Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/26/2014 | 08:00 - 10:00 | ORAL

001 - Upper Ocean Turbulent Fields and Their Variability: temperature, salinity, energy

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15473

SUBSURFACE TURBULENCE MEASUREMENTS DURING GLAD EXPERIMENT

Bogucki,, D., Texas A&M Corpus Christi, USA, Darek.Bogucki@tamucc.edu ; Arnott, K., Texas A&M Corpus Christi, USA, Kimberly.Arnott@tamucc.edu; Laxague, N., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, ; Haus, B., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, ; Reiners, A., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13598

POLARIMETRIC SEA-SURFACE MEASUREMENTS MADE DURING THE GLAD EXPERIMENT

Laxague, N. J., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, nlaxague@rsmas.miami.edu; Haus, B. K., University of Miami - RSMAS, , bhaus@rsmas.miami.edu; Bogucki, D., Texas A&M Corpus Christi, USA, Darek.Bogucki@tamucc.edu; Williams, N. J., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, nwilliams@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 16229

EVALUATING TURBULENCE REGIMES IN THE OCEAN SURFACE BOUNDARY LAYER: MEASUREMENTS FROM A VERTICALLY RISING MICROSTRUCTURE PROFILER

Sutherland, G. J., National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, graig.sutherland@gmail.com; Ward, B., National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, bward@nuigalway.ie; Christensen, K. H., Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway, kaihc@met.no;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 16539

SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENTS OF BREAKING WAVES AND TURBULENCE AT THE AIR-SEA INTERFACE

Sutherland, P., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sutherlandp@ucsd.edu; Melville, W. K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, kmelville@ucsd.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13653

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATMOSPHERIC EMITTED INFRARED RADIATION AND THE GRADIENT OF THE THERMAL SKIN SST LAYER

Wong, E., University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, ewong@rsmas.miami.edu; Minnett, P. J., University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, pminnett@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15297

OBSERVATIONS OF TURBULENCE DURING UPPER OCEAN STABLE STRATIFICATION

Bogdanoff, A. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, abogdanoff@whoi.edu; Clayson, C. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cclayson@whoi.edu; St. Laurent, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lstlaurent@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 16624

USING WHITECAP STATISTICS TO ESTIMATE ENERGY DISSIPATION BY BREAKING SURFACE GRAVITY WAVES

Callaghan, A. H., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, callaghan.adrian@gmail.com; Deane, G. B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, gdeane@ucsd.edu; Stokes, M. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, dstokes@ucsd.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 16964

OBSERVATIONS OF FLUID TURBULENCE AND AIR ENTRAINMENT IN LABORATORY BREAKING WAVES

Deane, G. B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, gdeane@ucsd.edu; Stokes, M. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, dstokes@ucsd.edu;

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

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 16010

THE EVOLUTION OF THE 2007 MID-ATLANTIC COLD POOL

Brown, W., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, wbrown@umassd.edu; Schofield, O., Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S., Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu; Kohut, J., Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, USA, kohut@marine.rutgers.edu; Boicourt, W., University of Maryland, Center for Environmental Science, USA, boicourt@umces.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 17361

REGIONAL PREDICTABILITY OF THE NORTHEASTERN PACIFIC ON SEASONAL TIME SCALES

Hermann, A. J., University of Washington JISAO, USA, hermann@uw.edu; Siedlecki, S. A., University of Washington JISAO, USA, siedlesa@uw.edu; Bond, N. A., University of Washington JISAO, USA, nab3met@uw.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 16864

MODELING WINTER CIRCULATION OFF THE OREGON COAST: COMPARISON OF EL NINO/LA NINA YEARS

Durski, S. M., Oregon State University, USA, sdurski@coas.oregonstate.edu; Kurapov, A., Oregon State University, USA, kurapov@coas.oregonstate.edu; Allen, J. S., Oregon State University, USA, jallen@coas.oregonstate.edu; Egbert, G., Oregon State University, USA, egbert@coas.oregonstate.edu; Kosro, P. M., Oregon State University, USA, kosro@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 13655

A 31 YEAR HISTORICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT CIRCULATION USING THE ROMS 4-DIMENSIONAL VARIATIONAL DATA ASSIMILATION SYSTEM

Moore, A. M., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, ammoore@ucsc.edu; Edwards, C. A., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, cedwards@ucsc.edu; Fiechter, J., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, fiechter@ucsc.edu; Jacox, M. G., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, mjacox@ucsc.edu; Crawford, W., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, william.j.crawford@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 14917

HIGH-RESOLUTION SIMULATIONS OF CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE BAYS UNDER PAST AND FUTURE CLIMATES

Ross, A. C., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, aross@umces.edu; Li, M., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, mingli@umces.edu; Najjar, R. G., Pennsylvania State University, USA, rgn1@psu.edu; Herrmann, M., Sigma Space/NASA GSFC, USA, masha.herrmann@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 13116

CLIMATE PROJECTIONS FOR THE NW EUROPEAN SHELF SEAS WITH ASPECTS OF UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFIED.

Tinker, J. P., Met Office Hadley Centre, United Kingdom, jonathan.tinker@metoffice.gov.uk; Lowe, J. A., Met Office Hadley Centre, United Kingdom, jason.lowe@metoffice.gov.uk; Holt, J. T., National Oceanographic Centre, United Kingdom, jholt@noc.ac.uk; Pardaens, A., Met Office Hadley Centre, United Kingdom, anne.pardaens@metoffice.gov.uk; Barciela, R., Met Office Hadley Centre, United Kingdom, rosa.barciela@metoffice.gov.uk;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 17657

IMPACT OF GLIDER DATA ASSIMILATION ON THE LOOP CURRENT FORECASTS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Ganesh, G., University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ggopalak@ucsd.edu; Bruce, C., University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, bdc@ucsd.edu; Daniel, R., University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, drudnick@ucsd.edu;

http://www-pord.ucsd.edu/~ganeshgopal/os_2014_gg.pdf

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 13397

NEAR-INERTIAL SURFACE CURRENTS IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO USING HF RADAR AND GPS-TRACKED DRIFTERS DURING THE GLAD EXPERIMENT

Gough, M. K., RSMAS - University of Miami, USA, mgough@rsmas.miami.edu; Reniers, A. H., RSMAS - Univerity of Miami, USA, areniers@rsmas.miami.edu; Howden, S., University of S. Mississippi, USA, Stephan.Howden@usm.edu;

040 - Antarctic marginal seas and shelf/slope processes: physical and biological variability, controls, and links to larger scales

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17511

THE ROLE OF COASTAL POLYNYAS IN SOUTHERN OCEAN PRIMARY PRODUCTION

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

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17007

NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION AND EXPORT IN THE AMUNDSEN SEA POLYNYA (WESTERN ANTARCTICA); WITH COMPARISONS TO ARCTIC POLYNYAS AND A LINK TO CLIMATE SENSITIVITY

Yager, P. L., University of Georgia, USA, pyager@uga.edu; Sherrell, R. M., Rutgers University, USA, sherrell@marine.rutgers.edu; Alderkamp, A. C., Stanford University, USA, alderkamp@stanford.edu; Ingall, E. D., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, ellery.ingall@eas.gatech.edu; Ducklow, H. W., Columbia University, USA, hducklow@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17064

GLIDER OBSERVATIONS AT THE ANTARCTIC SHELF BREAK: POTENTIAL VORTICITY AND CROSS-SHELF TRANSPORT

Thompson, A. F., California Institute of Technology, USA, andrewt@caltech.edu; Schmidtko, S., Geomar, Germany, sschmidtko@geomar.de; Heywood, K. J., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, k.heywood@uea.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13715

CONVECTION AT THE ICE-SEAWATER INTERFACE DURING MELTING

Gayen, B., The Australian National University, Australia, bishakhdatta.gayen@anu.edu.au; Griffiths, R. W., The Australian National University, Australia, Ross.Griffiths@anu.edu.au; Kerr, R., The Australian National University, Australia, ; Hughes, G. O., The Australian National University, Australia, ;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16664

OBSERVATIONS OF OCEAN / ICE INTERACTION UNDER THE PINE ISLAND ICE SHELF, ANTARCTICA

Stanton, T. P., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, stanton@nps.edu; Shaw, W. J., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, wjshaw@nps.edu;

http://www.oc.nps.edu/~stanton/pig/index.html

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13395

IRON SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN AN ANTARCTIC SHELF ECOSYSTEM

McGillicuddy, D. J., WHOI, USA, dmcgillicuddy@whoi.edu; Sedwick, P. N., ODU, USA, psedwick@odu.edu; Dinniman, M. S., ODU, USA, msd@ccpo.odu.edu; Arrigo, K. R., Stanford, USA, arrigo@stanford.edu; the PRISM Science Team, a., , , ;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 15241

TOPOGRAPHIC VORTICITY WAVES FORCED BY ANTARCTIC DENSE SHELF WATER OUTFLOWS

Marques, G. M., University of Miami, USA, gmarques@rsmas.miami.edu; Padman, L., Earth & Space Research, USA, padman@esr.org; Özgökmen, T. M., University of Miami, USA, tozgokmen@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16279

MIXING OF WATER MASSES CAUSED BY A DRIFTING ICEBERG AFFECTS BACTERIAL ACTIVITY, COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND SUBSTRATE UTILIZATION IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Dinasquet, J., Copenhagen University, Denmark, jdinasquet@bio.ku.dk; Richert, I., Uppsala University, Sweden, ; Yager, P., University of Georgia, USA, ; Bertilsson, S., Uppsala University, Sweden, ; Riemann, L., Copenhagen University, Denmark, lriemann@bio.ku.dk;

042 - Optical Remote Sensing of Freshwater, Estuarine, and Coastal Environments: Water Quality and other Applications

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 13753

MODELLING LAKE PRIMARY PRODUCTION BASED ON SATELLITE DATA

Kauer, T., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, kauer@ut.ee; Kutser, T., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, tiit.kutser@sea.ee; Arst, H., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, helgi.arst@ut.ee; Nõges, T., Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia, tiina.noges@emu.ee;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 13820

DISSOLVED IRON OR CARBON? WHAT DO WE MEASURE WITH YELLOW SUBSTANCE RETRIEVAL ALGORITHMS?

Kutser, T., University of Tartu, Estonia, tiit.kutser@sea.ee; Alikas, K., Tartu Observatory, Estonia, krista.alikas@gmail.com; Kothawala, D., University of Uppsala, Sweden, dolly.kothawala@ebc.uu.se; Köhler, S. J., Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, Sweden, stephan.kohler@slu.se;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 17603

A NEW RETRIEVAL ALGORITHM FOR PHYCOCYANIN OF TAIHU LAKE

Du, K., Beijing Normal University, China, kpdu@bnu.edu.cn; Xue, K., Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, klunar@126.com; Ou, J., Beijing Normal University, China, ; Duan, H., Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, ;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14237

A THREE COMPONENT MODEL OF NIR REFLECTANCE: RETRIEVAL OF AEROSOL, PARTICLE BACKSCATTER AND GLINT

Moore, G. F., bio-Optika, United Kingdom, geraldfmoore@me.com; Huot, J. P., ESA, ESTEC, Netherlands, Jean-Paul.Huot@esa.int; Kratzer, S., Department of Ecology, Stockholm University, Sweden, suse.kratzer@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 13891

OCEAN REFLECTANCE SPECTRA AT THE RED, NEAR-INFRARED, AND SHORTWAVE INFRARED FROM HIGHLY TURBID WATERS

Shi, W., NOAA, USA, wei.1.shi@noaa.gov; Wang, M., NOAA, USA, menghua.wang@noaa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14810

ATMOPSHERIC CORRECTION OVER COASTAL WATERS: A SPATIAL ANALYSIS METHOD.

Brajard, J., LOCEAN-IPSL, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, CNRS, France, julien.brajard@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Jamet, C., LOG, ULCO, France, cedric.jamet@univ-littoral.fr; Thiria, S., LOCEAN-IPSL, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, CNRS, France, sylvie.thiria@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 16451

BYPASSING ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION IN THE RETRIEVAL OF OCEAN COLOUR PRODUCTS: A NOVEL STATISTICAL APPROACH

Craig, S. E., Dalhousie University, Canada, susanne.craig@dal.ca; Lazin, G., Bedford Institute of Oceanograpy, Canada, glazin@gmail.com; Jones, C. T., Dalhousie University, Canada, jonesc@mathstat.dal.ca;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14606

MULTI-SENSOR OCEAN COLOUR ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION FOR TIME-SERIES DATA: USING ALL THE INFORMATIONAL AVAILABLE

Lavender, S. J., Pixalytics Ltd, United Kingdom, slavender@pixalytics.com;

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

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 13024

BETA-PLUME MECHANISM IN BETA-PLANE TURBULENCE

Afanasyev, Y. D., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, afanai@mun.ca;

http://www.physics.mun.ca/~yakov/

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 16917

DRIFTING JETS

Srinivasan, K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, ksriniva@ucsd.edu; Young, W. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, wryoung@ucsd.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 15530

THE EFFECT OF A CONTINENTAL SHELF ON RADIATING EASTERN BOUNDARY CURRENT INSTABILITIES

Schloesser, F., University of Rhode Island, USA, schloess@mail.uri.edu; Rothstein, L., University of Rhode Island, USA, lrothstein@mail.uri.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 15411

INTERMEDIATE ZONAL JETS IN THE THREE EQUATORIAL OCEANS OBSERVED BY ARGO FLOATS

Cravatte, S. E., IRD, New Caledonia, sophie.cravatte@ird.fr; Kessler, W. S., NOAA/PMEL, USA, william.s.kessler@noaa.gov; Marin, F., IRD, New Caledonia, frederic.marin@ird.fr;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 16222

AN OBSERVED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SST AND SSH IN THE CONTEXT OF STRIATIONS/ZONAL BANDS

Buckingham, C., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, cbuckingham@gso.uri.edu; Cornillon, P., University of Rhode Island, USA, pcornillon@me.com; Schloesser, F., University of Rhode Island, USA, schloess@hawaii.edu; Obenour, K., unaffiliated, , kelsey.obenour@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 15126

THE ANISOTROPY OF MESOSCALE EDDY-INDUCED DIFFUSION

Reckinger, S. J., Brown University , USA, scott_reckinger@brown.edu; Fox-Kemper, B., Brown University, USA, baylor@brown.edu; Bachman, S., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, ; Bryan, F. O., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, ; Dennis, J. M., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 16861

THEORY OF NONLINEAR SPECTRAL TRANSFERS IN THE FREQUENCY-WAVENUMBER DOMAIN, ILLUSTRATED BY QUASI-TWO-DIMENSIONAL EXAMPLES

Morten, A. J., University of Michigan, USA, amorten@umich.edu; Arbic, B. K., University of Michigan, USA, arbic@umich.edu; Flierl, G. R., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, glenn@lake.mit.edu; Scott, R. B., University of Texas and Université de Bretagne Occidental, , robert.scott@univ-brest.fr;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 14867

OCEANIC INTRINSIC VARIABILITY: SPATIO-TEMPORAL SCALES AND MODEL RESOLUTION

SERAZIN, G., CNRS-LGGE/CERFACS, France, guillaume.serazin@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; PENDUFF, T., CNRS-LGGE, France, thierry.penduff@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; TERRAY, L., CNRS-CERFACS, France, terray@cerfacs.fr; GREGORIO, S., CNRS-LGGE, France, sandy.gregorio@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; BARNIER, B., CNRS-LGGE, France, bernard.barnier@legi.grenoble-inp.fr;

066 - Collaborations and Partnerships in Ocean Research and Education

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17537

INTEGRATING TRADITIONAL WAYS OF KNOWING WITH WESTERN SCIENCE, THROUGH COLLABORATIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOSTERED BY THE NETWORK OF NSF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTERS

Baptista, A. M., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, baptista@stccmop.org; Green, V., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, greenva@ohsu.edu; Bueno Watt, N., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, buenowat@ohsu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 15409

STUDENT RESEARCH ON PEOPLE, OCEANS AND CLIMATE CHANGE: WEAVING TRADITIONAL ALASKA NATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND WESTERN SCIENCE TOGETHER AT SCIENCE FAIRS

Dublin, R. A., COSEE Alaska, USA, ROBINDUBLIN@COSEEALASKA.NET; Barnhardt, R. J., Center for Cross-Cultural Studies, U of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, rjbarnhardt@alaska.edu; Morrow, L. S., Alaska SeaLife Center, USA, lauriem@alaskasealife.org; Anderson, A., Soundview Evaluation, USA, andrea@soundviewevaluation.com; Sigman, M., Alaska Sea Grant, U of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, msigman@alaska.edu;

http://www.coseealaska.net/

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 18006

INCORPORATING TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE INTO GEOSCIENCE EDUCATION: A LOOK AT WATERSHEDS IN SOUTHEAST ALASKA

Smythe, W. F., Oregon Health & Sciences University, USA, smythew@ebs.ogi.edu; McAllister, S. M., University of Delaware, USA, ; Remple, K. L., Oregon Health & Sciences University, USA, ; Young, B., OHSU-CMOP, USA, ; Baptista, A., Oregon Health & Sciences University, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 16855

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENT-DRIVEN RESEARCH AT THE SALISH SEA RESEARCH CENTER

Hatch, M. B., Salish Sea Research Center/ Northwest Indian College, USA, marcoh@nwic.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 16996

INTEGRATING TRADITIONAL WAYS OF KNOWING AND WESTERN SCIENCE IN THE GLOBAL WATERSHED

Waterhouse, J., Yukon River Intertribal Watershed Council, USA, jwaterhouse@yritwc.org;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17894

COMMUNITY BASED PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH LINKS ACADEMIC DISIPLINES, COMMUNITY, AND MANAGEMENT

Thomas, F. I., University of Hawaii, USA, fithomas@hawaii.edu; Aikau, H., University of Hawaii, USA, aikau@hawaii.edu; Dulaiova, H., University of Hawaii, USA, hdulaiov@hawaii.edu; Yoshioka, J. R., Kako‘o ‘Oiwi , USA, jyoshioka@kakoooiwi.org; Lemus, J., University of Hawaii, USA, jlemus@hawaii.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13409

TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND WESTERN MARINE SCIENCE IN HAWAI‘I: SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES IN YOUTH AND PUBLIC EDUCATION

Foley, J. M., Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, USA, ; Thompson, A. N., Kaimuki Middle School, USA, aliat@hawaii.edu;

http://cmore.soest.hawaii.edu/education.htm

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13689

SOEST MAILE MENTORING BRIDGE: BRINGING NATIVE HAWAIIANS INTO SCIENCE

Choy, C. A., University of Hawaii, USA, cachoy@hawaii.edu; Noa, K., Kapiolani Community College, University of Hawaii System, USA, keolani@hawaii.edu; Bruno, B. C., University of Hawaii, USA, barb@hawaii.edu;

073 - Ocean salinity and water cycle variability and change

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14449

AQUARIUS SATELLITE SALINITY MEASUREMENT ACCURACY AND SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENTS AFTER TWO YEARS

Lagerloef, G. S., Earth & Space Research, USA, Lager@esr.org; Kao, H. Y., Earth & Space Research, USA, hkao@esr.org;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15889

SEA SURFACE SALINITY VARIABILITY: NEW INSIGHTS FROM SMOS AND IN SITU MEASUREMENTS

Boutin, J., CNRS, France, jb@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Reverdin, G., CNRS, France, reve@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Martin, N., CNRS, France, martin@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Yin, X., UPMC, France, xylod@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Morisset, S., UPMC, France, simlod@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 13103

THE AQUARIUS SALINITY RETRIEVAL ALGORITHM: CHALLENGES AND RECENT PROGRESS

Meissner, T., Remote Sensing Systems, USA, meissner@remss.com; Wentz, F., Remote Sensing Systems, USA, frank.wentz@remss.com; Hilburn, K., Remote Sensing Systems, USA, hilburn@remss.com;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14472

THE RAIN EFFECT ON AQUARIUS’ SEA SURFACE SALINITY RETRIEVAL

Tang, W., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, wenqing.tang@jpl.nasa.gov; Yueh, S., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Simon.H.Yueh@jpl.nasa.gov; Lagerleof, G., Earth and Space Research, USA, Gary.S.Lagerloef@jpl.nasa.gov; Fore, A., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Alexander.Fore@jpl.nasa.gov; Hayashi, A., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Akiko.K.Hayashi@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15196

AQUARIUS SSS MEASUREMENTS IN RAIN: SCIENCE OR ERRORS?

Jacob, M. M., Comision Nacional de Actividades Espaciales-CONAE, Argentina, maria.jacob@conae.gov.ar; Ebrahimi, H., University of Central Florida-UCF, USA, hamideh.ebrahimi88@gmail.com; Santos-Garcia, A., University of Central Florida-UCF, USA, andrea.santos@knights.ucf.edu; Jones, W. L., University of Central Florida-UCF, USA, wlinwoodjones@gmail.com; Asher, W., University of Washington, USA, asherwe@apl.washington.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17267

VALIDATION OF AQUARIUS SEA SURFACE SALINITY WITH ARGO: ANALYSIS OF ERROR DUE TO COLLOCATION AND VERTICAL SALINITY STRATIFICATION

Drucker, R. S., University of Washington, USA, robert@ocean.washington.edu; Riser, S., University of Washington, USA, riser@ocean.washington.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17778

COMPARISON ANALYSIS BETWEEN AQUARIUS SEA SURFACE SALINITY AND WORLD OCEAN DATABASE IN SITU ANALYZED SEA SURFACE SALINITY

Reagan, J. R., University of Maryland - ESSIC, USA, jim.reagan1986@gmail.com; Boyer, T. P., NOAA/NODC, USA, Tim.Boyer@noaa.gov; Antonov, J. I., UCAR, USA, John.Antonov@noaa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17783

HIGH-RESOLUTION AQUARIUS SEA SURFACE SALINITY PRODUCTS FOR GLOBAL AND REGIONAL STUDIES

Melnichenko, O., University of Hawaii, USA, oleg@hawaii.edu; Hacker, P., University of Hawaii, USA, phacker@hawaii.edu; Maximenko, N., University of Hawaii, USA, maximenk@hawaii.edu; Potemra, J., University of Hawaii, USA, jimp@hawaii.edu;

074 - Estuaries, what are they good for? A tribute to the work of Dr. Jonathan H. Sharp

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13322

A TALE OF TWO ESTUARIES (THE DELAWARE AND CHESAPEAKE BAYS)—BUILDING CO2 SYSTEM RESEARCH ON A RICH LEGACY

Cai, W., University of Delaware, USA, wcai@udel.edu;

http://www.ceoe.udel.edu/

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13622

TWENTY YEARS OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN A EUTROPHIC SUBESTUARY

Gallegos, C. L., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA, gallegosc@si.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17689

NEW INSIGHTS FROM CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN TIDAL WETLANDS

Bergamaschi, B., USGS, USA, bbergama@usgs.gov; Downing, B., USGS, USA, bdowning@usgs.gov; Saraceno, J., USGS, USA, saraceno@usgs.gov; Pellerin, B., USGS, USA, bpeller@usgs.gov; Fleck, J., USGS, USA, jfleck@usgs.gov;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16865

CONSIDERATION OF FORMS OF INORGANIC N WHEN EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF NUTRIENTS IN THE URBAN OCEAN: RESULTS FROM THE SAN FRANCISCO AND DELAWARE BAY ESTUARIES.

Parker, A. E., The California Maritime Academy, USA, aparker@csum.edu; Dugdale, R. C., San Francisco State University, USA, rdugdale@sfsu.edu; Wilkerson, F. P., San Francisco State University, USA, fwilkers@sfsu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16900

NET ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTION AND ORGANIC CARBON BALANCE OF U.S. EAST COAST ESTUARIES: A SYNTHESIS APPROACH

Herrmann, M., Sigma Space/NASA GSFC, USA, maria.herrmann@nasa.gov; Najjar, R. G., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, rgn1@psu.edu; Kemp, W. M., The University of Maryland, USA, kemp@hpl.umces.edu; Alexander, R. B., United States Geological Survey, USA, ralex@usgs.gov; Boyer, E. W., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, ewb100@psu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16160

ACTIVITY OF AEROBIC ANOXYGENIC PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIA IN THE DELAWARE ESTUARY AND ANTARCTIC COASTAL WATERS

Kirchman, D. L., University of Delaware, USA, kirchman@udel.edu; Stegman, M., University of Delaware, USA, monica.stegman@gmail.com; Nikrad, M., University of Delaware, USA, nikrad@vt.edu; Cottrell, M. T., University of Delaware, USA, mattcott@udel.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16012

THE ROLE OF WIND IN ESTUARINE CIRCULATION

Boicourt, W. C., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences, USA, boicourt@umces.edu; Scully, M. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mscully@whoi.edu; Li, M., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, mingli@umces.edu; Sanford, L. P., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences, USA, lsanford@umces.edu; Friedrichs, C. T., Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, USA, cfried@vims.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 15553

HOW TO PUT LONG-TERM DATA TO WORK: JON, WE DO HAVE HYPOXIA

Rabalais, N. N., Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium, USA, nrabalais@lumcon.edu; Turner, R. E., Louisiana State University, USA, euturne@lsu.edu; Smith, L. M., Your Ocean Consulting, LLC, USA, leslie.smith@youroceanconsulting.com;

079 - Rising Sea Level: Contributions and Future Projections

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 16350

SEA LEVEL CHANGES FROM THE GSOP2012 MULTI-REANALYSIS ENSEMBLE STUDY

Fabrice, H., IRD/Mercator Ocean, France, fabrice.hernandez@mercator-ocean.fr; Nicolas, F., Mercator Ocean, France, nferry@mercator-ocean.fr; Group, G., GSOP Panel, , ;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15968

REGIONAL MULTI-DECADAL AND CENTURY-SCALE INTERNAL SSH VARIABILITY IN CMIP5 MODELS

Carson, M., Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Germany, mark.carson@zmaw.de; Koehl, A., Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, , armin.koehl@zmaw.de; Stammer, D., Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, , detlef.stammer@uni-hamburg.de;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13297

CENTURY TO MULTI-CENTURY PROJECTIONS OF THE STERIC AND DYNAMIC SEA LEVEL WITH A SUITE OF CLIMATE MODELS

Yin, J., University of Arizona, USA, yin@email.arizona.edu; Griffies, S. M., Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, NOAA, USA, stephen.griffies@noaa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 17498

DETERMINISTIC VS. STOCHASTIC TRENDS IN SEA LEVEL RISE

Ocana, V., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, vocana@mit.edu; Zorita, E., Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, eduardo.zorita@hzg.de ; Heimbach, P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, heimbach@mit.edu;

http://eaps-www.mit.edu/paoc/

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 17093

MECHANISMS OF GLOBAL MEAN STERIC CHANGE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SEA LEVEL SIMULATIONS AND PROJECTIONS

Ponte, R. M., Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), USA, rponte@aer.com; Piecuch, C. G., Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), USA, cpiecuch@aer.com;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 18025

REVISITING HALOSTERIC AND THERMOSTERIC SEA-LEVEL RISE

Durack, P. J., Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison, LLNL, USA, pauldurack@llnl.gov; Wijffels, S. E., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, susan.wijffels@csiro.au; Gleckler, P. J., Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison, LLNL, USA, gleckler1@llnl.gov;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 16116

ESTIMATING THE MASS COMPONENT TO SEA LEVEL RISE FROM TIDE GAUGES, ALTIMETRY AND STERIC RECONSTRUCTIONS

Bellingham, C., National Oceanography Centre Liverpool and University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, crbilhm@noc.ac.uk; Williams, R., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, ric@liverpool.ac.uk; Holgate, S., Sea Level Research, United Kingdom, simon@sealevelresearch.org; Hughes, C., National Oceanography Centre Liverpool, United Kingdom, cwh@noc.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 18072

WHAT DO ALTIMETRY, GRACE, AND ARGO IMPLY ABOUT DEEP OCEAN WARMING?

Leuliette, E. W., NOAA, USA, Eric.Leuliette@noaa.gov; Miller, L., NOAA, USA, Laury.Miller@noaa.gov;

100 - Environmental variability and climate change: linking environmental variation and organism responses across scales

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 14665

SENSITIVITY OF PHYTOPLANKTON TO RAPID PH REDUCTION IS LINKED TO BUFFER CAPACITY

Richier, S., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, s.richier@noc.soton.ac.uk; Achterberg, E. P., Geomar, Germany, eachterberg@geomar.de; Suggett, D. J., University of Essex, United Kingdom, dsuggett@essex.ac.uk; Tyrrell, T., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, Toby.Tyrrell@soton.ac.uk; Moore, C. M., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, c.moore@noc.soton.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16437

TRANSCRIPTOME RESPONSE TO THERMAL STRESS IN TWO KEY ZOOPLANKTON SPECIES, CALANUS FINMARCHICUS AND C. GLACIALIS

Smolina, I., University of Nordland, Norway, ism@uin.no; Kollias, S., University of Nordland, Norway, Spyros.Kollias@uin.no; Moller, E. F., Aarhus University, Denmark, efm@dmu.dk; Lindeque, P., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, PKW@pml.ac.uk; Hoarau, G. G., University of Nordland, Norway, Galice.Guillaume.Hoarau@uin.no;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16506

CALANUS HELGOLANDICUS AND A CHANGING CLIMATE: ANALYSIS OF A 25-YEAR TIME SERIES FROM THE ENGLISH CHANNEL

Maud, J. L., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, jama@pml.ac.uk; Atkinson, A., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, aat@pml.ac.uk; Hirst, A. G., Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom, a.g.hirst@qmul.ac.uk; Lindeque, P., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, pkw@pml.ac.uk; Harmer, R., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, rach2@pml.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16111

RESPONSE OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA FROM COASTAL HABITATS TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Haynert, K., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, khaynert@geomar.de; Schönfeld, J., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, jschoenfeld@geomar.de; Thomsen, J., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, jthomsen@geomar.de;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 15332

TRANSCRIPTOME-WIDE PROFILES OF GENE EXPRESSION OF SALPA THOMPSONI IN RELATION TO VARIATION OF THE PELAGIC ENVIRONMENT OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN.

Batta-Lona, P. G., Univerisity of Connecticut , USA, paola.batta_lona@uconn.edu; Wiebe, P. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, pwiebe@whoi.edu; O'Neill, R., Univeristy of Connecticut, USA, rachel.oneill@uconn.edu; Bucklin, A., University of Connecticut, USA, ann.bucklin@uconn.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 15628

EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON SWIMMING OF LARVAL GREEN URCHINS IN FLOW

Chan, K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kchan@whoi.edu; García, E., Universidad de La Laguna, Spain, eliseba8@hotmail.com; Dupont, S., University of Gothenburg, The Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences – Kristineberg, Sweden, sam.dupont@bioenv.gu.se;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13426

GEOCHEMICAL PROXIES FOR LARVAL EXPOSURE TO LOW PH AND OXYGEN

Levin, L. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, llevin@ucsd.edu; Frieder, C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ctanner@ucsd.edu; Navarro, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, miken.711@gmail.com; Gonzalez, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jpgonzalez@ucsd.edu;

http://levin.ucsd.edu

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16035

EMBRYONIC RESPONSES TO LONG-TERM EXPOSURE OF THE MARINE CRUSTACEAN, NEPHROPS NORVEGICUS, TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND TEMPERATURE

Styf, H. K., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, hannah.styf@bioenv.gu.se; Nilsson Sköld, H., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, helen.skold@gu.se; Eriksson, S. P., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, susanne.eriksson@bioenv.gu.se;

102 - The Chukchi Sea Region: Physical Forcing and Ecosystem Response in the Pacific Arctic

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 16805

A COUPLED ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN-SEA ICE INTERANNUAL OSCILLATION IN THE CHUKCHI AND THE BEAUFORT SEAS

Moore, K., University of Toronto, Canada, gwk.moore@utoronto.ca; Pickart, B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, , rpickart@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13308

COUPLED WIND-FORCED CONTROLS OF THE BERING-CHUKCHI SHELF CIRCULATION AND THE BERING STRAIT THROUGHFLOW

Danielson, S. L., UAF/SFOS/IMS, USA, sldanielson@alaska.edu; Weingartner, T. J., UAF/SFOS/IMS, USA, tjweingartner@alaska.edu; Hedstrom, K. S., UAF/ARSC, USA, kate@arsc.edu; Aagaard, K., UW/APL, USA, aagaard@apl.washington.edu; Woodgate, R., UW/APL, USA, woodgate@apl.washington.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 17252

SUMMERTIME WATER MASS TRANSFORMATION IN THE CHUKCHI SEA

Gong, D., Virginia Institute of Marine Science - College of William and Mary, USA, gong@vims.edu; Pickart, R. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rpickart@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 17002

HIGH-RESOLUTION HYDROGRAPHY OF THE NORTHEASTERN CHUKCHI SEA FROM AUV GLIDERS AND TOWED CTD SURVEYS – THE ALASKA COASTAL CURRENT, UPWELLING AND FRONTS

Winsor, P., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, pwinsor@alaska.edu; Weingartner, T. J., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, tjweingartner@alaska.edu; Kasper, J. L., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, jlkasper@alaska.edu; Statscewich, H., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, hank.stats@alaska.edu; Potter, R. A., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, rapotter@alaska.edu;

http://dm.sfos.uaf.edu/chukchi-beaufort/

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 18103

THE CHAOZ PROJECT: INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY ON THE NORTHEASTERN CHUKCHI ECOSYSTEM

Stabeno, P. J., NOAA/PMEL, USA, phyllis.stabeno@noaa.gov; Kachel, N. B., Univeristy of Washington/JISAO, USA, nkachel@ocean.washington.edu; Ladd, C., NOAA/PMEL, USA, carol.ladd@noaa.gov; Napp, J. M., NOAA/AFSC, USA, jeff.napp@noaa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13357

EVOLUTION OF WATER MASSES IN BARROW CANYON DURING SUMMER/FALL: FIRST RESULTS FROM THE DBO INTERNATIONAL TRANSECTS 2010-13

Nobre, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cnobre@whoi.edu; Pickart, R. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rpickart@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 16617

VARIABILITY OF LATE SUMMER OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS IN BARROW CANYON

Okkonen, S. R., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, okkonen@alaska.net; Ashjian, C. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cashjian@whoi.edu; Campbell, R. G., University of Rhode Island, USA, campbell@gso.uri.edu; Stafford, K. M., University of Washington, USA, stafford@apl.washington.edu; Clarke, J. T., Leidos, USA, janet.clarke@leidos.com;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 17780

VARIABILITY OF THE CIRCULATION IN THE PACIFIC SECTOR OF ARCTIC OCEAN DERIVED BY 4DVAR ASSIMILATION OF AVAILABLE OBSERVATIONS

Nechaev, D., University of Southern Mississippi, USA, dmitri.nechaev@usm.edu; Panteleev, G., IARC UAF, USA, gleb.pantel@gmail.com; Zhang, J., UW APL, USA, zhangj@uw.edu; Kikuchi , T., JAMSTEC, Japan, takashik@jamstec.go.jp;

123 - The molecular chemistry and microbial biology of marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) composition and cycling

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 16514

RUNOFF-MEDIATED SEASONAL OSCILLATION IN THE DYNAMICS OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN DIFFERENT BRANCHES OF A LARGE BIFURCATED ESTUARY

Guo, W., State Key Lab of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China, wdguo@xmu.edu.cn; Yang, L., State Key Lab of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China, yangliyang2002@163.com; Zhai, W., State Key Lab of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China, wdzhai@126.com; Chen, W., State Key Lab of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China, cwz880116@163.com; Osburn, C. L., Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University, USA, closburn@ncsu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14284

THE EVOLUTION OF ORGANIC MATTER ALONG THE LOWER AMAZON RIVER CONTINUUM–ÓBIDOS TO THE OCEAN

Ward, N. D., University of Washington, USA, nickward@uw.edu; Krusche, A. V., Universidade de São Paulo, USA, alex@cena.usp.br; Keil, R. G., University of Washington, USA, rickkeil@uw.edu; Brito, D. C., Universidade Federal do Amapa, Brazil, daimiobrito@gmail.com; Richey, J. E., University of Washington, USA, jrichey@uw.edu;

http://www.riversystems.washington.edu/

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 16682

BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN THE RIVER TO OCEAN CONTINUUM OF THE AMAZON

Seidel, M., University of Georgia / University of Oldenburg (ICBM), USA, mseidel@uga.edu; Ward, N. D., University of Washington, USA, nickward@u.washington.edu; Krusche, A. V., Universidade de São Paulo, Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura, Brazil, alex@cena.usp.br; Dittmar, T., University of Oldenburg, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Germany, thorsten.dittmar@uni-oldenburg.de; Medeiros, P. M., University of Georgia, USA, medeiros@uga.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17287

A CARBON OUTWELLING BUDGET FOR A NEW ENGLAND SALT MARSH

Schiebel, H. N., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, hayleyschiebel@gmail.com; Wang, X., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, xuchen.wang@umb.edu; Peri, F., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, francesco.peri@umb.edu; Chen, R. F., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, bob.chen@umb.edu; Gardner, G. B., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, bernie.gardner@umb.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13790

MOLECULAR FINGERPRINTS OF TERRESTRIAL DOM REACTIVITY IMPACTS ON THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

Reader, H. E., Lund University, Sweden, heather.reader@biol.lu.se; Stedmon, C. A., Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, cost@aqua.dtu.dk; Kritzberg, E. S., Lund University, Sweden, emma.kritzberg@biol.lu.se;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 16959

EFFECTS OF RIVERINE DISSOLVED HUMIC COMPOUNDS ON MARINE MICROBIAL COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN THE GULF OF MAINE

Heil, C. A., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, cheil@bigelow.org; Countway, P., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, cheil@bigelow.org; Poulton, N., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, cheil@bigelow.org; Jaques, Z., Colby College, USA, zmjaques@colby.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 15017

TRACKING LONG TERM REACTIVITY OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON (DOC) EXPORTED FROM TERRESTRIAL TO AQUATIC SYSTEMS

Panneer Selvam, B., Lund University , Sweden, Bala.Selvam@nateko.lu.se; Karlsson, J., Umeå University, Sweden, jan.karlsson@emg.umu.se; Berggren, M., Lund University , Sweden, martin.berggren@nateko.lu.se;

124 - Boundary currents, eddies, and water mass transformation at high latitudes

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 12982

REVISED CIRCULATION SCHEME NORTH OF THE DENMARK STRAIT

Våge, K., University of Bergen, Norway, kjetil.vage@gfi.uib.no; Pickart, R. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rpickart@whoi.edu; Spall, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mspall@whoi.edu; Moore, G. K., University of Toronto, Canada, gwk.moore@utoronto.ca; Valdimarsson, H., Marine Research Institute, Iceland, hv@hafro.is;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 14700

A MULTI-PLATFORM STUDY OF ENTRAINMENT BY (SUB-)MESOSCALE PROCESSES IN THE DENMARK STRAIT OVERFLOW PLUME

Kanzow, T., GEOMAR Kiel, Germany, tkanzow@geomar.de; Schaffer, J., GEOMAR Kiel, Germany, jschaffer@geomar.de; Nunes, N., University of Hamburg, Germany, nuno.nunes@zmaw.de; Tippenhauer, S., GEOMAR Kiel, Germany, stippenhauer@geomar.de; Jochumsen, K., University of Hamburg, Germany, kerstin.jochumsen@zmaw.de;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 14738

MOORED OBSERVATIONS OF THE NORTH ICELANDIC JET UPSTREAM OF DENMARK STRAIT

Harden, B. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bharden@whoi.edu; Pickart, R. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rpickart@whoi.edu; Bahr, F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, fbahr@whoi.edu; Torres, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dtorres@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 17026

EFFECT OF FRONTAL INSTABILITIES ON HEAT TRANSPORT ACROSS MOUNTAIN RIDGES, WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ICELAND-FAROE RIDGE.

Jimenez-Urias, M. A., University of Washington, USA, jimenezm@uw.edu; Thompson, L., University of Washington, USA, luanne@uw.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 17634

EVIDENCE OF DIRECT EXCHANGE OF LOW SALINITY INTERMEDIATE WATERS ACROSS THE ICELAND-FAROE FRONT IN WINTER

Beaird, N. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , USA, nlbeaird@uw.edu; Rhines, P. B., University of Washington, USA, rhines@u.washington.edu; Eriksen, C. C., University of Washington, USA, eriksen@u.washington.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 15802

ON THE COHERENCY OF THE NORWEGIAN ATLANTIC SLOPE CURRENT

Léon Chafik, L. C., Stockholm University, Department of Meteorology, Sweden, leon@misu.su.se; Johan Nilsson, J. N., Stockholm University, Department of Meteorology, Sweden, nilsson@misu.su.se; Øystein Skagseth, Ø. S., Marine Research Institute, Norway, oystein.skagseth@imr.no;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 15975

INDIRECT ESTIMATE OF FLUXES BETWEEN BOUNDARY CURRENT AND DEEP BASINS IN THE NORDIC SEAS: HEAT AND FRESHWATER BUDGETS

Latarius, K., Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, katrin.latarius@awi.de; Quadfasel, D., Institut für Meereskunde, KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg, Germany, detlef.quadfasel@zmaw.de;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 15188

TRANSFORMATION OF ATLANTIC WATER IN THE LOFOTEN BASIN FROM 2 YEARS OF MOORED DATA

Richards, C. G., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, crichards@whoi.edu; Straneo, F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, fstraneo@whoi.edu;

144 - Viruses in the sea - the molecular engineers and architects of plankton communities

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 16383

THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT-LIMITATION AND IRRADIANCE LEVEL ON VIRUS-HOST MODEL SYSTEMS IN A CHANGING OCEAN

Brussaard, C., NIOZ - Netherlands Institute of Sea Research, Netherlands, corina.brussaard@nioz.nl; Maat, D., NIOZ - Netherlands Institute of Sea Research, Netherlands, douwe.maat@nioz.nl;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 17765

LUBRICATION OF OCEANIC CARBON AND SULFUR CYCLING BY A HOST-VIRUS CHEMICAL ARMS RACE: ‘NORTH ATLANTIC VIRUS INFECTION OF COCCOLITHOPHORES EXPEDITION’ (NAVICE)

Bidle, K. D., Rutgers University/Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, USA, bidle@marine.rutgers.edu; Van Mooy, B. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution , USA, bvanmooy@whoi.edu; Vardi, A., Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, assaf.vardi@weizmann.ac.il; DiTullio, G., College of Charleston/Grice Marine Laboratory, USA, DitullioJ@cofc.edu; Coolen, M. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mcoolen@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 15333

HOST RANGE AND SEASONALITY OF PSEUDO-NITZSCHIA VIRUSES

Carlson, M. G., University of Washington, USA, mcgc08@uw.edu; McCary, N., University of Washington, USA, nicolette.donohue@gmail.com; Rocap, G. L., University of Washington, USA, rocap@ocean.washington.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 17200

USING TRANSCRIPTOMICS TO INVESTIGATE RNA VIRUSES AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH EUKARYOTIC PHYTOPLANKTON

Allen, L. Z., J. Craig Venter Institute, USA, lzeigler@jcvi.org; McCrow, J. P., J. Craig Venter Institute, USA, jmccrow@jcvi.org; Tran, D. N., J. Craig Venter Institute, USA, dtran@jcvi.org; McQuaid, J. B., J. Craig Venter Institute, USA, jmcquaid@jcvi.org; Allen, A. E., J. Craig Venter Institute, USA, aallen@jcvi.org;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 13009

TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN COMPETITION AND VIRAL DEFENSE STRUCTURE PELAGIC MICROBIAL FOOD WEBS

Våge, S., University of Bergen, Norway, selina.vage@bio.uib.no; Storesund, J. E., University of Bergen, Norway, julia.storesund@bio.uib.no; Thingstad, T. F., University of Bergen, Norway, frede.thingstad@bio.uib.no;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 16419

SEASONAL TIME BOMBS: TEMPERATE VIRUSES DOMINATE THE SOUTHERN OCEAN AND SUBSTANTIALLY AFFECT MICROBIAL DYNAMICS

Brum, J. R., University of Arizona, USA, jbrum@email.arizona.edu; Hurwitz, B. L., University of Arizona, USA, bhurwitz@email.arizona.edu; Schofield, O., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Ducklow, H. W., Columbia University, USA, hducklow@ldeo.columbia.edu; Sullivan, M. B., University of Arizona, USA, mbsulli@email.arizona.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 15779

A NOVEL SINGLE-VIRUS PCR METHOD REVEALS THAT T7-LIKE CYANOPODOVIRUSES ENCODING THE PSBA GENE ARE ABUNDANT IN THE RED AND MEDITERRANEAN SEAS

Lindell, D., Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, dlindell@tx.technion.ac.il; Baran, N., Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, ; Dekel-Bird, N. P., Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, ; Kirzner, S., Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, ; Maidanik, I., Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, ;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 15464

VIRUS-HOST DIVERSITY AND INTERACTIONS IN THE JUAN DE FUCA RIDGE FLANK DEEP BIOSPHERE.

Martinez Martinez, J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, jmartinez@bigelow.org; Orcutt, B., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, borcutt@bigelow.org;

http://www.bigelow.org

159 - CLIVAR: Ocean and Atmosphere Variability, Predictability and Change

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 18130

DECADAL PREDICTABILITY AND PREDICTION: A FORECASTER’S PERSPECTIVE

Goddard, L., Columbia University, USA, goddard@iri.columbia.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 18094

COULD WE HAVE PREDICTED THE EARLY-2000S HIATUS IN THE 1990S?

Meehl, G. A., NCAR, USA, meehl@ucar.edu; Teng, H., NCAR, USA, hteng@ucar.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 13353

COORDINATED OCEAN-ICE REFERENCE EXPERIMENTS PHASE II (CORE-II)

Danabasoglu, G., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, gokhan@ucar.edu; Drange, H., University of Bergen, Norway, Helge.Drange@gfi.uib.no; Griffies, S. M., NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, USA, stephen.griffies@noaa.gov; Pirani, A., International CLIVAR Project Office, United Kingdom, Anna.Pirani@noc.soton.ac.uk; Yeager, S. G., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, yeager@ucar.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 18062

NOAA’S OCEAN CLIMATE OBSERVATION PROGRAM

Legler, D., Climate Program Office/NOAA, USA, david.legler@noaa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 16459

CHANGES IN OCEAN HEAT, VENTILATION AND OVERTURNING: REVIEW OF THE FIRST DECADE OF U.S. REPEAT HYDROGRAPHY (GO-SHIP)

Talley, L. D., University of California San Diego, USA, ltalley@ucsd.edu; Feely, R. A., NOAA PMEL, USA, richard.a.feely@noaa.gov; Repeat Hydrography Oversight Committee, U., , , ;

http://ushydro.ucsd.edu

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 16202

PILOT CRUISE RESULS OF EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN UPWELLING INITIATIVE AND ITS PERSPECTIVE

Yu, W., First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, wdyu@fio.org.cn; Liu, L., First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, ; Davis, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cdavis@whoi.edu; Xue, L., First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, xueliang@fio.org.cn; Ning, C., First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, clning@fio.org.cn;

166 - Aquatic biology

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 13424

GEOCHEMISTRY AND ECOLOGY OF THE NAMIBIAN UPWELLING SYSTEM (GENUS) – FROM PLANKTON TO BENTHOS

Koppelmann, R., University of Hamburg, Germany, rolf.koppelmann@uni-hamburg.de;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17367

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE SPECIES DISTRIBUTIONS AT HYDROTHERMAL VENTS, COLD SEEPS AND WHALE FALLS WORLDWIDE

Rhodes, A. C., Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, USA, Adelaide.Rhodes@tamucc.edu; Purtle, G., Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, USA, geoffrey.purtle@tamucc.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16786

THE ENIGMATIC NECKER RIDGE: INSIGHTS INTO FAUNA AND COMPARISON TO THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO

Morgan, N. B., Florida State University, USA, nmorgan@fsu.edu; Baco, A. R., Florida State University, USA, abacotaylor@fsu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16177

PHYTOPLANKTON DISTRIBUTION ASSESSED BY HIGH-FREQUENCY FLOW CYTOMETRY, IN SPRING, ACROSS THE EASTERN CHANNEL

Bonato, S., CNRS UMR 8187 LOG - Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France, simon.bonato@univ-littoral.fr; Artigas, L. F., CNRS UMR 8187 LOG - Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France, felipe.artigas@univ-littoral.fr; Lizon, F., CNRS UMR 8187 LOG - Université de Lille 1, France, fabrice.lizon@univ-lille1.fr; Lefèbvre, A., Ifremer, Laboratoire Environnement et Ressources, France, Alain.Lefebvre@ifremer.fr; Christaki, U., CNRS UMR 8187 LOG - Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France, Urania.Christaki@univ-littoral.fr;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17974

LINKING ELEMENTS TO BIOCHEMICALS: EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT SUPPLY RATIOS AND GROWTH RATES ON FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF PHYTOPLANKTON

Bi, R., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, rbi@geomar.de; Arndt, C., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, carndt@geomar.de; Sommer, U., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel (GEOMAR), Germany, usommer@geomar.de;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17001

COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF COMPOSITION AND PRODUCTIVITY OF PHYTOPLANKTON AND INTERTIDAL BENTHIC MICROALGAL COMMUNITIES IN LOWER CHESAPEAKE BAY.

Semcheski, M. R., Old Dominion University, USA, msemches@odu.edu; Egerton, T. A., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Marshall, H. G., Old Dominion University, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16948

SARGASSUM NATANS AND S. FLUITANS EXHIBIT GEOGRAPHICALLY DISTINCT DISTRIBUTIONS IN A 20-YEAR NEUSTON NET DATASET FROM THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC

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

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 14782

RESPONSE OF CORAL CALCIFICATION TO ACIDIFICATION TRACKS VARIATIONS IN CALCIFYING FLUID PH

Holcomb, M., ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies, University of Western Australia , Australia, mholcomb3051@gmail.com; Venn, A. A., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, ; Tambutte, E., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, ; Tambutte, S., Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco, ; McCulloch, M., ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies, University of Western Australia , Australia, ;

173 - New conceptual and experimental approaches to investigate the effects of multiple environmental drivers on ocean biota

2/26/2014 | 08:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 13378

A 200-DAY IN SITU EXPERIMENT REVEALS THAT THERE WILL LIKELY BE NET DISSOLUTION OF CORAL REEFS IN A HIGH CO2 FUTURE

Kline, D. I., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, dkline@ucsd.edu; Teneva, L., Stanford University, USA, lteneva@stanford.edu; Schneider, K., Carnegie Institution, USA, kennysch@stanford.edu; Dove, S., University of Queensland, Australia, s.dove@uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Guldberg, O., University of Queensland, Australia, oveh@uq.edu.au;

2/26/2014 | 08:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14255

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION EFFECTS ON THE MARINE NITROGEN CYCLE: GLOBAL CHANGES IN N2-FIXATION AND NITRIFICATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Martinez-Rey, J., LSCE, France, jorge.martinez-rey@lsce.ipsl.fr; Tagliabue, A., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, a.tagliabue@liverpool.ac.uk; Hutchins, D., University of Southern California, USA, dahutch@usc.edu; Beman, M., University of California - Merced, USA, mbeman@ucmerced.edu; Gehlen, M., LSCE, France, marion.gehlen@lsce.ipsl.fr;

2/26/2014 | 08:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 17294

EXISTING LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS CAN OUTWEIGH CLIMATE CHANGE: THE IMPORTANCE OF TEMPORAL DYNAMICS IN A MULTI-STRESSOR ESTUARINE SYSTEM

Cheng, B. S., University of California, Davis, USA, bscheng@ucdavis.edu; Bible, J. M., University of California, Davis, USA, jmbible@ucdavis.edu; Ferner, M. C., San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, USA, mferner@sfsu.edu; Wasson, K., Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, USA, kerstin.wasson@gmail.com; Grosholz, E. D., University of California, Davis, USA, tedgrosholz@ucdavis.edu;

2/26/2014 | 08:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16041

TESTING THE STABILITY OF THE REALIZED NICHES OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN RESPONSE TO A CHANGING CLIMATE

Irwin, A. J., Mount Allison University, Canada, airwin@mta.ca; Finkel, Z. V., Mount Allison University, Canada, zfinkel@mta.ca;

2/26/2014 | 09:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15260

THE ROLE OF TEMPERATURE IN DETERMINING SPECIES VULNERABILITY TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Kroeker, K. J., University of California Davis, USA, kjkroeker@ucdavis.edu; Gaylord, B., University of California Davis, USA, bpgaylord@ucdavis.edu; Hill, T. M., University of California Davis, USA, tmhill@ucdavis.edu; Sanford, E., University of California Davis, USA, edsanford@ucdavis.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14570

NEW APPROACHES TO DESIGNING COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTAL MANIPULATIONS OF MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON

Boyd, P. W., Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies, Australia, philip.boyd@utas.edu.au; Doney, S. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sdoney@whoi.edu; Glover, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dglover@whoi.edu; Lennartz, S., IFM-GEOMAR , Germany, sinikka.lennartz@posteo.de;

2/26/2014 | 09:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 13910

USING MULTIPLE STRESSORS TO TEST FOR PLEIOTROPIC EFFECTS IN HIGH-CO2 ADAPTED TRICHODESMIUM CELL LINES

Walworth, N. G., University of Southern California, USA, nwalwort@usc.edu; Fu, F., University of Southern California, USA, ffu@usc.edu; Tatters, A., University of Southern California, USA, tatters@usc.edu; Webb, E., University of Southern California, USA, eawebb@usc.edu; Hutchins, D. A., University of Southern California, USA, dahutch@usc.edu;

2/26/2014 | 09:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15019

WILL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION BE THE DOMINANT DRIVER INFLUENCING PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN THE FUTURE?

Dutkiewicz, S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, stephd@mit.edu; Morris, J., Michigan State University, USA, jmorris@msu.edu; Follows, M. J., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, mick@mit.edu; Dyhrman, S., Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, sdyhrman@ldeo.columbia.edu; Berman-Frank, I., Bar-Ilan University, Israel, ilana.berman-frank@biu.ac.il;