Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


10 Metabolism studies/observations of coral reef communities

Session organizer(s)

Rebecca Albright, Carnegie Institution for Science
ralbright@carnegiescience.edu

Chris Langdon , University of Miami
clangdon@rsmas.miami.edu



Date: 06/20/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 317 A/B

10:00
Page, H. N.; Andersson, A. J.; Jokiel, P. L.; Rodgers, K. S.; Lebrato, M.; Yeakel, K. L.; Davidson, C.; D'Angelo, S.; Bahr, K. D.; DIFFERENTIAL MODIFICATIONS OF SEAWATER CARBONATE CHEMISTRY BY MAJOR CORAL REEF BENTHIC COMMUNITIES (Abstract ID:28171) O

10:15
Koweek, D. A.; Albright, R.; A RE-EVALUATION OF NET COMMUNITY CALCIFICATION SENSITIVITY TO CARBONATE SATURATION STATE (Abstract ID:28383) O

10:30
Shamberger, K. E.; Cohen, A. L.; Lentz, S. J.; Barkley, H. C.; DeCarlo, T. M.; McCorkle, D. C.; Golbuu, Y.; SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIABILITY IN NET COMMUNITY CALCIFICATION OF A WESTERN PACIFIC CORAL REEF SYSTEM (Abstract ID:29053) O

10:45
Takeshita, Y.; Andersson, A.; Cyronak, T.; Kindeberg, T.; Martz, T.; McGillis, W.; Price, N.; Smith, J.; DRIVERS FOR BENTHIC METABOLISM AND ITS FEEDBACK TO CARBONATE CHEMISTRY ON A CORAL REEF IN BERMUDA (Abstract ID:29050) O

11:00
Albright, R.; Caldeira, K.; REVERSAL OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ENHANCES NET CORAL REEF CALCIFICATION (Abstract ID:28392) O

11:30
Gruber, R. K.; Lowe, R. J.; Falter, J. L.; COMMUNITY PRODUCTION AND RESPIRATION IN AN EXTREME ENVIRONMENT: NEW INSIGHTS FROM TROPICAL TIDE-DOMINATED FRINGING REEFS (Abstract ID:29424) O

11:45
Bender-Champ, D.; Kubicek, A.; Achlatis, M.; van der Zande, R.; Brown, K.; Dove, S.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; TEMPORAL CHANGES IN THE PRODUCTIVITY AND CALCIFICATION OF SLOPE AND LAGOONAL BENTHIC COMMUNITIES ON A PLATFORM REEF (Abstract ID:29275) O

14:00
Muehllehner, N.; Langdon, C.; Venti, A.; Kadko, D.; DYNAMICS OF CARBONATE CHEMISTRY, PRODUCTION AND CALCIFICATION OF THE FLORIDA REEF TRACT (2009-2010): EVIDENCE THAT HETEROTROPHY IS DRIVING SEASONAL DISSOLUTION (Abstract ID:27865) O

14:15
Vega-Rodriguez, M.; Toro-Farmer, G.; Yates, K.; Melo, N.; Ramsewak, D.; Cerdeira, S.; Herwitz, S.; Turk, D.; Muller-Karger, E. F.; SPATIO-TEMPORAL CHANGES IN CORAL PHOTOSYNTHETIC EFFICIENCY, REEF PRODUCTIVITY AND WATER TURBIDITY AT FLORIDA KEYS PATCH REEFS (Abstract ID:28375) O

14:30
Nakamura, S.; Fujimura, H.; Nakano, Y.; Nakai, T.; Igarashi, M.; Casareto, B. E.; Suzuki, Y.; MEASUREMENT OF CARBON PRODUCTION BY PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND CALCIFICATION OF SHALLOW LAGOON IN SESOKO (Abstract ID:28611) O

14:45
Radice, V. Z.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; Fry, B.; Dove, S. G.; THE INFLUENCE OF UPWELLING ON THE TROPHIC STATUS OF CORALS FROM THE SHALLOW AND DEEP SLOPE IN THE CENTRAL MALDIVES (Abstract ID:28980) O

15:00
van der Zande, R.; Achlatis, M.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; Dove, S.; INCREASED TEMPERATURE IS THE DOMINANT DRIVER OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON ACROPORA FORMOSA (Abstract ID:29173) O

15:15
Wooster, M. K.; Hochberg, E. J.; PRELIMINARY MEASUREMENTS OF CORAL COMMUNITY LIGHT-USE EFFICIENCY IN RESPONSE TO VARIABLE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS (Abstract ID:28716) O

15:30
Mello-Athayde, M. A.; Dove, S.; IMPORTANCE OF HETEROTROPHIC FEEDING FOR PORITES CYLINDRICA AS AN ALTERNATIVE SURVIVAL STRATEGY. (Abstract ID:29224) O

15:45
Thompson, P. D.; Baker, D. M.; DO CORALS ADAPT THEIR ANNUAL SYMBIOTIC METABOLISM STRATEGIES TO COPE WITH SEASONAL TEMPERATURE STRESS AND NITROGEN POLLUTION? (Abstract ID:29298) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

101
Padmakumar, K.; Muraleedharan Nair, G.; CUES FROM SPACE WAR OF MARINE SPONGES AND THE RELATIONSHIP WITH HUMAN TUMOR CELL PROLIFERATION INHIBITORY ACTIVITY (Abstract ID:29377) P

102
Hirsh, H. K.; Torres, W. I.; Shea, M. M.; Dunbar, R. B.; Mucciarone, D. A.; COUPLED BIOGEOCHEMICAL AND HYDRODYNAMIC MEASUREMENTS OVER A PALAUAN SEAGRASS BED: CAN SEAGRASSES MITIGATE LOCAL ACIDIFICATION STRESS? (Abstract ID:29001) P

103
Al-Sofyani, A. A.; Ormond, R.; ZubIer, K.; HIGHER MORTALITY BUT INCREASED GROWTH RATES OF CORAL ON IMPACTED REEFS AT JEDDAH, SAUDI RED SEA (Abstract ID:29082) P

104
Roach, T.; Abieri, M. L.; George, E. E.; Knowles, B.; Smurthwaite, C.; Haas, A. F.; Rohwer, F. L.; THE POWER OF MICROBES: MICROBIAL BIOENERGETICS OF CORAL-ALGAL INTERACTIONS (Abstract ID:28922) P

105
Ortega, A.; Röthig, T.; Ochsenku¨hn, M.; Voolstra, C. R.; CHARACTERIZATION OF METABOLITES IN CORALS UNDER CONDITIONS OF HIGH SALINITY (Abstract ID:28615) P

106
Esherick, L. Y.; Lehnert, E. M.; Hambleton, E. A.; Baumgarten, S.; Pringle, J. R.; GENOMIC AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF C-TYPE LECTINS IN A MODEL CNIDARIAN AND THEIR ROLE IN SYMBIOSIS ESTABLISHMENT (Abstract ID:28430) P

107
Diaz, J. M.; Hansel, C. M.; Apprill, A.; Brighi, C.; Zhang, T.; Weber, L.; McNally, S.; Xun, L.; SPECIES-LEVEL VARIABILITY IN SUPEROXIDE PRODUCTION BY SYMBIOTIC CORALS (Abstract ID:28193) P

108
Kapono, C. A.; Burns, J. H.; Knight, R.; Dorrestein, P. D.; Takabayashi, M.; Gates, R. D.; VISUALIZING THE 3D SPATIAL DYNAMICS OF CHEMICAL AND MICROBIAL SIGNATURES ON CORALS (Abstract ID:28380) P

109
Perez, D. I.; Phinn, S.; Roelfsema, C.; Shaw, E.; VARIABILITY OF CORAL REEF PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND CALCIFICATION COMPLICATES SCALING UP RATES ON HERON ISLAND REEF FLAT IN SOUTHERN GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA (Abstract ID:28419) P

110
Maldonado, A.; Knutson, S.; Ostrander, G.; Slattery, M.; Ankisetty, S.; Goldstone, J.; Watanabe, K.; Rimoldi, J. M.; Schlenk, D.; COEVOLUTION ADAPTATIONS OF BUTTERFLYFISH TO CORAL ALLELOCHEMICALS (Abstract ID:28093) P

112
Bayraktarov, E.; Giardina, E.; Gomez-Lemos, L. A.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; Dove, S.; CORAL-ALGAL DYNAMICS UNDER FUTURE CARBON DIOXIDE SCENARIOS AND EUTROPHICATION (Abstract ID:28306) P

99
Ochsenkuehn, M.; Howells, E.; McParland, D.; Vaughan, G.; Abrego, D.; Burt, J.; Amin, S.; DIAGNOSING CORAL DISEASE WITH METABOLOMIC MARKERS (Abstract ID:29430) P