Program and Agenda

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  1. 001 - Upper Ocean Turbulent Fields and Their Variability: temperature, salinity, energy
  2. 002 - Understanding Coupled Human-Natural Systems: Multi-disciplinary Approaches for Addressing Sustainability of the Marine Environment
  3. 003 - Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling, Observations, and Prediction
  4. 005 - Air-Sea Gas Exchange
  5. 007 - The Role of the Oceans in Climate Change on Interannual, Decadal and Century-Long Time-Scales from Marine Proxy Archives
  6. 008 - Revising Biogeochemical Stoichiometry: The Oceans Beyond Redfield on a Changing Planet
  7. 009 - Scientific and Societal Benefits from Integrated Coastal Ocean Observations and Networked Marine Laboratories
  8. 010 - Physical and biogeochemical ocean modeling: development, assessment and applications
  9. 011 - Mapping, monitoring and managing mesophotic reefs: Scientific insights and technologies to address coral resource management challenges
  10. 012 - Oceanic submesoscale processes
  11. 013 - Biogeo-Omics: Utilizing Biogeochemistry and -Omics Data to Unravel the Metabolic Pathways and Environmental Controls of Hydrocarbon Biodegradation
  12. 014 - Physical processes along reef-protected coastlines: current observations and future predictions
  13. 015 - Physical-biological interactions in mesoscale eddies: governing processes and implications for the marine ecosystem
  14. 016 - Using evaluation in ocean sciences education and workforce development: What does the evidence show?
  15. 017 - Shedding light on phytoplankton biogeography
  16. 018 - Advancing the frontiers of the Si cycle in terrestrial, coastal, and open ocean ecosystems
  17. 020 - Exploration of ocean circulation variability through Argo, satellite altimetry and other observations and assimilations
  18. 021 - Ocean Acidification and Coral Reefs: The Importance of Cooperative Research and the Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS)
  19. 022 - Scaling up individual processes to ecosystem levels in an era of global change
  20. 023 - Mechanisms of biogeochemical variability in the global oceans
  21. 024 - ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium
  22. 025 - Physical-biological interactions in coral reefs: a tribute to Marlin Atkinson
  23. 026 - Biological and physical controls of particle dynamics and fluxes in the mesopelagic layer of the ocean: Current understanding and future directions.
  24. 027 - Nearshore Processes
  25. 028 - Marine Renewable Energy Research, Development, Evaluation, and Policy
  26. 030 - Wind-generated waves and storm surge from meteorological activity
  27. 032 - Examining connectivity in marine populations, from unicells to metazoans, using novel and integrated approaches
  28. 033 - Ocean Acidification in Coastal Environments
  29. 035 - Optics and Light in the Particle-Laden Coastal Ocean
  30. 036 - An integrated view of Agulhas Science: Past, present and future
  31. 037 - Dynamics of Coupled Processes in the Ocean: A tribute to the career of Dr. James Murray
  32. 038 - The Coral Triangle of the Indonesian/Philippines Archipelago, its response to Climate change
  33. 039 - Ocean Circulation Variability and Air-Sea Interactions in the Western Pacific and Eastern Indian Ocean
  34. 040 - Antarctic marginal seas and shelf/slope processes: physical and biological variability, controls, and links to larger scales
  35. 041 - Advances in the understanding of uncultivated microbes and development of model systems for marine microbial ecology
  36. 042 - Optical Remote Sensing of Freshwater, Estuarine, and Coastal Environments: Water Quality and other Applications
  37. 043 - Biogenic trace gases in the surface ocean: from source to flux
  38. 044 - East Asian Marginal Seas: sea surface temperature variability and ocean-atmosphere process
  39. 045 - Sea-ing connections: Ocean science as a catalyst to inspire the next wave of young (preK-16) scientists and keep students engaged within and outside the classroom.
  40. 046 - Bio-physical controls on the initiation and development of the spring phytoplankton bloom
  41. 047 - Natural and anthropogenic changes in Coastal Ecosystems and their impact on human welfare
  42. 048 - Ocean primary productivity: Variability and influence
  43. 049 - Station ALOHA: Celebrating 25 years of sustained ocean observations
  44. 050 - Arctic in Rapid Transition (ART): Impacts of Climate Change on the Ecology, Biogeochemistry, and Biological Carbon Pump of the Arctic Ocean
  45. 051 - Shedding light on the dark ocean: biogeochemistry and microbial oceanography of the pelagic realm of the deep sea
  46. 052 - Current perspectives on trophic ecology: utilization of complementary tracer methods
  47. 053 - Coral Microbiology: Partners and Pathogens
  48. 054 - The dynamics of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (DYNAMO), multi-scale ocean-atmosphere interaction, and numerical simulation of coupled ocean-atmosphere processes
  49. 055 - Comparing Physical Processes in Large Lakes and Shallow Seas
  50. 056 - Insights into marine ecosystem dynamics from acoustic techniques
  51. 057 - Small bugs with a big impact: linking plankton ecology with ecosystem processes
  52. 058 - Mesoscale ocean processes and their representation in earth system models
  53. 059 - Illuminating the Deep Ocean: Limits to Understanding, Observation Requirements, and Overcoming the Challenges
  54. 060 - Submarine Groundwater Discharge - from Ridge to Reef: Groundwater Evolution, Climate, Land-Use, Coastal Hydrology and Marine Biogeochemical Impacts
  55. 062 - Linking Molecular ‘Omics’ Measurements to Develop Conceptual and Computational Models of Ocean Microbial Ecology, Diversity and Biogeochemistry
  56. 063 - Changes in the global ocean carbon cycle: From observations to models
  57. 064 - Surface Ocean Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS): Advances and Impacts of Ocean Derived Aerosols and Atmospheric Nutrient Inputs
  58. 066 - Collaborations and Partnerships in Ocean Research and Education
  59. 068 - Understanding biogeochemical and ecosystem responses to natural and human-induced interactions, drivers and pressures in coastal regions
  60. 069 - MARINE MICROBIAL ECOLOGY: THE RELATIVE ROLE OF DISPERSAL, INTERACTIONS, ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN STRUCTURING MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES.
  61. 070 - Policy Impacts of Ocean Research: Communicating Science to Decision-makers
  62. 071 - Frontiers of oceanographic data and methods
  63. 072 - The Southern Ocean and Its Role in the Climate System: Observations and Modeling of Physical and Biogeochemical Processes
  64. 073 - Ocean salinity and water cycle variability and change
  65. 074 - Estuaries, what are they good for? A tribute to the work of Dr. Jonathan H. Sharp
  66. 075 - A holistic approach to marine eco-systems biology, major results and perspectives for research and education
  67. 077 - Harnessing new tools and approaches to understand diatom ecology and their role in elemental cycling
  68. 078 - Ecology of Infectious Marine Disease in a Changing Climate
  69. 079 - Rising Sea Level: Contributions and Future Projections
  70. 080 - Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements and their Isotopes
  71. 081 - Climate Impacts on Living Marine Resources
  72. 082 - Sediment Delivery, Transport and Deposition in Aquatic Environments
  73. 084 - Particles in aquatic environments: from invisible exopolymers to sinking aggregates
  74. 085 - Towards a Global Ocean Biogeochemical Observing System Based on Profiling Floats and Gliders
  75. 086 - Tsunami Research: Recent Advances in Instrumentation and Modeling
  76. 087 - High-resolution ocean circulation observations from space: the SWOT mission, operational applications, and physical-biogeochemical interactions
  77. 088 - Climate-mediated oceanographic drivers and trophic interactions in high latitude marginal seas: observations, modeling, and syntheses and consequences for commercial fisheries
  78. 090 - Data Assimilation and Uncertainty Quantification in Ocean Modeling
  79. 091 - Advances in approaches to monitoring the occurrence, distribution, and behavior of top predators
  80. 092 - From VERTEX to GEOTRACES: honoring Ken Bruland's contributions to marine biogeochemical cycles
  81. 093 - Coasts in Crisis: Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Need for Adaptation
  82. 094 - Consequences of fluid stirring and mixing: from organisms to ecosystems
  83. 095 - River plumes and buoyancy-driven shelf circulation
  84. 096 - Ocean and Climate Change Science: Engaging Scientists in Educating the Public
  85. 097 - Breaking Boundaries: The role of science communication and outreach in promoting healthy oceans
  86. 098 - Lipids as tracers of organic matter pathways in marine ecosystems
  87. 099 - Proxy Records for Understanding Coastal and Oceanic Processes and Their Preservation in Present and Past
  88. 100 - Environmental variability and climate change: linking environmental variation and organism responses across scales
  89. 101 - Ecology and management of semi-enclosed seas
  90. 102 - The Chukchi Sea Region: Physical Forcing and Ecosystem Response in the Pacific Arctic
  91. 103 - Biogoechemistry of permeable environments
  92. 105 - Real-Time Data, Technology, and Engineering for Ocean Science Education and Outreach
  93. 107 - Tides and ocean mixing: past, present, future
  94. 108 - Synthesis and modeling of global-scale marine planktonic ecosystems and plankton functional types
  95. 110 - The use of noble gases and other transient tracers to study fluid transport in the oceans and at their boundaries
  96. 111 - New insights into microbial community metabolism and coupled biogeochemical cycling in oxygen-deficient marine waters
  97. 112 - Tropical Cyclone-Ocean Interactions: from Weather to Climate
  98. 113 - Big Data, Including Ocean Climate Data: Data Availability, Techniques, and Applications
  99. 114 - Application of natural and anthropogenic radionuclides to the study of ocean processes
  100. 116 - Advances in approaches to assess metal-binding organic ligands and perspectives on the impacts of ligands on metal-biota interactions in the oceans
  101. 117 - Benthic-pelagic coupling and exchange across the sediment-water interface
  102. 118 - Extreme oceanographic events: windows to the climate future?
  103. 119 - Highly nonlinear internal waves and bores in shallow water
  104. 120 - Integrative Taxonomy of Marine Animals: Progress, Prospects and Pitfalls
  105. 122 - Investigating the Mechanisms Defining Fundamental Interactions at the Nano-scale to the Micro-scale: Novel Technologies Providing Key Insights
  106. 123 - The molecular chemistry and microbial biology of marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) composition and cycling
  107. 124 - Boundary currents, eddies, and water mass transformation at high latitudes
  108. 125 - The many faces of the marine N cycle
  109. 127 - Biogeochemistry, ecological dynamics and phytoplankton controls in the Costa Rica Dome
  110. 128 - Microbial Interactions in Oceans and Human Health
  111. 130 - Interactions of pelagic or benthic organisms with turbulent water flow
  112. 131 - Submarine canyons: oceanographic conditions, geological features, and ecological settings
  113. 132 - Undergraduate ocean science education in the 21st century: an exploration of successful practices
  114. 133 - Dynamic physical and ecological drivers of marine metapopulation connectivity
  115. 137 - North Atlantic ocean dynamics: from natural fluctuations to externally forced response
  116. 139 - Advances in ocean technology; autonomous instrument development and applications
  117. 140 - The Science of Plastic Marine Debris and other Anthropogenic Influences
  118. 142 - Understanding and simulating ENSO in past, present and future climates
  119. 143 - Fram Strait - New insights into physical and biological processes in the Atlantic gateway to the Arctic Ocean and their linkages to climatic changes
  120. 144 - Viruses in the sea - the molecular engineers and architects of plankton communities
  121. 147 - Passive and Active Electromagnetic Remote Sensing of Air-Water Interfaces
  122. 148 - Effects of climate variability on marine biophysical interactions and ecosystems dynamics
  123. 149 - Aquatic microbial eukaryotes: from genomes to ecosystems
  124. 151 - Microbial growth factors in the sea: Characterizing their importance at the molecular to ecosystem level
  125. 153 - Using Compound-Specific Stable Isotope Analysis to Advance Population and Community Ecology
  126. 154 - Fine-grained sedimentation in the ocean: processes & products
  127. 156 - Circulation, Mixing and Deep Water Formation in the Deep Basins of the North Atlantic and on the Adjacent Continental Shelves
  128. 157 - Habitat Modeling and Ecosystem Based Resource Management
  129. 158 - Measuring and modeling internal waves and the turbulence cascade: a tribute to David Tang
  130. 159 - CLIVAR: Ocean and Atmosphere Variability, Predictability and Change
  131. 160 - Ocean Pollution: The Gulf of Mexico as a case study
  132. 161 - HABS and Invasive Species
  133. 164 - Deep sea geology
  134. 166 - Aquatic biology
  135. 167 - Ocean Policy and Resource Management including Marine Agronomy and Aquaculture
  136. 169 - Watersheds, lakes, rivers, estuaries
  137. 170 - Ecosystems: processes, assessment, and management
  138. 172 - Multiple drivers affecting ecosystem function in estuarine and coastal waters
  139. 173 - New conceptual and experimental approaches to investigate the effects of multiple environmental drivers on ocean biota
  140. 174 - Undergraduate Research in Marine and Aquatic Sciences
  141. 175A - Tutorials
  142. 175B - Tutorials
  143. 175C - Tutorials
  144. 175D - Tutorials
  145. 175E - Tutorials
  146. 176 - AGU, ASLO & TOS Award Presentations