Program & Agenda

Session List

  1. 001 - Air-water, Sediment-water, and Macrophyte-facilitated Gas Exchange in Inland and Coastal Systems
  2. 002 - ASLOMP Student Symposium
  3. 003 - Phosphorus Along the Soil-Freshwater-Ocean Continuum
  4. 004 - Biogeochemical Cycling of Trace Elements and Isotopes in the Arctic Ocean
  5. 005 - Coral Microbiomes: Shallow, Mesophotic, Deep-Sea
  6. 006 - New Directions in Plankton Ecology
  7. 007 - The Power of Diatoms
  8. 008 - Changes in Large Freshwater Ecosystems: Drivers, Responses, and Restoration
  9. 009 - Temporal and Spatial Components Affecting Zooplankton Community Structure
  10. 010 - Louder than words: chemical communication structures marine ecosystems
  11. 011 - Plastic flowing from land to sea: sources, impacts and mitigation of macro- and microplastics across a spectrum of aquatic ecosystems
  12. 012 - The Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter
  13. 013 - Integrative Research on Organic Matter Cycling Across Aquatic Gradients
  14. 014 - Microbial interactions in aquatic ecosystems: untangling the complex web of competition, mutualism, predation, and adaptation
  15. 015 - Patterns of Biogeochemical Change in Stream and River Networks
  16. 016 - Advances in Aquatic Meta-Omics: Creating Tools for More Accurate Characterization of Microbial Communities
  17. 017 - Bacterial interactions with eukaryotic plankton
  18. 018 - Vertical connectivity of the pelagic ocean: understanding the function and services of intermediate trophic levels
  19. 019 - The Biological Carbon Pump in the Tropical Pacific Ocean
  20. 021 - Crossing disciplinary boundaries across the freshwater-marine continuum to advance the understanding of harmful algal blooms (HABs)
  21. 022 - Advances in Modeling Coastal Hypoxia and Acidification: From Physics to Fish
  22. 023 - Dynamic DON: The role of organic nitrogen in regulating aquatic ecosystem functioning from land to sea
  23. 024 - Supporting Data-intensive Freshwater and Marine Research: Integrating Informatics, Infrastructure, Databases and Open Science
  24. 025 - Linking atmospheric deposition to the biogeochemistry of aquatic and marine systems
  25. 026 - Undergraduate Research in the Aquatic Sciences
  26. 027 - Transitioning Ecological Forecasting Research to Operational Applications
  27. 028 - Spatial-temporal organization of plankton communities: from observation to theory and integrated models
  28. 029 - REE marine geochemistry in the 21st century: A tribute to the pioneering research of Henry Elderfield (1943-2016)
  29. 030 - Trophic Interactions as Modifiers of Carbon and Nutrient Cycles in the Ocean
  30. 031 - Global remote sensing of inland waters
  31. 032 - DOM reactivity: underlying mechanisms and processes
  32. 034 - Interactive effects of anthropogenic stressors across ecosystem boundaries
  33. 036 - Methane Oxidation Across Ecosystems: Opening the Methane Black Box
  34. 038 - Estuaries: Blue carbon sinks or greenhouse gas sources?
  35. 039 - FUTURE WATER - Inter- and Transdisciplinarity in Metropolitan Aquatic Sciences
  36. 040 - Station ALOHA: A sentinel of open ocean change
  37. 041 - Sediments with Hydrodynamically Driven Flow, from Stream to Shelf
  38. 042 - Aquatic genomics
  39. 044 - Bridging the eco-evolutionary gap: Plastic and adaptive responses to climate change
  40. 045 - What's the matter of biodiversity?
  41. 047 - Unraveling Deep Ocean Enigmas: Deepwater Environments as an Ocean Exploration Frontier
  42. 048 - Crossing the Science-Policy Bridge: Successes and challenges informing policy and management decisions
  43. 049 - From the Mountains to the Sea: Fluxes, Transformations, and Impacts of Land-Derived Materials in the Coastal Zone
  44. 050 - Currents and Material Transport at the Ocean Surface
  45. 051 - Toward greater synthesis: ocean color imagery and biogeochemical/ecosystem numerical modeling
  46. 052 - Viruses and parasites in food web interactions
  47. 053 - Tiny but mighty: The role of microzooplankton in affecting lower and upper food-web dynamics
  48. 054 - Spatial and temporal trends in marine biodiversity
  49. 055 - Innovations in teaching, mentoring, and outreach practices to improve education and broaden participation
  50. 056 - Ocean and Coastal Acidification: Synthesizing information and supporting mitigation
  51. 057 - Sources, Transformations, and Transport of Carbon and Nutrients in Watersheds: Influences on Stream Water Quality
  52. 058 - Environmental Drivers and Transmission of Infectious Diseases in Marine and Freshwater Systems
  53. 059 - Ecological impacts of El Niño 2015-16
  54. 062 - Tracing ecological dynamics and biogeochemical cycles via compound-specific isotope analysis (CSIA) of organic compounds
  55. 063 - Microbial Ecosystem Services and Interactive Effects on Organic Matter Processing Along the Land-Sea Continuum
  56. 065 - Groundwater-surface water interaction across the terrestrial - marine continuum
  57. 066 - In hot water: The physics and impacts of warming lakes and reservoirs
  58. 067 - Ecological Resilience, Non-linear Community Dynamics and Reversibility of State Shifts in Aquatic Ecosystems
  59. 068 - Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Aquatic Microbial Communities
  60. 069 - Aquatic Transitions: Tracking the nature and trajectories of change using paleolimnological approaches
  61. 071 - Molecular Insights into Adaptive Microbial Physiology
  62. 072 - Biotic interactions in aquatic ecosystems - implications for food webs and ecosystem functioning
  63. 073 - Hitting a Moving Target - Navigating the path to the workforce
  64. 074 - Characterizing Exploration in the Water Column
  65. 075 - Does connectivity enhance integrity? Dependence of physical, biological, and chemical integrity of natural waters on connections to land and other waterbodies
  66. 076 - Particles as microbial hotspots from the coast to the open ocean in the Anthropocene
  67. 079 - Food Web Interactions, Trophic Linkages and Ontogenetic Niche Shifts
  68. 081 - Polar and High Latitude Research: Land, Lakes, Ice, and Ocean
  69. 082 - Coupling and exchange across the sediment-water interface
  70. 083 - Towards Understanding and Managing Marine Ecosystems as Complex Adaptive Systems
  71. 084 - Scales of variability in aquatic environments: are some more important than others?
  72. 086 - Hydrologic connectivity: linking land use changes and management to movement and transformations of resources within catchments
  73. 087 - Training the Next Generation: An undergraduate view from the mountains to the sea (Poster Session)
  74. 091 - Long-term perspectives on aquatic research
  75. 092 - Canopies in aquatic ecosystems: integrating form, function, and biophysical processes
  76. 093 - Enough C plumbing: other biogeochemical cycles and coupled biogeochemical cycles from mountains to the sea
  77. 095 - Metabolism of inland waters: patterns and drivers across multiple scales
  78. 096 - New coral reef ecosystem studies from remote sensing
  79. 098 - Anthropogenic Impacts and Environmental Threats in Urban Ecosystems
  80. 106 - Fish
  81. 110 - Aquatic Invasion Ecology
  82. 111 - Climate Change
  83. 114 - Physical-Biological Coupling
  84. 115 - Physics in Aquatic Systems
  85. 122 - Geochemistry, Biogeochemistry, and Nutrient Cycling