Program & Agenda

Session Schedule


32 Ocean acidification: Measuring and scaling impacts across multiple scales

Session organizer(s)

Ian Enochs, UM/CIMAS, NOAA/AOML
ian.enochs@noaa.gov

Emily Shaw, California State University Northridge
emily.shaw@csun.edu

Stefano Goffredo, University of Bologna
s.goffredo@unibo.it

Katharina Fabricius, Australian Institute of Marine Science
k.fabricius@aims.gov.au

Steeve Comeau, The University of Western Australia
steeve.comeau@gmail.com

Giuseppe Falini, University of Bologna
giuseppe.falini@unibo.it

Derek Manzello, NOAA
derek.manzello@noaa.gov

Christopher Cornwall, The University of Western Australia
christopher.cornwall@uwa.edu.au

Zvy Dubinsky, Bar-Ilan University
zvykalmog@gmail.com

Nichole Price, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
nprice@bigelow.org

Sarah Hamylton, University of Wollongong
shamylto@uow.edu.au



Date: 06/22/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 314

13:45
Watanabe, A.; Kurihara, H.; Mimura, I.; Kawai, T.; Hongo, C.; Golbuu, Y.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND ITS IMPACT ON ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTION IN LAGOON AND OFFSHORE WATERS OF PALAU (Abstract ID:29429) O

14:00
Kennedy, E. V.; Perry, C. T.; Mumby, P. J.; Diaz-Pulido, G.; REEF CARBONATE BUDGET RESPONSES TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE USE OF CORALLINE ALGAE AS A RESILIENCE INDICATOR FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:28963) O

14:15
DeCarlo, T. M.; Cohen, A. L.; Wong, G. T.; Shiah, F. K.; Lentz, S. J.; Shamberger, K. E.; Davis, K. A.; INTERACTION BETWEEN COMMUNITY METABOLISM AND REEF WATER PH ON A CORAL ATOLL IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA (Abstract ID:28930) O

14:30
Shaw, E.; Edmunds, P.; Lantz, C.; Carpenter, R.; EFFECTS OF CARBONATE CHEMISTRY ON METABOLISM OF AN EXPERIMENTAL CORAL REEF COMMUNITY (Abstract ID:28568) O

14:45
Fabricius, K.; Abrego, D.; Noonan, S.; De'ath, G.; CO2 SEEPS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA AS A NATURAL LABORATORY TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON CORAL RECRUITMENT (Abstract ID:28827) O

15:00
Enochs, I. C.; Manzello, D. P.; Kolodziej, G.; Noonan, S.; Valentino, L.; Fabricius, K.; MICRO-CT ANALYSIS REVEALS DEPRESSED NET CALCIFICATION DUE TO ENHANCED BIOEROSION AND REDUCED ACCRETION OF REEF SUBSTRATA AT CO2 SEEPS (Abstract ID:27953) O

15:15
Smith, J. N.; Glenn, D.; Cornils, A.; Richter, C.; Fabricius, K. E.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION CAUSES ABUNDANCE LOSS OF ZOOPLANKTON LIVING RESIDENTIAL TO CORAL REEFS (Abstract ID:28486) O

15:30
Plaisance, L.; Fabricius, K.; Ransome, E.; Knowlton, N.; CORAL REEF ASSOCIATED CRYTPOFAUNA DIVERSITY PATTERNS ALONG A NATURAL PH GRADIENT (Abstract ID:28856) O

16:15
Potts, D. C.; Cooper, H.; Crook, E. D.; Martínez Fernández, A.; Barshis, D. J.; Rebolledo-Vieyra, M.; Hernández Terrones, L. M.; Paytan, A.; A DIFFERENT KIND OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND ANOTHER REFUGIUM FOR PH-TOLERANT ORGANISMS (Abstract ID:30053) O

16:30
GALINDO-MARTÍNEZ, C. T.; ENRÍQUEZ, S.; CARRICART-GANIVET, J. P.; IGLESIAS-PRIETO, R.; USING BIO-OPTICAL MODELS OF CORAL CALCIFICATION TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL CHANGE (Abstract ID:29700) O

17:00
Foster, T.; Falter, J. L.; McCulloch, M. T.; Clode, P. L.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION CAUSES STRUCTURAL DEFORMITIES IN JUVENILE CORAL SKELETONS (Abstract ID:28010) O

17:15
Evensen, N. R.; Bozec, Y. M.; Edmunds, P. J.; Mumby, P. J.; QUANTIFYING THE EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON THE RECOVERY OF CORAL COMMUNITIES (Abstract ID:28421) O

17:30
Nakamura, T.; Nadaoka, K.; Watanabe, A.; Yamamoto, T.; REEF-SCALE MODEL SYSTEM FOR EVALUATING AND PREDICTING CORAL RESPONSES TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND SEA-LEVEL RISE (Abstract ID:29282) O

17:45
Mongin, M.; Baird, M.; Tilbrook, B.; Matear, R. J.; Lenton, A.; Herzfeld, M.; Wild-Allen, K. A.; Skerratt, J.; Margvelashvili, N.; Robson, B.; Duarte, C.; Gustafsson, M.; Ralph, P. J.; Steven, A.; THE EXPOSURE OF THE GREAT BARRIER REEF TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:29104) O

18:00
Oliver, T. A.; Young, C. W.; Misa, P.; Clark, J. S.; Pomeroy, N. V.; Vargas-Angel, B.; Brainard, R. E.; OBSERVING PROCESS IN THE CARBONATE SYSTEM OF PACIFIC REEFS: NATIONAL CORAL REEF MONITORING PROGRAM IN THE PACIFIC (Abstract ID:29562) O

Poster Presentations


Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

367
Vidal-Dupiol, J.; Soyez, C.; Le Moullac, G.; Chapron, L.; Beliaeff, B.; Gaertner-Mazouni, N.; Brahmi, C.; IMPACT OF TEMPERATURE AND PH PREDICTED FOR THE 22TH CENTURY ON ENERGY METABOLISMS AND SHELL GROWTH OF THE GIANT CLAM TRIDACNA MAXIMA (Abstract ID:28237) P

368
Yang, F.; THE GROWTH AND CALCIFICATION OF THE CORALLINE ALGA, AMPHIROA SP. (Abstract ID:30171) P

369
Long, C.; A SUSPECTED NEW TROPICAL MARINE SPECIES OF AMPHIDINIUM (DINOPHYCEAE)FROM SANYA, CHINA (Abstract ID:30170) P

370
Yan, H.; Yu, K.; Shi, Q.; Tan, Y.; Liu, G.; Zhao, M.; Li, S.; Chen, T.; SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF SEAWATER PCO2 AND SEA-AIR CO2 FLUXES IN A FRINGING CORAL REEF, NORTHERN SOUTH CHINA SEA (Abstract ID:28112) P

371
Rukminasari, N.; Sahabuddin, S.; Lukman, M.; CHANGING PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES IN RESPONSE TO INCREASING CO2 CONCENTRATION: MESOCOSM EXPERIMENT IN BARRANG LOMPO ISLAND, SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (Abstract ID:27979) P

374
Miller, C.; Alessi, C.; Fitzpatrick, R. S.; Irgebay, Z.; Hall, E. R.; SEAGRASS AMELIORATES CORAL PHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE UNDER OA CONDITIONS (Abstract ID:29520) P

375
Nithiyaa, N.; Zulfigar, Y.; Ng, J. E.; Zulfikar, -.; Tan, S. H.; SURVIVABILITY OF JUVENILE CORAL IN THE VICINITY OF A SHALLOW WATER THERMAL VENT (Abstract ID:28989) P

376
Young, C. W.; Oliver, T. A.; Clark, S. J.; Pomeroy, N. V.; Brainard, R. E.; OBSERVING CHANGES IN CARBONATE CHEMISTRY ON CORAL REEFS ACROSS THE PACIFIC (Abstract ID:28837) P

378
Norzagaray-López, C. O.; Hernández-Ayón, J. M.; Calderon-Aguilera, L. E.; Reyes-Bonilla, H.; Castro-Valdez, R.; ARAGONITE SATURATION IN A FRINGING REEF IS STRONGLY INFLUENCED BY OCEANIC CONDITIONS: CABO PULMO, M�XICO. (Abstract ID:29724) P

379
Viyakarn, V.; Lalitpattarakit, W.; Chinfak, N.; Jandang, S.; Kuanui, P.; Songploy, S.; Khokiattiwong, S.; Chavanich, S.; EFFECT OF LOWER PH ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND SETTLEMENT OF CORALS, ACROPORA MILLEPORA AND POCILLOPORA DAMICORNIS (Abstract ID:29969) P

380
Colbert, S. L.; Kiili, S. H.; Hart, K.; Nakoa, J.; FRESH GROUNDWATER IMPACTS ON INORGANIC CARBON DYNAMICS IN COASTAL HAWAI’I (Abstract ID:29995) P

381
Zuckerman, Z.; Burruss, G.; Bayford, P.; Ruddock, D.; Hannan, K.; Bowleg, M.; Curtis-Quick, J.; Shultz, A.; REDUCED METABOLISM, LIMITED STAMINA: ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF ELEVATED CO2 ON A KEY GRAZER (Abstract ID:30062) P


Date: 06/23/2016

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Oral Presentations


Location: 314

09:30
Comeau, S.; Tambutté, E.; Carpenter, R. C.; Evensen, N.; Allemand, D.; Ferrier-Pagès, C.; Tambutté, S.; McCulloch, M. T.; Venn, A.; CORAL REGULATION OF THE CALCIFYING FLUID IS AFFECTED BY SEAWATER DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON CONCENTRATION (Abstract ID:28014) O

09:45
Drake, J. L.; Schaller, M. F.; Mass, T.; Fu, M.; Sherrell, R. M.; Rosenthal, Y.; Falkowski, P. G.; THE INFLUENCE OF CO2 ON CALCIFICATION IN CORAL CELL CULTURES (Abstract ID:29534) O

10:00
Yuan, X. C.; VERTICAL PROFILES OF CALCIUM AND PH IN THE CORAL GASTRIC CAVITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:28522) O

10:15
Reymond, C. E.; Hohn, S.; ALTERING THE CALCIFYING FLUID STOICHIOMETRY INFLUENCES THE RATE AND MORPHOLOGY OF CALCIUM CARBONATE PRODUCTION (Abstract ID:29362) O

10:30
Cai, W. J.; Ma, Y.; Hopkinson, B. M.; Grottoli, A. G.; Warner, M. E.; Ding, Q.; Hu, X.; Yuan, X.; Schoepf, V.; Xu, H.; Han, C.; Melman, T. F.; Hoadley, K. D.; Pettay, D. T.; Matsui, Y.; Baumann, J. H.; Levas, S.; Ying, Y.; Wang, Y.; CORAL INTERIOR CARBONATE CHEMISTRY MEASURED WITH PH AND CARBONATE MICROELECTRODES SUGGESTS THAT THE CHEMISTRY OF THE CALCIFYING FLUID AFFECTS RESILIENCE TO OA (Abstract ID:28076) O

10:45
Georgiou, L.; Falter, J.; Trotter, J.; Kline, D. I.; Holcomb, M.; Dove, S. G.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; D'Olivo Cordero, J. P.; McCulloch, M.; PH HOMEOSTASIS DURING CORAL CALCIFICATION IN A FREE OCEAN CO2 ENRICHMENT (FOCE) EXPERIMENT, HERON ISLAND REEF FLAT, GREAT BARRIER REEF (Abstract ID:28269) O

11:00
Allison, N.; UP-REGULATION OF CALCIFICATION FLUID PH IN MASSIVE PORITES SPP. CORALS: A RESPONSE TO COMPENSATE FOR OCEAN ACIDIFICATION EFFECTS (Abstract ID:29293) O

11:15
Gizzi, F.; de Mas, L.; Airi, V.; Caroselli, E.; Prada, F.; Capaccioni, B.; Levy, O.; Falini, G.; Dubinsky, Z.; Goffredo, S.; SHORT-TERM EXPOSURE AT CO2 VENT AFFECT SPERMATOGENESIS IN A TEMPERATE NON-ZOOXANTHELLATE CORAL (Abstract ID:29470) O

13:45
Watanabe, T.; KAMIMURA, K.; SEKIYA, S.; Yamazaki, A.; Omori, K.; LE GUERN, F.; KIYOKAWA, S.; A 100 YEARS CORAL GROWTH HISTORY IN VOLCANICALLY ACIDIFIED ENVIRONMENTS: ANALOGUES FOR CORAL ACCLIMATION TO FUTURE OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (Abstract ID:29064) O

14:00
Brown, D. J.; Iglesias_Prieto, R.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION HAS NO EFFECT ON CORAL BLEACHING OR RECOVERY FOR SCLERACTINIAN CORALS (Abstract ID:28729) O

14:15
Krämer, W. E.; Iglesias-Prieto, R.; Enríquez, S.; THERMAL STRESS AGGRAVATES THE EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON FOUR CARIBBEAN REEF-BUILDING CORALS (Abstract ID:28443) O

14:30
Cobleigh, K. A.; Foguel, A.; Roycroft, M.; Armstrong, P.; Davies, S. W.; Ries, J. B.; Castillo, K. D.; WARMING AND ACDIFICATIONALTER SKELETAL MORPHOLOGY OF THE REEF-BUILDING CORAL SIDERASTREA SIDEREA (Abstract ID:28336) O

14:45
Prada, F.; Caroselli, E.; Mengoli, S.; Fantazzini, P.; Capaccioni, B.; Pasquini, L.; Levy, O.; Weaver, J. C.; Fabricius, K. E.; Dubinsky, Z.; Falini, G.; Goffredo, S.; OCEAN WARMING AND ACIDIFICATION SYNERGISTICALLY INCREASE CORAL MORTALITY (Abstract ID:29374) O

15:00
Bove, C. B.; Ries, J. B.; Davies, S. W.; Westfield, I. T.; Castillo, K. D.; EFFECTS OF OCEAN WARMING AND CO2-INDUCED ACIDIFICATION ON CALCIFICATION OF FOUR CARIBBEAN REEF-BUILDING CORALS (Abstract ID:28700) O

15:15
Anderson, K. D.; Cantin, N. E.; Casey, J. M.; Pratchett, M. S.; SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS OF OCEAN WARMING AND ACIDIFICATION ON GROWTH AND SURVIVORSHIP OF COMMON REEF-BUILDING CORALS (Abstract ID:28537) O

15:30
Wall, C. B.; Ellis, W.; Mason, R.; Cunning, R.; Gates, R.; COMBINED EFFECTS OF PCO2 AND IRRADIANCE ON THE ENERGY RESERVES AND CALCIFICATION OF A REEF BUILDING CORAL (Abstract ID:29018) O

16:15
Caroselli, E.; Prada, F.; Capaccioni, B.; Levy, O.; Falini, G.; Dubinsky, Z.; Kaandorp, J.; Goffredo, S.; GROWTH AND DEMOGRAPHY OF THE MEDITERRANEAN ENDEMIC SOLITARY CORAL BALANOPHYLLIA EUROPAEA LIVING ALONG A NATURAL PCO2 GRADIENT (Abstract ID:28605) O

16:30
Watson, S. A.; Spady, B. L.; Lefevre, S.; McCormick, M. I.; Domenici, P.; Nilsson, G. E.; Munday, P. L.; OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ALTERS MARINE INVERTEBRATE BEHAVIOUR VIA NEURAL IMPAIRMENT (Abstract ID:29038) O

16:45
Liu, P. J.; Chang, H. F.; Lin, H. J.; EFFECTS OF OCEAN WARMING AND ACIDIFICATION ON THE SEAGRASS THALASSIA HEMPRICHII FROM CORAL REEFS OF KENTING, TAIWAN (Abstract ID:28666) O

17:00
Briggs, A. A.; Carpenter, R. C.; LIGHT MEDIATES THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSE OF A CRUSTOSE CORALLINE ALGA TO OCEAN ACIDIFICATION, AND CONSEQUENCES FOR OTHER PHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES (Abstract ID:29477) O

17:15
Le Moullac, G.; Soyez, C.; Vidal-Dupiol, J.; Latchère, O.; Belliard, C.; Fievet, J.; Sham-Koua, M.; Gueguen, Y.; HIGH PCO2 AND WARMING ARE THREATS FOR THE PEARL OYSTER PINCTADA MARGARITIFERA AND THE PEARL FARMING. (Abstract ID:28220) O

17:30
Ward, S.; Noel, A.; Yanovsky, R.; CHANGES TO THE EARLY LIFE OF THE SEAHARE APLYSIA DACTYLOMELA WITH OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND RISING TEMPERATURE. (Abstract ID:29348) O

17:45
Hall, E. R.; Milazzo, M.; Meibom, A.; Bodin, J.; Fine, M.; PLASTICITY OF SEA ANEMONES ALONG VOLCANIC PH GRADIENTS (Abstract ID:29497) O

18:00
Gibbin, E.; Krueger, T.; Bodin, J.; Giovani, M. E.; Hall, E.; Milazzo, M.; Meibom, A.; Fine, M.; NUTRITIONAL INTERACTIONS IN LONG-TERM REDUCED PH SUGGEST ACCLIMATION OF ANEMONIA VIRIDIS? (Abstract ID:28346) O