERIA (Abstract ID:29041) O

10:30
Steevens, J. A.; Brooks, B. W.; DEFINING INTERDISCIPLINARY SOLUTIONS FOR INLAND HABS: THE NEED FOR TOXICOLOGY TO INFORM RISK MANAGEMENT (Abstract ID:30007) O

10:45
Engene, N.; WHO ARE THE BAD GUYS? IDENTIFYING CYANOBACTERIAL HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS USING AN INTEGRATIVE MOLECULAR AND CHEMICAL APPROACH (Abstract ID:30021) O

12:00
Jankowiak, J. G.; Gobler, C.; Hattenrath, T.; UNRAVELLING THE ROLE OF NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS, AND TEMPERATURE IN DRIVING CYANOHAB DIVERSITY USING NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING (Abstract ID:28478) O

12:15
Paul, J. H.; Hubbard, K.; Nieuwkerk, D.; Ulrich, R.; Tilney, C.; Hoaglund, A.; Olesin, E.; PCMHAB: IMPLEMENTING THE KARENIA �TRICORDER� TO IMPROVE RED TIDE MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT IN THE GULF OF MEXICO (Abstract ID:29087) O

12:30
Dearth, N.; Jones, W. J.; Mortensen, R.; Doll, C.; Pinckney, J. L.; Greenfield, D. I.; DEVELOPMENT OF A SANDWICH HYBRIDIZATION ASSAY FOR THE HARMFUL CYANOBACTERIUM MICROCYSTIS AERUGINOSA (E) (Abstract ID:29008) O

12:45
Shang, S.; SENSING A PHAEOCYSTIS BLOOM IN THE WESTERN TAIWAN STRAIT FROM RADIOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS WITH AN UAV (Abstract ID:29084) O

14:30
Filstrup, C. T.; Leavitt, P. R.; Downing, J. A.; CYANOBACTERIA PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO RESOURCE IMBALANCE IN EUTROPHIC LAKES AS REVEALED BY CELLULAR PIGMENT CONTENT (Abstract ID:29699) O

14:45
Salk, K. R.; Bullerjahn, G. S.; McKay, R. M.; Ostrom, N. E.; ACTIVE NITROGEN CYCLING IS LINKED TO THE FORMATION AND PERSISTENCE OF HABS IN SANDUSKY BAY, LAKE ERIE (E) (Abstract ID:28517) O

15:00
Gardner, W. S.; McCarthy, M. J.; Newell, S. E.; Hou, L.; Dai, R.; Lu, K.; AMMONIUM AND UREA CYCLING AND DEMAND IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO MISSISSIPPI RIVER PLUME AND IN CYANOBACTERIA IMPACTED LAKES (Abstract ID:29519) O

15:15
Hampel, J. J.; McCarthy, M. J.; Gardner, W. S.; Lu, Z.; Zhu, G.; Xu, H.; Newell, S. E.; �WATER COLUMN AMMONIUM DYNAMICS IN TWO LARGE, EUTROPHIC, FRESHWATER LAKES: LAKE TAIHU (CHINA) AND LAKE OKEECHOBEE (FLORIDA).� (E) (Abstract ID:28898) O

16:30
Hoffman, D. K.; McCarthy, M. J.; Davis, T. W.; Gossiaux, D.; Burtner, A.; Johengen, T.; Palladino, D.; Gardner, W. S.; Myers, J. A.; Newell, S. E.; WATER COLUMN AMMONIUM DYNAMICS AFFECTING HARMFUL CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS IN LAKE ERIE (E) (Abstract ID:28910) O

16:45
Bade, D. L.; MICROCYSTIN DYNAMICS IN LAKE ERIE LINKED TO NITRATE CONCENTRATIONS (Abstract ID:30119) O

17:00
Mackey, K. R.; Kavanaugh, M. T.; Wang, F.; Chen, Y.; Liu, F.; Glover, D. M.; Chien, C.; Paytan, A.; EUTROPHICATION FROM ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION AND RIVER DISCHARGE FUELS HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS IN THE EAST CHINA SEA (Abstract ID:28758) O

17:15
Fernandez, E. G.; Olsen, B. K.; Chislock, M. F.; Rebelein, A.; Thornton, W.; Hilyer, D.; Wilson, A. E.; EUTROPHICATION MEDIATES COMPLEX INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CYANOBACTERIA AND DIATOMS THAT INFLUENCE TASTE AND ODOR EVENTS IN A DRINKING WATER RESERVOIR (E) (Abstract ID:29413) O


Date: 03/02/2017

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Oral Presentations


Location: 323 B

10:00
Molot, L.; Verschoor, M. J.; Powe, C. R.; McQuay, E.; Schiff, S. L.; Venkiteswaran, J. J.; Li, J.; REDUCED IRON AS A PRE-CONDITION FOR CYANOBACTERIAL DOMINANCE IN EMBAYMENTS ALONG GEORGIAN BAY, GREAT LAKES (Abstract ID:28482) O

10:15
Hillis, E. L.; McLeod, A. M.; Xenopoulos, M. A.; Haffner, G. D.; POTENTIAL FACTORS REGULATING PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE WESTERN BASIN OF LAKE ERIE, EXAMINED USING TEMPORAL COMPARISONS AND GENERALIZED LINEAR MODELS (E) (Abstract ID:29222) O

10:30
Yñiguez, A. T.; Azanza, R. V.; Benico, G. A.; Villanoy, C. L.; SEASONAL AND LONG-TERM PATTERNS IN HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS IN THE PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:28881) O

10:45
Owen, J. M.; Haffner, G. D.; TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF HARMFUL CYANOBACTERIA BLOOMS IN THE WESTERN BASIN OF LAKE ERIE DURING A SMALL BLOOM YEAR (E) (Abstract ID:29108) O

12:00
Soto Ramos, I. M.; Cambazoglu, M. K.; Boyette, A. D.; Broussard, K.; Fitzpatrick, P.; Jacobs, G. A.; Greer, A. T.; Shiller, A. M.; Sheehan, D.; Arnone, R.; Lau, Y.; Lucas, K.; Mickle, P.; ADVECTION OF KARENIA BREVIS BLOOMS FROM THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE TO THE MISSISSIPPI COAST: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN THE 2015 AND 2007 BLOOM EVENTS (Abstract ID:30142) O

12:15
Steffen, M. M.; Davis, T. W.; Stough, J. A.; McKay, R. M.; Bullerjahn, G. S.; Krausfeldt, L. E.; Boyer, G. L.; Johengen, T. H.; Gossiaux, D. C.; Burtner, A.; Palladino, D.; Rowe, M. D.; Dick, G. J.; Myer, K. A.; Levy, S.; Boone, B.; Wilhelm, S. W.; TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILES OF THE 2014 LAKE ERIE MICROCYSTIS BLOOM (Abstract ID:28693) O

12:30
Dyer, S. W.; Needoba, J. A.; Peterson, T. D.; ASSAYING BOUYANCY RESPONSES AND THE PHYSIOLOGY OF PHYTOPLANKTON USING A NEPHELOMETRIC TURBIDIMETER (E) (Abstract ID:29629) O

12:45
Greengrove, C. L.; Masura, J. E.; Moore, S. K.; TWO YEARS OF ALEXANDRIUM CYST MAPPING IN THE SURFACE SEDIMENTS OF HOOD CANAL, WA, FOLLOWING AN UNPRECEDENTED BLOOM (Abstract ID:29626) O

14:30
Givens, C. E.; Duris, J. W.; Stelzer, E. A.; Ecker, C. D.; Larson, J. H.; Loftin, K.; Lenaker, P.; Evan, M. A.; SHIFTS IN MICROBIAL COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND MICROBIAL-MEDIATED PROCESSES WITH CYANOBACTERIAL HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM FORMATION AND TOXIN OCCURENCE (Abstract ID:28975) O

14:45
Gobler, C. J.; Doherty, O. M.; Hattehrath-Lehmann, T. K.; Griffith, A. W.; Kang, Y.; Litaker, W.; OCEAN WARMING SINCE 1982 HAS EXPANDED THE NICHE OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC AND NORTH PACIFIC OCEANS (Abstract ID:29137) O

15:00
Hayes, N. M.; Haig, H. A.; Simpson, G. L.; Leavitt, P. R.; CLIMATIC AND URBAN CONTROL OF THE TIMING AND MAGNITUDE OF MICROCYSTIN PEAKS IN HARDWATER EUTROPHIC LAKES (Abstract ID:29780) O

15:15
Quigg, A.; Steichen, J.; Windham, R.; Williams, A.; EFFECT OF CHANGING LAND USE LAND COVER ON WATER QUALITY IN A RAPIDLY GROWING METROPOLITAN COMPLEX. (Abstract ID:29258) O

16:30
Wilson, A. E.; Chislock, M. F.; Olsen, B. K.; Wright, R. A.; Schrader, K. K.; FORECASTING TOXIC CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHEASTERN U.S. (Abstract ID:29405) O

16:45
Bi, H.; Cai, Z.; Cheng, X.; He, Y.; Benfield, M. C.; Fan, C.; TRANSITIONING FROM MONITORING TO FORECASTING POTENTIAL HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM: AN EXAMPLE FROM SHENZHEN BAY, P.R. CHINA (Abstract ID:29422) O

17:00
Wang, G.; Lee, Z.; REMOTE SENSING OF SEASONAL SPATIAL VARIATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON PIGMENTS IN LAKE ERIE (E) (E) (Abstract ID:30111) O

17:15
Evans, M. A.; Duris, J. W.; Larson, J. H.; Givens, C. E.; Stelzer, E. A.; Ecker, C. D.; Loftin, K. A.; Lenaker, P. L.; QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF FORCING FACTORS CONTROLING CYANO-HAB INITIATION AND TIMING (Abstract ID:29465) O


Date: 03/03/2017

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Oral Presentations


Location: 323 B

10:00
Buelo, C. D.; Pace, M. L.; Carpenter, S. R.; EVALUATING SPATIAL INDICATORS OF PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS (Abstract ID:28754) O

10:15
Kudela, R. M.; Peacock, M. B.; Senn, D.; Gibble, C. M.; Sylvester, Z.; Cloern, J. E.; BLURRED LINES: MULTIPLE FRESHWATER AND MARINE TOXINS AT THE LAND-SEA INTERFACE (Abstract ID:28967) O

10:30
Bukaveckas, P. A.; Moy, N. J.; Dodson, J.; Tassone, S. J.; Bulluck, L. P.; PRESENCE AND PERSISTENCE OF THE CYANOTOXIN MICROCYSTIN IN AQUATIC AND RIPARIAN CONSUMERS. (Abstract ID:28522) O

10:45
Rober, A. R.; Walls, J. T.; Rubenstein, E. M.; Wyatt, K. H.; HOT AND TOXIC: TEMPERATURE REGULATES TOXIN RELEASE BY CYANOBACTERIA (Abstract ID:29157) O

12:00
Jupitz, M. C.; Kimmel, D. G.; Field, E. K.; THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON MICROCYSTIN-LR TOXICITY TO BOSMINA LONGIROSTRIS: FOOD WEB IMPLICATIONS IN THE CHOWAN RIVER, NORTH CAROLINA (E) (Abstract ID:29019) O

12:15
Larson, J. H.; Evans, M. A.; Kennedy, R.; Bailey, S.; Schaeffer, J.; Duris, J. W.; Givens, C. E.; Stelzer, E. A.; Loftin, K. A.; Lenaker, P.; Richardson, W. B.; CYANOBACTERIA IMPACTS ON INVERTEBRATE GROWTH AND DYNAMICS IN THE GREAT LAKES (Abstract ID:29533) O

12:30
Basterretxea, G.; Torres-Serra, F. C.; Alacid, E.; Font-Muñoz, J. S.; Camp, J.; Garces, E.; CROSS-SHORE ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST (Abstract ID:28835) O

12:45
Kranz, S. A.; Bercel, T.; CARBON ACQUISITION AND PHOTOPHYSIOLOGY OF THE MARINE DINOFLAGELLATE KARENIA BREVIS UNDER A RANGE OF CO2 CONCENTRATIONS (Abstract ID:29452) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Kamehameha Exhibit Hall

213
Hunt, B. L.; Baltzer, K. L.; Robertson, A.; BIOACCUMULATION AND DEPURATION OF CARIBBEAN CIGUATOXINS IN THE ZEBRAFISH, DANIO RERIO (E) (Abstract ID:28769) P

215
Van Dam, B. R.; Tobias, C.; Paerl, H. W.; Zhu, G.; DIURNAL AND EPISODIC DRIVERS OF STABLE CARBON ISOTOPES AND DISSOLVED GASSES IN THE HYPEREUTROPHIC LAKE TAIHU, CHINA (E) (Abstract ID:29065) P

218
Rappa, V.; Stumpf, R.; Tomlinson, M.; Dupuy, D.; Briggs, T.; Meredith, A.; Wynne, T.; Lamb, B.; Tzortziou, M.; FINDING HARMFUL ALGAE IN FLORIDA AND LAKE ERIE WITH HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITES (E) (Abstract ID:29622) P

220
Egerton, T. A.; Skiles, B. K.; Smigo, M.; Reece, K. S.; Smith, J. L.; MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF ALGAL BLOOMS IN VIRGINIA: AN INTERAGENCY APPROACH TO FRESHWATER AND COASTAL HABS IN RECREATIONAL AND SHELLFISH WATERS. (Abstract ID:29653) P

221
Millman, W. S.; Wiesner, K. M.; Gibala-Smith, L. A.; Sandusky, C.; Egerton, T. A.; BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC FACTORS INFLUENCING SUCCESSION OF MAJOR PHYTOPLANKTON TAXA IN AN URBAN ESTUARY IN SOUTHEAST VIRGINIA, USA (Abstract ID:29682) P

222
Yap-Dejeto, L. G.; Durante, Y. C.; Tan, I. L.; DISTRIBUTION OF PYRODINIUM BAHAMENSE VAR. COMPRESSUM AND OTHER DINOFLAGELLATE CYSTS IN SURFACE SEDIMENTS OF CANCABATO BAY, LEYTE, PHILIPPINES (Abstract ID:29054) P

223
Tatters, A. O.; Howard, M. D.; Webb, E. A.; Caron, D. A.; HETEROGENEITY OF TOXIN-PRODUCING CYANOBACTERIA AT A SEASONAL CREEK/OCEAN INTERFACE (Abstract ID:29770) P

224
Spoo-Chupka, M. K.; COPPER-BASED ALGAECIDES FOR TREATMENT OF NUISANCE AND HARMFUL CYANOBACTERIA BLOOMS: BLUNT TOOL OF PRECISION MANAGEMENT (Abstract ID:29908) P

225
Hill, B. N.; Corrales, J.; Scott, W. C.; Brooks, B. W.; SUBLETHAL TOXICITY OF THE HARMFUL HAPTOPHYTE PRYMNESIUM PARVUM TO TWO COMMON FISH SPECIES (Abstract ID:30042) P

226
Kramer, B. J.; Gobler, C. J.; THE RESPONSE OF TOXIC FRESHWATER CYANOBACTERIA TO CHANGES IN TEMPERATURE, CO2, AND NITROGEN LIMITATION (E) (Abstract ID:30047) P

227
Shultz, D. M.; Hayashi, K.; Kudela, R. M.; DIARRHETIC SHELLFISH POISONING TOXIN CONCENTRATIONS AND DINOPHYSIS ABUNDANCE IN MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA (Abstract ID:30059) P