Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/24/2014 | 10:30 - 12:30 | ORAL

013 - Biogeo-Omics: Utilizing Biogeochemistry and -Omics Data to Unravel the Metabolic Pathways and Environmental Controls of Hydrocarbon Biodegradation

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16634

THE ROLE OF THE RARE BIOSPHERE IN PELAGIC HYDROCARBON DEGRADATION DURING THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL

Joye, S. B., University of Georgia, USA, mjoye@uga.edu; Kleindienst, S., University of Georgia, USA, skleindi@uga.edu; Crespo-Medina, M., University of Georgia, USA, mcrespomedina@gmail.com; Grim, S., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, sgrim@mbl.edu; Sogin, M., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, sogin@mbl.edu;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 14795

STABLE ISOTOPE PROBING AND SINGLE CELL GENOMICS IDENTIFY HYDROCARBON OXIDIZING COLWELLIA AND CYCLOCLASTICUS ACTIVE DURING THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL

Redmond, M. C., UNC Charlotte, USA, mcredmond@uncc.edu; Swan, B. K., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, bswan@bigelow.org; Woyke, T., DOE Joint Genome Institute, USA, twoyke@lbl.gov; Stepanauskas, R., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, rstepanauskas@bigelow.org; Valentine, D. L., UC Santa Barbara, USA, valentine@geol.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 14903

THE ROLE OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY IN DETERMINING THE EFFECTS OF MC252 SURROGATE OIL ON MICROBIAL GROWTH

Jeffrey, W. H., University of West Florida, USA, wjeffrey@uwf.edu; Morrison, T. E., University of West Florida, USA, tem13@students.uwf.edu; Vaughan, P. P., University of West Florida, USA, pvaughan@uwf.edu; Chen, H., Florida State University, USA, candicefamu@yahoo.com; McKenna, A. A., Florida State University, USA, mckenna@magnet.fsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17731

DISENTANGLING THE ROLES OF RIVER DISCHARGE, PRODUCTIVITY, OIL BURNING & DISPERSANT ON THE MARINE OIL-SNOW DEPOSITION (MOSSFA) EVENT FOLLOWING THE DWH BLOWOUT

Hollander, D. J., University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, USA, davidh@usf.edu; Romero, I. C., University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, USA, isabelromero@mail.usf.edu; Schwing, P., University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, USA, pschwing@mail.usf.edu; Brooks, G., Eckerd College, USA, Gregg Brooks ; Kosta, J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, Joel Kostka ;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16838

RESPONSE OF SEDIMENT MICROBIAL COMMUNITY TO DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL

Mason, O. U., Florida State University, USA, omason@fsu.edu; Jansson, J. K., Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA, JRJansson@lbl.gov;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16653

A SUCCESSION IN MICROBIAL POPULATIONS PARALLELS THE EVOLUTION OF HYDROCARBON CHEMISTRY IN GULF OF MEXICO BEACH SANDS

Overholt, W. A., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, waoverholt@gatech.edu; Rodriguez-R, L. M., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, lmrodriguezr@gmail.com; Konstantinidis, K. T., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, kostas@ce.gatech.edu; Huettel, M., Florida State University, USA, mhuettel@fsu.edu; Kostka, J. E., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, joel.kostka@biology.gatech.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17313

RESPONSE OF FUNCTIONAL MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES TO THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL AND CHEMICAL DISPERSANT EXPOSURE

Zhou, J., University of Oklahoma, USA, jzhou@ou.edu; Van Nostrand, J. D., University of Oklahoma, USA, joy.vannostrand@ou.edu; Maxwell, M., Louisiana State Universiyt, USA, mmaxwe4@tigers.lsu.edu; Hou, A., Lousiana State University, USA, ahou@lsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16254

IDENTIFICATION OF MICROBIAL AND ABIOTIC OIL DEGRADATION PROCESSES USING HIGH-RESOLUTION GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY AND STABLE ISOTOPES

Aeppli, C., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, caeppli@bigelow.org; Nelson, R. K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rnelson@whoi.edu; Kinnaman, F. S., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, kinnaman@geol.ucsb.edu; Valentine, D. L., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, valentine@geol.ucsb.edu; Reddy, C. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, creddy@whoi.edu;

020 - Exploration of ocean circulation variability through Argo, satellite altimetry and other observations and assimilations

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 13120

ROSSBY WAVES OBSERVED BY SATELLITE GRAVITY IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC

Piecuch, C. G., Atmospheric and Environmental Research, USA, cpiecuch@aer.com;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 16238

MIXING LENGTH AND HORIZONTAL DIFFUSION FROM ARGO OBSERVATIONS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN

Cole, S. T., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, scole@whoi.edu; Owens, W. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bowens@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 13208

NEW SUBTHERMOCLINE OCEAN CIRCULATION FEATURES IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC OCEAN REVEALED BY THE ARGO AND OKMC PROFILING FLOAT PROGRAMS

Qiu, B., University of Hawaii, USA, bo@soest.hawaii.edu; Rudnick, D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, drudnick@ucsd.edu; Chen, S., University of Hawaii, USA, schen@soest.hawaii.edu; Kashino, Y., JAMSTEC, Japan, kashinoy@jamstec.go.jp; Sasaki, H., JAMSTEC, Japan, sasaki@jamstec.go.jp;

http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/oceanography/bo

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 17993

STATE ESTIMATION AND PREDICTION IN THE BIFURCATION REGION EAST OF THE PHILIPPINES.

Cornuelle, B. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, bcornuelle@ucsd.edu; Gopalakrishnan, G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, ggopalakrishnan@ucsd.edu; Rudnick, D. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, drudnick@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 13334

GEOSTROPHIC CIRCULATION IN THE TROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN BASED ON ARGO PROFILES

Yuan, D., Institute of Oceanology, CAS, China, dyuan@qdio.ac.cn; Zhang, Z., Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University, China, zhang_sky1985@126.com; Chu, P. C., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, p_c_chu@yahoo.com; Dewar, W. K., Florida State University, USA, dewar@ocean.fsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 14244

MERIDIONAL TRANSPORT IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC: ASSESSING SAM RELATED VARIABILITY

Zilberman, N., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, nzilberman@ucsd.edu; Roemmich, D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, droemmich@ucsd.edu; Gille, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sgille@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 13706

DECADAL VARIABILITY OF THE UPPER-OCEAN HEAT CONTENT IN THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE KUROSHIO EXTENSION VARIABILITY

Na, H., Hokkaido University, Japan, hna@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Kim, K., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, kwang56@snu.ac.kr; Minobe, S., Hokkaido University, Japan, minobe@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Sasaki, Y. N., Hokkaido University, Japan, sasakiyo@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 15920

SUBSURFACE TEMPERATURE STRUCTURE CHANGE IN ASSOCIATION WITH NEGATIVE PACIFIC DECADAL OSCILLATION SINCE THE LATE 2000S

Nonaka, M., JAMSTEC, Japan, nona@jamstec.go.jp; Hosoda, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, hosodas@jamstec.go.jp; Sasai, Y., JAMSTEC, Japan, ysasai@jamstec.go.jp; Sasaki, H., JAMSTEC, Japan, sasaki@jamstec.go.jp;

030 - Wind-generated waves and storm surge from meteorological activity

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17927

EXTREME SEA STATES: CALIBRATION OF OCEAN WAVE HINDCASTS WITH SEISMIC NOISE RECORDS

Ardhuin, F., Ifremer, France, ardhuin@ifremer.fr; Roland, A., T. U. Darmstadt, Germany, aaronroland@gmx.de; Filipot, J., France Energies Marines, France, jean-francois.filipot@shom.fr;

http://wwz.ifremer.fr/iowaga/

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13046

STATISTICAL PROPERTIES OF WIND WAVES GENERATED IN EXTREMELY-HIGH WIND CONDITION

Naohisa Takagaki, N., Kyoto University, Japan, takagaki@me.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Koji Iwano, K., Kyoto University, Japan, iwano.koji.53r@st.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Satoru Komori, S., Kyoto University, Japan, komori@mech.kyoto-u.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17468

DISTORTION OF THE VISCOUS SUBLAYER OF WIND OVER GRAVITY-CAPILLARY WAVES: WIND STRESS AND WAVE GROWTH

Cox, C. S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, cscox@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 14094

A MESHLESS APPROACH TO GLOBAL OCEAN WAVE MODELING

Webb, A., Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, adrean.webb@gmail.com; Fox-Kemper, B., Brown University, USA, baylor@brown.edu; Flyer, N., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, flyer@ucar.edu;

http://www.adreanwebb.com/abstracts/OceanSciences2014

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17281

INFLUENCE OF SMALL SCALE STRUCTURE ON SURFACE WAVE DISSIPATION

Deike, L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California San Diego, USA, ldeike@ucsd.edu; Popinet, S., Institut Jean le Rond d'Alembert, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France, s.popinet@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17443

THE EQUILIBRIUM DYNAMICS AND STATISTICS OF WIND DRIVEN GRAVITY-CAPILLARY WAVES

Melville, W. K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography/UC San Diego, USA, kmelville@ucsd.edu; Fedorov, A. V., Geology & Geophysics/Yale University, USA, alexey.fedorov@yale.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17636

MODELING FUTURE WAVE CLIMATES IN THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE, INFLUENCE OF SEA ICE REDUCTION

Neumeier, U., Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski, UQAR, Canada, urs_neumeier@uqar.ca; Ruest, B., Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski, UQAR, Canada, Benoit.Ruest@uqar.ca; Bismuth, E., Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski, UQAR, Canada, Eliott.Bismuth@uqar.ca; Dumont, D., Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski, UQAR, Canada, dany_dumont@uqar.ca;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17754

TOWARD A RELIABLE WAVE HINDCAST IN THE PACIFIC SECTOR OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Francis, O. P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, oceanaf@hawaii.edu; Panteleev, G. G., International Arctic Research Center, USA, gleb@iarc.uaf.edu; Stroh, J., International Arctic Research Center, USA, jnstroh@alaska.edu; Yaremchuk, M., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, yarmx@mail.ru;

032 - Examining connectivity in marine populations, from unicells to metazoans, using novel and integrated approaches

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15906

ASSESSMENT OF CONTEMPORARY CONNECTIVITY IN CORALS BY GENETIC ASSIGNMENT OF RECRUITS

Torda, G., James Cook University, Australia, gergely.torda@my.jcu.edu.au; Willis, B. L., James Cook University, Australia, bette.willis@jcu.edu.au; Lundgren, P., Monash University, Australia, petra.lundgren@monash.edu; van Oppen, M. J., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, m.vanoppen@aims.gov.au;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13464

LARVAL TRANSPORT AND RETENTION IN THE NORTHERN CANARY CURRENT UPWELLING SYSTEM

Santos, A. M., IPMA-Portuguese Oceanic and Atmospheric Institute, Portugal, amsantos@ipma.pt; Bartilotti , C., IPMA-Portuguese Oceanic and Atmospheric Institute, Portugal, cbartilotti@ipma.pt; Garrido, S., CO-LMG-Oceanography Centre/Guia Marine Laboratory/FCUL, Portugal, garridosus@gmail.com; Peliz , A., IDL-Instituto D. Luis/FCUL, Portugal, ajpeliz@fc.ul.pt; dos Santos, A., IPMA-Portuguese Oceanic and Atmospheric Institute, Portugal, antonina@ipma.pt;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 14760

EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FOR A SINK POPULATION IN A CORAL REEF FISH

Nanninga, G. B., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, gerrit.nanninga@kaust.edu.sa; Zhan, P., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, peng.zhan@kaust.edu.sa; Saenz-Agudelo, P., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, pablo.saenzagudelo@kaust.edu.sa; Hoteit, I., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ibrahim.hoteit@kaust.edu.sa; Berumen, M. L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, michael.berumen@kaust.edu.sa;

https://www.uwec.edu/help/html/c-summary.htm

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13538

OCEANOGRAPHIC INFLUENCES ON THE POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTURE OF ANTARCTIC FISHES

Young, E. F., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, eyoung@bas.ac.uk; De Bruyn, M., Bangor University, United Kingdom, m.debruyn@bangor.ac.uk; Tysklind, N., Bangor University, United Kingdom, bssc08@bangor.ac.uk; Murphy, E. J., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, ejmu@bas.ac.uk; Carvalho, G. R., Bangor University, United Kingdom, g.r.carvalho@bangor.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 17289

DISPERSAL KERNEL ESTIMATION: COMPARISONS OF EMPIRICAL AND MODELLED PARTICLE DISPERSION IN COASTAL MARINE AND LAKE SYSTEMS

Hrycik, J. M., Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Canada, janelle.hrycik@dal.ca; Chassé, J., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Gulf Fisheries Centre, Canada, Joel.Chasse@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Wells, M. G., Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada, wells@utsc.utoronto.ca; Ruddick, B. R., Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Canada, barry.ruddick@dal.ca; Taggart, C. T., Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Canada, chris.taggart@dal.ca;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13366

CONSEQUENCES OF ALTERNATIVE DISPERSAL STRATEGIES IN A PUTATIVELY AMPHIDROMOUS FISH

Hogan, J. D., Texas A&M - Corpus Christi, USA, james.hogan@tamucc.edu; McIntyre, P. B., University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA, pmcintyre@wisc.edu; Blum, M. J., Tulane University, USA, mjblum@tulane.edu; Gilliam, J. F., North Carolina State University, USA, jfgzo@mcsu.edu; Bickford, N., University of Great Falls, USA, nbickford01@ugf.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 16110

SPATIAL VARIATION IN OTOLITH GEOCHEMISTRY OF JUVENILE ATLANTIC COD, GADUS MORHUA, IN COASTAL NEWFOUNDLAND: ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL DRIVERS

Stanley, R. E., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, rstanley@mun.ca; Bradbury, I. R., Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, ian.bradbury@dfo-mpo.gc.ca ; Snelgrove, P. V., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, psnelgro@mun.ca; DiBacco, C., Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, ; Thorrold, S., Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 16950

MODELING AND MAPPING ISOTOPIC PATTERNS IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC DERIVED FROM THE LOGGERHEAD TURTLE

Ceriani, S. A., University of Central Florida, USA, simona.ceriani@gmail.com; Roth, J. D., University of Manitoba, Canada, jim.roth@umanitoba.ca; McClellan, C. M., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, c.mcclellan@exeter.ac.uk; Haas, H. L., National Marine Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, heather.haas@noaa.gov; Weishampel, J. F., University of Central Florida, USA, John.Weishampel@ucf.edu;

http://games.cos.ucf.edu

033 - Ocean Acidification in Coastal Environments

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 15803

HYPOXIA AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES CONCURRENTLY IMPACT ACIDIFICATION IN A SEASONALLY STRATIFIED COASTAL MARINE LAKE

Hagens, M., Department of Earth Sciences – Geochemistry, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, Netherlands, m.hagens@uu.nl; Slomp, C. P., Department of Earth Sciences – Geochemistry, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, Netherlands, c.p.slomp@uu.nl; Meysman, F., Department of Ecosystem Studies, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, filip.meysman@nioz.nl; Borges, A. V., Chemical Oceanography Unit, University of Liège, Belgium, alberto.borges@ulg.ac.be; Middelburg, J. J., Department of Earth Sciences – Geochemistry, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University, Netherlands, j.b.m.middelburg@uu.nl;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 15015

FIVE-YEAR TIME-SERIES OF SEAWATER CO2 CHEMISTRY REVEALS ACIDIFICATION OF THE BERMUDA CORAL REEF PLATFORM

Yeakel, K. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, kyeakel@acsmail.ucsd.edu; Andersson, A. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, aandersson@ucsd.edu; Bates, N., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, nick.bates@bios.edu; Noyes, T., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, tim.noyes@bios.edu; Collins, A., Bermuda Insitute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, andrew.collins@bios.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 14282

HIGH CO2 DETRIMENTALLY AFFECTS TISSUE REGENERATION OF RED SEA CORALS

Horwitz, R., Bar-Ilan University, Israel, horwitzrael@gmail.com; Fine, M., Bar-Ilan University, Israel, Maoz.Fine@biu.ac.il;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 17597

ACIDIFICATION RATES IN HAWAIIAN COASTAL WATERS

Dulaiova, H., University of Hawaii, USA, hdulaiov@hawaii.edu; Fuleky, P., University of Hawaii, USA, fuleky@hawaii.edu; Berg, C., Hawaiian Wildlife Tours, USA, cberg@pixi.com;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 13701

THE CHANGING CARBONATE CHEMISTRY OF CORAL REEFS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE OF REEF FORMATION

Cyronak, T. J., Southern Cross University, Australia, tcyronak@gmail.com; Schulz, K. G., Southern Cross University, Australia, Kai.Schulz@scu.edu.au; Santos, I. R., Southern Cross University, Australia, Isaac.Santos@scu.edu.au; Eyre, B. D., Southern Cross University, Australia, Bradley.Eyre@scu.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 16946

MULTIFACTORIAL RESPONSES TO INCREASED CO2 IN T. PSEUDONANA: POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON DIATOM CARBON AND NUTRIENT CYCLING

Ashworth, J., Institute for Systems Biology, USA, justin.ashworth@systemsbiology.org; Orellana, M. V., Institute for Systems Biology, USA, monica.orellana@systemsbiology.org; Lee, A., Institute for Systems Biology, USA, allison.lee@systemsbiology.org; Armbrust, E. V., University of Washington, USA, armbrust@uw.edu; Baliga, N. S., Institute for Systems Biology, USA, nitin.baliga@systemsbiology.org;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 16109

MEIO- AND MICRO-BENTHIC RESPONSE TO CO2 RELEASE IN COASTAL SEDIMENTS: INVESTIGATING IMPACTS OF POTENTIAL LEAKAGE IN CCS SYSTEMS

Ingels, J., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, jein@pml.ac.uk; Dashfield, S., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, sldas@oml.ac.uk; Widdicombe, S., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, swi@pml.ac.uk; Stahl, H., Scottish Association of Marine Sciences, United Kingdom, henrik.stahl@sams.ac.uk; Blackford, J., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, jcb@pml.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 13271

RATES OF BENTHIC DENITRIFICATION AND ANAMMOX UNDER PRESENT AND FUTURE OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS

CURRIE, A. R., SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR MARINE SCIENCE, United Kingdom, ashleigh.currie@sams.ac.uk; STAHL, H., SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR MARINE SCIENCE, United Kingdom, ;

039 - Ocean Circulation Variability and Air-Sea Interactions in the Western Pacific and Eastern Indian Ocean

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 12981

SIMULATIONS OF THE EDGE OF THE WESTERN PACIFIC WARM POOL IN CMIP5, AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENSO DYNAMICS.

Brown, J. N., CSIRO, Australia, jaci.brown@csiro.au; Langlais, C., CSIRO, Australia, clothilde.langlais@csiro.au; Maes, C., LEGOS, France, christophe.maes@ird.fr; Sen Gupta, A., UNSW, Australia, a.sengupta@unsw.edu.au; Graham, F., University of Tasmania, Australia, fsm@utas.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14493

RESPONSE OF MODE WATER AND SUBTROPICAL COUNTERCURRENT IN THE NORTH PACIFIC TO GREENHOUSE GAS AND AEROSOL FORCING

Liu, Q., Ocean University of China, China, liuqy@ouc.edu.cn; Wang, L., Ocean University of China, China, ; Xu, L., Ocean university of China, China, ; Xie , S. P., 2. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego, USA, sxie@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14090

DECADAL VARIABILITY OF THE SUBTROPICAL CELL AND THE SEA SURFACE HEIGHT IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC REVEALED BY A HISTORICAL OGCM SIMULATION

Yamanaka, G., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, gyamanak@mri-jma.go.jp; Tsujino, H., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, htsujino@mri-jma.go.jp; Nakano, H., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, hnakano@mri-jma.go.jp; Hirabara, M., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, mhirabar@mri-jma.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14914

INTENSIFICATION OF DECADAL (10-20YR) SEA LEVEL VARIABILITY IN THE WESTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC DURING RECENT DECADES

Han, W., University of Colorado, USA, whan@colorado.edu; Meehl, G. A., NCAR, USA, meehl@ucar.edu; Hu, A., NCAR, USA, ahu@ucar.edu; Alexander, M. A., NOAA, USA, michael.alexander@noaa.gov; Yamagata (and other coauthors), T., JAMESTEC, Japan, yamagata@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 16519

RECENTLY INTENSIFIED PACIFIC OCEAN WIND-DRIVEN CIRCULATION AND THE ONGOING WARMING HIATUS

England, M. H., University of New South Wales, Australia, M.England@unsw.edu.au; McGregor, S., University of New South Wales, Australia, Shayne.McGregor@unsw.edu.au; Spence, J. P., University of New South Wales, Australia, John.Spence@unsw.edu.au; Meehl, G. A., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, meehl@ucar.edu; Timmermann, A., University of Hawaii, USA, axel@hawaii.com;

http://web.science.unsw.edu.au/~matthew/

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 13073

LOW-FREQUENCY WESTERN PACIFIC OCEAN SEA LEVEL AND CIRCULATION CHANGES DUE TO THE CONNECTIVITY OF THE PHILIPPINE ARCHIPELAGO

Zhuang, W., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, zhuang@scsio.ac.cn; Qiu, B., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, bo@soest.hawaii.edu; Du, Y., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, duyan@scsio.ac.cn;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 15514

SEA SURFACE SALINITY AND BARRIER LAYER VARIABILITY IN THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC

Qu, T., University of hawaii, USA, tangdong@hawaii.edu; Song, Y. T., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Tony.Song@jpl.nasa.gov; Maes, C., IRD/LEGOS, France, Christophe.Maes@ird.fr;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 15647

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BARRIER LAYER VARIABILITY AND ENSO RECHARGE/DISCHARGE IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC WARM POOL REGION

Singh, A., University of the South Pacific, Fiji, awneshsingh@gmail.com; Brown, J. N., CSIRO, Australia, Jaclyn.Brown@csiro.au;

048 - Ocean primary productivity: Variability and influence

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14399

GLOBAL VARIABILITY IN THE GROSS TO NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION RATIO: PHYSIOLOGICAL DRIVERS, METHOD BIASES, AND UNCERTAINTIES

Juranek, L. W., Oregon State University, USA, ljuranek@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16815

GROSS PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION RATES ACROSS THE NORTH PACIFIC FROM TRIPLE OXYGEN ISOTOPES AND OXYGEN/ARGON DISSOLVED GAS RATIOS

Palevsky, H. I., University of Washington, USA, palevsky@uw.edu; Lockwood, D. E., University of Washington, USA, deirdrel@uw.edu; Armstrong, E. J., University of California, Berkeley, USA, armstrong@berkeley.edu; Quay, P. D., University of Washington, USA, pdquay@uw.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 17805

LINKING BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTION AND HYDROGRAPHY IN THE TRANSITION ZONE BETWEEN COASTAL UPWELLING AND SUBTROPICAL GYRE IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL S. PACIFIC (ETSP)

Prokopenko, M. G., Pomona College, USA, prokopen@usc.edu; Yeung, L. Y., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, lyyeung@ucla.edu; Haskell, W. Z., University of Southern California, USA, whaskell@usc.edu; Brix, H., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, hbrix@ucla.edu; Stanley, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, rstanley@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14322

SUBMESOSCALE BIOLOGICAL HOTSPOTS: INSIGHTS FROM A HIGH RESOLUTION TOWED OXYGEN PROFILER AND FROM SURFACE O2/AR RATIOS

Stanley, R. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rstanley@whoi.edu; McGillicuddy, D. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmcgillicuddy@whoi.edu; Sandwith, Z. O., Woods Hole Oceanographic Instiution, USA, zsandwith@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15355

CAN NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION BE ACCURATELY ESTIMATED FROM OXYGEN/ARGON RATIOS IN COASTAL UPWELLING ZONES? A MODELLING STUDY.

Teeter, L., University of Victoria, Canada, lteeter@uvic.ca; Hamme, R. C., University of Victoria, Canada, rhamme@uvic.ca; Ianson, D., Institude of Ocean Sciences, Canada, Debby.Ianson@dfo-mpo.gc.ca>; Bianucci, L., Dalhousie University, Canada, laura.bianucci@dal.ca;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 17010

ON THE SENSITIVITY OF THERMOCLINE OXYGEN CONCENTRATION TO CHANGES IN SPATIAL PATTERNS OF NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION

Primeau, F. W., University of California, Irvine, USA, fprimeau@uci.edu; Emerson, S. W., University of Washington, USA, emerson@u.washington.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 17332

EPISODICITY IN PHYTOPLANKTON DYNAMICS ON REGIONAL AND GLOBAL SCALES

Bror Jonsson, B. F., Princeton University, USA, bjonsson@princeton.edu; Salisbury, J., UNH, USA, joe.salisbury@unh.edu; Mahadevan, A., WHOI, USA, amala@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14316

ESTIMATES OF NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN BASED ON TIME SERIES OBSERVATIONS OF NUTRIENTS AND DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON IN DRAKE PASSAGE

Munro, D. R., University of Colorado, USA, david.munro@colorado.edu; Lovenduski, N. S., University of Colorado, USA, nicole.lovenduski@colorado.edu; Stephens, B. B., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, stephens@ucar.edu; Sweeney, C., University of Colorado, USA, colm.sweeney@noaa.gov; Arrigo, K. R., Stanford University, USA, arrigo@stanford.edu;

072 - The Southern Ocean and Its Role in the Climate System: Observations and Modeling of Physical and Biogeochemical Processes

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15662

CHARACTERIZING SCALES OF VARIABILITY IN DRAKE PASSAGE

Gille, S. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, sgille@ucsd.edu; Chereskin, T. K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, tchereskin@ucsd.edu;

http://www-pord.ucsd.edu/~sgille

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14647

THE ROLE OF STANDING MEANDERS IN COMPENSATING CHANGES IN WIND DRIVEN OVERTURNING IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN.

Le Sommer, J., LGGE, CNRS-Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France, julien.lesommer@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; Dufour, C. O., PAOS, Princeton University, USA, cdufour@princeton.edu; Zika, J. D., NOC Southampton, United Kingdom, J.D.Zika@soton.ac.uk; Gehlen, M., LSCE-IPSL, CEA-CNRS-UVSQ, France, marion.gehlen@lsce.ipsl.fr; Orr, J., LSCE-IPSL, CEA-CNRS-UVSQ, France, James.Orr@lsce.ipsl.fr;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14440

EDDIE GENERATION AND DECAY IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Zajaczkovski, U., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, uriel@ucsd.edu; Gille, S. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sgille@ucsd.edu; Mazloff, M. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mmazloff@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 16113

OCEAN STORM TRACKS, EDDY PARAMETERIZATION AND THE ROLE OF NONLINEAR INTRINSIC VARIABILITY IN SOUTHERN OCEAN DYNAMICS

Wilson, C., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, cwi@noc.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14503

RECENT TRENDS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN EDDY FIELD AND ANTARCTIC CIRCUMPOLAR CURRENT

Hogg, A. M., Australian National University, Australia, Andy.Hogg@anu.edu.au; Meredith, M. P., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, mmm@bas.ac.uk; Chambers, D., University of South Florida, USA, donc@usf.edu; Abrahamsen, E. P., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, epab@bas.ac.uk; Hughes, C. W., National Oceanography Centre, Liverpool, United Kingdom, cwh@noc.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15243

GILL'S MODEL OF THE ANTARCTIC CIRCUMPOLAR CURRENT, REVISITED

Marshall, D. P., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, marshall@atm.ox.ac.uk; Munday, D. R., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, munday@atm.ox.ac.uk; Allison, L. C., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, L.Allison@exeter.ac.uk; Hay, R. J., Yale University, USA, russell.hay@yale.edu; Johnson, H. L., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Helen.Johnson@earth.ox.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 16735

THE OCEAN CIRCULATION AND STRATIFICATION AT THE LAST GLACIAL MAXIMUM

Ferrari, R., MIT, USA, rferrari@mit.edu; Adkins, J., Caltech, USA, jess@gps.caltech.edu; Burke, A., Caltech, USA, aburke@caltech.edu; Jansen, M., GFDL, USA, mjansen@princeton.edu; Stewart, A., Caltech, USA, stewart@gps.caltech.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14263

SALT FEEDBACK IN THE ADIABATIC OVERTURNING CIRCULATION

WOLFE, C. L., UCSD - SIO, USA, clwolfe@ucsd.edu; Cessi, P., UCSD - SIO, USA, pcessi@ucsd.edu;

082 - Sediment Delivery, Transport and Deposition in Aquatic Environments

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 17501

TIDAL-CHANNEL FLOW AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN ENVIRONMENTS INFLUENCED BY THE TIDAL AMAZON RIVER, BRAZIL

Nowacki, D. J., University of Washington, USA, nowacki@uw.edu; Ogston, A. S., University of Washington, USA, ogston@ocean.washington.edu; Nittrouer, C. A., University of Washington, USA, nittroue@ocean.washington.edu; Souza-Filho, P. W., Universidade Federal do Pará, Brazil, walfir@ufpa.br; Asp, N. E., Universidade Federal do Pará, Brazil, nilsasp@ufpa.br;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 17924

CROSS-SHORE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT DUE TO NEAR-SHORE FRONTAL PROCESSES IN THE RHINE REGION OF FRESHWATER INFLUENCE

Horner-Devine, A. R., University of Washington, USA, arhd@uw.edu; Pietrzak, J. D., Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, ; Souza, A., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ajso@noc.ac.uk ; Henriquez, M., Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, m.henriquez@tudelft.nl; Meirelles, S., Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, s.meirellesnunesdarocha@tudelft.nl;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 14254

STUDY OF RIVER RUNOFF EFFECT ON SUSPENDED SEDIMENT PROPERTIES IN TURBID COASTAL WATERS USING SATELLITE OCEAN COLOR DATA AND MODEL SIMULATIONS

Liu, X., NOAA/NESDIS/STAR and CSU/CIRA, USA, Xiaoming.Liu@noaa.gov; Wang, M., NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA, Menghua.Wang@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 18093

CHARACTERISTICS OF SEDIMENT DELIVERY THROUGH THE TIDAL REACH OF AN ESTUARINE TRIBUTARY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY

Downing-Kunz, M. A., United States Geological Survey, USA, mokunz@usgs.gov; Schoellhamer, D. H., United States Geological Survey, USA, dschoell@usgs.gov;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 13712

UPWELLING REBOUND, EPHEMERAL SECONDARY PYCNOCLINES, AND THE CREATION OF A NEAR-BOTTOM WAVE GUIDE: IMPLICATIONS FOR SHELF SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION AND TRANSPORT

Cheriton, O. M., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, ocheriton@usgs.gov; Storlazzi, C. D., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, cstorlazzi@usgs.gov; McPhee-Shaw, E. E., Moss Landing Marine Labs, USA, eshaw@mlml.calstate.edu; Rosenberger, K. J., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, krosenberger@usgs.gov; Shaw, W. J., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, wjshaw@nps.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 17818

PATTERNS OF CONTINENTAL MARGIN SEDIMENTATION FROM PT. DUME TO OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA

Alexander, C. R., Skidaway Institue of Oceanography, USA, clark.alexander@skio.uga.edu; Kidwell, S. M., University of Chicago, USA, skidwell@uchicago.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 16958

AN EXAMINATION OF MODERN AND LATE HOLOCENE SEDIMENTATION IN SIMPSON LAGOON, ALASKA

Hanna, A. J., University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, USA, annie.m@utexas.edu; Allison, M. A., The Water Institute of the Gulf, USA, mallison@thewaterinstitute.org; Bianchi, T. S., University of Florida, USA, tbianchi@ufl.edu; Goff, J. A., University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, USA, goff@ig.utexas.edu; Marcantonio, F., Texas A&M University, USA, marcantonio@geos.tamu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 14327

CLINOTHEM MECHANICS ON THE MUDDY SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA SHELF

Denommee, K. C., Louisiana State University, USA, kdenom1@lsu.edu; Bentley, S. J., Louisiana State University, USA, sjb@lsu.edu;

108 - Synthesis and modeling of global-scale marine planktonic ecosystems and plankton functional types

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13895

REVISITING RYTHER: THE GLOBAL TRANSFER OF ENERGY FROM PHYTOPLANKTON TO FISH

Stock, C. A., NOAA/GFDL, USA, charles.stock@noaa.gov; Dunne, J. P., NOAA/GFDL, USA, john.dunne@noaa.gov; John, J. G., NOAA/GFDL, USA, jasmin.john@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17233

PRESENT AND FUTURE PLANKTON BIOGEOGRAPHY IN THE GLOBAL OCEAN

Vogt, M., Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland, meike.vogt@env.ethz.ch; O'Brien, C., Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland, colleen.obrien@env.ethz.ch; Brun, P., Danish Technical University, Denmark, bbrruunn@hotmail.com; Zimmermann, N. E., Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland, niklaus.zimmermann@wsl.ch; Gruber, N. P., Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland, nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 15683

SATELLITE VIEWS OF PHYTOPLANKTON FUNCTIONAL TYPES: SATELLITE PFT ALGORITHM INTERCOMPARISON

Hirata, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, tahi@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; Kostadinov, T., University of Richmond, USA, kostadinov.t@gmail.com; Hardman-Mountford, N., CSIRO, Australia, Nick.Hardman-Mountford@csiro.au; Brewin, R., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, robr@pml.ac.uk;

http://pft.ees.hokudai.ac.jp/satellite/index.shtml

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14345

GLOBAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYTOPLANKTON DIVERSITY AND PRODUCTIVITY IN THE OCEAN: KILLING-THE-WINNER

Vallina, S. M., MIT / CSIC, USA, vallina@icm.csic.es; Follows, M. J., MIT, USA, mick@ocean.mit.edu; Dutkiewicz, S., MIT, USA, stephdut@mit.edu; Montoya, J. M., CSIC, Spain, montoya@icm.csic.es; Loreau, M., CNRS, France, michel.loreau@ecoex-moulis.cnrs.fr;

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sergio_Vallina/

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17967

POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF GLOBAL WARMING ON PHYTOPLANKTON COMPETITION PROJECTED BY DIFFERENT GLOBAL ECOSYSTEM MODELS.

Hashioka Taketo, T., JAMSTEC, Japan, hashioka@jamstec.go.jp; Vogt Meike, M., ETH, Switzerland, ; Hirata Takafumi, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, ; Yamanaka Yasuhiro, Y., Hokkaido University, Japan, ; Doney Scott, S. C., WHOI, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14694

EFFECT OF ZOOPLANKTON GRAZING SELECTIVITY ON PHYTOPLANKTON COMPOSITION.

Sailley, S. F., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, sesa@pl.ac.uk; Polimene, L., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, luca@pml.ac.uk; Mitra, A., Swansea University, United Kingdom, A.Mitra@swansea.ac.uk ;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13583

VARIATIONS IN PHYTOPLANKTON PHENOLOGY ACROSS THE NORTH PACIFIC HINDCASTED WITH THE COMMUNITY EARTH SYSTEM MODEL 1.0 (CESM1)

Asch, R. G., Princeton University, USA, rasch@princeton.edu; Long, M. C., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, mclong@ucar.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17279

WHY DO CPR COCCOLITHOPHORES SEEM TO BE INCREASING IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC IN THE LAST 50 YEARS? IS THE NORTH ATLANTIC BECOMING THE NEXT BLACK SEA?

Rivero-Calle, S., Johns Hopkins University, USA, srivero1@jhu.edu; Gnanadesikan, A., Johns Hopkins University, USA, gnanades@jhu.edu; Del Castillo, C. E., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, carlos.e.delcastillo@nasa.gov; Balch, W., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, bbalch@bigelow.org; Guikema, S., Johns Hopkins University, USA, sguikem1@jhu.edu;

114 - Application of natural and anthropogenic radionuclides to the study of ocean processes

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 15890

OCEANIC DISPERSION MODEL INTERCOMPARISON: THE FUKUSHIMA CASE

Yukio/Masumoto, Y., University of Tokyo, Japan, masumoto@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; to the comparison project, p., , , ;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 16094

SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE AS A SOURCE OF RADIOACTIVITY TO THE OCEAN FROM THE FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

Charette, M. A., WHOI, USA, mcharette@whoi.edu; Breier, C., WHOI, USA, ; Kanda, J., Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, ; Nishikawa, J., University of Tokyo, Japan, ; Buesseler, K. O., WHOI, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 16325

OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE FOR FUKUSHIMA RADIONUCLIDE SIGNALS IN THE NORTH PACIFIC TWO YEARS AFTER THE RELEASE

Yoshida, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, syoshida@whoi.edu; Jayne, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sjayne@whoi.edu; Macdonald, A. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, amacdonald@whoi.edu; Buesseler, K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kbuesseler@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 15027

TIME SERIES MEASUREMENTS OF THE ARRIVAL OF FUKUSHIMA 137CS ON LINE P IN THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Smith, J. N., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, john.smith@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Brown, R. M., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, robin.brown@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 15536

DISTRIBUTION OF CAESIUM-134 IN THE NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN FOR SEVERAL YEARS AFTER THE FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT ACCIDENT BY EDDY RESOLVING MODEL

Tsubono, T., Central Research Institute of Electric Power industry, Japan, tsubono@criepi.denken.or.jp; Tsumune, D., Central Research Institute of Electric Power industry, Japan, tsumune@criepi.denken.or.jp; Aoyama, M., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, maoyama@mri-jma.go.jp; Hirose, K., Sophia University, Japan, hirose45037@mail2.accsnet.ne.jp; BRYAN, F. O., NCAR, USA, bryan@ucar.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 15867

NEW APPROACH FOR THE MODELLING OF RADIOCESIUM IN PELAGIC FOOD CHAIN IN THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC AFTER THE FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT

Belharet, M., Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire, France, mokrane.belharet@gmail.com; Estournel, C., Toulouse University/Laboratoire d'aérologie, France, claude.estournel@aero.obs-mip.fr; Charmasson, S., Institut de radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire, France, sabine.charmasson@ifremer.fr;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 14036

SINKING VELOCITY OF PARTICULATE RADIOCESIUM DERIVED FROM THE FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT ACCIDENT

Honda/Makio, M. C., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, hondam@jamstec.go.jp; Kawakami/Hajime, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, kawakami@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 14137

RADIOCESIUM DERIVED FROM THE FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT ACCIDENT IN SEABED SEDIMENTS: INVENTORIES AND THEIR TEMPORAL CHANGE

Otosaka, S., Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, otosaka.shigeyoshi@jaea.go.jp; Kato, Y., Tokai University, Japan, ykato@scc.u-tokai.ac.jp;

125 - The many faces of the marine N cycle

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17116

Co-occuring Nitrate Assimilation and Nitrification in the Sargasso Sea's Twilight Zone

Fawcett, S. E., Princeton University, USA, sfawcett@princeton.edu; Lomas, M. W., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, mlomas@biogelow.org; Ward, B. B., Princeton University, USA, bbw@princeton.edu; Sigman, D. M., Princeton University, USA, sigman@princeton.edu;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16252

NEW INSIGHTS INTO REDUCED NITROGEN: THE ROLE OF CYANATE IN THE MARINE NITROGEN CYCLE

Widner, B., Old Dominion University, USA, bwidner@odu.edu; Mulholland, M. R., Old Dominion University, USA, mmulholl@odu.edu; Mopper, K., Old Dominion University, USA, kmopper@odu.edu; Bernhardt, P., Old Dominion University, USA, pbernhar@odu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17194

AMMONIUM UPTAKE BY PHYTOPLANKTON REGULATES NITRIFICATION IN THE SUNLIT OCEAN

Smith, J. M., Stanford University, USA, jmsmith1@stanford.edu; Chavez, F. P., MBARI, USA, chfr@mbari.org; Francis, C. A., Stanford University, USA, caf@stanford.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17614

POPULATIONS DYNAMICS OF AMMONIA-OXIDIZING ARCHAEA AND BACTERIA DURING ESTUARINE PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS: HOW FIERCE IS THE FIGHT FOR AMMONIUM?

Damashek, J., Stanford University, USA, juliand@stanford.edu; Francis, C. A., Stanford University, USA, caf@stanford.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17541

MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF PLANKTONIC N-CYCLING MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN TROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Francis, C. A., Stanford University, USA, caf@stanford.edu; Lund, M. B., Stanford Univeristy, USA, ; Smith, J. M., Stanford University, USA, ; Lee, J. A., Stanford University, USA, ; Beman, J. M., University of California, Merced, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15950

ISOTOPIC SIGNATURE OF N2O AND ITS EMISSION FROM A EUTROPHICATED COASTAL BAY IN SOUTHERN CHINA

Wan, X., Xiamen Univeisity, China, wanxh@xmu.edu.cn; Xu, M., Xiamen Univeisity, China, 775881042@qq.com; Wu, Y., Xiamen Univeisity, China, 625902365@qq.com; Zheng, Z., Xiamen Univeisity, China, 602565307@qq.com; Kao, S., Xiamen Univeisity, China, sjkao@gate.sinica.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 14212

HYDROXYLAMINE AS A TRACER FOR NITRIFICATION IN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS

Kock, A., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, akock@geomar.de; Bange, H. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, hbange@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 14636

KEY GEOCHEMICAL FACTORS REGULATING MN(IV)-CATALYZED ANAEROBIC NITRIFICATION IN COASTAL MARINE SEDIMENTS

Taillefert, M., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, mtaillef@eas.gatech.edu; Hui, L., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA, linh1@ornl.gov;

130 - Interactions of pelagic or benthic organisms with turbulent water flow

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15523

STRATIFIED MIXING BY MICROORGANISMS

Wagner, G. L., University of California, San Diego, USA, glwagner@ucsd.edu; Young, W. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, , wryoung@ucsd.edu; Lauga, E., DAMPT, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, e.lauga@damtp.cam.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 16517

HYDROMECHANICAL SENSING AND BEHAVIOR BY OYSTER LARVAE IN TURBULENCE AND WAVES

Fuchs, H. L., Rutgers University, USA, hfuchs@marine.rutgers.edu; Gerbi, G. P., Skidmore College, USA, ggerbi@skidmore.edu; Hunter, E. J., Rutgers University, USA, hunter@marine.rutgers.edu; Christman, A. J., Rutgers University, USA, ajchristman@gmail.com; Diez, F. J., Rutgers University, USA, diez@jove.rutgers.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13358

ACARTIA TONSA RESPONSE TO BURGERS VORTEX: DECONSTRUCTING TURBULENCE-COPEPOD INTERACTIONS

Webster, D. R., Georgia Tech, USA, dwebster@ce.gatech.edu; Young, D. L., Georgia Tech, USA, dyoung8@gatech.edu; Yen, J., Georgia Tech, USA, jeannette.yen@biology.gatech.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 14444

AMBIENT FLUID MOTIONS INFLUENCE SWIMMING AND FEEDING BY THE CTENOPHORE MNEMIOPSIS LEIDYI

Sutherland, K. R., University of Oregon, USA, ksuth@uoregon.edu; Costello, J. H., Providence College, USA, costello@providence.edu; Colin, S. P., Roger Williams University, USA, scolin@rwu.edu; Dabiri, J. O., California Institute of Technology, USA, jodabiri@caltech.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15918

ANOMALOUS DIFFUSION AND MULTIFRACTALITY ENHANCE MATING ENCOUNTERS IN THE TURBULENT OCEAN

Seuront, L., CNRS, France, laurent.seuront@flinders.edu.au; Stanley, H. E., Boston University, USA, hes@bu.edu;

http://www.seuront.com

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13338

BEHAVIOR AND ADHESION OF SETTLING MARINE LARVAE IN TURBULENT PULSES OF WATER FLOW

Koehl, M., University of California, Berkeley, USA, cnidaria@berkeley.edu;

http://ib.berkeley.edu/labs/koehl

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15075

TURBULENT SHEAR SPURS SETTLEMENT IN SEA URCHIN AND SAND DOLLAR LARVAE VIA A PREVIOUSLY UNRECOGNIZED PATHWAY

Gaylord, B., Bodega Marine Laboratory, University of California at Davis, USA, bpgaylord@ucdavis.edu; Hodin, J., Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University and University of Washington, USA, seastar@stanford.edu; Ferner, M. C., San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and San Francisco State University, USA, mferner@sfsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 17277

EFFECTS OF NEAR-BED TURBULENCE ON SETTLEMENT AND RESUSPENSION OF FRESHWATER MUSSEL LARVAE

Quinn, N., University of Guelph, Canada, noel.quinn@sheridanc.on.ca; Ackerman, J. D., University of Guelph, Canada, ackerman@uoguelph.ca;

http://www.uoguelph.ca/~ackerman

132 - Undergraduate ocean science education in the 21st century: an exploration of successful practices

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 15258

THE USE OF ARGUMENTATION DRIVEN INQUIRY (ADI) LESSONS TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY CLASSES

Lutz, R. V., Tallahassee Community College, USA, Lutzr@tcc.fl.edu; Golden, B. W., University of Tennessee, USA, bwgolden@utk.edu; Balinsky, M., Tallahassee Community College, USA, Balinsm@tcc.fl.edu;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13400

ENGAGING LEARNERS IN THOUGHT-PROVOKING CONVERSATIONS ABOUT SCIENTIFIC ADVANCEMENTS: A NOVEL INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL

Cifuentes, L., Texas A & M University, Corpus Christi, USA, lauren.cifuentes@tamucc.edu; Sharp, K. H., Eckerd College, USA, sharpkh@eckerd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 17562

INNOVATIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMMING FOR UNDER-PREPARED COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS MAJORING IN STEM FIELDS

Frashure, K. M., Bunker Hill Community College, USA, kmfrashu@bhcc.mass.edu; Abukhidejeh , K., Bunker Hill Community College, USA, kabukhid@bhcc.mass.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16905

POWER UP! GIVING UNDERGRADUATES THE TOOLS TO MAKE IT IN THE OCEAN SCIENCE WORKFORCE

Davidson, E. R., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, ellynd@uvic.ca; Ewing, N. R., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, tasharei@uvic.ca;

http://www.oceannetworks.ca/learning/learning-events/power

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 15554

INTEGRATED WEB-BASED EXERCISES FOR INTERACTIVE LEARNING IN INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY

Brassell, S. C., Indiana University, USA, simon@indiana.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13361

FLIPPIN’ FLUID MECHANICS – IMPROVED STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING VIA WEB-BASED APPLICATIONS

Webster, D. R., Georgia Tech, USA, dwebster@ce.gatech.edu; Majerich, D. M., Georgia Tech, USA, dmajeric@cc.gatech.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16614

UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF SMARTPHONES TO ENABLE OCEAN SCIENCE EDUCATION

Johnson, Z. I., Duke University, USA, zij@duke.edu;

http://oceanography.ml.duke.edu/johnson/

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16978

THE REWARDS OF INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHING IN STEM COURSES: FROM STUDENT TO INSTITUITION

Goodwin, D. S., Sea Education Association, USA, DGoodwin@sea.edu; Schell, J. S., Sea Education Association, USA, JSchell@sea.edu; Siuda, A. N., Sea Education Association, USA, ASiuda@sea.edu;

140 - The Science of Plastic Marine Debris and other Anthropogenic Influences

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16768

COMPARATIVE MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND BIOGEOGRAPHY OF ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC “PLASTISPHERE” COMMUNITIES

Amaral-Zettler, L. A., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, amaral@mbl.edu; Boyd, G., Sea Education Association, USA, gboyd@seaed.org; Slikas, B., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, bslikas@mbl.edu; Zettler, E. R., Sea Education Association, USA, ezettler@sea.edu; Mincer, T. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tmincer@whoi.edu;

http://amarallab.mbl.edu

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17643

MICROBIAL SUCCESSION ON PLASTIC MARINE DEBRIS: DEVELOPMENT OF THE “PLASTISPHERE” COMMUNITY.

Zettler, E. R., Sea Education Association, USA, ezettler@sea.edu; Morrall, C., St. George's University, Grenada, CMorrall@sgu.edu; Proskurowski, G., University of Washington, USA, giora@uw.edu; Mincer, T. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tmincer@whoi.edu; Amaral-Zettler, L. A., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, amaral@mbl.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16822

INVESTIGATION OF MICROBIAL ADHERENCE AND VIRULENCE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH OPEN-OCEAN DERIVED PLASTIC MARINE DEBRIS: VIBRIO BACTERIA AS A MODEL SYSTEM

Mincer, T. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tmincer@whoi.edu; Guzzetta, V. S., DePauw University, USA, vincentguzzetta_2014@depauw.edu; Slikas, B., Marine Biological Laboratory, , bslikas@mbl.edu; Zettler, E. R., Sea Education Association, USA, ezettler@sea.edu; Amaral-Zettler, L. A., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, amaral@mbl.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17695

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN THE SAN JUAN BAY ESTUARY, PUERTO RICO

Perez, X., University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, xochitl.perez@upr.edu; Roberson, L., University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, loretta.roberson@gmail.com; Diaz, L., University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, lizvazquez8@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17479

SPATIAL PATTERNS OF MODERN POLLUTANTS IN TUNA: A GLOBAL ASSESSMENT

Bonito, L. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, lbonito@ucsd.edu; Nicklisch, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, snicklisch@ucsd.edu; Hamdoun , A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ahamdoun@ucsd.edu; Sandin, S. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ssandin@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13911

DEPOSITIONAL HISTORY OF POLYBROMINATED DIPHENYL ETHERS IN A DATED SEDIMENT CORE FROM TAMPA BAY, FL.

Simmons, C. C., University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, USA, ccsimmo2@mail.usf.edu; Jaward, F. M., University of South Florida, College of Public Health, USA, fjaward@health.usf.edu; Van Vleet, E. S., University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, USA, vanvleet@usf.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17964

AN INITIAL SURVEY OF PERFLUORINATED COMPOUNDS IN HAWAIIAN CETACEANS

Kurtz, A. E., Hawai`i Pacific University, USA, adamkurtz6@yahoo.com; Reiner, J. L., National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA, jessica.reiner@nist.gov; West, K. L., Hawai`i Pacific University, USA, kwest@hpu.edu; Jensen, B. A., Hawai`i Pacific University, USA, bjensen@hpu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 18098

INTEGRATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL GENOMICS: MECHANISMS UNDERLYING CONTAMINANT INDUCED TOXICITY IN COD (GADUS MORHUA)

Goksøyr, A., University of Bergen, Norway, anders.goksoyr@bio.uib.no; Yadetie, F., University of Bergen, Norway, fekadu.yadetie@mbi.uib.no; Eide, M., University of Bergen, Norway, marta.eide@bio.uib.no; Hogstrand, C., King's College, United Kingdom, christer.hogstrand@kcl.ac.uk; Karlsen, O. A., University of Bergen, Norway, odd.karlsen@mbi.uib.no;

http://vedlegg.uib.no/?id=821f8db1923a81bb5c1e6c3b61a335bc

157 - Habitat Modeling and Ecosystem Based Resource Management

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 18108

MODELING TROPHIC AND HABITAT IMPACTS ON BLUE CRAB POPULATION IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Ma, H., NOAA Fisheries - Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, Hongguang.Ma@noaa.gov; Townsend, H., NOAA Fisheries - NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, USA, Howard.Townsend@noaa.gov; Zhang, X., NOAA Fisheries - Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, Xinsheng.Zhang@noaa.gov; Christensen, V., University of British Columbia, Canada, v.christensen@fisheries.ubc.ca;

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 13570

USING SATELLITES AND AUVS IN AN INTEGRATED OCEAN OBSERVATORY TO IDENTIFY ATLANTIC STURGEON HABITAT

Breece, M. W., University of Delaware, USA, mwbreece@UDEL.edu; Oliver, M. J., University of Delaware, USA, moliver@UDEL.edu; Dunton, K. J., Stony Brook University , USA, keith.dunton@stonybrook.edu; Fox, D. A., Delaware State University , USA, Dfox@desu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 18049

PREDICTION AND EXPLANATION OF WHALE DISTRIBUTIONS WITH PRESENCE-ONLY DATA

Fiedler, P. C., NOAA Fisheries, USA, Paul.Fiedler@noaa.gov; Redfern, J. R., NOAA Fisheries, USA, Jessica.Redfern@noaa.gov; Félix, F., Comisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur, Ecuador, fefelix90@hotmail.com;

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 13057

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE DISTRIBUTION, SIZE, AND BIOTIC RELATIONSHIPS OF CHRISTMAS TREE CORALS IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT

Huff, D. D., UC Santa Cruz / NOAA SW Fisheries Ecology Div, USA, david.huff@noaa.gov; Yoklavich, M. M., NOAA SW Fisheries Ecology Div, USA, mary.yoklavich@noaa.gov; Love, M. S., UC Santa Barbara, USA, milton.love@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Watters, D. L., NOAA SW Fisheries Ecology Div, USA, diana.watters@noaa.gov; Lindley, S. T., NOAA SW Fisheries Ecology Div, USA, steve.lindley@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 17499

WATER QUALITY, HABITAT AND FISHERIES MODEL LINKAGES TO EXPLORE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Townsend, H. M., NOAA, USA, Howard.Townsend@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 13198

CORAL REEFS IN CRISIS: A CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM MODEL AS A MANAGEMENT DECISION SUPPORT TOOL

Weijerman, M., University of Wageningen/ University of Hawaii, Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, USA, mariska.weijerman@noaa.gov; Fulton, E. A., Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation , Australia, beth.fulton@csiro.au; Kaplan, I. C., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Northwest Fishery Science Center, USA, isaac.kaplan@noaa.gov; Brainard, R. E., NOAA, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, rusty.brainard@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 14437

USING SATELLITE TRACKING AND HABITAT MODELING TO INFER BLUE WHALE DISTRIBUTION AND MOVEMENT BEHAVIOR IN THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC

Palacios, D. M., Oregon State University, USA, daniel.palacios@oregonstate.edu; Mate, B. R., Oregon State University, USA, bruce.mate@oregonstate.edu; Bailey, H., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, hbailey@umces.edu; Irvine, L., Oregon State University, USA, ladd.irvine@oregonstate.edu; Bograd, S. J., National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, USA, steven.bograd@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 13607

USING HABITAT MODELS TO LOCATE ALTERNATIVE BLUEFIN TUNA SPAWNING GROUNDS IN THE ATLANTIC AND WESTERN CARIBBEAN.

Lamkin, J., NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, john.lamkin@noaa.gov; Muhling, B., University of Miami CIMAS, USA, barbara.muhling@noaa.gov; Roffer, M., Roffer's Ocean Fishing Forecasting Service, Inc., USA, roffers@bellsouth.net; Gerard, T., NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, trika.gerard@noaa.gov; Malca, E., University of Miami CIMAS, USA, estrella.malca@noaa.gov;

158 - Measuring and modeling internal waves and the turbulence cascade: a tribute to David Tang

2/24/2014 | 10:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13829

DIRECT QUANTIFICATION OF THE LARGE-SCALE DISTRIBUTION OF MIXING USING TEMPERATURE VARIANCE FROM SHIPBOARD CTD

Nash, J. D., Oregon State University, USA, nash@coas.oregonstate.edu; Moum, J. N., Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu; MacKinnon, J. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jmackinnon@ucsd.edu;

http://makani.coas.oregonstate.edu/

2/24/2014 | 10:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17522

TWO OBSERVATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON EDDIES, INTERNAL WAVES, AND TURBULENT DIAPYCNAL MIXING

Whalen, C. B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, cwhalen@ucsd.edu; Jennifer MacKinnon, J. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jmackinn@ucsd.edu; Talley, L. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ltalley@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15994

INTERNAL TIDE MIXING ON THE AUSTRALIAN NORTHWEST CONTINENTAL SHELF AND SLOPE

Jones, N. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, nicole.jones@uwa.edu.au; Bluteau, C. E., University of Western Australia, Australia, cynthia.bluteau@uwa.edu.au; Rayson, M. D., Stanford Univeristy, USA, mrayson@stanford.edu; Fringer, O. B., Stanford University, USA, fringer@stanford.edu; Ivey, G. N., University of Western Australia, Australia, greg.ivey@uwa.edu.au;

http://www.uwa.edu.au/people/nicole.jones

2/24/2014 | 11:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17383

OBSERVATIONS OF A KUROSHIO INTRUSION AND ASSOCIATED MIXING IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

Shearman, R. K., Oregon State University, USA, shearman@coas.oregonstate.edu; Lee, C. M., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, craig@apl.washington.edu; St. Laurent, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, , lstlaurent@whoi.edu; Shroyer, E. L., Oregon State University, USA, eshroyer@coas.oregonstate.edu; Simmons, H., University of Alaska Faibanks, USA, harper.simmons@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | 11:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17113

ON 'Q' AND THE LOCALNESS OF INTERNAL TIDE DISSIPATION

Sun, O. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, osun@whoi.edu; Jayne, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sjayne@whoi.edu; St. Laurent, L. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lstlaurent@whoi.edu; Polzin, K. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kpolzin@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | 11:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15046

ENERGY DISSIPATION OF LOW-MODE INTERNAL WAVES IN THE MID-SLOPE REGION OF LARGE SCALE TOPOGRAPHY

Gemmrich, J., University of Victoria, Canada, gemmrich@uvic.ca; Klymak, J., University of Victoria, Canada, jklymak@uvic.ca;

2/24/2014 | 12:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13199

A UNIFYING FRAMEWORK FOR PARAMETERIZING STABLY STRATIFIED TURBULENCE

Mater, B. D., Colorado State University, USA, benjamin.mater@colostate.edu; Venayagamoorthy, S. K., Colorado State University, USA, vskaran@colostate.edu;

2/24/2014 | 12:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17449

CONVECTIVE MIXING AND MIXING EFFICIENCY IN TURBULENT BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYERS INDUCED BY INTERNAL WAVES

Umlauf, L., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Reserach (IOW), Germany, lars.umlauf@io-warnemuende.de; Moum, J. N., Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu; Smyth, W. D., Oregon State University, USA, smyth@coas.oregonstate.edu;