Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/27/2014 | 08:00 - 10:00 | ORAL

005 - Air-Sea Gas Exchange

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 17024

HIWINGS – RECENT RESULTS FROM A HIGH WIND GAS EXCHANGE STUDY IN THE LABRADOR SEA

Blomquist, B. W., University of Hawaii, USA, blomquis@hawaii.edu; Huebert, B. J., Univ Hawaii, USA, huebert@hawaii.edu; Fairall, C., Physical Science Division, NOAA-ETL , USA, Chris.Fairall@noaa.gov; Hare, J., Univ Hawaii - JIMAR, USA, jhare@hawaii.edu; Brooks, I., Univ of Leeds, United Kingdom, i.brooks@see.leeds.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 15230

LONG-TERM SOUTHERN OCEAN AIR-SEA CO2 FLUX BY EDDY COVARIANCE FROM AN ICE BREAKER

Butterworth, B. J., University at Albany, SUNY, USA, bbutterworth@albany.edu; Miller, S. D., University at Albany, SUNY, USA, smiller@albany.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 16348

ANALYSIS OF THE PKT CORRECTION FOR DIRECT CO2 FLUX MEASUREMENTS OVER THE OCEAN

Landwehr, S., School of Physics and Ryan Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, sebastian.landwehr@gmail.com; Miller, S. D., Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA, ; Smith, M. J., National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), PrivateBag 14-901 Kilbirnie, Wellington, New Zealand, ; Saltzman, E. S., Department of Earth Sciences, University of California, Irvine, CA, USA, ; Ward, B., School of Physics and Ryan Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, ;

http://airsea.nuigalway.ie

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 13038

EDDY COVARIANCE MEASUREMENTS OF AIR-SEA OVOC TRANSFER OVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

Yang, M., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, miya@pml.ac.uk; Nightingale, P., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, PDN@pml.ac.uk; Liss, P., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, p.liss@uea.ac.uk; Johnson, M., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, martin.johnson@uea.ac.uk; Blomquist, B., University of Hawaii, USA, blomquis@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 312 | Abstract ID 16602

EDDY COVARIANCE FLUX MEASUREMENTS OF GLYOXAL OVER THE TROPICAL PACIFIC OCEAN DURING TORERO 2012

Coburn, S., University of Colorado, USA, sean.coburn@colorado.edu; Ortega, I., University of Colorado, USA, ivan.ortega@colorado.edu; Blomquist, B., University of Hawaii, USA, blomquis@hawaii.edu; Fairall, C. W., NOAA, USA, chris.fairall@noaa.gov; Volkamer, R., University of Colorado, USA, rainer.volkamer@colorado.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 312 | Abstract ID 18084

THEORETICAL AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF CARBONATE REACTION TIME SCALES ON THERMAL EFFECTS OF AIR-SEA CO2 FLUX

Fairall, C. W., NOAA ESRL, USA, chris.fairall@noaa.gov; Bariteau, L., Univesity of Colorado/CIRES, USA, ludovic.bariteau@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 312 | Abstract ID 16150

NOBLE GAS CONSTRAINTS ON BUBBLE-MEDIATED AIR-SEA GAS FLUX IN A GLOBAL OCEAN MODEL

Nicholson, D. P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dnicholson@whoi.edu; Khatiwala, S., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, samar.khatiwala@earth.ox.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 312 | Abstract ID 16930

AIR-SEA GAS EXCHANGE REVISITED: IMPROVING AIR-SEA CARBON FLUXES IN A GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODEL

Brix, H., University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA, hbrix@ucla.edu; Menemenlis, D., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA , USA, dimitris.menemenlis@jpl.nasa.gov;

017 - Shedding light on phytoplankton biogeography

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 17635

FRACEX: UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF PHYTOPLANKTON SIZE ON OPTICAL PROPERTIES

Slade, W. H., Sequoia Scientific, Inc., USA, wslade@sequoiasci.com; Cetinic, I., University of Maine, USA, ivona.cetinic@maine.edu; Poulton, N. J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, npoulton@bigelow.org; Perry, M. J., University of Maine, USA, perrymj@maine.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 15055

LIGHT AND PHYTOPLANKTON GROWTH: ALLOMETRY, TAXONOMIC VARIATION, AND BIOGEOGRAPHY

Edwards, K. F., University of Hawaii, USA, kylewards@gmail.com; Thomas, M. K., Michigan State University, USA, mrthomas@msu.edu; Klausmeier, C. A., Michigan State University, USA, klausme1@msu.edu; Litchman, E., Michigan State University, USA, litchman@msu.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 17191

PHOTOACCLIMATION RELATIONSHIPS OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN THE NATURAL FLUCTUATING LIGHT FIELD

Graff, J. R., Oregon State University, USA, jrgraff@science.oregonstate.edu; Milligan, A. J., Oregon State University, USA, Allen.milligan@science.oregonstate.edu; Westberry, T. K., Oregon State University, USA, westbert@science.oregonstate.edu; Halsey, K. H., Oregon State University, USA, halseyk@scienc.oregonstate.edu; Behrenfeld, M. J., Oregon State University, USA, mjb@science.oregonstate.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 313 C | Abstract ID 15083

PHYTOPLANKTON PHOTO-ADAPTATION IN CONTRASTING AQUATIC LIGHT REGIMES

Talmy, D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, dtalmy@mit.edu; Geider, R. J., University of Essex, United Kingdom, geider@essex.ac.uk; Blackford, J., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, jcb@pml.ac.uk; Hill, C., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, cnh@ocean.mit.edu; Follows, M., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, mick@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 313 C | Abstract ID 17061

STRAIN-SPECIFIC RESPONSE OF MARINE SYNECHOCOCCUS TO IRON LIMITATION

Mackey, K., WHOI and MBL, USA, kmackey@whoi.edu; McIlvin, M., WHOI, USA, mcilvin@whoi.edu; Post, A., MBL, USA, apost@mbl.edu; Saito, M., WHOI, USA, msaito@whoi.edu;

http://www.whoi.edu/hpb/Site.do?id=12593

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 313 C | Abstract ID 14157

CROSS-TAXON ANALYSES OF THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROTEIN COMPLEX ALLOCATIONS IN THE PICOCYANOBACTERIA

Zorz, J. K., Mount Allison University, Canada, jkzorz@mta.ca; Cockshutt, A. M., Mount Allison University, Canada, acockshutt@mta.ca;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 313 C | Abstract ID 17816

PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES COEXISTENCE ALONG VERTICAL GRADIENTS OF NUTRIENTS AND LIGHT

Klausmeier, C. A., Michigan State University, USA, klausme1@msu.edu; Nathan, J., Ben Gurion Univeristy, Israel, nathanj@bgu.ac.il; Yoshiyama, K., Gifu University, Japan, kyoshi@gifu-u.ac.jp;

024 - ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13413

DIET OF THE SEA ANEMONE ANTHOPLEURA NIGRESCENS: COMPOSITION AND VARIATION BETWEEN DIURNAL AND NOCTURNAL HIGH TIDES

Quesada, A. J., Western Washington University, USA, quesada@students.wwu.edu; Acuña, F. H., Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina, ; Cortés, J., Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica, ;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13430

EFFECTS OF SAMPLE STORAGE METHODS AND TEMPERATURE ON CELLULAR BIOMARKER ACTIVITY IN THE EASTERN OYSTER, CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA

Edge, I. T., Coastal Carolina University, USA, itedge@coastal.edu; DeLorenzo, M., NOAA, National Ocean Service, Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research, USA, marie.delorenzo@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 14022

CA:MG RATIOS IN QUAGGA MUSSEL SHELLS IN LAKE MICHIGAN: A BIOGEOCHEMICAL THERMOMETER AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH WATER COLUMN INVENTORIES

Dupont, A. M., University of Georgia, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, adupont@uga.edu; Cuhel PhD, R. L., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, rcuhel@uwm.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13860

PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS ON THE FEEDING ECOLOGY OF THE GRAY SEAL (HALICHOERUS GRYPUS) FROM THE COAST OF NEW ENGLAND

Peoples, A. J., Elizabeth City State University, USA, audy.peoples@gmail.com; Wenzel , F., Northeast Fishery Science Center, USA, frederick.wenzel@noaa.gov; Waring, G., Northeast Fishery Science Center, USA, gordon.waring@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 14246

THE EFFECTS OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE AS A CHEMICAL STRESSOR ON ALGAL SPECIES NATIVE TO THE DELAWARE INLAND BAYS AND THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Browning, G. A., Houghton College, USA, Gabriel.Browning14@Hougton.edu; MacDonald, D. J., University of Delaware, USA, uri@udel.edu; Luther, G. W., University of Delaware, USA, luther@udel.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 14424

SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF BIOTOXINS IN MANILA AND VARNISH CLAMS

Yazzie, A. T., Northwest Indian College, USA, aissayaz@yahoo.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 13639

RESPIRATION RATES OF ACARTIA TONSA UNDER FUTURE TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY SCENARIOS IN THE GULF OF MAINE

Francisco, C., Lewis & Clark College, USA, cfrancisco@lclark.edu; Fields, D., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, dfields@bigelow.org; Vermont, A., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, avermont@bigelow.org; Waller, J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, wallerjesica@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 304 AB | Abstract ID 18138

EFFECTS OF OUTWELLING ON THE METABOLISM OF THE YORK RIVER ESTUARY, VA

Ramírez Vélez, A. C., Universidad Metropolitana, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA, aramirezvelez@gmail.com; Brush, M. J., Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, Gloucester Point, Virginia., USA, ;

025 - Physical-biological interactions in coral reefs: a tribute to Marlin Atkinson

2/25/2014 | 08:00 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 13455

PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROLS ON THE CARBONATE CHEMISTRY OF CORAL REEF WATERS: NO REAL REFUGE FROM ACIDIFICATION

Falter, J. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, jim.falter@uwa.edu.au; Lowe, R. J., University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Zhang, Z. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, zhang.zhenlin@uwa.edu.au; McCulloch, M. M., University of Western Australia, Australia, malcolm.mcculloch@uwa.edu.au;

2/25/2014 | 08:15 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 14548

UTILIZATION OF OUTDOOR FLUMES TO INVESTIGATE THE RESPONSE OF CORAL REEF COMMUNITIES TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

Comeau, S., California State University Northridge, USA, steve.comeau@csun.edu; Carpenter, R. C., California State University Northridge, USA, robert.carpenter@csun.edu; Lantz, C. A., California State University Northridge, USA, coulsonlantz@gmail.com; Edmunds, P. J., California State University Northridge, USA, peter.edmunds@csun.edu;

2/25/2014 | 08:30 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 14443

HIGH-RESOLUTION COMMUNITY METABOLISM FROM A HEALTHY CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM: THE BALANCE BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL CONTROLS

Koweek, D. A., Stanford University, USA, dkoweek@stanford.edu; Dunbar, R. B., Stanford University, USA, dunbar@stanford.edu; Rogers, J. S., Stanford University, USA, jsrogers@stanford.edu; Mucciarone, D. A., Stanford University, USA, dam1@stanford.edu; Teneva, L. T., Stanford University, USA, lida.teneva@gmail.com;

2/25/2014 | 08:45 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 16029

BIOGEOCHEMICAL RESPONSES OF TROPICAL MACROALGAE TO NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT IN THE SOUTHERN LINE ISLANDS

Johnson, M. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mdjohnson@ucsd.edu; Fox, M. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mikefox08@gmail.com; Kelly, E. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, elkelly@ucsd.edu; Andersson, A. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, aandersson@ucsd.edu; Smith, J. E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, smithj@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | 09:00 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 15805

A METHOD TO DERIVE C AND CACO3 BUDGETS ON CORAL REEFS USING A PH OR PCO2 SENSOR

Chauvin, A., Université de La Réunion/Laboratoire ECOMAR-FRE CNRS 3560, Reunion, anne.chauvin@univ-reunion.fr; Atkinson, M. J., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, ; Cuet, P., Université de La Réunion/Laboratoire ECOMAR-FRE CNRS 3560, Reunion, pascale.cuet@univ-reunion.fr; Schar, D. W., University of Hawaii/Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, schar@hawaii.edu;

2/25/2014 | 09:15 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 16717

CORAL CALCIFICATION IN A REEF ENVIRONMENT WITH LARGE DAILY SWINGS IN PH

Ruiz-Jones, G. J., Stanford University, USA, gjrj@stanford.edu; Palumbi, S. R., Stanford University, USA, spalumbi@stanford.edu;

2/25/2014 | 09:30 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 13718

DO CALCIFIED ALGAE ACCLIMATE TO DIEL FLUCTUATIONS IN SEAWATER PH ON CORAL REEFS?

Price, N. N., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, nprice@ucsd.edu; Martz, T. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, trmartz@ucsd.edu; Smith, J. E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, smithj@ucsd.edu;

2/25/2014 | 09:45 | 320 Theater | Abstract ID 16985

A DECLINE IN NET ECOSYSTEM CALCIFICATION BY CORAL REEFS OF THE PALAUAN ARCHIPELAGO

Shamberger, K. E., Texas A&M University, USA, kshamberger@whoi.edu; Lentz, S. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, slentz@whoi.edu; Cohen, A. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; McCorkle, D. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmcCorkle@whoi.edu; Golbuu, Y., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, ygolbuu@gmail.com;

027 - Nearshore Processes

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 16119

SURFZONE MORPHOLOGIC CHANGE ONSHORE OF A SUBMARINE CANYON

Hansen, J. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jeff.hansen@uwa.edu.au; Raubenheimer, B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, braubenheimer2@whoi.edu; List, J., US Geological Survey, USA, jlist@usgs.gov; Elgar, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, elgar@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 18073

PHYSICAL AND GEOLOGICAL CONTROLS ON LONG-TERM SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PATTERNS ALONG A WAVE-ENERGETIC, NON-INTERRUPTED COASTLINE: OREGON INLET TO CAPE HATTERAS

Safak, I., United States Geological Survey, USA, isafak@usgs.gov; List, J. H., United States Geological Survey, USA, jlist@usgs.gov; Warner, J. C., United States Geological Survey, , jcwarner@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 18011

TIME SERIES OBSERVATIONS OF SEAFLOOR ROUGHNESS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO 1: SEDIMENT TRANSPORT

Calantoni, J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, joe.calantoni@nrlssc.navy.mil; Eldredge, K. H., Naval Research Enterprise Program, USA, kheldredge@gmail.com; Staples, T., University of Florida, USA, tmartz@ufl.edu; Sheremet, A., University of Florida, USA, alex.sheremet@essie.ufl.edu; Penko, A. M., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, allison.penko@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 16394

TIME SERIES OBSERVATIONS OF SEAFLOOR ROUGHNESS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO 2: HYDRODYNAMICS

Staples, T. J., University of Florida, USA, tmartz@ufl.edu; Safak, I., United States Geological Survey, USA, is8w@virginia.edu; Sheremet, A., University of Florida, USA, alex@coastal.ufl.edu; Calantoni, J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, Joe.Calantoni@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 311 | Abstract ID 17065

TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EVOLUTION OF INNER SHELF RIPPLE GEOMETRY AND IRREGULARITY

Nelson, T. R., University of South Carolina, USA, tnelson@geol.sc.edu; Voulgaris, G., University of South Carolina, USA, gvoulgaris@geol.sc.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 311 | Abstract ID 15560

AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF SEDIMENT SUSPENSION AND RIPPLE EVOLUTION DUE TO TURBULENCE IN THE ABSENCE OF MEAN SHEAR

Johnson, B. A., Cornell University, USA, baj45@cornell.edu; Cowen, E. A., Cornell University, USA, eac20@cornell.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 311 | Abstract ID 15165

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SANDY BEACH MORPHOLOGY AND WAVE CLIMATE USING BATHYMETRIC LIDAR

Hartman, M. A., University of Notre Dame, USA, mhartma3@nd.edu; Kennedy, A. B., University of Notre Dame, USA, andrew.kennedy@nd.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 311 | Abstract ID 14495

INFRAGRAVITY WAVES, WATER TABLE, AND RUNUP OBSERVATIONS ON A NOURISHED BEACH

Fiedler, J. W., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jfiedler@ucsd.edu; Brodie, K. L., USACE Field Research Facility, USA, Katherine.L.Brodie@usace.army.mil; McNinch, J. E., USACE Field Research Facility, USA, Jesse.McNinch@usace.army.mil; Guza, R. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rguza@ucsd.edu;

044 - East Asian Marginal Seas: sea surface temperature variability and ocean-atmosphere process

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 13731

IMPACT OF THE EARLY-SUMMER OCEANIC FRONTAL ZONE IN THE SOUTHERN EAST CHINA SEA ON STRUCTURAL CHANGE OF A TROPICAL CYCLONE

Takehi, F., University of Tokyo, Japan, takehi@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Nakamura, H., University of Tokyo, Japan, ; Miyasaka, T., University of Tokyo, Japan, ; Yoshioka, M. K., Tohoku University, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 14084

AN EXCHANGE FLOW BETWEEN THE OKHOTSK SEA AND THE NORTH PACIFIC DRIVEN BY THE EAST KAMCHATKA CURRENT

Kida, S., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, kidas@jamstec.go.jp; Qiu, B., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, bo@soest.hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15457

THE EFFECTS OF GEOTHERMAL HEATING ON THE EAST/JAPAN SEA CIRCULATION

Park, Y., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, ypark@kiost.ac; Park, J., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, jhpark@koist.ac; Lee, H., Korea Maritime University, Republic Of Korea, hjlee@hhu.ac.kr; Min, H., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, hsmin@kiost.ac;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15836

SEASONAL VARIATOINS OF THE SURFACE GEOSTROPHIC TSUSHIMA WARM CURRENT DETERMINED BY GPS ON A FERRYBOAT

Ichikawa, K., RIAM, Kyushu Univ., Japan, ichikawa@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp; Motomura, K., ESST, Kyushu Univ., Japan, kazushi@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp; Morimoto, A., HyARC, Nagoya Univ., Japan, amorimoto@hyarc.nagoya-u.ac.jp; Fukudome, K., Jpn. Sea Nat. Fish. Res. Inst., Fish. Res. Agency, Japan, dome@affrc.go.jp; Yoshikawa, Y., Dept. Geophys., Kyoto Univ., Japan, yosikawa@kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15587

THE RATIO OF THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC WATER IN THE KOREA STRAIT IN JUNE

SHIN, C., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, cwshin@kiost.ac; KIM, E., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, eung@kiost.ac; KIM, D., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, kdk21ca@kiost.ac; JEON, J., KIOST, Republic Of Korea, dcjeon@kiost.ac;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 13698

INTER-ANNUAL VARIATIONS OF WATER TEMPERATURE AND CIRCULATION IN THE EAST CHINA SEA

WEI, H., Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China, weihao@ouc.edu.cn; LU, Y. Y., Bedford Institute of Oceanography,DFO, Canada, Youyu.Lu@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; LI, J. X., Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China, lijiaxing@tust.edu.cn; LUO, X. F., Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China, akmanfan@tust.edu.cn;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 14586

SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF VOLUME TRANSPORT THROUGH TAIWAN AND TSUSHIMA STRAITS AND NET TRANSPORT ACROSS THE SHELF BREAK OF THE EAST CHINA SEA

Matsuno, T., Kyushu University, Japan, matsuno@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp; Liu, C. T., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ctliu@ntu.edu.tw; Fukudome, K., Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute, Japan, dome@affrc.go.jp; Chen, H. W., Central Police University, Taiwan ROC, hsienwenchen@gmail.com; Ichikawa, K., Kyushu University, Japan, ichikawa@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 301 AB | Abstract ID 15893

DRASTIC CHANGE OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY IN THE KUROSHIO REGION OF THE EAST CHINA SEA ASSOCIATED WITH THE KUROSHIO FRONTAL EDDY

Yoshie, N., Ehime University, Japan, yoshie.naoki.mm@ehime-u.ac.jp; Sakamoto, K., Ehime University, Japan, kouhei_sakamoto_3221@yahoo.co.jp; Nakagawa, M., Ehime University, Japan, tmnakab@gmail.com; Guo, X., Ehime University, Japan, guo.xinyu.mz@ehime-u.ac.jp;

http://researchmap.jp/nyoshie/

055 - Comparing Physical Processes in Large Lakes and Shallow Seas

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13162

MODELING WINTER CIRCULATION AND ICE IN LAKE ERIE

Beletsky, D., University of Michigan, USA, beletsky@umich.edu; Hawley, N., NOAA Great Lakes Research Laboratory, USA, ; Wang, J., NOAA Great Lakes Research Laboratory, USA, ; Beletsky, R., University of Michigan, USA, ; Hu, H., University of Michigan, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13013

MODELING GREAT LAKES ICE-CIRCULATION-ECOSYSTEM DURING 1993-2008

Wang, J., NOAA Great Lake Environmental Research Laboratory, USA, jia.wang@noaa.gov; Bai, X., University of Michigan, USA, xuezhi.bai@noaa.gov; Luo, L., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, China, luolin@scsio.ac.cn; Fujisaki, A., University of Michigan, USA, ayumi.fujisaki@noaa.gov; Hu, H., University of Michigan, USA, haoguo.hu@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 16854

DOMINATION OF NEAR-INERTIAL WAVES IN LAKE MICHIGAN: OBSERVATIONS AND CONSEQUENCES

Troy, C. D., Purdue University, USA, troy@purdue.edu; Choi, J. M., Purdue University, USA, choi136@purdue.edu; Ahmed, S., Purdue University, USA, ahmed8@purdue.edu; Hawley, N., NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, USA, nathan.hawley@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 16418

PROCESS-BASED MODELING OF LAKE GENEVA

Bouffard Damien, D., EPFL, Switzerland, damien.bouffard@epfl.ch; Wüest Alfred, A., EPFL, Switzerland, ; Schwefel Robert, R., EPFL, Switzerland, ; Holtermann Peter, P., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany, ; Umlauf Lars, L., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany, ;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 14138

DEEP-WATER DYNAMICS AND BOUNDARY MIXING IN A NON-TIDAL STRATIFIED BASIN: A MODELING STUDY OF THE BALTIC SEA

Holtermann, P., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde, Germany, peter.holtermann@io-warnemuende.de; Burchard, H., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde, Germany, hans.burchard@io-warnemuende.de; Gräwe, U., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde, Germany, ulf.graewe@io-warnemuende.de; Klingbeil, K., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde, Germany, knut.klingbeil@io-warnemuende.de; Umlauf, L., Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde, Germany, lars.umlauf@io-warnemuende.de;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 15881

CURRENT SIMULATIONS AND OBSERVATIONS IN THE GULF OF FINLAND

Lagemaa, P., Marine Systems Institute at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, priidik.lagemaa@msi.ttu.ee; Suhhova, I., Marine Systems Institute at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, irina.suhhova@msi.ttu.ee; Pavelson, J., Marine Systems Institute at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, juss.pavelson@msi.ttu.ee; Elken, J., Marine Systems Institute at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, juri.elken@msi.ttu.ee;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 16591

LOCH LINNHE – A DYNAMICALLY WIDE SCOTTISH SEA LOCH

Rabe, B., Marine Scotland Science, United Kingdom, b.rabe@marlab.ac.uk; Wright, J., Marine Scotland Science, United Kingdom, j.wright@marlab.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 317 AB | Abstract ID 13126

CONSISTENT ESTIMATES OF THE HEAT BUDGET OF THE PERSIAN GULF USING A REGIONAL TWO-WAY COUPLED OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE MODEL

Xue, P., Michigan Technological University, USA, pexue@mtu.edu; Eltahir, E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, , eltahir@mit.edu;

063 - Changes in the global ocean carbon cycle: From observations to models

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15719

THE OCEANIC SINK FOR ANTHROPOGENIC CO2 SINCE THE MID 1990S

Gruber, N., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch; Clement, D., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, dominic.clement@env.ethz.ch; Tanhua, T., GEOMAR | Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel, Germany, ttanhua@geomar.de; Ishii, M., Japanese Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, mishii@mri-jma.go.jp; Mathis, J. T., NOAA, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, jeremy.mathis@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13711

ANTHROPOGENIC TRACERS AND CO2 IN THE ABYSSAL SOUTHWEST PACIFIC OCEAN

Bullister, J. L., NOAA-PMEL, USA, john.l.bullister@noaa.gov; Sonnerup, R. E., University of Washington, USA, rolf@u.washington.edu; Warner, M. J., University of Washington, USA, mwarner@ocean.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15389

NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC CHANGE SINCE 1997: A SYNTHESIS OF EQUATORIAL PACIFIC SURFACE OCEAN PCO2 OBSERVATIONS ON THE TAO ARRAY

Sutton, A. J., Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington, USA, ajsutton@uw.edu; Feely, R. A., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA, USA, richard.a.feely@noaa.gov; Sabine, C. L., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA, USA, chris.sabine@noaa.gov; McPhaden, M. J., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, NOAA, USA, michael.j.mcphaden@noaa.gov; Takahashi, T., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA, taka@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13782

INTERIOR CHANGES IN CARBONATE CHEMISTRY OBSERVED IN THE EASTERN NORTH ATLANTIC FROM 1981 TO 2013: THE EXTENDED ELLETT LINE

Humphreys, M. P., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, m.p.humphreys@soton.ac.uk; Griffiths, A., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Hartman, S. E., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, s.hartman@noc.ac.uk; Achterberg, E. P., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, eachterberg@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 316 A | Abstract ID 15823

MECHANISMS AND DETECTABILITY OF BASIN SCALE INTERANNUAL SURFACE PCO2 IN NORTH ATLANTIC AND NORTH PACIFIC OCEANS

Tjiputra, J., Uni Research, Norway, jtj061@uni.no; Schwinger, J., University of Bergen, Norway, Jorg.Schwinger@gfi.uib.no; Heinze, C., University of Bergen, Norway, christoph.heinze@gfi.uib.no;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 316 A | Abstract ID 16482

CARBON FLUXES FROM LAND TO OCEAN: PRESENT-DAY ESTIMATES, ANTHROPOGENIC PERTURBATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE GLOBAL OCEAN C BUDGET

Regnier, P., Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, pregnier@ulb.ac.be; Friedlingstein, P., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, ; Ciais, P., . Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et l'Environnement (LSCE), France, ; Mackenzie, F., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Gruber, N., ETH Zürich, Switzerland, ;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 316 A | Abstract ID 13972

COMPARISON OF SEASONAL VARIABILITY AND LONG-TERM TRENDS ACROSS SUBTROPICAL AND SUBPOLAR CARBONATE CHEMISTRY TIME-SERIES

Matthews, R., University of Victoria, Canada, georobin@uvic.ca; Weaver, A. J., University of Victoria, Canada, weaver@uvic.ca;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 316 A | Abstract ID 17048

OCEAN TIME-SERIES OBSERVATIONS OF INTERANNUAL CHANGES IN SEAWATER INORGANIC CARBON

Bates, N. R., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, nick.bates@bios.edu; Astor, Y. R., Fundacion la Salle, EDIMAR , Venezuela, yrene.astor@yahoo.com; Dore, J. E., Montana State University, Montana, USA, jdore@montana.edu; Olafsson, J., Marine Research Institute, Skulagata 4, IS 121 Reykjavik, Iceland, jon@hafro.is; Gonzalez-Davila, M., Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, melchor.gonzalez@ulpgc.es;

073 - Ocean salinity and water cycle variability and change

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17211

SNAKES ON A SHIP: SURFACE SALINITY OBSERVATIONS DURING SPURS

Schanze, J. J., Earth and Space Research, USA, jschanze@esr.org; Lagerloef, G., Earth and Space Research, USA, lager@esr.org; Schmitt, R. W., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rschmitt@whoi.edu; Hodges, B. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bhodges@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 14335

NEAR-SURFACE VERTICAL STRUCTURE IN TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY IN THE SPURS STUDY AREA

Hodges, B. A., WHOI, USA, bhodges@whoi.edu; Fratantoni, D. M., WHOI, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15423

POSITIVE SALINITY GRADIENTS AT THE OCEAN SURFACE FORMED BY EVAPORATION MEASURED DURING STRASSE-2012

Asher, W. E., University of Washington, USA, asherwe@apl.uw.edu; Jessup, A. T., University of Washington, USA, jessup@apl.uw.edu; Clark, D., University of Washington, USA, dclark@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 16373

SMALL-SCALE MIXING AND STABLE/UNSTABLE MIXED LAYERS IN THE SPURS REGION

Clayson, C. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cclayson@whoi.edu; St. Laurent, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lstlaurent@whoi.edu; Schmitt, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rschmitt@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 15138

DAILY, WEEKLY, AND SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF THE UPPER OCEAN STRATIFICATION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC SALINITY MAXIMUM REGION

Shcherbina, A. Y., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, ashcherbina@apl.uw.edu; D'Asaro, E. A., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, USA, dasaro@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 17009

A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF UPPER-OCEAN HEAT AND SALT BUDGETS DURING THE SPURS CAMPAIGN

Farrar, J. T., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jfarrar@whoi.edu; Plueddemann, A. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, aplueddemann@whoi.edu; Kessler, W. S., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, william.s.kessler@noaa.gov; Rainville, L., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, rainville@apl.washington.edu; Hodges, B. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bhodges@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 13884

EVIDENCE FOR THE ORIGIN OF THE SUBSURFACE SALINITY MAXIMUM IN THE SUBTROPICAL NORTH ATLANTIC

Busecke, J., LDEO, USA, julius@ldeo.columbia.edu; Gordon, A. L., LDEO, USA, agordon@ldeo.columbia.edu; Li, Z., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, zhijin@jpl.nasa.gov; Bingham, F. M., Center for Marine Science, University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA, frederick.bingham@gmail.com; Font, J., SMOS Barcelona Expert Centre (SMOS-BEC), Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM) and Unitat de Tecnologia, Spain, jfont@icm.csic.es;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 323 ABC | Abstract ID 16797

MEAN SALT BALANCE OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC SALINITY MAXIMUM

Schmitt, R. W., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rschmitt@whoi.edu; Blair, A., Humbolt State University, USA, austen.blair@gmail.com; St Laurent, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lstlaurent@whoi.edu; Schanze, J., Earth and Space Research, USA, jschanze@esr.org;

081 - Climate Impacts on Living Marine Resources

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13226

GLOBAL REDUCTIONS IN SEAFLOOR BIOMASS IN RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Jones, D. O., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, dj1@noc.ac.uk; Yool, A., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, axy@noc.ac.uk; Wei, C., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, chihlinwei@gmail.com; Ruhl, H. A., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, h.ruhl@noc.ac.uk; Gehlen, M., Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement, France, gehlen@lsce.ipsl.fr;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15714

RELATIVE IMPACTS OF GLOBAL AND LOCAL STRESSORS ON CORAL RECRUITMENT

Ritson-Williams, R., University of Hawaii, USA, rrw33@hawaii.edu; Ross, C., University of North Florida, USA, cliff.ross@unf.edu; Olsen, K., Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce, USA, olsenk@si.edu; Paul, V. J., Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce, USA, paul@si.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 15311

IMPACT OF CLIMATE WARMING AND OCEAN CARBONATION ON EELGRASS (ZOSTERA MARINA L.)

Zimmerman, R. C., Old Dominion University/Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, USA, rzimmerm@odu.edu; Hill, V. J., Old Dominion University/Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, USA, vhill@odu.edu; Smith, M., Old Dominion University/Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, USA, smitn.miranda99@gmail.com; Jinuntuya, M., Old Dominion University/Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, USA, mjinuntu@odu.edu; Celebi, B., Old Dominion University/Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, USA, bcelebi@odu.edu;

http://sci.odu.edu/oceanography/directory/faculty/zimmerman/index.shtml

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 17426

MARINE MICROZOOPLANKTON ARE INDIRECTLY AFFECTED BY OCEAN ACIDIFICATION THROUGH DIRECT EFFECTS ON THEIR PHYTOPLANKTON PREY

Kendall, K. A., Western Washington University, USA, kendalk3@students.wwu.edu; Olson, M. B., Western Washington University, USA, Brady.Olson@wwu.edu; Love, B. A., Western Washington University, USA, Brooke.Love@wwu.edu; Strom, S. L., Western Washington University, USA, Suzanne.Strom@wwu.edu; Risenhoover, K., Western Washington University, USA, krisenho@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 313 B | Abstract ID 17529

EFFECTS OF HYPOXIA ON THE SEASONAL CYCLE OF ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN PUGET SOUND, WA

Keister, J. E., University of Washington, USA, jkeister@u.washington.edu; Winans, A. K., University of Washington, USA, awinans@u.washington.edu; Herrmann, B. L., University of Washington, USA, the1artist@msn.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 313 B | Abstract ID 17815

MEASURING THE PULSE OF THE GULF OF ALASKA: 16 YEARS OF OCEANOGRAPHIC OBSERVATIONS ALONG THE SEWARD LINE, AND WITHIN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA

Hopcroft, R. R., University of Alaska, USA, rrhopcroft@alaska.edu; Coyle, K. O., University of Alaska, USA, kocoyle@alaska.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13461

LARGE-SCALE AND LOCAL CLIMATE DRIVE ADÉLIE PENGUIN CHICK FLEDGING MASS

Cimino, M. A., University of Delaware, USA, mcimino@udel.edu; Fraser, W. R., Polar Oceans Research Group, USA, bfraser@3rivers.net; Saba, V. S., NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service, USA, vincent.saba@noaa.gov; Oliver, M. J., University of Delaware, USA, moliver@udel.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 313 B | Abstract ID 13025

CLIMATE-DRIVEN REGIME SHIFT DRIVES RECOVERY OF NORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT WHALE POPULATION

Meyer-Gutbrod, E. L., Cornell University, USA, elg82@cornell.edu; Greene, C. H., Cornell University, USA, chg2@cornell.edu; Pershing, A. J., Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, andrew.pershing@maine.edu;

091 - Advances in approaches to monitoring the occurrence, distribution, and behavior of top predators

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 17396

USING WAVE GLIDERS TO DETECT OCEAN WILDLIFE

Block, B. A., Stanford University, USA, bblock@stanford.edu; Carlon, R., Liquid Robotics, USA, ryan.carlon@liquidr.com; Leroy, F., Liquid Robotics, USA, francois.leroy@liquidr.com; Castleton, M., Stanford University, USA, mrcastle@stanford.edu; Kochevar, R. E., Stanford University, USA, kochevar@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 15314

AUTOMATIC DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF WHALES USING THERMAL AND VISUAL IMAGING FOR CETACEAN CENSUSES AND MARINE MAMMAL MITIGATION

Zitterbart, D. P., Alfred-Wegener-Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, daniel.zitterbart@awi.de; Richter, S., Erlangen University, Germany, ; Kindermann, L., Alfred-Wegener-Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, ; Boebel, O., Alfred-Wegener-Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, ;

http://tashtego.org

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 17463

MULTI-INSTRUMENT BIOLOGGING PROVIDES NEW HIGH RESOLUTION INSIGHT INTO SHARK BEHAVIOR AND BIOMECHANICS

Meyer, C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, carlm@hawaii.edu; Nakamura, ., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ; Sato, ., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 15350

LAGRANGIAN ANALYSIS OF SEA TURTLE ECOLOGY

Scott, R., GEOMAR, Germany, rscott@geomar.de; Hays, G. C., Swansea, United Kingdom, g.hays@swansea.ac.uk; Marsh, R., National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, United Kingdom, robert.marsh@noc.soton.ac; Eizaguirre, C., GEOMAR/Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ceizaguirre@geomar.de; Biastoch, A., GEOMAR/Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel, , abiastoch@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 14955

READY, SET, GO: EVIDENCE FOR ACOUSTIC COORDINATION OF BOTTOM FEEDING BY HUMPBACK WHALES USING ARCHIVAL ACOUSTIC TAG TECHNOLOGY

Parks, S. E., Department of Biology, Syracuse University, USA, sparks@syr.edu; Cusano, D., Department of Biology, Syracuse University, USA, dcusano@syr.edu; Stimpert, A. K., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, alison.stimpert@gmail.com; Weinrich, M., Whale Center New England, USA, mason.wein@gmail.com; Wiley, D., Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA National Ocean Service, USA, david.wiley@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 14857

DETECTION AND TELEMETRY OF FEEDING EVENTS IN FREE SWIMMING SHARKS AND TUNA

Holland, K., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, kholland@hawaii.edu; Meyer, C., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, carlm@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 310 Theater | Abstract ID 13026

THE WAY TO A WHALE’S HABITAT IS THROUGH HIS STOMACH: A DEEP-DIVING, SQUID-HUNTING AUV PROVIDES INSIGHTS INTO TEUTHIVOROUS WHALE BEHAVIOR

Benoit-Bird, K. J., Oregon State University, USA, kbenoit@coas.oregonstate.edu; Moline, M. A., University of Delaware, USA, mmoline@udel.edu; Southall, B., SEA, Inc., , Brandon.Southall@sea-inc.ne;

107 - Tides and ocean mixing: past, present, future

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 15960

ACCURACY ASSESSMENT OF GLOBAL OCEAN TIDE MODELS

Stammer, D., Universität Hamburg, Germany, detlef.stammer@uni-hamburg.de; Ray, R., GSFC, USA, richard.ray@nasa.gov; Anderson, O., DTU, Denmark, oa@space.dtu.dk; Arbic, B., U. Michigan, , arbic@umich.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 14489

ASSESSING MODEL SKILL OF TIDAL CURRENTS IN A 3-DIMENSIONAL GLOBAL FORWARD TIDE MODEL

Timko, P. G., Bangor University, United Kingdom, p.timko@bangor.ac.uk; Arbic, B. K., University of Michigan, USA, arbic@umich.edu; Richman, J. G., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, james.richman@nrlssc.navy.mil; Scott, R. B., Universite de Bretagne Occidentale, France, robert.scott@univ-brest.fr; Wallcraft, A. J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, alan.wallcraft@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16561

MODELING TIDAL MIXING: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

Schmittner, A., Oregon State University, USA, aschmitt@coas.oregonstate.edu; Egbert, G. D., Oregon State University, USA, egbert@coas.oregonstate.edu; Green, M. J., Bangor University, United Kingdom, m.green@bangor.ac.uk;

http://people.oregonstate.edu/~schmita2/

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 13117

THE EVOLUTION OF GLOBAL TIDES FROM THE LAST GLACIAL MAXIMUM TO PRESENT

Wilmes, S. B., Bangor University, United Kingdom, osp001@bangor.ac.uk; Green, J. M., Bangor University, United Kingdom, m.green@bangor.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16912

OCEAN MIXING AND PAST WARM CLIMATES

Huber, M., University of New Hampshire, USA, matthew.huber@unh.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 316 B | Abstract ID 16601

OVERTURNING CIRCULATION DRIVEN BY BREAKING INTERNAL WAVES IN THE DEEP OCEAN

NIkurashin, M., University of Tasmania, Australia, man@alum.mit.edu; Ferrari, R., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, rferrari@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 316 B | Abstract ID 15452

PELAGIC INFRAGRAVITY WAVES FORCED BY TIDAL NON-LINEAR INTERACTIONS

Luther, D. S., University of Hawaii, USA, dluther@hawaii.edu; Chave, A. D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, achave@whoi.edu; Webb, S. C., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, , scw@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 316 B | Abstract ID 14583

OBSERVATION AND MODELING OF TURBULENT TIDAL MIXING IN THE KURIL STRAITS AND IMPACT OF ITS 18.6-YEAR PERIOD TIDAL CYCLE ON OCEAN AND CLIMATE

Yasuda, I., The University of Tokyo, Atmosphere and Ocean Reserach Institute, Japan, ichiro@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Tanaka, Y., The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Science, Japan, yuki.tanaka@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Itoh, S., The University of Tokyo, Atmosphere and Ocean Reserach Institute, Japan, itohsach@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Hasumi, H., The University of Tokyo, Atmosphere and Ocean Reserach Institute, Japan, hasumi@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Osafune, S., JAMSTEC, Japan, osafune@jamstec.go.jp;

116 - Advances in approaches to assess metal-binding organic ligands and perspectives on the impacts of ligands on metal-biota interactions in the oceans

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13528

CLE-CSV TITRATIONS IN SEAWATER: CHEMICAL SPECIATION MODELLING

Turner, D., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, davidt@chem.gu.se;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 16669

SENSITIVITY OF THE IRON CYCLE TO THE CYCLING OF ORGANIC LIGANDS IN A 3D BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODEL

Voelker, C. D., Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany, christoph.voelker@awi.de; Tagliabue, A., Universitu of Liverpool, United Kingdom, a.tagliabue@liverpool.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 16338

SOURCE-SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AEROSOL ORGANIC MATTER OVER THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE IDENTITY OF POTENTIAL IRON BINDING LIGANDS

McElhenie, S. D., Old Dominion University, USA, smcelhen@odu.edu; Wozniak, A. S., Old Dominion University, USA, awozniak@odu.edu; Shelley, R. U., Florida State University, USA, rshelley@fsu.edu; Landing, W. M., Florida State University, USA, wlanding@fsu.edu; Hatcher, P. G., Old Dominion University, USA, phatcher@odu.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 13561

ESTUARINE IRON(II) LIGANDS AND THEIR EXPORT TO COASTAL WATERS

Hopwood, M. J., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, mjh1g11@soton.ac.uk; Statham, P. J., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, pjs@soton.ac.uk; Willey, J. D., University of North Carolina, Wilmington, USA, willeyj@uncw.edu; Skrabal, S. A., University of North Carolina, Wilmington, USA, skrabals@uncw.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 14972

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IRON AND ZINC CHEMICAL SPECIATION, ORGANIC LIGANDS AND PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE TASMAN SEA

Christel Hassler, S., University of Geneva, Switzerland, Christel.hassler@unige.ch; Norman, L., University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Louisa.Norman@student.uts.edu.au; Sinoir, M., University of Tasmania, Australia, marie.sinoir@gmail.com; Andrew Bowie, R., University of Tasmania, Australia, Andrew.Bowie@utas.edu.au; Michael Ellwood, J., Australian National University, Australia, Michael.Ellwood@anu.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 16739

COMPLEXATION OF ZINC BY STRONG AND WEAK ORGANIC LIGANDS AND THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF ZINC TO MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON

KIM, J., Princeton University, USA, jamyung@princeton.edu; Baars, O., Princeton University, USA, obaars@princeton.edu; Morel, F. M., Princeton University, USA, morel@princeton.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17325

IMPACT OF CU SPECIATION ON PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE NORTHEAST SUBARCTIC PACIFIC OCEAN

Semeniuk, D. M., University of British Columbia, Canada, dsemeniu@eos.ubc.ca; Posacka, A., University of British Columbia, Canada, aposacka@eos.ubc.ca; Bundy, R. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rmbundy@ucsd.edu; Barbeau, K. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography , USA, kbarbeau@ucsd.edu; Maldonado, M. T., University of British Columbia, Canada, mmaldonado@eos.ubc.ca;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 318 AB | Abstract ID 17169

ASSESSING THE STRENGTH OF LIGANDS BOUND TO SOLUBLE MN(III) WITH A KINETIC APPROACH

Madison, A. S., Golder Associates Inc., USA, Andrew_Madison@golder.com; Luther, G. W., University of Delaware, USA, luther@udel.edu; Sundby, B., McGill University, Canada, bjorn.sundby@mcgill.ca; Mucci, A., McGill University, Canada, alfonso.mucci@mcgill.ca;

139 - Advances in ocean technology; autonomous instrument development and applications

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15049

THE EVOLUTION OF ECOGENOMIC SENSORS

Birch, J., MBARI, USA, jbirch@mbari.org; Scholin, C., MBARI, USA, scholin@mbari.org;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16623

APPLICATION OF IN-SITU AUTONOMOUS SENSORS FOR ROUTINE WATER QUALITY MONITORING.

Yamahara, K. M., Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, USA, kevany@stanford.edu; Demir-Hilton, E., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, elif@mbari.org; Cornelisen, C., Cawthron Institute, New Zealand, chris.cornelisen@cawthron.org.nz; Boehm, A. B., Stanford University, USA, aboehm@stanford.edu; Scholin, C. A., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, , scholin@mbari.org;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 16731

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MICRO-ROSETTE FOR LOW-VOLUME, LOW-POWER, IN SITU PROFILES OF DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON

Bresnahan, P. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, pbresnah@ucsd.edu; Martz, T. R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, trmartz@ucsd.edu; de Almeida, J. L., National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, j.dealmeida1@nuigalway.ie; Maguire, P., University of Ulster, United Kingdom, pd.maguire@ulster.ac.uk; Ward, B., National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, bward@nuigalway.ie;

http://martzlab.ucsd.edu/

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15009

LAB-ON-A-CHIP SYSTEMS FOR IN SITU NUTRIENT ANALYSIS OF NATURAL WATERS

Beaton, A. D., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, a.beaton@noc.ac.uk; Cardwell, C. L., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Waugh, E. M., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Pascal, R. W., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Mowlem, M. C., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, matm@noc.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15067

SEDIMENT TRAP DESIGN FOR IN-SITU IMAGING AND FLUOROMETRY OF SINKING PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON

McGill, P. R., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, mcgill@mbari.org; Henthorn, R. G., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, henthorn@mbari.org; Bird, L. E., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, bila@mbari.org; Huffard, C. L., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, chuffard@mbari.org; Smith, K. L., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, ksmith@mbari.org;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 313 A | Abstract ID 15323

THE NEXT GENERATION PROFILING FLOAT POWERED BY OCEAN TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCES

Chao, Y., Seatrec, Inc., USA, yi@seatrec.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 313 A | Abstract ID 18005

ENABLING SHALLOW WATER FLIGHT ON SLOCUM GLIDERS

Haldeman III, C., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA, haldeman@marine.rutgers.edu; Aragon, D., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA, dkaragon@marine.rutgers.edu; Roarty, H., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA, hroarty@marine.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu; Kohut, J., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA, kohut@marine.rutgers.edu;

http://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu/

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 313 A | Abstract ID 17674

CROSSING THE PACIFIC OCEAN WITH THE WAVE GLIDER UNMANNED SURFACE VEHICLE

Griffith, J. C., Liquid Robotics, USA, jamie.griffith@liquidr.com;

149 - Aquatic microbial eukaryotes: from genomes to ecosystems

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 12992

EXTENT OF CRYPTIC DIVERSITY IN PLANKTONIC FORAMINIFERA MORPHOSPECIES

Weiner, A. K., MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany, aweiner@marum.de; Morard, R., MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany, rmorard@marum.de; Kucera, M., MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany, mkucera@marum.de;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 16975

SOUTHEAST PACIFIC COCCOLITHOPHORES: HIGH CALCIFIED EMILIANIA HUXLEYI IN HIGH CO2 UPWELLING , LOW CALCIFIED E. HUXLEY AND OTHER NOELAERHABDACEAE FOUND OFFSHORE

von Dassow, P., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, pvondassow@bio.puc.cl; Bendif, E. M., Marine Biological Association of the UK, United Kingdom, elmhidi@gmail.com; Mella Flores, D., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, , dmella@bio.puc.cl; Herrera, Y., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, yrherrer@uc.cl; Díaz, F., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, amphioxus528@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17599

UNCOVERING THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF PSEUDO-NITZSCHIA: CONNECTING PHYSIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY

Leach, T. S., University of Washington, USA, tleach32@u.washington.edu; Guannel, M. L., University of Hawaii, USA, mguannel@hawaii.edu; Carlson, M. G., University of Washington School of Oceanography, USA, mcgc08@uw.edu; Rocap, G., University of Washington School of Oceanography, USA, rocap@ocean.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17365

NITROGEN METABOLISM IN GREEN ALGAE: A CASE STUDY USING MICROMONAS

Jimenez, V. F., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Moss Landing, CA, USA, vjimenez@mbari.org; Wong, C. H., Sequencing Technology Group, Joint Genome Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Walnut C, USA, chwong@lbl.gov; Lin, C. L., Sequencing Technology Group, Joint Genome Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Walnut C, USA, cwei@lbl.gov; Ngan, C., Sequencing Technology Group, Joint Genome Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Walnut C, USA, cyngan@lbl.gov; Worden, A. Z., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Moss Landing, CA, USA, azworden@mbari.org;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 17226

DIVERSITY OF DIATOM IRON METABOLISM GENES REVEALED THROUGH WHOLE TRANSCRIPTOME SEQUENCING

Groussman, R. D., University of Washington, USA, rgroussman@gmail.com; Parker, M. S., University of Washington, USA, micaela@uw.edu; Armbrust, E. V., University of Washington, USA, armbrust@uw.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 15359

COMPARISON OF TRANSCRIPTOMES AND METABOLOMIC PROFILES FOR TWO CLONES OF THE DINOFLAGELLATE KARENIA BREVIS

Campbell, L., Texas A&M University, Department of Oceanography, USA, lisacampbell@tamu.edu; Errera, R. M., Texas A&M University, Department of Oceanography, USA, RMErrera@tamu.edu; Ryan, D. E., Texas A&M University, Department of Oceanography, USA, deryan@geos.tamu.edu; Bourdelais, A. J., University of North Carolina Wilmington, Center for Marine Science, USA, bourdelaisa@uncw.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 319 AB | Abstract ID 15909

ANALYSIS OF PALYTOXIN PRODUCTION IN PALYTHOA TUBERCULOSA BY AN INTEGRATED METAGENOMICS AND TRANSCRIPTOMICS APPROACH

Jenke-Kodama, H., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, holger.jenke-kodama@oist.jp; Tamura, M., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, tmakorin2001@gmail.com; Taira, Y., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, ytaira@oist.jp; Reimer, J. D., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, jreimer@sci.u-ryukyu.ac.jp;

156 - Circulation, Mixing and Deep Water Formation in the Deep Basins of the North Atlantic and on the Adjacent Continental Shelves

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 16738

WIND-DRIVEN ARCTIC FRESHWATER ANOMALIES

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

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 16508

CHARTING THE PATHWAYS AND INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY OF A SHELF-EDGE CURRENT

Jones, S. C., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, sam.jones@sams.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 17315

NEW DIRECT ESTIMATES OF ICELAND-SCOTLAND OVERFLOW WATER TRANSPORT THROUGH THE CHARLIE-GIBBS FRACTURE ZONE

Bower, A. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, abower@whoi.edu; Furey, H. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hfurey@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 16809

IMPACT OF SUBPOLAR NORTH ATLANTIC WARMING ON GREENLAND’S GLACIERS

Straneo, F., WHOI, USA, fstraneo@whoi.edu; Sutherland, D., Univ. Oregon, USA, dsuth@uoregon.edu; Holte, J., WHOI, USA, jholte@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 314 | Abstract ID 14392

SURFACE BUOYANT PLUMES FROM MELTING ICEBERGS IN THE LABRADOR SEA

Yankovsky, A. E., University of South Carolina, USA, ayankovsky@geol.sc.edu; Yashayaev, I., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada, Igor.Yashayaev@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 314 | Abstract ID 16499

THE IMPACT OF ICEBERGS ON FRESHWATER DISTRIBUTION AND STRATIFICATION IN THE SUBPOLAR NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

Sutherland, D. A., University of Oregon, USA, dsuth@uoregon.edu; Nash, J. D., Oregon State University, Canada, nash.coas@gmail.com; Shroyer, E. L., Oregon State University, USA, eshroyer.ceoas@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 314 | Abstract ID 13775

MULTI-DECADAL VARIABILITY OF THE EASTERN NORTH ATLANTIC SUBPOLAR GYRE; RESULTS FROM THE EXTENDED ELLETT LINE

Holliday, N. P., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, penny.holliday@noc.ac.uk; Cunningham, S., SAMS, United Kingdom, Stuart.Cunningham@sams.ac.uk; Johnson, C., SAMS, United Kingdom, clare.johnson@sams.ac.uk; Gary, S., SAMS, United Kingdom, ;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 314 | Abstract ID 15397

WATER MASS VARIABILITY OBSERVED AT THE MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE IN THE SUBPOLAR NORTH ATLANTIC

Denker, C., Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (BSH-Hamburg), Germany, claudia.denker@bsh.de; Klein, B., Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany (BSH-Hamburg), Germany, ; Kieke, D., Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Bremen, Germany, Germany, ;

161 - HABS and Invasive Species

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 16906

HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS IN CHESAPEAKE BAY: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND LONG-TERM PERSPECTIVES.

Egerton, T. A., Old Dominion University, USA, tegerton@odu.edu; Semcheski, M. R., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Muller, M. T., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Filippino, K. C., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Marshall, H. G., Old Dominion University, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 12966

INCREASED CELLULAR TOXICITY UNDER NUTRIENT LIMITATION PROMOTES THE FORMATION AND SEVERITY OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS: A MODEL STUDY OF RED TIDE

Sunda, W. G., Beaufort Laboratory, NCCOS, NOS, NOAA, USA, bill.sunda@noaa.gov; Shertzer, K. W., Beaufort Laboratory, SEFC, NMFS, NOAA, , ;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 13220

EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS, PHAGOTROPHIC FEEDING AND ALLELOPATHY ON BLOOM DYNAMICS OF POTENTIALLY HARMFUL DINOFLAGELLATES

Busch, M., University of Oldenburg, Germany, Michaela.Busch@uni-oldenburg.de; Peiffer, F., University of Oldenburg, Germany, Friederike.Peiffer@uni-oldenburg.de; Hillebrand, H., University of Oldenburg, Germany, Helmut.Hillebrand@uni-oldenburg.de; Moorthi, S. D., University of Oldenburg, Germany, Stefanie.Moorthi@uni-oldenburg.de;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 15298

INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE VARIABLES ON A MARINE DIATOM COMMUNITY

Tatters, A. O., University of Southern California, USA, tatters@usc.edu; Xu, K., University of Southern California, , kxu2013@gmail.com; Fu, F., University of Southern California, USA, ffu@usc.edu; Walworth, N. G., University of Southern California, USA, nwalwort@usc.edu ; Hutchins, D. A., University of Southern California, USA, dahutch@usc.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 315 | Abstract ID 13726

EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION-INDUCED SWIMMING BEHAVIORS ON POPULATION DISTRIBUTIONS AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION OF THE RAPHIDOPHYTE HETEROSIGMA AKASHIWO

Kim, H., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Columbia University, USA, hk2768@columbia.edu; Menden-Deuer, S., University of Rhode Island, USA, smenden@mail.uri.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 315 | Abstract ID 16727

THE COMBINATORIAL EFFECT OF SALINITY AND TEMPERATURE ON CELLULAR PERMEABILITY AND TOXICITY OF HETEROSIGMA AKASHIWO, FROM PUGET SOUND, WA

Ikeda, C. E., San Francisco State University / Romberg Tiburon Center, USA, christopher.ikeda@gmail.com; Bronicheski, C. G., Western University, Canada, cbronic@uwo.ca; Trick, C. G., Western University, Canada, trick@uwo.ca; Cochlan, W. P., San Francisco State University / Romberg Tiburon Center, USA, cochlan@sfsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:30 | 315 | Abstract ID 14227

RECENT INCREASES IN WATER MASS VARIABILITY IN THE GULF OF MAINE REGION: EFFECTS ON NUTRIENTS AND HAB SPECIES, ALEXANDRIUM FUNDYENSE AND PSEUDO-NITZSCHIA SPP.

Townsend, D. W., University of Maine, USA, davidt@maine.edu; Pettigrew, N. R., University of Maine, USA, nealp@maine.edu; McGillicuddy, D. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dmcgillicuddy@whoi.edu; Shankar, S., University of Maine, USA, sugandha.shankar@maine.edu; Hubbard, K. A., Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, USA, katherine.hubbard@myfwc.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 315 | Abstract ID 17503

CYANOBACTERIA PREDOMINANCE IN FRESHWATER EUTROPHIC LAKES IS LINKED TO IRON SCAVENGING STRATEGY THAT USES SIDEROPHORES AND TOXINS

Du, X., Biology, Western University, Canada, ;

170 - Ecosystems: processes, assessment, and management

2/27/2014 | 08:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17043

INVESTIGATING CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM RESPONSE TO INCREASING NUTRIENTS: HERBIVORY AS A CONTROL OF ALGAL GROWTH IN TWO HAWAI’I NATIONAL PARKS

Kramer, K. L., University of Hawai'i, Hilo, USA, KramerKL@hawaii.edu; Beets, J., University of Hawai'i, Hilo, USA, Beets@Hawaii.edu; Brown, E., National Park Service, USA, Eric_Brown@nps.gov; Smith, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, smithj@ucsd.edu; Beavers, S., National Park Service, USA, sallie_beavers@nps.gov;

2/27/2014 | 08:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13710

RED FLAGS OR RED HERRINGS REVISITED: USING ECOSYSTEM INDICATORS TO TRACK ECOSYSTEM STATUS IN THE GULF OF ALASKA

Zador, S. G., NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center, USA, stephani.zador@noaa.gov; Renner, H., USFWS, USA, heather_renner@fws.gov;

2/27/2014 | 08:30 | 316 C | Abstract ID 15431

MEIOFAUNAL ABUNDANCES ON THE CONTINENTAL RISE OFF THE COAST OF CALIFORNIA

Rohal, M., Florida State University, USA, melissa.rohal@tamucc.edu; Thistle, D., Florida State University, USA, dthistle@ocean.fsu.edu; Easton, E., Florida State University, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | 08:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 14775

NEW TOOLS TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE OCEANS IN CANADA: THE CANADIAN HEALTHY OCEANS NETWORK (CHONE)

Snelgrove, P., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, psnelgro@mun.ca; Archambault, P., Université du Québec à Rimouski, Canada, Philippe_Archambault@uqar.ca; Juniper, S. K., University of Victoria, Canada, kjuniper@uvic.ca; Lawton, P., St. Andrews Biological Station, Canada, Peter.Lawton@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; McKindsey, A Metaxas, P Pepin, V Tunnicliffe, C., Insitut Maurice-Lamontagne, Dalhousie, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre, University of Victoria, , ;

2/27/2014 | 09:00 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17686

MARINE HYPOXIA: SHIFTING COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN THE NORTHWESTERN GULF OF MEXICO

Counsell, C. W., University of Hawai'i, USA, counsell@hawaii.edu; Craig, J. K., NMFS Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, Kevin.Craig@noaa.gov; Dimarcio, S., Texas A&M University, USA, sdimarco@tamu.edu;

2/27/2014 | 09:15 | 316 C | Abstract ID 13402

ECOSYSTEM MODELLING IN THE GULF OF MEXICO SUPPORTING AN INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT

Ainsworth, C. H., University of South Florida, USA, ainsworth@usf.edu; Schirripa, M. J., SEFSC-NOAA, USA, michael.schirripa@noaa.gov; Mahmoudi, B., Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, USA, behzad.mahmoudi@myfwc.com;

2/27/2014 | 09:45 | 316 C | Abstract ID 17996

STRONG, BUT OPPOSING, β-DIVERSITY-STABILITY RELATIONSHIPS AFFECT CORAL REEF CONSERVATION ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA

Mellin, C., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, camile.mellin@adelaide.edu.au; Bradshaw, C. J., The Environment Institute and School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Adelaid, Australia, corey.bradshaw@adelaide.edu.au; Fordham, D. A., The Environment Institute and School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Adelaid, Australia, damien.fordham@adelaide.edu.au; Caley, M. J., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, j.caley@aims.gov.au;