Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/24/2014 | 16:00 - 18:00 | POSTER

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13947 | Poster ID 1

DIVERSITY OF OIL-DEGRADING MICROBES AND ALKANE HYDROXYLASE (ALKB) GENES IN DEEP-SEA ENVIRONMENTS IMPACTED BY THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL

Simister, R. L., Haverford College, USA, rsimiste@haverford.edu; Willis, E. L., Haverford College, USA, ewillis@haverford.edu; White, H. K., Haverford College, USA, hwhite@haverford.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17399 | Poster ID 10

EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT AND N:P STOICHIOMETRY ON MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN AN ANCIENT (VERY) SHALLOW REMNANT SEA AT CUATRO CIENEGAS, MEXICO.

Elser, J., ASU, USA, j.elser@asu.edu; Lee, Z., ASU, USA, ; Dupont, C., J Craig Venter Institute, , ; Siefert, J., Rice University, USA, ; Souza, V., UNAM, Mexico, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17586 | Poster ID 11

NATURAL SEEPS VERSUS HUMAN SPILL: CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARISON OF DWH WEATHERED OIL WITH NATURAL PETROLEUM SEEPS BY FT-ICR MASS SPECTROMETRY

Chen, H., National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA, huan.chen@magnet.fsu.edu; Aeppli, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, caeppli@whoi.edu; Rodgers, R. P., National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA, rodgers@magnet.fsu.edu; Marshall, A. G., National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA, marshall@magnet.fsu.edu; McKenna, A. M., National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA, mckenna@magnet.fsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17633 | Poster ID 12

A BIOGEOCHEMISTRY DATA SYSTEM FOR MS AND OTHER SPECTRAL DOM ANALYSIS

Fatland, D. R., Microsoft Research, USA, rob.fatland@microsoft.com; Stubbins, A., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, aron.stubbins@gmail.com; Spencer, R., Woods Hole Research Center, , rspencer@whrc.org; Dittmar, T., Max Planck Institute, Germany, tdittmar@mpi-bremen.de;

ePoster Link: http://poc-web-bgcds.cloudapp.net/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14222 | Poster ID 2

ALKANE OXIDIZING ENZYMES IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT: WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM INTEGRATING BIOCHEMISTRY, MICROBIOLOGY, AND OMIC DATABASES.

Austin, R. N., Bates College, USA, raustin@bates.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14278 | Poster ID 3

ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL ON INDIGENOUS BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES: A BIOGEOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR APPROACH

Baskerville, T. C., Florida A&M University, USA, tbaskerville04@yahoo.com; Sarkodee-Adoo, J., Florida A&M University, USA, jsarkodeeadoo@gmail.com; Jeffrey, W. H., University of West Florida, USA, wjeffrey@uwf.edu; Chanton, J., Florida State University, USA, jchanton@fsu.edu; Cherrier, J., Florida A&M University, USA, jennifer.cherrier@famu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14679 | Poster ID 4

PETROLEUM DEGRADATION IN NATURAL MARINE SEDIMENTS: CHANGES IN BIOGEOCHEMICAL GRADIENTS AND COMPOSITION OF HYDROCARBONS

Mishra, S., Geomar, Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research, Germany, smishra@geomar.de; Wefers, P., Geomar, Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research, Germany, pwefers@geomar.de; Treude, T., Geomar, Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research, Germany, ttreude@geomar.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.geomar.de/en/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14815 | Poster ID 5

DIVERSITY AND ACTIVITY OF MARINE BACTERIOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Wemheuer, B., Georg-August University Goettingen, Germany, bernd.wemheuer@biologie.uni-goettingen.de; Klempert, P., Georg-August University Goettingen, Germany, peggy.klempert@stud.uni-goettingen.de; Voget, S., Georg-August University Goettingen, Germany, svoget@uni-goettingen.de; Simon, M., Carl-von-Ossietzky-University of Oldenburg, Germany, m.simon@icbm.de; Daniel, R., Georg-August University Goettingen, Germany, rdaniel@gwdg.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15361 | Poster ID 6

TRACKING OIL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO SEDIMENTS AFTER THE 2010 MACONDO BLOWOUT USING BIOMARKER RATIOS

Babcock-Adams, L. C., University of Georgia, USA, lcba92@uga.edu; Joye, S. B., University of Georgia, USA, mjoye@uga.edu; Medeiros, P. M., University of Georgia, USA, medeiros@uga.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16203 | Poster ID 7

GEOMICROBIOLOGICAL LINKAGES BETWEEN SHORT-CHAIN ALKANE CONSUMPTION AND SULFATE REDUCTION RATES IN SEEP SEDIMENTS

Rogers, D. R., Harvard University, USA, drrogers@fas.harvard.edu; Bose, A., Harvard University, USA, tullibose2411@gmail.com; Adams, M. M., Harvard University, USA, madams@oeb.harvard.edu; Joye, S. B., University of Georgia, USA, mandyjoye@gmail.com; Girguis, P. R., Harvard University, USA, pgirguis@oeb.harvard.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16812 | Poster ID 8

THE RESPONSE OF BENTHIC MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO TO THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL DISCHARGE: FROM SHALLOW COASTAL SANDS TO THE DEEPSEA.

Kostka, J. E., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, joel.kostka@biology.gatech.edu; Huettel, M., Florida State University, USA, mhuettel@fsu.edu; Snell, T., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, terry.snell@biology.gatech.edu; Brooks, G., Eckard College, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu; Hollander, D., University of South Florida, USA, davidh@usf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16828 | Poster ID 9

SEDIMENTATION PULSE IN THE NE GULF OF MEXICO FOLLOWING THE 2010 DWH BLOWOUT

Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu; Larson, R. A., Eckerd College/USF, USA, larsonra@eckerd.edu; Reichart, G. J., University of Utrecht/NIOZ, Netherlands, reichart@geo.uu.nl; Chanton, J. P., FSU, USA, jchanton@fsu.edu; Kostka, J. E., Georgia Tech, USA, joel.kostka@biology.gatech.edu;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13070 | Poster ID 894

REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN THE INFLUENCE OF MESOSCALE OCEAN EDDIES ON NEAR-SURFACE CHLOROPHYLL

Gaube, P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , USA, pgaube@whoi.edu; McGillicuddy, D. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , USA, dmcgillicuddy@whoi.edu; Chelton, D. B., Oregon State University, USA, chelton@coas.oregonstate.edu; Behrenfeld, M. J., Oregon State University, USA, mjb@science.oregonstate.edu; Strutton, P. G., University of Tasmania, Austria, Peter.Strutton@utas.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13418 | Poster ID 895

SHELF-DEEP SEA EXCHANGES IN THE NORTH-WESTERN BLACK SEA

Zhou, F., State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics, Second Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, zhoufeng@sio.org.cn; Shapiro, G., School of Marine Science and Engineering, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, gshapiro@plymouth.ac.uk; Wobus, F., School of Marine Science and Engineering, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, fred.wobus@plymouth.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13631 | Poster ID 896

MESO- AND SUBMESOSCALE EDDIES IN THE GULF OF ALASKA: ARE THEY REGULATING EARLY LIFE STAGES OF WALLEYE POLLOCK SURVIVAL?

Parada, C., Geophysics department, University of Concepcion, Chile, Carolina.parada.veliz@udec.cl; Ladd, C., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, National Oceanographic Atmospheric Administration, USA, Carol.Ladd@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14387 | Poster ID 897

DYNAMICS AND INFLUENCE OF THE DURBAN BREAKAWAY EDDY ON THE EAST COAST OF SOUTH AFRICA

Guastella, L. A., University of Cape Town, South Africa, lisagus@telkomsa.net; Roberts, M. J., Oceans & Coasts, Dept of Environment Affairs, South Africa, mike@oceanafrica.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/QRCodes/dynamics-and-influence-of-the-durban-breakaway-eddy-on-the-east-coast-of-south-africa.png

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14462 | Poster ID 898

PLANKTONIC ECOSYSTEMS IN COASTAL EDDIES: COMBINING EULERIAN AND LAGRANGIAN MODEL ANALYSES

Chenillat, F., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, fchenillat@ucsd.edu; Franks, P. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, pfranks@ucsd.edu; Rivière, P., Laboratoire des Sciences de l’Environnement Marin, UMR 6539 CNRS-IRD-UBO, Plouzané, France, pascal.riviere@univ-brest.fr; Capet, X., Laboratoire d’Océanographie et du Climat, UMR 7159 CNRS-IRD-UPMC, Paris, France, xclod@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Blanke, B., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, UMR 6523 CNRS-IFREMER-IRD, Brest, France, blanke@univ-brest.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14708 | Poster ID 899

IMPACT OF RESOLVED PHYSICAL DYNAMICS ON GLOBAL MARINE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY: THE GREENSEAS PROJECT EXPERIENCE

McKiver, W., CMCC, Italy, william.mckiver@cmcc.it; Vichi, M., CMCC-INGV, Italy, marcello.vichi@bo.ingv.it; Lovato, T., CMCC, Italy, tomas.lovato@cmcc.it; Masina, S., CMCC-INGV, Italy, simona.masina@bo.ingv.it; Storto, A., CMCC, Italy, andrea.storto@cmcc.it;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14853 | Poster ID 900

RED SEA'S WHALE SHARK AGGREGATION ENCOURAGED BY SHALLOW PYCNOCLINE BIOLOGICAL HOTSPOT

Hozumi, A., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, aya.hozumi@kaust.edu.sa; Jones, B. H., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, burton.jones@kaust.edu.sa;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14906 | Poster ID 901

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MESOSCALE EDDY OF THE NORTH CENTRAL RED SEA

ZAROKANELLOS, N., King Abdullah University for Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, nikolaos.zarokanellos@kaust.edu.sa; JONES, B., King Abdullah University for Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, Burt.jones@kaust.edu.sa; RAITSOS , D., Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), United Kingdom, dra@pml.ac.uk; PAPADOPOULOS , V., Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR), Greece, vassilis@hcmr.gr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15320 | Poster ID 902

ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF VERTICAL DYNAMICS ON PHYTOPLANKTON PRODUCTIVITY IN THE NORTH CENTRAL RED SEA: A MODELING APPROACH

LIU, X., University of Southern California, USA, liu284@usc.edu; JONES, B. H., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, burt.jones@kaust.edu.sa; KIEFER, D. A., University of Southern California, Saudi Arabia, kiefer@dornsife.usc.edu; ZAROKANELLOS, N., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Nikolaos.Zarokanellos@kaust.edu.sa; TENG, Y., University of California, Irvine, USA, yichengt@uci.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15428 | Poster ID 903

MEROPLANKTON DISTRIBUTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO MESOSCALE HYDROLOGICAL STRUCTURES AT THE SOUTH BRAZIL SHELF

Brandão, M. C., Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil, manoelacb@yahoo.com.br ; Freire, A. S., Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil, freireandreas@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15491 | Poster ID 904

HIGH FREQUENCY DOPPLER RADAR (HFDR) OBSERVATIONS OF A CYCLONIC EDDY IN THE LEE OF PANAY, PHILIPPINES DURING THE NORTHEAST MONSOON

Repollo, C. A., University Of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, crepollo@hawaii.edu; Flores-Vidal, X., Universitad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico, xfloresv@gmail.com; Flament, P., University Of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, pflament@hawaii.edu; Villanoy, C. L., University of the Philippines, Philippines, c.villanoy@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15544 | Poster ID 910

DETECTION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL LAGRANGIAN COHERENT STRUCTURES IN THE OYASHIO-KUROSHIO TRANSITION ZONE USING THE OCEAN DATA ASSIMILATION SYSTEM

Wakamatsu, T., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, wakamatsut@jamstec.go.jp; Tanaka, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, tanakaysk@jamstec.go.jp; Ishizaki, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, hishizak@jamstec.go.jp; Ishikawa, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and T, Japan, ishikaway@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15872 | Poster ID 911

CHARACTERIZING THE FRONTAL STRUCTURE OF MESOSCALE EDDIES – A COMBINED SATELLITE/GLIDER APPROACH

Pietri, A., GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, apietri@geomar.de; Karstensen, J., GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, jkarstensen@geomar.de; Krahmann, G., GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, gkrahmann@geomar.de; Schütte, F., GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, fschuette@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15979 | Poster ID 912

A MULTI-METHOD APPROACH TO LINKING MESOSCALE STRUCTURES TO DISTRIBUTION OF BIOMASS OF HIGHER TROPHIC LEVELS

Samuelsen, A., Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre, Norway, annette.samuelsen@nersc.no; Hjøllo, S. S., Institute of Marine Research, Norway, solfrid.hjollo@imr.no; Ladd, C., NOAA/PMEL, USA, carol.ladd@noaa.gov; Godø, O. R., Institute of Marine Research, Norway, olav.rune.godoe@imr.no; Johannessen, J. A., Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre, Norway, johnny.johannessen@nersc.no;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16157 | Poster ID 913

DEAD-ZONE EDDIES IN THE OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE OF THE TROPICAL EASTERN NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

Karstensen, J., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel GEOMAR, Germany, jkarstensen@geomar.de; Schütte, F., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel GEOMAR, Germany, fschuette@geomar.de; Pietri, A., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel GEOMAR, Germany, apietri@geomar.de; Fiedler, B., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel GEOMAR, Germany, bfiedler@geomar.de; Brandt, P., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel GEOMAR, Germany, pbrandt@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16689 | Poster ID 914

COASTAL JETS, GULF OF CALIFORNIA EDDIES AND CHLOROPHYLL PULSES AT THE CABO PULMO NATIONAL PARK, MÉXICO

Trasviña-Castro, A., CICESE/Unidad La Paz, Mexico, trasvi@cicese.mx; Gaxiola-Castro, G., CICESE/Division de Oceanologia, Mexico, ggaxiola@cicese.mx; González-Rodríguez/Eduardo, E., CICESE/Unidad La Paz, Mexico, egonzale@cicese.mx; Zaitsev/Oleg, O., CICIMAR/IPN, Mexico, ozaytsev@ipn.mx;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/coastal-jets-gulf-of-california-eddies-and-chlorophyll-pulses-at-the-cabo-pulmo-national-park

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16947 | Poster ID 915

SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF EDDY IMPACT ON LOCAL SURFACE CHLOROPHYLL AND SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE FIELDS DERIVED FROM SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS

Monger, B. C., Cornell University, USA, bcm3@cornell.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17320 | Poster ID 916

IMPACT OF MESOSCALE EDDIES ON THE GULF STREAM AND SHELF ECOSYSTEM IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES

He, R., North Carolina State University, USA, rhe@ncsu.edu; Li, Y., North Carolina State University, USA, yli15@ncsu.edu;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13320 | Poster ID 2219

REMOVING BIASES IN EXPENDABLE BATHYTHERMOGRAPH (XBT) DATA.

Cowley, R., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, rebecca.cowley@csiro.au; Cheng, L., Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, chenglij@mail.iap.ac.cn; Wijffels, S., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, susan.wijffels@csiro.au; Boyer, T., National Oceanographic Data Center, NOAA, USA, tim.boyer@noaa.gov; Kizu, S., Tohoku University, Japan, kizu@pol.gp.tohoku.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13411 | Poster ID 2220

SEASONAL VARIATION OF THE SOUTH EQUATORIAL CURRENT BIFURCATION IN THE PACIFIC

Chen, Z., Physical Oceanography Laboratory, Ocean University of China, China, chenzhaohui@ouc.edu.cn; Wu, L., Physical Oceanography Laboratory, Ocean University of China, China, lxwu@ouc.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/seasonal-variation-of-the-south-equatorial-current-bifurcation-off-the-australian-coast.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13419 | Poster ID 2221

TEMPERATURE INVERSIONS IN THE EASTERN SUBTROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC

Tekuramori, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, tekuramori@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; Ueno, H., Hokkaido University, Japan, ueno@fish.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13663 | Poster ID 2222

ENSEMBLE-BASED GLOBAL OCEAN DATA ASSIMILATION AND IMPROVEMENTS IN HINDCAST SKILL

Nadiga, B. T., LANL, USA, btnadiga@gmail.com; Casper, W. R., U. Washington, USA, wcasper@washington.edu; Jones, P. W., LANL, USA, pwjones@lanl.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14328 | Poster ID 2223

GEOSTROPHIC TRANSPORT IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN BY COMBINING SATELLITE ALTIMETRY AND TEMPERATURE/SALINITY PROFILE DATA

Kosempa, M. G., University of South Florida, USA, mkosempa@mail.usf.edu; Chambers, D., University of South Florida, USA, donc@usf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14425 | Poster ID 2224

COMBINING A GLOBAL GOCE DERIVED MDT WITH IN-SITU OBSERVATION FOR REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT OF THE MEAN DYNAMIC TOPOGRAPHY.

Knudsen, P., DTU Space, Denmark, pk@space.dtu.dk; Andersen, O. B., DTU Space, Denmark, oa@space.dtu.dk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14798 | Poster ID 2225

ASSIMILATION OF HF RADAR CURRENTS IN AN EDDY RESOLVING MODEL

Sperrevik, A. K., Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway, annks@met.no; Christensen, K. H., Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway, kaihc@met.no; Rörhs, J., Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway, johannesro@met.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/constraining-slope-currents-assimilation-of-hf-radar-currents-and-ctd-hydrography.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15158 | Poster ID 2226

TROPICAL-SUBTROPICAL CONNECTIONS: A NUMERICAL APPROXIMATION IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

Castellanos, P., Oceanographic Institute-USP, Brazil, castellanos@usp.br; Campos, E. J., Oceanographic Institute-USP, Brazil, edmo@usp.br;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15197 | Poster ID 2227

EVIDENCE LINKING SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURE SIGNALS TO CHANGES IN THE ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION

Liu, Y., University of Miami, USA, yliu@rsmas.miami.edu; Minnett, P. J., University of Miami, USA, pminnett@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15321 | Poster ID 2228

ARGO PRODUCTS DEVELOPED AT THE P.P.SHIRSHOV INSTITUTE OF OCEANOLOGY

Lebedev, K. V., Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Federation, KLebedev@ocean.ru; Sarkisyan, A. S., Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Russian Federation, sarkis@inm.ras.ru;

ePoster Link: http://www.ocean.ru/eng/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15510 | Poster ID 2229

A COMPARISON OF THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE WESTERN BOUNDARY CURRENT EDDIES

Rykova, T. A., CSIRO, Australia, tatiana.rykova@csiro.au; Oke, P. R., CSIRO, Australia, peter.oke@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15521 | Poster ID 2230

INTERANNUAL VARIATIONS OF ANNUAL SUBDUCTION RATE AND LOW POTENTIAL VORTICITY WATER DISTRIBUTION IN THE NORTH PACIFIC

Shibata, Y., Tohoku university, Japan, y-shibata@pol.gp.tohoku.ac.jp; Suga, T., Tohoku university, Japan, ; Toyama, K., Princeton university, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15549 | Poster ID 2231

FLOW FIELDS AND DISTRIBUTIONS OF WATER PROPERTIES IN THE SANRIKU COASTAL AREA

Taku, W., Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, wagawa@affrc.go.jp; Hiroshi, K., Hokkaido National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, kurocan@affrc.go.jp; Shin-ichi, I., Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, goito@affrc.go.jp; Shigeho, K., Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, kakehi@affrc.go.jp; Takeshi, Y., Iwate Fisheries Technology Center, Japan, t-yamanome@pref.iwate.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15556 | Poster ID 2232

SEA SURFACE HEIGHT PHASE CHANGES DERIVED FROM NONLINEAR SEA SURFACE HEIGHT ANOMALY

Jo, Y., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, joyoung@pusan.ac.kr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15605 | Poster ID 2233

HOW MUCH CONTINENTAL FRESHWATER DO GLOBAL OCEANS RECEIVE? INTERCOMPARISON OF FOUR GLOBAL CONTINENTAL DISCHARGE ESTIMATES

Chandanpurkar, H. A., University of California, Irvine, USA, hchandan@uci.edu; Reager, J. T., University of California Center for Hydrologic Modeling, USA, jreager@uci.edu; Famiglietti, J. S., University of California, Irvine; University of California Center for Hydrologic Modeling, USA, jfamigli@uci.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15639 | Poster ID 2234

OCEAN MASS VARIATIONS CAUSED BY BAROTROPIC RESPONSE TO SEASONALLY VARYING ATMOSPHERIC FORCING

Kuragano, T., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, tkuragan@mri-jma.go.jp; Fijii, Y., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, yfujii@mri-jma.go.jp; Toyoda, T., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, ttoyoda@mri-jma.go.jp; Usui, N., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, nusui@mri-jma.go.jp; Kamachi, M., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, mkamachi@mri-jma.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15645 | Poster ID 2235

IMPACTS OF ARGO DATA ON THE REPRESENTATION OF NORTH PACIFIC SUBTROPICAL MODE WATER USING A 4D-VAR COUPLED DATA ASSIMILATION SYSTEM

Nishikawa, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, snishika@jamstec.go.jp; Ishikawa, Y., JAMSTEC, Japan, ishikaway@jamstec.go.jp; Masuda, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, smasuda@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15732 | Poster ID 2236

IMPACT OF SUBSURFACE TEMPERATURE VARIATION ON SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND NET SURFACE HEAT FLUX OVER SHARP SEASONAL THERMOCLINE

Hosoda, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, hosodas@jamstec.go.jp; Nonaka, M., JAMSTEC, Japan, nona@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15789 | Poster ID 2237

OBSERVATION IMPACT ON AN EDDY-RESOLVING OCEAN FORECAST SYSTEM BASED ON ROMS

Setou, T., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, setou@affrc.go.jp; Kuroda, H., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, ; Azumaya, T., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, ; Itoh, S., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, ; Kakehi, S., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15834 | Poster ID 2238

GLOBAL EDDY-PERMITTING OCEAN REANALYSES AND SIMULATIONS OF THE PERIOD 1992 TO PRESENT

PARENT, L., MERCATOR-Océan, France, lparent@mercator-ocean.fr; FERRY, N., MERCATOR-Océan, France, nferry@mercator-ocean.fr; Barnier, B., LGGE, CNRS, France, bernard.barnier@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; GARRIC, G., MERCATOR-Océan, France, ggarric@mercator-ocean.fr; GREINER, E., CLS, France, eric.greiner@mercator-ocean.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.mercator-ocean.fr/eng

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15901 | Poster ID 2239

GLOBAL OCEANIC THERMO-HALINE WARMING TREND IN AN EDDY-PERMITTING REANALYSIS CONTEXT

Clement, B., Mercator-Ocean, France, cbricaud@mercator-ocean.fr; Gilles, G., Mercator-Ocean, France, ggarric@mercator-ocean.fr; Yann, D., Mercator-Ocean, France, ydrillet@mercator-ocean.fr; Laurent, P., Mercator-Ocean, France, lparent@mercator-ocean.fr; Nicolas, F., Mercator-Ocean, France, nferry@mercator-ocean.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.mercator-ocean.fr/eng

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15903 | Poster ID 2240

INTEROCEAN EXCHANGE OF THE INTERMEDIATE WATERS BETWEEN THE PACIFIC, INDIAN AND ATLANTIC OCEAN, SOUTH OF 15°S.

Rusciano, E., Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France, emanuela.rusciano@univ-brest.fr; Speich, S., Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France, speich@univ-brest.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15917 | Poster ID 2241

HEAT CONTENT VARIATIONS DUE TO STRENGTHENING AND WEAKENING OF COLD AND WARM CURRENTS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN EAST/JAPAN SEA

Yoon, S. T., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, styoon@curl.snu.ac.kr; Chang, K. I., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, kichang@snu.ac.kr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16465 | Poster ID 2243

SEASONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE OCEAN CURRENTS AND WATER MASSES OFF BAHÍA DE TODOS SANTOS, BAJA CALIFORNIA.

Kurczyn, J. A., CICESE, Mexico, alexk@cicese.edu.mx; Pérez, P., CICESE, Mexico, brunius@cicese.mx; García, J., CICESE, Mexico, joaquin@cicese.mx; Candela, J., CICESE, Mexico, jcandela@cicese.mx; López, M., CICESE, Mexico, malope@cicese.mx;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16909 | Poster ID 2244

IMPROVING ARGO FLOAT DATA: STEPS TOWARD IMPLEMENTING ONBOARD CELL THERMAL MASS CORRECTIONS

Janzen, C. D., Sea-Bird Electronics, USA, cjanzen@seabird.com; Murphy, D., Sea-Bird Electronics, USA, dmurphy@seabird.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17340 | Poster ID 2245

SUBSURFACE OCEAN CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CONTROLS ON NORTHEAST PACIFIC UPWELLING

Pozo Buil, M., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, mercedes.pozo@eas.gatech.edu; Di Lorenzo, E., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, edl@gatech.edu; Bograd, S., NOAA, USA, steven.bograd@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/ocean-climate-variability-and-controls-on-northeast-pacific-upwelling.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17434 | Poster ID 2246

OBSERVATIONS AND STATE ESTIMATES OF THE CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM

Lankhorst, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mlankhorst@ucsd.edu; Send, U., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, usend@ucsd.edu; Rudnick, D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, drudnick@ucsd.edu; Cornuelle, B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, bcornuelle@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17480 | Poster ID 2299

THE FLOW THROUGH YUCATAN CHANNEL: FOLKLORE, FICTION AND FACT.

Sheinbaum, J., CICESE, Physical Oceanography, Mexico, julios@cicese.mx; Athie, G., CICESE, Physical Oceanography, Mexico, g_athie@hotmail.com; Romero, A., CICESE, Physical Oceanography, Mexico, anromero@cicese.mx; Ochoa , J., CICESE, Physical Oceanography, Mexico, jochoa@cicese.mx; Candela, J., CICESE, Physical Oceanography, Mexico, jcandela@cicese.mx;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17542 | Poster ID 2300

NON-SEASONAL FLUCTUATIONS OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN MASS OBSERVED BY GRACE

Volkov, D. L., NOAA / AOML, USA, Denis.Volkov@noaa.gov; Landerer, F. W., JPL / Caltech, USA, landerer@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17610 | Poster ID 2301

INERTIAL OSCILLATIONS IN TIME DEPENDENT WIND-DRIVEN SURFACE CURRENTS

Dohan, K., Earth and Space Research, USA, kdohan@esr.org; Early, J., NorthWest Research Associates, USA, jearly@nwra.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17847 | Poster ID 2302

MODEL-DATA DIFFERENCES IN THE SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF THE SOUTH ATLANTIC MOC

Dong, S., University of Miami, and NOAA/AOML, USA, shenfu.dong@noaa.gov; Baringer, M. O., NOAA/AOML, USA, Molly.Baringer@noaa.gov; Goni, G. J., NOAA/AOML, USA, gustavo.goni@noaa.gov; Garzoli, S. L., University of Miami and NOAA/AOML, USA, silvia.garzoli@noaa.gov;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13404 | Poster ID 2489

IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW SPATIAL FORCING FUNCTIONS IN THE ATLANTIS MODELING FRAMEWORK TO ACCURATELY REPRESENT OIL SPILL IMPACTS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Dornberger, L., University of South Florida, USA, ldornberger@mail.usf.edu; Ainsworth, C., University of South Florida, USA, ainsworth@usf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13614 | Poster ID 2490

ADÉLIE PENGUIN FORAGING LOCATION PREDICTED BY TIDAL REGIME SWITCHING IN A CHANGING CLIMATE

Oliver, M. J., University of Delaware, USA, moliver@udel.edu; Irwin, A., Mt. Allison University, USA, airwin@mta.ca; Moline, M. A., University of Delaware, , mmoline@udel.edu; Fraser, W., Polar Oceans Research Group, USA, bfraser@3rivers.net; Patterson, D., Polar Oceans Research Group, USA, patterdo@3rivers.net;

ePoster Link: http://orb.ceoe.udel.edu/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14239 | Poster ID 2491

REEF RESTORATION AND CORAL PROPAGATION OF THE ENDANGERED GENUS ACROPORA IN THE CARIBBEAN: TIME TO SCALE UP!!

Schopmeyer, S. A., University of Miami, USA, sschopmeyer@rsmas.miami.edu; Lirman, D., University of Miami, USA, dlirman@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14421 | Poster ID 2492

THE EFFECT OF THE PARASITE PROBOPYRUS PANDALICOLA ON THE SURVIVAL TIME OF THE GRASS SHRIMP PALAEMONETES PUGIO DURING STARVATION AT TWO DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES

Curran, M. C., Savannah State University, USA, curranc@savannahstate.edu; Sherman, M. B., Savannah State University, USA, msherma3@student.savannahstate.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14603 | Poster ID 2493

ENHANCEMENT OF LIPID PRODUCTION IN MICROALGAE BY DODECANE ADDITION AND NITRATE LIMITATION

Hunt, J. N., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, james.nicholashunt@gmail.com; Wilson, W. H., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, whwilson@bigelow.org; Countway, P. D., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, pdcountway@bigelow.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14692 | Poster ID 2494

STEADY PATTERNS OF COMMUNITY STRUCTURE

Kamenir, Y., Bar-lan Univ., Israel, Kamenir@mail.biu.ac.il;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/steady-patterns-of-community-structure.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14744 | Poster ID 2495

EFFECTS OF NATURAL TEMPERATURE FLUCTUATIONS ON IN SITU PUMPING OF SPONGES SPECIES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Morganti, T., Institut de Ciènces del Mar (ICM-CSIC), Centre d’Estudis Avançats de Blanes (CEAB-CSIC), Spain, tmorganti@icm.csic.es; Coma, R., Centre d’Estudis Avançats de Blanes (CEAB-CSIC), Spain, coma@ceab.csic.es; Serrano, E., Centre d’Estudis Avançats de Blanes (CEAB-CSIC), Spain, eserrano@ceab.csic.es; Ribes, M., Institut de Ciènces del Mar (ICM-CSIC), Spain, mribes@icm.csic.es; Yahel, G., The School of Marine Sciences, Ruppin Academic Center, Israel, yahel@ruppin.ac.il;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14970 | Poster ID 2496

LINKING CLIMATE TO BERING SEA FISHERIES RECRUITMENT VIA A NEW, TRAIT-BASED COPEPOD LIFE HISTORY MODEL

Banas, N. S., University of Washington, USA, neil@ocean.washington.edu; Zhang, J., University of Washington, USA, zhang@apl.washington.edu; Campbell, R. G., University of Rhode Island, USA, rcampbell@gso.uri.edu;

ePoster Link: http://faculty.washington.edu/banasn/bering/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15047 | Poster ID 2497

COPEPODS IN THE DEAD ZONE: THE ROLES OF BEHAVIOR AND PHYSICS IN CONTROLLING COPEPOD POPULATION DYNAMICS IN HYPOXIC SYSTEMS

Pierson, J. J., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, jpierson@umces.edu; Nidzieko, N. J., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, nidzieko@umces.edu; Roman, M. R., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, roman@umces.edu; Elliott, D. E., Virginia Commonwealth University, , elliott@umces.edu; Fitzgerald, C., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, cfitzgerald@umces.edu;

ePoster Link: http://goo.gl/mm8HNy

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15084 | Poster ID 2498

A MECHANISTIC APPROACH TO FORECASTING DOMOIC ACID PRODUCTION IN COASTAL CALIFORNIA

Anderson, C. R., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, clrander@ucsc.edu; Edwards, C. A., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, cedwards@ucsc.edu; Goebel, N. L., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, ngoebel@ucsc.edu; Kudela, R. M., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, kudela@ucsc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15787 | Poster ID 2507

COPEPODS INTESTINES: 10^21 MICROBIOREACTORS OF GLOBAL OCEAN PROCESSES

Fields, D. M., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, dfields@bigelow.org; Browman, H. I., Institute of Marine Research, Norway, browmanH@IMR.No; Twining, B. S., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, btwining@bigelow.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15794 | Poster ID 2508

SAFETY IN NUMBERS: HOW COLONIAL GROWTH ALLOWS RECOVERY AFTER A BLEACHING EVENT IN THE CENTRAL PACIFIC

Furby, K. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, kfurby@ucsd.edu; Smith, J. E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ; Sandin, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ssandin@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15876 | Poster ID 2509

VISUALISATION OF MARINE BENTHIC BIOGENIC STRUCTURES AND PARTICLE TRANSPORT

Hale, R., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, rachel.hale@gmail.com; Jacques, R., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, r.jacques@uea.ac.uk; Solan, M., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, m.solan@soton.ac.uk; Tolhurst, T., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, t.tolhurst@uea.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17175 | Poster ID 2510

MUSSEL HEART RATE AS A SHORT-TERM PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE TO ACUTE STRESSORS

Freytes-Ortiz, I. M., University of South Florida, USA, freytesortiz@mail.usf.edu; Stallings, C. D., University of South Florida, USA, stallings@usf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17477 | Poster ID 2511

SEASONALLY CONTRASTING PHYSIOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE QUESTION THE “WARMER-IS-BETTER” HYPOTHESIS FOR JUVENILE FISH

Gleiss, A. C., Stanford University, USA, adrian.gleiss@gmail.com; Morgan, D. L., Murdoch University, Australia, d.morgan@murdoch.edu.au; Whitty, J. M., Murdoch University, Australia, jeffmwhitty@hotmail.com; Fossette, S., NOAA/SWFSC, USA, sabrina.fossette@googlemail.com; Hays, G. C., Deakin University, Australia, g.hays@deakin.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17994 | Poster ID 2512

GLASS SPONGES REQUIRE STRONG CURRENTS AND PRODUCTIVE WATERS TO SUPPORT INTENSE GRAZING AND FORM REEFS IN DEEP WATER

Kahn, A. S., University of Alberta, Canada, kahn@ualberta.ca; Yahel, G., Ruppin Academic Center, Israel, yahel@ruppin.ac.il; Tunnicliffe, V., University of Victoria, Canada, verenat@uvic.ca; Leys, S. P., University of Alberta, Canada, sleys@ualberta.ca;

026 - Biological and physical controls of particle dynamics and fluxes in the mesopelagic layer of the ocean: Current understanding and future directions.

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15379 | Poster ID 1032

SINKING PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON FLUX IN THE SOUTHWESTERN EAST SEA (JAPAN SEA)

Hwang, J., Pohang Univ. Sci & Tech, Republic Of Korea, jhwang@postech.ac.kr; Kim, M., Pohang Univ. Sci & Tech, Republic Of Korea, mini324@postech.ac.kr; Rho, T., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, tkrho@hotmail.com; Lee, T., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, tlee@pusan.ac.kr; Kang, D. J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, djocean@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16066 | Poster ID 1033

NEPHELOID PLUMES ALONG THE LABRADOR SLOPE AND THEIR RECORDING BY U & TH-SERIES ISOTOPES IN THE WATER COLUMN

Hillaire-Marcel, C., GEOTOP-UQAM, Canada, hillaire-marcel.claude@uqam.ca; Ghaleb, B., GEOTOP-UQAM, Canada, ghaleb@uqam.ca; Yashayaev, I., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, yashayaevi@mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16266 | Poster ID 1034

EXPORTS: IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR A NASA FIELD CAMPAIGN FOR QUANTIFYING THE BIOLOGICAL PUMP FROM SATELLITE OBSERVABLES

Buesseler, K. O., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kbuesseler@whoi.edu; Siegel, D. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, davey@eri.ucsb.edu; Planning Team, E., , , ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/exports-implementation-plan-for-a-nasa-field-campaign-for-quantifying-the-biological-pump-from.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16355 | Poster ID 1035

ATLANTIC EQUATORIAL MARINE SNOWFALL AND DEEP PARTICLE MAXIMA

Kiko, R., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum f. Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, rkiko@geomar.de; Hauss, H., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum f. Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, hhauss@geomar.de; Schwarzkopf, F., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum f. Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, fschwarzkopf@geomar.de; Brandt, P., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum f. Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, pbrandt@geomar.de; Stemmann, L., Laboratoire Oceanographique Villefranche, France, stemmann@obs-vlfr.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17422 | Poster ID 1036

IMPROVING PARTICLE FLUX ESTIMATES BY ACCOUNTING FOR HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT

McInnes, A. S., Texas A&M University, USA, mcinnes@tamug.edu; Dorado, S., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, dorado_sam@yahoo.com; Waite, A. M., University of Western Australia, Australia, anya.waite@uwa.edu.au; Quigg, A., Texas A&M University, USA, quigga@tamug.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13868 | Poster ID 964

IMPLICATIONS OF NEW METHODICAL IMPROVEMENTS IN SEDIMENT TRAP MEASUREMENTS AT THE BERMUDA ATLANTIC TIME-SERIES STUDY

Enright, M. P., BIOS, Bermuda, Matt.enright@bios.edu; Johnson, R. J., BIOS, Bermuda, rod.johnson@bios.edu; Bates, N. R., BIOS, Bermuda, Nick.Bates@bios.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14658 | Poster ID 965

FE FERTILIZATION AND CARBON EXPORT PRODUCTION: THE NATURAL LABORATORY OF THE KERGUELEN ISLAND, SOUTHERN OCEAN

Planchon, F., Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Environnement Marin (LEMAR), IUEM, France, frederic.planchon@univ-brest.fr; Ballas, D., Analytical, Environmental and Geo-Chemistry, Earth System Sciences Research Group, VUB, Belgium, dballas@vub.ac.be; Cavagna, A. J., Analytical, Environmental and Geo-Chemistry, Earth System Sciences Research Group, VUB, Belgium, acavagna@vub.ac.be; Trull, T., ACE-CRC, CSIRO, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, tom.trull@csiro.au; Dehairs, F., Analytical, Environmental and Geo-Chemistry, Earth System Sciences Research Group, VUB, Belgium, fdehairs@vub.ac.be;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14703 | Poster ID 966

SHORT-TERM VARIATION OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON FLUX IN MARGINAL SEAS

Chen, J. C., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, airtrack27@yahoo.com.tw; Hung , C. C., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, cchung@mail.nsysu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14746 | Poster ID 967

DYNAMICS OF FREE-LIVING AND PARTICLE-ATTACHED BACTERIA AND THEIR ROLE IN OCEANIC CARBON CYCLING: A GLOBAL OCEAN OVERVIEW.

Rivkin, R. B., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, rrivkin@mun.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14786 | Poster ID 968

DEVELOPING THE USE OF THE VITAL STAIN NEUTRAL RED IN SHORT-TERM SEDIMENT TRAPS TO MORE ACCURATELY DETERMINE PARTICLE FLUX IN THE MESOPELAGIC LAYER

Ivory, J. A., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary, USA, jaivory@vims.edu; Tang, K. W., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary, USA, kamtang@vims.edu; Takahashi, K., The University of Tokyo, Japan, akazutak@mail.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14816 | Poster ID 969

BUDGETING RESPIRATORY LOSS PROCESSES: EXPLAINING OBSERVED VARIATION IN PARTICLE FLUX ATTENUATION AT SEVEN STATIONS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC

Collins, J. R., MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography, USA, jrcollins@whoi.edu; Ossolinski, J. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jossolinski@whoi.edu; Thamatrakoln, K., Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, USA, thamat@marine.rutgers.edu; Tagliaferre, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, , jeremy.tagliaferre@gmail.com; Van Mooy, B. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bvanmooy@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14975 | Poster ID 970

THE ROLE OF SATELLITE ESTIMATED PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY SIZE STRUCTURE IN EXPORT FLUX

Barnett, A., Michigan Technological University, USA, audrey.barnett@mtu.edu; Mouw, C. B., Michigan Technological University, USA, cbmouw@mtu.edu; McKinley, G., University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, gamckinley@wisc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-role-of-satellite-estimated-phytoplankton-community-size-structure-in-export-flux.pdf

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13569 | Poster ID 1001

A TYPHOON STORM SURGE MODEL FOR JAPAN

Grieser, J., Risk Management Solutions Ltd., United Kingdom, juergen.grieser@rms.com; Zhao, Q., Risk Management Solutions Ltd., United Kingdom, qun.zhao@rms.com; Maskell, J., Risk Management Solutions Ltd. , United Kingdom, john.maskell@rms.com; Rodney, J. T., Risk Management Solutions Ltd., United Kingdom, jamie.rodney@rms.com; Bruneau, N., Risk Management Solutions Ltd., United Kingdom, nicolas.bruneau@rms.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14039 | Poster ID 1002

MODELED CHANGES IN EXTREME WAVE CLIMATES AND RUNUP FOR US AND US-AFFILIATED PACIFIC ISLANDS DURING THE 21ST CENTURY

Shope, J. B., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, jshope@ucsc.edu; Storlazzi, C. D., United States Geological Survey Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center, USA, cstorlazzi@usgs.gov; Erikson, L. H., United States Geological Survey Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center, USA, lerikson@usgs.gov; Hegermiller, C. A., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, chegermiller@usgs.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14085 | Poster ID 1003

ON IMPROVING STORM SURGE FORECASTING USING AN ADJOINT OPTIMAL TECHNIQUE

Li, Y. N., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, lyneng@scsio.ac.cn; Peng, S. Q., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, speng@scsio.ac.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15124 | Poster ID 1004

SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT IN RELATION TO INERTIAL CURRENTS INDUCED BY TYPHOON WINDS MEASURED BY A DRIFTING BUOY

Werkmeister, A. A., University of Miami, RSMAS, USA, awerkmeister@rsmas.miami.edu; Graber, H. C., University of Miami, RSMAS, USA, hgraber@cstars.miami.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15943 | Poster ID 1005

WEATHER RELATED CHANGES IN STORM SURGE ACTIVITY OVER AUSTRALIA

Colberg, F., CSIRO, Australia, frank.colberg@csiro.au; McInnes, K. L., CSIRO, Australia, kathleen.mcinnes@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15959 | Poster ID 1006

WAVE SIMULATION USING INTEGRALLY COUPLED WAVE-TIDE-SURGE MODEL OF THE EAST CHINA SEA

Kim, K. O., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, kokim@kiost.ac; Jung, K. T., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktjung@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16535 | Poster ID 1007

THE DYNAMIC AND STRUCTURE WIND WAVES DURING STRONG OFFSHORE WIND FROM REMOTE SENSING DATA

Repina, I. A., A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Russian Federation, repina@ifaran.ru; Titov, V. M., Institute of Applied Physics, Russian Federation, titov@hydro.appl.sci-nnov.ru;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16681 | Poster ID 1008

OBSERVATIONAL AND NUMERICAL STUDY OF WAVE-TURBULENCE INTERACTION NEAR THE SEA SURFACE

Mostafa Bakhoday Paskyabi, M. B., Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway, Mostafa.Bakhoday@gfi.uib.no; Ward, B., National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, nobward@nuigalway.ie; Fer, I., Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Norway, Ilker.Fer@gfi.uib.;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16811 | Poster ID 1009

DEVELOPMENT OF A COUPLED OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE OPERATIONAL OBSERVING SYSTEM IN PUERTO RICO AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS

Solano, M. S., The University of Texas at Dallas, USA, mss130430@utdallas.edu; Garcia, E., , , ; Canals, M., , , ; Morell, J., , , ; Leonardi, S., The University of Texas at Dallas, USA, Stefano.Leonardi@utdallas.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16914 | Poster ID 1010

LARGE-SCALE STORM TIDE MODELING IN THE MID-ATLANTIC BIGHT DURING HURRICANE SANDY

LIU, Z., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, The College of William and Mary, USA, zhuo@vims.edu; Wang, H. V., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, The College of William and Mary, USA, wang@vims.edu; Zhang, Y. J., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, yjzhang@vims.edu; Forrest, D. R., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, drf@vims.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/large-scale-storm-tide-modeling-in-the-mid-atlantic-bight-during-hurricane-sandy.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17455 | Poster ID 1085

WAVE-COHERENT AIRFLOW AND CRITICAL LAYERS OVER OCEAN WAVES.

Grare, L., Scripps institution of Oceanograhy, USA, lgrare@ucsd.edu; Lenain, L., Scripps institution of Oceanograhy, USA, llenain@ucsd.edu; Melville, W. K., Scripps institution of Oceanograhy, USA, kmelville@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17806 | Poster ID 1086

MODELING THE RESPONSE OF ESTUARINE LAKES AND BAYS TO ATMOSPHERIC COLD FRONTAL SYSTEM PASSAGES

Li, C., Louisiana State University, USA, cli@lsu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.oceandynamics.lsu.edu

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17950 | Poster ID 1087

REMOTE WIND-FORCED COASTAL TRAPPED WAVES OFF TAMAULIPAS AND NORTHERN VERACRUZ, WESTERN GULF OF MEXICO.

Mancilla-Rojas, R., CICATA-IPN, Mexico, mmancillar0900@ipn.mx; Rivas, D., CICESE, Mexico, drivas@cicese.mx;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13783 | Poster ID 2593

TRANSFER OF INTRACOLONIAL GENETIC VARIABILITY THROUGH GAMETES IN ACROPORA HYACINTHUS

Schweinsberg, M., Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, maximilian.schweinsberg@rub.de; Lampert, K. P., Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, kathrin.lampert@rub.de; Tollrian, R., Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, tollrian@rub.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13866 | Poster ID 2594

TRACKING CONNECTIVITY NON-LETHALLY WITH TRACE ELEMENTS AND STABLE ISOTOPES IN FISH SCALES

Walther, B. D., University of Texas, USA, bwalther@utexas.edu; Woodcock, S. H., University of Texas, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/tracking-connectivity-non-lethally-with-trace-elements-and-stable-isotopes-in-fish-scales.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14228 | Poster ID 2595

DEMOGRAPHIC EFFECT ON ALLELE FREQUENCIES IN A METAPOPULATION

Padron, M., UPMC, France, mariana.padron@gmail.com; Bramanti, L., UPMC, France, philebo@gmail.com; Guizien, K., CNRS, France, guizien@obs-banyuls.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14488 | Poster ID 2596

GENETIC ADAPTATION ALONG ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS IN THE REEF-BUILDING CORAL ACROPORA MILLEPORA FROM THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Jin, Y., James Cook University, Australia, youngkoo.jin@my.jcu.edu.au; Lundgren, P., Monash University, Australia, petra.lundgren@monash.edu; Willis, B., James Cook University, Australia, bette.willis@jcu.edu.au; Kininmonth, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, stuart.kininmonth@stockholmresilience.su.se; van Oppen, M., The Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, M.vanoppen@aims.gov.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14837 | Poster ID 2597

HIGH THROUGHPUT AMPLICON SEQUENCING TO DETERMINE ZOOPLANKTON DIVERSITY IN THE RED SEA

Pearman, J. K., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, john.pearman@kaust.edu.sa; El-Sherbiny Omar , M., King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia, ooomar@kau.edu.sa; Aidaroos, A., King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia, aaidaroos@hotmail.com; Irigoien, X., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Xabier.irigoyen@kaust.edu.sa;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15117 | Poster ID 2598

SIMULATING LARVAL TRANSPORT OF ATLANTIC SURFCLAMS IN THE MID-ATLANTIC BIGHT: THE INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL DRIVERS WITH COMMENTS ON POTENTIAL CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECT

Zhang, X., Institute of Marine and Coastal Science, Rutgers University, USA, xinzhong@marine.rutgers.edu; Haidvogel, D. B., Institute of Marine and Coastal Science, Rutgers University, USA, dale@marine.rutgers.edu; Munroe, D., Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory, Rutgers University, USA, dmunroe@hsrl.Rutgers.edu; Powell, E. N., Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, University of South Mississippi, USA, eric.n.powell@usm.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15175 | Poster ID 2599

EMPIRICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL MODELING STUDIES OF DISPERSAL BARRIERS FOR MARINE PLANKTON

Norton, E. L., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mlenorton@gmail.com; Andrews, K. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, kimandrews@gmail.com; Powell, B. S., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, powellb@hawaii.edu; Goetze, E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, egoetze@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15497 | Poster ID 2600

FIDELITY AND MIGRATION OF BASKING SHARKS IN THE ATLANTIC

Braun, C. D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cbraun@whoi.edu; Skomal, G. B., Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, USA, gregory.skomal@state.ma.us; Thorrold, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sthorrold@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15949 | Poster ID 2601

LARVAL DISPERSAL POTENTIAL DECREASES WITH DEPTH, IMPLICATIONS FOR OPEN OCEAN CONNECTIVITY

Howell, K. L., Plymouth University, Marine Institute, United Kingdom, Kerry.Howell@plymouth.ac.uk; Ross, R. E., Plymouth University, Marine Institute, United Kingdom, Rebecca.Ross@plymouth.ac.uk; Kirby, I., Plymouth University, Marine Institute, United Kingdom, ; Nimmo Smith, W. A., Plymouth University, Marine Institute, United Kingdom, Alex.Nimmo.Smith@plymouth.ac.uk; Read, J., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/larval-dispersal-potential-decreases-with-depth-implications-for-open-ocean-connectivity.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16312 | Poster ID 2602

DO DIFFERENT LARVAL SOURCE POPULATIONS INFLUENCE RECRUITMENT WINDOWS IN THE BARNACLE SEMIBALANUS BALANOIDES?

Govindarajan, A. F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, afrese@whoi.edu; Rand, D., Brown University, USA, David_Rand@Brown.EDU; Pineda, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jpineda@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16654 | Poster ID 2603

PTEROPOD MOLLUSCS: USING MOLECULAR GENETICS TO UNDERSTAND POPULATION CONNECTIVITY AND BIODIVERSITY

Bush, S. L., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, sbush@mbari.org; Osborn, K. J., Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of Natural History, USA, osbornk@si.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16663 | Poster ID 2604

MODELLING THE VARIATION IN LARVAL DISPERSAL OF ESTUARINE AND COASTAL GHOST SHRIMP: UPOGEBIA CONGENERS IN THE GULF OF CADIZ

T. Pires, R. F., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, ritatpires@gmail.com; Pan, M., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, ; P. Santos, A. M., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, ; Peliz, A., Instituto Dom Luiz, Portugal, ; dos Santos, A., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16732 | Poster ID 2605

GOING WITH THE FLOW? MODELLING CORAL DISPERSAL IN A CHANGING OCEAN

Wood, S., University of Bristol, United Kingdom, sally.wood@bristol.ac.uk; Paris, C. B., Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, USA, cparis@rsmas.miami.edu; Ridgwell, A., University of Bristol, United Kingdom, andy.ridgwell@bristol.ac.uk; Hendy, E. J., University of Bristol, United Kingdom, e.hendy@bristol.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/going-with-the-flow-coral-connectivity-in-a-changing-climate.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16872 | Poster ID 2606

GENETIC POPULATION STRUCTURE AND CONNECTIVITY OF AZOREAN LIMPETS

Faria, J., CIIMAR/CIMAR - Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research, University of Porto, Portugal, jfaria@uac.pt; Presa, P., University of Vigo. Fac. Marine Sciences, Lab. Marine Genetic Resources, Spain, pressa@uvigo.es; Martins, G. M., CIIMAR/CIMAR - Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research, University of Porto, Portugal, gmartins@uac.pt; Ribeiro, P., IMAR and Department of Oceanography and Fisheries, University of Azores, Portugal, pribeiro@uac.pt; Neto, A. I., CIIMAR/CIMAR - Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research, University of Porto, Portugal, aneto@uac.pt;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16885 | Poster ID 2607

USING A NOVEL AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUE TO ENHANCE OUR UNDERSTANDING OF OYSTER (CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA) LARVAL DISPERSAL AND CONNECTIVITY

Goodwin, J. D., Horn Point Laboratory University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Cambridge MD, USA, jgoodwin@umces.edu; North, E. W., Horn Point Laboratory University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Cambridge MD, USA, enorth@umces.edu; Thompson, C. M., Horn Point Laboratory University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Cambridge MD, USA, cthompson@umces.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16955 | Poster ID 2608

POPULATION PERSISTENCE IN MARINE ZOOPLANKTON

Goetze, E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Oceanography , USA, egoetze@hawaii.edu; Andrews, K. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Oceanography, USA, kimandrews@gmail.com; Norton, E. L., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Oceanography, USA, emilyln@hawaii.edu; Portner, E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Oceanography, USA, elanportner@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17022 | Poster ID 2681

NOVEL QUANTITATIVE ANALYSES OF PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE AND CONNECTIVITY AMONG MARINE POPULATIONS AS INFERRED FROM WHOLE-GENOME MTDNA SEQUENCES

Carr, S. M., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, scarr@mun.ca; Duggan, A. T., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, ; Stenson, G. B., Department of Fisheries & Oceans, Canada, ; Marshall, H. D., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.mun.ca/biology/scarr/Research.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17081 | Poster ID 2682

THE ROLE OF MIGRATION AND COLONIZATION IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ATLANTIC DEEP-SEA CLAMS ABYSSOGENA SOUTHWARDAE AND CALYPTOGENA SP. AFF. PACIFICA

Leavitt LaBella, A., Duke University, USA, all45@duke.edu; Cunningham, C., Duke University, USA, cliff@duke.edu; Van Dover, C. L., Duke University, USA, clv3@duke.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17228 | Poster ID 2683

SIMULATING MESOPHOTIC TO SHALLOW REEFS CONNECTIVITY CONSIDERING THREE-DIMENSION CORAL REEF HABITATS  

Vaz, A. C., University of Miami, USA, avaz@rsmas.miami.edu; Paris, C. B., University of Miami, USA, cparis@rsmas.miami.edu; Holstein, D. M., University of the Virgin Islands, USA, dan.holstein@gmail.com; Olascoaga, M. J., University of Miami, USA, jolascoaga@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17303 | Poster ID 2684

HAWAIIAN ‘OPIHI POPULATIONS PARTITIONED BY ISLAND

Pennoyer, K. E., Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USA, kelly.pennoyer@tamucc.edu; Baker, A., University of Hawaii , USA, ; Hogan, J. D., Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, , ; Toonen, R. J., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Bird, C. E., Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17504 | Poster ID 2685

POLAR EXPRESS? CONNECTIVITY AMONG MORPHOLOGICALLY CRYPTIC PSEUDOCALANUS COPEPOD SPECIES IN THE BERING SEA

Bailey, J., University of Rhode Island, USA, jenn.bailey9595@gmail.com; Rynearson, T. A., University of Rhode Island, USA, rynearson@mail.uri.edu; Durbin, E. G., University of Rhode Island, USA, edurbin@mail.uri.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17561 | Poster ID 2686

COAST-WIDE NURSERY AREA CONTRIBUTION TO THE ADULT POPULATION OF ATLANTIC MENHADEN BREVOORTIA TYRANNUS

Anstead, K. A., Old Dominion University , USA, kanstead@odu.edu; Schaffler, J. J., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Jones, C. M., Old Dominion University , USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17688 | Poster ID 2687

MODELING AND GROUND-TRUTHING THE REEF FISH LARVAL POOL AROUND THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Wren, J. L., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, jwren@hawaii.edu; Kobayashi, D. R., NOAA Fisheries, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, USA, Donald.Kobayashi@noaa.gov; Toonen, R. J., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, toonen@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17690 | Poster ID 2688

TESTING MICROSATELLITE MARKERS FOR REVEALING POPULATION GENETICS OF THE COCCOLITHOPHORE EMILIANIA HUXLEYI IN THE SOUTHEAST PACIFIC

Herrera, Y., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, yrherrer@uc.cl; Carrasco, L., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, lore.carrascot@gmail.com; Mella-Flores, D., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, dmella@bio.puc.cl; von Dassow, P., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, pvondassow@bio.puc.cl;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17735 | Poster ID 2689

SPATIAL SCALES OF GENETIC DIVERSITY WITHIN JELLYFISHES

Abboud, S. S., UC Merced, USA, sabboud@ucmerced.edu; Gómez Daglio, L., UC Merced, USA, lgomezdaglio@ucmerced.edu; Dawson, M. N., UC Merced, USA, mdawson@ucmerced.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17823 | Poster ID 2690

OTOLITH CHEMISTRY: PITFALLS AND INSIGHTS IN ITS USE FOR THE STUDY OF SUMMER FLOUNDER POPULATION STRUCTURE

Kajajian, A., Old Dominion University, USA, akajajia@odu.edu; Schaffler, J. J., Old Dominion University, USA, jschaffl@odu.edu; Jones, C. M., Old Dominion University, USA, cjones@odu.edu;

033 - Ocean Acidification in Coastal Environments

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13049 | Poster ID 2561

CARBONATE MINERAL SATURATION STATES IN THE EAST CHINA SEA: PRESENT CONDITIONS AND FUTURE SCENARIOS

Chou, W., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, wcchou@mail.ntou.edu.tw; Gong, G., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, gcgong@mail.ntou.edu.tw; Hung, C., National Sun Yet-Sen University, Taiwan ROC, cchung@mail.nsysu.edu.tw; Wu, Y., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, unique0730@hotmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13122 | Poster ID 2562

EXPLORING ESTUARINE ACIDIFICATION AND MINIMUM BUFFER ZONE

Hu, X., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, xinping.hu@tamucc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13148 | Poster ID 2563

SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN ARAGONITE SATURATION STATES IN KWANGYANG BAY, KOREA

Kim, D., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, dkim@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13170 | Poster ID 2564

CARBON DRAW-DOWN POTENTIAL BY THE NATIVE EELGRASS Z. MARINA IN PUGET SOUND AND IMPLICATIONS FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION MANAGEMENT

Shishido, C. M., University of Washington, USA, csmariko@hawaii.edu; Klinger, T. L., University of Washington, USA, ; Thom, R. M., Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13227 | Poster ID 2565

ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION IN THE NW EUROPEAN SEAS IN SUMMER 2011 USING A MULTIVARIATE STATISTICAL APPROACH

Ribas-Ribas, M., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, m.ribas-ribas@soton.ac.uk; Tyrrell, T., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, Toby.Tyrrell@soton.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13235 | Poster ID 2566

RECRUITMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF BENTHIC BACK-REEF COMMUNITIES IN RESPONSE TO IN-SITU LOW PH CONDITIONS

Crook, E. D., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, ederse@ucsc.edu; Potts, D. C., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, potts@ucsc.edu; Rebolledo-Vieyra, M., Centro de Investigacion Cientifica de Yucatan, Mexico, marior@cicy.mx; Hernandez Terrones, L., Centro de Investigacion Cientifica de Yucatan, Mexico, laurah@cicy.mx; Paytan, A., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, apaytan@ucsc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13580 | Poster ID 2567

CARBONATE SATURATION STATE CALCULATIONS AND THERMODYNAMIC CONSISTENCY OF DATA OBTAINED ON U.S. EAST AND WEST COAST OCEAN ACIDIFICATION CRUISES

Patsavas, M. C., University of South Florida, USA, mcpatsavas@gmail.com; Byrne, R. H., University of South Florida, USA, rhbyrne@usf.edu; Wanninkhof, R., NOAA Atlantic and Meteorological Laboratory, USA, rik.wanninkhof@noaa.gov; Feely, R. A., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, richard.a.feely@noaa.gov; Cai, W. J., University of Delaware, USA, wcai@udel.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13690 | Poster ID 2568

THE GLOBAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION OBSERVING NETWORK

Cosca, C., NOAA, USA, Cathy.Cosca@noaa.gov; Williamson, P., UK Natural Environment Research Council/University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, p.williamson@uea.ac.uk; Jewett, L., NOAA, USA, Libby.Jewett@noaa.gov; Newton, J., University of Washington, USA, newton@apl.washington.edu; Mathis, J., NOAA, USA, Jeremy.Mathis@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13699 | Poster ID 2625

HYDRODYNAMIC REGUIFA: SLOW SEAWTER FLOWS AMELIORATE THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICAITON ON CORALLINE ALGAE

Hurd, C. L., Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Australia, catriona.hurd@utas.edu.au; Cornwall, C. E., Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Australia, chris.cornwall@utas.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13867 | Poster ID 2626

TOLERANCE AND IMPACTS OF EARLY-LIFE STAGES OF WINTER FLOUNDER, PSEUDOPLEURONECTES AMERICANUS, TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Candelmo, A. C., Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, allicandelmo@gmail.com; Chambers, C., Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, ; Habeck, E., Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, ; Wieczorek, D., Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, ; Cooper, K., Rutgers University, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14037 | Poster ID 2627

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION: THE DISSOLUTION OF CALCIUM CARBONATE IN ARTIFICIAL SEAWATER

Adhami, Z., Department of Chemistry, University of Otago, New Zealand, zhaleh.adhami@chemistry.otago.ac.nz; Hunter, K., Department of Chemistry, University of Otago, New Zealand, keith.hunter@otago.ac.nz; Currie, K., NIWA Centre for Chemical and Physical Oceanography, Chemistry Department, University of Otago, New Zealand, kimc@chemistry.otago.ac.nz; Sander, S., Department of Chemistry, University of Otago, New Zealand, sylvias@chemistry.otago.ac.nz;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14112 | Poster ID 2628

VARIABILITY OF INORGANIC CARBON SYSTEM IN THE SOUTHWESTERN EAST/JAPAN SEA

PARK, G. H., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, gpark@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14166 | Poster ID 2629

RATE OVER MAGNITUDE: RATE-DEPENDENT RESPONSES OF CORALLINE ALGAE TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Kamenos, N. A., University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, nick.kamenos@glasgow.ac.uk; Burdett, H. L., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, ; Findlay, H., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, ; Widdicombe, S., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, ; Calosi, P., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, France, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14290 | Poster ID 2630

SEASONAL ABUNDANCE OF PLANKTIC FORAMINIFERA FROM NEAR SHORE PLANKTON TOWS IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT UPWELLING SYSTEM

Davis, C. V., University of California, Davis, USA, cvdavis@ucdavis.edu; Hill, T. M., University of California, Davis, USA, tmhill@ucdavis.edu; Jahncke, J., Point Blue Conservation Science, USA, jjahncke@prbo.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14745 | Poster ID 2631

MACROALGAL ROLE AS A FACTOR CONTROLLING PH IN COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS.

Wada, S., University of Tsukuba, Japan, swadasbm@kurofune.shimoda.tsukuba.ac.jp; Hama, T., University of Tsukuba, Japan, thama@biol.tsukuba.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14770 | Poster ID 2632

SYNERGETIC EFFECTS OF HYPOXIA AND INCREASING CO2 ON DIFFERENT INVERTEBRATE SPECIES ALONG THE CHILEAN COAST

Steckbauer, A., IMEDEA-CSIC, Spain, asteckbauer@imedea.uib-csic.es; Ramajo, L., IMEDEA-CSIC, PUC, Spain, lramajo@imedea.uib-csic.es; Fernandez, M., ECIM, Chile, mfernandez@bio.puc.cl; Lagos, N., PUC, Chile, nlagoss@santotomas.cl; Duarte, C. M., IMEDEA-CSIC, UWA, Spain, carlosduarte@imedea.uib-csic.es;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14969 | Poster ID 2633

THE EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON OTOLITH GROWTH IN LARVAL ESTUARINE AND MARINE FISH

Stoneman, A. T., Delaware State University, USA, ston0220@umn.edu; Smith, S. L., Delaware State University, USA, slsmith@desu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15077 | Poster ID 2634

A PILOT PROJECT FOR AUTONOMOUS OCEAN ACIDIFICATION SURVEYS IN THE NORTHERN GULF WITH THE LIQUID ROBOTICS WAVE GLIDER

Howden, S. D., The University of Southern Mississippi, USA, stephan.howden@usm.edu; Griffith, J., Liquid Robotics, Inc., USA, Jamie Griffith ; Wanninkhof, R., NOAA/Atlantic Oceanographic & Meteorological Laboratory, USA, Rik Wanninkhof ; Friederich, G., Monterey Bay Research Institute, USA, Gernot Friederich ; Gundersen, K., The University of Southern Mississippi, USA, Kjell Gundersen ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15231 | Poster ID 2635

EFFECTS OF INCREASING PCO2 ON BACTERIOPLANKTON UTILIZATION OF DOC

James, A. K., University of California at Santa Barbara, USA, anna.james.k@gmail.com; Carlson, C. A., University of California at Santa Barbara, USA, craig.carlson@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Brzezinski, M. A., University of California at Santa Barbara, USA, mark.brzezinski@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Passow, U., University of California at Santa Barbara, USA, uta.passow@lifesci.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15499 | Poster ID 2636

DIRECT LINKAGE BETWEEN DMS PRODUCTION AND MICROZOOPLANKTONGRAZING RESULTING FROM PREY COMPOSITION CHANGE UNDER HIGH PCO2 CONDITIONS.

Park, K., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktpark@postech.ac.kr; Lee, K., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktl@postech.ac.kr; Shin, K., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ksshin@kiost.ac; Yang, E., Korea Polar Research Institute, Republic Of Korea, ejyang@kopri.re.kr; Hyun, B., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, bghyun@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15522 | Poster ID 2637

IMPACT OF COUPLED OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND DEOXYGENATION ON NITROUS OXIDE PRODUCTION IN OCEAN WATER

Kim, H., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, kharyun@postech.ac.kr; Lee, K., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktl@postech.ac.kr; Park, K., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktpark@postech.ac.kr; Kim, M., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, yellow77@postech.ac.kr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15541 | Poster ID 2638

HIGH RESOLUTION, IN SITU PH AND OXYGEN FLUXES USING A NEW EDDY CORRELATION SYSTEM TO EXAMINE OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND ECOSYSTEM METABOLISM

Long, M. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mlong@whoi.edu; Charette, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mcharette@whoi.edu; Martin, W., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, wmartin@whoi.edu; McCorkle, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmccorkle@whoi.edu; De Beer, D., Max Plank Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, dbeer@mpi-bremen.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15626 | Poster ID 2639

EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON THE STRUCTURE OF THE RED ROCK SHRIMP (LYSMATA CALIFORNICA) EXOSKELETON

Gilleard, J. M., University of Montana, USA, jasmine.gilleard@umontana.edu; Taylor, J. R., Scripps Institute of Oceanography, USA, j3taylor@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15739 | Poster ID 2640

SEASONAL CHANGE IN CARBONATE SYSTEM AND ITS CONTLOLLING FACTORS OFF THE COAST OF SHIMODA IN JAPAN

Matsushita, W., University of Tsukuba, Japan, s1321223@u.tsukuba.ac.jp; Wada, S., University of Tsukuba, Japan, ; Ishii, M., Meteorological Research Institute , Japan, ; Hama, T., University of Tsukuba, Japan, thama@biol.tsukuba.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15761 | Poster ID 2649

EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON COASTAL PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION RATE

Inoue, T., University of Tsukuba, Japan, s1220983@u.tsukuba.ac.jp; Suzuki, R., University of Tsukuba, Japan, ; Wada, S., University of Tsukuba, , ; Sasano, D., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, ; Hama, T., University of Tsukuba, Japan, thama@biol.tsukuba.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15762 | Poster ID 2650

ALKALINITY RELEASE FROM SEDIMENTS AND IMPACT ON THE WATER COLUMN CO2 SYSTEM IN THE NORTH SEA

Heiko Brenner, H., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, heiko.brenner@nioz.nl; Braeckman, U., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, ulrike.braeckman@ugent.be; Le Guitton, M., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, marie.le.guitton@nioz.nl; Meysman, F., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, filip.meysman@nioz.nl;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15914 | Poster ID 2651

THE EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON DIMETHYLSULFOXIDE (DMSO)

Zindler, C., Geomar, Germany, czindler@geomar.de; Lutterbeck, H., Geomar, Germany, hlutterbeck@geomar.de; Marandino, C. A., Geomar, Germany, cmarandino@geomar.de; Bange, H. W., Geomar, Germany, hbange@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16171 | Poster ID 2652

EFFECT OF SEABED CO2 EMISSIONS ON BENTHIC MICROBIOTA IN A COASTAL ECOSYSTEM (PANAREA ISLAND, ITALY)

Molari, M., MPI for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mmolari@mpi-bremen.de; Meyer, S., Geophysical Institute & Bjerknes Center for Climate Research, Norway, Stefanie.Meyer@gfi.uib.no; Weber, M., HYDRA Institut für Meereswissenschaften, Germany, m.weber@hydra-institute.com; Ramette, A., MPI for Marine Microbiology, Germany, aramette@mpi-bremen.de; Boetius, A., AWI Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany, Antje.Boetius@awi.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16481 | Poster ID 2653

FROM KELP TO ICE: TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY IN OCEAN PH

Kapsenberg, L., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, lydia.kapsenberg@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Hofmann, G. E., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, gretchen.hofmann@lifesci.ucsb.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/from-kelp-to-ice-temporal-and-spatial-variability-in-ocean-ph.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16490 | Poster ID 2654

EPIGENETIC APPROACHES TO INVESTIGATE LOCAL ADAPTATION IN MARINE INVERTEBRATES

Johnson, K. M., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, Kevin.johnson@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Hofmann, G. E., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, gretchen.hofmann@lifesci.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16515 | Poster ID 2655

CALCITE SATURATION NUTRIENT AND OXYGEN IMPACTS ON CALCIFICATION OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA AT NATURAL LOW PH SUBMARINE SPRINGS

Martínez Fernández, A., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, amarti43@ucsc.edu; Crook, E., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, ederse@ucsc.edu; Rebolledo-Vieyra, M., Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán, Mexico, marior@cicy.mx; Hernández Terrones, L. M., Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán, Mexico, laurah@cicy.mx; Paytan, A., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, apaytan@ucsc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16516 | Poster ID 2656

INVESTIGATING EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON CALCIFICATION RATES OF SUBARCTIC CORALLINE ALGAE

Chan, P., University of Toronto, Canada, phoebetw.chan@utoronto.ca; Halfar, J., University of Toronto, Canada, jochen.halfar@utoronto.ca; Lebednik, P. A., Weston Solutions, Inc., USA, plebednik@sbcglobal.net; Norley, C. J., Western University, Canada, cnorley@robarts.ca; Holdsworth, D. W., Western University, Canada, dholdsworth@robarts.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/investigating-effects-of-ocean-acidification-on-calcification-rates-of-subarctic-coralline-algae-.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16769 | Poster ID 2657

CONTINUOUS, AUTONOMOUS MEASUREMENT OF THE CO2 SYSTEM IN WAQUOIT BAY, MA

Martin, W. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmccorkle@whoi.edu; Sayles, F. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; McCorkle, D. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmccorkle@whoi.edu; Weidman, C., Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16840 | Poster ID 2658

THE EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON MARINE CALCIFIERS IN TROPICAL SEAGRASS BEDS

Campbell, J., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, campbellju@si.edu; Paul, V., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, paul@si.edu; Miller, A., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA, miller@si.edu; Fourqurean, J., Florida International University, USA, fourqurean@fiu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://sms.si.edu

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16869 | Poster ID 2659

CALCIUM ANOMALIES IN THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM

Ballard, J. R., University of California San Diego, USA, jrballar@ucsd.edu; Martz, T. R., University of California San Diego, USA, trmartz@ucsd.edu; Alin, S. R., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, simone.r.alin@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16992 | Poster ID 2660

EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON BIOEROSION OF BURROWING BIVALVES IN MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA.

Valentino, L. M., California State University, Northridge, USA, lauren.valentino.himb@gmail.com; Carpenter, R. C., California State University, Northridge, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17178 | Poster ID 2661

DEVELOPMENT, TESTING AND DEPLOYMENT OF AUTONOMOUS OCEAN ACIDIFICATION INSTRUMENT PACKAGES IN A COASTAL UPWELLING SYSTEM

Friederich, G. E., MBARI, USA, frge@mbari.org; Chavez, F. P., MBARI, USA, chfr@mbari.org; O'Reilly, T. C., MBARI, USA, oreilly@mbari.org; McGill, P. R., MBARI, USA, mcgill@mbari.org; Wahl, C., MBARI, USA, cwahl@mbari.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17235 | Poster ID 2662

DIEL TRENDS IN NET COMMUNITY CALCIFICATION AND PRODUCTION RATES FOR DIFFERENT BENTHIC COMMUNITIES EXPOSED TO AMBIENT AND ACIDIFIED SEAWATER

Page, H. N., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, hnpage@ucsd.edu; Yeakel, K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, kyeakel@ucsd.edu; Jokiel, K., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, jokiel@hawaii.edu; Rodgers, K., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kuuleir@hawaii.edu; Andersson, A. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, aandersson@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17300 | Poster ID 2663

IMPACTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON PHYTOPLANKTONIC COMMUNITIES OF ESTUARINE AND COSTAL REGIONS OF CANADA

Bénard, R., Laval University, Canada, robin.benard.1@ulaval.ca; Levasseur, M., Laval University, Canada, maurice.levasseur@bio.ulaval.ca; Scarratt, M., Maurice-Lamontagne Institute, Canada, michael.scarratt@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Mucci, A., McGill University, Canada, alfonso.mucci@mcgill.ca; Tremblay, J. E., Laval University, Canada, jean-eric.tremblay@bio.ulaval.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17304 | Poster ID 2664

EXTREME PCO2 VARIABILITY IN A MACROTIDAL EEL GRASS MEADOW MEDIATED BY TIDAL AND DIURNAL CYCLES

Love, B. A., Shannon Point Marine Center, Western Washington University , USA, Brooke.Love@wwu.edu; O'Brien, C. E., Eckert College, USA, ceobrien@eckerd.edu; Bulthuis, D., Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, USA, bulthuis@padillabay.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17319 | Poster ID 2730

THE DISSOLUTION KINETICS OF CARBONATE MINERALS

Subhas, A. V., California Institute of Technology, USA, asubhas@gps.caltech.edu; Rollins, N., University of Southern California, USA, nrollins@usc.edu; Erez, J., Hebrew University , Israel, jonathan.erez@mail.huji.ac.il; Berelson, W., University of Southern California, USA, berelson@usc.edu; Adkins, J. F., California Institute of Technology, USA, jess@gps.caltech.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17485 | Poster ID 2731

FREQUENCY AND INTENSITY OF EXPOSURE TO CARBONATE CORROSIVE WATERS IN A NEAR-SHORE UPWELLING ENVIRONMENT

Jacobsen, J. R., Humboldt State University, USA, jrj42@humboldt.edu; Abell, J. T., Humboldt State University, USA, ja49@humboldt.edu; Shaugnessy, F., Humboldt State University, USA, fjs3@humboldt.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17724 | Poster ID 2733

EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON PHYTOPLANKTON IN CULTURES AND FIELD-COLLECTED COASTAL ASSEMBLAGES

King, A. L., NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, andrew.king@gmail.com; Wikfors, G. H., NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, gary.wikfors@noaa.gov; Milke, L. M., NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, lisa.milke@noaa.gov; Jenkins, B. D., University of Rhode Island, USA, jenkins.bethany@gmail.com; Meseck, S. L., NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, shannon.meseck@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17890 | Poster ID 2734

DOCUMENTING PRESENT-DAY VARIABILITY IN ARAGONITE SATURATION STATE ON THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CONTINENTAL SHELF

Abell, J. T., Humboldt State University, USA, ja49@humboldt.edu; Bjorkstedt, E. P., NOAA Fisheries SWFSC, USA, epb4@humboldt.edu; Dickson, A. G., Scrippts Institution of Oceanography - UCSD, USA, adickson@humboldt.edu; Fabry, V. J., CSU San Marcos, USA, fabry@csusm.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18091 | Poster ID 2735

CLIMATOLOGY OF PCO2 AND ARAGONITE SATURATION STATE IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Barbero, L., AOML/NOAA, USA, leticia.barbero@noaa.gov; Wanninkhof, R., AOML/NOAA, USA, rik.wanninkhof@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18135 | Poster ID 2736

THE EFFECTS OF CO-VARYING DIEL CYCLING HYPOXIA AND PH ON GAMETOGENESIS IN THE EASTERN OYSTER CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA

Steppe, C. N., United States Naval Academy, USA, natunewi@usna.edu; Breitburg, D., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA, breitburgd@si.edu; Burrell, R., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, , burrellr@si.edu; Keppel, A. G., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA, keppela@si.edu;

037 - Dynamics of Coupled Processes in the Ocean: A tribute to the career of Dr. James Murray

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13042 | Poster ID 2113

DECADAL COMPARISON OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF PARTICULATE TRACE ELEMENTS IN THE TOP 1000 M OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN ALONG CLIVAR SECTION A16N: 2003–2013

Barrett, P. M., University of Washington, USA, barrettp@uw.edu; Resing, J. A., NOAA/PMEL, USA, joseph.resing@noaa.gov; Buck, N. J., NOAA/PMEL, USA, nathan.buck@noaa.gov; Landing, W. M., Florida State University, , wlanding@fsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13111 | Poster ID 2114

COUPLING BETWEEN SOUTH CHINA SEA THROUGHFLOW AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL CONDITIONS IN THE NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Liu, K. K., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, kkliu@ncu.edu.tw; Dai, M., Xiamen University, China, ; Tseng, C. M., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ; Sui, C. H., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ; Oey, L. Y., Princeton University, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13442 | Poster ID 2181

PARTICULATE PO-210 AND PB-21O ALONG THE NORTH ATLANTIC GEOTRACES TRANSECT: BIOREACTIVE VS PARTICLE REACTIVE TRACERS

Stewart, G. M., Queens College, CUNY, USA, gstewart@qc.cuny.edu; Church, T. M., University of Delaware, USA, tchurch@udel.edu; Baskaran, M., Wayne State University, USA, baskaran@wayne.edu; Rigaud, S., CNRS University of Bordeaux, France, s.rigaud@epoc.u-bordeaux1.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13510 | Poster ID 2182

MARINE GEOCHEMISTRY OF PARTICULATE TRACE ELEMENTS IN THE EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE (EEZ) OF THE STATE OF QATAR

Yigiterhan, O., Qatar University / Environmental Studies Center, Qatar, oguz@qu.edu.qa; Al-Ansari, E. M., Qatar University / Environmental Studies Center, Qatar, ; Al-Shaikh , I. A., Qatar University / Environmental Studies Center, Qatar, ; Murray, J. W., University of Washington / School of Oceanography, USA, jmurray@uw.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14806 | Poster ID 2183

IRON ISOTOPES IN THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA AREA AND IN THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC

Lacan, F., LEGOS-CNRS, France, francois.lacan@legos.obs-mip.fr; Labatut, M., LEGOS - University of Toulouse, France, ; Murray, J., University of Washington, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14920 | Poster ID 2184

BLACK SEA OXYGEN DYNAMICS AS SEEN IN CONTINUOUS PROFILING FLOATS OBSERVATIONS AND 3D NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS

Stanev, E. V., HZG, Germany, emil.stanev@hzg.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15211 | Poster ID 2185

INFLUENCE OF NATURALLY OCCURRING THIOLS ON IRON AND MANGANESE REDUCTION IN MARINE SEDIMENTS

Eitel, E. M., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, eeitel3@gatech.edu; Taillefert, M., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15633 | Poster ID 2186

CHANGES IN SEDIMENT REDOX CONDITIONS FOLLOWING THE BP DEEPWATER HORIZON BLOWOUT EVENT

Hastings, D. W., Eckerd College, USA, hastindw@eckerd.edu; Schwing, P. T., University of South Florida, USA, pschwing@mail.usf.edu; Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu; Selden, C., Eckerd College, USA, crselden@eckerd.edu; Quinn, K. A., University of South Florida, USA, kaquinn2@usf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16559 | Poster ID 2187

DEEP-SEA HYDROTHERMAL PLUMES: CHEMICAL, MICROBIAL, AND PHYSICAL CONTROLS ON MASS AND ENERGY TRANSFER BETWEEN THE LITHOSPHERE AND THE OCEAN

Breier, J. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jbreier@whoi.edu; Toner, B., University of Minnesota Twin Cities, USA, toner@umn.edu; Sheik, C., University of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA, csheik@umich.edu; Jiang, H. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hsjiang@whoi.edu; Dick, G., University of Michigan, USA, gdick@umich.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.whoi.edu/science/AOPE/dsl/jbreier/styled/index.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17046 | Poster ID 2188

THE SEAMOUNT EFFECT ON CHEMOSYNTHETIC AND BACTERIAL PRODUCTION

Enrich-Prast, A., University Federal of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, aenrichprast@gmail.com; Signori, C., University Federal of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, camisignori@hotmail.com; Valle, J., University Federal of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, juvalle12@hotmail.com; Pollery, R., University Federal of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pollery@hotmail.com; Gonsior, M., University of Maryland, Brazil, gonsior@umces.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.biologia.ufrj.br/labs/biogeoquimica/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17271 | Poster ID 2189

DISSOLVED NUTRIENTS AND TRACE METALS IN SEDIMENT PORE WATERS FOLLOWING THE DEEPWATER HORIZON BLOWOUT

Miller, C. M., Eckerd College, USA, cmmiller@eckerd.edu; Hastings, D. W., Eckerd College, USA, hastindw@eckerd.edu; Quinn, K. A., University of South Florida- St. Petersburg, USA, kaquinn2@usf.edu; Masserini, R., University of South Florida- St. Petersburg, USA, masserin@mail.usf.edu; Hammaker, S., Eckerd College, USA, snhammak@eckerd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17282 | Poster ID 2190

THE EFFICIENCY OF THE BIOLOGICAL PUMP: INSIGHTS FROM A GLOBAL OCEAN MODEL

Moore, J. K., University of California, Irvine, USA, jkmoore@uci.edu;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13171 | Poster ID 2740

VARIATION OF THE SOUTHERN SUBTROPICAL COUNTERCURRENT RELATED TO SEA SURFACE HEIGHT AND EDDY IN THE NORTHWEST TROPICAL PACIFIC

Kim, E., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, eung@kiost.ac; Jeon, D. C., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, dcjeon@kiost.ac; Shin, C. W., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, cwshin@kiost.ac; Kim, D. G., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, kdk21ca@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13229 | Poster ID 2741

SEASONAL AND LONG-TERM COUPLING BETWEEN WINTERTIME STORM TRACKS AND SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN THE NORTH PACIFIC

Gan, B., Ocean University of China, China, gbl0203@ouc.edu.cn; Wu, L., Ocean University of China, China, lxwu@ouc.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/seasonal-and-long-term-coupling-between-wintertime-storm-tracks-and-sea-surface-temperature-in-the.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13257 | Poster ID 2742

SUBTHERMOCLINE EDDIES ACROSS THE EQUATOR IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC AS SHOWN BY A HIGH-RESOLUTION OGCM

Chiang, T., National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan ROC, tlchiangtw@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13321 | Poster ID 2743

PROJECTED RESPONSE OF THE INDIAN OCEAN DIPOLE TO GREENHOUSE WARMING

Cai, W., CSIRO, Australia, wenju.cai@csiro.au; Zheng, X. T., Ocean University of China, China, zhengxt@ouc.edu.cn; Weller, E., CSIRO, Australia, Evan.Weller@csiro.au; Collins, M., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, M.Collins@exeter.ac.uk; Cowan, T., CSIRO, Australia, Tim.Cowan@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13339 | Poster ID 2744

CURRENT VARIABILITY OF THE STCC-NEC-NEUC SYSTEM IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC OCEAN

JEON, D., Korean Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, dcjeon@kiost.ac; KIM, E., Korean Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, eung@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13505 | Poster ID 2745

FORMATION MECHANISMS OF OCEANIC CHANGES IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC UNDER GLOBAL WARMING

Luo, Y., Ocean University of China, China, yiyongluo@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13515 | Poster ID 2746

EFFECT OF OGASAWARA ISLANDS ON EDDIES IN THE SUBTROPICAL PACIFIC

Jia, Y., Ocea university of China, China, jlakheart@126.com; Zhang, X., Ocea university of China, , ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13971 | Poster ID 2747

THE ESTIMATED DRAG COEFFICIENT IN TYPHOON MEGI 2010

Hsu, J., University of Washington, USA, andyjyhsu@gmail.com; Lien, R., University of Washington, USA, ; D'Asaro, E., University of Washington, USA, ; Sanford, T., , , ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14012 | Poster ID 2748

OCEAN MIXING IN THE WESTERN EQUATORIAL PACIFIC

Richards, K. J., University of Hawaii, USA, rkelvin@hawaii.edu; Natarov, A., University of Hawaii, USA, natarov@hawaii.edu; Jia, Y., University of Hawaii, USA, yjia@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14054 | Poster ID 2749

OBSERVED VARIATIONS OF DETAILED TEMPERATURE PROFILE IN SURFACE 10-METER LAYER AND ATMOSPHERIC SITUATIONS OVER THE TROPICAL WESTERN PACIFIC

Katsumata, M., JAMSTEC, Japan, katsu@jamstec.go.jp; Bellenger, H., JAMSTEC, Japan, ; Yoneyama, K., JAMSTEC, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14120 | Poster ID 2750

IMPACT OF SALINITY ON THE EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN CIRCULATION

Menezes, V. V., University of Tasmania, Australia, vivianev@utas.edu.au; Phillips, H. E., University of Tasmania, Australia, H.E.Phillips@utas.edu.au; Schiller, A., Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research and CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Flagship, Australia, Andreas.Schiller@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14210 | Poster ID 2751

ANNUAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY OF THE RYUKYU CURRENT SYSTEM

Thoppil, P. G., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, prasad.thoppil@nrlssc.navy.mil; Metzger, J. E., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, joe.metzger@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14319 | Poster ID 2752

ROLE OF THE INDIAN OCEAN FOR PREDICTION OF THE COUPLED INDO-PACIFIC SYSTEM

Hackert, E. C., University of Maryland/ESSIC, USA, ehackert@essic.umd.edu; Busalacchi, A. J., University of Maryland/ESSIC, USA, tonyb@essic.umd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14582 | Poster ID 2813

RECENT OBSERVATIONS ON WESTERN BOUNDARY CURRENTS AND PROSPECT IN THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC OCEAN

Hu, D., Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, dxhu@qdio.ac.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14642 | Poster ID 2814

WATER-MASS TRANSFORMATION IN SALINITY-TEMPERATURE SPACE

Hieronymus, M., Stockholm University, Sweden, hieronymus.magnus@gmail.com; Nilsson, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, nilsson@misu.su.se; Nycander, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, jonas@misu.su.se;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14651 | Poster ID 2815

NONLINEAR INDIAN OCEAN DIPOLE FEEDBACKS AND THEIR RESPONSE TO A WARMING CLIMATE IN THE CMIP5 MULTIMODEL ENSEMBLE

Ng, B., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, benjamin.ng@csiro.au; Cai, W., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, wenju.cai@csiro.au; Walsh, K., The University of Melbourne, Australia, kevin.walsh@unimelb.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/nonlinear-indian-ocean-dipole-feedbacks.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14715 | Poster ID 2816

FLOW PATTERN AND MIXING OF THE KUROSHIO INTERMEDIATE WATERS EAST OF TAIWAN

Mensah, V., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, vmensah@hotmail.com; Jan, S., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, senjan@ntu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14875 | Poster ID 2817

VARIABILITY OF SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE ZONAL CURRENTS IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL INDIAN OCEAN

Nyadjro, E. S., NOAA PMEL, USA, enyadjro@yahoo.com; McPhaden, M. J., NOAA PMEL, USA, michael.j.mcphaden@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14898 | Poster ID 2818

THE SOUTH CHINA SEA MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION DERIVED FROM THE GLOBAL REANALYSIS DATA GLBA0.08

Shu, Y., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, shuyeq@scsio.ac.cn; Xue, H., University of Maine, USA, hxue@maine.edu; Wang, D., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, dxwang@scsio.ac.cn; Chai, F., University of Maine, USA, fchai@maine.edu; Yao, J., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15382 | Poster ID 2819

ON EDDY DISTRIBUTION AND SEASONALITY IN THE SOUTHWEST TROPICAL PACIFIC OCEAN

Hristova, H. G., University of Hawaii, USA, hristina.hristova@hawaii.edu; Kessler, W. S., NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, ; McWilliams, J. C., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, ; Molemaker, M. J., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15548 | Poster ID 2820

LOW-FREQUENCY VARIABILITY OF THE SOUTH CHINA SEA CIRCULATION UNDER SEASONAL WIND FORCING

Yang, H., Ocean University of China, China, yanghaiyuan@ouc.edu.cn; Wu , L., Ocean University of China, China, lxwu@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15551 | Poster ID 2821

MEASUREMENTS OF THE KUROSHIO HYDROGRAPHY AND TRANSPORT AT 23.75°N

Jan, S., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, senjan@ntu.edu.tw; Mensah, V., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, vmensah@hotmail.com; Chiou, M., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, mdchiou@ntu.edu.tw; Kuo, T., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, kuoth@ntu.edu.tw; Chang, M., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, mhchang@ntou.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15665 | Poster ID 2822

RESPONSE OF THE UPPER OCEAN TO SURFACE HEATING IN THE N. PACIFIC

LEE, E., Yonsei University, Republic Of Korea, lej@yonsei.ac.kr; Noh, Y., Yonsei University, Republic Of Korea, noh@yonsei.ac.kr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15698 | Poster ID 2823

OBSERVATIONS OF ISLAND WAKE EVOLUTION AND SUBMESOSCALE EDDY SHEDDING IN THE KUROSHIO OFF TAIWAN

Chang, M., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, mhchang@ntou.edu.tw; Jan, S., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, senjan@ntu.edu.tw; Mensah, V., National Taiwan University, France, d00241101@ntu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15731 | Poster ID 2824

SENSITIVITY OF KOREAN SUMMER RAINFALL BY WNP TROPICAL CYCLONE DURING THE CENTRAL PACIFIC EL NIÑO YEARS

Son, C. Y., The University of Seoul, Republic Of Korea, cyson@uos.ac.kr; Kim, J. S., The University of Seoul, Republic Of Korea, jongsuk@uos.ac.kr; Moon, Y. I., The University of Seoul, Republic Of Korea, ymoon@uos.ac.kr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15749 | Poster ID 2825

QUANTIFYING EKMAN TRANSPORT AND BOTTOM WATER UPLIFT BY A WESTERN BOUNDARY CURRENT: IN-SITU OBSERVATIONS ON THE AUSTRALIAN CONTINENTAL SHELF

Schaeffer, A., Coastal and Regional Oceanographic Lab, UNSW, Australia, a.schaeffer@unsw.edu.au; Roughan, M., Coastal and Regional Oceanographic Lab, UNSW, Australia, mroughan@unsw.edu.au; Wood, J., Coastal and Regional Oceanographic Lab, UNSW, Australia, julie.wood@student.unsw.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/quantifying-ekman-transport-and-bottom-water-uplift-by-a-western-boundary-current-in-situ.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15765 | Poster ID 2826

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF THE REGIONAL-SCALE CIRCULATION ON THE AUSTRALIAN NORTH WEST SHELF

Pequignet, C., University of Western Australia, Australia, christine.pequignet@uwa.edu.au; Macdonald, H. S., University of Western Australia, Australia, helen.macdonald@uwa.edu.au; Book, J. W., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, jeff.book@nrlssc.navy.mil; Jones, N. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, nicole.jones@uwa.edu.au; Ryan, R. J., University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15839 | Poster ID 2827

INTERANNUAL INTENSITY AND LONGITUDINAL POSITION VARIATIONS OF MASCARENE HIGH IN AUSTRAL SUMMER AND THEIR RELATION TO SST IN THE SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN

Ohishi, S., Tohoku University, Japan, ohishi@pol.gp.tohoku.ac.jp; Sugimoto, S., Tohoku University, Japan, sugimoto@pol.gp.tohoku.ac.jp; Hanawa, K., Tohoku University, Japan, hanawa@pol.gp.tohoku.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15907 | Poster ID 2828

REVISITING ANNUAL MEAN AND SEASONAL CYCLE OF DEEP MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION OF THE INDIAN OCEAN

Wang, W., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, weiqiang.wang@scsio.ac.cn; Zhu, X., KlimaCampus, University Hamburg, Germany, xiuhua.zhu@zmaw.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15925 | Poster ID 2829

COOLING TREND OF THE UPPER OCEAN TEMPERATURE IN THE CENTRAL PACIFIC SINCE TOGA ERA

Ando, K., JAMSTEC, Japan, andouk@jamstec.go.jp; Hasegawa, T., JAMSTEC, Japan, takuyah@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15997 | Poster ID 2830

ON THE FATE AND IMPACT OF MESOSCALE EDDIES IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC: OBSERVATIONS AND LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS

Andres, M., WHOI, USA, mandres@whoi.edu; Jan, S., NTU, Taiwan ROC, senjan@ntu.edu.tw; Mensah, V., NTU, Taiwan ROC, vmensah@hotmail.com; Chiou, M., NTU, Taiwan ROC, mdchiou@ntu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16085 | Poster ID 2831

AEROSOLS AND AIR-SEA THERMODYNAMIC INTERACTIONS OVER THE WESTERN PACIFIC WARM POOL REGION.

Mahajan, S., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA, mahajans@ornl.gov; Saravanan, R., Texas A&M University, USA, ; Chang, P., Texas A&M University, USA, ; Hsieh, W., Texas A&M University, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16651 | Poster ID 2832

DYNAMICS OF THE EQUATORIAL UNDERCURRENT AND ITS INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN THE INDIAN OCEAN

Chen, G., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology,Chinese Academic of Science, China, chengengxin@scsio.ac.cn; Han, W., University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, weiqing.han@colorado.edu; Li, Y., weiqing.han@colorado.edu, USA, yuanlong.li@colorado.edu; Wang, D., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology,Chinese Academic of Science, China, dxwang@scsio.ac.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16936 | Poster ID 2833

DOES THE TIBETAN PLATEAU PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE ON THE UPWELLING SYSTEMS IN THE ARABIAN SEA AND BAY OF BENGAL?

Acosta, R. P., Purdue University, USA, rpacosta07@purdue.edu; Goldner, A., Purdue University, USA, agoldner@purdue.edu; Herold, N., Purdue University, USA, herold.n@gmail.com; Huber, M., University of New Hampshire, USA, matthew.huber@unh.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17034 | Poster ID 2834

SIMULTANEOUS OBSERVATIONS OF THE FLOW THROUGH THE SOLOMON SEA WITH GLIDERS AND END-POINT MOORINGS

Kölling, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jkoelling@ucsd.edu; Lankhorst, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mlankhorst@ucsd.edu; Send, U., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, usend@ucsd.edu; Davis, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, redavis@ucsd.edu; Kessler, W., NOAA Pacific Marine and Environmental Laboratory, USA, billykessler@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17491 | Poster ID 2836

THE SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE RESPONSE WITHIN THE INDONESIAN SEAS TO STRONG MJO EVENTS

Napitu, A. M., LDEO-Columbia University, USA, asmi@ldeo.columbia.edu; Gordon, A. L., LDEO-Columbia University, USA, Agordon@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17617 | Poster ID 2889

DETECTION OF PACIFIC TROPICAL WATER BEHAVIOR BY TAUT-LINE MOORINGS IN THE WESTERN EQUATORIAL PACIFIC

Ueki, I., JAMSTEC, Japan, uekii@jamstec.go.jp; Ando, U. K., JAMSTEC, Japan, andouk@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18021 | Poster ID 2890

SEASONALITY OF CENTRAL POSITION AND INTENSITY OF THE SURFACE KUROSHIO EAST OF TAIWAN

Hsin, Y., Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, ychsin@gate.sinica.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18039 | Poster ID 2891

IMPACT OF SUB-DAILY AIR-SEA INTERACTION ON SIMULATING INTRASEASONAL OSCILLATIONS OVER THE TROPICAL ASIAN MONSOON REGION

Duan, A., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, amduan@lasg.iap.ac.cn; Hu, W., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, hwt@lasg.iap.ac.cn; Wu, G., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13219 | Poster ID 23

ROLE OF BENTHIC FAUNAL BURROWS IN METHANE FLUX MEASUREMENTS FROM TIDAL FLAT SEDIMENTS

Kang, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, jwkhang7@kiost.ac; Woo, H., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, hjwoo@kiost.ac; Koo, B., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, bjkoo@kiost.ac; Lee, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, leejh@kiost.ac; Jeong, K., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ksjeong@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13349 | Poster ID 24

BIOGENIC TRACE GASES IN THE UPWELLING REGION OFF PERU

Bange, H. W., GEOMAR, Germany, hbange@geomar.de; of M91, T., , , ;

ePoster Link: http://www.sopran.pangaea.de

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13448 | Poster ID 25

TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY AND SEA-TO-AIR FLUX OF DIMETHYLSULFIDE (DMS) IN THE CHINA SEAS: KEY CONTROLLING FACTORS

Yang, G. P., Ocean University of China, China, gpyang@mail.ouc.edu.cn; Zhang , H. H., Ocean University of China, China, ; Zhuang, G. C., Ocean University of China, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13578 | Poster ID 26

PRODUCTION OF METHANE AND NITROUS OXIDE IN SEDIMENTS FROM ECKERNFOERDE BAY (BALTIC SEA)

Schweers, J., Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, jschweers@geomar.de; Bange, H. W., Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, hbange@geomar.de; Loescher, C., University of Kiel, Germany, cloescher@ifam.uni-kiel.de; Schmitz-Streit, R., University of Kiel, Germany, schmitz@ifam.uni-kiel.de; Treude, T., Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, ttreude@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13780 | Poster ID 27

EVALUATION OF USING UNFILTERED SEAWATER FOR UNDERWAY MEASUREMENT OF DIMETHYL SULFIDE IN THE OCEAN BY ONLINE MASS SPECTROMETRY

Omori, Y., National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, omori.yuko@nies.go.jp; Tanimoto, H., National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, tanimoto@nies.go.jp; Inomata, S., National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, ino@nies.go.jp; Kameyama, S., Hokkaido University, Japan, skameyama@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; Suzuki, K., Hokkaido University, Japan, kojis@ees.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14172 | Poster ID 28

SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF BIOGENIC SULFUR COMPOUNDS AND ITS RELATION WITH PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE YELLOW SEA AND THE EAST CHINA SEA DURING SUMMER

Zhang, H. H., Ocean University of China, China, honghaizhang@ouc.edu.cn; Zhang, S. H., Ocean University of China, China, daxianzsh2010@163.com; Wang, X., Ocean University of China, China, wangxinjiangnan@163.com; Yang, G. P., Ocean University of China, China, gpyang@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14293 | Poster ID 29

THE CHESAPEAKE BAY AS A POTENTIAL SINK FOR ATMOSPHERIC NITROUS OXIDE DURING STRATIFIED SUMMER CONDITIONS

Laperriere, S. M., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, slaperriere@umces.edu; Fox, R. J., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, rfox@umces.edu; Lee, D. Y., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, dlee@umces.edu; Cornwell, J. C., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, cornwell@umces.edu; Santoro, A. E., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, asantoro@umces.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15284 | Poster ID 30

DMSP METABOLISM IN SAR11 PELAGIC MARINE BACTERIA

Sun, J., Oregon State University, USA, sunjin@onid.orst.edu; Thrash, J. C., Louisiana State University, USA, thrashc@lsu.edu; Qian, Y., Oregon State University, USA, YanPing.Qian@oregonstate.edu; Qian, M. C., Oregon State University, USA, michael.qian@oregonstate.edu; Giovannoni, S. J., Oregon State University, USA, steve.giovannoni@oregonstate.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15760 | Poster ID 31

METHANE SOURCES IN THE UPPER OCEAN AT STATION ALOHA

Ferrón, S., University of Hawaii, USA, sferron@hawaii.edu; Wilson, S. T., University of Hawaii, USA, stwilson@hawaii.edu; del Valle, D. A., University of Hawaii, USA, dadv@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15767 | Poster ID 32

NITRIFIER-DENITRIFICATION AS A SOURCE OF NITROUS OXIDE IN THE LOWER EUPHOTIC ZONE OF THE OLIGOTROPHIC NORTH PACIFIC SUBTROPICAL GYRE AT STATION ALOHA

Wilson, S. T., University of Hawaii, USA, stwilson@hawaii.edu; Del Valle, D. A., University of Hawaii, USA, dadv@hawaii.edu; Segura-Noguera, M., University of Hawaii, USA, mariona.segura@gmail.com; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16302 | Poster ID 33

AN ANALYSIS OF TEN YEARS OF A BIOGEOCHEMICAL TIME SERIES IN A COASTAL UPWELLING AREA OFF CENTRAL CHILE

Farias, L., University of Concepcion, Chile, lfarias@profc.udec.cl; Besoain, V., P Catholic University at Valparaiso, Chile, valentina.besoain@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.profc.udec.cl

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16323 | Poster ID 34

DYNAMICS OF HALOCARBONS IN SURFACE WATERS OF THE BALTIC SEA

Schulz-Bull, D., Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemuende, Germany, detlef.schulz-bull@io-warnemuende.de; Orlikowska, A., Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemuende, Germany, anna.orlikowska@io-warnemuende.de; Stolle, C., Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemuende, Germany, christian.stolle@io-warnemuende.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.io-warnemuende.de

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16334 | Poster ID 35

DMSP CELL QUOTAS FROM FLOW CYTOMETRICALLY-SORTED PHYTOPLANKTON FROM DIVERSE OCEANIC REGIONS

DiTullio, G. R., College of Charleston, USA, ditullioj@cofc.edu; Lee, P. A., College of Charelston, USA, leep@cofc.edu; Cyronak, T., Southern Cross University, Australia, ; Kendrick, B. J., College of Charleston, USA, jacobkendrick@gmail.com; Riseman, S. F., College of Charleston, USA, sara.riseman@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17134 | Poster ID 36

PRODUCTION OF METHANE IN THE UPPER WATER COLUMN OF THE OPEN OCEAN ASSOCIATED WITH THE CHLOROPHYLL MAXIMUM

Magen, C., Florida State University, USA, cedric.magen@gmail.com; Finke, N., University of Georgia, USA, nfinke@uga.edu; Komada, T., San Francisco State University, USA, tkomada@sfsu.edu; Burdige, D. J., Old Dominion University, USA, dburdige@odu.edu; Chanton, J. P., Florida State University, USA, jchanton@fsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17713 | Poster ID 37

ENHANCEMENT OF ISOTOPE RATIO MASS SPECTROMETRY MEASUREMENTS OF N2/AR RATIOS AND δ15N2 THROUGH O2 REMOVAL

Charoenpong, C. N., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, cc_net@mit.edu; Bristow, L. A., University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, lbristow@biology.sdu.dk; Altabet, M. A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, maltabet@umassd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17948 | Poster ID 38

PRODUCTION OF HALOCARBONS IN MARINE HETEROTROPHIC BACTERIAL CULTURES

Klein, N. J., University of Southern California, USA, nicholjk@usc.edu; Gomez-Consarnau, L., University of Southern California, USA, gomezcon@usc.edu; Cutter, L. S., University of Southern California, USA, lcutter@usc.edu; Sanudo-Wilhelmy, S. A., University of Southern California, USA, sanudo@usc.edu;

048 - Ocean primary productivity: Variability and influence

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13076 | Poster ID 2951

CELL VIABILITY AND CHLOROPHYLL ALTERATION IN PHYTOPLANKTON

Steele, D. J., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, dste@pml.ac.uk; Airs, R. L., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, ruai@pml.ac.uk; Kimmance, S. A., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, sukim@pml.ac.uk; Franklin, D. J., Bournemouth University, United Kingdom, dfranklin@bournemouth.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/cell-viability-and-chlorophyll-alteration-in-phytoplankton-.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13215 | Poster ID 2953

SMALL PHYTOPLANKTON CONTRIBUTION TO TOTAL PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE CHUKCHI SEA

Lee, S. H., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, sanglee@pusan.ac.kr; Kang, S. H., Korea Polar Research Institute, Republic Of Korea, shkang@kopri.re.kr; Whitledge, T. E., University of Alaska Fairbanks, Republic Of Korea, terry@ims.uaf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13260 | Poster ID 2954

RETRIEVING PAST CHLOROPHYLL A FIELD FROM TEMPERATURE FIELD IN THE OLIGOTROPHIC SUBTROPICAL OCEANS

Fruendt, B., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemuende, Germany, birte.fruendt@io-warnemuende.de; Waniek, J. J., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemuende, Germany, joanna.waniek@io-warnemuende.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13380 | Poster ID 2955

INTERMITTENCY OF OCEANIC PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO EXPORT EFFICIENCY

Brown, C. W., Center for Satellite Applications and Research, NOAA / NESDIS, USA, christopher.w.brown@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13421 | Poster ID 2956

THE INFLUENCE OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND CELL SIZE ON INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE SARGASSO SEA.

Jones, J., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, joanna.jones@bios.edu; Van Meerssche, E., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, elisevanmee@yahoo.fr; Johnson, R. J., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, rod.johnson@bios.edu; Lomas, M. W., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13602 | Poster ID 2957

ENSEMBLE VARIANCE OF SIMULATED PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE INDIAN OCEAN

Munoz, E., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, emunoz@ucar.edu; Lindsay, K., National Center for Atmospheric Research, , klindsay@ucar.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13620 | Poster ID 2958

SHORT-TERM CHANGES IN THE PLANKTONIC COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN LAGUNA GRANDE, PUERTO RICO, AT THE ONSET OF THE RAINY SEASON, FROM APRIL 4 TO MAY 27, 2011

Frances Rivera, N., University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico, frances.rivera11@upr.edu; Carrera, A., University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico, alejandro.carrera@upr.edu; Angelie Cartagena , R., University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico, angelie.cartagena@upr.edu; Fuentes, N., University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico, nicole.fuentes@upr.edu; Miguel Sastre, P., University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico, miguel.sastre@upr.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13743 | Poster ID 2994

THE NUTRITIVE AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN SUBSURFACE CHLOROPHYLL MAXIMUM LAYER IN THE NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Gong, X., Ocean University of China, China, gongxiang@ouc.edu.cn; Gao, H. W., Ocean University of China, China, hwgao@ouc.edu.cn; Shi, J., Ocean University of China, China, shijie@ouc.edu.cn; Yao, X. H., Ocean University of China, China, xhyao@ouc.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.ouc.edu.cn

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13874 | Poster ID 2995

SATELLITE-MEASURED NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY FROM MODIS AND VIIRS

Son, S., NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA, oceancolor.son@gmail.com; Wang, M., NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA, menghua.wang@noaa.gov; Harding, L. W., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, lharding@atmos.ucla.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13921 | Poster ID 2996

CAPTURING EVENT-DRIVEN RIVERINE NUTRIENT DELIVERY TO COASTAL OCEAN BIOLOGY THROUGH MESOSCALE MODELING

Olhsson, E., University of California, Berkeley, USA, lolhsson@berkeley.edu; Powell, T. M., University of California, Berkeley, USA, zackp@berkeley.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14078 | Poster ID 2997

THE SHORT-TERM EFFECT OF HIGH CO2 CONCENTRATION ON BENTHIC MICROALGAL PRODUCTION

Kwon, B., Seoul National University/School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Republic Of Korea, bongkwon@gmail.com; Khim, J., Seoul National University/School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Republic Of Korea, jskocean@snu.ac.kr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14288 | Poster ID 2998

NITROGEN AVAILABILITY AND LIGHT INTENSITY SIMULTANEOUSLY CONTROL PHOTOSYNTHETIC QUANTUM YIELD IN THE STRATIFIED OCEAN

Vaillancourt, R. D., Millersville University of Pennsylvania, USA, robert.vaillancourt@millersville.edu; Marra, J., Brooklyn College, USA, jfm7780@brooklyn.cuny.edu; Lance, V., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, vlance1980@gmail.com; Hargreaves, B., Lehigh University, USA, brh0@lehigh.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14321 | Poster ID 2999

THE MAGNITUDE AND REGULATION OF PROCHLOROCOCCUS AND SYNECHOCOCCUS PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN

de Oca, M., Duke University, USA, maria.deoca@duke.edu; Reichert, M. H., Duke University, USA, mhr8@duke.edu; Johnson, Z. I., Duke University, USA, zij@duke.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14378 | Poster ID 3000

PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY ALGORITHM ROUND ROBIN FOR THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Lee, Y. J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ylee@bigelow.org; Matrai, P. A., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, pmatrai@bigelow.org; Friedrichs, M. A., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, marjy@vims.edu; Saba, V. S., NOAA NMFS Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, vincent.saba@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/posters/net-primary-productivity-algorithm-round-robin-for-the-arctic-ocean

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14587 | Poster ID 3001

THERMOCLINE REGULATED SURFACE CHLOROPHYLL BLOOMS IN THE GULF OF ADEN

Yao, F., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, fengchao.yao@kaust.edu.sa; Hoteit, I., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ibrahim.hoteit@kaust.edu.sa;

ePoster Link: http://assimilation.kaust.edu.sa/Pages/Yao.aspx

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14641 | Poster ID 3002

COMPARISON OF THE NON-PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENT ABSORPTION FACTOR IN THE BALTIC AND IN THE ATLANTIC WATERS

Majchrowski, R., Institute of Physics, Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Slupsk, Poland, majchrowski@apsl.edu.pl; Ston-Egiert, J., Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland, ; Ficek, D., Institute of Physics, Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Slupsk, Poland, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14821 | Poster ID 3027

TUNING DAILY RHYTHMS: PARAMETER OPTIMIZATION FOR AN INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODEL OF DIEL CYCLES IN PROCHLOROCOCCUS

Hynes, A. M., University of Georgia, USA, amhynes@uga.edu; Binder, B. J., University of Georgia, USA, bbinder@uga.edu;

ePoster Link: http://amhynes.myweb.uga.edu/Home.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14937 | Poster ID 3028

SEASONAL AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY IN NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

Ostle, C., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, c.ostle@uea.ac.uk; Landschützer, P., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, P.Landschutzer@uea.ac.uk; Johnson, M., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, Martin.Johnson@uea.ac.uk; Schuster, U., Exeter University, United Kingdom, U.Schuster@exeter.ac.uk; Robinson, C., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, Carol.Robinson@uea.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15033 | Poster ID 3029

EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON GROWTH OF FOUR PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES AND RESULTING COPEPOD FEEDING BEHAVIOR

Meyers, M. T., Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, USA, mtmeyers@mail.sfsu.edu; Carpenter, E. J., Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, USA, ecarpent@sfsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15304 | Poster ID 3030

ESTIMATION OF GLOBAL NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION BASED ON IN-SITU O2/AR MEASUREMENTS AND REMOTELY SENSED PROPERTIES

Li, Z., Duke University, USA, zuchuan.li@duke.edu; Cassar, N., Duke University, USA, nicolas.cassar@duke.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15430 | Poster ID 3031

VARIATIONS IN SILICON UPTAKE KINETICS AND NUTRIENT STOICHIOMETRY IN THREE DIATOM SPECIES AS A RESULT OF CHRONIC IRON LIMITATION

Meyerink, S. W., Australian National University, Australia, scott.meyerink@anu.edu.au; Ellwood, M., Australian National University, Australia, michael.ellwood@anu.edu.au; Strzepek, R., Australian National University, Australia, robert.strzepek@anu.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15451 | Poster ID 3032

EXPLORING THE EFFECT OF UPWELLING ON ECOSYSTEM EXPORT EFFICIENCY IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA USING THE CONCENTRATION AND ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN

Haskell II, W. Z., University of Southern California, USA, whaskell@usc.edu; Prokopenko, M. G., University of Southern California, USA, mprokopen@usc.edu; Hammond, D. E., University of Southern California, USA, dhammond@usc.edu; Stanley, R. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rstanley@whoi.edu; Berelson, W. M., University of Southern California, USA, berelson@usc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15811 | Poster ID 3033

SPATIAL AND SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Pan, X., Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, xpan@gate.sinica.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15891 | Poster ID 3034

PHYTOPLANKTON IN RED SEA CORAL REEFS: TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DYNAMICS AND POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON THE BENTHIC COMMUNITY

Roder, C., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, cornelia.roder@kaust.edu.sa; Ziegler, M., Senckenberg Research Institute, Germany, Maren.Ziegler@senckenberg.de; Roelke, D. L., Texas A&M University, USA, droelke@neo.tamu.edu; Walton, J., Texas A&M University, USA, jayrwalton@gmail.com; Voolstra, C. R., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, christian.voolstra@kaust.edu.sa;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15923 | Poster ID 3035

PICOPHYTOPLANKTON PHYSIOLOGY AND THE MICROBIAL LOOP – RECENT RESULTS FROM LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS

Stawiarski, B., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, b.stawiarski@uea.ac.uk; Buitenhuis, E. T., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, E.Buitenhuis@uea.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16001 | Poster ID 3078

ESTIMATE PHYTOPLANKTON GROWTH IN DEEP MIXED WATER BODIES BY USING NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION: A LABORATORY APPROACH

Walter, B., Institute for Coastal Research Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, bettina.walter@uni-hamburg.de; Peters, J., University of Hamburg, Germany, janna.peters@uni-hamburg.de; van Beusekom, J., University of Hamburg, Germany, justus.van.beusekom@uni-hamburg.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16180 | Poster ID 3079

PHOTOPHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY IN A MESO-OLIGOTROPHIC REGION OF THE BRAZILIAN COAST

Giannini, M. F., University of São Paulo, Brazil, fe.cgiannini@gmail.com; Tocci, B. G., University of São Paulo, Brazil, biatocci@gmail.com; Ciotti, A. M., University of São Paulo, Brazil, ciotti@usp.br;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16395 | Poster ID 3081

STUDY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PRODUCTIVITY IN NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO: IMPORTANCE OF DIEL CYCLES.

Zhao, Y., Texas A&M University, USA, claire.zhy@gmail.com; Quigg, A., Texas A&M University, USA, quigga@tamug.edu; DiMarco, S., Texas A&M University, USA, sdimarco@tamu.edu; Bianchi, T., Texas A&M University, USA, tbianchi@tamu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16511 | Poster ID 3082

MEASURING PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS IN THE FIELD: OLD ESTIMATES AND NEW METHODS

Reifel, K. M., Oregon State University, USA, reifelk@science.oregonstate.edu; Graff, J. R., Oregon State University, USA, jrgraff@science.oregonstate.edu; Dall'Olmo, G., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, gdal@pml.ac.uk; Behrenfeld, M. J., Oregon State University, USA, behrenfm@science.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/measuring-phytoplankton-biomass-in-the-field-old-estimates-and-new-methods.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16566 | Poster ID 3083

INORGANIC CARBON ACQUISITION BY ANTARCTIC PHYTOPLANKTON DURING A SPRING BLOOM

Kranz, S. A., Princeton University, USA, skranz@princeton.edu; Morel, F. M., Princeton University, USA, morel@princeton.edu; Tortell, P. D., University of British Columbia, Canada, pdtortell@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16724 | Poster ID 3084

FRRF AS A TOOL TO ASSESS PHYTOPLANKTON PHOTO-PHYSIOLOGY AND PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY – FIELD STUDIES IN THE IRON LIMITED SUBARCTIC NE PACIFIC

Schuback, N., University of British Columbia, Canada, schuback.nina@gmail.com; Maldonado, M. T., University of British Columbia, Canada, mmaldonado@eos.ubc.ca; Tortell, P. D., University of British Columbia, Canada, ptortell@eos.ubc.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16778 | Poster ID 3085

SEASONAL AND INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY IN PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC BIGHT AND GULF OF MAINE

Bernhardt, P. W., Old Dominion University, USA, pbernhar@odu.edu; Mulholland, M. R., Old Dominion University, USA, mmuholl@odu.edu; Mannino, A., NASA GSFC, USA, antonio.mannino@nasa.gov; Hyde, K., NOAA NEFSC, USA, Kimberly.Hyde@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16980 | Poster ID 3086

BIOCHEMICAL FRACTIONATION REVEALS DISPARATE CARBON ALLOCATION STRATEGIES IN EUKARYOTIC MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON

Jones, B. M., Oregon State University, USA, bethan.jones@science.oregonstate.edu; Halsey, K. H., Oregon State University, USA, halseyk@science.oregonstate.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17172 | Poster ID 3087

THE INFLUENCE OF LOCAL DYNAMICS ON THE SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF CHLOROPHYLL-A OVER THE ROYAL-CHARLOTTE AND ABROLHOS BANK – BRAZIL - WESTERN SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

Ghisolfi, R. D., Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil, renato.ghisolfi@ufes.br; Da Silva, M. P., Federal University of Espirito Santo, , mepesilva@googlemail.com; Servino, R. N., Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil, ricardonservino@gmail.com; Santo, F. T., Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil, fthomaz.santos@gmail.com; Fernandes, M., Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil, mahatmafernandes@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17202 | Poster ID 3088

SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN NITROGEN UPTAKE IN THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC BIGHT AND GULF OF MAINE

Mulholland, M. R., Old Dominion University, USA, mmulholl@odu.edu; Bernhardt, P. W., Old Dominion University, USA, pbernhar@odu.edu; Mannino, A., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, antonio.mannino@nasa.gov; Hyde, K., NOAA, USA, kimberly.hyde@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17258 | Poster ID 3137

“HOT-PIE!” A NEW LOOK AT PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY SIZE SPECTRA

Casey, J. R., University of Hawaii, USA, jrcasey@hawaii.edu; Bjorkman, K. M., University of Hawaii, USA, bjorkman@hawaii.edu; Grabowski, E. M., University of Hawaii, USA, grabowsk@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17759 | Poster ID 3138

A SOUTHERN ANNULAR MODE (SAM) DRIVEN PHYTOPLANKTON PRODUCTIVITY RESPONSE TO 21ST CENTURY CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN ACROSS THE CMIP5 MODEL SUITE

Leung, S. W., University of Washington, USA, shirlleu@uw.edu; Marinov, I., University of Pennsylvania, USA, imarinov@sas.upenn.edu; Cabre, A., University of Pennsylvania, USA, cabre@sas.upenn.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17770 | Poster ID 3139

ACCESS TO MARINE PRIMARY PRODUCTION DATA AND METADATA IN THE BCO-DMO REPOSITORY

Kinkade, D. B., Wood Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dkinkade@whoi.edu; Allison, M. D., Wood Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mallison@whoi.edu; chandler, C. L., Wood Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cchandler@whoi.edu; Groman, R. C., Wood Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rgroman@whoi.edu; Galvarino, C., Second Creek Consulting, LLC, USA, charlton@2creek.com;

ePoster Link: http://bco-dmo.org

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18035 | Poster ID 3140

RESPONSE OF THE PLANKTON ECOSYSTEM TO THE DEEP CONVECTION IN THE NORTHWESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Kessouri, F., University Toulouse 3 , France, kesf@aero.obs-mip.fr; Ulses, C., University Toulouse 3, France, Caroline.Ulses@aero.obs-mip.fr; Estournel, C., University Toulouse 3, France, Claude.Estournel@aero.obs-mip.fr;

062 - Linking Molecular ‘Omics’ Measurements to Develop Conceptual and Computational Models of Ocean Microbial Ecology, Diversity and Biogeochemistry

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16552 | Poster ID 147

THE GENOME SEQUENCE AND RESPONSE OF THALASSIOSIRA OCEANICA TO IRON LIMITATION

LaRoche, J., Dalhousie University, Canada, julie.laroche@dal.ca; Desai, D., Dalhousie University, Canada, dhwani.desai@dal.ca; Roy, A. S., Geomar, Germany, sroy@geomar.de; Lommer, M., GEOMAR, Germany, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16558 | Poster ID 148

LIGHT EFFECTS ON MARINE MICROBIAL CARBON INCORPORATION ANALYZED WITH STABLE ISOTOPE PROBING, RNA MICROARRAYS AND NANOSIMS

Mayali, X., Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA, mayali1@llnl.gov; Gomez-Consarnau, L., Institut de Ciències del Mar, Barcelona, Spain, lauraconsarnau@gmail.com; Needham, D. M., University of Southern California, USA, dmneedha@usc.edu; Weber, P. K., Lawrence Livermore National Lab, USA, weber21@llnl.gov; Fuhrman, J., University of Southern California, USA, fuhrman@usc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16643 | Poster ID 149

COUPLING TARGETED AND UNTARGETED METABOLOMICS TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPACT OF CARBON SUBSTRATE ON THE METABOLISM OF RUEGERIA POMEROYI

Johnson, W. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, wjohnson@whoi.edu; Kido Soule, M. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Kujawinski, E. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16796 | Poster ID 150

DYNAMIC MODEL FOR PHYTOPLANKTON STOICHIOMETRY BASED ON PROTEIN REGULATION

Bonachela, J. A., Princeton University, USA, jabo@princeton.edu; Allison, S. D., University of California, Irvine, USA, allisons@uci.edu; Martiny, A. C., University of California, Irvine, USA, amartiny@uci.edu; Levin, S. A., Princeton University, USA, slevin@princeton.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.biogeosciences.net/10/4341/2013/bg-10-4341-2013.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16932 | Poster ID 151

DIGGING DEEPER INTO THE EXPRESSED PROTEOME TO UNDERSTAND HOW DIATOMS MITIGATE FE LIMITATION

Nunn, B. L., University of Washington, USA, brookh@uw.edu; Hippmann, A. A., University of Britih Columbia, Canada, ahippman@eos.ubc.ca; Maldonado, M. T., University of British Columbia, Canada, mmaldonado@eos.ubc.ca; Boyd, P. W., University of British Columbia, Canada, Philip.Boyd@utas.edu.au; Strzepek, R. F., The Australian National University, Australia, robert.strzepek@anu.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17119 | Poster ID 152

BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING RELATIONSHIPS IN MEGA-DIVERSE NATURAL BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES

Roger, F., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Fabian.Roger@gu.se; Bertilsson, S., University of Uppsala, Sweden, ; Ahmed, O., University of Uppsala, Sweden, ; Langenheder, S., University of Uppsala, Sweden, ; Gamfeldt, L., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/biodiversity-and-ecosystem-functioning-relationships-in-mega-diverse-natural-bacterial-communities / http://bit.ly/1moUwZP

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17242 | Poster ID 154

METABOLOMIC ASSESSMENT OF INORGANIC CARBON ASSIMILATION BY PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE N. PACIFIC OCEAN

Szul, M. J., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA, mszul@utk.edu; Silbaugh, M., University of Tennesee, Knoxville, USA, msilbaug@utk.edu; Johnson, Z. I., Duke University, USA, zij@duke.edu; Campagna, S., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA, campagna@utk.edu; Zinser, E., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA, ezinser@utk.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17353 | Poster ID 155

ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF PCO2 ON THALASSIOSIROID DIATOMS VIA GLOBAL GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS

Wallace, J. R., The College of the Environment and Life Sciences, The University of Rhode Island, USA, joselynnw@gmail.com; King, A. L., NOAA/NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, andrew.king@gmail.com; Jenkins, B. D., The College of the Environment and Life Sciences, The University of Rhode Island, USA, jenkins.bethany@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17452 | Poster ID 156

PHOSPHORUS STRESS RESPONSES IN PROCHLOROCOCCUS: INSIGHTS FROM PROTEOMICS

Rocap, G., University of Washington, USA, rocap@ocean.washington.edu; Nunn, B. L., University of Washington, USA, ; Reistetter, E. N., University of Washington, USA, ; Saunders, J. K., University of Washington, USA, ; Moore, L. R., University of Southern Maine, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17476 | Poster ID 157

MODELING METAGENOMES AND METATRANSCRIPTOMES ALONG THE AMAZON RIVER PLUME GRADIENT

Coles, V. J., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, vcoles@umces.edu; Hood, R. H., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, rhood@umces.edu; Stukel, M. R., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, mstukel@umces.edu; Yager, P. L., University of Georgia, USA, pyager@uga.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17677 | Poster ID 159

Tracking the Fate of Incorporated Carbon and Nitrogen of Leucine in Marine Heterotrophs

Silbaugh, M. A., University of Tennessee, USA, msilbaug@utk.edu; Szul, M. J., University of Tennessee, USA, mszul@utk.edu; Wilhelm, S. W., University of Tennessee, USA, wilhelm@utk.edu; Campagna, S. R., University of Tennessee, USA, campagna@utk.edu; Zinser, E. R., University of Tennessee, USA, ezinser@utk.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/tracking-the-fate-of-incorporated-carbon-and-nitrogen-from-leucine-in-marine-heterotrophs.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17947 | Poster ID 160

SHIFTING PATTERNS OF MICROBIAL PROTEIN EXPRESSION ACROSS A PERSISTENT OCEANOGRAPHIC “HOT SPOT” IN THE NORTH PACIFIC

Morris, R. M., University of Washington, USA, morrisrm@uw.edu; Nunn, B. A., University of Washington, USA, brookh@uw.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18050 | Poster ID 161

NOAA’S PARTICIPATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL OCEAN SAMPLING DAY

Valette-Silver, N. J., NOAA, USA, nathalie.valette-silver@noaa.gov; Goodwin, K., NOAA, USA, kelly.goodwin@noaa.gov; Paranjpye, R., NOAA, USA, rohinee.paranjpye@noaa.gov; Delorenzo, M., NOAA, USA, marie.delorenzo@noaa.gov; Jacobs, J., NOAA, USA, john john.jacobs@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18129 | Poster ID 162

KBASE MICROBIAL COMMUNTIES: AN INTEGRATED KNOWLEDGEBASE FOR PREDICTIVE BIOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH

Chivian, D., Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA, DCChivian@lbl.gov; Meyer, F., Argonne National Lab, USA, folker@anl.gov; Stevens, R., Argonne National Lab, USA, stevens@anl.gov; Arkin, A. P., Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA, APArkin@lbl.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.kbase.us

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13319 | Poster ID 92

DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR BIOMARKERS FOR THE DETECTION OF SUBLETHAL STRESS IN THE CORAL PORITES LOBATA

Spies, N. P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, narrissa@hawaii.edu; Richmond, R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, richmond@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15133 | Poster ID 93

LEVERAGING GENOMICS TO PREDICT AND GUIDE MARINE METABOLOMICS STUDIES

Fiore, C. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cfiore@whoi.edu; Kujawinski, E. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ekujawinski@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15598 | Poster ID 94

QUANTIFICATION OF MARINE MICROBIAL METABOLITES BY MASS SPECTROMETRY

Carozza, J. A., Cornell University, USA, jac533@cornell.edu; Kido-Soule, M. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, msoule@whoi.edu; Kujawinski, E. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ekujawinski@whoi.edu;

064 - Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS): Advances and Impacts of Ocean Derived Aerosols and Atmospheric Nutrient Inputs

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13211 | Poster ID 1201

MAY AMMONIUM INDUCE THE BLOOM OF DINOFLAGELLATE IN THE EAST CHINA SEA?

Chen, Y., Fudan University, China, yingchen@fudan.edu.cn; Zhu, L., Fudan University, China, ; Xu, Z., Fudan University, China, ; Wang, F., Fudan University, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13533 | Poster ID 1202

IMPACT OF ASIAN DUST ON THE GROWTH OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE SOUTHERN YELLOW SEA: RESPONSES OF CHLOROPHYLL IN TWO INCUBATION EXPERIMENTS

Gao, H. W., Ocean University of China, China, ; Liu, Y., Ocean University of China, China, ydliuying@163.com; Shi, J. H., Ocean University of China, China, engroup@ouc.edu.cn; Yao, X. H., Ocean University of China, China, xhyao@ouc.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.ouc.edu.cn

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13785 | Poster ID 1203

SURFACE OCEAN – LOWER ATMOSPHERE STUDY (SOLAS)

Kontradowitz, S., SOLAS / GEOMAR, Germany, skontradowitz@geomar.de; Brévière, E., SOLAS / GEOMAR, Germany, ebreviere@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14069 | Poster ID 1204

ATMOSPHERIC DRY AND WET DEPOSITION OF NITROGEN SPECIES AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN COASTAL REGION OF THEYELLOW SEA, CHINA

Qi, J. H., Ocean University of China, China, qjianhua@ouc.edu.cn; Shi, J. H., Ocean University of China, China, engroup@ouc.edu.cn; Gao, H. W., Ocean University of China, China, hwgao@ouc.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/atmospheric-dry-and-wet-deposition-of-nitrogen-species-and-its-implication-for-primary-productivity.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14087 | Poster ID 1205

CONCENTRATIONS AND TURNOVER RATES OF DIMETHYLSULFIDE (DMS) IN COASTAL AND OFFSHORE WATERS OF THE SUBARCTIC PACIFIC DURING SUMMER 2010- 2011

Elizabeth/Asher, C., University of British Columbia, Canada, lizzyasher686@gmail.com; John/Dacey, W. H., WHOI, USA, jdacey@whoi.edu; Philippe/Tortell, D., University of British Columbia, Canada, lizzyasher686@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14177 | Poster ID 1206

OCEAN SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE STUDIES FROM SPACE-BASED LIDAR MEASUREMENTS

Lu, X., NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellow, USA, xiaomeilu_1122@hotmail.com; Hu, Y., NASA Langley research Center, USA, yongxiang.hu-1@nasa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14998 | Poster ID 1208

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SIZE-FRACTIONATED AEROSOLS COLLECTED OVER THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC OCEAN: FERROUS IRON AND RELATED COMPOUNDS

Teng, H., Central Washington University, USA, tengh@cwu.edu; Shank, L. M., , USA, linds.shank@gmail.com; Ting, H., Central Washington University, USA, tingh@cwu.edu; Hinz, D., Central Washington University, USA, hinzd@cwu.edu; Johansen, A. M., Central Washington University, USA, johansea@cwu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15816 | Poster ID 1209

EAST-WEST GRADIENT OF ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN DEPOSITION OVER THE SUBARCTIC NORTH PACIFIC DURING SUMMER

Naoe, R., Nagasaki University, Japan, bb53112017@cc.nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Takeda, S., Nagasaki University, Japan, s-takeda@nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Tamura, K., Nagasaki Prefectural Institute for Environmental Research and Public Health, Japan, kei-yamaguchi@pref.nagasaki.lg.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16585 | Poster ID 1210

IT’S NOT ALL POLLUTION: NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE OCEAN AS A SOURCE OF ATMOSPHERIC N IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC REGION

Altieri, K. E., Brown University/Princeton University, USA, kaltieri@princeton.edu; Hastings, M. G., Brown University, USA, meredith_hastings@brown.edu; Peters, A., Bermuda Institute for Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, andrew.peters@bios.edu; Sigman, D. M., Princeton University, USA, sigman@princeton.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16674 | Poster ID 1311

ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF VOLCANIC ASH MOBILIZATION BY WIND TO SURFACE OCEAN FERTILIZATION

Langmann, B., University of Hamburg, Germany, baerbel.langmann@zmaw.de; Hudy, A., University of Hamburg, Germany, alex.hudy@zmaw.de; Hort, M., University of Hamburg, Germany, matthias.hort@zmaw.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16952 | Poster ID 1312

MARINE PRIMARY AEROSOL IN THE MEDITERRANEAN ATMOSPHERE: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES FROM A MESOCOSM STUDY

ANNA, B. D., Institut de Recherches sur la Catalyse et l’Environnement de Lyon, France, barbara.danna@ircelyon.univ-lyon1.fr; SELLEGRI, K., Laboratoire de Météorologie Physique,, France, K.Sellegri@opgc.univ-bpclermont.fr; Marchand, N., Aix-Marseille Université,, France, Nicolas.Marchand@univ-provence.fr>; Sempéré, R., Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography , France, ; Mas, S., Mediterranean Center for Marine Ecosystem Experimental Research, France, sebastien.mas@univ-montp2.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17195 | Poster ID 1313

IN SITU OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE OBSERVATIONS IN THE BRAZIL-MALVINAS CONFLUENCE (BMC) REGION: A DECADE OF EFFORTS BY BRAZIL

Souza, R. B., National Institute for Space Research, Brazil, ronald@dsr.inpe.br; Pezzi, L. P., National Institute for Space Research, Brazil, luciano@dsr.inpe.br;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17925 | Poster ID 1314

INTER-OCEAN SCALE METEOROLOGICAL SYSTEMS RESULTED IN METEOTSUNAMI OVER THE EAST CHINA SEA

Tanaka, K., Hiroshima Institute of Technology, Japan, k.tanaka.pb@cc.it-hiroshima.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.hydromet-hit.jp/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18038 | Poster ID 1315

ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF VOLCANIC ASH MOBILIZATION BY WIND TO SURFACE OCEAN FERTILIZATION

Langmann, B., University of Hamburg, Germany, baerbel.langmann@zmaw.de; Hudy, A., University of Hamburg, Germany, alex.hudy@zmaw.de; Hort, M., University of Hamburg, Germany, matthias.hort@zmaw.de;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13251 | Poster ID 1535

GAUGING PERCEPTIONS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION IN ALASKA

Frisch, L. C., Ocean Acidification Research Center, USA, laurencfrisch@gmail.com; Mathis, J. T., Ocean Acidification Research Center, NOAA - Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, jtmathis@alaska.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13995 | Poster ID 1536

THE SCIENCE OF MARINE DEBRIS: GUIDING PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT

Landrum, J. P., AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow - NOAA Marine Debris Program, USA, landrum.jason@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14098 | Poster ID 1537

INTERPRETATION OF PROBABILISTIC OUTPUT OF TROPICAL CYCLONE STORM TIDE FORECASTING FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Burston, J. M., Griffith University, Australia, ; Ware, D., Griffith University, Australia, d.ware@griffith.edu.au; Tomlinson, R., Griffith University, Australia, r.tomlinson@griffith.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14242 | Poster ID 1538

DEVELOPING AND COMMUNICATING METRICS OF RESTORATION SUCCESS FOR THE COASTAL LAGOONS OF SOUTH FLORIDA AT THE INTERSECTION OF SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, AND POLICY

Schopmeyer, S. A., University of Miami, USA, sschopmeyer@rsmas.miami.edu; Liehr, G. A., NOAA, SEFSC, NMFS, USA, gladys.liehr@noaa.gov; Lirman, D., University of Miami, USA, dlirman@rsmas.miami.edu; Serafy, J. E., NOAA, SEFSC, NMFS, USA, joe.serafy@noaa.gov; Browder, J. A., NOAA, SEFSC, NMFS, USA, joan.browder@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14543 | Poster ID 1539

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN HUMANS AND SHARKS TO BUILD A CONSERVATION PLAN FOR SAND TIGERS (CARCHARIAS TAURUS) IN DELAWARE BAY

Johnson, S., Delaware State University, USA, symone.johnson@rocketmail.com; Fox, D. A., Delaware State University, USA, dfox@desu.edu; Wetherbee, B. M., University of Rhode Island, USA, wetherbee@mail.uri.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15069 | Poster ID 1540

FROM MONSTER TO FRIEND: CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF FLORIDA DECISION-MAKERS ON GOLIATH GROUPERS

Frias-Torres, S., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, sfriastorres@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://independent.academia.edu/SarahFriasTorres

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15194 | Poster ID 1566

OFFSHORE BATHYMETRIC AND BACKSCATTER DATA FOR OCEAN SPATIAL PLANNING IN MAINE

Nixon, M. E., Maine Coastal Program, USA, Matthew.e.nixon@maine.gov; Norton, E. L., Maine Coastal Program, USA, Emily.norton@maine.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15747 | Poster ID 1567

PREPARING YOUNG SCIENTISTS FOR THE POLICY IMPACTS OF THEIR RESEARCH

Antia, A. N., University of Kiel, Germany, aantia@uv.uni-kiel.de; Schmidt, J. O., University of Kiel, Germany, jschmidt@economics.uni-kiel.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17809 | Poster ID 1568

PARAMETRIC MODELING OF THE EXPOSURE OF MARINE MAMMALS TO UNDERWATER SOUND FROM ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES: 20 YEARS OF RESEARCH AND REGULATIONS

Vigness-Raposa, K. J., Marine Acoustics, Inc., USA, kathleen.vigness@marineacoustics.com; Ellison, W. T., Marine Acoustics, Inc., USA, bill.ellison@marineacoustics.com; Frankel, A. S., Marine Acoustics, Inc., USA, adam.frankel@marineacoustics.com; Southall, B. L., Southall Environmental Associates, Inc.; University of California Santa Cruz, USA, brandon.southall@sea-inc.net;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17873 | Poster ID 1569

OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH IN SUPPORT OF MARINE PROTECTION LEGISLATION IN THE EXTENSIVE EEZ OF AN ISLAND MEMBER-STATE OF THE EU

Hannides, A. K., University of Hawaii, USA, hannides@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18041 | Poster ID 1570

NOVEL GEOVISUALIZATION APPROACH TO SIMULTANEOUSLY COMMUNICATE SPATIAL TRENDS AND UNCERTAINTY ASSOCIATED WITH DISCONTINUOUS DATASETS

Bauer, J., U.S. Dept. of Energy, NETL ORISE Fellow, USA, jennifer.bauer@netl.doe.gov; Rose, K., U.S. Dept. of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory, USA, kelly.rose@netl.doe.gov;

082 - Sediment Delivery, Transport and Deposition in Aquatic Environments

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14619 | Poster ID 100

SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION AND NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN THE SHALLOW AREAS OF THE BALTIC SEA – IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Niemistö, J. P., University of Helsinki, Finland, juha.niemisto@helsinki.fi; Joensuu, M., University of Helsinki, Finland, mari.joensuu@helsinki.fi; Virkkala, N., University of Helsinki, Finland, niklas.virkkala@helsinki.fi;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14690 | Poster ID 101

USING RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION TAGS TO INVESTIGATE GRAVEL TRANSPORT ON A SAND-GRAVEL MIXED BEACH

Takagawa, T., Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan, takagawa-t@pari.go.jp; Sato, S., The University of Tokyo, Japan, sato@coastal.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Nagasaka, Y., Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan, nagasaka-y@pari.go.jp; Yamanaka, Y., The University of Tokyo, Japan, yamanaka@coastal.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14728 | Poster ID 102

LINKING DELTAIC SEDIMENTATION AND THE POLLUTION HISTORY: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH IN THE PO RIVER DELTA, ITALY

Correggiari, A., CNR ISMAR, Italy, anna.correggiari@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Miserocchi, S., CNR ISMAR, Italy, stefano.miserocchi@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Tesi, T., CNR ISMAR, Italy, tommaso.tesi@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Albertazzi, S., CNR ISMAR, Italy, sonia.albertazzi@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Iacovone, V., ARPA Veneto, Italy, viacovone@arpa.veneto.it;

ePoster Link: http://www.ismar.cnr.it/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13007 | Poster ID 15

GOCI FOR THE TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF KOREAN COASTAL WATER

Choi, J., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, jkchoi@kiost.ac; Yang, H., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, ; Park, Y., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13018 | Poster ID 16

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF COHESIVE MUD SUSPENSION IN HIGH-CONCENTRATED TIDAL CHANNEL OF THE CHANGJIANG ESTUARY

Ge, J., East China Normal University, China, jzge@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn; Ding, P., East China Normal University, China, pxding@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn; Guo, W., East China Normal University, China, guwin316319@gmail.com; Zheng, D., Shanghai Scientific and Technological Education Press, , songshu53@hotmail.com; Kong, Y., East China Normal University, China, yzkong@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13019 | Poster ID 17

ESTUARINE PARTICLE TRACKING – DIVERGENCE IN SEDIMENT PATHS

Brown, J. M., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, jebro@noc.ac.uk; Amoudry , L. O., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, laou@noc.ac.uk; Souza, A. J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ajso@noc.ac.uk; Rees, J., Centre For Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, United Kingdom, jon.rees@cefas.co.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13066 | Poster ID 18

THOUSANDFOLD SEDIMENT DELIVERY, PORT DEVELOPMENT AND CORAL REEF CONSERVATION: THE 500 YEARS VERACRUZ DILEMMA.

Arenas, V. E., University of Veracruz, Mexico, virgilioeugenio@gmail.com; Menanteau, L., UMR 654 CNRS, France, loic.menanteau@univ-nantes.fr;

ePoster Link: http://UV.mx

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13114 | Poster ID 19

PARTICLE FLUXES AND SOURCE CHARACTERIZATION ON A WESTERN BOUNDARY UPWELLING SYSTEM IN SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL: SEDIMENT TRAP EXPERIMENTS

ALBUQUERQUE, A. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, ana_albuquerque@id.uff.br; BELEM, A. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, andre_belem@geoq.uff.br; CAPILLA, R., CENPES-Petrobras, Brazil, capilla@petrobras.com.br;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13144 | Poster ID 20

LONG-TERM CHANGES OF SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENTS AT THE SOUTHERN KANGHWA TIDAL FLAT, WEST COAST OF KOREA

Woo, H., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, hjwoo@kiost.ac; Cho, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jcho@kiost.ac; Lee, Y., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, eunicelee@kiost.ac; Kang, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jwkhang7@kiost.ac; Choi, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jkchoi@kiost.ac;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13150 | Poster ID 21

DISPERSAL AND FATE OF YELLOW RIVER-DERIVED SEDIMENTS IN THE BOHAI SEA INFERRING FROM ORGANIC GEOCHEMICAL TRACERS

Guo, Z., Fudan University, China, guozgg@fudan.edu.cn; Hu, L., First Institute of Oceanography, China, hulimin@fio.org.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13203 | Poster ID 22

SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A LARGE NATURAL HARBOR AND INTERCONNECTING ESTUARINE SYSTEM: THE KAIPARA HARBOUR, NEW ZEALAND

Pritchard, M., NIWA, New Zealand, m.pritchard@niwa.co.nz; Green, M. O., NIWA, New Zealand, m.green@niwa.co.nz; MacDonald, I., NIWA, New Zealand, i.macdonald@niwa.co.nz;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13331 | Poster ID 59

SEDIMENT PROVENANCE OF SOUTHWESTERN CHEJU ISLAND MUD USING PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS

Cho, H., Gyeongsang National University, Republic Of Korea, hgcho@gsnu.ac.kr; Lee, Y., Gyeongsang National University, Republic Of Korea, ; Kim, S., Gyeongsang National University, Republic Of Korea, ; Ahn, S., Gyeongsang National University, Republic Of Korea, ; Choi, H., Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Republic Of Korea, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13414 | Poster ID 60

THE SPRING-NEAP TIDAL ASYMMETRY OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN YANGTZE RIVER ESTUARY DURING THE DRY SEASON 2009

Song, D., Key Laboratory of Physical Oceanography, MOE, Ocean University of China, China, songdh@ouc.edu.cn; Wang, H., School of Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences, University of New South Wales, Australia, h.wang@adfa.edu.au; Cao, Z., State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics, China, ; Guan, W., State Key Laboratory of Satellite Ocean Environment Dynamics, China, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/the-spring-neap-tidal-asymmetry-of-suspended-sediment-transport-in-yangtze-river-estuary-during-the

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13440 | Poster ID 61

RECENT CHANGES IN THE EROSION-ACCRETION PATTERNS OF THE ACTIVE HUANGHE (YELLOW RIVER) DELTA LOBE BY HUMAN ACTIVITIES

Bi, N. S., Ocean University of China, China, naishuang.bi@gmail.com; Wang, H. J., Ocean University of China, China, hjwang@ouc.edu.cn; Yang, Z. S., Ocean University of China, China, zshyang@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13521 | Poster ID 62

CONTRIBUTION OF SEDIMENT OXYGEN DEMAND TO THE HYPOXIA OFF THE CHANGJIANG ESTUARY

Zhang, H. Y., Ocean University of China, China, zhanghaiyan123123@163.com; Zhao, L., Ocean University of China, China, liang.zhao@gmail.com; Sun, Y., Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, China, sunyao@ysfri.ac.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13539 | Poster ID 63

FIRST MORPHOLOGICAL MAPPING OF THE PO DELTA (NORTH ADRIATIC SEA) FROM THE ULTRA HIGH-RESOLUTION MULTIBEAM BATHYMETRY AND BACKSCATTER DATA

Bosman, A., CNR - IGAG, Italy, alessandro.bosman@uniroma1.it; Madricardo, F., CNR - ISMAR, Italy, fantina.madricardo@ve.ismar.cnr.it; Remia, A., CNR - ISMAR, Italy, alessandro.remia@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Correggiari, A., CNR - ISMAR, Italy, anna.corregiari@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Romagnoli, C., University of Bologna - BiGeA, Italy, claudia.romagnoli@unibo.it;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13694 | Poster ID 64

VERY HIGH RESOLUTION SEISMIC STUDY OF WATER RESERVOIRS: POWERFUL TOOLS TO RECENT SEDIMENTATION AND WATER RESOURCES CONTROL

Yutsis, V. V., Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica, Mexico, vsevolod.yutsis@ipicyt.edu.mx; Levchenko, O. V., Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Federation, olevses@rambler.ru;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13723 | Poster ID 65

INTERNAL TIDE CLIMATOLOGY ON THE SOUTHERN MONTEREY BAY SHELF AND ASSOCIATED BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYER SEDIMENT TRANSPORT

Rosenberger, K. J., USGS, USA, krosenberger@usgs.gov; Storlazzi, C. D., USGS, USA, cstorlazzi@usgs.gov; Cheriton, O., USGS, USA, ocheriton@usgs.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13773 | Poster ID 66

REDOX SENSITIVE TRACE ELEMENTS (U, CR, V) AND THEIR RESPONSE TO THE REDOX CONDITIONS IN THE PORE WATER OF SEDIMENT ALONG THE COAST OF EAST CHINA SEA

Jiang, X., Ocean University of China, China, jeanjxy@ouc.edu.cn; Ning, J., Yellow Sea Fishery Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, China, ningjs@ysfri.ac.cn; Sui, J., Ocean University of China, China, sjuanjuan1206@126.com; Xu, B., Ocean University of China, China, xubc@ouc.edu.cn; Yu, Z., Ocean University of China, China, zhigangyu@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13881 | Poster ID 95

BIOGEOCHEMICAL RESPONSES TO SEDIMENT DYNAMICS AND LIGHT LIMITATION IN THE DELAWARE ESTUARY

McSweeney, J., Rutgers University, USA, jmcsween@marine.rutgers.edu; Wilkin, J., Rutgers University, USA, wilkin@marine.rutgers.edu; Chant, R., Rutgers University , USA, chant@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13929 | Poster ID 96

EVENT SEDIMENTATION ON A SUBAQUEOUS DELTA: UNDERSTANDING THE INTERPLAY OF SEDIMENT SUPPLY AND REMOBILIZATION IN SHAPING THE GROWTH OF AN ANTHROPOCENE DELTA

Carlin, J. A., Texas A&M University-Galveston, USA, carlinj@tamug.edu; Dellapenna, T. M., Texas A&M University-Galveston, USA, dellapet@tamug.edu; Strom, K. B., University of Houston, USA, kbstrom@uh.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/event-sedimentation-on-a-muddy-subaqueous-delta-understanding-the-interplay-of-sediment-supply-and.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13961 | Poster ID 97

EVIDENCE OF CONSTRUCTIONAL RAVINEMENT ON A TRANSGRESSIVE BARRIER COAST: STORM GENERATED MORPHOLOGY PRESERVED ON THE INNER SHELF OF THE NORTHWEST GULF OF MEXICO

Johnson, K. W., Texas A&M, USA, kylewj@gmail.com; Dellapenna, T. M., Texas A&M, USA, dellapet@tamug.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14456 | Poster ID 98

THE DEPOSITIONAL HISTORY OF OSO BAY; A SOUTH TEXAS TIDAL FLAT

Smith, B., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, smithbenjaminreed@gmail.com; Silliman, J., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, james.silliman@tamucc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14576 | Poster ID 99

IMPACTS OF SUMMER STORM ACTIVITY ON SEAFLOOR FEATURES OFFSHORE FROM FOLLY BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA.

Lee, A. J., University of South Carolina - Columbia, USA, leeaj3@email.sc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/impacts-of-summer-storm-activity-on-seafloor-features-offshore-from-folly-beach-south-carolina-usa.pdf

085 - Towards a Global Ocean Biogeochemical Observing System Based on Profiling Floats and Gliders

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13312 | Poster ID 1771

DECOUPLING OF NUTRIENT, CARBON AND OXYGEN CYCLES IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC: FIVE YEARS OF PROFILING FLOAT OBSERVATIONS NEAR BATS

Johnson, K. S., MBARI, USA, johnson@mbari.org; Riser, S. C., University of Washington, School of Oceanography, USA, riser@ocean.washington.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.mbari.org/chemsensor/floatviz.htm

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13367 | Poster ID 1772

MONITORING OF DEEP CONVECTION AND PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM PROCESSES IN THE NORTH WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA USING BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROFILING FLOATS

Pasqueron de Fommervault, O., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, ACRI-ST, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, orens.de-fommervault@obs-vlfr.fr; Taillandier, V., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, taillandier@obs-vlfr.fr; D'Ortenzio, F., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, dortenzio@obs-vlfr.fr; Lavigne, H., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, lavigne@obs-vlfr.fr; Migon, C., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, migon@obs-vlfr.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13920 | Poster ID 1773

INCREASING THE ACCURACY OF AUTONOMOUS, FLUORESCENCE-BASED ESTIMATES OF CHLOROPHYLL-A: A BIO-OPTICAL APPROACH

Beck, M. R., Dalhousie University, Canada, matthew.r.beck@gmail.com; Comeau, A. J., Dalhousie University, Canada, adam.comeau@gmail.com; Davis, R. F., Dalhousie University, Canada, rfdavis@dal.ca; Pye, J. D., Dalhousie University, Canada, jonpye@gmail.com; Cullen, J. J., Dalhousie University, Canada, John.Cullen@dal.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/increasing-the-accuracy-of-autonomous-fluorescence-based-estimates-of-chlorophyll-a-a-bio-optical

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14040 | Poster ID 1774

A NORTH PACIFIC BIOGEOCHEMICAL OBSERVING SYSTEM USING PROFILING FLOATS

Sakamoto, C. M., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, saca@mbari.org; Johnson, K. S., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, johnson@mbari.org; Coletti, L. J., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, coletti@mbari.org; Swift, D., University of Washington, USA, swift@ocean.washington.edu; Riser, S., University of Washington, USA, riser@ocean.washington.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14101 | Poster ID 1775

GENERATING A CONSISTENT DATASET OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROFILES ACQUIRED BY BIO-ARGO FLOATS.

Poteau, A., Laboratoire d’Oceanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, poteau@obs-vlfr.fr; Schmechtig, C., Observatoire Oceanologique de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, schmechtig@obs-vlfr.fr; Obolensky, G., Laboratoire d’Oceanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, obolensky@obs-vlfr.fr; D'Ortenzio, F., Laboratoire d’Oceanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, dortenzio@obs-vlfr.fr; Claustre, H., Laboratoire d’Oceanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, , claustre@obs-vlfr.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.oao.obs-vlfr.fr/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15184 | Poster ID 1776

CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL IMPACT OF INTENSE SUMMER DCM IN THE NORTHWESTERN MEDITERRANEAN: A MULTI-INSTRUMENTED GLIDER AND PROFILING FLOAT APPROACH.

Claustre, H., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, , claustre@obs-vlfr.fr; Tallandier, V., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, taillandier@obs-vlfr.fr; Obolensky, G., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, obolensky@obs-vlfr.fr; Vellucci, V., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, enzo@obs-vlfr.fr; Gentili, B., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, , gentili@obs-vlfr.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.oao.obs-vlfr.fr/carto/index.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15198 | Poster ID 1777

PRESSURE TOLERANT DURAFET PH SENSORS ON APEX PROFILING FLOATS

Jannasch, H. W., MBARI, USA, jaha@mbari.org; Johnson, K. S., MBARI, USA, johnson@mbari.org; Coletti, L. J., MBARI, USA, coletti@mbari.org; Elrod, V., MBARI, USA, elrod@mbari.org; Takeshita, Y., SIO, USA, ytakeshi@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15862 | Poster ID 1778

FIRST TRANSECTS OF THE GLIDER SEAEXPLORER: DATA QUALITY CONTROL AND INTERCOMPARISON WITHIN THE MEDITERRANEAN OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM

Besson, F., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche CNRS/UPMC, France, besson@obs-vlfr.fr; Taillandier, V., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche CNRS/UPMC, France, taillandier@obs-vlfr.fr; Obolensky, G., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche CNRS/UPMC, France, obolensky@obs-vlfr.fr; Claustre, H., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche CNRS/UPMC, France, claustre@obs-vlfr.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15870 | Poster ID 1779

LABORATORY CALIBRATION OF OPTODE-BASED OXYGEN SENSORS FOR PROFILING FLOATS

Uchida, H., RIGC/JAMSTEC, Japan, huchida@jamstec.go.jp; Sato, K., RIGC/JAMSTEC, Japan, k_sato@jamstec.go.jp; Hosoda, S., RIGC/JAMSTEC, Japan, hosodas@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15871 | Poster ID 1780

PROVAL : A NEW PROFILING FLOAT DEDICATED TO VALIDATION OF OCEAN COLOR REMOTE SENSING OBSERVATIONS

Leymarie, E., CNRS - UPMC - LOV, France, leymarie@obs-vlfr.fr; Penkerc'h, C., CNRS - UPMC - LOV, France, penkerch@obs-vlfr.fr; Claustre, H., CNRS - UPMC - LOV, France, claustre@obs-vlfr.fr; Antoine, D., CNRS - UPMC - LOV, France, antoine@obs-vlfr.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.oao.obs-vlfr.fr/projectssm/other-ongoing-projectssm/98-proval

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16448 | Poster ID 1781

GLIDERS FOR RESEARCH, OCEAN OBSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT - GROOM

GROOM consortium, T., , , ; Schauer, U., Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, ursula.schauer@awi.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.groom-fp7.eu/doku.php?id=start

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16609 | Poster ID 1782

RECENT ADVANCES IN GEOCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SAMPLING INSTRUMENTATION: FROM REMOTE AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES TO THE CLIO BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROFILER.

Gomez-Ibanez, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dgi@whoi.edu; McCartney, K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kmccartney@whoi.edu; German, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cgerman@whoi.edu; Yoerger, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dyoerger@whoi.edu; Breier, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jbreier@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.whoi.edu/science/AOPE/dsl/jbreier/styled-3/index.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16720 | Poster ID 1799

CLOSING GAPS: INVESTIGATING THE MARINE CARBON CYCLE USING AUTONOMOUS MOBILE PLATFORMS

Fiedler, B., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, bfiedler@geomar.de; Fietzek, P., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, pfietzek@geomar.de; Silva, P., Instituto Nacional de Desenvolvimento das Pescas (INDP), Cape Verde, pericles.silva@indp.gov.cv; Karstensen, J., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, jkarstensen@geomar.de; Körtzinger, A., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, akoertzinger@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16949 | Poster ID 1800

SLOPE TO BASIN AND VERTICAL PARTICLE TRANSPORT DYNAMICS MEASURED WITH A PROFILING BIOGEOCHEMICAL FLOAT

Walsh, I. D., WET Labs, USA, ian@wetlabs.com; Murphy, D. J., Sea-Bird Electronics, USA, dmurphy@seabird.com; Mitchell, T. O., Sea-Bird Electronics, USA, tmitchell@seabird.com;

ePoster Link: http://navis.sea-birdscientific.com/profilemap.php?floatId=28

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17402 | Poster ID 1801

IS TWILIGHT ZONE CARBON SEDIMENTATION UNDERESTIMATED?

Bishop, J. K., UC Berkeley, Dept of Earth and Planetary Science, USA, jkbishop@berkeley.edu; Hamilton, C. M., UC Berkeley, Dept of Earth and Planetary Science, USA, cmhamilton@berkeley.edu; Fong, M., Scripps, USA, fong.michael0@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://eps.berkeley.edu/development/view_person.php?uid=212268

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17453 | Poster ID 1802

CARBON FLUX EXPLORER: QUANTIFYING THE COMPOSITION, VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION, AND DIURNAL VARIABILITY OF SEDIMENTATION IN THE SANTA CRUZ BASIN

Hamilton, C. M., University of California, Berkeley, USA, cmhamilton2.718@gmail.com; Bishop, J. K., University of California, Berkeley, USA, jkbishop@berkeley.edu; Wood, T. j., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA, tjwood@lbl.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17482 | Poster ID 1803

IMAGING PARTICLES FROM AUTONOMOUS PROFILING FLOATS: THE SOLOPC AND THE FUTURE

Checkley, D. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, dcheckley@ucsd.edu; Jackson, G. A., Texax A&M University, USA, gjackson@tamu.edu; Dagg, M. J., LUMCOM, USA, mdagg@me.com; Forrest-Baldini, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jlforrestbaldini@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 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13683 | Poster ID 1134

WATER MASSES OF THE EASTERN BERING SEA SHELF

Cokelet, E. D., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, edward.d.cokelet@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13946 | Poster ID 1135

CLIMATE-INDUCED VARIABILITY IN CALANUS SPP. DEVELOPMENT AND SPAWNING IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA

Pinchuk, A. I., University of Alaska, USA, aipinchuk@alaska.edu; Coyle, K. O., University of Alaska, USA, kocoyle@alaska.edu; Eisner, L. B., NOAA, USA, Lisa.Eisner@noaa.gov; Napp, J. M., NOAA, USA, Jeff.Napp@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14891 | Poster ID 1136

DISTINCT FEEDING STRATEGIES IN TWO SPECIES OF BERING SEA EUPHAUSIIDS DOCUMENTED BY MULTIPLE LIPID BIOMARKERS

Pleuthner, R. L., Old Dominion University, OEAS, USA, rpleuthn@odu.edu; Harvey, H. R., Old Dominion University, OEAS, USA, rharvey@odu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15494 | Poster ID 1137

EVALUATION OF EXTREME EVENTS OVER THE BERING SEA SIMULATED BY THE COMMUNITY CLIMATE SYSTEM MODEL, VERSION 4

Walston, J. M., University of AlaskaFairbanks/International Arctic Research Center, USA, jmwalston@alaska.edu; Gibson, G. A., University of Alaska Fairbanks/ International Arctic Research Center, USA, gagibson@alaska.edu; Walsh, J., University of Alaska Fairbanks/ International Arctic Research Center, USA, jwalsh@arthur.iarc.uaf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16149 | Poster ID 1138

SEASONAL PHENOLOGY OF APPENDICULARIAN TUNICATE POPULATIONS IN THE NORTHWATER POLYNYA

Deibel, D., Memorial University, Canada, ddeibel@mun.ca; Saunders, P., Ashland University, USA, psaunder@ashland.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.mun.ca/osc/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16427 | Poster ID 1145

A MODELING STUDY TO EXPLORE ON-SHELF TRANSPORT OF OCEANIC ZOOPLANKTON IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA

Gibson, G. A., International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, ggibson@iarc.uaf.edu; Hermann, A. J., Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington, USA, Albert.J.Hermann@noaa.gov; Hedstrom, K., Arctic Region Supercomputing Center, USA, kshedstrom@alaska.edu; Curchitser, E. N., Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, USA, enrique@marine.rutgers.edu;

ePoster Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2013.03.010

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16827 | Poster ID 1146

POPULATION GENETICS OF THE CALANUS GLACIALIS/MARSHALLAE SPECIES COMPLEX IN THE BERING AND WESTERN ARCTIC SEAS

Campbell, R. G., University of Rhode Island, USA, campbell@gso.uri.edu; Gelfman, C., University of Rhode Island, USA, cgelfman@gso.uri.edu; Dennis, M., University of Rhode Island, USA, mfdennis@my.uri.edu; McCoy, I., University of Rhode Island, USA, iainmccoy@my.uri.edu; Ashjian, C. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cashjian@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17583 | Poster ID 1147

SEASONAL FISH GROWTH AND MORTALITY DURING COLD AND WARM YEARS IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA

Ortiz, I., School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, USA, ivonne@u.washington.edu; Aydin, K., Alaska Fisheries Science Center, NOAA, USA, kerim.aydin@noaa.gov; Hermann, A., Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington, USA, Albert.J.Hermann@noaa.gov; Gibson, G., International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, ggibson@iarc.uaf.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/seasonal-fish-growth-and-mortality-during-cold-and-warm-years-in-the-eastern-bering-sea.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17611 | Poster ID 1148

TWELVE YEARS OF OBSERVED SPRING NUTRIENT LEVELS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF ALASKA: 1998-2010

Trahanovsky, K. A., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, kat.1@alaska.edu; Whitledge, T. E., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, terry@ims.uaf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18131 | Poster ID 1149

GROWTH RATES OF JUVENILE ARCTIC COD (BOREOGADUS SAIDA) AND SAFFRON COD (ELEGINUS GRACILIS) IN A WARMING OCEAN

Laurel, B. J., NOAA-AFSC, USA, ben.laurel@noaa.gov; Spencer, M., NOAA-AFSC, USA, mara.spencer@noaa.gov; Copeman, L. A., Oregon State University - CEOAS, USA, copemanl@onid.orst.edu;

098 - Lipids as tracers of organic matter pathways in marine ecosystems

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13236 | Poster ID 266

YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT? DIFFERENTIAL DIGESTION AND MODIFICATION OF FATTY ACIDS IN THE ALIMENTARY TRACT OF BOWHEAD WHALES

Horstmann-Dehn, L., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, lara.horstmann@alaska.edu; George, C., North Slope Borough, USA, craig.george@north-slope.org; Oliveira, A., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, acoliveira@alaska.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13638 | Poster ID 267

EVALUATION OF THE EXTRACTION EFFICIENCY OF TWO SOLVENT SYSTEMS USING ACCELERATED SOLVENT EXTRACTION

Schollmeier, T., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, tanja.schollmeier@gmail.com; Iken, K., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, kbiken@alaska.edu; Oliveira, A., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, acoliveira@alaska.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13834 | Poster ID 268

DISTINCT SEASONALITY IN SOURCES AND COMPOSITION OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER IN ARCTIC LAGOONS AS REVEALED BY FATTY ACID PROFILES AND BULK STABLE ISOTOPES

Connelly, T. L., University of Texas at Austin, USA, connelly@austin.utexas.edu; McClelland, J. W., University of Texas at Austin, USA, jimm@utexas.edu; Crump, B. C., Oregon State University, USA, bcrump@coas.oregonstate.edu; Kellogg, C. T., Oregon State University, USA, ckellogg@coas.oregonstate.edu; Dunton, K. H., University of Texas at Austin, USA, ken.dunton@utexas.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13873 | Poster ID 269

COMPARISONS OF LIPIDS WITH OTHER PROXIES IN TRACING TERRESTRIAL ORGANIC MATTER IN SEDIMENTS: A CASE STUDY IN FIORDLAND, NEW ZEALAND

Cui, X., University of Florida, USA, cuixingqian@ufl.edu; Bianchi, T. S., University of Florida, USA, tbianchi@ufl.edu; Savage, C., University of Otago, New Zealand, candida.savage@otago.ac.nz;

ePoster Link: http://web.geology.ufl.edu/gradstudents-fall2013.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13878 | Poster ID 270

LIPID BIOMARKERS TRACK CHANGING ORGANIC MATTER LOADS TO GULF OF MEXICO DEEP-WATER CORALS

Campbell-Swarzenski, P., US Geological Survey, USA, Pamela Campbell-Swarzenski ; Prouty, N. G., US Geological Survey, USA, nprouty@usgs.gov; Mienis, F., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, Furu.Mienis@nioz.nl; Ross, S. W., UNC-W, Center for Marine Science, , rosss@uncw.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14097 | Poster ID 271

SPATIO-TEMPORAL AND INTER-SPECIFIC VARIABILITY IN LIPID AND FATTY ACID TRACERS IN FORAGE FISHES FROM THE NW MEDITERRANEAN

BODIN, N., IRD, Seychelles, nathalie.bodin@ird.fr; Pethybridge, H., CSIRO , Australia, heidi.pethybridge@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14354 | Poster ID 272

TAXONOMIC COMPOSITION AFFECTS PHYTODETRITUS NUTRITIONAL VALUE, WITH CONSEQUENCES FOR EGG PRODUCTION IN A DEPOSIT-FEEDING SEA CUCUMBER

Regula-Whitefield, C. M., University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA, cmregulawhitefield@alaska.edu; Hardy, S. M., University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA, smhardy@alaska.edu; Oliveira, A. C., University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA, acoliveira@alaska.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14944 | Poster ID 273

LIPIDS AS TRACERS OF FEEDING HISTORY ACROSS MULTIPLE TROPHIC LEVELS IN THE ALASKAN NEPTUNE WHELK (NEPTUNEA SPP.)

Taylor, K. A., Old Dominion University, USA, k3taylor@odu.edu; Harvey, H. R., Old Dominion University, USA, rharvey@odu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14973 | Poster ID 274

VARIABILITY IN FOOD QUALITY IN SUBTROPICAL KRILL NYCTIPHANES SIMPLEX IN DIFFERENT HYDROGRAPHIC REGIMES OF THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA REVEALED BY FATTY ACID

Del Angel-Rodríguez, J. A., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, jadar7@mun.ca; Parrish, C. C., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, cparrish@mun.ca; Gómez-Gutiérrez, J., Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Mexico, jagomezg@ipn.mx;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/variability-in-food-quality-in-subtropical-krill-nyctiphanes-simplex-in-different-hydrographic

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15295 | Poster ID 275

EXAMINING THE HAWAIIAN PELAGIC FOOD WEB FROM THE EPIPELAGIC TO THE MESOPELAGIC USING FATTY ACID BIOMARKERS

Drazen, J. C., University of Hawaii, USA, jdrazen@hawaii.edu; Choy, C. A., University of Hawaii, USA, cachoy@hawaii.edu; Neuheimer, A., University of Hawaii, USA, annabn@hawaii.edu; Phleger, C. F., CSIRO, Australia, Rick.Phleger@csiro.au; Nichols, P. D., CSIRO, Australia, Peter.Nichols@csiro.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/examining-the-hawaiian-pelagic-food-web-from-the-epipelagic-to-the-mesopelagic-using-fatty-acid.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16061 | Poster ID 276

DIRECT DETERMINATION OF FATTY ACIDS IN FISH TISSUE IN ORDER TO DEFINE AND THEN QUANTIFY TOP PREDATOR TROPHIC CONNECTIONS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN PACIFIC

Parrish, C. C., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, cparrish@mun.ca; Nichols, P. D., CSIRO Wealth from Ocean Flagship, Australia, Peter.Nichols@csiro.au; Young, J. W., , Australia, Jock.Young@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16543 | Poster ID 277

ORGANIC MATTER ON GEOCHEMICAL BORDERS IN THE KARA SEA.

Belyaev, N. A., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russian Federation, ratnick@mail.ru; Ponyaev, M. S., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russian Federation, mponyaev@yandex.ru;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17207 | Poster ID 278

LIPID REMODELLING BY THE DIATOM THALASSIOSIRA PSEUDONANA UNDER PHOSPHORUS STARVATION – NEW INSIGHTS INTO PHYTOPLANKTON METABOLISM AND CANDIDATE BIOMARKERS

Hunter, J. E., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, J.Hunter@noc.soton.ac.uk; Brandsma, J., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, J.Brandsma@soton.ac.uk; Moore, C. M., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, C.Moore@noc.soton.ac.uk; Attard, G. S., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, gza@soton.ac.uk; Mills, R. A., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, Rachel.Mills@soton.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17318 | Poster ID 279

FOOD AND PHYSIOLOGY INFLUENCE THE FATTY ACID SIGNATURES OF TISSUES FROM THE DEEP-SEA FISH, CORYPHAENOIDES ARMATUS

Mayor, D. J., University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom, dan.mayor@abdn.ac.uk; Sharples, C. J., University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom, ; Webster, L., Marine Scotland Science, United Kingdom, ; Walsham, P., Marine Scotland Science, United Kingdom, ; Lacaze, J. P., Marine Scotland Science, United Kingdom, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17613 | Poster ID 297

MICROBIAL-ANIMAL COMPETITION IN THE COLD: CARBON CYCLING IN A HIGH ANTARCTIC INFAUNAL FOOD WEB

Thurber, A. R., Oregon State University, USA, athurber@coas.oregonstate.edu; Welsh, R., Oregon State University, USA, rory.welsh@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://ceoas.oregonstate.edu/profile/thurber/

103 - Biogoechemistry of permeable environments

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12971 | Poster ID 2191

COUPLED NITRIFICATION-DENITRIFICATION IS INHIBITED IN PERMEABLE SEDIMENTS

Kessler, A. J., Monash University, Australia, adamjohnkessler@gmail.com; Glud, R. N., University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, rnglud@biology.sdu.dk; Cardenas, M. B., University of Texas at Austin, USA, cardenas@jsg.utexas.edu; Cook, P. L., Monash University, Australia, perran.cook@monash.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13138 | Poster ID 2192

OXYGEN FLUXES IN CARBONATE CORAL REEF SANDS MEASURED WITH THE EDDY CORRELATION TECHNIQUE

Huettel, M. H., Florida State University, USA, mhuettel@fsu.edu; Berg, P., University of Virginia, USA, pb8n@virginia.edu; Brignole, P., Florida State University, USA, pb11e@my.fsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13341 | Poster ID 2195

MODELLING THE INTERACTION OF MIGRATING RIPPLES AND PRESSURE DRIVEN ADVECTIVE POREWATER FLOW

Ahmerkamp, S., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, sahmerka@mpi-bremen.de; Winter, C., Marum, Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, Germany, cwinter@marum.de; Kuypers, M. M., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mkuypers@mpi-bremen.de; Holtappels, M., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mholtapp@mpi-bremen.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13449 | Poster ID 2196

DEGRADATION OF LIPIDS IN SEASONAL HYPOXIA SEDIMENT-SEAWATER INTERFACE

Ding, H., Ocean University of China, China, dinghb@ouc.edu.cn; Sui, W., Ocean University of China, China, ; Sun, C., First institute of Oceanography, , csun@fio.org.cn; Sun, L., Ocean University of China, China, ; Yang, G., Ocean University of China, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13977 | Poster ID 2197

MODELING EDDY CORRELATION BIASES CREATED BY VELOCITY SENSITIVITIES OF CLARK-TYPE OXYGEN MICROELECTRODES UNDER WAVES

Albright, A. T., Oregon State University, USA, aalbrigh@coas.oregonstate.edu; Reimers, C. E., Oregon State University, USA, creimers@coas.oregonstate.edu; Özkan-Haller, H. T., Oregon State University, USA, ozkan@coas.oregonstate.edu; Berg, P., University of Virginia, USA, pb8n@virginia.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14107 | Poster ID 2198

COMPLEX NITROGEN CYCLING IN EUTROPHIED COASTAL SANDS

Marchant, H. K., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, hmarchan@mpi-bremen.de; Lavik, G., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, glavik@mpi-bremen.de; Holtappels, M., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mholtappel@mpi-bremen.de; Kuypers, M. M., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mkuypers@mpi-bremen.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14297 | Poster ID 2199

USING TEMPERATURE TIME SERIES TO MODEL TIME-VARYING POREWATER EXCHANGE IN A SANDY CONTINENTAL SHELF SEDIMENT

Savidge, W. B., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, william.savidge@skio.uga.edu; Wilson, A. M., University of South Carolina, USA, awilson@geol.sc.edu; Woodward, G. L., University of South Carolina, USA, woodwagl@email.sc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14484 | Poster ID 2200

MICROBIAL OXIDATION OF ETHANE WITHIN SEEP SEDIMENT AT COAL OIL POINT, SANTA BARBARA, CA

Mendes, S. D., UC Santa Barbara, USA, smendes@umail.ucsb.edu; Duncombe, R., UC Santa Barbara, USA, smendes@umail.ucsb.edu; Valentine, D. L., UC Santa Barbara, USA, smendes@umail.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14629 | Poster ID 2201

BIOGEOCHEMISTRY IN PERMEABLE SANDY SEDIMENTS OF ULTRA HIGH-ENERGY TIDAL BEACHES: DIC AND CO2 RELEASE ALONG THE SUBTERRANEAN ESTUARY

Charbonnier, C., University of Bordeaux - UMR EPOC, France, c.charbonnier@epoc.u-bordeaux1.fr; Anschutz, P., University of Bordeaux - UMR EPOC, France, ; Abril, G., University of Bordeaux - UMR EPOC, France, ; Deirmendjian, L., University of Bordeaux - UMR EPOC, France, ; Lecroart, P., University of Bordeaux - UMR EPOC, France, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17019 | Poster ID 2202

HYDRODYNAMIC AND CHEMICAL CONTROLS ON MICROBIAL MAT GROWTH IN SANDY COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS

mariotti, g., MIT, USA, giulio.mariotti@gmail.com; Perron, J. T., MIT, USA, perron@mit.edu; Gao, Y., USTC, China, pb21731@mail.ustc.edu.cn; Klepac-Ceraj, V., Wellesley College, USA, vanjakle@gmail.com; Bosak, T., MIT, USA, tbosak@mit.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17703 | Poster ID 2203

BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF PERMEABLE STREAMBED SEDIMENTS

Vink, S., University of Queensland, Australia, s.vink@uq.edu.au; Kerr, J., University of Queensland, Australia, j.kerr@uq.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17865 | Poster ID 2204

MICROPHYTOBENTHIC PRIMARY PRODUCERS IN CALCAREOUS SANDS: PATTERNS IN ABUNDANCE

Hannides, A. K., University of Hawaii, USA, hannides@hawaii.edu; Glazer, B. T., University of Hawaii, USA, glazer@hawaii.edu; Sansone, F. J., University of Hawaii, USA, sansone@soest.hawaii.edu;

105 - Real-Time Data, Technology, and Engineering for Ocean Science Education and Outreach

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13355 | Poster ID 1725

“ADOPT A FLOAT”: AN INITIATIVE DESIGNED FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS TO FOLLOW THE VOYAGE OF A BIO-ARGO PROFILING FLOAT AND SHARE EXPERIENCES WITH OCEANOGRAPHERS

Uitz, J., Laboratoire d'Oceanographie de Villefranche - CNRS/UPMC, France, julia.uitz@obs-vlfr.fr; Scheurle, C., Laboratoire d'Oceanographie de Villefranche - CNRS/UPMC, France, carolyn.scheurle@obs-vlfr.fr; Lavigne, H., Laboratoire d'Oceanographie de Villefranche - CNRS/UPMC, France, lavigne@obs-vlfr.fr; de Fommervault, O., Laboratoire d'Oceanographie de Villefranche - CNRS/UPMC, France, orens.de-fommervault@obs-vlfr.fr; Sauzede, R., Laboratoire d'Oceanographie de Villefranche - CNRS/UPMC, France, sauzede@obs-vlfr.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13368 | Poster ID 1726

VOYAGE OF A PROFILING FLOAT: A SCIENTIFIC ADVENTURE TOLD TO YOUNG PEOPLE

Pasqueron de Fommervault, O., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, ACRI-ST, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, orens.de-fommervault@obs-vlfr.fr; Sauzède, R., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, sauzede@obs-vlfr.fr; Scheurle, C., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, scheurle@obs-vlfr.fr; Claustre, H., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, claustre@obs-vlfr.fr; D'Ortenzio, F., Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS, UPMC, UMR7093, Villefranche-Sur-Mer, France, France, dortenzio@obs-vlfr.fr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13392 | Poster ID 1727

THE SAILBUOY EXPERIMENT

Wienders, N., Florida State University, USA, wienders@fsu.edu; Hole, L. R., Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway, lrh@met.no; Ippolito, T., Florida State University, USA, tracy@deep-c.org; Field, M., Florida State University, USA, mfield@coaps.fsu.edu; Peddie, D., Florida State University, USA, david.peddie@cmr.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-sailbuoy-experiment.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13728 | Poster ID 1728

SENSE IT: STUDENT-CREATED WATER QUALITY SENSORS

Hotaling, L. A., Eidos Education, USA, lieslhotaling@yahoo.com;

ePoster Link: http://senseit.org

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14030 | Poster ID 1729

USING REAL-TIME DATA IN THE CLASSROOM WITH THE PACIFIC ISLANDS OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM (PACIOOS) VOYAGER

Iwamoto, M. M., Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS), USA, melissa.iwamoto@hawaii.edu; Maurer, J., Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS), USA, jmaurer@hawaii.edu; Brown, D., University of Hawaii Maui College, USA, donnabro@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://pacioos.org

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14371 | Poster ID 1730

A USER-FRIENDLY APPROACH TO VISUALIZE DATA RELATING “SCIENCE” AND “OUTREACH”

Poteau, A., Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, UPMC & CNRS, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer , France, poteau@obs-vlfr.fr; Claustre, H., Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, UPMC & CNRS, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer , France, claustre@obs-vlfr.fr; Schmechtig, C., Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, UPMC & CNRS, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer , France, schmechtig@obs-vlfr.fr; Scheurle, C., Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, UPMC & CNRS, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer , France, scheurle@obs-vlfr.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.oao.obs-vlfr.fr/carto/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14465 | Poster ID 1756

LOW POWER MULTI-FREQUENCY SONAR FOR NEAR REAL TIME LONG-TERM OBSERVATIONS OF VOLUME BACKSCATTER

Lemon, D. D., ASL Environmental Sciences Inc., Canada, dlemon@aslenv.com; Dewey, R. K., University of Victoria, Canada, rdewey@uvic.ca; Clarke, M. R., ASL Environmental Sciences Inc , Canada, mclarke@aslenv.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14866 | Poster ID 1757

USING ELEMENTARY BASIC OBSERVATION BUOYS (EBOBS) AND REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLES FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS (ROVES) TO SPARK 3RD – 5TH GRADE INTERESTS IN STEM

Bliss, A. C., UGA Marine Extension Service & COSEE SE, USA, acbliss@uga.edu; Bell, E. V., SC Sea Grant Consortium & COSEE SE, USA, ; Thomas, C., NC State University & COSEE SE, USA, ; Spence, L. L., COSEE SE, USA, ; Hathaway, T. K., NC Sea Grant & COSEE SE, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15134 | Poster ID 1758

“MON OCÉAN & MOI” – AN OUTREACH CONCEPT PARTICULARLY DEDICATED TO THE YOUTH.

Scheurle, C., CNRS and UPMC Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche / LOV, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, scheurle@obs-vlfr.fr; Claustre, H., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, claustre@obs-vlfr.fr; Uitz, J., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, uitz@obs-vlfr.fr; Sciandra, A., CNRS and UPMC Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, sciandra@obs-vlfr.fr; team, M., CNRS and UPMC Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche / LOV, 06230 Villefranche-sur-mer, France, contact@monoceanetmoi.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.monoceanetmoi.com/web/index.php/en/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15338 | Poster ID 1759

CONNECTING OCEAN SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM

Goodwin, M. H., Laing Middle School of Science & Technology, USA, mgoodwi8@bellsouth.net; McCormick, A., Laing Middle School of Science & Technology, USA, ann_mccormick@charleston.k12.sc.us; Sheek, R., Laing Middle School of Science & Technology, USA, robin_sheek@charleston.k12.sc.us;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15695 | Poster ID 1760

A REAL-TIME DRIFTER TRAJECTORY FORECAST TOOL FOR EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

Chao, Y., UCLA, USA, ; Zhang, H., UCLA, USA, ; Farrara, J., UCLA, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.cencoos.org/sections/models/roms/ca/drifter/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16101 | Poster ID 1761

THE OOI EDUCATION AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT TEAM: REAL-TIME OCEAN DATA COMING SOON TO AN UNDERGRADUATE CLASSROOM NEAR YOU

Crowley, M. F., Rutgers University, USA, crowley@marine.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S. M., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu; McDonnell, J., Rutgers University, USA, mcdonnel@marine.rutgers.edu; Lichtenwalner, C. S., Rutgers University, USA, sage@marine.rutgers.edu; deCharon, A., University of Maine, USA, annette.decharon@maine.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16114 | Poster ID 1762

RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN THE ANTARCTIC: SCIENTISTS SHARE THEIR RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN REAL-TIME WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

Kohut, J. T., Rutgers University, USA, kohut@marine.rutgers.edu; Lichtenwalner, C. S., Rutgers University, USA, sage@marine.rutgrs.edu; Florio, K., Liberty Science Center, USA, kflorio@lsc.org; Gardner, K., Liberty Science Center, USA, kgardner@lsc.org; Linder, C., Chris Linder Photography, USA, chris@chrislinder.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16306 | Poster ID 1763

EDUCATIONAL VISUALIZATION: SUPPORTING STUDENT KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT WITH ONLINE INTERACTIVE OCEAN DATA TOOLS

Lichtenwalner, C. S., Rutgers University, USA, sage@marine.rutgers.edu; McDonnell, J., Rutgers University, USA, mcdonnel@marine.rutgers.edu; Mills, M., Rutgers University, USA, mmills@marine.rutgers.edu; Crowley, M. F., Rutgers University, USA, crowley@marine.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S. M., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16821 | Poster ID 1764

DEVELOPING A RANGE OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION LEARNING TOOLS

Schofield, O. M., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Richter, K., Rutgers University, USA, krichter@eden.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S. M., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu; McDonnell, J., Rutgers University, USA, mcdonnel@marine.rutgers.edu;

ePoster Link: http://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17364 | Poster ID 1765

OCEAN NETWORKS CANADA: USING REAL-TIME DATA IN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES TO BRING OCEAN SCIENCE TO STUDENTS

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17469 | Poster ID 1766

ANALYZING OCEAN TRACKS: A MODEL FOR STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN AUTHENTIC SCIENTIFIC PRACTICES USING DATA

Kochevar, R. E., Stanford University, USA, kochevar@stanford.edu; Krumhansl, R., Education Development Centre, USA, rkrumhansl@edc.org; Brown, C., Education Development Centre, USA, CVBrown@edc.org; Krumhansl, K., Education Development Centre, USA, KKrumhansl@edc.org; Block, B. A., Stanford University, USA, bblock@stanford.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/analyzing-ocean-tracks-a-model-for-student-engagement-in-authentic-scientific-practices-using-data.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17555 | Poster ID 1767

DEVELOPING ONLINE TOOLS TO SUPPORT THE VISUALIZATION OF OCEAN DATA FOR EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS

Mills, M. P., Rutgers University, USA, mmills@marine.rutgers.edu; Lichtenwalner, C. S., Rutgers University, USA, sage@marine.rutgers.edu; McDonnell, J., Rutgers University, USA, mcdonnel@marine.rutgers.edu; Crowley, M., , , crowley@marine.rutgers.edu; Glen, S., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17928 | Poster ID 1769

USING ONLINE DATA AS A TOOL FOR BUILDING STUDENT-LED INQUIRY AND HYPOTHESIS DRIVEN RESEARCH INTO UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE COURSES

Apple, J. K., Western Washington University, USA, jude.apple@wwu.edu; Casper, N. J., Western Washington University, USA, nicolejcasper@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18128 | Poster ID 1770

IMPROVING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF MUSEUM VISITORS: EXAMINING DIFFERENT TYPES OF EXPERIENCE IN THE GENOME: UNLOCKING LIFE’S CODE EXHIBIT

Gil Acevedo, J., Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History, Puerto Rico, jennygil2012@gmail.com; Watson, B., Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History, USA, billwatson3@gmail.com; Phelps, P., , , ;

ePoster Link: http://www.mnh.si.edu/NHRE/NHRE-past-projects/recorddetails.cfm?x=2013-Gil

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13080 | Poster ID 3089

LINKING SECONDARY STRUCTURE OF INDIVIDUAL SIZE DISTRIBUTION WITH NONLINEAR SIZE-TROPHIC LEVEL RELATIONSHIP IN FOOD WEBS

Chang, C. W., TIGP-Earth System Science Program, Academia Sinica and National Central University, Taiwan ROC, picachueco@gmail.com; Miki, T., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Japan, ; Shiah, F. K., Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, ; Sastri, A. R., Department of Biological Sciences, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, ; Hsieh, C. H., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13081 | Poster ID 3090

PLANKTONIC BIOMASS SIZE SPECTRA: AN EMERGENT PROPERTY OF SIZE-DEPENDENT PHYSIOLOGICAL RATES, FOOD WEB DYNAMICS, AND NUTRIENT REGIMES

Taniguchi, D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, darcy.taniguchi@gmail.com; Franks, P., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, pfranks@ucsd.edu; Poulin, F. J., University of Waterloo, Canada, fpoulin@uwaterloo.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/planktonic-size-spectra-an-emergent-property-of-physiological-rates-food-web-dynamics-and-nutrient.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13789 | Poster ID 3091

VALIDATING THE NEMO-ERSEM GLOBAL OCEAN MODEL USING MAREDAT AND WOD DATASETS WITHIN THE IMARNET FRAMEWORK

de Mora, L., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, ledm@pml.ac.uk; Butenschön, M., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, momm@pml.ac.uk; Allen, J. I., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, , jia@pml.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13953 | Poster ID 3092

MULTI-SENSOR PHYTOPLANKTON FUNCTIONAL TYPES FROM SPACE: TOWARDS A GLOBAL CLIMATE DATA RECORD

Kostadinov, T. S., University of Richmond, USA, tkostadi@richmond.edu; Milutinovic, S., University of Pennsylvannia, USA, svemi@sas.upenn.edu; Hirata, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, tahi@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; Marinov, I., University of Pennsylvannia, USA, imarinov@sas.upenn.edu; Maritorena, S., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, stephane@eri.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14049 | Poster ID 3093

PREDATOR AND PREY SIZE DIVERSITY EFFECTS ON BIOMASS TRANSFER EFFICIENCY IN PLANKTONIC ECOSYSTEMS

Garcia-Comas, C., Japan Agency for Marine-Science and Technology, Japan, carmencomas@gmail.com; Sastri, A. R., University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada, sastriakash@gmail.com; Ye, L., the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, yelin@ihb.ac.cn; Gong, G. C., Taiwan Ocean Research Institute, Taiwan ROC, gwoching.gong@gmail.com; Hsieh, C. h., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, chsieh@ntu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14134 | Poster ID 3094

THE LATITUDINAL GRADIENT OF DIVERSITY DOES NOT APPLY TO PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

Rodríguez-Ramos, T., University of Vigo, Spain, tamara@uvigo.es; Marañón, E., University of Vigo, Spain, em@uvigo.es; Cermeño, P., Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Spain, pedrocermeno@icm.csic.es;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/the-latitudinal-gradient-of-diversity-does-not-apply-to-phytoplankton-in-the-atlantic-ocean

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14217 | Poster ID 3095

A CONTINUUM SIZE SPECTRUM MODEL FOR MARINE PLANKTON

Zhou, M., University of Massachusetts Boston/MIO, AMU/IOO, SJTU, USA, meng.zhou@umb.edu; Zhu, Y., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, yiwu.zhu@umb.edu; Quéguiner, B., Université d'Aix-Marseille/Institut Mediterraneen d'Oceanographie, France, bqueguiner@free.fr; Carlotti, F., Université d'Aix-Marseille/Institut Mediterraneen d'Oceanographie, France, Francois.Carlotti@univ-amu.fr; Zhang, Y., Shanghai Jiao Tong University/Institute of Oceanology, China, zhang.yusjtu@sjtu.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14236 | Poster ID 3096

ESTIMATING THE RESPONSE OF NORTH ATLANTIC PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Barton, A. D., Duke University, USA, andrew.barton@duke.edu; Irwin, A. J., Mount Allison University, Canada, airwin@mta.ca; Finkel, Z. V., Mount Allison University, Canada, zfinkel@mta.ca; Stock, C. A., NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, USA, charles.stock@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16046 | Poster ID 3097

FUTURE CHANGES IN PLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND EFFECTS ON EXPORT PRODUCTION

Laufkoetter, C., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, charlotte.laufkoetter@env.ethz.ch; Vogt, M., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, meike.vogt@env.ethz.ch; Gruber, N., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16047 | Poster ID 3098

HIGH SENSITIVITY OF COCCOLITHOPHORE DIVERSITY TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

O'Brien, C. J., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, colleen.obrien@env.ethz.ch; Vogt, M., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, meike.vogt@env.ethz.ch; Gruber, N., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17392 | Poster ID 3099

PAN-ARCTIC PREDICTION OF COPEPOD ABUNDANCE THROUGH CONSOLIDATION OF DATA SOURCES

Rutzen, I., University of Alaska/School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, USA, irutzen@alaska.edu; Hopcroft, R. R., University of Alaska/School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, USA, rrhopcroft@alaska.edu; Huettmann, F., University of Alaska/Institute of Arctic Biology, USA, fhuettmann@alaska.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17615 | Poster ID 3100

OCEAN-SCALE PATTERNS IN COMMUNITY RESPIRATION RATES ALONG CONTINUOUS TRANSECTS ACROSS THE PACIFIC OCEAN

Wilson, J. M., University of California, Merced, USA, jwilson34@ucmerced.edu; Severson, R. J., University of California, Merced, USA, rodney.j.severson@gmail.com; Beman, J. M., University of California, Merced, USA, mbeman@ucmerced.edu;

110 - The use of noble gases and other transient tracers to study fluid transport in the oceans and at their boundaries

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13751 | Poster ID 429

RECENT CHANGES IN THE VENTILATION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA CONSTRAINED BY CFCS, SF6, TRITIUM AND HE-3 DATA.

Tanhua, T., GEOMAR, Germany, ttanhua@geomar.de; Stöven, T., GEOMAR, Germany, tstoeven@geomar.de; Schneider, A., GEOMAR, Germany, aschneider@geomar.de; Roether, W., University Bremen, Germany, wroether@physik.uni-bremen.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13842 | Poster ID 430

TRITIUM IN THE OCEAN OFF THE COAST OF JAPAN AFTER THE FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI NUCLEAR DISASTER

Tomonaga, Y., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, tomonaga@eawag.ch; Takahata, N., The University of Tokyo, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute (AORI), Japan, ; Obata, H., The University of Tokyo, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute (AORI), Japan, ; Gamo, T., The University of Tokyo, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute (AORI), Japan, ; Sano, Y., The University of Tokyo, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute (AORI), Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14231 | Poster ID 431

UPWELLING VELOCITIES INFERRED FROM HELIUM ISOTOPE DISEQUILIBRIUM

Steinfeldt, R., University of Bremen, Germany, rsteinf@physik.uni-bremen.de; Sültenfuß, J., University of Bremen, Germany, suelten@uni-bremen.de; Dengler, M., GEOMAR Kiel, Germany, mdengler@geomar.de; Fischer, T., GEOMAR Kiel, Germany, tfischer@geomar.de; Rhein, M., University of Bremen, Germany, mrhein@physik.uni-bremen.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14632 | Poster ID 432

ATTENUATION OF (NOBLE) GAS TRANSPORT IN LAMINATED SEDIMENTS OF THE STOCKHOLM ARCHIPELAGO, BALTIC SEA

Yama, T., Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Dep. Water Resources and Drinking Water, Switzerland, yama.tomonaga@eawag.ch; Matthias, B. S., Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Dep. Water Resources and Drinking Water, Switzerland, matthias.brennwald@eawag.ch; Rolf, K., Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Dep. Water Resources and Drinking Water, Switzerland, kipfer@eawag.ch;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14962 | Poster ID 433

DETERMINING OXYGEN UTILIZATION RATES IN THE EASTERN SUBTROPICAL NORTH ATLANTIC MAIN THERMOCLINE USING AN AGE TRACER HYBRID INVERSE MODEL

Jenkins, W. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, wjenkins@whoi.edu; Doney, S. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sdoney@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15888 | Poster ID 434

A COMMON GAS STANDARD FOR THE NOBLE GAS COMMUNITY?

Brennwald, M. S., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology , Switzerland, matthias.brennwald@eawag.ch; Vogel, N., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology , Switzerland, nadia.vogel@eawag.ch; Vollmer, M. K., Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland, martin.vollmer@empa.ch; Sültenfuß, J., University of Bremen, Germany, suelten@uni-bremen.de; Kipfer, R., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology , Switzerland, rolf.kipfer@eawag.ch;

ePoster Link: http://homepages.eawag.ch/~brennmat/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15973 | Poster ID 437

NOBLE GASES IN THE SEDIMENT PORE WATER AS INDICATORS FOR SEDIMENTOLOGICAL BOUNDARIES AND PAST PHYSICAL CONDITIONS IN THE BLACK SEA

Figura, S., Eawag - Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, simon.figura@eawag.ch; Tomonaga, Y., Eawag - Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, yama.tomonaga@eawag.ch; North, R. P., Helmholtz Center for Materials and Coastal Research, Germany, ryan.north@hzg.de; Livingstone, D. M., Eawag - Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, living@eawag.ch; Kipfer, R., Eawag - Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, kipfer@eawag.ch;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16038 | Poster ID 438

SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF NOBLE GAS AND CH4 CONCENTRATIONS IN THE SEDIMENT POREWATER

Tyroller, L., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, lina.tyroller@eawag.ch; Tomonaga, Y., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, ; Brennwald, M. S., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, ; Kipfer, R., Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16303 | Poster ID 439

THE DISTRIBUTION OF PSF6 AGES AND WATER MASSES ALONG THE US GEOTRACES NORTH ATLANTIC SECTION

Smethie, W. M., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, bsmeth@ldeo.columbia.edu; Jenkins, W. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, wjenkins@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16502 | Poster ID 440

A PORTABLE MASS SPECTROMETER SYSTEM FOR SHIPBOARD MEASUREMENT OF NEON, ARGON, KRYPTON, AND XENON

Manning, C. C., MIT-WHOI Joint Program, USA, cmanning@whoi.edu; Stanley, R. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rstanley@whoi.edu; Lott, D. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dlott@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17145 | Poster ID 441

IDENTIFYING VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL MIXING IN GREEN BAY, LAKE MICHIGAN BY USE OF TWO NATURAL TRACERS- RADON-222 AND D218O

LaBuhn, S. L., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, sllabuhn@uwm.edu; Klump, J. V., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, jvklump@uwm.edu; Anderson, P. D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, pda@uwm.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/vertical-and-horizontal-mixing-in-green-bay-by-use-of-radon-222-and-d218o.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17631 | Poster ID 442

OXYGEN UTILIZATION RATES FROM TRANSIENT TRACERS VERSUS IN-SITU RESPIRATION RATES IN AN OGCM

Mecking, S., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, smecking@apl.washington.edu; Shao, A. E., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, ashao@apl.washington.edu; Sonnerup, R. E., University of Washington, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and the Ocean, USA, rolf@u.washington.edu; Thompson, L., University of Washington, School of Oceanography, USA, luanne@u.washington.edu;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13140 | Poster ID 511

VARIABILITY OF WATER-MASS MIXING AND CIRCULATION IN THE TAIWAN STRAIT ELUCIDATED FROM RADIUM ISOTOPES

Hsu, F., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, d00241006@ntu.edu.tw; Huh, C., Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, huh@earth.sinica.edu.tw; Chen, W., State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China, xmchenwf@gmail.com; Gao, A., College of Ocean and Earth Sciences, Xiamen University, China, aggao@xmu.edu.cn; Su, C., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, donccsu@ntu.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13478 | Poster ID 587

INVENTORY OF THE FUKUSHIMA-DRIVED RADIOCESIUM IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC ABOUT TEN MONTHS AFTER THE DISASTER

Kumamoto, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, kumamoto@jamstec.go.jp; Aoyama, M., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, maoyama@mri-jma.go.jp; Hamajima, Y., Kanazawa University, Japan, hamajima@se.kanazawa-u.ac.jp; Murata, A., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, murataa@jamstec.go.jp; Kawano, T., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, kawanot@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13717 | Poster ID 588

PU ISOTOPE IN WATER COLUMN OF THE SULU SEA

Yamada, M., Hirosaki University, Japan, myamada@cc.hirosaki-u.ac.jp; Zheng, J., National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Japan, jzheng@nirs.go.jp; Aono, T., National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Japan, t_aono@nirs.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13777 | Poster ID 589

CONCENTRATIONS AND FLUXES OF DISSOLVED URANIUM IN THE YELLOW RIVER ESTUARY: SEASONAL VARIATION AND ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACT

Sui, J., Ocean University of China, China, sjuanjuan1206@126.com; Jiang, X., Ocean University of China, China, jeanjxy@ouc.edu.cn; Xu, B., Ocean University of China, China, xubc@ouc.edu.cn; Xia, D., Ocean University of China, China, xiadongsterlet@126.com; Yu, Z., Ocean University of China, China, zhigangyu@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14068 | Poster ID 590

DETERMINATION OF FLOW RATE AND WATER MIXING IN THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC MARGINAL SEAS USING RADIUM TRACERS

Lee, H., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, generalhojun@naver.com; Kim, J., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, e927913@gmail.com; Kim, G., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, gkim@snu.ac.kr;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14612 | Poster ID 591

SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF CS-134 AS A TRACER OF FUKUSHIMA-DERIVED RADIOCESIUM IN THE COASTAL WATERS OF THE EAST JAPAN

Takata, H., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, takata@kaiseiken.or.jp; Kusakabe, M., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, kusakabe@kaiseiken.or.jp; Oikawa, S., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, oikawa@kaiseiken.or.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14618 | Poster ID 592

DISTRIBUTIONS OF PU ISOTOPES AND AM-241 IN THE WATERS OFF NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS THROUGHOUT JAPAN BEFORE AND SOON AFTER THE FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT

Oikawa, S., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, oikawa@kaiseiken.or.jp; Takata, H., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, takata@kaiseiken.or.jp; Watabe, T., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, watabe@kaiseiken.or.jp; Kusakabe, M., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, kusakabe@kaiseiken.or.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/distribution-of-pu-isotopes-and-am-241-in-the-waters-off-nuclear-power-plants-throughout-japan.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14688 | Poster ID 593

USING MULTI-RADIOTRACER TECHNIQUE TO EVALUATE MOBILE-MUD DYNAMICS IN LARGE-RIVER DELTA-FRONT ESTAURIES (LDE): AN EXAMPLE FROM THE INNER COAST OF EAST CHINA SEA

Xu, B., Ocean University of China, China, xubc@ouc.edu.cn; Yu, Z., Ocean University of China, China, zhigangyu@ouc.edu.cn; Bianchi, T. S., University of Florida, USA, tbianchi@ufl.edu; Dimova, N. T., University of Alabama, USA, ntdimova@as.ua.edu; Chen, H., Ocean University of China, China, chenht@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14902 | Poster ID 594

ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION AND DISTRIBUTION OF PU IN NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA SEDIMENTS REVEALED CONTINUOUS RELEASE AND TRANSPORT OF PU FROM THE MARSHALL ISLANDS

Wu, J. W., Xiamen University, China, jwwu@stu.xmu.edu.cn; Zheng, J., National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Japan, jzheng@nirs.go.jp; Dai, M. H., Xiamen University, China, mdai@xmu.edu.cn; Huh, C. A., Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, huh@earth.sinica.edu.tw; Chen, W. F., Xiamen University, China, chenwf@xmu.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15026 | Poster ID 595

CONSTRAINING INVENTORY ESTIMATES AND THE FATE OF CESIUM IN OCEAN SEDIMENTS OFF FUKUSHIMA USING DETAILED ISOTOPE PROFILES AND MIXING RATES

Black, E., MIT-WHOI Joint Program, USA, eblack@mit.edu; Buesseler, K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, kbuesseler@whoi.edu; Pike, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, spike@whoi.edu; Nishikawa, J., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute of the University of Tokyo, Japan, jn@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Kanda, J., Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, jkanda@kaiyodai.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15136 | Poster ID 596

CARBON ISOTOPES IN THE COMMUNITY EARTH SYSTEM MODEL

Jahn, A., NCAR, USA, ajahn@ucar.edu; Kindsay, K., NCAR, USA, klindsay@ucar.edu; Otto-Bliesner, B. L., NCAR, USA, ottobli@ucar.edu; Brady, E. C., NCAR, USA, brady@ucar.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15191 | Poster ID 597

ADSORPTION AND FRACTIONATION OF THORIUM AND PROTACTINIUM ON NANOPARTICLES IN SEAWATER

Guo, L. D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, guol@uwm.edu; Lin, P., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, ; Chen, M., Xiamen University, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15307 | Poster ID 598

EVOLUTION OF CS-137, CS-134 AND SR-90 IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN DERIVED FROM THE FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI NUCLEAR ACCIDENT

Masqué, P., Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, pere.masque@uab.cat; Casacuberta, N., ETH-Zurich, Switzerland, ncasacuberta@phys.ethz.ch; Pike, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, spike@whoi.edu; Castrillejo, M., Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, mcastrillejo.sci@gmail.com; Buesseler, K. O., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Spain, kbuesseler@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15743 | Poster ID 599

DISTRIBUTIONS OF FUKUSHIMA-DERIVED RADIONUCLIDES IN SEDIMENTS: A SUMMARY OF THREE-YEAR MONITORING IN THE WATERS OFF FUKUSHIMA AND NEARBY PREFECTURES, JAPAN

Kusakabe, M., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, kusakabe@kaiseiken.or.jp; Takata, H., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, ; Oikawa, S., Marine Ecology Research Institute, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15989 | Poster ID 600

UNDERSTANDING THE SEAFLOOR DEFORMATION BY THE TOHOKU EARTHQUAKE USING RADIONUCLIDES

Zhang, J., Univ. Toyama, Japan, jzhang@sci.u-toyama.ac.jp; Kambayashi, S., Univ. Toyama, Japan, m1341506@ems.u-toyama.ac.jp; Takeuchi, A., Univ. Toyama, Japan, takeuchi@sci.u-toyama.ac.jp; Horikawa, K., Univ. Toyama, Japan, horikawa@sci.u-toyama.ac.jp; Hirokami, K., Univ. Toyama, Japan, wondering3333@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16353 | Poster ID 601

ESTIMATING IRON SCAVENGING RATES FROM 234TH AND 238U OBSERVATIONS

Rogan, N., University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom, n.rogan@liv.ac.uk; Achterberg, E. P., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, Germany, ; Le Moigne, F., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton,, United Kingdom, ; Tagliabue, A., University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, United Kingdom, ; Williams, R. G., University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, United Kingdom, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17704 | Poster ID 602

TEMPORAL VARIATION IN SCAVENGING OF 230, 234TH AND 231PA AT THE BERMUDA RISE

Fitzgerald, P. C., Stony Brook University, USA, patrick.fitzgerald@stonybrook.edu; Cochran, J. K., Stony Brook University, USA, kirk.cochran@stonybrook.edu; Guihou, A., CEREGE, France, guihou@cerege.fr;

118 - Extreme oceanographic events: windows to the climate future?

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13470 | Poster ID 1332

DIAGNOSING THE WARMING OF THE NORTHEASTERN U.S. COASTAL OCEAN IN 2012: INTEGRATED DATA ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL MODELING

Chen, K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kchen@whoi.edu; Gawarkiewicz, G., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kchen@whoi.edu; Lentz, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kchen@whoi.edu; Bane, J., University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, USA, bane@unc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13640 | Poster ID 1333

THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF INCREASING MAGNITUDE AND FREQUENCY OF EXTREME EVENTS ON CORAL POPULATIONS

Fabina, N. S., University of California, Davis, USA, nsfabina@ucdavis.edu; Baskett, M. L., University of California, Davis, USA, mlbaskett@ucdavis.edu; Gross, K. R., North Carolina State University, USA, krgross@ncsu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-differential-effects-of-increasing-magnitude-and-frequency-of-extreme-events-on-coral.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13908 | Poster ID 1334

CHICXULUB EJECTA IMPACT TRENCHES AND TERMINAL IMPACT

Page, R. L., Kansas State University, USA, bob2yacht@gmail.com; Pumphrey, J., , USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/chicxulub-ejecta-trenches-breakup

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13943 | Poster ID 1387

ANALYSIS OF EXTREME WAVE AND TEMPERATURE EVENTS IN MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA

Lindeman, M. R., Bowdoin College, USA, mlindema@bowdoin.edu; Hench, J. L., Duke University, USA, jlh82@duke.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14356 | Poster ID 1388

PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS AND SHELF-SLOPE EXCHANGE DURING THE MILD WINTER OF 2012 OFF LONG BAY (SE US)

Nelson, J. R., University of Georgia, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, jim.nelson@skio.uga.edu; Edwards, C. R., University of Georgia, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, Catherine.Edwards@skio.uga.edu; Seim, H. E., Department of Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, hseim@email.unc.edu; Amft, J., University of Georgia, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, julie.amft@skio.uga.edu; Robertson, C. Y., University of Georgia, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, charles.robertson@skio.uga.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14383 | Poster ID 1389

THE FREQUENCY OF OCEAN HEAT WAVES OCCURRING IN THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC OCEANS

Scannell, H. A., University of Maine/Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, hillary.scannell@maine.edu; Pershing, A. J., University of Maine/Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, apershing@gmri.org; Mills, K. E., University of Maine/Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, kmills@gmri.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15417 | Poster ID 1390

EPISODIC ADVECTION OF DETRITAL REEF SEDIMENTS TO THE DEEP SARGASSO SEA: A TALE OF TWO HURRICANES

Conte, M. H., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, mconte@mbl.edu; Weber, J. C., Marine Biological Lab/Ecosystems Center, USA, jweber@mbl.edu; Koweek, D., Marine Biological Lab/Ecosystems Center, USA, david.koweek@gmail.com; Dickey, T. M., UCSD, USA, tddic@uxc.isc.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16027 | Poster ID 1391

DYNAMICS AND IMPACTS OF THE EXTREME DROPS IN THE ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION OBSERVED BY THE 26ºN MONITORING ARRAY

McCarthy, G. D., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, gerard.mccarthy@noc.ac.uk; Blaker, A. T., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ; Ezer, T., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Cunningham, S. A., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, ; Smeed, D. A., National Oceanography Centre, , ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16694 | Poster ID 1392

RECENT EXTREME EVENTS IN THE AMERICAN LOBSTER FISHERY: CRISES INDUCED BY A CHANGING GLOBAL CLIMATE AND ECONOMY

Wahle, R. A., University of Maine, USA, richard.wahle@maine.edu; Pershing, A. J., University of Maine/Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, andrew.pershing@maine.edu; Mills, K. E., Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, kmills@gmri.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16765 | Poster ID 1393

IMPACT OF THE 2012 OCEAN HEAT WAVE ON FISH AND FISHERIES IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC

Pershing, A. J., Gulf of Maine Research Institute/University of Maine, USA, apershing@gmri.org; Mills, K. E., University of Maine/Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, kmills@gmri.org; Chen, Y., University of Maine, USA, ychen@maine.edu; Thomas, A. C., University of Maine, USA, Thomas@maine.edu; Wahle, R. A., University of Maine, USA, richard.wahle@maine.edu;

ePoster Link: http://WWW.SEASCAPEMODELING.ORG

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17428 | Poster ID 1394

SATELLITE VIEWS OF EXTREME CHLOROPHYLL EVENTS IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT

Thomas, A., University of Maine, USA, thomas@maine.edu; Mendelssohn, R., NOAA NMFS, USA, roy.mendelssohn@noaa.gov; Weatherbee, R., University of Maine, USA, ryan.weatherbee@umit.maine.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18082 | Poster ID 1395

TOO HOT ALREADY: CORAL BLEACHING NOW AND IN THE FUTURE

Eakin, C. M., NOAA-Coral Reef Watch, USA, mark.eakin@noaa.gov; Heron, S. F., NOAA-Coral Reef Watch, Australia, Scott.Heron@noaa.gov; Logan, C. A., California State Unv-Monterey Bay, USA, clogan@csumb.edu; Liu, G., NOAA-Coral Reef Watch, USA, gang.liu@noaa.gov; Skirving, W. J., NOAA-Coral Reef Watch, Australia, william.skirving@noaa.gov;

120 - Integrative Taxonomy of Marine Animals: Progress, Prospects and Pitfalls

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13263 | Poster ID 3202

THE COMBINATION OF MORPHOLOGICAL AND GENETIC DATA SHEDS LIGHT ON DECADE-OLD TAXONOMIC MYSTERIES IN CNIDARIAN SIPHONOPHORES.

Grossmann, M. M., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, grossmann.mary@gmail.com; Lindsay, D. J., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, dhugal@jamstec.go.jp; Collins, A. G., Smithsonian Institute, USA, COLLINSA@si.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13433 | Poster ID 3203

STRUCTURAL AND MICROBIAL ASPECTS OF A SPECIALIZED SPONGE SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN PLAKORTIS AND XESTOSPONGIA FROM CRYPTIC HABITATS OF THE CARIBBEAN

Vicente, J., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, vicentejan@gmail.com; Zea, S., Centro de Estudios en Ciencias del Mar, Colombia, sezeas@unal.edu.co; Blasiak, L., University of Marland Center for Environmental Science, USA, lblasiak@umces.edu; Hill, R. T., University of Marland Center for Environmental Science, , hill@umces.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13530 | Poster ID 3204

INTEGRATIVE TAXONOMY IN PLANKTONIC, GELATINOUS MARINE ANIMALS

Lindsay, D. J., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, dhugal@jamstec.go.jp; Grossmann, M. M., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, grossmann.mary@gmail.com; Collins, A. G., Smithsonian Institution, USA, COLLINSA@si.edu; Nishikawa, J., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, jn@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Kirby, R. R., Plymouth University, United Kingdom, richard.kirby@plymouth.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13633 | Poster ID 3205

COMBINING GENETICS, MORPHOLOGY, AND NICHE MODELING TO REVEAL THE EVOLUTION OF OCTOCORALS OF THE DEEP GULF OF MEXICO

Quattrini, A. M., Temple University, USA, andrea.quattrini@temple.edu; Georgian, S. E., Temple University, USA, georgian@temple.edu; Cordes, E. E., Temple University, USA, ecordes@temple.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14241 | Poster ID 3206

RECONCILING MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY WITH MORPHOLOGICAL TAXONOMY IN AN UNDER-APPRECIATED TAXON—LIVING CRINOIDEA (ECHINODERMATA)

Messing, C. G., Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center, USA, messingc@nova.edu; Summers, M., Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, msummers@ucsd.edu; Taylor, K. H., Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center, USA, tkristia@nova.edu; Rouse, G. W., Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, grouse@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14681 | Poster ID 3207

METAZOAN COMMUNITIES IN HYDROTHERMAL VENTS SEDIMENTS: A CASE STUDY ON DEEP-SEA METAGENETICS

Sinniger, F. A., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, fredsinniger@jamstec.go.jp; Yamamoto, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, kyama@jamstec.go.jp; Harii, S., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, sharii@lab.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Oshima, K., University of Tokyo, Japan, oshima@cb.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Takami, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, , takamih@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16030 | Poster ID 3208

GLOBAL BIOGEOGRAPHY AND EVOLUTION OF HOLOPLANKTONIC CUVIERINA PTEROPODS (MOLLUSCA, GASTROPODA)

Burridge, A. K., Naturalis Biodiversity Center / IBED, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, akburridge@yahoo.co.uk; Goetze, E., Department of Oceanography, SOEST, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, egoetze@hawaii.edu; Raes, N., Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Netherlands, Niels.Raes@naturalis.nl; Huisman, J., IBED, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, J.Huisman@uva.nl; Peijnenburg, K., Naturalis Biodiversity Center / IBED, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, K.T.C.A.Peijnenburg@uva.nl;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/global-biogeography-and-evolution-of-cuvierina-pteropods.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17268 | Poster ID 3209

MOLECULAR AND MORPHOLOGICAL SPECIES IDENTIFICATION OF MARINE PLANKTONIC COPEPODS USING NON-DESTRUCTIVE DNA EXTRACTION

Cornils, A., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, astrid.cornils@awi.de; Agrawal, S., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, shobhit.agrawal@awi.de; Held, C., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, christoph.held@awi.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17462 | Poster ID 3210

MORPHOLOGY, ECOLOGY, AND MOLECULAR TAXONOMY OF TWO SPECIES OF BATHOCHORDAEUS IN THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC: THE TAILS OF TWO LARVACEANS

Sherlock, R. E., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, robs@mbari.org; Walz, K. R., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, kwalz@mbari.org; Schlining, K. L., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, schlin@mbari.org; Robison, B. H., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, robr@mbari.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/morphology-ecology-and-molecular-taxonomy-of-two-species-of-bathochordaeus-in-the-northeast-pacific.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17625 | Poster ID 3211

TOWARD METAGENETIC ANALYSIS OF BIODIVERSITY OF ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES

Bucklin, A., University of Connecticut, USA, ann.bucklin@uconn.edu; Blanco-Bercial, L., University of Connecticu, USA, leocadio@uconn.edu; Wiebe, P. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, pwiebe@whoi.edu; Copley, N. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ncopley@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.bucklinlab.uconn.edu/bucklin.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17848 | Poster ID 3212

COMBINING MULTIPLE MOLECULAR AND MORPHOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO RESOLVE DIVERSITY AMONG GELATINOUS PLANKTON

Haddock, S. H., MBARI, USA, haddock@mbari.org ; Dámian-Serrano, A., Univ Católica de Valencia, Spain, antropoteuthis@me.com; Mills, C. E., Friday Harbor Labs, Univ of Washington, USA, cemills@uwashington.edu; Christianson, L. M., MBARI, USA, lynne@mbari.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18057 | Poster ID 3213

THE SYNTHETIC PHYLOGENY OF THE DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS: INTEGRATION OF TAXONOMY AND PHYLOGENIES

Bracken-Grissom, H., Florida International University, USA, hbracken@fiu.edu; Owen, C., George Washington University, USA, clowen@gwu.edu; Felder, D., University of Louisiana, USA, dlf4517@louisiana.edu; Crandall, K., George Washington University, USA, kcrandall@gwu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://cbi.gwu.edu

123 - The molecular chemistry and microbial biology of marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) composition and cycling

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125 - The many faces of the marine N cycle

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12975 | Poster ID 2273

A CASE STUDY OF NITRIFICATION AND NITRITE ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION IN A MAJOR GERMAN RIVER

Jacob, J., Helmholtz-Center Geesthacht, Germany, juliane.jacob@hzg.de; Dähnke, K., Helmholtz-Center Geesthacht, Germany, ; Sanders, T., Helmholtz-Center Geesthacht, Germany, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13756 | Poster ID 2274

UNRAVELLING THE FUNCTIONAL GENES OF THE N CYCLE IN THE EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN

Raes, E. J., University of Western Australia, Australia, eric.raes@uwa.edu.au; Bodrossy, L., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research and Wealth from Oceans national research flagship, Australia, Lev.Bodrossy@csiro.au; van de Kamp, J., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research and Wealth from Oceans national research flagship, Australia, Jodie.Van dekamp@csiro.au; Abell, G. C., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research and Wealth from Oceans national research flagship, Australia, Guy.Abell@csiro.au; Waite, A. M., University of Western Australia, Australia, anya.waite@uwa.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13797 | Poster ID 2275

NITRATE ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION IN THE KERGUELEN AREA (SOUTHERN OCEAN)

Dehairs, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, fdehairs@vub.ac.be; Trull, T., ACE-CRC & CSIRO, Australia, Tom.Trull@csiro.au ; Cavagna, A. J., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, acavagna@vub.ac.be; Planchon, F., IUEM - LEMAR, France, Frederic.Planchon@univ-brest.fr; Fripiat, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, ffripiat@ulb.ac.be;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13802 | Poster ID 2276

FIXED-NITROGEN AND ATMOSPHERIC N2 CONTRIBUTION TO BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTIVITY IN THE EASTERN ATLANTIC OCEAN

Fonseca Batista, D., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, dbatista8@hotmail.com; Roukaerts, A., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, Arnout.Roukaerts@vub.ac.be; Fripiat, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, ffripiat@ulb.ac.be; Dehairs, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, fdehairs@vub.ac.be;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13852 | Poster ID 2277

NITRATE RELEASE BY SALT MARSH PLANTS: AN OVERLOOKED NUTRIENT FLUX MECHANISM

Speights, C. J., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, Cori.Speights@tamucc.edu; Brown, L., Independent Contractor based at U.S. EPA, Newport, OR, USA, ; Estabrooks, T., Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, ; DeWitt, T. H., U.S. EPA Office of Research & Development, Newport, OR, USA, DeWitt.Ted@epa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13915 | Poster ID 2278

NITROGEN CYCLING IN SHALLOW COASTAL WATERS OFF PERU FROM NITRITE NITROGEN AND OXYGEN ISOTOPES

Hu, H., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, hhu@umassd.edu; Bourbonnais , A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, abourbonnais@umassd.edu; Larkum, J., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, jlarkum@umassd.edu; Bange, H. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, USA, hbange@geomar.de; Altabet, M. A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, maltabet@umassd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14391 | Poster ID 2279

NATURAL OCEAN NOURISHMENT IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

Huang, H., South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, , ; Chen, Z. Z., South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, , ; Jones , I. S., University of Sydney, , ian.s.f.jones@hotmail.com; Gong, X. Y., South China Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, , ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14506 | Poster ID 2280

EVIDENCE OF MASSIVE NITROGEN REMOVAL IN SEMI-CLOSED KOREAN BAY

LEE, J. S., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, leejs@kiost.ac; KIM, E., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ; AN, S., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ; KIM, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14696 | Poster ID 2281

HETEROTROPHIC BACTERIA AS A MAJOR NITROGEN-FIXER IN THE WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN DURING NORTHEAST MONSOON PERIOD

Shiozaki, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, shiozaki@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Ijichi, M., The University of Tokyo, Japan, ; Kodama, T., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, ; Takeda, S., Nagasaki University, Japan, ; Furuya, K., The University of Tokyo, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15160 | Poster ID 2393

NITROUS OXIDE PRODUCTION IN GREAT SIPPEWISSETT MARSH SEDIMENT

Ji, Q., Princeton University, USA, qji@princeton.edu; Babbin, A. R., Princeton University, USA, babbin@princeton.edu; Peng, X., Princeton University, USA, xpeng@princeton.edu; Angell, J., University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA, jhangell3@gmail.com; Kearns, P., University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA, lele123@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15399 | Poster ID 2394

HIGH-RESOLUTION PROFILES OF BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES IN THE COASTAL OCEAN

Blum, M., MBARI, USA, mblum@mbari.org; Friederich, G., MBARI, USA, frge@mbari.org; Dugdale, R. C., SFSU, USA, rdugdale@sfsu.edu; Chavez, F., MBARI, USA, chfr@mbari.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/high-resolution-profiles-of-biological-and-chemical-properties-in-the-coastal-ocean.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15538 | Poster ID 2395

THE ROLE OF NITRIFICATION IN ESTUARINE WATER COLUMN NITROUS OXIDE PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION

Heiss, E. M., Boston University, USA, emheiss@bu.edu; Fulweiler, R. W., Boston University, USA, rwf@bu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15659 | Poster ID 2396

THE COMPOSITION AND FLUX OF WATER-SOLUBLE ORGANIC NITROGEN IN THE ATMOSPHERIC DRY AND WET DEPOSITIONS OVER THE SOUTHERN EAST CHINA SEA

Hung-Yu, C., National Taiwan Ocean University/Department of Marine Environmental Informatics, Taiwan ROC, hychen@ntou.edu.tw; Wei, W., National Taiwan Ocean University/Department of Marine Environmental Informatics, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15687 | Poster ID 2397

INTERACTIONS IN THE COASTAL N CYCLE: AMMONIA OXIDISERS, CARBON AND PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN SEDIMENTS FROM TROPICAL WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Laverock, B., University of Western Australia, Australia, bonnie.laverock@uwa.edu.au; Mclaughlin, J., CSIRO, Australia, james.mclaughlin@csiro.au; van de Kamp, J., CSIRO, Australia, Jodie.Vandekamp@csiro.au; Bodrossy, L., CSIRO, , Lev.Bodrossy@csiro.au; Abell, G., CSIRO, , guy.abell@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15692 | Poster ID 2398

NO EVIDENCE FOR ENHANCED CARBON OR DINITROGEN FIXATION UNDER ELEVATED SEAWATER PCO2 IN THE NORTH PACIFIC SUBTROPICAL GYRE

Böttjer, D., University of Hawaii/C-MORE, USA, dbottjer@hawaii.edu; Viviani, D., University of Hawaii/C-MORE, USA, viviani@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii/C-MORE, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu; Letelier, R. M., Oregon State University/C-MORE, USA, letelier@coas.oregonstate.edu; Church, M. J., University of Hawaii/C-MORE, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15745 | Poster ID 2399

BENTHIC NITROGEN CYCLING ACROSS PERUVIAN OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE SURFACE SEDIMENTS

Sommer, S., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kie, Germany, ssommer@geomar.de; Dale, A. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kie, Germany, adale@geomar.de; Gier, J., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kie, Germany, jgier@geomar.de; Lomnitz, U., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kie, Germany, ulomnitz@geomar.de; Dengler, M., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kie, Germany, mdengler@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15961 | Poster ID 2400

TIDALLY-INDUCED PARTICLE-ASSOCIATED NITRIFICATION RATE AND N2O EMISSION AT THE SEDIMENT-WATER INTERFACE OF SHALLOW WATER

Xu, M., Xiamen Univeisity, China, xuminncg@126.com; Wu, Y., Xiamen Univeisity, China, 625902365@qq.com; Zheng, Z., Xiamen Univeisity, China, 602565307@qq.com; Wan, X., Xiamen Univeisity, China, wanxh@xmu.edu.cn; Kao, S., Xiamen Univeisity, China, sjkao@gate.sinica.edu.tw;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15969 | Poster ID 2401

DIEL CYCLE OF NITRIFICATION RATE AND N2O YIELD RATIO IN SHALLOW WATER OF EUTROPHIC COASTAL BAY IN SOUTHERN CHINA

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16096 | Poster ID 2402

IDENTIFICATION OF NITRATE SOURCES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO PHYTOPLANKTON GROWTH AT THE EAST CHINA SEA, BASED ON MULTIPLE ISOTOPES ANALYSES

Nozaki, R., Nagasaki University, Japan, bb53513001@nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Umezawa, Y., Nagasaki University, , ; Nishiuchi, K., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, ; Tayasu, I., Kyoto University, Japan, ; Kanehara, H., Nagasaki University, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16156 | Poster ID 2403

N2 PRODUCTION THROUGH DENITRIFICATION AND ANAMMOX IN THE ULLEUNG BASIN, EAST SEA

Na, T. H., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, thna@snu.ac.kr; Hyun, J. H., Hanyang University, Republic Of Korea, hyunjh@hanyang.ac.kr; Kim, B., Hanyang University, Republic Of Korea, bomina0315@hanyang.ac.kr; Choi, A., Hanyang University, Republic Of Korea, znzn1020@hanyang.ac.kr; Thamdrup, B., University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, bot@biology.sdu.dk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16185 | Poster ID 2404

BASIN SCALE DISTRIBUTIONS AND INTERACTIONS OF AMMONIUM

Woodward, M. S., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, m.woodward@pml.ac.uk; Browning, T., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, thomasb@earth.ox.ac.uk; Bouman, H., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, heatherb@earth.ox.ac.uk; Sabadel, A., University of Otago, New Zealand, asabadel@chemistry.otago.ac.nz;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16218 | Poster ID 2405

REVISITING THE NITROGEN ISOTOPIC RECORDS IN SEDIMENT CORES IN ARABIAN SEA

Wang, B. Y., Xiamen University, China, wby@stu.xmu.edu.cn; Kao, S. J., Xiamen University, China, sjkao@xmu.edu.cn; Kandasamy, S., Xiamen University, China, selvaraj@xmu.edu.cn; Veeran, Y., Bharathidasan University, India, ; Hsu, S. C., Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16578 | Poster ID 2406

DISENTANGLING SEDIMENT N2 FLUXES: A CALL FOR RE-EVALUATING THE COASTAL MARINE N BUDGET

Newell, S. E., Boston University, USA, sen@bu.edu; McCarthy, M. J., UTMSI, USA, mjm.kingston@gmail.com; Gardner, W. S., UTMSI, USA, wayne.gardner@utexas.edu; Fulweiler, R. W., Boston University, USA, rwf@bu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16635 | Poster ID 2407

TRACKING NITRATE ISOTOPES ALONG DENSITY SURFACES IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL SOUTH PACIFIC

Peters, B. D., Stanford University, USA, bpeters1@stanford.edu; Buchwald, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, carlyb@mit.edu; Knapp, A. N., Florida State University, USA, anknapp@fsu.edu; Casciotti, K. L., Stanford University, USA, kcasciot@stanford.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16750 | Poster ID 2408

ENZYME LEVEL N AND O ISOTOPE EFFECTS OF DISSIMILATORY NITRATE REDUCTION

Treibergs, L. A., University of Connecticut, USA, lija.treibergs@uconn.edu; Granger, J., University of Connecticut, USA, julie.granger@uconn.edu; Dabundo, R. C., University of Connecticut, USA, richard.dabundo@uconn.edu; Karsh, K. L., Institute of Antarctic and Southern Ocean Studies, University of Tasmania, Australia, Kristen.Karsh@csiro.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16758 | Poster ID 2409

ELEVATED AMMONIA OXIDATION RATES IN ANTARCTIC CIRCUMPOLAR DEEP WATER VERSUS WINTER WATER

Tolar, B. B., Department of Microbiology, University of Georgia, USA, btolar1@uga.edu; Wallsgrove, N. J., Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Hawaii - Manoa, USA, nw@hawaii.edu; Aluwihare, L. I., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California - San Diego, USA, laluwihare@ucsd.edu; Popp, B. N., Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Hawaii - Manoa, USA, popp@hawaii.edu; Hollibaugh, J. T., Department of Marine Sciences, University of Georgia, USA, aquadoc@uga.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16910 | Poster ID 2410

NITROGEN FIXATION IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONES

Chang, B. X., Princeton University, USA, bonniec@princeton.edu; Widner, B., Old Dominion University, USA, bwidner@odu.edu; Jayakumar, A., Princeton University, USA, ajayakum@princeton.EDU; Ward, B. B., Princeton University, USA, bbw@princeton.edu; Mulholland, M. R., Old Dominion University, USA, mmulholl@odu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16923 | Poster ID 2411

CONTAMINATION OF COMMERCIAL 15N-LABELED NITROGEN GAS WITH EXTRANEOUS 15N LABELED COMPOUNDS: POTENTIAL BIAS OF N2-FIXATION EXPERIMENTS

Dabundo, R. C., University of Connecticut, USA, rcdabundo@gmail.com; Treibergs, L. A., University of Connecticut, USA, Lija.Treibergs@uconn.edu; Granger, J., University of Connecticut, USA, Julie.granger@uconn.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17157 | Poster ID 2412

USING SMALL PEPTIDES TO GAIN INSIGHTS INTO MARINE NITROGEN CYCLES

Liu, Z., The University of Texas at Austin, USA, zhanfei.liu@utexas.edu; Liu, S., The University of Texas at Austin, USA, shutingliu1988@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17177 | Poster ID 2413

SEASONAL AND VERTICAL VARIATION IN PARTICLES AND NUTRIENTS IN THE AMAZON RIVER PLUME

Jolley, K. A., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, kjolley3@gatech.edu; Weber, S. C., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, sweber6@gatech.edu; Carpenter, E. J., San Francisco State University, USA, ecarpent@sfsu.edu; Coles, V. J., University of Maryland, USA, vcoles@umces.edu; Montoya, J. P., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, montoya@gatech.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17263 | Poster ID 2414

UPTAKE AND ASSOCIATED ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION OF DISSOLVED INORGANIC NITROGEN IN THE CORAL-ALGAL SYMBIOSIS

Devlin, Q. B., RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, qdevlin@rsmas.miami.edu; Swart, P. K., RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, pswart@rsmas.miami.edu; Altabet, M. A., SMAST, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, USA, maltabet@umassd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17612 | Poster ID 2415

CONCENTRATIONS TURNOVER AND FLUX OF POLYAMINES BY LAKE EIRE BACTERIOPLANKTON

MADHURI, S., KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, smadhuri@kent.edu; DR.MOU, X., KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, xmou@kent.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17742 | Poster ID 2416

CHANGES IN THE ISOTOPIC VALUE OF SEDIMENTARY NITROGEN AT CALIFORNIA MARGIN SITE 1010: A RECORD OF DENITRIFICATION CHANGES OVER THE LAST FIVE MILLION YEARS

Holm-Moore, T. D., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, tholmmoo@ucsc.edu; Batista, F., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, ; Ravelo, A. C., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17764 | Poster ID 2499

THE LINK BETWEEN SULFUR CYCLE AND NITROGEN CYCLE IN AN ESTUARINE SEDIMENT

Han, Y., University of Southern California , USA, yanghan@usc.edu; Madison , M., University of Southern California , USA, mjmadiso@usc.edu; Ziebis , W., University of Southern California, USA, wziebis@usc.edu; Moffett , J., University of Southern California, USA, moffett.james@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18051 | Poster ID 2500

NITROGEN ISOTOPE RATIOS OF JUVENILE WINTER FLOUNDER AS AN INDICATOR OF ANTHROPOGENIC NITROGEN INPUTS TO ESTUARINE SYSTEMS

Pruell, R. J., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA, pruell.richard@epa.gov; Taplin, B. K., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA, taplin.bryan@epa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/nitrogen-isotope-ratios-of-juvenile-winter-flounder-as-an-indicator-of-anthropogenic-nitrogen.pdf

127 - Biogeochemistry, ecological dynamics and phytoplankton controls in the Costa Rica Dome

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15509 | Poster ID 3195

THE EFFICIENCY AND COST OF OCEAN IRON FERTILISATION

Harrison, D. P., The University of Sydney, Australia, daniel.harrison@sydney.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15654 | Poster ID 3196

TINTINNID COMMUNITY (CILIOPHORA: TINTINNINA) IN EASTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC OFF COSTA RICA IN SUMMER 2010

Zhang, W., Institute of Oceanology, CAS, China, ; Kataoka, T., , , ; Landry, M., Scripps Institute of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, mlandry@ucsd.edu; Liu, H., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, liuhb@ust.hk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16052 | Poster ID 3238

PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS RESPONSE TO IRON-SIDEROPHORE COMBINATIONS IN PATAGONIAN FJORDS

Iriarte, J. L., Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile, jiriarte@uach.cl; Ardelan, M. V., Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, murat.v.ardelan@ntnu.no; Cuevas, L. A., Universidad de Concepción, Chile, lcuevas@udec.cl; González, H. E., Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile, hgonzale@uach.cl; Sanchez, N., Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, nicolas.sanchez@ntnu.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/phytoplankton-populations-response-to-iron-siderophore-combinations-in-a-patagonian-fjord.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16089 | Poster ID 3239

CAUSES FOR VARIATIONS IN STABLE CARBON ISOTOPIC COMPOSITIONS OF MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON-PRODUCED LIPID BIOMARKERS DURING BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING PROCESSES

Pan, H., University of Georgia, USA, haipan@uga.edu; Culp, R. A., University of Georgia, USA, rculp@uga.edu; Sun, M., National Science Foundation, USA, msun@nsf.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16187 | Poster ID 3240

TRACE METAL LIMITATION OF ZOOPLANKTON IN THE COSTA RICAN UPWELLING DOME

Baines, S. B., Stony Brook University, Ecology and Evolution, USA, Stephen.Baines@stonybrook.edu; Landry, M. R., Scripps Institute of Oceanography, USA, mlandry@ucsd.edu; Smith, S. L., Rosensteil School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, ssmith@rsmas.miami.edu; Twining, B. S., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, btwining@bigelow.org; Chen, X., Exxon/Mobile Algal Biofuels Program, USA, xichen923@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16867 | Poster ID 3241

ZOOPLANKTON TROPHIC STRUCTURE AND GRAZING PRESSURE IN THE COSTA RICA DOME

Décima, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mdecima@ucsd.edu; Landry, M. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mlandry@ucsd.edu; López-López, L., IEO Centro Oceanográfico de Santander, Spain, lucia.lopezlopez@st.ieo.es; Bradley, C. J., University of California Merced, , christinajbradley@msn.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17012 | Poster ID 3242

AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE SENSOR DISTANCE AND PIXEL COMPOSITION ON VISIBLE REFLECTANCE SPECTRUM OF A MIXED PIXEL

Yuan, J., Elizabeth City State University, USA, jyuan@mail.ecsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17153 | Poster ID 3243

GRAZER REGULATION OF CARBON EXPORT IN THE COSTA RICA DOME

Landry, M. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, mlandry@ucsd.edu; Stukel, M. R., Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland , USA, mstukel@umces.edu; Décima, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, mdecima@ucsd.edu; Selph, K. E., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, selph@hawaii.edu; Taylor, A. G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, agtaylor@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17197 | Poster ID 3244

THE UNIQUE TRACE METAL AND MACRONUTRIENT CONDITIONS OF THE COSTA RICA UPWELLING DOME UPWELLING SUPPORT A DISTINCT AND DENSE COMMUNITY OF SYNECHOCOCCUS

Ahlgren, N. A., University of Southern California, USA, nahlgren@gmail.com; Noble, A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ; Moore, L., University of Southern Maine, USA, ; Saito, M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Rocap, R., University of Washington, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17607 | Poster ID 3245

TRACE METAL-SILICATE CO-LIMITATION OF DIATOMS IN THE COSTA RICA DOME

Chappell, P. D., Old Dominion University, USA, pdchappe@odu.edu; Moffett, J. W., University of Southern California, USA, jmoffett@usc.edu; Cyr, H. A., University of Rhode Island, USA, ; Vedamati, J., University of Southern California, USA, jvedamati@usc.edu; Jenkins, B. D., University of Rhode Island, USA, bjenkins@uri.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17743 | Poster ID 3246

PICOPHYTOPLANKTON POPULATION ABUNDANCES AND GROWTH DYNAMICS DURING SUMMER 2010 IN THE COSTA RICA DOME AREA OF THE EASTERN PACIFIC

Selph, K. E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, selph@hawaii.edu; Landry, M. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, mlandry@ucsd.edu; Taylor, A. G., Scripps Institution of Oceanograhy, University of California San Diego, USA, agtaylor@ucsd.edu; Gutiérrez-Rodríguez, A., Station Biologique de Roscoff, France, ang008@mail.ucsd.edu; Taniguchi, D. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanograhy, University of California San Diego, USA, datanigu@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17787 | Poster ID 3247

COSTA RICA DOME: PHYSICAL CONTEXT OF THE FLUZIE CRUISE IN JUNE-JULY 2010

Firing, E., University of Hawaii, USA, efiring@hawaii.edu; Hummon, J., University of Hawaii, USA, hummon@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17867 | Poster ID 3248

OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONES (OMZ) ACROSS THE CMIP5 MODELS: 21ST CENTURY CLIMATE-DRIVEN CHANGES

Marinov, I., University of Pennsylvania, USA, imarinov@sas.upenn.edu; Cabre, A., University of Pennsylvania, USA, cabre@sas.upenn.edu; Lingbin, C., University of Pennsylvania, USA, lingbinc@seas.upenn.edu; Bernardello, R., University of Pennsylvania, USA, braf@sas.upenn.edu;

128 - Microbial Interactions in Oceans and Human Health

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13672 | Poster ID 391

PREVALENCE AND DIVERSITY OF ARCOBACTER IN SEWAGE AND AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS

Fisher, J. C., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA, fisher26@uwm.edu; Levican, A., Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain, aalevican@gmail.com; Eren, A. M., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, meren@mbl.edu; Figueras, M. J., Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain, mariajose.figueras@urv.cat; McLellan, S. L., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA, mclellan@uwm.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14106 | Poster ID 392

A GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS OF MICROBIAL POLLUTION WITHIN HILO BAY, HAWAI‘I

Abaya, L., University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, USA, labaya@hawaii.edu; Wiegner , T., University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, USA, wiegner@hawaii.edu; Weisz, C., University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, USA, caree@hawaii.edu; Adolf, J., University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, USA, jadolf@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/QRCodes/a-geospatial-analysis-of-microbial-pollution-within-hilo-bay-hawaii.png

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14473 | Poster ID 397

A PREVIOUSLY UNDESCRIBED DOMINANT COMPONENT OF THE COMMON BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS MICROBIOME IS A NOVEL FUSOBACTERIUM

Drummond, K. M., Savannah State University, USA, kdrummond011@gmail.com; McKenzie, K. A., Savannah State University, USA, kevin.mckenzie24@gmail.com; Edwards, K. L., Savannah State University, USA, ; Cox, T. M., Savannah State University, USA, coxt@savannahstate.edu; Frischer, M. E., University of Georgia/Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, marc.frischer@skio.uga.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14824 | Poster ID 398

COMMUNITY GRAZING IMPACT ON A TOXIC BLOOM OF ALEXANDRIUM FUNDYENSE IN THE NAUSET MARSH SYSTEM, CAPE COD, USA

Petitpas, C. M., School for Marine Science and Technology, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, cjadlowic@umassd.edu; Turner, J. T., School for Marine Science and Technology, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, jturner@umassd.edu; Keafer, B. A., Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bkeafer@whoi.edu; Anderson, D. M., Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, danderson@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/community-grazing-impact-on-a-toxic-bloom-of-alexandrium-fundyense-in-the-nauset-marsh-system-cape.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16483 | Poster ID 399

WHAT WE LEARNED FROM TEN YEARS OF WATER QUALITY MONITORING THROUGH THE FLORIDA HEALTHY BEACHES PROGRAM?

Feng, Z., University of Miami, USA, zfeng@rsmas.miami.edu; Reniers, A., University of Miami, USA, areniers@rsmas.miami.edu; Haus, B. K., University of Miami, USA, bhaus@rsmas.miami.edu; Solo-Gabriele, H. M., University of Miami, USA, hmsolo@miami.edu; Kelly, E. A., University of Miami, USA, ekelly@umiami.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/what-we-learned-from-ten-years-of-water-quality-monitoring-through-the-florida-healthy-beaches

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17035 | Poster ID 400

THE IMPACT OF NON-AQUEOUS MATRICES (SOIL, SAND AND SEDIMENT) ON COASTAL WATER BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY

Yan, T., University of Hawaii, USA, taoyan@hawaii.edu; Zhang, Q., University of Hawaii, USA, zq@hawaii.edu; Cui, H., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Feng, F., University of Hawaii, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17138 | Poster ID 401

THE BACTERIAL FOOTPRINT OF A CITY ON COASTAL WATERS

Newton, R. J., UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, newtonr@uwm.edu; McLellan, S. L., UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, mclellan@uwm.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17556 | Poster ID 402

PREDICTING PATHOGENIC BACTERIA IN COASTAL WATERS

Nuss, E., Univ. Hawaii, USA, enuss@hawaii.edu; Powell, B. S., Univ. of Hawaii, USA, powellb@hawaii.edu; Steward, G., Univ. of Hawaii, USA, grieg@hawaii.edu; Nigro, O., Univ. of Hawaii, USA, onigro@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17647 | Poster ID 470

APPLICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN POLYOMAVIRUS AS A HUMAN SEWAGE MARKER IN HAWAII

Wong, M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mayee@hawaii.edu; Kirs, M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, kirs@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17719 | Poster ID 471

TEMPORAL GEOSPATIAL ANALYSES OF MICROBIAL POLLUTION PATTERNS: A TOOL FOR IMPROVED WATER QUALITY MONITORING AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT

Weisz, C. J., University of Hawaii Hilo, USA, caree@hawaii.edu; Wiegner, T., , , ; Abaya, L., , , ; Adolf, J., , , ; Awaya, J., , , ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17775 | Poster ID 472

VIBRIO AS A MARINE INDICATOR FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND HEALTH RISK?

Lipp, E. K., The University of Georgia, USA, elipp@uga.edu; Trtanj, J., NOAA, USA, juli.trtanj@noaa.gov;

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13274 | Poster ID 1166

MODELING THE FLOW FIELDS AROUND ACTIVE FILTER FEEDERS

Du Clos, K. T., Darling Marine Center, USA, kevin.duclos@maine.edu; Jumars, P. A., Darling Marine Center, USA, jumars@maine.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14129 | Poster ID 1167

ON THE ONSET OF SEDIMENT MOTION AND RESUSPENSION IN THE PRESENCE OF RIGID CYLINDERS

Tinoco, R. O., IH CANTABRIA, Spain, tinocor@unican.es; Coco, G., IH CANTABRIA, Spain, cocog@unican.es;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14223 | Poster ID 1168

EFFECT OF A THIN LAYER OF FISH ON TURBULENCE AND FLOW STRUCTURE IN THE INNER PART OF THE CONTINENTAL SHELF BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYER

Katz, J., Johns Hopkins University, USA, katz@jhu.edu; Nayak, A. R., Johns Hopkins University, USA, aditya.nayak@gmail.com; Li, C., Johns Hopkins University, USA, ; Kiani, B., Johns Hopkins University, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14719 | Poster ID 1169

EXPERIMENTS IN THE ESTUARINE INTERTIDAL: ADVICE FOR FIELD BIOLOGISTS

Wilson, M., Ga Tech, USA, miranda.wilson.me@gmail.com; Webster, D., Ga Tech, USA, dwebster@ce.gatech,edu; Weissburg, M., Ga Tech, USA, marc.weissburg@biology.gatech.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15205 | Poster ID 1170

UNDERWATER PROPULSION AT INTERMEDIATE RE: COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF A MARINE PTEROPOD AND A FRESHWATER CLADOCERAN.

Yen, J., Georgia Tech, USA, jeannette.yen@biology.gatech.edu; Webster, D., Georgia Tech, USA, dwebster@ce.gatech.edu; Murphy, D. M., Johns Hopkins Univeristy, USA, dwmurphy@jhu.edu; Mittal, R., Johns Hopkins University, USA, mittal@jhu.edu; Zhou, Z., Johns Hopkins University, USA, zhuoyuzhou01@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15232 | Poster ID 1232

MATE OR PREY? MECHANORECEPTION MEDIATES REACTIONS IN THE FRESHWATER COPEPOD SPECIES, HESPERODIAPTOMUS SHOSHONE

Pender-Healy, L. A., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, laph3@gatech.edu; Nagel, K. M., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, knagel3@gatech.edu; Kim, P., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, pureum_kim@gatech.edu; Yen, J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, jeannette.yen@biology.gatech.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15362 | Poster ID 1233

TURBULENT FLOW FROM A LARVA'S PERSPECTIVE: WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE TO BE TINY IN THE OCEAN?

Pepper, R. E., University of California Berkeley, USA, rachel.pepper@berkeley.edu; Variano, E., University of California Berkeley, USA, variano@berkeley.edu; Koehl, M. A., University of California Berkeley, USA, cnidaria@berkeley.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15608 | Poster ID 1234

EFFECTS OF LIGHT AND TURBULENCE ON SWIMMING BEHAVIOR OF LARVAL EASTERN OYSTER (CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA)

Luo, E. Y., Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto, Canada, elaine.luo@mail.utoronto.ca; Wheeler, J. D., MIT-WHOI Joint Program, Department of Biology, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jdwhe@mit.edu; Helfrich, K. R., Department of Physical Oceanography, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, khelfrich@whoi.edu; Anderson, E. J., Department of Mechanical Engineering, Grove City College, USA, eanderson@whoi.edu; Mullineaux, L. S., Department of Biology, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lmullineaux@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16329 | Poster ID 1235

SHEAR-INDUCED BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES OF EMINENTLY-SETTLING BRACHYURAN CRAB LARVAE ELUCIDATE SELECTIVE TIDAL STREAM TRANSPORT (STST) PHENOMENA

True, A. C., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, aaron.true@gatech.edu; Webster, D. R., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, dwebster@ce.gatech.edu; Weissburg, M. J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, marc.weissburg@biology.gatech.edu; Yen, J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, jeannette.yen@biology.gatech.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17000 | Poster ID 1236

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES AND MOMENTS ON ZOOPLANKTON

Dolinajec, T. H., UC Berkeley, USA, dolinajec@berkeley.edu; Koehl, M. A., UC Berkeley, USA, cnidaria@berkeley.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17841 | Poster ID 1237

CAPTURING ZOOPLANKTON PREY IN TURBULENT WAVES: THE EFFECTS OF PREY SWIMMING BEHAVIOR AND SURROUNDING NEIGHBORS ON SUSPENSION FEEDING BY INTERTIDAL SEA ANEMONES

Robinson, H. E., University of California Berkeley, USA, erobinson@berkeley.edu; Koehl, M. A., University of California Berkeley, , cnidaria@berkeley.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/capturing-zooplankton-prey-in-turbulent-waves-the-effects-of-prey-swimming-behavior-and-surrounding

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13459 | Poster ID 1927

PROMOTING INTEREST IN OCEAN SCIENCES THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN A COLLEGE, AQUARIUM, AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION

Anastasia, J. R., Suffolk County Community College, USA, anastaj@sunysuffolk.edu; McNamara, M. E., Suffolk County Community College, USA, mcnamam@sunysuffolk.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13586 | Poster ID 1928

ENHANCING STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF ESTUARINE DYNAMICS USING AN ORIENTATION RESEARCH CRUISE EXPERIENCE

Allen, M. R., Maryland Sea Grant College, USA, mallen@mdsg.umd.edu; Jones, T. W., Salisbury University, USA, twjones@salisbury.edu; Clark, J., Maryland Sea Grant, USA, clark@mdsg.umd.edu; Moser, F. C., Maryland Sea Grant, USA, moser@mdsg.umd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/enhancing-student-understanding-of-estuarine-dynamics-using-an-orientation-research-cruise.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13854 | Poster ID 1929

FIELD STUDIES IN NATURAL SYSTEMS [EARTH SCIENCE, BIOGEOLOGY & MARINE BIOLOGY OF BELIZE]: A PORTABLE WAY TO PROMOTE HIGHER ORDER LEARNING & CRITICAL THINKING

Thomas, K., Northern Essex Community College, USA, kthomas@necc.mass.edu; Yeager, M., Northern Essex Community College, USA, myeager@necc.mass.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/field-studies-in-natural-systems-earth-science-biogeology-marine-biology-of-belize-a-portable-way.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14248 | Poster ID 1930

USING MAP EXERCISES AS AN INTEGRATIVE TOOL IN A GENERAL EDUCATION OCEANOGRAPHY COURSE

Venn, C., Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, USA, cvenn@bloomu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14276 | Poster ID 1955

AMS OCEAN STUDIES: USING REAL-WORLD DATA TO EXPLORE THE WORLD OCEAN

Brey, J. A., American Meteorological Society, USA, brey@ametsoc.org; Geer, I. W., American Meteorological Society, USA, geer@ametsoc.org; Mills, E. W., American Meteorological Society, USA, mills@ametsoc.org; Nugnes, K. A., American Meteorological Society, USA, knugnes@ametsoc.org; Asokan, A., American Meteorological Society, USA, aasokan@ametsoc.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/ams-ocean-studies-using-real-world-data-to-explore-the-world-ocean.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14747 | Poster ID 1956

BASELINE WATERSHED ASSESSMENT AS A TRAINING MODULE

Jocson, J. M., Guam Community College, Guam, johnmichael.jocson@guamcc.edu; Sunga, A. J., Guam Community College, Guam, anthonyjay.sunga@guamcc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15005 | Poster ID 1957

INNOVATIVE IDEAS FOR TEACHING OCEAN SCIENCE TOPICS IN INTRODUCTORY SCIENCE COURSES

Caldwell, M. O., Hillsborough Community College , USA, mcaldwell@hccfl.edu; Bristol, D. L., Hillsborough Community College , USA, dbristol@hccfl.edu; Olney, J. L., Hillsborough Community College , USA, jolney2@hccfl.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15353 | Poster ID 1958

THE POTENTIAL AND PROBLEMS OF A FORAMINIFERA-BASED INTRODUCTORY PALEONTOLOGY EXERCISE

Furutani, T. T., North Seattle Community College, USA, tracy.furutani@seattlecolleges.edu; Nesbit, E. A., Burke Museum, University of Washington, USA, ; Martin, R. A., Burke Museum, University of Washington, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15498 | Poster ID 1959

OCEANOGRAPHY AND THE ARTS

Beauregard, J. L., Berklee College of Music, USA, jbeauregard@berklee.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15632 | Poster ID 1960

HOW DO WE FACILITATE STUDENT LEARNING WHILE REDUCING CONTACT - AND WHY WOULD WE WANT TO?

WATTS, S., NUS, Singapore, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15653 | Poster ID 1961

AQUATIC SCIENCES: INHERENTLY INTERDISCIPLINARY, IRRESISTABLE LURE LEADING REPRODUCIBLY TO CAREER CONTINUITY

Aguilar, C., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, aguilar@uwm.edu; Cuhjel, R. L., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Science, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16277 | Poster ID 1962

SEDIMENT UNDER THEIR FEET: STUDENT ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTS FROM LOCAL DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS, WITH EMPHASIS ON A TRANSECT OF A MODERN BARRIER ISLAND SYSTEM

Steinberg, R. T., Del Mar College, USA, rsteinb@delmar.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16455 | Poster ID 1963

THE USE OF A COMMUNITY-BASED OYSTER REEF RESTORATION PROJECT TO SUPPORT UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AT A LIBERAL ARTS TEACHING COLLEGE (FLAGLER COLLEGE)

Brown, M. T., Flagler College, USA, MBrown14@flagler.edu; McGinley, E. J., Flagler College, USA, EMcGinley@flagler.edu; Southwell, M. W., Flagler College, USA, Southwell@flagler.edu; Veenstra, J., Flagler College, USA, JVeenstra@flagler.edu; Flynn, L. M., GTM National Estuarine Research Reserve, , Lauren.Flynn@dep.state.fl.us;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17005 | Poster ID 1964

FROM EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION TO RESEARCH: ENGAGING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECTS

Amaral-Zettler, L. A., Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, amaral@mbl.edu; Yingxin, Y., Macalester University, USA, yye@macalester.edu; Ong, B., Rice University, USA, ben.ongyx@gmail.com; Siuda, A. N., Sea Education Association, USA, asiuda@sea.edu; Zettler, E. R., Sea Education Association, USA, ezettler@sea.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17124 | Poster ID 1965

DEVELOPING PROBLEM BASED LEARNING WITH UNDERGRADUATES USING A WEB-BASED LAB LESSON BUILDER SOFTWARE TOOL

McDonnell, J. D., Rutgers University, USA, mcdonnel@marine.rutgers.edu; Lichtenwalner, C. S., Rutgers University, USA, sage@marine.rutgers.edu; Ferraro, C., Rutgers University, USA, ferraro@marine.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17352 | Poster ID 1966

TEACHING CARBONATE SYSTEM FOR OCEANOGRAPHY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Leonel, J., Institute of Oceanography - University of São Paulo , Brazil, juoceano@gmail.com; Spera, A. M., Institute of Oceanography - University of São Paulo , Brazil, amandaspera@gmail.com; Figueira, R. L., Institute of Oceanography - University of São Paulo , Brazil, rfigueira@usp.br;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17398 | Poster ID 1967

STACKING THE DECK TO TEACH BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: ENGAGING LAND-LOCKED STUDENTS WITH AN INQUIRY-BASED EXERCISE TO INTRODUCE MARINE LIFE AND MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

Jones, M. H., North Hennepin Community College, USA, megan.jones@nhcc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17744 | Poster ID 1968

NSF OEDG PROGRAM AT SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY: MODEL OF SUCCESSFUL RETENTION OF UNDERGRADUATES IN THE GEOSCIENCES

Pride, C. J., Savannah State University, USA, pridec@savannahstate.edu; Curran, M. C., Savannah State University, USA, curranc@savannahstate.edu; Cox, T. M., Savannah State University, USA, coxt@savannahstate.edu; Frischer, M. E., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, marc.frischer@skio.uga.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17802 | Poster ID 1969

NATURAL HAZARDS ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII: A JIGSAW EXERCISE FOR INTRODUCTORY CLASSES

Greene, A. R., Hawai‘i Pacific University, USA, agreene@hpu.edu; Garcia, M. O., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mogarcia@hawaii.edu; Becker, N., NOAA Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, USA, nathan.becker@noaa.gov; Poland, M., USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, USA, mpoland@usgs.gov;

ePoster Link: http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/activities/74390.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17820 | Poster ID 1970

DESIGN YOUR OWN MARINE ORGANISM: AN EXERCISE FOR INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY COURSES

Phillips, M. Q., Illinois Valley Community College, USA, mike_phillips@ivcc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17954 | Poster ID 2015

LUNAR FORCES, EDIBLE SEA VAMPIRES AND OTHER CURIOSITIES OF THE SEA: ENGAGING FIRST YEAR STUDENTS IN MARINE SCIENCES AND UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN THE CLASSROOM

Cheung, I. S., Oregon State University, USA, itchung.cheung@oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://hmsc.oregonstate.edu

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13134 | Poster ID 1635

BEYOND THE OCEAN: CONTAMINATION OF FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS WITH MICROPLASTIC PARTICLES

Laforsch, C., University of Bayreuth, Germany, christian.laforsch@uni-bayreuth.de; Imhof, H. K., University of Bayreuth, Germany, Imhof@uni-bayreuth.de; Ivleva, N. P., Technische Universität München (IWC), Germany, natalia.ivleva@ch.tum.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13327 | Poster ID 1636

ASSESSMENT OF DIURON, IRGAROL AND FENITROTHION IN SEAWATER, SEDIMENTS, PLANKTON AND FISH FROM SETO INLAND SEA, JAPAN

Kaonga, C. C., Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University, Japan, ckaonga07@gmail.com; Takeda, K., Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University, Japan, takedaq@hiroshima-u.ac.jp; Sakugawa, H., Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University, Japan, hsakuga@hiroshima-u.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13485 | Poster ID 1637

EFFECTS OF TIDAL FLAT RECLAMATION ON TIDAL DYNAMICS IN WENZHOU SHOAL, CHINA

Bao, M., Ocean University of China, China, ; Bao, X., Ocean University of China, China, xianwenbao@126.com; Yu, H., Ocean University of China, China, ; Ding, Y., Ocean University of China, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15060 | Poster ID 1638

IMPACT OF SUBMERGED WASTEWATER EFFLUENT ON DISSOLVED OXYGEN: ASSESSMENT STRATEGY

Nezlin, N. P., SCCWRP, USA, nikolayn@sccwrp.org;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15162 | Poster ID 1639

POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF LAND-USE LAND-COVER FEATURES ON WHITE PERCH INTERSEX CHARACTERISTICS

Booker, T., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, tbooker@umes.edu; May, E., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, ebmay@umes.edu; Ishque, A., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, abishaque@umes.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15187 | Poster ID 1640

ACCUMULATION OF POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCBS) AND CONTAMINANTS OF EMERGING CONCERN (CECS) IN GRAY SEALS AND THE UTILITY OF NON-INVASIVE METHODS

Rice, J. C., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, jcrice@umes.edu; May, E. B., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, ebmay@umes.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15305 | Poster ID 1641

MARINE PLASTIC DEBRIS AS AN OLFACTORY TRAP FOR PROCELLARIIFORM SEABIRDS

Savoca, M. S., University of California, Davis, USA, mssavoca@ucdavis.edu; Van Alstyne, K. L., Western Washington University, USA, kathy.vanalstyne@wwu.edu; Nevitt, G. A., University of California, Davis, USA, ganevitt@ucdavis.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15535 | Poster ID 1642

THE EFFECTS OF PLASTIC RESIN PELLETS EXPOSURE TO PCBS IN STREAKED SHEARWATER CHICKS

Yamashita, R., Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, reiy@cc.tuat.ac.jp; Takada, S., Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, ; Ochi, D., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, ; Watanuki, Y., Hokkaido University, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15611 | Poster ID 1643

EFFECTS OF MOLASSES ON POCILLOPORA DAMICORNIS HEALTH

Murphy, J. W., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jwmurphy@hawaii.edu; Spies, N., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, narissa@hawaii.edu; Richmond, R. H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, richmond@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15635 | Poster ID 1644

EXPONENTIAL DECAY OF REMNANTS OF PLASTIC LITTER THROUGH AN ADVECTION-DIFFUSION PROCESS ON WADAHAMA BEACH, NIIJIMA ISLAND, JAPAN

Kataoka, T., National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Japan, Kataoka-t852a@ysk.nilim.go.jp; Hinata, H., National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Japan, hinata-h92y2@ysk.nilim.go.jp; Kato, S., Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan, s-kato@ace.tut.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/exponential-decay-of-remnants-of-plastic-litter-through-an-advection-diffusion-process-on-wadahama-1.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15711 | Poster ID 1645

CARBON SEQUESTRATION USING PELAGIC TUNICATES

Smith, M. D., University of Melbourne, Australia, michael.smith@unimelb.edu.au; Suthers, I., University of New South Wales , Australia, i.suthers@unsw.edu.au; Henschke, N., University of New South Wales, Australia, natashahenschke@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/carbon-sequestration-using-pelagic-tunicates.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15947 | Poster ID 1647

FAUNAL COLONIZATION OF SUBMARINE MINE TAILINGS: AN INTERTIDAL EXPERIMENT TO INVESTIGATE THE INFLUENCE OF SEDIMENT ORGANIC CARBON CONTENT

Haugland, B. T., UiB (University of Bergen), Norway, barbro.haugland@gmail.com; Bolam, S. G., CEFAS (The Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science), United Kingdom, stefan.bolam@cefas.co.uk; Sweetman, A. K., IRIS (Marine Environment Department International Research Institute of Stavanger), Norway, andrew.sweetman@iris.no;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16006 | Poster ID 1648

SEABIRDS AND MARINE DEBRIS OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA

Verlis, K. M., Central Queensland University & SmartWater Research Centre, Australia, k.verlis@cqu.edu.au; Wilson, S. P., Central Queensland University, Australia, s.wilson@cqu.edu.au; Matthews, B., SmartWater Research Centre, Australia, b.matthews@griffith.edu.au; Campbell, M. L., Central Queensland University, Australia, m.campbell@cqu.edu.au; Nevin, O. T., Central Queensland University, Australia, o.nevin@cqu.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16067 | Poster ID 1649

TRACKING MARINE DEBRIS ALONG THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA: NEAR-SHORE MOVEMENT PATTERNS AND INFLUENCING FACTORS

WILSON, S. P., Central Queensland University, Australia, s.wilson@cqu.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16206 | Poster ID 1650

THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF SMOTHERING ON THE BENTHOS DUE TO MODERN ANTHROPOGENIC UTILISATION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

Hutchison, Z. L., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, zoe.hutchison@sams.ac.uk; Hendrick, V. J., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, VJHendrick@gmail.com; Burrows, M. B., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, michael.burrows@samc.ac.uk; Last, K. S., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, kim.last@sams.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16263 | Poster ID 1651

MONITORING FLOATING PLASTIC FRAGMENTS IN THE LIGURIAN SEA, NW MEDITERRANEAN.

Gorsky, G., Université Pierre et Marie Curie, UMR 7093 LOV/CNRS, UMR 7093 LOV Villefranche sur mer, France, gorsky@obs-vlfr.fr; Bruzaud, S., Laboratoire d’Ingénierie des Matériaux de Bretagne, Université de Bretagne-Sud, 56321 Lorient, France, ; Berline, L., UPMC, UMR 7093 LOV/CNRS, UMR 7093 LOV Villefranche sur mer, France, ; Domontet, B., Expedition MED 29, rue de Lattre de Tassigny 56230 Molac, France, ; Elineau, A., UPMC, UMR 7093 LOV/CNRS, UMR 7093 LOV Villefranche sur mer, France, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16284 | Poster ID 1652

QUANTIFYING WATER COLUMN SINKING RATES OF SUSPENDED MATTER AND FECAL INDICATOR BACTERIA

Juhl, A. R., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory/Columba University, USA, andyjuhl@ldeo.columbia.edu; O'Mullan, G. D., City University of New York, Queens College, USA, Gregory.Omullan@qc.cuny.edu; Mellendorf, M., University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Austria, ; Aumack, C. F., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory/Columba University, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16803 | Poster ID 1653

THE IMPACT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON MARINE PLANKTONIC CALCIFICATION, THE ROAD TO EXPLICIT CALCIFIERS IN CESM V1.2

Glover, D. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dglover@whoi.edu; Doney, S. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sdoney@whoi.edu; Lindsay, K., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, klindsay@ucar.edu; Lima, I., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ilima@whoi.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17032 | Poster ID 1731

HIGH-LEVELS OF MICROPLASTIC POLLUTION IN A LARGE, REMOTE LAKE

Free, C. M., Rutgers University, USA, cfree@marine.rutgers.edu; Jensen, O. P., Rutgers University, USA, olaf.p.jensen@gmail.com; Mason, S. A., State University of New York College at Fredonia, USA, Sherri.Mason@fredonia.edu; Eriksen, M., 5 Gyres Institute, USA, marcuseriksen@gmail.com; Williamson, N. J., State University of New York College at Fredonia, USA, nwilliamson@fredonia.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17074 | Poster ID 1732

THE EFFECTS OF LAND USE/LAND COVER ON AQUATICMACRO INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN THE NEPONSET RIVER WATERSHED

DIMINO, T. F., UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON, USA, TDIMINO81@GMAIL.COM; HENDERSON, N., UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON, USA, Nicole.Henderson001@umb.edu; CHRISTIAN , A. D., UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON, USA, Alan.Christian@umb.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17431 | Poster ID 1733

EFFECT OF AMMONIUM ADDITION ON THE MICROBIAL FOOD WEB STRUCTURE AND COMMUNITY COMPOSITION OF THE OSMOTROPHS IN THE COMAU FJORD IN SOUTHERN CHILE

Olsen, L. M., NTNU, Dept. of Sociology and Political Science, Norway, lasse.mork.olsen@ntnu.no; Hernandez, K. L., Universidad Austral de Chile, Instituto de Biologia Marina, Chile, klhr2009@gmail.com; Ardelan, M. V., NTNU, Dept. of Chemistry, Norway, murato@nt.ntnu.no; Iriarte, J. L., Universidad Austral de Chile, Instituto de Acuicultura, Chile, jiriarte@uach.cl; Olsen, Y., NTNU, Dept. of Biology, Norway, yngvar.olsen@bio.ntnu.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/effect-of-ammonium-addition-on-the-microbial-food-web-structure-and-community-composition-of-the.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17481 | Poster ID 1734

MARINE DEBRIS DEPOSITION RATES AT THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS RELATIVE TO FORCING FACTORS

Agustin, A. E., University of Hawaii, USA, alyssaAg@hawaii.edu; Potemra, J. T., University of Hawaii, USA, jimp@hawaii.edu; Merrifield, M. A., University of Hawaii, USA, markm@soest.hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17523 | Poster ID 1735

SEASONAL AND SPATIAL CHANGES IN MICROPLASTIC DEBRIS IN A NATIONAL PARK LAGOON

Richard, H. L., Romberg Tiburon Center, USA, heatherlanderkin.r@gmail.com; Carpenter, E. J., Romberg Tiburon Center, USA, ecarpent@sfsu.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17714 | Poster ID 1736

CHARACTERIZING MICROPLASTICS FROM SURFACE WATERS FROM THE WEST COAST OF VANCOUVER ISLAND TO PUGET SOUND, WASHINGTON

Masura, J. E., Center for Urban Waters, University of Washington Tacoma, USA, jmasura@u.washington.edu; Baker, J. E., Center for Urban Waters, University of Washington Tacoma, USA, jebaker@u.washington.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17842 | Poster ID 1737

CROSS-OCEAN PLASTIC MICROBIOME DYNAMICS: TOWARDS A GLOBAL VIEW OF OCEAN PLASTIC BIOFILM COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

Duhaime, M. B., University of Michigan, USA, duhaimem@umich.edu; Oberbeckmann, S., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany, sonja.oberbeckmann@io-warnemuende.de;

ePoster Link: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~duhaimem/plastic.htm

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18030 | Poster ID 1738

IMPACT OF INCREASING ICE MELT ON OCEAN CIRCULATION AND STORMS

Hansen, J., , USA, jimehansen@gmail.com; Hearty, P., , USA, ; Ruedy, R., , USA, ; Sato, M., , USA, ; Bauer, M., , USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18040 | Poster ID 1739

FLUX OF MARINE DEBRIS ON SEA TURTLE NESTING BEACHES AND THE IMPACTS OF SMALL-SCALE STORMS, LITTLE CAYMAN ISLAND

James, R. A., Kean University, USA, rjames@kean.edu; Camp, L. A., Kean University, USA, campla@kean.edu; Savva, L., Kean University, USA, savvan@kean.edu; davidson, J., Kean University, USA, davidsoj@kean.edu; Lemchak, K., Kean University, , lemchak@kean.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.kean.edu

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13642 | Poster ID 2888

IMPROVING THE REPRESENTATION OF THE RESPONSE OF GLOBAL OCEAN CHLOROPHYLL TO CLIMATE VARIABILITY: COMBINING IN SITU DATA, SATELLITE DATA, AND MODELS

Gregg, W., NASA/GSFC/GMAO, USA, watson.gregg@nasa.gov; Rousseaux, C., NASA/GSFC/GMAO, , ceceile.rousseauz@nasa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13954 | Poster ID 2913

CONSEQUENCES OF CHANGING HIGH PRESSURE ZONES ON FUTURE COASTAL UPWELLING

Brady, R. X., University of South Carolina, USA, rileyx@gmail.com; Rykaczewski, R. R., University of South Carolina, USA, ryk@sc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/consequences-of-changing-high-pressure-zones-on-future-coastal-upwelling

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14724 | Poster ID 2914

ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO GLOBAL CHANGE IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN MODEL

XU, Y., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, xyf@mail.iap.ac.cn; Ba, Q., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14730 | Poster ID 2915

LARGE-SCALE CLIMATE CONTROL OF ZOOPLANKTON TRANSPORT AND BIOGEOGRAPHY IN THE KUROSHIO-OYASHIO EXTENSION REGION

Chiba, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, chibas@jamstec.go.jp; Di Lorenzo, E., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, edl@gatech.edu; Davis, A., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, andrew.davis@gatech.edu; Keister, J. E., University of Washington, USA, jkeister@u.washington.edu; Taguchi, B., JAMSTEC, Japan, bunmei@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14895 | Poster ID 2916

VARIABILITY IN THERMAL HABITAT DYNAMICS FOR A PELAGIC FORAGE FISH ESTIMATED BY COUPLING A THERMAL NICHE MODEL TO A HYDRODYNAMIC OCEAN MODEL

Palamara, L., Rutgers University Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, USA, palamara@marine.rutgers.edu; Manderson, J., NMFS NEFSC, USA, john.manderson@noaa.gov; Kohut, J., Rutgers University Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, USA, kohut@marine.rutgers.edu; Curchitser, E., Rutgers University Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, USA, enrique@marine.rutgers.edu; Kang, D., Rutgers University Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, USA, dujuan@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15303 | Poster ID 2917

AN ASSESSMENT OF OPTICAL AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL MULTI-DECADAL TRENDS IN THE SARGASSO SEA

Allen, J. G., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, jgallen@eri.ucsb.edu; Siegel, D. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, davey@eri.ucsb.edu; Nelson, N. B., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, norm@eri.ucsb.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16009 | Poster ID 2962

EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON MARINE ECOSYSTEM IN THE JAPAN SEA

Watanabe, T., Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute, Japan, tatsuro@fra.affrc.go.jp; Igeta, Y., Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute, Japan, igeta@affrc.go.jp; Takayama, K., Research Institute for Applied Mechanics, Kyushu University, Japan, katsumit@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16405 | Poster ID 2963

THE IMPACT OF SMALL-SCALE PHYSICAL VARIABILITY ON LARGE-SCALE CARBON CYCLING AND ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS

Levine, N. M., University of Southern California, USA, n.levine@usc.edu;

151 - Microbial growth factors in the sea: Characterizing their importance at the molecular to ecosystem level

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13996 | Poster ID 551

THE ROLE OF B1 AND OTHER B-VITAMINS AT THE OLIGOTROPHIC STATION ALOHA DURING NATURAL AND INDUCED BLOOM CONDITIONS

del Valle, D. A., University of Hawaii - Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, USA, dadv@hawaii.edu; Martínez-García, S., University of Hawaii - Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, USA, ; Suffridge, C., University of Southern California, USA, ; Cutter, L., University of Southern California, , ; Sañudo-Wilhelmy, S. A., University of Southern California, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14000 | Poster ID 552

MICROBIAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISSOLVED VITAMIN POOL IN COASTAL WASHINGTON

Heal, K. R., University of Washington, USA, kheal@uw.edu; Truxal Carlson, L., University of Washington, USA, truxal@uw.edu; Ingalls, A. E., University of Washington, USA, aingalls@uw.edu; Coyote, W., Evergreen State College, USA, ; Stahl, D. A., University of Washington, USA, dastahl@uw.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14144 | Poster ID 553

A MODEL SYSTEM DEMONSTRATES THAT ALGAE ACQUIRE VITAMIN B12 DIRECTLY FROM BACTERIA.

Kazamia, E., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, elena.kazamia@gmail.com; Helliwell, K. E., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, keh53@cam.ac.uk; Grant, M. A., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, maag2@cam.ac.uk; Cicuta, P., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, pc245@cam.ac.uk; Smith, A. G., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, as25@cam.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14257 | Poster ID 554

AN OUTER MEMBRANE RECEPTOR CRITICAL FOR EXOGENOUS HEME UTILIZATION IN A MARINE ROSEOBACTER

Hogle, S. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, shogle@ucsd.edu; Brahamsha, B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, bbrahamsha@ucsd.edu; Barbeau, K. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, kbarbeau@ucsd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://slhogle.wordpress.com/about/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15172 | Poster ID 555

POTENTIAL SEDIMENTARY FLUX OF B-VITAMINS TO THE WATER COLUMN OF SANTA MONICA BASIN, CA

Monteverde, D. R., University of Southern California, USA, dmonteve@usc.edu; Cutter, L., University of Southern California, , lcutter@usc.edu; Chong, L., University of Southern California, , chongl@usc.edu; Berelson, W., University of Southern California, USA, berelson@usc.edu; Sanudo-Wilhelmy, S., University of Southern California, USA, sanudo@usc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/potential-sediment-flux-of-b-vitamins-to-the-water-column-of-santa-monica-basin-ca.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15257 | Poster ID 556

ESTABLISHING B-VITAMIN QUOTAS IN PHYTOPLANKTON: THE DEVLOPMENT OF A TECHNIQUE TO SIMULTANEOUSLY DETERMINE PARTICULATE B-VITAMIN CONCENTRATIONS IN SEAWATER

Suffridge, C. P., University of Southern California, USA, suffridg@usc.edu; Cutter, L. S., University of Southern California, USA, lcutter@usc.edu; Webb, E. A., University of Southern California, USA, eawebb@usc.edu; Sanudo-Wilhelmy, S. A., University of Southern California, USA, sanudo@usc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/establishing-b-vitamin-quotas-in-phytoplankton-the-development-of-a-technique-to-simultaneously.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15370 | Poster ID 557

INFLUENCE OF IRON AND EXTERNAL BIOTIN ON BIOTIN METABOLISM IN A MARINE DIATOM

Cohen, N. R., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, cnatalie@email.unc.edu; Marchetti, A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, amarchet@email.unc.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15597 | Poster ID 558

GRAZING ON MARINE SYNECHOCOCCUS BY NEW MARINE HETEROTROPHIC NANOFLAGELLATES ISOLATES

Paz-Yepes, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jpazyepes@ucsd.edu; Palenik, B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jpazyepes@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16257 | Poster ID 559

UNRAVELLING THE EVOLUTIONARY FORCES THAT SHAPE THE VITAMIN B12 REQUIREMENTS OF ALGAE

Helliwell, K. E., Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, keh53@cam.ac.uk; Collins, S., School of Biological Sciences, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, s.collins@ed.ac.uk; Kazamia, E., Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, ek288@cam.ac.uk; Smith, A. G., Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, as25@cam.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16584 | Poster ID 560

EQUIPPED TO DEAL WITH SCARCITY: EXAMINING THE B1 PHYSIOLOGY OF A VITAMIN B1 AUXOTROPHIC ALPHAPROTEOBACTERIUM

Paerl, R. W., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rpaerl@ucsd.edu; Palenik, B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, bpalenik@ucsd.edu; Azam, F., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, fazam@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17391 | Poster ID 561

BACTERIAL SPHINGOLIPID SIGNALING IN CHOANOFLAGELLATES

Alegado, R. A., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, rosie.alegado@hawaii.edu; Betin, V., University of California Berkeley, USA, vibetin@gmail.com; Beemelsmanns, C., Harvard Medical School, USA, cbeemelmanns@googlemail.com; Clardy, J., Harvard Medical School, USA, jon_clardy@hms.harvard.edu; King, N., Howard Hughes Medical Institute; UC Berkeley, USA, nking@berkeley.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17887 | Poster ID 562

A BACTERIAL SYMBIONT THAT SHAPES THE LIFE HISTORY OF ITS TINY HOST, EMILIANA HUXLEYI

Case, R. J., University of Alberta, Canada, rcase@ualberta.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17919 | Poster ID 640

GENOMIC VIEW OF THE SOURCES AND SINKS OF MARINE B VITAMINS

Webb, E. A., USC, USA, eawebb@usc.edu; Gómez-Consarnau, L., USC, USA, lauraconsarnau@gmail.com; Suffridge, C. P., USC, USA, suffridg@usc.edu; Sanudo-Wilhelmy, S. A., USC, USA, sanudo@usc.edu>;

157 - Habitat Modeling and Ecosystem Based Resource Management

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13453 | Poster ID 1936

OPTIMIZATION OF SAMPLING EFFORT FOR A FISHERY-INDEPENDENT SURVEY WITH MULTIPLE OBJECTIVES

Xu, B., Ocean University of China, China, bdxu@ouc.edu.cn; Zhang, C., Ocean University of China, China, zclbreeze@gmail.com; Xue, Y., Ocean University of China, China, xueying@ouc.edu.cn; Ren, Y., Ocean University of China, China, renyip@ouc.edu.cn; Chen, Y., University of Maine, USA, ychen@maine.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13545 | Poster ID 1937

EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL DATA QUALITY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELS.

Pennino, M. G., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), France, maria-grazia.pennino@ird.fr; Kaplan, D., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), France, ; Ménard, F., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), France, ; Aumont, O., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans (LPO), France, ; Romanov, E. V., PROSPER Project, France, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13705 | Poster ID 1938

FISHING SELECTIVITY INDUCED THE CHANGES ON AGE STRUCTURE AND SIZE AT AGE OF HAIRTAIL (TRICHIURUS LEPTURUS) IN THE EAST CHINA SEA, CHINA

Sun, P., Ocean University of China, China, sunbird1103@sina.com; Liang, Z., Ocean University of China, China, liang@ouc.edu.cn; He, X., Ocean University of China, , ; Tang, Y., Ocean University of China, China, tangyanli@ouc.edu.cn; Huang, L., Ocean University of China, China, huangly@ouc.edu.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14221 | Poster ID 1939

HABITAT MODELING FOR FISHERIES INDEPENDENT TRAP SURVEYS

Roffer, M. A., Roffer's Ocean Fishing Forecasting Service, Inc., USA, roffers@bellsouth.net; Muhling, B., University of Miami Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies, USA, barbara.muhling@noaa.gov; Pugliese, R., South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council, USA, roger.pugliese@safmc.net; Reichert, M., South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, USA, ReichertM@dnr.sc.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.roffs.com/

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14253 | Poster ID 1940

DISSEMINATION OF POTENTIAL FISHING ZONE PREDICTION MAP OF JAPANESE COMMON SQUID IN THE COASTAL WATER, SOUTHWESTERN HOKKAIDO, JAPAN

Saitoh, S., Hokkaido University/Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Japan, ssaitoh@salmon.fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Zhang, X., Hokkaido University/Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Japan, xun@salmon.fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Hirawake, T., Hokkaido University/Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Japan, hirawake@salmon.fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Nakada, S., Kyoto University/Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education, Japan, nakada.satoshi.2w@kyoto-u.ac.jp; Ishikawa, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, ishikaway@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14510 | Poster ID 1941

EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATE VARIABILITY ON SUMMER POTENTIAL HABITAT OF NEON FLYING SQUID IN CENTRAL NORTH PACIFIC

Alabia, I. D., Hokkaido University, Japan, irenealabia@gmail.com; Saitoh, S., Hokkaido University, Japan, ssaitoh@salmon.fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Igarashi, H., Japan Agency for Marine Earth-Science and Technology, Japan, higarashi@jamstec.go.jp; Ishikawa, Y., Japan Agency for Marine Earth-Science and Technology, Japan, ishikaway@jamstec.go.jp; Awaji, T., Kyoto University, Japan, awaji@kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15119 | Poster ID 1942

RESOLVING BIOGEOGRAPHIC PATTERNS IN THE DEEP SEA: USING REMOTELY SENSED DATA TO PREDICT THE LOCATIONS OF SPATIALLY RARE BUT ECOLOGICALLY VITAL CORALS

Georgian, S. E., Temple University, USA, georgian@temple.edu; Shedd, W., Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USA, william.shedd@boem.gov; Cordes, E. E., Temple University, USA, ecordes@temple.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15286 | Poster ID 1943

IDENTIFYING SUITABLE HABITATS FOR THE RED HIND GROUPER (EPINEPHELUS GUTTATUS) IN THE PUERTO RICAN ARCHIPELAGO BASED ON THE STRUCTURAL COMPLEXITY OF HABITATS

Rincón-Díaz, M. P., Oregon State University. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, USA, patricia.rincon-diaz@oregonstate.edu; Ortíz-Rosa, S., USDA Forest Service International Institute of Tropical Forestry. GIS and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Puerto Rico, suhey.ortiz.pr@gmail.com; Gould, W. A., USDA Forest Service International Institute of Tropical Forestry. GIS and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Puerto Rico, wgould@fs.fed.us;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15900 | Poster ID 1944

STATIC AND DYNAMIC HABITAT FEATURES AS DETERMINANTS OF COD RECRUITMENT OFF NEWFOUNDLAND

Anderson, M. R., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, m.robin.anderson@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Gregory, R. S., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, Robert.Gregory@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16098 | Poster ID 1946

A SIMPLE BIAS CORRECTION TO IMPROVE BOTTOM TEMPERATURE ESTIMATION

Schmidt, A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, aschmidt@umassd.edu; Georgas, N., Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, ngeorgas@stevens.edu; Manderson, J., Northeast Fisheries Science Center - NOAA, USA, john.manderson@noaa.gov; Kohut, J., Rutgers, IMCS, USA, kohut@marine.rutgers.edu; Gangopadhyay, A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, avijit.gangopadhyay@umassd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16221 | Poster ID 1947

THE EFEFCT OF PHYSICAL CHANGES ON THE LIFE HISTORY OF PELAGIC SPECIES IN THE GULF OF MAINE

Golet, W. J., University of Maine, USA, walter.golet@maine.edu; Record, N. R., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, nrecord@bigelow.org; Lehuta, S., Ifremer, France, sigridlehuta@gmail.com; Galuardi, B., UMass Amherst, USA, galuardi@eco.umass.edu; Cooper, A. B., Simon Fraser University, Canada, andrew_cooper@sfu.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16438 | Poster ID 1948

DEVELOPING A HABITAT SUITABILITY MODEL FOR BLACK SEA BASS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Almodovar Acevedo, L., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, lcalmodovaracevedo@umes.edu; Hasan, M., NOAA-Chesapeake Bay Office, USA, mejs.hasan@noaa.gov; Townsend, H. M., NOAA-Chesapeake Bay Office, USA, howard.townsend@noaa.gov; Stevens, B. G., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, bgstevens@umes.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16713 | Poster ID 1949

A HIERARCHICAL BAYESIAN FRAMEWORK TO INFER CETACEAN POPULATION DENSITY: THE ROLE OF WATER-COLUMN STRUCTURE

Pardo, M. A., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, m.pardo@comunidad.unam.mx; Gerrodette, T., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NMFS, SWFSC, Marine Mammal and Turtle Division, USA, Tim.Gerrodette@noaa.gov; Beier, E., Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada, Unidad La Paz, Mexico, ebeier@cicese.mx; Gendron, D., Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Mexico, dgendron@ipn.mx; Redfern, J., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NMFS, SWFSC, Marine Mammal and Turtle Division, USA, Jessica.Redfern@noaa.gov;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16792 | Poster ID 1950

SATELLITE IMAGERY TO DETERMINE SPRING PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM DYNAMICS FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN THE STRAIT OF GEORGIA, CANADA.

Carswell, T. K., University of Victoria, Canada, carswell@uvic.ca; Costa, M. P., University of Victoria, Canada, Maycira@uvic.ca; Young, E. L., University of Victoria, Canada, ey@uvic.ca; Sweeting, R. M., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Biological Station, Canada, Ruston.Sweeting@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Gower, J., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, Jim.Gower@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17444 | Poster ID 1951

MEASURING OPEN WATER FRACTION AND FLOE SIZE DISTRIBUTION IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN ICE PACK USING HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITE IMAGES

Sommers, L. A., California State University Monterey Bay, USA, lsommers@csumb.edu; Stanton, T. P., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, stanton@nps.edu; Shaw, W., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, wjshaw@nps.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18081 | Poster ID 1952

USE OF BATHYMETRIC PROXIES TO PREDICT THE LOCATION OF VULNERABLE MARINE SPECIES, COMMUNITIES, HABITATS AND ECOSYSTEMS IN DATA POOR REGIONS.

Heupel, E. E., University of Connecticut, USA, eric@heupel.com; Auster, P. J., University of Connecticut, USA, peter.auster@uconn.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.marinesciences.uconn.edu/

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

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12986 | Poster ID 1342

DISTRIBUTED SOURCE PHYSICS OF INTERNAL TIDE HORIZONTAL BEAM PATTERNS NEAR SHELFBREAK CANYONS

Zhang, W. G., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, wzhang@whoi.edu; Duda, T. F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tduda@whoi.edu; Udovydchenkov, I. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ilya@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.whoi.edu/fileserver.do?id=176304&pt=2&p=126251

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13206 | Poster ID 1343

IMPROVED RANS MODELING OF STABLY STRATIFIED WALL-BOUNDED TURBULENT FLOWS

Karimpour, F., Colorado State University, USA, fkarimpour@gmail.com; Venayagamoorthy, S. K., Colorado State University, USA, vskaran@colostate.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13249 | Poster ID 1344

AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF NONLINEAR ENERGY TRANSFER FROM THE M2 INTERNAL TIDE TO DIURNAL WAVE MOTIONS IN THE KAUAI CHANNEL, HAWAII

Chou, S. H., University of Hawaii, USA, schou@hawaii.edu; Luther, D. S., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Guiles, M. D., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Carter, G. S., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Decloedt, T., University of Hawaii, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/an-empirical-investigation-of-nonlinear-energy-transfer-from-the-m2-internal-tide-to-diurnal-wave.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13351 | Poster ID 1345

THE GENERATION OF MODE-1 AND MODE-2 NONLINEAR INTERNAL WAVES ON THE UPSTREAM SIDE OF A LARGE SILL OF THE MASCARENE RIDGE (INDIAN OCEAN).

da Silva, J. C., University of Porto, Portugal, jdasilva@fc.up.pt; Buijsman, M. C., University of New Orleans, USA, maarten.buijsman@noaa.gov; Magalhaes, J. M., University of Porto, Portugal, jmagalhaes@fc.ul.pt;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13452 | Poster ID 1346

GLOBAL ESTIMATES OF INTERNAL WAVE ENERGY FLUX RADIATING FROM GEOSTROPHIC FLOWS BASED ON A HIGH-RESOLUTION NUMERICAL MODEL

Tanaka, Y., Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, yuki.tanaka@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Hibiya, T., Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, hibiya@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Sasaki, H., The earth simulator center, Japan agency for marine-earth science and technology, Japan, sasaki@jamstec.go.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13456 | Poster ID 1373

ASSESSMENT OF FINE-SCALE PARAMETERIZATIONS OF TURBULENT DISSIPATION IN THE VICINITY OF DEEP OCEAN MIXING HOTSPOTS

Toshiyuki, H., The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, hibiya@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Naoki, F., National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan, furuichi.naoki@nies.go.jp; Robertson, R., The University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia, R.Robertson@adfa.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13522 | Poster ID 1374

THE NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF INTERNAL WAVE PROPAGATION AT MALIN SHELF

WANG, J., Ocean University of China, China, wjing@ouc.edu.cn; LI, X. Y., Ocean University of China, China, ; ZHANG, X. D., Ocean University of China, China, ; SUN, M. L., Ocean University of China, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13713 | Poster ID 1375

TOPOGRAPHICALLY INDUCED INTERNAL SOLITARY WAVES IN A PYCNOCLINE: A COUPLED NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY.

Dossmann, Y., The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, yvan.dossmann@anu.edu.au; Paci, A., CNRM-GAME/GMEI/SPEA, Toulouse, France, alexandre.paci@meteo.fr; Auclair, F., Laboratoire d'Aerologie, Toulouse, France, francis.auclair@aero.obs-mip.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/topographically-induced-internal-solitary-waves-in-a-pycnocline-a-combined-numerical-and

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13798 | Poster ID 1376

TEMPORAL VARIABILITY IN THE INTERNAL WAVE FIELD AND VERTICAL MIXING: THE INFLUENCE OF STRONG CURRENTS

Köhler, J., University of Bremen, Germany, jannak@uni-bremen.de; Mertens, C., University of Bremen, Germany, cmertens@physik.uni-bremen.de; Walter, M., University of Bremen, Germany, mwalter@physik.uni-bremen.de; Rhein, M., University of Bremen, Germany, mrhein@physik.uni-bremen.de; Kanzow, T., Geomar, Germany, tkanzow@geomar.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13838 | Poster ID 1377

STORMS MODIFY BAROCLINIC ENERGY FLUX IN THE CELTIC SEA

Stephenson, G. R., Bangor University, United Kingdom, g.stephenson@bangor.ac.uk; Hopkins, J. E., National Oceanography Centre - Liverpool, United Kingdom, jeh200@noc.ac.uk; Green, J. M., Bangor University, United Kingdom, m.green@bangor.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14230 | Poster ID 1378

CRITICAL REFLECTION OF INERTIAL WAVES OFF THE SEA SURFACE AT OCEAN FRONTS

Grisouard, N., Stanford University, USA, nicolas.grisouard@stanford.edu; Thomas, L. N., Stanford University, USA, leift@stanford.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/critical-reflection-of-inertial-waves-off-the-sea-surface-at-ocean-fronts-1.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14269 | Poster ID 1379

INTERACTION OF INTERNAL TIDES WITH MESOSCALE CIRCULATION IN THE UPPER TROPICAL WESTERN ATLANTIC: OBSERVATIONS FROM LONG (10+ YRS) TIME SERIES

Nam, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, sunam@ucsd.edu; Lankhorst, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, ; Send, U., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14617 | Poster ID 1418

TIDALLY DRIVEN TURBULENCE OVER TOPOGRAPHY ABOVE THE TURNING LATITUDE

Musgrave, R. C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rmusgrave@ucsd.edu; MacKinnon, J. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jmackinnon@ucsd.edu; Pinkel, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rpinkel@ucsd.edu; Nash, J., Oregon State University, USA, nash@coas.oregonstate.edu; Waterhouse, A. F., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, awaterhouse@ucsd.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14828 | Poster ID 1419

HIGH RESOLUTION MEASUREMENTS OF TURBULENT CONVECTION GENERATED BY INTERNAL WAVES RADIATING FROM THE BASE OF A SLOPE CURRENT

Hosegood, P. J., Plymouth University, United Kingdom, phil.hosegood@plymouth.ac.uk; van Haren, H., Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research, Netherlands, hans.van.haren@nioz.nl;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14869 | Poster ID 1420

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF DIURNAL AND SEMIDIURNAL PARAMETRIC SUBHARMONIC INSTABILITY IN A GLOBAL OCEAN CIRCULATION MODEL

Ansong, J. K., University of Michigan, USA, jkansong@umich.edu; Arbic, B. K., University of Michigan, USA, arbic@umich.edu; Simmons, H. L., University of Alaska-Fairbanks, USA, harper.simmons@gmail.com; Alford, M. H., Applied Physics Laboratory and School of Oceanography, USA, malford@apl.washington.edu; Timko, P. G., Bangor University, United Kingdom, p.timko@bangor.ac.uk;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15080 | Poster ID 1421

TIDALLY-FORCED TURBULENCE ON A SLOPE IN LUZON STRAIT

Pickering, A., University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, apickering@apl.washington.edu; Alford, M., University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, malford@apl.washington.edu; Rainville, L., University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, rainville@apl.washington.edu; Buijsman, M. C., University of New Orleans, USA, mbuijsma@uno.edu; Nash, J., Oregon State University, USA, nash@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/tidally-forced-turbulence-on-a-slope-in-luzon-strait.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15238 | Poster ID 1422

NON-LINEAR INTERACTIONS OF INTERNAL TIDES IN A HIGH RESOLUTION OCEAN CIRCULATION AND TIDE MODEL

Müller, M., Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway, maltem@met.no; Arbic, B. K., University of Michigan, USA, arbic@umich.edu; Richman, J. G., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, james.richman@nrlssc.navy.mil; Shriver, J. F., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, jay.shriver@nrlssc.navy.mil; Wallcraft, A. J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, Alan.Wallcraft@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15343 | Poster ID 1423

FLUCTUATIONS IN THE ACOUSTIC ARRIVAL STRUCTURE OF A LOW-FREQUENCY SIGNAL TRANSMITTED THROUGH THE NORTHEASTERN SOUTH CHINA SEA BASIN

Chiu, C., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, chiu@nps.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15398 | Poster ID 1424

GLOBAL PATTERNS OF INTERNAL WAVE GENERATION AND DIAPYCNAL MIXING: IMPORTANCE OF THE SLOPES

Waterhouse, A. F., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, awaterhouse@ucsd.edu; Kelly, S., University of Minnesota, Duluth, USA, skelly.oceanography@gmail.com; MacKinnon, J. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jmackinn@ucsd.edu; Alford, M., Applied Physics Lab, University of Washington, USA, malford@apl.washington.edu; Simmons, H., University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA, hsimmons@sfos.uaf.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15488 | Poster ID 1449

LATITUDE EFFECTS ON INTERNAL TIDES AND TIDAL MIXING

Robertson, R., Univ. New South Wales Canberra, Australia, r.robertson@adfa.edu.au; Kobashi, D., Griffith University, Australia, d.kobashi@griffith.edu.au;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15792 | Poster ID 1450

NEAR INERTIAL WAVES IN THE TROPICAL INDIAN OCEAN: ENERGY FLUXES AND DISSIPATION

Soares, S. M., University of Hawaii, USA, saulo@hawaii.edu; Richards, K. J., University of Hawaii, International Pacific Research Center, USA, rkelvin@hawaii.edu; Natarov, A., University of Hawaii, International Pacific Research Center, USA, natarov@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/near-inertial-waves-in-the-tropical-indian-ocean-energy-fluxes-and-dissipation.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15916 | Poster ID 1451

EDDY EFFECTS ON SUBTIDAL CURRENTS IN THE SOUTHERN OPENING OF TAIWAN STRAIT

Tsai, Y., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, r99241101@ntu.edu.tw; Tang, T., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ; Ko, D., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, dong.ko@nrlssc.navy.mil; Wang, J., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, wang@oc.ntu.edu.tw; Yang, Y., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, dr.yjyang@gmail.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16015 | Poster ID 1452

VORTEX AND INTERNAL WAVES INTERACTIONS

Ito, K., Hokkaido University, Japan, k-ito@lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp; Nakamura, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, nakamura@lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16341 | Poster ID 1453

FINESCALE VERTICAL KINETIC ENERGY, TURBULENCE AND MIXING

Thurnherr, A. M., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, athurnherr@yahoo.com; St. Laurent, L. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Richards, K. J., University of Hawaii, USA, ; Toole, J. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Kunze, E., APL University of Washington, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16406 | Poster ID 1454

INTERNAL-TIDE INTERACTIONS WITH THE SHELFBREAK FRONT AND GULF STREAM

Kelly, S. M., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, samkelly@mit.edu; Lermusiaux, P. F., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, pierrel@mit.edu; Haley, P. J., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, phaley@mit.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16687 | Poster ID 1455

SCATTERING OF THE LOW-MODE INTERNAL TIDE AT THE LINE ISLANDS RIDGE

Haji, M. N., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, mhaji@mit.edu; Peacock, T., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, tomp@mit.edu; Johnston, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, shaunj@ucsd.edu; Carter, G., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, , gscarter@hawaii.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16837 | Poster ID 1496

A PARAMETRIC STUDY OF NONLINEAR AND NONHYDROSTATIC EFFECTS ON INTERNAL TIDE GENERATION OVER A SUBMERGED RIDGE

Tahvildari, N., Stanford University, USA, navidt@stanford.edu; Peacock, T., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, tomp@mit.edu; Fringer, O. B., Stanford University, USA, fringer@stanford.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/a-parametric-study-of-nonlinear-and-nonhydrostatic-effects-on-internal-tide-generation-over-a.pdf

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16940 | Poster ID 1497

ENERGETIC LEE WAVES AND MIXING IN LUZON STRAIT

Pinkel, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rpinkel@ucsd.edu; Lucas, A. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ajlucas@ucsd.edu; Musgrave, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rmusgrave@ucsd.edu; Buijsman, M., University of New Orleans, USA, maarten.buijsman@noaa.gov; Klymak, J., University of Victoria, Canada, jklymak@uvic.ca;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17372 | Poster ID 1498

A CLOSE-UP OBSERVATION OF HIGH FREQUENCY INTERNAL WAVES DURING EQUATORMIX EXPERIMENT

Nguyen, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, snguyen@opg1.ucsd.edu; Pinkel, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rpinkel@ucsd.edu; Smith, J. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jasmith@ucsd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/a-close-up-observation-of-high-frequency-internal-waves-during-equatormix-experiment-1

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17938 | Poster ID 1499

OBSERVATIONS AND MODELING OF UPPER OCEAN MIXING IN THE WESTERN EQUATORIAL PACIFIC

Natarov, A., University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA, natarov@hawaii.edu; Richards, K. J., University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA, rkelvin@hawaii.edu;

164 - Deep sea geology

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13437 | Poster ID 443

THE GEOCHEMICAL RECORDS OF GAS HYDRATE DISSOCIATION AND SEAFLOOR METHANE EMISSIONS FROM THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

Wang, S. H., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, wshhsbq@scsio.ac.cn; Yan, W., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, wyan@scsio.ac.cn; Chen, Z., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, chzhsouth@scsio.ac.cn;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13491 | Poster ID 444

IN SITU AND ON-LINE MEASUREMENT OF GAS FLUX OF HYDROCARBON SEEPS ON THE NEAR-SHORE SEAFLOOR OF THE LINGTOU PROMONTORY, NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Pengfei, D., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Science, China, pfd@scsio.ac.cn; Dong, F., outh China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Science, China, feng@scsio.ac.cn; Duofu, C., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Science, China, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13493 | Poster ID 445

GLOBAL CENSUS OF OFFSHORE MUD VOLCANOES: WHAT DO THEY TELL US?

Kioka, A., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, kioka@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Ashi, J., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14358 | Poster ID 446

SURFICIAL PERMEABILITY OF THE AXIAL VALLEY SEAFLOOR: ENDEAVOUR SEGMENT, JUAN DE FUCA RIDGE

Hearn, C. K., University of Rhode Island, USA, caseyhearn@my.uri.edu; Homola, K. L., University of Rhode Island, USA, khomola@my.uri.edu; Johnson, H. P., University of Washington, USA, johnson@ocean.washington.edu;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14670 | Poster ID 447

MAGNETIC CHARACTERS OF HYDROTHERMAL VENT FIELDS AND SUBMARINE LAVA FLOWS IN A BACK-ARC SPREADING ENVIRONMENT

Fujii, M., AORI, Univ. Tokyo, Japan, fujii@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Okino, K., AORI, Univ. Tokyo, Japan, fujii@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Honsho, C., AORI, Univ. Tokyo, Japan, fujii@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Mochizuki, N., Kumamoto Univ., Japan, fujii@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14892 | Poster ID 448

SEABED STRUCTURES OF THE SUBDUCTION COMPLEX FROM DEEP-TOW SURVEYS IN THE NORTHERNMOST MANILA SUBDUCTION ZONE

Hsu, S., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, hsu@ncu.edu.tw; Tsai, C., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, ; Lin, S., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, ; Chen, S., Central Geological Survey, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15218 | Poster ID 449

GRAVITY ANOMALY INVESTIGATION ON THE FORMATION AND EVOLUTION OF THE HAWAIIAN JURASSIC QUIET ZONE UPPER OCEANIC LITHOSPHERE

Hart, L. A., Michigan State University, USA, hartlane@msu.edu; Tominaga, M., Michigan State University, USA, tominaga@msu.edu; Tivey, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst., USA, mtivey@whoi.edu; Kinsey, J. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst., USA, jkinsey@whoi.edu; Sager, W. W., University of Houston, USA, wwsager@uh.edu;

ePoster Link: https://www.msu.edu/~tominaga/research_jura.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15561 | Poster ID 450

MORPHOLOGY OF AUSTRALIA’S EASTERN CONTINENTAL SLOPE AND RELATED TSUNAMI HAZARD

Clarke, S., University of Sydney, Australia, samantha.clarke@sydney.edu.au; Hubble, T., University of Sydney, Australia, ; Airey, D., University of Sydney, Australia, ; Yu, P., University of Sydney, Australia, ; Ward, S., University of Santa Cruz, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15738 | Poster ID 451

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIAGENESIS AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SEDIMENTS IN THE SHIKOKU BASIN; PRELIMINARY RESULTS

Lee, G. S., Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Republic Of Korea, leegs@kigam.re.kr; Kim, G. Y., Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Republic Of Korea, gykim@kigam.re.kr; Seo, Y. K., GEMATEK Corp., , seoyk@gematek.com;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15851 | Poster ID 479

EARTHQUAKE-INDUCED METHANE MIGRATION THROUGH THE GAS HYDRATE STABILITY ZONE IN THE SUBDUCTION REGIME OFFSHORE PAKISTAN

Fischer, D., MARUM / University of Bremen, Germany, dfischer@marum.de; Mogollon, J. M., Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, jose.mogollon@awi.de; Strasser, M., ETH Zürich, Switzerland, michael.strasser@erdw.ethz.ch; Pape, T., MARUM / University of Bremen, Germany, tpape@marum.de; Kasten, S., Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, sabine.kasten@awi.de;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16363 | Poster ID 480

ORIGIN OF HYDROTHERMAL DEPOSITS ORGANIC MATTER IN THE MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE AND EAST PACIFIC RISE

Shulga, N. A., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS, Russian Federation, nash.ocean@gmail.com; Peresypkin, V. I., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, RAS, Russian Federation, peresypkin@ocean.ru;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17676 | Poster ID 483

DIVERSITY OF MICROBIAL HABITATS AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES AT LOIHI SEAMOUNT

Glazer, B. T., University of Hawaii, USA, glazer@hawaii.edu; Rogers, K., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA, rogerk5@rpi.edu; Hannides, A., University of Hawaii, USA, hannides@hawaii.edu; Sturm, A., University of Hawaii, , asturm25@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/oceanography/glazer/Brian_T._Glazer/Research.html

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17966 | Poster ID 484

AEROBIC AND MICROAEROPHILIC CARBON-IRON-MANGANESE INTERACTIONS IN SUBSEAFLOOR HYDROTHERMAL FLUIDS AT NORTH POND, MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE

Sturm, A., University of Hawaii, USA, asturm25@hawaii.edu; Toner, B. M., University of Minnesota, USA, ; Girguis, P. R., Harvard University, USA, ; Huber, P. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Glazer, B. T., University of Hawaii, USA, ;

2/24/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18042 | Poster ID 485

ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL PATTERNS AND TRENDS OF SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY IN THE GULF OF MEXICO TO IMPROVE OFFSHORE HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION RISK ASSESSMENTS

Rose, K., U.S. Dept. of Energy, NETL , USA, kelly.rose@netl.doe.gov; Bauer, J., U.S. Dept. of Energy, NETL ORISE Fellow, USA, jennifer.bauer@netl.doe.gov; Disenhof, C., NETL - URS, USA, corinne.disenhof@netl.doe.gov; Mark-Moser, M., U.S. DOE, NETL ORISE Fellow, USA, mackenzie.mark-moser@netl.doe.gov;