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056 Ocean and Coastal Acidification: Synthesizing information and supporting mitigation

Increasing evidence is revealing the complex ways that ocean and coastal acidification (OA) may impact ocean and coastal ecosystems, ecosystem services, and human communities. Decision makers require actionable information on how OA will impact human communities, and guidance on approaches to mitigate, and potentially remediate, the problems of coastal acidification. Major challenges include how to best provide useful, accurate information on the vulnerability of human communities to the range of possible outcomes of OA and how to mitigate OA impacts through approaches such as promoting seagrasses, alkalinity buffering, and enhanced air/sea gas exchange. Equipping decision makers with useful information requires the synthesis and translation of disparate types of data (chemical, biological, physical, and social) and an understanding of the heterogeneity, variability, and effectiveness of management actions when scaled to the level of implementation. Such challenges include the durability of carbonate system interventions in naturally variable coastal ecosystems, and whether these changes translate into desired outcomes for target organisms in the context of multiple stressors. This session is intended to showcase research that synthesizes ocean acidification information in the context of coastal decision making, including key lessons learned, best practices and guidelines for future intervention.

Session organizer(s)

Erica Ombres, NOAA
erica.h.ombres@noaa.gov

Beth Turner, NOAA
elizabeth.turner@noaa.gov

David Koweek, Carnegie Institution for Science
dkoweek@carnegiescience.edu

Aaron Strong, University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences
aaron.strong@maine.edu

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Date: 03/01/2017

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Oral Presentations


Location: 305 A/B

10:00
Liu, W. T.; Xie, X.; OCEAN ACIDITY ESTIMATED FROM SPACE DATA (Abstract ID:28494) O

10:15
Jiang, L.; Feely, R. A.; Lauvset, S. K.; Carter, B.; olsen, A.; CLIMATOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF PH IN THE GLOBAL OCEANS (Abstract ID:28607) O

10:30
Hunt, C. W.; Salisbury, J. E.; Vandemark, D.; Mook, W.; Sobin, J.; Aßmann, S.; EXPANDING OCEAN ACIDIFICATION INFORMATION FOR THE GULF OF MAINE AND BEYOND (Abstract ID:29697) O

10:45
Oliver, T. A.; Young, C. W.; Brainard, R. E.; SYNTHESIZING DIVERSE APPROACHES TO OBSERVING PROCESS IN THE REEF CARBONATE SYSTEM: NATIONAL CORAL REEF MONITORING PROGRAM IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS (Abstract ID:30030) O

12:00
Silbiger, N. J.; Sorte, C. J.; “PH”INGERPRINTING WEST COAST TIDE POOLS: COMMUNITY METABOLISM BOTH DRIVES AND RESPONDS TO PH VARIABILITY (Abstract ID:29271) O

12:15
Barott, K. L.; Gates Coral Lab, R.; Lio, S.; Glazer, B. T.; Gates, R. D.; DEVELOPING STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE CORAL REEF SURVIVAL IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE (Abstract ID:30064) O

12:30
Sippo, J. Z.; Maher, D. T.; Tait, D. R.; Holloway, C.; Santos, I. R.; MANGROVE FORESTS ARE BUFFERS OF COASTAL ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:28497) O

12:45
Wallace, R. B.; Gobler, C. J.; COASTAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION IN TEMPERATE COASTAL HABITATS: DYNAMICS AND POTENTIAL TO AFFECT MARINE MOLLUSKS (E) (Abstract ID:29921) O

14:45
Newton, J. A.; Hales, B.; Beck, J.; Evans, W.; Alin, S.; Hill, T.; Martz, T.; Mayorga, E.; McCammon, M.; Anderson, D.; Thomas, J.; Barrette, M.; TURNING THE HEADLIGHTS ON HIGH: IMPROVING OCEAN ACIDIFICATION OBSERVATIONS AND NETWORKS IN SUPPORT OF SHELLFISH GROWERS (Abstract ID:29928) O

15:00
Coupland, K.; Cole, K.; Brady, D.; UNDERSTANDING SHELLFISH GROWTH POTENTIAL IN THE DAMARISCOTTA RIVER, MAINE USING A COUPLED MODELING APPROACH (Abstract ID:29666) O

15:15
Strong, A. L.; WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT ACIDIFICATION? (Abstract ID:30013) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Kamehameha Exhibit Hall

461
Choi, Y.; Kim, D.; Rhee, T.; ARAGONITE SATURATION STATE IN THE SOUTHWESTERN EAST/JAPAN SEA DURING SUMMER (Abstract ID:28457) P

463
Menu-Courey, K.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION EFFECTS ON JUVENILE AMERICAN LOBSTER LIFE HISTORY AND PHYSIOLOGY (E) (Abstract ID:28597) P

464
Ventura, A.; De Wit, P.; Dupont, S.; ADAPTATION POTENTIAL OF THE PACIFIC OYSTER CRASSOSTREA GIGAS TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION: A QUANTITATIVE GENETIC APPROACH. (Abstract ID:28880) P

465
Cuyler, E. E.; Byrne, R. H.; SIMPLIFIED SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS FOR CARBONATE SATURATION STATE CALCULATIONS (Abstract ID:29053) P

466
Clare, X. S.; Deheyn, D. D.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AFFECTS THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IN MARINE ORGANISMS--THE CASE OF A LUMINOUS INVERTEBRATE (E) (Abstract ID:29248) P

467
Sharp, J. D.; Byrne, R. H.; Liu, X.; Feely, R. A.; AN UPDATED PROCEDURE FOR SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF CARBONATE ION CONCENTRATION IN SEAWATER AND A THERMODYNAMIC EXAMINATION OF TEMPERATURE EFFECTS (E) (Abstract ID:29601) P

468
Mandirola, J. E.; Ludwig, P. M.; OYSTER REEF RESTORATION USING ALTERNATIVE SUBSTRATES (Abstract ID:29695) P

469
Long, W. C.; Van Sant, S. B.; Swiney, K. M.; Foy, R. J.; SURVIVAL, GROWTH, MORPHOLOGY, AND BLUE KING CRABS: EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION DECREASES WITH EXPOSURE TIME (Abstract ID:29914) P

471
Raney, S. E.; Meseck, S.; Milke, L.; EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON THE FEEDING RATES OF THE EASTERN OYSTER CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA (E) (E) (Abstract ID:30052) P

472
Shitashima, K.; NATURAL ANALOGUE STUDY FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:30081) P

473
Day, R. D.; Stewart, J. A.; Brainard, R. E.; EVALUATING THE UTILITY OF CRUSTOSE CORALLINE ALGAE AS A �11B BIOSENSOR FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION MONITORING ON CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:30101) P