Program and Agenda

Agenda Detail

2/27/2014 | 16:00 - 18:00 | POSTER

002 - Understanding Coupled Human-Natural Systems: Multi-disciplinary Approaches for Addressing Sustainability of the Marine Environment

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17908

CHANGES IN THE DELIVERY OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN GALVESTON BAY, TX, UNDER DIFFERENT SEA-LEVEL RISE SCENARIOS

Guannel, G., Natural Capital Project, USA, gguannel@stanford.edu; Brenner, J., The Nature Conservancy, USA, jbrenner@tnc.org; Faries, J., Natural Capital Project, USA, jfaries@stanford.edu; Silver, J., Natural Capital Project, USA, jess.silver@stanford.edu; Thompson, M., The Nature Conservancy, USA, michael_thompson@tnc.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13197 | Poster ID 1545

NODAL POINT POLLUTION, VARIABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF WATER QUALITY STRESSORS IN MESOHALINE TIDAL CREEKS

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

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13615 | Poster ID 1546

QUANTIFYING RELATIVE RISK WITHIN THE GULF OF MEXICO LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM

Cook, G. S., University of Miami, USA, gcook@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13935 | Poster ID 1547

UTILITY OF COASTAL SEA SCIENCE

von Storch, H., Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, hvonstorch@web.de; Kollegen des Instituts für Küstenforschung, -., Helmholtz zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, hvonstorch@web.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.hvonstorch.de/klima

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14059 | Poster ID 1548

COUPLED, INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES ON PACIFIC HERRING; LOW TROPHIC LEVEL FISH IN NEARSHORE SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

Hessing-Lewis, M., Simon Fraser University, Canada, margoth@gmail.com; McKechnie, I., Simon Fraser University, Canada, ii@interchange.ubc.ca; Leposky, S., Simon Fraser University, Canada, dlepofsk@sfu.ca; Hunt, B., University of British Columbia, Canada, bhunt@eos.ubc.ca; Salomon, A., Simon Fraser University, Canada, anne.salomon@sfu.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14153 | Poster ID 1549

UNDERSTANDING LONG-TERM CHANGES OF COASTAL SYSTEMS FOR SUSTAINABLE DECISIONS IN THE BALTIC SEA

Meinke, I., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, insa.meinke@hzg.de; von Storch, H., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, hvonstorch@web.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.norddeutsches-klimabuero.de

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14301 | Poster ID 1550

INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF OYSTERS IN ALTERING NET N2 FLUXES USING NOVEL IN-SITU EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

Carey, J. C., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA, joanna.carey@gmail.com; Ayvazian, S., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA, ayvazian.suzanne@epa.gov; Hancock, B., The Nature Conservancy, USA, bhanock@tnc.org; Brown, D. S., The Nature Conservancy, USA, dsbrown@tnc.org; Fulweiler, R. W., Boston University, USA, rwf@bu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14609 | Poster ID 1551

AN ECOSYSTEM-BASED MODELING SYSTEM FOR PREDICTING OIL SPILL IMPACTS IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

Carroll, J., Akvaplan-niva, Norway, jc@akvaplan.niva.no; Juselius, J., UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, Norway, jonas.juselius@uit.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/symbioses-an-integrated-modeling-framework-for-decision-support-in-marine-ecosystem-based.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14797 | Poster ID 1552

HIGH RESOLUTION SHALLOW WATER SEISMIC: A TOOL TO BETTER ADDRESS COASTAL PLANNING

Correggiari, A., CNR ISMAR , Italy, anna.correggiari@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Remia, A., CNR ISMAR, Italy, a.remia@bo.ismar.cnr.it; Calabrese, L., SGSS, Regione Emilia-Romagna, Italy, LCalabrese@Regione.Emilia-Romagna.it; Luciani, P., SGSS, Regione Emilia-Romagna, Italy, PLuciani@Regione.Emilia-Romagna.it; Perini, L., SGSS, Regione Emilia-Romagna, Italy, LPerini@regione.emilia-romagna.it;

ePoster Link: http://www.ismar.cnr.it/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15112 | Poster ID 1553

THE DYNAMICS OF NATURAL AND HUMAN SYSTEMS IN MARINE TOURISM: UNDERSTANDING DOLPHIN SWIM EXPERIENCES AND HUMAN PERCEPTIONS

Wiener, C. S., York University , Canada, cwiener@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15437 | Poster ID 1554

DISPERSION OF TERRESTRIAL PATHOGENS IN COASTAL WATERS OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA: LINKING SEA OTTERS TO YOUR CAT

Nidzieko, N. J., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Horn Point Laboratory, USA, nidzieko@umces.edu; Shapiro, K., University of California Davis, USA, ; VanWormer, E., University of California Davis, USA, ; Conrad, P. A., University of California Davis, USA, ; Largier, J. L., University of California Davis, Bodega Marine Laboratory, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15486 | Poster ID 1555

POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF ENHANCED OCEAN UPWELLING

Clemente, T. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa / Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, USA, tclement@hawaii.edu; Böttjer, D., University of Hawaii at Manoa / Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, , dbottjer@hawaii.edu; Wilson, S. T., University of Hawaii at Manoa / Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, , stwilson@hawaii.edu; Björkman, K. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa / Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, , bjorkman@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa / Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, , dkarl@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/potential-environmental-consequences-of-enhanced-ocean-upwelling.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15578 | Poster ID 1556

SEA TURTLE FRIENDLY LIGHTING IN FLORIDA: UNDERSTANDING THE POLICY IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT PROCESS

McCray, J. E., University of Florida, USA, jmccray@ufl.edu; Jacobson, S. K., University of Florida, USA, jacobson@ufl.edu; Carthy, R. R., University of Florida/ FL Coop Fish and Wildlife Research Unit , USA, ngosi@ufl.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15705 | Poster ID 1557

DATA MANAGEMENT AND DISSEMINATION IN THE “TOHOKU ECOSYSTEM-ASSOCIATED MARINE SCIENCES (TEAMS)” PROJECT

Hanafusa, Y., JAMSTEC, Japan, hanafusay@jamstec.go.jp; Kaneko, J., JAMSTEC, Japan, kanekoj@jamstec.go.jp; Yasuda, A., JAMSTEC, Japan, aiyasuda@jamstec.go.jp; Saito, N., JAMSTEC, Japan, saiton@jamstec.go.jp; Hase, H., JAMSTEC, Japan, haseh@jamstec.go.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/data-management-and-dissemination-in-the-tohoku-ecosystem-associated-marine-sciences-teams-project

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15995 | Poster ID 1558

BENTHIC MICROSCOPIC FAUNA: A MISSING BIOLOGICAL ELEMENT FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF GOOD ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS ACCORDING TO THE MARINE STRATEGY FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE

Grego, M., National Institute of Biology, Slovenia, grego@mbss.org; De Troch, M., Ghent University, Belgium, Marleen.DeTroch@UGent.be; Francé, J., National Institute of Biology, Slovenia, france@mbss.org; Kogovšek, T., National Institute of Biology, Slovenia, kogovsek@mbss.org; Orlando – Bonaca, M., National Institute of Biology, Slovenia, Martina.Orlando@mbss.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16378 | Poster ID 1559

GIS AS A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY INTEGRATION TOOL FOR MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

Stephens, D., Esri, USA, dstephens@esri.com; Wright, D., Esri, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16701 | Poster ID 1560

THE UPPER LAYER RESPONSE TO AN EXTENDED SHALLOW DIVERSION OF A WASTEWATER PLUME – WHERE DID ALL THE NUTRIENTS GO?

Seegers, B. N., University of Southern California, USA, seegers@usc.edu; Kudela, R. M., University of California Santa Cruz, USA, kudela@ucsc.edu ; Teel, E. N., University of Southern California, USA, eteel@usc.edu; Caron, D. A., University of Southern California, , dcaron@usc.edu ; Jones, B. H., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Burt.Jones@kaust.edu.sa;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17591 | Poster ID 1561

AN ATLANTIC SEA SCALLOP INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT MODEL TO EXPLORE OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND TEMPERATURE RISE

Cooley, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, scooley@whoi.edu; Rheuban, J. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jrheuban@whoi.edu; Hart, D., NOAA NMFS NEFSC, USA, deborah.hart@noaa.gov; Hare, J., NOAA NMFS NEFSC, USA, Jon.Hare@noaa.gov; Doney, S. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sdoney@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17691 | Poster ID 1562

LINKING SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS USING SPATIALLY AND TEMPORALLY EXPLICIT ECOSYSTEM SERVICE METRICS TO FOSTER ISLAND SYSTEM RESILIENCE

Delevaux, J. M., University of Hawaii Manoa, USA, jademd@hawaii.edu; Oleson, K. L., University of Hawaii Manoa, USA, koleson@hawaii.edu; Donovan, M., University of Hawaii Manoa, USA, mdono@hawaii.edu; Friedlander, A., University of Hawaii Manoa, USA, friedlan@hawaii.edu; Kittinger, J. N., Stanford University, USA, jkitt@stanford.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www2.hawaii.edu/~koleson

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17906 | Poster ID 1563

AN ECOLOGY-BASED APPROACH TO EVALUATION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: OFFSHORE MARINE STRUCTURES AS ARTIFICIAL REEFS

Parks, A. B., Integral Consulting Inc., USA, bparks@integral-corp.com; Whitehead, K., Integral Consulting Inc., USA, kwhitehead@integral-corp.com; Pastorok, R. A., Integral Consulting Inc., USA, rpastorok@integral-corp.com; Preziosi, D. V., Integral Consulting Inc., USA, dpreziosi@integral-corp.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17959 | Poster ID 1564

HAWAIIAN CULTURAL SEASCAPES

Puniwai, N., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, npuniwai@hawaii.edu; Gray, S. A., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, sagray@hawaii.edu; Lepczyk, C. A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, lepczyk@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18037 | Poster ID 1631

THE MEDINA E-INFRASTRUCTURE: INTEROPERABLE SPATIAL DATA HUB FOR MONITORING COASTAL AND MARINE ECOSYSTEM STATUS IN NO. AFRICAN COASTS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Malvarez, G., Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain, gcmalgar@upo.es; Navas, F., Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain, fnavas@upo.es; Guisado, E., Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain, esguipin@upo.es; Pastres, R., Univ. Ca. Fostori Venezia, Italy, pastres@unive.it;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18056 | Poster ID 1632

PEOPLE, HABITATS, SPECIES, AND GOVERNANCE: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM OF LA PARGUERA, PUERTO RICO

Martinez, F. A., NOAA, USA, felix.martinez@noaa.gov; Valdes-Pizzini, M., University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, ; Scharer, M., University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, ; Dowgiallo, M., NOAA, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18110 | Poster ID 1633

THE PHYSICS OF DREDGED MATERIAL PLACEMENT WITHIN NEARSHORE WATERS: AS OBSERVED BY A CRAB

Moritz, H. R., U S Corps of Engineers, USA, hans.r.moritz@usace.army.mil; Norton, J., U S Corps of Engineers, USA, Jarod.k.norton@usace.army.mil; Ott, M., U S Corps of Engineers, USA, michael.e.ott@usace.army.mil; Smith, G., U S Corps of Engineers, USA, gretchen.v.smith@usace.army.mil; Roegner, C., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, USA, Curtis.roegner@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-physics-of-dredged-material-placement-within-nearshore-waters-as-observed-by-crab.pdf

005 - Air-Sea Gas Exchange

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13146 | Poster ID 800

EVALUATION FOR METHANE EMISSIONS OF THE INTERTIDAL FLAT SEDIMENTS USING ENCLOSURE CHAMBER TECHNIQUE METHOD, MID-WEST SOUTH KOREA

Lee, J., Korea Institute Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, leejh@kiost.ac; Jeong, K., Korea Institute Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ksjeong@kiost.ac; Woo, H., Korea Institute Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, hjwoo@kiost.ac; Kang, J., Korea Institute Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jwkhang7@kiost.ac; Lee, D., Korea Institute Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, thomaslee0118@kiost.ac;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13543 | Poster ID 802

SUMMERTIME DISTRIBUTION AND AIR-SEA FLUXES OF CLIMATICALLY ACTIVE GASES IN EUROPEAN SHELF SEAS.

Wager, N. J., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, n.wager@uea.ac.uk; Kaiser, J., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, J.Kaiser@uea.ac.uk; Bakker, D. C., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, D.Bakker@uea.ac.uk; Lee, G. A., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, G.A.Lee@uea.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13809 | Poster ID 803

APPLICATION OF CONTINUOUS FERRYBOX DATA SETS TO CARBON FLUX ESTIMATES IN EUROPEAN COASTAL WATERS

Haller, M., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, michael.haller@hzg.de; Petersen, W., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, wilhelm.petersen@hzg.de; Callies, U., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, ulrich.callies@hzg.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14070 | Poster ID 804

THE ROLE OF NON-BREAKING SURFACE WAVES IN AIR-WATER GAS TRANSFER

Tsai, W., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, wttsai@ntu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14477 | Poster ID 805

ESTIMATION OF AIR-SEA SURFACE CARBON-DIOXIDE TRANSFER VELOCITY USING ERS-2 DATA

YU, T., Shanghai Ocean University, China, tyu@shou.edu.cn; HE, Y., Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China, yjhe@nuist.edu.cn; SONG, J., Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, songjb@qdio.ac.cn; XIA, Y., Shanghai Ocean University, China, xiayj_shou@126.com; LI, J., Shanghai Ocean University, China, lij.shou@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14664 | Poster ID 806

DIRECT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF NEAR-SURFACE TURBULENCE – AN EVALUATION OF METHODS FOR ESTIMATING AIR-WATER GAS EXCHANGE

Fredriksson, S. T., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, sam.fredriksson@gvc.gu.se; Arneborg, L., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, lars.arneborg@gvc.gu.se; Nilsson, H., Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, hakan.nilsson@chalmers.se; Handler, R. A., Texas A&M University, USA, rhandler@tamu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15186 | Poster ID 807

ETHANOL DISTRIBUTION IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS: POTENTIAL IMPACT ON ATMOSPHERIC CONCENTRATIONS

Avery, G. B., UNCW, USA, averyg@uncw.edu; Mead, R. N., UNCW, USA, Meadr@uncw.edu; Kieber, R. J., UNCW, USA, kieberr@uncw.edu; Willey, J. D., UNCW, USA, willeyj@uncw.edu; Skrabal, S. A., UNCW, USA, skrabals@uncw.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15601 | Poster ID 809

ESTIMATION OF THE GLOBAL AIR-SEA CO2 GAS FLUX CONSIDERING WAVE BREAKING

Suzuki, N., Kinki University, Japan, nsuzuki@mech.kindai.ac.jp; Donelan, M. A., RSMAS University of Miami, USA, mdonelan@rsmas.miami.edu; Masuda, J., EXEDY Corporation, Japan, j-masuda@exedy.com; Komori, S., Kyoto University, Japan, komori@mech.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Takagaki, N., Kyoto University, Japan, takagaki@me.kyoto-u.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/estimation-of-the-global-air-sea-co2-gas-flux-considering-wave-breaking.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16011 | Poster ID 810

HIGH-RESOLUTION 2-D FLUORESCENCE IMAGING OF GAS TRANSFER AT A FREE WATER SURFACE

Kräuter, C., Universtiy of Heidelberg, Germany, christine.Kraeuter@iup.uni-heidelberg.de; Trofimova, D., Universtiy of Heidelberg, Germany, darya.trofimova@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de; Nagel, L., University of Heidelberg, Germany, leila.nagel@iup.uni-heidelberg.de; Jähne, B., University of Heidelberg, Germany, bernd.jaehne@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16084 | Poster ID 811

MEASUREMENT OF WIND WAVE STATISTICS FROM SPECULAR REFLECTIONS

Kiefhaber, D., Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Heidelberg, Germany, daniel.kiefhaber@iup.uni-heidelberg.de; Zappa, C. J., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA, zappa@ldeo.columbia.edu; Jähne, B., Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Heidelberg, Germany, bernd.jaehne@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16217 | Poster ID 812

THE EFFECT OF SURFACTANTS OF NEAR-SURFACE CONCENTRATION FLUCTUATIONS DUE TO TURBULENCE AND WIND STRESS

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16391 | Poster ID 813

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AIR-SEA GAS TRANSFER VELOCITIES AND OCEAN SURFACE DISSIPATION OF TURBULENT KINETIC ENERGY

Ward, B., National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, bward@nuigalway.ie; Sutherland, G., National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, graig.sutherland@gmail.com; Miller, S. D., State University of New York at Albany, USA, smiller@albany.edu; Saltzman, E. S., University of California, Irvine,, USA, eric.saltzman@uci.edu; Bell, T. G., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, tbe@pml.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://airsea.nuigalway.ie

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16396 | Poster ID 814

DISCRIMINATING BETWEEN ACTIVE AND MATURING OCEAN WHITECAPS

Scanlon, B., Air-Sea Physics lab, School of Physics, NUIG, Galway, Ireland, Ireland, brianoscanlain@gmail.com; Ward, B., Air-Sea Physics lab, School of Physics, NUIG, Galway, Ireland, Ireland, bward@nuigalway.ie;

ePoster Link: http://airsea.nuigalway.ie

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16424 | Poster ID 815

MAPPING FLOW DISTORTION ON OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH VESSELS USING COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

O'Sullivan, N., School of Physics and Ryan Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland., Ireland, n.osullivan4@nuigalway.ie; Landwehr, S., School of Physics and Ryan Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland., Ireland, sebastian.landwehr@gmail.com; Miller, S. D., Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, USA, smiller@albany.edu; Ward, B., School of Physics and Ryan Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland., Ireland, bward@nuigalway.ie;

ePoster Link: http://airsea.nuigalway.ie

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17057 | Poster ID 816

OPTIMIZING SURVEILLANCE BY MULTIPLE INTERACTING UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS) USING ADAPTIVE ALBATROSS FLIGHT CONTROLS

McGillivary, P. A., US Coast Guard, USA, pmcgillivary@gmail.com; Hackbarth, P. A., Hamburg University of Technology, Germany, axel.hackbarth@tuhh.de; Sousa, J. T., University of Porto, Portugal, jtasso@fe.up.pt; Johansen, T. A., NTNU, Norway, tor.arne.johansen@itk.ntnu.no;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17229 | Poster ID 817

GLOBAL ESTIMATE OF MARINE ISOPRENE EMISSION BASED ON SOUMI-NPP VIIRS OCEAN COLOR DATA

Tong, D. Q., George Mason University, USA, qtong@gmu.edu; Lei, H., George Mason University, USA, hlei3@gmu.edu; Pan, L., NOAA/OAR/ARL, USA, li.pan@noaa.gov; Lee, P., NOAA/OAR/ARL, USA, pius.lee@noaa.gov; Wang, M., NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA, menghua.wang@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17678 | Poster ID 818

PARAMETERIZING BUBBLE-MEDIATED AIR-SEA GAS EXCHANGE AND ITS EFFECT ON OCEAN VENTILATION

Liang, J. H., University of Washington, USA, liangjh@apl.uw.edu; Deutsch, C. A., University of Washington, USA, cdeutsch@uw.edu; McWilliams, J. C., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, jcm@atmos.ucla.edu; Baschek, B. G., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Centre, Germany, burkard.baschek@hzg.de; Sullivan, P. P., National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA, pps@ucar.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17683 | Poster ID 893

AIR-SEA INTERACTION MEASUREMENTS FROM THE CONTROLLED TOWED VEHICLE

Khelif, D., University of California, Irvine, USA, dkhelif@uci.edu; Bluth, R., Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, USA, rtbluth@nps.edu; Jonsson, H., Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, USA, hjonsson@nps.edu; Barge, J., Zivko Aeronautics , USA, J.Barge@zivko.com; Zivko, E., Zivko Aeronautics , USA, E.Zivko@zivko.com;

011 - Mapping, monitoring and managing mesophotic reefs: Scientific insights and technologies to address coral resource management challenges

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17261 | Poster ID 2418

CARBONATE BUDGETS OF STRUCTURALLY DISTINCT MESOPHOTIC REEFS

Weinstein, D. K., University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, dweinstein@rsmas.miami.edu; Klaus, J. S., University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, jklaus@rsmas.miami.edu; Smith, T. B., University of the Virgin Islands, Center for Marine and Environmental Studies, U.S. Virgin Isles, tsmith@uvi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.rsmas.miami.edu/users/dweinstein/Publications.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16983 | Poster ID 2419

DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS REEF FISH DETERMINED FROM STEREO-VIDEO SURVEYS IN SHALLOW AND MESOPHOTIC HABITATS

Asher, J. M., NOAA PIFSC CRED, USA, jacob.asher@noaa.gov; Williams, I., NOAA PIFSC CRED, USA, ivor.williams@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16960 | Poster ID 2420

CORAL EXTENSION RATE ANALYSIS USING COMPUTED AXIAL TOMOGRAPHY

Yudelman, E. A., Texas A&M University, USA, EAyudelman@ocean.tamu.edu; Slowey, N. C., Texas A&M University, USA, nslowey@ocean.tamu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16546 | Poster ID 2422

KUPUNA CORALS, SHARKS, AND FISH NEED OUR HELP AT OLOWALU: USING GIS TO BRIDGE THE DISCONNECT BETWEEN SCIENCE AND THE COMUNITY.

John Fitzpatrick, M., University of Hawaii Maui College, USA, johnfitz@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16024 | Poster ID 2423

HIDDEN HABITAT AND BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOTS: THE IMPORTANCE OF AUSTRALIA’S SUBMERGED OCEANIC SHOALS

Moore, C., University of Western Australia, Australia, cordelia.moore@uwa.edu.au; Heyward, A., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, a.heyward@aims.gov.au; Radford, B., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, b.radford@aims.gov.au; Cappo, M., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, m.cappo@aims.gov.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/hidden-habitat-and-biodiversity-hotspots-the-importance-of-australias-submerged-oceanic-shoals-1.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15527 | Poster ID 2424

MAPPING THE RESILIENCE OF THE CORAL REEF SOCIO-ECOSYSTEMS IN JAPAN

Collin, A., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, antoinecollin1@gmail.com; Nadaoka, K., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, nadaoka@mei.titech.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/mapping-the-resilience-of-the-coral-reef-socio-ecosystems-in-japan.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14550 | Poster ID 2426

TROPHIC STRUCTURE OF MESOPHOTIC FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Kosaki, R., NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, USA, randall.kosaki@Noaa.gov; Kane, C., Washington State University, USA, corikane@gmail.com; Pyle, R., B.P. Bishop Museum, USA, deepreef@bishopmuseum.org; Wagner, D., NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, USA, daniel.wagner@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14481 | Poster ID 2427

ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF DOMINANT MESOPHOTIC MACROALGAL ASSEMBLAGES ACROSS THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO

Spalding, H. L., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, hspaldin@hawaii.edu; Smith, C. M., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, limuwahine@gmail.com; Sherwood, A. R., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, asherwoo@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14261 | Poster ID 2428

THE ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF MACROBENTHIC ORGANISMS AT MESOPHOTIC CORAL REEF ECOSTYSTEMS IN THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Chang, C., University of Hawaii, USA, chantel.chang@gmail.com; Wagner, D., NOAA Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, , daniel.wagner@noaa.gov; Kosaki, R. K., NOAA Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, USA, randall.kosaki@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14026 | Poster ID 2429

DEEP-WATER EXPLORATIONS OF BLACK CORALS IN THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Wagner, D., 1NOAA Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, USA, daniel.wagner@noaa.gov; Kosaki, R. K., 1NOAA Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, USA, Randall.Kosaki@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13061 | Poster ID 2430

THE LOWER MESOPHOTIC ZONE OF THE GREAT BARRIER AND THE CORAL SEA ATOLLS: COMMUNITY STRUCTURE, DEPTH LIMITS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Englebert, N., The University of Queensland, Australia, n.englebert@uq.edu.au; Bongaerts, P., The University of Queensland, Australia, pim@uq.edu.au; Hoegh-Gulberg, O., The University of Queensland, Australia, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17526 | Poster ID 2473

DIVERGENT CORAL REEF AND HARD BOTTOM COMMUNITIES OF A MESOPHOTIC SHELF EDGE IN THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS

Henderson, L. M., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, lmhndrsn@gmail.com; Smith, T. B., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, tsmith@live.uvi.edu; Kadison, E., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, ekadiso@live.uvi.edu; Brandtneris, V., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, vbrandtneris@rsmas.miami.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/divergent-coral-reef-and-hard-bottom-communities-of-a-mesophotic-shelf-edge-in-the-us-virgin.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17771 | Poster ID 2474

MESOPHOTIC REEFS AS CRITICAL COMPONENTS OF CORAL REPRODUCTIVE NETWORKS

Holstein, D., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, dan.holstein@gmail.com; Vaz, A. C., University of Miami, USA, avaz@rsmas.miami.edu; Smith, T. B., University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Isles, tsmith@uvi.edu; Paris, C. B., University of Miami, USA, cparis@rsmas.miami.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.uvi.edu/directory/profiles/staff/smith-tyler.aspx

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17781 | Poster ID 2475

REFUGE IN THE DEEP: SHALLOW CORAL REEF FISHES UTILIZE MESOPHOTIC REEF HABITATS IN WEST HAWAII

Kane, C. N., Washington State University, USA, corinne.kane@wsu.edu; Bogeberg, M., Washington State University Vancouver, USA, molly.bogeberg@wsu.edu; Tissot, B. N., Washington State University Vancouver, Humboldt State University, USA, tissot@vancouver.wsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17834 | Poster ID 2476

SUBSTRATE INFLUENCES ON MESOPHOTIC FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN THE AU’AU CHANNEL OFF OF MAUI, HAWAI’I.

Boland, R. C., Hawaii Pacific University, USA, cobalt120ft@yahoo.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18055 | Poster ID 2477

UNSUPERVISED CLASSIFICATION OF CARIBBEAN CORAL REEF ORGANISMS AND SUBSTRATES BASED ON FLUORESCENCE SPECTRA

Zawada, D. G., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, dzawada@usgs.gov; Mazel, C. H., Physical Sciences Incorporated, USA, mazel@psicorp.com;

012 - Oceanic submesoscale processes

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13157 | Poster ID 1436

SEISMIC REFLECTION IMAGING OF SUBMESOSCALE STRUCTURE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN, ALLOWING HIGH RESOLUTION MEASUREMENTS OF DIAPYCNAL DIFFUSIVITY

Falder, M., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, maf49@cam.ac.uk; White, N., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, njw10@cam.ac.uk; Caulfield, C., BP Institute, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, cpc12@cam.ac.uk; Sheen, K., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, K.Sheen@soton.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.esc.cam.ac.uk/people/research-students/mr-matthew-falder

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13262 | Poster ID 1437

THE OBSERVED COOLING-DIFFUSION SPIRALS IN YELLOW SEA

Song, X., Ocean University of China, China, ; Huang, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, ; Wu, D., Ocean University of China, China, ; Qiao, F., The First Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13822 | Poster ID 1438

DO SUBMESOSCALE FLOWS SHALLOW OR DEEPEN THE OCEAN MIXED LAYER?

Brannigan, L. T., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, brannigan@atm.ox.ac.uk; Marshall, D. T., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, marshall@atm.ox.ac.uk; Naveira-Garabato, A. C., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, acng@noc.soton.ac.uk; Nurser, G., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, g.nurser@noc.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www2.physics.ox.ac.uk/contacts/people/brannigan

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13892 | Poster ID 1439

THE SURFACE WAVE INFLUENCE ON MIXED-LAYER FRONTAL CURRENTS AND MULTISCALE TURBULENCE

Suzuki, N., Brown University, USA, nobuhiro_suzuki@brown.edu; Hamlington, P. E., University of Colorado, USA, phamlington@gmail.com; Haney, S., University of Colorado, USA, seanrhaney@gmail.com; Van Roekel, L. P., Northland College, USA, lvanroekel@northland.edu; Fox-Kemper, B., Brown University, USA, baylor@brown.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13937 | Poster ID 1440

TEXAS-LOUISIANA CROSS-SHELF TRANSPORT DUE TO SUBMESOSCALE EDDIES

Thyng, K. M., Texas A&M University, USA, kthyng@tamu.edu; Hetland, R. D., Texas A&M University, USA, hetland@tamu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13991 | Poster ID 1441

NON-CONSERVATIVE PROCESSES AND MESOSCALE STIRRING DRIVEN BY TROPICAL INSTABILITY VORTICES

Holmes, R. M., Stanford University, USA, rmholmes@stanford.edu; Thomas, L. N., Stanford University, USA, leift@stanford.edu; Thompson, L., University of Washington, USA, luanne@u.washington.edu; Darr, D., University of Washington, USA, darr@ocean.washington.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.stanford.edu/~rmholmes

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14015 | Poster ID 1442

HAS THE IMPORTANCE OF SUBMESOSCALE FRONTS BEEN UNDERVALUED IN COASTAL AREAS BORDERED BY THE EAST AUSTRALIAN CURRENT (EAC)?

Mantovanelli, A., The University of New South Wales, Australia, alessandra.mantovanelli@gmail.com; Roughan, M., The University of New South Wales, Australia, mroughan@unsw.edu.au; Keating, S., The University of New South Wales, , s.keating@unsw.edu.au; Wyatt, L., James Cook University, Australia, lucy.wyatt@jcu.edu.au; Schaeffer, A., The University of New South Wales, , a.schaeffer@unsw.edu.au ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14046 | Poster ID 1443

THE INFLUENCE OF MISALIGNED SWELL ON DEVELOPING WIND WAVES

Van Roekel, L. P., Northland College, USA, lvanroekel@northland.edu; Moran, E., Northland College, USA, morane990@myemail.northland.edu; Fox-Kemper, B., Brown University, USA, baylor@brown.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14065 | Poster ID 1444

DOUBLE-DIFFUSIVE INSTABILITIES IN ANCIENT SEAWATER

Pawlowicz, R., Dept. of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada, rpawlowicz@eos.ubc.ca; Scheifele, B., Dept. of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14131 | Poster ID 1445

DIRECT TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY ACOUSTIC FULL WAVEFORM INVERSION

Bornstein, G., Institut de Ciències del Mar (CSIC), Spain, bornstein@icm.csic.es; Biescas, B., Institut de Ciències del Mar (CSIC), Spain, biescas@icm.csic.es; Sallarès, V., Institut de Ciències del Mar (CSIC), Spain, vsallares@icm.csic.es; Mojica, J. F., Institut de Ciències del Mar (CSIC), Spain, jfmojica@icm.csic.es;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14229 | Poster ID 1446

MESO- AND SUBMESOSCALE VARIABILITY WITHIN THE UPWELLING REGIME OFF PERU OBSERVED BY A FLEET OF GLIDERS.

Thomsen, S., Geomar - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, sthomsen@geomar.de; Kanzow, T., Geomar - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, tkanzow@geomar.de; Krahmann, G., Geomar - Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany, gkrahmann@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14272 | Poster ID 1447

CHAOTIC ADVECTION AND MIXING IN AN IDEALIZED THREE-DIMENSIONAL EDDY MODEL

Brett, G. E., MIT-WHOI, USA, gbrett@mit.edu; Pratt, L. J., WHOI, USA, lpratt@whoi.edu; Rypina, I., WHOI, USA, irypina@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14401 | Poster ID 1448

ENERGY PATHWAYS AND LOSS OF BALANCE IN AN IDEALIZED OCEAN BASIN FORCED BY WIND STRESS AND BUOYANCY FLUXES

Barkan, R., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, rbarkan@ucsd.edu; Winters, K. B., Scripps Institution of Oceanography / Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UCSD, USA, ; Llewellyn Smith, S. G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography / Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UCSD, USA, ;

ePoster Link: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/c87gli67eyba7go/Oc_Science_2014_final.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14611 | Poster ID 1501

OBSERVATIONS OF NEAR-INERTIAL SURFACE CURRENTS OFF OREGON: DECORRELATION TIME AND LENGTH SCALES

Kim, S. Y., Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, syongkim@kaist.ac.kr; Kosro, P. M., Oregon State University, USA, kosro@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://imcool.kaist.ac.kr

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14761 | Poster ID 1502

ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL WAVE SYSTEMS OF COMPLEX FORM GENERATED FROM A FLEXIBLE BOUNDARY

Lawrie, A. G., University of Bristol, United Kingdom, andrew.lawrie@bristol.ac.uk; Dalziel, S. B., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, s.dalziel@damtp.cam.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14818 | Poster ID 1503

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ENERGY CASCADE USING HIGH RESOLUTION MULTICHANNEL SEISMIC DATA

Mojica, J., intitut de ciencies del mar, Spain, jfmojica@icm.csic.es; Sallares, V., institut de ciencies del mar, Spain, vsallares@icm.csic.es; Biescas, B., institut de ciencies del mar, Spain, biescas@icm.csic.es; Klaeschen, D., Geomar, Germany, dklaeschen@geomar.de; Bornstein, G., institut de ciencies del mar, Spain, bornstein@icm.csic.es;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14855 | Poster ID 1504

THE ROLE OF THE MIXED LAYER IN SUBMESOSCALE TURBULENCE

Callies, J., MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography, USA, joernc@mit.edu; Ferrari, R., MIT, USA, rferrari@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14883 | Poster ID 1505

DOMINANT FRACTION OF GYRE INTEGRATED SATELLITE CHLOROPHYLL OBSERVED IN SUBMESOSCALE FRONTS

Chen, H., University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, hchen224@wisc.edu; McKinley, G. A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, gamckinley@wisc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14922 | Poster ID 1506

SUBMESOSCALE WATER-MASS SPECTRA IN THE SARGASSO SEA

Kunze, E., APL, U of Washington, USA, kunze@apl.washington.edu; Klymak, J. M., U of Victoria, Canada, jklymak@uvic.ca; Lee, C. M., APL, U of Washington, USA, craig@apl.washington.edu; Goodman, L., UMass/Dartmouth, USA, lgoodman@umassd.edu; Lien, R. C., APL, U of Washington, USA, lien@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14957 | Poster ID 1507

STABILITY OF THE OCEAN MIXED LAYER IN THE PRESENCE OF SURFACE GRAVITY WAVE FORCING

Haney, S., CIRES, Dept. of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA, seanh@colorado.edu; Fox-Kemper, B., Department of Geological Sciences, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, baylor@brown.edu; Julien, K., Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA, keith.julien@colorado.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15103 | Poster ID 1508

3D DYNAMICS OF SQG VORTICES AND PASSIVE SCALAR TRANSPORT

Llewellyn Smith, S. G., UCSD, USA, sgls@ucsd.edu; Keppel, C. E., UCSD, USA, cekeppel@ucsd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/dynamics-of-sqg-vortices-and-passive-scalar-transport.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15201 | Poster ID 1509

FLUORESCEIN DYE STUDIES OF SUBMESOSCALE LATERAL MIXING IN THE OCEAN

Cervantes, B. T., Oregon State University, USA, bkuebel@coas.oregonstate.edu; Levine, M. D., Oregon State University, USA, levine@coas.oregonstate.edu; Pierce, S. D., Oregon State University, USA, spierce@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15329 | Poster ID 1510

FROM BALANCED SHEAR TO TURBULENCE IN AN IDEALIZED SUBMESOSCALE FLOW

Arobone, E. M., University of California San Diego, USA, earobone@ucsd.edu; Sarkar, S., University of California San Diego, USA, sarkar@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15461 | Poster ID 1511

IDENTIFYING WATER MASSES OFF THE SOUTH SHORE OF OAHU USING SEAGLIDER DATA

Pearson, K. A., University of Hawai'i, USA, pearsonk@hawaii.edu; Carter, G. S., University of Hawai'i, USA, gscarter@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15690 | Poster ID 1512

TIDAL OSCILLATIONS IN EAST CHINA SEA SIMULATED BY LES

Wakata, Y., Kyushu University, Japan, wakata@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp; Endoh, T., Kyushu University, Japan, endo@riam.kyushu-u.ac.jp; Yoshikawa, Y., Kyoto University, Japan, yosikawa@kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15844 | Poster ID 1513

QUANTIFYING SUBMESOSCALE FEATURES CAPTURED IN THE COASTAL REGION OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT

North, R. P., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research, Germany, ryan.north@hzg.de; Baschek, B., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research, Germany, burkard.baschek@hzg.de; Carrasco, R., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research, Germany, ; Cysewski, M., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research, Germany, ; Marmorino, G., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, george.marmorino@nrl.navy.mil;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/quantifying-submesoscale-features-captured-in-the-coastal-region-of-the-southern-california-bight

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15853 | Poster ID 1514

ANTICYCLONIC EDDIES IN THE CENTRAL AND COASTAL AREAS OF THE BLACK SEA: STATISTICS AND PARAMETERS OF SALINITY MANIFESTATIONS

Khymchenko, I. E., P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Federation, ninty@list.ru; Tuzhilkin, V. S., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation, ; Serebryany, A. N., N.N. Andreyev Acoustics Institute, Russian Federation, serebryany@hotmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/anticyclonic-eddies-in-the-central-and-coastal-areas-of-the-black-sea-statistics-and-parameters-of.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15855 | Poster ID 1515

VARIABILITY OF THERMOHALINE FRONT IN RESPONSE TO WIND VARIATION IN THE KOREA STRAIT IN AUTUMN: NUMERICAL SIMULATION

Jong-Kyu Kim, J., Kunsan National University, Republic Of Korea, jkoceans11@gmail.com; Choi, B., Kunsan National University, Republic Of Korea, ; Lee, S., Kunsan National University, Republic Of Korea, ; Son, Y., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16230 | Poster ID 1516

A GENERALISED MODEL FOR SUBMESOSCALE FRONTOGENESIS

Shakespeare, C. J., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, cjs211@cam.ac.uk; Taylor, J. R., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, J.R.Taylor@damtp.cam.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/a-generalised-model-for-submesoscale-frontogenesis.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16385 | Poster ID 1517

DYNAMICS OF MESO- AND SUBMESOSCALE PROCESSES FROM IN SITU DATA AND NUMERICAL MODELING IN A COASTAL ENVIRONMENT

Kersalé, M., Aix-Marseille Université - MIO, France, marion.kersale@univ-amu.fr; Petrenko, A. A., Aix-Marseille Université - MIO, France, anne.petrenko@univ-amu.fr; Doglioli, A. M., Aix-Marseille Université - MIO, France, andrea.doglioli@univ-amu.fr; Nencioli, F., Aix-Marseille Université - MIO, France, francesco.nencioli@univ-amu.fr; Dekeyser, I., Aix-Marseille Université - MIO, France, ivan.dekeyser@univ-amu.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16527 | Poster ID 1518

EARLY TRANSFORMATION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN OUTFLOW WATER (MOW) IN THE GULF OF CADIZ, SW IBERIAN PENINSULA: PATHWAYS, MIXING AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY.

Sánchez-Leal, R. F., Spanish Institute of Oceanography, Spain, rleal@cd.ieo.es; Sanchez-Garrido, J. C., University of Malaga, Spain, jcsanchez@ctima.uma.es; Bellanco-Esteban, M. J., Spanish Institute of Oceanography, Spain, mjbellancol@cd.ieo.es; Ruiz-Villarreal, M., Spanish Institute of Oceanography, Spain, manuel.ruiz@co.ieo.es; Gonzalez-Pola, C., Spanish Institute of Oceanography, Spain, cesar.pola@gi.ieo.es;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/early-transformation-of-the-mediterranean-outflow-water-mow-in-the-gulf-of-cadiz-sw-iberian.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16534 | Poster ID 1519

SUBMESOSCALE FRONTOLYSIS EVENT IN THE SAINT-LAWRENCE ESTUARY : OBSERVATIONS VS. MIXED-LAYER SURFACE QUASI-GEOSTROPHY PREDICTIONS

Robitaille, J., Université du Québec à Rimouski, Rimouski,, Canada, julien.robitaille@uqar.ca; Chavanne, C. P., Université du Québec à Rimouski, Rimouski,, Canada, cedric.chavanne@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16678 | Poster ID 1520

AIRBORNE OCEAN COLOR REMOTE SENSING OF SUBMESOSCALE EDDIES NEAR SANTA CATALINA ISLAND

Miller, W. D., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, dave.miller@nrl.navy.mil; Smith, G. B., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, geoff.smith@nrl.navy.mil; Marmorino, G. O., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, george.marmorino@nrl.navy.mil; Baschek, B., Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, burkard.baschek@hzg.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16703 | Poster ID 1521

TURBULENCE INTENSITY IN BAROCLINIC MIXED LAYERS

Harcourt, R. R., University of Washington APL, USA, harcourt@apl.washington.edu; D'Asaro, E. A., University of Washington APL, USA, dasaro@apl.washington.edu; Lee, C. M., University of Washington APL, USA, craig@apl.washington.edu; Shcherbina, A. Y., , , ashcherbina@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16759 | Poster ID 1522

BBL DYNAMICS IN SHALLOW WATERS OF THE EAST CHINA SEA

Jinadasa, S. U., National Aquatic Resources Research and Development Agency, Sri Lanka, narauda@hotmail.com; Lozovatsky, I. D., University of Notre Dame, USA, i.lozovatsky@nd.edu; Fernando, H. J., University of Notre Dame, USA, Harindra.J.Fernando.10@nd.edu; Hong, C. S., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, cshong@kiost.ac; Lee, J. H., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jhlee@kiost.ac;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/bottom-boundary-layer-dynamics-of-shallow-waters-in-east-china-sea.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17187 | Poster ID 1523

THE IMPACT OF TOPOGRAPHY ON CROSS FRONT TRANSPORT AND SUBMESOSCALE TURBULENCE

Zhang, Q., California Institute of Technology, USA, qzh@caltech.edu; Thompson, A. F., California Institute of Technology, USA, andrewt@caltech.edu; Stewart, A. L., California Institute of Technology, USA, stewart@gps.caltech.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17516 | Poster ID 1524

SURFACE IN-SITU OCEAN OPTICS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC GYRE AND CORRELATIONS TO LAGRANGIAN COHERENT STRUCTURES

Aghassi, E. N., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, eaghassi@eri.ucsb.edu; Siegel, D. A., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, davey@eri.ucsb.edu; Nelson, N. B., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, norm@eri.ucsb.edu; Stassinos, E., University of California Santa Barbara, USA, eriks@eri.ucsb.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17525 | Poster ID 1525

DIRECT STREAM FUNCTION ESTIMATION FROM UNDERWAY VELOCITY DATA USING TRIGONOMETRIC BASIS FUNCTIONS

Pierce, S. D., Oregon State University, USA, spierce@coas.oregonstate.edu; Levine, M. D., Oregon State University, USA, ; Cervantes, B. K., Oregon State University, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17863 | Poster ID 1526

OCEANIC EDDY SYMMETRY ALONG THE KUROSHIO IN THE EAST CHINA SEA

Dong, C., UCLA, USA, cdong@atmos.ucla.edu; Liu, Y., Nanjing University of Information, Science and Technology, China, michael.yu.liu.ucla@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18007 | Poster ID 1591

PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES AT FRONTS: THE ROLE OF SUBMESOSCALE STIRRING AND MIXING IN NUTRIENT-LIMITED ECOSYSTEMS

de Verneil, A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, adeverne@ucsd.edu; Franks, P. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, pfranks@ucsd.edu; Mahadevan, A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, amala@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18107 | Poster ID 1592

SEPARATION OF THE NORTH EQUATORIAL CURRENT AT SOUTH PT. HAWAII: A CASE OF DOWNSTREAM INSTABILITY AND VORTEX FORMATION

Futch, V. C., United States Coast Guard Academy, USA, Victoria.C.Futch@uscga.edu; Flament, P., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, pflament@hawaii.edu; Lumpkin, R., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, Rick.Lumpkin@noaa.gov; Armi, L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, larmi@ucsd.edu;

014 - Physical processes along reef-protected coastlines: current observations and future predictions

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14953 | Poster ID 2513

BUOYANCY DRIVEN FLOW IN A CORAL REEF-LAGOON SYSTEM

Barkdull, M. K., Stanford University, USA, mbarkdu@stanford.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu; Atkinson, M., University of Hawaii, USA, mja@hawaii.edu; Lowe, R., University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Falter, J., University of Western Australia, Australia, jim.falter@uwa.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14926 | Poster ID 2514

WAVE ENERGY AND SUBSTRATE STABILITY CONSTRAIN CORAL REEF RECOVERY AFTER VESSEL GROUNDINGS

Viehman, T. S., Duke University, USA, shay.viehman@duke.edu; Hench, J. L., Duke University, USA, jim.hench@duke.edu; Griffin, S. P., NOAA Restoration Center, USA, sean.griffin@noaa.gov; Piniak, G. A., NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, USA, greg.piniak@noaa.gov; Halpin, P. N., Duke University, USA, phalpin@duke.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14909 | Poster ID 2515

HEAT BALANCES AND THERMALLY-DRIVEN LAGOON-OCEAN EXCHANGES ON A TROPICAL CORAL REEF SYSTEM

Herdman, L. M., University of Vermont, USA, lherdman@uvm.edu; Hench, J. L., Duke University Marine Laboratory, USA, jlh82@duke.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14659 | Poster ID 2516

FORCING OF MEAN AND VERY LOW FREQUENCY MOTIONS IN FRINGING REEF ENVIRONMENTS: A COMPARISON OF LAGRANGIAN AND EULERIAN OBSERVATIONS

Winter, G., The University of Western Australia, The Oceans Institute, Australia, gundula.winter@uwa.edu.au; Pomeroy, A. W., The University of Western Australia, The Oceans Institute, Australia, andrew.pomeroy@uwa.edu.au; Lowe, R. J., The University of Western Australia, The Oceans Institute, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Hansen, J., The University of Western Australia, The Oceans Institute, Australia, jeff.hansen@uwa.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/mean-and-infragravity-motions-in-a-fringing-reef-environment.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14656 | Poster ID 2517

SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF CARBONATE SEDIMENT TEXTURAL PARAMETERS ACROSS A FRINGING REEF SYSTEM

Cuttler, M., University of Western Australia, Australia, cuttler.mike01@gmail.com; Lowe, R. J., University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Falter, J. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, jim.falter@uwa.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/spatial-variability-of-carbonate-sediment-textural-parameters-across-a-fringing-reef-system.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14397 | Poster ID 2518

BOUSSINESQ MODELING OF WAVE TRANSFORMATION OVER FRINGING REEFS: TWO CASE STUDIES OF FIELD OBSERVATIONS

Yao, Y., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, yaoyu821101@163.com; Becker, J. M., Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, jbecker@soest.hawaii.edu; Merrifield, M. A., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, markm@soest.hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14122 | Poster ID 2519

A LABORATORY STUDY OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN FRINGING REEF ENVIRONMENTS

Pomeroy, A. W., The University of Western Australia, Australia, andrew.pomeroy@uwa.edu.au; Lowe, R. J., The University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Buckley, M., The University of Western Australia, Australia, mark.buckley@uwa.edu.au; Van Dongeren, A. R., Deltares, Netherlands, ap.vandongeren@deltares.nl; Ghisalberti, M., The University of Western Australia, Australia, marco.ghisalberti@uwa.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13665 | Poster ID 2520

THE EFFECTS OF SEA-LEVEL RISE ON WAVES, RUN-UP, AND INUNDATION OF ATOLLS

Storlazzi, C. D., US Geological Survey, USA, cstorlazzi@usgs.gov; Berkowitz, P., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, pberkowitz@usgs.gov; Elias, E. P., Deltares, Netherlands, Edwin.Elias@deltares.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13600 | Poster ID 2521

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BED STRESS AND BOUNDARY LAYER DYNAMICS OVER CORAL REEFS

Collignon, A. G., University of California, San Diego, USA, acollignon@eng.ucsd.edu; Pawlak, G., University of California, San Diego, USA, epawlak@eng.ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13064 | Poster ID 2522

FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF TURBULENCE IN THE WAVE-CURRENT BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYER OVER AN ALGAL REEF

HUANG, Z. C., Graduate Institute of Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences/National Central University, Taiwan ROC, zchuang@ncu.edu.tw; Tsai, W. T., Department of Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering/ National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, wttsai@ntu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15074 | Poster ID 2569

OBSERVED FLOW PATTERNS NEAR HUMMOCKS IN INTERTIDAL MUSSEL BEDS

Donker, J. J., Utrecht University, Netherlands, j.j.a.donker@uu.nl; van der Vegt, M., Utrecht University, Netherlands, m.vandervegt@uu.nl; Hoekstra, P., Utrecht University, Netherlands, p.hoekstra@uu.nl;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/observed-flow-patterns-near-hummocks-in-intertidal-mussel-beds.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15109 | Poster ID 2570

WAVE – REEF INTERACTION CONTROLLING COASTAL PROCESSES: NORTHEAST BRAZIL

Costa, M. B., University of Sao Paulo / Oceanographic Institute, Brazil, mirella_borba@yahoo.com.br; Araujo, M., Federal University of Pernambuco / Departament of Oceanography, Brazil, moa@ufpe.br; Araujo, T. C., Federal University of Pernambuco / Departament of Oceanography, Brazil, tcma@ufpe.br; Siegle, E., University of Sao Paulo / Oceanographic Institute, , esiegle@usp.br;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15199 | Poster ID 2571

CORAL DEGRADATION, SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGES, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR REEF HYDRODYNAMICS

Mariño Tapia, I., Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico, imarino@mda.cinvestav.mx; Enriquez, C., Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, cenriqz@ciencias.unam.mx; Franklin, G. L., Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico, louiseg@mda.cinvestav.mx; Valle-Levinson, A., University of Florida, USA, arnoldo@coastal.ufl.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15815 | Poster ID 2572

HYDRODYNAMICS AND THERMODYNAMICS OF THE MACROTIDAL REEF SYSTEMS IN NORTHWESTERN AUSTRALIA

Lowe, R. J., The University of Western Australia, Australia, Ryan.Lowe@uwa.edu.au; Gruber, R. K., The University of Western Australia, Australia, 21193953@student.uwa.edu.au; Falter, J. L., The University of Western Australia, Australia, Jim.Falter@uwa.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15848 | Poster ID 2573

WAVE-DRIVEN EXTREME SEA LEVELS AT OCEANIC ISLANDS AND ATOLLS: DOWNSCALING WAVE CLIMATE TO BETTER UNDERSTAND FUTURE IMPACTS

Hoeke, R. K., CSIRO, Australia, ron.hoeke@csiro.au; McInnes, K. L., CSIRO, Australia, kathleen.mcinnes@csiro.au; Colberg, F., CSIRO, Australia, frank.colberg@csiro.au; O'Grady, J., CSIRO, Australia, julian.o'grady@csiro.au; Kruger, J., Secretariat of the Pacific Community, Fiji, jkruger@spc.int;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17568 | Poster ID 2575

HYPOXIA IN THE KELP FOREST, HYDRODYNAMICS AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY

Leary, P. R., Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station, USA, prleary@stanford.edu; Walter, R. K., Stanford University, USA, rwalter@stanford.edu; Denny, M. W., Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station, USA, mwdenny@stanford.edu; Micheli, F., Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station, USA, micheli@stanford.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17845 | Poster ID 2576

COASTAL PROCESSES AT POIPU BEACH PARK: THE EFFECTS OF A BIMODAL WAVE CLIMATE ON TOMBOLO STABILITY

Barry, J. H., Sea Engineering, Inc., USA, jbarry@seaengineering.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18124 | Poster ID 2578

POWER OF A MULTI-YEAR MONITORING PROGRAM TO DETECT CHANGE IN MANGROVE FISH COMMUNITIES ADJACENT TO A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

Dolan, T., NOAA Fisheries, USA, Tara.dolan@noaa.gov; Serafy, J., NOAA Fisheries, USA, Joe.serafy@noaa.gov;

017 - Shedding light on phytoplankton biogeography

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13246 | Poster ID 2758

BURNING TOO BRIGHT: NON-PHOTOCHEMICAL QUENCHING RESPONSES OF TWO ANTARCTIC PHYTOPLANKTON TAXA

Ferguson, C. E., Stanford University, USA, cefergus@stanford.edu; Alderkamp, A. C., Stanford University, USA, ; Arrigo, K. R., Stanford University, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.ocean.stanford.edu

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13752 | Poster ID 2759

DEEPER, DEEPER, DEEPER: FUNCTIONAL DEEP CHLOROPHYLL MAXIMA BELOW 50M IN OLIGOTROPHICATED LAKE MICHIGAN.

Cuhel, R. L., University Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, rcuhel@uwm.edu; Aguilar, C., University Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, aguilar@uwm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14056 | Poster ID 2760

SEASONAL VARIATION OF SYNECHOCOCCUS COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN THE SUBTROPICAL COASTAL WATERS OF HONG KONG

Xia, X., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, xxia@ust.hk; Liu, H., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, liuhb@ust.hk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14073 | Poster ID 2761

RECYCLING OF NUTRIENTS FROM THE BOTTOM-UP: TOP PLANKTON PREDATORS GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

Aguilar, C., UWM-School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, aguilar@uwm.edu; Cuhel, R. L., UWM-School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, rcuhel@uwm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14235 | Poster ID 2762

MAPPING PHYTOPLANKTON TYPES USING IN SITU ABSORPTION SPECTRA AND LINKING RESULTS TO FUTURE HYPERSPECTRAL OCEAN COLOR SATELLITES

Chase, A. P., University of Maine, USA, alison.p.chase@maine.edu; Boss, E., University of Maine, USA, emmanuel.boss@maine.edu; Zaneveld, R., WET Labs, Inc, USA, ron@wetlabs.com; Bricaud, A., LOV, Université P. et M. Curie-Paris 6 and CNRS, France, annick.bricaud@obs-vlfr.fr; Claustre, H., LOV, Université P. et M. Curie-Paris 6 and CNRS, France, claustre@obs-vlfr.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14949 | Poster ID 2763

UNDERSTANDING THE INHERENT OPTICAL PROPERTY OF HARMFUL DINOFLAGELLATE BLOOM IN THE EASTERN COAST OF KYUSHU, JAPAN

Yamaguchi, H., Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, yamaguchi.hisashi@jaxa.jp; Murakami, H., Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, murakami.hiroshi.eo@jaxa.jp; Miyamura, K., Oita Prefectural Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Research Center, Japan, miyamura-kazuyoshi@pref.oita.lg.jp; Siswanto, E., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, ekosiswanto@jamstec.go.jp; Ishizaka, J., Hydrospheric Atmospheric Research Center, Nagoya University, Japan, jishizak@hyarc.nagoya-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15878 | Poster ID 2765

NARROWING DOWN ON SIZE DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS UNDERLYING SPECIES CO-EXISTENCE IN BALTIC SEA PHYTOPLANKTON

Downing, A. S., Stockholm University, Sweden, andrea.downing@su.se; Hajdu, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, susanna.hajdu@su.se; Hjerne, O., Stockholm University, Sweden, olle.hjerne@su.se; Otto, S., Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden, saskia.otto@stockholmresilience.su.se; Blenckner, T., Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden, thorsten.blenckner@stockholmresilience.su.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15887 | Poster ID 2766

ON THE FREQUENCIES OF DINOFLAGELLATE BLOOMS IN THE EAST CHINA SEA DURING 2002-2012

Shang, S. L., Xiamen University, China, slshang@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://mel.xmu.edu.cn/teacherfile.asp?tid=29

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15952 | Poster ID 2799

A POTENTIAL TRADE-OFF IN THE USE OF SOLAR ENERGY IN PROCHLOROCOCCUS CYANOBACTERIA

Lew, S. L., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, sll105@noc.soton.ac.uk; Martin, A. P., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, adrian.martin@noc.ac.uk; Anderson, T. R., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, tra@noc.ac.uk; Zubkov, M. V., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, mvz@noc.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16028 | Poster ID 2800

QUANTUM YIELDS OF DEACTIVATION OF EXCITATION ENERGY OF PHYTOPLANKTON PIGMENTS ON FLUORESCENCE, PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND HEAT PRODUCTION IN THE WORLD OCEAN

Ostrowska, M., IO PAS, Poland, ostra@iopan.gda.pl; Wozniak, B., IO PAS, PU Slupsk, Poland, ; Dera, J., IO PAS, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16040 | Poster ID 2801

PHYTOPLANKTON PIGMENT RESPONSES TO DIFFERENT LIGHT CONDITIONS IN BALTIC SEA - MEASURED AND MODELED RESULTS FOR CASE 2 WATERS

Ston-Egiert, J., IO PAS, Poland, aston@iopan.gda.pl; Majchrowski, R., PU Slupsk, Poland, ; Darecki, M., IO PAS, Poland, ; Sobiechowska-Sasin, M., IO PAS, Poland, ; Ostrowska, M., IO PAS, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16134 | Poster ID 2802

HOW IMPORTANT ARE PIGMENTS FOR PHYTOPLANKTON BIOGEOGRAPHY?

Hickman, A. E., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, a.hickman@noc.soton.ac.uk; Dutkiewicz, S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, stephd@ocean.mit.edu; Jahn, O., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, jahn@mit.edu; Follows, M. J., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, mick@mit.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.annahickman.info

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16136 | Poster ID 2803

THE USE OF A NEW INSTRUMENT FOR THE FAST DETERMINATION OF MICROBENTHIC ALGAE: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF THE BBE BENTHOTORCH

Carpentier, C., Benten Water Solutions, Netherlands, ccarpentier@benten-water.com; Moldaenke, C. F., bbe Moldaenke, Germany, cmoldaenke@bbe-moldaenke.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16140 | Poster ID 2804

HOW PHYTOPLANKTON PHYSIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY STRUCTURE ADJUST TO PHYSICAL FORCING IN A COASTAL ECOSYSTEM (NORTHERN ADRIATIC)

Talaber, I., National Institute of BIology, Slovenia, talaber@mbss.org; France, J., National Institute of BIology, Slovenia, france@mbss.org; Flander-Putrle, V., National Institute of BIology, Slovenia, flander@mbss.org; Mozetic, P., National Institute of BIology, Slovenia, mozetic@mbss.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16488 | Poster ID 2805

EFFECTS OF GLACIAL MELT ON PHYTOPLANKTON PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE AMUNDSEN SEA (ANTARCTICA)

Alderkamp, A. C., Department of Environmental Earth Systems Sciences, Stanford University, USA, Alderkamp@Stanford.edu; Van Dijken, G. L., Department of Environmental Earth Systems Sciences, Stanford University, USA, gertvd@stanford.edu; Lowry, K. E., Department of Environmental Earth Systems Sciences, Stanford University, USA, lowryk@stanford.edu; Sherrell, R. M., Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences and Dept of Earth and Planetary Sciences,Rutgers University, USA, sherrell@marine.rutgers.edu; Arrigo, K. R., Department of Environmental Earth Systems Sciences, Stanford University, USA, Arrigo@Stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16579 | Poster ID 2806

BALTIC SEA CYANOBACTERIA: DIVERSITY, DISTRIBUTION AND FUNCTIONAL ADAPTATION

Celepli, N., Stockholm University, Sweden, narin.celepli@su.se; Ekman, M., Stockholm University, Sweden, martin.ekman@su.se; Larsson, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, john.larsson@su.se; Bergman, B., Stockholm University, Sweden, birgitta.bergman@su.se; Ininbergs, K., Stockholm University, Sweden, karolina.ininbergs@su.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16657 | Poster ID 2807

PROJECTING THE ENVIRONMENTAL NICHE SPACE FOR SUMMERTIME COCCOLITHOPHORE BLOOMS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC FROM CPR AND SATELLITE DATA

Moore, T. S., University of New Hampshire, , timothy.moore@unh.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16753 | Poster ID 2842

BIOGEOCHEMICAL AND ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY COMPOSITION ALONG A MELTING WEST ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

Schofield, O. M., Rutgers University, USA, oscar@marine.rutgers.edu; Saba, G., Rutgers University, USA, saba@marine.rutgers.edu; Finkel, Z., Mount Allison University, Canada, zfinkel@mta.ca; Irwin, A., Mount Allison University, Canada, airwin@mta.ca; Ducklow, H., Columbia/LDEO, USA, hducklow@ldeo.columbia.edu;

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17349 | Poster ID 2843

CONTRIBUTION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PICOEUKARYOTES TO PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND PARTICLE FLUX IN BIOGEOCHEMICALLY DISTINCT REGIONS OF THE EASTERN SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Rii, Y. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa/C-MORE, USA, shimi@hawaii.edu; Duhamel, S., Columbia University/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, sduhamel@ldeo.columbia.edu; Bidigare, R. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa/HIMB, USA, bidigare@hawaii.edu; Church, M. J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu; Repeta, D. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, drepeta@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/contribution-of-photosynthetic-picoeukaryotes-to-primary-production-in-biogeochemically-distinct.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17624 | Poster ID 2844

HABS IN APALACHICOLA BAY, FL, USA: IMPLICATIONS FOR OYSTER FISHERY RESILIENCE

Tucker, K. C., Florida A&M University, USA, tuck_kim@yahoo.com; Morton, S., NOAA/NOS Marine Biotoxins Program, USA, steve.morton@noaa.gov; Cherrier, J., Florida A&M University, USA, jennifercherrier@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/harmful-algal-blooms-in-apalachicola-bay-fl-usa-implications-for-oyster-fishering-relience.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17837 | Poster ID 2845

PIER BASED VERSUS OPEN BAY HARMFUL ALGAE SEASONALITY IN SANTA MONICA BAY, CA

Shipe, R. F., UCLA Institute of the Environment, USA, rshipe@ucla.edu; Leinweber, A., UCLA IGPP/AOS, USA, anita.leinweber@gmail.com; Gruber, N., ETH Zurich, Switzerland, nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18043 | Poster ID 2846

ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT FOR PREDICTING PHYTOPLANKTON DIVERSITY

Tiffany Moisan, A., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, tiffany.a.moisan@nasa.gov; Rachel Steinhardt, A., Cornell University, USA, rachel.steinhardt@gmail.com ; John Moisan , A., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, john.r.moisan@nasa.gov; Mathew Linkswiler, A., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, matthew.a.linksweiler@nasa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://phytoplankton.gsfc.nasa.gov

018 - Advancing the frontiers of the Si cycle in terrestrial, coastal, and open ocean ecosystems

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14843 | Poster ID 2033

FRUSTULES OF NUTRIENT LIMITED DIATOMS ARE BETTER PRESERVED DURING DISSOLUTION

Boutorh, J., LEMAR IUEM, France, julia.boutorh@univ-brest.fr; Moriceau, B., LEMAR IUEM, France, Brivaela.Moriceau@univ-brest.fr; Suroy, M., MIO, France, Maxime.Suroy@univ-amu.fr; Ragueneau, O., LEMAR IUEM, France, olivier.ragueneau@univ-brest.fr; Bucciarelli, E., LEMAR IUEM, France, Eva.Bucciarelli@univ-brest.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14964 | Poster ID 2034

THE SILICA CYCLE IN THE ULTRAOLIGOTROPHIC EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Kress, N., Israel Oceanographic & Limnological Res, National Institute of Oceanography, Israel, nurit@ocean.org.il; Fanning, K., College of Marine Science, University of S. Florida, USA, kaf@usf.edu; Krom, M. D., Charney School of Marine Sciences, Haifa University, Israel & School of Earth and Environment, L, United Kingdom, M.D.Krom@leeds.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.ocean.org.il

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15122 | Poster ID 2101

SEASONAL VARIATION, ORIGIN AND FATE OF SETTLING DIATOMS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN TRACKED BY SILICON ISOTOPE RECORD IN DEEP SEDIMENT TRAPS

Closset, I., Laboratoire d’Océanographie et du Climat : Expérimentations et Approches Numériques (LOCEAN), France, ivia.closset@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Cardinal, D., Laboratoire d’Océanographie et du Climat : Expérimentations et Approches Numériques (LOCEAN), France, damien.cardinal@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr; Thil, F., Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement (LSCE), France, fthil@lsce.ipsl.fr; Bray, S., Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Center, Australia, S.Bray@utas.edu.au; Trull, T., Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Center, Australia, Tom.Trull@utas.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15266 | Poster ID 2102

A COMPARISON OF STABLE SILICON ISOTOPE COMPOSITIONS OF BIOGENIC OPAL AND DIATOM ASSEMBLAGES: A DEGLACIAL TO HOLOCENE RECORD OF THE PERUVIAN UPWELLING

Doering, K., University of Kiel/ Institute of Geoscience, Germany, kd@gpi.uni-kiel.de; Crosta, X., Université Bordeaux 1/ EPOC, France, ; Frank, M., Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ; Schneider, R., University of Kiel/ Institute of Geoscience, Germany, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15589 | Poster ID 2103

DEGREE OF SILICATE RECYCLING IN THE NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA INFERRED BY SILICON ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION

Zhang, Z. L., Xiamen University, China, zlzhang@stu.xmu.edu.cn; Dai, M. H., Xiamen University, China, mdai@xmu.edu.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15777 | Poster ID 2104

SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE AS A CONTROL ON CONTINENTAL SHELF ANOXIA IN A MAJOR EASTERN BOUNDARY UPWELLING AREA

de Villiers, S., Department of Environmental Affairs, South Africa, steph.devilliers@gmail.com; Ismail, H. E., Department of Environmental Affairs, South Africa, ismailhe@gmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.environment.gov.za

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15932 | Poster ID 2105

CONTROLS ON OPAL EXPORT IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN INFERRED FROM 230-THORIUM NORMALIZED BURIAL RATES

Chase, Z., University of Tasmania, Australia, zanna.chase@utas.edu.au; Kohfeld, K. E., Simon Fraser University, Canada, kohfeld@sfu.ca; Matsumoto, K., University of Minnesota, USA, katsumi@umn.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15935 | Poster ID 2106

FACTORS CONTROLLING THE SILICON ISOTOPE COMPOSITION OF DISSOLVED SILICATE AND BIOGENIC SILICA IN THE PERUVIAN UPWELLING

Grasse, P., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, pgrasse@geomar.de; Brzezinski, M. A., University of California Santa Barbara, Germany, mark.brzezinski@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Frank, M., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, mfrank@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16048 | Poster ID 2107

VARIATION OF GLACIAL-INTERGLACIAL MARINE SILICON ISOTOPIC COMPOSITIONS AND ITS POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS—A MODELING STUDY

Gao, S., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, Shuang.Gao@awi.de; Völker, C., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, Christoph.Voelker@awi.de; Lohmann, G., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, Gerrit.Lohmann@awi.de; Butzin, M., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, Martin.Butzin@awi.de; Wolf-Gladrow, D. A., Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Germany, Dieter.Wolf-Gladrow@awi.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16186 | Poster ID 2108

PARSING THE CONTROLS ON THE OCEANIC SI DISTRIBUTION IN AN OCEAN MODEL USING SI ISOTOPES

de Souza, G. F., Princeton University, USA, gfds@princeton.edu; Slater, R. D., Princeton University, USA, rdslater@princeton.edu; Dunne, J. P., NOAA/GFDL, USA, john.dunne@noaa.gov; Sarmiento, J. L., Princeton University, USA, jls@princeton.edu;

023 - Mechanisms of biogeochemical variability in the global oceans

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13270 | Poster ID 2109

A METHOD FOR ANALYSING PROCESSES AFFECTING SURFACE OCEAN ALKALINITY

Fry, C., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, claudia.fry@noc.soton.ac.uk; Tyrrell, T., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Hain, M., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, ; Bates, N., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/a-method-for-analyzing-processes-affecting-surface-ocean-alkalinity.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13314 | Poster ID 2110

A LAGRANGIAN ANALYSIS OF BIOGEOCHEMISTRY IN THE EQUATORIAL UNDERCURRENT

Qin, X., The University of New South Wales, Australia, xuerong.qin@unsw.edu.au; van Sebille, E., The University of New South Wales, Australia, e.vansebille@unsw.edu.au; Sen Gupta, A., The University of New South Wales, Australia, a.sengupta@unsw.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/a-lagrangian-analysis-of-biogeochemistry-in-the-equatorial-undercurrent.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13679 | Poster ID 2111

FUTURE AMPLIFICATION OF CO2 EXTREMES DIAGNOSED USING A NEW GLOBAL MONTHLY OCEAN CARBON CLIMATOLOGY

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14148 | Poster ID 2112

DECADAL VARIABILITY OF OCEAN CO2 AND O2 FLUXES

Resplandy, L., LSCE, France, laure.resplandy@lsce.ipsl.fr; Séférian, R., CNRM, France, roland.seferian@lsce.ipsl.fr; Bopp, L., LSCE / IPSL, France, laurent.bopp@lsce.ipsl.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14574 | Poster ID 2115

REVISITING NUTRIENT SOURCES AND BUDGET IN THE EAST CHINA SEA

Lu, Z., Division of Environment, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China, luzm@ust.hk; Gan, J., Division of Environment & Department of Mathematics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China, magan@ust.hk; Dai, M., State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China, mdai@xum.edu.cn; Zhao, X., Guangzhou HKUST Fok Ying Tung Research Institute, China, xzzhao@ust.hk; Liang, L., Division of Environment, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China, lianglin@ust.hk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15014 | Poster ID 2116

OCEANOGRAPHIC BIOGEOCHEMICAL CONTROL OF PARTICULATE MATTER FLUXES IN A WESTERN BOUNDARY UPWELLING SYSTEM

Belem, A. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, andre_belem@geoq.uff.br; Albuquerque, A. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, analuiza@geoq.uff.br; Cordeiro, L. G., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, livia@geoq.uff.br; Mendoza, U. N., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, ursmendoza@geoq.uff.br; Fenili, L. H., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, liviafenili@geoq.uff.br;

ePoster Link: http://www.loop.uff.br/Belemetal-2014-OCEANSCIENCES.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16210 | Poster ID 2117

BIOGEOCHEMICAL VARIABILITY IN THE EQUATORIAL INDIAN OCEAN IN RESPONSE TO WYRTKI JET FORCING

Hood, R. R., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, rhood@umces.edu; Strutton, P. G., University of Tasmania, Australia, Peter.Strutton@utas.edu.au; Coles, V. J., University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, USA, vcoles@umces.edu; Phillips, H. E., University of Tasmania, Australia, H.E.Phillips@utas.edu.au; McPhaden, M. J., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory , USA, Michael.J.Mcphaden@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16322 | Poster ID 2118

ALK*, A TRACER QUANTIFYING THE INFLUENCE OF CARBONATE CYCLING ON ALKALINITY

Carter, B. R., Princeton University, USA, brendan.carter@gmail.com; Toggweiler, J. R., Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, USA, robbie.toggweiler@noaa.gov; Key, R. M., Princeton University, USA, key@princeton.edu; Sarmiento, J. L., Princeton University, USA, jls@princeton.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16349 | Poster ID 2119

ON THE MECHANISMS THAT CONTROL PCO2 VARIABILITY IN THE SOUTH-WESTERN ATLANTIC OCEAN: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONTINENTAL SHELF PUMP

Calil, P., Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG), Brazil, paulo.calil@furg.br; Arruda, R., Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG), Brazil, paulo.calil@furg.br;

ePoster Link: http://paulohrcalil.wordpress.com

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17045 | Poster ID 2121

UNDERSTANDING AND DETECTING SOUTHERN OCEAN CO2 UPTAKE CHANGES

Majkut, J. D., Princeton University, USA, jmajkut@princeton.edu; Sarmiento, J. L., Princeton University, USA, jls@princeton.edu; Rodgers, K. B., Princeton University, USA, krodgers@princeton.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17317 | Poster ID 2122

ENSO PHASE VARIABILITY IN THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF THE EASTERN AND WESTERN PACIFIC

Lietzke, S. C., Rutgers University, USA, sexton@marine.rutgers.edu; Haidvogel, D. B., Rutgers University, USA, dale@marine.rutgers.edu; Stock, C. A., GFDL, USA, charles.stock@noaa.gov; Curchitser, E. N., Rutgers University, USA, enrique@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17573 | Poster ID 2123

DECADAL VARIABILITY AND PREDICTABILITY OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN THE NORTH PACIFIC

Chikamoto, M. O., IPRC, University of Hawaii, USA, megumich@hawaii.edu; Timmermann, A., IPRC, University of Hawaii, USA, axel@hawaii.edu; Chikamoto, Y., IPRC, University of Hawaii, USA, chika44@hawaii.edu; Tokinaga, H., IPRC, University of Hawaii, USA, tokinaga@hawaii.edu; Harada, N., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Japan, haradan@jamstec.go.jp;

024 - ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13360 | Poster ID 1655

BLUE MUSSEL (MYTILUS EDULIS) ABUNDANCE IN THE GULF OF MAINE: A HISTORICAL APPORACH TO DETERMINING POPULATION TRAJECTORIES

Franklin, M. C., Cornell University, USA, mcf66@cornell.edu; Doellman, M., University of Massachusetts – Boston, USA, ; Sorte, C., University of Massachusetts – Boston, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.umb.edu/crest-reu

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13369 | Poster ID 1656

COUPLING PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGE COMPOSITION AND PHYSIOLOGY WITH SEASONAL NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS LEVELS IN CHARLESTON HARBOR AND WINYAH BAY, SOUTH CAROLINA

Maldonado, D. A., College of Charleston, USA, damaldon@g.cofc.edu; Keppler, C., Marine Resources Research Institute, SC Department of Natural Resources, USA, KepplerC@dnr.sc.gov; Benitez-Nelson, C., Belle W. Baruch Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences, University of South Carolina, USA, cbnelson@geol.sc.edu; Greenfield, D. I., Belle W. Baruch Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences, SC Department of Natural Resources, USA, GreenfieldD@dnr.sc.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13405 | Poster ID 1657

CHARACTERIZING GROWTH PROMOTERS AND INHIBITORS OF THE PROTEORHODOPSIN-CONTAINING MARINE GAMMAPROTEOBACTERIUM HIMB30

Wong-Ala, J. A., University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA, jwongala@hawaii.edu; Michelou, V. K., University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA, michelou@hawaii.edu; Rappe, M. J., University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA, rappe@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17977 | Poster ID 1669

PATCHY DISTRIBUTION OF LITTORINA LITTOREA PARALLEL TO THE COASTLINE IS INFLUENCED BY ALGAL COVER ON ROCKS

Nieves, M., University of Puerto Rico, Humacao Campus, Puerto Rico, manuel.nieves1@upr.edu; Gutierrez, E., University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus, Puerto Rico, emanuel.gutierrez.g@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13670 | Poster ID 1715

HOW DO NICHE AND FITNESS DIFFERENCES AFFECT COEXISTENCE AMONG SPECIES?

Perez Delgado, Z. P., Universidad Metropolitana (UMET), Puerto Rico, Pzoraida93@hotmail.com; Tan, J., Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia, jtan@gatech.edu Personal; Jiang, L., Georgia Institute of Techonology, Georgia, lin.jiang@biology.gatech.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13675 | Poster ID 1716

PRELIMINARY SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF COPEPODS IN THE BIOLUMINESCENT BAY, LAGUNA GRANDE, FAJARDO, PUERTO RICO

Sánchez-Viruet, I. C., Universidad Metropolitana (UMET), Puerto Rico, viruet.isa@gmail.com; Mota-Annexy, C. A., Universidad Metropolitana, Puerto Rico, motacarlos21@gmail.com; Pierson, J., University of Maryland, Maryland Horn Point Laboratory, Maryland , USA, jpierson@umces.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13687 | Poster ID 1717

METAL POLLUTION OF LAKE SEDIMENTS IN SOUTHWEST OHIO

Castro, S. M., Universidad Metropolitana (UMET), Puerto Rico, stella_castro@live.com; Krekeler, M. P., Miami University, Oxford Ohio, USA, krekelmp@miamioh.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14079 | Poster ID 1718

ANALYSIS OF GEAR INTERACTIONS WITH PROTECTED SPECIES IN THE GULF OF MEXICO AND SOUTHEAST ATLANTIC

Carmon, B. N., Hampton University, USA, brittany-carmon@hotmail.com; Mitchell, J., National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, USA, john.mitchell@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14406 | Poster ID 1719

USING MATERNAL DNA TO EVALUATE EGG TRANSLOCATION SUCCESS OF THE LOGGERHEAD SEA TURTLE (CARETTA CARETTA) AT CHINCOTEAGUE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE (CNWR)

Shamblin, B., University of Georgia, USA, brian.shamblin@gmail.com; Nairn , J., University of Georgia, USA, jnairn@warnell.uga.edu; Holcomb, K., U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, USA, Kevin_Holcomb@fws.gov; Ayala-Díaz, E., U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Puerto Rico, Emarie_Ayala@fws.gov; López-Figueroa, N. B., University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Puerto Rico, natalia.lopezfigueroa8@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14499 | Poster ID 1720

THE EFFECT OF LICL ON INTESTINAL REGENERATION OF HOLOTHURIA GLABERRIMA

Quiles-Delgado, T., University of Puerto Rico, Humacao, Puerto Rico, tessalizquiles@gmail.com; Valentin, G., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, grvalentin@hotmail.com; Quiñones , A., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, aqr.hanasaru@yahoo.com; Arraras-Garcia, J., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, jegarcia@hpcf.upr.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14528 | Poster ID 1721

BIOTOXINS IN BUTTER CLAMS (SAXIDOMUS GIGANTEA) AND BLUE MUSSELS (MYTILUS EDULIS) IN THE SALISH SEA

Williams, H. A., Northwest Indian College, USA, hwilliams@stu.nwic.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14929 | Poster ID 1722

WORLD WAR I ERA SUBMARINE ON SIDE-SCAN SONAR IMAGERY, CHESAPEAKE BAY REGION

Owen, T. J., Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA, thomas.owen@nrl.navy.mil; McDonnell, C. E., Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA, chad.mcdonnell@nrl.navy.mil; Hagen, R. A., Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA, rick.hagen@nrl.navy.mil; Czarnecki, M. F., Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA, michael.czarnecki@nrl.navy.mil; Nishimura, C. E., Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA, clyde.nishimura@nrl.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15391 | Poster ID 1723

EFFECTS OF GEOTHERMALLY HEATED GROUNDWATER ON THE DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON SYSTEM AT WAI 'OPAE, HAWAI'I ISLAND

Kiili, S. H., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, sreveira@hawaii.edu; Colbert, S., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, colberts@hawaii.edu; Wiegner, T., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, wiegner@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17963 | Poster ID 1724

SURF QUALITY IN HILO BAY AS INFLUENCED BY CLIMATE CHANGE

Kauahi, C., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, ckauahi@hawaii.edu; Puniwai, N., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, npuniwai@hawaii.edu; Gray, S. A., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, sagray@hawaii.edu; Lepczyk, C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, lepczyk@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13567 | Poster ID 3269

EFFECTS OF FEEDING RATE AND FEEDING FREQUENCY ON GROWTH OF JUVENILE TILAPIA (OREOCHROMIS NILOTICUS/O.AUREUS)

Kraskura, K., Department of Marine Science and Environmental Science, Hampton University, USA, k.kraskura@gmail.com; Urick, S., Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center, USA, surick@vt.edu; Schwarz, M. H., Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center, USA, mschwarz@vt.edu; Jahncke, M. L., Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center, USA, mjahncke@vt.edu; Horodysky, A. Z., Hampton University, USA, andrij.horodysky@hamptonu.edu;

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13135 | Poster ID 2609

CHEMICAL TECHNIQUES FOR MONITORING THE EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON CORAL REEFS

Lantz, C. A., Hawaii Pacific University, USA, coulsonlantz@gmail.com; Atkinson, M. J., University of Hawaii, USA, coulsonlantz@gmail.com; Winn, C., Hawaii Pacific University, USA, cwinn@hpu.edu; Kahng, S., Hawaii Pacific University, USA, skahng@hpu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/chemical-techniques-for-monitoring-the-effects-of-ocean-acidification-on-coral-reefs

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13629 | Poster ID 2610

ASSESSING THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF GROWTH ANOMALY IN THE CORAL MONTIPORA CAPITATA USING RNA-SEQ

Frazier, M. M., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, mfrazier@hawaii.edu; Takabayashi, M., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, misakita@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13704 | Poster ID 2611

SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS OF INCREASED SEDIMENTATION AND WATER TEMPERATURE ON THE SURVIVAL OF JUVENILE CORAL SPAT

Speare, K. E., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, kellyspeare@gmail.com; Bruno, J. F., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, jbruno@unc.edu; Goodbody-Gringley , G., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, gggringley@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13784 | Poster ID 2612

LATERAL MIXING PROCESSES AND BASIN-SCALE CARBONATE-MINERALS DEPOSITION IN THE GULF OF AQABA – EVIDENCE FROM ALKALINITY VARIATIONS

Wurgaft, E., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, eyal.wurgaft@mail.huji.ac.il; Luz, B., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Boaz.Luz@huji.ac.il; Lazar, B., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, boaz.lazar@huji.ac.il;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13817 | Poster ID 2613

OVERCOMING DIFFUSIVE BOUNDARY LIMITATION ON CO2 UPTAKE BY EXTERNAL CARBONIC ANHYDRASE IN TROPICAL SCLERACTINIAN CORALS

Tansik, A. L., University of Georgia, USA, atansik@uga.edu; Fitt, W. K., University of Georgia, USA, fitt@uga.edu; Hopkinson, B. M., University of Georgia, USA, bmhopkin@uga.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/overcoming-diffusive-boundary-limitation-on-co2-uptake-by-external-carbonic-anhydrase-in-tropical.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14201 | Poster ID 2614

SUCCESSIONS OF MICROBIOERODING COMMUNITIES OVER A YEAR PERIOD WITH A MONTHLY RESOLUTION: IMPACT ON CARBONATE DISSOLUTION RATES IN DEAD CORALS (NEW CALEDONIA)

Grange, J. S., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement/LOCEAN, France, julie.grange@ird.fr; Rybarczyk, H., Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle/BOREA, France, hrybarcz@mnhn.fr; Tribollet, A., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement/LOCEAN, France, aline.tribollet@ird.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14360 | Poster ID 2615

PALEOENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY AND THRESHOLD BEHAVIOR OF A CORAL-REEF ECOSYSTEM

Toth, L. T., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, ltoth2009@my.fit.edu; Aronson, R. B., Florida Institute of Technology, USA, raronson@fit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14571 | Poster ID 2616

ALTERNATIVE PRESERVATION METHODS TO ISOLATE DNA FROM CORAL

Aliah Irvine, L., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, aliah@hawaii.edu; Spies, N., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, narrissa@hawaii.edu; Richmond, R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, richmond@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14792 | Poster ID 2617

SEASONAL SHIFT OF C: N RATIO, LIPID CLASSES, FATTY ACIDS AND STEROLS IN A GULF OF MEXICO CORAL REEF FOOD WEB WITH RIVER INFLUENCE

Carreón-Palau, L., Centro de Investigaciones Biologicas del Noroeste, Mexico, lcarreon@cibnor.mx; Parrish, C. C., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, cparrish@mun.ca; Pérez-España, H., Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico, hperez@uv.mx; Aguiñiga-García, S., Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Mexico, saguiniga@ipn.mx;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/seasonal-shift-of-c-n-ratio-lipid-classes-fatty-acids-and-sterols-in-a-gulf-of-mexico-coral-reef

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14871 | Poster ID 2618

IDENTIFYING UNDERLYING MECHANISMS FOR ACIDIFICATION TOLERANCE IN REEF-BUILDING CORALS

Barkley, H. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hbarkley@whoi.edu; Cohen, A. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; McCorkle, D. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Golbuu, Y., Palau International Coral Reef Center, Palau, ; DeCarlo, T. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15563 | Poster ID 2665

UTILIZING STRUCTURE-FROM-MOTION PHOTOGRAMMETRY AS AN INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR QUANTIFYING 3-DIMENSIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORAL REEFS

Burns, J. H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, johnhr@hawaii.edu; Gates, R. D., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, rgates@hawaii.edu; Takabayashi, M., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, misakita@hawaii.edu; Delparte, D., Iowa State University, , delparte@isu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16622 | Poster ID 2667

MINERALOGY AND COMPOSITION OF CALCIUM CARBONATE SKELETONS DETERMINED BY HIGH-RESOLUTION X-RAY POWDER DIFFRACTION AND RIETVELD REFINEMENT

Helbling, A. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ahelbling@whoi.edu; Cohen, A. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, acohen@whoi.edu; Stone, R. P., NOAA Fisheries, Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Juneau, AK, USA, bob.stone@noaa.gov; Doropoulos, C., Marine Spatial Ecology Lab, The University of Queensland, Australia, c.doropoulos@uq.edu.au; Speakman, S. A., MIT Center for Materials Science and Engineering, Panalytical, USA, scott.speakman@panalytical.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/mineralogy-and-composition-of-calcium-carbonate-skeletons-determined-by-high-resolution-x-ray

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17179 | Poster ID 2669

DYNAMICS OF SEA TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY ON FLORIDA'S REEF TRACT: FROM REGIONAL TO REEF-SCALE

Gramer, L. J., University of Miami / Florida Keys Marine Lab, USA, lew.gramer@gmail.com; Mariano, A. J., University of Miami, USA, amariano@rsmas.miami.edu; Thompson, N. B., Florida Keys Marine Lab, USA, nancythompso@mail.usf.edu; Hendee, J. C., NOAA AOML, USA, jim.hendee@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/dynamics-of-sea-temperature-variability-on-floridas-reef-tract

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17408 | Poster ID 2670

LINKING CORAL REEF BLEACHING AND DAILY TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY AT SHALLOW COASTAL SEAS

Zhu, X., University of Miami, USA, xiaofang.zhu@rsmas.miami.edu; Minnett, P., University of Miami, USA, pminnett@rsmas.miami.edu; Hendee, J., NOAA/AOML, USA, jim.hendee@noaa.gov; Manfrino, C., Kean University, USA, manfrino@reefresearch.org; Berkelmans, R., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, R.Berkelmans@aims.gov.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/linking-coral-reef-bleaching-and-daily-temperature-variability-at-shallow-coastal-seas

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17446 | Poster ID 2671

THE TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYER OVER REEF ECOSYSTEM SUBSTRATES

Torres, W. I., Stanford University, USA, waltert@stanford.edu; Koweek, D., Stanford University, USA, dkoweek@stanford.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu; Barkdull, M. K., Stanford University, USA, mbarkdu@stanford.edu; Dunbar, R., Stanford University, USA, rdunbar@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17655 | Poster ID 2672

ADVANCED FLUORESCENCE TECHNOLOGIES AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR MONITORING AND ASSESSING OF CORAL REEFS

Gorbunov, M. Y., Rutgers University, USA, gorbunov@marine.rutgers.edu; Kuzminov, F. I., Rutgers University, USA, fedor.kouzminov@rutgers.edu; Falkowski, P. G., Rutgers University, USA, falko@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17708 | Poster ID 2673

THE USE OF REFRACTION INDEX MATCHED MATERIAL FOR VISUALIZATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF FLOW WITHIN COMPLEX, BIO-INSPIRED BENTHIC STRUCTURES

Weitzman, J. S., Stanford University, USA, jweitzman@stanford.edu; Samuel, L. C., Stanford University, USA, lsamuel@stanford.edu; Zeller, R. B., Stanford University, USA, rzeller@stanford.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu; Koseff, J. R., Stanford University, USA, koseff@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17712 | Poster ID 2674

PARTICLE IMAGE VELOCIMETRY MEASUREMENTS OF HORIZONTAL FLOW STRUCTURE AND WAKE PRODUCTION OF TURBULENCE IN A RIGID SUBMERGED CANOPY EXPOSED TO OSCILLATORY FLOW

Zeller, R. B., Stanford University, USA, rzeller@stanford.edu; Weitzman, J. S., Stanford University, USA, jweitzman@stanford.edu; Koseff, J. R., Stanford University, USA, koseff@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17944 | Poster ID 2675

LINKING BENTHIC COMMUNITY COMPOSITION WITH REEF METABOLISM ON NEAR-PRISTINE BACKREEF ENVIRONMENTS OF PALMYRA ATOLL, CENTRAL PACIFIC

Zabel, C., Stanford University, USA, czabel@stanford.edu; Koweek, D., Stanford University, USA, dkoweek@stanford.edu; Teneva, L., Stanford University, USA, lteneva@stanford.edu; Dunbar, R., Stanford University, USA, dunbar@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17986 | Poster ID 2676

DEVELOPING ECOSYSTEM HEALTH INDEX TO ASSESS THE CHANGES IN CHANGUU CORALLINE ISLAND, ZANZIBAR.

Herrán, N., ZMT-Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Germany, nhe@zmt-Bremen.de; Westphal, H., ZMT-Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Germany, Hildegard.westphal@zmt-bremen.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18114 | Poster ID 2677

PHYSICAL HABITAT MODIFICATION BY INVASIVE ALGAE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL IMPACTS TO CORAL IN HAWAII

Martinez, J., NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, USA, jonathan.martinez@noaa.gov;

027 - Nearshore Processes

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12970 | Poster ID 260

NEARSHORE STICKY WATERS

Restrepo, J. M., University of Arizona, USA, restrepo@math.arizona.edu; Venkataramani, S., University of Arizona, USA, shankar@math.arizona.edu; Dawson, C., University of Texas, Austin, USA, clint@ices.utexas.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.math.arizona.edu/~restrepo

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12984 | Poster ID 261

CHARACTER, DISTRIBUTION, AND ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF STORM-WAVE INDUCED SCOUR IN RHODE ISLAND SOUND, USA

Poppe, L. J., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, lpoppe@usgs.gov; McMullen, K. Y., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, kmcmullen@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13039 | Poster ID 262

WHAT EFFECT DOES HIGH MODEL RESOLUTION HAVE ON NEARSHORE WINDS, AND THEREFORE THE COASTAL OCEAN?

Bricheno, L. M., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, luic@noc.ac.uk; Wolf, J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, jaw@noca.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/what-effect-does-high-model-resolution-have-on-nearshore-winds-and-therefore-the-coastal-ocean.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13091 | Poster ID 299

PATTERNS OF STORM DRIVEN WAVE-INDUCED BOTTOM SHEAR STRESS ON THE U.S. EAST COAST CONTINENTAL SHELF

Dalyander, P. S., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, sdalyander@usgs.gov; Butman, B., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, sdalyander@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13164 | Poster ID 300

ON THE BREAKING OF A SOLITON WITH SHORT-WAVES OVER A SLOPING BED

Tian, M., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, USA, mtian04.18@ufl.edu; Feng, D., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, USA, do1gyufeng@ufl.edu; Sheremet, A., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, USA, alex@coastal.ufl.edu; Kaihatu, J., Texas A&M University, USA, jkaihatu@tamu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13281 | Poster ID 301

SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN KATAMA BAY AND INLET, MARTHA’S VINEYARD, MASSACHUSETTS

Smith, M. M., Bowdoin College, USA, mmsmith@bowdoin.edu; Raubenheimer, B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, braubenheimer@whoi.edu; Elgar, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/sediment-transport-in-katama-bay-and-inlet-marthas-vineyard-massachusetts.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13403 | Poster ID 302

WAVE BREAKING DUE TO DEPTH AND CURRENTS

Zippel, S. F., University of Washington / Applied Physics Lab, USA, zippelsf@apl.washington.edu; Thomson, J., University of Washington / Applied Physics Lab, USA, jthomson@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13508 | Poster ID 303

NUMERICAL SIMULARIONS ON FREAK WAVE OCCURRENCE IN SHALLOW WATER REGIONS

Kashima, H., Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan, hiroaki.kashima@gmail.com; Hirayama, K., Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan, ; Mori, N., Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13666 | Poster ID 304

ASSESSING NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION IN GLACIATED ALASKA FJORD

Reisdorph, S. C., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, screisdorph@gmail.com; Mathis, J. T., NOAA/PMEL & University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, ; Cross, J. N., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, ; Danielson, S., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, ; Monacci, N., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13709 | Poster ID 305

A SEMI-ANALYTICAL MODEL FOR MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF EBB-TIDE DELTAS

Harrison, S. R., University of Waikato, New Zealand, sh229@waikato.ac.nz; Bryan, K. R., University of Waikato, New Zealand, kbryan@waikato.ac.nz; Mullarney, J. C., University of Waikato, New Zealand, juliam@waikato.ac.nz; Winter, C., MARUM, Universität Bremen, Germany, cwinter@marum.de;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/morphological-evolution-of-ebb-tide-deltas.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13894 | Poster ID 306

CHARACTERIZING HEAT CONTENT AND SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF TEMPERATURE IN THE SURF-ZONE

Sinnett, G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, gsinnett@ucsd.edu; Feddersen, F., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, falk@coast.ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13975 | Poster ID 327

THE ANTHROMORPHODYNAMICAM: PREDICTING COASTLINE MORPHODYNAMICS AND THE HUMAN RESPONSE WITH A MONITORING CAMERA.

Grimes, D. J., University of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA, djg4157@uncw.edu; McNamara, D. E., University of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA, mcnamarad@uncw.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13997 | Poster ID 328

NUMERICAL MODELING OF COASTAL MORPHODYNAMICS IN RESPONSE TO EXTREME STORM EVENTS ON THE GOLOVIN BARRIER SPIT IN NORTHWEST ALASKA

Smith, J. R., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, jacquelynrosesmith@gmail.com; Kinsman, N., State of Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, USA, nicole.kinsman@alaska.gov; Misra, D., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, debu.misra@alaska.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14032 | Poster ID 329

LONG AND SHORT-TERM MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY OF A SANDY BEACH SYSTEM IN SOUTHWESTERN AUSTRALIA

Segura, L. E., The University of Western Australia, Australia, l.segura@student.uwa.edu.au; Hansen, J. E., The University of Western Australia, Australia, jeff.hansen@uwa.edu.au; Lowe, R. J., The University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Symonds, G., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, graham.symonds@csiro.au; Contardo, S., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, stephanie.contardo@cisro.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14136 | Poster ID 330

SURFZONE FLUSHING THROUGH HEADLAND RIPS

Castelle, B., Université Bordeaux 1 / CNRS, France, b.castelle@epoc.u-bordeaux1.fr; Coco, G., Universidad de Cantabria / IH Cantabria, Spain, giovanni.coco@unican.es;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14369 | Poster ID 331

GREAT SOUTH BAY AND THE BREACH IN FIRE ISLAND, NY

Flagg, C. N., Stony Brook University/School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, charles.flagg@stonybrook.edu; Flood, R., Stony Brook University/School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, roger.flood@stonybrook.edu; Wilson, R., Stony Brook University/School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, USA, robert.wilson@stonybrook.edu; Yang, D. M., Stony Brook University/School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, , dongming.yang@live.com;

ePoster Link: http://po.msrc.sunysb.edu/GSB

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14479 | Poster ID 332

QUANTIFYING THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF WIND-STRESSES ACROSS A TIDAL INLET

Ortiz-Suslow, D. G., University of Miami, USA, dortiz-suslow@rsmas.miami.edu; Haus, B. K., University of Miami, USA, bhaus@rsmas.miami.edu; Laxague, N. M., University of Miami, USA, nlaxague@rsmas.miami.edu; Williams, N. J., University of Miami, , nwilliams@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14533 | Poster ID 333

RADIOCARBON DATING TO INVESTIGATE THE DISTRIBUTION OF DUMPED SEDIMENT

Banno, M., Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan, banno-m@pari.go.jp; Seike, K., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14554 | Poster ID 334

WAVE-CURRENT INTERACTION IN THE SURFZONE-INNER SHELF CIRCULATIONS

Kaida, H., Kobe University, Japan, kaida@stu.kobe-u.ac.jp; Uchiyama, Y., Kobe University, Japan, uchiyama@harbor.kobe-u.ac.jp; McWilliams, J., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, jcm@atmos.ucla.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14599 | Poster ID 335

MODELING OF NEARSHORE CURRENTS OVER FRINGING REEFS WITH SHOCK-CAPTURING BOUSSINESQ-TYPE EQUATIONS

Roeber, V., Tohoku University, Japan, roeber@irides.tohoku.ac.jp; Heitmann, T. W., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, troyheit@hawaii.edu; Cheung, K. F., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cheung@hawaii.edu; Smith, D. A., Sea Engineering Inc., USA, dsmith@seaengineering.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14691 | Poster ID 336

BEACH EROSION NEAR THE SEASHORE WIND BREAK FOREST

KIM, T., Kunsan University, Republic Of Korea, trkim@kunsan.ac.kr; Lee, J., Kunsan University, Republic Of Korea, mungmung1020@nate.com; KIM, D., Kunsan University, Republic Of Korea, marojino@nate.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14933 | Poster ID 337

WAVE BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYER VARIABILITY ACROSS THE SURF ZONE

Mulligan, R. P., Queen's University, Canada, mulliganr@civil.queensu.ca; Berard, N. A., Queen's University, Canada, neville.berard@gmail.com; Ferreira da Silva , A. M., Queen's University, Canada, amsilva@civil.queensu.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17137 | Poster ID 417

NUMERICAL MODELING OF THE MORPHODYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM OF TIDALLY-DOMINATED ESTUARIES.

Canestrelli, A., Department of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University, USA, auc26@psu.edu; Bolla Pittaluga, M., Department of Environmental Engineering, University of Genova, Italy, Michele.BollaPittaluga@unige.it; Tambroni, N., Department of Environmental Engineering, University of Genova, Italy, nicoletta.tambroni@unige.it; Slingerland, R., Department of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University, USA, rxs15@psu.edu; Seminara, G., Department of Environmental Engineering, University of Genova, Italy, giovanni.seminara@unige.it;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17270 | Poster ID 418

MEASURING SCALES OF VARIABILITY OF DYNAMIC PROCESSES IN THE COASTAL OCEAN WITH COORDINATED AUVS

Bellingham, J. G., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, jgb@mbari.org; Chavez, F. P., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, chfr@mbari.org; Scholin, C. A., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, scholin@mbari.org; Zhang, Y., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, yzhang@mbari.org; McPhee-Shaw, E. E., Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, San Jose State University 8272 Moss Landing Rd, Moss Landing CA, 9, USA, eshaw@mlml.calstate.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17331 | Poster ID 452

ESTIMATING SURFICIAL SEAFLOOR SEDIMENT MUD FRACTION USING EMPIRICAL ORTHOGONAL FUNCTIONS OF ACOUSTIC BACKSCATTER WAVEFORM PROPERTIES

Humberston, J. L., University of New Hampshire/ Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, USA, jhumberston@ccom.unh.edu; Lippmann, T. C., University of New Hampshire/ Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping, USA, lippmann@ccom.unh.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17369 | Poster ID 453

REMOTE SENSING OBSERVAITONS OF WAVE DISSIPATION

Diaz Mendez, G. M., Oregon State University, USA, guillermo.diaz@oregonstate.edu; Haller, M. C., Oregon State University, USA, merrick.haller@oregonstate.edu; Honegger, D. A., Oregon State University, USA, honegger@engr.orst.edu; Pittman, R. W., Oregon State University, USA, randall.pittman@oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/remote-sensing-observations-of-wave-dissipation.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17493 | Poster ID 454

WAVE TRANSFORMATIONS AND BEACH VOLUME CHANGE AT WAIKIKI BEACH IN RESPONSE TO ENERGETIC SUMMER SWELL EVENTS

Clark, S. J., University of Hawaii, USA, sjclark@hawaii.edu; Siegelman, M., Brown University, USA, mika_siegelman@brown.edu; Barnes, A., University of Hawaii, USA, atbarnes@hawaii.edu; Becker, J. M., University of Hawaii, USA, jbecker@soest.hawaii.edu; Brooks, B. A., USGS, USA, b.armstead.brooks@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17546 | Poster ID 455

EXPLORATION OF A NOVEL HIGH-RESOLUTION SURFACE MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE FOR DETECTING THE IMPACT OF HETEROGENEOUS BATHYMETRIC FEATURES ON NEAR-SHORE HYDRODYNAMICS

Mandel, T. L., Stanford University, USA, tmandel@stanford.edu; Rosenzweig, I., Stanford University, USA, etayros@stanford.edu; Weitzman, J. S., Stanford University, USA, jweitzman@stanford.edu; Koseff, J. R., Stanford University, USA, koseff@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17679 | Poster ID 456

THE VARIATION PROCESS OF JIUDUANSHA SHOAL IN THE YANGTZE RIVER ESTUARY AND ITS EVOLUTION MECHANISM

WU, D., HOHAI UNIVERSITY, China, wudeian@163.com; SHAO, Y., HOHAI UNIVERSITY, China, shaoyuchenxy@sina.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17839 | Poster ID 457

MODELING OF SURF ZONE LARVAL TRANSPORT AT VARIOUS BEACHES

Fujimura, A. G., University of Miami, USA, afujimura@rsmas.miami.edu; Reniers, A. J., University of Miami, USA, areniers@rsmas.miami.edu; Paris, C. B., University of Miami, USA, cparis@rsmas.miami.edu; Shanks, A. L., University of Oregon, USA, ashanks@uoregon.edu; MacMahan, J. H., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, jhmacmah@nps.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17934 | Poster ID 458

NEAR-SHORE CIRCULATION OFF SOUTHERN TAMAULIPAS AND NORTHERN VERACRUZ, WESTERN GULF OF MEXICO, DURING WINTER 2012-2013

Rivas, D., CICESE, Mexico, drivas@cicese.mx;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17946 | Poster ID 459

CORAL RUBBLE TRANSPORT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RUBBLE-DOMINATED REEF FLATS: EVIDENCE FROM THE SOUTHERN GREAT BARRIER REEF

Thornborough, K. J., The University of Sydney, Australia, kate.thornborough@sydney.edu.au; Webster, J. M., The University of Sydney, Australia, jody.webster@sydney.edu.au; Vila Concejo, A., The University of Sydney, Australia, ana.vilaconcejo@sydney.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/coral-rubble-transport-and-implications-for-the-development-of-rubble-dominated-reef-flats-evidence.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17952 | Poster ID 460

NEARSHORE ANISOTROPIC RELATIVE DISPERSION IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Romero, L., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, leromero@eri.ucsb.edu; Uchiyama, Y., Kobe University, Japan, uchiyama@harbor.kobe-u.ac.jp; Ohlmann, J. C., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, carter@eri.ucsb.edu; McWilliams, J. C., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, jcm@atmos.ucla.edu; Siegel, D. A., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, davey@eri.ucsb.edu;

ePoster Link: http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/JPO-D-13-011.1

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18010 | Poster ID 461

OBSERVATIONS OF SAND BED EVOLUTION UNDER VARYING FORCING CONDITIONS IN A SMALL-OSCILLATORY FLOW TUNNEL USING A LASER SCANNING SYSTEM

Penko, A. M., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, allison.penko@nrlssc.navy.mil; Bordelon, A., Naval Research Enterprise Program, USA, esl.ambrose@gmail.com; Landry, B. J., University of Illinois, USA, blandry2@illinois.edu; Calantoni, J., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, joe.calantoni@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18140 | Poster ID 462

AN EFFECTIVE METHOD FOR BATHYMETRY ESTIMATION OF A TIDAL INLET: THE ROLE OF WAVE AND CURRENT INTERACTION

Moghimi, S., College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, USA, moghimis@gmail.com; Wilson, G., College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, , ; Özkan-Haller , T., College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University,, , ; Haller, M. C., College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University,, , ; Farquharson , G., Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18036 | Poster ID 463

IN SITU LOW-FREQUENCY ACOUSTIC OBSERVATION OF THE ESTUARINE SALT WEDGE

Reeder, D. B., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, dbreeder@nps.edu;

036 - An integrated view of Agulhas Science: Past, present and future

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13097 | Poster ID 1793

AGULHAS LEAKAGE: ITS CONTROL AND ISOLATED IMPACT ON THE SOUTH ATLANTIC

Durgadoo, J. V., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, jdurgadoo@gmail.com; Biastoch, A., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, abiastoch@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13387 | Poster ID 1794

MECHANISMS OF MIXING IN THE AGULHAS RETURN CURRENT FROM MICROSTRUCTURE AND FINESTRUCTURE MEASUREMENTS

Rice, A. E., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, Ana.Rice.ctr@nrlssc.navy.mil; Book, J. W., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, Jeff.Book@nrlssc.navy.mil; Fischer, T., Geomar, Germany, tfischer@geomar.de; Thomsen, S., Geomar, Germany, sthomsen@geomar.de; Wood, W. T., Naval Research Laboratory, USA, Warren.Wood@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13495 | Poster ID 1795

SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIATIONS OF THE MASCARENE HIGH

MIYAMOTO, A., The University of Tokyo, Japan, ayumu@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp; NAKAMURA, H., The University of Tokyo, Japan, hisashi@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp; MIYASAKA, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, miyasaka@atmos.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13558 | Poster ID 1796

LINKS BETWEEN AGULHAS CURRENT VARIABILITY AND SHELF UPWELLING OFF PORT ALFRED, SOUTH AFRICA.

Malan, N. M., University of Cape Town, South Africa, neilcmalan@gmail.com; Roberts, M. J., Dept. Environmental Affairs, South Africa, South Africa, squid@metroweb.co.za; Ansorge, I. J., University of Cape Town, South Africa, isabelle.ansorge@uct.ac.za;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/links-between-agulhas-current-variability-and-shelf-upwelling-off-port-alfred-south-africa.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13584 | Poster ID 1797

KEY VALIDATION METHODS FOR GLOBAL OPERATIONAL OCEAN MODELS FOR THE AGULHAS CURRENT

Cooper, K., Deparment of Oceanography, University of Cape Town, South Africa, greycooper@gmail.com; Backeberg, B., Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, Bergen, Norway, bjorn.backeberg@nersc.no; Hermes, J., South African Environmental Observation Network, Cape Town, South Africa, juliet@saeon.ac.za; Veitch, J., Deparment of Oceanography, University of Cape Town, South Africa, jennifer.jackson-veitch@uct.ac.za; Deshayes, J., 4Laboratoire de physique des océans, The National Centre for scientific research, Brest, France, julie.deshayes@ird.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13765 | Poster ID 1798

ROLE OF THE MIXED LAYER DEPTH IN RELAXATION OF THE SST FRONT IN THE AGULHAS RETURN CURRENT REGION

Tozuka, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, tozuka@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Cronin, M. F., NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, USA, meghan.f.cronin@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13879 | Poster ID 1887

EVIDENCE THAT AGULHAS CURRENT TRANSPORT IS MAINTAINED DURING A MEANDER

Leber, G. M., University of Miami, USA, gleber@rsmas.miami.edu; Beal, L. M., University of Miami, USA, lbeal@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14442 | Poster ID 1888

A HYCOM REPRESENTATION OF LOW FREQUENCY VARIATIONS IN THE AGULHAS RETROFLECTION REGION IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC

Giddy, I. S., University Of Cape Town, South Africa, isgiddy@gmail.com; Ansorge, I., University Of Cape Town, South Africa, Isabelle.Ansorge@uct.ac.za; Backeberg, B., University Of Cape Town, South Africa, bjorn.backeberg@nersc.no; Reason, C., University Of Cape Town, South Africa, chris.reason@uct.ac.za; Campos, E., University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, edmo@usp.br;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14904 | Poster ID 1889

PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN THE MOZAMBIQUE CHANNEL

Quartly, G. D., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, gqu@pml.ac.uk; Cameron, R., , United Kingdom, rcameron@gmx.com; Zubkov, M. V., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, mvz@noc.ac.uk; Holland, R. J., , United Kingdom, rossjamesholland@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16364 | Poster ID 1890

TEMPORAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AGULHAS LEAKAGE AND NADW INTENSITY DURING MIS3 ABRUPT NORTHERN HEMISPHERE WARMINGS

Franzese, A. M., Columbia University, USA, franzese@ldeo.columbia.edu; Goldstein, S. G., Columbia University, USA, steveg@ldeo.columbia.edu; Hemming, S. R., Columbia University, USA, sidney@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16468 | Poster ID 1891

TWO-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT OF THE AGULHAS CURRENT DURING THE AGULHAS CURRENT TIME-SERIES EXPERIMENT (ACT)

Elipot, S., Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami, USA, selipot@rsmas.miami.edu; Beal, L. M., Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami, USA, lbeal@rsmas.miami.edu; Houk, A., Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami, USA, ahouk@rsmas.miami.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/3-d-structure-and-transport-of-the-agulhas-current-during-the-agulhas-current-time-series

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17721 | Poster ID 1892

INTERANNUAL TRENDS IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL FLUXES

Oliveira, F., University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, fsoliveira@usp.br; Campos, E., University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, edmo@usp.br;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18012 | Poster ID 1893

HIGH FREQUENCY, SUB WATER COLUMN, CURRENT REVERSALS ON THE INSHORE BOUNDARY OF THE AGULHAS CURRENT, SOUTH AFRICA

Roberts, M. J., Oceans & Coasts Research, South Africa, squid@metroweb.co.za;

049 - Station ALOHA: Celebrating 25 years of sustained ocean observations

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13410 | Poster ID 2433

TAKING TIME-SERIES TO THE STREETS: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS THAT COMMUNICATE STATION ALOHA RESEARCH

Foley, J. M., Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education, USA, foleyj@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://cmore.soest.hawaii.edu/education/teachers/stars.htm

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13460 | Poster ID 2434

HIGH-FREQUENCY BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODELING BASED ON HOE-DYLAN EXPERIMENT AT STATION ALOHA

Luo, Y. W., Xiamen University, China, ywluo@xmu.edu.cn; Nicholson, D. P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dnicholson@whoi.edu; Doney, S. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sdoney@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14176 | Poster ID 2435

MICROBIAL GROUP SPECIFIC UPTAKE OF INORGANIC PHOSPHATE AND ATP AT STATION ALOHA: KINETICS, EFFECT OF LIGHT AND RESPONSE TO RAPID CHANGES IN N:P AVAILABILITY

Duhamel, S., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA, sduhamel@ldeo.columbia.edu; Björkman, K. M., Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education (C-MORE), University of Hawaii, USA, bjorkman@hawaii.edu; Doggett, J. K., Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education (C-MORE), University of Hawaii, USA, doggett@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education (C-MORE), University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14256 | Poster ID 2436

232TH/230TH AT THE HAWAII OCEAN TIME-SERIES STATION ALOHA: A TOOL FOR IRON CYCLING

Hayes, C. T., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, cthayes@mit.edu; Boyle, E. A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, eaboyle@mit.edu; McGee, D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, davidmcg@mit.edu; Fitzsimmons, J. N., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, jessfitz@mit.edu; Anderson, R. F., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, boba@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14901 | Poster ID 2437

MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION ON SINKING PARTICES AT STATION ALOHA

Fontanez, K. M., MIT, USA, fontanez@mit.edu; DeLong, E. F., MIT, USA, delong@mit.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/microbial-community-structure-and-function-on-sinking-particles-at-station-aloha.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15506 | Poster ID 2438

EUPHOTIC AND MESOPELAGIC ZONE MICROBIAL RESPIRATION AT STATION ALOHA

Martinez-Garcia, S., University of Hawaii/C-MORE, USA, sandramg@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii/C-MORE, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15593 | Poster ID 2439

THE ALOHA SEAGLIDER FLEET

Poulos, S., University of Hawaii / SOEST, C-MORE, USA, poulos@soest.hawaii.edu; Fujieki, L., University of Hawaii / SOEST, C-MORE, USA, lfujieki@soest.hawaii.edu; Watkins, B., University of Hawaii / SOEST, Oceanography, USA, blakewat@hawaii.edu; Searson, S., University of Hawaii / SOEST, C-MORE, USA, searson@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii / SOEST, C-MORE, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15766 | Poster ID 2440

THE HAWAII OCEAN TIME-SERIES (HOT) PROGRAM TURNS 25: HIGHLIGHTS OF A QUARTER CENTURY OF SUSTAINED OBSERVATIONS IN THE SEA

Church, M. J., University of Hawaii, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu; HOT Team, T., University of Hawaii, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16356 | Poster ID 2441

AMMONIUM DISTRIBUTION AT STATION ALOHA IN THE NORTH PACIFIC SUBTROPICAL GYRE

Segura-Noguera, M., CMORE, University of Hawai'i, USA, mariona.segura@gmail.com; Curless, S. E., CMORE, University of Hawai'i, USA, curless@hawaii.edu; Church, M. J., CMORE, University of Hawai'i, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., CMORE, University of Hawai'i, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: https://sites.google.com/site/cmoresegura/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16554 | Poster ID 2442

LOCAL TO BASIN SCALE MODULATION OF PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE NORTH PACIFIC SUBTROPICAL GYRE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE HAWAII OCEAN TIME-SERIES PROGRAM

Letelier, R. M., Oregon State University, USA, letelier@coas.oregonstate.edu; White, A. E., Oregon State University, USA, awhite@coas.oregonstate.edu; Church, M. J., University of Hawaii, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu; Bidigare, R. R., University of Hawaii, USA, bidigare@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/hot/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17099 | Poster ID 2457

TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF AMMONIA-OXIDIZING ARCHAEA AT STATION ALOHA

Wai, B. R., University of Hawaii / Department of Oceanography, USA, brenner@hawaii.edu; Church, M. J., University of Hawaii / Department of Oceanography, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii / Department of Oceanography, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu; DeLong, E. F., Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Civil and Environmental Engineering, USA, delong@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17112 | Poster ID 2458

HIGH-RESOLUTION FLOW CYTOMETRY PROFILES OF PROCHLOROCOCCUS AT STATION ALOHA

Doggett, J. K., C-MORE/University of Hawaii, USA, doggett@hawaii.edu; van den Engh, G., Advanced Cytometry Group, BD BioSciences, Seattle, WA, USA, ger.engh@me.com; Doblin, M. A., University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, martina.doblin@uts.edu.au; Karl, D. M., C-MORE/University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17272 | Poster ID 2459

ASSESSING THE INTERNAL CONSISTENCY OF CO2 MEASUREMENTS AT STATION ALOHA

Sadler, D. W., University of Hawaii, USA, sadler@hawaii.edu; Dore, J. E., Montana State University, USA, jdore@montana.edu; Church, M. J., University of Hawaii, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu; Fujieki, L. A., University of Hawaii, USA, lfujieki@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17309 | Poster ID 2460

DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER PRODUCTION AND MICROBIAL GROWTH AT STATION ALOHA

Viviani, D. A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, viviani@hawaii.edu; Church, M. J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17419 | Poster ID 2461

ANALYSES OF INORGANIC NUTRIENT POOLS BY THE HAWAII OCEAN TIME-SERIES (HOT) PROGRAM: METHODS, PROCEDURES, AND STANDARDIZATION

Curless, S. E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Oceanography, USA, curless@hawaii.edu; Björkman, K. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Oceanography, USA, bjorkman@hawaii.edu; Updyke, B., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Oceanography, , updyke@hawaii.edu; Mahaffey, C., University of Liverpool, School of Environmental Sciences , United Kingdom, mahaffey@liv.ac.uk; Dore, J. E., Montana State University, Department of Land Resources & Environmental Sciences, USA, jdore@montana.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17664 | Poster ID 2462

ALOHA CABLED OBSERVATORY: ON-GOING RESULTS AND NEW INSTRUMENTS

Howe, B. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, bhowe@hawaii.edu; Lukas, R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, rlukas@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://aco-ssds.soest.hawaii.edu/index.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17801 | Poster ID 2463

THE WHOI-HAWAII OCEAN TIME-SERIES SITE (WHOTS) MOORING: HIGHLY-RESOLVED UPPER OCEAN TRENDS, VARIABILITY, AND FORCING

McCoy, D., University of Hawaii, USA, demccoy@hawaii.edu; Santiago-Mandujano, F. E., University of Hawaii, USA, mandujan@soest.hawaii.edu; Weller, R. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rweller@whoi.edu; Plueddemann, A. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, aplueddemann@whoi.edu; Lukas, R., University of Hawaii, USA, rlukas@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/whots/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17997 | Poster ID 2464

THE SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN TIME SERIES (SPOT) STATION: A FIRST FOCUS ON DIAZOTROPHS COMMUNITY

Biegala, I. C., Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, France, isabelle.biegala@univ-amu.fr; Aucan, J., IRD, New Caledonia, jerome.aucan@ird.fr; Desnues, A., IRD, New Caledonia, ; Clavere-Graciette, A., University of Paris VI, France, ana.gabriel.clavere.1991@gmail.com; Raimbault, P., CNRS, France, patrick.raimbault@univ-amu.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/the-south-pacific-ocean-time-series-spot-station-a-first-focus-on-diazotrophs-community

051 - Shedding light on the dark ocean: biogeochemistry and microbial oceanography of the pelagic realm of the deep sea

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14145 | Poster ID 86

THE ACTIVE MINORITY: PROKARYOTES THRIVING IN THE DEEP ATLANTIC OCEAN

Sintes, E., University of Vienna, Austria, eva.sintes@univie.ac.at; De Corte, D., University of Vienna, Austria, daniele.de.corte@univie.ac.at; Yokokawa, T., Ehime University, Japan, taichi.yokokawa@ehime-u.ac.jp; Olbrich, K., University of Vienna, Austria, kolbrich@univie.ac.at; Herndl, G. J., University of Vienna, Austria, gerhard.herndl@univie.ac.at;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15504 | Poster ID 87

SINGLE-CELL ANALYSIS OF ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY ON SINKING PARTICLES: MESOPELAGIC PHOSPHORUS AND CARBON CYCLING IMPLICATIONS

Samo, T. J., University of Hawaii., USA, tsamo@hawaii.edu; Karl, D. M., University of Hawaii, USA, dkarl@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16662 | Poster ID 88

CHARACTERIZATION OF THAUMARCHAEOTA ISOLATED FROM THE NORTHERN ADRIATIC SEA

Bayer, B., University Of Vienna, Austria, barbara.bayer@hotmail.com; Vojvoda, J., , Italy, janavojvoda@gmail.com; Offre, P., Univeristy of Vienna, Austria, pierre.offre@univie.ac.at; De Corte, D., University of Vienna, Austria, daniele.de.corte@univie.ac.at; Herndl, G. J., University of Vienna, Austria, gerhard.herndl@univie.ac.at;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16699 | Poster ID 89

MICROBIAL CULTIVATIONS FROM MID-­ATLANTIC RIDGE HYDROTHERMAL VENT PLUMES

Russell, J. A., University of Delaware, USA, joeruss@udel.edu; Gartman, A., University of Delaware, USA, agartman@udel.edu; Biddle, J. F., University of Delaware, USA, jfbiddle@udel.edu; Luther, G. W., University of Delaware, USA, luther@udel.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17256 | Poster ID 90

EXPLORING A MICROBIAL ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO MODELING DEEP OCEAN BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES

Zakem, E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ezakem@mit.edu; Follows, M., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, mick@ocean.mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17386 | Poster ID 91

DIVERSITY AND ACTIVITY OF CHEMOAUTOTROPHIC BACTERIA IN THE APHOTIC WATERS OF THE SUBTROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Thomas, S. E., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, sethomas@hawaii.edu; Church, M. J., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, mjchurch@hawaii.edu;

052 - Current perspectives on trophic ecology: utilization of complementary tracer methods

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13136 | Poster ID 2503

FORAGING ECOLOGY AND MERCURY SOURCES IN HAWAIIAN BOTTOMFISH

Sackett, D. K., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, danas4@hawaii.edu; Drazen, J. C., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, jdrazen@hawaii.edu; Choy, C. A., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, cachoy@hawaii.edu; Popp, B., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, popp@hawaii.edu; Humphries, Jr, R. L., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, robert.humphreys@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13163 | Poster ID 2504

MODELING THE DIET OF KODIAK HUMPBACK WHALES (MEGAPTERA NOVAEANGLIAE): IMPLICATIONS FOR MARINE PREDATORS AND COMMERCIAL FISHERIES NEAR KODIAK, ALASKA

Wright, D. L., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, dlwright2@alaska.edu; Witteveen, B. H., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, bree.witteveen@alaska.edu; Quinn II, T. J., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, terry.quinn@alaska.edu; Wynne, K. M., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, kate.wynne@alaska.edu; Horstmann-Dehn, L. A., University of Alaska Fairbanks, , lara.horstmann@alaska.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13490 | Poster ID 2505

SPATIAL AND SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN THE TROPHIC SPECTRUM OF DEMERSAL FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN JIAOZHOU BAY, CHINA

Han, D., Ocean University of China, China, handdyyy@163.com; Xue, Y., Ocean University of China, China, xueying@ouc.edu.cn; Ren, Y., Ocean University of China, China, renyip@ouc.edu.cn; Ma, Q., Ocean University of China, China, mable211101@163.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15518 | Poster ID 2506

TROPHIC STRUCTURE OF MEGABENTHIC FOOD WEBS ALONG DEPTH GRADIENTS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA AND OFF NORTHEASTERN TAIWAN

Shiao, J. C., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, jcshiao@ntu.edu.tw; Lin, H. Y., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ; Lin, P. Y., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ; Kao, S. J., Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15718 | Poster ID 2585

STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL RESPONSES OF HARPACTICOID COPEPODS TO ANOXIA IN THE NORTHERN ADRIATIC: AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH WITH TROPHIC MARKERS

Troch, D., Ghent University, Belgium, marleen.detroch@ugent.be; Roelofs, ., Ghent University, Belgium, ; Riedel, ., University of Vienna, Austria, ; Grego, ., National Institute of Biology, Slovenia, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15727 | Poster ID 2586

FEEDING ECOLOGY OF JUVENILE CHINOOK (ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA) AND COHO (O. KISUTCH) SALMON BASED ON DIET AND STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSES

Adams, J. N., Wellesley College , USA, jadams@wellesley.edu; Brodeur, R. D., National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, HMSC, USA, ; Daly, E. A., Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies, Oregon State University, HMSC, USA, ; Miller, T. W., , , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15737 | Poster ID 2587

DETERMINING TROPHIC POSITION OF ORGANISMS LIVING IN SEAGRASS MEADOW USING NITROGEN ISOTOPE RATIO OF INDIVIDUAL AMINO ACID

Choi, B. H., hanyang university, Republic Of Korea, chboh@hanyang.ac.kr; Shin, K. H., hanyang university, Republic Of Korea, ; Ha, S. Y., Korea Polar Research Institute, Republic Of Korea, ; Min, J. O., Korea Polar Research Institute, Republic Of Korea, ; Chikaraishi, Y., 3Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16032 | Poster ID 2588

CONCENTRATIONS OF ESSENTIAL OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS IN THE SEA CAN BE ESTIMATED USING OCEAN COLOR DATA

Budge, S. M., Dalhousie University, Canada, Suzanne.Budge@da.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16248 | Poster ID 2589

FOOD SOURCE AND HABITAT CONDITIONS OF THE LARVAE OF THE GHOST SHRIMP ESTIMATED BASED ON STABLE ISOTOPES ANALYSIS OF BULK AND AMINO ACIDS

UMEZAWA, Y., Nagasaki University, Japan, umezawa@nagasaki-u.ac.jp; TAMAKI, A., Nagasaki University, Japan, ; KIYAMA, K., The University of Tokyo, Japan, ; HIRAMATSU, D., Kyusyu University, Japan, ; SOMIYA, R., Nagasaki University, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16510 | Poster ID 2590

TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL SHIFTS IN LAKE MICHIGAN CARBON AND NUTRIENT DYNAMICS AS REVEALED BY STABLE C AND N ISOTOPES

Bootsma, H. A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, hbootsma@uwm.edu; Turschak, B. A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, turschak@uwm.edu; Tyner, E. H., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, ehtyner@uwm.edu; Mosley, C. M., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, cmmosley@uwm.edu; Driscoll, Z. G., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, zgd@uwm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16780 | Poster ID 2591

TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF SMALL PELAGIC FISH SPECIES: LABORATORY-DERIVED FEEDING EXPERIMENTS BRING NEW LIGHT ON EARLY LIFE HISTORY DYNAMICS

Garrido, S., Guia Marine Laboratory/Centre of Oceanography, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal, garridosus@gmail.com; Caldeira, C., Guia Marine Laboratory/Centre of Oceanography, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal, carinacaldeira@gmail.com; Santos, A. M., INSTITUTO PORTUGUEˆ S DO MAR E DA ATMOSFERA IPMA, Portugal, amsantos@ipma.pt; Ré, P., Guia Marine Laboratory/Centre of Oceanography, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal, pedro.re@netcabo.pt;

ePoster Link: http://projectvital.fc.ul.pt

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17505 | Poster ID 2592

STABLE ISOTOPE BASELINES IN MARINE FOOD WEBS: A PAN-ARCTIC REVIEW

Søreide, J. E., The University Centre in Svalbard/ Arctic Biology, Norway, Janne.Soreide@unis.no; Iken, K., University of Alaska Fairbanks/School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, USA, kbiken@alaska.edu; Bluhm, B., University of Alaska Fairbanks/School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, USA, babluhm@alaska.edu; Gradinger , R., University of Alaska Fairbanks/ School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, USA, rrgradinger@alaska.edu; Renaud, P. E., Akvaplan-niva AS, Norway, paul.renaud@akvaplan.niva.no;

055 - Comparing Physical Processes in Large Lakes and Shallow Seas

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13058 | Poster ID 669

VERTICAL MIXING IN A LARGE LAKE: COMPARING A 3D HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL, SI3D, WITH VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS MADE FROM AN AUTONOMOUS GLIDER

Rusello, P. J., NortekUSA, USA, pj@nortekusa.com; King, A. T., Cornell University, USA, atk6@cornell.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13159 | Poster ID 670

UNDERSTANDING GRAND HAVEN NEARSHORE CIRCULATION USING A COUPLED WAVE-CURRENT BASED MODEL

Xia, M., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, mxia@umes.edu; Schwab, D., NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab, , djschwab@umich.edu; Mao, M., University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA, mmao@umes.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13223 | Poster ID 671

EFFECT OF WIND AND MACROPHYTES ON SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION IN THE BALTIC SEA AND TWO LARGE LAKES IN FINLAND AND CHINA

Nurminen, L. K., University of Helsinki, Finland, leena.nurminen@helsinki.fi; Niemistö , J., University of Helsinki, Finland, ; Zhu, G., Nanjing Institute of Geography anf Limnology, China, ; Qin, B., Nanjing Institute of Geography anf Limnology, China, ; Ventelä, A., Pyhäjärvi Institute, Finland, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14275 | Poster ID 672

CIRCULATION AND STRATIFICATION IN TITAN’S SEAS

Lorenz, R. D., JHU Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, ralph.lorenz@jhuapl.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14461 | Poster ID 673

AN INVESTIGATION OF CAUSES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER ELEVATION CHANGES IN THE BUFFALO RIVER, BUFFALO, NY

Clayton, K., SUNY - Buffalo State, USA, pytlewkl01@mail.buffalostate.edu; Singer, J., SUNY - Buffalo State, USA, singerjk@buffalostate.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14916 | Poster ID 674

PHYSICAL DRIVERS OF LAKE MICHIGAN BIOGEOCHEMISTRY

Pilcher, D. J., University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, USA, djpilcher@wisc.edu; McKinley, G. A., University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, USA, gamckinley@wisc.edu; Bootsma, H. A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, USA, hbootsma@uwm.edu; Bennington, V., University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Climate Research, USA, benesh@wisc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16873 | Poster ID 675

LATERAL DISPERSION INDUCED BY INTERNAL POINCARE WAVES IN LAKE MICHIGAN

Choi, J. M., Purdue University, USA, junchoi@purdue.edu; Troy, C. D., Purdue University, USA, troy@purdue.edu; McCormick, M. J., Cooperative Institute for Limnology and Ecosystems Research, University of Michigan, USA, ; Wells, M. G., University of Toronto, Canada, wells@utsc.utoronto.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16966 | Poster ID 676

THE ROLE OF METEOROLOGICAL FORCING ON THE PERSISTENCE AND MIXING OF DISTINCT WATER MASSES IN GREEN BAY, LAKE MICHIGAN

Grunert, B. K., Michigan Technological University, USA, bgrunert@mtu.edu; Klump, J. V., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA, vklump@uwm.edu; Bravo, H. R., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA, hrbravo@uwm.edu; Mouw, C. B., Michigan Technological University, USA, cbmouw@mtu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.geo.mtu.edu/~cbmouw/Colleen_Mouw/Welcome.html

056 - Insights into marine ecosystem dynamics from acoustic techniques

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13444 | Poster ID 2691

ACOUSTIC CHARACTERIZATION OF PELAGIC FISH DISTRIBUTION ACROSS THE SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Escobar-Flores, P. C., University of Auckland, New Zealand, pesc003@aucklanduni.ac.nz; O'Driscoll, R. L., National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research , New Zealand, richard.odriscoll@niwa.co.nz; Montgomery, J. C., University of Auckland, New Zealand, j.montgomery@auckland.ac.nz;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/acoustic-characterization-of-pelagic-fish-distribution-across-the-south-pacific-ocean.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13462 | Poster ID 2692

UTILIZING AN AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE WITH INTEGRATED ACOUSTIC TELEMETRY ASSETS TO UNDERSTAND SAND TIGER SHARK HABITAT SELECTIVITY

Haulsee, D. E., University of Delaware, USA, dhaulsee@udel.edu; Fox, D. A., Delaware State University, USA, dfox@desu.edu; Wetherbee, B. M., University of Rhode Island, USA, wetherbee@mail.uri.edu; Breece, M. W., University of Delaware, USA, mwbreece@udel.edu; Oliver, M. J., University of Delaware, USA, moliver@udel.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13590 | Poster ID 2693

USE OF A MULTI-FREQUENCY ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENT FOR ESTIMATION OF ZOOPLANKTON BIOMASS AND VERTICAL ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE IN THE NORTH BERING AND CHUKCHI SEAS

Nelson, R. J., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries & Oceans Canada and University of Victoria, Canada, seastarbiotech@gmail.com; Vagle, S., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries & Oceans Canada, Canada, svein.vagle@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Lemon, D. D., ASL Environmental Sciences Inc., Canada, dlemon@aslenv.com; Buermans, R. J., ASL Environmental Sciences Inc., Canada, jbuermans@aslenv.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13645 | Poster ID 2694

CHARACTERIZING A HAWAIIAN ECOSYSTEM HOTSPOT USING PASSIVE AND ACTIVE ACOUSTIC DATA

Abecassis, M., Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, University of Hawaii, USA, melanie.abecassis@noaa.gov; Polovina, J., Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, NOAA/NMFS, USA, jeffrey.polovina@noaa.gov; Baird, R., Cascadia Research Collective, USA, rwbaird@cascadiaresearch.org; Copeland, A., University of Hawaii, USA, adrienne.copeland@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13826 | Poster ID 2696

ENVIRONMENTAL INTERFERENCE FACTORS AFFECTING DETECTION RANGE IN ACOUSTIC TELEMETRY STUDIES USING FIXED RECEIVER ARRAYS

Hawthorne, N. C., Savannah State University, USA, noelle.hawthorne@gmail.com; Ogburn, M. B., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA, ogburnm@si.edu; McFall, G., Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary, USA, greg.mcfall@noaa.gov; Fangman, S., Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary, USA, sarah.fangman@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13973 | Poster ID 2697

DIVERSE ACOUSTICALLY REFLECTIVE TARGETS IDENTIFIED WITH SIMULTANEOUS STEREOGRAPHIC OPTICAL IMAGING

Briseño-Avena, C., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, cbriseno@ucsd.edu; Roberts, P. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, paulr@mpl.ucsd.edu; Jaffe, J. S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jjaffe@ucsd.edu; Franks, P. J., , , pfranks@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14096 | Poster ID 2698

WHERE ARE COD IN THE STELLWAGEN BANK NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY?

Rodriguez, D., Humboldt State University, USA, rodriguezd257@yahoo.com; Parjis, S., NEFSC-Northeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, sofie.vanparijs@noaa.gov; Hernandez, K., , USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14314 | Poster ID 2700

PINGING FISH IN A BARREL: DEVELOPING A GENERAL TARGET STRENGTH-SIZE MODEL FOR REEF FISH

Rosemond, R. C., Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, rclairer@email.unc.edu; Taylor, J. C., NOS National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, chris.taylor@noaa.gov; Ebert, E. F., NOS National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, erik.ebert@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14413 | Poster ID 2701

OBJECT-ORIENTED RULE-BASED WHALE CLASSIFICATION FOR BLUE AND FIN WHALE RECOGNITION

Huang, M. J., National Kaohsiung Marine Unviersity, Taiwan ROC, mingjer.huang@gmail.com; Margolina, T., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, tmargoli@nps.edu; Joseph, J. E., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, jejoseph@nps.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14564 | Poster ID 2702

INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN THE UPPER OCEAN SCATTERING LAYER IN DRAKE PASSAGE IN RELATION TO CLIMATE MODES

Chereskin, T. K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, tchereskin@ucsd.edu; Koenig, Z., Ecole Normale Superieure, France, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14585 | Poster ID 2703

ESTIMATING NORTH ATLANTIC SPERM WHALE <em>(/PHYSETER MACROCEPHALUS\) </EM> ABUNDANCE IN THE SOUTHEAST UNITED STATES FROM A SHIP-BASED PASSIVE ACOUSTIC SURVEY

Madrigal, B. C., University of Hawai'i at Manoa/ National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA, bcm2@hawaii.edu; Soldevilla, M. S., NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, melissa.soldevilla@noaa.gov; Wicker, J. A., NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center, , jesse.wicker@noaa.gov; Garrison, L. P., NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center, USA, lance.garrison@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14702 | Poster ID 2704

ACOUSTIC TESTING OF THE ARCTIC AGING HYPOTHESIS

Szczucka, J., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, szczucka@iopan.gda.pl; Hoppe, L., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ; Trudnowska, E., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14733 | Poster ID 2771

SURFACING BEHAVIOR AND GAS RELEASE OF THE PHYSOSTOME SPRAT (SPRATTUS SPRATTUS) IN ICE-FREE AND ICE-COVERED WATERS

Solberg, I., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ingrid.solberg@kaust.edu.sa; Kaartvedt, S., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, stein.kaartvedt@kaust.edu.sa;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/surfacing-behavior-and-gas-release-of-the-physostome-sprat-sprattus-sprattus-in-ice-free-and-ice-1.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14945 | Poster ID 2772

SEASONAL PATTERNS IN THE NOCTURNAL DISTRIBUTION OF DIELLY MIGRATING MESOPELAGIC FISH (MAUROLICUS MUELLERI) AT HIGH LATITUDE

Prihartato, P. K., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, perdana.karim@kaust.edu.sa; Kaartvedt, S., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, stein.kaartvedt@kaust.edu.sa; Aksnes, D. L., University of Bergen, Norway, Dag.Aksnes@bio.uib.no;

ePoster Link: http://www.perdanaprihartato.com/masfjorden_abstract.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15040 | Poster ID 2773

STUCK BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE: ZOOPLANKTON VERTICAL MIGRANTS AND HYPOXIA IN THE GULF OF FINLAND, BALTIC SEA.

Webster, C. N., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, cnw3@st-andrews.ac.uk; Hansson, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, sture.hansson@ecology.su.se; Didrikas, T., AquaBiota Water Research, , tomas.didrikas@aquabiota.se; Lehtiniemi, M., The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), , Maiju.Lehtiniemi@ymparisto.fi; Brierley, A. S., University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, asb4@st-andrews.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15221 | Poster ID 2774

OBSERVING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL MOVEMENT OF ATLANTIC HERRING (CLUPEA HARENGUS) SCHOOLS USING ECHOSOUNDERS ON LOBSTER BOATS

Wurtzell, K. V., University of Maine, USA, katharine.wurtzell@maine.edu; Sherwood, G. D., Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, gsherwood@gmri.org; Baukus, A., Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, abaukus@gmri.org; Brown, C., Gulf of Maine Research Institute, USA, cbrown@gmri.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15945 | Poster ID 2775

THE SUBMARINE VOLCANO ERUPTION OFF EL HIERRO ISLAND: EFFECTS ON THE SCATTERING MIGRANTS AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE PELAGIC COMMUNITIES

Ariza, A. V., Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria., Spain, avariza@becarios.ulpgc.es; Kaartvedt, S., Red Sea Research Center. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology., Saudi Arabia, stein.kaartvedt@kaust.edu.sa; Røstad, A., Red Sea Research Center. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology., Saudi Arabia, anders.rostad@kaust.edu.sa; Garijo, J. C., Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria., Spain, jgarijo@becarios.ulpgc.es; Hernández-León, S., Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria., Spain, shernandezleon@ulpgc.es;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16063 | Poster ID 2776

ZOOPLANKTON ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION FROM AN ECHO-SOUNDER MOUNTED ON AN UNDERWATER GLIDER: A CASE STUDY ON ANTARCTIC KRILL.

Guihen, D., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, damaoi@bas.ac.uk; Fielding, S., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, sof@bas.ac.uk; Murphy, E. J., British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom, ejmu@bas.ac.uk; Heywood, K., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, k.heywood@uea.ac.uk; Griffiths, G., Autonomous Analytics, United Kingdom, gwyn@autonomousanalytics.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/zooplankton-abundance-and-distribution-from-an-echo-sounder-mounted-on-an-underwater-glider-a-case

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16318 | Poster ID 2777

CHANGES IN CETACEAN PRESENCE NEAR POINT SUR, CALIFORNIA IN RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY AT DIFFERENT SCALES

Margolina, T., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, tmargoli@nps.edu; Stimpert, A. K., Naval Postgraduate School, National Research Council, USA, alison.stimpert@gmail.com; Joseph, J. E., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, jejoseph@nps.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.nps.edu/Academics/GSEAS/oal/docs/NPS_Marmam.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16351 | Poster ID 2778

CHARACTERIZATION OF A STRONG SCATTERING LAYER IN THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC

Lavery, A. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, alavery@whoi.edu; Pagniello, C., University of Dalhousie, Canada, camillepagniello@gmail.com; Lawson, G. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, glawson@whoi.edu; Wiebe, P. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, pwiebe@whoi.edu; Copley, N. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ncopley@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16441 | Poster ID 2779

AMBIENT NOISE MEASUREMENTS ON ACOUSTIC SEAGLIDERS

Van Uffelen, L. J., University of Hawaii, USA, loravu@hawaii.edu; Roth, E. H., University of Hawaii, USA, eroth@hawaii.edu; Oleson, E., NOAA, USA, Erin.Oleson@noaa.gov; Howe, B. M., University of Hawaii, USA, bhowe@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16484 | Poster ID 2780

SOURCES OF AMBIENT OCEAN SOUND NEAR THE ANTARCTIC PENINSULA: SEASONAL VARIATION AND INTERRELATION OF WIND, WAVES, ICE BREAK-UP AND BALEEN WHALE VOCALIZATIONS

Dziak, R. P., Oregon State University/NOAA, USA, Robert.P.Dziak@noaa.gov; Matsumoto, H., Oregon State University/NOAA, USA, Haru.Matsumoto@noaa.gov; Bohnenstiehl, D. R., North Carolina State University/EAS, USA, drbohnen@ncsu.edu; Park, M., KOPRI/PERD, Republic Of Korea, ; Lee, W. S., KOPRI/PERD, Republic Of Korea, wonsang@kopri.re.kr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16883 | Poster ID 2782

DEVELOPMENT AND TEST DEPLOYMENTS OF AN ANIMAL-BORNE ‘SONAR TAG’ FOR QUANTIFYING PREY

Lawson, G. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, glawson@whoi.edu; Hückstädt, L. A., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, lahuckst@ucsc.edu; Lavery, A. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, alavery@whoi.edu; Wiebe, P. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, pwiebe@whoi.edu; Costa, D. P., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, costa@ucsc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16934 | Poster ID 2790

UNEXPECTED LONG DISTANCE MOVEMENT OF COMMON SHORE FISHES IN HAWAII

Sakihara, T. S., Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, troy.s.sakihara@hawaii.gov; Nishimoto, R. T., Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, robert.t.nishimoto@hawaii.gov; Nishiura, L. K., Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, lance.k.nishiura@hawaii.gov; Shimoda, T. E., Division of Aquatic Resources, USA, troy.e.shimoda@hawaii.gov; Peyton, K. A., Divison of Aquatic Resources, USA, kimberly.a.peyton@hawaii.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17142 | Poster ID 2791

THE GLOBAL OCEAN TRACKING NETWORK (OTN) 2010-2016 AND BEYOND: INTEGRATED APPROACHES TO RESEARCH, DATA AND INNOVATION

Iverson, S. J., Dalhousie University, Canada, sara.iverson@dal.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17338 | Poster ID 2792

INTEGRATING BATHYMETRIC AND ACOUSTIC FISH MAPPING DATA TO IDENTIFY AND DESIGNATE FUTURE MARINE PROTECTED AREAS ALONG THE SOUTH ATLANTIC BIGHT

Knuth, F. K., College of Charleston, USA, knuthfa@g.cofc.edu; Levine, N. S., College of Charleston, USA, levinen@cofc.edu; Sautter, L. R., , , ; Kracker, L., NOAA, USA, laura.kracker@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/integrating-bathymetric-and-acoustic-fish-mapping-data-to-identify-and-designate-future-marine.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17359 | Poster ID 2793

A NON-INVASIVE ASSESSMENT OF REPRODUCTIVELY MATURE ATLANTIC STURGEON (ACIPENSER OXYRINCHUS OXYRINCHUS) HABITAT USE

Comer, A. M., Delaware State University, USA, amycomer@gmail.com; Madsen, J. A., University of Delaware, USA, jmadsen@udel.edu; Fox, D. A., Delaware State University, USA, dfox@desu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/a-non-invasive-assessment-of-reproductively-mature-atlantic-sturgeon-acipenser-oxyrinchus.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17410 | Poster ID 2794

BLUE WHALE CALLING IN RELATION TO SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Chou, E., UCSD, USA, emchou@ucsd.edu; Širovic, A., UCSD, USA, asirvoic@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17666 | Poster ID 2795

A COMPARISON OF RELATIVE ZOOPLANKTON ABUNDANCE AND WATER MASS TYPE AT THREE BARROW CANYON MOORINGS

McEachen, H. J., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, h.mceachen@alaska.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17701 | Poster ID 2796

INTER- AND INTRA-ANNUAL VARIABILITY OF ZOOPLANKTON ABUNDANCE IN SAANICH INLET, BRITISH COLUMBIA

Sato, M., University of Washington, USA, meisato@uw.edu; Mackas, D. L., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, Dave.Mackas@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Dower, J. F., University of Victoria, Canada, dower@uvic.ca; Dewey, R., University of Victoria, Canada, rdewey@uvic.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17897 | Poster ID 2797

ESTIMATING DEEP SEA ORGANISM DENSITIES OFF THE KONA COAST USING A DUAL FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION SONAR (DIDSON) ON A CUSTOM PROFILER.

Giorli, G., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, giacomog@hawaii.edu; Copeland, A. M., Univerisity of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, acopelan@hawaii.edu; Au, W. W., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, wau@hawaii.edu; Polovina, J. J., NOAA, USA, jeffrey.polovina@noaa.gov;

057 - Small bugs with a big impact: linking plankton ecology with ecosystem processes

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12995 | Poster ID 2852

INTERANNUAL DIFFERENCES IN PLANKTON STRUCTURE DRIVE CHANGES IN THE FECUNDITY AND RECRUITMENT OF MNEMIOPSIS LEIDYI IN A LONG ISLAND ESTUARY

McNamara, M. E., Suffolk County Community College, USA, mcnamam@sunysuffolk.edu; Lonsdale, D. J., Stony Brook University, USA, darcy.lonsdale@stonybrook.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13052 | Poster ID 2853

SPECIES-SPECIFIC CALCITE PRODUCTION IN THE ARCTIC OCEAN REVEALS COCCOLITHUS PELAGICUS AS A KEY CALCIFIER

Daniels, C. J., National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, United Kingdom, c.daniels@noc.soton.ac.uk; Poulton, A. J., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, United Kingdom, alex.poulton@noc.ac.uk; Tyrrell, T., National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, United Kingdom, toby.tyrrell@soton.ac.uk; Young, J. R., University College London, London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom, jeremy.young@ucl.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/species-specific-calcite-production-in-the-arctic-ocean-reveals-coccolithus-pelagicus-as-a-key.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13275 | Poster ID 2854

COMPARISON OF STABLE ISOTOPE RATIOS BETWEEN ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES AROUND JAPAN

Nakamura, Y., Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University, Japan, y.nakamura@fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Yamaguchi, A., Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University, Japan, a-yama@fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Suzuki, N., Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Japan, suzuki.noritoshi@nifty.com; Tuji, A., Department of Botany, National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan, tuji@kahaku.go.jp; Imai, I., Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University, Japan, imai1ro@fish.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13451 | Poster ID 2855

BOTTOM-UP AND TOP-DOWN CONTROL OF TROPHIC TRANSFER EFFICIENCY FROM PHYTOPLANKTON TO ZOOPLANKTON IN THE SEAS AROUND TAIWAN

Su, M., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, neirohero@gmail.com; Sastri, A. R., Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, sastriakash@gmail.com; Lin, K., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, kevinlin893701@hotmail.com; Gong, G., Taiwan Ocean Research Institute, Taiwan ROC, gcgong@ntou.edu.tw; Hsieh, C., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, chsieh@ntu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13489 | Poster ID 2856

PREDATOR-PREY MASS RATIO OF MARINE ZOOPLANKTON IS DETERMINED BY RESOURCE AVAILABILITY

Ho, P. C., Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP) - Earth System Science Program, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, bookwormpageho@gmail.com; García-Comas, C., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, , ; Okuda, N., Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto University, Japan, ; Gong, G. C., Institute of Marine Environmental Chemistry and Ecology, National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, ; Hsieh, C., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14154 | Poster ID 2857

CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS IN A METAGENOMIC PERSPECTIVE

Ekman, M., Stockholm University, Sweden, martin.ekman@su.se; Celepli, N., Stockholm University, Sweden, narin.celepli@su.se; Larsson, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, john.larsson@su.se; Ininbergs, K., Stockholm University, Sweden, karolina.ininbergs@su.se; Bergman, B., Stockholm University, Sweden, birgitta.bergman@su.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14164 | Poster ID 2858

TOXIC AND AUTOTOXIC EFFECTS OF THE CYANOBACTERIAL NEUROTOXIN BMAA AND ITS RELATION TO NEURODEGENERATION

Berntzon, L., Stockholm University, Sweden, lotta.berntzon@su.se; Jonasson, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, sara.jonasson@su.se; Eriksson, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, johan.eriksson@su.se; Ronnevi, L. O., Karolinska Institute, Sweden, lars-olof.ronnevi@ki.se; Bergman, B., Stockholm University, Sweden, birgitta.bergman@su.se;

ePoster Link: http://www.su.se/emb/english/about-us/contact/staff/a-b/lotta-berntzon-1.120711

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14591 | Poster ID 2859

A NEW ECOLOGICALLY FLEXIBLE TYPES MODELING APPROACH APPLIED TO PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES OF TWO CONTRASTING TIME-SERIES STATIONS IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC

Yoshikawa, C., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Japan, yoshikawac@jamstec.go.jp; Smith, S. L., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Japan, lanimal@jamstec.go.jp; Sasai, Y., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Japan, ysasai@jamstec.go.jp; Sasaoka, K., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Japan, sasaoka@jamstec.go.jp; Fujiki, T., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Japan, tfujiki@jamstec.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14621 | Poster ID 2860

HOW AND WHY THE SIZE-SCALING OF MONOD PARAMETERS FOR PHYTOPLANKTON GROWTH DIFFERS GREATLY FROM THE SCALING OF MICHAELIS-MENTEN UPTAKE PARAMETERS

Smith, S. L., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Yokohama and CREST, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan, lanimal@jamstec.go.jp; Pahlow, M., GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany, mpahlow@geomar.de; Yoshikawa, C., RIGC, JAMSTEC, Yokohama, Japan, yoshikawac@jamstec.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14639 | Poster ID 2861

POLYUNSATURATED ALDEHYDES (PUA)-INDUCED NITRIC OXIDE (NO) AND REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS) PRODUCTION IN MARINE DIATOMS

GALLINA, A., STAZIONE ZOOLOGICA A. DOHRN, Italy, raffaella.casotti@szn.it; CASOTTI, R., STAZIONE ZOOLOGICA A. DOHRN, Italy, raffaella.casotti@szn.it;

ePoster Link: http://www.szn.it

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14666 | Poster ID 2862

GRAZING IMPACT OF ZOOPLANKTON FROM THE AMUNDSEN SEA POLYNYA, ANTARCTICA

Newstead, R. G., Bangor University, United Kingdom, r.newstead@bangor.ac.uk; Wilson, S. E., Bangor University, United Kingdom, stephanie.wilson@bangor.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14671 | Poster ID 2863

PATERNAL INVESTMENT IN COPEPODS

Bjærke, O., University of Oslo, Norway, oda.bjarke@ibv.uio.no; Bækkedal, K. S., University of Oslo, Norway, k.s.bakkedal@ibv.uio.no; Nordbotten, M., University of Oslo, Norway, marius.nordbotten@ibv.uio.no; Andersen, T., University of Oslo, Norway, tom.andersen@ibv.uio.no; Titelman, J., University of Oslo, Norway, josefin.titelman@ibv.uio.no;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14680 | Poster ID 2864

SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN LIPID AND FATTY ACID COMPOSITIONS OF THE MARINE PLANKTONIC COPEPOD CALANUS SINICUS IN SAGAMI BAY, JAPAN

Konno, F., Soka University, Japan, e12m5710@soka.ac.jp; Yoshiki, T., National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, tyoshiki@affrc.go.jp; Takahashi, K., University of Tokyo, Japan, akazutak@mail.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Yamamoto, S., Soka University, Japan, syama@soka.ac.jp; Toda, T., Soka University, Japan, toda@soka.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14682 | Poster ID 2865

SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTION IN THE FRINGING REEF OF OKINAWA ISLAND, JAPAN

Yamazaki, H., Soka University, Japan, e12m5721@soka.ac.jp; Nakajima, R., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, , nakajimar@jamstec.go.jp; Kurihara, H., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, harukoku@lab.u-ryunyu.ac.jp; Ichikawa, T., National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Japan, wamusi@affrc.go.jp; Sakamaki, T., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, sakamaki@tec.u-ryukyu.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14764 | Poster ID 2866

THE LATITUDINAL GRADIENT OF KEY ARCTIC ZOOPLANKTERS DISTRIBUTION AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE FOR ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING

Boehnke, R., Institute of Oceanology PAS, Department of Marine Ecology , Poland, rafalb@iopan.gda.pl; Trudnowska, E., Institute of Oceanology PAS, Department of Marine Ecology , Poland, ; Falk-Petersen, S., University of Tromsø, Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics Akvaplan-niva, Fram Centre for, Norway, ; Hop, H., Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway, ; Blachowiak-Samolyk , K., Institute of Oceanology PAS, Department of Marine Ecology , Poland, kasiab@iopan.gda.pl;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-latitudinal-gradient-of-key-arctic-zooplankters-distribution-and-its-significance-for-ecosystem.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14844 | Poster ID 2867

AN EMERGENT MODEL OF TROPHIC STRUCTURE IN MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

Underwood, P. J., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, philjunderwood@gmail.com; Buitenhuis, E., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, E.Buitenhuis@uea.ac.uk; Watson, A. J., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, andrew.watson@exeter.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14936 | Poster ID 2868

ZOOPLANKTON GRAZING IN THE AMAZON RIVER PLUME AND WESTERN TROPICAL NORTH ATLANTIC

Conroy, B. J., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, bconroy@vims.edu; Steinberg, D. K., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, bconroy@vims.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15178 | Poster ID 2869

INORGANIC MERCURY AND METHYLMERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN PACIFIC PHYTOPLANKTON AND ZOOPLANKTON

Gosnell, K. J., University of Connecticut, USA, kathleen.gosnell@uconn.edu; Mason, R., University of Connecticut, USA, robert.mason@uconn.edu; Balcom, P., University of Connecticut, USA, prentiss.balcom@uconn.edu; Swarr, G., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA, gswarr@whoi.edu; Munson, K., Woods Hold Oceanographic Institute, USA, kmunson@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15388 | Poster ID 2870

HIGH RESOLUTION VERTICAL PROFILES OF TRICHODESMIUM USING AN OPTICAL PROFILER: ABUNDANCE AND CHLOROPHYLL CONTRIBUTION IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO.

Hermosillo, X. M., University of Texas, Austin, USA, x.hermosillo@utexas.edu; Villareal, T. A., University of Texas, Austin, USA, tracyv@austin.utexas.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15513 | Poster ID 2871

ZOOPLANKTON GRAZING ACROSS OCEANIC FRONTS IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT ECOSYSTEM

Highland, A. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, ahighlan@kent.edu; Brandon, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jabrando@ucsd.edu; Ohman, M. D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mohman@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15734 | Poster ID 2872

FEEDING OF ONCAEID COPEPODS ON DISCARDED APPENDICULARIAN HOUSES: ITS ROLE IN MARINE SNOW DEGRADATION

Nishibe, Y., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, ynishibe@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Takahashi, K., Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan, akazutak@mail.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Ichikawa, T., National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, wamusi@affrc.go.jp; Hidaka, K., National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, khidaka@affrc.go.jp; Saito, H., Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, hsaito@affrc.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15842 | Poster ID 2873

THE USE OF IMAGE ANALYSIS SYSTEMS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ZOOPLANKTON PHYSIOLOGICAL RATES: A COMPARISON WITH ENZYMATIC METHODS

Garijo, J. C., Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global, Spain, jgarijo@becarios.ulpgc.es; Hernández-León, S., Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global, Spain, shernandezleon@ulpgc.es;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15880 | Poster ID 2874

DESCRIBING THE FATE OF DIAZOTROPH-DERIVED NEW NITROGEN

Sargent, E. C., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, e.sargent@noc.soton.ac.uk; Moore, C. M., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, c.moore@noc.soton.ac.uk; Bibby, T. S., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, tsb@soton.ac.uk; Poulton, A. J., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom, alex.poulton@noc.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16347 | Poster ID 2927

CHARACTERIZATION OF COASTAL SOUTHEAST PACIFIC PICO- NANO- AND MICRO-PLANKTON COMMUNITIES USING TAG SEQUENCING OF HYPERVARIABLE REGIONS OF 16S AND 18S RRNA.

Rodríguez-Marconi, S., Universidad Mayor, Chile, sxrodrig@uc.cl; Rojas-Herrera, M., Universidad Mayor, Chile, marcelo.rojas.herrera@gmail.com; von Dassow, P., Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile, pvondassow@bio.puc.cl; Trefault, N., Universidad Mayor, Chile, nicole.trefault@umayor.cl;

ePoster Link: http://www.umayor.cl/genomica/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16485 | Poster ID 2928

BACTERIAL COMMUNITY SUCCESSION AND METABOLISM DURING THE EARLY STAGES OF POC DEGRADATION IN THE WESTERN ARCTIC OCEAN

Mikan, M. P., Old Dominion University, USA, mmika003@odu.edu; Salter, I., Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls sur mer, France, ian.salter@obs-banyuls.fr; Nunn, B. L., University of Washington, USA, brookh@uw.edu; Harvey, H. R., Old Dominion University, USA, rharvey@odu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://mogel.cbl.umces.edu/index.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16528 | Poster ID 2929

SIMPLE MATH DESCRIBES COASTAL TO OFFSHORE PHYTOPLANKTON/ZOOPLANKTON DISTRIBUTIONS AND ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS

Messié, M., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, monique@mbari.org; Chavez, F. P., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, chfr@mbari.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/simple-math-describes-coastal-to-offshore-phytoplanktonzooplankton-distributions-and-ecosystems.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16567 | Poster ID 2930

ENERGY CONTENT OF CALIFORNIA CURRENT ZOOPLANKTON COLLECTED OFF OF TRINIDAD HEAD, CALIFORNIA, USA

Cass, C. J., Humboldt State University, USA, christine.cass@humboldt.edu; Taatjes, J., Humboldt State University, USA, jjt49@humboldt.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16874 | Poster ID 2932

LARVAL SUPPLY, SETTLEMENT, AND POST-SETTLEMENT MORTALITY AS DETERMINANTS OF THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF OLYMPIA OYSTERS IN COOS BAY, OR

Rimler, R. N., Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, USA, rrimler@uoregon.edu; Pritchard, C. E., Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, USA, cpritchar@uoregon.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17085 | Poster ID 2933

BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS CLUSTERS AROUND INDIVIDUAL DIATOMS

Smriga, S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ssmriga@mit.edu; Fernandez, V., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ssmriga@mit.edu; Stahl, A., Jacobs University, Germany, a.stahl@jacobs-university.de; Ullrich, M., Jacobs University, Germany, m.ullrich@jacobs-university.de; Stocker, R., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, romans@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17103 | Poster ID 2934

CHARACTERIZING PLANKTON BEHAVIORS AND THEIR RAMIFICATIONS FOR ECOLOGICAL RATES

Menden-Deuer, S., University of Rhode Island/Graduate School of Oceanography, USA, smenden@gso.uri.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.gso.uri.edu/smdlab/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17114 | Poster ID 2935

VARIABLE RESPONSE OF COPEPOD LIFE HISTORY TYPES TO SPRING ENVIRONMENTAL FORCING

Tommasi, D., NOAA GFDL, USA, desiree.tommasi@noaa.gov; Hunt, B. P., University of British Columbia, Canada, bhunt@eos.ubc.ca; Pakhomov, E. A., University of British Columbia, Canada, epakhomo@eos.ubc.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/variable-response-of-copepod-life-history-types-to-spring-environmental-forcing.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17438 | Poster ID 2936

IDENTIFICATION AND EXPRESSION OF JUVENILE HORMONE DURING DEVELOPMENT IN THE COPEPOD CALANUS FINMARCHICUS

Roncalli, V., Békésy Laboratory of Neurobiology, Pacific Biosciences Research Center,University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, roncalli@hawaii.edu; Lenz , P. H., Békésy Laboratory of Neurobiology, Pacific Biosciences Research Center,University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, petra@pbrc.hawaii.edu; Christie, A. E., Békésy Laboratory of Neurobiology, Pacific Biosciences Research Center,University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, crabman@pbrc.hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17535 | Poster ID 2937

COMPARISON OF LIPID, PROTEIN, AND CALORIE CONTENT OF THYSANOESSA SPINIFERA AND EUPHAUSIA PACIFICA FROM TRINIDAD, CA AND NEWPORT, OR

Taatjes, J., Humboldt State University, USA, jjt49@humboldt.edu; Cass, C. J., Humboldt State University, USA, cjc695@humboldt.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17623 | Poster ID 2938

PHYTOPLANKTON CHEMOTAXONOMY ACROSS THE CONTINENTAL MARGINS OF GULF OF MEXICO AND ATLANTIC COAST OF UNITED STATES.

Chakraborty, S., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, schakraborty@umassd.edu; Lohrenz, S. E., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, slohrenz@umassd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17707 | Poster ID 2949

CHANGES IN PHOTOTAXIS OF BESTIOLINA SIMILIS DURING NAUPLIAR DEVELOPMENT

Faltine-Gonzalez, D. Z., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, dylanfg@hawaii.edu; Lenz, P. H., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, petra@pbrc.hawaii.edu; Hartline, D. K., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, danh@pbrc.hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18120 | Poster ID 2950

USING SIZE-FRACTIONATED PRIMARY PRODUCTION TO IMPROVE ESTIMATES OF FISHERIES PRODUCTION POTENTIAL IN THE NORTHEAST US CONTINENTAL SHELF LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM

Hyde, K. J., NOAA/NMFS, USA, kimberly.hyde@noaa.gov; Fogarty, M. J., NOAA/NMFS, USA, michael.fogarty@noaa.gov; Fulton, E. A., CSIRO, Australia, beth.fulton@csiro.au; Kleisner, K., NOAA/NMFS, USA, k.kleisner@fisheries.ubc.ca; Kristiansen, T., Institute of Marine Research, Norway, trond.kristiansen@imr.no;

068 - Understanding biogeochemical and ecosystem responses to natural and human-induced interactions, drivers and pressures in coastal regions

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16313 | Poster ID 1018

DO SULFIDIC SEDIMENTS CONTRIBUTE TO SEAGRASS DECLINE IN A HIGHLY EUTROPHIC LAGOONAL ESTUARY IN NEW JERSEY?

Waite, N. L., Rutgers University, USA, waite@marine.rutgers.edu; Severmann, S., Rutgers University, USA, silke@marine.rutgers.edu; Kennish, M. J., Rutgers University, USA, kennish@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16379 | Poster ID 1019

IMPACTS OF CLIMATE AND LAND-USE CHANGES ON THE FATE OF NITROGEN IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Feng, Y., College of William and Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, USA, cyfeng@vims.edu; Friedrichs, M., College of William and Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, USA, marjy@vims.edu; Tian, H., Auburn University , USA, tianhan@auburn.edu; Tao, B., Auburn University , USA, bzt0003@auburn.edu; USECoS Research Team, T., , , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16392 | Poster ID 1020

VARIABILITY IN SPATIOTEMPORAL RESPONSES OF BENTHIC MICROALGAL NUTRIENT CYCLING IN GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS TO ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSORS

Lucchese, A. B., Texas A&M University, USA, allyson.eb.lucchese@gmail.com; Booe, T., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, booe@tamug.edu; Windham, R., Texas A&M University at Galveston, USA, windhamr@tamug.edu; Steichen, J. L., University of Central Arkansas, USA, jlsteichen@gmail.com; Quigg, A., Texas A&M University, USA, quigga@tamug.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16491 | Poster ID 1021

SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF POTENTIAL METAL BIOACCUMULATION IN PLANKTON COMMUNITIES OFF NORTHWEST AFRICA: A MODELING APPROACH

Auger, P. A., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France, pierre-amael.auger@ird.fr; Machu, E., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France, eric.machu@ird.fr; Gorgues, T., Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France, thomas.gorgues@ird.fr; Grima, N., Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France, nicolas.grima@univ-brest.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www-iuem.univ-brest.fr/epure

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16612 | Poster ID 1022

EVALUATING CO2 AND CH4 EFFLUXES FROM AN URBAN-INFLUENCED ESTUARINE SYSTEM UNDER VARYING NUTRIENT CONDITIONS

Brigham, B. A., Queens College, USA, bbrigham@gc.cuny.edu; O'Mullan, G. D., Queens College, USA, gomullan@qc.cuny.edu; Bird, J. A., Queens College, USA, jbird@qc.cuny.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16685 | Poster ID 1023

DISPERSION OF TERRESTRIAL INPUTS ALONG THE U.S. EASTERN CONTINENTAL SHELF

Narvaez, D. A., Old Dominion University/Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography, USA, diego@ccpo.odu.edu; Friedrichs, M. A., College of William and Mary/Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, marjy@vims.edu; Hofmann, E. E., Old Dominion University/Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography, USA, hofmann@ccpo.odu.edu; Tian, H., Auburn University/School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, USA, tianhan@auburn.edu; Wilkin, J., Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, USA, wilkin@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16820 | Poster ID 1024

EXAMINING THE PHYSICAL AND SPATIAL LINKAGE AMONG TERRESTRIAL AND COASTAL SYSTEMS

Tsang, Y., Michigan State University , USA, tsangyp@msu.edu ; Infante, D., Michigan State University, USA, infanted@msu.edu; Oram, R., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, risa.oram@noaa.gov; Acoba, T., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, tomoko.acoba@noaa.gov; Herreman, K., Michigan State University, USA, kyle.herreman@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17014 | Poster ID 1025

ANALYSIS OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER DISTRIBUTION ALONG SURFACE WATERS OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT

Welch, K. A., Oregon State University, USA, welchk@onid.orst.edu; Goni, M. A., Oregon State University, USA, mgoni@coas.oregonstate.edu; Alleau, Y., Oregon State University, USA, alleauy@onid.oregonstate.edu; Smith, L., Oregon State University, USA, smithl2@onid.orst.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17509 | Poster ID 1026

RIVER INFLUENCES ON THE CIRCULATION, ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND MODELING OF A LARGE EASTERN BOUNDARY CURRENT ESTUARY

Baptista, A. M., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, baptista@stccmop.org; Karna, T., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, karnat@stccmop.org; Seaton, C., Oregon Health & Science University, USA, cseaton@stccmop.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17923 | Poster ID 1028

NUTRIENT, OXYGEN AND PLANKTON DYNAMICS IN A SALISH SEA EMBAYMENT AND THE CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN SURFACE ALGAL COMMUNITIES AND BOTTOM WATER HYPOXIA

Apple, J. K., Western Washington University, USA, jude.apple@wwu.edu; Kodner, R., Western Washington University, USA, robin.kodner@wwu.edu; Christman, R. N., University of Washington, USA, renae812@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13393 | Poster ID 917

TRENDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF X2 IN NORTHERN SAN FRANCISCO BAY, 1988-2012

Huang, I. B., Stanford University, USA, ibhuang@stanford.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13576 | Poster ID 918

MODELING THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF CHANGING CLIMATE AND EVERGLADES RESTORATION ON THE FLORIDA BAY ECOSYSTEM

Kearney, K. A., University of Miami RSMAS, USA, kkearney@rsmas.miami.edu; Kelble, C. R., NOAA AOML, USA, chris.kelble@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13588 | Poster ID 971

UNDERSTANDING HOW THE TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION IN REMOTELY SENSED DATA INFLUENCES THE ROCKY INTERTIDAL MUSSEL SPECIES, MYTILUS CALIFORNIANUS

Price, J. R., University of South Carolina, USA, jprice@geol.sc.edu; Lakshmi, V., University of South Carolina, USA, vlakshmi@geol.sc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13828 | Poster ID 972

DETERMINATION OF SULFADIAZINE IN JIAOZHOU BAY BASED ON MOLECULARLY IMPRINTED SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION FOLLOWED BY HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY

Wang, J. T., Ocean University of China, China, jtwang@ouc.edu.cn; Lian, Z. R., Shandong University at Weihai, China, yoyo-lzr@hotmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13918 | Poster ID 973

MODELING OCEAN CIRCULATION AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL VARIABILITY IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Xue, Z., North Carolina State University, USA, zxue@ncsu.edu; He, R., North Carolina State University, USA, rhe@ncsu.edu; Fennel, K., Dalhousie University, Canada, katja.fennel@dal.ca; Cai, W., University of Delaware, USA, wcai@udel.edu; Lohrenz, S., University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA, slohrenz@umassd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14038 | Poster ID 974

INFLUENCE OF PRECIPITATION EVENTS ON CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATION IN COASTAL WATERS OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES

Kim, T. W., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, twkim@kiost.ac; Najjar, R. G., The Pennsylvania State University, USA, rgn1@psu.edu; Lee, K., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktl@postech.ac.kr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14502 | Poster ID 975

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOT SPRING DRAINAGE AND THE AMOUNT OF DIATOM FLOWING IN RIVER

Makoto, Y., Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan, myam@chikyu.ac.jp; Shinji, O., BGRL, Institute for Geothermal Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan, ohsawa@bep.vgs.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Taketoshi, M., BGRL, Institute for Geothermal Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan, mishimax@bep.vgs.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Takuya, S., Graduate School of Education, Oita University, Japan, t-sakai@nittetsukou.co.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14526 | Poster ID 976

SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE AS SECURITY IN THE COASTAL ZONE

Taniguchi, M., Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan, makoto@chikyu.ac.jp; Shoji, J., Hiroshima University, Japan, jshoji@hiroshima-u.ac.jp; Sugimoto, R., Fukui Prefectural University, Japan, sugiryo@fpu.ac.jp; Yamada, M., Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan, myam@chikyu.ac.jp; Ono, M., National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan, masa.ono@aist.go.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.chikyu.ac.jp/wefn/english/index.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14594 | Poster ID 977

INFLUENCES OF THE CHANGJIANG RIVER DISCHARGE ON THE ECOSYSTEM OF THE JACENT SEA AREA

Shi, J., Ocean University of China, China, shijie@ouc.edu.cn; Mao, X., Ocean University of China, China, ; Jia, S., Ocean University of China, , ; Zhao, L., Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14613 | Poster ID 978

PRESERVATION OF ORGANIC CARBON IN THE INTERTIDAL AREA OF YELLOW RIVER DELTA, NORTH CHINA

Zou, L., Ocean University of China, China, zouli@ouc.edu.cn; Yu, W. T., Ocean University of China, China, yuwentao@ouc.edu.cn; Gao, H. W., Ocean University of China, China, hwgao@ouc.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/preservation-of-organic-carbon-in-the-intertidal-area-of-the-yellow-river-delta-north-china-.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14762 | Poster ID 979

WILL DEPOSITED SEDIMENT PHOSPHORUS BE A LONG-TERM SOURCE AFTER DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN P-LOAD TO A DEEP BALTIC SEA ESTUARY?

Sandberg, M., Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden, maria.sandberg@su.se; Walve, J., Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences, Stockholm university, Sweden, jakob.walve@su.se; Larsson, U., Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences, Stockholm university, Sweden, ulf.larsson@su.se; Lännergren, C., Stockholm Vatten AB, Sweden, chla4606@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14847 | Poster ID 980

CHARACTERIZATION AND STABILIZATION OF ORGANIC CARBON IN SEDIMENTS/SOILS OF A YOUNG PROGRADING DELTA: THE WAX LAKE DELTA, LOUISIANA

Shields, M. R., University of Florida, USA, shields892@ufl.edu; Bianchi, T. S., University of Florida, USA, tbianchi@ufl.edu; Twilley, R., Louisiana State University, USA, rtwilley@lsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15059 | Poster ID 981

ICE SHEETS TO OCEANS: LINKAGES BETWEEN CHANGING WATERSHEDS AND THE NORTHERN GULF OF ALASKA.

Campbell, R. W., Prince William Sound Science Center, USA, rcampbell@pwssc.org; Crusius, J., USGS, USA, jcrusius@usgs.gov; Gassó , S., GESTAR/Morgan State University, USA, Santiago.Gasso@nasa.gov; Thomas, A., University of Maine, USA, thomas@maine.edu; Schroth, A., University of Vermont, USA, aschroth@uvm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15227 | Poster ID 982

SKILL ASSESSMENT OF MULTIPLE HYPOXIA MODELS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT DECISIONS

Irby, I. D., VIMS, USA, iirby@vims.edu; Friedrichs, M., VIMS, USA, marjy@vims.edu; Friedrichs, C., VIMS, USA, cfried@vims.edu; Hood, R., UMCES, USA, rhood@umces.edu; Feng, Y., VIMS, USA, cyfeng@vims.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15481 | Poster ID 983

COUPLED HYDRODYNAMIC BIOLOGICAL/ECOLOGICAL MODELS FOR TOXIC CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS MANAGEMENT

Zhu, Y., Monash University, Australia, yafei.zhu@monash.edu; Beardall, J., Monash University, Australia, john.beardall@monash.edu; McCowan, A., Water Technology Pty Ltd, Australia, andrew.McCowan@watech.com.au; Hipsey, M., The University of Western Australia, Australia, matt.hipsey@uwa.edu.au; Cook, P., Monash University, Australia, perran.cook@monash.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/coupled-hydrodynamic-biologicalecological-models-for-toxic-cyanobacterial-blooms-management.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15540 | Poster ID 984

SOURCES AND FLUXES OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON IN THE EAST CHINA SEA

Chen, Y. F., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, s9723053@gm.pu.edu.tw; Hung, C. C., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, cchung@mail.nsysu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15657 | Poster ID 985

USING ALGAL PIGMENTS TO CHARACTERIZE PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN SAN FRANCISCO BAY

Peacock, M. B., UC Santa Cruz, USA, mdbpeacock@gmail.com; Kudela, R. M., UC Santa Cruz, USA, kudela@ucsc.edu; Senn, D. B., SFEI, USA, davids@sfei.org; Schraga, T. S., USGS, USA, tschraga@usgs.gov; Cloern, J. E., USGS, USA, jecloern@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15817 | Poster ID 986

CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF STRONGLY INCREASING IRON CONCENTRATIONS IN RIVER DISCHARGE

Kritzberg, E. S., Lund University, Sweden, emma.kritzberg@biol.lu.se; Ekström, S., Lund University, Sweden, sara.ekstrom@biol.lu.se; Reader, H., Lund University, Sweden, heather.reader@biol.lu.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16128 | Poster ID 987

DISSOLVED PHOSPHORUS POOL AND ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY IN THE EAST CHINA SEA

Yamaguchi, A., Nagasaki University, Japan, bb53411011@cc.nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Umezawa, Y., Nagasaki University, Japan, ; Takeda, S., Nagasaki University, Japan, ; Chang, J., National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16147 | Poster ID 988

THE DIURNAL TREND OF CARBONATE CHEMISTRY IN A MARICULTURE AREA IN BOLINAO, PANGASINAN, PHILIPPINES

Lagumen, M. T., University of the Philippines, Philippines, marychristentia@gmail.com; San Diego-McGlone, M. L., University of the Philippines, Philippines, ;

071 - Frontiers of oceanographic data and methods

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13084 | Poster ID 1671

HIGH RESOLUTION HYDRO- AND BIO-OPTICAL DATA ANALYSIS FOR OBSERVATION OF MID- AND SMALL SCALE WATER OPTICAL PROPERTIES VARIABILITY.

Sagan, S., Institute of Oceanology PAS, Poland, sagan@iopan.gda.pl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13329 | Poster ID 1672

DEVELOPING A BIO-UCTD PROBE

Hasegawa, D., Okinawa Instutute of Science of Technology, Japan, daisuke@oist.jp; Mitarai, S., Okinawa Instutute of Science of Technology, Japan, satoshi@oist.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13474 | Poster ID 1673

A ROTATED EOF ANALYSIS OF SST GRADIENTS OFF THE PERUVIAN COAST

Armstrong, E. M., JPL/Caltech, USA, edward.m.armstrong@jpl.nasa.gov; Salaza, E. A., Univ Naclonal Mayor San Marcos, Peru, cfisicaster@gmail.com; Vazquez-Cuervo, J., JPL/Caltech, USA, jorge.vazquez@jpl.nasa.gov; Dewite, B., IRD, LEGOS, France, b.dewitte.legos@gmail.com; Purca, S., Instituto del Mar del Perú, Peru, spurca@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13562 | Poster ID 1674

DEEP WATER CIRCULATION WITHIN THE IZENA CAULDRON AND ITS CONNECTION TO THE OKINAWA TROUGH

KOMAKI, K., The General Environmental Technos. Co., Ltd., Japan, komaki_kanae@kanso.co.jp; Goto, K., The General Environmental Technos. Co., Ltd., Japan, ; Onishi, Y., The General Environmental Technos. Co., Ltd., Japan, ; Goto, N., Deep Ocean Resource Deveropment, Japan, ; Oshika, J., Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation, Japan, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/deep-water-circulation-within-the-izena-cauldron-and-its-connection-to-the-okinawa-trough-1

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13628 | Poster ID 1675

PARTICULATE BACKSCATTER DATA RECORD FROM SEVEN YEARS OF CALIPSO LIDAR BACKSCATTER MEASUREMENTS

Hu, Y., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, yongxiang.hu-1@nasa.gov; Zhai, P., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, pengwang.zhai-1@nasa.gov; Xu, K. M., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, kuan-man.xu@nasa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13646 | Poster ID 1676

MAPPING THE NORTHEASTERN CHUKCHI SEA SURFACE CURRENTS AND THEIR DYNAMICAL RESPONSE UNDER DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Fang, Y., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, yfang2@alaska.edu; Weingartner, T., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, tjweingartner@alaska.edu; Potter, R., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, rapotter@alaska.edu; Statscewich, H., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, hstatscewich@alaska.edu; Winsor, P., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, pwinsor@alaska.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14431 | Poster ID 1677

THE FOOTPRINT ERROR OF SEA-ICE DRAFT MEASURED BY UPWARD-LOOKING SONAR (ULS)

Moritz, R. E., University of Washington, USA, dickm@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14514 | Poster ID 1678

A MOORED INSTRUMENT FOR TURBULENCE MEASUREMENTS IN SWIFT TIDAL CHANNELS

Wolk, F., Rockland Scientific Inc., Canada, fabian@rocklandscientific.com; Cheel, R., Dalhousie University, Canada, richard.cheel@dal.ca; Stern, P., Rockland Scientific Inc., Canada, peter@rocklandscientific.com; Hay, A., Dalhousie University, Canada, alex.hay@dal.ca; Lueck, R. G., Rockland Scientific Inc., Canada, rolf@rocklandscientific.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14589 | Poster ID 1679

RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS OF ACOUSTIC DOPPLER CURRENT PROFILER TO SUSPENDED MATTER

Arai, R., Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, arai@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Furuta, S., Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, furuta@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Yamazaki, T., Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, yamazaki@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Komaki, K., General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd., Japan, komaki_kanae@kanso.co.jp; Goto, K., General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd., Japan, goto_koichi@kanso.co.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14604 | Poster ID 1680

DEVELOPMENT OF WINCH OPERATED SENSOR ASSEMBLY UNIT UP TO 150M FROM SEAFLOOR PLATFORM

Yamazaki, T., Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, yamazaki@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Maeda, N., General Environmental Technos Co., Ltd., Japan, maeda_nobuhiro@kanso.co.jp; Kato, S., Nichiyu Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd., Japan, katos@nichigi.co.jp; Narita, H., Tokai University, Japan, hisashin@scc.u-tokai.ac.jp; Nakatani, N., Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, nakatani@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14646 | Poster ID 1681

KEY TO “UNLOCK” THE POTENTIAL OF PELAGIC OSTRACODS

Wichorowski, M., Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sceinces, Poland, wichor@iopan.pl; Blachowiak-Samolyk, K., Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sceinces, Poland, kasiab@iopan.pl; Vanden Berghe, E., , Belgium, evberghe@gmail.com; Angel, M., The Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, mvangel37@gmail.com ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/key-to-unlock-the-potential-of-pelagic-ostracods

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15567 | Poster ID 1682

CONSTRUCTION OF HIGH RESOLUTION TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY CLIMATOLOGY FOR THE U. S. EAST COASTAL OCEAN AND INTRA-AMERICAN SEA USING DIVA TECHNIQUE

Zhigang, Y., North Carolina State University&Ocean University of China, USA, yaozhigang.ouc@gmail.com; Feng, X., North Carolina State University, USA, xfeng3@ncsu.edu; Ruoying, H., North Carolina State University, USA, rhe@ncsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15622 | Poster ID 1683

MAPPING THE MARINE MAGNETIC FIELD USING AUTONOMOUS MAGNETIC DRIFTERS

Chandler, M. T., Michigan State University, USA, mikec@msu.edu; Tominaga, M., Michigan State University, USA, tominaga@msu.edu; Sager, W. W., University of Houston, USA, wwsager@uh.edu; Tivey, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mtivey@whoi.edu; Fucile, P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, pfucile@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://deeptow.whoi.edu/research/magdrifter.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15928 | Poster ID 1684

FIXED POINT OPEN OCEAN OBSERVATORY NETWORK (FIXO3): MULTIDISCIPLINARY OBSERVATIONS FROM THE AIR-SEA INTERFACE TO THE DEEP SEAFLOOR

Lampitt, R. S., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, r.lampitt@noc.ac.uk; Cristini, L., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, luisa.cristini@noc.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16091 | Poster ID 1685

RECONSTRUCTION OF THE INTERIOR FIELDS USING OBSERVATIONS

Majumder, S., UMass Dartmouth, USA, smajumder@umassd.edu; Wang, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jwang@sio.edu; Weller, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, , rweller@whoi.edu; Tandon, A., UMass Dartmouth, USA, atandon@umassd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16165 | Poster ID 1686

EDDY SEEDING IN THE LABRADOR SEA: A SUBMERGED AUTONOMOUS LAUNCH PLATFORM APPLICATION

Furey, H. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, hfurey@whoi.edu; de Jong, M. F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, fdejong@whoi.edu; Bower, A. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, abower@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16296 | Poster ID 1699

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VALIDATION OF A REFINED EMPIRICAL ALGORITHM TO DERIVE WAVE SPECTRA FROM HF RADAR MEASUREMENTS

Lopez, G., Plymouth University, United Kingdom, guiomar.lopez@plymouth.ac.uk; Conley, D., Plymouth University, United Kingdom, daniel.conley@plymouth.ac.uk; Greaves, D., Plymouth University, United Kingdom, deborah.greaves@plymouth.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/spatial-and-temporal-validation-of-a-refined-empirical-algorithm-to-derive-wave-spectra-from-hf.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16446 | Poster ID 1700

A REMOTE SENSING STUDY OF THE SUBSURFACE COLD POOL IN THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC BIGHT

Sha, J., University of Delaware, USA, jsha@udel.edu; Jo, Y., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, joyoung@udel.edu; Yan, X., University of Delaware, USA, xiaohai@udel.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16503 | Poster ID 1701

A STUDY ON VIIRS OCEAN COLOR MEASUREMENTS OVER OCEAN ‘DESERTS’

Pahlevan, N., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, nima.pahlevan@umb.edu; Wei, J., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, jianwei.wei@umb.edu; Lee, Z., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, zhongping.lee@umb.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16587 | Poster ID 1702

TURBULENCE MEASUREMENTS FROM A STREAMLINED INSTRUMENT PLATFORM MOORED AT MID-DEPTH IN A SWIFT TIDAL CHANNEL

Hay, A., Dalhousie University, Canada, alex.hay@dal.ca; Lueck, R., Rockland Scientific International, Canada, rolf@rocklandscientific.com; Wolk, F., Rockland Scientific International, Canada, fabian@rocklandscientific.com; McMillan, J., Dalhousie University, Canada, justine@phys.ocean.dal.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16841 | Poster ID 1703

EXPLORING WAVE AND BEDLOAD TRANSPORT GENERATED NOISE ON A MIXED GRAVEL AND SAND BEACH USING BURIED HYDROPHONES

Barclay, D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dbarclay@whoi.edu; Zedel, L., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, zedel@mun.ca; Hay, A. E., Dalhousie University, Canada, alex.hay@dal.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16896 | Poster ID 1704

ANALYSIS OF MORPHOLOGICAL VARIBILITY, SHOALING, BREAKING, AND HAZARDS OF THE NEW RIVER INLET USING A MOBILE X-BAND RADAR

De Paolo, A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, adepaolo@ucsd.edu; Rogowski, P., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, progowski@ucsd.edu; Terrill, E. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, eterrill@ucsd.edu; Campana, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jcampana@ucsd.edu;

ePoster Link: http://cordc.ucsd.edu/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17167 | Poster ID 1705

OBSERVATIONS OF SURFACE CURRENT, BATHYMETRY AND CURRENT SHEAR USING X-BAND RADAR

Campana, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, jcampana@ucsd.edu; Terrill, E., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, eterrill@ucsd.edu; de Paolo, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, tdepaolo@ucsd.edu; Cook, T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, tmcook@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17559 | Poster ID 1706

A NEW GENERATION OF INSTRUMENTATION FOR NAVIS PROFILING FLOATS

Reiter, J., Sea-Bird Electronics, USA, jreiter@seabird.com; Quittman, D., Sea-Bird Electronics, USA, dquittman@seabird.com; Mitchell, T. O., Sea-Bird Electronics, USA, tmitchell@seabird.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17766 | Poster ID 1707

PROGRESS IN DATA DISCOVERY AND ACCESS

Groman, R. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rgroman@whoi.edu; Allison, M. D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mallison@whoi.edu; Chandler, C. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cchandler@whoi.edu; Glover, D. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dglover@whoi.edu; Kinkade, D. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dkinkade@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.bco-dmo.org/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17791 | Poster ID 1708

DOMS (DEEP-OCEAN MASS SPECTROMETER) ANALYTICAL CAPABILITY TO 6000 M

McMurtry, G. M., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, garym@soest.hawaii.edu; Falinski, K. A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, falinski@hawaii.edu; Dasilveira, L. A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, luis@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17892 | Poster ID 1709

INTERPOLATING THROUGH TIME AND SPACE WITH EMPIRICAL ORTHOGONAL FUNCTIONS

Stanway, M. J., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, mjstanway@mbari.org; Zhang, Y., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, yzhang@mbari.org; Bellingham, J. G., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, jgb@mbari.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17988 | Poster ID 1710

PROFILING SYSTEMS ON CABLED OBSERVATORIES: EXPERIENCES IN THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC

Mihaly, S. F., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, smihaly@uvic.ca; Sastri, A., Ocean Networks Canada, Canada, asastri@uvic.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17992 | Poster ID 1711

HIGH-RESOLUTION TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF SUSPENDED PARTICULATES IN COASTAL WATERS: PRELIMINARY REMOTE SENSING EXPERIMENTS USING UAS

Montes-Hugo, M. A., Université du Québec à Rimouski , Canada, martinalejandro_montes@uqar.ca; Mohammadpour , G., Université du Québec à Rimouski , Canada, amin6323@gmail.com; Bouakba, H., Université du Québec à Rimouski , Canada, bouakbahabiba@gmail.com; Barrado, C., Escola d'Enginyeria de Telecomunicació i Aeroespacial de Castelldefels, Spain, cristina.barrado@upc.edu; Pastor, E., Escola d'Enginyeria de Telecomunicació i Aeroespacial de Castelldefels, Spain, enric@ac.upc.es;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18033 | Poster ID 1712

VELOCITY OBSERVATIONS USING A NEW ACOUSTIC DOPPLER CURRENT METER ON A WIRE-FOLLOWING VERTICAL PROFILER

Lohrmann, A., Nortek, USA, inquiry@nortekusa.com; Rusello, P., Nortek, USA, pj@nortekusa.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18079 | Poster ID 1713

FINITE TIME PERIOD AND HIGH RESOLUTION WORLD OCEAN ATLAS 2013 CLIMATOLOGIES AND THEIR USE TO STUDY CLIMATE VARIABILITY

Boyer, T., US National Oceanographic Data Center, USA, tim.boyer@noaa.gov; Levitus, S., Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Univserity of Maryland, USA, slevitus@atmos.umd.edu; Locarnini, R., US National Oceanographic Data Center, USA, ricardo.locarnini@noaa.gov; Zweng, M., US National Oceanographic Data Center, USA, ; Mishonov, A., US National Oceanographic Data Center, USA, alexey.mishonov@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18126 | Poster ID 1714

TELEPRESENCE AS A METHODOLOGY FOR ENGAGING SHORE-BASED SCIENTISTS IN REAL-TIME OCEAN EXPLORATION

VerPlanck, N., NOAA Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, nicola.verplanck@noaa.gov; Elliott, K., NOAA Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, kelley.elliott@noaa.gov; Kennedy, B., NOAA Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, brian.kennedy@noaa.gov; Russell, C., NOAA Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, craig.russell@noaa.gov; McDonough, J., NOAA, USA, John.McDonough@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18133 | Poster ID 1783

NEARSHORE DEPTH DERIVATION IN THE U.S. PACIFIC ISLANDS REGION USING WORLDVIEW-2 MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGERY

Ehses, J. S., Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research; NOAA, USA, julia.ehses@noaa.gov; Rooney, J., Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research; NOAA, USA, john.rooney@noaa.gov; Watkins, R., Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research; NOAA, , russell.watkins@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18139 | Poster ID 1784

Assessing the impact of Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) retention in Glass Fiber Filters (G/FF) on Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) measurements

Novak, M. G., NASA, USA, michael.novak@nasa.gov;

078 - Ecology of Infectious Marine Disease in a Changing Climate

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13662 | Poster ID 250

IMPACTS OF CHANGING ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON CARIBBEAN SEA FAN IMMUNITY

Mann, W., University of Texas at Arlington, USA, wtmann@uta.edu; Burge, C., Cornell University, USA, cab433@cornell.edu; Lyles, J., Cornell University, USA, ; Harvell, D., Cornell University, USA, cdh5@cornell.edu; Mydlarz, L., University of Texas at Arlington, USA, mydlarz@uta.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13825 | Poster ID 251

DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATIONS OF RESISTANCE GENE AMONG THE BACTERIA IN COASTAL WATER OF SHANDONG PROVIENCE

Qu, L., First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, qly@fio.org.cn; Li, Y., First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, liyi@fio.org.cn; Zhu, P., First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, China, zpf@fio.org.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14028 | Poster ID 253

TEMPORAL RESPONSES OF THE CORAL HOLOBIONT TO PATHOGENIC BACTERIA UNDER ELEVATED SEAWATER TEMPERATURES

van de Water, J. A., James Cook University, Australia, jeroen.vandewater@my.jcu.edu.au; van Oppen, M. J., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, m.vanoppen@aims.gov.au; Bourne, D. G., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, d.bourne@aims.gov.au; Matz, M. V., University of Texas at Austin, USA, matz@utexas.edu; Willis, B. L., James Cook University, Australia, bette.willis@jcu.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/coral-holobiont-response-to-bacteria-under-elevated-seawater-temperatures.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14124 | Poster ID 254

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AFFECTS THE STRESS RESPONSE IN THE PACIFIC OYSTER, CRASSOSTREA GIGAS

Timmins-Schiffman, E. B., University of Washington, USA, emmats@uw.edu; Nunn, B., University of Washington, USA, brookh@uw.edu; Roberts, S. B., University of Washington, USA, sr320@uw.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14900 | Poster ID 311

EXPLORING THE ROLE OF TEMPERATURE IN AMERICAN LOBSTER SHELL DISEASE USING A NEWLY DERIVED INDIVIDUAL HEALTH TRAJECTORY MODEL

Tlusty, M. F., New England Aquarium, USA, mtlusty@neaq.org; Kim, A., New England Aquarium, USA, akim@neaq.org; Castro, K., University of Rhode Island, USA, kcastro@uri.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15347 | Poster ID 312

UPDATES ON AN ONGOING PACIFIC COAST-WIDE SEA STAR EPIZOOTIC

Harvell, C. D., Cornell UNiversity, USA, cdh5@cornell.edu; Burge, C., Cornell UNiversity, USA, Colleen Burge ; Eisenlord, M., Friday Harbor Lab, USA, ; Haulena, M., Vancouver Aquarium, USA, ; Lahner, L., Seattle Aquarium, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15699 | Poster ID 314

MARINE RESERVES MITIGATE CORAL DISEASE ON COASTAL REEFS OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF MARINE PARK: A MANAGEMENT OPTION IN A CHANGING CLIMATE

Lamb, J. B., Australian Institute of Marine Science & James Cook University; Cornell University, Australia, joleah.lamb@cornell.edu; Williamson, D. H., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, david.williamson@jcu.edu.au; Russ, G. R., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, garry.russ@jcu.edu.au; Willis, B. L., Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Australia, bette.willis@jcu.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17091 | Poster ID 315

THE MISSING LINK: THE ROLE OF NAUPLII IN THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF SEA LICE INFESTATIONS ON SALMON FARMS

Revie, C. W., Atlantic Veterinary College, Canada, crevie@upei.ca; Groner, M. L., Atlantic Veterinary College, Canada, mgroner@upei.ca; Cox, R., Atlantic Veterinary College, Canada, rucox@upei.ca; Gettinby, G., University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, g.gettinby@strath.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-missing-link-the-role-of-nauplii-in-the-epidemiology-of-sea-lice-infestations-on-salmon-farms.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17475 | Poster ID 317

PROMOTING INDO-PACIFIC CORAL HEALTH AND REDUCING DISEASE RISK THROUGH THE ACTION NETWORK FOR CORAL HEALTH AND RESILIENCE (ANCH&R)

Couch, C. S., University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, USA, courtneyscouch@gmail.com; Conklin, E., The Nature Conservancy, USA, econklin@tnc.org; Kosaki, R., NOAA Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, USA, randall.kosaki@noaa.gov; Wilson, J., Sea Solutions, Australia, jwilsonmarine@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17587 | Poster ID 318

CORAL HEALTH AND WATER QUALITY IN PUAKO, HAWAI'I

Kim, C. J., Cornell University, USA, jk845@cornell.edu; Yoshioka, R. M., Cornell University, USA, rmy27@cornell.edu; Harvell, C. D., Cornell University, USA, cdh5@cornell.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17723 | Poster ID 319

UPDATE ON MONTIPORA WHITE SYNDROME OUTBREAKS WITHIN KANEOHE BAY, HAWAII

Cox, E., University of Hawaii-West Oahu, USA, fcox@hawaii.edu; Aeby, G., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, greta@hawaii.edu; Ushijima, B., University of Hawaii-Manoa, USA, blakeu@hawaii.edu; Shore-Maggio, A., University of Hawaii-Manoa, USA, ashore@hawaii.edu; Beurmann, S., University of Hawaii-Manoa, USA, silviab@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/update-on-coral-disease-outbreaks-montipora-white-syndrome-within-kaneohe-bay-oahu-hawaii.pdf

080 - Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements and their Isotopes

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14874 | Poster ID 103

MERCURY SPECIES CONCENTRATIONS AND FLUXES IN THE TROPICAL AND EQUATORIAL CENTRAL PACIFIC OCEAN

Munson, K. M., MIT/WHOI Joint Program, USA, kathleenmunson@gmail.com; Lamborg, C. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, clamborg@whoi.edu; Swarr, G. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, gswarr@whoi.edu; Saito, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, msaito@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14924 | Poster ID 104

EFFECT OF AMMONIUM ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF IRON IN SEAWATER: IMPLICATIONS FOR PHYTOPLANKTON IN A MESOCOSM EXPERIMENT IN COMAU FJORD (CHILE)

Sanchez, N., Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway, nicolas.sanchez@ntnu.no; Ardelan, M. V., Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway, murat.v.ardelan@ntnu.no; Bizsel, N., Institute of Marine Sciences and Technology, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey, nihayet.bizsel@deu.edu.tr; Iriarte, J. L., Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile, jiriarte@uach.cl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14990 | Poster ID 105

ANTHROPOGENIC MERCURY IN THE OCEAN ESTIMATED FROM WATER COLUMN MEASUREMENTS

Lamborg, C. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, clamborg@whoi.edu; Hammerschmidt, C. R., Wright State University, USA, ; Bowman, K. L., Wright State University, USA, ; Swarr, G. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, gswarr@whoi.edu; Munson, K. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, kmunson@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15063 | Poster ID 106

BIOGENIC SILICA (BSI) AND TRACE ELEMENTS (TE), FE, ZN, CU, CD, MN, CO, P, SURFACE EXPORT FLUXES NEAR KERGUELEN ISLAND, SOUTHERN OCEAN (KEOPS2)

Lemaitre, N., European Institute for Marine Studies, Plouzané, France, France, nolwenn.lemaitre@univ-brest.fr; Planquette , H., European Institute for Marine Studies, Plouzané, France, France, helene.planquette@univ-brest.fr; Bowie , A., Antartic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, Australia, ; Trull, T., Commonwealth Scientific ans Industrial Research Organisation, Marine and Atmospheric, GPO Box 1538, , Australia, ; Dehairs, F., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Analytical, Environmental and GeoChemistry & Earth System Sciences, Brus, Belgium, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15073 | Poster ID 107

UNDERSTANDING THE MARINE BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE OF PB IN THE EQUATORIAL ATLANTIC

Bridgestock, L., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, ljb07@imperial.ac.uk; Paul, M., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, m.paul@imperial.ac.uk; van de Flierdt, T., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, tina.vandeflierdt@imperial.ac.uk; Rehkamper, M., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, markrehk@imperial.ac.uk; Achterberg, E., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, eric@noc.soton.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15150 | Poster ID 108

COMPARATIVE BEHAVIOR & DISTRIBUTION OF COPPER IN THE ARABIAN SEA OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE & IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL SOUTH PACIFIC OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE OFF OF PERU

Vedamati, J., University of Southern California, USA, vedamati@usc.edu; Moffett, J., University of Southern California, USA, jmoffett@usc.edu; Naqvi, S., National Institute of Oceanography, India, naqvi@nio.org; Gauns, M., National Institute of Oceanography, India, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15256 | Poster ID 109

MEDBLACK GEOTRACES EXPEDITION: DISTRIBUTION OF DISSOLVED ALUMINIUM

Rolison, J. M., University of Otago, New Zealand, roljo728@student.otago.ac.nz; Middag, R., University of Otago, New Zealand, rob.middag@otago.ac.nz; Stirling, C. H., University of Otago, New Zealand, cstirling@chemistry.otago.ac.nz; Rijkenberg, M. J., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, micha.rijkenberg@nioz.nl; de Baar, H. J., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, hein.de.Baar@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15364 | Poster ID 110

THE EFFECTS OF OZONE AND DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER ON MANGANESE SPECIATION IN SURFACE SEAWATER

Smyth, A. M., Texas A&M University, USA, smytha@tamu.edu; Liss, P. S., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, P.Liss@uae.ac.uk; Chapman, P., Texas A&M University, USA, piers.chapman@tamu.edu; Yvon-Lewis, S. A., Texas A&M University, USA, syvon-lewis@ocean.tamu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15401 | Poster ID 111

IRON(II) VARIABILITY IN THE NORTHEAST SUBARCTIC PACIFIC OCEAN

Schallenberg, C., University of Victoria, Canada, cschalle@uvic.ca; Davidson, A. B., University of Victoria, Canada, ashleyda@uvic.ca; Cullen, J. T., University of Victoria, Canada, jcullen@uvic.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/ironii-variability-in-the-northeast-subarctic-pacific-ocean.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15402 | Poster ID 112

ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION OF THE PARTICLE FLUX IN THE DEEP SARGASSO SEA: SEASONALITY AND CHANGES WITH DEPTH

Luisa Leal, M., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, maluleal40@yahoo.com.mx; Conte, M. H., Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Bermuda, mconte@mbl.edu; Koweek, D., Marine Biological Lab/ Ecosystems Center, USA, david.koweek@gmail.com; Weber, J. C., Marine Biological Lab/ Ecosystems Center, USA, jweber@mbl.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15508 | Poster ID 113

THE PARADOX OF IRON DEMAND DUE TO DIATOM PRODUCTIVITY IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Valett, J. G., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, jgvalett@gatech.edu; Ito, T., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, taka.ito.work@gmail.com; Ingall, E. D., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, ellery.ingall@eas.gatech.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15812 | Poster ID 114

THE DISTRIBUTION OF NEODYMIUM ISOTOPES AND REE CONCENTRATIONS IN CARIBBEAN SEAWATER

Osborne, A. H., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, aosborne@geomar.de; Haley, B., CEOAS, Oregon State University, USA, bhaley@coas.oregonstate.edu; Hathorne, E., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ehathorne@geomar.de; Frank, M., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, mfrank@geomar.de; Flögel, S., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, sfloegel@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15841 | Poster ID 115

PARTICULATE TRACE ELEMENTS (ZN, CU, CD, CO, NI AND P) IN ONE OF THE MOST PRODUCTIVE ANTARCTIC POLYNYAS: THE AMUNDSEN SEA.

Planquette, H., IUEM European Institute for Marine Studies, France, helene.planquette@univ-brest.fr; Sherrell, R. M., Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, , sherrell@marine.rutgers.edu; Lagerström, M., Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, USA, lagerstrom@marine.rutgers.edu; Forsch, K., Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, USA, kieferforsch@gmail.com; Stammerjohn, S., 3. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Studies, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, sharon.stammerjohn@colorado.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15861 | Poster ID 116

DISSOLVED TRACE METAL DISTRIBUTION AND SPECIATION IN BOHAI SEA, CHINA

Li, L., First Institute of Oceanography, SOA, China, Li.Li@fio.org.cn; Xiaojing, W., First Institue of Oceanography, SOA, China, ; Liu, J., First Institue of Oceanography, SOA, China, ; Shi, X., First Institue of Oceanography, SOA, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15931 | Poster ID 117

HYDROTHERMAL ISLAND ARC CALDERAS ARE SOURCES OF IRON(III) COLLOIDS TO THE OCEAN

Hawkes, J. A., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, jeff.a.hawkes@gmail.com; Connelly, D. P., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, dpc@noc.soton.ac.uk; Achterberg, E. A., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, eric@noc.soton.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16115 | Poster ID 118

RARE EARTH ELEMENT SCAVENGING IN SEAWATER: A NEW LOOK AT AN OLD MODEL

Schijf, J., UMCES/Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, USA, schijf@cbl.umces.edu; Christenson, E. A., UMCES/Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, USA, christen@cbl.umces.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16251 | Poster ID 119

THE LINE-P IRON PROGRAM: EXPLORING THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF TRACE ELEMENTS AND ISOTOPES IN THE NORTH-EAST PACIFIC

Ross, A. R., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, Andrew.Ross@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16359 | Poster ID 120

CONTRASTING BEHAVIOR OF CD, FE AND MN IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL ATLANTIC COMPARED TO THE EASTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC

Wuttig, K., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, kwuttig@geomar.de; Wagener, T., Université d'Aix-Marseille, CNRS/ INSU, IRD, Institut Méditerranéen d’Océanologie (MIO), UM 110, France, thibaut.wagener@univmed.fr; Streu, P., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, pstreu@geomar.de; Croot, P. L., Earth and Ocean Sciences, School of Natural Sciences, National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG), Ireland, peter.croot@nuigalway.ie>, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16362 | Poster ID 127

THE NEODYMIUM ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF NORTH ATLANTIC DEEP WATER REVISITED

Lambelet, M., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, mll109@imperial.ac.uk; van de Flierdt, T., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, tina.vandeflierdt@imperial.ac.uk; Crocket, K., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, Kirsty.Crocket@sams.ac.uk; Rehkämper, M., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, markrehk@imperial.ac.uk; de Baar, H., NIOZ, Netherlands, hein.de.baar@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16633 | Poster ID 128

THE METAL-TO-PHOSPHORUS RATIO OF NATURAL PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES IN THE AMUNDSEN SEA POLYNYA AND WESTERN ANTARCTIC PENINSULA, WEST ANTARCTICA

Harazin, K. M., Rutgers University, USA, harazin@marine.rutgers.edu; Lagerström, M., Rutgers University, USA, lagerstrom@marine.rutgers.edu; Forsch, K. O., Rutgers University, USA, forsch@marine.rutgers.edu; Severmann, S., Rutgers University, USA, silke@marine.rutgers.edu; Sherrell, R. M., Rutgers University, USA, harazin@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16755 | Poster ID 129

TEMPERATURE AND NUTRIENT CALIBRATION OFF THE NW IBERIAN MARGIN

Salgueiro, E., IPMA, CIMAR, Portugal, emilia.salgueiro@ipma.pt; Castro, C. G., Instituto de Investigacións Mariñas, Spain, cgcastro@iim.csic.es; Zuñiga, D., IPMA, Portugal, imissons@gmail.com; Martin, P. A., Indiana University, USA, ; Rodrigues, T., IPMA, CIMAR, Portugal, teresa.rodrigues@ipma.pt;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16887 | Poster ID 130

GEOTRACES EASTERN PACIFIC ZONAL TRANSECT: SHIPBOARD IRON, MANGANESE, AND ALUMINUM

Resing, J. A., University of Washington, USA, ; Sedwick, P., Old Dominion University, USA, ; Sohst, B., Old Dominion University, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17232 | Poster ID 131

ATMOSPHERIC SOURCES OF TRACE METALS AND PB ISOTOPIC COMPOSITIONS IN THE WESTERN PHILIPPINE SEA

Chien, C., UCSC, USA, cchien3@ucsc.edu; Ho, T., Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Taiwan ROC, tyho@gate.sinica.edu.tw; Paytan, A., UCSC, USA, apaytan@ucsc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17299 | Poster ID 132

CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF ORGANIC MATTER AND NUTRIENTS IN VERTICAL PROFILES FROM THE NEAR-SHORE NE PACIFIC OCEAN USING AN ONBOARD ZAPS LIQUID MONITORING STATION

Russo, C. J., ZAPS Technologies Inc, USA, crusso@zapstechnologies.com; Klinkhammer, G. P., Oregon State University, USA, gklinkhammer@coas.oregonstate.edu; Hales, B., Oregon State University, USA, bhales@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.zapstechnologies.com

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17389 | Poster ID 133

SIMULATING THE TRANSPORT AND SCAVENGING BEHAVIOUR OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS IN THE GLOBAL OCEAN

Plancherel, Y., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, yvesp@earth.ox.ac.uk; Zheng, X., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ; Khatiwala, S., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ; Henderson, G. M., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17687 | Poster ID 134

BCO-DMO MANAGEMENT OF U.S. GEOTRACES TRACE ELEMENT AND ISOTOPE DATA

Rauch, S. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, srauch@whoi.edu; Allison, M. D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mallison@whoi.edu; Chandler, C. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cchandler@whoi.edu; Gegg, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sgegg@whoi.edu; Groman, R. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rgroman@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/bco-dmo-management-of-us-geotraces-trace-element-and-isotope-data.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17850 | Poster ID 135

THE UTILITY OF OXYGEN ISOTOPE DISEQUILIBRIUM IN UNRAVELING MICROBIAL P CYCLING – A MODELING STUDY

Colman, A. S., University of Chicago, USA, asc25@uchicago.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17989 | Poster ID 136

LIGHTER MOLYBDENUM IN WATER COLUMN OF THE BAY OF BENGAL

Singh, S. K., Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India, sunil@prl.res.in; Goswami, V., Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India, vineetg@prl.res.in; Bhushan, R., Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India, bhushan@prl.res.in; Rai, V. K., Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India, rai@prl.res.in;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18054 | Poster ID 137

THE CONTRIBUTION OF GLACIAL FLOUR-DERIVED DUST FLUXES TO THE IRON BUDGET OF THE NORTHERN GULF OF ALASKA

Crusius, J., USGS at UW Oceanography, USA, jcrusius@usgs.gov; Schroth, A. W., U. Vermont Dept of Geology, USA, aschroth@uvm.edu; Campbell, R. W., Prince William Sound Sci Ctr, USA, rcampbell@pwssc.org; Gasso, S., GESTAR/Morgan State U. , USA, santiago.gasso-1@nasa.gov; Resing, J., JISAO- University of Washington, USA, joseph.resing@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.ocean.washington.edu/home/John+Crusius

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13167 | Poster ID 41

CONSTRAINING THE SOURCES OF THE NEODYMIUM ISOTOPIC COMPOSITIONS OF NORTH PACIFIC SEAWATER

Wu, Y., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, yingzhe@ldeo.columbia.edu; Goldstein, S. L., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, steveg@ldeo.columbia.edu; Pena, L. D., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, leopoldo@ldeo.columbia.edu; Anderson, R. F., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, USA, boba@ldeo.columbia.edu; Gersonde, R., Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, Rainer.Gersonde@awi.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13177 | Poster ID 42

PHYSICOCHEMICAL SPECIATION OF DISSOLVED TRACE METALS IN BENTHIC NEPHOLOID LAYER OF WESTERN PHILIPPINE SEA

Wen, L. S., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, lswen@ntu.edu.tw; Huang, Y. H., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, r99241401@ntu.edu.tw; Lee, C. S., School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University, USA, cheng-shiuan.lee@stonybrook.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13467 | Poster ID 43

A POSSIBLE FEEDBACK MECHANISM BETWEEN SURFACE IRON AND BOTTOM WATER OXYGEN CONCENTRATIONS

Nickelsen, L., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, lnickelsen@geomar.de; Oschlies, A., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, aoschlies@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13479 | Poster ID 44

ISOTOPIC RECORD OF LEAD IN SINGAPORE STRAIT DURING THE LAST 50 YEARS

Chen, M., Singapore-MIT Alliance on Research and Technology, Singapore, chen0327@e.ntu.edu.sg; Lee, J. M., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, jm_lee@mit.edu; Boyle, E. A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, eaboyle@MIT.EDU; Switzer, A. D., Earth Observatory of Singapore, Singapore, aswitzer@ntu.edu.sg; Nurhati, I., Singapore-MIT Alliance on Research and Technology, Singapore, intan@smart.mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13518 | Poster ID 45

NEODYMIUM ISOTOPE DISTRIBUTION IN THE WEST PACIFIC BETWEEN SOUTH KOREA AND FIJI

Behrens, M. K., University of Oldenburg, Germany, mbehrens@mpi-bremen.de; Pahnke, K., Max Planck Research Group for Marine Isotope Geochemistry, Germany, kpahnke@mpi-bremen.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13700 | Poster ID 46

EFFECTS OF MOLECULAR COMPOSITION OF NATURAL ORGANIC MATTERS ON IRON COMPLEXATION

Fujii, M., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, fujii.m.ah@m.titech.ac.jp; Imaoka, A., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, imaoka.a.aa@m.titech.ac.jp; Yoshimura, C., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, yoshimura.c.aa@m.titech.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13733 | Poster ID 47

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF IODINE UPTAKE BY PHYTOPLANKTON

Satoh, Y., Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, sato.yuhi@jaea.go.jp; Otosaka, S., Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, ; Suzuki, T., Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13737 | Poster ID 48

THE IMPACT OF SEA ICE MELTING ON THE MACRO- AND MICRO-NUTRIENT CONDITIONS AND ON THE COMMUNITY COMPOSITION OF PHYTOPLANKTON

Naoya Kanna, N., Hokkaido University, Japan, kanna@pop.lowtem.hokudai.a.jp; Takenobu Toyota, T., Hokkaido University, Japan, ; Jun Nishioka, J., Hokkaido University, Japan, nishioka@lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13770 | Poster ID 49

DESCRIPTION OF COPPER SPECIATION IN THE HYDROTHERMAL AND COLD SEEP SYSTEMS OF THE GUAYMAS BASIN BY USING THE VIBRATING GOLD MICROWIRE ELECTRODE

Waeles, M., University of Brest, France, waeles@univ-brest.fr; Sarradin, P. M., Ifremer, France, ; Salaün, P., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, ; Pernet-Coudrier, B., University of Brest, France, ; Riso, R. D., University of Brest, France, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13876 | Poster ID 50

REGENERATION OF FE(II) BY PROTIST GRAZING IN THE OCEAN

Chapman, A. U., Williams College, USA, alice.chapman7493@gmail.com; Nuester, J., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, jnuester@bigelow.org; Twining, B. S., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, btwining@bigelow.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/regeneration-of-feii-by-protist-grazing-in-the-ocean.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13898 | Poster ID 51

SHELF SUPPLY AND VERTICAL MIXING DETERMINE THE TRACE METAL CONTENT OF SURFACE WATERS IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN ALONG 40°S

Schlosser, C., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, C.Schlosser@noc.soton.ac.uk; Klar, J., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, J.Klar@noc.soton.ac.uk; Lohan, M., University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, maeve.lohan@plymouth.ac.uk; Moore, C. M., National Oceanography Centre Southampton, United Kingdom, c.moore@noc.soton.ac.uk; Achterberg, E. P., GEOMAR, Germany, eachterberg@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13905 | Poster ID 52

U.S. GEOTRACES: DISTRIBUTION OF MERCURY SPECIES ACROSS A ZONAL SECTION OF THE EASTERN TROPICAL SOUTH PACIFIC

Bowman, K. L., Wright State University, USA, bowman.49@wright.edu; Swarr, G. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, gswarr@whoi.edu; Hammerschmidt, C. R., Wright State University, USA, chad.hammerschmidt@wright.edu; Lamborg, C. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, clamborg@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13978 | Poster ID 53

MARINE BUDGET FOR GERMANIUM STABLE ISOTOPES

Baronas, J. J., University of Southern California, USA, baronas@usc.edu; Hammond, D. E., University of Southern California, USA, dhammond@usc.edu; McManus, J., Oregon State University, USA, mcmanus@coas.oregonstate.edu; Siebert, C., GEOMAR, Germany, csiebert@geomar.de; Wheat, G., University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, wheat@mbari.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/marine-budget-for-germanium-stable-isotopes.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14025 | Poster ID 54

DISSOLVED IRON(II) ALONG THE U.S. GEOTRACES NORTH ATLANTIC SECTION

Sedwick, P. N., Old Dominion University, USA, psedwick@odu.edu; Sohst, B. M., Old Dominion University, USA, bsohst@odu.edu; Bowie, A. R., University of Tasmania, Australia, andrew.bowie@utas.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14525 | Poster ID 55

ROLE OF DIATOMS IN SCAVENGING OF PARTICLE REACTIVE RADIONUCLIDES, TH, PA, PB, PO AND BE, IN THE OCEAN: A CASE STUDY FOR PHAEODACTYLUM TRICORNUTUM

Chuang, C., Texas A&M University, USA, anderin@tamu.edu; Santschi, P. H., Texas A&M University, USA, santschi@tamug.edu; Xu, C., Texas A&M University, USA, xuchen66@tamu.edu; Jiang, Y., Texas A&M University, USA, jyuelu@gmail.com; Quigg, A., Texas A&M University, USA, quigga@tamug.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14598 | Poster ID 56

US GEOTRACES NORTH ATLANTIC ZONAL TRANSECT OF DISSOLVED ND ISOTOPES AND CONCENTRATIONS

Pahnke, K., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology/University of Oldenburg, Germany, kpahnke@mpi-bremen.de; Stichel, T., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, t.stichel@imperial.ac.uk; Hartman, A., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, ahartman@ldeo.columbia.edu; Duggan, B., University of South Carolina, USA, dugganbd@email.sc.edu; Scher, H., University of South Carolina, USA, hscher@geol.sc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14787 | Poster ID 57

FIRST ASSESSMENT OF THE DISSOLVED COBALT PARTITIONING BETWEEN THE SOLUBLE AND COLLOÏDAL FRACTIONS IN THE UPPER WEST-NORTHERN ATLANTIC

Boye, M., Laboratoire des Sciences de l’Environnement Marin UMR6539, Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, France, marie.boye@univ-brest.fr; Dulaquais, G., Laboratoire des Sciences de l’Environnement Marin UMR6539, Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, France, gabriel.dulaquais@univ-brest.fr; Carton, X., Laboratoire de Physique des Océans, Université de Bretagne Occidentale , France, Xavier.Carton@univ-brest.fr; Rijkenberg, M., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, Micha.Rijkenberg@nioz.nl; De Baar, H., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, debaar@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14861 | Poster ID 58

DISSOLVED TRACE METALS IN THE INDIAN OCEAN: RESULTS FROM THE CLIVAR/REPEAT HYDROGRAPHY I8S/I9N AND I5 CRUISES

Morton, P. L., Florida State University, USA, pmorton@fsu.edu; Landing, W. M., Florida State University, USA, wlanding@fsu.edu;

086 - Tsunami Research: Recent Advances in Instrumentation and Modeling

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13071 | Poster ID 1805

RECONCILING THE TIME GAP BETWEEN NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS AND OBSERVATIONS

ALLGEYER, S., Australian National University, Australia, sebastien.allgeyer@anu.edu.au; CUMMINS, P. R., Australian National University, Australia, phil.cummins@anu.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13306 | Poster ID 1806

TSUNAMI SOURCE OF THE 2011 TOHOKU EARTHQUAKE ESTIMATED FROM TSUNAMI DATA OF POP-UP BOTTOM PRESSURE GAUGES INSIDE THE SOURCE

Tsushima, H., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan, tsushima@mri-jma.go.jp; Hino, R., Tohoku University, Japan, hino@aob.gp.tohoku.ac.jp; Osada, Y., Tohoku University, Japan, osada@aob.gp.tohoku.ac.jp; Inazu, D., National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Japan, inazud@bosai.go.jp; Ito, Y., Kyoto University, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14624 | Poster ID 1807

STUDY ON EVACUATION FROM TSUNAMI INUNDATION BY USING TSUNAMI EVACUATION BUILDING

Kawanaka, R., Kansai university, Japan, kawanaka.ryuji@gmail.com; Takahashi, T., Kansai university, Japan, tomot@kansai-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15492 | Poster ID 1808

DETECTION OF THE 2011 TOHOKU TSUNAMI SOUTH OF OAHU, HAWAII, BY HIGH FREQUENCY DOPPLER RADAR (HFDR)

Benjamin, L., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, lrb@hawaii.edu; Flament, P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, pflament@hawaii.edu; Cheung, K. F., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, cheung@hawaii.edu; Luther, D., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, dluther@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15596 | Poster ID 1810

SIMULATION OF TSUNAMI WAVEFORMS PROPAGATING OVER THE SELF-GRAVITATING ELASTIC EARTH WITH REAL BATHYMETRY

Shingo, W., Earthquake Research Institute, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, watada@eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Satoshi, K., Earthquake Research Institute, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, satoshi@eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Kenji, S., Earthquake Research Institute, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, satake@eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15712 | Poster ID 1811

INFLUENCE OF INTEGRATION TIME ON THE ACCURACY OF ESTIMATION OF TSUNAMI INITIAL SEA SURFACE ELEVATION BASED ON INVERSION USING OCEANOGRAPHIC RADAR

Fuji, R., National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Japan, fuji-r92y2@ysk.nilim.go.jp; Hinata, H., National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Japan, hinata-h92y2@ysk.nilim.go.jp; Fujii, S., University of the Ryukyus, Japan, fujii@eee.u-ryukyu.ac.jp; Takahashi, T., Kansai University, Japan, tomot@kansai-u.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/influence-of-integration-time-on-the-accuracy-of-estimation-of-tsunami-initial-sea-surface.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15978 | Poster ID 1812

NUMERICAL EXPERIMENT ON FAR FIELD AND NEAR FIELD TSUNAMIS CONCERNING OCEANOGRAPHIC RADAR OBSERVATION

Okamoto, M., Kansai university, Japan, k953188@kansai-u.ac.jp; Seto, S., Kansai university, Japan, k749814@kansai-u.ac.jp; Takahashi, T., Kansai university, Japan, tomot@kansai-u.ac.jp; Hinata, H., National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Japan, hinata-h92y2@ysk.nilim.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16194 | Poster ID 1813

DETECTION OF A METEOTSUNAMI WITH HF RADAR

Roarty, H. J., Rutgers University, USA, hroarty@marine.rutgers.edu; Glenn, S. M., Rutgers University, USA, glenn@marine.rutgers.edu; Barrick, D. E., CODAR Ocean Sensors, USA, don@codar.com; Seroka, G., Rutgers University, USA, greg.seroka@gmail.com; Lipa, B., CODAR Ocean Sensors, , belinda@lipa.name;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16386 | Poster ID 1814

DETECTION OF SEISMIC ANISOTROPY USING OCEAN BOTTOM SEISMOMETERS AND ITS IMPLICATION ON TSUNAMI GENERATION IN ACCRETIONARY PRISM OFF SOUTHWEST TAIWAN

Cheng, W., Jinwen University of Science and Technology, , wbin@just.edu.tw; Lin, J. Y., National Central University, , jylin.gep@gmail.com; Hsu, S. K., National Central University, , hsu@ncu.edu.tw; Dong, J. J., National Central University, , jjdong@geo.ncu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16532 | Poster ID 1878

DESKTOP SIFT: AN OPERATIONAL TSUNAMI GUIDANCE TOOL

Denbo, D. W., JISAO/Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA 98115, USA, dwdenbo@uw.edu; Pells, C. K., JISAO/Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA 98115, USA, cpells@uw.edu;

ePoster Link: http://nctr.pmel.noaa.gov/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17133 | Poster ID 1879

NEAR FIELD AND FAR-FIELD MODELING OF THE 28 OCTOBER 2012 HAIDA GWAII TSUNAMI

Fine, I. V., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, ifine54@gmail.com; Cherniawsky, J. Y., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, Josef.Cherniawsky@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Thomson, R. E., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, Richard.Thomson@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17249 | Poster ID 1881

INTERPRETATION OF HF RADAR NEAR-FIELD TSUNAMI OBSERVATIONS

Barrick, D. E., CODAR Ocean Sensors Ltd., USA, don@codar.com; Lipa, B. J., CODAR Ocean Sensors Ltd., USA, belinda@codar.com; Rector, W. C., CODAR Ocean Sensors Ltd., USA, bill@codar.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.codar.com

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17280 | Poster ID 1882

NEAR-FIELD TSUNAMI EARLY WARNING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Papadopoulos, G., National Observatory of Athens, Greece, papadop@noa.gr;

ePoster Link: http://gein.noa.gr

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17417 | Poster ID 1883

SIMULATION OF BREAKING WAVES USING SPH

Marivela Colmenarejo, R., Virginia Tech, USA, robertom@vt.edu; Gravois, U. M., University of Florida, USA, uriah@coastal.ufl.edu; Kaihatu, J. M., Texas A&M University, USA, jkaihatu@civil.tamu.edu; Weiss, R., Virginia Tech, USA, weiszr@vt.edu; Sheremet, A., University of Florida, , alex@coastal.ufl.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17566 | Poster ID 1884

DART DETECTION OF A TSUNAMI-LIKE EVENT AND RESPONSE BY THE NOAA SHIP OKEANOS EXPLORER

Hammond, S., Ocean Exploration Consulting, LLC, USA, deepvolcano@gmail.com; McDonough, J., NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, john.mcdonough@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18089 | Poster ID 1885

HAWAII HISTORICAL TSUNAMI EFFECTS

Dunbar, P. K., NOAA/National Geophysical Data Center, USA, paula.dunbar@noaa.gov; Kong, L. S., UNESCO/IOC – NOAA International Tsunami Information Center, USA, laura.kong@noaa.gov; Arcos, N., UNESCO/IOC – NOAA International Tsunami Information Center, USA, nicolas.arcos@noaa.gov; McCullough, H., NOAA/National Geophysical Data Center, USA, heather.mccullough@noaa.gov; Furtney, M., NOAA/National Geophysical Data Center, USA, maria.furtney@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/hazard/tsu.shtml

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18113 | Poster ID 1886

RAPIDLY DETERMINING REGIONAL TSUNAMI RISK IN THE SAMOAN ISLANDS USING MAPS OF CALCULATED THRESHOLD MAGNITUDE VALUES

Becker, N. C., NOAA/NWS/Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, USA, Nathan.Becker@noaa.gov; McCreery, C. S., NOAA/NWS/Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, USA, Charles.Mccreery@noaa.gov; Wang, D., NOAA/NWS/Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, USA, Dailin.Wang@noaa.gov;

090 - Data Assimilation and Uncertainty Quantification in Ocean Modeling

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13189 | Poster ID 1971

SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS IN THE ADJOINT-FREE 4DVAR FRAMEWORK

Yaremchuk, M., NRL, USA, max.yaremchuk@nrlssc.navy.mil; Martin, P., NRL, USA, paul.martin@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13280 | Poster ID 1972

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ERROR COVARIANCE FUNCTION FOR ASSIMILATION OF WAVE SPECTRA – THE EXAMPLE OF SWAN

Flampouris, S., University of S. Mississippi, USA, stylianos.flampouris@usm.edu; Veeramony, J., NRL, USA, jay.veeramony@nrlssc.navy.mil; Orzech, M., NRL, USA, mark.orzech@nrlssc.navy.mil; Ngodock, H., NRL, USA, hans.ngodock@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13318 | Poster ID 1973

APPLICATIONS OF DATA-ASSIMILATION (DA) ALGORITHMS TO COMPLEX COASTAL REGIONS: A GREAT BARRIER REEF CASE STUDY.

Jones, E. M., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, emlyn.jones@csiro.au; Oke, P. R., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, peter.oke@csiro.au; Herzfeld, M., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, mike.herzfeld@csiro.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13599 | Poster ID 1974

DEVELOPMENT, VALIDATION, AND REGIONAL APPLICATIONS OF A NEW OCEAN OSSE SYSTEM

Halliwell, G. R., NOAA/AOML, USA, george.halliwell@noaa.gov; Kourafalou, V. H., UM/RSMAS/MPO, USA, vkourafalou@rsmas.miami.edu; Le Hénaff, M., UM/CIMAS, USA, mlehenaff@rsmas.miami.edu; Atlas, R., NOAA/AOML, USA, robert.atlas@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14010 | Poster ID 1975

MAPPING GLOBAL SURFACE OCEAN FUGACITY OF CARBON DIOXIDE USING FEED-FORWARD NEURAL NETWORK: 1990-2011

Zeng, J., National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, zeng@nies.go.jp; Nojiri, Y., National Institute For Environmental Studies, Japan, nojiri@nies.go.jp; Nakaoka, S., National Institute For Environmental Studies, Japan, nakaoka.shinichiro@nies.go.jp; Nakajima, H., National Institute For Environmental Studies, Japan, nakajima@nies.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14394 | Poster ID 1976

INFLUENCE OF THE LOOP CURRENT SYSTEM ON THE TRANSPORT AND FATE OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER WATERS UNDER FLOODING CONDITIONS: A NESTED MODELING APPROACH

Kourafalou, V. H., Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, USA, vkourafalou@rsmas.miami.edu; Androulidakis, Y. S., Univ. of Thessaloniki, Greece, iandroul@civil.auth.gr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14851 | Poster ID 1977

IMPACT OF OCEAN VELOCITY OBSERVATIONS INFERRED FROM LAGRANGIAN DRIFTER DATA USING THE NCOM-4DVAR

Carrier, M. J., Naval Research Lab, USA, matthew.carrier@nrlssc.navy.mil; Ngodock, H. E., Naval Research Lab, USA, hans.ngodock@nrlssc.navy.mil; Smith, S. R., Naval Research Lab, USA, scott.smith@nrlssc.navy.mil; Muscarella, P., American Society for Engineering Education, USA, philip.muscarella.ctr@nrlssc.navy.mil; Jacobs, G., Naval Research Lab, USA, gregg.jacobs@nrlssc.navy.mil;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15045 | Poster ID 1978

TOWARDS DATA ASSIMILATION IN A COUPLED PHYSICAL-BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODEL OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC: ESTIMATION OF MODEL UNCERTAINTIES USING STOCHASTIC PARAMETRIZATIONS

Garnier, F., LGGE, France, florent.garnier@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; Brasseur, P., LGGE, France, pierre.brasseur@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; Brankart, J. M., LGGE, France, Jean-Michel.Brankart@legi.grenoble-inp.fr; Verron, J., LGGE, France, verron@hmg.inpg.fr; Cosme, E., LGGE, France, Emmanuel.Cosme@legi.grenoble-inp.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15322 | Poster ID 1979

HOW DO STRONG INTERNAL TIDES AFFECT MESOSCALE PREDICTABILITY IN THE PHILIPPINE SEA?

Kerry, C. G., Univ. of Hawaii, USA, ckerry@hawaii.edu; Powell, B. S., Univ. of Hawaii, USA, powellb@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16103 | Poster ID 1980

MITIGATING OBSERVATIONAL ERROR UNDERSAMPLING IN THE STOCHASTIC ENKF

Hoteit, I., KAUST, Saudi Arabia, ibrahim.hoteit@kaust.edu.sa; Pham, D., CNRS, France, apham@sfr.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16294 | Poster ID 1981

UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS OF A GLOBAL WIND WAVE MODEL

Timmermans, B. W., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, ben.timmermans@soton.ac.uk; Challenor, P., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, P.G.Challenor@exeter.ac.uk; Gommenginger, C., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, cg1@noc.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16367 | Poster ID 1982

SENSITIVITY OF OCEAN MODELS TO ATMOSPHERIC FORCING, RELATED UNCERTAINTIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR OPTIMIZATION PROCEDURES

Chaudhuri, A. H., Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc, USA, achaudhu@aer.com; Ponte, R. M., Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) Inc, USA, rponte@aer.com; Forget, G., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA, gforget@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16433 | Poster ID 1983

QUANTIFYING AND REDUCING UNCERTAINTIES IN GULF OF MEXICO CIRCULATION FORECASTS USING POLYNOMIAL CHAOS EXPANSIONS

Iskandarani, M., University of Miami, USA, miskandarani@rsmas.miami.edu; Srinivasan, A., Tendral LLC, USA, ashawanth@rsmas.miami.edu; Thacker, W. C., CIMAS, USA, Carlisle.Thacker@noaa.gov; LeHenaff, M., University of Miami, USA, mlehenaff@rsmas.miami.edu; Knio, O. M., Duke University, USA, omar.knio@duke.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16710 | Poster ID 1984

A CONTINENTAL SHELF ECOSYSTEM MODEL COMPARISON USING DATA ASSIMILATION

Xiao, Y., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, yxiao@vims.edu; Friedrichs, M., Virginia Institute of Marine Science, USA, marjy@vims.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17072 | Poster ID 1985

ASSIMILATION OF HIGH-FREQUENCY RADAR DATA IN THE EAST CHUKCHI SEA

Stroh, J. N., University of Alaska Fairbanks/International Arctic Research Center, USA, jnstroh@alaska.edu; Panteleev, G., International Arctic Research Center, USA, gleb@iarc.uaf.edu; Yaremchuk, M., Naval Research Lab - Stennis Space Center, USA, max.yaremchuk@nrlscc.navy.mil; Weingartner, T. J., University of Alaska Fairbanks/Institute of Marine Science, USA, tjweingartner@alaska.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17104 | Poster ID 2007

DATA ASSIMILATION WITHIN THE ADCIRC MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR THE ESTIMATION OF MANNING’S FICTION COEFFICIENT

Mayo, T. L., Princeton University, USA, talea.mayo@gmail.com; Butler, T., University of Colorado Denver, USA, troy.butler@ucdenver.edu; Dawson, C., University of Texas, USA, clint@ices.utexas.edu; Hoteit, I., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, ibrahim.hoteit@kaust.edu.sa;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18077 | Poster ID 2008

HYCOM AND RNCOM FIDELITY WITH LIMITED IN SITU DATA ASSIMILATIONS

Rayburn, J. T., Naval Oceanographic Office, USA, jeffery.rayburn@navy.mil;

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13386 | Poster ID 2088

NEAR REAL-TIME TIGER SHARK MONITORING AROUND MAUI

Maurer, J., Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS), USA, jmaurer@hawaii.edu; Meyer, C. G., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, carlm@hawaii.edu; Burns, E., Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS), USA, burnse@hawaii.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/near-real-time-tiger-shark-monitoring-around-maui.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13632 | Poster ID 2089

USING ENVIRONMENTAL DNA TO CENSUS MARINE FISHES IN A LARGE MESOCOSM

Port, J. A., Stanford University, USA, jport@stanford.edu; Kelly, R. P., University of Washington, USA, rpkelly@uw.edu; Yamahara, K. M., Stanford University, USA, kevany@stanford.edu; Crowder, L. B., Stanford University, USA, larry.crowder@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13812 | Poster ID 2090

ON THE FRONT LINE: OCEAN FRONT METRICS FOR UNDERSTANDING MARINE PREDATOR HABITAT USE

Scales, K. L., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, kysc@pml.ac.uk; Miller, P. I., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, pim@pml.ac.uk; Ingram, S. N., University of Plymouth, United Kingdom, simon.ingram@plymouth.ac.uk; Votier, S. C., University of Exeter, United Kingdom, s.c.votier@exeter.ac.uk; Sims, D. W., Marine Biological Association , United Kingdom, dws@mba.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/on-the-front-line-ocean-front-metrics-for-understanding-marine-predator-habitat-use

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16708 | Poster ID 2091

PHYSIOLOGY OR SENSOR BIAS? CALCULATING RATES FROM ARCHIVAL TAGGING TEMPERATURE TIMESERIES

Snyder, S., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, smsnyder@ucsd.edu; Franks, P. J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, pfranks@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16832 | Poster ID 2092

PREDICTING THE POTENTIAL SPAWNING HABITAT OF ATLANTIC BLUEFIN TUNA USING REMOTE SENSING DATA

Bonhommeau, S., IFREMER, France, sylvain.bonhommeau@ifremer.fr; Nieblas, A. E., IFREMER, France, aeniebla@ifremer.fr; Fromentin, J. M., IFREMER, France, jean.marc.fromentin@ifremer.fr; Dubroca, L., Joint Research Center - European Commission, Italy, Laurent.Dubroca@jrc.ec.europa.eu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16884 | Poster ID 2093

IDENTIFYING SUITABLE MEDITERRANEAN SPAWNING HABITAT OF ATLANTIC BLUEFIN TUNA FROM LARVAL GROWTH USING A COUPLED LAGRANGIAN DISPERSAL-BIOENERGETICS MODEL

Nieblas, A. E., IFREMER, France, anne.elise.nieblas@gmail.com; Jusup, M., Yokohama National University, Japan, mjusup@gmail.com; Lett, C., IRD, France, christophe.lett@ird.fr; Estournel, C., CNRS, France, claude.estournel@gmail.com; Bonhommeau, S., IFREMER, France, sylvain.bonhommeau@ifremer.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/identifying-suitable-spawning-habitat-from-larval-growth-atlantic-bluefin-tuna.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16907 | Poster ID 2094

DEEP-DIVING CETACEANS AND THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL

Merkens, K. P., UCSD/SIO/OAI/NOAA, USA, kmerkens@ucsd.edu; McDonald, M. A., Whale Acoustics, USA, ; Baumann-Pickering, S., UCSD/SIO, USA, ; Frasier, K. E., UCSD/SIO, USA, ; Hildebrand, J. A., UCSD/SIO, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17595 | Poster ID 2132

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL JURISDICTION OVER THE MANAGEMENT OF WIDE-RANGING MARINE PREDATORS

Harrison, A., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, autumnlynn.harrison@gmail.com; Costa, D. P., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, costa@ucsc.edu; Shaffer, S. A., San Jose State University, USA, scott.shaffer@sjsu.edu; Bograd, S. J., NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center, USA, steven.bograd@noaa.gov; Block, B. A., Stanford University, USA, bblock@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17626 | Poster ID 2133

BODY-SIZE-DRIVEN RESOURCE UTILIZATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BLUE WHALES AND HUMPBACK WHALES FORAGING IN MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA

Fossette, S., NOAA-SWFSC, USA, sabrina.fossette@googlemail.com; Bograd, S., NOAA-SWFSC, USA, steven.bograd@noaa.gov; Hazen, E., NOAA-SWFSC, USA, elliott.hazen@noaa.gov; Newton, K., UCSC, USA, newton@ucsc.edu; Croll, D., UCSC, USA, dcroll@ucsc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17654 | Poster ID 2134

IDENTIFYING SOURCE POPULATIONS FOR SEA TURTLES CAUGHT IN FISHERIES

Stewart, K. R., The Ocean Foundation/ NOAA NMFS, USA, buttercup7@gmail.com; Dutton, P. H., National Marine Fisheries Service NOAA, USA, Peter.Dutton@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17738 | Poster ID 2135

DIVING BEHAVIOR AND EFFICIENCY OF A BLUE WHALE (BALAENOPTERA MUSCULUS) FORAGING IN ITS THREE-DIMENSIONAL KRILL PREY FIELD

McGarry, L. P., Cornell University, USA, lpm3@cornell.edu; Greene, C. H., Cornell University, USA, chg2@cornell.edu; Croll, D. A., University of California - Santa Cruz, USA, dcroll@ucsc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17930 | Poster ID 2136

INFORMING SOUTHERN RESIDENT KILLER WHALES CRITICAL HABITAT DESIGNATION IN THEIR WINTER RANGE ALONG THE U.S. WEST COAST

Hanson, M. B., NOAA Fisheries, NWFSC, USA, brad.hanson@noaa.gov; Schorr, G. S., Cascadia Research Collective, USA, ; Webster, D. L., Cascadia Research Collective, USA, ; Emmons, C. K., NOAA Fisheries, NWFSC, USA, ; Baird, R. W., Cascadia Research Collective, USA, ;

094 - Consequences of fluid stirring and mixing: from organisms to ecosystems

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14008 | Poster ID 872

FORTNIGHTLY MODULATIONS IN TIDAL MIXING ACTING AS AN IN-SHORE/OFF-SHORE VALVE FOR DEEP WATER NUTRIENT FLUXES

Dewey, R., University of Victoria, Canada, rdewey@uvic.ca; Masson, D., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada, Diane.Masson@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; MacCready, P., University of Washington, USA, Parker@ocean.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14652 | Poster ID 873

VARIATION OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF SUSPENDED PARTICLES ALONG TRANSECT ACROSS THE KUROSHIO CURRENT IN LATE SPRING

FUKUDA, H., The University of Tokyo, Japan, hfukuda@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; KOMATSU, K., The University of Tokyo, Japan, kosei@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; SUZUKI, K., Hokkaido University, Japan, kojis@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; HIDAKA, K., Fisheries Research Agency , Japan, khidaka@affrc.go.jp; SAITO, H., Fisheries Research Agency, Japan, hsaito@affrc.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14887 | Poster ID 874

HERRINGBONE MICRO-MIXER GEOMETRIES ON MIXING EFFICIENCIES IN MICROCHANNEL

Najera, M. A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, manjera@uwm.edu; Nam, Y. G., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Mechanical Engineering Department , USA, ynam@uwm.edu; Strickler, R. J., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences, , jrs@uwm.edu; Chang, W. J., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Mechanical Engineering Department , USA, wjchang@uwm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15215 | Poster ID 935

DIVING BEHAVIOR OF OYSTER LARVAE (CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA) IN RESPONSE TO LOCAL HYDRODYNAMIC TRIGGERS

Wheeler, J. D., MIT-WHOI Joint Program, Department of Biology, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jwheeler@whoi.edu; Helfrich, K. R., Department of Physical Oceanography, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, khelfrich@whoi.edu; Anderson, E. J., Department of Mechanical Engineering, Grove City College, USA, eanderson@whoi.edu; Mullineaux, L. S., Department of Biology, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lmullineaux@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/diving-behaviour-of-oyster-larvae-crassostrea-virginica-in-response-to-local-hydrodynamic-triggers

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15533 | Poster ID 936

OBSERVATIONS OF VERTICAL TURBULENT NITRATE FLUX ACROSS THE KUROSHIO

KANEKO, H., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, kaneko@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; YASUDA, I., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, ichiro@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; KOMATSU, K., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, , kosei@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; ITOH, S., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, , itohsach@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15627 | Poster ID 937

FINE SCALE ECOLOGY OF PICOEUKARYOTES ACROSS THE KUROSHIO EXTENSION

Clayton, S., University of Washington, USA, sclayton@mit.edu; Lin, Y. C., Institute of Environmental Biology and Fishery Science, National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan ROC, d96310001@gmail.com; Follows, M. J., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, mick@ocean.mit.edu; Worden, A. Z., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, azworden@mbari.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15884 | Poster ID 938

LAGRANGIAN TRANSPORT AND CONNECTIVITY IN THE SOUTHERN ADRIATIC SEA FROM SURFACE DRIFTERS, AND HF RADAR OBSERVATIONS

Carlson, D. F., CNR-ISMAR, La Spezia, Italy, daniel.carlson@sp.ismar.cnr.it; Mantovani, C., CNR-ISMAR, La Spezia/Centro Didattico Polifunzionale, Università di Parma, Italy, carlo.mantovani@cnr.it; Corgnati, L. P., CNR-ISMAR, La Spezia, Italy, lorenzo.corgnati@sp.ismar.cnr.it; Magaldi, M. G., CNR-ISMAR, La Spezia, Italy, marcello.magaldi@sp.ismar.cnr.it; Zambianchi, E., Università di Napoli, Dipartimento di Scienze per l'Ambiente, Italy, enrico.zambianchi@uniparthenope.it;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16239 | Poster ID 939

REDUCED-ORDER MODELLING OF AN UNSTRUCTURED MESH OCEAN MODEL: APPLICATION TO 2D/3D BATHYMETRIES

Pavlidis, D., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, dimitrios.pavlidis@imperial.ac.uk; Fang, F., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, ; Pain, C. C., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, ; Buchan, A. G., Imperial College London, United Kingdom, ; Navon, I. M., Florida State University, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16799 | Poster ID 940

MODELING FLOWS GENERATED BY UPSIDE DOWN JELLYFISH

Miller, L. A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, lam9@unc.edu; Santhanakrishnan, A., Oklahoma State University, USA, askrish@okstate.edu; Hamlet, C. L., Tulane University, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://miller.web.unc.edu

095 - River plumes and buoyancy-driven shelf circulation

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13382 | Poster ID 1175

EFFECTS OF WAVE-CURRENT INTERACTION ON BUOYANCY DRIVEN CIRCULATION OVER THE TEXAS-LOUISIANA SHELF

Rong, Z., Texas A&M University , USA, zengrui.r@gmail.com; Hetland, R. D., Texas A&M University, USA, hetland@tamu.edu; Zhang, X., Texas A&M University, USA, zhangxq@tamu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13870 | Poster ID 1176

STUDY OF THE PEARL RIVER PLUME DYNAMICS BY USING THE UNSTRUCTURED GRID FINITE VOLUME COASTAL OCEAN MODEL (FVCOM)

Wenfeng, L., The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, laiwf@cuhk.edu.hk; Jiayi, P., The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, panj@cuhk.edu.hk; Yanzhen, G., The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, guyz1015@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14190 | Poster ID 1177

DISTRIBUTION OF CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATION IN THE EAST CHINA SEA RELATIVE TO SST AND SALINITY DETERMINED BY EOF

TANG, X., Tokyo University of Information Sciences, Japan, g12009st@edu.tuis.ac.jp; ASANUMA, I., Tokyo University of Information Sciences, Japan, asanuma@rsch.tuis.ac.jp; SONG, Y., Tokyo University of Information Sciences, Japan, g12007is@edu.tuis.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/distribution-of-chlorophyll-a-concentration-in-the-east-china-sea-.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14192 | Poster ID 1178

DO UPWELLING CONDITIONS ENHANCE DEVELOPMENT OF RIVER PLUME OR IMPEDE IT?

Zavialov, P., Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Federation, peter@ocean.ru; Osadchiev, A., Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Federation, osadchiev@ocean.ru; Zhurbas, V., Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Federation, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14430 | Poster ID 1179

LAGRANGIAN MODEL OF A SURFACE-ADVECTED RIVER PLUME

Osadchiev, A., Shirshov Oceanology Institute, Russian Federation, osadchiev@ocean.ru; Zavialov, P., Shirshov Oceanology Institute, Russian Federation, peter@ocean.ru;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/lagrangian-model-of-a-surface-advected-river-plume-2.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14834 | Poster ID 1180

3D ANALYTICAL SOLUTION TO THE TIDE-INDUCED LAGRANGIAN RESIDUAL CURRENT EQUATIONS IN A NARROW BAY

Jiang, W., Ocean University of China, China, wsjang@ouc.edu.cn; Feng, S., Ocean University of China, China, szfeng@ouc.edu.cn;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/3d-analytical-solution-for-lagrangian-residual-current-in-a-narrow-bay-1.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14968 | Poster ID 1181

MIXING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PEARL RIVER PLUME IN SUMMER SEASON

Pan, J., Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong POC, panj@cuhk.edu.hk; Gu, Y., Ocean University of China, China, guyz1015@gmail.com; Lai, W., Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong POC, guyz1015@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15021 | Poster ID 1182

THE RESPONSE OF CABO FRIO UPWELLING SYSTEM DYNAMICS TO SPATIALLY VARIABLE WIND FORCING

Couto, P. P., IEAPM - Brazilian Navy, Brazil, phellipe.couto@gmail.com; Soutelino, R. G., IEAPM - Brazilian Navy, Brazil, rsoutelino@gmail.com; Calado, L., IEAPM - Brazilian Navy, Brazil, leandro_calado@hotmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-response-of-cabo-frio-upwelling-system-to-spatially-variable-wind-forcing.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15351 | Poster ID 1184

BUOYANCY-DRIVEN COASTAL CURRENT AND TRANSPORT OBSERVATIONS OFF THE OREGON COAST DURING FALL-WINTER USING AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER GLIDERS

Fernandes Mazzini, P. L., Oregon State University, USA, pmazzini@coas.oregonstate.edu; Barth, J. A., Oregon State University, USA, barth@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/buoyancy-driven-coastal-current-and-transport-observations-off-the-oregon-coast-during-fall-winter-1

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15442 | Poster ID 1185

INTRATIDAL ASYMMERTY OF THE VELOCITY PROFILE IN THE SUMJIN RIVER ESTUARY, KOREA

Cho, E. B., School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, yoyoro@snu.ac.kr; Cho, Y. K., School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, choyk@snu.ac.kr; Gwak, M. T., School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, forever-taek@hanmail.net; Seo, G. H., School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University, , seogwangho@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15463 | Poster ID 1186

UPTAKE AND RELEASE OF CO2 IN A RIVER-DOMINATED OCEAN MARGIN (RIOMAR) OFF THE CHANGJIANG ESTUARY

Zhang, C., Xiamen University, China, zhangchao@stu.xmu.edu.cn; Dai, M. H., Xiamen University, China, mdai@xmu.edu.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15495 | Poster ID 1187

FORTNIGHTLY VARIATION OF CIRCULATION INDUCED BY BOTTOM COLD WATER IN A SEMI-ENCLOSED SEA

Yu, X., Ehime University, Japan, yuxiaojie@sci.ehime-u.ac.jp; Guo, X., Ehime University, Japan, guoxinyu@sci.ehime-u.ac.jp; Takeoka, H., Ehime University, Japan, takeoka.hidetaka.mx@ehime-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15831 | Poster ID 1188

IMPACTS OF LATERAL SPREADING ON AN ENERGETIC RIVER PLUME

Yuan, Y., University of Georgia, USA, yyping1001@gmail.com; Horner-Devine, A. R., University of Washington, USA, arhd@uw.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/impacts-of-lateral-spreading-on-an-energetic-river-plume.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15852 | Poster ID 1214

IMPACT OF TYPHOON VICENTE ON THE PEARL RIVER PLUME: A NUMERICAL MODELING STUDY

Zhang, L., MEL& UAC, Xiamen University, China, zhangnier99@sina.com; Shang, S. P., MEL & UAC, Xiamen University, China, spshang@xmu.edu.cn; Cheng, P., MEL,Xiamen University, China, pcheng@xmu.edu.cn; Shang, S. L., Xiamen University, China, slshang@xmu.edu.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15854 | Poster ID 1215

RESPONSES OF THE RIVER PLUME TO THE EXTERNAL FORCING IN PEARL RIVER ESTUARY

Luo, L., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, luolin@scsio.ac.cn; Zhou, W., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, zhouwei@scsio.ac.cn; Wang, D., South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, dxwang@scsio.ac.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15902 | Poster ID 1216

ALONG-COAST SHIFTS OF PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS DRIVEN BY RIVERINE INPUTS OF NUTRIENTS AND FRESH WATER

Hoshiba, Y., Hokkaido University, Japan, h-dragon@ees.hokudai.ac.jp; Yamanaka, Y., Hokkaido University, Japan, galapen@ees.hokudai.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/along-coast-shifts-of-plankton-blooms-driven-by-riverine-inputs-of-nutrients-and-fresh-water.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16087 | Poster ID 1217

CAN MONSOON INDUCED COASTAL UPWELLING BRING UP DEEP WATER NUTRIENTS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA CONTINENTAL SHELF BEYOND THE PEARL RIVER ESTUARY

Yin, K., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, yinkd@mail.sysu.edu.cn; He, J., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, hejzh@mail.sysu.edu.cn; Lai, Z., Sun Yat-Sen University, China, laizhig@mail.sysu.edu.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16276 | Poster ID 1218

SST VARIABILITY ALONG THE UPWELLING FRONT OFF THE OREGON COAST INFLUENCED BY THE COLUMBIA RIVER PLUME

Kurapov, A. L., Oregon State University, USA, kurapov@coas.oregonstate.edu; Yu, P., Univerity of Maryland, USA, pengyu@gmail.com; Shearman, R. K., Oregon State University, USA, shearman@coas.oregonstate.edu; Allen, J. S., Oregon State University, USA, jallen@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://ingria.coas.oregonstate.edu

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16540 | Poster ID 1219

USING A COUPLED OBSERVATIONAL AND MODELING APPROACH TO INVESTIGATE BUOYANT PLUME STRUCTURE IN A GREENLANDIC OUTLET GLACIAL FJORD

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16638 | Poster ID 1220

TRANSPORT AND MIXING OF CONNECTICUT RIVER WATER THROUGH THE ESTUARY AND ON THE CONTINENTAL SHELF: AN OBSERVATIONAL DRIFTER AND MODELING STUDY

Jia, Y., Marine Sciences Program, University of Connecticut, USA, yan.jia@uconn.edu; Whitney, M. M., Marine Sciences Program, University of Connecticut, USA, michael.whitney@uconn.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/transport-and-mixing-of-connecticut-river-water-through-the-estuary-and-on-the-continental-shelf-an.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16655 | Poster ID 1221

THE ROLE OF MELTWATER PLUMES ON SUBMARINE MELTING OF GREENLAND GLACIERS

Sciascia, R., MIT, USA, sciascia@mit.edu; Cenedese, C., WHOI, USA, ccenedese@whoi.edu; Straneo, F., WHOI, USA, fstraneo@whoi.edu; Heimbach, P., MIT, USA, heimbach@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16773 | Poster ID 1222

A NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF LABORATORY FRESHWATER PLUME

Du, Y., Louisiana State University, USA, ydu2@lsu.edu; Huang, H., Louisiana State University, USA, hhuang7@lsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17107 | Poster ID 1223

CAN SURFACE GRAVITY WAVES INFLUENCE RIVER PLUME DYNAMICS?

Denamiel, C. L., University of southern Mississippi, USA, clea.denamiel@usm.edu; Kamenkovich, V., University of Southern Mississippi, USA, Vladimir.Kamenkovich@usm.edu; Netchaev, D., University of Southern Mississippi, USA, dmitri.nechaev@usm.edu; Wiggert, J., University of Southern Mississippi, USA, jerry.wiggert@usm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17288 | Poster ID 1224

SALT WEDGE HYDRAULICS IN A SLOPED ESTUARY

Poggioli, A. R., University of Washington, USA, apogg24@uw.edu; McKeon, M. A., University of Washington, USA, mckeon@uw.edu; Horner-Devine, A. R., University of Washington, USA, arhd@uw.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17457 | Poster ID 1225

SPRING-SUMMER FRONT OBSERVATIONS AT THE COLUMBIA RIVER MOUTH VIA LAND-BASED X-BAND MARINE RADAR

Honegger, D. A., Oregon State University, USA, honegger@engr.orst.edu; Haller, M. C., Oregon State University, USA, merrick.haller@oregonstate.edu; Diaz Mendez, G. M., Oregon State University, USA, guillermo.diaz@oregonstate.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17473 | Poster ID 1226

SUMMERTIME OBSERVATIONS OF THE MACKENZIE RIVER PLUME OVER THE CANADIAN BEAUFORT SHELF, 2005-2009

Williams, W. J., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, bill.williams@dfo-mpo.gc.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17629 | Poster ID 1227

MIXING IN THE FAR FIELD OF A RIVER PLUME

Chant, R. J., Rutgers, USA, chant@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17793 | Poster ID 1228

TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF THE GULF OF MAINE COASTAL CURRENT SYSTEM

Pettigrew, N. R., University of Maine, USA, nealp@maine.edu; Neary, M. G., University of Maine, USA, mark.g.neary@maine.edu; Fleming, R. J., University of Maine, USA, bfleming@maine.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18134 | Poster ID 1229

DENSE CURRENTS OVER ROUGH SURFACES: IMPLICATIONS TO DOWNWELLING

Bhaganagar, K., University of Texas, San Antonio, USA, kiran.bhaganagar@utsa.edu;

101 - Ecology and management of semi-enclosed seas

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13536 | Poster ID 3013

A NOVEL METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF WATER-DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON (DOC) DISTRIBUTION CONSTANTS OF LEGACY AND EMERGING ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN BRACKISH WATERS

Matyas, R., Umea University, Sweden, matyas.ripszam@chem.umu.se; Haglund, P., Umea University, Sweden, peter.haglund@chem.umu.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14027 | Poster ID 3014

MONITORING SURVEYS ON MERCURY LEVELS OF BENTHOS AND SEDIMENTS AT INTERTIDAL AREA AROUND MINAMATA BAY, KYUSHU, JAPAN

Mori, K., National Institute for Minamata Disease, Japan, morik@nimd.go.jp,;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15143 | Poster ID 3015

LONG-TERM TRENDS IN SPRING DIATOM DEVELOPMENT IN THE BALTIC SEA IN DEPENDENCE OF THE MINIMUM WINTER TEMPERATURE

Wasmund, N., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany, norbert.wasmund@io-warnemuende.de; Nausch, G., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany, guenther.nausch@io-warnemuende.de; Feistel, R., Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany, rainer.feistel@io-warnemuende.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15308 | Poster ID 3016

BACTERIAL UTILIZATION OF TERRESTRIAL DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN AN ESTUARY INFLUENCED BY HIGH INFLOW OF ALLOCHTHONOUS ORGANIC MATTER

Figueroa, D. A., Umeå University, Sweden, daniela.figueroa@emg.umu.se; Rowe, O., Umeå University, Sweden, owen.rowe@emg.umu.se; Paczkowska, J., Umeå University, Sweden, ; Andersson, A., Umeå University, Sweden, agneta.andersson@emg.umu.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15729 | Poster ID 3017

CHARACTERISTIC DISTRIBUTION OF PHYTOPLANKTON AND BACTERIA IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSITION ZONE OF TROPICAL MANGROVE FOREST

Yang, E., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ecyang17@gmail.com; Noh, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jhnoh@kiost.ac; Lee, C. M., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, cmlee@kiost.ac; Kwon, M., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, mskwon@kiost.ac; Kim, T., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktwon@kiost.ac;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15780 | Poster ID 3018

PELAGIC HETEROGENEITY IN COASTAL AREAS CONSIDERED TO OPTIMIZE SAMPLING STRATEGY

Bignert, A., Swedish museum of Natural History, Sweden, anders.bignert@nrm.se; Anderberg, E., Swedish museum of Natural History, Sweden, elisabeth.anderberg@nrm.se; Chen, Q., Stockholm University, Sweden, ; Andersson, A., Umeå University, Sweden, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15830 | Poster ID 3019

EFFECTS OF SEAWATER SCRUBBING ON KEY PHYTOPLANKTON GROUPS OF THE BALTIC SEA

Karlberg, M., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, maria.karlberg@bioenv.gu.se; Hassellov, I., Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, ida-maja@chalmers.se; Ytreberg, E., Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, erik.ytreberg@chalmers.se; Wulff, A., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, angela.wulff@bioenv.gu.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16092 | Poster ID 3020

BIOMAGNIFICATION OF PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN PRESENT-DAY AND CLIMATE ALTERED FOOD WEBS

Berglund, Å. M., Dep. of CHemistry, Umeå University, Sweden, asa.berglund@emg.umu.se; Ripszam, M., Dep. of CHemistry, Umeå University, Sweden, matyas.ripszam@chem.umu.se; Andersson, A., Dep. of Ecology and Environmental Science, Umeå University, Sweden, agneta.andersson@emg.umu.se; Haglund, P., Dep. of CHemistry, Umeå University, Sweden, peter.haglund@chem.umu.se; Tysklind, M., Dep. of CHemistry, Umeå University, Sweden, mats.tysklind@chem.umu.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16137 | Poster ID 3021

PHOSPHATE FLUXES AND PHOSPHATE SOURCE IDENTIFICATION IN THE HIMMERFJÄRDEN (BALTIC SEA)

Deutsch, B., Stockholm University, Sweden, barbara.deutsch@su.se; Bonaglia, S., Stockholm University, Sweden, stefano.bonaglia@geo.su.se; Humborg, C., Stockholm University, Sweden, Christoph.Humborg@itm.su.se; Bruechert, V., Stockholm University, Sweden, volker.bruchert@geo.su.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16154 | Poster ID 3022

ZOOPLANKTON PRODUCTION VARIABILITY IN THE BALTIC SEA LINKED TO FILAMENTOUS CYANOBACTERIA AND REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE PLANKTONIC FOOD WEB

Lindehoff, E., Linnæus University, Sweden, elin.lindehoff@lnu.se; Bertos-Fortis, M., Linnæus University, Sweden, mireia.bertos.fortis@lnu.se; Krueger, K., MPI Bremen, Germany, kkrueger@mpi-bremen.de; Andersson, A., Umeå University, Sweden, agneta.andersson@emg.umu.se; Legrand, C., Linnæus University, Sweden, catherine.legrand@lnu.se;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/zooplankton-production-variability-in-the-baltic-sea-linked-to-filamentous-cyanobacteria-and.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16315 | Poster ID 3023

DROWNING TIDAL FLATS: SCIENCE-BASED AND BEST-GUESS MITIGATION MEASURES

van Duren, L. A., Deltares, Netherlands, luca.vanduren@deltares.nl; Ysebaert, T. J., IMARES Wageningen UR, Netherlands, tom.ysebaert@wur.nl; de Ronde, J. G., Deltares, Netherlands, john.deronde@deltares.nl; Mulder, J. P., Deltares, Netherlands, jan.mulder@deltares.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16457 | Poster ID 3024

MARINE BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT INDICATORS AND MARINE BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT TOOL DEVELOPED BY THE EU LIFE MARMONI PROJECT.

Martin, G., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, georg.martin@ut.ee; Püss, T., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, teemar.puss@ut.ee; Martin, K., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, kai.martin@ut.ee; Torn, K., Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, Estonia, kaire.torn@ut.ee;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16631 | Poster ID 3025

N<SUB>2</SUB> FIXATION AND NH<SUB>4</SUB><SUP>+</SUP> RELEASE BY CYANOBACTERIA SUPPORT THE PLANKTON COMMUNITY WITH NITROGEN IN THE BALTIC SEA

Klawonn, I., Stockholm University, Sweden, isabell.klawonn@su.se; Adam, B., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, badam@mpi-bremen.de; Svedén, J., Stockholm University, Sweden, jennie.sveden@su.se; Kuypers, M. M., Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Germany, mkuypers@mpi-bremen.de; Ploug, H., University of Gothenburg, Sweden, helle.ploug@bioenv.gu.se;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18004 | Poster ID 3026

FLUORESCENCE AND ABSORPTION PROPERTIES OF CHROMOPHORIC DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) ALONG A TRANSECT THROUGHT THE BALTIC SEA

Joanna Paczkowska, J. P., Umea University , Sweden, joanna.paczkowska@emg.umu.se; Andersson, A., Umea University , Sweden, agneta.andersson@emg.umu.se; Rowe, O., Umea University , Sweden, owen.rowe@emg.umu.se; Schluter, L., DHI, Denmark, lsc@dhigroup.com; Guillemette , F., Uppsala University, Sweden, francois.guillemette@ebc.uu.se ;

ePoster Link: http://www.emg.umu.se/

112 - Tropical Cyclone-Ocean Interactions: from Weather to Climate

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13090 | Poster ID 1088

LANGMUIR TURBULENCE UNDER HURRICANE GUSTAV

Rabe, T. J., University of Delaware, USA, trabe@udel.edu; Kukulka, T., University of Delaware, USA, kukulka@udel.edu; Hara, T., University of Rhode Island, USA, thara@uri.edu; Ginis, I., University of Rhode Island, USA, iginis@gso.uri.edu; D'Asaro, E., University of Washington, USA, dasaro@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13141 | Poster ID 1089

TWO PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS NEAR LUZON STRAIT GENERATED BY LINGERING TYPHOON PARMA

Zhao, H., Guangdong Ocean University, China, chaohui@scsio.ac.cn; Han, G., Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, St. John’s, NL, Canada., Canada, guoqi.han@dfo-mpo.gc.ca; Zhang, S., Guangdong Ocean University, China, China, gdouzhangsw@163.com; Wang, D., , China, dxwang@scsio.ac.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13142 | Poster ID 1090

TROPICAL CYCLONE INTENSITY FORECAST AROUND JAPAN USING A COUPLED HIGH-RESOLUTION MODEL

Ito, K., JAMSTEC, Japan, itokosk@jamstec.go.jp; Wada, A., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, awada@jma-mri.go.jp; Kuroda, T., JAMSTEC, Japan, tkuroda@jamstec.go.jp; Kawabata, T., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, tkawabata@jma-mri.go.jp; Saito, K., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, ksaito@mri-jma.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13466 | Poster ID 1091

SEASONAL VOLUME TRANSPORT THROUGH THE TAIWAN STRAIT AND THE EFFECT OF SYNOPTIC EVENTS

Zhang, W., Xiamen University, China, zwenzhou@xmu.edu.cn; Chai, F., University of Maine, USA, fchai@maine.edu; Hong, H., Xiamen University, China, hshong@xmu.edu.cn; Xue, H., University of Maine, USA, hxue@maine.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13527 | Poster ID 1093

INVESTIGATION OF THE INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY OF TYPHOON’S MAXIMUM POTENTIAL INTENSITY IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN

CHAN, J., National Taiwan University, , r00229021@ntu.edu.tw; LIN, I., National Taiwan University, , iilin@as.ntu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13745 | Poster ID 1094

INVESTIGATION OF OCEAN'S BARRIER LAYER AND WARM OCEAN FEATURE ON TROPICAL CYCLONE'S INTENSITY CHANGE

LAM, M., National Taiwan University, , atmelaine@gmail.com; LIN, I., National Taiwan University, , iilin@as.ntu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13841 | Poster ID 1095

CONNECTION OF THE PHILIPPINES–TAIWAN OSCILLATION WITH TROPICAL CYCLONE GENESIS AND PATHS IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC

Chang, Y. L., National Taiwan Normal Univ., Taiwan ROC, ychang@ntnu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14152 | Poster ID 1097

IMPACTS OF TWO TYPES OF EL NIÑO ON PACIFIC TROPICAL CYCLONE ACTIVITY

Huang, F., Ocean University of China, China, huangf1989@qq.com; Xu, S. B., Ocean University of China, China, aotf@163.com; Zheng, C. Y., Yunnan Provincial Meteorological Bureau, China, zchunyi@263.net;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14168 | Poster ID 1098

TROPICAL CYCLONE-OCEAN INTERACTIONS IN A REGIONAL COUPLED MODEL: CLIMATOLOGY AND PROCESSES

Jullien, S., University of Toulouse/LEGOS, France, swen.jullien@gmail.com; Marchesiello, P., LEGOS/IRD, France, patrick.marchesiello@legos.obs-mip.fr; Menkes, C. E., LOCEAN/IRD, New Caledonia, christophe.menkes@ird.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14181 | Poster ID 1099

NEW GENERATION OF SATELLITE-DERIVED OCEAN THERMAL STRUCTURE FOR THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC TYPHOON INTENSITY FORECASTING

Pun, I., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, faye@as.ntu.edu.tw; Lin, I., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, iilin@as.ntu.edu.tw; Ko, D. S., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14405 | Poster ID 1100

SEA STATE DEPENDENCE OF WIND STRESS OVER THE OCEAN UNDER HURRICANE WINDS

Reichl, B. G., University of Rhode Island, USA, breichl@my.uri.edu; Hara, T., University of Rhode Island, USA, thara@uri.edu; Ginis, I., University of Rhode Island, USA, iginis@mail.uri.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14522 | Poster ID 1101

NUMERICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON INTENSIFICATION OF TYPHOONS, SEA SURFACE COOLING AND OCEANIC ENVIRONMENTS IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC

Wada, A., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, awada@mri-jma.go.jp; Kunii, M., Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, mkunii@mri-jma.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14530 | Poster ID 1102

NUMERICAL STUDY OF TROPICAL CYCLONE-INDUCED NEAR-INERTIAL ENERGY PRODUCTION AND EVOLUTION IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

Kung, H., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, hskung@ust.hk; Gan, J., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, magan@ust.hk; Liang, L., Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong POC, lianglin@ust.hk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14712 | Poster ID 1103

IMPACTS OF TYPHOONS ON NUTRIENT SUPPLY AND POTENTIAL FISH PRODUCTION IN MARGINAL SEAS

Huang, S. Y., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, m015030012@student.nsysu.edu.tw; Hung, C. C., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, cchung@mail.nsysu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14919 | Poster ID 1104

IMPACT OF OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE COUPLING ON TROPICAL CYCLONE ACTIVITY IN THE VARIABLE-RESOLUTION GCM ARPEGE

Sophie DALOZ, A., SSEC / UW Madison, USA, adaloz@wisc.edu; CHAUVIN, F., CNRM-GAME, France, ; ROUX, F., CNRS / Laboratoire d'Aérologie, OMP, France, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15107 | Poster ID 1105

WATER COLUMN INERTIAL AND SUB-INERTIAL OCEANIC RESPONSE TO HURRICANE ISAAC IN THE DEEPWATER GULF OF MEXICO

Spencer, L., Texas A&M University, USA, lauraspencer@tamu.edu; DiMarco, S., Texas A&M University, USA, sdimarco@tamu.edu; Khuel, J., Geochemical and Enviromental Reasearch Group, USA, khuel.joe@geos.tamu.edu; Kurian, J., Texas A&M University, USA, jaisonk@neo.tamu.edu; Chang, P., Texas A&M University, USA, ping@ocean.tamu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/water-column-inertial-and-sub-inertial-oceanic-response-to-hurricane-isaac-in-the-deepwater-gulf-of.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15450 | Poster ID 1106

SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE RESPONSE TO TROPICAL CYCLONES IN THE TROPICAL WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC

Fernandez, I. D., University of the Philippines - Diliman, Philippines, ianquinofernandez@gmail.com; Villanoy, C. L., University of the Philippines - Diliman, Philippines, c.villanoy@gmail.com; Flament, P., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, pflament@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15456 | Poster ID 1107

IMPACT OF COUPLING AND MODEL RESOLUTION ON NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF TYPHOON SON-TINH WITH A REGIONAL COUPLED MODEL

Li, M., Ocean University of China, China, mkli@ouc.edu.cn; Wan, X., Ocean University of China, China, xwan@ouc.edu.cn; Ma, W., Ocean University of China, China, skyseaweiwei@163.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15693 | Poster ID 1108

A TRIGGERING MECHANISM FOR THE SPONTANEOUS AXISYMMETRIC INTENSIFICATION OF TROPICAL CYCLONES

Miyamoto, Y., RIKEN, Japan, ymiyamoto@riken.jp; Takemi, T., Kyoto University, Japan, takemi@storm.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15758 | Poster ID 1189

RAINFALL EXTREMES STEMMING FROM TROPICAL CYCLONES IN SOUTH KOREA WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF CT/WP EL NIÑO

Kim, J. S., The University of Seoul, Republic Of Korea, jongsuk@uos.ac.kr; Yoon, S. K., APEC Climate Center, Republic Of Korea, skyoon@apcc21.org; Oh, S. M., APEC Climate Center, Republic Of Korea, osm1006@apcc21.org; Moon, Y. I., The University of Seoul, Republic Of Korea, ymoon@uos.ac.kr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15759 | Poster ID 1190

CYCLONE MODELING ON THE AUSTRALIAN NORTH WEST SHELF

Macdonald, H. S., University of Western Australia, Australia, helen.macdonald@uwa.edu.au; Ivey, G. N., University of Western Australia, Australia, greg.ivey@uwa.edu.au; Jones, N. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, nicole.jones@uwa.edu.au; Lowe, R. J., University of Western Australia, Australia, ryan.lowe@uwa.edu.au; Pequignet, C., University of Western Australia, Australia, christine.pequignet@uwa.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15919 | Poster ID 1191

ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTION FROM TROPICAL CYCLONES AND EPHEMERAL WEATHER EVENTS IN AN OLIGOTROPHIC COASTAL SYSTEM

Jones, K. N., University of Tasmania, Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Australia, katherine.jones@utas.edu.au; Strutton, P. G., University of Tasmania, Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Australia, peter.strutton@utas.edu.au; Furnas, M. J., Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia, m.furnas@aims.gov.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15966 | Poster ID 1192

PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION OF TROPICAL CYCLONE TRACKS AND SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF THE CYCLOGENESIS REGION IN GCM

Suzuki, K., The Institute of Statistical Mathematics , Japan, kazue@ism.ac.jp; Nakano, S., The Institute of Statistical Mathematics , Japan, shiny@ism.ac.jp; Ueno, G., The Institute of Statistical Mathematics , Japan, gen@ism.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15987 | Poster ID 1193

CONFIRMATORY CHANGES IN TYPHOON OVER THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC

Choi, Y., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, yumi_choi@pusan.ac.kr; Ha, K., Pusan National University, Republic Of Korea, kjha@pusan.ac.kr; Chung, C. E., Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic Of Korea, eddy@gist.ac.kr; Ho, C., Seoul National University, Republic Of Korea, hoch@cpl.snu.ac.kr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16055 | Poster ID 1194

NEAR INERTIAL WAVES IN THE ULTRA-HIGH RESOLUTION VERSION OF THE COMMUNITY CLIMATE SYSTEM MODEL WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE TROPICS

Sørensen, B., Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, sorensen@gfy.ku.dk; Jochum, M., Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, mjochum@nbi.dk; Bryan, F. O., National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, USA, bryan@ucar.edu; Small, J., National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, USA, jsmall@ucar.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16211 | Poster ID 1195

COASTAL OCEAN IMPACT ON HURRICANE IRENE INTENSITY

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

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/coastal-ocean-impact-on-hurricane-irene-intensity.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17139 | Poster ID 1197

INVESTIGATION OF HURRICANE SANDY DYNAMICS USING THE 3-WAY COUPLED OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE-WAVE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT (COAWST) MODEL

Zambon, J. B., NC State University, USA, jbzambon@ncsu.edu; He, R., NC State University, USA, rhe@ncsu.edu; Warner, J. C., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, jcwarner@usgs.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/investigation-of-hurricane-sandy-dynamics-using-the-3-way-coupled-ocean-atmosphere-wave-sediment.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17296 | Poster ID 1198

EAST PACIFIC HURRICANE KENNETH COLLAPSES AS IT INTENSIFIES AN OCEANIC COLD CORE EDDY

Walker, N. D., Louisiana State University,Baton Rouge, USA, nanwalkerlsu@gmail.com; Leben, R. R., University of Colorado,Boulder, USA, leben@colorodo.edu; Pilley, C., Louisiana State University,Baton Rouge, USA, chet@esl.lsu.edu; Shannon, M., University of Colorado,Boulder, USA, michael.shannon@colorado.edu; Herndon, D., University of Wisconsin,Madison, USA, dherndon@ssec.wisc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17796 | Poster ID 1199

RAINFALL PATTERNS ASSOCIATED WITH STORM VARIABILITY IN THE PHILIPPINES

Martin, M. C., Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines, Philippines, marilou.martin@gmail.com; Villanoy, C. L., , Philippines, c.villanoy@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17830 | Poster ID 1200

UPWELLING AND MIXING PROCESSES INDUCED BY HURRICANE ISAAC OVER GEOSTROPHIC OCEANIC EDDIES

Jaimes, B., University of Miami, USA, bjaimes@rsmas.miami.edu; Shay, L. K., University of Miami, USA, nshay@rsmas.miami.edu; Brewster, J., University of Miami, USA, jbrewster@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17844 | Poster ID 1211

ANALYSIS OF TROPICAL CYCLONE SEAS

Collins, C. O., RSMAS - University of Miami, USA, Tripphysicist@gmail.com; Graber, H. C., RSMAS - University of Miami, USA, hgraber@rsmas.miami.edu; Drennan, W. M., RSMAS - University of Miami, USA, wdrennan@rsmas.miami.edu; Potter, H., RSMAS - University of Miami, USA, hpotter@rsmas.miami.edu; Lund, B., RSMAS - University of Miami, USA, blund@rsmas.miami.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/analysis-of-tropical-cyclone-seas.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17880 | Poster ID 1212

UNDERSTANDING AIR-SEA MOMENTUM EXCHANGE IN TROPICAL CYCLONES AND ITS IMPACT ON STORM STRUCTURE AND UPPER OCEAN CIRCULATION

Curcic, M., University of Miami, USA, milan@orca.rsmas.miami.edu; Chen, S. S., University of Miami, USA, schen@rsmas.miami.edu;

113 - Big Data, Including Ocean Climate Data: Data Availability, Techniques, and Applications

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13330 | Poster ID 2249

BUILDING A MARINE CLIMATE SERVICE FOR AUSTRALIA

Miles, E., Bureau of Meteorology, Australia, e.miles@bom.gov.au; Walland, D., Bureau of Meteorology, Australia, d.walland@bom.gov.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/building-a-marine-climate-service-of-australia.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13741 | Poster ID 2250

GLOBAL IMAGERY BROWSE SERVICES (GIBS): ENABLING VISUAL SEARCH, DISCOVERY, AND ACCESS ACROSS NASA’S OCEAN AND OTHER EARTH SCIENCE DATA HOLDINGS

Thompson, C. K., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Charles.K.Thompson@jpl.nasa.gov; Huang, T., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Thomas.Huang@jpl.nasa.gov; Alarcon, C., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Christian.Alarcon@jpl.nasa.gov; Roberts, J. T., Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA, Joe.T.Roberts@jpl.nasa.gov; Cechini, M. F., Columbus Technologies and Services, USA, Matthew.F.Cechini@nasa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/soto

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13901 | Poster ID 2251

MILLENNIAL- TO CENTENNIAL-SCALE CHANGES IN SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN THE TROPICAL SOUTH ATLANTIC OVER THE LAST 10.000 YEARS

Santos, T. P., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, thiago.pereirads@hotmail.com; Franco, D., Observatório Nacional, Brazil, drfranco74@yahoo.com.br; Barbosa, C. F., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, catia@geoq.uff.br; Belem, A. L., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, andre_belem@yahoo.com.br; Albuquerque, A. S., Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil, ana_albuquerque@id.uff.br;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14382 | Poster ID 2252

TOOLS AND SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF SATELLITE OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA DISTRIBUTION VIA THE PO.DAAC

Tsontos, V. M., NASA JPL / Cal Tech, USA, vardis.m.tsontos@jpl.nasa.gov; Thompson, C. K., NASA JPL / Cal Tech, , Charles.K.Thompson@jpl.nasa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14524 | Poster ID 2253

THE NOAA EXTENDED RECONSTRACTED SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE (ERSST.V4)

Liu, W., CICS-NC, NCSU, USA, wliu12@ncsu.edu; Huang, B., NOAA NCDC, USA, boyin.huang@noaa.gov; Thorne, P., CICS-NC, NCSU, USA, peter@peter-thorne.net; Lawrimore, J., NOAA NCDC, USA, jay.lawrimore@noaa.gov; Banzon, V., NOAA NCDC, USA, viva.banzon@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14948 | Poster ID 2254

EFFECTS OF PATHOLOGY AND MICRO-BIOEROSION ON CORAL SKELETON GEOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION

Brahmi, C., Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France, chloe.brahmi@ird.fr; Tribollet , A., Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France, aline.tribollet@ird.fr; Le Cornec, F., Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France, florence.le_cornec@ird.fr; Lazareth, C. E., Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France, claire.lazareth@ird.fr; Dissard, D., Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, France, delphine.dissard@ird.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15007 | Poster ID 2291

BCO-DMO: IMPROVING DATA DISCOVERY AND ACCESS FOR OCEAN SCIENCE RESEARCH

Chandler, C. L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, cchandler@whoi.edu; Groman, R. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rgroman@whoi.edu; Allison, M. D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dallison@whoi.edu; Wiebe, P. H., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, pwiebe@whoi.edu; Glover, D. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, dglover@whoi.edu;

ePoster Link: http://bco-dmo.org

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15132 | Poster ID 2292

USING STOQS FOR ANALYSIS AND VISUALIZATION OF BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY DATA

McCann, M. P., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, mccann@mbari.org; Harvey, J. B., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, jharvey@mbari.org; Michisaki, R. M., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, reiko@mbari.org; Chavez, F. P., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, chfr@mbari.org; Vrijenhoek, R. C., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, , vrijen@mbari.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/using-stoqs-for-analysis-and-visualization-of-biological-oceanography-data-2

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15203 | Poster ID 2293

MULTI-SCALE AND

Chin, T. M., JPL / CalTech, USA, mike.chin@jpl.nasa.gov; Vazquez, J., JPL / CalTech, USA, ; Armstrong, E., JPL / CalTeach, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/Multi-scale_Ultra-high_Resolution_MUR-SST

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15344 | Poster ID 2294

RECONSTRUCTED OCEAN DATA SETS FOR CLIMATE MONITORING

Hamlington, B. D., CIRES/University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, Benjamin.Hamlington@Colorado.EDU; Strassburg, M. W., CCAR/University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, Mathew.Strassburg@Colorado.EDU; Leben, R. R., CCAR/University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, Robert.Leben@Colorado.EDU;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15827 | Poster ID 2295

SURFACE OCEAN CO2 ATLAS (SOCAT) VERSION 2 – A SHOWCASE FOR TRANSPARENT DATA MANAGEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

Pfeil, B., Geophysical Institute and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, University of Bergen, Norway, benjamin.pfeil@gfi.uib.no; Bakker, D., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, ; Olsen, A., Geophysical Institute and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, University of Bergen, Norway, ; Hankin, S., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA/PMEL), USA, ; Kozyr, A., Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC), USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.socat.info

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15845 | Poster ID 2296

NEW RELEASE OF DUACS PRODUCTS: 20 YEARS OF HIGH RESOLUTION SEA LEVEL TIME SERIES REPROCESSED

Pujol, M. I., CLS, France, mpujol@cls.fr; Faugere, Y., CLS, France, ; team, S., , France, ; Bronner, E., CNES, France, ; Picot, N., CNES, , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16274 | Poster ID 2297

GLOBAL OBSERVATIONS OF CDOM AND OCEAN COLOR FOR ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT

Aurin, D. A., SSAI, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, dirk.a.aurin@nasa.gov; Mannino, A., NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, antonio.mannino-1@nasa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16661 | Poster ID 2298

A COMPARISON OF MONTHLY CCI AND NCDC OI SST ANALYSES

Risien, C. M., Oregon State University, USA, crisien@coas.oregonstate.edu; Chelton, D. B., Oregon State University, USA, chelton@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/a-comparison-of-monthly-cci-and-ncdc-oi-sst-analyses

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16816 | Poster ID 2321

REAL-TIME DETECTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF OCEANOGRAPHIC EVENTS IN UNDERWATER SENSOR NETWORKS

Tomasi, B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, btomasi@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16868 | Poster ID 2322

HOW MUCH DO REFERENCE FRAME UNCERTAINTIES LIMIT OUR ABILITY TO DETERMINE SEA LEVEL CHANGE RATES?

Mitchum, G. T., College of Marine Science, USF, USA, mitchum@usf.edu; Bernier, N., Environment Canada, Canada, Natacha.Bernier@ec.gc.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17151 | Poster ID 2323

NORTH ATLANTIC OVERTURNING AND ABRUPT CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGHOUT THE LAST GLACIATION

Henry, L. G., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, lhenry@ldeo.columbia.edu; McManus, J. F., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, jmcmanus@ldeo.columbia.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17388 | Poster ID 2324

ANALYSIS OF A 25-YEAR MONTHLY CLIMATOLOGY OF OCEAN WATER VAPOR AND SURFACE WIND SPEEDS

Smith, D. K., Remote Sensing Systems, USA, smith@remss.com; Hilburn, K., Remote Sensing Systems, USA, hilburn@remss.com; Mears, C., Remote Sensing Systems, USA, mears@remss.com; Ricciardulli, L., Remote Sensing Systems, USA, ricciardulli@remss.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/poster/analysis-of-a-15-year-monthly-climatology-of-ocean-water-vapor-and-surface-wind-speeds

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17394 | Poster ID 2325

PROXY RECONSTRUCTIONS OF ARCTIC-SUBARCTIC SEA ICE COVER VARIATIONS AT MILLENNIAL TIME SCALES DURING THE HOLOCENE

de Vernal, A., GEOTOP-UQAM, Canada, devernal.anne@uqam.ca; Fréchette, B., GEOTOP-UQAM, Canada, ; Hillaire-Marcel, C., GEOTOP-UQAM, Canada, ; Rochon, A., ISMER-UQAR, Canada, ; Solignac, S., GEOTOP-UQAM, Canada, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17747 | Poster ID 2326

REMOTE SENSING BLEACHING PREDICTION AND SPATIAL TEMPERATURE VARIATION AT THE PALMYRA ATOLL

Bartz, R. J., University of Miami, USA, jbartz@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17866 | Poster ID 2327

AN EFFECTIVE LOSSLESS COMPRESSION METHOD FOR OCEAN MODEL OUTPUT ARRAYS

LIU, S. B., Tsinghua University, China, liusb08@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn; Huang, X. M., Tsinghua University, China, hxm@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn; Fu, H. H., Tsinghua University, China, haohuan@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn; Yang, G. W., Tsinghua University, China, ygw@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn;

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17905 | Poster ID 2328

CHARACTERIZING THE VIIRS SENSOR AND INVESTIGATING THE ARCTIC OCEANS USING THE OCEAN COLOR OPERATIONAL DATA FROM THE SUOMI NPP MISSION

Pratt, P. D., Northrop Grumman, USA, patty.pratt@ngc.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17949 | Poster ID 2341

IMPLEMENTATION OF REAL-TIME QAQC ON A CABLED OBSERVATORY

Jeffries, M. A., Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada, jeffries@uvic.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18064 | Poster ID 2342

IMPROVEMENTS TO REAL-TIME QUALITY CONTROL OF TAO HIGH-RESOLUTION DATA

Grissom, K., NOAA/National Data Buoy Center, USA, ; Petraitis, D., NOAA/National Data Buoy Center, USA, dawn.petraitis@noaa.gov; Fitzpatrick, P., Mississippi State University, Northern Gulf Institute, USA, fitz@gri.msstate.edu; Samiappan, S., Mississippi State University, USA, sathish@gri.msstate.edu ; Hill, C., NVision, NDBC, USA, chris.hill@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18069 | Poster ID 2343

MANAGING BIG OCEAN DATA AT THE US NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA CENTER

Casey, K. S., NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center, USA, kenneth.casey@noaa.gov;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/managing-big-ocean-data-at-the-us-national-oceanographic-data-center.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18070 | Poster ID 2344

A TWO-STAGE OPTIMAL INTERPOLATION SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ANALYSIS FOR REGIONAL CLIMATE APPLICATIONS

Banzon, V. F., NCDC/NOAA, USA, viva.banzon@noaa.gov; Reynolds, R. W., CICS-NC (retired), USA, richard.william.reynolds@gmail.com; Kearns, E. J., NCDC/NOAA, USA, ed.kearns@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18071 | Poster ID 2345

THE APPLICATION OF CLASS TO NOAA’S BIG DATA CHALLENGES

Kearns, E. J., NCDC/NOAA, USA, ed.kearns@noaa.gov; Ritchey, N., NCDC/NOAA, USA, nancy.ritchey@noaa.gov; Morris, J., NCDC/NOAA, USA, jay.morris@noaa.gov; Carter, D., NCDC/NOAA, USA, dean.carter@noaa.gov; Casey, K., NODC/NOAA, USA, kenneth.casey@noaa.gov;

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 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13063 | Poster ID 343

COPPER-LIGAND COMPLEXATION AT SHALLOW WATER HYDROTHERMAL VENTS OFF THE COAST OF MILOS AND DOMINICA

Kleint, C., Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, c.kleint@jacobs-university.de; Koschinsky, A., Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, a.koschinsky@jacobs-university.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13502 | Poster ID 344

DISTRIBUTION AND SPECIATION OF DISSOLVED ZINC IN THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC AND ITS ADJACENT SEAS

Kim, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, tjkim@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Kondo, Y., National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, ykondo@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Obata, H., The University of Tokyo, Japan, obata@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Gamo, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, gamo@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13696 | Poster ID 345

INTERCOMPARISON OF ESTIMATING METAL BINDING LIGAND PARAMETERS FROM SIMULATED TITRATION DATA USING DIFFERENT FITTING APPROACHES

Pizeta, I., Ruder Boskovic Institute, Laboratory for Physical Chemistry of Traces , Croatia, pizeta@irb.hr; Sander, S. G., University of Otago, NIWA/UO Research Centre for Oceanography, New Zealand, sylvia.sander@otago.ac.nz; other 13 participants of the intercalibration , A., , , ;

ePoster Link: http://neon.otago.ac.nz/research/scor/index.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13993 | Poster ID 346

CYCLING OF STRONG AND WEAK IRON-BINDING LIGANDS DURING AND AFTER A SIMULATED PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM

Bundy, R. M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, rmbundy@ucsd.edu; Barbeau, K. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, kbarbeau@ucsd.edu; Carter, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, mlcarter@ucsd.edu; Fukuda, T. L., University of California Davis, USA, tlfukuda@ucdavis.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14441 | Poster ID 347

ASSESSMENT OF MARINE IRON CYCLE SIMULATION WITH EXPLICIT IRON-LIGAND COUPLING

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14711 | Poster ID 348

INFLUENCE OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON TRACE METAL SPECIATION

Achterberg, E. P., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, eric@noc.soton.ac.uk; Li, K., Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China, likeqiang@ouc.edu.cn; Gledhill, M., GEOMAR, Germany, mgledhill@geomar.de; Rijkenberg, M., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research , Netherlands, micha.rijkenberg@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14850 | Poster ID 349

SPECIATION OF IRON BY CATALYTIC CATHODIC STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY USING SALICYLALDOXIME IN THE PRESENCE OF AIR

van den Berg, C. M., Liverpool University, United Kingdom, vandenberg@liv.ac.uk; Alhaija, M., Liverpool University, United Kingdom, haija@liv.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14873 | Poster ID 350

ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MARINE SIDEROPHORES

Farst, C. M., Florida State University, USA, cmf09d@my.fsu.edu; Landing, W. M., Florida State University, USA, wlanding@fsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14905 | Poster ID 368

A METHOD FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF COPPER-BINDING HUMICS USING VOLTAMMETRY

Whitby, H., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, h.whitby@liv.ac.uk; van den Berg, C. M., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, sn35@liv.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15668 | Poster ID 369

THEORETICAL APPROACH ON DETERMINATION OF CONDITIONAL STABILITY CONSTANTS AND CORRESPONDING LIGAND CONCENTRATIONS FOR ORGANIC METAL COMPLEX IN SEAWATER

Hirose, K., Sophia University, Japan, hirose45037@mail2.accsnet.ne.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15744 | Poster ID 370

OXIDATION OF FERROUS IRON IN THE PRESENCE OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES WITH DIFFERENT ORIGINS AT PH 7.0-8.0

Kikuchi, T., Department of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, kikuchi.t.aj@m.titech.ac.jp; Koumei, T., Department of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, terao.k.ab@m.titech.ac.jp; Fujii, M., Department of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, fujii.m.ah@m.titech.ac.jp ; Yoshimura, C., Department of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, yoshimura.c.aa@m.titech.ac.jp ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16260 | Poster ID 371

IRON-BINDING LIGANDS IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT: INSIGHTS FROM CLIVAR, GEOTRACES AND INCUBATION EXPERIMENTS

Buck, K. N., University of South Florida, USA, kristen.buck@bios.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16782 | Poster ID 372

CHARACTERIZATION OF MARINE ORGANIC TRACE METAL LIGANDS WITH HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY

Boiteau, R. M., MIT/WHOI Joint Program, USA, rboiteau@mit.edu; Repeta, D. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, drepeta@whoi.edu; Fitzsimmons, J. N., MIT/WHOI Joint Program, USA, jessfitz@mit.edu; Boyle, E. A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, eaboyle@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16937 | Poster ID 373

AEROSOL WATER SOLUBLE ORGANIC MATTER MOLECULAR CHARACTERISTICS AND IRON SOLUBILITY FROM THE 2010-11 US GEOTRACES CRUISES IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

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

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17684 | Poster ID 374

PROBING THE CHEMICAL SPECIATION OF COBALT: PRESERVATION ARTIFACTS AND REDOX SENSITIVE LIGANDS

Noble, A. E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, anoble@mit.edu; Held, N., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Saito, M. A., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, msaito@whoi.edu;

117 - Benthic-pelagic coupling and exchange across the sediment-water interface

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13003 | Poster ID 519

SCAVENGING DYNAMICS OF JELLYFISH VERSUS FISH FALLS AT THE DEEP-SEA FLOOR

Sweetman, A. K., International Research Institute of Stavanger, Norway, Andrew.Sweetman@iris.no; Smith, C. R., University of Hawaii, USA, craigsmi@hawaii.edu; Jones, D., National Oceanography Center, Southampton, United Kingdom, dj1@noc.soton.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13110 | Poster ID 520

SHIPBOARD MEASUREMENTS OF SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION PROCESSES – A NEW ANNULAR FLUME (CORE MINI FLUME)

Thompson, C., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, celt1@noc.soton.ac.uk; Couceiro, F., University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, Fay.Couceiro@port.ac.uk; Fones, G. R., University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, Gary.Fones@port.ac.uk; Amos, C. L., University of Southampton, United Kingdom, cla8@noc.soton.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13415 | Poster ID 521

DIFFUSIVE BOUNDARY LAYER INFLUENCED BY DYNAMICS OF BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYER IN TIDAL FLOWS

Wang, J., Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, wjn@qdio.ac.cn; Wei, H., Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China, ; Lu, Y., Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada, ; Zhao, L., Tianjin University of Science and Technology, China, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13609 | Poster ID 522

ENHANCED ALKALINITY PRODUCTION IN INTERTIDAL SANDS FROM THE OOSTERSCHELDE (THE NETHERLANDS) INDUCED BY THE LUGWORM ARENICOLA MARINA

Rao, A. M., Université du Québec à Rimouski, Canada, alexandra_rao@uqar.ca; Malkin, S. Y., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, sairah.malkin@nioz.nl; Meysman, F. J., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, filip.meysman@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13999 | Poster ID 523

RADIOCARBON VALUES OF METHANE AND DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON (DIC) IN SANTA BARBARA BASIN SEDIMENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CARBON CYCLING BELOW THE SULFATE ZONE

Komada, T., San Francisco State University, USA, tkomada@sfsu.edu; Burdige, D. J., Old Dominion University, USA, dburdige@odu.edu; Cada, A. K., San Francisco State University, USA, kingcada@mail.sfsu.edu; Chanton, J., Florida State University, USA, jchanton@mailer.fsu.edu; Magen, C., University of Maryland, USA, cedric.magen@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14517 | Poster ID 524

MEASURING BENTHIC OXYGEN AND NUTRIENT FLUXES IN OREGON CONTINENTAL SHELF SEDIMENTS WITH SEASONAL VARIATION

Chace, P. J., Monmouth Univeristy, USA, peter.j.chace@gmail.com; Reimers, C. E., Oregon State University, USA, creimers@coas.oregonstate.edu; Sanders, R. D., Oregon State University, USA, rsanders@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14781 | Poster ID 525

LINEAR PORE WATER GRADIENTS IN CONTINENTAL MARGIN SEDIMENTS DO NOT NECESSARILY IMPLY A DIFFUSION-ONLY, NO-REACTION ZONE

Burdige, D. J., Dept. of OEAS, Old Dominion University, USA, dburdige@odu.edu; Komada, T., Romberg Tiburon Center, San Francisco State University, USA, tkomada@sfsu.edu; Chanton, J. P., Dept. of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Florida State University, USA, jchanton@fsu.edu; Magnen, C., Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland, USA, cedric.magen@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15100 | Poster ID 526

MANGANESE, IRON, AND NUTRIENT SEDIMENT-WATER EXCHANGE DURING A HYPOXIC EVENT IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

McManus, J., University of Akron, USA, jmcmanus@uakron.edu; Berelson, W. M., University of Southern California, USA, berelson@usc.edu; Severmann, S., Rutgers University, USA, silke@marine.rutgers.edu; Muratli, J., Oregon State University, USA, jmuratli@coas.oregonstate.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15118 | Poster ID 527

EXPORT OF PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM MATERIAL FROM THE CONTINENTAL SHELF TO UPPER SLOPE OFF LONG BAY (SE US) -- EVIDENCE FROM MOORED TIME-SERIES OBSERVATIONS

Robertson, C. Y., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, charles.robertson@skio.uga.edu; Nelson, J. R., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, jim.nelson@skio.uga.edu; Amft, J. A., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, , julie.amft@skio.uga.edu; Seim, H. E., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, harvey_seim@unc.edu; Edwards, C. R., Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, USA, catherine.edwards@skio.uga.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.skio.uga.edu

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15159 | Poster ID 528

FLUX MEASUREMENTS OF DISSOLVED MANGANESE AND IRON IN MARINE SEDIMENTS: CLASSICAL 1-D VERSUS MULTI-D APPROACHES

Soto Neira, J. P., Stony Brook University, USA, jsotoneira@gmail.com; Zhu, Q. Z., Stony Brook University, USA, qing.zhu@stonybrook.edu; Aller, R. C., Stony Brook University, USA, robert.aller@stonybrook.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15222 | Poster ID 529

PHOTOCHEMICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE ALGAL TOXIN PBTX-2 ON RESUSPENDED SEDIMENTS IN COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS

Mead, R. N., UNCW, USA, meadr@uncw.edu; Avery, G. B., UNCW, USA, brooksg@uncw.edu; Helms, J. R., UNCW, USA, helmsj@uncw.edu; Kieber, R. J., UNCW, USA, kieberr@uncw.edu; Skrabal, S. A., UNCW, USA, skrabals@uncw.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15228 | Poster ID 530

SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION IN THE DEEP GULF OF MEXICO AFFECTS REDISTRIBUTION AND TRANSFORMATION OF (OIL-RICH) POM

Ziervogel, K., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA, ziervoge@email.unc.edu; Sweet, J., University of California-Santa Barbara, USA, julia.sweet@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Passow , U., University of California-Santa Barbara, USA, uta.passow@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Juhl, A., Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, USA, andyjuhl@ldeo.columbia.edu; Arnosti, C., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA, carolarnosti@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15288 | Poster ID 531

EXPORT, SEDIMENT TRAPS AND SEDIMENT DIAGENESIS PROVIDE EVIDENCE OF OMZ IMPACT ON PELAGIC-BENTHIC COUPLING IN THE ETSP

Berelson, W., University of Southern California, USA, berelson@usc.edu; Prokopenko, M., Pomona College, USA, ; Haskell, W., University of Southern California, USA, ; Capone, D., University of Southern California, USA, ; Knapp, A., Florida State University, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15874 | Poster ID 532

DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON FLUXES OF SEDIMENTS FROM THE NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA

Ho, C. Y., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, marineking1207@gmail.com; Hung, C. C., National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan ROC, cchung@mail.nsysu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16065 | Poster ID 533

DEVELOPMENT OF MATERIAL DYNAMICS MODEL FOR IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF SEDIMENT IN COASTAL AREA

Tsukahara, Y., Osaka Prefecture Univ., Japan, tsukahara_y@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Nakatani, N., Osaka Prefecture Univ., Japan, nakatani@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Yamazaki, T., Osaka Prefecture Univ., Japan, yamazaki@marine.osakafu-u.ac.jp;

ePoster Link: http://

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16639 | Poster ID 534

VENUS OCEAN OBSERVATORY MEASUREMENTS OF BENTHIC OXYGEN AND HEAT FLUXES

Sanders, R. D., OSU College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, rsanders@coas.oregonstate.edu; Reimers, C. E., OSU College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, creimers@coas.oregonstate.edu; Albright, A., OSU College of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, USA, aalbrigh@coas.oregonstate.edu; Dewey, R., UV Victoria Experimental Network Under the Sea, Canada, rdewey@uvic.ca; Macoun, P., UV Victoria Experimental Network Under the Sea, Canada, pmacoun@uvic.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/venus-ocean-observatory-measurements-of-benthic-oxygen-and-heat-fluxes.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16766 | Poster ID 535

WILL DNRA STILL MATTER IN SHALLOW ESTUARIES WITH LOWER THAN EXPECTED CONTRIBUTION OF BENTHIC N FLUXES TO PRIMARY PRODUCTION?

Mortazavi, B., University of Alabama, USA, bmortazavi@ua.edu; Bernard, R. J., University of Alabama, USA, rjbernard@ua.edu; Kleinhuizen, A., University of Alabama, USA, akleinhu@gmail.com; Riggs, A., LSU, USA, riggs.ashley.a@gmail.com; Ortmann, A., University of South Alabama, USA, aortmann@disl.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16997 | Poster ID 536

ECOSYSTEM SERVICES PROVIDED BY HYPORHEIC EXCHANGE AT THE DUNE SCALE: INSIGHTS FROM ANALYTICAL SOLUTIONS

Grant, S. B., University of California, Irvine, USA, sbgrant@uci.edu; Azizian, M., University of California, Irvine, USA, azizianm@uci.edu;

ePoster Link: http://water-pire.uci.edu/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17105 | Poster ID 537

BENTHIC FLUXES OF METALS FROM BOSTON HARBOR SEDIMENTS: MECHANISMS AND MEASURES

Kalnejais, L. H., University of New Hampshire, USA, linda.kalnejais@unh.edu; Martin, W. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, wmartin@whoi.edu; Bothner, M. H., United States Geological Survey, USA, mbothner@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17363 | Poster ID 563

QUANTIFYING REACTIVE IRON AND ASSOCIATED PHOSPHORUS IN SEDIMENTS: DO DIFFERENT SELECTIVE LEACHING METHODS YIELD COMPARABLE RESULTS?

MacDonald, K. R., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, macdonald.kr@gmail.com; Ruttenberg, K. C., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, kcr@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17662 | Poster ID 564

CONTRIBUTION OF COCCOLITHOPHORES TO CACO3 FLUXES IN ALFONSO BASIN: A SEDIMENT TRAP STUDY

Rochin B., H., Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Mexico, rochin_h11@hotmail.com; Cortés M., M. Y., Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, Mexico, mycortes@uabcs.mx; Aguirre-Bahena, F., Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Mexico, faguirrebahena@gmail.com; Silverberg, N., Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Mexico, silverb@ipn.mx; Bollmann, J., University of Toronto, Canada, bollmann@es.utoronto.ca;

119 - Highly nonlinear internal waves and bores in shallow water

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13102 | Poster ID 1031

CONNECTING WIND-DRIVEN UPWELLING AND OFFSHORE STRATIFICATION TO NEARSHORE INTERNAL BORES AND OXYGEN VARIABILITY

Walter, R. K., Stanford University, USA, ryankwalter@gmail.com; Woodson, C. B., University of Georgia, USA, bwoodson@uga.edu; Leary, P. R., Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station, USA, prleary@stanford.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/connecting-wind-driven-upwelling-and-offshore-stratification-to-nearshore-internal-bores-and-oxygen.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13316 | Poster ID 1060

THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE AND ENERGETICS OF BREAKING INTERNAL WAVES ON SLOPES

Arthur, R. S., Stanford University, USA, barthur@stanford.edu; Fringer, O. B., Stanford Univeristy, USA, fringer@stanford.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-three-dimensional-structure-and-energetics-of-breaking-internal-waves-on-slopes-1.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13394 | Poster ID 1061

NONLINEAR INTERNAL WAVES ON THE WASHINGTON CONTINENTAL SHELF

Zhang, S., Applied Physics Lab., University of Washington, USA, shzhang@apl.washington.edu; Alford, M. H., Applied Physics Lab., University of Washington, USA, malford@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13792 | Poster ID 1062

HYPERBOLICITY OF THE MULTI-LAYER SHALLOW WATER MODEL WITH FREE SURFACE

Monjarret, R., University of Toulouse, France, ronan.monjarret@math.univ-toulouse.fr; Vila, J. P., , , ; Baraille, R., , , ; Chazel, F., , , ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13988 | Poster ID 1063

BLOCKING AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CONTINUOUSLY STRATIFIED HYDRAULIC CONTROL IN STEADY FLOW OVER TOPOGRAPHY

Armi, L., University of California San Diego/ SIO, USA, larmi@ucsd.edu; Winters, K., University of California San Diego/ SIO, USA, kraig@coast.ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14009 | Poster ID 1064

ALONG- AND ACROSS-SHORE PROPAGATION PROPERTIES OF NONLINEAR INTERNAL WAVES FROM A BROAD ARRAY OF BOTTOM PRESSURE SENSORS IN MASSACHUSETTS BAY

Thomas, J. A., Oregon State University, USA, jthomas@coas.oregonstate.edu; Lerczak, J. A., Oregon State University, USA, jlerczak@coas.oregonstate.edu; Moum, J. N., Oregon State University, USA, moum@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/along-and-across-shore-propagation-properties-of-nonlinear-internal-waves-from-a-broad-array-of.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14139 | Poster ID 1065

MODULATION INSTABILITY OF WAVES IN THE PRESENCE OF CURRENT

Shugan, I. V., National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan ROC, ishugan@rambler.ru; Hwung, H. H., National Cheng Kung University, , hhhwung@mail.ncku.edu.tw; Yang, R. Y., National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan ROC, ryyang@mail.ncku.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14195 | Poster ID 1066

ANALYSIS OF VADCP SIGNALS IN A STRATIFIED WATER COLUMN

Boll, W. D., Old Dominion University, USA, wboll003@odu.edu; Grosch, C. E., Old Dominion University, USA, enright@ccpo.odu.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/analysis-of-vadcp-signals-in-a-stratified-water-column.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15717 | Poster ID 1127

NONLINEAR INTERNAL WAVE GENERATION AROUND ISLANDS IN KUROSHIO

Kodaira, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, kodaira@isea.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Waseda, T., The University of Tokyo, Japan, waseda@k.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Miyazawa, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, , miyazawa@jamstec.go.jp;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/nonlinear-internal-wave-generation-around-islands-in-kuroshio.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15753 | Poster ID 1128

DIRECT BREAKING OF LARGE-AMPLITUDE INTERNAL WAVES IN THE URUP STRAIT, KURIL ISLANDS

Itoh, S., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, itohsach@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Tanaka, Y., The University of Tokyo, Japan, yuki.tanaka@eps.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Osafune, S., Japan Agency for marine-earth science and technology, Japan, osafune@jamstec.go.jp; Yasuda, I., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, ichiro@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Yagi, M., Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo, Japan, yagi@aori.u-tokyo.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15859 | Poster ID 1129

INTERNAL BORES AND THEIR EFFECT ON TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY IN NEARSHORE OAHU

Smith, K. A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, kasmith6@hawaii.edu; Merrifield, M. A., University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, markm@soest.hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16541 | Poster ID 1130

NUMERICAL MODELING OF NONLINEAR AND NONHYDROSTATIC INTERNAL WAVES ON THE AUSTRALIAN NORTH WEST SHELF

Fringer, O. B., Stanford University, USA, ofringer@gmail.com; Wang, B., Stanford University, USA, bingwangice@gmail.com; Jones, N. L., University of Western Australia, Australia, nicole.jones@uwa.edu.au; Ivey, G. N., University of Western Australia, Australia, greg.ivey@uwa.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17322 | Poster ID 1131

USING INNER-SHELF INTERNAL WAVE INDICES TO DETERMINE THE RECRUITMENT OF INTERTIDAL INVERTEBRATES

Barth, J. A., Oregon State University, USA, barth@coas.oregonstate.edu; Suanda, S. A., Oregon State University, USA, asuanda@coas.oregonstate.edu; Dudas, S. E., Vancouver Island University, Canada, Sarah.Dudas@viu.ca; Menge, B. A., Oregon State University, USA, MengeB@oregonstate.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17876 | Poster ID 1132

ISLA NATIVIDAD NEARSHORE DYNAMICS

Alnajjar, M. W., Stanford University, USA, maha119k@stanford.edu; Woodson, C. B., University of Georgia, USA, bwoodson@uga.edu; Monismith, S. G., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu; Micheli, F., Stanford University, USA, micheli@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17877 | Poster ID 1133

MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL WAVES ON THE NEW JERSEY CONTINENTAL SHELF

BADIEY, M., University of Delaware, USA, badiey@udel.edu; WAN, L., University of Delaware, USA, wan@udel.edu; LYNCH, J. F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jlynch@udel.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17953 | Poster ID 1164

INVESTIGATION OF LOCK RELEASE GRAVITY CURRENTS IN AN UPSLOPE VALLEY

Jones, C. S., University of California, San Diego, USA, csjones@ucsd.edu; Cenedese, C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ccenedese@whoi.edu; Chassignet, E. P., Florida State University, USA, echassignet@fsu.edu; Linden, P. F., University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, p.f.linden@damtp.cam.ac.uk; Sutherland, B. R., University of Alberta, Canada, bsuther@ualberta.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18002 | Poster ID 1165

OBSERVATIONS OF THE BOUNDARY LAYER UNDER SHOALING NONLINEAR INTERNAL WAVES ON THE MONTEREY BAY CONTINENTAL SHELF

Shaw, W. J., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, wjshaw@nps.edu; Stanton, T. P., Naval Postgraduate School, USA, stanton@nps.edu; McPhee-Shaw, E. E., Moss Landing Marine Labs, USA, eshaw@mlml.calstate.edu; Cheriton, O. M., U.S. Geological Society, , ocheriton@usgs.gov;

131 - Submarine canyons: oceanographic conditions, geological features, and ecological settings

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13277 | Poster ID 581

SCIENCE FOR STEWARDSHIP: MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE FOR THE STUDY OF TWO MID-ATLANTIC CANYONS

Boland, G. S., Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USA, gregory.boland@boem.gov; Moore, J. D., Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USA, james.moore@boem.gov; Cantwell, K., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, kasey.cantwell@noaa.gov; Charles, C., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, colleen_charles@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14538 | Poster ID 582

GEOMORPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF FOUR SHELF-SOURCED SUBMARINE CANYONS ALONG THE U.S. MID-ATLANTIC MARGIN

Obelcz, J., United States Geological Survey, USA, jobelc1@tigers.lsu.edu; Brothers, D., United States Geological Survey, USA, dbrothers@usgs.gov; Chaytor, J., United States Geological Survey, USA, jchaytor@usgs.gov; ten Brink, U., United States Geological Survey, USA, utenbrink@usgs.gov; Ross, S. W., Univeristy of North Carolina, Wilmington, USA, rosss@uncw.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0967064513003445

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14634 | Poster ID 583

PARTICLE TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION IN THE NORFOLK AND BALTIMORE CANYON, NW ATLANTIC

Mienis, F., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, furu.mienis@nioz.nl; Duineveld, G., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, gerard.duineveld@nioz.nl; Robertson, C., School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, United Kingdom, osp004@bangor.ac.uk; Demopoulos, A., Southeast Ecological Science Center, US Geological Survey, USA, ademopoulos@usgs.gov; Davies, A., School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, United Kingdom, andrew.j.davies@bangor.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15155 | Poster ID 584

MORPHOLOGY OF THE CONTINENTAL SLOPE AND RISE OF THE SOUTHERN MID-ATLANTIC BIGHT

Lorentzen, P. W., College of Charleston, USA, pwlorent@g.cofc.edu; Younes, S. N., College of Charleston, USA, younessn@g.cofc.edu; Sautter, L. R., College of Charleston, USA, SautterL@g.cofc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15393 | Poster ID 585

BENTHIC EVENT DETECTORS: A NOVEL INSTRUMENT FOR CHARACTERIZING SEDIMENT TRANSPORT EVENTS

Kieft, B., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, bkieft@mbari.org; Paull, C., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, paull@mbari.org; Herlien, B., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, bobh@mbari.org; Klimov, D., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, klimov@mbari.org; Bird, L., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, bila@mbari.org;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/benthic-event-detectors-a-novel-instrument-for-characterizing-sediment-transport-events.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15850 | Poster ID 586

MIXING ON THE CANYON WALLS OF UPPER MONTEREY SUBMARINE CANYON

Wain, D. J., University of Bath, United Kingdom, d.j.wain@bath.ac.uk; Gregg, M. C., University of Washington, USA, gregg@apl.washington.edu; Alford, M. H., University of Washington, USA, malford@apl.washington.edu; Lien, R. C., University of Washington, USA, lien@apl.washington.edu; Carter, G. S., University of Hawaii, USA, gscarter@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15929 | Poster ID 608

IMPACT OF EXTREME EVENTS ON DEEP SEA ORGANIC CARBON BURIAL OFF SW TAIWAN

Tsai, P., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, r01241307@ntu.edu.tw; Su, C., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, donccsu@ntu.edu.tw ; Hsu, S., National Central University, Taiwan ROC, hsu@ncu.edu.tw; Chiu, H., National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC, sdchiu@oc.ntu.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16127 | Poster ID 609

SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN SUBMARINE CANYONS DOMINATED BY MASSIVE TERRIGENOUS DEPOSITS

Beckler, J. S., School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, jordonbeckler@gmail.com; Cathalot, C., Ifremer Brest, LEP, France, Cecile.Cathalot@ifremer.fr; Kiriazis, N., School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, nkiriazis3@gatech.edu; Rabouille, C., Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement, CEA-CNRS-UVSQ, France, christophe.rabouille@lsce.ipsl.fr; Taillefert, M., School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, mtaillef@eas.gatech.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16233 | Poster ID 610

SUBMARINE CANYONS OF NORTH-WESTERN SICILY (SOUTHERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA): MORPHOLOGIES, SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES AND EVOLUTION ON A TECTONICALLY ACTIVE MARGIN.

Lo Iacono, C., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, cllo@noc.ac.uk; Sulli, A., Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra e del Mare dell’Universita’ di Palermo , Italy, ; Agate, M., Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra e del Mare dell’Universita’ di Palermo, Italy, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16412 | Poster ID 611

NO TWO CANYONS ALIKE: DIFFERENCES IN DIVERSE FAUNAL AND HABITAT ASSEMBLAGES AMONG NORTHEAST ATLANTIC SUBMARINE CANYONS

Shank, T. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tshank@whoi.edu; Heyl, T. P., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, theyl@whoi.edu; Kinlan, B. P., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, brian.kinlan@gmail.com; Nizinski, M. S., National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA, nizinski@si.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16413 | Poster ID 612

VULNERABLE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS: VERTICAL WALL ASSEMBLAGES IN THE WHITTARD CANYON, NE ATLANTIC MARGIN

ALLCOCK, A. L., NUI Galway, Ireland, louise.allcock@nuigalway.ie; White, M., NUI Galway, Ireland, martin.white@nuigalway.ie; Johnson, M. P., NUI Galway, Ireland, ; Tyrrell, S., NUI Galway, Ireland, shane.tyrrell@nuigalway.ie; Wilson, A. M., NUI Galway, , wilson.m.annette@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16553 | Poster ID 613

KAIKOURA SUBMARINE CANYON, NEW ZEALAND: A RARE DEEP-SEA HABITAT WHERE LIFE ABOUNDS FROM MEIO- AND MACRO- TO MEGABENTHOS.

De Leo, F. C., Ocean Networks Canada - University of Victoria, BC, Canada, Canada, fdeleo@uvic.ca; Rowden, A. A., National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, New Zealand, New Zealand, Ashley.Rowden@niwa.co.nz; Leduc, D., National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, New Zealand, New Zealand, Daniel.Leduc@niwa.co.nz; Nodder, S. D., National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, New Zealand, New Zealand, Scott.Nodder@niwa.co.nz; Smith, C. R., Department of Oceanography, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, craigsmi@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17530 | Poster ID 614

USING WATER COLUMN CHARACTERISTICS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE CYCLING OF DISSOLVED AND PARTICULATE MATTER IN NORFOLK AND BALTIMORE CANYONS

Roark, E. B., Department of Geography, Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77843, USA, broark@geos.tamu.edu; Prouty, N. G., Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center, US Geological Survey, Santa Cruz, CA, 95060, , nprouty@usgs.gov; Davies, A. J., School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, Menai Bridge, , United Kingdom, andrew.j.davies@bangor.ac.uk; Demopoulos, A., Southeast Ecological Science Center, US Geological Survey, Gainesville, FL 32653, , USA, ademopoulos@usgs.gov; Mienis, F., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Department of Marine Geology, Texel, Netherlands, Furu.Mienis@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17790 | Poster ID 615

DEEP-SEA SEEP COMMUNITIES OF NORTHEAST US CANYONS

Wagner, J. S., Marine Laboratory, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, USA, jamie.ks.wagner@duke.edu; Ball, B., Marine Laboratory, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, USA, bernieb@duke.edu; Demopoulos, A., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, ademopoulos@usgs.gov; Shank, T., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tshank@whoi.edu; Van Dover, C. L., Marine Laboratory, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, USA, c.vandover@duke.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/deep-sea-seep-communities-of-northeast-us-canyons.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17886 | Poster ID 616

OBSERVED AND MODELED INTERNAL WAVES IN THE PETACALCO CANYON, MEXICO

Ruiz-Angulo, A., UNAM/CCA, Mexico, angel@atmosfera.unam.mx; Zavala-Hidalgo, J., UNAM/CCA, Mexico, jzavala@atmosfera.unam.mx; Zamudio, L., COAPS/NRL, , ; Osorio-Tai, M. E., UNAM/CCA, Mexico, tai@atmosfera.unam.mx;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18046 | Poster ID 617

BACTERIAL DIVERSITY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE COLD-WATER GORGONIAN PRIMNOA RESEDAEFORMIS IN NORFOLK AND BALTIMORE CANYONS

Kellogg, C. A., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, ckellogg@usgs.gov; Gray, M. A., U.S. Geological Survey, USA, mgray@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18060 | Poster ID 619

EXPLORATION OF SUBMARINE CANYONS OFF THE NORTHEAST UNITED STATES REVEALS DYNAMIC HABITATS AND DIVERSE ECOSYSTEMS

Nizinski, M. S., NOAA, NMFS, National Systematics Laboratory, USA, Martha.Nizinski@noaa.gov; Quattrini, A. M., Temple University, USA, andrea.quattrini@temple.edu; Demopoulos, A., US Geological Survey/SE Ecological Science Center, USA, ademopoulos@usgs.gov; Roark, E. B., Texas A&M University, USA, broark@geos.tamu.edu; Shank, T. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, tshank@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18127 | Poster ID 620

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF US ATLANTIC SUBMARINE CANYONS USING MULTIBEAM SONAR AND ROV VIDEO DATA

Cantwell, K., NOAA/OAR/Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, kasey.cantwell@noaa.gov; Malik, M., NOAA/NOS/OCS/Hydrographic Services and Technology Program, USA, mashkoor.malik@noaa.gov; Valette-Silver, N., NOAA/OAR/Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, nathalie.valette-silver@noaa.gov; Lobeker, E., NOAA/OAR/Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, USA, elizabeth.lobecker@noaa.gov; Reser, B., NOAA, NESDIS/NCDDC/OER/GDIT, USA, brendan.reser@noaa.gov;

133 - Dynamic physical and ecological drivers of marine metapopulation connectivity

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13077 | Poster ID 1231

INTRA-ANNUAL AND STOCHASTIC VARIABILITY IN CONNECTIVITY PATTERNS OF BLUE CRABS (CALLINECTES SAPIDUS) IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

Gyory, J., Tulane University, USA, jgyory@tulane.edu; Jones, B. T., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, btjones@mit.edu; Grey, E. K., University of Notre Dame, USA, erin.k.grey81@gmail.com; Taylor, C. Z., Tulane University, USA, caz@tulane.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13457 | Poster ID 1257

SURFACE GRAVITY WAVES TRANSPORTING PELAGIC FISH EGGS: STOKES DRIFT AND VERTICAL MIXING

Röhrs, J., Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway, johannes.rohrs@met.no; Sundby, S., Institute of Marine Research, Norway, svein.sunby@imr.no; Vikebø, F., Institute of Marine Research, Norway, frovik@imr.no; Christensen, K. H., Norwegain Meteorological Institute, Norway, kaihc@met.no;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13803 | Poster ID 1258

LARVAL RETENTION AND SEASONAL SHELF SEA GYRES: A MODELLING INVESTIGATION

Phelps, J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, Jack.Phelps@liverpool.ac.uk; Polton, J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, jelt@noc.ac.uk; Robinson, L., University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, robboleo@liverpool.ac.uk; Souza, A., National Oceanography Centre, , ajso@noc.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14075 | Poster ID 1259

LARVAL TRANSPORT UNDER A CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIO IN A STRENGTHENING WESTERN BOUNDARY CURRENT

Cetina-Heredia, P., UNSW, Coastal and Regional Oceanoraphy Lab, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Australia, p.cetinaheredia@unsw.edu.au; Roughan, M., UNSW, Coastal and Regional Oceanography Lab, School of Mathematics and Statistics & SIMS, Australia, m.roughan@unsw.edu.au; van Sebille, E., UNSW, Cliamte Change Research Centre & ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Science, Australia, e.vansebille@unsw.edu.au; Coleman, M. A., National Marine Science Centre and Department of Primary Industries, NSW Fisheries, Australia, melinda.coleman@dpi.nsw.gov.au; Feng, M., Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Research Flagship, , Ming.Feng@csiro.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14141 | Poster ID 1260

SUCCESSION FOLLOWING ERUPTIVE DISTURBANCE IN A DEEP-SEA HYDROTHERMAL VENT METACOMMUNITY: ALTERNATIVE STABLE STATE OR RETURN TO STATUS QUO?

Mills, S. W., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, smills@whoi.edu; Le Bris, N., Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6, France, lebris@obs-banyuls.fr; Beaulieu, S. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sbeaulieu@whoi.edu; Sievert, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ssievert@whoi.edu; Mullineaux, L. S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lmullineaux@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14407 | Poster ID 1261

INFERRING CONNECTIVITY AMONG POPULATIONS OF THE BLUE MUSSEL USING TRACE ELEMENT SIGNATURES: SPATIAL RESOLUTION AND LARVAL FIDELITY

Bulseco-McKim, A., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, ashley.bulseco001@umb.edu; Hannigan, R., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, robyn.hannigan@umb.edu; Etter, R., University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, ron.etter@umb.edu; Yund, P., Downeast Institute for Applied Marine Research & Education, USA, pyund@downeastinstitute.org;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14418 | Poster ID 1262

USING CONNECTIVITY MODELING SYSTEM TO RE-CREATE THE LIONFISH INVASION TO TEST INITIAL INVASION SCENARIOS AND EVALUATE METAPOPULATION CONNECTEDNESS

Lazarre, D. M., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, dlazarre@rsmas.miami.edu; Paris-Limouzy, C. B., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, cparis@rsmas.miami.edu; Die, D. J., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, ddie@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14560 | Poster ID 1279

LARVAL DISPERSAL OF HYDROTHERMAL VENT SPECIES IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC

Mitarai, S., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, satoshi@oist.jp; Nakamura, M., Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, masako.nakamura@oist.jp; Watanabe, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, hwatanabe@jamstec.go.jp; Shchepetkin, A., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, USA, alex@atmos.ucla.edu; McWilliams, J. C., University of California, Los Angeles, USA, jcm@atmos.ucla.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14721 | Poster ID 1280

EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE MOTILITY OF POCILLOPORA DAMICORNIS LARVAE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONNECTIVITY

Bramanti, L., UPMC, France, philebo@gmail.com; Edmunds, P. J., California State University Northridge, USA, peter.edmunds@csun.edu; Guizien, K., CNRS, France, guizien@obs-banyuls.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15301 | Poster ID 1281

MODELING THE SEASONAL DYNAMICS OF THE COPEPOD CENTROPAGES TYPICUS IN THE NORTHWESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA USING A 3D ECOSYSTEM MODEL

Carlotti, F., CNRS - Aix-Marseille Université, France, francois.carlotti@univ-amu.fr; Diaz, F., CNRS - Aix-Marseille Université, France, frederic.diaz@univ-amu.fr; Eisenhauer, L., CNRS - Aix-Marseille Université, France, ; Campbell, R., CNRS - Aix-Marseille Université, France, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15373 | Poster ID 1282

BEYOND CONNECTIVITY: HOW EMPIRICAL METHODS CAN QUANTIFY POPULATION PERSISTENCE TO IMPROVE MARINE PROTECTED AREA DESIGN

Burgess, S. C., University of California, Davis, USA, scburgess@ucdavis.edu; Nickols, K. J., Stanford University, USA, knickols@stanford.edu; Morgan, S. G., University of California, Davis, USA, sgmorgan@ucdavis.edu; Wilson, J. W., University of North Carolina, Wilmington, USA, whitejw@uncw.edu; Botsford, L. W., University of California, Davis, USA, lwbotsford@ucdavis.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15682 | Poster ID 1283

THE PHYLOGENY STRUCTURE OF KUROSHIO INDICATOR SPECIES SAGITTA ENFLATA

Choi, J. k., Inha University, Republic Of Korea, jkchoi@inha.ac.kr; Ju, S. E., Inha University, Republic Of Korea, comsa26@hanmail.net;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15869 | Poster ID 1284

MODELING LARVAL CONNECTIVITY OF CORAL REEF ORGANISMS IN THE KENYAN-TANZANIAN REGION

Mayorga Adame, C. G., Oregon State University, USA, cmayorga@coas.oregonstate.edu; Strub, T., Oregon State University , USA, tstrub@coas.oregonstate.edu; Batchelder , H. P., Oregon State University, USA, hbatchelder@coas.oregonstate.edu; Spitz , Y. H., Oregon State University, USA, yvette@coas.oregonstate.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/modeling-larval-connectivity-of-coral-reef-organisms-in-the-kenyan-tanzanian-region.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15990 | Poster ID 1297

GLOBAL OCEAN CONNECTIVITY

Watson, J. R., Princeton University, USA, jrwatson@princeton.edu; Jonsson, B., Princeton University, USA, bjonsson@princeton.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16474 | Poster ID 1298

COUPLED PHYSICAL-BIOLOGICAL NUMERICAL MODELING OF THE MIGRATION OF AMERICAN EEL LARVAE

Rypina, I. I., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, irypina@whoi.edu; Pratt, L. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, lpratt@whoi.edu; Llopiz, J. K., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jllopiz@whoi.edu; Lozier, M. S., Duke University, USA, s.lozier@duke.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16530 | Poster ID 1299

DECAPOD LARVAL CONNECTIVITY AND TRANSPORT PROCESSES BETWEEN MEDITERRANEAN AND ATLANTIC BASINS

Dos Santos, A., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, antonina@ipma.pt; Pires, R. F., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, ; Pan, M., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, ; Prieto, L., Instituto de Ciencias Marinas de Andalucía (CSIC), Spain, ; Santos, A. M., Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera, Portugal, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16683 | Poster ID 1300

HAWAII SHELL GAME: IDENTIFYING CRYPTIC SPECIES WITH PCR

Williams, J. J., Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, USA, jwilliams27@islander.tamucc.edu; Bennett, B., Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, USA, brenda.bennett100@gmail.com; Toonen, R. J., University of Hawaii, USA, toonen@hawaii.edu; Bird, C. E., Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, USA, chris.bird@tamucc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16880 | Poster ID 1301

OCEAN CIRCULATION AND REEF FISH CONNECTIVITY: KIMBE BAY CASE STUDY

Ji, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rji@whoi.edu; Jones, B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, btjones@whoi.edu; Choukroun, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, schoukroun@whoi.edu; Thorrold, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sthorrold@whoi.edu; Kellner, J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jkellner@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16995 | Poster ID 1302

ON THE PHYSICAL CONNECTIVITY ALONG THE BELIZE BARRIER REEF: AN ATMOSPHERIC-HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF LOCAL CIRCULATION ON LARVAL DISPERSAL

Lindo-Atichati, D., University of Miami, USA, dlindo@rsmas.miami.edu; Curcic, M., University of Miami, USA, mcurcic@rsmas.miami.edu; Paris Limouzy, C. B., University of Miami, USA, cparis@rsmas.miami.edu; Buston, P. M., Boston University, USA, buston@bu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17212 | Poster ID 1303

ARE COUPLED BIOPHYSICAL MODELS ABLE TO ADEQUATELY DESCRIBE LARVAL DISPERSAL IN REEF FISHES? AN EMPIRICAL TEST FROM KIMBE BAY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

Thorrold, S. R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, sthorrold@whoi.edu; Choukroun, S., James Cook University, Australia, schoukroun@whoi.edu; Ji, R., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rji@whoi.edu; Kellner, J. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jkellner@whoi.edu; Jones, G. P., James Cook University, Australia, geoffrey.jones@jcu.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17412 | Poster ID 1347

SPATIAL MODELING AND PARTITIONING ANALYSIS OF REEF FISH COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN A FRINGING REEF SYSTEM AND BANK REEFS OF THE CARIBBEAN AND GULF OF MEXICO

NUNEZ, E., UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DEL CARMEN, Mexico, elara@pampano.unacar.mx; PEREZ, M., UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DEL CARMEN, Mexico, maricarmen53@hotmail.com; Laffon, S., Universidad Autónoma del Carmen, Mexico, slaffon@hotmail.com;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/spatial-modeling-and-partitioning-analysis-of-reef-fish-community-composition-in-a-fringing-reef.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17911 | Poster ID 1348

ARE THE ISLANDS' KELP FORESTS BENTHIC COMMUNITIES DIFFERENT ALONG THE BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA? IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION.

Preciado-Perez, R., Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico, rpreciado21@uabc.edu.mx; Torres-Moye, G., Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico, gtorres@uabc.edu.mx; Montano-Moctezuma, C. G., Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico, gmontano21@uabc.edu.mx;

137 - North Atlantic ocean dynamics: from natural fluctuations to externally forced response

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13385 | Poster ID 2059

POTENTIAL VORTICITY BUDGETS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

Wienders, N., Florida State University, USA, wienders@fsu.edu; Deremble, B., Florida State University, USA, bderemble@fsu.edu; Dewar, W. K., Florida State University, USA, wdewar@fsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13591 | Poster ID 2060

SEASONAL TO INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN DENSITY AROUND THE CANARY ISLANDS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION AT 26.5°N

Duchez, A., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, A.Duchez@noc.ac.uk; Frajka-Williams, E., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, e.frajka-williams@noc.soton.ac.uk; Castro, N., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, nataliacp2@hotmail.com; Hirschi, J., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, joel.hirschi@noc.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13612 | Poster ID 2061

FRESHWATER PATHWAYS IN THE NORDIC SEAS FROM NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTS

Dukhovskoy, D. S., FSU, USA, ddukhovskoy@fsu.edu; Bourassa, M. A., FSU, USA, mbourassa@fsu.edu; Proshutinsky, A., WHOI, USA, aproshutinsky@whoi.edu; Timmermans, M. L., Yale University, USA, mary-louise.timmermans@yale.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13648 | Poster ID 2062

A SIMPLE BUDGET OF POTENTIAL VORTICITY (PV) IN THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC

Le Bras, I. A., MIT-WHOI Joint Program, USA, ilebras@whoi.edu; Toole, J. M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, jtoole@whoi.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13754 | Poster ID 2063

THE COHERENCE OF INTERANNUAL ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL HEAT TRANSPORT ANOMALY IN CLIMATE MODELS

Zhang, J., University of Washington, USA, jtzhang@uw.edu; Kelly, K. A., University of Washington, USA, kkelly@apl.washington.edu; Thompson, L., University of Washington, USA, luanne@uw.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13768 | Poster ID 2064

ATLANTIC MERDICIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION RESPONSE TO WIND STRESS PERTURBATION

Dai, H., Peking University, China, dhj1986@gmail.com; Yang, H., Peking University, China, hjyang@pku.edu.cn ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13816 | Poster ID 2065

THE FATE OF NORTH ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL MODE WATER IN THE FLAME MODEL

Gary, S. F., Duke University, USA, stefan.gary@duke.edu; Lozier, M. S., Duke University, USA, mslozier@duke.edu; Kwon, Y. O., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ykwon@whoi.edu; Park, J. J., Kyungpook National University, Republic Of Korea, jjpark@knu.ac.kr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 12999 | Poster ID 2066

A SIMPLE MODEL OF THE RESPONSE OF THE ATLANTIC TO THE NORTH ATLANTIC OSCILLATION

Zhai, X., University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, xiaoming.zhai@uea.ac.uk; Johnson, H. L., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, helen.johnson@earth.ox.ac.uk; Marshall, D. P., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, marshall@atm.ox.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13051 | Poster ID 2067

EXTREME SEA LEVEL CHANGE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC DUE TO ENHANCED FRESHWATER INFLOW AROUND GREENLAND

Brunnabend, S. E., Utrecht University , Netherlands, S.H.Brunnabend@uu.nl; Dijkstra, H. A., Utrecht University, Netherlands, h.a.dijkstra@uu.nl; Kliphuis, M. A., Utrecht University, Netherlands, m.kliphuis@uu.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13082 | Poster ID 2068

THE RAPID PROGRAMME

Srokosz, M., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, mas@noc.ac.uk; Byfield, V., National Oceanography Centre, United Kingdom, valborg@noc.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.rapid.ac.uk/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13186 | Poster ID 2069

VOLUME AND POTENTIAL VORTICITY BUDGETS OF EIGHTEEN DEGREE WATER

Deremble, B., Florida State University, USA, bderemble@fsu.edu; Dewar, W. K., Florida State University, USA, dewar@ocean.fsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13359 | Poster ID 2070

PROPAGATION OF NON-PLANE BAROCLINIC ROSSBY WAVES IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC

Shimizu, K., Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany, kenji.shimizu@zmaw.de; Mueller, P., University of Hawaii, USA, pmuller@hawaii.edu; Marotzke, J., Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany, jochem.marotzke@zmaw.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13853 | Poster ID 2073

ON THE COHERENCE OF TRANSPORT AND POSITION BETWEEN THE GULF STREAM AND THE FLORIDA CURRENT

Sanchez-Franks, A., Stony Brook Universtiy, USA, alejandra.sanchezfranks@stonybrook.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/on-the-coherence-of-transport-and-position-between-the-gulf-stream-and-the-florida-current.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13885 | Poster ID 2074

DIRECT (ADCP) OBSERVATIONS OF CURRENT AND TOPOGRAPHY INTERACTIONS ACROSS THE ICELAND-FAROES-SHETLAND RIDGE

Childers, K. H., Stony Brook University, USA, katelin.childers@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13922 | Poster ID 2075

THE SOURCE OF THE CANARY CURRENT IN FALL 2009

Pérez-Hernández, M. D., Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, mdolores.perez@ulpgc.es; Hernández-Guerra, A., Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, ahernanddez@dfis.ulpgc.es; Vélez-Belchí, P., Instituto de Oceanografía y Cambio Global, Spain, ;

ePoster Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jgrc.20227

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14060 | Poster ID 2076

THE ROLE OF AMOC FOR SEQUESTERING HEAT IN A WARMING WORLD

Kostov, Y., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, ykostov@gmail.com; Marshall, J., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, jmarsh@mit.edu; Armour, K. C., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, karmour@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14194 | Poster ID 2077

VARIABILITY OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC CURRENT: HIGH RESOLUTION MODEL DATA VERSUS IN SITU MEASUREMENTS

Breckenfelder, T., Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Bremen , Germany, t.breckenfelder@uni-bremen.de; Rhein, M., Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Bremen , Germany, mrhein@physik.uni-bremen.de; Roessler, A., Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Bremen , Germany, a.roessler@uni-bremen.de; Behrens, E., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, ebehrens@geomar.de; Böning, C. W., GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany, cboening@geomar.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14204 | Poster ID 2078

PROPAGATION OF AMOC ANOMALIES IN A SIMPLIFIED LAYER MODEL

Doddridge, E., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Edward.Doddridge@magd.ox.ac.uk; Marshall, D., University of Oxford, United Kingdom, marshall@atm.ox.ac.uk;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/propagation-of-anomalies-in-the-atlantic-meridional-overturning-circulation.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14280 | Poster ID 2079

MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING TRANSPORTS AT 7.5N AND 24.5N IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN IN 1992-93 AND 2010-11

Hernández-Guerra, A., Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, alonso.hernandez@ulpgc.es; Pelegrí, J. L., Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Spain, pelegri@icm.csic.es;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14536 | Poster ID 2080

ROLES OF UPPER OCEAN AND ABYSSAL MIXING IN THE MOC

Griffiths, R. W., Australian National University, Australia, Ross.Griffiths@anu.edu.au; Vreugdenhil, C., Australian National University, Australia, catherine.vreugdenhil@anu.edu.au; Hogg, A. M., Australian National University, Australia, andy.hogg@anu.edu.au; Hughes, G. O., Australian National University, Australia, graham.hughes@anu.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14662 | Poster ID 2081

THE OCEAN-GENERATED COMPONENT OF THE LOW-FREQUENCY AMOC VARIABILITY

Gregorio, S. O., LGGE/CNRS, France, sandy.gregorio@hmg.inpg.fr; Penduff, T., LGGE/CNRS, France, Thierry.Penduff@hmg.inpg.fr; Serazin, G., LGGE/CNRS, France, guillaume.serazin@hmg.inpg.fr; Barnier, B., LGGE/CNRS, France, bernard.barnier@hmg.inpg.fr; Molines, J. M., LGGE/CNRS, France, molines@hmg.inpg.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-ocean-generated-component-of-the-low-frequency-amoc-variability.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14823 | Poster ID 2082

MECHANISMS FOR PERSISTENCE OF OCEAN THERMOHALINE ANOMALIES IN THE NORTHERN NORTH ATLANTIC

Årthun, M., Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Norway, marius.arthun@gfi.uib.no; Eldevik, T., Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Norway, ; Mork, K. A., Institute of Marine Research, and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Norway, ; Skagseth, Ø., Institute of Marine Research, and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Norway, ; Nilsen, J. E., Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre, and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Norway, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15130 | Poster ID 2083

POTENTIAL VORTICITY IN THE GULF STREAM AND LOOP CURRENT

Todd, R. E., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, rtodd@whoi.edu; Owens, W. B., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, bowens@whoi.edu; Rudnick, D. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA, drudnick@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15439 | Poster ID 2084

QUANTIFYING ACCELERATION OF SEA LEVEL RISE ALONG THE US EAST COAST IN A WARMING CLIMATE

Kenigson, J. S., University of Colorado Boulder, USA, jessica.kenigson@colorado.edu; Han, W., University of Colorado Boulder, USA, weiqing.han@colorado.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15599 | Poster ID 2085

THE SENSITIVITY OF THE CARBON CYCLE TO CHANGES IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERIC WESTERLY WINDS

Huiskamp, W. N., University of New South Wales, Australia, w.huiskamp@unsw.edu.au; Meissner, K. J., University of New South Wales, Australia, k.meissner@unsw.edu.au; England, M., University of New South Wales, Australia, m.england@unsw.edu.au; Turney, C., University of New South Wales, Australia, c.turney@unsw.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-sensitivity-of-the-carbon-cycle-to-changes-in-the-southern-hemispheric-westerly-winds.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15825 | Poster ID 2086

TWO STABLE EQUILIBRIA OF THE ATLANTIC SUBPOLAR GYRE

Born, A., University of Bern, Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research, Switzerland, born@climate.unibe.ch; Stocker, T. F., University of Bern, Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research, Switzerland, stocker@climate.unibe.ch;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16043 | Poster ID 2146

MODIFIED SEASONAL CYCLE IN THE ATLANTIC MERIDIONAL HEAT TRANSPORT IN A CLIMATE PROJECTION

Fischer, M., Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Germany, matthias.fischer@zmaw.de; Müller, W. A., Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany, ; Domeisen, D., Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Germany, ; Baehr, J., Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Germany, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16078 | Poster ID 2147

SOLAR FORCING OF NORTH ATLANTIC CLIMATE OVER THE LAST MILLENNIUM

Moffa-Sanchez, P., School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom, moffasanchezpl@cardiff.ac.uk; Born, A., Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research, Institute of Physics, University of Bern, Switzerland, ; Hall, I. R., School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom, Hall@cardiff.ac.uk; Thornalley, D., Geography Department, University College London, United Kingdom, ; Barker, S., School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom, BarkerS3@cardiff.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16097 | Poster ID 2148

HIGH LATITUDE ORIGINS OF NORTH ATLANTIC DEEP WATER AND ITS IMPACT ON THE MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION

Thomas, M. D., CNRS-Ifremer-UBO-IRD-UMR, France, matthew.thomas@ifremer.fr; Treguier, A., CNRS-Ifremer-UBO-IRD-UMR, France, Anne.Marie.Treguier@ifremer.fr; Blanke, B., CNRS-Ifremer-UBO-IRD-UMR, France, blanke@univ-brest.fr; Deshayes, J., CNRS-Ifremer-UBO-IRD-UMR, France, julie.deshayes@ird.fr; Grima, N., CNRS-Ifremer-UBO-IRD-UMR, France, Nicolas.Grima@univ-brest.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.embrace-project.eu/

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16105 | Poster ID 2149

ASSESSING HOLOCENE AND LAST INTERGLACIAL DEEP WATER FORMATION FLUCTUATIONS IN THE NORDIC SEAS BASED ON MICROFOSSIL ASSEMBLAGES

Van Nieuwenhove, N., Geotop, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, nvannieuwenhove.geotop@gmail.com; Bauch, H. A., GEOMAR, Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research/Mainz Academy of Sciences and Literature, Germany, hbauch@geomar.de; de Vernal, A., Geotop, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, devernal.anne@uqam.ca; Hillaire-Marcel, C., Geotop, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, hillaire-marcel.claude@uqam.ca; Bonnet, S., Geotop, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, sbrasta1@gmail.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16132 | Poster ID 2150

HUNTING FOR THE EUROPEAN SLOPE CURRENT

Porter, M., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, marie.porter@sams.ac.uk; Inall, M. E., Scottish Association for Marine Science, United Kingdom, ; Simpson, J. H., Bangor University, United Kingdom, ; Green, J. M., Bangor University, United Kingdom, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16761 | Poster ID 2151

EVIDENCE FOR A NON-LINEAR REGIME SHIFT IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN CIRCULATION AT THE ONSET OF THE LITTLE ICE AGE

Schleussner, C. F., Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany, schleussner@pik-potsdam.de; Divine, D., Norwegian Polar Institute, Fram Centre, Norway, divine@npolar.no; Donges, J. F., Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany, donges@pik-potsdam.de; Miettinen, A., Norwegian Polar Institute, Fram Centre, , arto.miettinen@helsinki.fi; Donner, R. V., Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany, donner@pik-potsdam.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17375 | Poster ID 2152

OCEAN DYNAMICS FROM SAND: HEINRICH LAYERS AND PAST NORTH ATLANTIC CIRCULATION

Dell, R. W., Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UCSD), USA, dell@ucsd.edu; Eisenman, I., Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UCSD), USA, eisenman@ucsd.edu; Severinghaus, J., Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UCSD), USA, jseveringhaus@ucsd.edu;

143 - Fram Strait - New insights into physical and biological processes in the Atlantic gateway to the Arctic Ocean and their linkages to climatic changes

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13020 | Poster ID 739

ON THE NATURE OF THE ATLANTIC WATER RECIRCULATION IN FRAM STRAIT

von Appen, W., Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven, Germany, Wilken-Jon.von.Appen@awi.de; Schauer, U., Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven, Germany, Ursula.Schauer@awi.de; Beszczynska-Möller, A., Institute of Oceanology PAS, Sopot, Poland, abesz@iopan.gda.pl; Fahrbach, E., Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven, Germany, Eberhard.Fahrbach@awi.de;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13143 | Poster ID 740

RETENTION OF ICE-ASSOCIATED AMPHIPODS: POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES FOR AN ICE-FREE ARCTIC OCEAN

Berge, J., University of Tromsø, Norway, jorgen.berge@uit.no; Øystein, V., Akvaplan-niva, Norway, oystein.varpe@akvaplan.niva.no; Moline, M., University of Delaware, USA, mmoline@udel.edu; Renaud, P., Akvaplan-niva, Norway, pr@akvaplan.niva.no; Falk-Petersen, S., Akvaplan-niva, Norway, stig.falk.petersen@akvaplan.niva.no;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13267 | Poster ID 741

REMOTE SENSING OF MASS CHANGES ON THE WEST SPITSBERGEN SHELF IN EASTERN FRAM STRAIT – PART OF THE REOCIRC PROJECT

Skogseth, R., The University Centre in Svalbard, Norway, Ragnheid.Skogseth@unis.no; Nilsen, F., The University Centre in Svalbard, Norway, Frank.Nilsen@unis.no; Ersdal, E. A., The University Centre in Svalbard, Norway, EliAnne.Ersdal@unis.no; Muus Falck, H., The University Centre in Svalbard, Norway, Eva.Falck@unis.no; Falck, E., The University Centre in Svalbard, Norway, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/remote-sensing-of-mass-changes-on-the-west-spitsbergen-shelf-in-eastern-fram-strait-part-of-the.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13657 | Poster ID 742

CONNECTING CHANGES IN THE INVENTORIES OF PACIFIC WATER, METEORIC WATER, AND SEA ICE MELT IN THE CENTRAL ARCTIC AND FRAM STRAIT, 1998-2011

Alkire, M. B., Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, malkire@apl.washington.edu; Morison, J., Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, morison@apl.washington.edu; Rigor, I., Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, ignatius@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13823 | Poster ID 743

REMOTE SENSING OF OCEAN CIRCULATION IN EASTERN FRAM STRAIT – PART THE REOCIRC PROJECT

Eli Anne Ersdal, E. E., University Center in Svalbard, Norway, elie@unis.no; Muchenhuber, S., University Center in Svalbard, Norway, Stefan.Muckenhuber@unis.no; Nilsen, F., University Center in Svalbard, Norway, frankn@unis.no; Skogseth, R., University Center in Svalbard, Norway, ragnheids@unis.no; Muus Falck, H., University Center in Svalbard, Norway, Havard.Falck@UNIS.no;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14697 | Poster ID 744

SCALES OF BIOLOGICAL PATCHINESS IN SURFACE WATERS OF FRAM STRAIT MARGINAL ICE ZONE IN SUMMER

Gluchowska, M., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, mgluchowska@iopan.gda.pl; Trudnowska, E., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ; Katarzyna Blachowiak-Samolyk, K., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ; Kwasniewski, S., Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15384 | Poster ID 745

PHYTOPLANKTON ACTIVITY IN THE GREENLAND SEA: BIO-FLOAT OBSERVATIONS IN ICE-COVERED WATERS

Matrai, P., Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA, pmatrai@bigelow.org; Steele, M., University of Washington, USA, mas@apl.washington.edu; Swift, D., University of Washington, USA, swift@ocean.washington.edu; Riser, S., University of Washington, USA, riser@ocean.washington.edu; Johnson, K., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA, johnson@mbari.org;

147 - Passive and Active Electromagnetic Remote Sensing of Air-Water Interfaces

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13224 | Poster ID 1316

A GLOBAL STUDY OF WHITECAP FRACTION AND ITS VARIABILITY USING SATELLITE-BASED OBSERVATIONS

Salisbury, D. J., University of Leeds, United Kingdom, eedjs@leeds.ac.uk; Anguelova, M. D., Naval Research Laboratory (Washington DC), USA, maggie.anguelova@nrl.navy.mil; Brooks, I. M., University of Leeds, United Kingdom, I.M.Brooks@leeds.ac.uk;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13388 | Poster ID 1317

VIDEO WHITECAP MEASUREMENTS IN MIXED SEAS

Schwendeman, M., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, mss28@u.washington.edu; Thomson, J., University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory, USA, jthomson@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13517 | Poster ID 1318

DIRECT ESTIMATION MODEL OF SEA STATE BIAS ON SATELLITE ALTIMETER

MIAO, H. L., Ocean University of China, China, oumhl@ouc.edu.cn; WANG, X., Ocean University of China, China, 471696363@qq.com; WANG, Y. Q., Ocean University of China, China, 312918657@qq.com; WANG, G. Z., Ocean University of China, China, wgzouc@ouc.edu.cn;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13523 | Poster ID 1319

COMPARISION OF TWO EMPIRICAL PARAMETRIC MODELS OF SEA STATE BIAS FOR ALTIMETER

WANG, G. Z., Ocean University of China, China, wgzouc@ouc.edu.cn; MIAO, H. L., Ocean University of China, China, ; ZHANG, J., First Institute of Oceanography, China, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13634 | Poster ID 1320

COMPARISONS OF OCEAN SURFACE WIND SPEEDS FROM CALIPSO, AMSR-E AND CLOUDSAT MEASUREMENTS

Xu, K. M., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, kuan-man.xu@nasa.gov; Hu, Y., NASA Langley Research Center, USA, yongxiang.hu-1@nasa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14048 | Poster ID 1321

EVALUATION AND INTERCOMPARISON OF GCOM-W1 STANDARD OCEAN PRODUCTS

Kubota, M., Tokai University, Japan, kubota@mercury.oi.u-tokai.ac.jp; Hihara, T., Tokai University, Japan, tsutomu@mercury.oi.u-tokai.ac.jp; Okuro, A., Tokai University, Japan, kuroatsu0109@mercury.oi.u-tokai.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14390 | Poster ID 1322

ADVANCED REMOTE SENSING OF OCEANIC INTERNAL WAVES BY SPACEBORNE ALONG-TRACK INTERFEROMETRIC SAR

Romeiser, R., University of Miami RSMAS, USA, rromeiser@rsmas.miami.edu; Graber, H. C., University of Miami RSMAS, USA, hgraber@rsmas.miami.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15366 | Poster ID 1323

REMOTE SENSING OF SUBMESOSCALE AND SURFACE WAVE PROCESSES ACROSS THE LOOP CURRENT

Lenain, L. G., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, llenain@ucsd.edu; Melville, W. K., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, kmelville@ucsd.edu; Romero, L., Earth Reserch Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, leromero@eri.ucsb.edu; Statom, N., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, nstatom@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16167 | Poster ID 1324

IMPROVEMENTS TO SHIPBOARD MARINE X-BAND RADAR SURFACE WAVE AND CURRENT RETRIEVAL

Lund, B., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, blund@rsmas.miami.edu; Collins, C. O., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, tcollins@rsmas.miami.edu; Graber, H. C., University of Miami - RSMAS, USA, hgraber@rsmas.miami.edu; Terrill, E., UC San Diego - Scripps, USA, eterrill@ucsd.edu; Herbers, T. H., Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, USA, thherber@nps.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/improvements-to-shipboard-marine-x-band-radar-surface-wave-and-current-retrieval.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16592 | Poster ID 1325

DETECTION OF FLOATING OIL ANOMALIES FROM THE DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL WITH SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR

Garcia-Pineda, O., Florida State University, USA, oscar.oggp@gmail.com; MacDonald, I., Florida State University, USA, oscar.oggp@gmail.com; Hu, C., University of South Florida, USA, huc@usf.edu; Svejkovsky, J., Ocean Imaging, USA, jan@oceani.com; Hess, M., Ocean Imaging, USA, mhess@oceani.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16787 | Poster ID 1326

THERMAL INFRARED SIGNATURES AND HEAT FLUXES OF SEA FOAM

Branch, R. A., Applied Physics Lab, University of Washington, USA, rbranch@apl.washington.edu; Chickadel, C. C., Applied Physics Lab, University of Washington, USA, chickadel@apl.washington.edu; Jessup, A. T., Applied Physics Lab, University of Washington, USA, jessup@apl.washington.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16979 | Poster ID 1327

WINDS OVER OIL: A COMPARISON OF DATA FROM SATELLITE, BUOYS, AND GRIDDED PRODUCTS

Bourassa, M. A., Florida State University, USA, mbourassa@fsu.edu; Steffen, J., Florida State University, USA, jsteffen@coaps.fsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17036 | Poster ID 1328

RECENT IMPROVEMENTS TO A MULTI-SENSOR SATELLITE-BASED RETRIEVAL OF NEAR-SURFACE HUMIDITY, TEMPERATURE, AND SURFACE HEAT FLUXES

Jackson, D. L., CIRES, USA, Darren.L.Jackson@noaa.gov; Wick, G. A., CIRES, USA, Gary.A.Wick@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17056 | Poster ID 1329

EXPLORING PATTERN RECOGNITION ENHANCEMENTS TO ACSPO CLEAR SKY MASK FOR VIIRS SST

Gladkova, I., City College of New York, USA, gladkova@cs.ccny.cuny.edu; Shahriar, F., Graduate Center of City University of New York, USA, fshahriar@gc.cuny.edu; Petrenko, B., NOAA/STAR & GST, Inc., USA, Boris.Petrenko@noaa.gov; Kihai, Y., NOAA/STAR & GST, Inc., USA, Yury.Kihai@noaa.gov; Ignatov, A., NOAA/STAR, USA, Alex.Ignatov@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17223 | Poster ID 1331

ADVANCED BATHYMETRY RETRIEVAL FROM SWELL PATTERNS IN HIGH-RESOLUTION SAR IMAGES

Monteiro, F. M., University of Miami, USA, fmonteiro@rsmas.miami.edu; Romeiser, R., University of Miami, USA, rromeiser@rsmas.miami.edu;

153 - Using Compound-Specific Stable Isotope Analysis to Advance Population and Community Ecology

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13688 | Poster ID 435

THE INFLUENCE OF DEPTH ON TROPHIC STRUCTURE AND FEEDING INTERACTIONS IN THE PELAGIC: EVIDENCE FROM MULTIPLE BIOCHEMICAL TRACERS

Choy, C. A., University of Hawaii, USA, cachoy@hawaii.edu; Popp, B. N., University of Hawaii, USA, popp@hawaii.edu; Hannides, C. C., University of Hawaii, USA, ceceliah@hawaii.edu; Blum, J. D., University of Michiga, USA, jdblum@umich.edu; Drazen, J. C., University of Hawaii, USA, jdrazen@hawaii.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13703 | Poster ID 436

ULTRA-SENSITIVE ANALYSIS OF NITROGEN ISOTOPE RATIO AND ITS APPLICATION TO CHLOROPHYLL FOR BIOGEOCHEMICAL STUDIES

Ogawa, N. O., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, nanaogawa@jamstec.go.jp; Suga, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, hsuga@jamstec.go.jp; Yoshikawa, C., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, yoshikawac@jamstec.go.jp; Ohkouchi, N., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan, nohkouchi@jamstec.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13940 | Poster ID 503

BULK AND COMPOUND-SPECIFIC ISOTOPE ANALYSIS OF TERRESTRIAL PLANT MATERIAL: HOW MANY SAMPLES ARE ENOUGH ?

OTHMAN-WILSON, A., UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, USA, ABBYWILS@HAWAII.EDU; JAHREN, A. H., UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, USA, JAHREN@HAWAII.EDU; SCHUBERT, B. A., UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA, USA, schubert@louisiana.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14063 | Poster ID 504

ROLE OF AMINO ACID METABOLISM: IMPLICATION FROM 13C-DEPLETED PROTEIN AMINO ACIDS FROM ANAEROBIC METHANOTROPHIC ARCHAEA OF ANME 1 AND ANME 2 GROUPS.

Takano, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, takano@jamstec.go.jp; Chikaraishi, Y., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), , ychikaraishi@jamstec.go.jp; Imachi, H., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, ; Krüger, M., Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Germany, ; Ohkouchi, N., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.jamstec.go.jp/seika/pub-j/res/ress/takano/index_e.html

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14555 | Poster ID 506

NITROGEN AND CARBON STABLE ISOTOPIC STUDIES OF FOOD CHAINS AT LOWER TROPHIC LEVELS IN THE WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC

Aita, M. N., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, macky@jamstec.go.jp; Kitamura, M., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, kitamura@jamstec.go.jp; Kobari, T., Kagoshima University, Japan, kobari@fish.kagoshima-u.ac.jp; Ishii, R., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, r.ishii@jamstec.go.jp; Wada, E., Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan, wadaei@jamstec.go.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14776 | Poster ID 507

THE d15N OF INTACT POLAR LIPIDS – METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND FIRST RESULTS

Svensson, E., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, elisabeth.svensson@nioz.nl; Schouten, S., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, stefan.schouten@nioz.nl; Hopmans, E. C., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, ellen.hopmans@nioz.nl; Middelburg, J. J., Utrecht University, Netherlands, J.B.M.Middelburg@uu.nl; Sinninghe Damsté, J. S., NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, jaap.damste@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15248 | Poster ID 508

INTEGRATING DIRECT AND ISOTOPIC MEASURES OF ANIMAL MOVEMENTS TO ESTIMATE THE WINTER DISTRIBUTION OF ANTARCTIC MARINE PREDATORS

Polito, M. J., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, mpolito@whoi.edu; Houghton, L., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ; Hinke, J., Southwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, USA, ; Goebel, M., Southwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, USA, ; Thorrold, S., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15965 | Poster ID 509

RESPONSE OF PHYTOPLANKTON TO RESOURCE LIMITATION – A COMPOUND SPECIFIC ISOTOPE STUDY ON SHIFTS IN MACROMOLECULE BIOSYNTHESIS

Grosse, J., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, julia.grosse@nioz.nl; Boschker, H. T., Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands, eric.boschker@nioz.nl;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16060 | Poster ID 510

A CENTURY OF AUSTRALIAN ECOSYSTEM SENSITIVITY ARCHIVED IN THE CARBON AND NITROGEN ISOTOPES OF DEEP-SEA CORAL AMINO ACIDS

Strzepek, K. M., Australian National University, Australia, kelly.strzepek@anu.edu.au; Revill, A. T., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, Andy.Revill@csiro.au; Thresher, R. E., CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Australia, Ron.Thresher@csiro.au; Smith, C. I., Latrobe University, Australia, Colin.Smith@latrobe.edu.au; Fallon, S. J., Australian National University, Australia, stewart.fallon@anu.edu.au;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16062 | Poster ID 512

AMINO ACIDS ALONG A SOUTH ATLANTIC TRANSECT (40 °S)

Sabadel, A. J., University of Otago, New Zealand, a.j.m.sabadel@gmail.com; Woodward, E. M., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, ; Van Hale, R., University of Otago, New Zealand, ; Frew, R. D., FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, Austria, ; Boyd, P. W., University of Tasmania, Australia, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16138 | Poster ID 513

DIET AND BEHAVIOR OF FINLESS PORPOISES, IN WESTERN KYUSHU, JAPAN, BASED ON STABLE ISOTOPES ANALYSES OF BULK AND AMINO ACIDS

Goto, H., Nagasaki University, Japan, bb53113014@cc.nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Umezawa, Y., Nagasaki University, Japan, bb53113014@cc.nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Amano, M., Nagasaki University, Japan, bb53113014@cc.nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Yoshimizu, C., Kyoto University, Japan, ; Tayasu, I., Kyoto University, Japan, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16509 | Poster ID 514

GREAT LAKES FOOD WEBS: INSIGHTS FROM STABLE AND RADIOISOTOPE ANALYSIS OF BULK AND MOLECULAR MATERIAL IN LAKE SUPERIOR

Kruger, B. R., Large Lakes Observatory- UMD, USA, rowl0067@d.umn.edu; Austin-Minor, E. C., Large Lakes Observatory- UMD , USA, eminor@d.umn.edu; Werne, J. P., University of Pittsburgh, USA, jwerne@pitt.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17520 | Poster ID 515

WHERE DID ALL THESE BLUE CRABS COME FROM? USING ISOTOPES TO DETERMINE THE MIGRATORY HISTORY OF THE RECENTLY DISCOVERED, OFFSHORE LOUISIANA SPAWNING STOCK

Gelpi, C. G., Louisiana State University, USA, cgelpi1@lsu.edu; Fry, B., Griffith University, Australia, b.fry@griffith.edu.au; Dubois, S. F., French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea, France, Stanislas.Dubois@ifremer.fr; Basirico, L., Louisiana State University, USA, lbasir1@tigers.lsu.edu; Portier, R., Louisiana State University, USA, rportie@lsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17570 | Poster ID 516

NITROGEN ISOTOPES OF AMINO ACIDS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SHELL: A NEW NITROGEN ISOTOPIC BASELINE TRACER IN NEAR SHORE SYSTEMS?

Gier, E., University of California at Santa Cruz, Department of Ocean Sciences, USA, egier@ucsc.edu; Misarti, N., University of Alaska Fairbanks, Water and Environmental Research Center , USA, nmisarti@alaska.edu; Finney, B., Idaho State University, Department of Biological Sciences, USA, finney@isu.edu; Barnes, K., BLM, USA, kbarnes@blm.gov; McCarthy, M., University of California at Santa Cruz, Department of Ocean Sciences, USA, mccarthy@pmc.ucsc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17736 | Poster ID 517

AN EFFECTIVE METHOD FOR PREPARING TOOTH DENTIN FOR BULK AND COMPOUND-SPECIFIC CARBON (δ13C) AND NITROGEN (δ15N) ISOTOPIC ANALYSES

Brault, E. K., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, ebrault@ucsc.edu; Koch, P. L., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, plkoch@ucsc.edu; McCarthy, M. D., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, mccarthy@pmc.ucsc.edu; Gier, E., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, egier@ucsc.edu; Ruiz-Cooley, I., University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, rcooley@ucsc.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 18100 | Poster ID 518

ISOTOPIC ANALYSES IDENTIFIES PREY AVAILABILITY AS DRIVER OF SPATIAL VARIABILTY IN GROWTH OF LOBSTERS IN THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

O'Malley, J. M., National Marine Fisheries Service, USA, joseph.omalley@noaa.gov; Popp, B. N., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, popp@hawaii.edu; Drazen, J. C., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, jdrazen@hawaii.edu; Gier, E., University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA, egier@hawaii.edu; Toonen, R. J., Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, USA, toonen@hawaii.edu;

161 - HABS and Invasive Species

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13240 | Poster ID 1843

WINTER DISTRIBUTIONAL OVERLAP FACILITATES LAKE WHITEFISH PISCIVORY ON INVASIVE ROUND GOBIES IN GREEN BAY, LAKE MICHIGAN

Lehrer-Brey, G. L., University of Wisconsin Madison, USA, glehrerbrey@gmail.com; Kornis, M. S., Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA, KornisM@si.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13559 | Poster ID 1844

THE LOOP CURRENT CONNECTION WITH WEST FLORIDA SHELF RED TIDES

Maze, G. M., RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, gmaze@rsmas.miami.edu; Olascoaga, M. J., RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, ; Brand, L., RSMAS, University of Miami, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13850 | Poster ID 1845

THE EXOTIC BRYOZOAN WATERSIPORA SUBTORQUATA ON OFFSHORE OIL PLATFORMS: DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, DISPERSAL PATHWAYS, AND MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS

Page, H. M., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, page@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Zaleski, S., Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, USA, susan.zaleski@boem.gov; Miller, R. J., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, miller@msi.ucsb.edu; Dugan, J. E., University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, j_dugan@lifesci.ucsb.edu; Schroeder, D. M., Burean of Ocean Energy Management, USA, donna.schroeder@boem.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14438 | Poster ID 1846

BIOACTIVE COMPOUND ISOLATION, PURIFICATION AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION FROM THE MARINE MICRO-ORGANISM TRICHODESMIUM THIEBAUTII

Lozada, J. A., Tennessee State University, USA, jessicalozada@ymail.com; Moeller, P., , USA, peter.moeller@noaa.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14631 | Poster ID 1847

UNUSUAL RIVER DISCHARGE PATTERN AND TOXIC PSEUDO-NITZSCHIA BLOOMS IN THE BAY OF SEINE (EASTERN ENGLISH CHANNEL)

Schapira, M., Ifremer, LER-N, Avenue du Général de Gaulle, 14520 Port en Bessin, France, France, mathilde.schapira@ifremer.fr; Le Gendre, R., Ifremer, LER-N, Avenue du Général de Gaulle, 14520 Port en Bessin, France, France, romain.le.gendre@ifremer.fr; Thorel, M., CNRS INEE-FRE3484 BioMEA, Université de Caen Basse Normandie, France, France, maxine.thorel@unicaen.fr; Fauchot, J., CNRS INEE-FRE3484 BioMEA, Université de Caen Basse Normandie, France, France, juliette.fauchot@unicaen.fr;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14757 | Poster ID 1848

A MODEL-BASED APPROACH TO EVALUATE THE HABITAT SUITABILITY OF SARPA SALPA AND SIGANUS RIVULATUS IN THE SOUTH WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Quattrocchi, G., Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy, giovanni.quattrocchi@iamc.cnr.it; Cucco, A., Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy, andrea.cucco@cnr.it; Marras, S., Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy, stefano.marras@iamc.cnr.it; Butenschön, M., Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, momm@pml.ac.uk; Domenici, P., Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy, paolo.domenici@cnr.it;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14771 | Poster ID 1849

ALGICIDAL ACTIVITY AGAINST THE TOXIC DINOFLAGELLATE ALEXANDRIUM TAMARENSE IN BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM SEAGRASS BEDS IN PUGET SOUND, U.S.A.

Onishi, Y., Hokkaido University, Japan, y.onishi@fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Inaba, N., Hokkaido University, Japan, n_inaba84@fish.hokudai.ac.jp; Wyllie-Echeverria, S., University of Washington, USA, zmseed@u.washington.edu; Trainer, V. L., Northwest Fisheries Science Center, USA, vera.l.trainer@noaa.gov; Imai, I., Hokkaido University, USA, imai1ro@fish.hokudai.ac.jp;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15531 | Poster ID 1850

ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGY FOR SHIP BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT

Wu, M., Montclair State University, USA, wum@mail.montclair.edu; Wu, J., University of Vermont, USA, jwu@zoo.uvm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15750 | Poster ID 1851

CHASING THE RED TIDES IN THE SEA OF KOREA IN 2013

Kim, T., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ktwon@kiost.ac; Park, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ; Choi, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ; Ahn, S., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, ; Noh, J., Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology, Republic Of Korea, jhnoh@kiost.ac;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16340 | Poster ID 1852

ALEXANDRIUM BLOOM ECOLOGY IN PUGET SOUND: CYST DYNAMICS, GROWTH, TRANSPORT, AND CLIMATE PATHWAYS

Greengrove, C. L., University of Washington Tacoma, USA, cgreen@uw.edu; Masura, J. E., University of Washington Tacoma, USA, jmasura@uw.edu; Moore, S. K., NOAA, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, USA, stephanie.moore@nooa.gov; Bill, B. D., NOAA, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, USA, Brian.D.Bill@noaa.gov; Team, P., University of Washington & Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, ;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/alexandrium-bloom-ecology-in-puget-sound-cyst-distribution-growth-and-viability.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16968 | Poster ID 1853

THE COLUMBIA RIVER AS A HEAVILY INVADED ECOSYSTEM: DISCERNING PATTERNS OF ABUNDANCE OF NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE ZOOPLANKTON

Dexter, E. D., Washington State University, USA, eric.dexter@wsu.edu; Bollens, S. M., Washington State University, USA, sbollens@vancouver.wsu.edu; Rollwagen-Bollens, G., Washington State University, USA, rollboll@vancouver.wsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17161 | Poster ID 1931

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY: CARCINUS MAENAS AND TWO SPECIES OF HEMIGRAPSUS COMPETING ON THE FRENCH SHORE

Spilmont, N., University Lille 1, France, nicolas.spilmont@univ-lille1.fr; Gothland, M., University Lille 1, France, moana.gothland@univ-lille1.fr; Seuront, L., CNRS, France, laurent.seuront@flinders.edu.au; Dauvin, J. C., University Caen Basse-Normandie, France, Jean-claude.dauvin@unicaen.fr; Meziane, T., Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, France, meziane@mnhn.fr;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17357 | Poster ID 1932

COASTAL BLOOM DYNAMICS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Carter, M. L., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, mlcarter@ucsd.edu; McGowan, J. A., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, jmcgowan@ucsd.edu; Hilbern, M., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, mhilbern@ucsd.edu; Vu, E. T., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA, e1vu@ucsd.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17594 | Poster ID 1933

ASSESSING THE ROLE OF BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC FACTORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND DECLINE OF HARMFUL CYANOBACTERIA BLOOMS IN A LARGE, TIDALLY-INFLUENCED FLOOD PLAIN LAKE

Rollwagen-Bollens, G., Washington State University, USA, rollboll@vancouverw.wsu.edu; Bollens, S., Washington State University, USA, sbollens@vancouver.wsu.edu; Lee, T., Washington State University, USA, talee@vancouver.wsu.edu; Boyer, J., Washington State University, USA, duerr@vancouver.wsu.edu; Zimmerman, J., Washington State University, USA, juliezimmerman@vancouver.wsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17632 | Poster ID 1934

INVASIVE MUSSEL MONITORING IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER BASIN — PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

Bollens, S., Washington State University, USA, sbollens@vancouver.wsu.edu; Rollwagen-Bollens, G., Washington State University, USA, rollboll@vancouver.wsu.edu; Counihan, T., US Geological Survey, USA, tcounihan@usgs.gov; Hardiman, J., US Geological Survey, USA, jhardiman@usgs.gov;

169 - Watersheds, lakes, rivers, estuaries

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13298 | Poster ID 1310

THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF CHESAPEAKE BAY SALINITY: CLIMATE MODE ASOCIATIONS

Schulte, J. A., The Pennsylvania State University , USA, jas6367@psu.edu ; Najjar, R. G., The Pennsylvania State University , USA, najjar@meteo.psu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13621 | Poster ID 1335

HYDROLOGICAL MODELING TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY IN THE BAYOU BOEUF BASIN, LOUISIANA

Huang, H., Louisiana State University, USA, hhuang7@lsu.edu; Lane, R. R., Louisiana State University, USA, rlane@lsu.edu; Justic, D., Louisiana State University, USA, djusti1@lsu.edu; Day, J. W., Louisiana State University, USA, johnday@lsu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 13889 | Poster ID 1336

LONGITUDINAL DISPERSION IN OSCILLATING FLOWS WITH SUBMERGED VEGETATION

Chua, V. P., National University of Singapore, Singapore, vivienchua@nus.edu.sg; Huang, J., National University of Singapore, Singapore, ; Zhang, X. F., National University of Singapore, Singapore, ; Cheong, H. F., National University of Singapore, Singapore, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14467 | Poster ID 1337

SEDIMENT GEOCHEMISTRY OF THE CHEYENNE RIVER AND ANGOSTURA RESERVOIR DELTA IN THE ABANDONED URANIUM MINING REGION OF THE SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS, SOUTH DAKOTA

Sharma, R. K., South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, USA, rohit.sharma@mines.sdsmt.edu; Stone, J. J., South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, USA, james.stone@sdsmt.edu; Putirka, K. D., California State University Fresno, USA, kputirka@csufresno.edu;

ePoster Link: http://www.sdsmt.edu

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14498 | Poster ID 1338

EUTROPHICATION ALONG THE ESTUARINE CONTINUUM: UTILITY OF ION SELECTIVE ELECTRODE ARRAYS FOR MEASUREMENT OF NITROGEN IONS IN INCREASINGLY SALINE WATERS

Mueller, A. V., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, amym@mit.edu; Hemond, H. F., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, hfhemond@mit.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14515 | Poster ID 1339

NATURAL TROPHIC VARIABILITY IN A SIMPLE, PRISTINE LAKE: WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS FOR STUDYING CHANGE IN OTHER LAKES?

Young, T., Rutgers University, USA, tyoung@marine.rutgers.edu; Weidel, B., USGS Great Lakes Science Center, USA, bweidel@gmail.com; Chandra, S., University of Nevada - Reno, USA, sudeep@cabnr.unr.edu; Jensen, O. P., Rutgers University, USA, ojensen@marine.rutgers.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 14592 | Poster ID 1340

DISPERSION MECHANISMS OF A TIDAL RIVER JUNCTION IN THE SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN DELTA, CA

Gleichauf, K. T., Stanford University, USA, kgleich@stanford.edu; Wolfram, P., Stanford University, USA, pwolfram@stanford.edu; Monsen, N., Stanford University , USA, winter@stanford.edu; Fringer, O., Stanford University, USA, fringer@stanford.edu; Monismith, S., Stanford University, USA, monismith@stanford.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15405 | Poster ID 1341

OPERATIONAL PREDICTION OF THE STRAIT OF GEORGIA SPRING DIATOM BLOOM

Latornell, D. J., University of British Columbia, Canada, dlatornell@eos.ubc.ca; Allen, S. E., University of British Columbia, Canada, sallen@eos.ubc.ca;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/operational-prediction-of-the-strait-of-georgia-spring-diatom-bloom.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15618 | Poster ID 1380

RIVERBANK COLLAPSE ON THE LOWER MURRAY RIVER: RECENT PHENOMENON OR LONG-TERM GEOMORPHIC PROCESS?

De Carli, E. V., The University of Sydney, Australia, elyssa.decarli@sydney.edu.au; Hubble, T. C., The University of Sydney, Australia, tom.hubble@sydney.edu.au; Jaksa, M. B., The University of Adelaide, Australia, mark.jaksa@adelaide.edu.au; Clarke, S. L., The University of Sydney, Australia, samantha.clarke@sydney.edu.au; Airey, D. W., The University of Sydney, Australia, david.airey@sydney.edu.au;

ePoster Link: http://www.eposters.net/pdfs/riverbank-collapse-on-the-lower-river-murray-recent-recent-phenomenon-or-long-term-geomorphic.pdf

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15721 | Poster ID 1381

WATER QUALITY, AND NUTRIENT FLUX IN THE LUMMI BAY ESTUARY

Garreau, F. A., Northwest Indian College, USA, beau.garreau@me.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15722 | Poster ID 1382

LONG TERM TRENDS OF TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON (TOC) CONCENTRATIONS IN A DRINKING-WATER RESERVOIR IN NORTHERN TAIWAN

Chow, M. F., Centre for Sustainable Technology and Environment, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia, mingfai1983@yahoo.com; Shiah, F. K., Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica, Taiwan ROC, fkshiah@rcec.sinica.edu.tw;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 15726 | Poster ID 1383

PHOSPHORUS FLUX AND WATER QUALITY OF AN ESTUARY IN BELLINGHAM, WA

DENNIS, J. J., Northwest Indian College, USA, jeridennis_22@yahoo.com;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16227 | Poster ID 1384

INVESTIGATING THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF ORGANIC CARBON IN ARCTIC RIVER WATERSHEDS

McMahon, R. M., Texas A&M Galveston, USA, beingoceanfly@yahoo.com; Kaiser, K., Texas A&M Galveston, USA, ; Amon, R., Texas A&M Galveston, USA, ;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16972 | Poster ID 1385

RAPID CARBON CYCLING IN AN EXPERIMENTAL SPARTINA ALTERNIFLORA SYSTEM

Reeve, J. L., Haverford College, USA, jen_reeve@hotmail.com; Spivak, A. C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA, aspivak@whoi.edu; Pohlman, J., United States Geological Survey, USA, jpohlman@usgs.gov;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 16982 | Poster ID 1386

HAS THE PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN THE BAY OF ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, CHANGED OVER THE PAST TWO DECADES?

McGehee, A. M., The University of Southern Mississippi, USA, Amanda.McGehee@eagles.usm.edu; Redalje, D. G., The University of Southern Mississippi, USA, Donald.Redalje@usm.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17307 | Poster ID 1414

USING THE ISOTOPE-SALINITY RELATIONSHIP TO TRACE FRESHWATER INPUTS TO A NORTH ATLANTIC ESTUARY

Kerrigan, E. A., Dalhousie University, Canada, liz.kerrigan@dal.ca; Cullen, J. J., Dalhousie University, Canada, john.cullen@dal.ca; Kelley, D. E., Dalhousie University, Canada, dan.kelley@dal.ca; Kienast, M., Dalhousie University, Canada, markus.kienast@dal.ca; Wallace, D., Dalhousie University, Canada, douglas.wallace@dal.ca;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17763 | Poster ID 1415

ARE FECAL INDICATOR BACTERIA LIKE SALT: EVALUATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF FRESHWATER URBAN RUNOFF TO BAY-WIDE BACTERIOLOGICAL WATER QUALITY IN NEWPORT BAY

Rippy, M. A., University of California, Irvine, USA, mrippy@uci.edu; Ciglar, A., University of California, Irvine, USA, aciglar@uci.edu; Grant, S. B., University of California, Irvine, USA, sbgrant@uci.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17833 | Poster ID 1416

PROKARYOTIC COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN A REGENERATING LAKE: A CASE STUDY OF LAKE MUNSON, FLORIDA

Lymperopoulou, D. S., Old Dominion University, USA, dlymperop@gmail.com; Williams, H. N., Florida A&M University School of Environment, USA, henryneal.williams@famu.edu;

2/27/2014 | | Kamehameha Hall III | Abstract ID 17984 | Poster ID 1417

WATER COLUMN METABOLISM OF MILO AND KIAWE DOMINATED ANCHIALINE PONDS IN LEEWARD HAWAII

Johnson, E. E., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, erikej@hawaii.edu; Wiegner, T. N., University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA, ;