Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/24/2014 | 14:00 - 16:00 | ORAL

015 - Physical-biological interactions in mesoscale eddies: governing processes and implications for the marine ecosystem

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13577

SURFACE CHLOROPHYLL ANOMALIES INDUCED BY MESOSCALE EDDIES IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL GYRE

Angel-Benavides, I. M., Institute of Coastal Research, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG), Germany, ingrid.angel@hzg.de; Garcia, C. A., Instituto de Oceanografia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG), Brazil, dfsgar@furg.br;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15974

WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC INTEGRATED PHYSICAL-BIOGEOCHEMICAL OCEAN OBSERVATION EXPERIMENT: NUTRIENT INPUTS AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN A SUBTROPICAL CYCLONIC EDDY

Suga, T., Tohoku University/JAMSTEC, Japan, suga@pol.gp.tohoku.ac.jp; Inoue, R., JAMSTEC, Japan, rinoue@jamstec.go.jp; Kouketsu, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, skouketsu@jamstec.go.jp; Honda, M., JAMSTEC, Japan, hondam@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15128

PHYSICAL AGGREGATION OF BUOYANT TRICHODESMIUM SPP. COLONIES THROUGH EDDY/WIND INTERACTION: OBSERVATIONS AND MODELING

Olson, E. M., MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography, USA, eolson@whoi.edu; McGillicuddy, D. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmcgillicuddy@whoi.edu; Davis, C. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cdavis@whoi.edu; Dyhrman, S. T., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, sdyhrman@ldeo.columbia.edu; Waterbury, J. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jwaterbury@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 14737

ROCK LOBSTER LARVAL TROPHIC LEVEL IS IMPACTED BY NITRATE RELEASE FROM COASTALLY TRAPPED PARTICLES WITHIN A MESOSCALE EDDY IN THE EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN

Waite, A. M., The University of Western Australia, Australia, Anya.Waite@uwa.edu.au; Jeffs, A., The University of Auckland, New Zealand, a.jeffs@xtra.co.nz; Stemmann, L., Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche , France, ; Beckley, L. E., Murdoch University, Australia, l.beckley@murdoch.edu.au; Thompson, P. A., CSIRO, Australia, P.A.Thompson@csiro.au;

http://www.uwa.edu.au

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 14414

RETENTION OF JUVENILE FISH IN A COASTAL MESOSCALE EDDY: FIELD OBSERVATIONS AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODELING

Simons, R. D., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, simons@eri.ucsb.edu; Nishimoto, M. M., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, mary.nishimoto@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Washburn, L., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, washburn@eri.ucsb.edu; Brown, K. S., University of Connecticut, USA, kevin.s.brown@uconn.edu; Siegel, D. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, davey@eri.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 16621

THREE-DIMENSIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF FISH LARVAE IN A CYCLONIC EDDY IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA DURING THE SUMMER

Sánchez Velasco, L., CICIMAR-Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico, lsvelasc@gmail.com; Lavín , M. F., CICESE, Mexico, mlavin@cicese.mx;

http://www.cicimar.ipn.mx/

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 14475

MESOSCALE EDDIES MAY DRIVE INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY IN OCEAN SURVIVAL OF PINK SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS GORBUSCHA

Kline, T. C., Thomas C. Kline, Jr. Ph. D., USA, tckline@gci.net;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 12989

BENEFITS OF LIVING LIFE ON THE EDGE: ENHANCED GROWTH AND FORAGING OPPORTUNITIES FOR JUVENILE SALMON INHABITING THE MARGINS OF THE SITKA EDDY

Moss, J. H., National Marine Fisheries Service, USA, jamal.moss@noaa.gov; Trudel, M., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, marc.trudel@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Beckman, B., National Marine Fisheries Service, USA, brian.beckman@noaa.gov; Crawford, W., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, bill.crawford@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

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

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 13933

CONSISTENCY OF THE CURRENT GLOBAL OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEMS FROM AN ARGO PERSPECTIVE

von Schuckmann, K., Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France, karina.von-schuckmann@univ-tln.fr; Sallée, J. B., LOCEAN-IPSL, CNRS / British Antarctic Survey, France, jbsallee@gmail.com; Chambers, D., University of South Florida, USA, donc@usf.edu; Le Traon, P. Y., Mercator Ocean / Ifremer, France, pierre-yves.letraon@mercator-ocean.fr; Cabanes, C., CNRS, Ifremer, France, cecile.cabanes@ifremer.fr;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 14961

A GLOBAL ANALYSIS OF SVERDRUP BALANCE USING ABSOLUTE GEOSTROPHIC VELOCITIES FROM ARGO

Gray, A. R., University of Washington, USA, alison@ocean.washington.edu; Riser, S. C., University of Washington, USA, riser@ocean.washington.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 15613

ESTIMATION OF THE GLOBAL OCEAN VERTICAL VELOCITY

Liang, X., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, xliang@mit.edu; Wunsch, C., Harvard University, USA, cwunsch@fas.harvard.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 14638

IMPROVED OCEAN STATE ESTIMATION BY USING A 4 DIMENSIONAL VARIATIONAL APPROACH

Masuda, S., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, smasuda@jamstec.go.jp; Doi, T., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, doit@jamstec.go.jp; Osafune, S., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, osafune@jamstec.go.jp; Sugiura, N., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, nsugiura@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 18068

EFFECTS OF CLIMATOLOGY TEMPERATURE SHIFTS ON ESTIMATIONS OF GLOBAL OCEAN HEAT CONTENT

Lyman, J. M., JIMAR-PMEL, USA, John.Lyman@noaa.gov; Johnson, G. C., PMEL, USA, Gregory.C.Johnson@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 16795

OBSERVED REGIONAL SEA LEVEL VARIABILITY AND ITS LARGE SCALE COMPONENTS

Forget, G., MIT, USA, gforget@mit.edu; Ponte, R., AER, USA, rponte@aer.com;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 13605

THE IMPACTS OF OCEAN SUBSURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM ON ESTIMATING GLOBAL OCEAN HEAT CONTENT

Cheng, L., ICCES, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, chenglij@mail.iap.ac.cn; Zhu, J., ICCES, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, jzhu@mail.iap.ac.cn;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 13560

A NEW GLOBAL SURFACE CURRENT CLIMATOLOGY, WITH APPLICATION TO THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND REGION

Lumpkin, R., NOAA/AOML, USA, Rick.Lumpkin@noaa.gov; Johnson , G., NOAA/PMEL, USA, Gregory.C.Johnson@noaa.gov; Flament , P., Univ. Hawaii, USA, pflament@hawaii.edu;

022 - Scaling up individual processes to ecosystem levels in an era of global change

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13963

EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON CORALLINE ALGAE: INTEGRATING EXPERIMENTS, HISTORICAL DATA, AND MODELS ACROSS PHYSIOLOGICAL, POPULATION, AND ECOSYSTEM LEVELS

McCoy, S. J., The University of Chicago, USA, mccoy@uchicago.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 17560

SCALING UP THE EFFECTS ON INDIVIDUAL MARINE ORGANISMS TO THEIR POPULATION CONSEQUENCES AND BEYOND

Botsford, L. W., University of California, Davis, USA, lwbotsford@ucdavis.edu; Dedrick, A. G., University of California, USA, agdedrick@ucdavis.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 16673

A DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS LINK BETWEEN TRAITS AND COMMUNITIES

Record, N. R., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, nrecord@bigelow.org; Pershing, A. J., University of Maine, USA, ; Maps, F., Université Laval, Canada, ;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15236

PATTERNS OF ADULT AND PROGENY SIZE IN THE OCEAN: FROM ROTIFERS TO WHALES.

Neuheimer, A. B., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, abneuheimer@gmail.com; Hartvig, M., Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, martin.hartvig@bio.ku.dk; Heuschele, J., Center for Ocean Life, National Institute of Aquatic Resources Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, jheu@aqua.dtu.dk; Hylander, S., Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Linnaeus University, Sweden, samuel.hylander@lnu.se; Kiørboe, T., Center for Ocean Life, National Institute of Aquatic Resources Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, tk@aqua.dtu.dk;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13851

USING COPEPOD PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY TO UNDERSTAND VARIABILITY IN THE BIOLOGICAL CARBON PUMP

Stamieszkin, K., University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences, USA, karen.stamieszkin@maine.edu; Pershing, A. J., University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences/Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, apershing@gmri.org; Record, N. R., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, nrecord@bigelow.org;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13183

DOES WARMING ENHANCE THE EFFECT OF MICROZOOPLANKTON GRAZING ON MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE OCEAN?

Chen, B., Xiamen University, China, bzchen2011@xmu.edu.cn; Landry, M. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mlandry@ucsd.edu; Huang, B., Xiamen University, China, bqhuang@xmu.edu.cn; Liu, H., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China, liuhb@ust.hk;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 14794

SHAPE-SHIFTING PELAGIC INVERTEBRATES RESOLVE MAJOR CONTRADICTIONS IN METABOLIC SCALING

Hirst, A. G., Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom, a.g.hirst@qmul.ac.uk; Glazier, D. S., Juniata College, USA, GLAZIER@Juniata.Edu; Atkinson, D., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, davida@liverpool.ac.uk;

http://www.sbcs.qmul.ac.uk/staff/andrewhirst.html

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15156

DRAWING UPON METABOLIC THEORY TO FORECAST FISH COMMUNITY CHARACTERISTICS IN A CHANGING CLIMATE

Mills, K. E., University of Maine and Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, kmills@gmri.org; Pershing, A. J., Gulf of Maine Research Institute and University of Maine, USA, apershing@gmri.org;

033 - Ocean Acidification in Coastal Environments

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 17023

FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO VARIABILITY IN PCO2 AND CALCITE MINERAL SATURATION STATE IN A SENSITIVE COASTAL ECOSYSTEM

Salisbury, J., University of New Hampshire, USA, joe.salisbury@unh.edu; Vandemark, D., University of New Hampshire, USA, Doug.Vandemark@unh.edu; Hunt, C. W., University of New Hampshire, USA, chunt@unh.edu; Sabine, C., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory , USA, chris.sabine@noaa.gov; Musielewicz, S., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory , USA, sylvia.musielewicz@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 17379

HYPOXIA AND OCEAN ACIDIFICATION OF THE COASTAL WATERS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST: EVALUATION OF SEASONAL PREDICTIONS OF HYPOXIA AND PH

Siedlecki, S. A., University of Washington, USA, siedlesa@uw.edu; Hermann, A., University of Washington, USA, hermann@uw.edu; Bond, N., University of Washington, USA, nab3met@u.washington.edu; Alin, S., NOAA-PMEL, USA, simone.r.alin@noaa.gov; Feely, R., NOAA-PMEL, USA, richard.a.feely@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 13661

ATTRIBUTION OF CORROSIVE BOTTOM-WATER CONDITIONS TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND OTHER ESTUARINE DRIVERS IN PUGET SOUND: AN UPDATED ANALYSIS

Alin, S. R., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, simone.r.alin@noaa.gov; Feely, R. A., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, richard.a.feely@noaa.gov; Newton, J. A., University of Washington, USA, newton@apl.washington.edu; Krembs, C., Washington Department of Ecology, USA, ckre461@ecy.wa.gov; Devol, A., University of Washington, USA, devol@uw.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 16505

VULNERABILITY OF A SEMI- ENCLOSED ESTUARINE SEA TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Ianson, D., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, debby.ianson@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Allen, S. E., University of British Columbia, Canada, sallen@eos.ubc.ca; Moore-Maley, B., University of British Columbia, Canada, bmoorema@eos.ubc.ca; Johannessen, S., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, sophia.johannessen@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; MacDonald, R., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, robie.macdonald@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 15671

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION OBSERVING SYSTEMS: LOCAL TO GLOBAL

Newton, J. A., University of Washington/NANOOS-IOOS, USA, newton@apl.washington.edu; Willis, Z., US IOOS, USA, ; Jewett, L., NOAA OAP, USA, ; Feely, R., NOAA PMEL, USA, ;

http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/co2/GOA_ON/2013/

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 15012

CO2-INDUCED ACIDIFICATION OF THE LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES

Phillips, J. C., University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA, jennphillips3@gmail.com; McKinley, G. A., University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA, gamckinley@wisc.edu; Bootsma, H. A., University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, USA, hbootsma@uwm.edu; Sterner, R. W., University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, USA, stern007@umn.edu; Urban, N. R., Michigan Technological University , USA, nurban@mtu.edu;

http://www.aos.wisc.edu/~galen/

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 14791

MITIGATION OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION IN COASTAL SYSTEMS THROUGH ENHANCED MINERAL WEATHERING

Montserrat, F., Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, francesc.montserrat@nioz.nl; Meysman, F. J., Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, filip.meysman@nioz.nl;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 13001

IMPACTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON FOOD-WEB STRUCTURE: A MESOCOSM EXPERIMENT (APRIL 2013) IN HIGH CO2 WATERS OF NATURAL ORIGIN AT THE UW FHL

Murray, J. W., University of Washington, USA, jmurray@u.washington.edu; Lessard, E., University of Washington.edu, USA, elessard@uw.edu; Morris, R., University of Washington, USA, morrisrm@uw.edu; Kodner, R., Western Washington University, USA, robin.kodner@wwu.edu; Foy, M., University of Washington, USA, mfoy@ocean.washington.edu;

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

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 13123

GLIDER-MEASURED SOLOMON SEA TRANSPORT TIME SERIES

Kessler, W. S., NOAA/PMEL, USA, william.s.kessler@noaa.gov; Davis, R. E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, redavis@ucsd.edu; Sherman, J. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jtsherman@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 16083

TIME VARIABILITY OF THE EAST CALEDONIAN CURRENT

marin, F., IRD / LEGOS, New Caledonia, frederic.marin@ird.fr; fuda, J. L., IRD / US191 IMAGO, New Caledonia, jean-luc.fuda@ird.fr; durand, F., IRD / LEGOS, France, fabien.durand@legos.obs-mip.fr;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 15708

Q-IMOS MONITORING OF THE WESTERN BOUNDARY CURRENTS OF THE CORAL SEA AND GREAT BARRIER REEF EXCHANGES

Steinberg, C. R., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, c.steinberg@aims.gov.au; McAllister, F., Australian Institute of Marine Science, , f.mcallister@aims.gov.au; Rigby, P., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, p.rigby@aims.gov.au; Munoz Mas, C., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, c.munozmas@aims.gov.au; Tonin, H., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, h.tonin@aims.gov.au;

http://www.aims.gov.au

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 13128

LAMON BAY: KUROSHIO BIRTH AND THE NEC BIFURCATION

Gordon, A. L., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, agordon@ldeo.columbia.edu; Flament, P., SOEST, University of Hawaii, USA, pflament@hawaii.edu; Villanoy, C. L., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Philippines, c.villanoy@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14381

ORIGINS OF THE KUROSHIO AND MINDANAO CURRENTS: GLIDER-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF THE KUROSHIO IN THE VICINITY OF LUZON STRAIT

Lee, C. M., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, craig@apl.washington.edu; Ma, B., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, barry@apl.washington.edu; Lien, R. C., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, lien@apl.washington.edu; Rainville, L., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, rainville@apl.washington.edu; Yang, K. C., National Taiwan University, USA, kcyang.apl@gmail.com;

http://iop.apl.washington.edu

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14062

EFFECT OF EDDIES ON THE KUROSHIO TRANSPORT AT THE ENTRANCE OF LUZON STRAIT

Ma, B. B., University of Washington, USA, barry@apl.uw.edu; Lien, R., University of Washington, USA, lien@apl.uw.edu; Lee, C. M., University of Washington, USA, craig@apl.uw.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14266

EDDY-MEAN FLOW INTERACTIONS IN THE LOW LATITUDE KUROSHIO CURRENT IN AN EDDYING GLOBAL OCEAN MODEL

McClean, J. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jmcclean@ucsd.edu; Yulaeva, E. V., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, eyulaeva@ucsd.edu; Delman, A. S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, adelman@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14029

STRUCTURE AND VARIABILITY OF THE NORTH EQUATORIAL CURRENT AND MINDANAO CURRENT: GLIDER OBSERVATIONS

Schonau, M. C., University of California San Diego, USA, mcschonau@ucsd.edu; Rudnick, D. L., University of California San Diego, USA, drudnick@ucsd.edu;

http://

043 - Biogenic trace gases in the surface ocean: from source to flux

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16013

NITROUS OXIDE IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Arévalo-Martínez, D. L., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, darevalo@geomar.de; Bange, H. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, hbange@geomar.de; Kock, A., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, akock@geomar.de; Körtzinger, A., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, akoertzinger@geomar.de; Steinhoff, T., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, tsteinhoff@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13029

DISSOLVED METHANE AND NITROUS OXIDE IN THE EAST CHINA SEA: DISTRIBUTIONS AND FLUXES

Zhang, G., Ocean University of China, China, guilingzhang@ouc.edu.cn; Zhang, J., East China Normal University, China, jzhang@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn; Liu, S., Ocean University of China, China, sumeiliu@ouc.edu.cn; Cao, X., Ocean University of China, China, ; Ma, X., Ocean University of China, China, ;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13265

TRACE GAS DISTRIBUTION AND FLUXES IN THE BENGUELA UPWELLING SYSTEM

Rehder, G., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, gregor.rehder@io-warnemuende.de; Werner, J., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, ; Lenz, S., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, ; Bange, H. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ; Quadfasel, D., Zentrum für Marine und Atmosphärische Wissenschaften Universität Hamburg (ZMAW), Germany, ;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17592

MONTHLY TIME SERIES OF WATER COLUMN N2O AND CH4 IN SAANICH INLET, BC; A SEASONALLY ANOXIC FJORD

Capelle, D. W., Univeristy of British Columbia, Canada, dcapelle@eos.ubc.ca; Tortell, P. T., University of British Columbia, Canada, ptortell@eos.ubc.ca; Hawley, A. K., University of British Columbia, , alysekh@mail.ubc.ca; Torres-Beltran, M., University of British Columbia, Canada, ; Hallam, S. J., University of British Columbia, Canada, shallam@interchange.ubc.ca;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13695

MARINE DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (DOM) COMPOSITION DRIVES THE PRODUCTION AND CHEMICAL SPECIATION OF BROMINATED VERY SHORT-LIVED SUBSTANCES

Liu, Y., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, yina.liu@whoi.edu; Thornton, D. C., Texas A&M University, USA, thornton@ocean.tamu.edu; Yvon-Lewis, S. A., Texas A&M University, USA, syvon-lewis@ocean.tamu.edu; Bianchi, T. S., University of Florida , USA, tbianchi@ufl.edu; Shields, M., Texas A&M University, USA, shields892@tamu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17163

PROCESSES CONTRIBUTING TO HALOCARBON EMISSIONS FROM THE TROPICAL OCEAN

Hepach, H., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum fuer Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, hhepach@geomar.de; Quack, B., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum fuer Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, ; Raimund, S., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum fuer Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, ; Fuhlbruegge, S., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum fuer Ozeanforschung Kiel, , ; Bracher, A., Helmholtz-University Young Investigators Group PHYTOOPTICS, Alfred-Wegener-Institute (AWI) Helmholtz, Germany, ;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13037

BROMOFORM IN THE OPEN OCEAN

Stemmler, I., University of Hamburg, Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Science, Germany, irene.stemmler@zmaw.de; Hense, I., University of Hamburg, Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Science, Germany, inga.hense@zmaw.de;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 15972

SURFACE OCEAN AMMONIUM DYNAMICS: TOWARDS AN IMPROVED ESTIMATE OF GLOBAL MARINE AMMONIA EMISSIONS

Johnson, M. T., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, martin.johnson@uea.ac.uk; Bell, T. G., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, tbe@pml.ac.uk; Paulot, F., Harvard University, USA, paulot@seas.harvard.edu; Woodward, M., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, m.woodward@pml.ac.uk;

048 - Ocean primary productivity: Variability and influence

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14987

THE BALANCE OF NEW AND EXPORT PRODUCTION IN THE BISMARCK STRAIT, WESTERN ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

Stukel, M. R., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, mstukel@umces.edu; Ducklow, H. W., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, hducklow@ldeo.columbia.edu; Schofield, O., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Erickson, M. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, merickson@mbl.edu; Strebel, S., , , strebelstefanie@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16576

PHYTOPLANKTON PRIMARY PRODUCTION EFFICIENCIES ARE STRONGLY INFLUENCED BY SPECIES-SPECIFIC PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON UTILIZATION STRATEGIES

Halsey, K. H., Oregon State University, USA, halseyk@science.oregonstate.edu; Jones, B. M., Oregon State University, USA, bethan.jones@science.oregonstate.edu; Behrenfeld, M. J., Oregon State University, USA, mjb@science.oregonstate.edu; Milligan, A. J., Oregon State University, USA, allen.milligan@science.oregonstate.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16607

RUBISCO IN COLD SEAS

Young, J. N., Princeton University, USA, jny@princeton.edu; Tortell, P. D., University of British Columbia, Canada, ptortell@eos.ubc.ca; Morel, F. M., Princeton University, USA, morel@princeton.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16734

PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND RESPIRATION IN COLD WATERS: INSIGHTS FROM MEASUREMENT IN THE WEST ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

Goldman, J. A., Princeton University, USA, johannag@princeton.edu; Tortell, P. D., University of British Columbia, Canada, pdtortell@gmail.com; Morel, F. M., Princeton University, USA, morel@princeton.edu; Bender, M. L., Princeton University, USA, bender@princeton.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14879

PICOPLANKTON RULE! FROM THE LABRADOR TO THE SARGASSO SEA: SIZE-FRACTIONATED AND GROUP-SPECIFIC RATES OF PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY

Bachman, B. E., University of South Carolina, USA, b.cotti19@gmail.com; Lomas, M. W., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, mlomas@bigelow.org; Richardson, T. L., University of South Carolina, USA, tammirichardson@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15317

EARLY SPRING PHYTOPLANKTON DYNAMICS IN THE SUBPOLAR NORTH ATLANTIC: THE INFLUENCE OF HETEROTROPHIC-PROTIST HERBIVORY

Morison, F., University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography, USA, fmorison@my.uri.edu; Menden-Deuer, S., University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography, USA, smenden@mail.uri.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16126

SATELLITE-DETECTED FLUORESCENCE: DECOUPLING NON-PHOTOCHEMICAL QUENCHING FROM IRON STRESS SIGNALS IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC AND SOUTHERN OCEAN

Browning, T. J., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, thomasb@earth.ox.ac.uk; Bouman, H. A., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, heatherb@earth.ox.ac.uk; Moore, C. M., Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, c.moore@noc.soton.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15865

PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROTEIN STOICHIOMETRY AND PHOTOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES TO IRON STRESS IN THE HIGH LATITUDE NORTH ATLANTIC

Macey, A. I., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, tsb@soton.ac.uk; Ryan-Keogh, T. J., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, tjs305@noc.soton.ac.uk; Richier, S., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, s.richier@noc.soton.ac.uk; Moore, C. M., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, c.moore@noc.soton.ac.uk; Bibby, T. S., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, tsb@soton.ac.uk;

070 - Policy Impacts of Ocean Research: Communicating Science to Decision-makers

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13004

CATAPULTS, FERRIES AND BRIDGES: MOVING OCEAN SCIENCE RESULTS TO APPLICATIONS

Turner, B., NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, USA, elizabeth.turner@noaa.gov; Dowgiallo, M., NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, , michael.dowgiallo@noaa.gov;

http://coastalscience.noaa.gov

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 15558

THE TIDE FLOWS BOTH WAYS: COMMUNICATING SCIENCE TO POLICY AND POLICY TO SCIENCE

Abeles, A., Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, USA, abeles@stanford.edu; Erickson, A. L., Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, USA, ashleye1@stanford.edu; Deans, N. L., Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, USA, ndeans@stanford.edu; Martone, R. G., Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, USA, rmartone@stanford.edu; Kappel, C. V., National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, kappel@nceas.ucsb.edu;

http://www.oceantippingpoints.org/

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 17921

THE OCEAN IN THE INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE POLICY FORUM

Eddebbar, Y. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, yeddebbar@ucsd.edu; Gallo, N., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ndgallo@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 18116

THE LONDON CONVENTION, OCEAN FERTILIZATION AND LEGITIMATE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Westley, M. B., NOAA GFDL, USA, marian.westley@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 17558

BUILDING A BETTER MOUSETRAP (I.E. WEB MAP).

Coughlin, R. A., PacIOOS, USA, rac88@hawaii.edu; Barbee, M., PacIOOS, USA, mbarbee@hawaii.edu; Fletcher, C., PacIOOS, USA, fletcher@soest.hawaii.edu; Iwamoto, M., PacIOOS, USA, mmiwamot@hawaii.edu; Schaubach, M., PacIOOS, USA, mbs9549@uncw.edu; Potemra, J. T., University of Hawaii, USA, jimp@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 17609

UNDERSTANDING THE USE OF SCIENCE IN WASHINGTON STATE CLIMATE LEGISLATION

Fassbender, A., University of Washington, USA, afassben@uw.edu; Bushinsky, S. M., University of Washington, USA, smbush@u.washington.edu; Maloney, A., University of Washington, USA, ashjames@uw.edu; Newsom, E., University of Washington, USA, enewsom@uw.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 17071

OCEAN CARBON FEEDBACKS AND CLIMATE POLICY

Majkut, J. D., Princeton University, USA, jmajkut@princeton.edu; Sarmiento, J. L., Princeton University, USA, jls@princeton.edu; Froelicher, T. L., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, thomas.froelicher@usys.ethz.ch;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 17547

GETTING THE QUESTIONS RIGHT: THE ROLE OF BOUNDARY ORGANIZATIONS IN ADVANCING UNDERSTANDING OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND HYPOXIA

O'Donnell, M. J., California Ocean Science Trust, USA, m.odonnell@calost.org; Knight, E., California Ocean Science Trust, USA, emily.knight@calost.org; Meyer, R., California Ocean Science Trust, USA, ryan.meyer@calost.org; Boehm, A. B., Stanford University, USA, aboehm@stanford.edu;

http://calost.org/science-advising/?page=ocean-acidification-and-hypoxia-panel

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

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 13307

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL CHANGES IN THE FRESHWATER INPUTS TO THE OCEAN WEST OF THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

Meredith, M. P., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, mmm@bas.ac.uk; Venables, H. J., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, hjv@bas.ac.uk; Stammerjohn, S. E., University of Colorado, USA, sharon.stammerjohn@colorado.edu; Leng, M. J., British Geological Survey, United Kingdom, mjl@nigl.nerc.ac.uk; Ducklow, H. W., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA, hducklow@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17193

ON THICKNESS CHANGES OF ANTARCTIC GLACIERS/ICE SHELVES ASSOCIATED WITH POLYNYA FORMATION

Schodlok, M., UCLA, USA, mschodlok@ucla.edu; Khazendar, A., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, USA, ala.khazendar@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14640

SEA-ICE FRESHWATER FLUX: AN IMPORTANT DRIVER OF RECENT SOUTHERN OCEAN SALINITY CHANGES

Haumann, F. A., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, alexander.haumann@usys.ethz.ch; Muennich, M., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, munnich@env.ethz.ch; Frenger, I., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, ivy.frenger@env.ethz.ch; Gruber, N., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14304

FLAVORS OF SOUTHERN OCEAN STRATIFICATION

Stewart, K., The Johns Hopkins University, USA, kialstewart@jhu.edu; Haine, T., The Johns Hopkins University, USA, Thomas.Haine@jhu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14287

INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN OCEAN TEMPERATURE AND WEST ANTARCTIC MASS CHANGE

Firing, Y. L., Jet Propulsion Lab, California Institute of Technology, USA, Yvonne.L.Firing@jpl.nasa.gov; Boening, C., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Carmen.Boening@jpl.nasa.gov; Watkins, M. M., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Michael.M.Watkins@jpl.nasa.gov; Wiese, D., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, David.N.Wiese@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15487

AN ANALYSIS OF OPPOSING TRENDS IN ANTARCTIC SEA ICE DIPOLE FROM OBSERVATIONAL DATA

Chang, C., Academia Sinice, Taiwan ROC, midicarcas@gmail.com; Johnson, N. C., University of Hawaii, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17642

INTERACTION BETWEEN MODIFIED CIRCUMPOLAR DEEP WATER AND THE AMERY ICE SHELF, EAST ANTARCTICA

Herraiz–Borreguero, L., University of Tasmania/Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, Australia, lherraiz@utas.edu.au; Coleman, R., University of Tasmania/Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Australia, Richard.Coleman@utas.edu.au; Rintoul, S. R., CSIRO, Australia, steve.rintoul@csiro.au; Allison, I., University of Tasmania/Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, Australia, ian.allison@utas.edu.au; Craven, M., Australian Antarctic Division, Australia, mike.craven@aad.gov.au;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17578

SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF GLACIAL MELTWATER ON THE AMUNDSEN SEA SHELF

Yuan, X., Columbia University, USA, xyuan@ldeo.columbia.edu; Sambrotto, R., Columbia University, USA, sambrott@ldeo.columbia.edu; Stammerjohn, S., University of Colorado, Boulder, USA, sharon.stammerjohn@colorado.edu; Björk, G., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, gobi@gvc.gu.se; Wahlin, A., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, anna.wahlin@gu.se;

082 - Sediment Delivery, Transport and Deposition in Aquatic Environments

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 14684

THE EFFECT OF THE TIDAL BASIN GEOMETRY ON THE NET SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A TIDAL INLET

Ridderinkhof, W., Utrecht University, Netherlands, W.Ridderinkhof@uu.nl; de Swart, H. E., Utrecht University, Netherlands, H.E.deSwart@uu.nl; van der Vegt, M., Utrecht University, Netherlands, M.vanderVegt@uu.nl; Alebregtse, N. C., Utrecht University, Netherlands, N.C.Alebregtse@uu.nl; Hoekstra, P., Utrecht University, Netherlands, P.Hoekstra@uu.nl;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 13902

SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PROCESSES AND BEDFORM MOBILITY DURING MAJOR STORMS ON GRAND BANKS

Li, M. Z., Geological Survey of Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, NS, B2Y 4A2, Canada, mli@nrcan.gc.ca; Prescott, R. H., Prescott and Zou Consulting, Halifax, NS, Canada, ; Wu, Y., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, NS, Canada, ; King, E. L., Geological Survey of Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, NS, Canada, ; Han, G., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre, St. John’s, NL, Canada, ;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 14743

IMPACT OF TYPHOON MORAKOT ON SUSPENDED PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS ON THE EAST CHINA SEA INNER SHELF

Li, Y., Third Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, liyunhai1980@gmail.com; Li, D., Third Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, ; Yin, X., Third Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, ; Wang, A., Third Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, ; Li, H., Third Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, ;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 16131

THE EFFECT OF OSCILLATORY AMBIENT CURRENTS ON THE SPREADING OF HYPERPYCNAL RIVER OUTFLOWS

Lu, K. F., National Taiwan University / Institute of Oceanography, Taiwan ROC, look0502@gmail.com; Chen, S. N., National Taiwan University / Institute of Oceanography, Taiwan ROC, schen77@ntu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 17126

SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A TIDAL RIVER AND ESTUARY DURING EXTREME DISCHARGE EVENTS

Ralston, D. K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dralston@whoi.edu; Warner, J. C., USGS Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center, USA, jcwarner@usgs.gov; Geyer, W. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rgeyer@whoi.edu; Wall, G. R., USGS New York Water Science Center, USA, grwall@usgs.gov;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 14395

SEDIMENT AND PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER TRANSPORT DYNAMICS ACROSS A SMALL MOUNTAINOUS RIVER ESTUARY DURING WINTER FLOOD CONDITIONS – ALSEA BAY, OREGON

Goni, M. A., Oregon State University, USA, mgoni@coas.oregonstate.edu; Lerczak, J. A., Oregon State University, USA, jlerczak@coas.oregonstate.edu; Smith, L., Oregon State University, USA, smithla009@gmail.com; Lemagie, E., Oregon State University, USA, elemagie@coas.oregonstate.edu; Helm, J., Oregon State University, USA, jacquellynhelm@gmail.com;

088 - Climate-mediated oceanographic drivers and trophic interactions in high latitude marginal seas: observations, modeling, and syntheses and consequences for commercial fisheries

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17218

OCEANIC RESPONSE TO RECENT CHANGES IN ATMOSPHERIC AND SEA ICE FORCING IN THE BERING SEA SHELF

Zhang, J., University of Washington, USA, zhang@apl.washington.edu; Banas, N., University of Washington, USA, ; Campbell, R., University of Rhode Island, USA, ; Panteleev, G., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, ; Woodgate, R., University of Washington, , ;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13913

PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS AND PRODUCTION, PHYSICAL DRIVERS AND POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON FISHERIES DURING SUMMER IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA

Eisner, L. B., NOAA/ Alaska Fisheries Science Center, USA, lisa.eisner@noaa.gov; Farley, E. V., NOAA/ Alaska Fisheries Science Center, USA, ed.farley@noaa.gov; Gann, J., NOAA/ Alaska Fisheries Science Center, USA, jeanette.gann@noaa.gov; Ladd, C., NOAA/ Pacific Marine Environmental Lab, USA, carol.ladd@noaa.gov; Mordy, C. W., NOAA/ Pacific Marine Environmental Lab, USA, calvin.w.mordy@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 14170

MICROZOOPLANKTON-ABUNDANCE, BIOMASS, CONTRIBUTION TO CHLOROPHYLL AND GRAZING IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA IN SUMMER

Stoecker, D. K., UMCES, Horn Point Laboratory, USA, stoecker@umces.edu; Weigel, A., UMCES, Horn Point Laboratory, USA, ; Lomas, M., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, mlomas@bigelow.org;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13846

EARLY REPRODUCTION BY CALANUS GLACIALIS IN THE NORTHERN BERING SEA: THE ROLE OF SEA ICE AS REVEALED BY MOLECULAR ANALYSIS

Durbin, E. G., University of Rhode Island/Graduate School of Oceanography, USA, edurbin@mail.uri.edu; Casas, M. C., University of Rhode Island/Graduate School of Oceanography, USA, mcasas@mail.uri.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13014

POTENTIAL MECHANISMS OF CLIMATE INFLUENCE ON SURVIVAL OF LARGE CALANUS ON THE EASTERN BERING SEA SHELF

Coyle, K. O., University of Alaska, USA, kocoyle@alaska.edu; Gibson, G. A., University of Alaska, USA, gagibson@alaska.edu; Pinchuk, A. I., University of Alaska, USA, aipinchuk@alaska.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13187

ESTIMATING GROWTH RATE OF EUPHAUSIIDS IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA USING INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODELS

Bi, H., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, hbi@cbl.umces.edu; Yu, H., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, hyu@cbl.umces.edu; Pinchuk, A., University of Alaska, USA, aipinchuk@alaska.edu; Harvey, R., Old Dominion University, USA, rharvey@odu.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16742

USING MULTI-SPECIES MODELS TO PREDICT CLIMATE-CHANGE IMPACTS ON BERING SEA (AK) FISHERIES.

Holsman, K. K., University of Washington JISAO / NOAA AFSC, USA, kirstin.holsman@noaa.gov; Aydin, K., NOAA AFSC, USA, kerim.aydin@noaa.gov; Ianelli, J., NOAA AFSC, USA, Jim.Ianelli@noaa.gov;

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

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 17785

ANTHROPOGENIC RADIONUCLIDES IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN: RESULTS FROM U.S. GEOTRACES NORTH ATLANTIC ZONAL TRANSECT GA03

Kenna, T. C., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, tkenna@ldeo.columbia.edu; Masqué, P., Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, Pere.Masque@uab.cat;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 15772

DISTRIBUTION OF 236U, 129I AND 240PU/239PU RATIOS IN ARCTIC OCEAN WATERS

Casacuberta, N., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, ncasacuberta@phys.ethz.ch; Christl, M., ETH-Zurich, Switzerland, mchristl@phys.ethz.ch; Vockenhuber, C., ETH-Zurich, Switzerland, vockenhuber@phys.ethz.ch; Walther, C., Institut für Radioökologie und Strahlenschutz, Germany, walther@irs.uni-hannover.de; Van-der-Loeff, M. R., Alfred Wegener Institut Für Polar und Meeresforshung, Germany, Michiel.Rutgers.v.d.Loeff@awi.de;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 16456

CONTROLS ON 232TH, 230TH, AND 231PA IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC: ASSESSING PALEO-CIRCULATION AND DUST-FLUX PROXIES

Henderson, G. M., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, gideonh@earth.ox.ac.uk; Deng, F., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, feifeid@earth.ox.ac.uk; Scott, P., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, petescott91@gmail.com; Thomas, A. L., University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, alex.thomas@ed.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 14577

ENHANCED SCAVENGING OF 231PA AND 230TH IN BENTHIC NEPHELOD LAYERS

Anderson, R. F., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, boba@ldeo.columbia.edu; Hayes, C. T., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, cth@ldeo.columbia.edu; Huang, K. F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, , kfhuang@gmail.com; Lu, Y., University of Minnesota, USA, luxxx862@umn.edu; Moran, S. B., University of Rhode Island, USA, moran@gso.uri.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 15581

CONTRASTING SCAVENGING OF PO-210 AND PB-210 AT HYDROTHERMAL AND BENTHIC LAYER INTERFACES DURING THE GEOTRACES NORTH ATLANTIC SECTION TRANSECT

Baskaran, M., Wayne State University, USA, Baskaran@wayne.edu; Church, T. M., University of Delaware, USA, tchurch@udel.edu; Stewart, G., Queens College CUNY, USA, Gillian.Stewart@qc.cuny.edu; Rigaud, S., University of Delaware, USA, ;

http://clas.wayne.edu/faculty/baskaran

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 13791

GEOGRAPHICAL AND SEASONAL VARIATION IN SINKING PARTICLE VELOCITIES IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC

Villa-Alfageme, M., Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, mvilla@us.es; de Soto, F., Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain, fcsotbor@upo.es; Le Moigne, F., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, F.LeMoigne@noc.soton.ac.uk; Ceballos, E., Universidad de Sevilla/National Oceanography Centre, Spain, elecebrom@alum.us.es; Henson, S., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, shen@noc.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 17204

A DUAL-TRACER APPROACH TO CALCULATE UPWELLING VELOCITY AND PARTICLE EXPORT IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT

Hammond, D. E., University of Southern California, USA, dhammond@usc.edu; Haskell, W. Z., University of Southern California, USA, wzhaskell@gmail.com; Prokopenko, M. G., Pomona College, USA, masha.prokopenko@gmail.com; Berelson, W. M., University of Southern California, USA, berelson@usc.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 14833

THE RADIUM QUARTET (223RA, 224RA, 226RA, 228RA) IN THE PLUME OF THE AMAZON RIVER

van Beek, P., LEGOS / OMP, France, vanbeek@legos.obs-mip.fr; Souhaut, M., LEGOS/OMP, France, ; Moore, W., , USA, ; De Oliveira, J., IPEN, Brazil, ; Jeandel, C., LEGOS/OMP, France, ;

125 - The many faces of the marine N cycle

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15471

NITROGEN CYCLING IN THE COASTAL ZONE: SYNTHESIZING DATA ON THE AFFECT OF ANTHROPOGENIC NUTRIENT SUPPLY ON NITROGEN CYCLING MICROBES IN COASTAL SYSTEMS

Bowen, J. L., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, jennifer.bowen@umb.edu; Kearns, P. J., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, patrick.kearns001@umb.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15008

INVESTIGATING SOURCES OF NITROGEN IN THE ALTAMAHA RIVER, GEORGIA BASED ON CONCENTRATIONS AND STABLE ISOTOPES OF NO3

Schaefer, S. C., University of Georgia, USA, sylvia@uga.edu; Brandes, J. A., University of Georgia, USA, jay.brandes@skio.uga.edu; Alber, M., University of Georgia, USA, malber@uga.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 13384

BIOGENIC N2 CONCENTRATIONS AND STABLE NITROGEN AND OXYGEN ISOTOPE DYNAMICS OF DISSOLVED N2, NITRATE AND NITRITE ASSOCIATED WITH EDDIES

Bourbonnais, A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, abourbonnais@umassd.edu; Altabet, M. A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, maltabet@umassd.edu; Charoenpong, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ccharoenpong@umassd.edu; Stramma, L., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, lstramma@geomar.de; Bange, H. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, hbange@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17380

ENHANCEMENT OF ANAMMOX BY THE EXCRETION OF DIEL VERTICAL MIGRATORS

bianchi, d., McGill University, Canada, daniele.bianchi@mail.mcgill.ca; Babbin, A., Princeton University, USA, babbin@princeton.edu; Galbraith, E., McGill University, Canada, eric.galbraith@mcgill.ca;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15897

INTACT POLAR LIPIDS AS INDICATORS OF N-CYCLING IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE

Sollai, M., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Department of Marine Organic Biogeochemistry , Netherlands, martina.sollai@nioz.nl; Hopmans, E. C., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Department of Marine Organic Biogeochemistry, Netherlands, ellen.hopmans@nioz.nl; Schouten, S., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Department of Marine Organic Biogeochemistry, Netherlands, stefan.schouten@nioz.nl; Keil, R. G., School of Oceanography, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA, USA, rickkeil@uw.edu; Sinninghe Damsté, J. S., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Department of Marine Organic Biogeochemistry, Netherlands, jaap.damste@nioz.nl;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16898

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS ON ANOXIC NITRATE REDUCTION PATHWAYS IN TEMPERATE COASTAL SEDIMENTS

Hardison, A. K., University of Texas Marine Science Institute, USA, amber.hardison@utexas.edu; Giblin, A., The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, agiblin@mbl.edu; Rich, J. J., Brown University, USA, jeremy_rich@brown.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 13815

DENITRIFICATION, STEP-BY-STEP. PROCESS RATES OF THE DENITRIFICATION SUB-REACTIONS IN PERMEABLE SEDIMENTS.

Veraart, A. J., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, averaart@mpi-bremen.de; Marchant, H. K., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, hmarchan@mpi-bremen.de; Strous, M., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mstrous@mpi-bremen.de;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17758

IMPRINT OF THE NITROGEN CYCLE ON DEEP SUBSURFACE AUTOTROPHY

Wankel, S. D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sdwankel@whoi.edu; Ziebis, W., University of Southern California, USA, wziebis@usc.edu; Lehmann, M. F., University of Basel, Switzerland, moritz.lehmann@unibas.ch; Wenk, C., University of Basel, Switzerland, Christine.Wenk@unibas.ch;

128 - Microbial Interactions in Oceans and Human Health

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 14588

SUNLIGHT INACTIVATION OF ENTERIC BACTERIA IN SEAWATER: INSIGHTS ON RATES AND MECHANISMS FROM THE FIELD, LAB, AND MODELS

Boehm, A. B., Stanford University, USA, aboehm@stanford.edu; Sassoubre, L. M., Stanford University, USA, lms6@stanford.edu; Maraccini, P. A., Stanford University, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17958

INTERACTIONS OF BACTERIAL MICROBIOME WITH BLOOM FORMING MARINE DIATOM PSEUDO-NITZCHIA

Rowe, J., University of California, USA, rowejm@uci.edu; Jiang, S., University of California, USA, sjiang@uci.eud;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 15926

QUANTIFICATION OF MULTIPLE ENTERIC PATHOGENS IN COASTAL WATER ENVIRONMENTS BY USING MICROFLUIDIC QUANTITATIVE PCR

Ishii, S., Hokkaido University, Japan, s.ishii@eng.hokudai.ac.jp; Nakamura, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, ; Kobayashi, A., Hokkaido University , Japan, ; Sano, D., Hokkaido University, Japan, ; Okabe, S., Hokkaido University, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 14281

BACTERIAL SYMBIOSIS OF THE HAWAIIAN SEA SLUG ELYSIA RUFESCENS

Davis, J., Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sc, USA, davisj@umces.edu; Fricke , W. F., Institute for Genome Sciences, University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA, wffricke@som.umaryland.edu ; Hamann, M. T., University of Mississippi, Department of Pharmacognosy, USA, mthamann@olemiss.edu; Hill, R. T., Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sc, USA, hill@umces.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 14881

DISSECTING OTUS INTO MORE ECOLOGICALLY MEANINGFUL UNITS WITH OLIGOTYPING: EXAMPLES OF HOST-SPECIFICITY AND MICROBIAL SOURCE TRACKING

Eren, A. M., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, a.murat.eren@gmail.com; Amaral-Zettler, L. A., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, amaral@mbl.edu; Sogin, M. L., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, sogin@mbl.edu; McLellan, S. L., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, mclellan@uwm.edu;

http://oligotyping.org

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17907

EXPLORING MARINE RESERVOIRS OF THE CHOLERA PATHOGEN

Boucher, Y., University of Alberta, Canada, yboucher@ualberta.ca; Paul Kirchberger, C., University of Alberta, Canada, kirchber@ualberta.ca; Orata, F., University of Alberta, Canada, orata@ualberta.ca; Nasreen, T., University of Alberta, Canada, tnasreen@ualberta.ca; Martin Polz, F., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, mpolz@mit.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 15276

ROUTINE SCREENING OF HARMFUL MICROORGANSIMS IN BEACH SANDS SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED: IMPLICATIONS TO PUBLIC HEALTH

Sabino, R., National Institute of Health Dr. Ricardo Jorge, Portugal, raquel.sabino@insa.min-saude.pt; Nevers, M., USGS, Great Lakes Science Center, Porter, Indiana, USA, mnevers@usgs.gov; Solo-Gabriele, H., Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering, University of Miami, Coral Gables, USA, hmsolo@miami.edu; Whitman, R. L., USGS, Great Lakes Science Center, Porter, Indiana, USA, rwhitman@usgs.gov; Brandão, J. C., National Institute of Health Dr. Ricardo Jorge, Portugal, joao.brandao@insa.min-saude.pt;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13678

CIGUATOXIN DISTRIBUTION AMONG BODY PARTS OF THE TROPICAL REEF CARNIVORE CEPHALOPHOLIS ARGUS

Bienfang, P., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, bienfang@soest.hawaii.edu; DeFelice, S., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, ; Floresquintana, H., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, ; Goodman, C., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA, ; Wong, E., Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Northern Mariana Isles, reznewong@gmail.com;

148 - Effects of climate variability on marine biophysical interactions and ecosystems dynamics

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13086

INTERANNUAL VARIATION IN PHYTOPLANKTON CLASS-SPECIFIC PRIMARY PRODUCTION AT A GLOBAL SCALE

Rousseaux, C. S., NASA / USRA, USA, Cecile.S.Rousseaux@nasa.gov; Gregg, W. W., NASA / GMAO, USA, Watson.W.Gregg@nasa.gov;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14268

BIOPHYSICAL RESPONSES NEAR EQUATORIAL ISLANDS IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC OCEAN DURING EL NIÑO/LA NIÑA TRANSITIONS

Gierach, M. M., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, mgierach@jpl.nasa.gov; Messié, M., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, monique@mbari.org; Lee, T., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, tlee@jpl.nasa.gov; Karnauskas, K. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kkarnauskas@whoi.edu; Radenac, M. H., LEGOS/IRD, France, marie-helene.radenac@legos.obs-mip.fr;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14162

A VERY OLIGOTROPHIC ZONE OBSERVED FROM SPACE IN THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC WARM POOL

Radenac, M. H., LEGOS/IRD, France, marie-helene.radenac@legos.obs-mip.fr; Messie, M., MBARI, USA, monique@mbari.org; Leger, F., LEGOS/CNES, France, fabienleger31@gmail.com; Bosc, C., CETE du Sud Ouest, France, christelle.bosc@developpement-durable.gouv.fr;

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 12965

AN UNDERCURRENT OF CHANGE: ASSESSING POTENTIAL NATURAL MITIGATION OF OCEAN WARMING AT THE U.S. PACIFIC REMOTE ISLANDS MARINE NATIONAL MONUMENT

Karnauskas, K. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kk@whoi.edu; Cohen, A. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; Gove, J. M., NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division, USA, jamison.gove@noaa.gov;

http://www.whoi.edu/profile/kkarnauskas/

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17849

STATISTICALLY RECONSTRUCTED CHLOROPHYLL PATTERNS DURING 50 YEARS OF SARDINE AND ANCHOVY REGIMES IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC

Schollaert Uz, S., University of Maryland, USA, ses@essic.umd.edu; Busalacchi, A. J., University of Maryland, USA, tonyb@essic.umd.edu; Smith, T. M., NOAA, USA, tom.smith@noaa.gov; Brown, C. W., NOAA, USA, Christopher.W.Brown@noaa.gov; Carton, J. A., University of Maryland, USA, carton@atmos.umd.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 15035

CHLOROPHYLL-A VARIABILITY DUE TO THE WEAKENING NORTH ATLANTIC NUTRIENT STREAM

Santos, A. L., University of Wisconsin--Madison, USA, ritzer@wisc.edu; McKinley, G. A., University of Wisconsin--Madison, USA, gamckinley@wisc.edu; Lovenduski, N. S., University of Colorado Boulder, USA, nicole.lovenduski@colorado.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 15991

MONSOON OSCILLATIONS REGULATE GREENNESS OF THE RED SEA

Raitsos, D. E., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, dra@pml.ac.uk; Yi, X., King Abdullah University for Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, Xing.Yi@hzg.de; Platt, T., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, tplatt@dal.ca; Racault, M. F., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, mfrt@pml.ac.uk; Brewin, R. J., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, robr@pml.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17089

THE ROLE OF BASIN-SCALE CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN THE DEMISE OF THE CARIBBEAN REEFS

Cohen, A. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; Oppo, D. W., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, doppo@whoi.edu; Henson, S., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, shen@noc.ac.uk;

http://www.whoi.edu/cohenlab/cohen-cv

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

2/24/2014 | 14:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15420

THE KUROSHIO CURRENT, INTERNAL WAVES AND TURBULENCE IN THE LUZON STRAIT

St. Laurent, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lstlaurent@whoi.edu; Simmons, H., U. Alaska - Fairbanks, USA, hsimmons@sfos.uaf.edu; Fu, K., National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan ROC, ksfu@staff.nsysu.edu.tw; Wang, Y., National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan ROC, wang@oc.ntu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | 14:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15524

EFFECTS OF KUROSHIO INTRUSIONS ON NONLINEAR INTERNAL WAVES IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

Park, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, jhpark@kiost.ac; Farmer, D., Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, USA, dfarmer@gso.uri.edu;

2/24/2014 | 14:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 14464

NEAR-INERTIAL WAVE SURF ZONE IN STRONG FRONTS

Whitt, D. B., Stanford University, USA, dwhitt@stanford.edu; Thomas, L. N., Stanford University, USA, leift@stanford.edu;

http://www.stanford.edu/~dwhitt

2/24/2014 | 14:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17532

SUBMESOSCALE STRUCTURE IN THE NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA DURING LATE WINTER MONSOON CONDITIONS

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

2/24/2014 | 15:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 16436

INTERACTION OF INTERNAL LEE WAVES WITH INERTIAL OSCILLATIONS : A ROUTE TO MIXING IN THE DEEP SOUTHERN OCEAN

Labreuche, P., LGGE, France, pierre.labreuche@hmg.inpg.fr; Le Sommer, J., LGGE, France, lesommer@hmg.inpg.fr; Staquet, C., LEGI, France, chantal.staquet@legi.grenoble-inp.fr;

2/24/2014 | 15:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17217

THE PROPAGATION OF INTERNAL WAVES EXCITED BY THE MIXED LAYER

Peacock, T., MIT, USA, tomp@mit.edu; Ghaemsaidi, S. J., MIT, USA, ; Dauxois, T., ENS de Lyon, France, ; Joubaud, S., ENS de Lyon, France, ; Odier, P., ENS de Lyon, France, ;

http://web.mit.edu/endlab

2/24/2014 | 15:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15089

NONLINEAR INTERNAL WAVE GENERATION AND DISSIPATION AT THE DOUBLE RIDGE IN LUZON STRAIT

Buijsman, M. C., University of New Orleans, USA, mbuijsma@uno.edu; Legg , S., Princeton University, USA, slegg@princeton.edu; Klymak, J. M., University of Victoria, USA, jklymak@uvic.ca; Kang, D., Rutgers University, USA, dujuan@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/24/2014 | 15:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 14074

FROM WAVES TO TURBULENCE AT A MODEL RIDGE

Sarkar, S., UC San Diego, USA, sarkar@ucsd.edu; Jalali, M., UC San Diego, USA, masoud.jalali.b@gmail.com; Rapaka, N., UC San Diego, USA, nrapaka@ucsd.edu;