Program and Agenda

Sessions

 

Microbiology and Molecular Biology


  1. 013 - Biogeo-Omics: Utilizing Biogeochemistry and -Omics Data to Unravel the Metabolic Pathways and Environmental Controls of Hydrocarbon Biodegradation
  2. 017 - Shedding light on phytoplankton biogeography
  3. 032 - Examining connectivity in marine populations, from unicells to metazoans, using novel and integrated approaches
  4. 041 - Advances in the understanding of uncultivated microbes and development of model systems for marine microbial ecology
  5. 051 - Shedding light on the dark ocean: biogeochemistry and microbial oceanography of the pelagic realm of the deep sea
  6. 053 - Coral Microbiology: Partners and Pathogens
  7. 062 - Linking Molecular ‘Omics’ Measurements to Develop Conceptual and Computational Models of Ocean Microbial Ecology, Diversity and Biogeochemistry
  8. 069 - MARINE MICROBIAL ECOLOGY: THE RELATIVE ROLE OF DISPERSAL, INTERACTIONS, ASSOCIATIONS AND OTHER ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN STRUCTURING MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES.
  9. 078 - Ecology of Infectious Marine Disease in a Changing Climate
  10. 111 - New insights into microbial community metabolism and coupled biogeochemical cycling in oxygen-deficient marine waters
  11. 122 - Investigating the Mechanisms Defining Fundamental Interactions at the Nano-scale to the Micro-scale: Novel Technologies Providing Key Insights
  12. 128 - Microbial Interactions in Oceans and Human Health
  13. 144 - Viruses in the sea - the molecular engineers and architects of plankton communities
  14. 149 - Aquatic microbial eukaryotes: from genomes to ecosystems
  15. 151 - Microbial growth factors in the sea: Characterizing their importance at the molecular to ecosystem level
  16. 176 - AGU, ASLO & TOS Award Presentations