Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


09 Biogeochemistry of coral reef systems

Session organizer(s)

Christian Lonborg, Australian Institute of Marine Science PMB 3, Townsville MC, QLD 4810, Australia
c.lonborg@aims.gov.au

Craig Nelson, Center for Microbial Oceanography, Research and Education, Department of Oceanography Honolulu
craig.nelson@hawaii.edu

Christian Wild, Marine Ecology, University of Bremen, 28359 Bremen, Germany
christian.wild@uni-bremen.de

Bradley Eyre, Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry, Southern Cross University, PO Box 157 Lismore 2480, Australia
bradley.eyre@scu.edu.au



Date: 06/20/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 313 C

10:00
Bednarz, V. N.; Cardini, U.; Rix, L.; Pogoreutz, C.; Rädecker, N.; Naumann, M. S.; Wild, C.; CARBON AND NITROGEN FIXATION BY REEF ORGANISMS AND SUBSTRATES IN RESPONSE TO SEASONAL CHANGES (Abstract ID:27985) O

10:15
Lesser, M. P.; Morrow, K. M.; METHODOLOGICAL UNDERESTIMATION OF NITROGEN FIXATION IN STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA (Abstract ID:27768) O

10:30
Bednarz, V.; Grover, R.; van de Water, J.; Fine, M.; Rabouille, S.; Maguer, J. F.; Ferrier-Pagès, C.; NITROGEN ACQUISITION VIA DIAZOTROPHY IN COLD-WATER, TEMPERATE AND TROPICAL CORALS (Abstract ID:29273) O

11:00
Nelson, C.; Hench, J.; Carlson, C.; Remple, K.; James, A.; Huynh, N.; Brooks, A.; Washburn, L.; Alldredge, A.; PELAGIC BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF SHALLOW CORAL REEFS IS DISTINCT FROM THE SURROUNDING OCEAN (Abstract ID:29864) O

11:15
Cyronak, T.; Andersson, A. J.; Page, H.; UNDERSTANDING THE BIOGEOCHEMICAL FUNCTION OF THE WORLDS CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:30004) O

11:30
Gardner, S. G.; Raina, J.; Nitschke, M. R.; Nielsen, D. A.; Motti, C. A.; Ralph, P. J.; Petrou, K.; THE ANTIOXIDANT ROLE OF DIMETHYLSULFONIOPROPIONATE (DMSP): CAN SULFUR HELP CORALS IN A CHANGING CLIMATE? (Abstract ID:28865) O

11:45
McCulloch, M. T.; Holcomb, M.; D'Olivo Cordero, J. P.; Falter, J. L.; Montagna, P.; Taviani, M.; Trotter, J. A.; HOW CORALS CONTROL CALCIFICATION IN A HIGH CO2 WORLD (Abstract ID:28616) O

14:00
De Goeij, J. M.; HOW FAST AND EFFICIENT SPONGE ENGINES DRIVE AND MODULATE THE FOOD WEB OF SHALLOW AND DEEP-SEA REEF ECOSYSTEMS (Abstract ID:28696) O

14:15
McMurray, S. E.; Pawlik, J. R.; Finelli, C. M.; CARBON-CYCLING ON CARIBBEAN CORAL REEFS: THE INCREASING ROLE OF GIANT BARREL SPONGES (Abstract ID:28192) O

14:30
Rix, L.; de Goeij, J. M.; Mueller, C. E.; Struck, U.; Middelburg, J. J.; van Duyl, F. C.; Al-Horani, F. A.; Wild, C.; Naumann, M. S.; van Oevelen, D.; CORAL MUCUS FUELS THE SPONGE LOOP IN WARM- AND COLD-WATER CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS (Abstract ID:28777) O

14:45
Haas, A. F.; Kelly, L. W.; Nelson, C. E.; Fairoz, M. F.; Rohwer, F. L.; GLOBAL MICROBIALIZATION OF CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28248) O

15:00
Fiore, C. L.; Freeman, C. J.; Kujawinski, E. B.; THE IMPACT OF SPONGE FILTRATION ON THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CORAL REEF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (Abstract ID:29994) O

15:15
Rix, L. N.; de Goeij, J. M.; van Oevelen, D.; Struck, U.; Al-Horani, F. A.; Wild, C.; Naumann, M. S.; DIFFERENTIAL RECYCLING OF CORAL- AND ALGAL-DERIVED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER BY CORAL REEF SPONGES (Abstract ID:28784) O

15:30
Calhoun, S. K.; Haas, A. F.; Takeshita, Y.; Johnson, M.; Fox, M.; Smith, J.; Mueller, B.; Vermeij, M.; Rohwer, F. L.; NIGHTTIME DISSOLVED OXYGEN SPIKES ACROSS CORAL REEF ENVIRONMENTS: BIOLOGICAL OR NOT? (Abstract ID:28946) O

15:45
Mueller, B.; Brocke, H. J.; Vermeij, M. J.; Wild, C.; Van Duyl, F. C.; EFFECTS OF LIGHT, NUTRIENTS AND THE CIRCADIAN CYCLE ON QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER RELEASED BY CARIBBEAN BENTHIC PRIMARY PRODUCERS (Abstract ID:28743) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

85
Miyano, J. K.; Zill, J.; Silbiger, N. J.; Donahue, M. J.; CARBONATE CHEMISTRY OF REEFS ALTERED BY MACROALGAE: A SNAPSHOT STUDY OF HOW INVASIVE ALGAE CHANGE THEIR PH ENVIRONMENT (Abstract ID:29911) P

86
Hansel, C. M.; Diaz, J. M.; Apprill, A.; Zhang, T.; Weber, L.; Parsons, R.; DECOUPLING OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND EXTRACELLULAR SUPEROXIDE PRODUCTION BY CORALS AND THEIR SYMBIONTS (Abstract ID:29633) P

88
Salter, M. A.; Perry, C. T.; Wilson, R. W.; Harborne, A. R.; THE SURPRISING ROLE OF TELEOSTS IN REEF SYSTEM INORGANIC CARBON CYCLING (Abstract ID:28174) P

89
Tanaya, T.; Watanabe, K.; Kuwae, T.; EVALUATION OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF CORAL-DERIVED ORGANIC MATTER TO TOTAL SEDIMENTARY ORGANIC MATTER BY ELEMENTAL AND ISOTOPIC ANALYSIS (Abstract ID:27942) P

90
Rosset, S. L.; Reed, A. J.; D'Angelo, C.; Wiedenmann, J.; ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES OF ZOOXANTHELLAE PROVIDE BIOMARKERS OF DISSOLVED INORGANIC NUTRIENT EXPOSURE OF REEF CORALS (Abstract ID:28344) P

91
Lønborg, C.; Talbot, S.; Carreira, C.; ORGANIC MATTER BIOAVAILABILITY IN THE GREAT BARRIER REEF LAGOON (Abstract ID:28290) P

92
Wong, C. W.; Duprey, N.; Baker, D. M.; CORAL ISOSCAPES REVEAL VARIED NITROGEN SOURCES AND DYNAMICS IN HONG KONG�S COASTAL ENVIRONMENT (Abstract ID:29155) P

93
Quinlan, Z.; Remple, K.; Donahue, M.; Fox, M.; Oliver, T.; Putnam, H.; Sevilla, J.; Lager, C.; Silbiger, N.; Nelson, C. E.; EFFECTS OF INORGANIC NUTRIENTS ON CORAL PRODUCTION OF FLUORESCENT DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (Abstract ID:29769) P

95
Crook, E. D.; Takeshita, Y.; Cooper, H.; Martinez-Fernandez, A.; Potts, D. C.; Rebolledo-Vieyra, M.; Hernandez-Terrones, L. M.; Paytan, A.; DECIPHERING MULTIPLE CONTROLS ON CARBONATE CHEMISTRY IN COASTAL REEF SYSTEMS: AN EXAMPLE FROM A BACK REEF LAGOON WITH GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE (Abstract ID:28908) P

96
Sangsawang, L.; Casareto, B. E.; Vu, H. M.; Suzuki, Y.; PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND NITROGEN FIXATION OF ENDOLITHIC ALGAE ASSOCIATED WITH THE MASSIVE CORAL PORITES LUTEA (Abstract ID:29008) P

97
Yamazaki, A.; Watanabe, T.; Tsunogai, U.; Iwase, F.; Yamano, H.; VARIATION OF KUROSHIO TRANSPORT DURING 1860-2007 AD INFERRED FROM CORAL NITROGEN ISOTOPE SIGNATURE (Abstract ID:29259) P

98
Giri, S. J.; Swart, P. K.; Gillette, P.; THE ROLE OF SULFATE ON GROWTH RATES AND SKELETAL COMPOSITION OF POCILLOPORA DAMICORNIS: INSIGHTS INTO BIOMINERALIZATON IN ANCIENT OCEANS (Abstract ID:29451) P