Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/25/2014 | 16:00 - 18:00 | POSTER

003 - Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling, Observations, and Prediction

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13094 | Poster ID 677

MODELING TIDAL CIRCULATION AND LARVAL DISPERSION IN THE KENNEBEC AND DAMARISCOTTA RIVER ESTUARIES OF CENTRAL MAINE.

Brooks, D. A., Texas A&M University, USA, dbrooks@ocean.tamu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://boothbay.tamu.edu/kennebec

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13296 | Poster ID 678

MIXING OVER ROUGH TOPOGRAPHY

Gregg, M. C., University of Washington, USA, gregg@apl.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13300 | Poster ID 679

INFLUENCE OF A HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION ARCTIC/SUB-ARCTIC RIVER DISCHARGE AND TEMPERATURE FORCING ON MODELLED NEARSHORE HYDROGRAPHY AND SEA ICE CONDITIONS

Whitefield, J., University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA, jwhitefield@alaska.edu; Winsor, P., University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA, pwinsor@alaska.edu; McClelland, J., University of Texas at Austin, USA, jimm@utexas.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13445 | Poster ID 680

AMPLIFICATION OF COASTAL-TRAPPED WAVES RESONATLY GENERATED BY WIND AROUND THE SADO ISLAND, JAPAN

Yosuke Igeta, Y. I., Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, igeta@affrc.go.jp; Keiichi Yamazaki, K. Y., Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, kyamazaki@affrc.go.jp; Tatsuro Watanabe, T. W., Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, tatsuro@fra.affrc.go.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13476 | Poster ID 681

DEVELOPMENT OF A SUBMESOSCALE MODEL OF THE KUROSHIO SOUTH OF JAPAN BASED ON A SCALE-SELECTIVE DATA ASSIMILATION METHOD

Kuroda, H., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, kurocan@affrc.go.jp; Setou, T., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, setou@affrc.go.jp; Aoki, K., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, kazuaoki@affrc.go.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13928 | Poster ID 682

UPWELLING VARIABILITY IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM FROM A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS WITH ROMS 4D-VAR DATA ASSIMILATION

Jacox, M. G., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, mjacox@ucsc.edu; Moore, A. M., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, ammoore@ucsc.edu; Edwards, C. A., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, cedwards@ucsc.edu; Fiechter, J., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, fiechter@ucsc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/upwelling-variability-in-the-california-current-system-from-a-historical-analysis-with-roms-4d-var.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14042 | Poster ID 683

LINKING DYNAMICS OF TRANSPORT TIMESCALE AND VARIATIONS OF HYPOXIA IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Bo, H., South China University of Technology, China, bohong@scut.edu.cn; Shen, J., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, shen@vims.edu; Hongzhou, X., Sanya Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, hzxu@sidsse.ac.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14091 | Poster ID 684

VALIDATION OF D-FLOW FLEXIBLE MESH FOR NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF STORM SURGE FROM TROPICAL CYCLONES

Burston, J. M., Griffith University, Australia, j.burston@griffith.edu.au; Symonds, A. M., SMEC, Australia, a.symonds@griffith.edu.au; Scheel, F., Deltares, Netherlands, freek.scheel@deltares.nl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14092 | Poster ID 685

NUMERICAL STUDY OF VARIABILITY OF NET VOLUME TRANSPORT ACCORDING TO FRESHWATER DISCHARGE AT SIX CROSS SECTIONS IN YEOUNGSAN RIVER ESTUARY, SOUTH KOREA

Kim, J. W., Inha University, Republic Of Korea, kaonesis@gmail.com; Woo, S. B., Inha University, Republic Of Korea, sbw529@gmail.com; Yoon, B. I., Inha University, Republic Of Korea, obangss@hanmail.net; Song, J. I., Inha University, Republic Of Korea, jisong855@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14205 | Poster ID 686

MODELLING PYCNOCLINE TURBULENCE IN LIVERPOOL BAY

Wihsgott, J. U., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, j.wihsgott@liverpool.ac.uk; Palmer, M. R., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, matthew.palmer@noc.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/modelling-pycnocline-turbulence-in-liverpool-bay.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14541 | Poster ID 711

CROSS-ISOBATH GEOSTROPHIC TRANSPORT (CGT) IN THE CHINA SHELF SEAS

Gan, J. P., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, magan@ust.hk; Liu, Z. Q., he Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, liuzq@ust.hk; Ho, S. H., he Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, hosanho@ust.hk; Liang, L. L., he Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, linglin@ust.hk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14713 | Poster ID 712

RELIABILITY OF LCS DETECTION DEPENDING ON HF-RADAR VELOCITY DATASET

Besio, G., University of Genoa, Italy, giovanni.besio@unige.it; Enrile, F., University of Genoa, Italy, francesco.enrile@hotmail.it; Magaldi, M. G., ISMAR-CNR Spezia, Italy, marcello.magaldi@sp.ismar.cnr.it; Mantovani, C., ISMAR-CNR Spezia, Italy, carlo.mantovani@sp.ismar.cnr.it; Cosoli S, Gerin S, Poulain , P. M., OGS Trieste, Italy, scosoli@ogs.trieste.it;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/reliability-of-lcs-detection-depending-on-hf-radar-velocity-dataset

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14755 | Poster ID 713

WAVE-, HYDRO- AND SEDIMENT- DYNAMICS IN THE GERMAN AND WADDEN SEAS: A FOCUS ON OBSERVATIONS AND NUMERICAL MODELLING

Staneva, J., HZG, Institute for Coastal Research, Germany, joanna.staneva@hzg.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14935 | Poster ID 715

SCALE OF FERTILIZATION SUCCESS IN AN EXPLOITED BROADCAST SPAWNER: FROM AN INDIVIDUAL TO AN ESTUARY

Bayer, S. R., University of Maine, USA, skylar.bayer@maine.edu; Wahle, R. A., University of Maine, USA, richard.wahle@maine.edu; Brady, D. C., University of Maine, USA, damian.brady@maine.edu; Brooks, D. A., Texas A & M University, USA, dabrooks@tamu.edu; Jumars, P. A., University of Maine, USA, jumars@maine.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14991 | Poster ID 716

A TWO-WAY NESTED SIMULATION OF THE OCEANIC CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTHWESTERN ATLANTIC

Combes, V., CEOAS - Oregonstate University, USA, vincent.combes@gmail.com; Matano, R., CEOAS - Oregonstate University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15081 | Poster ID 717

FORECASTING HYPOXIC VOLUME USING A WAVELET BASED NEURAL NETWORK MODEL

Muller, A. C., United States Naval Academy, USA, amuller@usna.edu; Muller, D. L., SRF, USA, riverkeeperdiana@southriverfederation.net;

ePoster Link: http://www.usna.edu/Oceanography/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15209 | Poster ID 718

EXAMINING COASTAL DYNAMICS IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT WITH THE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF IN-SITU GLIDER DATA

Teel, E. N., University of Southern California, USA, elizabeth.teel@gmail.com; Seegers, B. N., University of Southern California, USA, seegers@usc.edu; Jones, B. H., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Burt.Jones@kaust.edu.sa;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15278 | Poster ID 719

INTENSIFICATION OF THE LOOP CURRENT FRONTAL EDDIES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO: MODEL RESULTS CONFRONTED TO SURFACE DRIFTER OBSERVATIONS

Le Henaff, M., University of Miami, RSMAS/CIMAS, USA, mlehenaff@rsmas.miami.edu; Kourafalou, V. H., University of Miami, RSMAS, USA, vkourafalou@rsmas.miami.edu; Morel, Y., LEGOS, France, Yves.Morel@legos.obs-mip.fr; Lumpkin, R., NOAA/AOML, USA, rick.lumpkin@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/intensification-of-the-loop-current-frontal-eddies-in-the-gulf-of-mexico-model-results-confronted

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15441 | Poster ID 720

TOWARD AN IMPROVED SST SIMULATION USING A NET HEAT FLUX CORRECTION SCHEME IN MARGINAL SEAS

Tak, Y. J., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, yjtack1234@nate.com; Cho, Y. K., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, choyk@snu.ac.kr; Seo, G. H., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, seogwangho@gmail.com; Kim, C. S., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, longius@hanmail.net;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15477 | Poster ID 721

IMPACT OF MULTPLE CONSECUTIVE TYPHOONS ON KOREAN COASTAL WATERS

Cho, K., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, kcho@kiost.ac; Park, K., , , ; Hyun, S., , , ; Lim, E., , , ; Han, C., , , ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15529 | Poster ID 722

OVERLAP OF TIDAL WAVES PROPAGATING OPPOSITE DIRECTION IN A NARROW CHANNEL

Kwak, M., Seoul Nataional University, Republic Of Korea, forever-taek@hanmail.net; Cho, Y., Seoul Nataional University, Republic Of Korea, choyk@snu.ac.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15656 | Poster ID 723

APPLICATION OF OPTIMAL INTERPOLATION TO ADCP DATA IN THE IEODO OF KOREA USING FVCOM

Gu, B. H., INHA University, Republic Of Korea, gubonobono@naver.com; Woo, S. B., INHA University, Republic Of Korea, sbwoo@inha.ac.kr; Kim, S. I., korea institute of atmospheric prediction systems, Republic Of Korea, herster00@gmail.com; Kim, M. S., INHA University, , kmspban@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15663 | Poster ID 724

THE CHARACTERISTIC OF ALONG CHANNEL SALINITY DISTRIBUTION IN MACRO TIDAL ESTUARY, GYEONGGI BAY, SOUTH KOREA: FIELD MEASUREMENT AND NUMERICAL MODEL RESULTS

Yoon, B. I., INHA University, Republic Of Korea, obangss@hanmail.net; Woo, S. B., INHA University, Republic Of Korea, sbwoo@inha.ac.kr;

007 - The Role of the Oceans in Climate Change on Interannual, Decadal and Century-Long Time-Scales from Marine Proxy Archives

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13213 | Poster ID 3063

EAST ASIAN WINTER MONSOON RECORDS FROM THE MUD AREA, NORTHERN SHELF OF THE SOUTH CHINA SEA OVER THE LAST 3 KA

Ge, Q., Second Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, gq980447@hotmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13221 | Poster ID 3064

A REDUCTION IN CORAL EXTENSION RATE AND A BASELINE SHIFT IN STABLE ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION: REACTION TO EL NINO-INDUCED CORAL BLEACHING?

Hetzinger, S., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, shetzinger@geomar.de; Pfeiffer, M., Geological Institute, RWTH Aachen University, Germany, pfeiffer@geol.rwth-aachen.de; Dullo, W. C., GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, cdullo@geomar.de; Zinke, J., UWA Oceans Institute & University of Western Australia, Australia, jens.zinke@uwa.edu.au; Garbe-Schönberg, D., Institut für Geowissenschaften, CAU Kiel, Germany, dgs@gpi.uni-kiel.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/a-reduction-in-coral-extension-rate-and-a-baseline-shift-in-stable-isotopic-composition-reaction-to

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13254 | Poster ID 3065

HISTORIC IMPACT OF WATERSHED CHANGE AND SEDIMENTATION TO REEFS ALONG WESTERN GUAM

Prouty, N. G., US Geological Survey, USA, nprouty@usgs.gov; Storlazzi, C. D., US Geological Survey, USA, Curt Storlazzi ; McCutcheon, A. L., University of Guam, USA, amanda.devillers@gmail.com; Cohen, A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, Anne Cohen ; Jenson, J. W., University of Guam, USA, John Jenson ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13276 | Poster ID 3066

ASSESSING THE INFLUENCE OF SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ON CORAL GROWTH AND SR/CA: A REPLICATION STUDY FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

von Reumont, J., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Wischhofstr. 1-3, 24148 Kiel, Germany, jreumont@geomar.de; Hetzinger, S., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Wischhofstr. 1-3, 24148 Kiel, Germany, ; Garbe-Schönberg, D., CAU, Institute of Geosciences, Kiel University, Ludewig-Meyn-Str. 10, 24118 Kiel, Germany, ; Manfrino, C., Department of Geology and Meteorology, Kean University, 1000 Morris Ave, Union, NJ 07083, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13381 | Poster ID 3067

ARAMACC: ADVANCING THE USE OF ANNUALLY-RESOLVED AND ABSOLUTELY-DATED SHELL-BASED PALAEOCEANOGRAPHIC RECORDS FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC REGION

Butler, P. G., Bangor University, United Kingdom, p.g.butler@bangor.ac.uk; Scourse, J. D., Bangor University, United Kingdom, j.d.scourse@bangor.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/aramacc-annually-resolved-archives-of-marine-climate-change.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13468 | Poster ID 3068

SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS IN THE NORTHEASTERN ARABIAN SEA AS A RECORDER FOR ASIAN CLIMATE VARIABILITY DURING THE LAST TWO MILLENNIA

Böll, A., Institute of Biogeochemistry and Marine Chemistry, University of Hamburg, Germany, anna.boell@zmaw.de; Gaye, B., Institute of Biogeochemistry and Marine Chemistry, University of Hamburg, Germany, birgit.gaye@zmaw.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13950 | Poster ID 3069

TESTING THE SR/CA PROXY FOR SST RECONSTRUCTION IN THE CORAL PORITES LUTEA IN GUAM, USA

McCutcheon, A. L., University of Guam Marine Laboratory, USA, amanda.devillers@gmail.com; Raymundo, L. J., University of Guam Marine Laboratory, USA, ; Jenson, J. W., Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific, USA, ; Prouty, N. G., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14088 | Poster ID 3070

ASSESSMENT OF THE MECHANISM OF ELEMENTAL INCORPORATION INTO BIVALVE SHELLS (ARCTICA ISLANDICA) BASED ON ELEMENTAL DISTRIBUTION AT THE MICROSTRUCTURAL SCALE

Shirai, K., Department of Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, kshirai@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Schöne, B. R., Earth System Science Research Center, University of Mainz, Germany, schoeneb@uni-mainz.de; Miyaji, T., Department of Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, tsuzumi@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Radarmacher, P., Earth System Science Research Center, University of Mainz, Germany, ; Krause Jr, R. A., Earth System Science Research Center, University of Mainz, Germany, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14150 | Poster ID 3071

IMPACTS ON THE OCEAN CARBON CYCLE DURING THE PALEOCENE-EOCENE THERMAL MAXIMUM – AN EARTH SYSTEM MODEL STUDY

Heinze, M., Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany, mathias.heinze@zmaw.de; Ilyina, T., Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany, tatiana.ilyina@zmaw.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14285 | Poster ID 3072

A COMPARATIVE HIGH-RESOLUTION STUDY OF &DELTA 15N IN LAMINATED SEDIMENTS AS A PROXY FOR FLUCTUATIONS IN THE INTENSTIY OF OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONES

Tems, C. E., University of Southern California, USA, tems@usc.edu; Berelson, W. M., University of Southern California , USA, berelson@usc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14370 | Poster ID 3073

ASSESSING MILLIMETER-SCALE SR/CA VARIABILITY WITHIN A PORITES LUTEA CORALLITE FAN STRUCTURE FOR IMPROVING CORAL-BASED CLIMATE RECONSTRUCTIONS

Bojarski, A. J., Louisiana State University , USA, abojar1@tigers.lsu.edu ; Delong, K. L., Lousisiana State University , USA, kdelong@lsu.edu; Quinn, T. M., University of Texas at Austin, USA, quinn@utig.ig.utexas.edu; Taylor, F. W., University of Texas at Austin, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14415 | Poster ID 3074

NATURAL VARIABILITY OF THE NORTH PACIFIC GYRE OSCILLATION EXPRESSED IN A CLARION ISLAND CORAL

Sanchez, S. C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, scsanche@ucsd.edu; Charles, C. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, scsanche@ucsd.edu; Carriquiry, J. D., Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanológicas, Mexico, ; Villaescusa, J. A., Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanológicas, Mexico, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15051 | Poster ID 3075

PAN-SVALBARD DECADAL GROWTH RATE VARIABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION IN THE ARCTIC BIVALVE SERRIPES GROENLANDICUS

Carroll, M. L., Akvaplan-niva, Norway, mc@akvaplan.nva.no; Ambrose, W. G., Bates College, USA, wambrose@bates.edu; Locke, W. L., Bates College, USA, wlocke@bates.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/pan-svalbard-decadal-growth-rate-variability-and-environmental-regulation-in-the-arctic-bivalve

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15448 | Poster ID 3076

EOLIAN PARTICLES IN MARINE LAMINATED SEDIMENTS FOR UPWELLING FAVORABLE-SOUTHERLY WINDS RECONSTRUCTIONS IN THE EASTERN BOUNDARY HUMBOLDT CURRENT SYSTEM

Flores-Aqueveque, V., University of Chile, Chile, v.flores.a@gmail.com; Alfaro, S., LISA, UMR CNR/INSU 7583 / Universités de Paris-Est Créteil et Paris–Diderot, France, Stephane.Alfaro@lisa.u-pec.fr; Vargas, G., University of Chile, Chile, gvargas@ing.uchile.cl; Rutllant, J., University of Chile / Center for Advanced Studies in Arid Zones, Chile, jrutllan@dgf.uchile.cl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15480 | Poster ID 3077

CORAL MULTIPLE PROXY APPROACH TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF COASTAL LAND USE ON REEF ENVIRONMENTS AND CORAL GROWTH

Watanabe, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, nabe@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Miyaji, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, tsuzumi@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Yamazaki, A., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute ,The University of Tokyo, Japan, zaki@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Inoue, M., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute , The University of Tokyo, Japan, mayuri-inoue@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Sowa, K., Hokkaido University, Japan, sowa@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15572 | Poster ID 3141

CALIBRATION OF CORAL SR/CA VARIATIONS AND GROWTH RATES IN MONTASTRAEA FAVEOLATA COLONIES IN VERACRUZ, MEXICO

Cobb, R. M., Louisiana State University, USA, rcobb3@lsu.edu; DeLong, K. L., Louisiana State University, USA, kdelong@lsu.edu; Richey, J. N., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, jrichey@usgs.gov; Flannery, J. A., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, jflannery@usgs.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15689 | Poster ID 3142

THE POTENTIAL OF TRIDACNA SHELLS AS A MICROANALYTICAL REFERENCE MATERIAL FOR BIOGENIC CARBONATE

Amini, M., University of British Columbia, Canada, mamini@eos.ubc.ca>; Jacob, D. E., Macquarie University, Australia, dorrit.jacob@mq.edu.au; Shirai, K., University of Tokyo, Japan, kshirai@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Watanabe, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, nabe@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Weis, D., University of British Columbia, Canada, dweis@eos.ubc.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15814 | Poster ID 3143

THAT THE ATLANTIC MULTIDECADAL OSCILLATION (AMO)LEADS CHINA SURFACE AIR TEMPERATURES ALSO EXISTS IN THE PRE-INDUSTRIAL PERIOD

Li, S., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, shuanglin.li@mail.iap.ac.cn; Jing, Y., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, yuanyuan.jing@mail.iap.ac.cn; Luo, F., Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, luofeifei212@mail.iap.ac.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15857 | Poster ID 3144

SEASONAL TO DECADAL CLIMATE SIGNALS IN SKELETAL GROWTH AND TRACE ELEMENTS OF THE PACIFIC SCLEROSPONGES

Ohmori, K., Hokkaido university, Japan, kazuto@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Watanabe, T., Hokkaido university, Japan, nabe@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15915 | Poster ID 3145

CORAL SR/CA RECORDS FROM ENGGANO ISLAND (INDONESIA): PROXY RECORDS OF IOD-INDUCED UPWELLING AND MEAN SST IN THE EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN

Pfeiffer, M., RWTH Aachen University, Germany, pfeiffer@emr.rwth-aachen.de; Takayanagi, H., Hokaido University, Japan, hidekot@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Cahyarini, S. Y., Indonesian Institute for Sciences (LIPI), Indonesia, yudawati@yahoo.com; Watanabe, T., Hokaido University, Japan, nabe@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Garbe-Schoenberg, D., University of Kiel, Germany, dgs@gpi.uni-kiel.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16212 | Poster ID 3146

RECONSTRUCTION OF ATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE LEVELS DURING CARBON ISOTOPE EXCURSION EVENTS

Schubert, B. A., University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA, schubert@louisiana.edu; Jahren, A. H., University of Hawaii, USA, jahren@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16223 | Poster ID 3147

SECULAR PRODUCTIVITY ON THE UPWELLING SYSTEM OF SE BRAZIL BASED ON BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA

Faria, G. R., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, gabriellefaria@id.uff.br; Barbosa, C. F., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, catia@geoq.uff.br; Albuquerque, A. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, ana_albuquerque@id.uff.br;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16360 | Poster ID 3149

CHANGES IN TERRIGENOUS SEDIMENT INPUT TO THE BRAZILIAN EQUATORIAL MARGIN AS A RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CONDITIONS DURING THE MIDDLE AND LATE HOLOCENE

Taniguchi, N. K., University of São Paulo/Oceanographic Institute, Brazil, nancykazumi@usp.br; Martins, A. M., University of São Paulo/Oceanographic Institute, Brazil, ana.silvia.martins@usp.br@usp.br; Sousa, S. H., University of São Paulo/Oceanographic Institute, Brazil, smsousa@usp.br; Chiessi, C. M., University of São Paulo/School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities, Brazil, chiessi@marum.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.io.usp.br

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16599 | Poster ID 3150

NEGATIVE CARBON ISOTOPIC EXCURSIONS ON GLACIAL TERMINATIONS: IS THE LATEST EVIDENCE CONSISTENT WITH AN ABYSSAL OCEAN SOURCE?

Lund, D. C., University of Connecticut , USA, david.lund@uconn.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17259 | Poster ID 3151

THE INFLUENCE OF BIOGENIC SILICA ON 231PA/230TH IN SEDIMENTS FROM THE BERMUDA RISE AS A PROXY FOR PALEOCIRCULATION

King, T. M., SUNY Stony Brook, USA, theresa.m.king@stonybrook.edu; Fitzgerald, P. C., SUNY Stony Brook, USA, patrick.fitzgerald@stonybrook.edu; Black, D. E., SUNY Stony Brook, USA, david.black@stonybrook.edu; Cochran, J. K., SUNY Stony Brook, USA, kirk.cochran@stonybrook.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-influence-of-biogenic-silica-on-231pa230th-in-sediments-from-the-bermuda-rise-as-a-proxy-for.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17274 | Poster ID 3152

EXPLORING CHANGES IN THE WIND-DRIVEN CIRCULATION OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN USING RADIOCARBON ARCHIVED IN CORALS AND SCLEROSPONGES.

Fernandez, A., Tulane University, USA, afernan4@tulane.edu; Rosenheim, B. E., Tulane University, USA, brosenhe@tulane.edu; Lapen, T., University of Houston, USA, tjlapen@Central.UH.EDU; Rasmus, A., University of Houston, USA, randreas@central.uh.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17328 | Poster ID 3153

VARIABILITY IN THE SANTA BARBARA BASIN FISH ASSEMBLAGE IN THE LAST TWO MILLENNIA INFERRED FROM THE FOSSIL OTOLITH RECORD

Jones, W. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, wjones99@gmail.com; Checkley Jr, D. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, dcheckley@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17370 | Poster ID 3154

A NEW OCEANIC ANOXIC EVENT 2 RECORD FROM THE CENTRAL NORTH ATLANTIC, IODP EXPEDITION 342, NEWFOUNDLAND DRIFTS: TEMPORAL TRANSIENCE OF BLACK SHALE DEPOSITION.

Junium, C. K., Syracuse University, USA, ckjunium@syr.edu; 342 Scientists, E., Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17628 | Poster ID 3155

INHOMOGEOUS INFLUENCE OF ATLANTIC WARM POOL ON UNITED STATES PRECIPITATION

Liu, H., University of Miami, USA, hliu@rsmas.miami.edu; Wang, C., NOAA/AOML, USA, Chunzai.wang@noaa.gov; Lee, S., University of Miami, USA, Sang-Ki.Lee@noaa.gov; Enfield, D., NOAA/AOML, USA, David.Enfield@noaa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17810 | Poster ID 3156

INSIGHTS FROM CORAL ISOTOPIC AND STRONTIUM-CALCIUM RATIO RECORDS FROM THE SOUTHWEST TROPICAL PACIFIC SINCE 1649 CE

DeLong, K. L., Louisiana State University, USA, kdelong@lsu.edu; Quinn, T. M., University of Texas at Austin, USA, quinn@utig.ig.utexas.edu; Taylor, F. W., University of Texas at Austin, USA, fred@utig.ig.utexas.edu; Lin, K., National Taiwan University, , river@ntu.edu.tw; Shen, C. C., National Taiwan University, , river@ntu.edu.tw;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17851 | Poster ID 3169

FOOTPRINTS OF IOD AND ENSO IN THE KENYAN CORAL RECORD

Nakamura, N., Univ. Tokyo, Japan, nobunobu@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Kayanne, H., Univ. Tokyo, Japan, kayanne@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; McClanahan, T. R., Wildlife Conservation Society, USA, tmcclanahan@wcs.org; Behera, S. K., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, behera@jamstec.go.jp; Yamagata, T., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, yamagata@jamstec.go.jp;

008 - Revising Biogeochemical Stoichiometry: The Oceans Beyond Redfield on a Changing Planet

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12991 | Poster ID 2021

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXYGEN, NITRATE AND PHOSPHATE IN THE WORLD OCEAN BASED ON POTENTIAL TEMPERATURE

Ishizu, M., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, mishizu@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Richards, K. J., International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, rkelvin@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jgrc.20249/abstract;jsessionid=7E3A5682B8CC9FB6AA2EF7DE1DEA80A8.d04t02

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13149 | Poster ID 2022

GLOBAL ESTIMATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON NUTRIENT AND LIGHT COLIMITATION IN THE SURFACE OCEAN INFERRED FROM AN OPTIMALITY-BASED MODEL

Arteaga, L. A., GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, larteaga@geomar.de; Pahlow, M., GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, mpahlow@geomar.de; Oschlies, A., GEOMAR - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, aoschlies@geomar.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13432 | Poster ID 2023

PHOSPHATE SUPPLY EXPLAINS VARIATION IN NUCLEIC ACID ALLOCATION BUT NOT C:P STOICHIOMETRY IN THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC

Zimmerman, A. E., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, ahebling@gmail.com; Martiny, A. C., University of California, Irvine, USA, amartiny@uci.edu; Lomas, M. W., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, mlomas@bigelow.org; Allison, S. D., University of California, Irvine, USA, allisons@uci.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13482 | Poster ID 2024

INTERRELATED INFLUENCE OF FE AND LIGHT ON GROWTH RATE AND FE, P, N AND C IN CONTINUOUS CULTURES OF TRICHODESMIUM IMS101 AND CROCOSPHAERA WH0401

Tohidi Farid, H., Southern Cross University, Australia, h.tohidifarid.10@student.scu.edu.au; Schulz, K., Southern Cross University, Australia, kai.schulz@scu.edu.au; Erler, D., Southern Cross University, Australia, dirk.erler@scu.edu.a; Rose, A., Southern Cross University, Australia, andrew.rose@scu.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13796 | Poster ID 2025

VARIATION IN PHOSPHORUS ACQUISITION STRATEGIES BY TRICHODESMIUM IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

Reynolds, S., University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, sarah.reynolds@port.ac.uk; Mahaffey, C., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, mahaffey@liv.ac.uk; McCarthy, A., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, aj55m@liv.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~mahaffey/Homepage.html

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13837 | Poster ID 2026

CONTROLS ON CELL QUOTA AND ELEMENTAL RATIO VARIABILITY IN NATURAL MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS

Lomas, M. W., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, mlomas@bigelow.org; Bell, D. W., University of South Carolina, USA, belldw@email.sc.edu; Casey, J. R., University of Hawaii, USA, jrcasey@hawaii.edu; Terpis, K. X., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, kterpis@bigelow.org; Martiny, A. C., University of California - Irvine, USA, amartiny@uci.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14016 | Poster ID 2027

DISSOLUTION KINETICS OF BIOGENIC CALCIUM CARBONATE IN ARTIFICIAL SEAWATER

Amosa, P., Department of Chemistry, University of Otago, New Zealand, amopa712@student.otago.ac.nz; Hunter, K. A., Department of Chemistry, University of Otago, New Zealand, keith.hunter@otago.ac.nz; Smith, A. M., Department of Marine Science, University of Otago, New Zealand, abby.smith@otago.ac.nz; Currie, K. I., NIWA/University of Otago Research Centre for Oceanography, New Zealand, k.currie@niwa.co.nz ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14216 | Poster ID 2028

GLOBAL CHANGE, SALPS - KRILL SHIFT, AND STOICHIOMETRY OF DISSOLVED NUTRIENTS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN.

Alcaraz, M., Institut de Ciències del Mar, CSIC, Spain, miquel@icm.csic.es; Almeda, R., University of Texas, USA, ralmeda@utexas.edu; Duarte, C. M., IMEDEA, CSIC , Spain, carlosduarte@imedea.uib.csic.es; Horstkotte, B., IMEDEA, CSIC, Spain, horstkob@faf.cuni.cz;

ePoster Link: http://www.icm.csic.es

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15023 | Poster ID 2029

NON-REDFIELD DOM DYNAMICS AND PREFERENTIAL REMINERALIZATION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS IN THE GLOBAL OCEAN

Letscher, R. T., University of California, Irvine, USA, robert.letscher@uci.edu; Moore, J. K., University of California, Irvine, USA, jkmoore@uci.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16005 | Poster ID 2030

BACTERIAL NUTRIENT REMINERALIZATION EFFICIENCY OF PHYTOPLANKTON ORGANIC MATTER

Liu, H., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, liuhao-city@163.com; Yin, K., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, yinkd@mail.sysu.edu.cn; Harrison, P. J., University of British Columbia, Canada, paul.harrison@eos.ubc.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16308 | Poster ID 2031

RIVER EXPORT OF BIOAVAILABLE NUTRIENTS AND LABILE ORGANIC CARBON: EFFECTS ON ESTUARINE NUTRIENT STOICHIOMETRY AND BACTERIOPLANKTON NUTRIENT LIMITATION

Alves Soares, A. R., Lund University, Sweden, ana.soares@nateko.lu.se; Marchlewska, J., Lund University, Sweden, joanna.marchlewska@gmail.com; Islam, S., Lund University, Sweden, sohidul85@gmail.com; Berggren, M., Lund University, Sweden, martin.berggren@nateko.lu.se;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16557 | Poster ID 2035

UNRAVELLING CARBON FIXATION UNDER NUTRIENT LIMITED CONDITIONS - A WATER COLUMN PERSPECTIVE

Thomas, H., Dalhousie University, Canada, helmuth.thomas@dal.ca; Craig, S., Dalhousie University, Canada, susanne.craig@dal.ca; Shadwick, E. H., Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre, University of Tasmania, Australia, ; Li, W. K., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Inst. of Oceanography , Canada, ; Greenan, B. J., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Inst. of Oceanography , Canada, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17053 | Poster ID 2037

GLOBAL PATTERNS OF CARBON-TO-PHOSPHOROUS RATIOS OF MARINE ORGANIC MATTER EXPORT

Teng, Y., University of California, Irvine, USA, yichengt@uci.edu; Primeau, F. W., University of California, Irvine, USA, fprimeau@uci.edu; Moore, K., University of California, Irvine, USA, jkmoore@uci.edu; Martiny, A. C., University of California, Irvine, USA, amartiny@uci.edu; Lomas, M. W., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, mlomas@bigelow.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17337 | Poster ID 2038

ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PHOSPHORUS TRANSFORMATIONS AT THE RIVER-OCEAN INTERFACE OF THE COLUMBIA RIVER ESTUARY

Needoba, J. A., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, needobaj@ohsu.edu; Peterson, T. D., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, petersont@ebs.ogi.edu; Lerczak, J. A., Oregon State University, USA, jlerczak@coas.oregonstate.edu; Watson, S., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, watsoshe@ohsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17448 | Poster ID 2039

VARIATIONS IN RATIOS OF N:P:SI UPTAKE IN MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON AS A FUNCTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCENTRATIONS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON CARBON DRAWDOWN.

Dugdale, R., San Francisco State University, USA, rdugdale@sfsu.edu; Fuller, J., San Francisco State University, USA, jrfuller99@att.net; Wilkerson, F., San Francisco State University, USA, fwilkers@sfsu.edu; Parker, A. E., The California Maritime Academy , USA, aparker@csum.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17705 | Poster ID 2040

PHOSPHORUS REGENERATION IN THE WAKE OF CELL LYSIS

Mine, A. H., University of Chicago, USA, minea@uchicago.edu; Alex, S., University of Chicago, USA, salex@uchicago.edu; Coleman, M. L., University of Chicago, USA, mlcoleman@uchicago.edu; Colman, A. S., University of Chicago, USA, asc25@uchicago.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17825 | Poster ID 2041

DIVERSITY OF COMPETITIVE OUTCOMES BETWEEN A NITROGEN-FIXER AND A NON-FIXER AND THE EXTENSION OF THE NITROGEN-FIXERS’ COMPETITIVE NICHE

Litchman, E., Michigan State University, USA, litchman@msu.edu; De Tezanos Pinto, P., University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, paulatezanos@ege.fcen.uba.ar; Klausmeier, C. A., Michigan State University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17916 | Poster ID 2042

MICROBIAL PHOSPHORUS DYNAMICS IN THE OLIGOTROPHIC GULF OF MEXICO

Popendorf, K. J., Columbia University Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, kimdorf@ldeo.columbia.edu; Duhamel, S., Columbia University Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, sduhamel@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17929 | Poster ID 2043

THE IMPACT OF LOW PHYTOPLANKTON NO3:PO4 UTILIZATION RATIOS ON GEOCHEMICAL ESTIMATES OF DENITRIFICATION ON THE CHUKCHI SHELF, ARCTIC OCEAN

Mills, M. M., Stanford University, USA, mmmills@stanford.edu; Brown, Z. W., Stanford University, USA, zwbrown@stanford.edu; Lowry, K. E., Stanford University, USA, lowryk@stanford.edu; Pickart, R. S., WHOI, USA, ; Arrigo, K. R., Stanford University, USA, arrigo@stanford.edu;

009 - Scientific and Societal Benefits from Integrated Coastal Ocean Observations and Networked Marine Laboratories

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13299 | Poster ID 1871

OBSERVATIONS OF POLEWARD FLOWS AROUND THE BIO-GEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARY AT PT. CONCEPTION, CA USING OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES

Washburn, L., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, washburn@eri.ucsb.edu; Ohlmann, C., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, carter@eri.ucsb.edu; Ellis, D., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, daniel.painter.ellis@gmail.com; Schofield, O., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Moline, M., University of Delaware, USA, mmoline@udel.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13907 | Poster ID 1872

ASSESSMENT OF CODAR AND WERA HF RADARS IN MAPPING CURRENTS ON THE WEST FLORIDA SHELF

Liu, Y., University of South FLorida, USA, yliu@mail.usf.edu; Weisberg, R. H., University of South FLorida, USA, weisberg@usf.edu; Merz, C. R., University of South FLorida, USA, cmerz@usf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14045 | Poster ID 1873

PACIOOS: PROVIDING OCEAN INFORMATION AND BUILDING COLLABORATIONS TO BRING YOU A SAFE PACIFIC EXPERIENCE

Kerkering, H. A., PacIOOS, USA, heather.kerkering@hawaii.edu; Iwamoto, M., PacIOOS, USA, mmiwamot@hawaii.edu; Ostrander, C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, chriso@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.pacioos.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14259 | Poster ID 1874

THE MY MARACOOS FISHING APP: AN IOOS SUCCESS STORY OF USER-DRIVEN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND STRONG INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

Kuska, G. F., Mid-Atlantic Regional Association Coastal Ocean Observing System (MARACOOS), USA, kuska@maracoos.org; Thoroughgood, C. A., University of Delaware / MARACOOS, USA, ctgood@udel.edu; Moore, P., MARACOOS, USA, moore@maracoos.org; Schroeder, M., Applied Science Associates / MARACOOS, USA, mschroeder@asascience.com;

ePoster Link: http://maracoos.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14512 | Poster ID 1876

ORIGINS OF WATER, EXPLORATORIUM, CENTRAL SAN FRANCISCO BAY

Daugharty, M. K., San Francisco State University, USA, maeve@strange.org; Garfield, N. T., San Francisco State University, USA, garfield@sfsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15102 | Poster ID 1877

INVESTIGATING HYDROGRAPHIC VARIABILITY IN THE WESTERN GULF OF MEXICO USING AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLES

Mullins-Perry, R. L., Texas A&M University Department of Oceanography, USA, rmullins@ocean.tamu.edu; DiMarco, S. F., Texas A&M University Department of Oceanography, USA, sdimarco@tamu.edu; Walpert, J., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, USA, walpert@gerg.tamu.edu; Dreger, K., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, USA, kdreger@geos.tamu.edu; Knap, A., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, USA, aknap@geos.tamu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15240 | Poster ID 1899

THE BIOLOGY PROBLEM: MARINE LABORATORIES FACILITATE LONG-TERM STUDIES OF BENTHIC COMMUNITY DYNAMICS

Sebens, K. P., University of Washington, USA, sebens@uw.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15460 | Poster ID 1900

GLIDERPALOOZA 2013: SO MUCH MORE THAN GLIDERS

Crowley, M. F., Rutgers University, USA, crowley@marine.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S. M., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu; Schofield, O., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Whoriskey, F., Dalhousie University, Canada, fwhoriskey@dal.ca; Brown, W., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, wbrown@umassd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15709 | Poster ID 1901

THE INTEGRATED MARINE OBSERVING SYSTEM: OBSERVATIONS TO SUPPORT RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS IN THE COASTAL ZONE

Moltmann, T., Integrated Marine Observing System, Australia, tim.moltmann@imos.org.au; Proctor, R., Integrated Marine Observing System, Australia, ; Donoghue, S., Integrated Marine Observing System, Australia, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16017 | Poster ID 1902

THE AMERICAN LOBSTER SETTLEMENT INDEX: A US-CANADA COLLABORATIVE FOR ECOLOGICAL AND FISHERY MONITORING

Jekielek, P. E., University of Maine, USA, phoebe.jekielek@maine.edu; Wahle, R. A., University of Maine, USA, richard.wahle@maine.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16500 | Poster ID 1903

SYSTEM-WIDE MONITORING PROGRAM OF THE NATIONAL ESTUARINE RESEARCH RESERVE SYSTEM: RESEARCH TO ADDRESS COASTAL MANAGEMENT ISSUES

Buskey, E. J., University of Texas at Austin, USA, ed.buskey@utexas.edu; Reay, W. G., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, wreay@vims.edu; Bundy, M., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, marie.bundy@noaa.gov; Ferner, M., Romberg Tiburon Center, USA, mferner@sfsu.edu; Smith, E., Baruch Marine Field Laboratory, USA, erik@belle.baruch.sc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.utmsi.utexas.edu/staff/buskey

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16555 | Poster ID 1904

USING OCEAN OBSERVATORY DATA TO MOTIVATE HURRICANE OCEAN AND ATMOSPHERIC MODEL SENSITIVITY STUDIES IN THE MID-ATLANTIC

Glenn, S., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu; Miles, T., Rutgers University, USA, tnmiles@marine.rutgers.edu; Seroka, G., Rutgers University, USA, seroka@marine.rutgers.edu; Xu, Y., Rutgers University, , xuyi@marine.rutgers.edu; Schofield, O., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17092 | Poster ID 1905

THE FIRST CAMPAIGNS OF PROJETO AZUL: GLIDERS, PROFILING FLOATS AND SURFACE DRIFTERS IN THE SOUTH BRAZIL BIGHT

dos Santos, F. A., PROOCEANO, Brazil, francisco@prooceano.com.br; Fragoso, M. R., PROOCEANO, Brazil, mauricio@prooceano.com.br; Pellegrini, J. C., PROOCEANO, Brazil, julio@prooceano.com.br; Marques da Cruz, L. M., PROOCEANO, Brazil, leonardo@prooceano.com.br; Adissi, F., BG Brasil, Brazil, flavia.adissi@bg-group.com;

ePoster Link: http://projetoazul.eco.br

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17329 | Poster ID 1906

FIRST RESULTS FROM A REAL-TIME CABLED OBSERVATORY IN THE CANADIAN ARCTIC OCEAN

Juniper, S. K., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, kjuniper@uvic.ca; McLean, S. D., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, sdmclean@uvic.ca; Pirenne, B., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, bpirenne@uvic.ca; Flagg, R. M., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, rmflagg@uvic.ca; Bui, A. O., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, aovbui@uvic.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.oceannetworks.ca

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17425 | Poster ID 1907

HIGH FREQUENCY RADAR NETWORK (HFRNET) PARTNERSHIPS AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL, AND GLOBAL SCALES

Terrill, E. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography , USA, eterrill@ucsd.edu; Harlan, J., US Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS), USA, jack.harlan@noaa.gov; Hazard, L. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography , USA, lhazard@ucsd.edu; Otero, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography , USA, motero@ucsd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://cordc.ucsd.edu/projects/mapping/maps/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17433 | Poster ID 1908

AN INTER-LABORATORY COMPARISON ASSESSING THE QUALITY OF SEAWATER CARBON DIOXIDE MEASUREMENTS

Bockmon, E. E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, ebockmon@ucsd.edu; Dickson, A. G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, adickson@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17490 | Poster ID 1909

DEVELOPING AN OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM IN THE U.S. ARCTIC: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

McCammon, M. E., Alaska Ocean Observing System, USA, mccammon@aoos.org; Macrander, A. M., Shell Alaska Venture, USA, a.macrander@shell.com ; Rea, C., ConocoPhillips, USA, caryn.rea@conocophillips.com; Weingartner, T. J., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, tjweingartner@alaska.edu; Winsor, P., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, pwinsor@alaska.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.aoos.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17531 | Poster ID 1910

OUR GLOBAL ESTUARY: AN EMERGING INITIATIVE TO BUILD AN AGREEMENT ON STRATEGY FOR SCIENCE-BASED ESTUARINE OBSERVATION AND PREDICTION NETWORKS

Leinen, M. S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mleinen@ucsd.edu; Davis, M., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, USA, mdavi105@fau.edu; Baptista, A., NSF S and T Center for Coastal Margin Observation & Prediction, Oregon Health & Science University, USA, baptista@stccmop.org; Hanisak, D., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, USA, dhanisak@fau.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17659 | Poster ID 1911

ASSESSING THE DESIGN OF THE NSW-IMOS MOORED OBSERVATION ARRAY FROM 2008-2013: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE FUTURE

Roughan, M., Universityof new South Wales, Australia, mroughan@unsw.edu.au; Schaeffer, A., Universityof new South Wales, Australia, a.schaeffer@unsw.edu.au; Kioroglou, S., Universityof new South Wales, Australia, s.kioroglou@unsw.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17667 | Poster ID 1912

MEOPAR: CANADA’S MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATION, PREDICTION AND RESPONSE NETWORK OF CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE

Wallace, D. W., Dalhousie University, Canada, douglas.wallace@dal.ca; Gall, N., MEOPAR Inc., Dalhousie University, Canada, neil.gall@meopar.ca; Pelot, R., Dalhousie University, Canada, ron.pelot@dal.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17773 | Poster ID 1913

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF A LOW-POWER LOW-COST HIGH FREQUENCY DOPPLER RADIO SCATTEROMETER (HFDRS) FOR COASTAL ZONE OCEANOGRAPHY

Flament, M., University of Hawaii, USA, mflament@hawaii.edu; Harris, D., University of Hawaii, USA, harrisd@hawaii.edu; Hilmer, T., University of Hawaii, USA, tyson.hilmer@gmail.com; Flament, P., University of Hawaii, France, pflament@hawaii.edu; Marie, L., Institut Francais pour l'Exploitation de la Mer, France, louis.marie@ifremer.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18102 | Poster ID 1914

IS THE U.S. NATIONAL NETWORK OF MARINE LABORATORIES AT RISK?

Virmani, J. I., Florida Institute of Oceanography, USA, jyotika@fio.usf.edu; Cherr, G., University of California - Davis, USA, gncherr@ucdavis.edu; Crosby, M., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, mcrosby@mote.org; Davies, N., Gump Marine Laboratory, Moorea, Tahiti, USA, ncdavies@moorea.berkeley.edu; Klump, V., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, vklump@uwm.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.naml.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18117 | Poster ID 1986

NOAA NERRS SYSTEM-WIDE MONITORING PROGRAM: AN OBSERVING SYSTEM THAT MEETS OCEAN, COASTAL, AND LAND-BASED RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT NEEDS

Bundy, M. H., NOAA/NOS/OCRM-CSC, USA, Marie,bund@noaa.gov; Porter, D. E., Arnold School of Public Health * and the Baruch Inst/ University of South Carolina, , porter@sc.edu ;

010 - Physical and biogeochemical ocean modeling: development, assessment and applications

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13364 | Poster ID 661

WILL SURFACE OIL PLUMES TRAVEL DOWNWIND OR CROSSWIND? - A COMBINED EFFECT OF LANGMUIR TURBULENCE AND EKMAN TRANSPORT

Yang, D., Johns Hopkins University, USA, di_yang@jhu.edu; Chamecki, M., Penn State University, USA, chamecki@meteo.psu.edu; Meneveau, C., Johns Hopkins University, USA, meneveau@jhu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13441 | Poster ID 662

GPU ACCELERATION OF PRINCETON OCEAN MODEL

Xu, S. Z., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, China, xuszh2008@163.com; Zhang, Y., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, China, zhangyantsinghua381@gmail.com; Huang, X. M., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, China, huangxiaomeng@gmail.com; Xu, F. H., Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, China, fhxu2009@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.cess.tsinghua.edu.cn/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13513 | Poster ID 663

ASSESSMENT OF REANALYSIS AND OPERATIONAL NUMERICAL MODELS IN THE SARGASSSO SEA TO HELP QUANTIFY ADVECTION AT THE BERMUDA ATLANTIC TIME-SERIES SITE.

Johnson, R. J., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, rod.johnson@bios.edu; Hyder, P., UK Met Office, United Kingdom, Patrick.Hyder@metoffice.gov.uk; Evans, D. G., University of Southampton, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, dafydd.evans@noc.soton.ac.uk; Koffi, U., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, urbain.koffi@bios.edu; Bates, N. R., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, nick.bates@bios.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13541 | Poster ID 664

STUDYING THE INFLUENCE OF VERTICAL MIXING ON PHYTOPLANKTON GROWTH WITH A QUASI-2D NP MODEL

Hahn-Woernle, L., Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Utrecht, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Netherlands, l.hahn-woernle@uu.nl; Dijkstra, H. A., Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Utrecht, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Netherlands, h.a.dijkstra@uu.nl; van der Woerd, H. J., Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Netherlands, h.j.vander.woerd@vu.nl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13761 | Poster ID 665

A QUASI-GLOBAL 1/10° EDDY-RESOLVING OCEAN GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL AND ITS PRELIMINARY RESULTS

Yu, Y., LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, China, yyq@lasg.iap.ac.cn; Liu, H., LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, China, lhl@lasg.iap.ac.cn; Lin, P., LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, China, linpf@mail.iap.ac.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13858 | Poster ID 666

THE MPAS-OCEAN ALE VERTICAL COORDINATE

Petersen, M. R., Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, mpetersen@lanl.gov; Jacobsen, D. W., Los Alamos National Laboratory, , douglasj@lanl.gov; Ringler, T. D., Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, ringler@lanl.gov;

ePoster Link: http://mpas-dev.github.io

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13926 | Poster ID 667

PARAMETERIZATION OF THE DIFFUSE ATTENUATION COEFFICIENT OF DOWNWELLING IRRADIANCE AS A FUNCTION OF CHLOROPHYLL & CDOM FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN EARTH SYSTEM MODELS

Kim, G., Johns Hopkins University, USA, gpark16@jhu.edu; Gnanadesikan, A., Johns Hopkins University, USA, gnanades@jhu.edu; Del Castillo, C., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, carlos.e.delcastillo@nasa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/parameterization-of-the-diffuse-attenuation-coefficient-of-downwelling-irradiance-as-a-function-of

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14226 | Poster ID 668

VALIDATING DIFFERENT PARAMETERIZATIONS FOR MIXED LAYER EDDY FLUXES INDUCED BY BAROCLINIC INSTABILITY

Brueggemann, N., Universität Hamburg, Germany, nils.brueggemann@zmaw.de; Eden, C., Universität Hamburg, Germany, carsten.eden@zmaw.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14566 | Poster ID 729

DIAGNOSING SOUTHEAST TROPICAL ATLANTIC SST AND OCEAN CIRCULATION BIASES IN THE CMIP5 ENSEMBLE

Xu, Z., Physical Oceanography Laboratory, Ocean University of China, China, xuzhao@ouc.edu.cn; Chang, P., Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University, USA, ping@tamu.edu; Kim, W., Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University, USA, whokim@ocean.tamu.edu; Richter, I., Research Institute for Global Change, JAMSTEC, Japan, atlantic.ingo@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14714 | Poster ID 730

MODELING OF THE RISK ASSESSMENT FOR THE POTENTIAL LEAKAGE OF CHEMICAL MUNITIONS IN THE BALTIC SEA.

Jakacki, J., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, jjakacki@iopan.gda.pl;

ePoster Link: http://iopan.gda.pl

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14718 | Poster ID 731

SIMULATED SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF THE PHYSICAL FIELDS AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL VARIABLES IN THE MARGINAL SEAS OF THE NORTHWEST PACIFIC

LI, Y., IAP/CAS, China, lych@mail.iap.ac.cn; XU, Y., IAP/CAS, , ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14907 | Poster ID 732

THE NUCLEUS FOR EUROPEAN MODELLING OF THE OCEAN – NEMO

Oddo, P., Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy, oddo@bo.ingv.it; System Team, N., CNRS, UkMeto, Mercator, NERC, INGV, CMCC, , nemo_st@hermes.locean-ipsl.upmc.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15470 | Poster ID 733

BRINE REJECTION INDUCED OCEAN MIXING IN CESM CLIMATE MODEL AND ITS IMPACTS ON NUTRIENTS TRANSPORT IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Jin, M., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, mjin@alaska.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15585 | Poster ID 734

SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURES IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM

Xiu, P., University of Maine, USA, peng.xiu@maine.edu; Chai, F., University of Maine, USA, fchai@maine.edu; Guo, L., University of Maine, USA, guolin0536@gmail.com; Chavez, F. P., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, chfr@mbari.org; Chao, Y., Remote Sensing Solutions, Inc., USA, ychao001@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15783 | Poster ID 735

MODELING STUDY OF SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF NUTRIENTS (N AND P) TRANSPORT IN THE YANGTZE ESTUARY AND ADJACENT WATERS

ZONG, H., East China Normal University, China, hbzong@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn; Ding, P., East China Normal University, China, pxding@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15822 | Poster ID 736

INTERACTION OF TIDES AND SEA-ICE IN THE SHALLOW ARCTIC

Dobrynin, M., University of Hamburg, Germany, mikhail.dobrynin@zmaw.de; Pohlmann, T., University of Hamburg, Germany, thomas.pohlmann@zmaw.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15911 | Poster ID 769

COMPARISON OF NORTH PACIFIC INTERMEDIATE WATER DISTRIBUTION BETWEEN OBSERVATION AND CCSM4

Min, H. S., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, hsmin@kiost.ac; Kwon, Y. O., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, yokwon@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16095 | Poster ID 770

THE IMPACT OF SURFACE MIXING ON THE ARCTIC RIVER WATER DISTRIBUTION AND STRATIFICATION IN A GLOBAL ICE–OCEAN MODEL

Komuro, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, komuro@jamstec.go.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16174 | Poster ID 771

A REFINED NUMERICAL VIEW OF MEDITERRANEAN OVERFLOW

CHANUT, J., Mercator Ocean, France, jchanut@mercator-ocean.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16288 | Poster ID 772

MULTISCALE MODELING OF INTERNAL TIDES AT TOPOGRAPHY: TURBULENCE, MIXING AND LARGE-SCALE DYNAMICS

Santilli, E., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, santilli@physics.unc.edu; Scotti, A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, ascotti@unc.edu; Sarkar, S., University of California at San Diego, USA, sarkar@ucsd.edu; Chalamalla, V., University of California at San Diego, USA, vchalama@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16293 | Poster ID 773

SENSITIVITY OF RESOLUTION AND VERTICAL GRID TYPES ON 3D OVERFLOW SIMULATIONS USING MPAS-OCEAN

Reckinger, S. M., Fairfield University, USA, shanon.reckinger@fairfield.edu; Petersen, M. R., Los Alamos National Laboratory , USA, mpetersen@lanl.gov; Reckinger, S. J., Brown University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16524 | Poster ID 774

THE EFFECTS OF RIVER AND ESTUARY RUNOFF PARAMETERIZATION IN THE COMMUNITY EARTH SYSTEM MODEL

Tseng, Y., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, ytseng@ucar.edu; Bryan, F. O., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, bryan@ucar.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16538 | Poster ID 775

APPLICATION OF A NEWTON-KRYLOV SOLVER TO SPIN UP BIOGEOCHEMICAL TRACERS

Lindsay, K., NCAR, USA, klindsay@ucar.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16789 | Poster ID 776

REPRESENTING PARTICLE PROCESSES IN LARGE SCALE MARINE BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODELS.

Burd, A. B., University of Georgia, USA, adrianb@uga.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16919 | Poster ID 837

AN ADAPTIVE, COURANT-NUMBER-DEPENDENT IMPLICIT SCHEME FOR VERTICAL ADVECTION IN OCEANIC MODELING

Shchepetkin, A. F., I.I.P.P., UCLA, USA, old_galaxy@yahoo.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17055 | Poster ID 838

MODEL COUPLING WITH THE FRAMEWORK FOR AQUATIC BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODELS: A DEMONSTRATION WITH THE EUROPEAN REGIONAL SEAS ECOSYSTEM MODEL

Bruggeman, J., Bolding & Burchard ApS/Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, jorn@bolding-burchard.com; Butenschön, M., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, momm@pml.ac.uk; Bolding, K., Bolding & Burchard ApS, Denmark, karsten@bolding-burchard.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/model-coupling-with-the-framework-for-aquatic-biogeochemical-models-a-demonstration-with-the

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17101 | Poster ID 839

EXTENDED RANGE ENSEMBLE FORECASTING IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Hogan, P. J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, patrick.hogan@nrlssc.navy.mil; Coelho, E., University of New Orleans, USA, emanuel.coelho.ctr.PO@nrlssc.navy.mil; Thoppil, P., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, prasad.thoppil@nrlssc.navy.mil; Peggion, G., University of New Orleans, USA, germana.peggion.ctr@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17149 | Poster ID 840

DIAGNOSTICS OF TRACER VARIANCE BUDGET AND IMPLIED NUMERICAL DIFFUSIVITY IN OCEAN MODELS

Campin, J. M., MIT, USA, jmc@ocean.mit.edu; Bates, M., MIT, USA, m_bates@mit.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17346 | Poster ID 841

SENSITIVITY OF OCEAN HEAT UPTAKE AND CLIMATE RESPONSE TO EDDY AND DIAPYCNAL DIFFUSIVITY PARAMETERS

Scott, J. R., MIT, USA, jscott@mit.edu; Marshall, J. C., MIT, USA, johncmarshall54@gmail.com; Armour, K. C., MIT, USA, karmour@MIT.EDU;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17784 | Poster ID 842

ADDRESSING THE DYNAMICS OF A NEAR-EQUATORIAL EDDY THROUGH NUMERICAL MODELLING

Krelling, A. M., UMASSD/USP, Brazil, anapaulak@usp.br; Silveira, I. C., USP, Brazil, ilson.silveira@usp.br; Gangopadhyay, A., UMASSD, USA, avijit.gangopadhyay@umassd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17814 | Poster ID 843

DEVELOPMENT, VERIFICATION, AND PARALLELIZATION STRATEGIES FOR AN EFFICIENT NON-HYDROSTATIC FREE SURFACE PRIMITIVE EQUATION OCEAN MODEL

Mirabito, C. M., MIT, USA, mirabito@mit.edu; Ueckermann, M. P., MIT, USA, mpuecker@mit.edu; Haley, P. J., MIT, USA, phaley@mit.edu; Lermusiaux, P. F., MIT, USA, pierrel@mit.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18045 | Poster ID 868

GENETIC PROGRAMMING FOR OCEAN MICROBIAL ECOLOGY AND BIODIVERSITY

Moisan, J. R., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, John.R.Moisan@nasa.gov; McCarthy, J. J., SGT Inc., USA, jmccarthy@sgt-inc.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18076 | Poster ID 869

VALIDATION OF DRIFT PREDICTIONS FROM THE NAVY’S OPERATIONAL OCEAN MODELS

Locke, L., Naval Oceanographic Office, USA, lea.locke@navy.mil;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18118 | Poster ID 870

VALIDATION OF AN ICOSAHEDRAL-MESH VERSION OF HYCOM OCEAN MODEL

Sun, S., NOAA/ESRL, USA, shan.sun@noaa.gov; Bleck, R., NASA/GISS & NOAA/ESRL, USA, rainer.bleck@noaa.gov;

021 - Ocean Acidification and Coral Reefs: The Importance of Cooperative Research and the Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS)

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13292 | Poster ID 2478

TROPICAL CYCLONES CAUSE CACO3 UNDERSATURATION OF CORAL REEF SEAWATER IN A HIGH-CO2 WORLD

Manzello, D. P., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, derek.manzello@noaa.gov; Enochs, I. C., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, ian.enochs@noaa.gov; Musielewicz, S., NOAA/PMEL-JISAO, USA, sylvia.Musielewicz@noaa.gov; Carlton, R., NOAA/AOML-CIMAS, USA, renee.carlton@noaa.gov; Gledhill, D., NOAA/OAP, USA, dwight.gledhill@noaa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13486 | Poster ID 2480

A NEW PROBE FOR KINETIC CHARACTERISATION OF CALCIUM CARBONATE PRECIPITATION: FLUORESCENCE RESPONSE UNDER VARYING PH, IONIC STRENGTH AND SOLUTION CONDITIONS

Avaro, J., Southern Cross University, Australia, j.avaro.10@student.scu.edu.au; Rose, A., Southern Cross University, Australia, andrew.rose@scu.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13740 | Poster ID 2481

CORAL REEF COMMUNITY METABOLISM: HOW DO SLACK WATER AND FLOW RESPIROMETRY MEASUREMENTS COMPARE?

Shaw, E. C., University of Queensland, Australia, e.shaw5@uq.edu.au; Phinn, S., University of Queensland, Australia, s.phinn@uq.edu.au; Tilbrook, B., CSIRO, Australia, bronte.tilbrook@csiro.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14219 | Poster ID 2482

OCEAN ALKALINIZATION-AN APPLICATION FOR CORAL REEF CONSERVATION

Feng, E. Y., GEOMAR, Germany, yfeng@geomar.de; David, K. P., GEOMAR, Germany, dkeller@geomar.de; Koeve, W., GEOMAR, Germany, wkoeve@geomar.de; Oschlies, A., GEOMAR, Germany, aoschlies@geomar.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14561 | Poster ID 2483

ALGAL CHEMICAL ECOLOGY IN A CHANGING OCEAN

Paul, V. J., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, paul@si.edu; Craft, J. D., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, craftjd@gmail.com; Ritson-Williams, R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, rrw33@hawaii.edu; Langdon, C., University of Miami, USA, clangdon@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14663 | Poster ID 2484

NATURAL VARIABILITY IN SEAWATER CARBONATE CHEMISTRY AT ONE TREE ISLAND, AUSTRALIA

Chan, W. Y., The Australian National University , Australia, wing.anu@gmail.com; Eggins, S., The Australian National University , Australia, stephen.eggins@anu.edu.au; Ellwood, M., The Australian National University , Australia, michael.ellwood@anu.edu.au; Nand, V., The Australian National University , Australia, Vikashni.nand@anu.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14796 | Poster ID 2485

CORAL BIOEROSION ENHANCED BY OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND NUTRIENTS

DeCarlo, T. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tdecarlo@whoi.edu; Cohen, A. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; Young, C., NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division, USA, charles.young@noaa.gov; Golbuu, Y., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, ygolbuu@picrc.org; Brainard, R., NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division, USA, rusty.brainard@noaa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14803 | Poster ID 2486

PRODUCTION OF SEAWATER ALKALINITY BY BIOERODING MICROFLORA INCREASES WITH OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Tribollet, A., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, UMR IPSL-LOCEAN, France, aline.tribollet@ird.fr; Atkinson, M. J., HIMB, Univ. of Hawaii, USA, aline.tribollet@ird.fr; Cuet, P., Univ. of Reunion Island, Laboratory ECOMAR, France, pascale.cuet@univ-reunion.fr; Chauvin, A., Univ. of Reunion Island, Laboratory ECOMAR, France, anne.chauvin@univ-reunion.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14921 | Poster ID 2487

A DUAL-TRACER REGRESSION METHOD FOR ESTIMATING CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM RESPONSE TO A PLUME OF HIGH ALKALINITY SEAWATER TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Maclaren, J. K., Carnegie Institution for Science, USA, jmaclaren@carnegiescience.edu; Silverman, J., Israel Oceanographic & Limnological Research Ltd., Israel, jacobs1@ocean.org.il; Shamberger, K. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kshamberger@whoi.edu; Rivlin, T., The Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat, Israel, tanyar@savion.huji.ac.il; Caldeira , K., Carnegie Institutuion for Science, USA, kcaldeira@carnegiescience.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15360 | Poster ID 2488

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION DOES NOT AFFECT THERMAL BLEACHING IN THE JUVENILE CORAL SERIATOPORA CALIENDRUM

Wall, C. B., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cbw0047@gmail.com; Fan, T., National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan ROC, ; Edmunds, P. J., California State University Northridge, USA, peter.edmunds@csun.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15697 | Poster ID 2523

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION MONITORING IN TROPICAL LAGOON WATERS OF CHUUK, FSM

Noh, J. H., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, jhnoh@kiost.ac; Sutton , A., PMEL/NOAA, USA, adrienne.sutton@noaa.gov; Lee, C. M., Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, cmlee@kiost.ac; Sabine, C., PMEL/NOAA, USA, chris.sabine@noaa.gov; Lee, K., POSTECH, Republic Of Korea, ktl@postech.ac.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16033 | Poster ID 2524

COMMUNITY METABOLISM IN A SHALLOW CORAL REEF AND SEAGRASS ECOSYSTEM IN THE LOWER FLORIDA KEYS

Turk, D., Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada, daniela.turk@dal.ca; McGillis, W. R., LDEO, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA, ; Yates, K. K., U.S. Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, FL, USA, ; Nelson, M., AOML/NOAA, Miami, FL, USA, ; Muller-Karger, F. E., College of Marine Science, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16431 | Poster ID 2525

EFFECTS OF MULTIPLE STRESSORS ON LIPID CONSUMPTION AND FITNESS CHARACTERISTICS OF CORAL LARVAE IS LINKED TO LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY AND RELEASE DATE

Rivest, E. B., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, emily.rivest@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Chen, C. S., National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Taiwan ROC, cchen0324@nmmba.gov.tw; Fan, T. Y., National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Taiwan ROC, tyfan@nmmba.gov.tw; Li, H. H., National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Taiwan ROC, hhli@nmmba.gov.tw;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16477 | Poster ID 2526

SENSITIVITY OF THE DEEP-SEA CORAL LOPHELIA PERTUSA TO OCEAN CHANGE VARIES BY INDIVIDUAL GENOTYPE IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Lunden, J. J., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, jay.lunden@lifesci.ucsb.edu; McNicholl, C. G., Temple University, USA, cmcnicholl@temple.edu; Sears, C. R., Temple University, USA, tuc17571@temple.edu; Morrison, C. L., United States Geological Survey, USA, cmorrison@usgs.gov; Cordes, E. E., Temple University, USA, ecordes@temple.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16756 | Poster ID 2527

EVALUATION OF AN IN SITU ALKALINITY TIME-SERIES ON A HAWAIIAN BARRIER REEF

Peterson, B., The University of Montana, USA, brittany.peterson@umontana.edu; Spaulding, R., Sunburst Sensors, USA, reggie@sunburstsensors.com; DeGrandpre, M. D., The University of Montana, USA, Michael.degrandpre@umontana.edu; De Carlo, E. H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, edecarlo@soest.hawaii.edu; Drupp, P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, drupp@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17739 | Poster ID 2528

VARIABILITY IN POREWATER CARBONATE CHEMISTRY OF PERMEABLE SEDIMENTS ON A BARRIER REEF

Drupp, P. S., University of Hawaii, USA, drupp@hawaii.edu; De Carlo, E. H., University of Hawaii, USA, edecarlo@soest.hawaii.edu; Thompson, R. W., University of Hawaii, USA, rthomps9@hawaii.edu; Mackenzie, F. T., University of Hawaii, USA, fredm@soest.hawaii.edu; Musielewicz, S., NOAA/PMEL, USA, Sylvia.Musielewicz@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/variability-in-porewater-carbonate-chemistry-of-permeable-sediments-on-a-barrier-reef.pdf

028 - Marine Renewable Energy Research, Development, Evaluation, and Policy

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13293 | Poster ID 1397

CHARACTERIZATION OF TURBULENCE ANISOTROPY, COHERENCE, AND INTERMITTENCY AT A PROSPECTIVE TIDAL ENERGY SITE

McCaffrey, K. L., Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, katherine.mccaffrey@colorado.edu; Fox-Kemper, B., Brown University, USA, baylor@brown.edu; Hamlington, P. E., University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, peter.hamlington@colorado.edu; Thomson, J., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, jthomson@apl.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13572 | Poster ID 1398

INTRODUCING A SMALL-SCALE DYNAMIC PENETROMETER FOR RAPID GEOTECHNICAL SITE ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING IN THE FIELD OF OCEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY

Stark, N., Virginia Tech, USA, ninas@vt.edu; Hay, A. E., Dalhousie University, Canada, alex.hay@dal.ca; Kopf, A., MARUM, Germany, akopf@marum.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13630 | Poster ID 1399

ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATIONS OF LIGHTING SCHEMES AND CHEMICAL SPILLS FOR MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY

Boatman, M. C., DOI/Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USA, mary.boatman@boem.gov; Hall, C. M., DOI/Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USA, callie.hall@boem.gov; Bigger, D., DOI/Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USA, david.bigger@boem.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13967 | Poster ID 1400

WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER EFFECTS ON THE NEARSHORE ENVIRONMENT

Chang, G., Sea Engineering, Inc., USA, gchang@seaengineering.com; Roberts, J. D., Sandia National Laboratories, USA, jdrober@sandia.gov; Jones, C. A., Sea Engineering, Inc., USA, cjones@seaengineering.com; Magalen, J., Sea Engineering, Inc., USA, jmagalen@seaengineering.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13970 | Poster ID 1401

COST EFFECTIVE REAL-TIME WAVE ASSESSMENT TOOL

Jones, C. A., Sea Engineering, Inc., USA, cjones@seaengineering.com; Chang, G., Sea Engineering, Inc., USA, gchang@seaengineering.com; Spada, F. W., Sea Engineering, Inc., USA, fspada@seaengineering.com; Roberts, J. D., Sandia National Laboratories, USA, jdrober@sandia.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14215 | Poster ID 1402

MODELING OFFSHORE WIND FARM CONFIGURATIONS IN A MESOSCALE ATMOSPHERIC MODEL TO OPTIMIZE POWER PRODUCTION

Brodie, J. F., University of Delaware, USA, jbrodie@udel.edu; Veron, D. E., University of Delaware, USA, dveron@udel.edu; Archer, C. L., University of Delaware, USA, carcher@udel.edu; Veron, F., University of Delaware, USA, fveron@udel.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/modeling-offshore-wind-farm-configurations-in-a-mesoscale-atmospheric-model-to-optimize-power.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14741 | Poster ID 1403

WAVES, WAVE DIRECTION, AND THE TIDAL STREAM ENERGY RESOURCE.

Lewis, M. J., Bangor University, United Kingdom, m.j.lewis@bangor.ac.uk; Neill, S., Bangor University, United Kingdom, ; Hasemi, R., Bangor University, United Kingdom, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/waves-wave-direction-and-the-tidal-stream-energy-resource.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14763 | Poster ID 1404

3D ROMS MODELLING OF THE PENTLAND FIRTH – A WORLD-LEADING TIDAL ENERGY RESOURCE

Goward Brown, A. J., Bangor University, United Kingdom, a.j.gowardbrown@bangor.ac.uk; Neill, S. P., Bangor University, United Kingdom, s.p.neill@bangor.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/3d-roms-modelling-of-the-pentland-firth-a-world-leading-tidal-energy-resource.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14878 | Poster ID 1405

EFFECT OF SEQUENCE AND SEVERITY OF MACRONUTRIENT DEPLETION ON NEUTRAL LIPID PRODUCTION IN TWO STRAINS OF CHLORELLA 211-218

Cochlan, W. P., Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, USA, cochlan@sfsu.edu; Buttler, F. R., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, fenina@hawaii.edu; Herndon, J., Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, USA, jherndon@sfsu.edu; Ikeda, C. E., Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, USA, christopher.ikeda@gmail.com; Bidigare, R. R., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, bidigare@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15478 | Poster ID 1406

WAVE EDUCTOR AND ITS POTENTIAL USE IN OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION

Yin, L., Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, larry.yin@gmail.com; Blumberg, A. F., Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, ablumberg@stevens.edu; Wakeman, T. H., Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, twakeman@stevens.edu; Miller, J. K., Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, jmiller@stevens.edu; Datla, R. V., Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, rdatla@stevens.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/wave-eductor-and-its-potential-use-in-ocean-thermal-energy-conversion.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15706 | Poster ID 1407

WAVE POWER EXTRACTION BY A BOTTOM-MOUNTED OSCILLATING WATER COLUMN CONVERTER WITH V-SHAPED ARMS

Huang, Z., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cezhhuang@gmail.com; Deng, Z., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, ; Law, A., Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15748 | Poster ID 1408

ASSESSMENT OF FLOW FIELD IN THE INNER SEA OF THE PENGHU ISLANDS BY TIDAL ENERGY EXTRACTION AT INLETS: NUMERICAL APPROACH

Chiou, M. D., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, mdchiou@ntu.edu.tw; Jan, S., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, senjan@ntu.edu.tw; Kuo, T. H., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, kuoth@ntu.edu.tw; Chen, C. C., Department of Life Science, Natinal Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan ROC, ; Chien, H., Institute of Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences, National Central University, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16261 | Poster ID 1409

A LOW-COST AND HIGH-VALUE METHOD FOR INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF TIDAL ENERGY POTENTIAL AND VALIDATION OF COASTAL OCEAN MODELS

Trowse, G. C., Fundy Tidal Inc., Canada, gtrowse@gmail.com; Hay, A. E., Dalhousie University, Canada, alex.hay@phys.ocean.dal.ca; Karsten, R., Acadia University, Canada, richard.karsten@acadiau.ca; Cheel, R. A., Dalhousie, Canada, richard.cheel@dal.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16423 | Poster ID 1410

ON IN-SITU DERIVED CLIMATOLOGY, REMOTE VIEWS AND NUMERICAL MODEL OUTPUT OF WINDS AND WAVES IN U.S. COASTAL WATERS

Pietrafesa, L. J., Coastal Carolina University, USA, ljpietra@ncsu.edu; Bao, S., Coastal Carolina University, USA, sbao@coastal.edu; Li, X. F., NOAA, USA, xiaofeng.li@noaa.gov; Yan, T., Coastal Carolina University, USA, tyan@coastal.edu; Gayes, P. T., Coastal Carolina University, USA, ptgayes@coastal.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16429 | Poster ID 1463

MODELING TIDAL POWER DENSITY AND TIDAL FARM EFFICIENCY IN THE WESTERN PASSAGE

Xue, H., University of Maine, USA, hxue@maine.edu; Rao, S., University of Maine, USA, shivanesh.rao@maine.edu; Bao, M., Ocean University of China, China, minbao1985@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16445 | Poster ID 1464

ESTIMATING A STABILITY-BASED DEPICTION OF TURBINE-HEIGHT WINDS OFFSHORE OF NORTH CAROLINA

Thomas, N., UNC-CHAPEL HILL, USA, npthomas@live.unc.edu; Seim, H., UNC-CHAPEL HILL, , hseim@email.unc.edu; Haines, S., UNC-CHAPEL HILL, USA, sarahaines@unc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16613 | Poster ID 1465

WAVE ENVIRONMENT CHARACTERIZATION AT WAVE ENERGY CONVERTER (WEC) TEST SITES

Dallman, A. R., Sandia National Laboratories, USA, ardallm@gmail.com; Gunawan, B., Sandia National Laboratories, USA, bgunawa@sandia.gov; Neary, V., Sandia National Laboratories, USA, vsneary@sandia.gov; Bull, D., Sandia National Laboratories, USA, dlbull@sandia.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16722 | Poster ID 1466

IMPROVING THE DESIGN BASIS FOR OFFSHORE WIND TURBINES IN SHALLOW WATER SUSCEPTIBLE TO TROPICAL CYCLONES.

Nichols, R., Savannah River National Laboratory, USA, ralph.nichols@srnl.doe.gov; Gayes, P. T., Coastal Carolina University, USA, ptgayes@coastal.edu; Pietrafesa, L., Coastal Carolina University, USA, ljpietra@ncsu.edu; Driscoll, F., National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA, Frederick.Driscoll@nrel.gov ; Dolan, D., MMI Engineering, USA, ljpietra@ncsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17373 | Poster ID 1467

GULF STREAM MHK POWER CHARACTERISTICS OFF CAPE HATTERAS, NORTH CAROLINA

Lowcher, C. F., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Coastal Studies Institute, USA, clowcher@live.unc.edu; Bane, J. M., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, bane@unc.edu; He, R., Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences at North Carolina State University, USA, rhe@ncsu.edu; Muglia, M., University of North Carolina Coastal Studies Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, muglia@csi.northcarolina.edu; Gong, Y., Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences at North Carolina State University, USA, ygong3@ncsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17933 | Poster ID 1468

A SYNCHRONIZED SENSOR ARRAY FOR REMOTE MONITORING OF AVIAN AND BAT INTERACTIONS WITH OFFSHORE WIND TURBINES

Suryan, R., Oregon State University, USA, rob.suryan@oregonstate.edu; Albertani, R., Oregon State University, USA, ; Polagye, B., University of Washington, USA, rob.suryan@oregonstate.edu; Flowers, J., Oregon State University, USA, ; Harrison, T., University of Washington, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17978 | Poster ID 1469

FRAMEWORK FOR BASELINE AND EFFECTS MONITORING PROTOCOLS FOR OCEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY

Kramer, S. H., H. T. Harvey & Associates, USA, skramer@harveyecology.com;

035 - Optics and Light in the Particle-Laden Coastal Ocean

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13232 | Poster ID 819

VARIABILITY OF PARTICLE DISTRIBUTION USING OPTICAL MEASUREMENTS WITHIN THE COLUMBIA RIVER PLUME

TAO, J., Dalhousie University, Canada, jing.tao@dal.ca; Hill, P. S., Dalhousie University, Canada, Paul.Hill@dal.ca; Milligan, T. G., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, tim.milligan@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13284 | Poster ID 820

BACKSCATTER RATIO AS A PROXY FOR AREA-TO-MASS RATIO

Hill, P. S., Dalhousie University, Canada, paul.hill@dal.ca; Milligan, T. G., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, tim.milligan@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Boss, E., University of Maine, USA, emmanuel.boss@maine.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13375 | Poster ID 821

SPECTRAL ABSORPTION PROPERTIES OF MINERAL PARTICLES IN WESTERN LAKE ERIE: INSIGHTS FROM INDIVIDUAL PARTICLE ANALYSIS

Peng, F., Upstate Freshwater Institute, USA, fpeng@upstatefreshwater.org; Effler, S. W., Upstate Freshwater Institute, USA, sweffler@upstatefreshwater.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14448 | Poster ID 822

OPTICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF ECOLOGICAL REGIMES IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Neukermans, G., UCSD SIO, USA, gneukermans@ucsd.edu; Reynolds, R. A., UCSD SIO, USA, rreynolds@ucsd.edu; Stramski, D., UCSD SIO, USA, dstramski@ucsd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/optical-differentiation-of-ecological-regimes-in-the-arctic-ocean-1.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14800 | Poster ID 823

LIGHT ABSORPTION BY PHYTOPLANKTON FROM THE GULF OF GDANSK (BALTIC SEA)

Wojtasiewicz, B., University of Gdansk, Poland, ocebwo@ug.edu.pl; Wozniak, M., University of Gdansk, Poland, ; Bradtke, K., University of Gdansk, Poland, ocekb@ug.edu.pl; Ston-Egiert, J., Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ; Krezel, A., University of Gdansk, Poland, oceak@ug.edu.pl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15022 | Poster ID 824

UNDERSTANDING PARTICLE FIELDS AND THEIR RELATION TO OPTICS USING IN-SITU HOLOGRAPHIC MICROSCOPY

Sullivan, J. M., WET Labs Inc., USA, jims@wetlabs.com; Twardowski, M. S., WET Labs Inc., USA, mtwardo@wetlabs.com; Katz, J., The Johns Hopkins University, USA, katz@jhu.edu; McFarland, M., The UNiversity of Rhode Island, USA, malcolm@my.uri.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15148 | Poster ID 825

OPTICAL DESCRIPTIONS OF SUSPENDED PARTICLE COMPOSITION AND MORPHOLOGY IN EASTERN LONG ISLAND SOUND AND BLOCK ISLAND SOUND

Ackleson, S. G., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, steve@saoceans.com; O'Donnell, J., University of Connecticut, USA, james.odonnell@uconn.edu; Howard-Strobel, M. M., University of Connecticut, USA, kay.howard-strobel@uconn.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/in-situ-proxies-for-suspended-particle-composition-and-morphology-in-eastern-long-island-sound-and

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15644 | Poster ID 826

OPTICAL CLOSURE FOR THE REMOTE-SENSING REFLECTANCE: THE CASE OF CHANGJIANG (YANGTZE) RIVER ESTUARY AND ITS ADJACENT COASTAL AREA, CHINA

Sokoletsky, L. G., East China Normal University, China, sokoletsky.leonid@gmail.com; Shen, F., East China Normal University, China, fshen@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/optical-closure-for-the-remote-sensing-reflectance-the-case-of-changjiang-yangtze-river-estuary-and

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15924 | Poster ID 827

THE USE OF OPTICS FOR INFERRING PROPERTIES OF SUBSURFACE OIL AND GAS PARTICLES

Davies, E. J., SINTEF: Materials and Chemistry, Norway, emlyn.john.davies@sintef.no; Brandvik, P. J., SINTEF: Materials and Chemistry, Norway, ; Leirvik, F., SINTEF: Materials and Chemistry, Norway, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-use-of-optics-for-inferring-properties-of-subsurface-oil-and-gas-particles.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16100 | Poster ID 828

EXPLOITING LIDAR TO RETRIEVE PARTICLE DISTRIBUTIONS OF THE UPPER OCEAN

Sukenik, C. I., Old Dominion University, Department of Physics, USA, csukenik@odu.edu; Zimmerman, R., Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, , ; Hill, V., Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, ; Degree, A., Old Dominion University, Department of Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16104 | Poster ID 829

LIGHT ABSORPTION BY PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE BALTIC SEA AND POLISH LAKES

Ficek, D., Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Poland, ficek@apsl.edu.pl; Meler, J., Instytute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ; Ston-Egiert, J., Instytute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ; Zapadka, T., Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Poland, ; Majchrowski, R., Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Poland, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16181 | Poster ID 830

THE OPTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF VARIABILITY IN NATURAL PARTICLE POPULATIONS OBSERVED IN UK COASTAL WATERS

Graham, G. W., Plymouth University, United Kingdom, george.graham@plymouth.ac.uk; Nimmo Smith, W. A., Plymouth University, United Kingdom, alex.nimmo.smith@plymouth.ac.uk; Davies, E. J., SINTEF, Norway, emlyn.john.davies@sintef.no; McKee, D., University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, david.mckee@strath.ac.uk; Bowers, D. G., Bangor University, United Kingdom, d.g.bowers@bangor.ac.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16250 | Poster ID 831

EXAMINING PARTICLES AT DIFFERENT ANGLES: INFERENCES FROM VOLUME SCATTERING FUNCTIONS

Zhang, X., University of North Dakota, USA, zhang@aero.und.edu; Gray, D., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, ; Huot, Y., University of Sherbrooke, Canada, yannick.huot@usherbrooke.ca; Stavn, R., Univeristy of North Carolina/Greenboro, USA, rhstavn@uncg.edu; Twardowski, M., WETLabs Inc., USA, mtwardo@wetlabs.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/examining-particles-from-different-angles-inference-from-volume-scattering-function.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16507 | Poster ID 832

LIGHT SCATTERING BY EMILIANIA HUXLEYI BASED ON A REALISTIC NONSPHERICAL MODEL

Zhai, P., SSAI, USA, pengwang.zhai@ssaihq.com; Hu, Y., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, yongxiang.hu-1@nasa.gov; Trepte, C. R., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, charles.r.trepte@nasa.gov; Winker, D. M., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, david.m.winker@nasa.gov; Josset, D. B., SSAI, USA, damien.b.josset@nasa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16656 | Poster ID 833

NEW PHASE FUNCTION TAILORED FOR AOP TO IOP INVERSION

Fournier, G., DRDC , Canada, Grfournier1@gmail.com; Sanjuan calzado, V., Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation NATO, Italy, Sanjuan@cmre.nato.int; Trees@cmre.nato.int, C., Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation NATO, Italy, Trees@cmre.nato.int; Neukermans, G., Scripps institution of Oceanography, USA, Gneukermans@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16953 | Poster ID 834

UNDERWATER BENTHIC MICROSCOPY

Treibitz, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, tali@ucsd.edu; Mullen, A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, a1mullen@ucsd.edu; Roberts, P. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, paulr@mpl.ucsd.edu; Laxton, B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, blaxton@mpl.ucsd.edu; Jaffe, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, jjaffe@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17136 | Poster ID 875

BEAM ATTENUATION MEASUREMENTS WITH AN IN SITU LIDAR INSTRUMENT OVER A WIDE RANGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN THE LIGURIAN SEA

Vuorenkoski, A., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, USA, adalglei@hboi.fau.edu; Twardowski, M., WET Labs, Inc., Department of Research, USA, mtwardo@wetlabs.com; Stockley, N., WET Labs, Inc., Department of Research, USA, nstockley@wetlabs.com; Dalgleish, F., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, USA, fdalglei@hboi.fau.edu; Ouyang, B., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, USA, bouyang@hboi.fau.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17567 | Poster ID 876

PLANKTON IN MONTEREY BAY: OPTIMIZATION OF OPTICAL SENSOR DATA FROM AUVS WITH APPLICATIONS IN PLANKTON COMMUNITY COMPOSITION

Wyse, D. E., Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, USA, dwyse@mlml.calstate.edu; McPhee-Shaw, E. E., Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, USA, eshaw@mlml.calstate.edu; Bellingham, J. G., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, jgb@mbari.org; Sudek, S., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, ssudek@mbari.org; Bowers, H. A., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, hbowers@mbari.org;

038 - The Coral Triangle of the Indonesian/Philippines Archipelago, its response to Climate change

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13190 | Poster ID 2579

ASSESING THE ECOLOGICAL TIPPING POINT OF CORAL REEFS IN NW BALI, INDONESIA

Dustan, P., College of Charleston, USA, dustanp@cofc.edu; Doherty, O., Biosphere Foundation, United Kingdom, orla@pcrf.org; Milner, C., Biosphere Foundation, United Kingdom, carolafloat@gmail.com; Lehman, A., College of Charleston, USA, aplehman@g.cofc.edu; Alling, A., Biosphere Foundation, USA, alling@pcrf.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13676 | Poster ID 2580

MEIOFAUNA ABUNDANCE AND DIVERSITY IN BALI, INDONESIA

Moore, T. N., Old Dominion, USA, tiaranmoore@gmail.com; Gaynus, C. J., Hampton University, USA, camille.gaynus@my.hamptonu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13677 | Poster ID 2581

MEIOFAUNA ABUNDANCE AND DIVERSITY IN BALI, INDONESIA

Gaynus, C., Hampton University , USA, camille.gaynus@my.hamptonu.edu; Moore, T., Old Dominion , USA, tiaranmoore@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14309 | Poster ID 2582

VALIDATING A TECHNIQUE FOR MEASURING CORAL REEF BIODIVERISTY

Howard, C. D., Spelman College, USA, chloehoward14@yahoo.com; Keliher, J., Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, USA, ; Noer, I., Indonesian Biodiversity Research Center, Indonesia, ; Arbi, U. Y., Indonesian Biodiversity Research Center, Indonesia, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15086 | Poster ID 2583

CLIMATE, BLEACHING AND CONNECTIVITY IN THE CORAL TRIANGLE.

Curchitser, E. N., Rutgers University, USA, enrique@esm.rutgers.edu; Castruccio, F. S., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, fredc@ucar.edu; Kleypas, J. A., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, kleypas@ucar.edu; Pinksy, M., Rutgers University, USA, malin.pinsky@rutgers.edu; Watson, J. R., Princeton University, USA, jrwatson@princeton.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15169 | Poster ID 2584

ARE THERE THERMAL REFUGIA FOR CORAL REEFS IN THE CORAL TRIANGLE?

Kleypas, J. A., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, kleypas@ucar.edu; Castruccio, F., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, fredc@ucar.edu; Curchitser, E., Rutgers University, USA, enrique@esm.rutgers.edu; McLeod, E., The Nature Conservancy, USA, emcleod@TNC.ORG;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/are-there-thermal-refugia-for-coral-reefs-in-the-coral-triangle.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16000 | Poster ID 2620

ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITS FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF CORAL HABITATS IN THE CORAL TRIANGLE

Guan, Y., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) GmbH, Germany, yi.guan@zmt-bremen.de; Hohn, S., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) GmbH, Germany, soenke.hohn@zmt-bremen.de; Merico, A., Jacobs University Bremen / Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) GmbH, Germany, agostino.merico@zmt-bremen.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16295 | Poster ID 2621

A FRAMEWORK FOR INVESTIGATING THE IMPACTS OF CHANGING TEMPERATURE AND CIRCULATION ON CORAL CONNECTIVITY IN THE CORAL TRIANGLE

Castruccio, F. S., NCAR, USA, fredc@ucar.edu; Curchitser, E. N., Rutgers University, USA, enrique@esm.rutgers.edu; Kleypas, J. A., NCAR, USA, kleypas@ucar.edu; Pinsky , M. L., Rutgers University, USA, malin.pinsky@rutgers.edu; Watson, J. R., Princeton University, USA, jrwatson@princeton.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16856 | Poster ID 2622

SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY OF ACROPORA MILLEPORA CONNECTIVITY IN THE SPRATLY ISLANDS

Dorman, J. G., University of California, Berkeley, USA, dorman@berkeley.edu; Castruccio, F. S., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, fredc@ucar.edu; Powell, T. M., University of California, Berkeley, USA, zackp@berkeley.edu; Kleypas, J. A., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, kleypas@ucar.edu; Curchitser, E. N., Rutgers University, USA, enrique@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17878 | Poster ID 2623

LOOKING BACK FOR THE FUTURE: WHAT SPECIES RESPONSE TO PAST CLIMATE CHANGE CAN TELL US ABOUT THE FUTURE OF CORAL REEFS IN A MARINE BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT

Sbrocco, E. J., Duke University, USA, elizabeth.sbrocco@duke.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18132 | Poster ID 2624

A PERSPECTIVE ON CLIMATE AND OCEANOGRAPHIC DRIVERS OF CORAL RESILIENCE IN THE HALMAHERA SEA

Davis, C. S., WHOI, USA, cdavis@whoi.edu; Cohen, A. L., WHOI, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; McKinnie, D., NOAA, USA, david.mckinnie@noaa.gov; Susanto, D., U. Maryland, USA, dwi@atmos.umd.edu; Ji, R., WHOI, USA, rji@who.edu;

045 - Sea-ing connections: Ocean science as a catalyst to inspire the next wave of young (preK-16) scientists and keep students engaged within and outside the classroom.

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12976 | Poster ID 1565

SEA LEVEL RISE AND NGSS: AN IMPETUS FOR COLLABORATIVE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Shea, N. A., University of Delaware, USA, nshea@udel.edu; Mouza, C., University of Delaware, USA, cmouza@udel.edu; McGinnis, R. J., University of Maryland, USA, jmcginni@umd.edu; Breslyn, W., University of Maryland, USA, wbreslyn@umd.edu; Hestness, E., University of Maryland, USA, emilyhestness@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13942 | Poster ID 1615

THE BENEFITS OF BEING A STUDENT OF TEACHER RESEARCHERS EXPERIENCES (SOTRE')

Eubanks, E. D., Pope John Paul II, USA, hoocaca@yahoo.com; Oberbauer, S., Florida International University, USA, oberbaue@fiu.edu; Lavoie, A. R., Pope John Paul II, USA, aceydoocey@yahoo.com; Ybanez, K., Pope John Paul II, USA, kybanez888@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14330 | Poster ID 1616

COSEE-TEK – LSAMP COLLABORATION: THE 2013 OCEAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE (OSTC) – DEVELOPING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS

Babb, I. G., University of Connecticut, USA, babb@uconn.edu; Erickson, J., University of Connecticut, USA, Joy.Erickson@uconn.edu; McKee, M. P., University of Connecticut, USA, mpmckee@yahoo.com; Joy, K., University of Connecticut, USA, Kevin.Joy@uconn.edu; Hamilton, J., University of Connecticut, USA, John.Hamilton@uconn.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.coseetek.net

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14361 | Poster ID 1617

USING ANALYSES OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA FROM PUGET SOUND, WA TO ENGAGE AND INFORM INTRODUCTORY EARTH SCIENCE STUDENTS

Hoppe, K. A., Green River Community College, USA, khoppe@greenriver.edu; Furutani, T. T., North Seattle Community College, USA, tfurutan@northseattle.edu; Nesbit, E. A., University of Washington, USA, lnesbitt@u.washington.edu; Martin, R. A., University of Washington, USA, ruthm2@u.washington.edu ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15229 | Poster ID 1618

TRACKING A SEVEN YEAR SOTRE (STUDENT OF TEACHER RESEARCH EXPERIENCES)

Eubanks, E. D., Pope John Paul II High School, USA, hoocaca@yahoo.com; Guinan, E. M., Pope John Paul II High School, USA, emily.guinan@yahoo.com; Oberbauer, S. F., Florida International University, USA, oberbaue@fiu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15435 | Poster ID 1619

DUAL CREDIT GEOLOGY PROGRAM INTRODUCES OCEAN SCIENCES TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Awad, A. A., Maine East High School, USA, aawad@maine207.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15577 | Poster ID 1621

NA KEIKI O KA `AINA SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMPS: TEACHING AND INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS ON KAUA`I

Mayfield, K. K., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, kkmayfie@ucsc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16749 | Poster ID 1623

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS EXPERIENCE MARINE SCIENCE THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE’S TIDE CAMP

Newton, F. A., University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean and Environment, USA, fanewt@udel.edu; Veron, D. E., University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean and Environment, USA, dveron@udel.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16842 | Poster ID 1624

THE OCEAN SCIECNE SYMPOSIUM: NURTURING ENTHUSIASM IN K-16 STUDENTS FOR OCEAN SCIENCE AND TECH THROUGH INTERDISCIPLINARY PEER-2-PEER MENTORING

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

ePoster Link: http://www.oceannetworks.ca/learning/learning-events/ocean-science-symposium

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16858 | Poster ID 1625

WHAT WOULD THEY CHOOSE? USING OCEAN LITERACY PRINCIPLES AND INQUIRY-BASED SCENARIOS TO TEACH STUDENTS ABOUT EVALUATION OF MARINE ISSUES

Hills, W. B., Coastal Carolina University, Coastal, Marine & Wetland Studies Program, USA, wbhills@coastal.edu; Rue, A. N., Carolina Forest High School, USA, arue@horrycountyschools.net; Gilman, C. S., Coastal Carolina University, Marine Science Department, USA, gilman@coastal.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/what-would-they-choose-using-ocean-literacy-principles-and-inquiry-based-scenarios-to-teach.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16890 | Poster ID 1626

FACULTY, GRADUATE STUDENTS AND HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS WORKING TOGETHER FOR OCEAN AND CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION: WHAT’S DATA GOT TO DO WITH IT?

Bertram, M. A., University of Washington, USA, mbertram@ocean.washington.edu; Thompson, L., University of Washington, USA, luanne@uw.edu; Palevsky, H., University of Washington, USA, palevsky@u.washington.edu; Flowers, N., Everett High School, USA, NFlowers@everettsd.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/faculty-graduate-students-and-experienced-high-school-teachers-working-together-for-ocean-and-1.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17199 | Poster ID 1627

USING GLOBAL DISPLAY THEATER AND INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN OCEAN AND CLIMATE SCIENCE

Ferenbaugh, J. K., James Madison University, USA, ferenbjk@jmu.edu; Brodrick-Hartman, C. J., James Madison University, USA, brodricj@jmu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17209 | Poster ID 1628

USING TSUNAMIS TO PUT ENGINEERING INTO STEM: COASTAL ENGINEERING MODULES FOR FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION

Lyman-Holt, A. L., Oregon State University, USA, Alicia.Lyman-Holt@oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://wave.oregonstate.edu

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17377 | Poster ID 1629

SCIENCE IN ACTION: 9-12 SCIENCE EDUCATION WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY INFRASTRUCTURE FOSTERS EFFECTIVE PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

Rii, Y. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa/C-MORE, USA, shimi@hawaii.edu; Komatsu, J. N., University of Hawaii at Manoa/Outreach College, USA, komatsuj@hawaii.edu; Hayakawa, D. H., Kapiolani Community College/University of Hawaii-West Oahu, USA, darin@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/science-in-action-9-12-science-education-within-the-university-infrastructure-fosters-effective.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17681 | Poster ID 1630

DOING SCIENCE LIKE AN OCEAN SCIENTIST: OCEAN IMMERSION PROGRAMS TO ENGAGE STUDENTS AND TEACHERS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM--- AT SEA, IN LABS, IN THE FIELD

Greely, T., University of South Florida, USA, greely@usf.edu; Lodge, A., University of South Florida, USA, alodge@usf.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.marine.usf.edu/girlscamp

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17755 | Poster ID 1670

FROM DOLPHINS TO PLANKTON: IDENTIFYING EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINING UNDERREPRESENTED YOUTH INTEREST IN STEM FOR FORMAL AND INFORMAL EDUCATION SETTINGS

Wold-Brennon, R. E., Hawaii Academy of Arts & Science PCS, USA, randi.brennon@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://huimalama.weebly.com/

050 - Arctic in Rapid Transition (ART): Impacts of Climate Change on the Ecology, Biogeochemistry, and Biological Carbon Pump of the Arctic Ocean

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12994 | Poster ID 1151

HIGHLY EFFICIENT BIOLOGICAL CARBON PUMP IN A PHAEOCYSTIS SP. BLOOM IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Le Moigne, F., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, f.lemoigne@noc.ac.uk; Poulton, A. J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ; Daniels, C. J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ; Henson, S. A., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ; Richier, S., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13065 | Poster ID 1152

TIDAL GLACIERS – NOAH’S ARC FOR ARCTIC MARINE FAUNA

Weslawski, J. M., Institute of Oceanology PAS, Poland, weslaw@iopan.gda.pl; Lydersen, C., Norsk Polarinstitutt, Norway, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13335 | Poster ID 1153

COUPLING AND FEEDBACKS IN THE METHANE HYDRATE SYSTEM OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Mienert, J., CAGE - Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment, and Climate at The Arctic University of Norway, Norway, jurgen.mienert@uit.no; Carroll, J., CAGE - Centre for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment, and Climate at The Arctic University of Norway, Norway, jc@akvaplan.niva.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/cage-centre-for-arctic-gas-hydrate-environment-and-climate.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13909 | Poster ID 1154

TRACKING AN ICE MASS-BALANCE BUOY USING HIGH RESOLUTION SAR SIGNATURES WITH TERRASAR-X AND RADARSAT 2 IN THE BEAUFORT SEA

Ortiz, M., University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, mortiz@rsmas.miami.edu; Graber, H., University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, hgraber@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13964 | Poster ID 1155

INORGANIC CARBON SYSTEM DYNAMICS IN LAND-FAST ARCTIC SEA ICE DURING THE EARLY-MELT PERIOD: OBSERVATIONS USING STABLE CARBON ISOTOPES

Brown, K. A., University of British Columbia, Canada, kbrown@eos.ubc.ca; Miller, L. A., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, Lisa.Miller@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Mundy, C. J., University of Manitoba, Canada, cj.mundy@umanitoba.ca; Francois, R., Univeristy of British Columbia , Canada, rfrancois@eos.ubc.ca; Tortell, P., University of British Columbia , Canada, ptortell@eos.ubc.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14286 | Poster ID 1156

A SYNTHESIS OF ABSORPTION PROPERTIES OF THE PAN-ARCTIC OCEAN: APPLICATION TO SEMI-ANALYTICAL ESTIMATES OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON CONCENTRATIONS FROM SPACE

Matsuoka, A., Takuvik/Université Laval , Canada, Atsushi.Matsuoka@takuvik.ulaval.ca; Babin, M., Takuvik/Université Laval , Canada, Marcel.Babin@takuvik.ulaval.ca; Doxaran, D., Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche/CNRS, France, doxaran@obs-vlfr.fr; Hooker, S. B., National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)/Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), USA, stanford.b.hooker@nasa.gov; Mitchell, B. G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, USA, gmitchell@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14385 | Poster ID 1157

ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTIVITY IN A CHANGING ARCTIC OCEAN

Kosobokova, K. N., Insitute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation, xkosobokova@ocean.ru; Hopcroft, R. R., Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA, rrhopcroft@alaska.edu; Hirche, H. J., Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, hans-juergen.hirche@awi.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14388 | Poster ID 1158

PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROLS ON OXYGEN SATURATION VARIABILITY IN THE CENTRAL ARCTIC

Eveleth, R. K., Duke University, USA, rachel.eveleth@duke.edu; Timmermans, M. L., Yale University, USA, mary-louise.timmermans@yale.edu; Cassar, N., Duke University, USA, nicolas.cassar@duke.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/physical-and-biological-controls-on-oxygen-saturation-variability-in-the-upper-arctic-ocean.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14549 | Poster ID 1159

POSSIBLE CAUSES FOR ACCELERATED SEA ICE LOSS IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN AFTER 2000

Lee, H., Korea Maritime and Ocean University, Republic Of Korea, hjlee@kmou.ac.kr; Kwon, M., Korea Maritime and Ocean University, Republic Of Korea, mofjqm@naver.com; Lee, K., Korea Maritime and Ocean University, Republic Of Korea, kyung@kmou.ac.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14593 | Poster ID 1160

THE MAINTENANCE OF LAYERED STRUCTURE IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN BY THE ATLANTIC WATER INFLOW

Kawasaki, T., National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, kawasaki@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Hasumi, H., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, hasumi@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14773 | Poster ID 1161

HYDROACOUSTIC STUDY OF GLACIER CALVING EVENTS IN HORNSUND FJORD, SPITSBERGEN

Glowacki, O., Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, oglowacki@igf.edu.pl; Deane, G. B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, San Diego, USA, gdeane@ucsd.edu; Moskalik, M., Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, mmosk@igf.edu.pl; Tegowski, J., Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdansk, Poland, j.tegowski@ug.edu.pl; Blondel, P., University of Bath, United Kingdom, pyspb@bath.ac.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14829 | Poster ID 1162

A MULTI-SCALE APPROACH TO PREDICTING DEEP-SEA EPIFAUNAL BIOMASS IN THE CANADIAN HIGH ARCTIC USING REMOTELY SENSED DATA

Wei, C., Ocean Science Centre, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, cwei@mun.ca; Roy, V., Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski, Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR), Canada, virginie.roy@uqar.qc.ca; Bélanger, S., Département de biologie, BORÉAS, Université Laval, Canada, simon_belanger@uqar.qc.ca; Lawton, P., St. Andrews Biological Station, Department Fisheries and Ocean Canada, Canada, Peter.Lawton@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Snelgrove, P., Ocean Science Centre, Momorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, psnelgro@mun.ca; Archambault, P., Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski, Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR), Canada, philippe_archambault@uqar.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15116 | Poster ID 1163

ORGANIC CARBON IN SEDIMENTS SHAPES THE PATTERNS OF SPECIES DISTRIBUTION, DENSITY AND DIVERSITY OF ARCTIC FJORDIC MACROFAUNA (WEST SPITSBERGEN)

Wlodarska-|Kowalczuk, m., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, maria@iopan.gda.pl; Deja, k., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, kaitoziom@gmail.com; Legezynska, J., Instie of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, zosia@iopan.gda.pl; Kulinski, K., e of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, kroll@iopan.gda.pl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15193 | Poster ID 1246

AUTONOMOUS PCO2 AND O2 TIME-SERIES IN THE CENTRAL ARCTIC OCEAN

DeGrandpre, M., University of Montana, USA, michael.degrandpre@umontana.edu; Islam, F., University of Montana, USA, asm.islam@umontana.edu; Beatty, C., University of Montana, USA, cory.beatty@umontana.edu; Krishfield, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rkrishfield@whoi.edu; Toole, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jtoole@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.whoi.edu/itp

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15392 | Poster ID 1247

CORRELATING SEA ICE VARIABLES TO EPIBENTHIC COMMUNITIES ON THE ALASKAN ARCTIC SHELVES

Ravelo, A. M., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, amravelo@alaska.edu; Konar, B., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, bhkonar@alaska.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15475 | Poster ID 1248

REGIONAL AND DEPTH-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN THE CAPABILITIES OF ARCTIC MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES TO DEGRADE ORGANIC MATTER

Balmonte, J. P., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, balmonte@unc.edu; Arnosti, C., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, arnosti@email.unc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16408 | Poster ID 1249

ACIDIFICATION-INDUCED CARBONATE MINERAL DISSOLUTION IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA

Cross, J. N., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, Jessica.Cross@noaa.gov; Mathis, J. T., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, Jeremy.Mathis@noaa.gov; Evans, W., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, Wiley.Evans@noaa.gov; Byrne, R. H., University of South Florida, USA, RHByrne@usf.edu; Bates, N. R., Bermuda Institue of Ocean Sciences, United Kingdom, Nick.Bates@bios.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/acidification-induced-carbonate-mineral-dissolution-in-the-eastern-bering-sea.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16833 | Poster ID 1250

MULTI-YEAR OBSERVATIONS OF NEAR-INERTIAL INTERNAL WAVES IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Dosser, H. V., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, hdosser@apl.washington.edu; Rainville, L., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, rainville@apl.washington.edu; Toole, J. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jtoole@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17013 | Poster ID 1251

CHARACTERIZATION AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Corvi, E. R., Oregon State University, USA, corvie@onid.orst.edu; Goni, M. A., Oregon State University, USA, mgoni@coas.oregonstate.edu; Alleau, Y., Oregon State University, USA, yalleau@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/characterization-and-spatial-distribution-of-particulate-organic-matter-in-the-arctic-ocean.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17038 | Poster ID 1252

RECENT TRENDS IN THE PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF THE CANADIAN ARCTIC BASIN: A SATELLITE APPROACH

Devred, E., Takuvik, Université Laval - CNRS, Canada, emmanuel.devred@takuvik.ulaval.ca; Babin, M., Takuvik, Université Laval - CNRS, Canada, marcel.babin@takuvik.ulaval.ca; Matsuoka, A., Takuvik, Université Laval - CNRS, Canada, atsushi.matsuoka@takuvik.ulaval.ca; Coupel, P., Takuvik, Université Laval - CNRS, Canada, pierre.coupel@takuvik.ulaval.ca; Benoît-Gagné, M., Takuvik, Université Laval - CNRS, Canada, maxime.benoit-gagne@takuvik.ulaval.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17156 | Poster ID 1253

TRENDS IN ARCTIC OCEAN MOMENTUM INFLUX AND THE ROLE OF OPTIMUM SEA ICE CONCENTRATION

Martin, T., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, Polar Science Center, USA, torge@apl.washington.edu; Steele, M., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, Polar Science Center, USA, ; Zhang, J., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, Polar Science Center, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17181 | Poster ID 1254

EFFECT OF FOOD AND LIGHT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARCTIC COPEPOD CALANUS GLACIALIS DURING THE WINTER-SPRING TRANSITION

Boissonnot, L., UNIS/AWI, France, lauris.boissonnot@gmail.com; Søreide, J. E., UNIS, Norway, Janne.soreide@unis.no; Graeve, M., AWI, Germany, martin.graeve@awi.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17534 | Poster ID 1255

CHANGES IN ARCTIC SEA ICE AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION OVER THE LAST FOUR DECADES

Van Dijken, G. L., Stanford University, USA, gertvd@stanford.edu; Arrigo, K. R., Stanford University, USA, arrigo@stanford.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17627 | Poster ID 1256

FINE-SCALE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EFFECTS OF RAPID ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE ON GREENLAND HIGH ARCTIC COASTAL MARINE COMMUNITIES

Causey, D., U Alaska Anchorage, USA, dcausey@uaa.alaska.edu; Welker, J. M., U Alaska Anchorage, USA, dcausey@uaa.alaska.edu; Burnham, K., High Arctic Institute, Orion, IL, USA, kburnham@higharctic.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/fine-scale-spatial-and-temporal-effects-of-rapid-environmental-change-on-high-arctic-coastal-marine-1.pdf

054 - The dynamics of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (DYNAMO), multi-scale ocean-atmosphere interaction, and numerical simulation of coupled ocean-atmosphere processes

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17673 | Poster ID 1000

EFFECT OF COUPLED NUMERICAL MODEL COAWST IN PLANETARY BOUNDARY LAYER - A STUDY CASE ON THE CONFLUENCE BRAZIL-MALVINAS

Munchow, G. B., Rio Grande do Sul Federal University, Brazil, gabriel.munchow@ufrgs.br; Alves, R. M., Rio Grande do Sul Federal University, Brazil, rita.cma@terra.com.br; Pezzi, L. P., National Institute For Space Research, Brazil, luciano@dsr.inpe.br;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17799 | Poster ID 1011

CONVECTIVE COLD POOL STRUCTURE AND BOUNDARY LAYER RECOVERY: MULTISCALE AIR-SEA COUPLING PROCESS OBSERVED DURING DYNAMO

Chen, S. S., University of Miami/RSMAS, USA, schen@rsmas.miami.edu; Kerns, B. W., University of Miami/RSMAS, USA, ; Saravin, A., University of Miami/RSMAS, USA, ; Lee, C. Y., University of Miami/RSMAS, USA, ; Jorgensen, D. P., NOAA/NSSL, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18086 | Poster ID 1012

THE CLIMATE VARIABILITY & PREDICTABILITY (CVP) PROGRAM AT NOAA - DYNAMO RECENT PROJECT ADVANCEMENTS

Lucas, S., NOAA Climate Program Office, USA, sandy.lucas@noaa.gov; Todd, J., NOAA Climate Program Office, USA, james.todd@noaa.gov; Higgins, W., , USA, wayne.higgins@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://cpo.noaa.gov/ClimatePrograms/EarthSystemScience/ClimateVariabilityandPredictability/AboutCVP.aspx

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13540 | Poster ID 905

EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE OF THE ASSIMILATED DATA OF YOTC IN SIMULATING MJO

Dong, H., Second Institute of Oceanography,State Oceanic Administration, China, dongh@sio.org.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13917 | Poster ID 906

SOLAR TRANSMISSION AND RADIANT HEATING IN THE EQUATORIAL INDIAN OCEAN DURING DYNAMO

Ohlmann, C., UC Santa Barbara, USA, carter@eri.ucsb.edu; Moulin, A., Oregon State University, USA, amoulin@coas.oregonstate.edu; Moum, J., Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13930 | Poster ID 907

SURFACE MIXED LALYER HEAT BUDGET AT CENTRAL INDIAN OCEAN DURING MJO EVENTS

Chi, N., University of Washington, USA, nhchi@uw.edu; Lien, R., Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, lien@apl.washington.edu; D'Asaro, E., Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, dasaro@apl.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15212 | Poster ID 908

REMOTE OCEAN RESPONSE TO THE MADDEN-JULIAN OSCILLATION DURING THE DYNAMO FIELD CAMPAIGN: SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS AND OCEAN MODELING

Shinoda, T., Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, USA, tshinoda@tamucc.edu; Han, W., University of Colorado, USA, weiqing.han@colorado.edu; Zamudio, L., Florida State University, USA, luis.zamudio.ctr.mx@nrlssc.navy.mil; Jensen, T., NRL-Stennis, USA, tommy.jensen@nrlssc.navy.mil; Wang, C., NOAA/AOML, USA, chuzai.wang@noaa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15309 | Poster ID 909

LARGE EDDY SIMULATIONS OF TURBULENT PROCESSES IN THE UPPER EQUATORIAL INDIAN OCEAN DURING DYNAMO

Hoecker-Martinez, M. S., Oregon State University, USA, mhoecker@coas.oregonstate.edu; Smyth, W. D., Oregon State University, USA, smyth@coas.oregonstate.edu; Skyllingstad, E. D., Oregon State University, USA, skylling@coas.oregonstate.edu; Edson, J. B., University of Connecticut, USA, james.edson@uconn.edu; Moum, J. N., Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/large-eddy-simulations-of-turbulent-processes-in-the-upper-equatorial-indian-ocean-during-dynamo

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15807 | Poster ID 989

COUPLED VERSUS UNCOUPLED HINDCAST SIMULATIONS OF THE MJO IN THE YEAR OF TROPICAL CONVECTION

Shelly, A., Met Office, United Kingdom, ann.shelly@metoffice.giv.uk; Xavier, P., Met Office, United Kingdom, prince.xavier@metoffice.gov.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/coupled-versus-uncoupled-hindcast-simulations-of-the-mjo-in-the-year-of-tropical-convection-1

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16143 | Poster ID 990

AN INVESTIGATION OF LATENT, SENSIBLE AND NET HEAT EXCHANGE IN THE DYNAMO/LASP PROGRAM

Edson, J. B., University of Connecticut, USA, james.edson@uconn.edu; Fairall, C. W., NOAA/ESRL Physical Sciences Division, USA, ; Bariteau, L., CIRES University of Colorado, USA, ; de Szoeke, S., Oregon State University, USA, ; Marion, J., Oregon State University, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.marinesciences.uconn.edu/faculty/faculty.php?users=jbe04001

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16450 | Poster ID 991

A COUPLED ATMOSPHERE–OCEAN MODELLING SYSTEM TO INVESTIGATE THE EXCEPTIONAL WINTER 2012 CONDITIONS IN THE NORTHERN ADRIATIC SEA

Carniel, S., CNR-ISMAR, Italy, sandro.carniel@ismar.cnr.it; Miglietta, M. M., CNR-ISAC, Italy, m.miglietta@isac.cnr.it; Warner, J. C., USGS, USA, jcwarner@usgs.gov; Benetazzo, A., CNR-ISMAR, Italy, alvise.benetazzo@ve.ismar.cnr.it; Sclavo, M., CNR-ISMAR, Italy, mauro.sclavo@ve.ismar.cnr.it;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16597 | Poster ID 992

FREQUENCY-DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF FORCED VERSUS INTRINSIC VARIABILITY IN A QUASI-GEOSTROPHIC COUPLED OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE MODEL

Martin, P. E., University of Michigan, USA, paigemar@umich.edu; Arbic, B. K., University of Michigan, USA, arbic@umich.edu; Blundell, J. R., Southampton Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, jeff@noc.soton.ac.uk; Dewar, W. K., Florida State University, USA, dewar@ocean.fsu.edu; Hogg, A., Australian National University, Australia, andy.hogg@anu.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16745 | Poster ID 993

SOUTH ASIAN MONSOON DEPRESSIONS IN CMIP5 GCMS

Ashfaq, M., Oak Ridge National Lab, USA, mashfaq@ornl.gov; Rastogi, D., Oak Ridge National Lab, USA, rastogid@ornl.gov; Hodges, K., University of Reading , United Kingdom, k.i.hodges@reading.ac.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16798 | Poster ID 994

LOW-ORDER STOCHASTIC MODEL AND “PAST-NOISE FORECASTING” OF THE MADDEN-JULIAN OSCILLATION

Kondrashov, D., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, dkondras@atmos.ucla.edu; Chekroun, M. D., UCLA, USA, ; Robertson , A. W., IRI / Columbia University , USA, ; Ghil, M., UCLA, , ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17121 | Poster ID 995

WAVE-INFLUENCED OCEAN SURFACE LAYER TURBULENCE RESPONSE TO WIND BURSTS DURING DYNAMO

Zappa, C. J., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, zappa@ldeo.columbia.edu; Moum, J. N., College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu; Smyth, W. D., College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, USA, smyth@coas.oregonstate.edu; Edson, J. B., Department of Marine Sciences, University of Connecticut, USA, james.edson@uconn.edu; Fairall, C. W., NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, USA, chris.fairall@noaa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17248 | Poster ID 996

THE ROLE OF CONVECTIVE ACTIVITY DURING THE SUPPRESSED STAGE OF THE MJO

Skyllingstad, E. D., Oregon State University, USA, skylling@coas.oregonstate.edu; de Szoeke, S. P., Oregon State University, USA, sdeszoek@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17269 | Poster ID 997

OBSERVATIONS OF THE DIURNAL WARM LAYER DURING DYNAMO

Moulin, A. J., Oregon State University, USA, amoulin@coas.oregonstate.edu; Moum, J. N., Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu; Ohlmann, J. C., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, carter@eri.ucsb.edu; Shroyer, E. L., Oregon State University, USA, eshroyer@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17427 | Poster ID 998

SURFACE LAYER RESPONSE TO THE EQUATORIAL INDIAN OCEAN JET DURING AN MJO EVENT

Pujiana, K., CEOAS-Oregon State University, USA, kpujiana@coas.oregonstate.edu; Moum, J. N., CEOAS-Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17429 | Poster ID 999

COMPOSITE BEHAVIOR OF SIMULATED MADDEN-JULIAN OSCILLATION DISTURBANCES BASED ON INDIAN OCEAN DIPOLE PHASE

Benedict, J. J., Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA, jjbenedict@lbl.gov; Collins, W. D., Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA, wdcollins@lbl.gov;

058 - Mesoscale ocean processes and their representation in earth system models

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13040 | Poster ID 2892

HIGH-RESOLUTION MODEL INDICATES MAJOR ROLE OF EQUATORIAL AND OFF-EQUATORIAL UNDERCURRENTS IN SETTING OXYGEN LEVELS IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN

Duteil, O., GEOMAR, Germany, oduteil@geomar.de; Schwarzkopf, F., GEOMAR, Germany, fschwarzkopf@geomar.de; Böning, C., GEOMAR, Germany, cboening@geomar.de; Oschlies, A., GEOMAR, Germany, aoschlies@geomar.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13484 | Poster ID 2893

MESOSCALE EDDIES IN THE NORTHWESTERN SUBTROPICAL PACIFIC OCEAN:STATISTICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURES

YANG, G., The First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, gyang@fio.org.cn; WANG, F., Institute of Oceanography,CAS, China, ; Li, Y. L., University of Colorado, USA, ; Lin, P. F., Institute of Atmospheric Physics,CAS, China, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13494 | Poster ID 2894

M2 INTERNAL TIDE VARIABILITY MODULATED BY OCEAN CIRCULATION PROCESSES SOUTH OF JAPAN

Miyazawa, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Sciecne and Technology, Japan, ; Varlamov, S. M., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Sciecne and Technology, Japan, vsm@jamstec.go.jp; Guo, X., Ehime University, Japan, guoxinyu@sci.ehime-u.ac.jp; Kaoru, I., Kyushu University, Japan, ichikawa@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp; Miyama, T., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Sciecne and Technology, Japan, tmiyama@jamstec.go.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13571 | Poster ID 2895

IMPACT OF BOTTOM DRAG STRENGTH ON EDDYING OCEAN GENERAL CIRCULATION MODELS

Trossman, D. S., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, USA, dtross@umich.edu; Arbic, B. K., University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, USA, arbic@umich.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/impact-of-bottom-drag-strength-on-eddying-ocean-general-circulation-models-1

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13573 | Poster ID 2896

EKMAN, FRANKLIN AND HADAL: LOOP CURRENT EDDY SEPARATION AND STATISTICS FROM OBSERVATIONS

Hamilton, P., Leidos Corporation (formerly SAIC), Raleigh, NC, USA, peter.hamilton@leidos.com; Sheinbaum, J., CICESE, Ensenada, B.C., Mexico, julio sheinbaum ; Donohue, K. A., GSO/ University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI, USA, Kathleen Donohue ; Leben, R. R., CCAR/ University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA, Robert Leben ; Watts, D. R., GSO/ University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI, USA, DRandolph Watts ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/ekman-franklin-and-hadal-loop-current-eddy-separation-and-statistics-from-observations

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13626 | Poster ID 2897

A COMPARISON OF MESOSCALE EDDY HEAT FLUXES FROM OBSERVATIONS AND A HIGH-RESOLUTION OCEAN MODEL SIMULATION OF THE KUROSHIO EXTENSION

Bishop, S. P., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, sbishop@ucar.edu; Bryan, F. O., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, sbishop@ucar.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13787 | Poster ID 2898

AN ESTIMATE OF THE LORENZ ENERGY CYCLE FOR THE WORLD OCEAN BASED ON THE 1/10 DEGREE STORM/NCEP SIMULATION

von Storch, J., Max-Planck Institut für Meteorologie, Germany, jin-song.von.storch@zmaw.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15910 | Poster ID 2973

A NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE GREAT WHIRL LIFECYCLE

Vic, C., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, France, clement.vic@univ-brest.fr; Roullet, G., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, France, guillaume.roullet@univ-brest.fr; Carton, X., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, France, xavier.carton@univ-brest.fr; Capet, X., LOCEAN, France, xclod@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15930 | Poster ID 2974

INTERACTION OF A SURFACE VORTEX WITH AN INTERIOR ONE, IN QUASI GEOSTROPHIC MODEL WITH BUOYANCY BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

Perrot, X., LMD/ENS, France, xperrot@lmd.ens.fr; Dritschel, D. G., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15963 | Poster ID 2975

THE THICKNESS DIFFUSIVITY IN HIGH RESOLUTION OCEAN MODEL

Wang, F., Institute of Atmospheric Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, wfc1102@163.com; Liu, H., Institute of Atmospheric Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, licom2003@gmail.com; Lu, J., Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies (COAPS), Florida State University, USA, jlu@coaps.fsu.edu; Lin, P., Institute of Atmospheric Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, linpf@mail.iap.ac.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/thickness-diffusivity-diagnosed-in-eddy-resolving-lasgiap-climate-system-ocean-model-01x01-licom

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16003 | Poster ID 2976

CHARACTERIZATION OF MESOSCALE EDDIES IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA: PERSPECTIVES FROM MODELS AND OBSERVATIONS

Escudier, R., IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB), Spain, romain.escudier@imedea.uib-csic.es; Renault, L., UCLA, USA, lrenault@gmail.com; Juza, M., SOCIB, Spain, mjuza@socib.es; Pascual, A., IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB), Spain, ananda.pascual@imedea.uib-csic.es; Brasseur, P., LGGE (CNRS-UJF), France, pierre.brasseur@hmg.inpg.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16080 | Poster ID 2977

DYNAMICS OF BRAZIL CURRENT DIPOLES: BAROTROPIC INSTABILITIES AND FLOW-WESTERN BOUNDARY INTERACTIONS

Miranda, J. A., IEAPM-Brazilian Navy, Brazil, julianaalbertoni@gmail.com; Silveira, I. C., University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, ; Flierl, G. R., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/on-the-dynamics-of-the-brazil-current-dipoles.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16155 | Poster ID 2978

MESO-SCALE ENERGY LEVELS IN A HIERARCHY OF VARYING HORIZONTAL RESOLUTIONS GLOBAL OGCM CONFIGURATIONS

Bourdallé-Badie, R., Mercator Ocean, France, rbourdal@mercator-ocean.fr; Bricaud, C., Mercator Ocean, , cbricaud@mercator-ocean.fr; Drévillon, M., Mercator Ocean, , mdrevillon@mercator-ocean.fr; Drillet, Y., Mercator Ocean, , ydrillet@mercator-ocean.fr; Garric, G., Mercator Ocean, , ggarric@mercator-ocean.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16240 | Poster ID 2979

CLUSTERING ON THE SURFACE OF THE OCEAN

Olascoaga, M. J., RSMAS-U.Miami, USA, jolascoaga@rsmas.miami.edu; Beron-Vera, F. J., RSMAS-U.Miami, USA, fberon@rsmas.miami.edu; Haller, G., ETHZ, Switzerland, georgehaller@ethz.ch;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16292 | Poster ID 2980

ULF STREAM AND WIND INFLUENCE ON SHELF AND SLOPE CIRCULATION DURING WIND 2012 OFF LONG BAY (SE US)

Seim, H. E., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, hseim@email.unc.edu; Edwards, C. E., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography/University of Georgia, USA, catherine.edwards@skio.uga.edu; Nelson, J., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography/University of Georgia, USA, Jim.Nelson@skio.uga.edu; Haines, S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, sarahaines@unc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16473 | Poster ID 2981

MIXED LAYER EDDY DIFFUSIVITY: EFFECTS OF SURFACE RELAXATION AND TURBULENT MIXING

Zhang, Y., Ocean University of China, China, yusophie.zhang@gmail.com; Ferrari , R., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, raffaele@mit.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16494 | Poster ID 2982

TOWARDS A STOCHASTIC PARAMETRIZATION OF OCEAN MESOSCALE EDDIES

Zanna, L., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, zanna@atm.ox.ac.uk; Mana, P. L., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16640 | Poster ID 2983

HOW DOES ISOPYCNAL STIRRING IMPACT GLOBAL CLIMATE IN AN EARTH SYSTEM MODEL?

Pradal, M. A., Johns Hopkins University, USA, mpradal1@jhu.edu; Gnanadesikan, A., Johns Hopkins University, USA, gnanades@jhu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16767 | Poster ID 2984

MESOSCALE EDDIES IN THE SOUTH OF JAWA WATER AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH BIGEYE TUNE (THANNUS OBESUS) HOTSPOT IN THE EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN

Syamsudin, F., Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT), Indonesia, fadlihiro@yahoo.com; Syamsuddin, M. L., University of Padjadjaran, West Jawa, Indonesia, vegha16@yahoo.com; Iskandar, I., University of Sriwijaya, South of Sumatera, Indonesia, iskhaq@yahoo.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16875 | Poster ID 2985

THE QUASI-STANDING UNSTABLE MEANDERS OF THE BRAZIL CURRENT

Palóczy, A., University of São Paulo/Oceanographic Institute, Brazil, paloczy@gmail.com; Silveira, I. C., University of São Paulo/Oceanographic Institute, Brazil, ilsonsilveira@gmail.com; Rocha, C. B., University of São Paulo/Oceanographic Institute, Brazil, cesarbarbedorocha@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17018 | Poster ID 2986

An exceptional anticyclonic eddy in the South China Sea in 2010

Chu, X., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academic of Science, China, chuxq@scsio.ac.cn; Xue, H., School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine, USA, hxue@maine.edu; Qi, Y., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academic of Science, China, qiyiquan@scsio.ac.cn; Wang, D., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academic of Science, China, dxwang@scsio.ac.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/an-exceptional-anticyclonic-eddy-in-the-south-china-sea-in-2010.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17155 | Poster ID 2987

IMPACT OF BOTTOM FRICTION ON MULTI-LAYER QUASI-GEOSTROPHIC TURBULENCE WITH SURFACE BOUNDARY EFFECTS

Wetzel, A. N., University of Michigan, USA, wreagan@umich.edu; Arbic, B. K., University of Michigan, USA, arbic@umich.edu; Flierl, G. R., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, glenn@lake.mit.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17176 | Poster ID 2988

LAGRANGIAN EDDY DIFFUSIVITIES AND THEIR RELATION TO MEAN JETS

Griesel, A., IFM Hamburg, Germany, alexa.griesel@zmaw.de; Eden, C., IFM Hamburg, Germany, carsten.eden@zmaw.de; McClean, J. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, Jmcclean@ucsd.edu; Gille, S. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sgille@ucsd.edu; Sprintall, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jsprintall@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17899 | Poster ID 3041

A NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE YUCATAN UPWELLING PROCESSES

Ramos-Musalem, A. K., UNAM-CCA/UBC-EOAS, Canada, kramosmu@eos.ubc.ca; Zavala-Hidalgo, J., UNAM-CCA, Mexico, jzavala@atmosfera.unam.mx; Ruiz-Angulo, A., UNAM-CCA, Mexico, angel@atmosfera.unam.mx;

059 - Illuminating the Deep Ocean: Limits to Understanding, Observation Requirements, and Overcoming the Challenges

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13131 | Poster ID 2009

ADCP-BASED DEEP-WATER CURRENT VELOCITY STRUCTURE IN THE NORTHEASTERN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Zhao, Y., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, China, yeoloon@tongji.edu.cn; Liu, Z., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, China, lzhifei@tongji.edu.cn; Zhang, Y., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, China, ywzhang@tongji.edu.cn; Wang, W., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, China, wwg-abner@163.com; Xu, J., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, jpx@usgs.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13537 | Poster ID 2010

THE CABLED OBSERVATORY AS AN ADVANCED TOOL FOR LONG-TERM STUDY OF BENTHIC COMMUNITIES

Aguzzi, J., Instituto de Ciencias del Mar (ICM-CSIC), Spain, jaguzzi@cmima.csic.es; Fanelli, E., ISPRA Lab. of Milazzo Via dei Mille 44. 98057, Milazzo (ME), Italy, Italy, emanuela.fanelli@enea.it; Thomsen , L., Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, l.thomsen@jacobs-university.de; Meredith , P., Rock & Ice Physics Laboratory, Department of Earth Sciences, University College London, Gower Street, United Kingdom, p.meredith@ucl.ac.uk; Favali, P., Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV). Via di Vigna Murata , Italy, paolofa@ingv.it;

ePoster Link: http://www.cmima.csic.es

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14142 | Poster ID 2011

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY FOR GAS HYDRATE PRODUCTION TEST IN THE ULLEUNG BASIN, EAST SEA, KOREA

Chun, J., Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Republic Of Korea, jhchun@kigam.re.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14508 | Poster ID 2012

DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN SITU RESPIROMETER TO MEASURE METABOLIC RATES OF HADAL INVERTEBRATES

Nunnally, C. C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cnunn@hawaii.edu; Friedman, J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, JFriedman@hawaii.edu; Drazen, J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jdrazen@hawaii.edu; Williamson, M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mwilliamson@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15037 | Poster ID 2013

THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC DEEP OVERTURNING CIRCULATION IN A REGIONAL-SCALE HYDROGRAPHIC INVERSE MODEL

Hautala, S. L., University of Washington, USA, hautala@uw.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15244 | Poster ID 2014

BUOYANT UNSPOOLING GENERATOR FOR LONG-DURATION DEEP SEA MONITORING STATIONS.

Izenberg, N. R., JHU/APL, USA, noam.izenberg@jhuapl.edu; Papadakis, S. J., JHU/APL, USA, ; Kott, T. M., JHU/APL, USA, ; Gold, R. E., JHU/APL, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16374 | Poster ID 2051

THREE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL MODELING OF SOUND PROPAGATION AND SCATTERING IN THE DEEP OCEAN WITH ELASTIC BOTTOMS

Udovydchenkov, I. A., Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ilya@whoi.edu; Stephen, R. A., Geology and Geophysics Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rstephen@whoi.edu; Komatitsch, D., Laboratory of Mechanics and Acoustics, CNRS, University of Aix-Marseille, France, komatitsch@lma.cnrs-mrs.fr; Xie, Z., Laboratory of Mechanics and Acoustics, CNRS, University of Aix-Marseille, France, xiezhinan1984@gmail.com; Tromp, J., Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, USA, jtromp@princeton.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16449 | Poster ID 2052

LONG-RANGE CORRELATIONS OF UNDERWATER PRESSURE FLUCTUATIONS

Godin, O. A., CIRES, University of Colorado and NOAA/ESRL, Physical Sciences Division, USA, oleg.godin@colorado.edu; Lv, C., University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, cheng.lv@colorado.edu; Evers, L. G., KNMI, Netherlands, laslo.evers@knmi.nl; Ball, J., University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, justin.ball@colorado.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16772 | Poster ID 2053

PATTERNS OF MACROFAUNA ABUNDANCES ON THE CONTINENTAL RISE OFF THE COAST OF CALIFORNIA

Easton, E. E., Florida State University, USA, eee04c@my.fsu.edu; Coker, R., Florida State University, USA, ; Thistle, D., Florida State University, USA, dthistle@fsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17016 | Poster ID 2054

COMPARISON OF SBE-43 AND RINKO III DISSOLVED OXYGEN SENSORS

Schatzman, C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, cschatzman@ucsd.edu; Johnson, M. C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mcj@ucsd.edu; Mattson, C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, cmattson@ucsd.edu; Becker, S. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sbecker@ucsd.edu; Swift, J. H., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jswift@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17350 | Poster ID 2055

ABYSSAL VOLUME TRANSPORT THROUGH THE SAMOAN PASSAGE: A CIRCULATION SCHEME AND 16-MONTH TIMESERIES BASED ON RECENT OBSERVATIONS

Voet, G., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, voet@apl.washington.edu; Alford, M. H., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, malford@apl.washington.edu; Carter, G. S., University of Hawai'i, USA, gscarter@hawaii.edu; Girton, J. B., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, girton@apl.washington.edu; Mickett, J. B., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, jmickett@apl.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17371 | Poster ID 2056

TOPOGRAPHIC CONTROL OF TRANSPORT AND MIXING IN THE SAMOAN PASSAGE: INSIGHTS FROM HYDRAULIC THEORY, PROCESSES MODELING, AND TRACER DISTRIBUTIONS

Girton, J. B., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, girton@apl.washington.edu; Alford, M. H., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, , malford@apl.washington.edu; Carter, G. S., University of Hawaii, USA, gscarter@hawaii.edu; Klymak, J. M., University of Victoria, Canada, jklymak@uvic.ca; Voet, G., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, voet@apl.washington.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/flowtopography-interactions-in-the-samoan-passage.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17420 | Poster ID 2057

MIXING OF BOTTOM WATER IN THE SAMOAN PASSAGE: RECENT ESTIMATES FROM MICROSTRUCTURE AND HIGH-RESOLUTION CTD PROFILING

Carter, G. S., University of Hawai'i, USA, gscarter@hawaii.edu; Alford, M. H., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, malford@apl.washington.edu; Girton, J. B., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, girton@apl.washington.edu; Klymak, J. M., University of Victoria, Canada, jklymak@uvic.ca; Voet, G., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, voet@apl.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17729 | Poster ID 2058

HADAL MARINE SCIENCE: THE DEEP ENDMEMBER OF OCEAN EXPLORATION

Fryer, P., Univ. Hawaii, USA, pfryer@hawaii.edu;

060 - Submarine Groundwater Discharge - from Ridge to Reef: Groundwater Evolution, Climate, Land-Use, Coastal Hydrology and Marine Biogeochemical Impacts

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13383 | Poster ID 1013

MERCURY DYNAMICS IN A COASTAL AQUIFER: MAUNALUA BAY, OAHU, HAWAII

Ganguli, P. M., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, priya.m.ganguli@gmail.com; Swarzenski, P. W., US Geological Survey, USA, pswarzen@usgs.gov; Dulaiova, H., University of Hawaii, USA, hdulaiov@hawaii.edu; Glenn, C. R., University of Hawaii, USA, glenn@soest.hawaii.edu; Flegal, A. R., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, flegal@ucsc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14117 | Poster ID 1014

BIOGEOCHEMICAL REACTIONS OF DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON IN SUBTERRANEAN ESTUARIES

Lee, J., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, jhlee96@snu.ac.kr; Kim, G., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, gkim@snu.ac.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14324 | Poster ID 1015

RADIUM BUDGET OF THE YORK RIVER ESTUARY (VA, USA) DOMINATED BY SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE AND A SEASONALLY VARIABLE GROUNDWATER END-MEMBER

Luek, J. L., University of Maryland, USA, jluek@cbl.umces.edu; Beck, A. J., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, abeck@vims.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14400 | Poster ID 1016

THE INFLUENCE OF NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT ON MICROZOOPLANKTON AND PHYTOPLANKTON IN WEST HAWAII WATERS

Lamar, F. G., Johns Hopkins University, USA, flamar3@jhu.edu; Heu, L., University of Hawaii- Hilo, USA, linneaheu@gmail.com; Adolf, J., University of Hawaii- Hilo, USA, jadolf@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14452 | Poster ID 1017

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT OF MICROIAL BIOMASS AND CLASS STURCTURE IN TROPICAL OLIGOTROPHIC WATERS OFF WEST HAWAIʻI

Heu, L. I., University of Hawii and Hilo, USA, linneaheu@gmail.com; Lamar, F., Johns Hopkins University, USA, f.lamar93@yahoo.com; Jenings-Kam, D. K., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, djkjk@hawaii.edu; Wiegner, T., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, wiegner@hawaii.edu; Adolf, J. E., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, jadolf@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14529 | Poster ID 1067

QUANTIFICATION OF METHANE TRANSPORT THROUGH SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE AT TWO HIGH-LATTITUDE OCEAN SITES

Lecher, A. L., University of California Santa CRuz, USA, alecher@ucsc.edu; Paytan, A., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, apaytan@ucsc.edu; Kessler, J., University of Rochester, USA, john.kessler@rochester.edu; Sparrow, K., University of Rochester, USA, ksparrow@z.rochester.edu; Dimova, N., University of Alabama, USA, ntdimova@as.ua.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15422 | Poster ID 1068

HOW MUCH DO HIGH-LEVEL AQUIFERS IMPACT SGD AND THE COASTAL ZONE IN HAWAII? UNSCRAMBLING THE SGD MIX WITH WATER ISOTOPES

Fackrell, J. K., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, fackrell@hawaii.edu; Glenn, C. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, glenn@soest.hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15436 | Poster ID 1069

CO2 DYNAMICS IN THE PRESENCE OF SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE AT KIHOLO BAY, HI

Economy, L. M., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, economy@hawaii.edu; Colbert, S. L., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, colberts@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15614 | Poster ID 1070

FATE OF GROUNDWATER-DELIVERED NUTRIENTS IN THE COASTAL OCEAN: THE CRITICAL ROLE OF RESIDENCE TIME

Waters, C. A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cawaters@hawaii.edu; Dulaiova, H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, hdulaiov@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15773 | Poster ID 1071

ESTIMATION OF SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE IN THE IL-GWANG WATERSHED USING WATER BUDGET ANALYSIS AND 222RN MASS BALANCE

Gwak, Y., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, gwakyong@gmail.com; Kim, S., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, kimsangh@pusan.ac.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16220 | Poster ID 1072

LARGE 224RA AND 228RA DISEQUILIBRIUM INDICATES INTENSE GROUNDWATER GEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN THE CABO FRIO COASTAL SYSTEM

Silva-Filho, E. V., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, emmanoelvieirasilvafilho@id.uff.br; Sanders, C. J., Southern Cross University, Australia, christian.sanders@scu.edu.au; Marques, E. D., Serviço Geológico do Brasil, Brazil, eduardo.marques@cprm.gov.br; Souza, G. V., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, giovanavignoli@hotmail.com; Smoak, J. M., University of South Florida, USA, smoak@mail.usf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16321 | Poster ID 1073

THE ROLE OF SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE (SGD) IN PROMOTING HYPOXIA IN SMITHTOWN BAY, NEW YORK

Tamborski, J. J., Stony Brook University Department of Geosciences, USA, joseph.tamborski@stonybrook.edu; Cochran, J. K., Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, kirk.cochran@stonybrook.edu; Bokuniewicz, H., Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, henry.bokuniewicz@stonybrook.edu; Rogers, A. D., Stony Brook University Department of Geosciences, USA, deanne.rogers@stonybrook.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16573 | Poster ID 1074

CALCULATING THE AVERAGE SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE FROM DISCRETE, TIDALLY MODULATED MEASUREMENTS

Coffey, R., Stony Brook University, USA, ruth.coffey@stonybrook.edu; Bokuniewicz, H. J., Stony Brook University, USA, henry.bokuniewicz@stonybrook.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16846 | Poster ID 1075

VALIDATING AND CALIBRATING SEAWATER INTRUSION MODELS IN COASTAL AQUIFERS USING ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY TOMOGRAPHY

Coburn, N. L., University of Alabama, USA, cobur002@crimson.ua.edu; Dimova, N., University of Alabama, USA, natodi@gmail.com; Torgashov, E., Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA, evgineniy@mst.edu; Ellis, J., University of Alabama, USA, john.ellis9@gmail.com; Tick, G., University of Alabama, USA, gtick@as.ua.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.geo.ua.edu

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17219 | Poster ID 1076

SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY TO ASSESS THE DOMINANT PHYTOPLANKTON IN NUTRIENT BIOASSAYS AT A SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER-INFLUENCED SITE ON WEST HAWAI'I ISLAND

Jennings-Kam, D. K., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, djenningskam@gmail.com; Adolf, J., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, jadolf@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17241 | Poster ID 1077

CONNECTING LAND USE TO SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE NUTRIENT LOADS ON MAUI

Bishop, J. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jbishop@hawaii.edu; Amato, D. W., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, dwamato@hawaii.edu; Glenn, C. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, glenn@soest.hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17557 | Poster ID 1078

GEOMICROBIOLOGY: INVESTIGATION OF MANGANESE DEPOSITING ECOSYSTEMS IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

Smythe, W. F., OHSU-IEH, USA, smythew@ebs.ogi.edu; McAllister, S. M., Western Washington , USA, ; Lee, S. W., OHSU-CMOP, USA, ; Moyer, C., OHSU, USA, ; Tebo, B. M., OHSU, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17722 | Poster ID 1079

NEARSHORE DYNAMICS OF AN SGD PLUME, KIHOLO BAY, HI

Colbert, S. L., University of Hawai'i at Hilo, USA, colberts@hawaii.edu; Adolf, J. E., University of Hawai'i at Hilo, , ; Cadiz, E., University of Hawai'i at Hilo, , emilyac@hawaii.edu; Economy, L., University of Hawai'i at Hilo, , economy@hawaii.edu; Pe'a, R., University of Hawai'i at Manoa, , rpea@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17901 | Poster ID 1080

SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE IN A STREAM-DOMINATED EMBAYMENT: KAHANA BAY, O`AHU, HAWAI`I

Mayfield, K. K., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, kkmayfie@ucsc.edu; Dulaiova, H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, hdulaiov@hawaii.edu; Glenn, C. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, glenn@soest.hawaii.edu; Kelly, J. L., Georgia Southern University, USA, jlkelly@georgiasouthern.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17962 | Poster ID 1081

USING MARINE ALGAE AS BIOINDICATORS OF ANTHROPOGENIC NUTRIENT POLLUTION IN HAWAIIAN COASTAL WATERS

Amato, D. W., University of Hawaii, USA, dwamato@hawaii.edu; Bishop, J. M., University of Hawaii, USA, jbishop@hawaii.edu; Glenn, C. R., University of Hawaii, USA, glenn@soest.hawaii.edu; Smith, C. M., University of Hawaii, USA, celia@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18009 | Poster ID 1082

SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER IMPACTS ON BENTHIC MACROALGAE C:N:P IN HAWAIIAN MARINE WATERS

Holitzki, T. M., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, holitzki@hawaii.edu; Johnson, E. E., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, erikej@hawaii.edu; Wiegner, T. N., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, wiegner@hawaii.edu;

069 - MARINE MICROBIAL ECOLOGY: THE RELATIVE ROLE OF DISPERSAL, INTERACTIONS, ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN STRUCTURING MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES.

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13499 | Poster ID 163

CILIATES EXHIBITED PROMINENT PROTEASE ACTIVITY AGAINST BACTERIA IN MICROCOSM EXPERIMENTS

Thao, N. V., Ehime University, Japan, y867001m@mails.cc.ehime-u.ac.jp; Nozawa, A., Ehime University, Japan, acorn_aki_0149@yahoo.co.jp; Obayashi, Y., Yokohama National University, Japan, jojo@ynu.ac.jp; Kitamura, S. I., Ehime University, Japan, kitamura@ehime-u.ac.jp; Suzuki, S., Ehime University, Japan, ssuzuki@ehime-u.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/ciliates-exhibited-prominent-protease-activity-against-bacteria-in-microcosm-experiments

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14265 | Poster ID 164

HALOCLINE SEDIMENTS OF DEEP HYPERSALINE ANOXIC BASINS SUPPORT PROTIST AND FUNGAL POPULATIONS

Bernhard, J. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jbernhard@whoi.edu; Kormas, K., University of Thessaly, Greece, kkormas@uth.gr; Pachiadaki, M. G., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mpachiadaki@whoi.edu; Rocke, E., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, erocke@gmail.com; Edgcomb, V. P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, vedgcomb@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14320 | Poster ID 165

EXTRACTION OF MICROBIAL EXTRACELLULAR POLYMERIC SUBSTANCE (EPS) USING THE ETHANOL PRECIPITATION METHOD

Smith, C. A., Savannah State University, USA, C_J12@hotmail.com; Sturdivant, L., Albany State University, USA, C_J12@hotmail.com; Oneyeokoro, L., Fort Valley State University, USA, Loughlin_O@live.com; Hoskins, D. L., Savannah State University, USA, hoskins@savannahstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14323 | Poster ID 166

DYNAMICS AND DISTRIBUTION OF AN UNCULTURED DEFENSIVE SYMBIONT AND ITS COSMOPOLITAN BRYOZOAN HOST

Lopanik, N. B., Georgia State University, USA, nlopanik@gsu.edu; Linneman, J., Georgia State University, USA, jlinneman@gmail.com; Paulus, D., Randolph-Macon College, USA, DarcyPaulus@go.rmc.edu; Lim-Fong, G. E., Randolph-Macon College, USA, glim@rmc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14710 | Poster ID 167

THE INFLUENCE OF MACROPHYTES ON FEEDING OF THE LARVAL FISH ON CILIATES IN A SHALLOW VÄINAMERI SEA

Karus, K., Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia, katrit.karus@emu.ee; Zingel, P., Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia, zingel@emu.ee; Agasild, H., Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia, helen.agasild@emu.ee;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14720 | Poster ID 168

EFFECTS OF TURBIDITY ON FEEDING OF THE YOUNG-OF-THE-YEAR PIKEPERCH (SANDER LUCIOPERCA) IN A SHALLOW SEMI-ENCLOSED VÄINAMERI SEA

Zingel, P., Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia, zingel@emu.ee; Karus, K., Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia, katrit.karus@emu.ee; Agasild, H., Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia, helen.agasild@emu.ee;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14840 | Poster ID 170

CILIATES AS THE FOOD SOURCE OF LARVAL FISH: COMPARISON BETWEEN A SHALLOW SEMI-ENCLOSED SEA BASIN AND A LARGE SHALLOW LAKE

Agasild, H., Estonian University of Life Sciences , Estonia, helen.agasild@emu.ee; Zingel, P., Estonian University of Life Sciences , Estonia, Priit.Zingel@emu.ee; Karus, K., Estonian University of Life Sciences , Estonia, Katrit.Karus@emu.ee; Nõges, T., Estonian University of Life Sciences , Estonia, Tiina.Noges@emu.ee;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14938 | Poster ID 171

BACTERIOPLANKTON COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO SOLAR RADIATION IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO

Hutcheson, J. M., University of West Florida, USA, jmh114@students.uwf.edu; Houghton, K. A., University of West Florida, USA, kah55@students.uwf.edu; Moss, J. A., University of West Florida, USA, jmoss@uwf.edu; Snyder, R. A., University of West Florida, USA, rsnyder@uwf.edu; Jeffrey, W. H., University of West Florida, USA, wjeffrey@uwf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14950 | Poster ID 172

EFFECTS OF OIL AND DISPERSANTS ON BACTERIOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION USING 16S RRNA AND ALKB GENES IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO

Houghton, K. A., University of West Florida, USA, kah55@students.uwf.edu; Hutcheson, J. M., University of West Florida, USA, JMH114@students.uwf.edu; Riensenfeld, C., University of West Florida, USA, criesenfeld@uwf.edu; Snyder, R. A., University of West Florida, USA, rsnyder@uwf.edu; Jeffrey, W. H., University of West Florida, USA, wjeffrey@uwf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14978 | Poster ID 173

CHANGES IN THE GROWTH PHYSIOLOGY OF DIFFERENT PROTEORHODOPSIN-CONTAINING MARINE FLAVOBACTERIA AT LOW AND HIGH NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS

Valliere, M., MIT, USA, mfv@mit.edu; Kim, H., MIT, USA, hanakim@mit.edu; Yoshizawa, S., MIT, University of Tokyo, , susumuy@mit.edu; DeLong, E. F., MIT, USA, delong@mit.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15002 | Poster ID 174

COMMUNITY COMPOSITION OF NITROGEN-FIXING BACTERIA AND VIBRIO SPP. IN ASSOCIATION WITH COPEPODS IN NORTH ATLANTIC COASTAL WATERS

Scavotto, R. E., Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, USA, rscavotto@umassd.edu; Dziallas, C., University of Copenhagen, Marine Biological Section, Denmark, ; Riemann, L., University of Copenhagen, Marine Biological Section, Denmark, ; Moisander, P. H., Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, USA, pmoisander@umassd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15056 | Poster ID 227

LIGHT-DRIVEN SODIUM PUMPS IN MARINE BACTERIA: A NEW TYPE OF MICROBIAL RHODOPSIN

Yoshizawa, S., MIT and The University of Tokyo, USA, susumuy@mit.edu; Kogure, K., The University of Tokyo, Japan, Kogure@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; DeLong, E. F., MIT, USA, delong@mit.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/light-driven-sodium-pumps-in-marine-bacteria-a-new-type-of-microbial-rhodopsin.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15061 | Poster ID 228

BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA COMMUNITY DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

McCurry, C. B., University of West Florida, USA, cbm18@students.uwf.edu; Moss, J. A., University of West Florida, USA, jmoss@uwf.edu; Tominack, S. A., University of West Florida, USA, sat26@students.uwf.edu; Jeffrey, W. H., University of West Florida, USA, wjeffrey@uwf.edu; Snyder, R. A., University of West Florida, USA, rsnyder@uwf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15110 | Poster ID 229

ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ACTINOBACTERIA FROM AQUATIC SYSTEMS

ZHANG, Y., KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, yzhang75@kent.edu; MOU, X., KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, xmou@kent.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15121 | Poster ID 230

MARINE LAKES AS MODEL SYSTEMS FOR UNDERSTANDING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MARINE MICROBIAL COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION

Wilson, J. M., University of California Merced, USA, jwilson34@ucmerced.edu; Beman, J. M., University of California Merced, USA, mbeman@ucmerced.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15135 | Poster ID 231

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF BACTERIOPLANKTON IN SOUTH ATLANTIC BIGHT REVEALED BY 16S RRNA GENE TAG PYROSEQUENCING

LU, X., KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, xlv@kent.edu; MOU, X., KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, xmou@kent.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15838 | Poster ID 232

AMMONIA-OXIDIZING ARCHAEA IN THE PACIFIC SECTOR OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN: CHARACTERISTICS OF DISTRIBUTION AND DIVERSITY

Li, Q., University of Tsukuba, Japan, lenalee119@gmail.com; Amano, C., Toyo University, Japan, achie603@gmail.com; Ijichi, M., The University of Tokyo, Japan, nitrification@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Utsumi, M., University of Tsukuba, Japan, utsumi.motoo.ge@u.tsukuba.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15933 | Poster ID 233

IN SITU INCUBATION FOR MARINE PROKARYOTES USING ROCS INCUBATION SYSTEM

Amano-Sato, C., Toyo University, Japan, amano@toyo.jp; Li, Q., University of Tsukuba, Japan, lenalee119@gmail.com; Takahashi, S., University of Tsukuba, Japan, electric.unagi@gmail.com; Utsumi, M., University of Tsukuba, Japan, utsumi.motoo.ge@u.tsukuba.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15936 | Poster ID 234

PROKARYOTIC BIODIVERSITY IN THE TERRESTRIAL HIGHLY ACIDIC HYDROTHERMAL SPRINGS IN COMPARISON TO MARINE HYDROTHERMAL VENTS

Satoh, T., SOKA UNIVERSITY, Japan, tomoko@soka.ac.jp; Watanabe, K., SOKA UNIVERSITY, Japan, kewatana@yahoo.co.jp; Yamamoto, H., SOKA UNIVERSITY, Japan, yhideo@soka.ac.jp; Yamamoto, S., SOKA UNIVERSITY, Japan, syama@soka.ac.jp; Kurosawa, N., SOKA UNIVERSITY, Japan, kurosawa@soka.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16026 | Poster ID 235

BIODIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY COMPOSITION OF PROTISTAN MICROPLANKTON IN SOUTHERN OCEAN REVEALED BY 18S RIBOSOMAL DNA SEQUENCES

Kok, S. P., Soka University, Japan, saupin@soka.ac.jp; Kawamata, A., Ehime Prefectural Science Museum, Japan, ; Imura , S., National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, imura@nipr.ac.jp; Kurosawa, N., Soka University, Japan, kurosawa@soka.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16278 | Poster ID 236

SYSTEMS BIOLOGY OF AEROBIC ANOXYGENIC PHOTOSYNTHESIS - NAVIGATING BETWEEN SKYLLA AND CHARYBDIS

Wagner-Döbler, I., Helmholtz-Centre for Infection Research, Germany, iwd@gbf.de; Tomasch, J., Helmholtz-Centre for Infection Research, Germany, juergen.tomasch@helmholtz-hzi.de; Cypionka, H., University of Oldenburg, Germany, h.cypionka@icbm.de; Münch, R., University of Braunschweig, Germany, r.muench@tu-bs.de; Jahn, D., University of Braunschweig, Germany, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16388 | Poster ID 237

ANTARCTIC SPONGE-ASSOCIATED MICROORGANISMS: ASSESING THE THREE DOMAIN DIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY COMPOSITION

Susana Rodriguez-Marconi, S., Universidad Mayor, Chile, sxrodrig@uc.cl; Rojas-Herrera, M., Universidad Mayor, Chile, marcelo.rojas.herrera@gmail.com; Garrido, I., Universidad Austral de Chile, , garridoignacio87@gmail.com; Trefault, N., Universidad Mayor, Chile, nicole.trefault@umayor.cl;

ePoster Link: http://www.umayor.cl/genomica/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16407 | Poster ID 238

MICROBIAL PLANKTON RESPONSES TO A COMBINATION OF PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL INFLUENCES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Shepard, A. K., Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University, USA, sheparda@tamug.edu; McInnes, A. S., Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University, USA, ; Quigg, A., Department of Oceanography and Department of Marine Biology Texas A&M University Galveston, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16586 | Poster ID 239

EFFECT OF THE ENVIRONMENT ON HORIZONTAL GENE TRANSFER

Fuchsman, C. A., University of Washington, USA, cfuchsm1@u.washington.edu; Collins, R. E., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, recollins@alaska.edu; Brazelton, W. J., University of Utah, USA, william.brazelton@utah.edu; Rocap, G., University of Washington, USA, rocap@u.washington.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/effect-of-environment-of-horizontal-gene-transfer-between-bacteria-and-archaea.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16593 | Poster ID 240

ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES STRUCTURING PROCHLOROCOCCUS COMMUNITIES

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

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

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17042 | Poster ID 241

A TRANSCRIPTOME APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING THE FUNCTION OF PROTEORHODOPSIN IN THE MARINE GENUS DOKDONIA

Gomez-Consarnau, L., University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA, gomecon@usc.edu; Gonzalez, J. M., Department of Microbiology, University of La Laguna, La Laguna, Spain, jmglezh@ull.es; Riedel, T., UPMC Université Paris, Observatoire Océanologique, Banyuls/Mer, France, riedel@obs-banyuls.fr; Wagner-Döbler, I., Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI), Braunschweig, Germany, Irene.Wagner-Doebler@helmholtz-hzi.de; Fuhrman, J. A., University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA, fuhrman@usc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17054 | Poster ID 242

INFLUENCE OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AND TEMPERATURE ON THE GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PROCHLOROCOCCUS

Ma, L., Univeristy of Tennessee, USA, lma8@utk.edu; Zinser, E., University of Tennessee, USA, ezinser@utk.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17077 | Poster ID 243

CHARACTERIZING THE EXPRESSION OF TWO PHOSPHORUS STRESS MOLECULAR MARKERS IN THE NITROGEN-FIXING CYANOBACTERIUM CROCOSPHAERA

Pereira, N. A., UCSC, USA, napereir@ucsc.edu; Shilova, I. N., UCSC, USA, iirina@ucsc.edu; Zehr, J. P., UCSC, USA, zehrj@ucsc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17214 | Poster ID 244

CAN BEACH SAND ENHANCE THE DECAY OF FECAL INDICATOR BACTERIA AND PATHOGENS IN BEACH ECOSYSTEMS?

Zhang, Q., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, zq@hawaii.edu; Yan, T., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, taoyan@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17246 | Poster ID 245

DNA ANALYSIS OF SURFACTANT ASSOCIATED BACTERIA IN THE SEA SURFACE MICROLAYER

Hamilton, B. R., Nova Southeastern University, USA, bh755@nova.edu; Soloviev, A. V., Nova Southeastern University, USA, soloviev@nova.edu; Tartar, A., Nova Southeastern University, USA, aurelien@nova.edu; Perrie, W. A., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, William.Perrie@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Lehner, S., German Aerospace Center, Germany, Susanne.Lehner@dlr.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17437 | Poster ID 246

RIVER DISCHARGE INFLUENCES BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN SURFACE SEDIMENTS FROM THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

Ortmann, A. C., University of South Alabama, USA, aortmann@southalabama.edu; Brannock, P. M., Auburn University, USA, pmb0010@auburn.edu; Halanych, K. M., Auburn University, USA, ken@auburn.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17494 | Poster ID 247

A STABLE ARCHAEAL COMMUNITY ALONG AN ESTUARINE-SHELF GRADEINT IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO IS DOMINATED BY EURYARCHAEOTA

Ortell, N., University of South Alabama/Dauphin Island Sea Lab, USA, natalieortell@gmail.com; Ortmann, A. C., University of South Alabama/Dauphin Island Sea Lab, USA, aortmann@disl.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17640 | Poster ID 248

EXPRESSION OF THE NIFH GENE IN ASSOCIATION WITH COPEPODS IN THE SARGASSO SEA

Moisander, P. H., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, pmoisander@umassd.edu; McCliment, E. A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, emccliment@gmail.com; Shoemaker, K. M., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, kshoemaker@umassd.edu; Charoenpong, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, chawalit.net@gmail.com; Altabet, M. A., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, maltabet@umassd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17644 | Poster ID 249

THE EFFECTS OF MICROBES ON THE SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MICROSCOPIC LIFE STAGES OF GIANT KELP

Morris, M. M., San Diego State University, USA, mmorris@rohan.sdsu.edu; Doane, M. P., San Diego State University, USA, mpdoane2@gmail.com; Haggerty, J. M., San Diego State University, USA, j.matthewhaggerty@yahoo.com; Edwards, M. S., San Diego State University, USA, medwards@mail.sdsu.edu; Dinsdale, E. A., San Diego State University, USA, elizabeth_dinsdale@hotmail.com;

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

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13002 | Poster ID 737

BUILDING A SOUTHERN OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM

Schofield, O., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Meredith, M., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, mmm@bas.ac.uk; Newman, L., Southern Ocean Observing System International Project Office, Australia, newman@soos.aq;

ePoster Link: http://www.soos.aq

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13075 | Poster ID 738

THE DYNAMICAL SUBTROPICAL FRONT

Graham, R. M., Stockholm University, Sweden, robert.graham@geo.su.se; De Boer, A. M., Stockholm University, Sweden, agatha.deboer@geo.su.se;

ePoster Link: http://people.su.se/~adebo/publications.htm

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13089 | Poster ID 757

DIAPYCNAL MIXING IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN DIAGNOSED USING THE DIMES TRACER AND SATELLITE ALTIMETRY

Mackay, N. S., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, n.mackay@uea.ac.uk; Watson, A. J., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, ; Naveira Garabato, A. C., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Sheen, K. L., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Ledwell, J. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13130 | Poster ID 758

LOW-FREQUENCY SST VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Wang, G., Monash University, Australia, gang.wang@monash.edu; Dommenget , D., Monash University, Australia, dietmar.dommenget@monash.edu; Frauen, C., Monash University, Australia, claudia.frauen@monash.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/low-frequency-sst-variability-in-the-southern-ocean.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13182 | Poster ID 759

HOW DEEP IS DEEP ENOUGH? OCEAN IRON FERTILIZATION AND CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Robinson, J., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, josie.robinson@noc.soton.ac.uk; Popova, E. E., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, e.popova@noc.ac.uk; Yool, A., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, axy@noc.ac.uk; Srokosz, M., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, mas@noc.ac.uk; Lampitt, R. S., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, r.lampitt@noc.ac.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13337 | Poster ID 760

MODELING ANTARCTIC ICE SHELF RESPONSES TO FUTURE CLIMATE CHANGES

Kazuya, K., Hokkaido University/Institute of Low Temperature Science, Japan, kazuya.kusahara@lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp; Hiroyasu, H., University of Tokyo/Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, Japan, hasumi@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13422 | Poster ID 761

ON THE RESPONSE OF THE SUBDUCTION TO CLIMATE CHANGE OVER THE SOUTHERN OCEAN IN AN EDDY PERMITTING OCEAN GCM

Chengyan, L., Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, China, killy@nuist.edu.cn; Zhaomin, W., Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, Canada, wzm@nuist.edu.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13506 | Poster ID 762

CLIMATE-CHANGE IMPACT ON THE 20TH-CENTURY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SOUTHERN ANNULAR MODE AND GLOBAL MEAN TEMPERATURE

Wang, G., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, China, Guojian.Wang@csiro.au; Cai, W., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, Wenju.Cai@csiro.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13669 | Poster ID 763

ABYSSAL CONNECTIONS OF ANTARCTIC BOTTOM WATER AND THE AMALGAMATION OF SOURCE WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Van Sebille, E., University of New South Wales, Australia, E.vanSebille@unsw.edu.au; Spence, P., University of New South Wales, Australia, paul.spence@unsw.edu.au; Mazloff, M., Scripps Institute of Oceanography, USA, mmazloff@ucsd.edu; England, M. H., University of New South Wales, Australia, M.England@unsw.edu.au; Rintoul, S. R., CSIRO, Australia, Steve.Rintoul@csiro.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13766 | Poster ID 764

INVESTIGATING THE ROLE THAT THE SOUTHERN OCEAN BIOLOGICAL PUMP PLAYS IN DETERMINING GLOBAL OCEAN OXYGEN CONCENTRATIONS AND DEOXYGENATION

Keller, D. P., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, dkeller@geomar.de; Oschlies, A., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, aoschlies@geomar.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13810 | Poster ID 765

RARE EARTH CONCENTRATIONS AND NEODYMIUM ISOTOPIC COMPOSITIONS OF SEAWATER AROUND THE KERGUELEN PLATEAU: TRACING LAND-TO-OCEAN SOURCES AND OCEAN CIRCULATION

Grenier, M., IMAS - Hobart, Australia, melaniegrenier14@yahoo.fr; Garcia Solsona, E., UAB - Barcelona, Spain, esther.garcia@uab.cat; Lemaitre, N., LEMAR - Brest, France, nolwenn.lemaitre@aliceadsl.fr; Bouvier, V., LEGOS - Toulouse, France, vincent.bouvier@legos.obs-mip.fr; Jeandel, C., LEGOS - Toulouse, France, Catherine.Jeandel@legos.obs-mip.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13814 | Poster ID 766

ROLE OF MESOSCALE EDDIES IN CROSS-FRONTAL TRANSPORT OF CARBON AND NUTRIENTS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Dufour, C. O., Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University, Princeton, USA, cdufour@princeton.edu; Sarmiento, J. L., Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University, Princeton, USA, jls@princeton.edu; Griffies, S. M., NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton, USA, stephen.griffies@noaa.gov; de Souza, G. F., Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University, Princeton, USA, gfds@princeton.edu; Galbraith, E. D., Department of Earth and Planetary Science, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, eric.galbraith@mcgill.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13857 | Poster ID 767

THE ROLE OF SOUTHERN OCEAN GATEWAYS IN THE MOMENTUM BALANCE AND SENSITIVITY TO WIND STRESS OF CIRCUMPOLAR CURRENTS

Munday, D. R., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, munday@atm.ox.ac.uk; Johnson, H. L., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ; Marshall, D. P., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13948 | Poster ID 768

TRACKING CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA SHELF: A RADIOCHEMICAL AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL APPROACH

DeMaster, D. J., North Carolina State University, USA, demaster@ncsu.edu; Smith, C. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, craigsmi@hawaii.edu; Isla, E. J., Institut de Ciencies del Mar, Spain, isla@icm.csic.es; Thomas, C. J., North Carolina State University, USA, cjthomas@ncsu.edu; Taylor, R., North Carolina State University, USA, rtaylor@ncsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13976 | Poster ID 844

FRESHENING, STRATIFICATION AND POSSIBLE CESSATION OF DEEP CONVECTION IN THE OPEN SOUTHERN OCEAN UNDER ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE

de Lavergne, C., McGill University, Canada, casimir.delavergne@gmail.com; Palter, J. B., McGill University, Canada, jaime.palter@mcgill.ca; Galbraith, E. D., McGill University, Canada, eric.galbraith@mcgill.ca; Bernardello, R., University of Pennsylvania, USA, braf@sas.upenn.edu; Marinov, I., University of Pennsylvania, USA, imarinov@sas.upenn.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/freshening-stratification-and-possible-cessation-of-deep-convection-in-the-open-southern-ocean-1.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14021 | Poster ID 845

ON THE VERTICAL STRUCTURE OF THE ANTARCTIC CIRCUMPOLAR CURRENT: BAROTROPIC VERSUS BAROCLINIC MOTIONS

Peña-Molino, B., ACE CRC, Australia, beatriz.penamolino@utas.edu.au; Rintoul, S. R., CSIRO, Australia, steve.rintoul@csiro.au; Mazloff, M. R., SIO, USA, mmazloff@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14119 | Poster ID 846

WARMING OF WATERS SURROUNDING ANTARCTICA

Schmidtko, S., GEOMAR, Germany, sschmidtko@geomar.de; Heywood, K. J., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, k.heywood@uea.ac.uk; Aoki, S., Hokkaido University, Japan, shigeru@lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp; Thompson, A., Caltech, USA, andrewt@caltech.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14243 | Poster ID 847

EVIDENCE FOR LONGTERM, LARGE-SCALE CLIMATE IMPACTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE WEDDELL SEA POLYNYA

Zanowski, H. M., Princeton University, USA, zanowski@princeton.edu; Hallberg, R. W., NOAA/GFDL, USA, robert.hallberg@noaa.gov; Sarmiento, J. L., Princeton University, USA, jls@princeton.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/evidence-for-longterm-large-scale-climate-impacts-associated-with-the-weddell-sea-polynya.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14300 | Poster ID 848

ESTIMATING THE POSITION AND WIDTH OF THE SUBANTARCTIC FRONT USING THE SKEWNESS OF SEA LEVEL ANOMALY

Shao, A. E., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, ashao@apl.washington.edu; Gille, S. T., University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sgille@ucsd.edu; Thompson, L., University of Washington, School of Oceanography, USA, luanne@u.washington.edu; Mecking, S., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, smecking@apl.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14505 | Poster ID 849

FOUR-YEAR OBSERVATIONS OF INTERFACIAL FORM STRESS IN THE NORTHERN DRAKE PASSAGE

Millar, J. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography , USA, jemillar@ucsd.edu; Chereskin, T. K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, tchereskin@ucsd.edu; Watts, D. R., University of Rhode Island, USA, randywatts@mail.uri.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14532 | Poster ID 850

SUB-MESOSCALE STRUCTURES ENHANCE IRON SUPPLY TO SOUTHERN OCEAN PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS

Rosso, I., Australian National University, Australia, isa.rosso@anu.edu.au; Hogg, A. M., Australian National University, Australia, andy.hogg@anu.edu.au; Strutton, P. G., University of Tasmania, Australia, peter.strutton@utas.edu.au; Matear, R., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, richard.matear@csiro.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14539 | Poster ID 851

UNDERSTANDING DECADAL-SCALE VARIABILITY OF THE SUBTROPICAL FRONT IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC

Smith, R. O., University of Otago, New Zealand, smiro528@student.otago.ac.nz; Vennell, R., University of Otago, New Zealand, ross.vennell@otago.ac.nz;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17779 | Poster ID 852

FRESHENING OF THE ANTARCTIC BOTTOM WATER IN THE EASTERN ANTARCTIC

Sun, Y., Ocean University of China, China, sunymouc@gmail.com; Yuan, X., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, xyuan@ldeo.columbia.edu; Shi, J., Ocean University of China, China, shijiuxin@ouc.edu.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14596 | Poster ID 853

DECADAL CHANGES IN SOUTHERN-OCEAN VENTILATION INFERRED USING A MAXIMUM ENTROPY APPROACH

Ting, Y., UNSW, Australia, ting.yuheng@gmail.com; Holzer, M., UNSW, Australia, mholzer@unsw.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14661 | Poster ID 854

VARIABILITY OF THE ACC TRANSPORT ACROSS THE KERGUELEN PLATEAU FROM CURRENT METER OBSERVATIONS AND ALTIMETRY : RELATION WITH THE WIND FORCING.

Vivier, F., CNRS / LOCEAN-IPSL, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France, frederic.vivier@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Park, Y. H., LOCEAN-IPSL, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, France, yhpark@mnhn.fr; Weijer, W., Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, wilbert@lanl.gov; Le Sommer, J., CNRS / MEOM-LGGE, France, julien.lesommer@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; Sekma, H., LOCEAN-IPSL, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France, hela.sekma@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14693 | Poster ID 855

LONG-TERM TRENDS OF NUTRIENTS AND APPARENT OXYGEN UTILIZATION SOUTH OF THE POLAR FRONT IN SOUTHERN OCEAN INTERMEDIATE WATER FROM 1965 TO 2008

Iida/Takahiro, T., National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, iida@nipr.ac.jp; Odate/Tsuneo, T., National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, odate@nipr.ac.jp; Fukuchi/Mitsuo, M., National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, fukuchi@nipr.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/long-term-trends-of-nutrients-and-apparent-oxygen-utilization-south-of-the-polar-front-in-southern

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14940 | Poster ID 856

ON THE ROLE OF EDDIES IN VENTILATION OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Pennel, R., University of Miami / RSMAS, USA, romain.pennel@ensta.org; Kamenkovich, I. V., University of Miami / RSMAS, USA, ikamenkovich@rsmas.miami.edu; Fine, R. A., University of Miami / RSMAS, USA, rfine@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14981 | Poster ID 857

INVERSE ESTIMATES OF INTERIOR MIXING IN DRAKE PASSAGE

Meijers, A. J., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, andmei@bas.ac.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14993 | Poster ID 858

SOUTHERN OCEAN CARBON FEEDBACKS IN IDEALIZED CLIMATE SCENARIOS.

Bronselaer, B., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, bronselaer@atm.ox.ac.uk; Zanna, L., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, zanna@atm.ox.ac.uk; Lowe, J., UK MET Office, United Kingdom, jason.lowe@metoffice.gov.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15142 | Poster ID 859

THE GREAT CALCITE BELT AND THE SAGA OF RESIDUAL NITRATE

Balch, W. M., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, bbalch@bigelow.org; Bates, N. R., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, nick.bates@bios.edu; Twining, B. S., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, btwining@bigelow.org; Lam, P. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst., USA, pjlam@whoi.edu; Drapeau, D. T., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ddrapeau@bigelow.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.bigelow.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15251 | Poster ID 860

SENSITIVITY OF MODELED ICE SHELF BASAL MELT AROUND THE ANTARCTIC TO THE ATMOSPHERIC FORCING

Dinniman, M. S., Old Dominion University, USA, msd@ccpo.odu.edu; Bai, L. S., The Ohio State University, USA, bailesheng@hotmail.com; Bromwich, D. H., The Ohio State University, USA, bromwich@polarmet1.mps.ohio-state.edu; Klinck, J. M., Old Dominion University, USA, klinck@ccpo.odu.edu; ACCIMA Group, T., , , ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15316 | Poster ID 861

CONTRASTS BETWEEN ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC FJORD SEAFLOOR ECOSYSTEMS AND POTENTIAL RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Smith, C. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, craigsmi@hawaii.edu; Grange, L. J., National Oceanography Center, Southampton, United Kingdom, L.J.Grange@noc.soton.ac.uk; DeMaster, D. J., North Carolina State University, USA, demaster@ncsu.edu; Derocher, M. J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, derocher@hawaii.edu; Honig, D., Duke University Marine Lab, USA, david.honig@duke.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15396 | Poster ID 862

SATELLITE OVERESTIMATION OF CALCITE IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN: INVESTIGATING THE GREAT CALCITE BELT HYPOTHESIS

Johnson, R., Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies - University of Tasmania, Australia, robert.johnson@utas.edu.au; Trull, T., Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia, tom.trull@csiro.au; Strutton, P. G., Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies - University of Tasmania, Australia, peter.strutton@utas.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15511 | Poster ID 863

PROJECTED CHANGES IN ANTARCTIC KRILL EARLY LIFE HISTORY BY THE END OF THE 21ST CENTURY

Piñones, A., Yale University, USA, andrea.pinones@yale.edu; Fedorov, A., Yale University, USA, alexey.fedorov@yale.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15557 | Poster ID 864

INTEGRATING PACIOOS MODEL FORECASTS FOR GENERAL USE

Hsu, M., PacIOOS, SOEST, USA, marciath@soest.hawaii.edu; Potemra, J., PacIOOS, SOEST, USA, jimp@hawaii.edu; Janekovic, I., SOEST, USA, ; Powell, B., SOEST, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15595 | Poster ID 865

VARIABLE AND CHANGING CALCIFICATION IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Freeman, N. M., University of Colorado - Boulder, USA, natalie.freeman@colorado.edu; Lovenduski, N. S., University of Colorado - Boulder, USA, nicole.lovenduski@colorado.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15603 | Poster ID 866

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WIND STRESS AND SURFACE CARBONATE ION CONCENTRATION IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Conrad, C. J., University of Colorado - Boulder, USA, christopher.j.conrad@colorado.edu; Lovenduski, N. S., University of Colorado - Boulder, USA, nicole.lovenduski@colorado.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15609 | Poster ID 867

JET JUMPING: LOW FREQUENCY VARIABILY OF SOUTHERN OCEAN JETS NEAR TOPOGRAPHY

Chapman, C. C., Australian National University Research School of Earth Sciences, Australia, chris.chapman.28@gmail.com; Morrow, R., LEGOS / CNRS, France, rosemary.morrow@legos.obs-mip.fr; Hogg, A. M., Australian National University / Research School of Earth Sciences, Australia, andy.hogg@anu.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15675 | Poster ID 942

JET-TOPOGRAPHY EFFECTS ON EDDY STIRRING IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Barthel, A., University of New South Wales, Australia, a.barthel@unsw.edu.au; Waterman, S., University of New South Wales, Australia, s.waterman@unsw.edu.au; Hogg, A., Australian National University, Australia, andy.hogg@anu.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15728 | Poster ID 943

THE TRANSIENT EVOLUTION OF AN ACC-LIKE CHANNEL TO VARIABLE WIND FORCING

Lazar, A., Caltech, USA, ayah@caltech.edu; Thompson, A. F., Caltech, USA, andrewt@caltech.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16057 | Poster ID 944

THE INFLUENCE OF SYNOPTIC HIGH FREQUENCY WINDS ON THE SOUTHERN OCEAN MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING

Jouanno, J., LOCEAN, France, jjlod@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Capet, X., LOCEAN, France, ; Madec, G., LOCEAN, France, ; Roullet, G., LPO, France, ; Klein, P., LPO, France, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16145 | Poster ID 945

IRON TRANSPORT FROM THE ANTARCTIC SHELF AND THE IMPACTS ON PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS IN THE SOUTHERN SCOTIA SEA

Jiang, M., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, USA, jiangm@fau.edu; Barbeau, K. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, Kathy Barbeau ; Charette, M. A., WHOI, USA, Matt Charette ; Kahru, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, Mati Kahru ; Measures, C. I., University of Hawaii, USA, Chris Measures ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16242 | Poster ID 946

MULTIPLE EQUILIBRIA AND LOW-FREQUENCY VARIABILITY IN THE QUASI-ADIABATIC POLE-TO-POLE CIRCULATION

Wolfe, C. L., Stony Brook University, USA, christopher.wolfe@stonybrook.edu; Cessi, P., University of California, San Diego, USA, pcessi@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16430 | Poster ID 947

QUANTIFYING SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE NATURAL VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Thomas, J. L., Johns Hopkins University, USA, jthom143@jhu.edu; Waugh, D., Johns Hopkins University, USA, waugh@jhu.edu; Gnanadesikan, A., Johns Hopkins University, USA, gnanades@jhu.edu; Pradal, M. A., Johns Hopkins University, USA, mpradal1@jhu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16469 | Poster ID 948

HEAT GAIN IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN: REGIONAL HEAT BUDGETS USING THE SOUTHERN OCEAN STATE ESTIMATE

Tamsitt, V. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA, vtamsitt@ucsd.edu; Talley, L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA, ltalley@ucsd.edu; Mazloff, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA, mmazloff@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16603 | Poster ID 949

MODELLING SEA ICE IN THE WESTERN WEDDELL SEA DURING THE WINTER-SPRING TRANSITION

Jeffery, N., Los Alamos National Lab, USA, njeffery@lanl.gov; Hunke, E. C., Los Alamos National Lab, USA, eclare@lanl.gov; Elliott, S. M., Los ALamos National Lab, USA, sme@lanl.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16680 | Poster ID 950

BAROTROPIC TRANSPORT OF THE ANTARCTIC CIRCUMPOLAR CURRENT MEASURED IN DRAKE PASSAGE

Tracey, K. L., University of Rhode Island, USA, krltracey@mail.uri.edu; Donohue, K. A., University of Rhode Island, USA, kdonohue@mail.uri.edu; Watts, D. R., University of Rhode Island, USA, randywatts@mail.uri.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16709 | Poster ID 951

MEAN BAROCLINIC STRUCTURE OF POLAR FRONT IN STREAM COORDINATES NEAR SHACKLETON FRACTURE ZONE

Foppert, A., University of Rhode Island, USA, annie_foppert@my.uri.edu; Donohue, K., University of Rhode Island, USA, kdonohue@mail.uri.edu; Watts, D. R., University of Rhode Island, USA, randywatts@mai.uri.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16747 | Poster ID 952

EVIDENCE OF ICE SHELF MELT IN THE BELLINGSHAUSEN SEA FROM SEAL-BORNE OBSERVATIONS

Zhang, X., California Institute of Technology, USA, xiyue@caltech.edu; Thompson, A. F., California Institute of Technology, USA, andrewt@caltech.edu; Flexas, M. M., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, msbert@jpl.nasa.gov; Bornemann, H., Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany, Horst.Bornemann@awi.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17341 | Poster ID 954

IMPACT OF MIXED LAYER DEPTH ON NEAR-INERTIAL WIND-ENERGY FLUX ESTIMATES IN THE ANTARCTIC CIRCUMPOLAR CURRENT

Kilbourne, B. F., University of Washington, USA, bkilbour@apl.washington.edu; Girton, J. B., University of Washington, USA, girton@apl.washington.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/impact-of-mixed-layer-depth-on-near-inertial-wind-energy-flux-estimates-in-the-antarctic.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17767 | Poster ID 955

THREE-DIMENSIONAL QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATES OF SUBANTARCTIC MODE WATER FORMATION, EVOLUTION AND DESTRUCTION BY SURFACE AND INTERIOR HEAT AND FRESWATER FLUXES

Cerovecki, I., University of California, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, icerovecki@ucsd.edu; Mazloff, M. R., University of California, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mmazloff@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17776 | Poster ID 956

SOUTHERN OCEAN PCO2: WHAT WE LEARN FROM EVALUATING CMIP5 COUPLED CARBON/CLIMATE MODELS USING IN-SITU OBSERVATIONS

Jiang, C., Earth & Space Research, USA, chjiang@esr.org; Gille, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sgille@ucsd.edu; Sprintall, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jsprintall@ucsd.edu; Sweeney, C., NOAA/ESRL, USA, colm.sweeney@noaa.gov;

074 - Estuaries, what are they good for? A tribute to the work of Dr. Jonathan H. Sharp

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12973 | Poster ID 1263

CAN A RESEARCH COORDINATION NETWORK IMPACT ESTUARINE SUSTAINABILITY?

Cifuentes, L. A., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, luis.cifuentes@tamucc.edu; Patrick, W. C., Southwest Research Institute-San Antonio, USA, wesley.patrick@swri.org; Rosen, R., Texas State University, , rr61@txstate.edu; Vanegas, J., Texas A&M University, USA, jvanegas@tamu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://sites.tdl.org/southtexassustainability/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13234 | Poster ID 1264

SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY OF THE UPPER DELAWARE ESTUARY DISSOLVED OXYGEN AND DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON BUDGETS

Tomaso, D. J., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, dantomaso@psu.edu; Najjar, R. G., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, najjar@meteo.psu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13396 | Poster ID 1266

A SHARPER IMAGE OF DELAWARE BAY; USING THE NATURAL RADIONUCLIDES 210-PO AND 210-PB TO MODEL ESTUARINE RATES OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSING

Marsan, D. W., University of Delaware, USA, dmarsan@udel.edu; Rigaud, S. B., University of Delaware, USA, srigaud@udel.edu; DiToro, D. M., University of Delaware, USA, dditoro@udel.edu; Church, T. M., University of Delaware, USA, tchurch@udel.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13532 | Poster ID 1267

NITRIFICATION AND UPTAKE AS DRIVERS OF SEASONAL 18O AND 15N VARIATION OF NITRATE IN THE HYPER-EUTROPHIC SCHELDT ESTUARY (BELGIUM)

Andrisoa, A., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, danoary@yahoo.fr; De Brabandere, L., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, lodebrab@vub.ac.be; Brion, N., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, nnbrion@vub.ac.be; Dehairs, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, fdehairs@vub.ac.be;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/nitrification-and-uptake-as-drivers-of-seasonal-18o-and-15n-variation-of-nitrate.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13635 | Poster ID 1268

INFLUENCE OF MACROALGAL OVERGROWTH ON MICROBIOMES OF NEW CORAL RECRUITS: BORROWING PERSPECTIVE FROM ESTUARINE STUDIES FOR CORAL REEF RESEARCH

Sharp, K. H., Eckerd College, USA, sharpkh@eckerd.edu; Sneed, J. M., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, sneedj@si.edu; Paul, V. J., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, paul@si.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14076 | Poster ID 1269

MULTI-PROXY EVIDENCE OF LATE HOLOCENE HUMAN-INDUCED ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN KAWAINUI MARSH, OAHU, HAWAII

Anderson, B., NOAA, USA, brittany.l.anderson@noaa.gov; Fang, J., Hawaii Pacific University, USA, jfang@hpu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14188 | Poster ID 1270

THE ESTUARINE FILTER UNDER MULTIPLE HUMAN INFLUENCES - THE CASE OF THE NANLIU ESTUARY IN SOUTHERN CHINA

Kaiser, D., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, david.kaiser@io-warnemuende.de; Unger, D., Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Germany, daniela.unger@desy.de; Zhou, H., Guangxi Mangrove Research Center, China, zhouhaolang@sina.com; Waniek, J. J., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, joanna.waniek@io-warnemuende.de; Kowalski, N., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, nicole.kowalski@io-warnemuende.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/the-estuarine-filter-under-human-influence-the-case-of-the-nanliu-estuary-in-southern-china

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14446 | Poster ID 1271

A LONG-TERM SAMPLING REGIME FOR GRASS SHRIMP AS A FOUNDATION TO PROMOTE STUDENT RESEARCH IN THE SALT MARSH

Doyle, K. R., Savannah State University, USA, doylek@savannahstate.edu; Curran, M. C., Savannah State University, USA, curranc@savannahstate.edu; Modeste, T. M., University of Connecticut School of Medicine, USA, melmodeste@yahoo.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14559 | Poster ID 1272

THE APPLE DOESN’T FALL FAR FROM THE TREE: APPLYING ESTUARINE PRINCIPLES TO WATERSHED BIOGEOCHEMISTRY

Sharp, J. O., Colorado School of Mines, USA, jsharp@gmail.com; Mikkelson , K. M., Colorado School of Mines, USA, ; McCray, J., Colorado School of Mines, USA, ; Maxwell, R., Colorado School of Mines, USA, ; Dickenson, E. R., Colorado School of Mines, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14565 | Poster ID 1273

HIGH-NUTRIENT, LOW-GROWTH (HNLG) IN THE DELAWARE ESTUARY: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE AND POSSIBLE MECHANISMS

Yoshiyama, K., Gifu University, Japan, kyoshi@gifu-u.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14862 | Poster ID 1274

INSIGHTS ON SEASONAL ORGANIC CARBON INPUTS IN THE DELAWARE ESTUARY FROM N-ALKANE STABLE CARBON ISOTOPES

Sikes, E. L., Rutgers University, USA, sikes@marine.rutgers.edu; Hermes, A. L., Rutgers University, USA, anna.l.hermes@gmail.com; Freeman, K. R., Pennsylvania State University , USA, khf4@psu.edu; Chant, R., Rutgers University, USA, chant@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15607 | Poster ID 1275

THE EFFECT OF NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT ON PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN SALT MARSH TIDAL CREEKS: INSIGHTS FROM TRIPLE OXYGEN ISOTOPES

Howard, E. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst, USA, ehoward@whoi.edu; Stanley, R. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst, USA, rstanley@whoi.edu; Spivak, A. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst, USA, aspivak@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.whoi.edu/hpb/viewPage.do?id=24835

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15641 | Poster ID 1276

DO DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON SUBSIDIES INCREASE ESTUARINE ZOOPLANKTON PRODUCTION? A MESOCOSM APPROACH

Hitchcock, J. N., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, james.n.hitchcock@gmail.com; Mitrovic, S. M., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, simon.mitrovic@uts.edu.au; Hadwen, W. L., Griffith University, Australia, ; Growns, I. O., NSW Office of Water, Australia, ; Roelke, D. L., Texas A & M University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16053 | Poster ID 1277

THE DISTRIBUTION OF DISSOLVED LIGNIN AS A TRACER OF TERRIGENOUS DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN OTSUCHI BAY, JAPAN

Lu, C. J., The University of Tokyo, Japan, lucj@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Benner, R., University of South Carolina, USA, BENNER@mailbox.sc.edu; Fichot, C. G., University of South Carolina, USA, cgfichot@gmail.com; Fukuda, H., The University of Tokyo, Japan, hfukuda@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Ogawa, H., The University of Tokyo, Japan, hogawa@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16361 | Poster ID 1278

CARBON CYCLING IN A WELL-CONSTRAINED SOUTHEASTERN US SALT MARSH

Brandes, J. A., University of Georgia Athens, USA, jay.brandes@skio.uga.edu; Edwards, C. R., University of Georgia Athens, USA, catherine.edwards@skio.uga.edu; Robertson, C. Y., University of Georgia Athens, USA, charles.robertson@skio.uga.edu; Savidge, W. B., University of Georgia Athens, USA, william.savidge@skio.uga.edu; Stubbins, A., University of Georgia Athens, USA, aron.stubbins@skio.uga.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16927 | Poster ID 1304

IN-SITU ESTURINE OBSERVATORY TO EVALUATE INTERANNUAL VARIBILITY IN NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN YAQUINA BAY

Koch, C. R., WET Labs Inc., Sea Bird Scientific, USA, Corey@wetlabs.com; Barnard, A., WET Labs Inc., Sea Bird Scientific, USA, Andrew@wetlabs.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17295 | Poster ID 1305

INFLUENCE OF SUNLIGHT ON COMMUNITY OXYGEN CONSUMPTION AND DEGRADATION OF 14C- ORGANIC COMPOUNDS BY ESTUARINE MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES

Cottrell, M. T., University of Delaware, USA, mattcott@udel.edu; Kirchman, D. L., University of Delaware, USA, kirchman@udel.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17436 | Poster ID 1306

WATER AND SALT FLUX ANALYSIS IN AN UNSTRUCTURED GRID MODEL FOR ESTUARINE CIRCULATION

Long, W., PNNL, USA, wen.long@pnnl.gov; Khangaonkar, T., PNNL, USA, tarang.khangaonkar@pnnl.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17588 | Poster ID 1307

HPLC DETERMINATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON FUNCTIONAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN THE MARYLAND COASTAL BAYS

Oseji, O. F., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, ofoseji@umes.edu; Chen, N., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, nchen@umes.edu; Chigbu, P., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, pchigbu@umes.edu; Waguespack, Y., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, yywaguespack@umes.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17715 | Poster ID 1309

INVESTIGATIONS OF HAWAIIAN ESTUARIES AS FISH HABITAT: DETERMINING LENGTH-WEIGHT RELATIONSHIPS TO CALCULATE BIOMASS INDICES AND BODY CONDITION FACTORS

Peyton, K. A., Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, kimberly.a.peyton@hawaii.gov; Akiona, A., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, aakiona@sandiego.edu; Lorance, K., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, lorance@hawaii.edu; Sakihara, T. S., Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, troy.s.sakihara@hawaii.gov; Shimoda, T. E., Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, troy.e.shimoda@hawaii.gov;

075 - A holistic approach to marine eco-systems biology, major results and perspectives for research and education

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13133 | Poster ID 2783

TARA OCEANS EXPEDITION

karsenti, E., EMBL, Germany, karsenti@embl.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13201 | Poster ID 2784

PERVASIVE MIXOTROPHY: GENOMIC AND METAGENOMIC EVIDENCE FOR WIDESPREAD ORGANIC COMPOUND UPTAKE POTENTIAL IN MARINE “AUTOTROPHS

Yelton, A. P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ayelton@mit.edu; Sunagawa, S., The European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany, sunagawa@embl.de; Biller, S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, sbiller@mit.edu; Acinas, S. G., Marine Sciences Institute, Spain, sacinas@icm.csic.es; Pedrós-Alió, C., Marine Sciences Institute, Spain, cpedros@icm.csic.es;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13903 | Poster ID 2785

FACTORS EXPLAINING THE DISTRIBUTION AND BETA-DIVERSITY OF DIATOMS IN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS

Malviya, S., Ecole Normale Supérieure, France, malviya@biologie.ens.fr; Bowler, C., Ecole Normale Supérieure, France, cbowler@biologie.ens.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14569 | Poster ID 2786

ENVIRONMENTAL DRIVERS OF THE FINE-SCALE DISTRIBUTION OF A GELATINOUS ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY ACROSS A SMALL-SCALE FRONT

Luo, J. Y., Marine Biology & Fisheries, RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, jessica.luo@rsmas.miami.edu; Grassian, B., Marine Biology & Fisheries, RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, bgrassian@gmail.com; Greer, A. T., Marine Biology & Fisheries, Univ of Miami; College of Engineering, Univ of Georgia, USA, agreer@rsmas.miami.edu; Guigand, C., Marine Biology & Fisheries, RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, cguigand@rsmas.miami.edu; Cowen, R. K., Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon State Univ.; Marine Biology & Fisheries, Univ. of Miami, USA, robert.cowen@oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/environmental-drivers-of-fine-scale-distributions-of-the-gelatinous-zooplankton-community-across-a

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14864 | Poster ID 2787

PLANKTON COMMUNITY FATE WHEN TRANSPORTED THROUGH THE ATLANTIC OCEAN IN AGULHAS RINGS.

Villar, E., CNRS, UMR 7256 - Information Genomique et structurale, France, villar@igs.cnrs-mrs.fr; Hingamp, P., CNRS, UMR 7256 - Information Genomique et structurale, France, hingamp@igs.cnrs-mrs.fr; Not, F., CNRS, UMR 7144 - Adaptation et Diversite en Milieu Marin, France, not@sb-roscoff.fr; Iudicone, D., Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Italy, iudicone@szn.it;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17108 | Poster ID 2789

INTEGRATION OF RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND CULTURE IN ALASKA’S LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

Sigman, M. J., University of Alaska Fairbanks/Alaska Sea Grant, USA, msigman@alaska.edu; Dublin, R. J., COSEE Alaska, USA, robindublin@coseealaska.net; Anderson, A., Soundview Evaluation, USA, andrea@soundviewevaluation.com; Dickson, D., North Pacific Research Board, USA, danielle.dickson@nprb.org; McCammon, M., Alaska Ocean Observing System, USA, mccammon@aoos.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/integration-of-research-education-and-culture-in-alaskas-large-marine-ecosystems

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17939 | Poster ID 2851

PATTERNS OF MARINE PHOTOSYNTHESIS BASED ON CONTINUOUS FAST REPETITION RATE FLUORESCENCE (FRRF) RECORD ALONG 70,000 MILES CRUISE TRACK OF TARA OCEANS EXPEDITION

Kolber, Z. S., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, ; Tozzi, S., University of California Santa Cruz/Aurora Algae, Inc, USA, stozzi@ucsc.org;

077 - Harnessing new tools and approaches to understand diatom ecology and their role in elemental cycling

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13762 | Poster ID 3129

COMPARATIVE PHOTOPROTECTION IN SEVERAL PLANKTONIC MARINE DIATOM SPECIES

KATAYAMA TOMOYO, T., Soka University, Japan, e12d5702@soka.ac.jp; MITSUKO, O., Soka University, Japan, ; YASUHIRO, M., Soka University, Japan, ; SATORU, T., Soka University, Japan, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13764 | Poster ID 3130

CHANGES IN THE OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF CHROMOPHORIC DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER DERIVED FROM SOIL IN THE CULTURE OF DIATOM

Yasuhiro Masuda, Y., Soka University, Japan, e13m5718@soka.ac.jp; Katayama, T., Soka University, Japan, ; Taguchi, S., Soka University, Japan, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13931 | Poster ID 3131

GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGIAL CHARATERIZATION OF DIATOM CO2 CONCENTRATING MECHANISMS

Hopkinson, B. M., University of Georgia, USA, bmhopkin@uga.edu; Dupont, C. L., J. Craig Venter Institute, USA, ; Matsuda, Y., Kwansei Gakuin University , Japan, ; Lefebvre, S., J. Craig Venter Institute, USA, ; Shen, C., University of Georgia, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.marsci.uga.edu/facultypages/bhopkinson/index.html

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14817 | Poster ID 3132

DOES ACCLIMATION TO LOW IRRADIANCE LEVELS EXPLAIN THE EARLIER BENTHIC DIATOM SPRING BLOOM?

Delebecq, G., University of Western Brittany, France, gaspard.delebecq@univ-brest.fr; Fardel, C., University of Western Brittany, France, coline.fardel@free.fr; Beker, B., University of Western Brittany, France, beatriz.beker@univ-brest.fr; Soler, C., University of Western Brittany, France, charlotte.soler@laposte.net; Leynaert, A., University of Western Brittany, France, aude.leynaert@univ-brest.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14876 | Poster ID 3133

FUTURE CO2 CHANGES THE NITROGEN METABOLISM COST TO MAINTAIN DIATOM PHOTOSYNTHESIS

Li, G., Key Laboratory of Tropical Sustainable Utilization, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese, China, lgwenhao@163.com; Brown, C. M., Mount Allison University, Canada, cmbrown@mta.ca; Cockshutt, A. M., Mount Allison University, Canada, acockshutt@mta.ca; McCarthy, A., University of Western Ontario, Canada, admccrt@mta.ca; Campbell, D. A., Mount Allison University, Canada, dcampbell@mta.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/future-co2-changes-the-nitrogen-metabolism-cost-to-maintain-diatom-photosynthesis.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15101 | Poster ID 3134

COMPARATIVE TRANSCRIPTOMICS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MOLECULAR INDICATOR FOR IRON STATUS IN AN OCEANIC PENNATE DIATOM

Marchetti, A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, amarchetti@unc.edu; Moreno, C. M., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, cmmoreno@live.unc.edu; Oleinikov, I., University of Washington, USA, irinao@u.washington.edu; Hubbard, K. A., Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, USA, katherineadahubbard@gmail.com; Armbrust, E. V., University of Washington, USA, armbrust@uw.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15312 | Poster ID 3135

ROLE OF STRESS AND DEATH IN EXOPOLYMER PARTICLE PRODUCTION AND AGGREGATE FORMATION BY DIATOMS

Thornton, D. C., Texas A&M University, USA, dthornton@ocean.tamu.edu; Chen, J., Texas A&M University, USA, chenjie@geos.tamu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15445 | Poster ID 3136

OPTICAL ANALYSIS OF IRON DEPLETE AND REPLETE DIATOM PIGMENTS

DeGree, A. A., Old Dominion University, USA, ariel.degree@gmail.com; Chappell, P. D., Old Dominion University, USA, pdchappell@gmail.com; Hill, V. J., Old Dominion University, USA, VHill@odu.edu; Zimmerman, R. C., Old Dominion University, USA, rzimmerm@odu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15667 | Poster ID 3185

USING IMAGING FLOW CYTOMETRY TO EXAMINE DIATOM ASSEMBLAGES IN THE CHUKCHI SEA

Laney, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, slaney@whoi.edu; Sosik, H. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hsosik@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15742 | Poster ID 3186

WHAT’S BETTER: STARVING IN THE DARK OR LIGHT?

Jiang, Y., Tsinghua University, Graduate School at Shenzhen, China, jiang.yuelu@sz.tsinghua.edu.cn; Yin, K., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, yinkd@mail.sysu.edu.cn; Berges, J., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, berges@uwm.edu; Harrison, P., University of British Columbia, Canada, pharriso@eos.ubc.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16199 | Poster ID 3187

AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO INVESTIGATE THE REGULATION OF CARBON PARTITIONING IN MARINE DIATOMS

Abbriano, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rabbriano@ucsd.edu; Hildebrand, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mhildebrand@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16311 | Poster ID 3188

THE EFFECTS OF OXYLIPINS ON PARTICLE ASSOCIATED MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SILICA CYCLE

Edwards, B. R., MIT/WHOI Joint Program, USA, bredward@mit.edu; Thamatrakoln, K., Rutgers University, USA, thamat@marine.rutgers.edu; Ossolinski, J. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Instiution, USA, jossolinski@whoi.edu; Bidle, K. D., Rutgers University, USA, bidle@marine.rutgers.edu; Van Mooy, B. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bvanmooy@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16531 | Poster ID 3189

ROLE OF DIATOMS IN THE REMOVAL OF IRON FROM ANTARCTIC SEAS

Ingall, E. D., Georgia Tech, USA, ingall@eas.gatech.edu; Diaz, J. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, julia.m.diaz1@gmail.com; Longo, A. F., Georgia Tech, USA, alongo3@gatech.edu; Yager, P. L., University of Georgia, USA, pyager@uga.edu; Brandes, J. A., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, jay.brandes@skio.uga.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16548 | Poster ID 3190

WHO DOES WHAT? PARTITIONING BIOGENIC SILICA PRODUCTION AMONG DITATOM GROUPS IN FIELD ASSEMBLAGES

McNair, H. M., University of California Santa Barbara , USA, heather.mcnair@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Brzezinski, M., University of California Santa Barbara , USA, mark.brzezinski@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Krause, J., Dauphin Island Sea Lab, USA, jkrause@disl.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16814 | Poster ID 3191

SEMI-AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION AND BIOVOLUME ESTIMATION OF PLANKTON USING AN IMAGING FLOW CYTOMETER (FLOWCAM®)

Nelson, H., Fluid Imaging Technologies , USA, harry.nelson@fluidimaging.com; Morison, F., University of Rhode Island, USA, francoisemorison@gmail.com; Menden-Deuer, S., University of Rhode Island, USA, smenden@mail.uri.edu; Poulton, N. J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, npoulton@bigelow.org ; Rieff, B. W., Fluid Imaging Technologies , USA, brandon.rieff@fluidimaging.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17298 | Poster ID 3192

SHINING A LIGHT ON SILICA PRODUCTION: USING PDMPO TO MEASURE SILICA DEPOSITION IN MARINE DIATOMS

Long, J. E., University of Victoria, Canada, jelong@uvic.ca; Varela, D. E., University of Victoria, Canada, dvarela@uvic.ca; Delaney, K. R., University of Victoria, Canada, kdelaney@uvic.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17671 | Poster ID 3193

LINKING PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR ASPECTS OF DIATOM SILICIFICATION

Thamatrakoln, K., Rutgers University, USA, thamat@marine.rutgers.edu; Brzezinski, M. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, mark.brzezinski@lifesci.ucsb.edu;

082 - Sediment Delivery, Transport and Deposition in Aquatic Environments

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15094 | Poster ID 139

SEDIMENT PROVENANCES AND PALEOENVIRONMENT EVOLUTION IN THE MIDDLE OKINAWA TROUGH SINCE 8 KA

Wang, J., Louisiana State University, USA, jwang72@tigers.lsu.edu; Li, A. C., Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, acli@qdio.ac.cn; Huang, J., Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, huangjie@qdio.ac.cn; Xu, K., Louisiana State University, USA, kxu@lsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15189 | Poster ID 140

PRESERVATION OF CATASTROPHIC STORM LAYERS IN THE STRATIGRAPHIC RECORD OF THE DISTAL SAN LUIS PASS FLOOD TIDAL DELTA

Paul H. Laverty, P. H., Texas A&M, USA, phlaverty@gmail.com; Dellapenna, T., Texas A&M, USA, Dellapet@tamug.edu; Carlin, J., Texas A&M, USA, joesurf361@yahoo.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15250 | Poster ID 141

SEDIMENT DISPERSAL AND DEPOSITION ON A SUBMARINE DELTA DURING DAM REMOVAL: ELWHA RIVER, WA

Eidam, E. F., University of Washington, USA, efe@uw.edu; Ogston, A. S., University of Washington, USA, ogston@ocean.washington.edu; Nittrouer, C. A., University of Washington, USA, nittroue@ocean.washington.edu; Warrick, J. A., USGS, USA, Jwarrick@usgs.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15390 | Poster ID 142

COMPARISON OF BIOFILM EFFECTS ON SEDIMENT EROSION AT TWO INTERTIDAL SITES WITH DISTINCT SURFACE SEDIMENT GRAIN SIZE.

Garwood, J. C., Dalhousie University, Canada, jcarrier@ucsd.edu; Devitt, K., Dalhousie University, Canada, karen.devitt@dal.ca; Cox, R., Dalhousie University, Canada, rcrachelcox@gmail.com; Hill, P. S., Dalhousie University, Canada, paul.hill@dal.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15566 | Poster ID 143

THE CHANNEL SEDIMENTATION IN THE LOWER YELLOW RIVER: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

Chu, Z., Ocean University of China, China, zhongxinchu@ouc.edu.cn; Lamb, M. P., California Institute of Technology, USA, mpl@gps.caltech.edu ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15992 | Poster ID 144

THE INFLUENCE OF BIOGENIC STABILISATION ON THE STABILITY AND TRANSPORT OF COHESIVE AND MIXED SEDIMENTS.

Hope, J. A., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, jah23@st-andrews.ac.uk; Aspden, R. J., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, rja4@st-andrews.ac.uk; Baas, J., Bangor University, United Kingdom, j.bass@bangor.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://synergy.st-andrews.ac.uk/serg/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16178 | Poster ID 145

PHYSICS FOR UNIVERSAL FUNCTIONS AND THEIR IMPLICATION IN MODELING OF ESTUARINE BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYERS

Wu, J., Sun Yat-sen University, China, wujiaxue@mail.sysu.edu.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16492 | Poster ID 146

A NEW PROXY FOR CONSTRAINING PALAEOTIDAL SIMULATIONS FOR THE NORTHWEST EUROPEAN SHELF SEAS

Ward, S. L., Bangor University, United Kingdom, ospa1a@bangor.ac.uk; Neill, S. P., Bangor University, United Kingdom, s.p.neill@bangor.ac.uk; Scourse, J. D., Bangor University, United Kingdom, j.d.scourse@bangor.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://pages.bangor.ac.uk/~ospa1a

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16630 | Poster ID 175

DELIVERY OF SEDIMENT TO THE CONTINENTAL SLOPE: NUMERICAL MODELING TOOLS FOR THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

Birchler, J. J., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, jjbirchler@vims.edu; Harris, C. K., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, ckharris@vims.edu; Arango, H. G., Rutgers University, USA, arango@marine.rutgers.edu; Hutton, E. W., University of Colorado, USA, eric.hutton@colorado.edu; Jenkins, C. J., University of Colorado, USA, chris.jenkins@colorado.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/delivery-of-sediment-to-the-continental-slope-numerical-modeling-tools-for-the-northern-gulf-of

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16659 | Poster ID 176

SEDIMENTARY FLUXES OF GREAT LAKES OF DIFFERENT LATITUDE DETERMINED USING MOORED SEQUENTIAL SEDIMENT TRAPS

Mohd-Rozhan, Z., Large Lakes Observatory University of Minnesota Duluth, USA, zakar018@d.umn.edu; Hecky, R. E., Large Lakes Observatory University of Minnesota Duluth, USA, rehecky@gmail.com; Guildford, S. J., Large Lakes Observatory University of Minnesota Duluth, USA, stephanie.guildford@gmail.com; Werne, J. P., Department of Geology and Planetary Science, University of Pittsburgh, USA, jwerne@pitt.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16696 | Poster ID 177

HYDRODYNAMICS OF THE ALBEMARLE-PAMLICO ESTUARINE SYSTEM IN RESPONSE TO WIND AND TIDAL FORCING

Clunies, G. J., Queen's University, Canada, gregory.clunies@queensu.ca; Mulligan, R. P., Queen's University, Canada, ryan.mulligan@civil.queensu.ca; Mallinson, D. J., East Carolina University, USA, mallinson@mail.ecu.edu ; Walsh, J. P., East Carolina University, USA, WALSHJ@ecu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16794 | Poster ID 178

EDDY-RESOLVING TWO-PHASE FLOW SIMULATIONS OF TWO-LAYER FLUID MUD MIXTURE AT THE SEABED

Ozdemir, C. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cozdemir@whoi.edu; Traykovski, P., Woods hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ptraykovski@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16807 | Poster ID 179

SHORT-LIVED RADIOISOTOPES AS GEOCHRONOMETERS IN EVENT STRATIGRAPHY

Larson, R. A., Eckerd College/USF, USA, larsonra@eckerd.edu; Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu; Holmes, C. W., Environchron, USA, environchron@verizon.net; Schwing, P. T., USF, USA, pschwing@mail.usf.edu; Jilbert, T. S., University of Utrecht, Netherlands, T.S.Jilbert@uu.nl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16889 | Poster ID 181

SEDIMENT DELIVERY TO THE OCEAN IN SUPPLY- AND TRANSPORT-LIMITED SYSTEMS

Kolker, A. S., Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium, USA, akolker@lumcon.edu; Ameen, A. D., Tulane University, USA, aameen@lumcon.edu; Ramatchandirane, C. G., Tulane University, USA, cyndhia.ramat@gmail.com; Li, C., Louisiana State University, USA, cli@lsu.edu; Walker, N. D., Louisiana State University, USA, nwalker@lsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16913 | Poster ID 182

GEOLOGICAL AND GEOMORPHIC RESPONSES TO ESTUARINE DAM INSTALLATIONS AND LAND RECLAMATION WITHIN SOUTH KOREA: THE NAKDONG AND YEONGSAN ESTUARIES

Williams, J., Texas A&M University, USA, jwilliams@ocean.tamu.edu; Dellapenna, ., , USA, ; Lee, G. H., Inha University, Republic Of Korea, guanhonglee033@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17017 | Poster ID 219

ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCES ON SEDIMENT DELIVERY AND DEPOSITION IN CHESAPEAKE BAY

Palinkas, C. M., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, cpalinkas@umces.edu; Koch, E. W., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, , koch@umces.edu; Sanford, L. P., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, lsanford@umces.edu; Stevenson, J. C., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, court@umces.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17127 | Poster ID 220

FINE SEDMNET TRANSPORT MODELING IN TOKYO BAY

Nakagawa, Y., Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan, y_nakagawa@ipc.pari.go.jp; Nadaoka, K., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, ; Yagi, H., National Research Institute of Fisheries Engineering, Japan, ; Nihei, Y., Tokyo University of Science, Japan, ; Yoshida, M., Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17135 | Poster ID 221

INTERTIDAL FLOWS OVER VEGETATED SALT MARSH SURFACES AND DRAINAGE CHANNEL NETWORKS WITH COHESIVE SEDIMENTS IN A MACROTIDAL BASIN

Ashall, L. M., Queen's University, Canada, logan.m.ashall@gmail.com; Mulligan, R. P., Queen's University, Canada, ryan.mulligan@civil.queensu.ca; Proosdij, D. V., Saint Mary's University, Canada, dvanproo@smu.ca; Brent, L., Bedford Institue of Oceanography, Canada, Brent.Law@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17148 | Poster ID 222

FINE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE CONNECTICUT RIVER ESTUARY

Kineke, G. C., Boston College, USA, gail.kineke@bc.edu; Kristiansen, E. R., Boston College, USA, ellen.kristiansen@bc.edu; Ralston, D. K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dralston@whoi.edu; Geyer, W. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rgeyer@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17366 | Poster ID 223

MODELING ETM DYNAMICS IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER ESTUARY

Lopez, J. E., Oregon Health and Science University, USA, lopezj@stccmop.org; Baptista, A. M., Oregon Health and Science University, USA, baptista@stccmop.org; Karna, T., Oregon Health and Science University, USA, karnat@stccmop.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17403 | Poster ID 224

THE EFFECTS OF BED FORMS AND STRATIFICATION ON WAVE-SUPPORTED GRAVITY CURRENTS

Hooshmand, A., University of Washington, USA, abbas1@uw.edu; Horner-Devine, A. R., University of Washington, USA, arhd@uw.edu; Ogston, A. S., University of Washington, USA, ogston@ocean.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17638 | Poster ID 225

SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATIONS DERIVED FROM MODELS, MEASUREMENTS AND IMAGERY FOR A SYSTEM OF SHALLOW COASTAL BAYS

Wiberg, P. L., University of Virginia, USA, pw3c@virginia.edu; Carr, J. A., University of Virginia, USA, jac6t@virginia.edu; Safak, I., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, is8w@virginia.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17888 | Poster ID 226

EFFECTS OF TIDAL MIXING PATTERNS ON SEDIMENT DYNAMICS AND WATER COLUMN TURBIDITY DURING SUMMER-FALL IN THE NELSON RIVER ESTUARY

Petrusevich, V., Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, Canada, vlad.petrusevich@umanitoba.ca; Ehn, J., Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, Canada, Jens.Ehn@umanitoba.ca; Dmitrenko, I., Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, Canada, Igor.Dmitrenko@umanitoba.ca; McCullough, G., Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, Canada, Igor.Dmitrenko@umanitoba.ca; Sydor, K., Water Resources Engineering Department, Manitoba Hydro, Canada, kmsydor@hydro.mb.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/effects-of-tidal-mixing-patterns-on-sediment-dynamics-and-water-column-turbidity-during-summer-fall

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17970 | Poster ID 255

AN EXPLORATORY MODEL STUDY OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT SOURCES AND DEPOSITS IN THE BOHAI SEA, YELLOW SEA AND EAST CHINA SEA

Bian, C., Ocean University of China, China, bianchangwei@ouc.edu.cn; Jiang, W., Ocean University of China, China, wsjang@ouc.edu.cn; Greatbatch, R. J., GEOMAR, Germany, rgreatbatch@geomar.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18001 | Poster ID 256

A SURVEY OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT SETTLING VELOCITY FROM THE GLACIER-FED LAKES OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALBERTA.

Hodder, K. R., University of Regina, Canada, kyle.hodder@uregina.ca; Barrett, D. C., University of Regina, Canada, ;

084 - Particles in aquatic environments: from invisible exopolymers to sinking aggregates

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13524 | Poster ID 121

AMMONIUM RELEASE IN SINKING DIATOM AGGREGATES

Bergkvist, J., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, johanna.bergkvist@bioenv.gu.se; Ploug, H., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, helle.ploug@bioenv.gu.se;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/ammonium-release-in-sinking-diatom-aggregates.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14114 | Poster ID 123

ON THE INTERPRETATION OF OXYGEN PROFILE AROUND SINKING AGGREGATES

Liu, B., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, bliu@mpi-bremen.de; Khalili, A., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, akhalili@mpi-bremen.de; Ploug, H., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, helle.ploug@bioenv.gu.se; Kuypers, M. M., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mkuypers@mpi-bremen.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14368 | Poster ID 124

TRANSPARENT EXOPOLYMERIC(TEP) AND COOMASSIE BLUE STAINABLE (CSP) PARTICLES IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN, USING A NEW DYE-BINDING ASSAY FOR DETERMINATION OF CSP

Cisternas-Novoa, C., School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University, USA, carolina.cisternasnovoa@stonybrook.edu; Lee, C., School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University, USA, cindy.lee@stonybrook.edu; Engel, A., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, aengel@geomar.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14451 | Poster ID 125

DISTRIBUTION OF TRANSPARENT EXOPOLYMER PARTICLES IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL SOUTH PACIFIC

Loginova, A. N., Geomar, Germany, aloginova@geomar.de; Roa, J., Geomar, Germany, jroa@geomar.de; Kanzow, T., Geomar, Germany, tkanzow@geomar.de; Engel, A., Geomar, Germany, aengel@geomar.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/distribution-of-transparent-exopolymer-particles-in-the-eastern-tropical-south-pacific.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15053 | Poster ID 126

THE COMPLEMENTARY USE OF WET EXTRACTION METHODS WITH FTIR TO INVESTIGATE THE SEASONAL CHANGES OF SINKING PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER (POM) IN LAKE SUPERIOR

Li, H., Large Lakes Observatory and Water Resources Science Program, University of Minnesota, USA, lixx0864@umn.edu; Minor, E. C., Large Lakes Observatory and Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA, eminor@d.umn.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15127 | Poster ID 183

GROUP BEHAVIOR AMONG MODEL BACTERIA INFLUENCES PARTICULATE CARBON REMINERALIZATION DEPTHS

Smith Mislan, K. A., Princeton University, USA, kas3@princeton.edu; Stock, C. A., NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, USA, Charles.Stock@noaa.gov; Dunne, J. P., NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, USA, John.Dunne@noaa.gov; Sarmiento, J. L., Princeton University, USA, jls@princeton.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15289 | Poster ID 184

THE EFFECT OF TURBULENCE ON THE ABSORPTION AND EMISSION OF MICROORGANISMS

Brandt, L., KTH Mechanics, Sweden, luca@mech.kth.se; Sardina, G., KTH Mechanics, Sweden, gaetano@mech.kth.se; Picano, F., KTH Mechanics, Sweden, picano@mech.kth.se; Iudicone, D., Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Naples, Italy, iudicone@szn.it;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15650 | Poster ID 185

AUTHIGENIC IRON MINERALS PARTICLES IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS OF THE YANGTZE RIVER ESTUARY AND ITS ADJACENT AREA

Fan, D., College of Marine Geosciences, Ocean University of China, China, djfan@ouc.edu.cn; Zhang, X., College of Marine Geosciences, Ocean University of China, China, zhangxc@ouc.edu.cn; Sun, X., College of Marine Geosciences, Ocean University of China, China, xiaoxias@ouc.edu.cn; Yang, Z., College of Marine Geosciences, Ocean University of China, China, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15818 | Poster ID 186

ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF NON-LIVING ORGANIC MATTER IN CORAL REEFS

Zetsche, E., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, ezetsche@vub.ac.be; Meysman, F. J., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ), Netherlands, filip.meysman@nioz.nl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15954 | Poster ID 187

FLOCCULATION ALTERS THE DISTRIBUTION AND FLUX OF MELT-WATER SUPPLIED SEDIMENTS AND NUTRIENTS IN THE ARCTIC: A CASE FROM DISKO FJORD, WEST GREENLAND

Markussen, T. N., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, thor.markussen@geo.ku.dk; Andersen, T. J., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, tja@geo.ku.dk; Ernstsen, V. B., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, vbe@geo.ku.dk; Becker, M., University of Bremen, Germany, mbecker@marum.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16594 | Poster ID 188

FORMATION OF AGGREGATE LAYERS BY DELAYED PARTICLE SETTLING AND IMPLICATIONS FOR BACTERIAL ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY

Prairie, J. C., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, jprairie@email.unc.edu; Ziervogel, K., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, ziervoge@email.unc.edu; Camassa, R., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, camassa@amath.unc.edu; White, B. L., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, bwhite@unc.edu; Arnosti, C., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, arnosti@email.unc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16866 | Poster ID 189

CHARACTERISTICS OF MARINE AGGREGATES DURING THE PHYTOPLANKTON SPRING BLOOM IN A TEMPERATE TIDAL BASIN

Dammrich, T., ALFRED WEGENER INSTITUTE HEMLHOTZ CENTRE FOR POLAR AND MARINE RESEARCH, Germany, THEA.DAMMRICH@AWI.DE ; van Beusekom, J. E., INSTITUTE FOR HYDROBIOLOGY AND FISHERIES SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF HAMBURG, Germany, JUSTUS.VAN.BEUSEKOM@UNI-HAMBURG.DE; Engel, A., GEOMAR HELMHOLTZ CENTRE FOR OCEAN RESEARCH KIEL, Germany, AENGEL@GEOMAR.DE;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16941 | Poster ID 190

ON THE LIMITING FACTORS FOR ANAEROBIC PROCESSES IN MARINE SNOW AND CYANOBACTERIAL COLONIES

Ploug, H., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Helle.Ploug@bioenv.gu.se; Klawonn, I., Stockholm University, Sweden, Isabell.Klawonn@su.se; Bonaglia, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, Stefano@geo.su.se; Bruchert, V., Stockholm University, Sweden, Volker.Bruchert@geo.su.se;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17050 | Poster ID 191

EFFECTS OF CLAY MINERALS ON THE AGGREGATION AND SETTLING OF MARINE SYNECHOCOCCUS

Deng, W., Arizona State University, USA, wdeng5@asu.edu; Monks, L., Arizona State University, USA, lmonks@asu.edu; Neuer, S., Arizona State University, USA, susanne.neuer@asu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17090 | Poster ID 192

INFLUENCES OF OVERLYING SNOW ON PARTICLE SINKING VELOCITY FOLLOWING EXPORT FROM LAND FAST ARCTIC SEA-ICE

Aumack, C. F., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, USA, caumack@ldeo.columbia.edu; Juhl, A. R., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, USA, andyjuhl@ledo.columbia.edu; Neuer, S., Arizona State University, USA, Susanne.Neuer@asu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17220 | Poster ID 193

TIME COURSE EXPERIMENTS OF MARINE SYNECHOCOCCUS AGGREGATION

Monks, L., Arizona State University, USA, lmonks@asu.edu; Deng, W., Arizona State University , USA, wdeng5@asu.edu; Neuer, S., Arizona State University, USA, Susanne.Neuer@asu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18019 | Poster ID 195

BACTERIA-SEDIMENT ASSOCIATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SEDIMENT SETTLING VELOCITIES IN ALPINE ENVIRONMENTS

Barrett, D. C., University of Regina, Canada, dcbarrett@gmail.com; Hodder, K. R., University of Regina, Canada, ;

087 - High-resolution ocean circulation observations from space: the SWOT mission, operational applications, and physical-biogeochemical interactions

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13079 | Poster ID 2131

RE-DEFINING OPERATIONAL: AN EVOLVING PARADIGM FOR SATELLITE OCEANOGRAPHY

Wilson, C., NOAA/NMFS, USA, cara.wilson@noaa.gov; Bonekamp, H., EUMETSAT, Germany, Hans.Bonekamp@eumetsat.int; Brown, C., NOAA/NESDIS, USA, Christopher.W.Brown@noaa.gov; DiGiacomo , P., NOAA/NESDIS, USA, paul.digiacomo@noaa.gov; Kwiatkowska, E., EUMETSAT, Germany, Ewa.Kwiatkowska@eumetsat.int;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13289 | Poster ID 2167

HIGH-RESOLUTION WIDE-SWATH ALTIMETRY ANTICIPATED FROM THE SWOT MISSION

Fu, L. L., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, llf@jpl.nasa.gov; Ubelmann, C., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, Clement.Ubelmann@jpl.nasa.gov; Morrow, R., LEGOS, Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales, France, Rosemary.Morrow@legos.obs-mip.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/high-resolution-wide-swath-altimetry-anticipated-from-the-swot-mission.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13348 | Poster ID 2168

LATERAL STIRRING OF SURFACE TRACER FIELDS BY SATELLITE ALTIMETRY – IMPLICATIONS FOR SWOT

Morrow, R., LEGOS / OMP, France, Rosemary.morrow@legos.obs-mip.fr; Dencausse, G., LPO / Ifremer, France, Guillaume.Dencausse@ifremer.fr; Roge, M., LEGOS / CNRS, France, Marine.Roge@legos.obs-mip.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13673 | Poster ID 2169

COMPARISON OF ALTIMETRIC DATASETS IN THE COASTAL REGION OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT

Hausman, J. K., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Jessica.K.Hausman@jpl.nasa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/comparison-of-altimetric-datasets-in-the-coastal-region-of-the-southern-california-bight.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13714 | Poster ID 2170

SEASONALITY OF SUBMESOSCALE ACTIVITY AROUND THE KUROSHIO EXTENSION IN A HIGH-RESOLUTION REALISITC SIMULATION

/ Hideharu, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, sasaki@jamstec.go.jp; / Patrice, K., IFREMER, France, Patrice.Klein@ifremer.fr; / Bo, Q., Universitiy of Hawaii, USA, bo@soest.hawaii.edu; / Yoshikazu, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, ysasai@jamstec.go.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14404 | Poster ID 2171

PROMOTING PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF HIGH-RESOLUTION ALTIMETRY MEASUREMENTS

Srinivasan, M., Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, margaret.srinivasan@jpl.nasa.gov; Peterson, C., MSU Science and Technology Center, Stennis Space Center, USA, craigp@GRI.MsState.Edu; Chao, Y., Remote Sensing Solutions, USA, ychao@remotesensingsolutions.com; Moller, D., Remote Sensing Solutions, USA, dkmoller@remotesensingsolutions.com; Andreadis, K., Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, kandread@jpl.nasa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://swot.jpl.nasa.gov/applications

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14468 | Poster ID 2172

ASYMMETRIES BETWEEN WAVENUMBER SPECTRA OF ALONG- AND ACROSS-TRACK VELOCITY FROM TANDEM-MISSION ALTIMETRY

Wortham, C., University of Washington - Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, cwortham@uw.edu; Jorn, C., MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography, USA, joernc@mit.edu; Scharffenberg, M., Universitat Hamburg, Germany, martin.scharffenberg@zmaw.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14805 | Poster ID 2173

MESO / SUB-MESOSCALE 3-D DYNAMICS FROM SPACE AND ELEPHANT SEALS

Jaud, T., LEMAR - IUEM - UMR 6539, France, tjaud@univ-brest.fr; Rivière, P., LEMAR - IUEM - UMR6539, France, tjaud@univ-brest.fr; Dencausse, G., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, France, pascal.riviere@univ-brest.fr; Guinet, C., Centre d'étude Biologique de Chizé, France, Christophe.GUINET@cebc.cnrs.fr; Klein, P., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, France, Patrice.Klein@ifremer.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15076 | Poster ID 2174

ANALYSIS OF TIDAL ALIASING USING TIDE GAUGES AND AN EDDYING GLOBAL OCEAN MODEL WITH EMBEDDED TIDES

Savage, A. C., University of Michigan, USA, savagea@umich.edu; 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; Buijsman, M. C., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, maarten.buijsman.ctr.nl@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15123 | Poster ID 2211

AIRSWOT: A NEW AIRBORNE INSTRUMENT FOR MESOSCALES AND SUBMESOSCALE SSH

Rodriguez, E., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Cal Tech, USA, ernesto.rodriguez@jpl.nasa.gov; Holt, B., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Cal Tech, USA, benjamin.m.holt@jpl.nasa.gov; Molemaker, M. J., UCLA, USA, nmolem@atmos.ucla.edu; Ohlmann, J. C., UCSB, USA, carter@eri.ucsb.edu; Perkovic-Martin, D., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Cal Tech, USA, Dragana.Perkovic@jpl.nasa.gov ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15264 | Poster ID 2212

NEW PERSPECTIVES FOR FUTURE HIGH-LEVEL OCEAN ALTIMETRY PRODUCTS

Clement, U., JPL, USA, clement.ubelmann@jpl.nasa.gov; Patrice, K., Ifremer, France, patrice.klein@ifremer.fr; Lee-Lueng, F., JPL, USA, lee-lueng.fu@jpl.nasa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/new-perspectives-for-future-high-level-ocean-altimetry-products.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15458 | Poster ID 2213

SEASONAL MESOSCALE VERSUS SUBMESOSCALE VARIABILITY ALONG THE SUBTROPICAL COUNTERCURRENT IN A HIGH-RESOLUTION NORTH PACIFIC OGCM SIMULATION

Chen, S., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, schen@soest.hawaii.edu; Qiu, B., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, bo@soest.hawaii.edu; Sasaki, H., JAMSTEC, Japan, sasaki@jamstec.go.jp; Klein, P., ifremer, France, Patrice.Klein@ifremer.fr; Sasai, Y., JAMSTEC, Japan, ysasai@jamstec.go.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15503 | Poster ID 2214

SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURE FROM SUOMI-NPP VIIRS: ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT AND UNCERTAINTY ESTIMATION

Minnett, P. J., University of Miami, USA, pminnett@rsmas.miami.edu; Evans, R. H., University of Miami, USA, revans@rsmas.miami.edu; Podesta, G. P., University of Miami, USA, gpodesta@rsmas.miami.edu; Kilpatrick, K., University of Miami, USA, pminnett@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15526 | Poster ID 2215

IMPACTS OF SUBMESOSCALE DYNAMICS ON THE PHYTOPLANKTON FIELD IN THE KUROSHIO EXTENSION

Sasai, Y., JAMSTEC, Japan, ysasai@jamstec.go.jp; Sasaoka, K., JAMSTEC, Japan, sasaoka@jamstec.go.jp; Sasaki, H., JAMSTEC, Japan, sasaki@jamstec.go.jp; Klein, P., IFREMER, France, Patrice.Klein@ifremer.fr; Qiu, B., University of Hawaii, USA, bo@soest.hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15970 | Poster ID 2216

RESPONSE OF SEA SURFACE HEIGHT TO SEA LEVEL PRESSURE IN THE YELLOW AND EAST CHINA SEAS ON HIGH-FREQUENCY BANDS

Kang, B., Kyushu Univ./RIAM, Japan, river@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp; Hirose, N., Kyushu Univ./RIAM, Japan, hirose@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16779 | Poster ID 2217

SIMULATED SWOT DATA IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY/ESTUARY AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COASTAL OCEAN FOR DECISION SUPPORT APPLICATIONS

Moller, D., Remote Sensing Solutions, USA, dkmoller@remotesensingsolutions.com; Chao, Y., Remote Sensing Solutions, USA, ; Farrara, J., University of California, Los Angeles, , ; Zhang, H., University of California, Los Angeles, , ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16928 | Poster ID 2218

LINKING SEA SURFACE HEIGHT TO (SUB)MESOSCALE OCEAN DYNAMICS: THE SEAGOLSWOT CAMPAIGNS IN THE NW MEDITERRANEAN (FALL 2014 – SPRING 2015)

Nencioli, F., Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France, francesco.nencioli@univ-amu.fr; d'Ovidio, F., LOCEAN, France, francesco.dovidio@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Petrenko, A. A., Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France, anne.petrenko@univ-amu.fr; Doglioli, A. M., Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France, andrea.doglioli@univ-amu.fr; Bouffard, J., Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France, jerome.bouffard@univ-amu.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/linking-sea-surface-height-to-submesoscale-ocean-dynamics-the-seagolswot-campaign-in-the.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17653 | Poster ID 2247

INTRA-SEASONAL VARIABILITY ALONG THE WEST COAST OF INDIA

Dhage, L., Oregon State University, USA, atul1785@gmail.com; Strub, P. T., Oregon State University, USA, tstrub@coas.oregonstate.edu; Durland, T., Oregon State University, USA, tdurland@coas.oregonstate.edu; Matano, R. P., Oregon State University, USA, rmatano@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/intra-seasonal-variability-along-the-west-coast-of-india-1

093 - Coasts in Crisis: Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Need for Adaptation

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12993 | Poster ID 489

MODELING THE HYDRODYNAMIC RESPONSE OF TILLAMOOK BAY TO CLIMATE CHANGE-DRIVEN BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

Cheng, T. K., Oregon State University, USA, chengti@onid.orst.edu; Hill, D. F., Oregon State University, USA, dfh@engr.oregonstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13008 | Poster ID 490

INTERACTION BETWEEN COASTLINE CHANGE AND TIDAL WAVE SYSTEM OF BOHAI SEA

Li, Y., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, yfli@yic.ac.cn; Zhang, H., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, hzhang@yic.ac.cn; Tang, C., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ctang@yic.ac.cn; Zou, T., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, tzou@yic.ac.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13155 | Poster ID 491

ENHANCED LAND SUBSIDENCE AND SEDIMENT DYNAMICS IN GALVESTON BAY- IMPLICATIONS FOR GEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES AND FATE AND TRANSPORT OF CONTAMINANTS

Almukaimi, M., Texas A and M university, USA, malmukaimi@tamu.edu; Dellapenna, T., Texas A and M university, USA, dellapet@tamug.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13295 | Poster ID 492

INCREASED COASTAL INUNDATION FROM GROUNDWATER-TABLE RISE WITH SEA LEVEL

Rotzoll, K., University of Hawaii / WRRC, USA, kolja@hawaii.edu; Fletcher, C. H., University of Hawaii / G&G, USA, fletcher@soest.hawaii.edu; Habel, S., University of Hawaii / G&G, USA, skey@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13716 | Poster ID 493

ESTIMATION OF VULNERABILITY USING THE MAXIMUM WIND SPEED OF TROPICAL CYCLONE

Hashimura/Ryusuke, H., Sojo University, Japan, ryusuke@eco.sojo-u.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.sojo-u.ac.jp

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13749 | Poster ID 494

AN UPDATED WIND-WAVE CLIMATE PROJECTIONS ENSEMBLE: QUANTIFYING SOURCES OF UNCERTAINTY

Hemer, M. A., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, mark.hemer@csiro.au; Erikson, L., USGS, USA, lerikson@usgs.gov; Mori, N., Kyoto University, Japan, nobuhito.mori.8a@kyoto-u.ac.jp; Trenham, C. E., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, claire.trenham@csiro.au; Wang, X. L., Environment Canada, Canada, xiaolan.wang@ec.gc.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13888 | Poster ID 495

MODELING THE HUMAN OCCUPIED COASTLINE AS A COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEM: IS THE COASTLINE FUTURE PRIMITIVE?

McNamara, D. E., UNC Wilmington, USA, mcnamarad@uncw.edu; Keeler, A., ECU, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14011 | Poster ID 496

COASTAL VULNERABILITY MAPPING IN ALASKA – STRATEGIES FOR SMALL POPULATIONS IN DATA SPARSE REGIONS

Kinsman, N. E., Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, USA, nicole.kinsman@alaska.gov; Gould, A. I., Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, USA, alexander.gould@alaska.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14089 | Poster ID 497

CHALLENGES FOR ADAPTATION TO SEA LEVEL RISE IN THE COASTAL AREAS OF GERMANY

Weisse, R., Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Center for Materials and Coastal Research, Germany, ralf.weisse@hzg.de; Kappenberg, J., Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Center for Materials and Coastal Research, Germany, jens.kappenberg@hzg.de; Sothmann, J., Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Center for Materials and Coastal Research, Germany, janina.sothmann@hzg.de; Meyer, E., Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Center for Materials and Coastal Research, Germany, elke.meyer@hzg.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/challenges-for-adaptation-to-sea-level-rise-in-the-coastal-areas-of-germany.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14283 | Poster ID 498

A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT TO INCREASE COASTAL MARSH AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE TO SEA LEVEL RISE ON THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Leuchanka, N., University of New Hampshire, Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, USA, nhe4@wildcats.unh.edu; Wainger, L., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, wainger@umces.edu; Paolisso, M., University of Maryland, Department of Anthropology, USA, mpaoliss@umd.edu; Needelman, B., University of Maryland, Department of Environmental Science and Technology, USA, bneed@umd.edu; Land, S., Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Maryland , USA, sland@dnr.state.md.us;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14509 | Poster ID 499

CLIMATE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES FOR THE EASTERN SHORE

Kumar, A., Millersville University, USA, ajoy.kumar@millersville.edu; Murray, N., Millersville University, USA, ajoy.kumar@millersville.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15545 | Poster ID 500

LIVING WITH SEA LEVEL RISE ON TEXAS BARRIER ISLANDS

Gibeaut, J. C., Harte Research Institute, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, james.gibeaut@tamucc.edu; Taylor, E. B., Harte Research Institute, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, eleonor.taylor@tamucc.edu; Del Angel, D., Harte Research Institute, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, diana.delangel@tamucc.edu; Reisinger, A., Harte Research Institute, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, james.gibeaut@tamucc.edu; Starek, M. J., Harte Research Institute, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, michael.starek@tamucc.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/living-with-sea-level-rise-on-texas-barrier-islands.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16224 | Poster ID 501

COASTAL BARRIER RESPONSE TO HOLOCENE SEA-LEVEL RISE

Pejrup, M., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, mp@geo.ku.dk; Andersen, T. J., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, tja@geo.ku.dk; Johannessen, p. N., Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark, pjo@geus.dk; Nielsen, L. H., Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark, lhn@geus.dk; Fruergaard, M., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, mif@geo.ku.dk;

ePoster Link: http://forskning.ku.dk/search/profil/?id=32957

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17131 | Poster ID 502

PDOS AND SLOW SLIP AND STORM SURGE RETURN INTERVALS, OH MY!: A SEA LEVEL RISE ASSESSMENT CASE STUDY FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, USA.

Miller, I. M., University of Washington/WA Sea Grant, USA, immiller@uw.edu; Petersen, S., Adaptation International, USA, sascha@adaptationinternational.com; Rot, B., Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, USA, brot@jamestowntribe.org; Hals, H., Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, USA, hhals@jamestowntribe.org; Parks, J., Adaptation International, USA, jparks1228@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17152 | Poster ID 538

COASTAL STORM SURGE MITIGATION: ANALYSIS AND MODELING OF CHESAPEAKE BAY WETLANDS

Ferreira, C. M., George Mason University, USA, cferrei3@gmu.edu; Lawler, S., George Mason University, USA, slawler@gmu.edu; deb, m., George Mason University, USA, mdeb@gmu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://civil.gmu.edu/people/celso-ferreira/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17757 | Poster ID 539

INTEGRATING SPATIAL DATA OF COASTAL VULNERABILITY IN THE CONTEXT OF SEA-LEVEL RISE AROUND THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.

Barbee, M. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa SOEST, USA, mbarbee@hawaii.edu; Fletcher, C., University of Hawaii at Manoa SOEST, USA, fletcher@soest.hawaii.edu; Coughlin, R., University of Hawaii at Manoa SOEST, USA, rac88@hawaii.edu; Schaubach, M., University of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA, mbs9549@uncw.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17998 | Poster ID 540

IMPACT OF STORMS INTENSITY INCREASE AND SEA LEVEL RISE ON WAV OVERTOPPING PHENOMENON ABOVE PROTECTIVE DYKES

Nicolas, J., ACRI-IN, France, nicolas.jarry@acri-in.fr; Fabrice, G., ACRI-IN, France, fabrice.gouaud@acri-in.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18052 | Poster ID 541

NORTHEASTERN SALT MARSHES: ELEVATION CAPITAL AND RESILIENCE TO SEA LEVEL RISE

Watson, E. B., U.S. EPA, USA, Watson.Elizabeth@epa.gov; Wigand, C., U.S. EPA, USA, Wigand.Cathleen@epa.gov; Bishop, J., U.S. EPA, USA, Bishop.Joseph@epa.gov;

096 - Ocean and Climate Change Science: Engaging Scientists in Educating the Public

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13671 | Poster ID 1755

ADRIFT.ORG.AU: AN INTERACTIVE WEBSITE ABOUT OCEAN CURRENTS AND THE PATHWAYS OF MARINE PLASTIC INTO THE OCEAN GARBAGE PATCHES

Van Sebille, E., University of New South Wales, Australia, E.vanSebille@unsw.edu.au; England, M. H., University of New South Wales, Australia, m.england@unsw.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/adriftorgau-an-interactive-website-about-ocean-currents-and-the-pathways-of-marine-plastic-into-the.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16191 | Poster ID 1815

NORWEGIAN RESEARCH SCHOOL IN CLIMATE DYNAMICS

Breines, R., Geophysical Institute University of Bergen, Norway, ragna.breines@gfi.uib.no; Furevik, T., Geophysical Institute University of Bergen, Norway, tore@gfi.uib.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.resclim.no

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16698 | Poster ID 1816

DESIGN SCIENCE MEETS OCEAN SCIENCE: ENGAGING CHALLENGING LEARNERS WITH INNOVATIVE PROJECTS WHILE COLLABORATING WITH AN OCEAN SCIENTIST

Cline, A., AIM Academy, USA, holt.cline@gmail.com; Moore, T. S., University of New Hampshire, USA, timothy.moore@unh.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16748 | Poster ID 1817

IS COMMITTED OCEAN WARMING AND ACIDIFICATION A PLANETARY EMERGENCY?

Carter, P., Climate Emergency Institute, Canada, petercarter46@shaw.ca; Villarante-Tonido, K., Climate Emergency Institute, Philippines, climatemergencyinstitute@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.climateemergencyinstitute.com

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17306 | Poster ID 1818

PLANKTON PORTAL: AN ONLINE CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT FOR PLANKTON CLASSIFICATION AND EDUCATION

Cowen, R. K., OSU/Hatfield Marine Science Center, USA, robert.cowen@oregonstate.edu; Guigand, C., , , cguigand@rsmas.miami.edu; Luo, J. Y., University of Miami, USA, jessica.luo@rsmas.miami.edu; Greer, A. T., University of Miami, USA, agreer@rsmas.miami.edu; Grassian, B., University of Miami, USA, bgrassian@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.planktonportal.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17472 | Poster ID 1819

ENGAGING THE PUBLIC (AGES 3-99) IN THE MARINE NITROGEN BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE WITH AN ACTIVITY AT A LOCAL SCIENCE MUSEUM

Horak, R. E., University of Washington, USA, rahorak@gmail.com; Arduini, S., Pacific Science Center, USA, sarduini@pacsci.org; Vukajlovich, D., Pacific Science Center, USA, dvukajlovich@pacsci.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17487 | Poster ID 1820

BROADENING OUR REACH: PROVIDING THE PUBLIC WITH ACCESS AND PARTICIPATION IN OCEAN EXPLORATION AND RESEARCH ABOARD E/V NAUTILUS

Bell, K. C., Ocean Exploration Trust, USA, katy@oceanexplorationtrust.org; Fundis, A., Ocean Exploration Trust, USA, allison@oceanexplorationtrust.org; Smith, L., Ocean Exploration Trust, USA, liz@oceanexplorationtrust.org; Munro, S., Ocean Exploration Trust, USA, scott@oceanexplorationtrust.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.nautiluslive.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17601 | Poster ID 1821

COMMUNICATING OCEANOGRAPHY FROM RESEARCH VESSELS

Harden, B. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bharden@whoi.edu; Murphy, D., Independent, USA, dallas.murphy2@gmail.com; Pickart, R. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rpickart@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/communicating-oceanography-from-research-vessels.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17717 | Poster ID 1822

WEATHERBLUR: OCEAN SCIENTISTS, MARINE INDUSTRY, EDUCATORS, STUDENTS, AND FAMILIES COLLABORATE ON CITIZEN SCIENCE TO INFORM NEXT GENERATION OBSERVING SYSTEMS

Deese, H. E., Island Institute, USA, hdeese@islandinstitute.org; Kermish-Allen, R., Island Institute, USA, rallen@islandinstitute.org; Arnold, S., Island Institute, USA, sarnold@islandinstitute.org; Thompson, R., Island Institute, USA, rthompson@islandinstitute.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17874 | Poster ID 1823

SHARING THE DISCOVERIES OF A SUBMARINE CANYON: CREATING PASSION FOR OCEAN RESEARCH.

Gervais, F., University of Victoria, Canada, fgervais@uvic.ca; Davidson, E., University of Victoria, Canada, ellynd@uvic.ca; Ewing, N., University of Victoria, Canada, tasharei@uvic.ca; Juniper, K. J., University of Victoria, Canada, kjuniper@uvic.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17926 | Poster ID 1824

EMBEDDING OCEAN AND CLIMATE RESEARCHERS IN AN INFORMAL SCIENCE INSTITUTION

Miller, M. K., Exploratorium, USA, mmiller@exploratorium.edu; Schwartzenberg, S., Exploratorium, USA, sschwartzenberg@exploratorium.edi; Frazier, J., Exploratorium., USA, jfrazier@exploratorium.edu; Garfield, N., San Francisco State University, USA, garfield@sfsu.edu; Raleigh, C., Romberg-Tiburon Center, USA, christopherdraleigh@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.exploratorium.edu

097 - Breaking Boundaries: The role of science communication and outreach in promoting healthy oceans

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13285 | Poster ID 2016

SCIENCETOGO.ORG: FIRST LOOK AT A MODEL’S EFFICACY TO ENGAGE MASS TRANSIT RIDERS WITH CLIMATE CHANGE SCIENCE

Lustick, D. S., University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA, David_Lustick@uml.edu; Lohmeier, J., University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA, Jill_Lohmeier@uml.edu; Chen, R., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, Bob.Chen@umb.edu; Wilson, R., Hofstra University, , Rick.T.Wilson@hofstra.edu; Rabkin, D., Museum of Science, USA, drabkin@mos.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.sciencetogo.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13324 | Poster ID 2017

THE USE OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERNS TO COMMUNICATE OCEAN SCIENCE

Marrin, D. L., Water Sciences & Insights, USA, marrin@watersciences.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-use-of-spatial-and-temporal-patterns-to-communicate-ocean-science.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13845 | Poster ID 2018

BREAKING BOUNDARIES, CREATING NEW COLLABORATIONS BY ENGAGING SCIENTISTS, EDUCATORS AND POLICY MAKERS IN THE OCEAN LITERACY CAMPAIGN IN THE USA AND THE WORLD

Tuddenham, P. D., College of Exploration, USA, peter@coexploration.net; Keener, P., NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, paula.keener-chavis@noaa.gov; Breidahl, H., Nautilus Educational, Australia, nautilus.ed@me.com; Fauville, G., University of Gothenburg, Department of Communication, Education and Learning, Sweden, geraldine.fauville@loven.gu.se;

ePoster Link: http://www.coexploration.org/aslo2014

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14516 | Poster ID 2019

STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN FUTURE SATELLITE OCEAN COLOR MISSION DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Tzortziou, M., University of Maryland, USA, maria.a.tzortziou@nasa.gov; Omar, A., NASA Langley Research Center , USA, ali.h.omar@nasa.gov; Turner, W., NASA HQs, USA, woody.turner@nasa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14753 | Poster ID 2020

THE GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR OCEAN EDUCATION (GROE) FACEBOOK PAGE: USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO CREATE A BROADER IMPACTS COMMUNITY

Schiebel, H. N., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, hayleyschiebel@gmail.com; Chen, R. F., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, bob.chen@umb.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14863 | Poster ID 2045

EXPLORING HOW TO COMMUNICATE SCIENCE MORE BROADLY AND INCREASE YOUR IMPACT: GEARS WORKSHOPS FOR EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS

Ferraro, C. A., Rutgers University, USA, ferraro@marine.rutgers.edu; McDonnell, J. D., Rutgers University, USA, mcdonnel@marine.rutgers.edu; Hotaling, L., University of South Florida, USA, lieslhotaling@yahoo.com; Yoder, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jyoder@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14918 | Poster ID 2046

INCREASING PUBLIC AWARENESS FOR RECOGNIZING, REPORTING, AND PREVENTING HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS: CASE STUDY OF SOUTH CAROLINA RESIDENTIAL STORMWATER PONDS

Greenfield, D. I., University of South Carolina, USA, dgreenfield@belle.baruch.sc.edu; DeVoe, R., SC Sea Grant Consortium, USA, rick.devoe@scseagrant.org; Ferris Hill, S., SC Sea Grant Consortium, USA, susan.ferris.hill@scseagrant.org; Stormer, S., SC Department of Natural Resources, USA, StormerS@dnr.sc.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/increasing-public-awareness-for-recognizing-reporting-and-preventing-harmful-algal-blooms-case.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15287 | Poster ID 2047

DOLPHIN SMART: AN EDUCATION PROGRAM BRINGING STAKEHOLDERS TOGETHER FOR DOLPHIN CONSERVATION

McCue, L. M., NOAA Fisheries Service, USA, laura.mccue@noaa.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15341 | Poster ID 2048

MORE THAN COMMUNICATION: A 4-DIMENSIONAL APPROACH FOR GRADUATE TRAINING IN OCEAN SCIENCES

Good, L. H., Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, USA, lhgood@stanford.edu; Abeles, A., Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, USA, abeles@stanford.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/more-than-communication-a-4-dimensional-approach-to-graduate-training-in-ocean-sciences.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15453 | Poster ID 2049

PROFESSORS ON WHEELS: BRINGING THE CLASSROOM TO THE COMMUNITY

Jurukovski, V., Suffolk County Community College, USA, jurukov@sunysuffolk.edu; Linker, D., Suffolk County Community College, USA, linkerd@sunysuffolk.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/jurukov/PDF/Professors_on_wheels.docx

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16209 | Poster ID 2050

ECOOCEAN - GAMES IN FISHERIES EDUCATION, COMMUNICATION AND SCIENCE

Schmidt, J. O., Future Ocean - Kiel Marine Science, Germany, jschmidt@economics.uni-kiel.de; Nissen, D., naymspace, Germany, dennis@naymspace.de; Magens, M., naym, Germany, michel.magens@naym.de; Voss, R., Future Ocean - Kiel Marine Science, Germany, voss@economics.uni-kiel.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.ecoocean.de

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16589 | Poster ID 2095

FIRE ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE AS AN OUTDOOR CLASSROOM

Coffey, R., Stony Brook University, USA, ruth.coffey@stonybrook.edu; Krause, K., National Park Service, USA, Kathy_Krause@nps.gov; Rafferty, P., National Park Service, USA, Patricia_Rafferty@nps.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16737 | Poster ID 2096

COMMUNICATING OCEAN SCIENCE ON A SOCIAL NEWS SITE: WHAT WE LEARNED FROM BEING ASKED ANYTHING

Fowler, R. A., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, rfowler@ldeo.columbia.edu; Aumack, C. F., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, caumack@ldeo.columbia.edu; Juhl, A. R., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, andyjuhl@ldeo.columbia.edu;

ePoster Link: http://redd.it/1euj00

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17069 | Poster ID 2097

TRYING TO SUBSTITUTE LIGHT FOR HEAT IN THE DEBATE AROUND SEA LICE AND AQUACULTURE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

Revie, C. W., Atlantic Veterinary College, Canada, crevie@upei.ca; McKenzie, P., Mainstream Canada, Canada, Peter.McKenzie@mainstreamcanada.com; Foreman, M., DFO, Canada, Mike.Foreman@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; DeDominicis, S., Marine Harvest Canada, Canada, Sharon.DeDominicis@marineharvest.com; Krkosek, M., University of Toronto, Canada, martin.krkosek@utoronto.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/trying-to-substitute-light-for-heat-in-the-debate-around-sea-lice-and-aquaculture-in-british.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17227 | Poster ID 2098

OCEAN 180 VIDEO CHALLENGE: TURNING RESEARCH PAPERS INTO DIGITAL STORIES

Watson, M., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, mwatson@fit.edu; Buckley, M., Indian River State College, USA, mbuckley@irsc.edu; Diederick , L., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, Diederick@si.edu; Windsor, J., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, jwindsor@fit.edu; Tankersley, R., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, rtankers@fit.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.ocean180.org

111 - New insights into microbial community metabolism and coupled biogeochemical cycling in oxygen-deficient marine waters

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13575 | Poster ID 2193

BIOESSENTIAL TRACE METAL AND NITROGEN CYCLING IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE

Glass, J. B., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, jennifer.glass@eas.gatech.edu; Buck, K. N., University of South Florida, USA, kristen.buck@bios.edu; Bristow, L. A., University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, lbristow@biology.sdu.dk; Thamdrup, B., University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, bot@biology.sdu.dk; Stewart, F. J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, frank.stewart@biology.gatech.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/bioessential-trace-metal-and-nitrogen-cycling-in-the-eastern-tropical-north-pacific-oxygen-minimum

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13923 | Poster ID 2194

META-OMICS REVEAL NEW INSIGHTS INTO MICROBIAL COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES ALONG DEEP-SEA REDOXCLINES AND ADAPTATIONS TO HYPERSALINITY

Pachiadaki, M. G., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mpachiadaki@whoi.edu; Taylor, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ctaylor@whoi.edu; Yakimov, M., CNR - Institute for Coastal Marine Environment, Italy, michail.yakimov@iamc.cnr.it; Bernhard, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jbernhard@whoi.edu; Edgcomb, V. P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, vedgcomb@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14115 | Poster ID 2261

DIAZOTROPH COMMUNITY IN DEEP OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE

CHEUNG, S. Y., THE HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, China, sycheungab@ust.hk; XIA, X. M., THE HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, China, xxia@ust.hk; LIU, H. B., THE HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, China, liuhb@ust.hk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14160 | Poster ID 2262

METHANOTROPHY IN THE MARGINS OF THE OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE OF EASTERN TROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC

Chronopoulou, M., Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom, p.m.chronopoulou@qmul.ac.uk; Thijs, N., University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, nelethijs@hotmail.com; Trimmer, M., Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom, m.trimmer@qmul.ac.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14262 | Poster ID 2263

SEAFLOOR MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES, ORGANIC MATTER CYCLING, AND OXYGEN: A STABLE ISOTOPE APPROACH

White, C. M., University of Leeds, United Kingdom, gycmw@leeds.ac.uk; Woulds, C., University of Leeds, United Kingdom, c.woulds@leeds.ac.uk; Cowie, G. L., University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, dr.greg.cowie@ed.ac.uk; Hall, P., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, perhall@chem.gu.se; Kitazato, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, kitazatoh@jamstec.go.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14362 | Poster ID 2264

NITRIFICATION IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Peng, X., Princeton University, USA, xpeng@Princeton.EDU; Fuchsman, C., University of Washington, USA, cafuchsman@gmail.com; Martens-Habbena, W., University of Washington, USA, willmmh@u.washington.edu; Ward, B. B., Princeton University, USA, bbw@princeton.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14374 | Poster ID 2265

MICROBIAL SULPHIDE OXIDATION IN SEASONALLY HYPOXIC COASTAL SEDIMENTS: COMPETITION BETWEEN ELECTROGENIC FILAMENTOUS BACTERIA AND BEGGIATOA

Seitaj, D., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, dorina.seitaj@nioz.nl; Malkin, S., Free University of Brussels, Belgium, smalkin@vub.ac.be; Schauer, R., Center of Geomicrobiology, University Aarhus, Denmark, rschauer@biology.au.dk; Meysman, F., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, Filip.Meysman@nioz.nl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15454 | Poster ID 2266

THE ROLE OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN CONTROLLING LOCAL REDOX CONDITIONS IN OXIC AND SUBOXIC MARINE WATERS

ROSE, A. L., Southern Cross University, Australia, andrew.rose@scu.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15610 | Poster ID 2267

LOW-OXYGEN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS AS POTENTIAL “HOT SPOTS” OF MICROBIAL HOPANOID PRODUCTION

Kharbush, J. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jkharbus@ucsd.edu; Ugalde, J. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jugalde@ucsd.edu; Hogle, S. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, shogle@ucsd.edu; Allen, E. E., UCSD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, eallen@ucsd.edu; Aluwihare, L. I., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, laluwihare@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15686 | Poster ID 2268

VIRAL ABUNDANCE DISTRIBUTION IN DEEP WATERS OF THE NORTHERN OF SOUTH CHINA SEA

HE, L., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, helei23@mail.sysu.edu.cn; Yin, K., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, yinkd@mail.sysu.edu.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15886 | Poster ID 2269

CARBON METABOLISM IN HYPOXIC SEDIMENTS SHOWING LONG-RANGE MICROBIAL ELECTRON TRANSPORT BY CABLE BACTERIA

Vasquez Cardenas, D., Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, diana.vasquez@nioz.nl; Malkin, S., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, smalkin@vub.ac.be; Polerecky, L., Utrecht University, Netherlands, l.polerecky@uu.nl; Meysman, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel , Belgium, filip.meysman@nioz.nl; Boschker, H., Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, eric.boschker@nioz.nl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16264 | Poster ID 2270

MICROBIAL EUKARYOTE DIVERSITY IN THE MARINE OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE OFF NORTHERN CHILE

Parris, D. J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, darren.parris@biology.gatech.edu; Ganesh, S., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, ; Delong, E. F., Massechusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ; Edgcomb, V., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Stewart, F. J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17096 | Poster ID 2271

BIOMARKER EVIDENCE OF THE WIDE OCCURRENCE OF ANAMMOX ACTIVITIES IN THE ZHUJIANG AND CHANGJIANG RIVER ESTUARIES

Zhao, M., Ocean University of China, China, maxzhao@ouc.edu.cn; Zhu, M., Ocean University of China, China, ; Cao, Y., Ocean University of China, China, ; Yang, H., Ocean University of China, China, ; Zhao, Z., Ocean University of China, China, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17406 | Poster ID 2272

THE NITROGEN DEFICIT INCREASE IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OVER THE PAST 40 YEARS

Horak, R. E., University of Washington, USA, rahorak@gmail.com; Ward, B. B., Princeton University, USA, bbw@princeton.edu; Devol, A. H., University of Washington, USA, devol@uw.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17538 | Poster ID 2282

METAGENOMICS OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE LOUISIANA SHELF HYPOXIC ZONE

Caro-Quintero, A., University of Texas, Austin, USA, alejandroc@gmail.com; Sarode, N., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, neha.sarode@biology.gatech.edu; Parris, D. J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, darren.parris@biology.gatech.edu; Ganesh, S., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, sganesh3@gatech.edu; Stewart, F. J., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, frank.stewart@biology.gatech.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17580 | Poster ID 2283

MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN THE JULY 2013 GULF OF MEXICO DEAD ZONE

Gillies, L. E., Florida State University, USA, leg07e@my.fsu.edu; Thrash, J. C., LSU, USA, thrashc@lsu.edu; Rabalais, N. N., LUMCON, USA, nrabalais@lumcon.edu; Mason, O. U., Florida State University, USA, omason@fsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17881 | Poster ID 2284

EXPLORING MICROBIAL CONTROLS ON METHANE CYCLING IN A SEASONALLY ANOXIC FJORD

Torres Beltran, M., Department of Microbiology & Immunology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, tbmonica@mail.ubc.ca; Hawley, A., Department of Microbiology & Immunology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, alysekh@mail.ubc.ca; Capelle, D., Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC , Canada, dwcapelle@hotmail.com; Tortell, P. D., Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, ptortell@eos.ubc.ca; Hallam, S. J., Department of Microbiology & Immunology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, shallam@mail.ubc.ca;

122 - Investigating the Mechanisms Defining Fundamental Interactions at the Nano-scale to the Micro-scale: Novel Technologies Providing Key Insights

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14182 | Poster ID 307

ENGINEERING THE ISCA: TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE CHEMICAL PREFERENCES OF MARINE MICROBES

Lambert, B. S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, blambert@mit.edu; Tout, J., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, jessica.tout@student.uts.edu.au; Seymour, J. R., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, justin.seymour@uts.edu.au; Stocker, R., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, romans@mit.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14240 | Poster ID 308

ESTABLISHING A PHYSICAL BASIS OF CALCIFICATION BY AMORPHOUS PATHWAYS: EFFECT OF SOLUTION CHEMISTRY AND BIOMOLECULES

Blue, C. R., Virginia Tech, USA, cblue@vt.edu; Han, N., Virginia Tech, USA, nhan@vt.edu; Dove, P. M., Virginia Tech, USA, dove@vt.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14279 | Poster ID 309

OBSERVING ZOOPLANKTON SWIMMING BEHAVIOR AND IMPOSED FLOW AT SUB-MM SCALES

Jiang, H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hsjiang@whoi.edu; Gemmell, B. J., University of Texas at Austin, Marine Science Institute, USA, ; Strickler, J. R., WATER Institute, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA, ; Buskey, E. J., University of Texas at Austin, Marine Science Institute, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14352 | Poster ID 310

MICROFLUIDICS AND FORM AND FUNCTION IN CYCLOPOID COPEPODS

Chang, W. J., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , USA, wjchang@uwm.edu; Najera, M. A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , USA, manjera@uwm.edu; Nam, Y. G., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , USA, ynam@uwm.edu; Van Eerden, J., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , USA, vaneerd6@uwm.edu; Strickler, J. R., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee , USA, jrs@UWM.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15183 | Poster ID 321

EXPLORING A NEW APPROACH TO MICRO-SCALE PARTICLE IMAGE VELOCIMETRY (PIV) FOR QUANTIFYING FLOW AROUND FREE-SWIMMING MICROZOOPLANKTON.

Gemmell, B. J., Marine Science Institute, University of Texas at Austin, USA, brad.gemmell@utexas.edu; Jiang, H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hsjiang@whoi.edu; Buskey, E. J., Marine Science Institute, University of Texas at Austin, USA, ed.buskey@utexas.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15219 | Poster ID 322

COMPARISON OF TWO SEPARATION METHODS FOR BIOLOGICAL PARTICLES: FIELD-FLOW FRACTIONATION (FFF) AND SUCROSE DENSITY GRADIENTS

Garrison, C. E., Old Dominion University, USA, cgarr017@gmail.com; Bochdansky, A. B., Old Dominion University, USA, abochdan@odu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15829 | Poster ID 323

MICRO-SCALE OBSERVATIONS OF CORAL REEF PROCESSES USING A NOVEL IN SITU MICROSCOPE

Mullen, A. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, a1mullen@ucsd.edu; Treibitz, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Israel, tali1311@gmail.com; Jaffe, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jjaffe@ucsd.edu; Roberts, P. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, paulr@mpl.ucsd.edu; Laxton, B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, blaxton@mpl.ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16163 | Poster ID 324

SUB-MILLIMETER SCALE PHENONEMA NEAR THE VIBRATING MOUTHPARTS OF CALANOID COPEPODS

Strickler, J. R., Univ Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, jrs@uwm.edu; Hinow, P., Univ Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, hinow@uwm.edu; Jiang, H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hsjiang@whoi.edu; Motschman, J., Univ Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, motschm2@uwm.edu; Alcaraz, M., Institut de Ciències del Mar, Spain, miquel@icm.csic.es;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16368 | Poster ID 326

PARTICLE SURFACE FUNCTIONALIZATION INFLUENCES UPTAKE, RETENTION AND INTERNALIZATION OF QUANTUM DOTS IN DAPHNIA.

Griffitt, R. J., University of Southern Mississippi, Dept. of Coastal Sciences, USA, joe.griffitt@usm.edu; Feswick, A., Canadian Rivers Institute, University of New Brunswick, Canada, ; Siebein, K., Major Analytical Instrumentation Center, University of Florida, USA, ; Barber, D. S., Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology, University of Florida, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16571 | Poster ID 393

VISUALIZATION TOOLS FOR MICROSCALE DISTRIBUTION OF PELAGIC PARTICLES: DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHIC MICROSCOPY AND PARTICLE PROFILING

Bochdansky, A. B., Old Dominion University, USA, abochdan@odu.edu; Clouse, M. A., Old Dominion University, USA, mclouse@odu.edu; Herndl, G. J., University of Vienna / Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research, Austria, gerhard.herndl@univie.ac.at;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17004 | Poster ID 394

UNCOVERING THE MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS OF ORGANISMS WITH NANOMATERIALS USING GENOMIC APPROACHES

Klaper, R., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, rklaper@uwm.edu; Bozich, D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, jsbozich@uwm.edu; Dominguez, G., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, domingug@uwm.edu; Murphy, C. J., University of Illinois, USA, murphycj@illinois.edu; Hamers, R. J., University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, rjhamers@wisc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17991 | Poster ID 396

LIFE UNDER FLOW: MICROFLUIDICS FOR OBSERVING BACTERIAL ATTACHMENT CONTROLLED BY SURFACE ENERGY AND SHEAR STRESS

Salta, M., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, M.Salta@soton.ac.uk; Carugo, D., University of Southampton, , D.Carugo@soton.ac.uk; Capretto, L., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, lorenzoncapretto@gmail.com; Wharton, J. A., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, J.A.Wharton@soton.ac.uk;

123 - The molecular chemistry and microbial biology of marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) composition and cycling

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13377 | Poster ID 281

COMPOUND SPECIFIC RADIOCARBON ANALYSIS OF BLACK CARBON ISOLATED IN MARINE DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON USING SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION

Coppola, A. I., University of California, Irvine, USA, acoppola@uci.edu; Walker, B. D., University of California, Irvine, USA, brett.walker@uci.edu; Druffel, E. R., University of California Irvine, , edruffel@uci.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14109 | Poster ID 282

INTERACTION OF TERRIGENOUS DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER WITH DIFFERENT MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE BALITC SEA SALINITY GRADIENT: AN INCUBATION EXPERIMENT

Manecki, M., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW) / University of Oldenburg (ICBM), Germany, marcus.manecki@io-warnemuende.de; Herlemann, D., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW), Germany, daniel.herlemann@io-warnemuende.de; Jürgens, K., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW), Germany, klaus.juergens@io-warnemuende.de; Dittmar, T., University of Oldenburg, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Germany, thorsten.dittmar@uni-oldenburg.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14121 | Poster ID 283

THE SOURCES OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON IN COASTAL WATERS REVEALED BY CDOM AND 13C SIGNATURES

Lee, S., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, sina87@snu.ac.kr; Kim, T., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, esutaiki@snu.ac.kr; Kim, G., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, gkim@snu.ac.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14209 | Poster ID 285

DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER FLUORESCENCE IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA IN WINTER

Zhao, W., Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Acadey of Sciences, China, whzhao@qdio.ac.cn; Zhou, N., Institute of Oceanology,Chinese Acadey of Sciences, China, ; Miao, H., Institute of Oceanology,Chinese Acadey of Sciences, China, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14264 | Poster ID 286

MOLECULAR INSIGHTS INTO DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER CYCLING IN THE BLACK SEA

Niggemann, J., University of Oldenburg, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Germany, jutta.niggemann@uni-oldenburg.de; Boetius, A., Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany, aboetius@mpi-bremen.de; Lichtschlag, A., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany, ; Dittmar, T., University of Oldenburg, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Germany, thorsten.dittmar@uni-oldenburg.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14346 | Poster ID 287

FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITY OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER

Romera-Castillo, C., Florida International University, USA, cromerac@fiu.edu; Jaffé, R., Florida International University, USA, jaffer@fiu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14367 | Poster ID 288

ANALYSIS OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON OUTWELLING FROM CREEK BANK SEEPAGE AND RIVULETS WITHIN A NEW ENGLAND SALT MARSH

Peri, F., University of Massachusetts Boston / School for the Environment, USA, ; Shiebel, H. N., University of Massachusetts Boston / School for the Environment, USA, hayleyschiebel@gmail.com; Chen, R. F., University of Massachusetts Boston / School for the Environment, USA, bob.chen@umb.edu; Gardner, G. B., University of Massachusetts Boston / School for the Environment, , bernie.gardner@umb.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14501 | Poster ID 289

SITE- AND DEPTH-RELATED CONTRASTS IN ENZYMATIC CAPABILITIES OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES: EXPLORING LINKS BETWEEN MICROBIAL COMMUNITY FUNCTION AND COMPOSITION

Arnosti, C., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA, arnosti@email.unc.edu; D'Ambrosio, L., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA, lindsaydambrosio@gmail.com; Steen, A. D., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA, asteen1@utk.edu; Teske, A., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA, teske@email.unc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14545 | Poster ID 290

SOURCES, TRANSPORT AND FATE OF DOC IN A SHALLOW BAY

Gardner, B., University Massachusetts Boston, USA, bernie.gardner@umb.edu; Chen, R. F., University Massachusetts Boston, USA, bob.chen@umb.edu; Peri, F., University Massachusetts Boston, USA, francesco.peri@umb.edu; Scheibel, H., University Massachusetts Boston, USA, hayleyschiebel@gmail.com; Wang, X., University Massachusetts Boston, USA, xuchen.wang@umb.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/sources-transport-and-fate-of-doc-in-a-shallow-bay.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14704 | Poster ID 291

CHARACTERIZATION OF FLUORESCENT DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER COMPOSITION IN THE DEEP BALTIC SEA WATERS FROM FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY AND PARALLEL FACTOR ANALYSIS.

Kowalczuk, P., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, piotr@iopan.gda.pl; Zablocka, M., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, monika_z@iopan.gda.pl; Sagan, S., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, sagan@iopan.gda.pl;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14793 | Poster ID 292

THE SIZE-REACTIVITY CONTINUUM OF MAJOR BIOELEMENTS IN THE OCEAN

Benner, R., University of South Carolina, USA, benner@mailbox.sc.edu; Amon, R., Texas A&M Galveston, USA, amonr@tamug.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14931 | Poster ID 293

PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIVITY OF THE OCEANIC REFRACTORY ORGANIC CARBON POOL: INSIGHTS FROM THE GULF OF ALASKA

Miller, W. L., University of Georgia, USA, bmiller@uga.edu; Powers, L. C., University of Georgia, USA, leanne.powers@gmail.com; Cao, F., University of Georgia, USA, fcao@uga.edu; Babcock-Adams, L., University of Georgia, USA, lcba92@uga.edu; Enright, J., Colby College, USA, jenright@colby.edu;

ePoster Link: http://dorc.uga.edu

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14971 | Poster ID 294

ISOLATION, GROWTH, AND GENOMICS OF METHYLOTROPHIC BACTERIA ON MARINE HIGH-MOLECULAR WEIGHT DOM

Gifford, S. M., MIT, USA, sgifford@mit.edu; Sosa, O., MIT, USA, ososa@mit.edu; Repeta, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, drepeta@whoi.edu; DeLong, E. F., MIT, USA, delong@mit.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15210 | Poster ID 295

DECLINING OXYGEN TRENDS IN SAN PEDRO BASIN AS A POTENTIAL SIGN OF CHANGES IN PRODUCTIVITY AND CARBON AVAILABILITY—EXPLORED VIA OXYGEN CONSUMPTION MEASUREMENTS

Fleming, J. C., University of Southern California, USA, jcflemin@usc.edu; Tems, C., University of Southern California, USA, tems@usc.edu; Haskell, W. Z., University of Southern California, USA, wzhaskell@gmail.com; Berelson, W. M., University of Southern California, USA, berelson@usc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15380 | Poster ID 296

HIGH RESOLUTION MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF PHOTOCHEMICAL AND MICROBIAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF DOM IN TEMPERATE STREAMS OF DIFFERENT LAND USE

Li, X. P., University of Alabama, USA, ; Lu, Y. H., University of Alabama, USA, yuehan.lu@ua.edu; Mesfioui, R., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Hatcher, P., Old Dominion University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15395 | Poster ID 351

PHOTORESPIRATION AND LMW ORGANIC ACID CYCLING AT STATION ALOHA

Casey, J. R., University of Hawaii, USA, jrcasey@hawaii.edu; Bidigare, R. R., University of Hawaii, USA, bidigare@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15525 | Poster ID 352

DISSOLVED ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS CHARACTERIZATION ACROSS A RIVERINE/OCEANIC INTERFACE ISOLATED USING ELECTRODIALYSIS AND REVERSE OSMOSIS

Bell, D. W., University of South Carolina, USA, belldw@email.sc.edu; Benitez-Nelson, C. R., University of South Carolina, USA, cbnelson@geol.sc.edu; Ingall, E. D., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, ellery.ingall@eas.gatech.edu; Longo, A., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, alongo3@gatech.edu; Chambers, L. R., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, lchambers6@gatech.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15586 | Poster ID 353

COMPETITION BETWEEN PHOTOCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEGRADATION OF AUTOCHTHONOUS DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER RELEASED BY THE CYANOBACTERIA <EM>MICROCYSTIS AERUGINOSA</em>

Bittar, T. B., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography - University of Georgia, USA, tbittar@uga.edu; Henriques Vieira, A. A., Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil, ahvieira@ufscar.br; Chen, H., Old Dominion University, USA, HXChen@odu.edu; Stubbins, A., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography - University of Georgia, USA, aron.stubbins@skio.uga.edu; Mopper, K., Old Dominion University, USA, kmopper@odu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15660 | Poster ID 354

PHOTOREACTIVITY OF BACTERIA-DERIVED FLUORESCENT DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER

Arai, K., University of Tsukuba, Graduate school of Life and Environmental Sciences, Japan, s1221150@u.tsukuba.ac.jp; Shimotori, K., Natural Institute for Environmental Studies , Japan, ; Hama, T., University of Tsukuba, Graduate school of Life and Environmental Sciences, Japan, thama@biol.tsukuba.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15666 | Poster ID 355

SOURCES AND DISTRIBUTION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON (DOC) IN THE YELLOW RIVER AND CHANGJIANG ESTUARIES AND COASTAL WATERS OF THE EAST AND SOUTH CHINA SEAS

Wang, X., Ocean University of China, China, xuchenwang@ouc.edu.cn; Ma, H., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, China, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15774 | Poster ID 356

MOLECULAR STABILITY OF MARINE DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER DURING 20,000 YEARS OF NATURAL INCUBATION

Dittmar, T., University of Oldenburg, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Germany, thorsten.dittmar@uni-oldenburg.de; Jaekel, U., Harvard University, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB), USA, ulrikejaekel@fas.harvard.edu; Shah, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sshah@whoi.edu; Girguis, P. R., Harvard University, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB), USA, pgirguis@oeb.harvard.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15821 | Poster ID 357

DETERMINATION OF SEASONAL DYNAMIC IN SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF COLLOIDAL ORGANIC MATTER BY HP-SEC CHROMATOGRAPHY AND 1H NMR SPECTROSCOPY

Klun, K., National Institute of Biology, Marine Biology Station, Slovenia, katja.klun@mbss.org; Šket , P., National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia, primoz.sket@ki.si; Falnoga , I., ‘Jožef Stefan’ Institute, Department of Environmental Sciences, Slovenia, ingrid.falnoga@ijs.si; Faganeli , J., National Institute of Biology, Marine Biology Station, Slovenia, jadran.faganeli@mbss.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16016 | Poster ID 358

ARCTIC RIVERS CONNECT CHARRED CARBON STORES ON LAND AND AT SEA

Stubbins, A., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, aron.stubbins@skio.uga.edu; Spencer, R. G., Woods Hole Research Center, USA, ; Mann, P. J., Woods Hole Research Center, USA, ; Niggemann, J., Max Planck Research Group for Marine Geochemistry, USA, ; Dittmar, T., Max Planck Research Group for Marine Geochemistry, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16106 | Poster ID 359

DETERMINING THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF PHOTOCHEMICALLY ALTERED DISSOLVED ORGANIC NITROGEN

FUNKEY, C., Lund University, Sweden, carolina.funkey@geol.lu.se ; Reader, H., Lund University, Sweden, heather.reader@biol.lu.se ; Conley, D., Lund University , Sweden, daniel.conley@geol.lu.se;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16245 | Poster ID 360

SPECTRAL AND CHROMATOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ACYLATED POLYSACCHARIDE (APS) IN HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT MARINE DOM.

Repeta, D. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, drepeta@whoi.edu; Panagiotopoulos, C., Aix-Marseille Université · Institut Méditerranéen d'Océanographie, France, christos.panagiotopoulos@univ-amu.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16290 | Poster ID 361

DISTRIBUTIONS OF DISSOLVED LIGNIN IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC: IMPLICATION FOR TRANSPORTATION OF TERRIGENOUS DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER ACCOMPANIED WITH IRON

OGAWA, H., The University of Tokyo, Japan, hogawa@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Lu, C., The Univeristy of Tokyo, , ; NISHIOKA, J., Hokkaido U., Japan, ; YAMASHITA, Y., Hokkaido U., Japan, ; BENNER, R., South Carorina U., USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16301 | Poster ID 362

TIME-SERIES ANALYSES OF ULTRA-HIGH RESOLUTION MASS SPECTROMETRY DATA ALLOW NEW INSIGHTS INTO DOM CYCLING

Röder, H., University of Oldenburg, ICBM, Theoretical Physics/Complex Systems, Germany, heidelinde.roeder@uni-oldenburg.de; Niggemann, J., University of Oldenburg, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Germany, jutta.niggemann@uni-oldenburg.de; Dittmar, T., University of Oldenburg, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Germany, thorsten.dittmar@uni-oldenburg.de; Feudel, U., University of Oldenburg, ICBM, Theoretical Physics/Complex Systems, Germany, ulrike.feudel@uni-oldenburg.de; Freund, J., University of Oldenburg, ICBM, Theoretical Physics/Complex Systems, Germany, jan.freund@uni-oldenburg.de;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16314 | Poster ID 363

OPTICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF DEEP OCEAN REFRACTORY CARBON IN THE GULF OF ALASKA

Cao, F., University of Georgia, USA, fcao@uga.edu; Zhu, Y., State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, USA, yzhu@syr.edu; Kieber, D., State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, USA, djkieber@esf.edu; Miller, W., University of Georgia, USA, bmiller@uga.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16542 | Poster ID 364

UNTARGETED AND TARGETED METABOLOMICS METHODS FOR MARINE MICROORGANISMS

Kido Soule, M. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, msoule@whoi.edu; Longnecker, K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, klongnecker@whoi.edu; Kujawinski, E. B., Woods Hole Oceangraphic Institution, USA, ekujawinski@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16545 | Poster ID 365

TRANSFORMATION OF DOC IN THE COLORADO RIVER: IMPLICATIONS FOR EXPORT OF LABILE CARBON FROM RIVERS

Hartnett, H. E., Arizonat State Unviersity, USA, h.hartnett@asu.edu; Smith, Z. P., Arizona State University, USA, ; Bowman, M. M., Arizona State University, USA, ; Raleigh, M., Arizona State University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16580 | Poster ID 366

A COMPREHENSIVE GC × GC ANALYSIS OF CHEMICALLY REDUCED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER

Arakawa, N. K., UCSD-Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, narakawa@ucsd.edu; Aluwihare, L. I., UCSD-Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, narakawa@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16671 | Poster ID 367

CARBON MONOXIDE PHOTOPRODUCTION FROM PARTICULATE AND DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN ICE ALGAL CULTURES

Song, G., Institut des Sciences de la Mer, Université du Québec à Rimouski, Canada, sgsheng0301@gmail.com; Xie, H., Institut des Sciences de la Mer, Université du Québec à Rimouski, Canada, Huixiang_Xie@uqar.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16686 | Poster ID 419

LABILE ORGANIC CARBON IN RIVER RUNOFF: THE IMPORTANCE OF CARBON SOURCES AND WATER RESIDENCE TIMES

Alves Soares, A. R., Lund University, Sweden, ana.soares@nateko.lu.se; Kritzberg, E. S., Lund University, Sweden, Emma.Kritzberg@biol.lu.se; Persson , A., Lund University, Sweden, andreas.persson@nateko.lu.se; Berggren , M., Lund Univeristy, Sweden, martin.berggren@nateko.lu.se;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16915 | Poster ID 420

A TALE OF FIRE AND WATER: FATE OF DISSOLVED LOW TEMPERATURE PYC IN SUB-TROPICAL TO BOREAL AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS

Louchouarn, P., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, loup@tamug.edu; Myers-Pigg, A. N., Texas A&M University, USA, anmp@tamu.edu; Amon, R. M., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, amonr@tamug.edu; Prokushkin, A., V N Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS, Russian Federation, prokushkin@ksc.krasn.ru; Teisserenc, R., Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France, roman.teisserenc@ensat.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17140 | Poster ID 421

DISSOLVED AND SUSPENDED PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON DYNAMICS IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM

Stephens, B. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, bmstephe@ucsd.edu; Aluwihare, L. I., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, laluwihare@ucsd.edu; Porrachia, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mporrachia@ucsd.edu; Goericke, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rgoericke@ucsd.edu; Dovel, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sdovel@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17540 | Poster ID 422

PROBING THE NATURE OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS (DOP) IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS: DOP MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION AND BIOAVAILABILITY

Hull, D. K., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, dhull@hawaii.edu; Ruttenberg, K. C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, kcr@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17675 | Poster ID 423

ENANTIOMER-SPECIFIC (D/L) NITROGEN ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF AMINO ACIDS IN HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN SEAWATER

Yamaguchi, Y. T., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, y.t.yamaguchi@gmail.com; McCarthy, M. D., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, mccarthy@pmc.ucsc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17827 | Poster ID 424

DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER PRODUCTION DURING TWO CONTRASTING UPWELLING EVENTS IN THE SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL

Windecker, L. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, windecker@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Brzezinski, M. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, brzezins@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Wear, E. K., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, emma.wear@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Carlson, C. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, carlson@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Jones, J. L., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, janice.jones@lifesci.ucsb.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17853 | Poster ID 425

MOLECULAR SIGNATURES OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER PRODUCTION BY VIRAL LYSIS

Ma, X., University of Chicago, USA, xfma@uchicago.edu; Coleman, M. L., University of Chicago, USA, mlcoleman@uchicago.edu; Waldbauer, J. R., University of Chicago, USA, jwal@uchicago.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18044 | Poster ID 426

EXCITATION EMISSION MATRIX FLUORESCENCE AND PARALLEL FACTOR ANALYSIS OF MARINE SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTED DOM

Pittelli, S. L., Rensselaer Poly Institute, USA, pittes@rpi.edu; Gonsior, M., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, USA, gonsior@umces.edu; Koch, B., Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany, Boris.Koch@awi.de; Schmitt-Kopplin, P., Helmoltz Zentrum For Environmental Health, Munich, Germany, schmitt-kopplin@helmholtz-muenchen.de;

154 - Fine-grained sedimentation in the ocean: processes & products

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13047 | Poster ID 566

CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYSICAL PROPERTY AND MICRO-STRUCTURES OF GASSY SEDIMENTS IN THE INNER SHELF OF SE KOREA

Kim, G., Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM), Republic Of Korea, gykim@kigam.re.kr; Narantsetseg, B., Yonsei University, Mongolia, ; Chun, J., Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM), Republic Of Korea, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13062 | Poster ID 567

QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF CARBONATE DIAGENESIS OF MARINE SEDIMENTS

Fukue, M., Tokai University, Japan, fukue@scc.u-tokai.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13446 | Poster ID 568

MESOSCALE EDDIES-INDUCED DEEP-WATER SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

Wang, W., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, China, wwg-abner@163.com; Zhang, Y., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji Universiy, China, ywzhang@tongji.edu.cn; Liu, Z., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, China, lzhifei@tongji.edu.cn; Zhao, Y., State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, , yeoloon@tongji.edu.cn; Xu, J., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, jpx@usgs.gov;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13511 | Poster ID 569

CONTOURITE DEPOSITIONAL SYSTEMS IN THE NORTHERN ARGENTINE BASIN

Borisov, D. G., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russian Federation, dborisov@ocean.ru; Murdmaa, I. O., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russian Federation, murdmaa@mail.ru; Ivanova, E. V., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russian Federation, e_v_ivanova@ocean.ru; Levchenko, O. V., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russian Federation, olevses@gmail.com; Yutsis, V. V., Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, vyutsis@hotmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14163 | Poster ID 570

EVALUATION OF LASER DIFFRACTION SIZE ANALYZER FOR FINE-GRAINED SEDIMENT

Choi, J. Y., Kunsan National University, Republic Of Korea, jinyong@kunsan.ac.kr; Choi, T. J., Kunsan National University, Republic Of Korea, tjchoi@kunsan.ac.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14339 | Poster ID 571

ORIGIN OF CHALK DEPOSIT IN THE DANISH BASIN: LATE CRETACEOUS FROM THE STEVNS-2 CORE.

Boussaha, M., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, myriam.boussaha@geo.ku.dk; Thibault, N. R., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, nt@geo.ku.dk; Stemmerik, L., Natural History Museum of Denmark, Denmark, lars.stemmerik@snm.ku.dk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14372 | Poster ID 572

THE CONSEQUENCES OF NILE RIVER DAMMING ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF FINE SEDIMENTS ON THE ISRAELI SHELF, PART OF THE NILE LITTORAL CELL

Almogi-Labin, A., Geological Survey of Israel, Israel, almogi@gsi.gov.il; Elyashiv, H., Geological Survey of Israel, Israel, hadare@gsi.gov.il; Calvo, R., Geological Survey of Israel, Israel, rani.calvo@gsi.gov.il; Sandler, A., Geological Survey of Israel, Israel, sandler@gsi.gov.il; Herut, B., Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research, Israel, barak@ocean.org.il;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14436 | Poster ID 573

FIRST IN SITU MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL DIFFUSIVITY FOR MARINE SEDIMENTS AT THE UPSLOPE EDGE OF GAS HYDRATE STABILITY

Homola, K. L., University of Rhode Island, GSO, USA, khomola@uw.edu; Hearn, C. K., University of Rhode Island, GSO, USA, caseyhearn@my.uri.edu; Johnson, H. P., University of Washington, USA, johnson@ocean.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15161 | Poster ID 574

SYSTEMATICS AND RECOGNITION OF SUBTLE VARIATIONS IN DEPOSITIONAL PROFILES OF FINE-GRAINED CORE-BASED STUDIES APPLIED TO UNCONVENTIONAL HYDROCARBON RESOURCES

Gomis-Cartesio, L. E., Repsol Exploración SA, Madrid and University of Manchester, UK, Spain, luzgomis@yahoo.com; McDougall, N. D., Repsol Exploración SA, Madrid., Spain, neilmcdougall@repsol.com; Gerard, J., Repsol Exploración SA, Madrid., Spain, jgerard@repsol.com; Poyatos-Moré, M., Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain and University of Manchester, UK, Spain, miquel.poyatos@gmail.com; Abdallah, H., Repsol Exploración SA, Madrid, Spain, habdallah@repsol.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/systematics-and-recognition-of-subtle-variations-in-depositional-profiles-of-fine-grained-core

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15281 | Poster ID 575

FLUVIAL, OCEANOGRAPHIC, AND EUSTATIC CONTROLS ON SEDIMENT PROVENANCE AND DELIVERY IN THE PANDORA TROUGH, GULF OF PAPUA

Howell, A. L., Louisiana State University, Geology and Geophysics, USA, ashleyhowell77@gmail.com; Bentley, S. J., Louisiana State University, Coastal Studies Inst., USA, sjb@lsu.edu; Xu, K., Louisiana State University, Coastal Studies Inst., USA, kxu@lsu.edu; Ferrell, R. E., Louisiana State Univ, Geology and Geophysics, USA, rferrell@lsu.edu; Septama, E., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, septama@gmail.com;

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

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15337 | Poster ID 576

EROSION IN TOARCIAN SHALES AND ITS EFFECT ON PRESERVED GEOCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SIGNALS

Trabucho-Alexandre, J., University of Durham, United Kingdom, joao.trabucho@durham.ac.uk; Gröcke, D. R., University of Durham, United Kingdom, d.r.grocke@durham.ac.uk; Mattioli, E., Université Lyon 1, France, emanuela.mattioli@univ-lyon1.fr; Armstrong, H. A., University of Durham, United Kingdom, h.a.armstrong@durham.ac.uk; Herringshaw, L. G., University of Durham, United Kingdom, l.g.herringshaw@durham.ac.uk;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16195 | Poster ID 577

MILLIMETER TO METER-SCALE EROSIONAL FEATURES IN THE LATE DEVONIAN CHATTANOOGA SHALE – DISTAL BUT WITH MANY GAPS

Schieber, J., Indiana University, USA, jschiebe@indiana.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16344 | Poster ID 578

EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM CONSOLIDATION AND VARIABLE CLAY AND ORGANIC MATTER CONTENT ON THE ERODIBILITY OF CRETACEOUS CHALK OOZE

Buls, T., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, toms.buls@geo.ku.dk; Anderskouv, K., University of Copenhagen, Denmark, ka@geo.ku.dk; Thompson, C. E., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, celt1@noc.soton.ac.uk; Stemmerik, L., Natural History Museum of Denmark, Denmark, Lars.Stemmerik@snm.ku.dk; Friend, P. L., Maersk Oil Houston, USA, patrick.friend@maerskoil.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17168 | Poster ID 579

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SHELF-BREAK GEOMORPHOLOGY, SEDIMENT ACCUMULATION AND CIRCULATION, NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO

Locker, S., University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, USA, stan@mail.usf.edu; Wienders, N., Florida State University, Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science, USA, wienders@fsu.edu; MacDonald, I., Florida State University, Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science, USA, imacdonald@fsu.edu; Speer, K., Florida State University, Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science, USA, kspeer@fsu.edu; Hamilton, P., Science Applications International Corporation, USA, peter.hamilton@saic.com;

159 - CLIVAR: Ocean and Atmosphere Variability, Predictability and Change

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15324 | Poster ID 2456

IMPROVEMENT OF INITIALIZED DECADAL PREDICTIONS OVER THE NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN BY SYSTEMATIC ANOMALY ERROR CORRECTION

Kim, H., Stony Brook Univ., USA, hyemi.kim@stonybrook.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15415 | Poster ID 2545

A PARTIAL LEAST SQUARES REGRESSION APPROACH FOR ATMOSPHERE AND OCEAN PREDICTIONS AND DIAGNOSTICS

Johnson, N. C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, natj@hawaii.edu; L'Heureux, M. L., NOAA/NCEP Climate Prediction Center, USA, michelle.lheureux@noaa.gov; Xie, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, sxie@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15703 | Poster ID 2546

INTRODUCTION TO THE IEODO OCEAN RESEARCH STATION

Jin-Yong, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jyjeong@kiost.ac; Jae Hoon, N., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jhnoh@kiost.ac; Hak-Yeol, Y., Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration, Republic Of Korea, peterhak@korea.kr; Inki, M., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ikmin@kiost.ac; Jae-Seol, S., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jsshim@kiost.ac;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16025 | Poster ID 2547

MARINE OR CONTINENTAL? THE AEROSOL OPTICAL PROPERTIES IN RELATION TO INFLOWING AIR MASSES

Zdun, A., IO PAS, Poland, zdun@iopan.gda.pl; Rozwadowska, A., IO PAS, Poland, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16135 | Poster ID 2548

IMPACTS AND MECHANISMS OF THE MJO AND THE BOREAL SUMMER INTRASEASONAL OSCILLATION ON RAINFALL VARIABILITY OVER THE INDOCHINA PENINSULAR

Singhruck, P., Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, patama.s@chula.ac.th; Laohalertchai , C., Thai Meteorological Department, Thailand, ; Sitthichivapak, K., Thai Meteorological Department, Thailand, ; Yavinchan, S., Thai Meteorological Department, Thailand, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16241 | Poster ID 2549

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF KIOST CLIMATE REANALYSIS

Kim, Y. H., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, yhkim@kiost.ac; Hwang, C., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, youtha@kiost.ac; Kim, W. M., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, onemore@kiost.ac;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16537 | Poster ID 2550

FUTURE VARIATIONS IN COOL SEASON PRECIPITATION ASSOCIATED WITH COASTAL CYCLONES OVER THE WESTERN ATLANTIC STORM TRACK

Lombardo, K., University of Connecticut, USA, kelly.lombardo@uconn.edu; Colle, B. A., Stony Brook University, USA, ; Zhang, Z., Stony Brook University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16636 | Poster ID 2551

THE RELATION BETWEEN THE ATLANTIC MULTIDECADAL OSCILLATION AND OVERTURNING CIRCULATION: OPTIMAL DIAGNOSIS AND MODEL COMPARISON

Trenary, L. L., George Mason University and Center of Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies, USA, ltrenary@cola.iges.org; DelSole, T., George Mason University and Center of Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies, USA, delsole@cola.iges.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16672 | Poster ID 2641

MULTILEVEL AUTOREGRESSIVE PREDICTION OF SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN THE NORTH TROPICAL ATLANTIC AND CARIBBEAN SEA

Lee, D. E., LDEO-Columbia University, USA, dlee.donna@gmail.com; Henderson, N., LDEO-Columbia University, USA, ; Chapman, D., LDEO-Columbia University, USA, chapman@ldeo.columbia.edu; Chen, C., LDEO-Columbia University, USA, cchen@columbia.edu; Cane, M., LDEO-Columbia University, USA, mcane@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16784 | Poster ID 2642

RAPID EXTRACTION OF DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON FROM SEAWATER AND GROUNDWATER SAMPLES FOR RADIOCARBON DATING

Gospodinova, K. D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kgospodinova@whoi.edu; McNichol, A. P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, amcnichol@whoi.edu; Gagnon, A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, agagnon@whoi.edu; Burton, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jburton@whoi.edu; Shah, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sshah@whoi.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16823 | Poster ID 2643

ANNUAL HEAT AND FRESHWATER FLUX ESTIMATES ON A GLOBAL SCALE FROM ARGO

Giglio, D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, dgiglio@ucsd.edu; Roemmich, D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, droemmich@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17174 | Poster ID 2645

A HIGH RESOLUTION SPELEOTHEM RECORD FROM NORTHEASTERN ANDES RECORDED ALL BOND EVENTS AND GIVE NEW LIGHTS ON THE MECHANISMS BEHIND ABRUPT CLIMATE CHANGES.

Bustamante, M. R., Instituto de Geociências (Universidade de São Paulo)Rua do Lago 562, São Paulo-SP, Brasil 05508-080, Brazil, mariabustamante1@gmail.com; Cruz, F. W., Instituto de Geociências (Universidade de São Paulo)Rua do Lago 562, São Paulo-SP, Brasil 05508-080, Brazil, cbill@usp.br; Sifeddine, A., LMI PALEOTRACES (Univ. Federal Fluminense, IRD, Univ. Antof). Departamento de Geoquimica. UFF, Brazil, abdel.sifeddine@ird.fr; Cheng, H., Institute of Global Environmental Change, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an 710049, China. , China, cheng021@umn.edu; Guyot, J. L., France GET, HYBAM (IRD-CNRS-UPS Toulouse), IRD, LIMA-Peru, , jean-loup.guyot@ird.fr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17347 | Poster ID 2646

THE ANNUAL CYCLE OF STERIC HEIGHT AND SEA SURFACE HEIGHT IN THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC

Gasparin, F., SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY, USA, fgasparin@ucsd.edu; Roemmich, D., SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY, , droemmich@ucsd.edu; Gilson, J., SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY, USA, jgilson@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17466 | Poster ID 2648

GO-SHIP: BUILDING A GLOBAL TIME SERIES OF A SUITE OF OCEAN PROPERTIES

Diggs, S. C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sdiggs@ucsd.edu; Sloyan, B., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, Bernadette.Sloyan@csiro.au; Sabine, C., Bernadette.Sloyan@csiro.au, USA, chris.sabine@noaa.gov; Swift, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jswift@ucsd.edu; Kramp, M., JCOMMOPS, France, mkramp@jcommops.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.go-ship.org

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17544 | Poster ID 2737

END-TO-END HYDROGRAPHIC DATA MANAGEMENT: THE CLIVAR AND CARBON HYDROGRAPHIC DATA OFFICE

Berys-Gonzalez, C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, cberysgonzalez@ucsd.edu; Diggs, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sdiggs@ucsd.edu; Swift, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jswift@ucsd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://cchdo.ucsd.edu/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17826 | Poster ID 2738

REACCESSING ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN COUPLING FOR DECADAL VARIABILITY IN KUROSHIO EXTENSION REGION

YOON, J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, yoonjh@hawaii.edu; JIN , F., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jff@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17896 | Poster ID 2739

NATURAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND AIR-SEA HEAT EXCHANGE INFLUENCES ON THE ATMOSPHERIC POTENTIAL OXYGEN

Eddebbar, Y. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, yeddebar@ucsd.edu; Long, M. C., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, mclong@ucar.edu; Keeling, R. F., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rkeeling@ucsd.edu; Manizza, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mmanizza@ucsd.edu;

160 - Ocean Pollution: The Gulf of Mexico as a case study

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13230 | Poster ID 1741

TRACING EXPOSURE OF BURROW-FORMING FISHES TO OIL CONTAMINATION FOLLOWING THE DEEPWATER HORIZON BLOWOUT

Snyder, S. M., University of South Florida College of Marine Science, USA, ssnyder4@mail.usf.edu; Pulster, E., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, epulster@mote.org; Wetzel, D., Mote Marine Laboratory, USA, dana@mote.org; Romero, I. C., University of South Florida College of Marine Science, USA, isabelromero@mail.usf.edu; Murawski, S., University of South Florida College of Marine Science, USA, smurawski@usf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13525 | Poster ID 1742

BIOREMEDIATION EFFECT ON MARINE SURFACE FLOATING CRUDE OIL UNDER FIELD SIMULATED CONDITIONS

Bao, M. T., Ocean University of China, China, mtbao@ouc.edu.cn; Sun, P. Y., North China Sea Environmental Monitoring Center of State Oceanic Administration, China, sunpeiyan@bhfj.gov.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13847 | Poster ID 1743

CHARACTERIZATION AND DETECTION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBON IN GULF OF MEXICO WATERS

Loh, A. N., Florida Gulf Coast University, USA, anloh@fgcu.edu; Campbell, I., Florida Gulf Coast University, USA, ; Guyomarch, J., CEDRE, France, ; Le Floch, S., CEDRE, France, ; Rumbold, D., Florida Gulf Coast University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13986 | Poster ID 1744

ROLE OF UVR AND CHEMICAL DISPERSANT ON THE TOXICITY OF PETROLEUM TO COPEPODS

Baca, S. T., University of Texas at Austin, USA, st.bee55@gmail.com; Almeda, R., University of Texas at Austin, USA, ralmeda@utexas.edu; Buskey, E., University of Texas at Austin, USA, ed.buskey@utexas.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14113 | Poster ID 1745

CHARACTERIZATION OF INDIGENOUS MARINE BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH CRUDE OIL-POLLUTED SEA SEDIMENTS

Hu, X., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, CAS, China, xkhu@yic.ac.cn; Wang, H., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, CAS, China, hwang@yic.ac.cn; Lin, M., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, CAS, China, mlin@yic.ac.cn; Zhao, H., Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, CAS, China, hlzhao@yic.ac.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15070 | Poster ID 1746

CHARACTERIZING THE IMPACT AND RESPONSE OF DEEP SEA BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA TO THE DEEPWATER HORIZON EVENT IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO

Schwing, P. T., USF, College of Marine Science, USA, pschwing@mail.usf.edu; Romero, I. C., USF, College of Marine Science, USA, isabelromero@mail.usf.edu; Hastings, D. W., Eckerd College, USA, hastindw@eckerd.edu; Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu; Reilly, L. M., USF, Saint Petersburg, USA, lmreilly@mail.usf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15090 | Poster ID 1747

IMPACT OF CRUDE OIL AND DISPERSANT ON MICROZOOPLANKTON AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE STRUCTURE OF MICROBIAL PLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

ALMEDA, R., University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute, USA, ralmeda2010@live.com; Brown, C. B., University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute, USA, ; Jiqing , L., University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute, USA, ; Hyatt , C., University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute, , ; Buskey, E. J., University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15254 | Poster ID 1748

VARIABILITY IN THE RESIDENCE TIME OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

Maiti, K., Louisiana State University, USA, kmaiti@lsu.edu; Adhikari, P., Louisiana State University, USA, ; Overton, E., Louisiana State University, USA, ; Bosu, S., Louisiana State University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15429 | Poster ID 1749

SEASONAL CHANGES OF FRESHWATER SOURCES ON THE LOUISIANA SHELF AS EVIDENCED BY OXYGEN ISOTOPES

JOUNG, D., THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI/DEPARTMENT OF MARINE SCIENCE, USA, dongjoo.joung@eagles.usm.edu; GILBERT, M., THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI/DEPARTMENT OF MARINE SCIENCE, USA, melissa.gilbert@usm.edu; Pathare, M., THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI/DEPARTMENT OF MARINE SCIENCE, USA, Mrunmayee.Pathare@eagles.usm.edu ; SHILLER, A., THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI/DEPARTMENT OF MARINE SCIENCE, USA, alan.shiller@usm.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15493 | Poster ID 1750

TRACING THE INTRUSION OF FOSSIL CARBON INTO COASTAL LOUISIANA EPIBENTHIC MACROFAUNA USING NATURAL 14C AND 13C ABUNDANCES

Sarkodee-Adoo, J., Florida A&M University, USA, jsarkodeeadoo@gmail.com; Cherrier, J., Florida A&M University, USA, jennifer.cherrier@famu.edu; Bosman, S., Florida State University, USA, sbosman@fsu.edu; Mickle, A., Florida State University, USA, ale_mickle@hotmail.com; Chanton, J. P., Florida State University, , jchanton@fsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15579 | Poster ID 1751

PETROLEUM IN THE WATER COLUMN IN THE VICINITY OF THE DEEPWATER HORIZON SPILL AND HERCULES 252 GAS BLOWOUT

Wade, T. L., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M UniversityU, USA, terry@gerg.tamu.edu; Chapman, P., Department of Oceanography, Texas A&M University, USA, piers.chapman@tamu.edu; Sweet, S. T., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University, USA, sweet@gerg.tamu.edu; Shi, D., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University, USA, dshi@ocean.tamu.edu; Guinasso, N. L., Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, Texas A&M University, USA, norman@gerg.tamu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15630 | Poster ID 1752

EXAMINING THE DEGRADATION OF OIL BY FUNGI ISOLATED FROM OIL-SOAKED SAND PATTIES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

White, H. K., Haverford College, USA, hwhite@haverford.edu; Lyons, S. L., Haverford College, USA, slyons@haverford.edu; Reeve, J., Haverford College, USA, jreeve@haverford.edu; Simister, R. L., Haverford College, USA, rsimiste@haverford.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16320 | Poster ID 1753

ASSESSING THE EXPOSURE OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA TO PETROLEUM IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO BY STABLE ISOTOPIC ANALYSIS OF CARBONATE TESTS

Reilly, L. M., University of South Florida, USA, lmreilly@mail.usf.edu; Schwing, P. T., University of South Florida, USA, pschwing@mail.usf.edu; Goddard, E. A., University of South Florida, USA, egoddard@mail.usf.edu; Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu; Hollander, D. J., University of South Florida, USA, davidh@marine.usf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16336 | Poster ID 1754

HYDROCARBON DEPOSITON IN DEEP-SEDIMENTS FOLLOWING THE DEEPWATER HORIZON BLOWOUT: SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC GEOCHEMICAL SIGNATURES

Romero, I. C., University of South Florida, USA, isabelromero@mail.usf.edu; Toro-Farmer , G. A., University of South Florida, USA, torofarmer@mail.usf.edu; Larson, R. A., University of South Florida, USA, larsonra@eckerd.edu; Schwing, P., University of South Florida, USA, pschwing@mail.usf.edu; Hollander, D. J., University of South Florida, USA, davidh@usf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16358 | Poster ID 1831

PROJECTION OF THE DEEPWATER HORIZON SPILL IN DEEP SEDIMENTS AND THE WATER COLUMN IN THE GULF OF MEXICO USING CARBON ISOTOPES

Kolasinski, J., Tulane University, USA, jkolasin@tulane.edu; Matthew Pendergraft, A., Tulane University, USA, mpenderg@tulane.edu; Nathan Leone, J., Tulane University, USA, nleone1@tulane.edu; Tang, J., Tulane University, USA, jtang@tulane.edu; Brad Rosenheim, E., Tulane University, USA, brosenhe@tulane.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16615 | Poster ID 1832

THE NOAA NRDA GULF OF MEXICO OFFSHORE FISH AND NEKTON PROGRAM: RATIONALE, DESIGN AND SAMPLING/SENSING SYNOPSIS

Sutton, T. T., Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center, USA, tsutton1@nova.edu; Boswell, K. M., Florida International University, USA, kevin.boswell@fiu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16645 | Poster ID 1833

SYNERGY OF OIL, NUTRIENTS, AND PREDATION IN INFLUENCING PLANKTONIC PROCESSES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

D'souza, N. A., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, NY., USA, ndsouza@ldeo.columbia.edu; Juhl, A. R., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, NY., USA, andyjuhl@ldeo.columbia.edu; Ziervogel, K., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, ziervoge@email.unc.edu; Bullock, K. J., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, NY., USA, kjbullock87@gmail.com; Yan, B., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, NY., USA, yanbz@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16650 | Poster ID 1834

RATE AND TRAJECTORY OF EROSION ALONG THE LOUISIANA COAST AFTER THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL

McClenachan, G. M., Louisiana State University, USA, gmccle2@tigers.lsu.edu; Turner, R. E., Louisiana State University, USA, euturne@lsu.edu; Tweel, A. W., Louisiana State University, USA, atweel@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16764 | Poster ID 1835

LONG INTERNAL WAVES IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO: UNRAVELING COASTAL TRANSPORT MECHANISMS

Arnott, K. D., Texas A&M Corpus Christi, USA, kimberly.arnott@tamucc.edu; Bogucki, D., Texas A&M Corpus Christi, USA, darek.bugucki@tamucc.edu; Mitchell, C., Texas A&M Corpus Christi, USA, akishida.boom@gmail.com; Coelho, E., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, emanuel.coelho.ctr.PO@nrlssc.navy.mil; Ozgokmen, T., University of Miami, USA, tozgokmen@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16850 | Poster ID 1836

MONITORING VARIABILITY IN MESOZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS FROM 2008 TO 2009

Liu, H., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, liuh@tamug.edu; Zuo, T., Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences, China, zuotao@ysfri.ac.cn; Bi, R., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, birujia@hotmail.com; Booe, T., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, booe@tamug.edu; Quigg, A., Texas A&M University at Galveston, , USA, quigga@tamug.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16902 | Poster ID 1837

THE EFFECT OF CHEMICAL DISPERSANT ON THE BEHAVIOR OF CRUDE OIL PLUMES IN CROSSFLOW

Murphy, D. W., Johns Hopkins University, USA, dwmurphy@jhu.edu; Katz, J., Johns Hopkins University, USA, katz@jhu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16990 | Poster ID 1838

INITIAL DESCRIPTIONS OF MACROFAUNAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF THE DESOTO CANYON FOLLOWING THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL.

Shantharam, A. K., Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. , USA, akshan@ocean.fsu.edu; Baco, A. R., Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. , USA, ; Wei, C. L., Ocean Science Center, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's, NL, Canada, ; Rowe, G. T., Department of Marine Biology, Texas A&M University at Galveston, TX, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17051 | Poster ID 1839

FINGERPRINTING HYDROCARBONS IN GOM USING SENSITIVE HYDROCARBON SOURCE INDICATORS

Yan, B., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, yanbz@ldeo.columbia.edu; Pitiranggon, M., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, masha@ldeo.columbia.edu; D’Souza, N., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, ndsouza@ldeo.columbia.edu; Juhl, A., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, , andyjuhl@ldeo.columbia.edu; Subramaniam, A., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, ajit@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17160 | Poster ID 1840

THE INFLUENCE OF OIL AND GAS FROM SPILLS AND SEEPS ON PARTICLE AND ZOOPLANKTON BIOGEOCHEMISTRY IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

Weber, S. C., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, sweber6@gatech.edu; Garcia, B., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, bgarcia6@gatech.edu; Joye, S. B., University of Georgia, USA, mjoye@uga.edu; Subramaniam, A., LDEO, Columbia University, USA, ajit@ldeo.columbia.edu; Montoya, J. P., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, Montoya@gatech.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17602 | Poster ID 1841

EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF OIL EXPOSURE ON IMMUNE FUNCTION AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO PATHOGENIC BACTERIA OF GULF OF MEXICO FISHES

Bayha, K. M., University of Southern Mississippi/Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, USA, keith.bayha@usm.edu; Griffitt, R. J., University of Southern Mississippi/Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, USA, joe.griffitt@usm.edu; Takeshita, R., Stratus Consulting, USA, RTakeshita@stratusconsulting.com; Morris, J., Stratus Consulting, USA, JMorris@stratusconsulting.com; Lipton, J., Stratus Consulting, USA, Jlipton@stratusconsulting.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17718 | Poster ID 1842

POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBON BIOMARKERS IN GULF OF MEXICO SHARKS AND FISHES IN THE YEARS FOLLOWING THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL

Leary, A. E., University of North Florida, USA, arianne.leary@unf.edu; Gelsleichter, J., University of North Florida, USA, jim.gelsleichter@unf.edu; Grubbs, R. D., Florida State University, , dgrubbs@bio.fsu.edu;

166 - Aquatic biology

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12998 | Poster ID 3101

USING BEACH WRACK SAMPLING AND HYDRODYNAMIC MODELING FOR ASSESSING BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS IN THE COASTAL SEA MACROVEGETATION

Suursaar, U., University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute, Estonia, ulo.suursaar@ut.ee; Torn, K., University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute, Estonia, kaire.torn@ut.ee; Martin, G., University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute, Estonia, georg.martin@ut.ee; Kovtun-Kante, A., University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute, Estonia, ; Kullas, T., University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute, Estonia, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13165 | Poster ID 3102

CORAL-CONSUMING BUTTERFLYFISH (CHAETODON SPP.) AND THE ROLE OF CYTOCHROME P450 DETOXFICATION IN OF DIFFERING FEEDING STRATEGIES IN HAWAII

Maldonado, A., University of California, RIverside, USA, amald008@ucr.edu; Schlenk, D., University of California, Riverside, USA, daniel.schlenk@ucr.edu; Lavado, R., University of California, RIverside, USA, ramon.lavado@ucr.edu; Ostrander, G. K., Florida State University, USA, Gary@fsu.edu; Slattery, M., University of Mississippi , , slattery@olemiss.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13342 | Poster ID 3103

PREDICTIVE MODELING OF DISTRIBUTION OF CHAROPHYTES IN THE BRACKISH WATER NORTHERN BALTIC SEA

Herkül, K., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, kristjan.herkyl@sea.ee; Torn, K., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, kaire.torn@ut.ee; Suursaar, Ü., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, ulo.suursaar@ut.ee; Kovtun-Kante, A., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, anastasiia.kovtun@ut.ee;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13370 | Poster ID 3104

SEASONAL VARIATION IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC EFFICIENCY OF ALGAL SYMBIONTS IN AMPHISTEGINA GIBBOSA (FORAMINIFERA) IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

Mendez-Ferrer, N., University of South Florida, USA, nmendezf@mail.usf.edu; Hallock, P., University of South Florida, USA, pmuller@usf.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13389 | Poster ID 3105

ANALYSIS OF THE SMALL-SCALE GENETIC STRUCTURE OF THE CORAL PORITES LOBATA IN MAUNALUA BAY, HAWAII

Tisthammer, K. H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, kahot@hawaii.edu; Richmond, R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, richmond@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13582 | Poster ID 3106

COMPARISON OF TWO BONGO NET MESH-SIZE EFFECTS ON ABUNDANCE AND SIZE OF ENGRAULIDAE EGGS

Favero, J. M., Oceanographic Institute/ University of São Paulo, Brazil, janamdf@usp.br; Katsuragawa, M., Oceanographic Institute/ University of São Paulo, Brazil, mkatsura@usp.br; Zani-Teixeira, M. L., Oceanographic Institute/ University of São Paulo, Brazil, zanit@usp.br; Turner, J. T., University of Massachussetts Dartmouth, USA, jturner@umassd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13691 | Poster ID 3107

ARE THE HAWAIIAN OPAE-ULA SHRIMP HALOCARIDINA RUBRA AND H. PALAHEMO SIMPLY DIFFERENT MORPHOTYPES OF THE SAME SPECIES?

Noel, H. R., Walla Walla University, USA, heathernoel85@hotmail.com; Cowles, D. L., Walla Walla University, USA, david.cowles@wallawalla.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14083 | Poster ID 3108

RECENT HEARING RESEARCHES ON THE INDO-PACIFIC HUMPBACK DOLPHIN (SOUSA CHINENSIS)

Li, S., Sanya Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, lish@sidsse.ac.cn; Wang, D., Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, wangd@ihb.ac.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14147 | Poster ID 3109

A BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE KOREAN TIDAL FLATS TARGETING INTERTIDAL MICROPHYTOBENTHOS

Park, J., Seoul National University , Republic Of Korea, jpark.diatom@gmail.com; Khim, J. S., Seoul National University , Republic Of Korea, jskocean@snu.ac.kr ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14535 | Poster ID 3110

RAPID DETECTION OF TOXIN-PRODUCING ALGAL BLOOM SPECIES USING MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TOOLS

Purcell, D., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, D.Purcell@aims.gov.au ; Tsaloglou, M. N., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Valiadi, M., National Oceanography Centre, , United Kingdom, ; Mowlem, M., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ; Smythe-Wright, D., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14667 | Poster ID 3111

THE BIOPUMPING OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN INTO THE BURROW OF THE MUD SHRIMP LAOMEDIA ASTACINA BY ITS ACTIVE IRRIGATION

Koo, B. J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, bjkoo@kiost.ac;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14832 | Poster ID 3112

GENOMICS UNDERLYING SEX CHANGE IN A. BICINCTUS AS A CASE STUDY FOR HERMAPHRODITE SPECIES

Casas Castano, L., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Laura.CasasCastano@kaust.edu.sa; Francisco Saborido Rey, J., Institute of Marine Research, CSIC, Spain, fran@iim.csic.es; Michell, C. T., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Craig.Michell@kaust.edu.sa; Irigoien, X., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Xabier.Irigoyen@kaust.edu.sa;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14872 | Poster ID 3113

MICROSTRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF TEETH IN ICHTHYOPHIS BANNANICUS

Tan, L., College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, China, lingdi.tan@gmail.com; Yao, J., School of Life Sciences, Peking University, China, jxyao@pku.edu.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14925 | Poster ID 3114

THE EFFECT OF LIGHT AND SUBSTRATE COLOR ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF A LAB-CULTURED MYSID (AMERICAMYSIS BAHIA)

St.Iago-McRae, E. M., Kutztown University, USA, ezrysm@gmail.com; Butler, N. M., Kutztown University, USA, butler@kutztown.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14986 | Poster ID 3115

DIVING WITH GOLIATH: BRINGING BACK WILD ANIMAL BEHAVIOR OBSERVATIONS

Frias-Torres, S., Smithsonian Marine Station, USA, sfriastorres@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://independent.academia.edu/SarahFriasTorres

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15242 | Poster ID 3117

DETERMINATION OF VITELLOGENIN IN WHITE PERCH AS A BIOMARKER OF EXPOSURE TO ESTROGENIC COMPOUNDS

Matthew Maxwell, C., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, maxwellmatthew1211@gmail.com; Booker , T., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, tbooker@umes.edu; May , E., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, ebmay@umes.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15269 | Poster ID 3118

IDENTIFICATION AND EXPRESSION OF NEUROCHEMICAL SIGNALING SYSTEMS IN THE COPEPOD CALANUS FINMARCHICUS DURING DEVELOPMENT

Fontanilla, T. M., Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, tianamf@hawaii.edu; Roncalli, V., Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, roncalli@hawaii.edu; Lenz, P. H., Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, petra@pbrc.hawaii.edu; Christie, A. E., Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, crabman@pbrc.hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15412 | Poster ID 3119

NITROGEN FIXATION ASSOCIATED WITH THE GIANT KELP MACROCYSTIS PYRIFERA

Hamersley, M. R., Soka University of America, USA, rhamersley@soka.edu; Burns, J. A., Lake Washington Institute of Technology, USA, james.burns@lwtech.edu; Sohm, J. A., University of Southern California, USA, sohm@usc.edu; Capone, D. G., University of Southern California, USA, capone@usc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15425 | Poster ID 3120

COMPARISON OF FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY IN SQUID. FROM TWO DIFFERENT HABITATS: HAWAII S. OUALANIENSIS AND MONTEREY BAY D. OPALESCENS

Zayas Santiago, M., University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico, zayas.carlos30@gmail.com; Gilly, W., Stanford University, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15449 | Poster ID 3121

DISCRIMINATING BETWEEN DILUTION, 2-POINT, AND FROST METHODS TO ESTIMATE GRAZING BY MICROZOOPLANKTON

Hernández-León, S., Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global ULPGC, Spain, shernandezleon@ulpgc.es; Franchy, G., Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global ULPGC, Spain, gfranchy@becarios.ulpgc.es; Schmoker, C., Institut de Ciències del Mar-CMIMA CSIC, , claire_schmoker@yahoo.fr; Armengol, L., Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global ULPGC, Spain, ixfen85@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15746 | Poster ID 3122

DETERMINATION OF DIET SOURCE AND ECOLOGICAL NICHE FOR COASTAL JELLYFISH

Kim, H. J., Hanyang university, Republic Of Korea, emsneptune@hanyang.ac.kr; Shin, K. H., Hanyang University, Republic Of Korea, shinkh@hanyang.ac.kr; Chae, J. H., Korea Environmental Research Center for Hydrosphere, Republic Of Korea, jinhochae@gmail.com; Yoon, W. D., National Fisheries Research and Development Institute, Republic Of Korea, wdyoon@korea.kr;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15808 | Poster ID 3123

PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY IN OTSUCHI BAY AFTER THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE

Tsuda, A., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, tsuda@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Nishibe, Y., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, nishibe@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Isami, H., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, isami@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Fukuda, H., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, hfukuda@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Nagata, T., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, , nagata@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16258 | Poster ID 3124

OPTICAL INDICIES FOR ASSESSMENT OF CORAL PHYSIOLOGICAL STATUS

Peltier, S. A., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, stacy.peltier@bios.edu; Hochberg, E. J., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, eric.hochberg@bios.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16471 | Poster ID 3125

DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN PREPARATION FOR DIAPAUSE AND THE TERMINAL MOLT IN C5 COPEPODITES OF THE COPEPOD CALANUS FINMARCHICUS USING GENE EXPRESSION PROFILING

Tarrant, A. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, atarrant@whoi.edu; Baumgartner, M. F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mbaumgartner@whoi.edu; Lysiak, N. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, nlysiak@whoi.edu; Hansen, B. H., SINTEF, Norway, BjornHenrik.Hansen@sintef.no; Altin, D., Biotrix, Norway, biotrix@frisurf.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/distinguishing-between-preparation-for-diapause-and-the-terminal-molt-in-c5-copepodites-of-the

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17250 | Poster ID 3126

INVESTIGATING THE METABOLIC RATE OF INDIVIDUAL PLANKTONIC ORGANISMS THROUGH RESPIRATION

Warren, E. J., Kutztown University, USA, aequitaslevitas@gmail.com; Ryan, W. L., Kutztown University, USA, ryan@kutztown.edu; Butler, N. M., Kutztown University, USA, butler@kutztown.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17293 | Poster ID 3127

SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY OF SURFACE DIATOM GENERA IN THE SAVANNAH RIVER ESTUARY

Murry, B. C., Savannah State University, USA, chrismurry777@comcast.net; Pride, C. J., Savannah State University, USA, pridec@savannahstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17454 | Poster ID 3128

MICROFLUIDICS AND FORM AND FUNCTION IN CYCLOPOID COPEPODS

Van Eerden, J. R., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA, vaneerd6@uwm.edu; Najera, M. A., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA, manjera@uwm.edu; Strikler, R. J., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA, jrs@uwm.edu; Nam, Y. G., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA, ynam@uwm.edu; Chang, W. J., University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA, wjchang@uwm.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17465 | Poster ID 3197

IDENTIFICATION OF THE MOLECULAR COMPONENTS OF A CIRCADIAN SIGNALING SYSTEM IN THE MARINE COPEPOD TIGRIOPUS CALIFORNICUS

Nesbit, K. T., Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, knesbit@hawaii.edu; Christie, A. E., Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa , USA, crabman@pbrc.hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17772 | Poster ID 3198

ABUNDANCE AND SIZE STRUCTURE OF A “RESILIENT” AND “SUSCEPTIBLE” CORAL SPECIES IN EASTERN PUERTO RICO

Sabat, A. M., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico, amsabat@gmail.com; Soto-Santiago, F. J., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico, franciscoj_soto@yahoo.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17795 | Poster ID 3199

A SENSITIVE HPLC METHOD OF DETERMINING ANTIBIOTICS AND THEIR THERMAL STABILITIES AT BOILING CONDITION

Gao, Y., Louisiana State University, USA, ygao15@tigers.lsu.edu; Xu, Z., Louisiana State University, USA, zxu@agcenter.lsu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17798 | Poster ID 3200

SOLAR RADIATION AND STRATIFICATION MAIN DRIVERS IN MICROBIAL PRODUCTION IN PATAGONIAN FJORDS?

Hernandez, K. L., Universidad Austral de Chile, Instituto de Ciencias Marinas y Limnológicas,, Chile, klhr2009@gmail.com; Yannicellli, B., CEAZA, Chile, beatriz.yannicelli@ceaza.cl; cornejo, m. f., UACH, Chile, fernanda.cornejo.acevedo@gmail.com; olsen, L. M., NTNU, Norway, lasse.mork.olsen@ntnu.no; iriarte, J. L., UACH, Chile, jiriarte@uach.cl;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/effect-of-ammonium-addition-on-the-microbial-food-web-structure-and-community-composition-of-the

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17861 | Poster ID 3201

TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PATTERNS IN THE ABUNDANCE OF SAND SHRIMP, CRANGON SEPTEMSPINOSA, IN THE MARYLAND COASTAL BAYS

Chigbu, P., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, pchigbu@umes.edu; Malinis, L., California State University Monterey Bay, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.umes.edu

172 - Multiple drivers affecting ecosystem function in estuarine and coastal waters

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13175 | Poster ID 1411

CONTRIBUTION OF VIRAL LYSIS AND NANOFLAGELLATE GRAZING TO BACTERIAL MORTALITY IN THE INNER AND OUTER REGIONS OF THE CHANGJIANG RIVER PLUME DURING SUMMER

Tsai, A. Y., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, anyitsai@mail.ntou.edu.tw; Gong, G. C., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13200 | Poster ID 1412

IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT INFLOWS: MULTIPLE DRIVERS AFFECTING PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS, PRODUCTIVITY AND COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN GALVESTON BAY, TX (USA)

Roelke, D. L., Texas A&M University, USA, droelke@tamu.edu; Li, H. P., Texas A&M University - Galveston, USA, ; Davis, S. E., Florida Everglades Foundation, USA, ; Quigg, A., Texas A&M University - Galveston, USA, ; Buyukates, Y., University of Canakkale, Turkey, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13556 | Poster ID 1413

HARMFUL GOLDEN ALGAL BLOOMS IN GALVESTON BAY, TX (USA)? IT CAN HAPPEN: EXPLORING MULTIPLE DRIVERS OF BLOOM DYNAMICS THROUGH IN-FIELD MESOCOSM EXPERIMENTS

Lundgren, V. M., Texas A&M University, USA, veronicalundgren82@gmail.com; Roelke, D. L., Texas A&M University, USA, droelke@tamu.edu; Brooks, B. W., Baylor University, USA, Bryan_Brooks@baylor.edu; Davis, S. L., Texas A&M University, USA, sld932@neo.tamu.edu; Scott, W. S., Baylor University, USA, Casan_Scott@baylor.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13811 | Poster ID 1456

RISK OF REGIME SHIFTS AND CHANGES IN ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS IN THE FUTURE BALTIC SEA

Niiranen, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, susa.niiranen@stockholmresilience.su.se; Blenckner, T., Stockholm University, Sweden, thorsten.blenckner@stockholmresilience.su.se; Yletyinen, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, johanna.yletyinen@stockholmresilience.su.se; Otto, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, saskia.otto@stockholmresilience.su.se; Meier, H. E., Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, Sweden, markus.meier@smhi.se;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14251 | Poster ID 1457

EFFECTS OF WARMING AND DISSOLVED ORGANIC NITROGEN (DON) ON PLANKTONIC METABOLISM IN THE BALTIC SEA

Vaquer-Sunyer, R., Lund University, Sweden, Raquel.Vaquer-Sunyer@geol.lu.se; Conley, D. J., Lund University, Sweden, Daniel.Conley@geol.lu.se; Kritzberg, E. S., Lund University, Sweden, Emma.Kritzberg@biol.lu.se;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14801 | Poster ID 1458

INFLUENCE OF NUTRIENTS WITH DIFFERENT SOURCES ON NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE EAST CHINA SEA

Wang, Y., Ehime University/Center for Marine Environmental Studies, Japan, wangyuchengehime@gmail.com; Guo, X., Ehime University/Center for Marine Environmental Studies, Japan, guoxinyu@sci.ehime-u.ac.jp; Zhao, L., Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China, liang.zhao@gmail.com; Zhang, J., East China Normal University/State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, China, jzhang@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15213 | Poster ID 1459

IDENTIFYING FRESHWATER INFLOW AS A DRIVER OF ESTUARINE PHYTOPLANKTON STRUCTURE

Quigg, A., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, quigga@tamug.edu; Dorado, S., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, dorado_sam@yahoo.com; Booe, T., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, booe@tamug.edu; Steichen, J., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, jlsteichen@gmail.com; Windham, R., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, windhamr@tamug.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.tamug.edu/phytoplankton/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15282 | Poster ID 1460

MULTIPLE DRIVERS OF TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL TRENDS IN THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF HYPOXIA IN GREEN BAY, LAKE MICHIGAN

Klump, J. V., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, vklump@uwm.edu; Grunert, B., Michigan Tech University, USA, bgrunert@mtu.edu; LaBuhn, S. L., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, sllabuhn@uwm.edu; Waples, J. T., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, jwaples@uwm.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16008 | Poster ID 1461

THE IMPACT OF MULTIPLE STRESSORS ON BENTHIC ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION IN ESTUARINE SYSTEMS IN THE UK

Kenworthy, J., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, jmk6@st-andrews.ac.uk; Paterson, D. M., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, dp1@st-andrews.ac.uk; Bishop, M., Macquarie University, Australia, melanie.bishop@mq.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16208 | Poster ID 1462

QUALITY NOT QUANTITY: MULTIPLE DRIVERS MAY INFLUENCE THE LIGHT FIELD INCIDENT UPON CORALS BASED ON SHIFTS IN PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS AND COMPOSITION

Withrow, F. G., Texas A&M University, USA, frances.withrow@gmail.com; Roelke, D., Texas A&M University, USA, ; Walton, J., Texas A&M University, USA, ; Roder, C., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ; Voolstra, C., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16289 | Poster ID 1487

WHOLE-ECOSYSTEM EXPERIMENTS AND 33 YRS OF DATA SHOW THAT LOWERING NITROGEN LOAD REDUCES EUTROPHICATION OF A BALTIC ESTUARY DESPITE INCREASED NITROGEN FIXATION

Larsson, U., Stockholm University, Sweden, ulf.larsson@su.se; Elmgren, R., Stockholm University, Sweden, ragnar.elmgren@su.se; Hajdu, S., Stockholm University, , susanna.hajdu@su.se; Walve, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, jakob.walve@su.se;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16497 | Poster ID 1488

QUANTIFYING SINKS OF TERRESTRIAL DOC IN THE BALTIC SEA

Fransner, F., Stockholm University, Sweden, filippa@misu.su.se; Meier, H. M., Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, Sweden, ; Humborg, C., Stockholm University, Sweden, ; Mörth, C. M., Stockholm University, Sweden, ; Nycander, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16556 | Poster ID 1489

SMALL CRITTERS PLAY A BIG ROLE? BENTHIC BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING IN COASTAL SEDIMENTARY ENVIRONMENTS

Belley, R., Memorial University, Canada, renald.belley@mun.ca; Snelgrove, P., Memorial University, Canada, psnelgro@mun.ca;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17965 | Poster ID 1490

THIRTY YEARS OF CORAL REEF CHANGE IN RELATION TO COASTAL CONSTRUCTION AND INCREASED SEDIMENTATION AT PELEKANE BAY, HAWAI‘I

Stender, Y. O., University of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ystender@hawaii.edu; Jokiel, P. L., University of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, USA, jokiel@hawaii.edu; Rodgers, K. S., University of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kuuleir@hawaii.edu;

174 - Undergraduate Research in Marine and Aquatic Sciences

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13233 | Poster ID 2255

EFFECTS OF QUANTUM DOTS ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF BAY SCALLOP ARGOPECTEN IRRADIANS

Fitzpatrick, R. S., University of Massachusetts Boston and Eckerd College, USA, rsfitzpa@eckerd.edu; Urban-Rich, J., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, Juanita.Urban-Rich@umb.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13325 | Poster ID 2256

EELGRASS (ZOSTERA MARINA) SEED GERMINATION IN WASHINGTON STATE DEPENDS ON DONOR POPULATION, STORAGE CONDITIONS, AND ANOXIA

Monreal, V. N., Western Washington University, USA, monreav@students.wwu.edu; Yang, S., Western Washington University, USA, sylvia.yang@wwu.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13406 | Poster ID 2257

DETERMINING THE MICRODIVERISITY OF SAR11 BACTERIOPLANKTON WITHIN A COASTAL ZONE

Mura, G. E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, gmura@hawaii.edu; Hall, L. M., University of Hawaii, USA, lisahall@hawaii.edu; Shulse, C. S., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cshulse@hawaii.edu; Rappé, M. S., Univeristy of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, rappe@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13439 | Poster ID 2258

CALIBRATION OF A CO2 AND PH SENSOR

Sanchez, A., San Diego State University, USA, alterra@rohan.sdsu.edu; Wang, Z., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, zawang@whoi.edu; Kroeger, K., United States Geological Survey , USA, kkroeger@usgs.gov; Signell, J., United States Geological Survey, USA, jsignell@smith.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13617 | Poster ID 2259

IMMUNE SYSTEM RESPONSE TO HYPOXIA OF ATLANTIC CROAKER IN CHESAPEAKE BAY, MD

Perez, P. J., University of South Carolina, USA, perezpj@email.sc.edu; Johnson, A. K., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, akjohnson@umes.edu; Wolfer, H. M., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, hmwolfer@umes.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13619 | Poster ID 2260

ADAPTING TO A CHANGING CLIMATE ALONG THE EASTERN SHORE

Colna, K. E., Millersvile University, USA, kecolna@millersville.edu; Kumar, A., Millersville University, USA, ajoy.kumar@millersville.edu; Robinson, K., Millersville University, USA, kevion.robinson@millersville.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13658 | Poster ID 2285

CARBON AND NITROGEN CYCLING BY NITROSPINA IN THE DARK OCEAN

Mathyer, M. E., Kalamazoo College, USA, mary.mathyer10@kzoo.edu; Swan, B. K., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ; Stepanauskas, R., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences , USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13724 | Poster ID 2286

LIGHT DEPENDENCY OF CALCIFICATION AND IMPACTS OF VARYING PH LEVELS IN THE COCCOLITHOPHORID PLEUROCHRYSIS CARTERAE

Abel, V. E., Colby College/Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, veabel@colby.edu; Balch, W. M., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, bbalch@bigelow.org; White, M., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, mwhite@bigelow.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13882 | Poster ID 2287

EFFECT OF SUBSTRATE ON DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER PRODUCTION BY MARINE BACTERIA

Asirwatham, J., Case Western Reserve University, USA, jaa122@case.edu; Shen, Y., University of South Carolina, USA, yuan187@gmail.com; Benner, R., University of South Carolina, USA, BENNER@mailbox.sc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14003 | Poster ID 2289

THE ROLE OF PROTISTS VERSUS BACTERIA IN THE DECOMPOSITION OF A TETRAPEPTIDE IN COASTAL WATERS

Riesen, A. L., University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA, RiesenAL07@uww.edu; Liu, S., University of Texas Marine Science Institute, USA, shutingliu1988@gmail.com; Liu, Z., University of Texas Marine Science Institute, USA, zhanfei.liu@utexas.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-role-of-protists-versus-bacteria-in-the-decomposition-of-a-tetrapeptide.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14013 | Poster ID 2290

A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF B7 AND SEVERAL FORMS OF B12 BETWEEN COASTAL, SUB ARCTIC GYRE AND OLIGOTROPHIC GYRE REGIMES.

Coyote-Maestas, W., The Evergreen State College, USA, willowcoyote@gmail.com; Heal, K. R., University of Washington, USA, kheal@uw.edu; Truxal Carlson, L., University of Washington, USA, truxal@u.washington.edu; Ingalls, A., University of Washington, USA, aingalls@u.washington.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14044 | Poster ID 2329

IMAGERY FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION, GROUND-BASED LIDAR AND IDENTIFICATION OF COASTAL FEATURES AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS FOR COASTAL CHANGE ANALYSIS

Velez, M., University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, monica.velez.o@gmail.com; Gontz, A., University of Massachusetts, USA, Allen.Gontz@umb.edu; Schaaf, C., University of Massachusetts, USA, Crystal.Schaaf@umb.edu; Ly, J., University of Massachusetts, USA, jennifer.ly001@umb.edu; Paynter, I., University of Massachusetts, USA, ianpaynter1@googlemail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14140 | Poster ID 2330

HISTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF REPRODUCTION BIOLOGY OF AN ESTUARINE JELLYFISH (CHRYSAORA QUINQUECIRRHA)

Gezymalla, J., Hiram College, USA, gezymallajn@my.hiram.edu; Young, T., Rutgers University, USA, ; Vasslides, J., Rutgers University, USA, ; Kaneshiro-Pineiro, M., Barnegat Bay Partnership, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14183 | Poster ID 2331

SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF SURFICIAL SEDIMENT GEOCHEMISTRY IN BOSTON HARBOR: EVALUATING WATERSHED AND COASTAL INFLUENCES

Loftus, K. M., Hamilton College, USA, kloftus10@gmail.com; Franck, E., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, edgar_franck@me.com; Christian, A. D., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, alan.christian@umb.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14273 | Poster ID 2332

ACCUMULATION OF LITTER LEFT BEHIND BY VISITORS BEFORE AND AFTER WEEKENDS, ON A BEACH IN TYBEE ISLAND, GA

Cramer, K. R., Savannah State University, USA, kcramer@student.savannahstate.edu; Curran, M. C., Savannah State University, USA, curranc@savannahstate.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14355 | Poster ID 2333

TURNOVER RATE OF BIOTIN-TAGGED HISTIDINE-RICH GLYCOPROTEIN (HRG) IN THE BIVALVE MYTILUS EDULIS L.

Cranmore, K. C., University of Central Florida, USA, kimcranmore@knights.ucf.edu; Robinson , W. E., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, william.robinson@umb.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14411 | Poster ID 2334

DIVERSITY OF LARGE MARINE VIRUSES IN THE GULF OF MAINE

Duarte, A. E., Humboldt State University, USA, aed32@humboldt.edu; Gilg, I., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, , igilg@bigelow.org; Wilson, W. H., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, , wwilson@bigelow.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14428 | Poster ID 2335

THE MICROBIAL EFFECTS OF THE ADDITION OF OIL TO ANOXIC SEDIMENTS FROM THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Geronimo, G., Johns Hopkins University, USA, gpngeronimo@gmail.com; Lapham, L., Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, lapham@umces.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14450 | Poster ID 2336

EFFECTS OF TRANSIENT VERSUS RESIDENTIAL PREDATOR CUES ON INDUCIBLE DEFENSES OF THE EASTERN OYSTER CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA

Scherer, A. E., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, avery.scherer@tamucc.edu; Draper, A. M., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, alexmdraper5@gmail.com; Lunt, J., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, jessica.h.lunt@gmail.com; Smee, D. L., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, lee.smee@tamucc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14463 | Poster ID 2337

SUPPRESSION OF FEEDING BEHAVIOR IN APLYSIA CALIFORNICA FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO ALARM CUES

Wolfe, K. D., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, kevin.wolfe@tamucc.edu; Walllace, B. W., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, bethany.wallace05@gmail.com; Mozzachiodi, R., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, ricccardo.mozzachiodi@tamucc.edu; Wainwright, M. L., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, marcy.wainwright@tamucc.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14742 | Poster ID 2338

THE EFFECTS OF pCO2 ON GROWTH RATE AND COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF A NATURAL PLANKTON ASSEMBLAGE FROM NARRAGANSETT BAY, RI

Russell, C. A., Boston University, USA, caitrus@bu.edu; Montalbano, A., , USA, aburke@gso.uri.edu; Menden-Deuer, S., Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, USA, smenden@mail.uri.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15152 | Poster ID 2339

PLANKTONIC INGRESS OF FIDDLER CRAB MEGALOPAE TO THE NEWPORT RIVER ESTUARY, NC: DO DIFFERENT SPECIES RETURN TO THE ESTUARY AT DIFFERENT TIMES?

Price, A. L., Elizabeth City State University, USA, alprice370@hotmail.com; Romero, A. O., Duke University Marine Laboratory, USA, ; Parks, E. A., Duke University Marine Laboratory, USA, ; Reinsel, K. A., Duke University Marine Laboratory, USA, kreinsel@wittenberg.edu; Welch, J. M., Duke University Marine Laboratory, , jwelch@wittenberg.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15268 | Poster ID 2340

UNDERSTANDING THE MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF THE SNOW CRAB, CHIONOECETES OPILIO AND THE DEEP-SEA RED CRAB, CHACEON QUINQUEDENS

Green, S. R., Hampton University, USA, shadaesha.green@my.hamptonu.edu; Chung, J. S., Institue of Marine and EnvironmentalTechnology, USA, chung@umces.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15272 | Poster ID 2377

LINKING CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE OF TERRIGENOUS ORGANIC MATTER TO OPTICAL PROPERTIES

Wyers, A. J., Texas A&M Galveston, USA, jwyers789@gmail.com; Ranson, J. L., Texas A&M Galveston, USA, ransomj@neo.tamu.edu; Kaiser, K., Texas A&M Galveston, USA, Kaiserk@tamug.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15277 | Poster ID 2378

INVESTIGATING THE SOURCES AND DECOMPOSITION OF TERRIGENOUS ORGANIC MATTER USING BIOMARKERS

Ransom, J. L., Texas A&M at Galveston, USA, jacob_ransom@hotmail.com; Wyers, A. J., Texas A&M at Galveston, USA, jwyers789@gmail.com; Kaiser, K., Texas A&M at Galveston, USA, kaiserk@tamug.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15661 | Poster ID 2379

LATE FIRST GENERATION POPULATION ECOLOGY OF THE QUAGGA MUSSEL, DREISSENA BUGENSIS, IN THE SOUTHERN BASIN OF LAKE MICHIGAN

Carufel, R., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, ecarufel@uwm.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16518 | Poster ID 2380

CALIBRATION OF MODERN CORAL CLIMATE SIGNALS TO ENSURE ACCURACY OF PALEOCLIMATE DETERMINATIONS IN ANEGADA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Pearson, S. P., Gettysburg College, USA, pearse01@gettysburg.edu; Kilbourne, K. H., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, kilbourn@umces.edu; Xu, Y., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, yyxu@umces.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16625 | Poster ID 2381

THE USE OF BULK DENSITY TO SUPPORT A DOCUMENTED RAPID DEPOSITIONAL PULSE FOLLOWING THE 2010 DWH BLOWOUT

O'Donnell, B. C., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, bcodonne@eckerd.edu; Clark, N. M., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, nmclark@eckerd.edu; Larson, R. A., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, larsonra@eckerd.edu; Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16675 | Poster ID 2382

USE OF BIOGENIC SEDIMENT COMPONENTS TO DETECT ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES: U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

Kalin, R. A., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, rakalin@eckerd.edu; Kuhs, C. A., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, cakuhs@eckerd.edu; Larson, R. A., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, larsonra@eckerd.edu; Barber, B. J., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, barberbj@eckerd.edu; Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16770 | Poster ID 2383

SCREENING OF THE MMV CHEMICAL LIBRARY FOR COMPOUNDS INHIBITING THE PROLIFERATION OF THE OYSTER PROTOZOAN PARASITE PERKINSUS MARINUS

Yesmalie Aleman, F., Universidad Metropolitana, Puerto Rico, yesmalie@hotmail.com; Jose A. Fernandez, G., Bigelow Laboratory for Oceans Science, USA, jfernandez-robledo@bigelow.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.mmv.org/

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16829 | Poster ID 2384

210PB MODELS OF DEEP SEA SEDIMENTARY RECORDS IN THE NE GULF OF MEXICO: CRS VS. CIC

Ashworth, H. C., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, hcashwor@eckerd.edu; Larson, R. A., Eckerd College Marine Science, USA, larsonra@eckerd.edu; Brooks, G. R., Eckerd College Marine Science , USA, brooksgr@eckerd.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16847 | Poster ID 2385

GROWTH AND GRAZING OF SYNECHOCOCCUS IN BOOTH BAY, MAINE

Anderson, S. R., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, sande045@odu.edu; Poulton, N. J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, npoulton@bigelow.org; Haugen, E. M., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ehaugen@bigelow.org; Countway, P. D., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, pcountway@bigelow.org; Sieraki, M. E., National Science Foundation, USA, msieracki@bigelow.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16871 | Poster ID 2386

CYANOBACTERIA SUCCESSION AND NITROGEN FIXATION IN A EUTROPHIC RESTORED WETLAND SYSTEM WITHIN CHESAPEAKE BAY

Boardman, A. L., The University of Tulsa, USA, austin-boardman@utulsa.edu; O'Neil, J. M., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, joneil@umces.edu; Gustafson, A. B., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, abgust@umces.edu; Sellner, K. G., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA, sellnerk@si.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/cyanobacterial-succession-and-nitrogen-fixation-in-a-eutrophic-restored-wetland-system-within.pdf

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17106 | Poster ID 2387

PHOTOINHIBTION EFFECTS ON MARINE AMMONIA OXIDIZING ARCHAEA

Nelson, A. J., University of Washington, USA, nelsoa4@u.washington.edu; Devol, A. H., University of Washington, USA, Devol@u.washington.edu; Ingalls, A. E., University of Washington, USA, aingalls@u.washington.edu; Horak, R. E., University of Washington, USA, rhorak@u.washington.edu; French, D. W., University of Washington, USA, david.french7@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17301 | Poster ID 2388

ANALYZING THE POPULATION DIVERSITY OF SYNECHOCOCCUS DURING THE 2013 SUMMER BLOOM PERIOD IN BOOTHBAY, MAINE

Erf, K. M., Colby College, USA, kmerf@colby.edu; Poulton, N. J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ; Haugen, E., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ; Sieracki, M. E., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ; Countway, P. D., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17630 | Poster ID 2389

GROWTH AND GRAZING DYNAMICS OF PHOTOTROPHIC PROTISTS IN BOOTH BAY, MAINE

Burns, W. G., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, wiltonburns@gmail.com; Poulton, N. J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, npoulton@bigelow.org; Countway, P. D., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, pcountway@bigelow.org; Haugen, E., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, ; Sieracki, M. E., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, msieracki@bigelow.org;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17696 | Poster ID 2390

SPECTRAL FLUORESCENCE CHARACTERISTICS OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE HYDROCARBON SENSORS

Jocis, S. J., United States Coast Guard Academy, USA, Stephanie.J.Jocis@uscga.edu; Vuorenkoski, A., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, USA, adalglei@fau.edu; Nootz, G., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, USA, gnootz@hboi.fau.edu; Dalgleish, F., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University, USA, fdalglei@hboi.fau.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17980 | Poster ID 2391

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG MORPHOLOGICALLY CRYPTIC SKELETONEMA SPECIES

Willert, M., Carleton College, USA, willertm@carleton.edu; Canesi, K., Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island , USA, kellycanesi@gmail.com; Rynearson, T., Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island , USA, rynearson@mail.uri.edu;

2/25/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17983 | Poster ID 2392

MAPPING AND MEASURING THE OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC GYRE

Shipp, S. K., Atlanta Technical College, USA, suzetteshipp@gmail.com;