Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/26/2014 | 10:30 - 12:30 | ORAL

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15096

SIMULATION OF INTERACTION BETWEEN SURFACE WAVES AND UPPER OCEAN TURBULENCE

Guo, X., University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA, guox@umn.edu; Shen, L., University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA, shen@umn.edu;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13757

A NUMERICAL STUDY ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN LANGMUIR CIRCULATION AND A RAPIDLY DEEPENING MIXED LAYER

Chen, S. M., Department of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan ROC, shiming.chen@gmail.com; Tsai, W. T., Department of Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, wttsai@ntu.edu.tw;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 14628

ASSESSMENT OF TURBULENCE CLOSURE MODELS FOR OCEANIC MIXED LAYER PROCESSES USING A LARGE EDDY SIMULATION MODEL

Furuichi, N., National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, furuichi.naoki@nies.go.jp; HIbiya, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, hibiya@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10872-011-0095-3

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 14915

EFFECTS OF WAVE INDUCED STRESS ON AIR-SEA MOMENTUM FLUX AND ATMOSPHERIC WAVE BOUNDARY LAYER TURBULENCE

Hara, T., University of Rhode Island, USA, thara@uri.edu; Sullivan, P. P., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, pps@ucar.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13072

INHIBITED UPPER OCEAN RESTRATIFICATION IN NONEQUILIBRIUM SWELL CONDITIONS

Kukulka, T., University of Delaware, USA, kukulka@udel.edu; Plueddemann, A. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, aplueddemann@whoi.edu; Sullivan, P. P., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, pps@ucar.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 16924

DIURNAL SHEAR INSTABILITIES AND DEEP-CYCLE TURBULENCE IN THE EQUATORIAL OCEANS

Pham, H. T., University of California, San Diego, USA, h8pham@usd.edu; Sarkar, S., University of California, San Diego, USA, sarkar@ucsd.edu; Winters, K. B., University of California, San Diego, USA, kbwinters@ucsd.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17356

A K-PROFILE PARAMETERIZATION OF LANGMUIR TURBULENCE IN SHALLOW WATER

Tejada-Martinez, A. E., University of South Florida, USA, aetejada@usf.edu; Sinha, N., University of South Florida, USA, nsinha@mail.usf.edu; Grosch, C. E., Old Dominion University, USA, enright@ccpo.odu.edu; Martinat, G., Old Dominion University, USA, martinat@ccpo.odu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17236

DIEL VERTICAL MIGRATIONS OF ZOOPLANKTON AND TURBULENT MIXING: OBSERVATIONS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION

Dean, C. W., Nova Southeastern University, USA, cd821@nova.edu; Soloviev, A. V., Nova Southeastern University, USA, soloviev@nova.edu; Hirons, A. C., Nova Southeastern Univeristy, USA, hirons@nova.edu; Frank, T. M., Nova Southeastern Univeristy, USA, tfrank1@nova.edu; Wood, J. D., Ocean Data Technologies, USA, jwood@oceandatatech.com;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 15421

VARIATIONAL DATA ASSIMILATIVE MODELING INVESTIGATION OF THE GULF OF MAINE COASTAL CIRCULATION IN SPRING AND SUMMER 2010

Li, Y., North Carolina State University, USA, yli15@ncsu.edu; He, R., North Carolina State University, USA, yli15@ncsu.edu; Chen, K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kchen@whoi.edu;

http://www4.ncsu.edu/~yli15

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 16533

TOWARD THE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF ESPRESSO: AN EULERIAN/LAGRANGIAN SKILL ASSESSMENT

Hunter, E. J., Rutgers University, USA, hunter@marine.rutgers.edu; Wilkin, J. L., Rutgers University, USA, wilkin@marine.rutgers.edu; Levin, J. C., Rutgers University, USA, julia@marine.rutgers.edu; Zavala-Garay, J., , , ;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 15170

WATER QUALITY PREDICTIONS FROM A NOVEL BLENDING OF SATELLITE DATA AND NUMERICAL MODELS FOR COASTAL CALIFORNIA

Kudela, R. M., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, kudela@ucsc.edu; Anderson, C. R., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, clrander@ucsc.edu; Kahru, M., Scripps Institute of Oceanography, USA, mkahru@ucsd.edu; Chao, Y., University of California Los Angeles, USA, ychao@jifresse.ucla.edu; Chai, F., University of Maine, USA, fchai@maine.edu;

http://oceandatacenter.ucsc.edu

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 15505

AN OCEAN PREDICTION SYSTEM FOR THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC AND THE CHINA SEAS

Lin, Y., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, lameixisi@gmail.com; Chang, M., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, roger_x87@hotmail.com; Xu, F., Tsinghua University, China, fhxu2009@gmail.com; Oey, L., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, lyo@princeton.edu; Chang, Y., National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan ROC, loveoceaner@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 17756

EVALUATION OF OCEAN PROBABILISTIC FORECASTS: QUANTIFYING, PREDICTING AND EXPLOITING UNCERTAINTY.

Haley, P. J., MIT, USA, phaley@mit.edu; Lermusiaux, P. F., MIT, USA, pierrel@mit.edu; Gawarkiewicz, G., WHOI, USA, ggawarkiewicz@whoi.edu;

http://mseas.mit.edu

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 15532

DEVELOPMENT OF AN INCREMENTAL 4D-VAR SYSTEM FOR A INNOVATIVE DOWNSCALING APPROACH

Ishikawa, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, ishikaway@jamstec.go.jp; Awaji, T., Kyoto University, Japan, awaji@hq.kyoto-u.ac.jp; In, T., Japan marine science foundation, Japan, in@jmsfmml.or.jp; Nakada, S., Kyoto University, Japan, snakada@kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 16390

ADVANCES IN MODELING ISLAND REGIONS USING AIR-SEA COUPLED SYSTEMS

Pullen, J., Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, julie.pullen@stevens.edu; Caldeira, R., Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research, Portugal, islandwakes@gmail.com; Doyle, J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, james.doyle@nrlmry.navy.mil; May, P., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, paul.may.ctr@nrlmry.navy.mil;

http://wakes.uma.pt

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 17915

COASTAL SALINITY VARIABILITY OVER THE EAST CHINA SEA MONITORED BY THE AQUARIUS/SAC-D MISSION

Kim, S. B., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Inst. Technology, USA, seungbum.kim@jpl.nasa.gov; Lee, J. H., Korean Ocean Istitute of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ; Hong, C. S., Korean Ocean Istitute of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ; Pang, I. C., Jeju university, Republic Of Korea, ;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13036

SIZE FRACTIONATION OF IRON, MANGANESE AND ALUMINIUM IN ANTARCTIC FAST ICE REVEALS A LITHOGENIC ORIGIN AND LOW IRON SOLUBILITY

Lannuzel, D., University of Tasmania, Australia, delphine.lannuzel@utas.edu.au; van der Merwe, P. C., University of Tasmania, Australia, Pier.VanDerMerwe@utas.edu.au; Townsend, A. T., University of Tasmania, Australia, Ashley.Townsend@utas.edu.au; Bowie, A. R., University of Tasmania, Australia, Andrew.Bowie@utas.edu.au;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16337

AN ICE-SHELF PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM: MIXING, GROWTH AND BIOMASS ACCUMULATION NEAR THE ROSS SEA ICE SHELF

Smith, W. O., VIMS, College of William & Mary, USA, wos@vims.edu; Delizo, L., VIMS, College of William & Mary, USA, delizo@vims.edu; Mosby, A. M., VIMS, College of William & Mary, USA, amosby@vims.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16487

HORIZONTAL STRUCTURE OF OCEAN PROPERTIES IN THE SOUTHERN ROSS SEA

Klinck, J., Old Dominion University, USA, klinck@ccpo.odu.edu; Dinniman, M., Old Dominion University, USA, msd@ccpo.odu.edu; Greenan, B., Bedford Institution of Oceanography, Canada, blair.greenan@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; McGillicuddy, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmcgillicuddy@whoi.edu; group, P., Various, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16697

GLIDER-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTHERN ROSS SEA

Kaufman, D. E., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary, USA, dekaufman@vims.edu; Friedrichs, M. A., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary, USA, marjy@vims.edu; Smith, W. O., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William & Mary, USA, wos@vims.edu; Heywood, K. J., School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, k.heywood@uea.ac.uk; Queste, B. Y., School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, b.queste@uea.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 15467

DEEP WATER INTRUSIONS AS AN IRON SOURCE TO THE SUMMER ROSS SEA ECOSYSTEM: THE SLOCUM ENHANCED ADAPTIVE FE ALGAL RESEARCH IN THE ROSS SEA (SEAFARERS) PROJECT

Kohut, J. T., Rutgers University, USA, kohut@marine.rutgers.edu; Kustka, A., Rutgers University, USA, kustka@andromeda.rutgers.edu; Lam, P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, pjlam@whoi.edu; Measures, C., University of Hawaii, USA, chrism@soest.hawaii.edu; Milligan, A., Oregon State University, USA, allen.milligan@science.oregonstate.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 15306

THE DISSOLVED FE, MN, AND AL CONCENTRATIONS ON THE SHELF/SLOPE IN THE ROSS SEA DURING THE 2011 SEAFARERS EXPEDITION

Hatta, M., University of Hawaii, USA, mhatta@hawaii.edu; Measures, C. I., University of Hawaii, USA, chrism@soest.hawaii.edu; Lam, P. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, pjlam@whoi.edu; Ohnemus, D. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dohnemus@whoi.edu; Grand, M. M., University of Hawaii, USA, maxime@hawaii.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 17840

A SPATIO-TEMPORAL STUDY OF THE TRANSPORT OF UPPER CIRCUMPOLAR DEEP WATER ONTO THE WESTERN ANTARCTIC PENINSULA CONTINENTAL SHELF

McKee, D. C., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, dmckee@ldeo.columbia.edu; Martinson, D. G., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, dgm@ldeo.columbia.edu; Schofield, O., Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16310

ROLE OF SUBMARINE CANYONS ON PHYTOPLANKTON DYNAMICS ALONG THE WESTERN ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

Kavanaugh, M. T., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mkavanaugh@whoi.edu; Doney, S. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sdoney@whoi.edu; Ducklow, H. W., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA, hducklow@ldeo.columbia.edu; Schofield, O., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Stammerjohn, S. E., INSTAAR, University of Colorado, USA, Sharon.Stammerjohn@colorado.edu;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14954

HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGER FOR THE COASTAL OCEAN (HICO): OVERVIEW, OPERATIONAL UPDATES, AND COASTAL OCEAN APPLICATIONS

Davis, C. O., Oregon State University, USA, cdavis@coas.oregonstate.edu; Kappus, M. E., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, mary.kappus@nrl.navy.mil ; Bowles, J. H., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, Jeffrey.Bowles@nrl.navy.mil; Evans, C. A., NASA Johnson Space Center, USA, cindy.evans-1@nasa.gov; Stefanov, W. L., NASA Johnson Space Center, USA, william.l.stefanov@nasa.gov;

http://hico.coas.oregonstate.edu

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 16525

COASTAL REMOTE SENSING USING HICO – RESULTS, CHALLENGES, AND POTENTIAL FOR OPERATIONAL BIOPHYSICAL PARAMETER ESTIMATION

Moses, W. J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, wesley.moses@nrl.navy.mil; Bowles, J. H., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, jeffrey.bowles@nrl.navy.mil; Gitelson, A. A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, agitelson2@unl.edu; Lamela, G. M., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, lamela@nrl.navy.mil; Berdnikov, S., cSouthern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation, berdnikov@ssc-ras.ru;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 18080

DISCRIMINATING PHYTOPLANKTON FUNCTIONAL TYPES (PFTS) IN THE COASTAL OCEAN USING PHYDOTAX

Palacios, S. L., NASA Ames Research Center, USA, sherry.l.palacios@nasa.gov; Schafer, C., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA, cschafer1@islander.tamucc.edu; Broughton, J., University of California - Santa Cruz, USA, jbrought@ucsc.edu; Guild, L. S., NASA Ames Research Center, USA, liane.s.guild@nasa.gov; Kudela, R. M., University of California - Santa Cruz, USA, kudela@ucsc.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 16466

IMAGING THE COASTAL OCEAN: INSIGHTS FROM USING HICO AND VIIRS DATA

Tufillaro, N., Oregon State University, USA, waitati@gmail.com; Davis, C. O., Oregon State University, USA, waitati@gmail.com; Nahorniak, J., Oregon State University, USA, waitati@gmail.com;

http://hico.coas.oregonstate.edu

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 17922

ESTIMATING ADVECTIVE SURFACE CURRENTS FROM OCEAN COLOR SATELLITE IMAGES

Yang, H., University of Southern Mississippi, USA, yhaoping@gmail.com; Arnone, R., University of Southern Mississippi, USA, Robert.Arnone@usm.edu; Jolliff, J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, Jason.Jolliff@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 16706

RETRIEVAL OF OCEAN WATER PARAMETERS FROM POLARIMETRIC OBSERVATIONS

Gilerson, A. A., City College of New York, USA, gilerson@ccny.cuny.edu; Ibrahim, A. I., City College of New York, USA, amir.i.ibrahim@gmail.com; El-Habashi, A., City College of New York, USA, aelhaba00@ccny.cuny.edu; Carrizo, C., City College of New York, USA, ccarriz00@ccny.cuny.edu; Ahmed, S. A., City College of New York, USA, ahmed@ccny.cuny.edu;

http://crest.ccny.cuny.edu

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 16319

IMPROVING CHLOROPHYLL A AND CDOM ESTIMATION FROM WATER COLOR SPECTRA WITH ADDITIONAL UV BANDS: A SIMULATION STUDY

Wei, J., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, Jianwei.Wei@umb.edu; Lee, Z. P., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, Zhongping.Lee@umb.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 13407

SATELLITE-DERIVED CDOM PROPERTIES AND DOM DISTRIBUTIONS FOR ESTUARINE AND CONTINENTAL SHELF WATERS ALONG THE NORTHEASTERN U.S. COAST

Mannino, A., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, antonio.mannino@nasa.gov; Novak, M. G., SSAI/NASA GSFC, USA, michael.novak@nasa.gov; Hyde, K., NOAA NEMFSC, USA, kimberly.hyde@noaa.gov; Hooker, S. B., NASA Goddard Spce Flight Center, USA, stanford.b.hooker@nasa.gov;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 17030

A SOLITARY LENS IN THE SOUTH-EAST PACIFIC

Rossby, T., University of Rhode Island, USA, trossby@gso.uri.edu;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 17931

DYNAMICS OF LAGRANGIAN TRACER IN NEAR-SURFACE OCEAN STUDIED WITH REAL AND SIMULATED DRIFTERS: DIFFUSION, CONNECTIVITY, AND TIME SCALES

Maximenko, N., IPRC/SOEST, University of Hawaii, USA, maximenk@hawaii.edu; Hafner, J., IPRC/SOEST, University of Hawaii, USA, jhafner@hawaii.edu; Melnichenko, O., IPRC/SOEST, University of Hawaii, USA, oleg@hawaii.edu; Belmadani, A., Department of Geophysics, Universidad de Concepcion, Chile, abelmadani@dgeo.udec.cl;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 13735

LAGRANGIAN ISOPYCNAL EDDY DIFFUSIVITIES OF AN EDDYING MODEL IN THE KUROSHIO EXTENSION

Chen, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, srchen@ucsd.edu; McClean , J. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jmcclean@ucsd.edu; Gille, S. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, sgille@ucsd.edu; Griesel, A., University of Hamburg, Germany, alexa.griesel@zmaw.de;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 13417

CONTRIBUTION OF UPWELLING FILAMENTS TO CROSS SHELF TRANSPORT OF MATTER AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS.

Mohrholz, V., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, volker.mohrholz@io-warnemuende.de; Schmidt, M., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany, martin.schmidt@io-warnemuende.de; Flohr, A., Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology Bremen, Germany, anita.flohr@zmt-bremen.de;

http://www.io-warnemuende.de

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 14249

HYDROSTATIC AND NON-HYDROSTATIC SIMULATIONS OF DENSE WATERS CASCADING OFF A SHELF: THE EAST GREENLAND CASE

Magaldi, M. G., ISMAR - CNR, Lerici (SP), Italy, marcello.magaldi@sp.ismar.cnr.it; Haine, T. W., Johns Hopkins University, USA, Thomas.Haine@jhu.edu;

http://magaldi.sp.ismar.cnr.it

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 15625

IMPORTANCE OF LARGE-SCALE EDDIES FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF OCEANIC TRACERS

Kamenkovich, I. V., RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, ikamenkovich@rsmas.miami.edu; Rypina, I. I., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, irypina@whoi.edu; Berloff, P. S., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, p.berloff@imperial.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 16197

VENTILATION OF THE EASTERN TROPICAL ATLANTIC OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE BY MESOSCALE EDDY STIRRING AND TROPICAL ZONAL JETS

Banyte, D., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, dbanyte@geomar.de; Visbeck, M., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ; Tanhua, T., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ; Fischer, T., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ; Brandt, P., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 15468

WIND-FORCED MECHANISMS ON THE NONLINEAR VORTICITY BALANCE DERIVED FROM HIGH FREQUENCY DOPPLER RADAR (HFDR) CURRENTS

Castillo-Trujillo, A. C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, acast@hawaii.edu; Flament, P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, pflament@hawaii.edu;

066 - Collaborations and Partnerships in Ocean Research and Education

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 16834

MS PHD'S: USING VIRTUAL COMMUNITY PLATFORMS TO INTEGRATE DIVERSITY, COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES AND EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS IN OCEAN SCIENCE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

Scott, O., Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA, onjale.scott@gmail.com; Johnson, A., Institute for Broadening Participation / University of Texas at Arlington, USA, ajohnson@ibparticipation.org; Williamson Whitney, V., Ohio Aerospace Institute, USA, vivian.williamson@sbcglobal.net; Ricciardi, L., Institute for Broadening Participation, USA, lricciardi@ibparticipation.org; Siegfried, D., Institute for Broadening Participation, USA, dsiegfried@ibparticipation.org;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17720

SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS PROVIDE MIDDLE STUDENTS WITH OPPORTUNITIES, TOOLS, AND STRATEGIES TO EXPLORE MARINE ECOLOGY

LaChance, R. S., Kapolei Middle School, USA, scott_lachance@notes.k12.hi.us;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 15559

MIDWEST TO MID-OCEAN; MAKING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SCIENTISTS AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Lodes, K. M., St. Joseph's Academy, USA, klodes@stjosephacademy.org; Page, M. C., St. Joseph's Academy, USA, ; Ponder, K. A., St. Joseph's Academy, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13721

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES IN MARINE SCIENCE (REMS) SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM AT THE HAWAI‘I INSTITUTE OF MARINE BIOLOGY (HIMB)

Rivera, M. A., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, maliar@hawaii.edu; Manning, M. M., Kapiolani Community College, USA, mmanning@hawaii.edu; Gorospe, K. D., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kgorospe@hawaii.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17792

ENGAGING TEACHERS AND SCIENTISTS IN THE TRANSITION TO NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING STANDARDS

Peach, C. L., University of California, San Diego/Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, cpeach@ucsd.edu; Villenueva, M., Sweetwater Unified School District, USA, m4villanueva@ucsd.edu; Trecha, C., University of California, San Diego, CREATE, USA, cristina.trecha@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17230

DEVELOPING STUDENT-SCIENTIST PARTNERSHIPS TO ENRICH UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE EDUCATION, CULTIVATE SUSTAINABLE THINKING, AND FOSTER OCEAN STEWARDSHIP

Luther, R. A., University of Southern Mississippi, USA, rachel.luther@usm.edu; Reader, H. E., Lund University, Sweden, heather.reader@biol.lu.se;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17589

COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS THROUGH THE KA‘ANAPALI MAKAI WATCH PROGRAM IN SUPPORT OF A UNIQUE PROTECTED AREA ON MAUI

Foote, E. A., Coral Reef Alliance, USA, Lfoote@coral.org; Diamond, J., Coral Reef Alliance, USA, jdiamond@coral.org;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13682

HOW DO WE FUND YOUNG, RISKY, BLUE-SKY RESEARCH? NEW COLLABORATIVE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES IN A DIGITAL AGE

McNeil, B., University of New South Wales, Australia, b.mcneil@unsw.edu.au;

073 - Ocean salinity and water cycle variability and change

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15642

VALIDATE AQUARIUS SATELLITE MEASURED SEA SURFACE SALINITY WITH IN SITU DATA FROM SPURS

Zhang, H., UCLA, USA, zhc216@gmail.com; Chao, Y., UCLA, USA, ychao001@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 16108

SEA SURFACE SALINITY: RESOLVING ISSUES OF TIME AND SPACE

Banks, C. J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, chris.banks@noc.ac.uk; Gommenginger, C. P., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, cg1@noc.ac.uk; Srokosz, M. A., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, mas@noc.ac.uk; Snaith, H. M., British Oceanographic Data Centre, United Kingdom, h.snaith@bodc.ac.uk;

http://smos-sos.org

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 13593

AQUARIUS AND SMOS DETECT EFFECTS OF AN EXTREME MISSISSIPPI RIVER FLOODING EVENT IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Vazquez, J., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, USA, jorge.vazquez@jpl.nasa.gov; Gierach, M. M., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, USA, michelle.m.gierach@jpl.nasa.gov; Lee, T., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, USA, tlee@jpl.nasa.gov; Tsontos, V. M., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, USA, jorge.vazquez@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15043

THE LA PLATA RIVER PLUME: AQUARIUS OBSERVATIONS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS

Matano, R. P., Oregon State University, USA, rmatano@coas.oregonstate.edu; Combes, V., Oregon State University, USA, vincent.combes@gmail.com; Strub, P. T., Oregon State University, USA, tstrub@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17649

SEA SURFACE SALINITY SIGNATURE OF THE MADDEN-JULIAN OSCILLATION IN TWO YEARS OF AQUARIUS OBSERVATIONS

Guan, B., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, bin.guan@jpl.nasa.gov; Halkides, D. J., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, Daria.J.Halkides@jpl.nasa.gov; Lee, T., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, tlee@jpl.nasa.gov; Waliser, D. E., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, duane.e.waliser@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15356

OBSERVING THE SALINITY FRONTS IN THE TROPICAL PACIFIC USING AQUARIUS OBSERVATIONS – A PRACTICAL APPLICATION FOR THE SPURS-2 PROJECT

KAO, H., Earth & Space Research, USA, hkao@esr.org; Lagerloef, G., Earth & Space Research, USA, lager@esr.org;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 16715

CONSTRAINING FRESHWATER FLUXES AND OCEAN ESTIMATES WITH AQUARIUS AND SMOS SALINITY

Vinogradova, N. T., Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), USA, nadya@aer.com; Ponte, R. M., Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), USA, rponte@aer.com; Fukumori, I., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, ichiro.fukumori@jpl.nasa.gov; Wang, O., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, , ou.wang@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 18078

SENSITIVITY AND VERIFICATION STUDY OF THE ASSIMILATION OF SATELLITE SEA SURFACE SALINITY FIELDS IN AN NCEP OPERATIONAL OCEAN FORECAST SYSTEM

Bayler, E. J., NOAA/NESDIS Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR), USA, Eric.Bayler@noaa.gov; Nadiga, S., IMSG at NOAA/NWS/Environmental Modeling Center, USA, Sudhir.Nadiga@noaa.gov; Mehra, A., NOAA/NWS/Environmental Modeling Center, USA, Avichal.Mehra@noaa.gov; Behringer, D., NOAA/NWS/Environmental Modeling Center, USA, David.Behringer@noaa.gov;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17786

NUTRIENT BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF WETLAND-DOMINATED COASTAL SYSTEMS: MISSISSIPPI RIVER DELTAIC FLOODPLAIN

Twilley, R. R., LSU, USA, rtwilley@lsu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 14408

DISTRIBUTION AND SIZE FRACTIONATION OF ELEMENTAL SULFUR ALONG REDOX GRADIENTS IN TWO MARINE ENVIRONMENTS: THE CHESAPEAKE BAY AND MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE

Findlay, A. J., University of Delaware, USA, afindlay@udel.edu; Gartman, A., University of Delaware, USA, agartman@udel.edu; Hanson, T. E., University of Delaware, USA, tehanson@udel.edu; Luther, III, G. W., University of Delaware, USA, luther@udel.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 15085

CLIMATE CHANGE AND ESTUARINE WETLAND CARBON SEQUESTRATION

Hopkinson, C. S., University of Georgia, USA, chopkins@uga.edu; Cai, W. J., University of Delaware, USA, wcai@udel.edu; Morris, J. T., University of South Carolina, , morris@inlet.geol.sc.edu; Kirwan, M. L., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, kirwan@vims.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13017

ESTUARINE AND COASTAL SHELLFISH AND POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS: MORE COMPREHENSIVE RISK ASSESSMENTS NEEDED.

Farrington, J. W., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jfarrington@whoi.edu;

http://www.whoi.edu

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13210

FRESHWATER INFLOW TO ESTUARIES: WATER RUN TO WASTE?

Montagna, P. A., Texas A&M Univ.-Corpus Christi, USA, paul.montagna@tamucc.edu;

http://www.harteresearchinstitute.org/dr-paul-montagna

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 15235

NITROGEN CYCLING BY SPONGES IN FLORIDA BAY, USA

Hoer, D. R., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, hoer@email.unc.edu; Tommerdahl, J. P., Stanford University, USA, jtommerd@stanford.edu ; Martens, C. S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, cmartens@email.unc.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 13896

CLIMATE EFFECTS ON PHYTOPLANKTON DYNAMICS IN CHESAPEAKE BAY

Harding, L. W., Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences - University of California, Los Angeles, USA, lharding@atmos.ucla.edu; Adolf, J. E., Marine Sciences Department, University of Hawaii Hilo, USA, jadolf@hawaii.edu; Miller, W. D., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, dave.miller@nrl.navy.mil; Perry, E. S., Statistics Consultant, USA, eperry@chesapeake.net; Mallonee, M. E., Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin , USA, mmallone@chesapeakebay.net;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17496

CONSEQUENCES BELOWGROUND OF INCREASED NUTRIENT LOADING TO COASTAL MARSHES

Turner, R. E., Louisiana State University, USA, euturne@lsu.edu; Bodker, E., Louisiana State University, USA, ebodker@aol.com; Tweel, A., Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, USA, atweel@gmail.com; Schulz, C., Southeastern Louisiana University, USA, christopher.schulz@selu.edu;

079 - Rising Sea Level: Contributions and Future Projections

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 14234

DECADAL CHANGE OF THE DEEP AND UPPER OCEAN HEAT CONTENT OF THE NORTH-EAST ATLANTIC

King, B. A., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, b.king@noc.ac.uk; Desbruyères, D., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, dades@noc.ac.uk; McDonagh, E. L., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, e.mcdonagh@noc.ac.uk; Astley, A., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, a.astley@noc.soton.ac.uk; Garry, F. K., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, fkg1g09@soton.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 16886

DEEPER OCEAN REMOTE SENSING AND DEEPER OCEAN RESPONSE TO GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

Yan, X. H., University of Delaware, USA, xiaohai@udel.edu; Wang, W. Q., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology (SCSIO), CAS , China, weiqiang.wang@scsio.ac.cn; Hu, R. J., Ocean University of China, China, huruijin@ouc.edu.cn ; Wu, X. B., Xiamen University, China, xbwu@xmu.edu.cn; Klemas, V., University of Delaware, USA, klemas@udel.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15029

QUANTIFYING THE CONTRIBUTION OF WIND STRESS AND DIABATIC FORCING TO DECADAL SEA LEVEL TRENDS OVER 1993-2010

LLOVEL, W., JPL/NASA/CALTECH, USA, william.llovel@jpl.nasa.gov; FUKUMORI, I., JPL/NASA/CALTECH, USA, ichiro.fukumori@jpl.nasa.gov; WANG, O., JPL/NASA/CALTECH, USA, ou.wang@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 12996

SEA LEVEL CHANGES FORCED BY SOUTHERN OCEAN WINDS

Frankcombe, L., Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia, l.frankcombe@unsw.edu.au; Spence, P., Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia, paul.spence@unsw.edu.au; Hogg, A., Research School of Earth Science, Australian National University, Australia, andy.hogg@anu.edu.au; England, M., Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia, m.england@unsw.edu.au; Griffies, S., NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, USA, stephen.griffies@noaa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 14673

ATTRIBUTION OF PAST GLACIER MASS LOSS TO ANTHROPOGENIC AND NATURAL CLIMATE FORCING

Marzeion, B., University of Innsbruck, Austria, ben.marzeion@uibk.ac.at; Richter, K., University of Innsbruck, Austria, kristin.richter@uibk.ac.at; Cogley, J. G., Trent University, Canada, gcogley1@cogeco.ca; Parkes, D., University of Innsbruck, Austria, david.parkes@uibk.ac.at;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 16183

THE IMPACT OF FUTURE SEA-LEVEL RISE ON THE TIDES

Pickering, M. D., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, Mark.Pickering@noc.soton.ac.uk; Blundell, J. R., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, jeff@noc.soton.ac.uk; Hirschi, J. J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, joel.hirschi@noc.ac.uk; Horsburgh, K. J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, kevinh@noc.ac.uk; Nicholls, R. J., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, R.J.Nicholls@soton.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15569

PROJECTIONS OF EXTREME SEA LEVEL VARIABILITY DUE TO EL NIÑO TAIMASA

Widlansky, M. J., University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, mwidlans@hawaii.edu; Timmermann, A., University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, axel@hawaii.edu; McGregor, S., University of New South Wales, Australia, shayne.mcgregor@unsw.edu.au; Stuecker, M. F., University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, stuecker@hawaii.edu; Chikamoto, Y., University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA, chika44@hawaii.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13579

IMPACTS OF SEA-LEVEL RISE, TROPICAL CYCLONES, AND CLIMATE CHANGE ON COASTAL INUNDATION IN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY

Reed, A. J., Penn State University, USA, axr5145@psu.edu; Mann, M. E., Penn State University, USA, mann@meteo.psu.edu; Lin, N., Princeton University, USA, nlin@Princeton.EDU; Kemp, A. C., Yale University, USA, Andrew.kemp@yale.edu; Emanuel, K. A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, emanuel@mit.edu;

092 - From VERTEX to GEOTRACES: honoring Ken Bruland's contributions to marine biogeochemical cycles

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14852

DISSOLVED TRACE METALS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC FROM 2003 TO 2013: RESULTS FROM THE A16N CLIVAR/REPEAT HYDROGRAPHY SECTIONS

Landing, W. M., Florida State University, USA, wlanding@fsu.edu; Morton, P. L., Florida State University, USA, pmorton@fsu.edu; Shelley, R. U., Florida State University, USA, rshelley@fsu.edu; Resing, J. A., JISAO; University of Washington, USA, Joseph.Resing@noaa.gov; Barrett, P. M., JISAO; University of Washington, USA, barrettp@uw.edu;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17062

INVESTIGATIONS OF IRON BIOGEOCHEMISTRY IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM

Barbeau, K. A., University of California, San Diego, USA, kbarbeau@ucsd.edu; King, A. L., NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, andrew.king@gmail.com; Hopkinson, B. M., University of Georgia, USA, bmhopkin@uga.edu; Buck, K. N., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, Kristen.Buck@bios.edu; Bundy, R. M., University of California, San Diego, USA, rmbundy@ucsd.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13354

THE DISTRIBUTION AND SIZE-PARTITIONING OF TRACE METALS IN SURFACE WATERS OF THE BERING SEA

Hurst, M., Humboldt State University, USA, mph3@humboldt.edu; Janssen, D., University of Victoria, Canada, djj18@uvic.ca; Cullen, J. T., University of Victoria, Canada, jcullen@uvic.ca; Bruland, K. W., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, bruland@ucsc.edu;

http://web.uvic.ca/~jcullen/CullenLab/Cullen_Lab_Home.html

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17835

IRON AND RELATED PARAMETERS ALONG THE GULF OF ALASKA SHELF

Aguilar-Islas, A. M., University of Alaska Fairbanks/Institute of Marine Science, USA, amaguilarislas@alaska.edu; Seguret, M., University of Alaska Fairbanks/Institute of Marine Science, USA, mseguret@alaska.edu; Rember, R., University of Alaska Fairbanks/International Arctic Research Center, USA, rrember@iarc.uaf.edu; Stockwell, D., University of Alaska Fairbanks/Institute of Marine Science, USA, dstockwell@alaska.edu; Buck, K., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, kristen.buck@bios.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 17661

CONTRASTING BEHAVIOR OF IRON AND MANGANESE ON THE PERUVIAN SHELF ARISE FROM IRON “TRAPPING” .

Moffett, J. W., University of Southern California, USA, jmoffett@usc.edu; Vedamati, J., University of Southern California, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 16073

A MERIDIONAL COBALT SECTION FROM THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC.

Hawco, N. J., MIT/WHOI Joint Program, USA, nhawco@whoi.edu; McIlvin, M. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mmcilvin@whoi.edu; Saito, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, msaito@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 15741

ZINC DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN: THE USE OF A NEW TRACER ZN*

Lohan, M. C., University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, maeve.lohan@plymouth.ac.uk; Wyatt, N., University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, neil.wyatt@plymouth.ac.uk; Milne, A., University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, angela.milne@plymouth.ac.uk; Middag, R., Univeristy of Otago, United Kingdom, rob.middag@otago.ac.nz; Conway, T. M., University of South Carolina, USA, tconway@geol.sc.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14643

EXCELLENT CONSISTENCY OF DISSOLVED MANGANESE, IRON, COBALT, NICKEL, COPPER, ZINC, CADMIUM AND LEAD AT THE BERMUDA CROSSOVER STATION OF TWO GEOTRACES SECTIONS

Rijkenberg, M., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, micha.rijkenberg@nioz.nl; Middag, R., University of Otago, New Zealand, rob.middag@otago.ac.nz; Conway, T., University of South Carolina, USA, tconway@geol.sc.edu; Bruland, K., University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, bruland@ucsc.edu; de Baar, H., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, hein.de.baar@nioz.nl;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16560

THE POTENTIAL OF A MARINE INVERTEBRATE TO ADAPT TO FUTURE OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Pansch, C., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, ch.pansch@gmail.com; Schaub, I., University of Rostock, Germany, ; Havenhand, J., University of Gothenburg, , ; Wahl, M., GEOMAR Kiel, Germany, ;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13428

THE INFLUENCE OF OCEANIC-CLIMATIC CONDITIONS IN RECRUITMENT IN DIFFERENT TEMPORAL SCALES: THE IMPORTANCE OF WIND, SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND CHLOROPHYLL-A

Mazzuco, A. C., CEBIMar/Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, ac.mazzuco@me.com; Ciotti, A. M., CEBIMar/Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, ciotti@usp.br; Christofoletti, R. A., Departamento de Ciências do Mar/Universidade Federal de São Paulo, , christofoletti@unifesp.br; Starczak, V. R., Biology Department/ Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, vstarczak@whoi.edu; Pineda, J., Biology Department/ Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16550

OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ECOLOGICAL DRIVERS OF SPATIAL STRUCTURE IN A ROCKY INTERTIDAL META-ECOSYSTEM

Menge, B. A., Oregon State University, USA, mengeb@oregonstate.edu; Gouhier, T. C., Northeastern University, USA, Tarik.Gouhier@gmail.com; Hacker, S. D., Oregon State University, USA, hackers@science.oregonstate.edu; Chan, F., Oregon State University, USA, chanft@science.oregonstate.edu; Nielsen, K. J., Sonoma State University, USA, karina.nielsen@sonoma.edu;

http://lucile.science.oregonstate.edu

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 17940

BUFFER CAPACITY, ECOSYSTEM FEEDBACKS, AND CORAL GROWTH UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY

Jury, C. P., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jurycp@hawaii.edu; Thomas, F. I., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, fithomas@hawaii.edu; Atkinson, M. J., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Jokiel, P. L., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jokiel@hawaii.edu; Toonen, R. J., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, toonen@hawaii.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 16071

TURBULENT SCALES ALONG A GRADIENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY ON A CORAL REEF

Guadayol, O., University of Hull, United Kingdom, oscar@guadayol.cat; Silbiger, N. J., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, silbiger@hawaii.edu; Donahue, M. J., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, donahuem@hawaii.edu; Thomas, F. I., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, fithomas@hawaii.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 15299

VARIATION IN CORAL METABOLITE PRODUCTION AFTER EXPOSURE TO GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE STRESSORS IS SPECIES SPECIFIC

Sogin, E. M., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, esogin@hawaii.edu; Putnam, H. M., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ; Paul, A. E., College of Charleston , USA, ; Gates, R. D., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 14466

REEFS SHIFT FROM NET ACCRETION TO NET EROSION WITH RISING OCEAN ACIDITY

Silbiger, N. J., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, silbiger@hawaii.edu; Guadayol, O., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, oscar@guadayol.cat; Thomas, F. I., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, fithomas@hawaii.edu; Donahue, M. J., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, , ;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15234

HOPE VALLEY DOME (I): WATER-MASS CHARACTERISTICS AND FORMATION MECHANISM

KIKUCHI, T., JAMSTEC, Japan, takashik@jamstec.go.jp; NISHINO, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, nishinos@jamstec.go.jp; WATANABE, E., JAMSTEC, Japan, ejnabe@jamstec.go.jp;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13371

ROLE OF SHELFBREAK UPWELLING ON PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE BEAUFORT AND CHUKCHI SEAS

Pickart, R. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rpickart@whoi.edu; Spall, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mspall@whoi.edu; Schulze, L. M., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, l.schulze@noc.soton.ac.uk; Moore, G. W., University of Toronto, Canada, gwk.moore@utoronto.ca ; Brugler, E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ebrugler@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 16679

THE FUTURE CHUKCHI SEA: WHAT A COMPARISON WITH THE BARENTS SEA TELLS US

Hunt, G. L., University of Washington, USA, geohunt2@uw.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15424

MELTED SEA ICE IN AN UNDER-ICE PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM IN THE CHUKCHI SEA

Cooper, L. W., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, cooper@umces.edu; Frey, K. E., Clark University, USA, kfrey@clarku.edu; Wood, C. L., Clark University, USA, ChWood@clarku.edu; Grebmeier, J. M., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, jgrebmei@umces.edu;

http://arctic.cbl.umces.edu

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13390

MODELING THE IMPACTS OF SEA ICE RETREAT, THINNING, AND MELT POND PROLIFERATION ON THE SUMMER PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM IN THE CHUKCHI SEA, ARCTIC OCEAN

Palmer, M. A., ExxonMobil Research and Engineering, USA, molly.a.palmer@exxonmobil.com; Arrigo, K. R., Stanford University, USA, arrigo@stanford.edu; Saenz, B. T., University of Santa Cruz, USA, blsaenz@gmail.com;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13864

CHARACTERIZING THE SUBSURFACE CHLOROPHYLL A MAXIMUM IN THE CHUKCHI SEA AND CANADA BASIN

Brown, Z. W., Stanford University, USA, zwbrown@stanford.edu; Lowry, K. E., Stanford University, USA, lowryk@stanford.edu; Mills, M. M., Stanford University, USA, mmmills@stanford.edu; Van Dijken, G. L., Stanford University, USA, gertvd@stanford.edu; Arrigo, K. R., Stanford University, USA, arrigo@stanford.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 14966

TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EXPORT VARIABILITY OF ALGAL COMMUNITIES FROM LAND FAST ARCTIC SEA ICE

Kinzler, K. P., Arizona State University, USA, kyle.kinzler@asu.edu; McHugh, C., Arizona State University, USA, cemchugh@asu.edu; Aumack, C., Columbia University, USA, aumackcr@gmail.com; Juhl, A., Columbia University, USA, andyjuhl@ldeo.columbia.edu; Neuer, S., Arizona State University, USA, susanne.neuer@asu.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13352

MICROZOOPLANKTON IN A WARMING ARCTIC? TINTINNIDS AND RADIOLARIANS OF THE CHUKCHI SEA IN THE CONTRASTING SUMMERS OF 2011 AND 2012

Dolan, J. R., Lab Oceanogr CNRS Villefranche, France, dolan@obs-vlfr.fr; Yang, E. J., Polar Climate Research, Korea Polar Research Institute, KORDI, Republic Of Korea, ejyang@kopri.re.kr; Kim, T. W., Polar Climate Research, Korea Polar Research Institute, KORDI, Republic Of Korea, ; Kang, S. H., Polar Climate Research, Korea Polar Research Institute, KORDI, Republic Of Korea, ;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 14729

ARCTIC FRESHWATER AND HEAT FLUXES: VARIABILITY, AND ASSESSMENT

Bacon, S., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, s.bacon@noc.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 16740

PROPERTIES AND PATHWAYS OF THE ARTIC’S PACIFIC SUMMER WATER: 2003 – 2013

Timmermans, M. L., Yale University, USA, mary-louise.timmermans@yale.edu; Proshutinsky, A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, aproshutinsky@whoi.edu; Goloubeva, E., Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation, elen@ommfao.sscc.ru; Krishfield, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rkrishfield@whoi.edu; Toole, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jtoole@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 15386

MULTI-YEAR OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF DAVIS STRAIT TRANSPORTS

Curry, B., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, beth4cu@uw.edu; Lee, C. M., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, craig@apl.washington.edu; Petrie, B., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, Brian.Petrie@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Mortiz, R. E., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, dickm@apl.washington.edu; Kowk, R., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, ronald.kwok@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 14123

ON THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN THE CIRCULATION OF THE SURFACE AND INTERMEDIATE LAYERS OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Lique, C., Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, camille@earth.ox.ac.uk; Johnson, H. L., Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, helenj@earth.ox.ac.uk; Davis, P. E., Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, peterd@earth.ox.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 13944

A SIMPLE MODEL FOR THE HALOCLINE AND CIRCULATION OF ATLANTIC WATER IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN

Spall, M. A., WHOI, USA, mspall@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 14149

PRECONDITIONING ARCTIC OUTFLOWS WEST AND EAST OF GREENLAND: OCEAN CIRCULATION IN THE LINCOLN SEA AND WESTERN FRAM STRAIT IN EDDY PERMITTING GLOBAL OCEAN MODELS

Aksenov, Y., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, yka@noc.ac.uk; Bacon, S., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, s.bacon@noc.ac.uk; Regan, H. C., Graduate School of the National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, hcr1g12@soton.ac.uk; Nurser, A. G., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, g.nurser@noc.ac.uk; Coward, A. C., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, acc@noc.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 13266

A SIMPLE TOPOGRAPHICALLY CONTROLLED SHELF CIRCULATION MODEL - INTRUSION OF ATLANTIC WATER ON AN ARCTIC SHELF

Nilsen, F., The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Norway, frank.nilsen@unis.no; Vaardal-Lunde, J., Multiconsult, Norway, juni.vaardal.lunde@multiconsult.no; Skogseth, R., The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Norway, ragnheid.skogseth@unis.no;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 15048

OBSERVATIONS AND MECHANISMS OF NEAR-UNIFORM SEA LEVEL AND OCEAN BOTTOM PRESSURE FLUCTUATIONS SPANNING THE ARCTIC OCEAN AND THE NORDIC SEAS

Fukumori, I., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech, USA, Ichiro.Fukumorii@jpl.nasa.gov; Wang, O., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech, USA, Ou.Wang@jpl.nasa.gov; Llovel, W., Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech, USA, William.Llovel@jpl.nasa.gov;

142 - Understanding and simulating ENSO in past, present and future climates

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 13255

INFERRED CHANGES IN EL NIÑO-SOUTHERN OSCILLATION VARIANCE OVER THE PAST SIX CENTURIES

McGregor, S., Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW, Australia, shayne.mcgregor@unsw.edu.au; Timmermann, A., IPRC, University of Hawaii, USA, axel@hawaii.edu; England, M. H., Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW, Australia, m.england@unsw.edu.au; Elison Timm, O., University at Albany, State University of New York, USA, oelisontimm@albany.edu; Wittenberg, A. T., GFDL, NOAA, USA, andrew.wittenberg@noaa.gov;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16200

THE STRONG FAR-EASTERN PACIFIC EL NIÑO IN 1925-26, REVISITED

Takahashi, K., Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Peru, ken.takahashi@igp.gob.pe; Martinez, A. G., Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Peru, alejandra.martinez@igp.gob.pe; Mosquera-Vasquez, K. A., Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Peru, kobi.mosquera@igp.gob.pe;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15403

A VARIANCE HEAT BUDGET OF ENSO

Boucharel, J., University of Hawaii, USA, bouch@hawaii.edu; Timmermann, A., University of Hawaii, USA, axel@hawaii.edu; Jin, F. F., University of Hawaii, USA, jff@hawaii.edu; England, M., University of New South Wales at Sydney, Australia, m.england@unsw.edu.au; Santoso, A., University of New South Wales at Sydney, Australia, a.santoso@unsw.edu.au;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16077

MORE FREQUENT EMERGENCE OF EL NIÑO PROPAGATION ASYMMETRY DUE TO GREENHOUSE WARMING

Santoso, A., University of New South Wales, Australia, a.santoso@unsw.edu.au; McGregor, S., University of New South Wales, Australia, shayne.mcgregor@unsw.edu.au; Jin, F. F., University of Hawaii, USA, jff@hawaii.edu; Cai, W., CSIRO, Australia, wenju.cai@csiro.au; England, M. H., University of New South Wales, Australia, m.england@unsw.edu.au;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15064

A COMBINATION MODE OF ANNUAL CYCLE AND THE EL NIÑO-SOUTHERN OSCILLATION: GENESIS, IMPACTS AND ATTRIBUTION OF AIR/SEA COUPLING

Stuecker, M. F., UH Manoa, USA, stuecker@soest.hawaii.edu; Timmermann, A., UH Manoa, USA, axel@hawaii.edu; Jin, F. F., UH Manoa, USA, jff@hawaii.edu; McGregor, S., University of New South Wales, Australia, shayne.mcgregor@unsw.edu.au; Ren, H. L., National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration, China, renhl@cma.gov.cn;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14625

ANALYSIS OF THE ENSO STABILITY IN THE MID-HOLOCENE SIMULATIONS OF PMIP MODELS

ZHENG, W., LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences , China, zhengwp@mail.iap.ac.cn; CHEN, L., LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences , China, cl4v@mail.iap.ac.cn; YU, Y., LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences , China, yyq@lasg.iap.ac.cn;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15413

EL NIÑO RESPONSE TO GREENHOUSE WARMING DUE TO TIME-VARYING INDO-PACIFIC DIFFERENTIAL WARMING

Kim, S., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, seontae.kim@csiro.au; Cai, W., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, Wenju.Cai@csiro.au; Jin, F., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jff@hawaii.edu; Santoso, A., University of New South Wales, Australia, a.santoso@unsw.edu.a;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 14295

ORIGINS OF TROPICAL PACIFIC DECADAL VARIABILITY: ROLE OF STOCHASTIC ATMOSPHERIC FORCING FROM THE SOUTH PACIFIC

Okumura, Y. M., University of Texas at Austin, USA, yukoo@ig.utesas.edu;

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

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 14132

SIMULATED STRENGTHENING OF THE ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION IN RESPONSE TO ABYSSAL OCEAN WARMING AROUND ANTARCTICA

Patara, L., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, lpatara@geomar.de; Boening, C. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, cboening@geomar.de;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 13566

TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF THE MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION AT 34.5°S: RESULTS FROM TWO PILOT BOUNDARY ARRAYS IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC

Meinen, C., NOAA/AOML, USA, Chris.Meinen@noaa.gov; Speich, S., Univ. Brest/IFREMER, France, speich@univ-brest.fr; Perez, R., UM/CIMAS & NOAA/AOML, USA, renellys.c.perez@noaa.gov; Dong, S., UM/CIMAS & NOAA/AOML, USA, shenfu.dong@noaa.gov; Piola, A., SHN & Univ. Buenos Aires, Argentina, apiola@hidro.gov.ar;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 15202

ON WHAT TIMESCALE DOES THE ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION INFLUENCE THE ATMOSPHERE?

Donohoe, A., MIT, USA, thedhoe@mit.edu; Marshall, J., MIT, USA, johncmarshall54@gmail.com; Green, B., MIT, USA, brianmg@mit.edu; Armour, K., MIT, , karmour@mit.edu; Ferreira, D., University of Reading, , dfer@mit.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 13154

SOME NEW PERSPECTIVES ON FRONTAL AIR-SEA EXCHANGE OVER THE GULF STREAM IN CLIMODE

Joyce, T. M., WHOI, USA, tjoyce@whoi.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 14716

POTENTIAL IMPORTANCE OF A MIDLATITUDE OCEANIC FRONTAL ZONE IN THE ATMOSPHERIC ANNULAR-MODE VARIABILITY

Nakamura, H., University of Tokyo, Japan, hisashi@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Ogawa, F., University of Tokyo, Japan, fogawa@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Nishii, K., University of Tokyo, Japan, nishii@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Miyasaka, T., University of Tokyo, , miyasaka@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Kuwano-Yoshida, A., JAMSTEC, Japan, akiray@jamstec.go.jp;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 14814

THE RESPONSE OF THE PACIFIC STORM TRACK AND ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION TO KUROSHIO EXTENSION VARIABILITY

O'Reilly, C. H., Hokkaido University, Japan, cor@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp; Czaja, A., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, a.czaja@ic.ac.uk;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 14380

EXTREME AIR-SEA SURFACE FLUXES IN MID LATITUDES - ORIGINS AND MECHANISMS

Gulev, S., IORAS, Russian Federation, gul@sail.msk.ru; Tilinina, N., IORAS, Russian Federation, gul@sail.msk.ru;

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166 - Aquatic biology

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 13283

DOES PLASTICITY HELP ACANTHASTER PLANCI OUTBREAKS TO SPREAD?

Sigl, R., University Bayreuth, Germany, robert.sigl@uni-bayreuth.de; Settles, M., Technical University Munich, Germany, msettles@tum.de; Laforsch, C., University Bayreuth, Germany, christian.laforsch@uni-bayreuth.de;

2/26/2014 | 10:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 14434

INTRASPECIFIC DIVERSITY AFFECTS ECOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS

Smee, D. L., Texas A&M - Corpus Christi, USA, lee.smee@tamucc.edu; Overath, R. D., Texas A&M - Corpus Christi, USA, deborah.overath@tamucc.edu; Johnson, K. D., Texas A&M - Corpus Christi, USA, ; Sanchez, J. A., Texas A&M - Corpus Christi, , ;

2/26/2014 | 11:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16478

CHARACTERIZING THE TROPHIC ROLE OF DEMERSAL PREDATORS ON ROCKY REEFS OF AN ISOLATED EQUATORIAL ISLAND

Pinheiro, I. G., Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil, oc.igoremiliano@gmail.com; Layman, C. A., North Carolina State University, USA, calayman@ncsu.edu; Leite, T. S., Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, leite_ts@yahoo.com.br; Castello, J. P., Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil, docjpc@furg.br;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17733

AMPHIPODA (CRUSTACEA) IN MARYLAND COASTAL BAYS: ABUNDANCE, SPECIES COMPOSITION, AND DISTRIBUTION IN RELATION TO MACROALGAE

Morales-Núñez, A. G., University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES), USA, agmorales@umes.edu; Chigbu, P., University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES), USA, pchigbu@umes.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 17470

SEASONALITY AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF CLADOCERANS IN THE MARYLAND COASTAL BAYS

Oghenekaro, E. U., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, euoghenekaro@umes.edu; Chigbu, P., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, pchigbu@umes.edu;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16269

THE INFLUENCE OF NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY ON TURTLEGRASS REPRODUCTIVE STATUS

Darnell, K. M., The University of Texas Marine Science Institute, USA, kellymdarnell@utexas.edu; Dunton, K. H., The University of Texas Marine Science Institute, USA, ken.dunton@utexas.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16575

DISENTANGLING LOCAL AND SEASCAPE-LEVEL EFFECTS OF HABITAT ON PREDATOR-PREY INTERACTIONS

Chacin, D. H., University of South Florida, USA, dchacin@mail.usf.edu; Stallings, C. D., University of South Florida, USA, stallings@usf.edu;

2/26/2014 | 12:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 16462

USE OF PHOTOMOSAIC IMAGES TO CHARACTERIZE FISH COMMUNITIES AT LUCKY STRIKE HYDROTHERMAL VENT SITE

Sancho, G., College of Charleston, USA, sanchog@cofc.edu; Miller, J., College of Charleston, USA, jnmiller.cofc@gmail.com; Escartin, J., Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris , France, escartin.javier@gmail.com; Barreyre, T., Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris , France, thibaut.barreyre@gmail.com; Garcia, R., Universitat de Girona, Spain, rafael.garcia@udg.edu ;

176 - AGU, ASLO & TOS Award Presentations

2/26/2014 | 10:30 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 18144

The AGU Sverdrup Award Lecture - Dissolved Organic Matter in the Ocean Carbon Cycle

Hansell, D. A., University of Miami, USA, ;

2/26/2014 | 11:15 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 18145

The ASLO G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award

Herndl, G. J., University of Vienna, Austria, ;

2/26/2014 | 11:45 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 18146

The TOS Munk Award Lecture-Ten Years of Seismic Oceanography: Accomplishments and Challenges

Holbrook, W. S., University of Wyoming/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;