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Ocean Sciences at the Interface 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 1 high performance & fair prices Optical Oxygen Sensor Systems One Device - Many Applications with different fiber-optic oxygen sensors Available Oxygen Sensors Robust Probes Minisensors Microsensors Bare Fiber Sensors -- FireSting02 meter versatile logger software automatic temperature and pressure compensation for gases and liquids normal and trace sensors Flow-Through Cells OEM Solution for your underwater application FireSting02-Mini optical oxygen meter pyrosc ence li -- 67 x 25 x 25 mm with analog outputs your housing optical feedthrough SubPort for deep sea applications l fiber-optic oxygen mini sensor OS R430 with ----Uii8iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiilii underwater connector pyroscience sensor technology TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome Letter................................................................................................................................................2 Meeting Services........................................................................................................................................4 5 Keynote and Plenaries..............................................................................................................................6 7 Awards.................................................................................................................................................................8 Events at a Glance..................................................................................................................................10 11 Town Halls................................................................................................................................................12 18 Program Committee....................................................................................................................................19 Floor Plans................................................................................................................................................20 22 Exhibitor Profiles....................................................................................................................................23 30 Meeting Summary Chart....................................................................................................................31 56 Scientific Program...............................................................................................................................58 241 Presenting Author Index................................................................................................................243 261 Advertising Index.......................................................................................................................................263 General Information This program book contains general meeting information a meeting summary chart and a presenting author index. The Meeting Summary Chart provides a list of sessions by day time and discipline. Information includes the session number title start time meeting room and type of session. (pages 31 56). The Online Schedule allows attendees to search and view the scientific program at https agu.confex.com agu os16 meetingapp.cgi The Presenting Author Index contains presenters names followed by the paper number that they are presenting (pages 243 261). Content in this program book is current as of 20 January 2016. Note Attendees at the Ocean Sciences Meeting may be videographed and photographed for archival and marketing purposes. Attendees are not allowed to photograph video or record information in the scientific sessions Poster hall or Exhibit hall. Emergency Contact We recommend that you create emergency contact information in your cell phone listed as ICE (In Case of Emergency) for emergency purposes if necessary. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 1 WELCOME LETTER Welcome Letters Welcome to the 2016 Ocean Science Meeting On behalf of the American Geophysical Union the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography and The Oceanography Society we would like to welcome you to the 18th Biennial Ocean Sciences Meeting Ocean Sciences at the Interface. Complex interactions occur at a variety of interfaces and on a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. These interactions are critical for understanding the world around us and implementing informed policies in a global society. This year s meeting will highlight processes at these interfaces and how this research is advancing the study of ocean sciences and shaping our impact on society. The Ocean Sciences Meeting is a unique event it is packed with the highest quality programming including more than 200 oral sessions and more than 150 poster sessions. Over the next five days research representing cutting-edge breakthroughs and innovative solutions to myriad challenges and opportunities will be presented expanding our collective knowledge and demonstrating our ability to advance scientific enterprise. Sessions will include all aspects of oceanography especially multidisciplinary topics as well as presentations that reflect new and emerging research on the global ocean and society including science education outreach and public policy. Jim Elser ASLO President To supplement that robust scientific program for the second meeting in a row we will be offering tutorial sessions. These talks are designed to have a broad appeal to participants seeking an overview of a given topic. We are also offering a complete schedule of Town Hall Meetings where government agencies academic programs special projects and other groups will gather input from the broader ocean sciences community. And of course we have an exciting slate of keynote lectures include The Honorable Dr. Jane Lubchenco former NOAA Administrator. In addition various workshops with a focus on professional development are available to all attendees. Between the outstanding programming the extensive opportunities to network and make new connections and the inspiring stage the city of New Orleans sets for this gathering the 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting will truly be a special experience. Margaret Leinen AGU President Susan Lozier TOS President We want to thank you our attendees for your commitment to scientific excellence and for your participation in this important event. You play a vital role in science s ability to change the world and we sincerely hope that this meeting will provide you a platform on which your passion for discovery and innovation can flourish. Please enjoy the meeting 2 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 MEETING SERVICES 5K Fun Run Registration Lobby B1 Level 1 Sunday 2 00 P.M. 7 30 P.M. Monday Wednesday 7 00 A.M. 5 30 P.M. Join your colleagues on Thursday for the Ocean Sciences 5K Fun Run. The course is within walking distance from the conference center and follows a scenic run along the waterfront before turning up Esplanade Avenue and eventually returning along the same route. Participants will receive a Fun Run Mug from which to enjoy drinks during the meeting and all proceeds will go towards improving the water quality coastline and habitat of the local Lake Pontchartrain Basin. Visit the Registration area for more information and to receive your pre-race packets. Entrance Fee 30 USD and includes a mug with the Race Logo and timing chip. First Aid Lobby B2 Level 1 Sunday 2 00 P.M. 9 00 P.M. Monday Friday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. A registered nurse will be available to provide basic first aid services and supply items such as bandages and acetaminophen. General Information Booth Meeting Services Lobby B1 Level 1 Sunday 2 00 P.M. 9 00 P.M. Monday Friday 7 30 A.M. 6 00 P.M. General meeting information is available here. Lost and found items will be held here until the end of each day after which items will be taken to the Meeting Services Booth. Attendees cannot be paged. It is recommended that messages be left at the attendee s hotel. Exhibits Exhibit Hall B2-1 Level 1 Tuesday Thursday 9 30 A.M. 6 00 P.M. See pages 23 30 for a complete list of exhibitors. Internet Stations Lobby A Level 1 Computers are available for attendee use. Please be mindful of your time when colleagues are waiting to use the Internet. Press Room Room 214 Level 2 Monday Thursday 7 30 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Friday 7 30 A.M. 2 00 P.M. To help report on newsworthy scientific findings presented at the Ocean Sciences Meeting a Press Room is available for reporters press officers bloggers and others to work and mingle. Lost and Found Mothers Room The Meeting Services Desk is located in Lobby B1 Level 1. Level 2 B216 Monday Friday 7 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. A private room has been set aside for mothers needs. Student Lounge Career Center Poster Hall Great Hall CD Level 1 Monday Friday 9 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Sit back and relax with your colleagues in between sessions or watch entertaining pop-up talks all in the Student Lounge. Come to the Career Center to take advantage of the world s top talented Ocean scientists in one location--interview your ideal new employee or find the job that fits you perfectly Refreshments Poster Hall Great Hall CD Level 1 10 00 A.M. 10 30 A.M. coffee and soft drinks. 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. coffee soft drinks beer and light snacks. Lobby E Monday Friday 8 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. UPS Center Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Services include packing shipping and general office supplies. GENERAL SERVICES Child Care Lobby A Ticket Office 1 Level 1 Monday Friday 7 30 A.M. 6 30 P.M. A childcare program will be provided to attendees with children during the entire week of the meeting. Child care services are a contractual agreement between each individual and the child care company. AGU assumes no responsibility for the services rendered. Wireless Internet Services Wireless Internet access is available throughout much of the Convention Center. The network access code is OSM2016. PRESENTER SERVICES Poster Help Lobby B1 Level 1 Monday Friday 7 30 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Staff will be available to assist you with your poster location and other on-site needs. Push pins tape and scissors will be available for your use. Coat Check Services Lobby A Level 1 Sunday 4 00 P.M. 9 30 P.M. Monday Friday 7 00 A.M. 6 30 P.M. Fees 2.00 USD per coat jacket and 3.00 USD per luggage. Speaker Ready Room Room 224 Level 2 Sunday 2 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Monday Tuesday 7 00 A.M. 7 00 P.M. Wednesday Thursday 7 00 A.M. 6 00 P.M. Friday 7 00 A.M. 4 00 P.M. ALL speakers are required to check into the Speaker Ready Room at least 24 hours before their presentation. 4 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING REGISTRATION SERVICES Lobby B1 Level 1 Sunday 2 00 P.M. 9 00 P.M. Monday Friday 7 00 A.M. 5 30 P.M. If you received your name badge in the mail don t forget to bring it with you to the convention center level 1. Attendees must register and wear their conference badge while attending all Ocean Sciences Meeting functions. If you did not receive your name badge in the mail visit any Pre-Registration counter on level 1 of the convention center listed above to pick up your badge materials. geophysical sciences field or studying geophysics in school may not register as a guest. Registered guests may not attend the scientific sessions including the Poster Hall. Guests may visit the Exhibit Hall and purchase tickets to social events at the advertised rates. Special Needs Meeting Services Guests Registered attendees may also register a guest or spouse at a charge of 125. A guest is a spouse friend or adult child (18 years old and older) who is not working in a geophysical sciences related occupation or field. A colleague or associate working in a related Lobby B1 Level 1 Sunday 2 00 P.M. 9 00 P.M. Monday Friday 7 00 A.M. 5 30 P.M. Staff will be on hand to answer any questions related to the registration process. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 5 Meeting Services Meetings staff will work with its vendors to provide reasonable support to anyone with special needs. If you require special assistance during the meeting contact the Meeting Services Booth on level 1 Lobby B1. KEYNOTE ADDRESS Sunday 21 February Great Hall AB Level 1 6 00 P.M. 7 30 P.M. The Honorable Dr. Jane Lubchenco University Distinguished Professor Oregon State University Corvallis and U.S. Science Envoy for the Ocean Department of State Lubchenco University Distinguished Professor Oregon State University and U.S. Science Envoy for the Ocean Department of State is a marine ecologist with expertise in the ocean climate change and interactions between the environment and human well-being. She was Administrator of NOAA from 2009-2013 where she helped implement policies to ensure scientific integrity highlight the importance of addressing climate change and ocean acidification restore the position of Chief Scientist craft the first U.S. National Ocean Policy and return U.S. fisheries to sustainability and profitability. With a Ph.D. in ecology from Harvard University Lubchenco has eight Science Citation Classic publications. She has received numerous awards including a MacArthur genius award and 20 honorary degrees and is a member of the National Academy of Sciences among other accomplishments. PLENARIES Keynote and Plenaries Tuesday 23 February 10 30 A.M. 11 30 A.M. Great Hall AB Level 1 Susan Lozier President of The Oceanography Society Lozier is a physical oceanographer with interests in large-scale ocean circulation. Upon completion of her Ph.D. at the University of Washington she was a postdoctoral scholar at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She has been a member of the Duke faculty since 1992. Lozier was the recipient of an NSF Early Career Award in 1996 was awarded a Bass Chair for Excellence in Research and Teaching in 2000 received a Duke University Award for Excellence in Mentoring in 2007 was named an AMS Fellow in 2008 a Distinguished Professor in 2012 an AGU Fellow in 2014 and a AAAS Fellow in 2015 . She currently serves as the President of The Oceanography Society and is the international lead for the OSNAP (Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program) observing system. PANEL Tuesday 23 February 11 30 A.M. 12 30 P.M. Great Hall AB Level 1 Nancy Knowlton Senior Scientist Emeritus at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Knowlton holds the Sant Chair in Marine Science at the Smithsonian s National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. and is senior scientist emeritus at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama. Her research centers on the diversity and conservation of life in the ocean. She is the author of National Geographic s best-selling Citizens of the Sea was the founding director of the Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Smithsonian s Ocean Portal website and contributes regularly to the global ocean conversation via seacitizens. Her current research uses state of the art molecular methods to find out what really lives in the sea and she is actively engaged in spreading messages of conservation hope through the OceanOptimism initiative that she helped launch in 2014. Knowlton is a past member of the AAAS Board a winner of the Peter Benchley Prize and the Heinz Award and was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in 2013. 6 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING LaDon Swann Director of the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium and Auburn University Marine Programs Swann is responsible for implementing practical solutions to coastal issues through competitive research graduate student training and extension and outreach and K-12 education in Alabama and Mississippi. In addition to his administrative duties for Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant and the Auburn University Marine Extension and Research Center Swann conducts research on shellfish aquaculture and habitat restoration. He has more than 25 years of experience designing delivering and evaluating adult education programs. The Tennessee native worked 10 years with the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant College Program at Purdue University where he earned a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction for adults. He also served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Togo West Africa in the mid-1980s. Charles A. Wilson III Chief Science Officer of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative and Emeritus Professor in the Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences Louisiana State University (LSU). During his twenty-seven year tenure at LSU Wilson served as Chair of the Department of Oceanography Vice Provost in LSU s Office of Academic Affairs and Executive Director of Louisiana Sea Grant. His career research program on the biota of the northern Gulf of Mexico focused primarily on marine fish life history and the impact of oil and gas development on fish populations. PLENARIES Thursday 25 February 10 30 A.M. 11 30 A.M. Great Hall AB Level 1 Corinne Le Qu r Professor of Climate Change Science and Policy at the University of East Anglia and Director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research Le Qu r conducts research on the interactions between climate change and the carbon cycle. Her research has contributed to understanding how climate change and variability affects the air-sea flux of CO2 and the ocean carbon sink particularly in the Southern Ocean. She spearheaded the application of Plankton Functional Types that led to a step change in the representation of marine ecosystem functioning in global biogeochemistry models. Prof Le Qu r instigated and leads the annual update of global carbon budgets as part of the Global Carbon Project a 10-year effort to coordinate the timely delivery of policy-relevant carbon research and assist the international policy process to address climate change. Prof Le Qu r was author of multiple assessments reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which was awarded the Nobel price prize in 2007. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the new Future Earth research platform for global sustainability. She received multiple awards for her work most recent the Blaise Pascal Medal of the European Academy of Sciences. 11 30 A.M. 12 30 P.M. Antje Boetius Professor of Geomicrobiology at the University Bremen and leader of a joint research group on Deep Sea Ecology and Technology of the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research and the Max Planck Institute of Marine Microbiology Boetius became Professor for Microbiology in 2001 at the Jacobs University in Bremen and was Group leader at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology from 2003-2008. Boetius is an expert of marine biogeochemistry biological oceanography deep-sea biology and microbial of the ocean. She works on polar seas on chemosynthetic ecosystems and other extreme habitats of the ocean. Boetius has lead or participated in over 45 expeditions and has coordinated many national and international research programs. Antje Boetius and her team are renowned for their contributions to the diversity and function of life associated with seafloor processes including pelagobenthic coupling gas seepage and fluid flow and the structure function and dynamics of microbial communities of the ocean floor. Antje Boetius is a member of the German Science Council and of the advisory boards of many international and national research programs marine research institutes and museums. She is an elected AGU Fellow and the American Academy of Microbiology. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 7 Keynote and Plenaries SOCIETY AWARD LECTURES Wednesday 24 February 10 30 A.M. 12 30 P.M. The AGU Sverdrup Award Lecture Fiamma Straneo Senior Scientist Department of Physical Oceanography Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution The Harald Ulrik Sverdrup Lecture honors the life and work of geophysicist Harald Sverdrup. The Sverdrup Lecturer is selected for exemplifying Harald Sverdrup s work with outstanding contributions to the basic science of the atmosphere and the oceans and or unselfish service promoting cooperation in atmospheric and oceanographic research. The ASLO G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award Jack Middelburg Professor Department of Geosciences Research Institute Director Earth Sciences Utrecht University The ASLO G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award honors a limnology and oceanography scientist who has made considerable contributions to knowledge and whose future work promises a continuing legacy of scientific excellence. The G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award has been presented annually since 1982 to recognize excellence in any aspect of limnology or oceanography. The award is intended to symbolize the quality and innovations toward which the society strives and to remind its members of these goals. In lending his name to the award Hutchinson asked that recipients be scientists who had made considerable contributions to knowledge and whose future work promised a continuing legacy of scientific excellence. Society Award Lectures The TOS Munk Award Lecture Carl Wunsch Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physical Oceanography Emeritus Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Walter Munk Award is granted jointly by The Oceanography Society the Office of Naval Research and the Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy. Recipients are selected based on their Significant original contributions to the understanding of physical ocean processes related to sound in the sea Significant original contributions to the application of acoustic methods to that understanding Outstanding service that fosters research in ocean science and instrumentation contributing to the above 8 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 9 EVENTS AT A GLANCE Function Sunday 21 February Best Practices in Mentoring Connection Workshop I Early Career Workshop Reviewing Proposals and Manuscripts The Good The Bad and The Ugly Early Career Workshop The Secrets of Publishing Your Article in International Journals South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (SAMOC) VI Workshop Early Career Workshop Getting Your First Job-Putting Together an Application and Getting Through the Interview Process Early Career Workshop Navigating the First Few Years from Accepting a Position to Your First Pre-Tenure Merit Evaluations Share Science in Your Community Clear and Compelling Public Communication Polynyas and Ice in the Ross Sea Cruise Planning Meeting Connection Workshop II Early Career Workshop How Learning Works Useful Techniques for Future Teachers Early Career Workshop The Art of Teaching Exploring Successful Strategies for Improving the Preparation of 2YC Students for Ocean Science Careers Ocean Science Education and Outreach Broadening the Reach of Your Science Mentor Mentee Meet-Up 9 00 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 9 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. 11 00 A.M. 11 15 A.M. 1 30 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 7 30 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 6 00 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 3 30 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 5 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 5 30 P.M. 5 30 P.M. 5 45 P.M. 9 00 P.M. 211-213 220-221 228-230 225-227 217-219 228-230 225-227 223 201-202 220-221 228-230 225-227 211-213 231-232 RO4 225-227 228-230 Rivergate Room Great Hall Open To All Registration Required Registration Required Registration Required Open To All Registration Required Registration Required Application Required Invitation Required Registration Required Registration Required Registration Required Open To All Open To All Pre-Registration Registration Required Registration Required Invitation Required Open To All Start Time End Time Room Event Type Events at a Glance Early Career Workshop A Primer to Proposal Writing Merit Review and Research Funding Early Career Workshop Early Career Funding Opportunities in Europe Ocean Sciences Meeting Student Mentoring Program Welcome Session Icebreaker Monday 22 February Ocean Sciences Meeting Student Mentoring Program Planning Meeting Ocean Sciences Executive Committee Meeting Physical Samples in Ocean Sciences A Forum Hosted Jointly by EarthCube CReSCyNT and iSamples Research Coordination Networks and SeaView Integrative Activity Student Pop-Up Talks ASLO Editors and Wiley Demonstration Forum Techniques for Decoding Your Science and Overcoming Bottlenecks in Student Learning Early Career Mixer Student Mixer 10 00 A.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 11 00 A.M. 1 45 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 7 30 P.M. 7 30 P.M. Mural Yellow Room 223 201-202 Poster Hall Great Hall CD 203-205 208-209 Mural Yellow Room Rivergate Room Invitation Required Invitation Required Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Tuesday 23 February The Oceanography Society Breakfast Ocean Sciences Journalist for a Day Mini-Workshop 7 00 A.M. 7 30 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 7 45 A.M. Great Hall Foyer N A Invitation Required Invitation Required 10 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Function Student Pop-Up Talks Connecting with Diverse Audiences Research Mentoring Panel Snap-It-Up Workshop Teeing up Transition Crafting Recommendations for Ocean Science Priorities in a New Administration National Oceanographic Partnership Program 2015 Excellence in Partnering Awards Ceremony Youth Poster Session Center for Ocean Solutions Multidisciplinary Mixer Jam Session Start Time 12 30 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 1 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. End Time 2 00 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 2 30 P.M. 6 00 P.M. 8 00 P.M. 11 00 P.M. Room Poster Hall Great Hall CD 208-209 203-205 215-216 Rivergate Room 223 Great Hall Rivergate Room B.B. Kings Blues Club Event Type Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Open To All Wednesday 24 February COSEE-Global Ocean Science Education Breakfast Agency Breakfast Marine Biodiversity Observation Network Inner Shelf DRI Meeting Exploring Careers Outside of Academia Getting People to Hang On to (Almost) Every Word Telling Stories About Your Science Satellite & In Situ Salinity (SISS) Working Group Meeting Sea Education Association Alumni Gathering 6 30 A.M. 6 45 A.M. 10 00 A.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 6 15 P.M. 6 15 P.M. 8 00 A.M. 7 45 A.M. 12 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 10 15 P.M. 8 00 P.M. Mural Yellow Room Rivergate Room 201-202 223 208-209 203-205 223 Rivergate Room Open To All Pre-Registration Required Invitation Required Invitation Required Open To All Open To All Open To All Thursday 25 February Agency Breakfast TOS Business Meeting Workshop on Transport Mooring Arrays in the Atlantic in the Framework of the AtlantOS Project Teaching Introductory Ocean and Environmental Sciences Win-Win Partnerships Broader Impacts That Make a Difference TOS Council Meeting 2nd Workshop on Environmental Controls of Marine N2 Fixation Present Knowledge and Future Challenges 6 45 A.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 30 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 12 45 P.M. 1 15 P.M. 4 30 P.M. 7 45 A.M. 1 15 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 1 45 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 7 30 P.M. Rivergate Room 201-202 207 215-216 203-205 201-202 201-202 Pre-Registration Required Invitation Only Invitation Required Open To All Open To All Invitation Required Invitation Required Friday 26 February Agency Breakfast Development Board Meeting The Mississippi River Influence Project Mekong Discussion Group 6 45 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 12 30 P.M. 7 45 A.M. 5 00 P.M. 12 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. Rivergate Room 223 201-202 201-202 Ticketed Invitation Required Invitation Required Invitation Required 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 11 Events at a Glance Open To All TOWN HALLS Monday 22 February 12 45 1 45 P.M. Toward a Standard User-Friendly Chemical Speciation Model for Seawater and Estuarine Waters Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia (AH) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals (CT) Estuarine and Coastal (EC) There is at present no community-agreed model for calculating speciation--particularly of key trace metals the carbonate system and including the various definitions of pH--in oceanic and estuarine environments. Consequently chemical speciation calculations are often of uncertain accuracy and are neither traceable nor repeatable by others. SCOR Working Group 145 aims to (i) develop an internationally agreed speciation model based on the Pitzer equations to address these problems and (ii) make this model available through a user-friendly web tool. This town hall meeting will present the draft scope of the model and seek comments from potential users. NOAA s Research and Development Enterprise Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes (A) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Policy (P) At this town hall we will discuss NOAA s strategic developments in managing the agency s research portfolio. Specific areas of focus include strategic research guidance transitioning research to operations and managing our partnerships with academia and industry. PO.DAAC Discover and Utilize NASA Physical Oceanographic Data Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes (A) The Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center (PO.DAAC) is NASA s data center for physical oceanographic data which spans ocean surface winds ocean surface topography salinity sea surface temperature gravity ocean circulation and more. This town hall will provide a summary on PO.DAAC s data holdings and demonstrate various tools and services to discover visualize subset and obtain those data. These services are designed to span the diversity of our users such as researchers that need to co-locate satellite data to their in situ measurements data managers who need to supplement their data holdings and climate modelers who require long time series. CLIVAR--Climate and Ocean The Next 10 Years of CLIVAR Science as Part of the World Climate Research Programme Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 225-227 Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) The session is targeted to climate and ocean researchers and practitioners at early-career mid-career and senior levels. It will serve to inform about the new CLIVAR science plan and to provide a platform to hear and discuss your ideas on future science and implementation needs required to meet urgent climate research goals. Introductory presentations by the CLIVAR Science Steering Group will be followed by audience participation and discussion. The outcomes will be incorporated into the planning for the CLIVAR Science plan to be presented at the CLIVAR Open Science Conference in Qingdao China in September 2016 (see clivar2016. org). The Distributed Biological Observatory in the Pacific Arctic A Community Status Report Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 220-221 High Latitude Environments (HE) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) The Distributed Biological Observatory (DBO) was initiated in the Pacific Arctic in 2012 to track marine biological responses to changing physical conditions. The observatory consists of internationally coordinated multi-trophic level sampling including physical biogeochemical and biological measurements. These observations are made annually along transects that have been identified as biologically significant in the Chukchi Sea and more recently in the Beaufort Sea. The approaches being used include hydrographic surveys satellite observations pelagic and benthic sampling and biophysical moorings. We will highlight initial results from DBO activities in relation to retrospective and ongoing process-oriented studies in the region. Monday 22 February 6 30 7 30 P.M. The 2017 2027 National Academy of Sciences Decadal Survey for Earth Science and Applications from Space Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 Policy (P) Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) In 2007 the National Research Council issued its inaugural decadal survey of all Earth sciences that could benefit from spaceborne observations (http www.nap.edu openbook.php record_ id 11820). The next survey covering a 10-year period starting in late 2017 again will be sponsored by NASA NOAA and the USGS. A key element of the survey will be a canvas of the community for new ideas about missions programs and capabilities to advance Earth system science and to ensure the nation maintains healthy robust and successful research and application programs. Representatives from the survey will be on hand to lead a discussion toward these objectives. Reflections on 40 Years of the DISCO Symposia Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 208-209 Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals (CT) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia (AH) Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes (A) The 25th DISCO (Dissertations Symposium in Chemical Oceanography) meeting in 2016 will mark almost 40 years since the symposia Town Halls 12 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING was established a full career for many in the field. Thus it seems a good time to reflect on the historical achievements in chemical oceanography over this timeframe and the influence of the meeting on the participants careers. All DISCO alumni are invited to an OPEN-MICROPHONE Town Hall to discuss these issues. We will have a no-host bar and will request a contribution at the door to help cover food costs. Please email Karen Selph selph hawaii.edu if you plan to attend. PACE NASA s Next Generation Ocean Color Satellite Mission Town Hall Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 220-221 Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Phytoplankton and Primary Production (PP) Earth s changing climate is measurably impacting aquatic ecosystems. To understand and predict further impacts it remains critical to study ecological processes determine the roles of the ocean land and atmosphere in biogeochemical cycling and investigate the effects of rising atmospheric CO2. NASA initiated the PACE mission to continue its multidecadal record of satellite ocean color observations. PACE will collect measurements essential for understanding marine and terrestrial biology biogeochemistry ecology and cloud-aerosol dynamics and improving climate model predictions. This town hall will provide community members interested in satellite observations with updates on the PACE mission and its science. Synoptic Arctic Survey A Fundament for Future Arctic Research Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 225-227 Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Marine Ecosystems (ME) High Latitude Environments (HE) Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia (AH) The Synoptic Arctic Survey (SAS) is an initiative for a coordinated multinational multiship survey of the Arctic Ocean s ecosystems carbon cycle and associated hydrography using a fleet of international icebreakers and research vessels. The new data set will allow for unprecedented assessments of the state of the Arctic Ocean and detection of the impact of climate change on these systems and provide a baseline to track future climate change. The goal of this town hall is to (1) inform researchers and policymakers about the SAS (2) present the first draft of the Science Plan and (3) seek community feedback and engagement. Discussion on the Future of Ocean Models in the U.S. Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 203-205 Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes (A) Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals (CT) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Over the past two decades several new ocean circulation models using different grids and vertical coordinate systems have been developed. Most model codes are freely available to the research community and many improvements and additions have been proposed but are not always adopted by the model developers. Researchers involved in model development and curatorship as well as the use of numerical models are invited to make short presentations to frame a discussion on where the ocean sciences should go with regards to ocean modeling. Is the status quo adequate or should a new structure governance be considered for community ocean models Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative (DOSI) Town Hall Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Education and Outreach (ED) Human Use and Impacts (HI) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) The Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative (DOSI) is a union of experts from across disciplines and sectors (industry regulators scientists and civil society) who are developing guidance for sustainable use and management of deep-ocean resources. DOSI works by addressing priority areas and developing tools strategies and resources to maintain ecosystem integrity as well as programs that promote sustainability and responsible use of the deep ocean. DOSI is working to increase awareness and build capacity (especially in developing nations) for support of initiatives that will lead to sustainable use and management of deep-ocean resources now and for future generations. Innovative Graduate Curriculum in Limnology and Oceanography Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Education and Outreach (ED) Graduate curriculum in limnology and oceanography has classically been taught with separation both between different silos of knowledge and between knowledge and skills development. At the Large Lakes Observatory we are undertaking a project to rethink our first-year graduate curriculum including interdisciplinary flipped-classrooms and emphasis on scientific skill-building. Additionally students will work with area professionals on capstone projects building their professional networks and preparing them for non-academic careers. This forum will be an opportunity for educators to discuss and share ideas about their efforts in building innovative curricula preparing students for non-academic careers and integrating skills into traditional knowledge-based curriculum. Tuesday 23 February 12 45 1 45 P.M. MPOWIR--Past Present and Future Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Mentoring Physical Oceanography Women to Increase Retention (MPOWIR) has been active for nearly a decade offering mentoring through conferences and small groups as well as internship opportunities. Where should MPOWIR head in the future An overview of MPOWIR and an assessment of its impact by a panel of program participants will set the stage for a lively discussion of how MPOWIR can best influence retention of women into the future. All members of the physical oceanographic community and related disciplines regardless of gender or career stage are encouraged to participate. Lunch will be provided on a first-come basis. Utilizing Online Streaming Data from the National Science Foundation s Ocean Observatories Initiative Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 220-221 Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) In fall 2015 the NSF-funded Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) went operational with online streaming data freely accessible by login. Join the OOI Director Jim Kelly and OOI scientists for a town hall discussion about the newly commissioned OOI. Topics to be discussed include array configuration data access and availability case studies of data use and upcoming plans for the next calendar year. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 13 Town Halls Benefits and Challenges of Diurnal (Hourly) Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Applications Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 225-227 Estuarine and Coastal (EC) Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Phytoplankton and Primary Production (PP) Ocean color remote sensing from geostationary orbit provides the capability of high temporal resolution measurements (less than hourly) that can revolutionize the scientific application and societal value of ocean color observations from space. This capability is necessary to study nearshore and shelf waters where the physical biological and chemical processes react on short timescales monitor water quality detect and track coastal hazards and improve satellite data assimilation into operational models. We will give an update on NASA s GEO-CAPE mission highlight new science enabled by the Korean GOCI sensor and discuss the potential for a global constellation of Geostationary Ocean Color sensors. Marine Industries Science & Technology (MIST) Cluster Industry Town Hall Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Education and Outreach (ED) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) The Marine Industries Science & Technology (MIST) cluster is a collaborative effort along the northern Gulf of Mexico to formalize maritime industries throughout the region. Funded under a contract from the Small Business Administration MIST will be holding localized industry town halls in GoM states during fall 2015. This town hall will present the results of data collected concerning relevant issues within the area for the cluster to adopt. Along with the initially adopted issue of ocean observing the cluster will form committees based around industry-identified issues and paths for addressing those issues. Ocean 180 Town Hall and Video Showcase Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 Education and Outreach (ED) To connect ocean scientists with students around the world in 2013 COSEE Florida launched the Ocean 180 Video Challenge. Ocean 180 encourages scientists to use video to share their latest discoveries with students and the public. Participants submit 3-minute video abstracts summarizing the findings of a recent paper and winners are selected by middle school students all over the world. This town hall targets scientists and educators and will highlight Ocean 180 as an effective broader impact strategy. It will include a panel discussion on effective video storytelling a screening of the 2016 finalists and an announcement of the winners. Tuesday 23 February 6 30 7 30 P.M. National Science Foundation Division of Ocean Sciences Town Hall Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 Marine Geology and Sedimentology (MG) Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Other (O) An update from the U.S. National Science Foundation Division of Ocean Sciences regarding recent developments in research funding infrastructure and education. Progress toward implementation of recommendations from the NRC NAS Sea Change Decadal Survey of Ocean Sciences 2015-2025 will also be discussed. Division Director Rick Murray will provide a brief presentaiton to be Town Halls 14 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING followed by a question-and-answer session. NSF Program Offices will also be present to provide additional information as needed. Implementing Basin Scale In Situ Ocean Observing Systems (OOS) Enhancing the Efficiency and Overall Information Content of Integrated OOS for the Atlantic (EU Project AtlantOS) the Southern Ocean (SOOS OOI SOCCOM) the Pacific (TPOS2020) the Pan-Arct Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Each observing network supports a range of essential ocean variables (EOVs). One of the main goals for an integrated fit-forpurpose global OOS is to enhance the efficiency and capability of all observing networks by strengthening the international partnerships within each of the networks to cover the global ocean. This town hall invites participants to a discussion of observation requirements for in situ systems in the global oceans with a focus on societal drivers and EOVs across the full spectrum of physical biogeochemical and ecosystem state and dynamics within the context of existing national capabilities impediments gaps and opportunities. Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) Coastal and Inland Water Remote Sensing Town Hall Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Estuarine and Coastal (EC) Human Use and Impacts (HI) Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) NASA s Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) mission will provide thermal and VSWIR spectroscopic imagery offering new opportunities to study global coastal and inland water systems including water quality and coastal habitat distribution and condition. The HyspIRI Aquatic Study Group (ASG) is a growing international community of practice of scientists and researchers chartered to identify community-supported coastal and inland water data products for NASA s HyspIRI mission. This town hall will provide an update on the HyspIRI mission community research activities and key issues recommendations to NASA and to discuss new opportunities and future directions. Oh the Places We ll Go Exploring the Ocean with Technology Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 220-221 Human Use and Impacts (HI) Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Other (O) Please join the ocean sciences and underwater operations communities to discuss increasing common ground and vision of ocean exploration. Ocean exploration has been inextricably linked with technology. Marching on from a bucket Secchi disk and a spyglass to ROVs satellites and sensors we keep moving forward developing methods to look deeper and with more detail to improve our understanding of the ocean. This session will cover the current uses of technologies such as instruments and sensors sonar and acoustics manned submersible commercial diving ROVs AUVs and UUVs and where future applications and developments can further the advancement of ocean exploration. Wednesday 24 February 12 45 1 45 P.M. Southern Ocean Town Hall SOCCOM and Other Progress Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 225-227 Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) High Latitude Environments (HE) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) The Southern Ocean Carbon & Climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM) project is a six-year NSF-funded study of heat and carbon uptake and nutrient resupply by the Southern Ocean and of the impact of these processes on Earth s climate and biosphere. SOCCOM consists of a growing network of autonomous biogeochemical profiling floats complemented by a high-resolution Southern Ocean state estimate and a high-resolution Earth-system modeling program. This forum will be an opportunity for researchers educators and policymakers to learn about SOCCOM progress and how to participate with discussions of recent developments and plans for the future including global-scale observing systems. Exploring Ocean Indicators Coordinating Efforts to Better Study Monitor and Predict Ocean States Changes and Processes Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Ocean indicators capture key states processes trends and or variability in ocean properties that help us better understand monitor and predict the global ocean and it s interaction with the global climate system. This town hall will discuss recent efforts (the U.S. Global Change Research Program s Indicators Pilot and the Ocean Observations Panel for Climate (OOPC) State of the Ocean) to develop indicators of ocean climate and health foster a community discussion of next steps and priority areas for new indicators and explore the idea developing a comprehensive ocean monitoring and indicators system. The European Union-Canada-United States of America Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Implementing the Galway Statement--Progress Next Steps and Opportunities for Collaboration Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Education and Outreach (ED) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Marine Geology and Sedimentology (MG) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) The Galway Statement on Atlantic Ocean Cooperation Launching a European Union-Canada-United States of America Research Alliance was signed in Galway Ireland in May 2013. The cooperation is intended to increase our knowledge of the Atlantic Ocean and its dynamic systems--including interlinks with the portion of the Arctic region that borders the Atlantic--by aligning our ocean observation efforts to improve ocean health and stewardship and promote the sustainable management of its resources. This town hall will provide an overview of progress on the implementation of the Galway Statement as well as opportunities for collaboration. Smithsonian s MarineGEO A Global Collaborative Network to Document Change in Coastal Marine Biodiversity and Its Role in Ecosystem Resilience Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 220-221 Estuarine and Coastal (EC) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 15 Town Halls The Smithsonian Institution s MarineGEO program is a growing global network of partners committed to performing coordinated standardized long-term research to understand how and why coastal marine ecosystems are changing around the world. Biological diversity is essential to ecosystem function and resilience and is a central theme of MarineGEO research goals. Focusing on nearshore coastal ecosystems where humans and marine biodiversity are most interconnected and concentrated uniquely complements existing ocean observing and biodiversity programs. We will overview MarineGEO discuss its application to global issues highlight current and future research and network expansion plans and seek participation and partnership opportunities. A Holistic Discussion on the Impacts of Seawater Desalination on the Marine Environment Research Monitoring and the Connection to Plant Operation Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Promote the exchange of knowledge on the impacts of seawater desalination on the marine environment as well as ideas on how to integrate methodologies in this clearly multidisciplinary field. Large-scale seawater desalination is now a fast-growing industry worldwide driven by the increasing need for potable water and technological advance. However the long-term environmental impacts of desalination on the marine ecosystem have been poorly documented. Among the possible effects are entrainment and impingement of organisms at the intake changes in the physicochemical environment at the brine outfall (including chemicals used in the desalination process) and shifts in the biological communities. of environmental (short-term) and climate (long-term) changes. An update on the status of the scoping study will be presented with Q&A and community input to follow. What s Right and What s Wrong with Graduate Education in the Ocean Sciences Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Education and Outreach (ED) Other (O) Please join us for a lively discussion among panelists graduate students early-career scientists faculty members and deans that will focus on new directions and innovations that could improve or even transform graduate education in the ocean sciences. Discussion will focus on potential changes to graduate student training that would better prepare students for a variety of careers in this changing job market and on how the ocean science community might work across institutions and universities to effect these changes. Bring your ideas for building stronger marine science programs. Refreshments will be served. Diapycnal Mixing in the Ocean Newly Available Data and Parameterizations from the Climate Process Team Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Turbulent Processes (TP) Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Our NSF- and NOAA-funded Climate Process Team (CPT) has been working to improve representations of diapycnal mixing in GCMs. Here we will discuss the overall context and several products that have been developed along the way that may be of interest to the broader community including 1) a database of decades worth of microstructure turbulence data from many independent groups Wednesday 24 February 6 30 7 30 P.M. The Future of Biogeochemical Ocean Time Series Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 225-227 Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia (AH) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Monitoring ocean change requires a sustained globally distributed network of observatories that integrates shipboard autonomous and remote-sensing platforms. Data intercomparability within such a network is facilitated by universally established guidelines and methodological approaches a commitment to data sharing and improved coordination and communication across sites and programs. This town hall organized by the U.S. Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (OCB) Program s Ocean Time-series Committee will convene interested ocean scientists to share outcomes of recent time-series activities and coordination efforts and gather community feedback on mechanisms to strengthen this international network. Update and Status of the Arctic-COLORS (Arctic-COastal Land Ocean interactions) NASA Field Campaign Scoping Study Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 Marine Ecosystems (ME) High Latitude Environments (HE) Estuarine and Coastal (EC) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Arctic-COLORS is a candidate NASA OBB field campaign program. Using an integrative interdisciplinary approach that combines detailed process studies field surveys advanced modeling tools and enhanced remote-sensing retrievals from various platforms (shipbased airborne and space-based) Arctic-COLORS aims to study the coastal Arctic as an integrated land-ocean-atmosphere-biosphere system as is required to determine present and future impacts of terrigenous atmospheric and oceanic fluxes on coastal ecology biogeochemistry and ecosystem services in the context Town Halls 16 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING made available for the first time 2) a repository of generalized fortran modules for the mixing parameterizations developed and 3) a clearinghouse for best practice analysis routines for calculation of turbulence-related properties especially from observational data. Defining Priorities for NASA in Ocean Ecology and Biogeochemistry 2017 2027 Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Phytoplankton and Primary Production (PP) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals (CT) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) The next Decadal Survey for Earth Science due out in 2017 will establish the observational needs and priorities for NASA USGS and NOAA and will help guide the development of future space-based missions. NASA s Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry Program is facilitating the development of a pre-Decadal Survey report that will identify the most pressing science questions and gaps in our understanding of ocean carbon-climate-ecosystem processes and prioritize new technology modeling and instrument mission needs for the next decade. This town hall will engage the ocean community in reviewing and commenting on the OBB pre-Decadal Survey report. Launch of the Second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2) Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 225-227 Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Marine Geology and Sedimentology (MG) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes (A) The second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2) will begin in December 2015 and run through 2020. This session will present the research themes of the IIOE-2 Science Plan the IIOE-2 Implementation Plan components and status of each a preliminary report on the first IIOE-2 cruise activities and meetings planned in the coming year and status of national committees. The session will also present the mechanisms for involvement of interested scientists in IIOE-2 activities. Thursday 25 February 12 45 1 45 P.M. EarthCube s Oceanography and Geobiology Environmental Omics (ECOGEO) Research Coordination Network A Community Focused on Identifying Technical Challenges and Developing Plans for Federated Cyberinfrastructure that Will Enable Ocean and Geobiology Envir Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Microbiology and Molecular Biology (MM) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) EarthCube s Oceanography and Geobiology Environmental Omics (ECOGEO) Research Coordination Network is a two-year NSF-funded project aimed at identifying solutions and best practices for current challenges in environmental omics research. The ECOGEO Town Hall is an opportunity for the OSM omics research community at any level of omics experience or career stage to get informed and engaged in moving this field forward. Presentations will include a brief description of EarthCube a summary of issues and proposed solutions the RCN has focused on thus far and an open discussion on where we the broader omics community should focus our future efforts. Sustaining Ocean Observations to Understand Earth s Climate Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 220-221 Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Policy (P) Only long-term observations will provide the data necessary for scientists to understand the climate system sufficiently to meet society s need for accurate forecasts. The challenge of sustaining such observations over the decades and centuries required is especially difficult for the oceans as we do not currently have the institutions or professional incentives to assure continuity of records. New approaches are required and we need to begin consideration of how to construct and establish them. This is an opportunity for the community to discuss how best to address this important intergenerational problem. GO-SHIP Update of the Current Decadal (2012 2023) Hydrographic Survey and Activities Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals (CT) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) In 2012 the international ocean community completed a decadal (2003 2012) hydrographic survey of the global oceans and began the next decadal (2012 2023) survey. The global ocean survey is an international collaboration among a number of nations and therefore requires significant coordination to ensure a coordinated program. This town hall will provide an update including (1) the status of and updates to the current plans (2) data availability and suggestions for improvements to data access (3) connections and contributions to related large-scale ocean projects and other ocean observing systems and (4) emerging issues that the global survey should consider. Thursday 25 February 6 30 7 30 P.M. NOAA s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) Town Hall Revealing the Past Interpreting the Present and Informing the Future Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 217-219 This town hall presentation will update the oceanographic data community on the merging of NOAA s environmental data centers into the newly formed National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). NCEI is the nation s leading authority of environmental information hosting comprehensive archives of oceanographic atmospheric geophysical and coastal data. We will discuss how we are meeting users needs under the new structure as well as meeting the challenges to handle complex ever-increasing data volumes that span the ocean depths up to the surface of the Sun. Opportunities to Strengthen Your Science (and Proposals) using GEOTRACES Data Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 228-230 Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes (A) Biogeochemistry and Nutrients (B) Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals (CT) Phytoplankton and Primary Production (PP) GEOTRACES released its first data product (IDP2014) featuring dissolved trace elements and their isotopes during the 2014 Ocean 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 17 Town Halls Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Science meeting. The next data product (IDP2017) will more than double the amount of data and number of variables including particulate elements. This town hall will 1) inform the community about strategies to access download and manipulate data from IDP2014 2) seek feedback from users of IDP2014 to improve IDP2017 and make it as user-friendly as possible and 3) present the outcome of the first Iron-Model Intercomparison Project (FeMIP) in which comparison to GEOTRACES data allowed an unprecedented assessment of model performance. Ocean Sciences in the Sixth Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP6) Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 225-227 Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia (AH) Marine Ecosystems (ME) Past Present and Future Climate (PC) Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation (PO) Coupled climate and Earth system model intercomparison is critical to advance understanding of ocean and climate processes past variability and future change. While past CMIP phases focused on a common suite of experiments the sixth phase will include a broad suite of experiments supporting ocean sciences including not only the standard suite but new MIPs on ocean physics and biogeochemistry carbon cycle sensitivity flux anomaly forcing future scenarios and others. This town hall will overview CMIP6 status and plans highlight opportunities for ocean science community engagement and solicit feedback on experimental and diagnostics priorities for ocean science. Promoting OceanSTEM and Blue Economy Workforce Development Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 211-213 Education and Outreach (ED) Policy (P) Other (O) As the BlueTech Blue Economy grows how will we cultivate a workforce to support the sector To tackle these needs effectively partnerships between the research business military and education communities are needed to provide skills development opportunities. To be inclusive these opportunities must also encourage transnational inter-sectoral and interdisciplinary mobility. During this session we will explore several topics Clarifying the definition of a STEM capable workforce New innovative and dynamic education and training pathways The voice of the employers The role of K 12 education Developments in university education and their impact on STEM workforce readiness Essential Ocean Variables A Common Focus for Sustained Global Ocean Observing Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 220-221 Ocean Observing and Data Management (OD) Instrumentation and Sensing Technologies (IS) The Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) coordinates sustained ocean observations using a framework for ocean observing guiding observing strategies for essential ocean variables (EOVs). Defined and emerging EOVs are based on analysis of feasibility and impact and how they deliver the needed data for scientific questions and societal requirements. Building on already-defined physical and biogeochemical EOVs complementary biological and ecosystem EOVs needed to understand and manage human impacts on the marine environment are being defined based on scientific and societal needs for long-term monitoring. Feedback will be sought on the set of multidisciplinary EOVs and the approach to their definition. Town Halls 18 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING PROGRAM COMMITTEE Co-Chairs AGU Karen Casciotti Stanford University kcasciotti stanford.edu Program Committee Rachel Foster Stockholm University Sweden Rachel.foster su.se Tung-Yuan Ho Academia Sinica tyho gate.sinica.edu.tw Rebecca Allee NOAA Office for Coastal Management Gulf Coast Becky.allee noaa.gov Marcel Babin Universit Laval Marcel.babin takuvik.ulaval.ca LaDon Swann Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium Auburn University Marine Programs swanndl auburn.edu Baris Mete Uz Program Director National Science Foundation bmuz nsf.gov Baris Silihoglu Assistant Professor Middle East Technical University baris ims.metu.edu.tr Ivano W. Aiello Moss Landing Marine Laboratories iaiello mlml.calstate.edu Olivia Mason Florida State University omason fsu.edu John Marra Brooklyn College jfm7780 brooklyn.cuny.edu Andy Lanier Oregon Coastal Management Program Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development andy.lanier state.or.us Dana Savidge Skidaway Institute of Oceanography danaSavidge skio.uga.edu ASLO Adina Paytan University of California Santa Cruz apaytan ucsc.edu TOS Steven Ackleson Naval Research Laboratory Steve.ackleson nrl.navy.mil Vice Chairs AGU Fred Bingham University of North Carolina at Wilmington bigkahuna fredbingham.com ASLO Susanne Neuer Arizona State University Susanne.neuer asu.edu TOS Richard Crout Naval Research Laboratory Richard.crout nrlssc.navy.mil Student Representatives AGU Paige Martin University of Michigan Ann Arbor paigemar umich.edu ASLO Amy Burgess University of Oregon burgess5 uoregon.edu TOS 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 19 Program Committee Sam Wilson University of California San Diego sjwilson ucsd.edu ERNEST N. 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Booth 511 71 Dudley Rd New Brunswick NJ 08901 Phone 848-932-3280 Email keng marine.rutgers.edu eoas.rutgers.edu The Rutgers University Institute of Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences offers opportunities for graduate study in transdisciplinary research topics such as global climate change paleoceanography geochemistry and ocean modeling. 24 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING exactEarth Booth 304 60 Struck Ct Cambridge ON N1R 8L2 Canada Phone 519-622-4445 Email melissa.pawelko exactearth.com www.exactearth.com exactEarth is a data services company providing the most advanced location-based information on maritime traffic available today. GHRSST (Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature) Booth 500 University of Reading Whiteknights Campus Agriculture Bldg Reading RG6 6AR UK Phone 18-378-5579 Email s.bragagliapike reading.ac.uk www.ghrsst.org Falmouth Scientific Inc. (FSI) Booth 712 1400 Rte 28A PO Box 315 Cataumet MA 02534 Phone 508-564-7640 Email fsi falmouth.com www.falmouth.com The Group for High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature (GHRSST) offers a suite of global high-resolution SST products operationally in near-real-time on a daily basis to support operational forecast systems and the broader scientific community. Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Booth 608 1201 New York Ave NW 4th Fl Washington DC 20005 Phone 202-448-1256 Email sgarrett oceanleadership.org gulfresearchinitiative.org Fluid Imaging Technologies Inc. Booth 407 200 Enterprise Dr Scarborough ME 04074 Phone 207-289-3200 Email info fluidimaging.com www.fluidimaging.com The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative investigates impacts of oil dispersed oil and dispersant on Gulf of Mexico ecosystems and communities to improve understanding of oil spill dynamics and their environmental and public health implications. Inner Space Center (ISC) URI Graduate School of Oceanography Booth 605 University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography 218 S Ferry Rd Narragansett RI 02882 Phone 401-874-6524 Email agingras uri.edu www.innerspacecenter.org FlowCam is a dynamic imaging particle analyzer capable of enumerating measuring and identifying microscopic particles and organisms ranging in size from 2 m to 2mm. The FlowCam is used around the globe for applications involving plankton research. Frontiers Booth 714 EPFL Innovation Park Building I CH-1015 Lausanne Switzerland Phone 41-21-510-1700 Email editorial.office frontiersin.org www.frontiersin.org Frontiers is a leading open-access publisher. Established in 2007 Frontiers drives innovations in peer review post-publication review and impact metrics. Frontiers has published over 40 000 articles across 54 journals and over 400 disciplines. The ISC is an international leader in ocean science research exploration and education. It utilizes cutting-edge technology including telepresence to explore the world ocean support research and engage diverse audiences. JFE Advantech Co. Ltd. Booth 306 3-48 Takahata-Cho Nishinomiya Hyogo 663-8202 Japan Phone 81-79-866-1783 Email lihua jfe-advantech.co.jp www.jfe-advantech.co.jp JFE Advantech manufactures oceanographic instruments such as CTD chlorophyll dissolved oxygen etc. The RINKO is an optical sensor which has 1s response time and is able to be integrated into a CTD platform AUV and glider for profiling water. Future Ocean - Kiel Marine Sciences Booth 109 Olshausenstr 40 D-24018 Kiel Germany Phone 49-4318804933 Email nsmith uv.uni-kiel.de www.futureocean.org Kongsberg Underwater Technology Inc. Booth 300 19210 33rd Ave W Ste A Lynnwood WA 98036-4749 Phone 425-712-1107 Email christina.steinbacher kongsberg.com www.kongsberg.com The Future Ocean research group of over 200 scientists from Kiel University GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Marine Research Kiel Institute for World Economy (IfW) and Muthesius Fine Arts Academy works to develop sustainable ocean resource management. World-leading supplier of advanced underwater acoustic systems subsea systems and instrumentation for ocean research. We offer echo sounders positioning systems motion reference sensors underwater cameras HUGIN REMUS and Seaglider AUVs. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 25 Exhibitor Profiles FSI designs and manufactures oceanographic instrumentation and systems portable and hull-mounted acoustic seismic sub-bottom systems current wave and tide meters sidescan sonar imaging acoustic transducers beacons and tracking systems and support service. LI-COR Biosciences Booth 208 4647 Superior St Lincoln NE 68504 Phone 402-467-3576 Email gloria.lekai licor.com www.licor.com env Visit LI-COR s booth to see the latest instrumentation for oceanographic research including dataloggers radiation sensors and infrared gas analyzers including the low-cost LI-840A CO2 H2O analyzer and the new LI-7500RS Open Path CO2 H2O analyzer. NASA Booth 307 NASA Headquarters Washington DC 20546 Phone 301-614-5560 Email winnie.h.humberson nasa.gov www.nasa.gov Visit our nine-screen Hyperwall to learn how NASA together with its domestic and international partners uses satellites and other sensors to measure a variety of ocean parameters. These observations allow scientists to study ocean characteristics--such as the 2015 2016 El Ni o event--and predict how they might change over time. MacArtney Inc. Booth 720 2901 W Sam Houston Pkwy. N. Houston TX 77043 Phone 713-266-7575 Email rfb macartney.com www.macartney.com National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP) Booth 609 4100 N Fairfax Dr Ste 800 Arlington VA 22203 Phone 703-284-8357 Email bbischof nopp.org www.nopp.org Exhibitor Profiles MacArtney is a global manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of underwater technology products and systems incl. cables and connectors integrated fiber optic telemetry systems remotely operated towed vehicles and launch and recovery systems. MARUM Center for Marine Environmental Sciences University of Bremen Booth 111 Leobener Strasse D-28359 Bremen Germany Phone 49 42 12 18 6554 Email agerdes marum.de www.marum.de The NOPP was established in1997 to improve our knowledge of the ocean for the purposes of assuring national security advancing economic development protecting quality of life and strengthening marine science education and communication. National Science Foundation Booth 600 4201 Wilson Blvd Ste 725 Arlington VA 22230 Phone 703-292-8580 Email rnikolau nsf.gov www.nsf.gov MARUM explores the role of the oceans in the Earth s system. By applying cutting-edge methods and deep-sea technologies MARUM examines marine processes with regard to global change and sustainability and quantifies geosphere-biosphere interactions. McLane Research Labs Booth 509 121 Bernard Saint Jean Dr East Falmouth MA 02537 Phone 508-495-4000 Email mclane mclanelabs.com www.mclanelabs.com McLane Research Laboratories manufactures time-series oceanographic profilers samplers and flotation. Our objective is to enable worldwide scientists to achieve their research and scientific goals with our advanced cost-effective instrumentation. The National Science Foundation (NSF) is the largest U.S. Federal supporter of academic basic research in ocean sciences. NSF also supports academic research vessels instrumentation and other facilities needed to access the marine environment. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) Booth 606 1315 East-West Hwy SSMC3 4th Fl Rm 4826 Silver Spring MD 20910 Phone 301-713-3277 Email andy.allegra noaa.gov www.ncei.noaa.gov Metocean Data Systems Booth 613 21 Thornhill Dr Dartmouth NS B3B 1R9 Canada Phone 902-468-2505 Email kburton metocean.com www.metocean.com MetOcean Data Systems develops and manufactures state-of-theart data acquisition and telemetry systems. Since our incorporation in 1985 MetOcean has been a world leader in integrated systems used for real-time environment monitoring. NOAA s former three data centers have merged into one of the most significant environmental archives on Earth with comprehensive oceanic coastal atmospheric and geophysical data from the depths of the ocean to the surface of the Sun. Nortek Booth 504 27 Drydock Ave Boston MA 02210 Phone 617-206-5752 Email carl.johnsen nortekusa.com www.nortekusa.com Nortek designs develops manufactures and sells underwater acoustic instruments for scientists and engineers in over 80 countries. The products are used to measure ocean currents and waves anywhere from the open ocean to tidal pools and laboratories. 26 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Ocean Networks Canada Booth 503 University Victoria PO Box 1700 STN CSC Victoria BC V8W 2Y2 Canada Phone 250-516-1246 Email elliottl uvic.ca www.oceannetworks.ca Ocean Networks Canada operates the world-leading NEPTUNE and VENUS cabled ocean observatories in the northeast Pacific Ocean and the Salish Sea and a community-based ocean observatory in Cambridge Bay Nunavut. PLOS Public Library of Science Booth 101 1160 Battery St Ste 100 San Francisco CA 94111 Phone 415-624-1200 Email gbisignani plos.org www.plos.org Public Library of Science (PLOS) is a nonprofit open-access publisher innovator and advocacy organization dedicated to accelerating progress in science and medicine by leading a transformation in research communication. Ocean University of China Booth 209 No. 238 Songling Rd Qingdao Shandong 266100 China Phone 86-13780624166 Email linxiaop ouc.edu.cn www.ouc.edu.cn The Ocean University of China is a top university in ocean sciences with nine fields in the top 1% plant and animal science geoscience engineering chemistry agricultural science material science biology and biochemistry environmental ecology and pharmacology and toxicology. Precision Measurement Engineering Booth 506 1487 Poinsettia Ave Ste 129 Vista CA 92081 Phone 760-727-0300 Email kelliott pme.com www.pme.com PME excels at providing high-quality water sensors and various monitoring systems. Sensors for coastal applications include temperature oxygen CO2 chlorophyll pressure and more. Office of Naval Research Booth 508 875 N Randolph St Rm 1221 Arlington VA 22203 Phone 703-696-0988 Email eadams brtrc.com www.onr.navy.mil PreSens Precision Sensing GmbH Booth 409 Josef-Engert-Str 11 D-93053 Regensburg Germany Phone 49-941-942-72-100 Email info presens.de www.presens.de Oxford University Press Booth 204 2001 Evans Rd Cary NC 27513 Phone 212-726-6000 Email gab.exhibitions.us oup.com www.global.oup.com Oxford University Press publishes some of the most respected marine science books and journals in the world. Visit our stand to browse books and to pick up sample copies of our journals or visit us online at www.oup.com for more information. PreSens is a world-leading supplier of chemical-optical sensors for O2 pH CO2 and biomass. Various applications such as respirometry biology or tissue engineering benefit from our 2D-imaging solutions special microsensors and non-invasive systems. Pro-Oceanus Systems Booth 113 80 Pleasant St Bridgewater NS B4V 1N1 Canada Phone 902-530-3550 Email mark pro-oceanus.com www.pro-oceanus.com Pro-Oceanus Systems provides instrumentation world-wide with the most advanced technologies for in situ measurement of dissolved gases including CO2 CH4 and total dissolved gas pressure. Pacific Gyre Booth 203 3740 Oceanic Way Ste 302 Oceanside CA 92056 Phone 760-433-6300 Email asybrandy pacificgyre.com www.pacificgyre.com Pacific Gyre designs and manufactures an array of products used to track currents and ice motion collect environmental data and mark remotely deployed assets. Data collected are processed stored and available to customers online. Pyro Science GmbH Booth 505 Hubertusstr 35 D-52064 Aachen Germany Phone 49-241-518-322-10 Email info pyro-science.com www.pyro-science.com Pyro Science is a manufacturer of high-precision optical sensor technology offering a broad range of optical oxygen sensors in combination with compact USB-operated laboratory instruments or customized OEM solutions also for underwater applications. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 27 Exhibitor Profiles QPS Booth 603 104 Congress St Ste 304 Portsmouth NH 03801 Phone 603-431-1773 Email bicknell qps-us.com www.qps.nl QPS is focused on system integration of survey sensors and the development of software applications used for hydrographic surveys sea-floor mapping portable pilot units and Electronic Navigation Charts (ENC) production. Scripps Institution of Oceanography UCSD Booth 310 9500 Gilman Dr Dept 0210 La Jolla CA 92093 Phone 858-822-0723 Email dshabkie ucsd.edu www.scripps.ucsd.edu For 112 years Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California San Diego has been the world leader in ocean Earth and climate sciences. Today Scripps has hundreds of research projects covering a wide range of scientific areas all over the world. RBR Ltd. Booth 403 5-95 Hines Rd Ottawa ON K2K 2M5 Canada Phone 613-599-8900 Email marketing rbr-global.com www.rbr-global.com Sea Sciences Inc. Booth 400 40 Massachusetts Ave Arlington MA 02474 Phone 781-643-1600 Email sales seasciences.com www.seasciences.com Sea Sciences offers the Acrobat towed instrument platform and related equipment. The Acrobat is a small lightweight computercontrolled vehicle capable of undulating to depths of 100 m with power and data transmitted real time via the tow cable. Exhibitor Profiles We create instruments to measure the blue planet. From the ocean abyss to the polar ice cap our sensors track water parameters-- temperature depth salinity dissolved gases pH and many others. Design and manufacturing is located in Ottawa. Rockland Scientific Inc. Booth 212 520 Dupplin Rd Victoria BC V8Z 1C1 Canada Phone 250-370-1688 Email fabian rocklandscientific.com www.rocklandscientific.com Rockland delivers instruments and sensors for the measurement of turbulence microstructure and eddy fluxes in oceans lakes rivers and laboratories. Available as profilers or modular systems for integration with other platforms e.g. gliders. Sea-Bird Scientific Booth 104 13431 NE 20th St Bellevue WA 98005 Phone 425-643-9866 Email info sea-birdscientific.com www.sea-birdscientific.com Sea-Bird Scientific is a global provider of best-of-class sensors and systems for oceanographic research and environmental water quality monitoring of physical and biogeochemical properties with over 200 employees in the United States Canada and Europe. Schmidt Ocean Institute Booth 110 555 Bryant St Ste 374 Palo Alto CA 94301 Phone 650-681-8460 Email info schmidtocean.org www.schmidtocean.org Schmidt Ocean Institute operates the advanced platform R V Falkor to support multidisciplinary oceanographic research and technology development. We provide free access to Falkor in exchange for a commitment to share and communicate the outcomes. SEAL Analytical Inc. Booth 303 10520-C Baehr Rd Mequon WI 53092 Phone 262-241-7900 Email sales seal-us.com www.seal-analytical.com SEAL Analytical s analyzers are the first choice for seawater analysis due to our high-precision robust design and low detection limits. We offer multiple solutions to scientists looking for greater productivity on land and at sea. Seatrec Inc. Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research Booth 312 003 Robinson Hall University of Delaware Newark DE 19716 Phone 302-831-7011 Email ed.urban scor-int.org www.scor-int.org Booth 610 248 E Foothill Blvd Monrovia CA 91016 Phone 626-602-6186 Email info seatrec.com seatrec.com Seatrec is developing a green energy solution converting ocean temperature differences into electricity for battery recharging. The first-generation thermal recharging battery can enable floats to make 10x more profiles or power additional sensors. SCOR is an international nongovernmental organization whose mission is to help ocean scientists worldwide work together to advance knowledge of the ocean and build capacity for ocean science in developing countries. 28 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Sequoia Scientific Inc. Booth 211 2700 Richards Rd Ste 107 Bellevue WA 98005 Phone 425-641-0944 Email info sequoiasci.com www.SequoiaSci.com Sequoia Scientific manufacturers the LISST instruments for measuring particles suspended in water. Stop by booth 211 to see the LISST-ABS which is a new instrument purposely built for monitoring suspended sediment using acoustics instead of optics. Texas A&M University (1) and Texas A&M University at Galveston (2) Booth 105 1204 Eller O&M Bldg College Station TX 77843-3146 Phone 979-458-1252 Email chrissyw tamu.edu ocean.tamu.edu Soundnine Inc. Texas A&M University (1) and Texas A&M University at Galveston (2)--Department of Oceanography (1) http ocean.tamu.edu Department of Marine Biology (2) http www.tamug.edu marb and Department of Marine Sciences (2) http www.tamug.edu mars. Soundnine Inc. makes turnkey real-time monitoring systems and controllers dual mode (Sea-Bird compatible) inductive telemetry modems and high-accuracy low-cost temperature pressure and acceleration recorders with inductive telemetry. State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research Booth 206 East China Normal University Zhongshan N Rd 3663 Shanghai 200062 China Phone 86-21-62233002 Email xzLi sklec.ecnu.edu.cn english.sklec.ecnu.edu.cn The Oceanography Society s mission is to disseminate knowledge of oceanography and its application through research and education to promote communication among oceanographers and to provide a constituency for consensus-building across disciplines. Thermo Scientific The State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (SKLEC) is the leading Chinese Institute concerning the land-sea interface. We are recruiting prosperous scientists in the field of marine and coastal sciences from entry level to professors. Booth 301 355 River Oaks Pkwy San Jose CA 95134 Phone 408-386-8275 Email lora.pada thermofisher.com www.thermoscientific.com Thermo Scientific mass spectrometers are the first choice when isotope ratio determinations or trace elemental analyses of the highest accuracy and precision are required. Visit www. thermoscientific.com geo to learn more. Sunburst Sensors Booth 612 1226 W Broadway Missoula MT 59802 Phone 406-532-3246 Email info sunburstsensors.com www.sunburstsensors.com Sunburst Sensors manufactures autonomous instruments that measure the marine and freshwater inorganic carbon parameters pCO2 and pH using patented drift-free technology. We are proud to have recently won the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE. Turner Designs Inc. Booth 501 845 W Maude Ave Sunnyvale CA 94085 Phone 408-749-0994 Email sales turnerdesigns.com www.turnerdesigns.com Optics-based solutions for research water quality analysis pollution control analysis and industrial applications. Reliable and stable submersible field handheld laboratory and online fluorometers absorption meters pCO2 sensors and turbidimeters. Teledyne Webb Research Booth 604 49 Edgerton Dr North Flamouth MA 02556 Phone 508-563-1586 Email Melissa.rossi teledyne.com www.teledynemarine.com Teledyne Webb Research designs and manufactures scientific instruments for oceanographic research and monitoring. Teledyne Webb Research specializes in three areas of ocean instrumentation Neutrally buoyant autonomous drifters and profilers autonomous underwater gliding vehicles and moored underwater sound sources. Unisense A S Booth 213 Tueager 1 DK-8200 Aarhus N Denmark Phone 45-8944500 Email sales unisense.com www.unisense.com Measure O2 H2S pH Redox N2O NO and temperature on a m scale Unisense is a world leading manufacturer of high-performance microsensors systems for lab field and underwater studies. Keywords microProfiling microrespiration eddy correlation. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 29 Exhibitor Profiles Booth 308 11335 NE 122nd Way Ste 105 Kirkland WA 98034 Phone 425-941-2517 Email doug soundnine.com www.soundnine.com The Oceanography Society Booth 708 PO Box 1931 Rockville MD 20849-1931 Phone 301-251-7708 Email info tos.org www.tos.org University of Hawaii at Manoa Radio Oceanography Laboratory Booth 404 1000 Pope Rd University of Hawaii Honolulu HI 96822 Phone 808-956-6663 Email bdousset hawaii.edu www.satlab.hawaii.edu the global carbon cycle and the response of marine ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles to environmental change. VEMCO Booth 718 20 Angus Morton Dr Bedford NS B4B 0L9 Canada Phone 902-450-1700 Email nancy.edwards vemco.com VEMCO develops underwater acoustic telemetry systems used by researchers for behavior migration and positioning studies of animals in fresh and salt water. Staff will demonstrate a new acoustic release for shallow water instruments. Display of low-cost instrumentation (high-frequency radar GPS drifting buoy) developed in collaboration between University of Hawaii and the Observatorio Oceanografico Regional Costero (OORCO) of Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Mexico. University of North Carolina Wilmington Booth 502 Center for Marine Science 5600 Marvin K. Moss Ln Wilmington NC 28409 Phone 910-962-2362 Email szmanta uncw.edu www.uncw.edu cms ResearchCIOERT.html Wiley Exhibitor Profiles Booth 305 350 Main St Malden MA 02148 Phone 781-388-7200 Email twalsh wiley.com www.wiley.com Wiley is a global provider of knowledge and knowledge-enabled services that improve outcomes in areas of research professional practice and education. Visit www.wiley.com or Booth 305 for more information. Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration Research and Technology Innovative Technologies for the 21st Century. Funded by NOAA OER to UNC Wilmington and Florida Atlantic University. Showcasing new diver portable respirometer CISME and ROV skid. UNOLS--University National Oceanographic Laboratory Systems Booth 202 215 South Ferry Rd Narragansett RI 02882-1197 Phone 401-874-6222 Email office unols.org www.gso.uri.edu Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Booth 103 266 Woods Hole Rd MS 49 Woods Hole MA 02543-1050 Phone 508-289-2865 Email jfields whoi.edu www.whoi.edu University National Oceanographic Laboratory Systems (UNOLS) founded in 1971 is a consortium of 63 universities of which 14 institutions operate a fleet of 16 ships. These research vessels comprise the United State Academic Research Fleet and provide the oceanographic platforms for academic marine science programs around the world. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) is dedicated to understanding and communicating the oceans role in the Earth system. WHOI promotes interdisciplinary research that integrates the basic science disciplines with innovative engineering. Xeos Technologies Inc. University of Southern Mississippi Booth 724 118 College Drive Hattiesburg MS 39406 Phone 228-688-3177 Email marine.science usm.edu www.usm.edu Booth 716 36 Topple Dr Dartmouth NS B3B 1L6 Canada Phone 902-483-9376 Email darren xeostech.com www.xeostech.com Xeos Technologies designs and manufactures application-specific telemetry and data collection products for customers who need reliable and innovative solutions to track monitor and control in harsh inaccessible environments. With a research focus on the Gulf of Mexico and a fleet of five vessels The University of Southern Mississippi s Department of Marine Science and Gulf Coast Research Laboratory offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in marine and coastal sciences. Xylem US Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry (OCB) Program Booth 513 Department of Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 266 Woods Hole Rd MS 25 Woods Hole MA 02543 Phone 508-289-2838 Email hbenway whoi.edu www.us-ocb.org Booth 722 9940 Summers Ridge Rd. San Diego CA 92093 Phone 858-546-8327 Email Christina.Iarossi Xyleminc.com www.xyleminc.com As part of the Xylem Aanderaa and SonTek provide acoustic Doppler technology and comprehensive environmental monitoring solutions for research in oceanographic hydrographic river lake and climate research markets. aanderaa.com sontek. com. OCB is a network of scientists working across disciplines of ocean chemistry biology and physics to understand the ocean s role in 30 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Monday A.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP PO12B 10 30 A.M. Advances in Operational Oceanography Modeling Product Services and Skill Assessment II 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 231-232 203-205 207 PO12C Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC II PO12D Oceanic Energy Pathways From the Global Circulation to the Submesoscale II Phytoplankton and Primary Production 10 30 A.M. 210 PP12A 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 31 Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Sunday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Keynote Plenaries 6 00 P.M. Opening Session & Keynote Address 32 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P Monday A.M. 8 00 A.M. m TE TP Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 206 m m m AH11A Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses I Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 8 00 A.M. 225-227 m m m m B11A Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries I Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 8 00 A.M. 228-230 m CT11A Atmospheric Deposition and Ocean Biogeochemistry I Estuarine and Coastal 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 222 220-221 m m m m m EC11A Nearshore Processes I EC11B The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf I Education and Outreach 8 00 A.M. RO5 ED11A ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students I High Latitude Environments 8 00 A.M. 217-219 m HE11A High Latitude Air-Sea-Ice Interactions in a Changing Climate I Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 8 00 A.M. RO4 m m IS11A Lidar Aircraft and Satellite Retrievals of Ecological and Physical Processes in the Ocean I Marine Ecosystems 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. RO2 RO3 m m m m ME11A Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems I ME11B Advances in the Ecology Behavior Physiology or Conservation of Marine Top Predators I Ocean Observing and Data Management 8 00 A.M. RO1 m m m m OD11A Ocean Observatory Science Unprecedented Access to the Sea I Past Present and Future Climate 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 215-216 211-213 m m m m m m m PC11A Climate Impacts on Marine Fish Fisheries and Protected Species I PC11B Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling I Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 8 00 A.M. 203-205 m m m PO11A Advances in Operational Oceanography Modeling Product Services and Skill Assessment I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Monday A.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC m PO PP P TE TP m PO11B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 231-232 208-209 207 Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC I PO11C Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation I PO11D Oceanic Energy Pathways From the Global Circulation to the Submesoscale I m Phytoplankton and Primary Production 8 00 A.M. m PP11A 210 Subsurface and Subseasonal Productivity Mechanisms Magnitudes Variability and Key Species I m m m Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 10 30 A.M. m AH12A 206 Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses II m m m Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 10 30 A.M. 225-227 m m m m B12A Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries II Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 10 30 A.M. 228-230 m m m m CT12A Trace Elements and Isotopes at the Interfaces of the Atlantic Ocean I Estuarine and Coastal 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 222 220-221 m m m m m EC12A Nearshore Processes II EC12B The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf II Education and Outreach 10 30 A.M. RO5 ED12A ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students II High Latitude Environments 10 30 A.M. 217-219 m m HE12A Dynamics of the Arctic Ocean and Sea Ice System in a Changing Climate I Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 10 30 A.M. RO4 m m IS12A Lidar Aircraft and Satellite Retrievals of Ecological and Physical Processes in the Ocean II Marine Ecosystems 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. RO2 RO3 m m m m ME12A Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems II ME12B Advances in the Ecology Behavior Physiology or Conservation of Marine Top Predators II Ocean Observing and Data Management 10 30 A.M. RO1 m OD12A Regional and Thematic Innovation Supporting Global Sustained Ocean Observing I Past Present and Future Climate 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 215-216 211-213 m m m m m m PC12A Assessing Ecosystem Variability from Paleoceanographic Archives I PC12B Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling II 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 33 Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 10 30 A.M. 208-209 m m m m PO12A Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling Observations and Prediction I Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Monday A.M. A AH m B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC m m PO PP P TE TP PO12B 10 30 A.M. m Advances in Operational Oceanography Modeling Product Services and Skill Assessment II 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 231-232 207 203-205 PO12C Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC II m m PO12D Oceanic Energy Pathways From the Global Circulation to the Submesoscale II 34 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 10 30 A.M. m A AH B CT EC ED HE Phytoplankton and Primary Production 210 m m m PP12A Subsurface and Subseasonal Productivity Mechanisms Magnitudes Variability and Key Species II Monday P.M. 2 00 P.M. 206 m HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia m m m AH13A Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses III Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 2 00 P.M. 225-227 m m m m B13A Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries III Estuarine and Coastal 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 222 220-221 m m m m m EC13A Nearshore Processes III EC13B The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf III Education and Outreach 2 00 P.M. RO5 ED13A ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students III High Latitude Environments 2 00 P.M. 217-219 m m HE13A Dynamics of the Arctic Ocean and Sea Ice System in a Changing Climate II Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 2 00 P.M. RO4 IS13A Advancing Discovery Observation and Process Studies throughout the Ocean with Robotic Technologies I Marine Ecosystems 2 00 P.M. RO2 m m m ME13A Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems III Marine Geology & Sedimentology 2 00 P.M. 231-232 m m m MG13A Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales I Ocean Observing and Data Management 2 00 P.M. RO1 m m m m OD13A Toward a Subsurface Ocean Climate Record and Applications that Improve Understanding of Climate Variability and Change I Past Present and Future Climate 2 00 P.M. 211-213 m m m PC13A Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling III Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Monday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 2 00 P.M. m m m PO13A 210 207 208-209 215-216 m m m m m m Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling Observations and Prediction II 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 203-205 228-230 m m m PO13B Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC III PO13C Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation II PO13D Observing and Modeling the Meridional Overturning Circulation in the South Atlantic Causes of Variability and Impacts on Climate Weather and Ecosystems I m PO13E Ocean Circulation and Biogeochemistry in a Water Mass Framework I PO13F Physics Chemistry and Variability of the Deep Gulf of Mexico I m Tutorials 2 00 P.M. 2 30 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. RO3 RO3 m m T002 RO3 RO3 An Open Source Proteomics and Metabolomics Visualization and Development Tool for Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Experiments m m m m m m m m m m T007 Noninvasive Monitoring at the Benthic Interface The Aquatic Eddy Covariance Technique T015 Which Way Is Up Adaptive Microbial Responses that Buck Human Expectations and Implications for Transcriptomic Data Set Analysis T016 Why Does It Matter that the Ocean Isn t Blue Regional Impacts on Circulation and Ecosystems Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l A14A Computational Oceanography New Knowledge Capabilities and Challenges Posters A14B Impact of the Ocean on Forecasting the Earth System from Weather to Climate Scales Posters Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l AH14A Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses IV Posters Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l B14A Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries IV Posters Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l CT14A Atmospheric Deposition and Ocean Biogeochemistry II Posters CT14B Trace Elements and Isotopes at the Interfaces of the Atlantic Ocean II Posters Estuarine and Coastal 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l EC14A Coastal Submesoscale Processes Physics Biogeochemistry and Their Interactions Posters EC14B Coastal Wetlands as an Important Interface Between Land Sea and Atmosphere Capturing Temporal and Spatial Variability in Chemical Fluxes Posters 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 35 EC14C Nearshore Processes IV Posters EC14D The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf IV Posters Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Monday P.M. A AH l l B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO l PP P TE TP l EC14E 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf V Posters Education and Outreach 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall 36 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. l ED14A ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students IV Posters ED14B Undergraduate Research in Marine and Aquatic Sciences Posters High Latitude Environments Poster Hall Poster Hall l l HE14A 4 00 P.M. Dynamics of the Arctic Ocean and Sea Ice System in a Changing Climate III Posters HE14B High Latitude Air-Sea-Ice Interactions in a Changing Climate II Posters Human Use and Impacts 4 00 P.M. l HI14A Poster Hall Ocean-Atmosphere System Geoengineering Benefits and Detriments Posters l l l Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l IS14A Advancing Discovery Observation and Process Studies throughout the Ocean with Robotic Technologies II Posters IS14B Lidar Aircraft and Satellite Retrievals of Ecological and Physical Processes in the Ocean III Posters Marine Ecosystems 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l l ME14A Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems IV Posters ME14B Advances in the Ecology Behavior Physiology or Conservation of Marine Top Predators III Posters ME14C Big Data in Marine Ecology Advances and Applications Posters ME14D Exploring the Spatial and Temporal Scales of Marine Animal Response to Global Change Posters ME14E Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods IV Posters Marine Geology & Sedimentology 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l MG14A Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales II Posters Ocean Observing and Data Management 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l OD14A Ocean Observatory Science Unprecedented Access to the Sea II Posters OD14B Regional and Thematic Innovation Supporting Global Sustained Ocean Observing II Posters OD14C Toward a Subsurface Ocean Climate Record and Applications that Improve Understanding of Climate Variability and Change II Posters Past Present and Future Climate 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l PC14A Assessing Ecosystem Variability from Paleoceanographic Archives II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Monday P.M. A AH l l l l B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE l l l TP PC14B 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. l Climate Impacts on Marine Fish Fisheries and Protected Species II Posters Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l Poster Hall PC14D Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling IV Posters PC14C 4 00 P.M. Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling IV Posters l l PC14E Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling V Posters l l Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 4 00 P.M. l l PO14A Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling Observations and Prediction III Posters 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. l l l l l l l PO14B Advances in Operational Oceanography Modeling Product Services and Skill Assessment III Posters PO14C Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC IV Posters PO14D Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation III Posters PO14E Observing and Modeling the Meridional Overturning Circulation in the South Atlantic Causes of Variability and Impacts on Climate Weather and Ecosystems II Posters l l l PO14F Ocean Circulation and Biogeochemistry in a Water Mass Framework II Posters PO14G Oceanic Energy Pathways From the Global Circulation to the Submesoscale III Posters l l PO14H Physics Chemistry and Variability of the Deep Gulf of Mexico II Posters Phytoplankton and Primary Production 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l PP14A Subsurface and Subseasonal Productivity Mechanisms Magnitudes Variability and Key Species III Posters Tuesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 210 A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes A21A Advances in Understanding the Physical Processes at the Air-Sea interface I Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 8 00 A.M. 206 m m m AH21A Updates Advancements and Projections on the State of the Ocean Carbon Cycle (SOCC) How the Ocean is SOCC ing it to us I Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 8 00 A.M. 225-227 m m m m B21A How Do the Carbon Pumps Pump Mechanisms of the Solubility and Biological Pumps I Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 8 00 A.M. 228-230 m m m m CT21A The Role of Particles in the Cycling of Trace Elements and Their Isotopes in the Ocean I 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 37 Estuarine and Coastal 8 00 A.M. 220-221 m EC21A Nearshore Processes V Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Tuesday A.M. A AH m m m B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO m PP P TE TP EC21B 8 00 A.M. 222 Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit I Education and Outreach 8 00 A.M. m m ED21A RO5 New Advances in Oceanographic Research and Education through Innovative Technologies & Experiences I m m 38 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 8 00 A.M. m High Latitude Environments 217-219 m HE21A Marginal Ice Zone Processes I Marine Ecosystems 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 215-216 m ME21A RO3 RO2 Ecological Fluid Mechanics Interactions among Organisms and Their Fluid Environment I m m m ME21B Modeling and Observing the Physical-Biological Interactions that Organize the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Biomass in Marine Ecosystems I ME21C Ocean Deoxygenation Integrating Coastal and Oceanic Perspectives in a Changing World I m m m Marine Geology & Sedimentology 8 00 A.M. 231-232 m m m MG21A Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales III Microbiology and Molecular Biology 8 00 A.M. RO4 m m MM21A Microbial Interactions in Ocean Ecosystems Ecology to Biogeochemistry I Ocean Observing and Data Management 8 00 A.M. RO1 m m m m OD21A Autonomous Observations of Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Properties and Processes in the Open Ocean From the Diel and Local Scales to Climate on the Global Scale I Past Present and Future Climate 8 00 A.M. 211-213 m m PC21A Midlatitude Climate Dynamics and the Role of the Ocean I Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 208-209 207 203-205 m m m m PO21A Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation IV PO21B New Insights into Shelf and Slope Processes from Interdisciplinary Studies and the Use of Autonomous Platforms I PO21C The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller I m m m Keynote Plenaries 10 30 A.M. Plenary Session Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Tuesday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 2 00 P.M. 210 A23A Advances in Understanding the Physical Processes at the Air-Sea interface II Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 2 00 P.M. m AH23A 206 Updates Advancements and Projections on the State of the Ocean Carbon Cycle (SOCC) How the Ocean is SOCC ing it to us II m m Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 2 00 P.M. m B23A 225-227 How Do the Carbon Pumps Pump Mechanisms of the Solubility and Biological Pumps II m m m Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 2 00 P.M. m CT23A 228-230 The Role of Particles in the Cycling of Trace Elements and Their Isotopes in the Ocean II m m m Estuarine and Coastal 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 222 220-221 m m m m m m m m EC23A Observations and Modeling of Physical Processes along Coral Reef-Lined Coasts I EC23B Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit II Education and Outreach 2 00 P.M. RO5 ED23A Teacher-Researcher Partnerships Working at the Interface of Science and Education to Enhance Student Learning I High Latitude Environments 2 00 P.M. 217-219 m m HE23A Marginal Ice Zone Processes II Marine Ecosystems 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. RO2 215-216 m m m m ME23A Modeling and Observing the Physical-Biological Interactions that Organize the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Biomass in Marine Ecosystems II ME23B Ocean Deoxygenation Integrating Coastal and Oceanic Perspectives in a Changing World II Marine Geology & Sedimentology 2 00 P.M. 231-232 m m m MG23A Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales IV Microbiology and Molecular Biology 2 00 P.M. RO4 m m MM23A Microbial Interactions in Ocean Ecosystems Ecology to Biogeochemistry II Ocean Observing and Data Management 2 00 P.M. RO1 m m m m OD23A Science at Sea Marine Data Stewardship from Proposal to Preservation I Past Present and Future Climate 2 00 P.M. 211-213 m m PC23A Midlatitude Climate Dynamics and the Role of the Ocean II 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 39 Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 2 00 P.M. 208-209 PO23A Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation V Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Tuesday P.M. A AH m m B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP m P TE TP PO23B 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. m m New Insights into Shelf and Slope Processes from Interdisciplinary Studies and the Use of Autonomous Platforms II 207 203-205 PO23C The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller II m m 40 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2 00 P.M. m m Tutorials RO3 RO3 RO3 RO3 m m m m m m m m m m m T003 2 30 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. Extraterrestrial Oceanography The Hydrocarbon Seas of Saturn s Moon Titan T004 Going with the Flow Lagrangian Oceanography using Acoustically Tracked Subsurface Floats T005 Modeling of Physical-Biological Interactions using the Open-Source Connectivity Modeling System T014 What Controls the Distribution of Dissolved Iron in the Ocean Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l A24A Advances in Understanding the Physical Processes at the Air-Sea interface III Posters A24B Interactions between Ocean Waves and Environment In Observational Numerical and Theoretical Studies Posters A24C Linking the Ocean with the Atmosphere Exploring the Importance of the Ocean-Atmosphere Interface and Near Surface Waters in Global Scale Processes Posters Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l AH24A Updates Advancements and Projections on the State of the Ocean Carbon Cycle (SOCC) How the Ocean is SOCC ing it to us III Posters Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l B24A How Do the Carbon Pumps Pump Mechanisms of the Solubility and Biological Pumps III Posters Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l CT24A The Role of Particles in the Cycling of Trace Elements and Their Isotopes in the Ocean III Posters CT24B Using Trophic Tracers (e.g. Fatty Acid or Stable Isotope Signatures) to Study Oceanic Interfaces Posters Estuarine and Coastal 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l l EC24A Autonomous Systems for Study of Coastal and Estuarine Processes Posters EC24B Nearshore Processes VI Posters EC24C Observations and Modeling of Physical Processes along Coral Reef-Lined Coasts II Posters EC24D Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit III Posters Education and Outreach 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l ED24A New Advances in Oceanographic Research and Education through Innovative Technologies & Experiences II Posters ED24B Teacher-Researcher Partnerships Working at the Interface of Science and Education to Enhance Student Learning II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Tuesday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP High Latitude Environments 4 00 P.M. l HE24A Poster Hall Marginal Ice Zone Processes III Posters l Human Use and Impacts 4 00 P.M. l l l HI24A Poster Hall Poster Hall 4 00 P.M. Ecological and Social Impact of Change in Coastal Ecosystems Posters l l HI24B Offshore Energy Issues Connectivity and Habitat Consequences of Rigs-to-Reefs Programs Posters Marine Ecosystems 4 00 P.M. l l l l l ME24A Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l Ecological Consequences of Internal Waves Internal Tides and Solitons in the Ocean Posters 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. l l l l l ME24B Ecological Fluid Mechanics Interactions among Organisms and Their Fluid Environment II Posters ME24C Exploring Biological-Geological Interactions in Coastal and Nearshore Habitats Posters ME24D Modeling and Observing the Physical-Biological Interactions that Organize the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Biomass in Marine Ecosystems III Posters ME24E Ocean Deoxygenation Integrating Coastal and Oceanic Perspectives in a Changing World III Posters l l l l ME24F Physical-Biological Interactions at Ocean Fronts From Processes to Predators Posters Microbiology and Molecular Biology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l MM24A Action Microbial Activity and Interaction with Organic and Inorganic Matter in the Dark Ocean Posters MM24B Microbial Interactions in Ocean Ecosystems Ecology to Biogeochemistry III Posters MM24C Oceans and Human Health Improving Ecological Forecasting of Marine Microbes Posters Ocean Observing and Data Management 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l OD24A Autonomous Observations of Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Properties and Processes in the Open Ocean From the Diel and Local Scales to Climate on the Global Scale II Posters OD24B Science at Sea Marine Data Stewardship from Proposal to Preservation II Posters OD24C Tools Services and New Technology for Oceanographic Big Data Posters Past Present and Future Climate 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l PC24A Midlatitude Climate Dynamics and the Role of the Ocean III Posters PC24B Representation of Physical Processes in Global Climate Models Posters Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l PO24A Comparing Physical Processes in Shallow Seas Large Lakes and Semi-Enclosed Basins Posters PO24B Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation VI Posters PO24C Mode and Intermediate Waters Their Contributions to Physical Biological Chemical and Climate Processes Posters 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 41 PO24D New Insights into Shelf and Slope Processes from Interdisciplinary Studies and the Use of Autonomous Platforms III Posters l l l Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Tuesday P.M. A AH l B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC l PO PP P TE TP l PO24E 4 00 P.M. l The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller III Posters Poster Hall Phytoplankton and Primary Production 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l PP24A All Microorganisms Must Die Mechanisms of Mortality in the Planktonic Environment Posters 42 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P PP24B Protistan Mixotrophs Jacks of All Trades or Masters of None Posters Wednesday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 210 TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes m m m m A31A Properties of the Ocean Surface that Directly Influence Air-Sea Exchange and Upper Ocean Dynamics I Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 225-227 RO3 m m m m m m B31A From Plankton Food Webs to Global Biogeochemical Cycles Using Mechanistic Understanding to Scale Up Microbial and Planktonic Processes I B31B The Current and Future Nitrogen Cycle From Microbes to the Global Ocean I Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 8 00 A.M. 228-230 m m CT31A Trace Metal Speciation in Seawater Measurements Modeling and Impact on Marine Biogeochemistry I Estuarine and Coastal 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 220-221 222 m m m m m m EC31A Coasts in Crisis Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Drivers for Adaptation I EC31B Geological and Biogeochemical Dynamics in Major Deltaic Coasts I Education and Outreach 8 00 A.M. RO5 m m m ED31A Novel and Creative Outreach Methods and Models I High Latitude Environments 8 00 A.M. 217-219 m m m m HE31A Macroecological Approaches to the Arctic Ocean System Changes and Implications on Biogeochemical Cycles I Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 8 00 A.M. RO4 m m m IS31A Technological Advancements in Phytoplankton Ecology Observation Techniques and Platforms Data Analysis and Interpretation and Model Development I Marine Ecosystems 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 215-216 RO2 m m m m ME31A Biological-Physical Interactions at Organismal Scales from Sediments to the Water Column I ME31B Exploration and Research and Assessment of Complex Deep-Sea Ecosystems Recent Advances Holistic Approaches and Future Challenges I Marine Geology & Sedimentology 8 00 A.M. 231-232 m m m MG31A Physical and Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface in Estuaries Coastal Oceans and Shelf Seas I Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Wednesday A.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Ocean Observing and Data Management 8 00 A.M. m m m OD31A RO1 Integrating Biological and Physicochemical Observations into the Ocean Observing Framework to Inform Understanding of Ecosystem Function and Ecosystem-Based Decision Making I m Past Present and Future Climate 8 00 A.M. m PC31A 211-213 El Ni o Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diversity in a Changing Climate I m m m Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 8 00 A.M. m m m m m m m PO31A 206 207 203-205 208-209 m Circulation Biogeochemistry Ecosystems and Their Variations in the Western North Pacific Marginal Seas I 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m m m m m PO31B Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change I PO31C The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller IV PO31D Variability of Ocean Circulation in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and Its Climatic and Environmental Impact I m m Keynote Plenaries 10 30 A.M. Great Hall AB Society Award Lectures Wednesday P.M. 2 00 P.M. 210 A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes m m m m A33A Properties of the Ocean Surface that Directly Influence Air-Sea Exchange and Upper Ocean Dynamics II Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 2 00 P.M. 206 m m AH33A Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes I Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 2 00 P.M. 225-227 m m m m B33A The Current and Future Nitrogen Cycle From Microbes to the Global Ocean II Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 2 00 P.M. 228-230 m m CT33A Trace Metal Speciation in Seawater Measurements Modeling and Impact on Marine Biogeochemistry II Estuarine and Coastal 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 222 220-221 m m m m m m m m EC33A Coastal Oceanography through Integrated Data Analysis I EC33B Coasts in Crisis Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Drivers for Adaptation II Education and Outreach 2 00 P.M. RO5 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 43 ED33A Integrating Ocean and Climate Science across the Pipeline K-Graduate Level and Informal Education Initiatives I Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Wednesday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP High Latitude Environments 2 00 P.M. m m HE33A 217-219 Macroecological Approaches to the Arctic Ocean System Changes and Implications on Biogeochemical Cycles II m m Human Use and Impacts 2 00 P.M. m m 44 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING RO1 m m HI33A Advancing Water Quality Monitoring Desalination and Forecasting in Urban Coastal and Inland Waters I Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 2 00 P.M. m IS33A RO4 Technological Advancements in Phytoplankton Ecology Observation Techniques and Platforms Data Analysis and Interpretation and Model Development II m m Marine Ecosystems 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. RO2 m ME33A 215-216 Biological-Physical Interactions at Organismal Scales from Sediments to the Water Column II m m m ME33B Exploration and Research and Assessment of Complex Deep-Sea Ecosystems Recent Advances Holistic Approaches and Future Challenges II Marine Geology & Sedimentology 2 00 P.M. 231-232 m m m MG33A Physical and Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface in Estuaries Coastal Oceans and Shelf Seas II Past Present and Future Climate 2 00 P.M. 211-213 m m m m PC33A El Ni o Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diversity in a Changing Climate II Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 207 203-205 208-209 m m m m m m m m PO33A Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change II PO33B The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller V PO33C Variability of Ocean Circulation in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and Its Climatic and Environmental Impact II m m m Tutorials 2 00 P.M. 2 30 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. RO3 RO3 RO3 RO3 m m m m m m m m m m T001 An Introduction to Ensemble-Based Data Assimilation T006 Moving Beyond Planning to Implementation Open-Source Tools from the Geoscience Community and Unidata for Data Management T009 R A Software System for Oceanographic Work at the Interface T012 Uncertainty Quantification in Geophysical Fluid Flow Models Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l A34A Air-Sea Exchange Processes in Western Boundary Current Systems and Marginal Seas Their Local and Remote Climatic Implications I Posters A34B Interactions between the Kuroshio and Asian Marginal Seas Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Wednesday P.M. A AH l B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC l PO l PP P TE TP l A34C 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Properties of the Ocean Surface that Directly Influence Air-Sea Exchange and Upper Ocean Dynamics III Posters Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 4 00 P.M. l l AH34A Poster Hall Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes II Posters Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l B34A From Plankton Food Webs to Global Biogeochemical Cycles Using Mechanistic Understanding to Scale Up Microbial and Planktonic Processes II Posters B34B The Current and Future Nitrogen Cycle From Microbes to the Global Ocean III Posters Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l CT34A Sources and Sinks of Reactive Oxygen Species in the Ocean Is seawater a radical solution (Zafiriou 1987) Revisited Posters CT34B Trace Metal Speciation in Seawater Measurements Modeling and Impact on Marine Biogeochemistry III Posters Estuarine and Coastal 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l l l EC34A Coastal Oceanography through Integrated Data Analysis II Posters EC34B Coasts in Crisis Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Drivers for Adaptation III Posters EC34C Geological and Biogeochemical Dynamics in Major Deltaic Coasts II Posters EC34D Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit IV Posters Education and Outreach 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l ED34A Integrating Ocean and Climate Science across the Pipeline K-Graduate Level and Informal Education Initiatives II Posters ED34B Novel and Creative Outreach Methods and Models II Posters High Latitude Environments 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l HE34A Macroecological Approaches to the Arctic Ocean System Changes and Implications on Biogeochemical Cycles III Posters Human Use and Impacts 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l HI34A Advancing Water Quality Monitoring Desalination and Forecasting in Urban Coastal and Inland Waters II Posters HI34B The Impact of Seawater Desalination on the Marine Environment Posters Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 45 IS34A Technological Advancements in Phytoplankton Ecology Observation Techniques and Platforms Data Analysis and Interpretation and Model Development III Posters Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Wednesday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Marine Ecosystems 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. l l ME34A Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l Biological-Physical Interactions at Organismal Scales from Sediments to the Water Column III Posters l l 46 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l ME34B Exploration and Research and Assessment of Complex Deep-Sea Ecosystems Recent Advances Holistic Approaches and Future Challenges III Posters ME34C Microbial Biogeochemistry of Hydrothermal Vents in Shallow and Deep Waters Commonalities and Differences Posters ME34D Resolving OMZ Processes Single Cells to Ecosystems Coasts to Open Ocean I Posters Marine Geology & Sedimentology 4 00 P.M. l MG34A Poster Hall Physical and Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface in Estuaries Coastal Oceans and Shelf Seas III Posters l l Ocean Observing and Data Management 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l OD34A Integrating Biological and Physicochemical Observations into the Ocean Observing Framework to Inform Understanding of Ecosystem Function and Ecosystem-Based Decision Making II Posters OD34B MBON Voyage Integrating Marine Biodiversity into Ocean Observing Systems Posters Past Present and Future Climate 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l PC34A Applications of Climate Data Records for the Benefit of Ocean Sciences Marine Ecosystems and Coastal Communities Posters PC34B El Ni o Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diversity in a Changing Climate III Posters Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l PO34A Circulation Biogeochemistry Ecosystems and Their Variations in the Western North Pacific Marginal Seas II Posters PO34B Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change III Posters PO34C The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller VI Posters PO34D Variability of Ocean Circulation in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and Its Climatic and Environmental Impact III Posters l l l Thursday A.M. 8 00 A.M. 210 A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes m m m A41A Air-Sea Exchange Processes in Western Boundary Current Systems and Marginal Seas Their Local and Remote Climatic Implications II Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 8 00 A.M. 206 m m AH41A Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes III Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Thursday A.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 8 00 A.M. m m B41A 225-227 Marine Silica Cycle Silicification and Silicifiers I m m Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 8 00 A.M. m CT41A 228-230 Trace Metal Bioavailability and Metal-Microorganism Interactions I m Estuarine and Coastal 8 00 A.M. m m EC41A 222 220-221 8 00 A.M. Moving the Mississippi River Delta toward Long-Term Sustainability Opportunities and Limitations I m m EC41B Understanding the Coastal Carbon Cycle and Biogeochemical Processes in the Coastal Ocean Observations and Modeling I Education and Outreach 8 00 A.M. RO5 ED41A Innovations in Environmental and Ocean Science Education I High Latitude Environments 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 215-216 217-219 m m m m m m m HE41A Biophysical Processes at the Arctic Sub-Arctic Interface I HE41B Ice-Ocean Interactions and Circulation around the Antarctic Margins I Human Use and Impacts 8 00 A.M. RO1 m m m HI41A The Emerging Science of Marine Debris From Assessment to Knowledge that Informs Solutions I Marine Ecosystems 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. RO2 RO3 m m m m ME41A Impacts of Ecological Interactions on Marine Ecosystem Dynamics New Insights from Models Theory and Field Measurements I ME41B Pacific Ocean Anomalies of 2014 2015 Consequences for Marine Ecosystems I Marine Geology & Sedimentology 8 00 A.M. 231-232 m m m MG41A Response of Coastal Sedimentary Systems to Anthropogenic Alterations and Climate Change I Microbiology and Molecular Biology 8 00 A.M. RO4 m m m MM41A Linking Omics Insights to Marine Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemical Functioning I Past Present and Future Climate 8 00 A.M. 211-213 m m m PC41A Ocean Heat and Carbon Uptake and Storage Observations Mechanisms and Feedbacks I Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 203-205 208-209 207 m m m m m m m m m PO41A Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future I PO41B Lagrangian Perspectives on Ocean Circulation and Mixing I PO41C Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change IV 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 47 Keynote Plenaries 10 30 A.M. Plenary Session Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Thursday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 2 00 P.M. m m m A43A 210 Gases as Tracers of Ocean Physical and Biogeochemical Processes I m Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 2 00 P.M. m m 48 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 206 A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P AH43A Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes IV Thursday P.M. 2 00 P.M. 225-227 m TE TP Biogeochemistry and Nutrients m m m B43A Physical-Biogeochemical Coupling in Oceanic Eddies and Fronts From Submesoscale to Mesoscale Processes I Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 2 00 P.M. 228-230 m m m m CT43A The Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) I Estuarine and Coastal 2 00 P.M. 220-221 m EC43A Understanding the Coastal Carbon Cycle and Biogeochemical Processes in the Coastal Ocean Observations and Modeling II High Latitude Environments 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 217-219 215-216 m m m m m m m HE43A Biophysical Processes at the Arctic Sub-Arctic Interface II HE43B Ice-Ocean Interactions and Circulation around the Antarctic Margins II Human Use and Impacts 2 00 P.M. RO1 m m m HI43A The Emerging Science of Marine Debris From Assessment to Knowledge that Informs Solutions II Marine Ecosystems 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. RO5 RO2 m m m m ME43A Ecosystem Responses to Climate Variability in Eastern Boundary Upwelling Ecosystems I ME43B Impacts of Ecological Interactions on Marine Ecosystem Dynamics New Insights from Models Theory and Field Measurements II Marine Geology & Sedimentology 2 00 P.M. 231-232 m m m m MG43A Mapping the Oceans Coordinating Seabed and Habitat Mapping for Maritime Spatial Planning I Microbiology and Molecular Biology 2 00 P.M. RO4 m m m MM43A Linking Omics Insights to Marine Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemical Functioning II Past Present and Future Climate 2 00 P.M. 211-213 m m m PC43A Ocean Heat and Carbon Uptake and Storage Observations Mechanisms and Feedbacks II Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Thursday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. m m m m m m m m PO43A 203-205 207 222 208-209 Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future II m m m m m PO43B 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies I PO43C From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean I PO43D Lagrangian Perspectives on Ocean Circulation and Mixing II Tutorials 2 00 P.M. m m m m m m m m m m T008 RO3 RO3 RO3 RO3 2 30 P.M. 3 00 P.M. 3 30 P.M. Ocean Mixing From Stratified Turbulence to Large-Scale Meridional Overturning Circulation m m m m T010 Recent Advances in the Fundamentals of Turbulent Flow Relevance (and Some Irrelevance) to Oceanic Flow T011 Recognizing Ocean Deoxygenation as a Global Change Challenge T013 Velocity and Transport from Oceanic Electric Fields Principles and Practice Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l l A44A Gases as Tracers of Ocean Physical and Biogeochemical Processes II Posters Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l AH44A Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes V Posters Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l B44A Marine Silica Cycle Silicification and Silicifiers II Posters B44B Physical-Biogeochemical Coupling in Oceanic Eddies and Fronts From Submesoscale to Mesoscale Processes II Posters Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l CT44A The Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) II Posters CT44B Trace Metal Bioavailability and Metal-Microorganism Interactions II Posters Estuarine and Coastal 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l EC44A Moving the Mississippi River Delta toward Long-Term Sustainability Opportunities and Limitations II Posters EC44B New Insights in Coastal Oceanography from High-Frequency Radar Observations Posters EC44C Physical and Biogeochemical Processes and the Support of Shelf Sea Primary Productivity and Carbon Cycling III Posters 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 49 EC44D Understanding the Coastal Carbon Cycle and Biogeochemical Processes in the Coastal Ocean Observations and Modeling III Posters Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Thursday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Education and Outreach 4 00 P.M. l ED44A Poster Hall Poster Hall 4 00 P.M. Ethical Principles and Practices in the Ocean Sciences Posters ED44B Innovations in Environmental and Ocean Science Education II Posters 50 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. l l l l l l High Latitude Environments Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l HE44A Biophysical Processes at the Arctic Sub-Arctic Interface III Posters HE44B 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Ice-Ocean Interactions and Circulation around the Antarctic Margins III Posters HE44C The Beaufort Sea in Transition Responses to Climate Change and Human Impacts II Posters HE44D Variability in Southern Ocean Productivity over Different Timescales I Posters Human Use and Impacts 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l HI44A The Emerging Science of Marine Debris From Assessment to Knowledge that Informs Solutions III Posters Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l IS44A Innovative and Emerging Research Technologies with High Impact for Marine Sciences II Posters Marine Ecosystems 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l l ME44D Ecosystem Responses to Climate Variability in Eastern Boundary Upwelling Ecosystems II Posters ME44B Impacts of Ecological Interactions on Marine Ecosystem Dynamics New Insights from Models Theory and Field Measurements III Posters ME44E Pacific Ocean Anomalies of 2014 2015 Consequences for Marine Ecosystems II Posters ME44A Plankton Grazing and Selectivity in Marine Food Webs Posters ME44C Scaling Up Marine Infectious Diseases from the Molecule to the Ecosystem Posters Marine Geology & Sedimentology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l MG44A Mapping the Oceans Coordinating Seabed and Habitat Mapping for Maritime Spatial Planning II Posters MG44B Response of Coastal Sedimentary Systems to Anthropogenic Alterations and Climate Change II Posters Microbiology and Molecular Biology 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l l MM44A Linking Omics Insights to Marine Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemical Functioning III Posters MM44B Microbial Enzymes in Aquatic Environments Environmental Control Genomics and Biogeochemical Functions Posters MM44C Proteomics and Lipidomics Expanding the Macromolecular Toolbox to Understand Oceanic Processes MM44D Viruses in Aquatic Ecosystems Diversity Biogeochemistry and Host Interactions Posters Past Present and Future Climate 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l l l PC44A Contemporary Evidence of Climate Change Effects on Lake and Estuarine Ecosystems Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Thursday P.M. A AH l B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO l PP P TE TP PC44B 4 00 P.M. l Ocean Heat and Carbon Uptake and Storage Observations Mechanisms and Feedbacks III Posters Poster Hall Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. l l PO44A Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future III Posters l l PO44B 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies II Posters PO44C From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean II Posters l l l l l l PO44D Lagrangian Perspectives on Ocean Circulation and Mixing III Posters PO44E Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change V Posters Friday A.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 8 00 A.M. 210 m m m m A51A Tropical Cyclone-Ocean Interactions From Weather to Climate I Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 8 00 A.M. 206 m m m AH51A Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Complex Ocean Change on Marine Biota I Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 8 00 A.M. 228-230 m m m m CT51A The Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) III Estuarine and Coastal 8 00 A.M. 220-221 m m m EC51A Physical and Biogeochemical Processes and the Support of Shelf Sea Primary Productivity and Carbon Cycling I High Latitude Environments 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 217-219 215-216 m m m m HE51A Dynamics on the Edge Ice-Ocean Fjord Continental Shelf and Slope Processes for the Arctic and Subpolar Oceans I HE51B North Meets South An Integrated Perspective of High-Latitude Ocean Dynamics I Human Use and Impacts 8 00 A.M. RO1 m m m m HI51A Marine Renewable Energy Resource Characterization Environmental Impacts and Societal Interactions I Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 8 00 A.M. RO4 IS51A Recent Advances in In Situ Biogeochemical Instrumentation Sensors and Observatory Science I Marine Ecosystems 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. RO2 RO3 225-227 m m m m m m m m m m m m 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 51 ME51A Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges I ME51B Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods I ME51C Resolving OMZ Processes Single Cells to Ecosystems Coasts to Open Ocean II Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Friday A.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Marine Geology & Sedimentology 8 00 A.M. m m MG51A 231-232 Sediment Dynamics of a Tropical River-Marine Dispersal System The Mekong from River Source to Ocean Sink I m m 52 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 8 00 A.M. m Policy RO5 m m P51A Impacting Policy Communicating and Incorporating Aquatic and Ocean Science at International National State and Local Levels through Ecosystem-Based Management I Past Present and Future Climate 8 00 A.M. 211-213 PC51A High-Resolution Geochemical Proxies of Global Change Progress Problems and Utility I Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. m PO51A 203-205 208-209 207 222 m m Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future IV m m m m m m m m PO51B 8 00 A.M. 8 00 A.M. Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies III PO51C Developments and Ocean Applications of Data Assimilation Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses I PO51D From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean III Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 10 30 A.M. 210 m m m m A52A Understanding Air-Sea Coupling in Tropical Cyclones for Improving Model Intensity Forecasts I Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 10 30 A.M. 206 m m m AH52A Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Complex Ocean Change on Marine Biota II Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 10 30 A.M. 225-227 m m m m B52A Beyond Redfield Elemental Ratios as Tracers and Drivers of Biodiversity and Biogeochemical Function in a Changing Ocean I Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 10 30 A.M. 228-230 CT52A Linking Optical and Chemical Properties of Organic Matter I Estuarine and Coastal 10 30 A.M. 220-221 m m m EC52A Physical and Biogeochemical Processes and the Support of Shelf Sea Primary Productivity and Carbon Cycling II High Latitude Environments 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 217-219 215-216 m m m m m m m m HE52A Dynamics on the Edge Ice-Ocean Fjord Continental Shelf and Slope Processes for the Arctic and Subpolar Oceans II HE52B Variability in Southern Ocean Productivity over Different Timescales II Human Use and Impacts Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Friday A.M. A AH m m m B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO m PP P TE TP HI52A 10 30 A.M. RO1 Marine Renewable Energy Resource Characterization Environmental Impacts and Societal Interactions II Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 10 30 A.M. RO4 IS52A Recent Advances in In Situ Biogeochemical Instrumentation Sensors and Observatory Science II Marine Ecosystems 10 30 A.M. m m m ME52A RO2 RO3 10 30 A.M. Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges II m m m m m ME52B Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods II Marine Geology & Sedimentology 10 30 A.M. m MG52A 231-232 Hydrocarbon Seepage as a Conduit Connecting Deep Subsurface Sediments Shallow Sediments the Water Column and Atmosphere I m Policy 10 30 A.M. RO5 m m m P52A Impacting Policy Communicating and Incorporating Aquatic and Ocean Science at International National State and Local Levels through Ecosystem-Based Management II Past Present and Future Climate 10 30 A.M. 211-213 m m m PC52A Implications of Global Climate Change on the Health of Coral Reef Ecosystems I Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 10 30 A.M. 203-205 208-209 207 222 m m m m m m m m m m m m m m PO52A Climate Trends Hydrographic Variability Circulation and Air-Land-Sea Interactions in the Marginal Seas of the North Atlantic I PO52B Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies IV PO52C Developments and Ocean Applications of Data Assimilation Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses II PO52D From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean IV Friday P.M. 2 00 P.M. 210 A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes A53A The Ocean Surface Boundary Layer Physical Processes and Roles in Weather Climate and Biogeochemistry I Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 2 00 P.M. 206 m m m AH53A Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Complex Ocean Change on Marine Biota III Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 2 00 P.M. 225-227 m m m m 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 53 B53A From WOCE through CLIVAR to GO-SHIP Results from Global Repeat Hydrographic Surveys I Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Friday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Estuarine and Coastal 2 00 P.M. m m m m m EC53A 220-221 222 2 00 P.M. Response and Mitigation Potential of Coastal Vegetated Habitats to Climate Change Sea-Level Rise and Ocean Acidification I m m EC53B From Watersheds to Oceans Physical Ecological and Population Models that Cross Boundaries I 54 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2 00 P.M. m m High Latitude Environments 217-219 215-216 m m m m m HE53A 2 00 P.M. The Beaufort Sea in Transition Responses to Climate Change and Human Impacts I HE53B Western Antarctic Seas From Trace Metals to Trophic Levels I Human Use and Impacts 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. RO5 RO1 m m m m m HI53A Marine Renewable Energy Resource Characterization Environmental Impacts and Societal Interactions III HI53B Research Findings and Challenges in Oil Spill Organic Geochemistry Studies I Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 2 00 P.M. RO4 m IS53A Innovative and Emerging Research Technologies with High Impact for Marine Sciences I Marine Ecosystems 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. RO2 RO3 m m m m m m m m ME53A Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges III ME53B Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods III Past Present and Future Climate 2 00 P.M. 211-213 m m PC53A U.S. CLIVAR Session on Oceanic Heat Uptake Earth s Energy Imbalance and the Global Warming Hiatus I Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 2 00 P.M. 203-205 208-209 207 228-230 231-232 m m m m m m m m m m m m m m PO53A Climate Trends Hydrographic Variability Circulation and Air-Land-Sea Interactions in the Marginal Seas of the North Atlantic II PO53B Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies V PO53C Developments and Ocean Applications of Data Assimilation Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses III PO53D Observing and Predicting Historic and Future Surface and Internal Tides I PO53E Satellite-Data-Based Studies of Heat and Freshwater Budgets and the Air-Sea Interface From Diurnal to Decadal Timescales I Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l A54A The Ocean Surface Boundary Layer Physical Processes and Roles in Weather Climate and Biogeochemistry II Posters A54B Tropical Cyclone-Ocean Interactions From Weather to Climate II Posters A54C Understanding Air-Sea Coupling in Tropical Cyclones for Improving Model Intensity Forecasts II Posters Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Friday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia 4 00 P.M. l l AH54A Poster Hall Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Complex Ocean Change on Marine Biota IV Posters l Biogeochemistry and Nutrients 4 00 P.M. l l B54A Poster Hall Poster Hall 4 00 P.M. Beyond Redfield Elemental Ratios as Tracers and Drivers of Biodiversity and Biogeochemical Function in a Changing Ocean II Posters l l l l l l B54B From WOCE through CLIVAR to GO-SHIP Results from Global Repeat Hydrographic Surveys II Posters Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall CT54A Linking Optical and Chemical Properties of Organic Matter II Posters Estuarine and Coastal 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l EC54B Poster Hall Poster Hall Carbon Fluxes in Coastal Environments Research and Education Posters l l l l l l l l l EC54C From Watersheds to Oceans Physical Ecological and Population Models that Cross Boundaries II Posters EC54D Physical and Biogeochemical Processes and the Support of Shelf Sea Primary Productivity and Carbon Cycling IV Posters EC54A Response and Mitigation Potential of Coastal Vegetated Habitats to Climate Change Sea-Level Rise and Ocean Acidification II Posters l l l High Latitude Environments 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l HE54A Dynamics on the Edge Ice-Ocean Fjord Continental Shelf and Slope Processes for the Arctic and Subpolar Oceans III Posters HE54B North Meets South An Integrated Perspective of High-Latitude Ocean Dynamics II Posters HE54C Western Antarctic Seas From Trace Metals to Trophic Levels II Posters Human Use and Impacts 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l HI54A Marine Renewable Energy Resource Characterization Environmental Impacts and Societal Interactions IV Posters HI54B Research Findings and Challenges in Oil Spill Organic Geochemistry Studies II Posters Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall IS54A Recent Advances in In Situ Biogeochemical Instrumentation Sensors and Observatory Science III Posters Marine Ecosystems 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l l l l l l ME54C Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges IV Posters ME54B Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges V Posters 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 55 ME54A Observations of Climate Change and Marine Ecosystem Biodiversity Posters Meeting Summary Chart Meeting Summary Chart Section Sponsors & Cosponsors PP Phytoplankton and Primary Production P Policy ED HE HI IS ME Education and Outreach High Latitude Environments Human Use and Impacts Instrumentation & Sensing Technologies Marine Ecosystems MG MM OD PC PO Marine Geology & Sedimentology Microbiology and Molecular Biology Ocean Observing and Data Management Past Present and Future Climate Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation l Poster m Oral A AH B CT EC Air-sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Processes Ocean Change Acidification and Hypoxia Biogeochemistry and Nutrients Chemical Tracers DOM and Trace Metals Estuarine and Coastal Friday P.M. A AH B CT EC ED HE HI IS ME MG MM OD PC PO PP P TE TP Marine Geology & Sedimentology 4 00 P.M. l MG54A Poster Hall Poster Hall l l Hydrocarbon Seepage as a Conduit Connecting Deep Subsurface Sediments Shallow Sediments the Water Column and Atmosphere II Posters 4 00 P.M. l 56 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING l MG54B Sediment Dynamics of a Tropical River-Marine Dispersal System The Mekong from River Source to Ocean Sink II Posters l Policy 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l P54A Poster Hall Dynamic Ocean Management Managing at Finer Scales for Mobile Ocean Resources Posters l l l l l l P54B Impacting Policy Communicating and Incorporating Aquatic and Ocean Science at International National State and Local Levels through Ecosystem-Based Management III Posters Past Present and Future Climate 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall l PC54A Poster Hall Poster Hall High-Resolution Geochemical Proxies of Global Change Progress Problems and Utility II Posters PC54B Implications of Global Climate Change on the Health of Coral Reef Ecosystems II Posters l l l l PC54C U.S. CLIVAR Session on Oceanic Heat Uptake Earth s Energy Imbalance and the Global Warming Hiatus II Posters Physical Oceanography Ocean Circulation 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall Poster Hall l l l l l l l PO54A Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future V Posters PO54C Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies VI Posters PO54D Developments and Ocean Applications of Data Assimilation Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses IV Posters l l l l PO54E Observing and Predicting Historic and Future Surface and Internal Tides II Posters PO54F Satellite-Data-Based Studies of Heat and Freshwater Budgets and the Air-Sea Interface From Diurnal to Decadal Timescales II Posters PO54B Climate Trends Hydrographic Variability Circulation and Air-Land-Sea Interactions in the Marginal Seas of the North Atlantic III Posters l l l 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 57 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM Monday 8 00 A.M. AH11A Room 206 Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses I (joint with EC HI ME PC) Moderators Weifu Guo Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Kirti Ramesh GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Laurie Hofmann Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology Trystan Sanders GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research 8 00 A.M. AH11A-01 The Acid Test Calcium Signaling in the Skeletogenic Layer of Reef-Building Coral A M Florn 8 15 A.M. AH11A-02 A Possible Role for Vitamin C in Coral Calcification J J Rosenthal L Roberson N Vazquez 8 30 A.M. AH11A-03 The tropical corals pH microenvironment examined under changing seawater pCO2 conditions M Wall G M Schmidt K Fabricius D de Beer 8 45 A.M. AH11A-04 Mechanisms of coral pH regulation and calcification response to ocean acidification Insights from a physicochemical model W Guo 9 00 A.M. AH11A-05 The Coral Reef Micro-Canopy A New Concept in Coral Ecophysiology D Wangpraseurt M K hl 9 15 A.M. AH11A-06 Elevated extracellular pH during early shell formation in the blue mussel Mytilus edulis K Ramesh F Melzner N Himmerkus M Hu M Bleich 9 30 A.M. AH11A-07 Effects of pCO2 stress on gene expression and biomineralization of developing larvae of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas P De Wit E Durland A Ventura G Waldbusser C J Langdon 9 45 A.M. AH11A-08 Ocean Acidification Causes Increased Calcium Carbonate Turnover during Larval Shell Formation C Frieder F Pan S Applebaum D T Manahan 9 00 A.M. B11A-05 WITHDRAWN Nitrogen dynamics observed in high resolution Understanding bulk sedimentary d15N using amino acid compound-specific nitrogen isotopes in the eastern tropical Pacific W Sauthoff M D McCarthy A C Ravelo 9 15 A.M. B11A-06 Surface ocean dissolved organic nitrogen concentration and isotopic composition in the eastern tropical South Pacific A N Knapp K L Casciotti M G Prokopenko 9 30 A.M. B11A-07 Surviving a High Nutrient-Low Chlorophyll (HNLC) region insights to the internal cycling of nitrogen and iron in the eastern equatorial Pacific P A Rafter K R Mackey R R Rykaczewski D M Sigman 9 45 A.M. B11A-08 Spatial Variations in N2O Concentration and Isotopomer Composition off the Peru Coast A Bourbonnais R T Letscher A Kock H W Bange M A Altabet Monday 8 00 A.M. CT11A Room 228-230 Atmospheric Deposition and Ocean Biogeochemistry I (joint with B) Moderators Ana Aguilar-Islas University of Alaska Fairbanks Clifton Buck Skidaway Institute of Oceanography Meredith Hastings Brown Univ-Geological Sciences 8 00 A.M. CT11A-01 Isotopes of atmospheric nitrate from the GEOTRACES Atlantic and Pacific Sections M G Hastings T Carter K L Casciotti 8 15 A.M. CT11A-02 Deposition of Atmospheric Nitrogen to Coastal Ecosystems (DANCE) A study in seasonally oligotrophic waters off the eastern U.S R Najjar P Sedwick M R Mulholland M A Friedrichs A M Thompson D K Martins P W Bernhardt M Herrmann L M Price B M Sohst C Sookhdeo P St-Laurent B Widner 8 30 A.M. CT11A-03 Assessing the Roles of Iron Macronutrients and Wet deposition in Controlling Phytoplankton Growth in Seasonally Oligotrophic Waters of the Mid-Atlantic Bight P Sedwick M R Mulholland R Najjar P W Bernhardt L M Price B M Sohst C Sookhdeo B Widner 8 45 A.M. CT11A-04 Tracing anthropogenic aerosol Fe sources in the North Atlantic Ocean using dissolved Fe isotope ratios T M Conway R Shelley A M Aguilar-Islas W M Landing N M Mahowald S John 9 00 A.M. CT11A-05 Isotopic accounts of mineral dust deposition in the northwestern subtropical Atlantic from seasons to recent millennia C T Hayes D McGee E A Boyle S Mukhopadhyay A C Maloof 9 15 A.M. CT11A-06 Modern Dust Deposition and Dissolved Iron Residence Times in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean S M Vivancos R F Anderson F J Pavia M Q Fleisher Y Lu P Zhang H Cheng R L Edwards 9 30 A.M. CT11A-07 Estimation of Trace Element Atmospheric Deposition Fluxes to the Atlantic Ocean ( 40 N) During Spring 2014 (GEOVIDE GEOTRACES GA01) G Sarthou R Shelley M RocaMarti M Castrillejo P Masque 9 45 A.M. CT11A-08 Dissolved Al in the A16S CLIVAR Repeat Hydrography Section and Its Implication for Aerosol Deposition in the South Atlantic C I Measures M Hatta W M Landing R Shelley Monday 8 00 A.M. B11A Room 225-227 Scientific Program Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries I (joint with EC ME MM PO) Moderators Bradley Tolar Stanford University Andrew Babbin Massachusetts Institute of Technology Carolyn Buchwald Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Julian Damashek Stanford University 8 00 A.M. B11A-01 Spatial and Temporal Comparison of DNRA Communities in New River Estuary USA B Song J Lisa C R Tobias 8 15 A.M. B11A-02 The response of San Francisco Bay Delta phytoplankton communities to experimental ammonium nitrate and wastewater effluent additions and changes in irradiance A L Strong G van Dijken M M Mills I B Huang C Francis S G Monismith K R Arrigo 8 30 A.M. B11A-03 WITHDRAWN Stable Isotope Identification of Nitrogen Sources for United States (U.S.) Pacific Coast Estuaries C A Brown J E Kaldy P Fong C Fong T Mochon Collura P Clinton 8 45 A.M. B11A-04 The Effect of Temperature on Key Aspects of the Nitrogen Cycle Comparisons Across Systems V Warren 58 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Monday 8 00 A.M. EC11A Room 220-221 Nearshore Processes I (joint with PO) Moderators James Kaihatu Texas A & M University College Station Navid Tahvildari Old Dominion University 8 00 A.M. EC11A-01 On the imaging of rip currents in X-band radar M C Haller R Kloster 8 15 A.M. EC11A-02 What controls the speed of rip currents Comparing field observations numerical simulations and a parameterization M Moulton S Elgar B Raubenheimer J C Warner 8 30 A.M. EC11A-03 On The Role of Swash-Swash Interaction in Swash Zone Dynamics J C Pintado-Patino A Torres-Freyermuth J A Puleo 8 45 A.M. EC11A-04 Lidar Observations of Wave Shape K L Brodie B Raubenheimer N Spore L Gorrell R K Slocum S Elgar 9 00 A.M. EC11A-05 Beach slope effects on sand suspension and transport rate by infragravity waves A de Bakker J Brinkkemper F van der Steen M Tissier G Ruessink 9 15 A.M. EC11A-06 Parameterizing the Effects of Finite Crested Wave Breaking in Wave-Averaged Models N Kumar S H Suanda F Feddersen 9 30 A.M. EC11A-07 WITHDRAWN Dynamics of wave setup across a steeply-sloping reef with large bottom roughness M L Buckley R Lowe J Hansen A Van Dongeren 9 45 A.M. EC11A-08 Nearshore Costal Dynamics during Intense Winds Local and Synoptic Scale Events A Torres-Freyermuth J A Puleo N R DiCosmo J de la Roza B Figueroa A Ruiz de Alegr aArzaburu J L pez-Gonz lez M E Allende-Arand a 9 30 A.M. EC11B-07 Wind Influence on Gravitational Circulation in a Partially Mixed Estuary W C Boicourt M E Scully X Xie M Li 9 45 A.M. EC11B-08 Wind straining versus estuarine circulation exploring the parameter space H Burchard X Lange K Purkiani Monday 8 00 A.M. ED11A Room RO5 ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students I Moderators Benjamin Cuker Hampton University Deidre Gibson Hampton University 8 00 A.M. ED11A-01 Using ATTO dyes to probe bacterial interactions with the marine diatom Pseudo-nitzschia. S Mehic M Sison-Mangus 8 15 A.M. ED11A-02 Herbivory and competition limit the expansion of the macroalga Turbinaria ornata to shallow zones on a fringing reef in the South Pacific S Degregori C Williams P Barber S Sura P Fong 8 30 A.M. ED11A-03 Identifying Genes Involved in the Iron Metabolism Pathway Through Transcriptomic Analysis D Khana 8 45 A.M. ED11A-04 Nutrients high light and shallow depths favor the expansion of the brown macroalgae Turbinaria ornata in the coral reefs of Mo orea French Polynesia J Rogers 9 00 A.M. ED11A-05 Effects of Shading on Environmental Parameters Population Dynamics and Copper Tolerance in the Marine Copepod Tigriopus californicus Y Venkataraman 9 15 A.M. ED11A-06 Assessing Long-Term Seagrass Changes by Integrating a High-Spatial Resolution Image Historical Aerial Photography and Field Data M Leon-Perez W J Hernandez R Armstrong 9 30 A.M. ED11A-07 ORGANIC CARBON LOADING IN TROPICAL NEAR-SHORE ECOSYSTEMS THE ROLE OF MANGROVE LAGOONS AND CHANNELS IN COASTAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION E Garc a J M Morell 9 45 A.M. ED11A-08 Effects of Wood Pollution on Pore-Water Sulfide Levels and Eelgrass Germination C Ekelem Monday 8 00 A.M. EC11B Room 222 The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf I (joint with ME MG PO TP) Moderators Robert Hetland Texas A&M Univ Piero Mazzini Rutgers University 8 00 A.M. EC11B-01 Broadband Acoustic Mapping of Physical Processes Bubbles Suspended Sediment and Fish in Highly Stratified Estuaries A Lavery W R Geyer 8 15 A.M. EC11B-02 Intratidal to Interseasonal Variability of Oblique Internal Hydraulic Jumps at a Stratified Estuary Mouth D Honegger M C Haller W R Geyer G Farquharson 8 30 A.M. EC11B-03 A high-resolution hydrodynamic model of the Duplin River Estuary Sapelo Island GA with groundwater as the major buoyancy forcing C J Mcknight D Di Iorio 8 45 A.M. EC11B-04 Modeling Historic Salinity Intrusion in the Lower Columbia River Estuary L T Helaire 9 00 A.M. EC11B-05 Residual Sediment Transport by Tidal Straining near Sloping Topography K Schulz L Umlauf 9 15 A.M. EC11B-06 Observations of Internal Solitary Waves in a Coastal Plain Estuary X Xie M Li M E Scully W C Boicourt Monday 8 00 A.M. HE11A Room 217-219 High Latitude Air-Sea-Ice Interactions in a Changing Climate I (joint with PO) Moderators John Cassano University of Colorado at Boulder Robert Pickart Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Robin Muench Earth and Space Research Kent Moore University of Toronto 8 00 A.M. HE11A-01 Wintertime convection in the Iceland Sea under changing atmospheric conditions K V ge K Moore S Jonsson H Valdimarsson I Renfrew R S Pickart 8 15 A.M. HE11A-02 Record deep convection in the Irminger Sea in winter 2014-15 F Fr b K V ge A Olsen K Moore I Yashayaev E Jeansson 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 59 Scientific Program 8 30 A.M. HE11A-03 Winter Oceanic Response During Strong Wind Events Around Southeastern Greenland in the Regional Arctic System Model (RASM) for 1990-2010 A Duvivier J J Cassano A Craig J Hamman W Maslowski B Nijssen R Osinski A Roberts 8 45 A.M. HE11A-04 Does sea ice retreat reduce or increase the momentum flux into the Arctic Ocean T Martin H V Dosser M Steele J Thomson M Tsamados S Zippel 9 00 A.M. HE11A-05 The Impact of Stored Solar Heat on Arctic Sea Ice Growth M L Timmermans 9 15 A.M. HE11A-06 Fluctuations in the Atlantic Water Transport as a Source for Intra-seasonal Variability in the Barents Sea Ice Cover V Lien O Skagseth P Schlichtholz F B Vikeb 9 30 A.M. HE11A-07 Characteristics and Flow of Pacific Water in the Western Chukchi Sea Effects of Strong Wind Forcing M Pisareva R S Pickart M A Spall K Moore 9 45 A.M. HE11A-08 Observations of Air-Sea Interactions in an Antarctic Coastal Polynya Using Small Unmanned Aerial Systems J J Cassano 8 00 A.M. IS11A-01 Advances of a Brillouin Scattering Lidar System for the Detection of Temperature Profiles in the Ocean Laboratory Measurements and Field Test T Walther D Rupp S Friman C Trees G Fournier 8 15 A.M. IS11A-02 Development and Validation of the CALIPSO Ocean Subsurface Data Record Y Hu M J Behrenfeld C A Hostetler J W Hair X Lu S D Rodier J H Churnside W H Hunt 8 30 A.M. IS11A-03 Characteristics of Airborne Lidar Profiles of the Arctic Ocean J H Churnside R Marchbanks 8 45 A.M. IS11A-04 Exploiting In Situ Lidar To Retrieve Particle Distributions and Characteristics Of The Upper Ocean R C Zimmerman V J Hill C I Sukenik B Collister A Flouros W M Balch 9 00 A.M. IS11A-05 An analysis of surface and bottom effects on CALIOP-derived waveforms in shallow waters of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence M A Montes-Hugo J S Bailly N Baghdadi 9 15 A.M. IS11A-06 Polarized Imaging Lidar Using Underwater Range Gating in a Multifunctional Remote Sensing System G Fournier C Trees 9 30 A.M. IS11A-07 Airborne Optical Remote Sensing of Ocean Surface Current Variability S P Anderson S Zuckerman G Stuart 9 45 A.M. IS11A-08 The Ship Tethered Aerostat Remote Sensing System (STARRS) Observations of Small-Scale Surface Lateral Transport During the LAgrangian Submesoscale ExpeRiment (LASER) D F Carlson G Novelli C Guigand T zg kmen B FoxKemper M J Molemaker Monday 8 00 A.M. IS11A Room RO4 Lidar Aircraft and Satellite Retrievals of Ecological and Physical Processes in the Ocean I (joint with A OD) Moderators Ivona Cetinic NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USRA Luc Lenain University of California San Diego Deric Gray US Naval Research Laboratory Jason Graff Oregon State University Scientific Program 60 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Monday 8 00 A.M. ME11A Room RO2 Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems I (joint with ED HI P) Moderators Katherine Mills Gulf of Maine Research Institute Steven Bograd NOAA Pacific Grove 8 00 A.M. ME11A-01 Marine and Human Systems Addressing Multiple Scales and Multiple Stressors E E Hofmann A Bundy R Chuenpagdee L Maddison E Svendsen 8 15 A.M. ME11A-02 Sustaining coupled social-ecological marine systems in Mexico s Gulf of California region H Leslie 8 30 A.M. ME11A-03 OysterFutures Integrating Stakeholder Objectives with Natural System Models to Promote Sustainable Natural Resource Policy E W North J Blair J C Cornwell A E Freitag R K Gawde T W Hartley R R Hood R M Jones T J Miller J E Thomas L A Wainger M J Wilberg 8 45 A.M. ME11A-04 A Sense of Place Integrating Environmental Psychology into Marine Socio-Ecological Models I E van Putten A Fleming E Fulton E Plaganyi-Lloyd 9 00 A.M. ME11A-05 Integrating Climate Science Marine Ecology and Fisheries Economics to Predict the Effects of Climate Change on New England lobster Fisheries A Le Bris A J Pershing D S Holland K Mills C H J Sun 9 15 A.M. ME11A-06 Coupling Recruitment Forecasts with Economics in the Gulf of Maine s American Lobster Fishery R Wahle N Oppenheim D C Brady A Dayton C H J Sun 9 30 A.M. ME11A-07 How Are Fishing Patterns and Fishing Communities Responding to Climate Change A Test Case from the Northwest Atlantic T Young E Fuller K Coleman M Provost M L Pinsky K St Martin 9 45 A.M. ME11A-08 WITHDRAWN Vulnerability of Oyster Resource Users to Ecological Change Case Study from Terrebonne Parish Louisiana A Humphries M La Peyre S Hall R Dowty Beech 9 00 A.M. ME11B-05 Spatio-temporal segregation of calling behavior at a multispecies fish spawning site in Little Cayman K C Cameron A Sirovic J S Jaffe B Semmens C PattengillSemmens J Gibb 9 15 A.M. ME11B-06 A New Perspective on the Foraging Ecology of Apex Predators in the California Current Results from a Fully Coupled Ecosystem Model J Fiechter L A Huckstadt K Rose D P Costa E N Curchitser K Hedstrom C A Edwards A M Moore 9 30 A.M. ME11B-07 The Dynamics of Vertical Migration in the Oceanic Gulf of Mexico after Deepwater Horizon Active Linkage of Large Vertebrates and Deep-Pelagic Nekton T Sutton A Cook T M Frank K M Boswell M Vecchione H Judkins I Romero 9 45 A.M. ME11B-08 Acoustic detections of summer and winter whales at Arctic gateways in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans K Stafford K L Laidre S E Moore Monday 8 00 A.M. OD11A Room RO1 Ocean Observatory Science Unprecedented Access to the Sea I (joint with A IS ME PO) Moderators Richard Dewey University of Victoria Oscar Schofield Rutgers University Deborah Kelly University of Washington Seattle Campus Hidekatsu Yamazaki Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology 8 00 A.M. OD11A-01 Transforming Ocean Sciences in the Northeast Pacific NSF s Ocean Observatories Initiative Cabled Array is Now Operational D S Kelley 8 15 A.M. OD11A-02 The Ocean Observatories Initiative Data Data and More Data M F Crowley M Vardaro L Belabbassi M J Smith L M Garzio F Knuth S M Glenn O Schofield C S Lichtenwalner J Kerfoot 8 30 A.M. OD11A-03 A First Detailed Tracking of an Erupting Undersea Volcano and its Impacts on the Overlying Ocean via a Submarine Electro-Optical Sensor Network J R Delaney 8 45 A.M. OD11A-04 Continuing and New Measurements at the Abyssal ALOHA Cabled Observatory B M Howe J T Potemra R Butler F Santiago-Mandujano R Lukas F K Duennebier D M Karl J Aucan 9 00 A.M. OD11A-05 The Ocean Observatories Initiative Data Management and QA QC Lessons Learned and the Path Ahead M Vardaro L Belabbassi L M Garzio F Knuth M J Smith M F Crowley 9 15 A.M. OD11A-06 The EMSO-ERIC Consortium 12 Fixed Nodes around Europe Provide Coordinated Continuous Access to Deep Sea Environments M Best P Favali L Beranzoli M N Cagatay M Cannat J Danobeitia H de Stigter M Gillooly P O J Hall V Lykousis J Mienert J M A Miranda V Radulescu H Ruhl H C Waldmann 9 30 A.M. OD11A-07 Benthic-pelagic coupling in Australian coastal waters Outcomes and lessons learned from an interdiciplinary research initiative P Ralph J Crosswell A D Steven 9 45 A.M. OD11A-08 Ten Years of Observatory Science from Saanich Inlet on the VENUS Cabled Ocean Observatory R K Dewey V Tunnicliffe P Macoun A Round Monday 8 00 A.M. ME11B Room RO3 Advances in the Ecology Behavior Physiology or Conservation of Marine Top Predators I (joint with HI O) Moderators Mark Baumgartner Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Daniel Palacios Oregon State University 8 00 A.M. ME11B-01 Do top predators cue on sound production by mesopelagic prey S Baumann-Pickering D M Checkley Jr D A Demer 8 15 A.M. ME11B-02 Hierarchical state-space models improve estimation of behavioural states from animal movement data I Jonsen 8 30 A.M. ME11B-03 Key research questions of global importance for cetacean conservation E C M Parsons 8 45 A.M. ME11B-04 Direct Tracking and Compound-Specific Stable Isotope Analysis Identifies Dispersal Routes and Cryptic Latitudinal Trends in the Winter Distribution of Two Antarctic Penguin Species M J Polito L A Houghton J Hinke S Thorrold 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 61 Scientific Program Monday 8 00 A.M. PC11A Room 215-216 Climate Impacts on Marine Fish Fisheries and Protected Species I (joint with EC HI ME TE) Moderators Barbara Muhling Princeton University Vincent Saba NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Northeast Fisheries Science Center 8 00 A.M. PC11A-01 IMPACT OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE OF THE PELAGIC ECOSYSTEM AND FISHERIES OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT T R Baumgartner A Valencia R Durazo 8 15 A.M. PC11A-02 Long-Term Trends in Migration Timing Based on Thermal Response of a Temperate Forage Fish L J Palamara J Manderson J T Kohut A Snow 8 30 A.M. PC11A-03 Physiological-based modelling of marine fish early life stages provides process knowledge on climate impacts M A Peck 8 45 A.M. PC11A-04 Assessing Marine Species Exposure to Ocean Acidification E Jewett S Busch P McElhany D K Gledhill L M Milke D Wieczorek 9 00 A.M. PC11A-05 Projecting the Effects of 21st Century Climate Change on the Distribution and Phenology of Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations R G Asch B Erisman 9 15 A.M. PC11A-06 Climate Change Impacts to North Pacific Pelagic Habitat Are Projected to Lower Carrying Capacity P A Woodworth-Jefcoats J J Polovina J Drazen 9 30 A.M. PC11A-07 Uncertainty in future projections of global and regional marine fisheries catches G Reygondeau W W L Cheung T L Froelicher C A Stock M C Jones J L Sarmiento 9 45 A.M. PC11A-08 Can We Future-Proof Marine Conservation Planning M L Pinsky L A Rogers 9 00 A.M. PC11B-05 The ocean mixed layer under Southern Ocean sea-ice seasonal cycle and forcing P Violaine J B Sallee S Schmidtko F Roquet J B Charrassin 9 15 A.M. PC11B-06 Reshaping the Antarctic Circumpolar Current via Antarctic Bottom Water Export A Stewart A Hogg 9 30 A.M. PC11B-07 Abyssal-mixing driven circulation in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current A J G Nurser M Broadbridge A Naveira Garabato 9 45 A.M. PC11B-08 Potential vorticity and across ACC eddy transport in the Upper Circumpolar Deep Waters D Balwada C J Roach K G Speer Monday 8 00 A.M. PO11A Room 203-205 Advances in Operational Oceanography Modeling Product Services and Skill Assessment I (joint with A ME OD) Moderators Andrea Mask Naval Oceanographic Office Avichal Mehra NOAA NWS NCEP EMC 8 00 A.M. PO11A-01 Overview of Operational Global Ocean Forecasting at the Naval Oceanographic Office D A Rosenfield 8 15 A.M. PO11A-02 The Use of the Regional Navy Coastal Ocean Model (RNCOM) by the US Navy in Operational Oceanography J T Rayburn 8 30 A.M. PO11A-03 Verification and Validation of COAMPS Results from a Fully-Coupled Air Sea Wave Modeling System T Smith R A Allard T J Campbell Y P Chu J Dykes L Zamudio S Chen S Gabersek 8 45 A.M. PO11A-04 National Plan to Expand NOS Operational Modeling Capabilities A Zhang P Burke 9 00 A.M. PO11A-05 A Real-Time California Coastal Ocean Nowcast Forecast System Skill Assessment User Products and Transition from Research to Operations J D Farrara Y Chao F Chai H Zhang 9 15 A.M. PO11A-06 Surface Current Skill Assessment of Global and Regional forecast models A A Allen 9 30 A.M. PO11A-07 Validation and Inter-comparison Against Observations of GODAE Ocean View Ocean Prediction Systems J Xu F J M Davidson G C Smith Y Lu F Hernandez C Regnier M Drevillon A Ryan M Martin T D Spindler G B Brassington P R Oke 9 45 A.M. PO11A-08 Scientific assessment of accuracy skill and reliability of ocean probabilistic forecast products M Wei C D Rowley C N Barron P J Hogan Monday 8 00 A.M. PC11B Room 211-213 Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling I (joint with B OD PO) Moderators Igor Kamenkovich RSMAS Stephen Riser University of Washington Seattle Campus 8 00 A.M. PC11B-01 Observations of the Southern Ocean Meridional Overturning Circulation from Argo Data A R Gray S Riser 8 15 A.M. PC11B-02 Direct measurement of the cross-density overturning circulation in the Southern Ocean J B Sallee J R Ledwell A Naveira Garabato M P Meredith A J Watson M J Messias J D Zika N S Mackay 8 30 A.M. PC11B-03 Submesoscale dynamics at the Subantarctic Front in the Scotia Sea Implications for vertical exchange and water mass transformation K Adams P J Hosegood J R Taylor J B Sallee S Bachman M A Stamper 8 45 A.M. PC11B-04 Preconditioning of the Weddell Sea Polynya by the Ocean Mesoscale Insights from an Eddying Climate Model C Dufour A K Morrison I Frenger H M Zanowski S M Griffies M Winton Scientific Program Monday 8 00 A.M. PO11B Room 207 Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC I (joint with PC TP) Moderators Ali Mashayek Massachusetts Institute of Technology James Ledwell Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 8 00 A.M. PO11B-01 Abyssal Recipes II Behind the Scenes W Munk 8 15 A.M. PO11B-02 Does deep ocean mixing drive upwelling or downwelling of abyssal waters R M Ferrari T J McDougall A Mashayek 62 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 8 30 A.M. PO11B-03 Internal-Wave-Driven Turbulence and the Meridional Overturning Circulation E L Kunze 8 45 A.M. PO11B-04 Internal Wave-Driven Turbulent Mixing an Argo-Based finescale strain approach versus the global internal wave model IDEMIX F Pollmann C Eden D J Olbers 9 00 A.M. PO11B-05 Impacts of Spatial Distribution of Parameterized Local and Remote Tidal Mixing on Large-scale Ocean Circulation and Climate S Legg A Melet R Hallberg 9 15 A.M. PO11B-06 Dynamical Analysis of the Enhanced Turbulent Mixing Over a Rough Ocean Bottom T Hibiya R Robertson T Takagi 9 30 A.M. PO11B-07 Topographic Enhancement of Vertical Mixing in the Southern Ocean A Mashayek R M Ferrari S Merrifield L St Laurent 9 45 A.M. PO11B-08 Is the Abyssal Branch of the Overturning Driven by Breaking Internal Waves C de Lavergne G Madec J Le Sommer A J G Nurser A Naveira Garabato 8 00 A.M. PO11D-01 A simple model of eddy saturation D P Marshall M Ambaum D R Munday L Novak J R Maddison 8 15 A.M. PO11D-02 The Geometric Decomposition of Eddy Feedbacks Insights into the Energetics of Scale Interactions S Waterman J M Lilly K D Stewart 8 30 A.M. PO11D-03 Flavours of Baroclinic Instability in the Global Ocean S R Keating K S Smith 8 45 A.M. PO11D-04 Parameterizing subgrid-scale eddy effects using energetically consistent backscatter M Jansen A Adcroft S M Griffies R Hallberg I Held 9 00 A.M. PO11D-05 Probing the Timescales of Mesoscale Eddy Equilibration A Sinha R P Abernathey 9 15 A.M. PO11D-06 How do Ocean Heat Fluxes Depend on Bottom Pressure Torque M Sonnewald 9 30 A.M. PO11D-07 Jet-Topography Interactions What Sets the Vertical Structure of Eddy Effects Around Topography A Barthel A Hogg S Waterman 9 45 A.M. PO11D-08 The structure of baroclinic turbulence in an idealized family of baroclinically-unstable flows K S Smith S R Keating Monday 8 00 A.M. PO11C Room 208-209 Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation I Moderators Stephanie Waterman University of British Columbia Erik van Sebille Imperial College London Shane Keating University of New South Wales 8 00 A.M. PO11C-01 Global characteristics of coherent eddies from drifter trajectories R Lumpkin 8 15 A.M. PO11C-02 Variability of submesoscale dynamics in the North Atlantic from a 1 60 ocean model simulation J Le Sommer J M Molines A Jaymond B Barnier T Penduff P Klein 8 30 A.M. PO11C-03 Persistance and Propagation of Eddies in HighResolution Data-Assimilating Models E Douglass H Ngodock 8 45 A.M. PO11C-04 WITHDRAWN Characteristics Vertical Structures and Heat Salt Transports of Mesoscale Eddies in the Southeastern Tropical Indian Ocean G Yang W Yu X Zhao 9 00 A.M. PO11C-05 Interannual variability of ring formations in the Gulf Stream region Y N Sasaki 9 15 A.M. PO11C-06 Interannual evolutions of (sub)mesoscale dynamics in the Bay of Biscay and the English Channel G Charria F Vandermeirsch S Theetten Yelek i C Assassi N J Audiffren 9 30 A.M. PO11C-07 Global Estimate of Seasonality in Scales of Oceanic Turbulence T Uchida R P Abernathey 9 45 A.M. PO11C-08 Mesoscale eddies in the North Atlantic subtropical gyre characteristics vertical structure and associated transport from satellite altimetry and Argo profile data A M Amores Maimo O Melnichenko N A Maximenko Monday 8 00 A.M. PP11A Room 210 Subsurface and Subseasonal Productivity Mechanisms Magnitudes Variability and Key Species I (joint with B ME MM PC) Moderators Bror Jonsson Princeton University Alan Kemp University of Southampton 8 00 A.M. PP11A-01 Subsurface phytoplankton layers in the Arctic Ocean J E Tremblay 8 15 A.M. PP11A-02 The Summer Deep Phytoplankton Bloom the one Missed by Satellites H Claustre L Guidi A Mignot L Lacour H C Bittig 8 30 A.M. PP11A-03 What insights can satellite data provide about the subsurface C Wilson J H Churnside 9 00 A.M. PP11A-05 Inorganic Nutrient Diffusion at the Base of the Nutricline and its Association with the Deep Chlorophyll a Maximum Layer B Barone R Bidigare G S Carter M J Church R Foreman D M Karl 9 15 A.M. PP11A-06 Alterations in Location Magnitude and Community Composition of Discrete Layers of Phytoplankton in Cold Deep Waters Near the 1% Isolume of the Laurentian Great Lake Michigan Among Years With Dramatically Different Meteorological Conditions R L Cuhel C Aguilar 9 30 A.M. PP11A-07 What if the Diatoms of the Deep Chlorophyll Maximum Can Ascend T A Villareal 9 45 A.M. PP11A-08 Seasonal Progression and Interannual Variability of Nutrient and Chlorophyll-a Distributions in the Northern Gulf of Alaska 1998-2010 K Trahanovsky T E Whitledge Monday 8 00 A.M. PO11D Room 231-232 Oceanic Energy Pathways From the Global Circulation to the Submesoscale I (joint with TP) Moderators Hussein Aluie University of Rochester Matthew Hecht Los Alamos National Laboratory 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 63 Scientific Program 8 45 A.M. PP11A-04 Primary Production and Photophysiology of Phytoplankton Forming Subsurface Chlorophyll Maxima in a UK Summer Stratified Coastal Sea M Barnett A E S Kemp A E Hickman D A Purdie Monday 10 30 A.M. AH12A Room 206 Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses II (joint with EC HI ME PC) Moderators Jessica Carilli University of Massachusetts Boston Weifu Guo Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Patrick Drupp University of Hawaii at Manoa 10 30 A.M. AH12A-01 WITHDRAWN Seasonality in calcification response of Hawaiian reef coral Montipora capitata under climate change projections K Bahr K Rodgers P L Jokiel 10 45 A.M. AH12A-02 Effects of warming acidification and reefzone on the calcification of four Caribbean scleractinian corals of the Belize Barrier Reef System C B Bove J B Ries S W Davies I T Westfield K Castillo 11 00 A.M. AH12A-03 Calcification and Crystallography Responses of a Tropical Macroalgal Reef Sediment Producer Halimeda spp. to Year 2100 pCO2 Levels Under High and Low Irradiance K Peach M Koch P Blackwelder C Manfrino 11 15 A.M. AH12A-04 Dissolution Kinetics of Biogenic Carbonates in Seawater A Subhas J Erez N Rollins J F Adkins W Berelson P P I Ziveri G Langer 11 30 A.M. AH12A-05 Coral reef sediment dissolution Insights from chamber incubations around the globe T Cyronak A J Andersson B Eyre 11 45 A.M. AH12A-06 CO2 System Permeable Sediment Chemistry and Modeling of It s Behavior Under Rising temperature and Ocean Acidification P S Drupp E H De Carlo M Guidry F T Mackenzie 12 00 P.M. AH12A-07 Alkalinity Enrichment Enhances Calcification of a Coral Reef Flat R Albright K Caldeira 12 15 P.M. AH12A-08 Net community calcification and production rates from Palmyra Atoll using a boundary layer gradient flux approach Y Takeshita W R McGillis T R Martz N Price J Smith E M Donham 11 30 A.M. B12A-05 Life at the Boundaries a Multi-Approach Study Discloses Archaeal Diversity in the Black Sea M Sollai L Villanueva E Hopmans J S Sinninghe Damst 11 45 A.M. B12A-06 Response of ammonia oxidizing archaea to environmental change and implications for the TEX86 proxy A E Ingalls W Qin L Carlson A Bertagnolli V Armbrust A Devol J Moffett D Stahl 12 00 P.M. B12A-07 Ammonia Oxidation Rate is a Fundamental Control on Thaumarchaeal Lipid Composition and the TEX86 Proxy S Hurley F J Elling M K nneke C Buchwald S D Wankel A E Santoro J S Lipp K U Hinrichs A Pearson 12 15 P.M. B12A-08 15N tracer incubations and natural abundance isotopes reveal nitrification and denitrification production of nitrous oxide in the oxygen minimum zone Q Ji B B Ward Monday 10 30 A.M. CT12A Room 228-230 Trace Elements and Isotopes at the Interfaces of the Atlantic Ocean I (joint with B ME PC PO) Moderators Edward Boyle Massachusetts Institute of Technology Micha Rijkenberg Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research Gideon Henderson University of Oxford Geraldine Sarthou LEMAR UMR 6539 10 30 A.M. CT12A-01 Dissolved Fe and Mn During the A16S CLIVAR Repeat Hydrography Transect in the South Atlantic M Hatta C I Measures W M Landing R Shelley 10 45 A.M. CT12A-02 Iron isotopes in bottom waters from the Bransfield Strait Implications for deep water Fe supply T Stichel Monday 10 30 A.M. B12A Room 225-227 Scientific Program Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries II (joint with EC ME MM PO) Moderators Bradley Tolar Stanford University Andrew Babbin Massachusetts Institute of Technology Carolyn Buchwald Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Julian Damashek Stanford University 10 30 A.M. B12A-01 Water Temperature Not Dissolved Oxygen Linked to Nitrite Accumulation in Estuaries S Schaefer J T Hollibaugh 10 45 A.M. B12A-02 Seasonal Distribution and Activity of Ammonia-oxidizing Archaea in the South Atlantic Bight Q Liu B B Tolar M J Ross J B Cheek C M Sweeney N Wallsgrove B N Popp J T Hollibaugh 11 00 A.M. B12A-03 The community and function shift of ammonia oxidizers across terrestrial and marine (soil sediment) boundaries in two coastal bay ecosystems C J Smith 11 15 A.M. B12A-04 WITHDRAWN A time series of nitrogen speciation and nitrogen isotope fractionation during nitrification in a eutrophic coastal embayment T Kalvelage 64 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING A J M Lough W B Homoky D Connelly J K Klar T M Conway S John R Mills 11 00 A.M. CT12A-03 How do local and remote processes affect the distribution of iron in the Atlantic Ocean A Tagliabue P Boyd M J A Rijkenberg R G Williams 11 15 A.M. CT12A-04 Radium isotopes as tracers of hydrothermal inputs and plume dynamics in the deep ocean results from Atlantic and Pacific US GEOTRACES cruises L E Kipp M A Charette V Sanial P Henderson D E Hammond W S Moore 11 30 A.M. CT12A-05 Potential Sources Affecting Seawater Nd Isotopes in the Southwest Atlantic Ocean Y Wu S L Goldstein L Pena A E Hartman M J A Rijkenberg H J W de Baar 11 45 A.M. CT12A-06 Dissolved rare earth elements in the US GEOTRACES North Atlantic Section A M Shiller 12 00 P.M. CT12A-07 Mercury in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans - results of the 2014 GEOTRACES GEOVIDE & 2015 GEOTRACES TransArc II cruises L E Heimb rger D Cossa M J A Rijkenberg G Sarthou M Rutgers van der Loeff E M Sunderland J Sonke 12 15 P.M. CT12A-08 Lead Concentrations and Stable Lead Isotopes in the North Atlantic and Labrador Sea C Zurbrick E A Boyle Monday 10 30 A.M. EC12B Room 222 The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf II (joint with ME MG PO TP) Moderators Alexander Horner-Devine University of Washington Daniel MacDonald University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 10 30 A.M. EC12B-01 Along-shore Variation of Freshwater Transport in a Buoyant Coastal Current J A Lerczak S N Chen 10 45 A.M. EC12B-02 Flow Variability within the Alaska Coastal Current in winter E Jarosz D W Wang H W Wijesekera W S Pegau J N Moum 11 00 A.M. EC12B-03 The Interaction Between Two Small Mountainous River Plumes Under Downwelling Wind Conditions in an Idealized Coastal Ocean Model E P Lemagie J A Lerczak 11 15 A.M. EC12B-04 Characterizing Stormwater Dispersion and Dilution from Small Coastal Streams D Siegel L Romero J C McWilliams Y Uchiyama C Jones 11 30 A.M. EC12B-05 A Laboratory Study of River Discharges into Shallow Seas T J Crawford P F Linden 11 45 A.M. EC12B-06 Fronts and tidal straining in the mid-field plume of the Rhine ROFI S Rijnsburger R P Flores A J Souza A Horner-Devine J Pietrzak 12 00 P.M. EC12B-07 A numerical investigation of the interaction between a horizontal density gradient and an oscillating turbulent flow S Kaptein M Duran Matute V Armenio F Roman H J H Clercx 12 15 P.M. EC12B-08 THE IMPACT OF BAROCLINICITY ON SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A REGION OF FRESHWATER INFLUENCE A J Souza J Pietrzak A Horner-Devine S Rijnsburger R P Flores Monday 10 30 A.M. EC12A Room 220-221 Nearshore Processes II (joint with PO) Moderators Richard Styles Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory Diane Foster University of New Hampshire Main Campus 10 30 A.M. EC12A-01 Sand Transport Under Oscillatory Flows With Phase-Separated Particle Image Velocimetry D P Frank A Penko J Calantoni 10 45 A.M. EC12A-02 A new momentum integral method for approximating bed shear stress M E Wengrove D L Foster 11 00 A.M. EC12A-03 Turbulent coherent structure under dambreak driven swash A 3D numerical study Y Kim Z Zhou T J Hsu J A Puleo 11 15 A.M. EC12A-04 MEASUREMENTS OF TWO-PHASE SUSPENDED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN BREAKING WAVES USING VOLUMETRIC THREE-COMPONENT VELOCIMETRY F C K Ting P LeClaire 11 30 A.M. EC12A-05 The Interaction of Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence with Solid and Sediment Boundaries An Experimental Investigation B A Johnson E Cowen 11 45 A.M. EC12A-06 A Numerical Study on Wave Evolution in Interaction with Flexible Vegetation N Tahvildari R B Zeller J M Kaihatu 12 00 P.M. EC12A-07 Multi-Scale Modeling of Wave Attenuation by Vegetation Q J Chen L Zhu A Chakrabarti 12 15 P.M. EC12A-08 Free surface expression of shear instability in unidirectional canopy induced flows I Rosenzweig F J Zarama A M M Garcia J R Koseff Monday 10 30 A.M. ED12A Room RO5 ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students II Moderators Benjamin Cuker Hampton University Deidre Gibson Hampton University 10 45 A.M. ED12A-02 Rhythmic Larval Release in the Crab Dyspanopeus sayi Entrainment by Light Dark and Temperature Cycles K Sanchez 11 00 A.M. ED12A-03 Early Life-Stage Responses of a Eurythemal Estuarine Fish Mummichog (Fundulus hetereoclitus) to Fixed and Fluctuating Thermal Regimes J Shaifer 11 15 A.M. ED12A-04 Developmental Effects of Ocean Acidification Conditions and Elevated Temperature on Homarus Americanus Larvae H Mcveigh J D Waller 11 30 A.M. ED12A-05 Bacterioplankton Populations within the Oxygen Minimum Zone of the Sargasso Sea G Schuler R Parsons 11 45 A.M. ED12A-06 The Effects of Ocean Acidification on Predator-Prey Interactions between Mya arenaria and Callinectes sapidus K Longmire C Glaspie R Seitz 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 65 Scientific Program 10 30 A.M. ED12A-01 An Analysis of Sea Turtle Demographics along Maryland Shores 1990-2015 C Rhoades C Driscoll A Weschler M Crawford 12 00 P.M. ED12A-07 Mixotrophy in the Winter Bloom-forming Heterocapsa rotundata Quantifying Grazing Rates Using Two Methodologies A Aceves J J Pierson 12 15 P.M. ED12A-08 The effect of visible light stress on chemical signaling in two life stages of Emiliania huxleyi L ValentinAlvarado E Cooney K Bright S Strom 11 15 A.M. IS12A-04 Radiometry from Bio-Argo Floats a New Strategy to Validate Ocean Color Products at the Global Scale E Organelli H Claustre R Serra A Bricaud C Schmechtig F D Ortenzio A Poteau A Mangin E Leymarie G Obolensky L M Prieur G Dall Olmo X Xing 11 30 A.M. IS12A-05 Results from Observations Made by the Research Scanning Polarimeter During the Ship-Aircraft Bio-Optical Research (SABOR) Experiment B Cairns 11 45 A.M. IS12A-06 Combined Ocean and Atmospheric Lidar Profile Results during the Ship-Aircraft Bio-Optical Experiment J W Hair C A Hostetler Y Hu M J Behrenfeld C F Butler D B Harper R J Hare T Berkoff A L Cook J E Collins Jr N Stockley M Twardowski I Cetinic R A Ferrare T L Mack 12 00 P.M. IS12A-07 Remote Retrievals of Carbon Stocks and Rates How Are We Doing and Where Are We Going J Graff K Halsey T K Westberry C A Hostetler J W Hair C F Butler M J Behrenfeld 12 15 P.M. IS12A-08 Assessment of Ocean Carbon Export and Sequestration From Satellite Data New Approaches and a Plan for the Future D Siegel K Bisson K Buesseler Monday 10 30 A.M. HE12A Room 217-219 Dynamics of the Arctic Ocean and Sea Ice System in a Changing Climate I (joint with A PO) Moderators Torge Martin GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Kim Martini University of Washington Seattle Campus 10 30 A.M. HE12A-01 Response of the Arctic Ocean Near-Inertial Internal Wave Field to Changing Sea-Ice Conditions H V Dosser L Rainville 10 45 A.M. HE12A-02 Thermohaline Staircases in the Amundsen Basin possible disruption by shear and mixing J Guthrie I Fer J Morison 11 00 A.M. HE12A-03 Energy and variance budgets of a diffusive staircase with implications for heat flux scaling M Hieronymus J R Carpenter 11 15 A.M. HE12A-04 Five Months of Arctic Turbulence and Heat Flux Observations from the Norwegian Young Sea Ice Cruise (N-ICE2015) A Meyer A Sundfjord 11 30 A.M. HE12A-05 Estimating mixed layer depth and heat content at the end of sea ice melt season in the western Arctic Ocean A C Bradley S E Palo 11 45 A.M. HE12A-06 Overwinter Transport of Subsurface Warm Water around the Arctic Chukchi Borderland E Watanabe J Onodera S Nishino T Kikuchi 12 00 P.M. HE12A-07 Pathways of Petermann Glacier s Meltwaters Greenland C Heuz A Wahlin H L Johnson A Muenchow 12 15 P.M. HE12A-08 Sea Ice Retreat and its Impact on the Intensity of Open-Ocean Convection in the Greenland and Iceland Seas K Moore K V ge R S Pickart I Renfrew Monday 10 30 A.M. ME12A Room RO2 Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems II (joint with ED HI P) Moderators Steven Murawski University of South Florida David Lindo-Atichati City University of New York 10 30 A.M. ME12A-01 Slow Adaptation in the Face of Rapid Warming Leads to the Collapse of Atlantic Cod in the Gulf of Maine A J Pershing M A Alexander C Hernandez L A Kerr A Le Bris K Mills J A Nye N Record H A Scannell J D Scott G D Sherwood A C Thomas 10 45 A.M. ME12A-02 Cod Collapse and Climate in the North Atlantic K L Oremus K C Meng S Gaines 11 00 A.M. ME12A-03 Assessing the Utility of Seasonal SST Forecasts to the Fisheries Management Process a Pacific Sardine Case Study D Tommasi C A Stock 11 15 A.M. ME12A-04 Ecological and management implications of climate-driven changes in spatial and temporal distributions of marine species K Mills A J Pershing J A Nye M E Henderson A C Thomas C Hernandez M A Alexander J Schuetz 11 30 A.M. ME12A-05 The importance of spatial fishing behavior for coral reef resilience A Rassweiler M Lauer S J Holbrook 11 45 A.M. ME12A-06 Conflict in the Currents The Cross-boundary Consequences of Larval Dispersal J A Rising N Ramesh D Dookie 12 00 P.M. ME12A-07 The influence of decadal scale climactic events on the transport of larvae L K Rasmuson C A Edwards A Shanks 12 15 P.M. ME12A-08 Leveraging Multidisciplinary Data & Research to Develop Spatio-Temporal Risk Assessment and Decision Support Tools for Evaluating Offshore Hazards J R Bauer K Rose L Romeo J Nelson D Dick L Sim Scientific Program Monday 10 30 A.M. IS12A Room RO4 Lidar Aircraft and Satellite Retrievals of Ecological and Physical Processes in the Ocean II (joint with A OD) Moderators Ivona Cetinic NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USRA Luc Lenain University of California San Diego Deric Gray US Naval Research Laboratory Jason Graff Oregon State University 10 30 A.M. IS12A-01 Characterization of the Oceanic Particulate Volume Scattering Function M Twardowski J M Sullivan N Stockley M Slivkoff S A Freeman 10 45 A.M. IS12A-02 Vector Sky Glint Corrections for Above Surface Retrieval of the Subsurface Polarized Light Field R Foster A Gilerson A McGilloway A Ibrahim A El-habashi C Carrizo S Ahmed 11 00 A.M. IS12A-03 Evaluating long-term changes in phytoplankton community composition using an ocean reflectance inversion model A case study in the northern Arabian Sea to explore the emerging frontier of hyperspectral ocean color J Werdell C S Roesler J I Goes 66 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Monday 10 30 A.M. ME12B Room RO3 Advances in the Ecology Behavior Physiology or Conservation of Marine Top Predators II (joint with HI O) Moderators Mark Baumgartner Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Daniel Palacios Oregon State University 10 30 A.M. ME12B-01 Predator-Prey Dynamics in the Mesopelagic Odontocete Foraging Ecology and Anti-predator Behavior of Prey K J Benoit-Bird 10 45 A.M. ME12B-02 Body mass and anaerobic tolerance influence vertical habitat selection in meso- and bathypelagic foraging toothed whales of the Bahamas T W Joyce J W Durban H H Fearnbach D E Claridge L T Ballance 11 00 A.M. ME12B-03 Under the Sea Ice Exploration of the Relationships Between Sea Ice Patterns and Foraging Movements of a Marine Predator in East Antarctica S Labrousse J B Sallee A D Fraser R A Massom P Reid M Sumner C Guinet R Harcourt F Bailleul M Hindell J B Charrassin 11 15 A.M. ME12B-04 Predator Foraging in Response to the Mcmurdo Sound Preyscape K L Daly D G Ainley B Saenz G Ballard S Kim D Jongsomjit 11 30 A.M. ME12B-05 Internal Acoustic Transceivers Reveal the Annual Social Network Patterns in a Coastal Top Predator D Haulsee D A Fox M Breece B Wetherbee L Brown J Kneebone G Skomal M J Oliver 11 45 A.M. ME12B-06 High sea surface temperatures driven by a strengthening current reduce foraging success by penguins G Carroll J D Everett R Harcourt D Slip I Jonsen 12 00 P.M. ME12B-07 Habitat Use and Trophic Structure in a Highly Migratory Predatory Fish Identified with Geochemical Proxies in Scales M Seeley B D Walther 12 15 P.M. ME12B-08 WITHDRAWN Reconstructing Lifetime Chemical Profiles of Baleen Whales Using Earplugs A Century of Stress S J Trumble S Usenko 11 30 A.M. OD12A-05 Sustained ecological observing how hard can it be T Moltmann R Proctor 11 45 A.M. OD12A-06 Observing climate change trends in ocean biogeochemistry when and where S Henson C Beaulieu R S Lampitt 12 00 P.M. OD12A-07 Globalizing Lessons Learned from Regionalscale Observatories S M Glenn 12 15 P.M. OD12A-08 OceanSITES Sustained Ocean Time Series Observations in the Global Ocean. R A Weller C Gallage U Send R S Lampitt R Lukas Monday 10 30 A.M. PC12A Room 215-216 Assessing Ecosystem Variability from Paleoceanographic Archives I (joint with B MG PP) Moderators Michael Schulz University of Bremen Michal Kucera MARUM - University of Bremen Fatima Abrantes Instituto Portugu s do Mar e da Atmosfera 10 30 A.M. PC12A-01 Rates and patterns of plankton response to stress exposure under natural conditions M Kucera M Weinkauf 10 45 A.M. PC12A-02 High-resolution Records of Proteinaceous Deep-Sea Coral 13C and 15N Values in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre Suggest Major Shifts in Nutrient and Phytoplankton Dynamics over the last 5000 years D S Glynn M D McCarthy K McMahon T P Guilderson 11 00 A.M. PC12A-03 Deglaciation Changes the North Atlantic Seasonality G J A Brummer W Feldmeijer M A Prins B Metcalfe G M Ganssen 11 15 A.M. PC12A-04 A modeling approach to investigate the sensitivity of plankton phenology to global change since the Last Glacial Maximum K Kretschmer M Kucera M Schulz 11 30 A.M. PC12A-05 Modern and Interglacial Marine Ostracode Species Diversity Patterns off Eastern North America W T R Chiu M Yasuhara T M Cronin G Hunt L Gemery 11 45 A.M. PC12A-06 Millenial-scale Plankton Regime Shifts In The Subtropical North Pacific Assessed By 13C And 15N Compoundspecific Stable Isotope Analysis Of Deep-sea Corals K McMahon T P Guilderson M D McCarthy O Sherwood T Larsen B Williams 12 00 P.M. PC12A-07 Past climates primary productivity changes in the Indian Ocean P K Le M zo M Kageyama L Bopp L Beaufort P Braconnot F C Bassinot 12 15 P.M. PC12A-08 Stable pelagic vertebrate community structure through extreme Paleogene greenhouse conditions E C Sibert M Friedman P M Hull G Hunt R D Norris Monday 10 30 A.M. OD12A Room RO1 Regional and Thematic Innovation Supporting Global Sustained Ocean Observing I (joint with IS) Moderators Martin Visbeck GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Albert Fischer UNESCO Paris 10 30 A.M. OD12A-01 Towards a Tropical Pacific Observing System for 2020 and Beyond K L Hill K William N Smith 10 45 A.M. OD12A-02 An Observing System for the Southern Ocean L Newman O Schofield A Wahlin A Constable S Swart 11 00 A.M. OD12A-03 Developing a global ocean observing system that prioritises ecosystem variables from a political and societal point of view P Miloslavich N J Bax S E Simmons W Appeltans M Garcia 11 15 A.M. OD12A-04 Using Combined Marine Spatial Planning Tools and Observing System Experiments to define Gaps in the Emerging European Ocean Observing System G Nolan N Pinardi T Vukicevic P Y Le Traon Monday 10 30 A.M. PC12B Room 211-213 Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling II (joint with B OD PO) Moderators Torge Martin GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Kyle Armour Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10 30 A.M. PC12B-01 Variability in Global Deep Ocean Circulation from GRACE M M Watkins C Boening 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 67 Scientific Program 10 45 A.M. PC12B-02 Seasonal and Interannual variability in Surface Temperature and Salinity across the ACC in the Drake Passage from 2002 to 2014 K L Fitzmorris J Sprintall 11 00 A.M. PC12B-03 Southern Ocean Deep Convection in Global Climate Models A Driver of Sub-polar Gyre Strength and Drake Passage Transport Variability on Decadal Timescales E Behrens G Rickard O Morgenstern T Martin A Osprey M M Joshi 11 15 A.M. PC12B-04 Decadal to Centennial Southern Ocean Deep Convection Variability in CMIP5 Models and in the Kiel Climate Model A Reintges M Latif T Martin W Park R J Greatbatch 11 30 A.M. PC12B-05 Trends in Southern Ocean Eddy Kinetic Energy D P Chambers 11 45 A.M. PC12B-06 Multi-decadal trends in Southern Ocean eddy activity simulated by a high-resolution ocean model L Patara C W Boning A Biastoch 12 00 P.M. PC12B-07 The Impact of the Ozone Hole on the Temperature and Salinity of the Southern Ocean A L Solomon L M Polvani R P Abernathey K L Smith 12 15 P.M. PC12B-08 Ice-atmosphere feedbacks dominate the response of the climate system to Drake Passage closure M H England D K Hutchinson A Santoso W P Sijp 12 15 P.M. PO12A-08 Nested Coupled Air sea Modeling for Multiscale Processes in the Maritime Continent J Pullen A L Gordon M K Flatau J D Doyle C Villanoy O Cabrera Monday 10 30 A.M. PO12B Room 203-205 Advances in Operational Oceanography Modeling Product Services and Skill Assessment II (joint with A ME OD) Moderators Aijun Zhang NOAA National Ocean Service Charlie Barron John C. Stennis Space Center 10 30 A.M. PO12B-01 Applying Multi-Model Superensemble Methods to Global Ocean Operational Systems T D Spindler A Mehra D M Spindler 10 45 A.M. PO12B-02 Ensemble global ocean forecasting G B Brassington 11 00 A.M. PO12B-03 Impact of Assimilation on Hindcast and Forecast Performance in Small Nearshore Domains T G Almeida A L Reath D T Walker 11 15 A.M. PO12B-04 Improving the Arctic ice edge forecasts by assimilating high resolution sea ice concentration products in the U.S. Navy s ice forecasting systems P G Posey E J Metzger A J Wallcraft D A Hebert R Allard O M Smedstad M Phelps F M Fetterer S Stewart W Meier S Helfrich 11 30 A.M. PO12B-05 Probabilistic calculation of near-field tsunami edge waves E L Geist 11 45 A.M. PO12B-06 Operational Prediction of Hurricane Induced Coastal Surge and Inundation J Veeramony A Penko M Van Ormondt 12 00 P.M. PO12B-07 FLOOD FORECAST ACCURACY AND DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM APPROACH THE VENICE CASE A Canestrelli M Di Donato 12 15 P.M. PO12B-08 Global SST forecast using empirical model causality based non-linear modeling D E Lee Monday 10 30 A.M. PO12A Room 208-209 Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling Observations and Prediction I (joint with A EC ME OD) Moderators Joanna Staneva Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Vassiliki Kourafalou University of Miami Pierre De Mey CNRS 10 30 A.M. PO12A-01 First Step Towards a Coastal Modelling System for South Africa a St. Helena Bay Case Study C Collins T Lamont B R Loveday J C Hermes J Veitch B Backeberg 10 45 A.M. PO12A-02 Response of the Southern Benguela Upwelling System to Fine-scale Modifications of the Coastal Wind F Desbiolles B Blanke A Bentamy C Roy 11 00 A.M. PO12A-03 Modeling the propagation transformation and the impact of tsunami on urban areas using the coupling STOC-ML IC CADMAS in nested grids - Application to specific sites of Chile to improve the tsunami induced loads prediction C Mokrani P A Catalan R Cienfuegos T Arikawa 11 15 A.M. PO12A-04 Downscaling 2-way Nesting and Data Assimilative Modeling in Coastal and Shelf Waters of the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Bight and Gulf of Maine J Wilkin J Levin A Lopez H Arango 11 30 A.M. PO12A-05 Mississippi Waters Reaching South Florida Reefs Under No Flood Conditions Synthesis of Observing and Modeling System Findings M Le Henaff V Kourafalou 11 45 A.M. PO12A-06 High Resolution Forecasts in the Florida Straits Predicting the Modulations of the Florida Current and Connectivity Around South Florida and Cuba V Kourafalou H Kang N Perlin M Le Henaff J T Lamkin 12 00 P.M. PO12A-07 Energy Optimal Path Planning Integrating Coastal Ocean Modelling with Optimal Control D N Subramani P J Haley Jr P F J Lermusiaux Monday 10 30 A.M. PO12C Room 207 Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC II (joint with PC TP) Moderators James Girton Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington Glenn Carter University of Hawaii at Manoa 10 30 A.M. PO12C-01 Spatial Analysis of Abyssal Temperature Variations Observed From the ALOHA Cabled Observatory and WHOTS Moorings F Santiago-Mandujano R Lukas A J Plueddemann R A Weller R W Deppe N G Larson D J Murphy R Guenther 10 45 A.M. PO12C-02 Modification of Antarctic Origin Bottom Water in the Samoan Passage by Turbulent Mixing G S Carter M H Alford J B Girton G Voet J Mickett J M Klymak 11 00 A.M. PO12C-03 Deep near-inertial waves K Pearson G S Carter G Voet J B Girton M H Alford J Mickett 11 15 A.M. PO12C-04 Observed energy and momentum budget of a hydraulically controlled dense overflow in the Samoan Passage G Voet M H Alford J B Girton G S Carter J M Klymak J Mickett 11 30 A.M. PO12C-05 Flow Splitting in Numerical Simulations of Oceanic Dense-Water Outflows G M Marques L Padman Scientific Program 68 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING T zg kmen 11 45 A.M. PO12C-06 Overflow induced Turbulence in a Deep Ocean Channel S Tippenhauer T Kanzow M Dengler T Fischer 12 00 P.M. PO12C-07 Observations of a Diapycnal Shortcut to Adiabatic Upwelling of Antarctic Cirumpolar Deep Waters Y D Lenn J M Silvester 12 15 P.M. PO12C-08 Abyssal Circulation in the Panama Basin Driven by Geothermal Fluxes M A Morales Maqueda D Banyte D Smeed R W Hobbs A Megann 11 30 A.M. PO12D-05 Role of Gravity Waves in the Dissipation of Mesoscale Eddies M Chouksey N Brueggemann C Eden 11 45 A.M. PO12D-06 Energetics of Eddy-Mean Flow Interactions in the Gulf Stream Region D Kang E N Curchitser 12 00 P.M. PO12D-07 Mesoscale Atmosphere-Ocean Coupling Enhances the Transfer of Wind Energy into the Ocean D Byrne M Munnich I Frenger N Gruber 12 15 P.M. PO12D-08 Thermodynamic neutral density A new physically-based energy-constrained materially conserved neutral density variable for quantifying mixing and tracking water masses in the ocean R Tailleux Monday 10 30 A.M. PO12D Room 231-232 Oceanic Energy Pathways From the Global Circulation to the Submesoscale II (joint with TP) Moderators Malte Jansen University of Chicago Juan Saenz Los Alamos National Laboratory 10 30 A.M. PO12D-01 Rapid Energy Exchange Between Balanced Eddies and Near-Inertial Waves at Fronts L N Thomas 10 45 A.M. PO12D-02 The Energetics of Centrifugal Instability W K Dewar 11 00 A.M. PO12D-03 Topographically Induced Mixing Remote versus Local A Hogg Y Dossmann R W Griffiths M Rosevear G O Hughes M Copeland 11 15 A.M. PO12D-04 A Novel Approach to Unravelling Energy Pathways in the Ocean H Aluie M W Hecht G K Vallis Monday 10 30 A.M. PP12A Room 210 Subsurface and Subseasonal Productivity Mechanisms Magnitudes Variability and Key Species II (joint with B ME MM PC) Moderators Alan Kemp University of Southampton Bror Jonsson Princeton University 10 30 A.M. PP12A-01 Are Methods for Estimating Primary Production and the Growth Rates of Phytoplankton Approaching Agreement J J Cullen 10 45 A.M. PP12A-02 WITHDRAWN Differences Between GroundBased Satellite and Model-Derived Photosynthetically Available Radiation (PAR) and Impacts on Modeled Phytoplankton Biomass and Primary Production R W Gould Jr I Shulman D S Ko S Ladner B Penta J C Lehrter H Hebert 11 00 A.M. PP12A-03 How Winter Vertical Mixing Affects the Seasonal Surface Chlorophyll-a Signal in Oligotrophic Regions H Lavigne G Civitarese M Gacic M Levy F D Ortenzio 11 15 A.M. PP12A-04 Seasonal Variability in Phytoplankton Responses to Water Accommodated Petroleum Hydrocarbons in the Northern Gulf of Mexico L K Cole J W Krause K Thamatrakoln 11 30 A.M. PP12A-05 Problems with Predicting Size-Fractionated Productivity from Chlorophyll Biomass in Marine Ecosystem Models T L Richardson 11 45 A.M. PP12A-06 Modeling the Impact of Fine Temporal and Spatial Scale Processes on Large-scale Ecosystem Dynamics and Carbon Cycling N M Levine X Liu 12 00 P.M. PP12A-07 Phytoplankton traits over an annual cycle in the NW Mediterranean N Mayot F D Ortenzio J Uitz H Claustre 12 15 P.M. PP12A-08 Primary productivity (PP) in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre Understanding drivers of variability via 14C-tracer incubations and PP diagnosed via the diurnal cycle of particulate carbon A E White R M Letelier Monday P.M. Monday 2 00 P.M. AH13A Room 206 Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses III (joint with EC HI ME PC) Moderators Jessica Carilli University of Massachusetts Boston Weifu Guo Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Patrick Drupp University of Hawaii at Manoa 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 69 Scientific Program 2 00 P.M. AH13A-01 Net Ecosystem Calcification by a Coral Reef Community under Natural Acidification K Shamberger S J Lentz A L Cohen 2 15 P.M. AH13A-02 Forereef and backreef corals exhibit different responses to anthropogenic stressors in Belize S Fowell G L Foster K Castillo J B Ries T Tyrrell 2 30 P.M. AH13A-03 Net ecosystem calcification and net primary production in two Hawaii back-reef systems S Kiili S Colbert K Hart 2 45 P.M. AH13A-04 Changes in coral reef metabolism during the 2015 El Ni o in the eastern Pacific W R McGillis D Manzello T B Smith A Baker P Fong P Glynn J Smith Y Takeshita T R Martz D Hsueh C Langdon N Price J Mate 3 00 P.M. AH13A-05 Gal pagos coral reef persistence after ENSO warming across an acidification gradient D Manzello I Enochs A Bruckner P Renaud G Kolodziej D A Budd R Carlton P Glynn 3 15 P.M. AH13A-06 Climate-driven variations in thermal forcing across a nearshore reef system during a marine heat wave and its potential impact on coral calcification J Falter Z Zhang R Lowe T Foster M T McCulloch 3 30 P.M. AH13A-07 Spatial and Temporal Changes in Coral Community Responses to Ocean Warming H Barkley A L Cohen 3 45 P.M. AH13A-08 Calcification and Reef Building Lessons from Recent History and The Holocene D K Hubbard 3 30 P.M. B13A-07 Environmental and Microbial Features Affecting Denitrification and Anammox Hotspots in an Estuarine Ecosystem J Lisa B Song J S Lefcheck C R Tobias 3 45 P.M. B13A-08 Fertilization Results in a Dramatic Decrease in Diversity of Active Denitrifying Bacteria J L Bowen P Kearns Monday 2 00 P.M. EC13A Room 220-221 Nearshore Processes III (joint with PO) Moderators Soupy Dalyander USGS Coastal and Marine Science Center St. Petersburg Greg Wilson Dalhousie University 2 00 P.M. EC13A-01 Application of a Coupled Ocean Wave Sediment Transport Modeling System to Investigate Morphological Changes during Hurricane Sandy J C Warner J H List I Safak M Liste W C Schwab 2 15 P.M. EC13A-02 Observations of Morphodynamics During a Winter Storm at the Mouth of the Misa River J Calantoni A Sheremet M Brocchini M Postacchini 2 30 P.M. EC13A-03 Extreme Runup and Clifftop Boulder Transport During Super Typhoon Haiyan A B Kennedy 2 45 P.M. EC13A-04 Hydrodynamics and Sediment Transport Along and Across Shoreface-Connected Ridges Fire Island NY M Liste J C Warner J H List I Safak W C Schwab 3 00 P.M. EC13A-05 Nearshore Velocity Fluctuations at a Mega Scale Nourishment M A de Schipper A Reniers J MacMahan M Radermacher S de Vries 3 15 P.M. EC13A-06 Migrating Shoals on Ebb-tidal Deltas Results from Numerical Simulations M van der Vegt W Ridderinkhof H E De Swart P Hoekstra 3 30 P.M. EC13A-07 Predictions of Bedforms in Steady Tidal and Oscillatory Flows E L Gallagher 3 45 P.M. EC13A-08 FACTORS CONTROLLING THE MORPHODYNAMICS OF A TROPICAL COASTAL LAGOON C Enriquez I Marino-Tapia Monday 2 00 P.M. B13A Room 225-227 Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries III (joint with EC ME MM PO) Moderators Bradley Tolar Stanford University Andrew Babbin Massachusetts Institute of Technology Carolyn Buchwald Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Julian Damashek Stanford University 2 00 P.M. B13A-01 Anammox from head-water streams to ocean sediments - different strategies for different systems M Trimmer K Lansdown C M Heppell C B Whitby B McKew A Dumbrell A M Binley Monday 2 00 P.M. EC13B Room 222 The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf III (joint with ME MG PO TP) Moderators Daniel MacDonald University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Piero Mazzini Rutgers University 2 00 P.M. EC13B-01 Variations of Connecticut River Water Pathways and Its Water Age A Coupled Modeling Study Y Jia M M Whitney 2 15 P.M. EC13B-02 Lagrangian Observations of an Ebb Tidal Plume under Low Discharge Conditions Main Pass Mobile Bay AL S L Dykstra B Dzwonkowski G Lockridge S J O Brien J D Wiggert 2 30 P.M. EC13B-03 Double-diffusive sedimentation E H Meiburg P Burns 2 45 P.M. EC13B-04 Frontal Dynamics at the Mouth of the Columbia River C Akan J C McWilliams H T Ozkan-Haller S Moghimi 3 00 P.M. EC13B-05 The effect of discharge tides and wind on liftoff turbulence J Wang D G MacDonald P M Orton K L Cole F Yu Scientific Program 2 15 P.M. B13A-02 High-Precision Measurements of 15N15N 14N15N and 14N2 in N2 and Potential Applications to Oceanic Nitrogen Cycle Research S Li L Yeung E D Young N E Ostrom J A Haslun 2 30 P.M. B13A-03 Hydrodynamic and Environmental Controls on the Nitrogen Isotope Effect of Benthic N2 Production J Rooze C D Meile 2 45 P.M. B13A-04 Reactive transport modeling of nitrogen in Seine River sediments Z Akbarzadeh A Laverman M Raimonet F Rezanezhad P Van Cappellen 3 00 P.M. B13A-05 WITHDRAWN The Influence of Changes in Carbon and Nitrate Supply on Nitrogen Cycling in Marine Sediments C K Algar 3 15 P.M. B13A-06 Microbial Ecological Niche Partitioning Affects N2 gas Production in the Largest Marine Oxygen Minimum Zone C A Fuchsman J L Penn A Devol H I Palevsky C A Deutsch R Keil B B Ward G Rocap 70 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 15 P.M. EC13B-06 Mixing Estimates of a Surface Trapped Coastal Current P Mazzini R J Chant J Wilkin N Nidzieko M E Scully 3 30 P.M. EC13B-07 The relevance of frontal mixing to the evolution of an energetic tidal river plume J T Jurisa J D Nash 3 45 P.M. EC13B-08 Laterally Divergent Supercritical Flow Causes Intense Mixing W R Geyer D K Ralston 2 45 P.M. HE13A-04 Competing Effects of Elevated Vertical Mixing and Freshwater Input on the Stratification and Sea Ice Cover in a Changing Arctic Ocean P Davis C Lique H L Johnson J Guthrie 3 00 P.M. HE13A-05 Consequences of Future Increased Arctic Runoff on Arctic Ocean Stratification Circulation and Sea Ice Cover A Nummelin M Ilicak C Li L H Smedsrud 3 15 P.M. HE13A-06 Assimilation of Cryosat 2 Arctic Sea-Ice Freeboard in an Ensemble of Coupled GEOS5 G Vernieres B Zhao R I Cullather S Akella Y V Vikhliaev N T Kurtz R Kovach 3 30 P.M. HE13A-07 Reproducing Sea-Ice Deformation Distributions With Viscous-Plastic Sea-Ice Models A Bouchat B Tremblay 3 45 P.M. HE13A-08 Seasonal Forecasts of Ice Extent for the Arctic and Baltic Sea using GloSea5 A Peterson A B Keen E W Blockley C MacLachlan A A Scaife A Karpechko Monday 2 00 P.M. ED13A Room RO5 ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students III Moderators Benjamin Cuker Hampton University Deidre Gibson Hampton University 2 00 P.M. ED13A-01 Effects of Tidally Driven Variation on the Response of Coralline Algae to Ocean Acidification J M Ets-Hokin E Fachon E M Donham N Price 2 15 P.M. ED13A-02 An In situ Study of Seasonal Dissolved Organic Carbon and Nutrient Fluxes from a Spartina alterniflora Salt Marsh in North Carolina D J Detweiler A N Loh 2 30 P.M. ED13A-03 Halophila stipulacea survival under adverse conditions. C R Morton Jr A G Primack S Wyllie-Echeverria 2 45 P.M. ED13A-04 The Effect of Various Species of Macroalgae on the Growth Survival and Toxicity of Karenia brevis K G Gardner V J Lovko M S Henry 3 00 P.M. ED13A-05 Effect of Ocean Acidification on the Food Quality of the Coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi J E Maine M M White W M Balch L M Milke 3 15 P.M. ED13A-06 IDENTIFICATION OF THE CAUSAL AGENT OF SHRIMP BLACK GILL IN THE COASTAL SOUTHEAST USA M A Bassette R Verdiyev A R Price T L Walters S C Landers A N Walker P J Geer M E Frischer 3 30 P.M. ED13A-07 Tidal Energy Dissipation over long Geological Time Scales H Daher A Adcroft J K Ansong B K Arbic J Austermann J X Mitrovica A C Maloof 3 45 P.M. ED13A-08 Population Structure of the Coral-eating Fireworm Hermodice carunculata in the Wider Caribbean Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea M Cruz Monday 2 00 P.M. IS13A Room RO4 Advancing Discovery Observation and Process Studies throughout the Ocean with Robotic Technologies I Moderators James Kinsey Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Carl Kaiser Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Yanwu Zhang Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute 2 00 P.M. IS13A-01 Simultaneous application of multiple platforms (Glider Scanfish profiling mooring CTD) to improve detection and quantification of temporal ocean dynamics D Meyer R D Prien U Lips M Naumann T Liblik D E Schulz-Bull 2 15 P.M. IS13A-02 A Strategy to employ coordinated autonomous Platforms for addressing long-term biochemical observing Tasks H C Waldmann S Montenegro 2 30 P.M. IS13A-03 Towards a Mobile Ecogenomic sensor the Third Generation Environmental Sample Processor (3G-ESP) J M Birch D Pargett S Jensen B Roman C M Preston W Ussler K Yamahara R Marin III B Hobson Y Zhang J P Ryan C A Scholin 2 45 P.M. IS13A-04 Zooglider - an Autonomous Vehicle for Optical and Acoustic Sensing of Marine Zooplankton M D Ohman R E Davis J T Sherman K Grindley B M Whitmore 3 00 P.M. IS13A-05 Cross-shore and Vertical Distributions of Invertebrate Larvae Using Autonomous Sampling Coupled with Genetic Analysis A Govindarajan J Pineda M Purcell K Tradd G Packard A Girard M Dennett J A Breier Jr 3 15 P.M. IS13A-06 Operating a High Volume Plankton Sampler from a Deep Water Autonomous Underwater Vehicle C L Kaiser A Billings C Young L Hiebert C L Van Dover 3 30 P.M. IS13A-07 The Ice Ocean Sentinel System (IOSS) Working towards Ice and Ocean Observation Technologies for Remote and Harsh Environments R Bachmayer B DeYoung 3 45 P.M. IS13A-08 Expanding Alaska s Remote Ocean Observing Capabilities Using Robotic Gliders and Remote Sensing Technologies C Janzen M McCammon P Winsor D J Murphy J T Mathis M Baumgartner K Stafford H Statscewich W Evans R A Potter Monday 2 00 P.M. HE13A Room 217-219 Dynamics of the Arctic Ocean and Sea Ice System in a Changing Climate II (joint with A PO) Moderators Mary-Louise Timmermans Yale University Richard Allard John C. Stennis Space Center 2 00 P.M. HE13A-01 Dynamics of the Arctic Pacific Water A J G Nurser Y Aksenov M J Karcher A Y Proshutinsky R Gerdes S Bacon A Coward E Golubeva F Kauker A T Nguyen G Platov M Wadley E Watanabe 2 15 P.M. HE13A-02 Transient halocline and freshwater dynamics of the Arctic s Beaufort Gyre G E Manucharyan M A Spall 2 30 P.M. HE13A-03 What Drives the Variability of the Atlantic Water Circulation in the Arctic Ocean C Lique H L Johnson 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 71 Scientific Program Monday 2 00 P.M. ME13A Room RO2 Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems III (joint with ED HI P) Moderators Andrew Pershing Gulf of Maine Research Institute Barbara Muhling Princeton University 2 00 P.M. ME13A-01 Predicting Human Mobility Patterns in Marine Ecosystems Entropy and Home Range Calculations Based on HighResolution Fishing Vessel Tracking Data S A Murawski 2 15 P.M. ME13A-02 Spatial and temporal dynamics of commercial reef-fish fisheries on the West Florida Shelf Understanding drivers of fleet behavior and the implications for future management M Cockrell S A Murawski J N Sanchirico S O Farrell A Strelcheck 2 30 P.M. ME13A-03 A Driver Pressure State Impact Response (DPSIR) framework applied to an interdisciplinary coastal zone management workshop along the eastern Gulf of Thailand E Hines C Baldwin C Jones R L Lewison S Lieske M Rudd 2 45 P.M. ME13A-04 Potential Impact of North Atlantic Climate Variability on Ocean Biogeochemical Processes Y Liu B Muhling S K Lee F E Muller-Karger D B Enfield J T Lamkin M A Roffer 3 00 P.M. ME13A-05 Combining urbanization and hydrodynamics data to evaluate sea level rise impacts on coastal water resources C R Young J B Martin 3 15 P.M. ME13A-06 Are Seagrass effective Sentinels of Ecosystem Health in Port Phillip Bay Australia R S Lee P L M Cook G Jenkins S Nayar A Hirst M J Keough T Smith A Ferguson J Gay A R Longmore P Macreadie C Sherman J Ross P York 3 30 P.M. ME13A-07 Can agent based models effectively reduce fisheries management implementation uncertainty M Drexler 3 45 P.M. ME13A-08 Can functional equivalency between seagrasses and other coastal habitats offset loss of ecosystem health with reduced seagrass abundance J Cebrian A Anton B Christiaen R Gamble J Stutes Monday 2 00 P.M. MG13A Room 231-232 Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales I (joint with EC PO TP) Moderators Courtney Harris Virginia Inst Marin Science Lawrence Sanford University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Appalachian Laboratory John Walsh East Carolina University Paul Hill Dalhousie University 2 00 P.M. MG13A-01 Response of Suspended-Sediment Fluxes to Storms in a Back-Barrier Estuary Chincoteague Bay MD VA USA D J Nowacki A Beudin N K Ganju 2 15 P.M. MG13A-02 Variability of Particle Distribution Using Optical Measurements within the Columbia River Estuary J Tao P S Hill E Boss T G Milligan 2 30 P.M. MG13A-03 Controls on suspended particle properties and water clarity along a partially-mixed estuary York River Virginia USA K Fall C T Friedrichs G M Cartwright D G Bowers 2 45 P.M. MG13A-04 Field Observations of Cohesive Sediment Flocculation in a Partially Stratified Estuary I B Huang A J Manning S G Monismith Scientific Program 72 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 00 P.M. MG13A-05 Hydrodynamic Controls on Muddy Sedimentary Fabric Development on Low-Gradient Shelves Atchafalaya Chenier Plain Subaqueous Delta K Denommee S J Bentley D Harazim J Macquaker 3 15 P.M. MG13A-06 Processes affecting suspended sediment transport in the mid-field plume region of the Rhine River Netherlands R P Flores S Rijnsburger A Horner-Devine A J Souza J Pietrzak 3 30 P.M. MG13A-07 Shelf mud depocenters and storm-driven bottom transport controlling their formation T J J Hanebuth W Zhang F J Oberle Y Cui A I Santos 3 45 P.M. MG13A-08 A Synoptic Overview of Turbidity Distribution in Bohai and Yellow SeasChina J Xu Z Wang C Wang X WU H Wang 2 00 P.M. PC13A-01 The Seasonal Cycle of Carbon in the Southern Pacific Ocean Observed from Biogeochemical Profiling Floats J L Sarmiento A R Gray K S Johnson B Carter S Riser L D Talley N L Williams 2 15 P.M. PC13A-02 Contrasting views of the annual carbon cycle observed with SOCCOM profiling floats in the Pacific and the Atlantic sectors of the Southern Ocean A glimpse of future views provided by global observing systems K S Johnson 2 30 P.M. PC13A-03 Empirical Algorithms to Predict pH and Aragonite Saturation State on SOCCOM Biogeochemical Argo Floats in the Pacific Sector of the Southern Ocean N L Williams L W Juranek R A Feely K S Johnson J L Russell 2 45 P.M. PC13A-04 Observing System Simulation Experiments in the Southern Ocean for the SOCCOM Project A C Haza I V Kamenkovich A R Gray C Dufour 3 00 P.M. PC13A-05 Estimating the Southern Ocean Air-Sea Carbon Exchanges M R Mazloff A Verdy B D Cornuelle 3 15 P.M. PC13A-06 Mediation of air-sea CO2 fluxes by mesoscale eddies in the Southern Ocean H Song J Marshall U Hausmann 3 30 P.M. PC13A-07 Estimate chlorophyll a and POC concentrations in the Southern Ocean N Ha ntjens E Boss L D Talley 3 45 P.M. PC13A-08 Southern Ocean drivers of Equatorial Pacific O2 changes over the 21st century in a large ensemble suite with GFDL s ESM2M earth system model K B Rodgers Y R Yi T L Froelicher J P Dunne H M Zanowski Monday 2 00 P.M. OD13A Room RO1 Toward a Subsurface Ocean Climate Record and Applications that Improve Understanding of Climate Variability and Change I (joint with A IS PC PO) Moderators Matthew Palmer Met Office Toru Suzuki Marine Information Research Center Tim Boyer National Oceanographic Data Center 2 00 P.M. OD13A-01 Ocean heat content and ocean energy budget make better use of historical global subsurface temperature dataset L Cheng J Zhu 2 15 P.M. OD13A-02 Ocean Heat Content Structure Revealed by Un-Supervised Classification of Hydrographic Profiles G Maze H Mercier R Fablet P Lenca M Lopez Radcenco P Tandeo C Le Goff C Feucher 2 30 P.M. OD13A-03 Producing a Climate-Quality Database of Global Upper Ocean Profile Temperatures - The IQuOD (International Quality-controlled Ocean Database) Project J Sprintall R Cowley M D Palmer C M Domingues T Suzuki M Ishii T Boyer G J Goni V V Gouretski A M Macdonald A Thresher S A Good S C Diggs 2 45 P.M. OD13A-04 Regional Assessment of Sea Level Variability from the ORA-IP multi-reanalyses ensemble study F Hernandez A Storto 3 00 P.M. OD13A-05 ICOADS Lessons Learned and Oceanographic Data Linkages S J Worley E Freeman W Angel P Brohan L Dumenil-Gates E C Kent S R Smith S D Woodruff 3 15 P.M. OD13A-06 CORA 4.2 A Delayed Mode Validated Temperature and Salinity Dataset Available for Copernicus Marine Service Reanalysis S Tanguy J Gourrion G P Reverdin 3 30 P.M. OD13A-07 XBT Fall-rate study in the Southern Ocean N Ribeiro M M Mata J L Azevedo 3 45 P.M. OD13A-08 CCHDO Data Management for US and International GO-SHIP and Related Programs S C Diggs Monday 2 00 P.M. PO13A Room 210 Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling Observations and Prediction II (joint with A EC ME OD) Moderators Vassiliki Kourafalou University of Miami Pierre De Mey CNRS Alexander Kurapov Oregon State University 2 00 P.M. PO13A-01 Towards the Olympic Games Guanabara Bay Forecasting System and its Application on the Floating Debris Cleaning Actions F A dos Santos L Marques Da Cruz M M Cabral T C Miranda H F Gar o A L S C Oliveira F P Pimentel G V Carvalho F Soares P M S o Tiago R B Barmak F Rinaldi M Da Rocha Fragoso J C Pellegrini 2 15 P.M. PO13A-02 Impact of climate change on storm surge for future Typhoon Haiyan-like storms with robust bottom friction parametrization M Kjerland N Mori 2 30 P.M. PO13A-03 Towards Predicting Street-Level Inundation using Operational Forecast Modeling Techniques during 2011 Hurricane Irene in Hampton Roads VA D Loftis J D Loftis W A Stiles 2 45 P.M. PO13A-04 Improvements of German Bight Coastal Ocean Predictions Integration of Models and Observations J Staneva K Wahle W Koch E Stanev 3 00 P.M. PO13A-05 Modeling High Resolution Nearshore Flow Patterns Along the Eastern Coast of Maine L Conlon H Xue P Yund 3 15 P.M. PO13A-06 The implementation of a 4-dimensional variational data assimilation approach for regional interdisciplinary ocean modeling C A Edwards H Song J P Mattern J Fiechter A M Moore Monday 2 00 P.M. PC13A Room 211-213 Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling III (joint with B OD PO) Moderators Joellen Russell University of Arizona Irina Marinov University of Pennsylvania 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 73 Scientific Program 3 30 P.M. PO13A-07 A 4D Variational Reanalysis of the Bering Sea Circulation in 2007-2010 M Yaremchuk G Panteleev O P Francis P J Stabeno T Weingartner J Zhang 3 45 P.M. PO13A-08 Constraining a Coastal Ocean Model by Surface Observations Using an Ensemble Kalman Filter P J De Mey N K Ayoub 2 45 P.M. PO13C-04 Intense Submesoscale Upwelling in Anticyclonic Mesoscale Eddies L Brannigan D P Marshall A Naveira Garabato A J G Nurser J Kaiser 3 00 P.M. PO13C-05 Retrieving Mesoscale Vertical Velocities along the Antarctic Circumpolar Current from a Combination of Satellite and In Situ Observations B Buongiorno Nardelli D Iudicone Y Cotroneo E Zambianchi 3 15 P.M. PO13C-06 Quasi-Geostrophic Diagnosis of Mixed-Layer Dynamics Embedded in a Mesoscale Turbulent Field C P Chavanne P Klein 3 30 P.M. PO13C-07 Contribution of inertia in mesoscale eddies when deriving ocean currents from sea surface height P Penven I Halo L Mari S Pous 3 45 P.M. PO13C-08 The Role of Sub-mesoscale Processes in the Vorticity Balance Derived by HFDR A C Castillo-Trujillo P J Flament Monday 2 00 P.M. PO13B Room 207 Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC III (joint with PC TP) Moderators Ali Mashayek Massachusetts Institute of Technology James Girton Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington 2 00 P.M. PO13B-01 The Efficiency of Deep and Abyssal Ocean Turbulent Mixing C C P Caulfield R M Ferrari A Mashayek M Nikurashin W R Peltier 2 15 P.M. PO13B-02 A Comparison Between Internal Waves Observed in the Southern Ocean and Lee Wave Generation Theory M Nikurashin J Benthuysen A Naveira Garabato K L Polzin 2 30 P.M. PO13B-03 Evidence for Seafloor-Intensified Mixing by Surface-Generated Equatorial Waves R Holmes J N Moum L N Thomas 2 45 P.M. PO13B-04 Is it Always True that the Mixing Efficiency Decreases for Large ( 400) Values of the Buoyancy Reynolds Number A D Scotti B L White 3 00 P.M. PO13B-05 Inertial Gravity Waves in Eddying Flows J S von Storch 3 15 P.M. PO13B-06 Observations of near-inertial kinetic energy inside mesoscale eddies B I Garcia Gomez E Pallas Sanz J Candela 3 30 P.M. PO13B-07 A multi-parameter parameterization of ocean diapycnal mixing efficiency global estimates inferred from Argofloat based profiles H Salehipour W R Peltier C Whalen J A MacKinnon 3 45 P.M. PO13B-08 Impact of a mean current on internal tide energy dissipation at the critical latitude O Richet C J Muller J M Chomaz Monday 2 00 P.M. PO13D Room 215-216 Observing and Modeling the Meridional Overturning Circulation in the South Atlantic Causes of Variability and Impacts on Climate Weather and Ecosystems I (joint with A HE ME PC) Moderators Maria Paz Chidichimo Argentine Scientific and Technological Research Council Hydrographic Service Universidad de Buenos Aires Regina Rodrigues UFSC Federal University of Santa Catarina Renellys Perez UM CIMAS Rebecca Hummels GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 2 00 P.M. PO13D-01 Recent Daily MOC Variability Estimates at 34.5 S from in situ Observations and Comparisons with Estimates at 26.5 N S Speich C S Meinen E J Campos A R Piola S L Garzoli M J Roberts I J Ansorge R C Perez S Dong T Terre M Van den Berg 2 15 P.M. PO13D-02 Deep Western Boundary Current Variability at 34.5 S During 2009-2015 C S Meinen S L Garzoli E J Campos A R Piola M P Chidichimo R C Perez S Dong O T Sato 2 30 P.M. PO13D-03 Interannual to Decadal Variability of Meridional Transports Across the SAMOC Basin Wide Array (SAMBA) in Simulations with an Eddy-resolving Global Ocean Model E J Campos T Ambrizzi 2 45 P.M. PO13D-04 Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation covaries with Agulhas leakage A Biastoch J V Durgadoo A K Morrison E van Sebille W Weijer S M Griffies 3 00 P.M. PO13D-05 Intraseasonal to Interannual Variability of the Brazil Current Transport Measured at 34.5 S - Baroclinic and Barotropic Contributions M P Chidichimo A R Piola C S Meinen E J Campos S L Garzoli S Speich R C Perez S Dong R P Matano V Combes 3 15 P.M. PO13D-06 On the Suitability of North Brazil Current Transport Estimates for Monitoring Basin-Scale AMOC Changes S Ruhs K Getzlaff J V Durgadoo A Biastoch C W Boning 3 30 P.M. PO13D-07 Tracking AAIW Properties Transformations and Paths in the South Atlantic from Argo Floats Data and a Global Ocean Model B Blanke 3 45 P.M. PO13D-08 Estimating the Southern Ocean Overturning Circulation in Thermohaline Coordinates D G Evans J D Zika A Naveira Garabato A J G Nurser Scientific Program Monday 2 00 P.M. PO13C Room 208-209 Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation II Moderators Shane Keating University of New South Wales Eric Chassignet The Florida State University John Taylor University of Cambridge 2 00 P.M. PO13C-01 Use of Airborne Infrared Remote Sensing to Characterize Submesoscale Eddies G B Smith G O Marmorino W D Miller R P North I M Angel Benavides B Baschek 2 15 P.M. PO13C-02 Sea surface height relations from mesoscale to submesoscale G A Jacobs 2 30 P.M. PO13C-03 Estimations of Vertical Velocities Using the Omega Equation in Different Flow Regimes in Preparation for the High Resolution Observations of the SWOT Altimetry Mission A Pietri X Capet F d Ovidio J Le Sommer J M Molines A M Doglioli 74 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Monday 2 00 P.M. PO13E Room 228-230 Ocean Circulation and Biogeochemistry in a Water Mass Framework I (joint with B) Moderators Daniele Iudicone Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn Keith Rodgers Princeton University Dafydd Evans University of Southampton Jan Zika University of Southampton 2 00 P.M. PO13E-01 Decadal variability of Subtropical Mode Water subduction and its impact on biogeochemistry E Oka Q Bo Y Takatani K Enyo D Sasano N Kosugi M Ishii T Nakano T Suga 2 15 P.M. PO13E-02 A Better MOC Index AMOC- S in the North Atlantic Ocean Spatial Circulation Water-mass Transformation and Heat Transport on the Temperature Salinity Plane P B Rhines X Xu E Chassignet W J Schmitz Jr 2 30 P.M. PO13E-03 Time of Emergence of Ocean Interior Acidification and De-oxygenation in a Water Mass Framework M Coronado I Frenger T L Froelicher K B Rodgers S Schlunegger D Sasano M Ishii 2 45 P.M. PO13E-04 Why Do Water Masses Successfully Describe a Spatially-Complex Process-Rich Ocean G Gebbie 3 00 P.M. PO13E-05 How do Biogeochemical Tracers Leave the Surface Mixed Layer Anthropogenic Carbon Subduction and Ocean De-oxygenation L Bopp D Couespel L Resplandy M Levy 3 15 P.M. PO13E-06 Circulation and mixing in the subpolar North Atlantic diagnosed from climatology using a Regional Thermohaline Inverse Method (RTHIM) N S Mackay C Wilson J D Zika 3 30 P.M. PO13E-07 A Multi-Basin Residual-Mean Model for the Global Overturning Circulation A F Thompson A Stewart T Bischoff 3 45 P.M. PO13E-08 The spatiotemporal structure of diabatic processes governing the evolution of Subantarctic Mode Water in the Southern Ocean I Cerovecki M R Mazloff 3 00 P.M. PO13F-05 Assessing Oil Spill Impacts to Cold-Water Corals of the Deep Gulf of Mexico D M DeLeo S D Lengyel E E Cordes 3 15 P.M. PO13F-06 How was the deep scattering layers (DSLs) influenced by the Deepwater Horizon Spill --- Evidences from 10-year NTL oil gas ADCP backscattering data collected at the spill site Z Wang S F DiMarco S A Socolofsky 3 30 P.M. PO13F-07 Conserving archaeological sites as biological and historical resources in the Gulf of Mexico the effects of crude oil and dispersant on the biodiversity and corrosion potential of shipwreck bacterial biofilms J L Salerno B Little J Lee R Ray L J Hamdan 3 45 P.M. PO13F-08 Behavior of gas seep bubbles below the hydrate stability zone B Wang I Jun K Hutschenreuter S A Socolofsky J D Kessler A Lavery J A Breier Jr J Seewald Monday 2 00 P.M. T002 Room RO3 An Open Source Proteomics and Metabolomics Visualization and Development Tool for Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Experiments (joint with CT ME) Monday 2 30 P.M. T007 Room RO3 Noninvasive Monitoring at the Benthic Interface The Aquatic Eddy Covariance Technique (joint with B EC IS ME) Monday 3 00 P.M. T015 Room RO3 Which Way Is Up Adaptive Microbial Responses that Buck Human Expectations and Implications for Transcriptomic Data Set Analysis (joint with ME MM O) Monday 3 30 P.M. T016 Room RO3 Why Does It Matter that the Ocean Isn t Blue Regional Impacts on Circulation and Ecosystems (joint with A CT PO PP) Monday 2 00 P.M. PO13F Room 203-205 Physics Chemistry and Variability of the Deep Gulf of Mexico I (joint with B CT OD) Moderators Piers Chapman Texas A&M University Steven DiMarco Texas A & M University College Station Erik Cordes Temple University Amanda Demopoulos U.S.G.S. 2 00 P.M. PO13F-01 Residence times and exchange pathways of surface waters in the southern Gulf of Mexico derived from drifters P Perez-Brunius J Rodriguez Outerelo S Z Herzka 2 15 P.M. PO13F-02 Structure and Variability of the Loop Current along the Yucatan Slope and Shelf Break J Sheinbaum G Athie J Candela J L Ochoa A Romero 2 30 P.M. PO13F-03 Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment Next Steps for Restoration Planning B A Croll 2 45 P.M. PO13F-04 The Use of Marine Protected Areas as a Restoration Strategy for Mesophotic and Deepwater Coral Injury in the Gulf of Mexico G P Schmahl A14A Poster Hall Computational Oceanography New Knowledge Capabilities and Challenges Posters (joint with TE) Moderators Wilbert Weijer Los Alamos National Laboratory Paul Elmore John C. Stennis Space Center Mark Petersen Los Alamos National Laboratory Omer Khan University of Connecticut 4 00 P.M. A14A-2520 POSTER Polynomial Chaos Based Acoustic Uncertainty Predictions from Ocean Forecast Ensembles S Dennis 4 00 P.M. A14A-2521 POSTER Environmental Acoustic Feature Vectors for Identification of Similar Ocean Acoustic Environments J P Fabre R Keiffer 4 00 P.M. A14A-2522 POSTER Delft3D Sensitivity and Uncertainty Snalysis for Hurricane Simulations in the North Atlantic L A Bastidas J Knighton S W Kline J Pistininzi 4 00 P.M. A14A-2523 POSTER Overflow Simulations using MPAS-Ocean in Idealized and Realistic Domains S Reckinger M R Petersen S J Reckinger 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 75 Scientific Program Monday 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. A14A-2524 POSTER Ocean-Ice Shelf Interactions in the Accelerated Climate Model for Energy (ACME) M R Petersen X Asay-Davis T D Ringler D Jacobsen S F Price J G Fyke 4 00 P.M. A14A-2525 POSTER A Conservative High-Order Characteristic Discontinuous Galerkin Advection Scheme for MPASOcean D R Lee M R Petersen R Lowrie T D Ringler W H Lipscomb 4 00 P.M. A14A-2526 POSTER Comparison of different tracer advection schemes and estimation of their numerical mixing properties T S Kalra J C Warner W R Geyer D K Ralston 4 00 P.M. A14A-2527 POSTER A New Family of Compact High Order Coupled Time-Space Unconditionally Stable Vertical Advection Schemes F Lemari L Debreu 4 00 P.M. A14A-2528 POSTER A positive-definite down-gradient implementation of neutral diffusion A Adcroft R Hallberg S M Griffies 4 00 P.M. A14A-2529 POSTER Alternate Function Bases for Global Scale Spectral General Circulation Models N Paldor 4 00 P.M. A14A-2530 POSTER Mesoscale Ocean Large Eddy Simulations Using High-resolution Ocean Models B Pearson B Fox-Kemper S Bachman F Bryan D A Bailey 4 00 P.M. A14A-2531 POSTER Immersed Boundary Conditions in a General Circulation Model N Wienders W K Dewar 4 00 P.M. A14A-2532 POSTER Super parameterization of ocean dynamics for tracer transport models C Bricaud J Le Sommer G Madec C Calone J Chanut C Ethe C Perruche 4 00 P.M. A14A-2533 POSTER Design and analysis of a global sub-mesoscale and tidal dynamics admitting virtual ocean D Menemenlis C N Hill 4 00 P.M. A14A-2534 POSTER Evaluation of the Accuracy of an Offline Seasonally-Varying Matrix Transport Model for Simulating Ideal Age A M Bardin F Primeau K T Lindsay 4 00 P.M. A14A-2535 POSTER Application of a Newton-Krylov Solver to Spin-up Biogeochemical Tracers K T Lindsay Monday 4 00 P.M. A14B Poster Hall Impact of the Ocean on Forecasting the Earth System from Weather to Climate Scales Posters (joint with PO) Moderators Eric Chassignet Florida State University James Richman Florida State University Stephen Griffies Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Ben Kirtman University of Miami 4 00 P.M. A14B-2536 POSTER The Impact of Sea Surface Temperature on Organized Convective Storms Crossing over Coastlines K Lombardo 4 00 P.M. A14B-2537 POSTER Atlantic forcing of Pacific decadal variability R Farneti F Ikram F Kucharski F Molteni I S Kang H H No M P King G Giuliani K Mogensen 4 00 P.M. A14B-2538 POSTER Ocean Predictions with ACCESS-S X Zhou O Alves H Hendon 4 00 P.M. A14B-2539 POSTER Impact of modifying the wind stress to include high resolution sea surface temperature and ocean currents J F Shriver J G Richman E Douglass D S Franklin E J Metzger Scientific Program 76 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. A14B-2540 POSTER Impacts of Oceanic Eddy Resolution on the Wind-Driven and Nonlinear Spectral Sources of Kinetic Energy at Low Frequencies A O Rourke B K Arbic S M Griffies 4 00 P.M. A14B-2541 POSTER Large-scale Oceanic Variability associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation during DYNAMO Predicted by a Global Coupled Model T Shinoda J A Ridout M K Flatau C A Reynolds T Jensen 4 00 P.M. A14B-2542 POSTER The Impact of Horizontal Sea Surface Temperature Gradients on Long Island Sound Sea Breezes E Sinsky K Lombardo J B Edson M M Whitney 4 00 P.M. A14B-2543 POSTER Sensitivity of ocean-atmosphere multiscale coupled model to oceanic parameterizations S G Masson S Berthet G Samson J Cr tat F Colas V Echevin S Jullien C Hourdin 4 00 P.M. A14B-2544 POSTER Assessing Australian Rainfall Projections in Two Model Resolutions A Taschetto R D Haarsma A Sen Gupta 4 00 P.M. A14B-2545 POSTER Solar forcing synchronizes decadal North Atlantic climate variability N E Omrani R T Thi blemont K B Matthes K Kodera F Hansen 4 00 P.M. A14B-2546 POSTER Ensemble-based Experimental Atmospheric Reanalysis using a Global Coupled Atmosphere Ocean GCM N Komori T Enomoto T Miyoshi A Yamazaki A Kuwano-Yoshida B Taguchi 4 00 P.M. A14B-2547 POSTER Monsoon Variability in the Arabian Sea from Enhanced and Standard Horizontal Resolution Coupled Climate Models J McClean C Veneziani M E Maltrud M Taylor D C Bader M L Branstetter K J Evans S Mahajan 4 00 P.M. A14B-2548 POSTER Ocean eddy-driven climate variability B P Kirtman 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0006 POSTER WITHDRAWN Systemic to Microscale Response of Orbicella faveolata to Future Ocean CO2 Conditions A Dungan E R Hall P L Blackwelder N D Fogarty 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0007 POSTER Ocean acidification effects on calcification in Caribbean scleractinian coral exposed to elevated pCO2 a potential for acclimation C Hankins 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0008 POSTER INGESTION OF MICROPLASTICS AND THEIR IMPACT ON CALCIFICATION IN REEF-BUILDING CORALS C P Zink R T Smith 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0009 POSTER Seasonal and high-frequency measurements of pH oxygen and aragonite saturation state in a coral reef Cabo Pulmo Mexico O Norzagaray J M Martin Hernandez-Ayon L E Calderon Aguilera H Reyes-Bonilla R Castro A Trasvi a 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0010 POSTER Spatial and Seasonal Calcification in Corals and Calcareous Crusts in a Naturally Warm Coral Reef Region A Roik C Roder T Roethig C R Voolstra 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0011 POSTER A Spatial Analysis of Calcium Carbonate Accretion Rates on South Pacific Reefs T Bartlett P Misa B Vargas-Angel 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0012 POSTER Kinetics of Inorganic Calcite Dissolution in Seawater under Pressure S Dong A Subhas N Rollins W Berelson J F Adkins 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0013 POSTER Dissolution Rates of Biogenic Carbonate Sediments from the Bermuda Platform A J Finlay A J Andersson 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0014 POSTER Century-long acidification reveals possible consequences of coral reef sediment dissolution A Fink C Hassenrueck K Guilini A Lichtschlag S Borisov K Fabricius D de Beer 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0015 POSTER WITHDRAWN Bryozoan biomineralization in the Future Ocean C Lombardi S Cocito A Villa Sr B Vergani P D Taylor Sr 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0016 POSTER STRUCTURE AND NOVEL BIOMINERALIZATION OF MNEMIOPSIS LEIDYI AND BEROE OVATA LITHOCYTE CONCRETIONS (LCS) AS REVEALED BY POLARIZATION (LC-POL) SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY (SEM) AND ELECTRON DISPERSION SPECTROSCOPY (EDS) A Moss 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0017 POSTER Exploring relationships of calcification rate with respiration rate and predator cue presence in juvenile Crassostrea virginica M McCutcheon X Hu 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0018 POSTER Metabolic Energy Demand Is Not Increased during Initial Shell Formation of Bivalves Exposed to Aragonite Undersaturation F Pan C Frieder S Applebaum D T Manahan 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0019 POSTER Impacts of Low Salinity on Growth and Calcification in Baltic Sea Mytilus edulis x trossulus T Sanders F Melzner 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0020 POSTER Increased Relative Calcification Shell Dissolution and Maintained Larval Growth in Mussel (Mytilus edulis) Larvae Exposed to Acidified Under-Saturated Seawater A Ventura S T Dupont S Schulz 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0021 POSTER Transcriptomics Provide Insight Into Mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) Mantle Function And Its Role In Biomineralization N Zaghdoudi-Allan T Yarra A Churcher R C Felix J Cardoso M Clark D M Power Monday 4 00 P.M. AH14A Poster Hall Coral Reef Calcification in a Changing Ocean From Microscale Mechanisms to Macroscale Responses IV Posters (joint with EC HI ME PC) Moderators Jessica Carilli University of Massachusetts Boston Weifu Guo Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0001 POSTER WITHDRAWN Mechanisms of calcification and its relation to photosynthesis and respiration in the coral Seriatopora hystrix at a volcanic carbon dioxide seep (Invited) J Strahl K Fabricius D de Beer 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0002 POSTER Dynamics of pH O2 and Ca2 at the seawater-surface interface of a tropical coralline alga and evidence of a proton pump L C Hofmann M Koch D de Beer 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0003 POSTER Regulation of internal pH by the coldwater coral Desmophyllum dianthus (Invited) M Wall G M Schmidt C Richter D de Beer 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0004 POSTER Towards predicting coral calcification responses to ocean acidification A combined modeling and experimental approach N R Mollica W Guo A L Cohen G L Foster H Barkley 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0005 POSTER The Effects of Temperature and CO2-induced Acidification on Skeletal Morphology of the Tropical Reef-building Coral Siderastrea siderea K Cobleigh 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 77 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0022 POSTER Crystallization by Particle Attachment New Paradigm for Predicting Influences of Environmental Change on Calcification Processes P M Dove J J De Yoreo 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0023 POSTER Zinc and Sulfur Distributions and Bonding Environments in Scleractinian Corals G Farfan A Apprill S Webb C M Hansel 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0024 POSTER Geochemical Response of Pocillopora Damicornis Coral to Changes in Temperature Salinity and Oxygen Isotopic Composition of Modern Seawater A Novak J Mitchell R Iglesias-Prieto Sr R I Gabitov C Saenger 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0025 POSTER Geochemical response of aragonite on pressure and oxygen depletion in seawater an experimental study R I Gabitov J M Weremeichik C Borrelli J L Mitchell B Garner J B Thomas B Hartenbower C Hoff E B Watson D Trail J Singer K L Rogers T French H Toghiani 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0026 POSTER Effect of pH on the precipitation of synthetic CaCO3 polymorphs and determination of Mg Ca ratios in synthetic low-magnesium calcite An experimental investigation R I Gabitov J M Weremeichik A Novak A Sadekov R V K G Thirumalai 4 00 P.M. AH14A-0027 POSTER Inorganic Precipitation of Aragonite from Artificial Seawater at Low Oxygen Content and in the Presence of Methane J L Mitchell R I Gabitov 4 00 P.M. B14A-0280 POSTER Nitrogen Cycling in Seagrass Beds Dominated by Thalassia testudinum and Halodule wrightii the Role of Nitrogen Fixation and Ammonium Oxidation in Regulating Ammonium Availability R Capps J M Caffrey C Hester 4 00 P.M. B14A-0281 POSTER In situ nitrification rates and activity of present nitrifiers in the bottom water layer of two Baltic coastal zones affected by different riverine nutrient loads I Bartl E M nster Happel L Riemann M Voss 4 00 P.M. B14A-0282 POSTER Nitrification from the Pacific Ocean to the Sacramento River Do Distinct Microbial Communities Affect Biogeochemical Nitrogen Cycling in the Waters of a Large Urban Estuary J Damashek T Challenor K L Casciotti C Francis 4 00 P.M. B14A-0283 POSTER Nitrite Reductase (nirK) as an Alternative Molecular Marker for Ammonia-oxidizing Archaea Quantification and Characterization of Thaumarchaeal nirK Genes in Estuarine Sediments from San Francisco Bay L Reji J A Lee J Damashek C Francis 4 00 P.M. B14A-0284 POSTER Nitrogen and organic carbon cycling processes in tidal marshes and shallow estuarine habitats B A Bergamaschi B D Downing B A Pellerin T E C Kraus J Fleck R Fujii 4 00 P.M. B14A-0285 POSTER Controls on Water Column Nitrification Over the Chukchi Shelf Arctic Ocean During the SUBICE Campaign (May - June 2014) E B Dirck M M Mills K L Casciotti M S Forbes P Coupel K R Arrigo 4 00 P.M. B14A-0286 POSTER Nitrifier Diversity and Distribution Controls in the Chukchi Sea Shelf sediments M B Jackson M M Mills K R Arrigo C Francis E Cardarelli 4 00 P.M. B14A-0287 POSTER Combining Molecular Genomic and Isotopic Techniques to Examine the Metabolism of Marine Thaumarchaeota in Monterey Bay and the California Current System B B Tolar J M Smith C Francis 4 00 P.M. B14A-0288 POSTER Anaerobic Nitrogen Cycling Tales from the Eastern Tropical Pacific A R Babbin C Buchwald S D Wankel 4 00 P.M. B14A-0289 POSTER Insight into the N-cycling in the North Sea A Rosales T D Jickells 4 00 P.M. B14A-0290 POSTER Release from limitation Exploring phytoplankton nutrient limitation and community shifts in the Gulf of Mexico S Weber N D Souza A Subramaniam A R Juhl J P Montoya 4 00 P.M. B14A-0291 POSTER Effects of Ammonium-rich Wastewater Effluent on Phytoplankton Productivity in Experimental Mesocosms from the northern San Francisco Estuary N M Travis A E Parker 4 00 P.M. B14A-0292 POSTER Observations of a summertime phytoplankton bloom in the northeastern subtropical Pacific G van Dijken D B Whitt M M Mills I N Shilova J Robidart K M Bjorkman M J Church J P Zehr K R Arrigo 4 00 P.M. B14A-0293 POSTER Spatial distribution of 15N of chlorophyll-a in surface sediment of the northern Benguela Upwelling System Y Xin 4 00 P.M. B14A-0294 POSTER Rapid Return of Nitrogen but not Phosphorus to Ecosystem Nutrition During Decomposition of Quagga Mussel Tissue in Sand Mud or Water During Oxic or Monday 4 00 P.M. B14A Poster Hall Nitrogen at the Interface The N-Cycle across Physical and Disciplinary Boundaries IV Posters (joint with EC ME MM PO) Moderators Bradley Tolar Stanford University Andrew Babbin Massachusetts Institute of Technology Carolyn Buchwald Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Julian Damashek Stanford University 4 00 P.M. B14A-0273 POSTER Nitrite isotopes as tracers for marine N cycle processes (Invited) K L Casciotti C Buchwald B D Peters M S Forbes T S Martin 4 00 P.M. B14A-0274 POSTER Investigating N cycle processes in the Arabian Sea oxygen deficient zone using paired N and O isotope measurements of nitrate and nitrite T S Martin K L Casciotti Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. B14A-0275 POSTER Nitrous Oxide (N2O) cycling in the Equatorial Tropical South Pacific (ETSP) Oxygen Deficient Zone (ODZ) - evidence for production consumption and N2O transport M S Forbes B D Peters K L Casciotti T S Martin J Vedamati 4 00 P.M. B14A-0276 POSTER Constraining the role of iron in environmental nitrogen transformations Dual stable isotope systematics of abiotic NO2- reduction by Fe(II) and its production of N2O C Buchwald K C Grabb C M Hansel S D Wankel 4 00 P.M. B14A-0277 POSTER Under-recognized pathways of N2O production in coastal sediments Increased fungal and chemodenitrification in response to elevated N loading S D Wankel W Ziebis C Buchwald C Charoenpong D de Beer 4 00 P.M. B14A-0278 POSTER Biologically-associated Nitrous Oxide Accumulation in the Euphotic Zone W S Xianhui 4 00 P.M. B14A-0279 POSTER Seasonal Dynamics of Ammonia- and Nitrite-Oxidizing Organisms in the Sediment and Water Column of a Salt Marsh Estuary Duplin River Sapelo Island Georgia USA (Invited) J T Hollibaugh Q Liu M J Ross J B Cheek C M Sweeney 78 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Anoxic Incubation Implications for Phytoplankton Bioenergetics E M Cooney R L Cuhel C Aguilar 4 00 P.M. B14A-0295 POSTER An Analysis of Denitrification and Anammox Processes in Sediments Underneath Oyster Aquaculture C I Mazur V P Edgcomb D Rogers A Cobban 4 00 P.M. B14A-0296 POSTER In Situ Measurements of Nitrogen Cycling Across an Aquaculture Chronosequence N Ray A Al-Haj R W Fulweiler 4 00 P.M. B14A-0297 POSTER The contribution of oyster microbiomes to denitrification and nitrous oxide emissions in estuarine and coastal ecosystems A M Arfken B Song A Smyth 4 00 P.M. B14A-0298 POSTER Nitrification Processes Conversion Kinetics Physical Substrate Preferences and Source Function Analysis for an Aquatic Nitrification Model System J Zimmer B O Connor K Halmo A Xiong 4 00 P.M. B14A-0299 POSTER Raffinate waste as a nitrogen replacement to increase the sustainable use of marine microalgae for biofuel production C Swink B Palenik 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0121 POSTER Constraining the Solubility of Aerosol Fe using US GEOTRACES Data A M Aguilar-Islas C S Buck R Rember W M Landing 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0122 POSTER Can Biomass Burning Explain Isotopically Light Fe in Marine Aerosols A M Sherry A D Anbar P Herckes S J Romaniello 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0123 POSTER Quantifying the Fluxes of Atmospherically Derived Trace Elements in the Arctic Ocean Ice System using 7Be W M Landing D C Kadko R Shelley B Galfond 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0124 POSTER Mass-size distributions of selected nutrient elements in aerosols and their air-to-sea fluxes to the Arctic Ocean Preliminary results from the US GEOTRACES Arctic Cruise in summer 2015 Y Gao C S Buck C M Marsay P Mukherjee W M Landing 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0125 POSTER Atmospheric Deposition to the Arctic Ocean Concentrations of Dissolved Trace Elements in Melt Ponds During US GEOTRACES Western Arctic Section C M Marsay C S Buck W M Landing N J Wyatt Monday 4 00 P.M. CT14A Poster Hall Atmospheric Deposition and Ocean Biogeochemistry II Posters (joint with B) Moderators Ana Aguilar-Islas University of Alaska Fairbanks Meredith Hastings Brown Univ-Geological Sciences 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0113 POSTER Organic nitrogen and carbon in atmospheric dry and wet depositions in the southern East China Sea its implication for new production in coastal region H Y Chen J X Yeh C T Lin 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0114 POSTER The fate of aerosol Fe in the surface water of the northwestern Pacific Ocean B S Wang T Y Ho 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0115 POSTER Taiwan GEOTRACES Process Study the Importance of Aerosol Deposition on the Seasonal Transformation of Trace Metal Distribution in the Western Philippine Sea T Y Ho 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0116 POSTER Supply of Natural and Industrial Aerosols to the Indian Ocean B A Summers P L Morton N J Buck W M Landing C S Buck P M Barrett J A Resing 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0117 POSTER DUSTTRAFFIC Transatlantic Transport and Deposition of Saharan Dust and its Effects on the Marine Environment J B W Stuut C V Guerreiro C I Munday G J A Brummer L Korte M Van der Does 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0118 POSTER The role of viable airborne microorganisms deposition in the southeastern Mediterranean Sea E Rahav A Paytan B Herut 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0119 POSTER Response of the Ocean Biogeochemistry and Isotopes to Different Aerosol Iron Fluxes J Muglia A Schmittner 4 00 P.M. CT14A-0120 POSTER Evaluating the Ability of the Thorium-232 and Thorium-230 Isotopic Couple to Quantify Lithogenic Fluxes to the Ocean Y Plancherel G M Henderson F Deng S Khatiwala Y T Hsieh Monday 4 00 P.M. CT14B Poster Hall Trace Elements and Isotopes at the Interfaces of the Atlantic Ocean II Posters (joint with B ME PC PO) Moderators Geraldine Sarthou LEMAR UMR 6539 Edward Boyle Massachusetts Institute of Technology Micha Rijkenberg Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research Gideon Henderson University of Oxford 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0126 POSTER Iron isotopic composition of seawater within the oxygen minimum zone over the shelf and the ocean basin in the tropical Atlantic Ocean (Invited) J K Klar R H James I J Parkinson J A Milton C Schlosser E P Achterberg 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0127 POSTER The Celtic Sea Shelf System Acts as a Persistent Source of Iron to the North Atlantic A Birchill A L Annett A Milne W Geibert P J Statham S Ussher P J Worsfold M C Lohan 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0128 POSTER GEOVIDE AN INTERNATIONAL GEOTRACES STUDY IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC AND THE LABRADOR SEA (GA01 GEOTRACES SECTION) G Sarthou P Lherminier T G Team 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0129 POSTER Artificial Radionuclides (236U and 129I) in the Arctic and North Atlantic Ocean N Casacuberta M Christl G M Henderson M Rutgers van der Loeff P Masque C Vockenhuber D Bauch C Walther 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0130 POSTER Distribution and cycling of lead in the high and low latitudinal Atlantic Ocean C Schlosser J L Menzel Barraqueta I Rapp J Pampin Baro E P Achterberg 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0131 POSTER Suspended Particulate Pb from the North Atlantic US GEOTRACES (GA-03) Section can be Estimated from Dissolved Pb Using a Two Phase Partition Coefficient Model E A Boyle P J Lam D Ohnemus A E Noble T M Church S Rigaud M M Baskaran G Stewart 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0132 POSTER Isotopic composition of dissolved and particulate Cu in the North Atlantic Constraining the atmospheric deposition of aerosol Cu P M Barrett J A Resing B K Nelson P L Morton R Shelley W M Landing 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 79 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0133 POSTER High resolution dissolved and dissolvable aluminum measurements along the GEOVIDE section (GEOTRACES section GA01) E P Achterberg J L Menzel Barraqueta C Schlosser H Planquette M Cheize J Boutorh R Shelley G Sarthou M Gledhill 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0134 POSTER Flux of Total and Methyl Mercury to the Northern Gulf of Mexico from U.S. Estuaries C R Hammerschmidt C S Buck K L Bowman G A Gill W M Landing 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0135 POSTER The Amazon estuary as an interface for trace metal fluxes from the river into the Atlantic a study along a salinity gradient in the mixing zone A Koschinsky K Schmidt T Riedel S Poehle A Schneider 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0136 POSTER BCO-DMO Providing Access to Trace Element and Isotope Data from the Atlantic Ocean and Beyond S Rauch M D Allison C L Chandler S R Gegg R C Groman D Kinkade D M Glover P H Wiebe N J Copley A Shepherd 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0137 POSTER Changes in size fractionation of metals in storm runoff following wildfires implications for the transport of bioactive trace elements P Pinedo-Gonzalez B Hellige A J West S A Sanudo-Wilhelmy 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0138 POSTER 227Ac in the Deep South Pacific along the Peru-Tahiti GEOTRACES Transect Mixing and Transport Rates D E Hammond M A Charette W S Moore P Henderson V Sanial L E Kipp R F Anderson F Primeau 4 00 P.M. CT14B-0139 POSTER A Margin Source of Cd in the Western North Pacific Ocean P L Morton C Zurbrick W M Landing C S Buck C Gallon J R Donat A M Shiller A R Flegal Jr Monday 4 00 P.M. EC14A Poster Hall Coastal Submesoscale Processes Physics Biogeochemistry and Their Interactions Posters (joint with B PO TP) Moderators Sung Yong Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Sciecne and Technology Hezi Gildor Hebrew University of Jerusalem 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0953 POSTER Effect of Submesoscale Eddies on Oceanic Dispersion of Materials in a Coastal Area off Fukushima Analyzed with a Downscaling System Y Kamidaira H Kawamura 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0954 POSTER Continental shelf eddies forced by cooling and modified by winds K H Brink 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0955 POSTER Energy spectra and energy pathways of submesoscale coastal surface currents S Y Kim 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0956 POSTER Biogeochemical responses to mesoand submesoscale oceanic variability in the Kuroshio region Y Suzue Y Uchiyama H Yamazaki 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0957 POSTER Do submesoscale frontal processes ventilate the oxygen minimum zone off Peru S Thomsen T Kanzow F Colas V Echevin G Krahmann A Engel 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0958 POSTER Observed spectral kinetic energy fluxes at mesoscale and submesoscale in the St. Lawrence maritime estuary J Clary C P Chavanne L P Nadeau X Capet 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0959 POSTER Observations of phytoplankton response to submesoscale forcing in Southern California Bight D Miller G B Smith G O Marmorino I M Angel Benavides R P North B Baschek Scientific Program Nomination Deadline 15 March Nominate your colleagues for a prestigious AGU Prize Award Fellowship or Medal New Union Awards for 2016 Africa Award for Research Excellence in Earth and Space Science William Kaula Award honors.agu.org 80 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0960 POSTER The Gulf of Eilat Aqaba a natural driven cavity H Gildor E Fredj A B Kostinski H Afargan 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0961 POSTER MODULATION OF BOTTOM HYPOXIA BY SUBMESOSCALE SHELF EDDIES IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO R D Hetland W Zhang S F DiMarco K Fennel 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0962 POSTER Fresh water input as driver of submesoscale variability in coastal waters The case of the Gulf of Mexico A Bracco H Luo J C McWilliams 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0963 POSTER Coastal Submesoscale Baroclinic Eddies in Cyclostrophic Balance in the Saguenay Fjord A Livernoche D Bourgault C P Chavanne P Galbraith 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0964 POSTER High-Resolution Observations of Submesoscale Eddies in the Coastal Ocean B Baschek G B Smith D Miller I M Angel Benavides R P North G O Marmorino 4 00 P.M. EC14A-0965 POSTER Current temporal asymmetry and the role of tides Nan-Wan Bay vs. the Gulf of Elat Y Ashkenazy E Fredj H Gildor G C Gong H J Lee C R Wu 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0975 POSTER Determining the Contribution of Non-Carbonate Alkalinity from Intertidal Salt Marshes to Coastal Buffering Capacity L B Anderson M E Gonneea A Z Wang S N Chu 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0976 POSTER Carbon Burial in Salt Marshes Impacts of Sea Level Rise and Marsh Restoration M E Gonneea K D Kroeger D Roberts A C Spivak 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0977 POSTER Salt Marsh Net Ecosystem Carbon Balance Improving Methods to Quantify the Role of Lateral (Tidal) Exchanges K D Kroeger 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0978 POSTER Plant-mediated Sediment Oxygenation in Coastal Wetlands K Koop-Jakobsen 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0979 POSTER Impacts to Ecological Services Buried Oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Spill and Its Effect on Salt Marsh Denitrification B Levine J R White R Delaune 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0980 POSTER Biogeochemical exchanges carbon fluxes and dynamics at the wetland-estuary interface M Tzortziou P Neale P Megonigal L A Logozzo A Menendez F Cao N G Nelson 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0981 POSTER Anaerobic Ammonium Oxidation and its Contribution to Nitrogen Removal in China s Coastal Wetlands L Hou Sr 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0982 POSTER Spatial Patterns in Biogeochemical Processes During Peak Growing Season in Oiled and Unoiled Louisiana Salt Marshes A Multi-Year Analysis A Chelsky J M Marton A E Bernhard A E Giblin S P Setta T D Hill B J Roberts 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0983 POSTER Windy Wetlands The Movement of Emergent Vegetation Facilitates Gas Transfer M R Foster-Martinez E A Variano Monday 4 00 P.M. EC14B Poster Hall Coastal Wetlands as an Important Interface Between Land Sea and Atmosphere Capturing Temporal and Spatial Variability in Chemical Fluxes Posters (joint with B CT HI ME) Moderators Meagan Gonneea USGS Aleck Zhaohui Wang Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0966 POSTER Climatic Alterations of Wetlands Conservation and Adaptation Practices in Bangladesh S A Siddiquee 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0967 POSTER Quantifying organic matter fluxes in an era of wetland instability N K Ganju K D Kroeger 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0968 POSTER Evaluating Alkalinity Export From Intertidal Salt Marshes S N Chu A Z Wang K D Kroeger M E Gonneea 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0969 POSTER Spatio-Temporal Distribution of Amino Acids on the Surface Sediment of the Segara Anakan Lagoon Java Indonesia Z Woldeyohannes T C Jennerjahn 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0970 POSTER Methane and carbon dioxide exchange in two Gulf of Mexico coastal wetland environments-- Apalachicola and Barataria bays A Arellano N D Ward T S Bianchi C L Osburn E J D Sa D S Ko I Joshi J D Kinsey D Oviedo-Vargas 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0971 POSTER Is denitrification driven by elevation or plant type at a Gulf coast Juncus roemerianus and Spartina alterniflora mixed saltmarsh B Mortazavi P R Chanton J A Cherry 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0972 POSTER Salt Marsh Ecosystem Responses to Restored Tidal Connectivity across a 14y Chronosequence M Capooci A C Spivak K Gosselin 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0973 POSTER Methane Dynamics in two South Florida Mangrove Estuaries Water-Air Fluxes and Export to the Coastal Ocean D T Ho M C Reid S Ferron Smith 4 00 P.M. EC14B-0974 POSTER The Coastal Squeeze Rising seas and upland plant invasions differentially affect vertical exchange of greenhouse gases R K Quinn S Moseman-Valtierra K D Kroeger R Martin O I Abdul-Aziz K S Ishtiaq E Brannon K Egan J Tang Monday 4 00 P.M. EC14C Poster Hall Nearshore Processes IV Posters (joint with PO) Moderators Maitane Olabarrieta University of Florida - UF Alexandru Sheremet University of Florida - UF Giulio Mariotti Organization Not Listed 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0984 POSTER Laboratory Investigation of Combined Wave and Current Bottom Boundary Layer Flows on a Planar Beach R Styles D B Bryant 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0985 POSTER The Future of Nearshore Processes Research U.S. Integrated Coastal Research Program N Elko F Feddersen D L Foster C J Hapke R A Holman J McNinch R P Mulligan H T Ozkan-Haller N G Plant B Raubenheimer 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0986 POSTER Parameterizing the Surfzone Cross-shore Diffusivity M S Spydell S H Suanda F Feddersen 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0987 POSTER Simulation of Wave-Current Interaction Using a Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model Coupled With a Phase Averaged Wave Model R Marsooli P M Orton N Georgas A F Blumberg 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0988 POSTER Simulation of Wind and Waves with Complex Land Topography A Calderer X Hao Z Yang F Sotiropoulos L Shen 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0989 POSTER Acoustic Measurement of Suspended Sediment Flux Over Ripples and Dunes in Unidirectional Flow G Wilson A E Hay L J Zedel 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 81 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0990 POSTER A Regional Model Guidance for Forecasting Rip Currents D W Wang C S Wu 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0991 POSTER Sheet flow measurements on a surf-zone sandbar under shoaling and breaking waves R Mieras J A Puleo D T Cox D L Anderson Y Kim T J Hsu 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0992 POSTER Quantifying temporal and spatial variability of nearshore processes around a nearshore kelp forest rocky reef with the KFA cabled observatory M E Squibb R G Martone S Litvin C B Woodson S G Monismith J F Dunckley 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0993 POSTER WITHDRAWN Modeled Swash and Runup on Natural Beach B D Johnson 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0994 POSTER Characterizing the Instantaneous Dissipation in Breaking Waves S Ardani J M Kaihatu J Goertz 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0995 POSTER Revising Empirical Swash Formulae for the Highly Energetic Wave Environment in Central Chile R Agredano Jr R Cienfuegos P Bonneton N Bonneton E Mignot P A Catalan 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0996 POSTER Detection of rip current using camera monitoring techniques T Kim 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0997 POSTER Quantification of Hydrodynamic Forcing on Spherical Objects in the Swash Zone B L Bruder D Cristaudo J A Puleo 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0998 POSTER Observations of Wave Current and Wave-Current Induced Sediment Transport in the Inlet of a Small Shallow Estuary M Harvey S N Giddings G R Pawlak 4 00 P.M. EC14C-0999 POSTER Parameterizing wave runup with an effective peak frequency J W Fiedler W C O Reilly K L Brodie J McNinch R T Guza 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1000 POSTER Unusually Large Runup Events G Garcia-Medina H T Ozkan-Haller R A Holman P Ruggiero 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1001 POSTER Field Observations of Swash-Zone Dynamics on a Sea-Breeze Dominated Beach at the Yucat n Peninsula M xico P Chardon-Maldonado J A Puleo A TorresFreyermuth 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1008 POSTER Extracting Maximum Total Water Levels from Video Brightest Images J A Brown R A Holman H F Stockdon N G Plant J Long K Brodie 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1009 POSTER Wave Dissipation over Nearshore Beach Morphology Insights from High-Resolution LIDAR Observations and the SWASH Wave Model R P Mulligan E Gomes J McNinch K L Brodie 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1010 POSTER WITHDRAWN Parameterization of the Degree of Burial of Objects in the Coastal Ocean A Brandt S E Rennie 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1011 POSTER Generation of Free Infragravity Waves by Time-Varying Breakpoint with Real Wave and Bathymetry Conditions S Contardo G Symonds 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1012 POSTER New Processing Methodologies for Cross Check Analysis and Observed Water LevelsCorrections in Surveying S D Johnson G Carson 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1013 POSTER An Experimental Study on Physical Factors Affecting Dispersion and Dilution of the Main Street Stormwater Outfall Pipe in North Myrtle Beach South Carolina N P Mears E E Hackett R Gurka 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1014 POSTER Characteristics of Wind Generated Waves in the Delaware Estuary J L Chen D K Ralston W R Geyer R J Chant C K Sommerfield 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1015 POSTER Modeling the Hydrodynamic Effects of Seagrass Meadows in a Shallow Back-barrier Estuary A Beudin 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1016 POSTER Wave Attenuation in the Shallows of San Francisco Bay J R Lacy L J MacVean 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1017 POSTER Tidally-driven Surface Flow in a Georgia Estuarine Saltmarsh D Young B L Bruder K A Haas D R Webster 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1018 POSTER Modification of Surf Zone Turbulence and the Undertow by a Submerged Canopy T Mandel J R Koseff I Rosenzweig J Suckale 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1019 POSTER Wave Interaction with Emergent Vegetation A Stem Scale Large Eddy Simulation Investigation A Chakrabarti Q J Chen 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1020 POSTER Estimation of Critical Shear Stress for Erosion in the Changjiang Estuary A Synergy Research of Observation GOCI Sensing and Modeling J Ge 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1021 POSTER Statistical Characterization of the Motion of Sediment Particles in Oscillatory Flows C Gonz lez D H Richter D Bolster S P Bateman J Calantoni C R Escauriaza 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1022 POSTER Riverine and Sediment Processes in the Yangtze River Modeling and Validation C Lu J M Kaihatu 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1023 POSTER On modeling heterogeneous coastal sediment transport - A numerical study using multiphase Eulerian and Euler-Lagrangian approaches Z Cheng X Yu T J Hsu J Calantoni J Chauchat 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1024 POSTER Large-Eddy Simulation of Wavebreaking Induced Turbulent Coherent Structures and Suspended Sediment Transport on a Barred Beach Z Zhou T J Hsu D T Cox X Liu Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1002 POSTER Quantification of Swash-Zone Velocities in the Sheet Flow Layer Using Particle Image Velocimetry D Krafft J A Puleo 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1003 POSTER THE INFLUENCE OF WIND AND TIDE ON THE HYDRODYNAMICS OF A HIGHLY FRICTIONAL COASTAL LAGOON SYSTEM C Polanco-Arias I Marino-Tapia C Enriquez 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1004 POSTER Wave Shape and Impact Pressure Measurements at a Rock Coast Cliff S J Varley N J Rosser M Brain E C Vann Jones 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1005 POSTER Physical factors connected to hypoxia in Long Bay M Lewis D B Fribance L E Keiner 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1006 POSTER A Hybrid Discontinuous Continuous Galerkin Approach to Non-Hydrostatic Euler Model for Water Waves L Zhu Q J Chen X Wan 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1007 POSTER Remote Sensing Characterization of Two-dimensional Wave Forcing in the Surf Zone R J Carini C C Chickadel A T Jessup 82 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1025 POSTER Depth-Dependence of Surfzone Eddies Generation and Destruction of Vertical Shear S M Henderson H T Ozkan-Haller S Solovitz J L Arnold 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1026 POSTER WITHDRAWN Improving the Numerical Accuracy of the k- Model by a Transformation to the k- Model Y Dijkstra R Uittenbogaard J van Kester J Pietrzak 4 00 P.M. EC14C-1027 POSTER Large Eddy Simulation of turbulent kinetic energy budget affected by the wavy wall S Li J Ge 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1042 POSTER Total exchange flow entrainment and turbulent mixing in a partially stratified estuary T Wang 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1043 POSTER Influence of wind and river discharge on the vertical exchange process in the Pearl River Estuary B Hong 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1044 POSTER Next-generation modeling for buoyancy driven coastal ocean flows T Karna A M Baptista 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1045 POSTER Impact of river discharge on the hydrography and circulation on the inner shelf of coastal Alabama B Dzwonkowski K Park 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1046 POSTER Formation and disappearance of salt plug in response to changes in river discharge in multi-channel tropical estuary D C Shaha M R A Sony M N Imtiazy Y K Cho Monday 4 00 P.M. EC14D Poster Hall The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf IV Posters (joint with ME MG PO TP) Moderators Robert Hetland Texas A&M Univ Daniel MacDonald University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1028 POSTER Seasonal effects on estuarine tidal currents and implications for prediction G Dusek J Park C L Paternostro 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1029 POSTER Fate of Multiple River Discharges into China Seas H WU 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1030 POSTER The mechanism of freshwater extension from the North Channel to the North Branch in the Changjiang Estuary in dry season J Zhu 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1031 POSTER Variability of Circulation in the Pearl River Estuary Observation and FVCOM Modeling W Lai 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1032 POSTER Influence of Ambient Current on the Temperature Increasing Rate of Bottom Cold Water in a Shelf Sea a Case Study of the Seto Inland Sea Japan X Yu X Guo H Takeoka 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1033 POSTER Effects of tides on the cross-isobath movement of the low-salinity plume in the western Yellow and East China Seas in winter B Wang N Hirose D Yuan J H Moon 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1034 POSTER Spatial and Seasonal Distributions of Frontal Activity over the Continental Shelf in the Bay of Biscay Focus on Density Fronts in Winter Yelek i G Charria X Capet G P Reverdin J Sudre H Yahia 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1035 POSTER Impact of the Fraser River Geometry on Tides and the River Plumes in a Model of the Fraser River Plume J Liu S E Allen N K Soontiens 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1036 POSTER The three-dimensional structure of the nose of a buoyant coastal current R J Chant 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1037 POSTER Fluvial impacts on tidal range salinity intrusion and the fresh saltwater interface A S Hudson 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1038 POSTER The Role of Physical Scale in ShearStratified Turbulence D G MacDonald M Raessi 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1039 POSTER Drifter measurements of turbulence and mixing in the Snohomish River Plume S E Kastner A HornerDevine J M Thomson 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1040 POSTER The Dynamics of the Estuary River Plume Interface A Horner-Devine A R Poggioli 4 00 P.M. EC14D-1041 POSTER A High Resolution Tampa Bay Hydrodynamic Model and its Application to Residence Time Estimation and Salt Balance Diagnosis L Zheng R H Weisberg Monday 4 00 P.M. EC14E Poster Hall The Dynamics of Buoyancy Driven Flows in Estuaries and River Plumes and on the Continental Shelf V Posters (joint with ME MG PO TP) Moderators Alexander Horner-Devine University of Washington Robert Hetland Texas A&M Univ 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1271 POSTER Salt and Nutrient Fluxes in the Chester River Estuary K L Cole D C Brady J M Testa 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1047 POSTER Numerical Modelling of Freshwater Inputs in the Shelf Area of the Ofanto River (Southern Italy) G Verri N Pinardi J J Tribbia D Gochis F Bryan Y H Tseng A Navarra 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1048 POSTER Variability in Water Column Stratification during Low Flow Conditions in the Thames River Estuary Connecticut from 2006-2015 D L Bergondo 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1049 POSTER Characterization of the 3-Dimensional Mississippi River Plume Using a High Resolution Circulation Model Coupled with Ocean Color Imagery and Field Data I M Soto Ramos R Arnone M K Cambazoglu G A Jacobs R A Vandermeulen S D Howden 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1050 POSTER Modulation of residual currents in Rhode Island Sound by stratification and the spring-neap cycle C Wertman D S Ullman C Kincaid D L Codiga A Pfeiffer-Herbert 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1051 POSTER A Study of Horizontal and Vertical transport Timescales in the Changjiang Estuary and its Adjacent Regions Y WANG J Shen Q He L Zhu 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1052 POSTER Spatio-temporal variability of internal waves in the northern Gulf of Mexico studied with the Navy Coastal Ocean Model NCOM M K Cambazoglu G A Jacobs S D Howden J W Book R Arnone I M Soto Ramos R A Vandermeulen A T Greer T N Miles 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1053 POSTER Investigating the Influence of Coastal Islands on River Water Distribution and Mixing in Western Long Island Sound S R Schmidt M M Whitney Y Jia 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1054 POSTER Unravelling Salt Fluxes Development of a Diagnostic Instrument for Online Decomposition of Salt Flux Components and Dispersion Rates from 3D Model Results W Kranenburg Y Dijkstra T van der Kaaij R Uittenbogaard 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1055 POSTER Changes in Residence Time due to Large-Scale Infrastructure in a Coastal Plain Estuary M E Luther S D Meyers 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 83 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1056 POSTER Modeling the Residence Time of Mobile Bay in Alabama M M Han K Park 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1057 POSTER Flood-Ebb and Spring-Neap Variations of Lateral Circulation in the James River Estuary W Liu M Li R J Chant A Valle-Levinson 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1058 POSTER Baroclinic Effects on Tidal Propagation and Estuarine Circulation an Idealized Modeling Analysis Z Cao M Olabarrieta 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1059 POSTER Three-dimensional Effects on Formation of a Tiger Tail of Turbidity in Lake Biwa Japan following a Typhoon J C Wells G Auger 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1060 POSTER Modeling Diffusion as a Result of Observing Salinity Water Temperature and Mixing of the Norwalk River into Long Island Sound A L Giuliano C N Gillotte T R Wooldridge 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1061 POSTER Subtidal Hydrodynamics in a Tropical Lagoon During the Transition from Dry to Wet Seasons L TenorioFernandez A Valle-Levinson J Gomez-Valdes 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1062 POSTER Spring-neap and spatial variability of horizontal density gradient in Sumjin River Estuary Korea E Cho Y K Cho 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1063 POSTER Hysteresis-like Behavior of the Monthly Mean Density-Driven Circulation in Tampa Bay S D Meyers M E Luther 4 00 P.M. EC14E-1064 POSTER New Inlet in Great South Bay Changes in Circulation Dynamics Residence Time and Salt Balance in Response to Low Frequency Forcing from Observations and FCVOM Simulations C Hinrichs C N Flagg R E Wilson R D Flood 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1613 POSTER Ocean Acidification Differentially Affects the Photosynthesis of Key New England Macrophytes E Fachon J M Ets-Hokin E M Donham N Price 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1614 POSTER New culturing studies of various haptophyte algae The role of phylogeny on the alkenone paleothermometer I I Walker Karega A R Juhl W J D Andrea 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1615 POSTER Heterologous Expression of Gene of Interest Using the Marine Protozoan Perkinsus marinus E R Cold 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1616 POSTER Data Mining to Chart the Arctic Analysis of Approaches to Incorporate Outside Source Data into NOAA Office of Coast Survey Workflow V Rennoll 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1617 POSTER Adult Uca spp. (fiddler crab) Chemical Cue Presence and Effect on Molting Rate of Uca spp. Megalopae into Juveniles E Waddell 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1618 POSTER Models for U.S Fish Stock Assessment K Bynes 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1619 POSTER In situ Oceanographic LiDAR as a Tool for Retrieving and Characterizing Particle Distributions in the Ocean A Flouros R C Zimmerman B Collister V J Hill 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1620 POSTER A Comparison of Growth and Survival of Aquacultured Juvenile Florida Pompano fed Fishmeal and Plant-Based Diets D Budden 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1621 POSTER Verification of Band Pair Counts on Vertebral Centra of Atlantic Stingrays A N Tumminelli Monday 4 00 P.M. ED14B Poster Hall Undergraduate Research in Marine and Aquatic Sciences Posters Moderators Benjamin Cuker Hampton University David Fields Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1622 POSTER Remineralization ratios in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current using profiling float data A E Simpson S T Gille M R Mazloff E Briggs 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1623 POSTER Fortnightly Variability of Sediment Dynamics in Tidal Freshwater and Saltwater marshes of the Chesapeake Bay C J Reyer 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1624 POSTER Exploring the Microbial Community of Shell Disease in Homarus americanus A Unzueta Martinez S G Feinman J L Bowen M F Tlusty 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1625 POSTER Role of Temperature and Depth in Atlantic Reef Fish Habitat Selection J Franklin A Kaltenberg 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1626 POSTER Persistence and Bioavailability of DDT in a Coastal Salt Marsh K Rowlett N Weathers A Morrison H K White 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1627 POSTER Understanding the Effects of Diet on Larval Crassostrea virginica A Comparison of Commercial Concentrates and Live Algal Feed C T Williams J W Krause W C Walton 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1628 POSTER Nursery Habitats for Early-Life Stages of American Horseshoe Crabs in Great Bay-Little Egg Harbor NJ J Zottoli P C Lopez-Duarte K Able Monday 4 00 P.M. ED14A Poster Hall ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium for Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students IV Posters Moderators Benjamin Cuker Hampton University Deidre Gibson Hampton University 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1607 POSTER Detection and characterization of submesoscale eddies off the southwestern coast of Puerto Rico L Pomales J M Morell 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1608 POSTER Using color as a proxy for symbiont density to assess health in the facultatively symbiotic northern coral Astrangia poculata R Seballos E M Burmester R D Rotjan 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1609 POSTER Nitrogen fixation rates associated with the invasive macroalgae Sargassum horneri around Catalina Island CA A DeLiberto 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1610 POSTER The Preferred Habitat of Dichocoenia stokesi M Indergard K Foster 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1611 POSTER Does the globally invasive marine angiosperm Halophila stipulacea have high genetic diversity or unique mutations K Chiquillo L Campese P Barber D A Willette 4 00 P.M. ED14A-1612 POSTER Numerical modeling of the hydrodynamics of the Northeastern Corridor Reserve in Puerto Rico G Salgado-Dom nguez M Canals Scientific Program 84 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1629 POSTER Physiological Response of Siderastrea siderea to Thermal Stress Y Bruno-Laureano A E Mercado-Molina J S Fonseca 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1630 POSTER CDOM Effects on Spectral Quality and Phytoplankton Community Composition in North Inlet and Winyah Bay SC R Young E Smith T L Richardson 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1631 POSTER Examining the association of DDX compounds to sedimentary organic matter N Weathers K Rowlett Z Geng A Morrison H K White 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1632 POSTER Validation and Analysis of MW_IR OI SST product over the Indian Ocean A L Ditri N Murry K Morganti C L Geiger A Kumar 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1633 POSTER Exploring the lipid profiles of three marine fungi A Thurston H K White O Janson 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1634 POSTER The Effect of Oil Spills on Marine Microbes The Importance of Where When and How M L Brock M Ederington-Hagy R L Richardson R Snyder W H Jeffrey 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1635 POSTER Naturally-Occurring DMSP Analogs as Potential Precursors of Dimethyl Sulfide (DMS) and Methanethiol (MeSH) in Coastal Seawater D Cordero R P Kiene 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1636 POSTER Impact of Vitamin B12 and Nitrate Availability on the Concentration of Particulate Dimethylsulfoniopropionate in Phytoplankton J Zavala P A Lee N L Schanke H Pound W B Penta S K Shore 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1637 POSTER Dissolved Oxygen (DO) and Nutrients Analysis in the R o Piedras River San Juan Puerto Rico I Santiago G Infante 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1638 POSTER Nutrients High Light and Shallow Depths Favor the Expansion of the Brown Macroalgae Turbinaria ornata in the Coral Reefs of Mo orea French Polynesia M Nieves G Cordoba J Rogers 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1639 POSTER Metagenomic Survey of a MilitaryImpacted Lagoon in Puerto Rico L Davila-Santiago N DeLeonRodriguez K Y LaSanta-Pagan Z Kurt E Padilla-Crespo J Hatt J Spain K Konstantinidis A Massol-Deya 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1640 POSTER Using Foraminifera Shell Geochemistry to Test Proxies for Paleoclimate Reconstruction C Y Hudson A D Herrmann 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1641 POSTER Zooplankton Community in Delaware Bay During Summer Spatial Distribution and Environmental Correlates N A Tillotson A Wickline J Cohen 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1642 POSTER Validation of Model Output versus ADCP Observations on the PR Insular Shelf Part 2 Are all Sites the Same A Ramos Valle 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1643 POSTER Genetic Variation in Populations of a Tropical Mysid Mysidium gracile R Chapina J Ramos-Chavez E Walsh 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1644 POSTER Where s the P in Plankton Phosphorus Allocation to DNA across Diverse Marine Picoplankton S E Raney K Popendorf S Duhamel 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1645 POSTER Deep-Sea Coral Image Catalog Northeast Pacific J C Freed 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1646 POSTER The Atlantic Ocean An Impassable Barrier for the Common Octopus Octopus vulgaris J PerezViscasillas N V Schizas A Jassoud 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1647 POSTER Low Cost Real Time Autonomous Remote Monitoring Platform J R Rodr guez P M Maldonado J J Pierson L Harris 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1648 POSTER Climate Coping Investigating Metabolic Responses in Crocosphaera watsonii K Harris 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1649 POSTER A low-cost and reliable technique to monitor the spread of an invasive seagrass in the Caribbean Sea D Jobsis S Wyllie-Echeverria 4 00 P.M. ED14B-1650 POSTER Ostracod Geochemistry as a Proxy for Paleoenvironmental Change A Carrier A D Herrmann Monday 4 00 P.M. HE14A Poster Hall Dynamics of the Arctic Ocean and Sea Ice System in a Changing Climate III Posters (joint with A PO) Moderators Jeff Carpenter Helmholtz Zentrum Gesthacht Gregory Smith Environment Canada 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1369 POSTER Freshwater Variability in the Arctic Ocean and Subpolar North Atlantic a Comparison from the 1990s to Present (Invited) M Horn B Rabe U Schauer 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1370 POSTER The response of the central Arctic Ocean stratification to changes in the freshwater input a dynamically-constrained affair J Nilsson P Pemberton 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1371 POSTER In a warming climate why do we see decreasing heat flux in the Arctic Ocean H Beria 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1372 POSTER Upper layer in the Arctic Eurasian basin (2007-2014) stratification and eddies Z Koenig C Provost N Sennechael N Villacieros-Robineau G Garric 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1373 POSTER Vertical Scales and Dynamics of Eddies in the Arctic Ocean s Canada Basin M Zhao M L Timmermans 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1374 POSTER Observations of internal waves and thermohaline structure on a drifting mooring in the Arctic Ocean during summer 2013 K Raghukumar J A Colosi P F Worcester 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1375 POSTER An examination of double-diffusive processes in a mesoscale eddy in the Arctic Ocean Y Bebieva M L Timmermans 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1376 POSTER A Basin-Wide Examination of the Arctic Ocean s Double-Diffusive Staircase N Shibley M L Timmermans J R Carpenter J M Toole 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1377 POSTER Microstructure Observations of Upward Turbulent Heat Fluxes in the Beaufort Gyre E Fine J A MacKinnon M H Alford J Mickett M M Hamann O B Marques G Voet G L Wagner M S Alberty A Peterson 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1378 POSTER Estimating Mixing Rates and Turbulence from Glider-based Microstructure Measurements in the Beaufort Sea B Scheifele S Waterman J R Carpenter L Merckelbach 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1379 POSTER Numerical Investigations of the Hydrographic Observations of Chukchi Sea Shelf Using ROMS Model Integrations K Lu T Weingartner S L Danielson P Winsor E L Dobbins K I Martini H Statscewich 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 85 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1380 POSTER Evaluation of Sea Surface Temperature from FY-3C VIRR Data in the Arctic L Guan H Wang 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1381 POSTER WITHDRAWN NABOS-II Observational Program in the Arctic Ocean New Perspectives and New Challenges V Ivanov I Polyakov I M Ashik A Pnyushkov M B Alkire I Repina V A Alexeev I Waddington T Kanzow I Goszczko R Rember A Artamonov 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1382 POSTER Pathways of Atlantic Waters in the Nordic seas locally eddy-permitting ocean simulation in a global setup C Wekerle 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1383 POSTER Abrupt Reduction in Summer Arctic sea ice and the Partitioning of Ocean Heat Flux Between the Fram Strait and Barents Sea Gate B Tremblay L Renaud-Desjardins 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1384 POSTER Watermass Distribution and Fluxes in the FRAM Strait for the Period 2007 2014 S Piacsek P G Posey D A Hebert 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1385 POSTER Interannual variability of Atlantic Water inflow and modification in the Barents Sea T Kawasaki H Hasumi 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1386 POSTER Investigating a katabatic wind role in formation of the western arctic seas circulation and assessment of water exchange through the Kara Gate with numerical simulation 1 2 N. A. Diansky 1B.M. Gruzinov 1B.B. Fomin 1State oceanographic institute of Zubov N.N. Moscow2 Institute of Numerical Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow N Diansky V Gruzinov 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1387 POSTER Mooring-based monitoring at the mouth of Barrow Canyon and Hope Valley in the Pacific sector of the Arctic Ocean T Kikuchi M Itoh S Nishino 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1388 POSTER Closing the Mass Budget between Bering Strait and the Arctic Basin The Chukchi Slope Current W B Corlett R S Pickart 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1389 POSTER An Investigation into Arctic Sea-Ice Dynamics and Energetics R Lele J M Toole S T Cole 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1390 POSTER Numerical Instability in a Viscous Plastic Sea-Ice Model Arising from Unresolved Plastic Deformation J Williams B Tremblay J F Lemieux 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1391 POSTER Influences of Ice Embedding on the Ice-Sea Interaction in the Arctic Ocean Experiments with AO-FVCOM C Chen Y Ding R C Beardsley Y Zhang D Wang G Gao J Qi H Lin 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1392 POSTER Seasonal and Interannual Variability of the Arctic Sea Ice A Comparison between AO-FVCOM and Observations Y Zhang C Chen R C Beardsley G Gao J Qi H Lin 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1393 POSTER WAVEWATCH III Supports Arctic Operations J Dykes W Rogers 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1394 POSTER Short-term sea ice forecasts with the RASM-ESRL coupled model A testbed for improving simulations of ocean-ice-atmosphere interactions in the marginal ice zone A Solomon O P G Persson J M Intrieri M Hughes C J Cox 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1395 POSTER Evaluation of a Regional HighResolution Arctic Sea Ice forecasts in support of 2015 Summer and Autumn U.S. Coast Guard and Office of Naval Research Operations D A Hebert R Allard P G Posey W Rogers J Dykes S Wang Y Jin T Holt O M Smedstad M Phelps D Geiszler 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1396 POSTER Sea ice Forecast Verification in the Canadian Global Ice Ocean Prediction System G C Smith J F Lemieux 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1397 POSTER Regional Forecast of the Minimum Sea Ice Extent a Lagrangian Approach C Brunette B Tremblay 4 00 P.M. HE14A-1398 POSTER Assessment of Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice Predictability in CMIP5 Decadal Hindcasts C Y Yang J LIU Y Hu R M Horton L Chen Monday 4 00 P.M. HE14B Poster Hall High Latitude Air-Sea-Ice Interactions in a Changing Climate II Posters (joint with PO) Moderators Kent Moore University of Toronto Robert Pickart Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution John Cassano University of Colorado at Boulder Robin Muench Earth and Space Research 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1399 POSTER Observations of Under-Ice Heat and Momentum Fluxes from Drift Stations North of Svalbard A Peterson I Fer M McPhee 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1400 POSTER Shelfbreak Current over the Canadian Beaufort Sea Continental Slope Wind-driven Events in January 2005 I A Dmitrenko S Kirillov A Forest Y Gratton D Volkov W J Williams J V Lukovich C Belanger D G Barber 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1401 POSTER Effect of Arctic Sea-Ice Melt on Inherent Optical Properties and Vertical Distribution of Solar Radiant Heating - Possible Feedbacks on Ice Melt A K Pavlov M A Granskog S Sagan P Kowalczuk A Raczkowska C A Stedmon 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1402 POSTER Upwelling of Atlantic water along the Canadian Beaufort Sea continental slope favourable atmospheric conditions seasonal and interannual variations S Kirillov I A Dmitrenko B Tremblay Y Gratton D G Barber S Rysg rd 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1403 POSTER The Use of Ice Surface Temperature Observations in a Coupled Ocean and Sea ice model for the Arctic Ocean T Rasmussen G Dybkj r K S Madsen J L H yer 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1404 POSTER The Effect of Alternative Wind Forcing from Operational Analyses on the Simulations of Antarctic Coastal Sea Ice Z Zhang T P Vihma A Stoessel P Uotila 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1405 POSTER Recommendations of the National Academies Study A Strategic Vision for NSF Investments in Antarctic and Southern Ocean Research R A Weller L Geller O Schofield 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1406 POSTER Hydrographic Structure and Modification of Pacific Winter Water on the Chukchi Sea Shelf in Late Spring A Pacini R S Pickart K Moore K V ge 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1407 POSTER WITHDRAWN Amplitude and Coherence of Inertial Motions in Arctic Sea-Ice for a Range of SeaIce States J Wenig M L Timmermans 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1408 POSTER Numerical Simulations of Arctic Surface Ocean Properties Does Floating Ice Matter A Bigdeli B Loose 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1409 POSTER Skillful Prediction of Barents Sea Ice Cover I H Onarheim T Eldevik M rthun R Ingvaldsen L H Smedsrud 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1410 POSTER Transmittance and Energy Deposition in Ponded Sea Ice T Taskjelle S R Hudson M A Granskog B Hamre Scientific Program 86 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1411 POSTER Atmospheric form drag over Arctic sea ice derived from high-resolution IceBridge elevation data A Petty M Tsamados N T Kurtz 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1412 POSTER Receding ice cover and Arctic decadal climate variability Y Ding 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1413 POSTER VERTICAL STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF THE BEAUFORT GYRE SUBSURFACE LAYER FROM ADCP OBSERVATIONS D J Torres A Y Proshutinsky R A Krishfield M L Timmermans 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1414 POSTER Patterns of Ocean Heat Uptake and Time Varying Climate Sensitivity M Rugenstein K Caldeira 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1415 POSTER The Role of Local and Regional Atmospheric Forcing for Convection in the Subpolar North Atlantic M Oltmanns J Karstensen J Fischer 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1416 POSTER Topography of Ice in Nares Strait 2003 to 2012 P A Ryan A Muenchow 4 00 P.M. HE14B-1417 POSTER Ocean Warming of Petermann Fjord and Glacier North Greenland A Muenchow P Washam L Padman K W Nicholls 4 00 P.M. HI14A-1761 POSTER Countering Ice Ages Re-directing Public Concern from Global Warming (GW) to Global Cooling (GC) (Invited) S F Singer 4 00 P.M. HI14A-1762 POSTER Saving Humanity from Catastrophic Cooling with Geo-Engineering K Haapala S F Singer 4 00 P.M. HI14A-1763 POSTER SOLAS Science and the Environmental Impacts of Geoengineering P Boyd C S Law 4 00 P.M. HI14A-1764 POSTER Comparison of Analysis Methods for Propagation Direction of Pressure jump in Yellow Sea and East China Sea C K Lee S B Woo M S Kim H K Kwon H Kim B I Yoon 4 00 P.M. HI14A-1765 POSTER Studying the impact of different climate engineering techniques on ocean acidification with the Max Planck Institute Earth System Model (Invited) M F Gonzalez T Ilyina S Sonntag 4 00 P.M. HI14A-1766 POSTER Artificial upwelling using the energy of surface waves A Soloviev Monday 4 00 P.M. IS14A Poster Hall Advancing Discovery Observation and Process Studies throughout the Ocean with Robotic Technologies II PostersModerators James Kinsey Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Carl Kaiser Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Yanwu Zhang Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2283 POSTER The Wire Flyer Towed Profiling System C Roman D S Ullman D Hebert 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2284 POSTER High-resolution Bio-Argo and Argo Measurements to Reveal Specific Oceanic Processes A Poteau Monday 4 00 P.M. HI14A Poster Hall Ocean-Atmosphere System Geoengineering Benefits and Detriments Posters (joint with A B PC PO) Moderators Alexander Soloviev Nova Southeastern University Ephim Golbraikh Ben-Gurion University 4 00 P.M. HI14A-1760 POSTER On the role of distributed helicity in the formation of hurricanes E Golbraikh P Frick R Stepanov AGU recognizes and thanks our Organizational Partners for their generous support. This support helps AGU further develop and expand programs and opportunities for members. AGU s organizational partnership program develops relationships with organizations that align with AGU s values of unselfish cooperation in research and the highest standards of scientific integrity while maintaining AGU s reputation. These organizations share a vested interest in and commitment to advancing and communicating science and its power to ensure a sustainable future. 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 87 Scientific Program H Claustre N Briggs F D Ortenzio C Schmechtig L M Prieur 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2285 POSTER Titan Submarine AUV Design for Cryogenic Extraterrestrial Seas of Hydrocarbons R D Lorenz 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2286 POSTER Seawater Sampling by an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Gulper Sample Validation for Nitrate Chlorophyll Phytoplankton and Primary Production J T Pennington M Blum F Chavez 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2287 POSTER Using Navigable Drifters to Optimize Distributed Measurements T MacCready A White 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2288 POSTER Error and precision of deep-sea photogrammetric methods S Peart K Dunlop B Schlining 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2289 POSTER Profiling floats and gliders AUVs powered by ocean temperature differential Y Chao 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2290 POSTER Predictive habitat mapping and iterative planning of image surveys given existing bathymetry and imagery - a machine learning perspective O Pizarro D Rao A Bender D Steinberg S O Callaghan S B Williams 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2291 POSTER A Cabled High Bandwidth Instrument Platform for Continuous Scanning of the Upper Ocean Water Column E McRae J R Delaney D Kelly K L Daly D S Luther G Harkins M Harrington C McGuire J Tilley J Dosher P Waite G Cram O E Kawka 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2292 POSTER Using Autonomous Technologies to Expand Observations of Fish Invertebrates and their Associated Habitats M E E Clarke H Singh E Fruh J Anderson C Whitmire J Taylor 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2293 POSTER Underwater Glider Terrain Relative Navigation for use in Surface Denied Regions B Claus R Bachmayer 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2294 POSTER Precision Geo-Referenced Navigation for Deep-Diving Autonomous Underwater Gliders and Enabled Scientific Applications J C Kinsey M Jakuba J W Partan S Webster 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2295 POSTER Water-Column Stratification Observed along an AUV-Tracked Isotherm Y Zhang M Messi J P Ryan B Kieft M J Stanway B Hobson T C O Reilly B Y Raanan J M Smith F Chavez A Bowen C R German L L Whitcomb J C Kinsey D Yoerger L Mayer C McFarland S Suman J Bailey C Judge S Elliott D Gomez-Ibanez C Machado C L Taylor C Katlein S Arndt H Singh T Maksym S Laney M Nicolaus A Boetius Monday 4 00 P.M. IS14B Poster Hall Lidar Aircraft and Satellite Retrievals of Ecological and Physical Processes in the Ocean III Posters (joint with A OD) Moderators Jason Graff Oregon State University Ivona Cetinic University of Maine Luc Lenain University of California San Diego Deric Gray US Naval Research Laboratory 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2302 POSTER ProVal First data from a new Argo profiler dedicated to high quality radiometric measurement E Organelli E Leymarie C Penkerc h H Claustre D Antoine S Marty 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2303 POSTER Evaluating the Accuracy of MODIS Products in the Southern Scean Using Tagged Marine Predators and Measuring Significant Change in 12 Years of [Chl-a] Zeu and Cloud Fraction Data. L Biermann L Boehme C Guinet 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2304 POSTER Spectral and Angular Degree of Polarization of the Water Leaving Radiance from the Ocean D J Gray D B Gillis J H Bowles D Korwan D Miller G Lamela 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2305 POSTER NOAA activities in support of in situ validation observations for satellite ocean color products and related ocean science research V P Lance P M DiGiacomo M Ondrusek E Stengel M Soracco M Wang 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2306 POSTER Diurnal cycle of phytoplankton carbon and chlorophyll during the 36-hour experiment in the Adriatic Sea G Volpe S Colella J Pitarch M Bellacicco A Di Cicco M Sammartino F Falcini F Artuso S Marullo R Santoleri 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2307 POSTER Merging glider and ocean color data to accurately estimate phytoplankton biomass in Oregon s coastal waters M McKibben R K Shearman J A Barth A E White 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2308 POSTER Phytoplankton biomass and composition variability within different biogeochemical regimes in the N. Atlantic during the 2014 Ship-Aircraft Bio-Optical Research (SABOR) experiment N Poulton I Cetinic W H Slade L Lubelczyk M J Perry 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2309 POSTER WITHDRAWN POWER ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL TRENDS IN PHYTOPLANKTON CARBON BIOMASS AND SIZE CLASSES RETRIEVED FROM A MERGED OCEAN COLOR DATA SET T S Kostadinov 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2310 POSTER Satellite derived estimates of global export flux composition and attenuation in the mesopelagic K Bisson D Siegel 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2311 POSTER Remote sensing of aerosol and marine parameters in coastal environments Exploring the advantage of using polarized radiative transfer simulations of the coupled atmosphere-water system to analyze ocean color measurements K H Stamnes 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2312 POSTER Evaluation of SNPP VIIRS Ocean Color Products on the Louisiana Shelf (PlumeCASE Experiment) S Ladner J Jolliff W Goode A Lawson P Martinolich 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2313 POSTER Airborne Laser Hydrography II W Philpot J Wozencraft Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2296 POSTER SeeStar an open-source low-cost imaging system for subsea observations F Cazenave C D Kecy S Haddock 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2297 POSTER Flow Mapping Based on the MotionIntegration Errors of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles D Chang C R Edwards F Zhang 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2298 POSTER Mesobot A New Class of Robot for Investigating the Ocean s Interior D Yoerger A Govindarajan J Llopiz P H Wiebe J C Howland C R German B H Robison K Katija S Rock 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2299 POSTER Technology Advances Enabling a New Class of Hybrid Underwater Vehicles A Bowen 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2300 POSTER New Methods for Estimating Water Current Velocity Fields from Autonomous Underwater Vehicles J C Kinsey L Medagoda 4 00 P.M. IS14A-2301 POSTER Nereid Under Ice (NUI) A Hybrid Remotely Operated Vehicle for Under Ice Telepresence M Jakuba 88 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2314 POSTER The effect of optically active turbulence on Gaussian laser beams in the ocean G Nootz S Matt E Jarosz W Hou 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2315 POSTER TURBulence Ocean Lidar (TURBOL) preliminary results of laboratory experiments D B Josset W Hou W Goode G Nootz S Matt 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2316 POSTER Polarized Shipboard LIDAR Ocean Profiler for Subsurface Bio-Optical Layer Characterization A D Weidemann D J Gray S Cayula W Goode B Penta J M Sullivan 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2317 POSTER On the Use of Aerial SST Observations for Surface Submesoscale Flows M J Molemaker 4 00 P.M. IS14B-2318 POSTER The Helicopter Observation Platform for Marine and Continental Boundary Layer Studies R Avissar K Broad R L Walko W M Drennan 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0573 POSTER The Effects of Groundwaterassociated Nutrients on Benthic Community Composition in Maunalua Bay Hawaii F F La Valle F I M Thomas 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0574 POSTER Assessing Niger-Delta Wetland Resources A Case-Study of Mangrove Ecosystem R H Anwan P E Ndimele O O Whenu M A Anetekhai M A Essien-Ibok E S Erondu 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0575 POSTER A Spatial Method to Calculate SmallScale Fisheries Extent A F Johnson M Moreno-B ez A Giron-Nava J Corominas B Erisman E Ezcurra O Aburto-Oropeza 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0576 POSTER Disturbance of Essential Fish Habitat by Commercial Passive Fishing Gear in the Delaware Maryland and Virginia region of the Mid-Atlantic Bight C Schweitzer 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0577 POSTER Spatial Distribution and Effects of Sewage in Coastal Hawaiian Waters L Abaya T N Wiegner S Colbert K Lindsey J Beets 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0578 POSTER From science to policy A road map for a sustainable resource management in Turkey s marine EEZs A Gazihan B Salihoglu E Akoglu T Oguz 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0579 POSTER Indirect Effects and Potential Cumulative Impacts of Dredging in an Urbanized Estuary C K Sommerfield J Chen D K Ralston W R Geyer 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0580 POSTER Defining the Habitat of Pacific Tuna of the Eastern Tropical Pacific from Satellite Imagery Climatologies and a Global Circulation Model M G Hinton D A Kiefer E M Armstrong D P Harrison D Menemenlis C Hu 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0581 POSTER Ecosystem model of the entire Beaufort Sea marine ecosystem a tool for assessing food-web structure and ecosystem changes from 1970 to 2014 P M Suprenand C Hoover 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0582 POSTER Predicting the spatial and temporal distributions of marine fish species utilizing earth system data in a MaxEnt model framework L Wang L A Kerr E Bridger 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0583 POSTER SST Anomalies Seasonality and Phenology Changes on the NE U.S. and Scotian Shelf A C Thomas R Weatherbee A J Pershing K Mills J A Nye M E Henderson 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0584 POSTER Taking the Pulse of a Large Marine Ecosystem An Inventory and Gap Analysis of Long-Term Recovery Monitoring Efforts in the Gulf of Mexico C Robbins A Baldera R Spies M Love 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0585 POSTER Impacts of Bottom Fishing on Sediment Biogeochemical and Biological Parameters in Cohesive and Non-cohesive Sediments M Sciberras J G Hiddink C Powell R Parker S Kr ger S G Bolam C Robertson 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0586 POSTER Long-term Changes in a Spatially Subsidized Insular Ecosystem in the Archipelago of Bah a de los ngeles Mexico T M Fournier D M Talley T S Talley Z Y Yin A Lozano 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0587 POSTER Ocean observing systems support operational forecasts for the timing of Maine s lobster fishery K Mills C Hernandez A J Pershing 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0588 POSTER Ecosystem Changes in the Diminishing Aral Sea Observed by Satellites W Shi M Wang Monday 4 00 P.M. ME14A Poster Hall Advances in Interdisciplinary Research to Understand and Sustain Coastal and Marine Ecosystems IV Posters (joint with ED HI P) Moderators Katherine Mills Gulf of Maine Research Institute Yanyun Liu University of Miami 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0564 POSTER Seaweed and Biomass production K T Nadiradze 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0565 POSTER Sand Compaction Impact On Burrowing Preferences of the Atlantic Ghost Crab in Padre Island National Seashore Texas R W Dixon C G Townsend S L Peters 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0566 POSTER Costs and benefits of multidisciplinary fixed-point ocean observations L Cristini 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0567 POSTER Operational Prediction of the Habitat Suitability Index (HSI) Distribution for Neon Flying Squid in Central North Pacific by Using FORA Dataset and a New Data Assimilation System SKUIDS H Igarashi Y Ishikawa T Wakamatsu Y Tanaka S Nishikawa H Nishikawa M Kamachi T Kuragano Y Takatsuki Y Fujii N Usui T Toyoda N Hirose M Sakai S I Saitoh Y Imamura 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0568 POSTER Quantifying the ability of green infrastructure to reduce coastal zone pollution D Hsueh W R McGillis R Gibson P J Culligan N H Shetty B J Mailloux 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0569 POSTER Reproductive biology of the female Jonah crab from the Maryland-Virginia Coastal Zone H Dunn B G Stevens 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0570 POSTER Application of Dredged Materials and Steelmaking Slag as Basal Media to Restore and Create Seagrass Beds Mesocosm and Core Incubation Experiments M Suzumura A Tsukasaki N Tsurushima T Nakazato Y Huang T Tanimoto N Yamada W Nishijima 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0571 POSTER The Influence of Salmon Recolonization on Riparian Communities in the Cedar River Washington USA J Moravek H Clipp P Kiffney 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0572 POSTER Assessment of Model Uncertainty in the Prediction of Seasonal and Annual Variability in the Black Sea B Salihoglu S S Arkin B Fach E Akoglu 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 89 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0589 POSTER A Population-Based Approach to Restore and Manage Ruppia Maritima (Wigeongrass) in the Highly Variable Everglades-Florida Bay Ecotone T M Strazisar M Koch C J Madden 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0590 POSTER WITHDRAWN Thinking Strategically in the Aleutian Archipelago M Robards D Burn A Poe 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0591 POSTER Ecosystem Services a Framework for Environmental Management of the Deep Sea J T Le L A Levin R T Carson 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0592 POSTER WITHDRAWN A Proposed Alternative Measure for Climate Change Potential F A DeGroff 4 00 P.M. ME14A-0593 POSTER WITHDRAWN Changing Ocean Changing Economics Impact of Rising Temperatures on the American Lobster Landings and on the US-Canada Lobster Economics in the Emerging Chinese Market C H J Sun 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0603 POSTER WITHDRAWN Short-finned Pilot Whales (Globicephala macrorhynchus) Target Gulf Stream and Shelf Break Waters in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Bight L H Thorne H Foley D Webster R Baird Z Swaim A Read 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0604 POSTER Observed foraging behaviour of killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the northwest Atlantic T S Stevens J W Lawson R Kenney 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0605 POSTER WITHDRAWN Generalists or Specialists Stable Isotope Analysis of Humpback Whales (Megapteranoveangliae) to Infer Variation in Feeding Preferences A Brownstein K M Boswell 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0606 POSTER An Example of Comprehensive Research on Little-Known Cetaceans The Irrawaddy dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris) in the Eastern Gulf of Thailand J JacksonRicketts E Hines R I Ruiz-Cooley D P Costa 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0607 POSTER ANALYSIS OF THYRRENIAN SEAMOUNTS ATTRACTIVENESS ON STRIPED DOLPHIN AND SEATURTLE.C. Fiori J. Alessi A. Mandich C. Paoli P. Vassallo 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0608 POSTER Marine mammal distribution in the open ocean a comparison of ocean color data products and levant time scales J Ohern 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0609 POSTER Diving Behaviors and Habitat Use of Adult Female Steller Sea Lion (Eumetopias jubatus) A Top Predator of the Bering Sea and North Pacific Ocean Ecosystems M E Lander B Fadely T Gelatt J Sterling D Johnson M Haulena S McDermott 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0610 POSTER Satellite tagging remote sensing and autonomous vehicles reveal interactions between physiology and environment in a North Pacific top marine predator species N Pelland J Sterling A Springer S Iverson D Johnson M A Lea N A Bond R Ream C Lee C Eriksen 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0611 POSTER It s in Their Bones 2000 Years of Pacific Walrus Adaptability and Resilience N Misarti L Horstmann C T Clark P Charapata L Olson T L Fulton A M Jensen 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0612 POSTER Aspects of the Physiology and Behavior of an Endothermic Fish the Opah Lampris guttatus A Wright J Hyde N Wegner 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0613 POSTER Relationships between mercury concentration and food selectivity of many kinds of fishes in Minamata Bay K Mori G Kanaya 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0614 POSTER Trophic Ecology and Movement Patters of Tiger Sharks (Galeocerdo Cuvier) off the Western North Atlantic Coastal and Continental Shelf Waters G Sancho R Edman B Frazier W Bubley 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0615 POSTER Spatiotemporal & Ecological Processes Associated With Goliath Grouper Aggregations in Southeastern Florida B M Binder K M Boswell 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0616 POSTER WITHDRAWN Modeling the oceanic habitats of pelagic fish using recreational fisheries data S Brodie A J Hobday J A Smith J R Hartog C M Spillman J D Everett M D Taylor C A Gray I M Suthers 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0617 POSTER Otolith chemistry discriminates natal signatures of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) in the Atlantic Ocean L L Kitchens J R Rooker Monday 4 00 P.M. ME14B Poster Hall Advances in the Ecology Behavior Physiology or Conservation of Marine Top Predators III Posters (joint with HI O) Moderators Mark Baumgartner Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Daniel Palacios Oregon State University 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0594 POSTER Integration of oceanographic data with fin whale calling presence in the Bering Sea S Dasarathy C Berchok P J Stabeno J Crance 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0595 POSTER WITHDRAWN Habitat-based Density Models for a Marine Predator - the Harbour Porpoise in the North Sea A Gilles S Viquerat E Becker K Forney S Geelhoed J Haelters J Nabe-Nielsen M Scheidat U Siebert S Sveegaard F van Beest R van Bemmelen G Aarts 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0596 POSTER WITHDRAWN Using Vocal Dialects to Assess the Population Structure of Bigg s Killer Whales in Alaska D L Sharpe P R Wade M Castellote L A Cornick 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0597 POSTER Bulk and Compound Specific Isotope Analysis Provide Insights into Habitat Use and Diet Variability Among Female Sperm Whales (Physeter macrocephalus) from the Eastern Tropical Pacific J R Zupcic-Moore R I Ruiz-Cooley M D McCarthy P L Koch Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0598 POSTER Are whale prey euphausiids associated with steep bathymetric features in the California Current Ecosystem C F Nickels 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0599 POSTER Factors Impacting the Migration Paths of Humpback Whales Megaptera novaeangliae in Queensland Australia C J Lemckert J Reinke O Meynecke 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0600 POSTER WITHDRAWN Baleen whale ecology and feeding habitat use in the Bay of Fundy Canada K T A Davies M Brown C T Taggart 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0601 POSTER Description of the Marine Traffic inside the Pelagos Sanctuary for Mediterranean Marine Mammals Key Information for Conservation Policy A Moulins M D inc M Rosso P Tepsich F G Coomber 4 00 P.M. ME14B-0602 POSTER Habitat of calling blue and fin whales in the Southern California Bight A Sirovic E Chou M A Roch 90 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Monday 4 00 P.M. ME14C Poster Hall Big Data in Marine Ecology Advances and Applications Posters (joint with IS MM OD PP) Moderators Jessica Luo University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Jesse Zaneveld Oregon State University Francis Chan Oregon State University Stephen Giovannoni Oregon State University 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0618 POSTER Tara Oceans approach and new challenges in studying the ocean microbiome at global scale L P Coelho S Sunagawa S Chaffron C Bowler P Winker E Karsenti J Raes S G Acinas P Bork 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0619 POSTER Investigation of Antarctic Marine Metazoan Biodiversity Through Metagenomic Analysis of Environmental DNA D A Cowart C C Cheng K Murphy 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0620 POSTER COMPARATIVE TRANSCRIPTOMICS TO IDENTIFY NOVEL GENES AND PATHWAYS IN DINOFLAGELLATES D Ryan 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0621 POSTER Connecting the dots in the Gulf of the Farallones linking physical ocean conditions and nutrients to the ecological success of planktivorous predators R J Hartnett J Jahncke F P Wilkerson K J Nielsen 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0622 POSTER dataMares An online platform for the fast effective dissemination of science O Aburto-Oropeza M Moreno-B ez A Giron-Nava R Lopez-Sag stegui A F Johnson C Lopez-Sag stegui 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0623 POSTER Mining big data sets of plankton images a zero-shot learning approach to retrieve labels without training data E C Orenstein P M Morgado E Peacock H M Sosik J S Jaffe 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0624 POSTER Acquisition processing and visualization of big data as applied to robust multivariate impact models L Romeo K Rose J R Bauer D Dick J Nelson A Bunn K E Buenau A M Coleman 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0625 POSTER A Tale of Two Crowds K L Robinson J Y Luo C Guigand S Sponaugle R K Cowen 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0626 POSTER An Ecometric Study of Recent Microfossils using High-throughput Imaging L E Elder P M Hull A Y Hsiang S Kahanamoku 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0627 POSTER IMOS How seals are changing the way we monitor the Southern Ocean R Harcourt C McMahon I Jonsen S Goldsworthy M Hindell X Hoenner M Thums 4 00 P.M. ME14C-0628 POSTER Big Data Approaches To CoralMicrobe Symbiosis J Zaneveld F J Pollock R McMinds S Smith J Payet B Hanna R Welsh A Foster A Ohdera A A Shantz D E Burkepile J A Maynard M Medina R Vega Thurber 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0629 POSTER Effects of light conditions and temperature gradients on vertical migration behavior of larval Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) and walleye pollock (Gadus chalcogramma) K R Flanders B Laurel 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0630 POSTER Degrees of Isolation The Impact of Climate Change on the Dispersal and Population Genetic Structure of Two Antarctic Fish Species E F Young M Belchier M P Meredith N Tysklind G R Carvalho 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0631 POSTER WITHDRAWN King-Crab Invasion of the Antarctic Benthos J C Schiferl R B Aronson K Smith J B McClintock C Cacciapaglia 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0632 POSTER WITHDRAWN Cryptic diversity in the estuarine copepod Acartia tonsa reproductive isolation and lineage-specific divergence in transcriptomic response to salinity stress L V Plough 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0633 POSTER Metabarcoding Baseline for the Sargasso Sea Zooplankton Community L Blanco-Bercial S Alam 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0634 POSTER Diel Seasonal and Interannual Variability in Abundance of Major Mesozooplankton Taxa in the Sargasso Sea as Related to Changing Environmental Parameters J Ivory D K Steinberg R J Latour 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0635 POSTER Seasonality and the Response of the Thecosome Pteropod Limacina retroversa to CO2 in the Gulf of Maine A Maas A M Tarrant A J Bergan A Z Wang G L Lawson 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0636 POSTER Projected shifts in copepod surface communities in the Mediterranean Sea under several climate change scenarios F Benedetti F Guilhaumon F Adloff J O Irisson S D Ayata 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0637 POSTER Modeling Global Relationships Between Climate and Scyphozoan Jellyfish Blooms N Henschke C A Stock J L Sarmiento 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0638 POSTER Variable responses in marine community structure to changes in temperature P H Flanagan 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0639 POSTER Variation in the Adaptive Capacity of Plankton Alters Marine Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change C T Kremer C A Stock D Vasseur J L Sarmiento 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0640 POSTER The Influence of Life History Variability on Population Connectivity Development and Application of a Trait-Based Biophysical Model of Individuals J Wong-Ala A B Neuheimer M Hixon B Powell 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0641 POSTER A Biophysical Model for Hawaiian Coral Reefs Coupling Local Ecology Larval Transport and Climate Change M R Kapur 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0642 POSTER Who s your daddy Using RADseq to explore survival and paternity in the clownfish Amphiprion clarkii. M R Stuart M L Pinsky 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0643 POSTER Changes in Reef Fish Abundances Associated with the Introduction of Indo-Pacific Lionfish to the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary a Twenty Year Time Series M Hepner F E Muller-Karger S Gittings C Stallings 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0644 POSTER The coral reef balancing act a multi-scale analysis of accretion and erosion along a natural environmental gradient N Silbiger M J Donahue Monday 4 00 P.M. ME14D Poster Hall Exploring the Spatial and Temporal Scales of Marine Animal Response to Global Change Posters (joint with PC) Moderators Melissa Pespeni University of Vermont Amy Maas Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences Hannes Baumann University of Connecticut Leocadio Blanco-Bercial Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 91 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0645 POSTER American Horshoe Crab (Limulus polyphemus) Population Ecology within the Northern Gulf of Mexico S C Carter R H Carmichael M Estes Jr M McBarnes 4 00 P.M. ME14D-0646 POSTER Nitrous oxide production from temperate and tropical oyster species in response to nutrient loading H Chan M Garate S Moseman-Valtierra M Ostrowski S Mazard I Paulsen 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0659 POSTER STUDY THE SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF PLANKTON AND FORAGE FISH IN THE GULF OF KHAMBHAT USING NPZFD MODEL V Kumar S Kumar 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0660 POSTER Dynamic Changes of Photosynthetic Picoeukaryotes Composition in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean Revealed by High-Throughput Tag Sequencing of Plastid 16S rRNA Gene J H Noh D H Choi K E Selph C M Lee 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0661 POSTER WITHDRAWN Investigating longterm interactions between phytoplankton and zooplankton in the NE Atlantic and North Sea R Khouri C Beaulieu S Henson A P Martin M Edwards 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0662 POSTER Using Bottle Incubation Experiments to assess Nutrient Limitations and Plankton Community Interactions in the Red Sea during different Seasonal Cycles I K Schulz X Irigoien J Pearman B K rten 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0663 POSTER Phytoplankton Microcosm An Oceanic Study on Algal Blooms and Ciliate Community Composition J D Grattepanche D Juarez G B McManus L A Katz 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0664 POSTER Comparing present (DNA) and active (RNA) marine ciliate communities across depth gradients S J Tucker L A Katz G B McManus J D Grattepanche 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0665 POSTER Spatial and Temporal Variability of Phytoplankton Communities in a Tidal Front Ecosystem the Iroise Sea (N-E Atlantic) L Memery M Cadier M Sourisseau T Gorgues 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0666 POSTER Intra- and interannual dynamics of dinoflagellate bloom species in the James River an urban tidal estuary in Virginia USA M A Echevarria 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0667 POSTER Metagenetic Sequencing of Zooplankton Communities in the High-Diversity Central North Pacific S A Matthews L van Woudenberg M Iacchei P H Lenz E Goetze 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0668 POSTER How diverse is the oxygen consumption during the life cycle of the pelagic tunicate Dolioletta gegenbauri M Koester G A Paffenhofer 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0669 POSTER Multivariate Analysis of Short Term Spatial and Temporal Variations in Plankton Communities and Marine Snow in the Offshore Gulf of Mexico as Estimated by the Video Plankton Recorder and MOCNESS F D Marin M Sutor 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0670 POSTER DNA Barcoding of Zooplankton in the Hampton Roads Area A Biodiversity Assessment A Salcedo M H McFarland D M Gibson E Rodr guez 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0671 POSTER Biodiversity Community and Trophic Structure of the Suprabenthos of the Gulf of C diz Guadalquivir Estuary Coupled System Linking Pelagic-Benthic and TerrestrialMarine Ecosystems C Vilas 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0672 POSTER Coupling molecules and morphology to discover new clades of ciliates J D Grattepanche X X Maurer-Alcal S J Tucker G B McManus L A Katz 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0673 POSTER How Phytoplankton Membranes Cope With Steep Ionic Strength (Salinity) Gradient B Gasparovic T Sesar M Cankovic Z Ljubesi E Hrusti Z Zhu R Zhang J Du Monday 4 00 P.M. ME14E Poster Hall Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods IV Posters (joint with B MM PO PP) Moderators Sergio Vallina Instituto de Ciencias del Mar Pedro Cermeno Instituto de Ciencias del Mar 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0647 POSTER Sargassum-associated mobile fauna communities in the Caribbean Gulf of Mexico and Sargasso Sea L Martin J M Schell D Goodwin D Biggs A N Siuda 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0648 POSTER ELUCIDATING GLOBAL PATTERNS IN FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF MARINE CHROMOPHYTIC PHYTOPLANKTON BASED ON RBCL DEEP PHYLOGENY B Samanta 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0649 POSTER Brigantedinium majusculum is the cyst of Protoperidinium sinuosum (Protoperidiniaceae Dinophyceae) Z LI E S Kim M S Han H H Shin 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0650 POSTER Morphology and phylogeny of Pentapharsodinium jinhaense sp. nov. (Dinophyceae) producing a calcareous resting cyst H H Shin Z LI J Y Youn E S Kim 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0651 POSTER Coupling Eco-Physiology and Shell Geochemistry of California Mussels Carry-Over Effects of Larval Exposure to Upwelling and Relaxation Regimes E Rivest T M Hill B Gaylord E Sanford J S Fehrenbacher A D Russell 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0652 POSTER Seasonal and inter-annual changes in mesozooplankton community at Mombetsu Harbor southern Okhotsk Sea during 1997 to 2012 D Arima S Hamaoka S Katakura A Yamaguchi I Imai 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0653 POSTER Occurrence of Trichodesmium in south-southeastern Brazilian shelf slope distribution nutrient acquisition and coexistence with other microplanktonic organisms M B Bif M S de Souza J S Yunes Sr Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0654 POSTER The Distribution of dinoflagellates cysts in surface sediment samples from Failaka Island has been examined from 30 samples. Emphasis has been placed in ellipsoidal cysts of the genus Alexandrium. Results show two concurrent cyst distribution trends in latitudinal and longitudinal directions M M Husain 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0655 POSTER Temporal Dynamics of Microbial Plankton Diversity at a Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Site M Nagarkar B Palenik E Daniels 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0656 POSTER Intraspecific Adaptations to Thermal Gradients in a Cosmopolitan Coccolithophore P G Matson T M Ladd D Iglesias-Rodriguez 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0657 POSTER Seasonal Phenology of Zooplankton Composition in the Southeastern Bering Sea 2008-2010 L B Eisner A I Pinchuk C Harpold E C Siddon K Mier 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0658 POSTER Spatial and temporal variation in the prokaryotic community in the Australian Tropical Ocean T Huang 92 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0674 POSTER Identifying krill eggs in the central California current using novel multiplex PCR primers Applications and limitations C N Carrion 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0675 POSTER Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Plankton and Microbial Dynamics in the Offshore Gulf of Mexico After the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill M Sutor K Longnecker 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0676 POSTER WITHDRAWN Large-Scale Microzooplankton Abundance and Diversity in the North Sea in Mid-Winter F Bils M Moyano M A Peck 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0677 POSTER Seasonality in the Mesozooplankton Community of Delaware Bay USA A Wickline J Cohen 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0678 POSTER Remote Sensing of Phytoplankton Size Distribution Phenology D J Shields A Cabre I Marinov T S Kostadinov D Fine 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0679 POSTER Spatial and Temporal Physical Patterns Shape Synechococcus Ecophysiology and Population Dynamics in a New England Salt Marsh Estuary K R Mackey P Lescault L Murphy 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0680 POSTER Seasonal Variation in Copepod Community Structure in the Central Red Sea M H Sichlau X Irigoien 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0681 POSTER Phytoplankton productivity and microzooplankton grazing within planktonic thin layers in the northern Gulf of Mexico A Boyette D Redalje J W Krause W M Graham 4 00 P.M. ME14E-0682 POSTER Unprecedented Proliferation of Novel Pelagic Sargassum Form has Implications for Ecosystem Function and Regional Diversity in the Caribbean A N Siuda J M Schell D S Goodwin 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1884 POSTER WITHDRAWN Massively Parallel Transport Model for Radioactivity from Produced Water on the Norwegian Continental Shelf T Nordam J Skancke R Nepstad T Janke 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1885 POSTER WITHDRAWN Combined technology for observing understanding and predicting suspended particle transport and fate from anthropogenic discharges in coastal waters E J Davies 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1886 POSTER 7Be as an Indicator of Terrigenous Sediment Input to Coastal Environments St. John US Virgin Islands R A Larson G Brooks S C Gray C E Ramos-Scharron S Cambell N M Clark 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1887 POSTER Sand Needs and Resources Offshore New York J M Lashley R D Flood M White H J Bokuniewicz C Hinrichs R E Wilson 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1888 POSTER RESPONSE OF SEDIMENTARY REGIME IN MIDDLE BOHAI SEA AND OFF THE DELTA TO THE CHANNEL MIGRATION AND DELTAIC COURSE SHIFTS OF THE YELLOW RIVER SINCE 1855 D Fan S Zheng M Liu Y Liao Z Yang 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1889 POSTER Linking Monsoon Activity with River-Derived Sediment Deposition in the northern South China Sea Q Ge Z G G Xue P Liu F Chu 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1890 POSTER Geoacoustic Characterization of the Mud Drape at the New England Mud Patch A H Reed 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1891 POSTER Seismic geomorphology of the Lobed-channel System of Upper Miocene Huangliu Formation Yinggehai Basin Northwestern South China Sea H Liu 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1892 POSTER Modeling Morphological Changes in the Danshui River Estuary during Typhoon Season in 2008 Y Ding K C Yeh T C Hsieh 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1893 POSTER QUANTIFYING FLOCCULATION SETTLING DYNAMICS OF NATURAL FINE-GRAINED SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS FLOCCIN ACROSS THE USA A J Manning D H Schoellhamer A J Mehta G Schladow S G Monismith I B Huang J S Kuwabara J L Carter A Sheremet D R Parsons R J S Whitehouse D Todd T Benson J Spearman Monday 4 00 P.M. MG14A Poster Hall Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales II Posters (joint with EC PO TP) Moderators Courtney Harris Virginia Inst Marin Science Christopher Sherwood U. S. Geological Survey Patrick Barnard USGS California Water Science Center San Diego 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1879 POSTER Towards Improved Constitutive Laws for Two-Phase Flow Sediment Transport Models Application to Sheet-Flow Under Unidirectional Flow Forcing J Chauchat Z Cheng T J Hsu 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1880 POSTER Turbulence-resolving Two-Phase Flow Simulations of Wave-induced Boundary Layer over Sloped Bed Evaluation of Wave-supported Gravity Flow Dynamics and Off-shore Sediment Transport C E Ozdemir 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1881 POSTER Necessary Conditions for the Langmuir Supercell Events That Dominate Sediment Transport on Shallow Shelves A Gargett D K Savidge J R Wells 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1882 POSTER Effect of typhoon Maemi on the hydrographic regime and sediment resuspension along the crossshelf transect PN in the East China Sea Z Yang Y Li X Sun 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1883 POSTER Observations of flow and sediment transport at Pt. Dume Malibu D A George J L Largier M Robart C D Storlazzi 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1895 POSTER Evaluating the effects of cohesive processes on sediment distribution in an idealized partially-mixed estuary using a numerical model D Tarpley C K Harris C T Friedrichs 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1896 POSTER Sediment Transport Processes over the Seasonally Vegetated Bayhead Delta of the Susquehanna River Upper Chesapeake Bay L P Sanford C M Palinkas C Gurbisz E Russ A Myrie 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1897 POSTER Bottom Boundary Layer Sediment Transport Processes in Fourleague Bay of Louisiana and Their Implication to Sediment Diversion and Coastal Restoration J Wang K Xu S J Bentley G A Restreppo 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1898 POSTER The Recent Microrelief Features of the Yangtze Estuary S H Wu 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 93 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1894 POSTER Effects of Sediment Concentration on Removal Rate and Settling Velocity of Particles in the Minas Basin Bay of Fundy Canada T G Milligan B A Law P S Hill 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1899 POSTER WITHDRAWN 3D Depositional Model in a Complex Incised Valley Fill An Example from the Late Messinian Abu Madi Formation Nile Delta Basin Egypt A M E S Nasr El-Deen Badawy 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1900 POSTER Use of X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) in Atlantic Basin Paleotempestology F Oliva M C Peros A E Viau 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1901 POSTER Sedimentation Dynamics of a Sediment-laden River Intrusions in a Large Alpine Lake K Scheu D Fong S G Monismith O B Fringer 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1902 POSTER Back-barrier and seabed sediment dynamics in the Albemarle-Pamlico estuarine system North Carolina J P Walsh D R Corbett 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1903 POSTER Hurricane-induced Sediment Transport and Morphological Change in Jamaica Bay New York K Hu Q J Chen 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1904 POSTER Storm-induced geomorphological changes in a shallow back-barrier estuary Z Defne N K Ganju 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1905 POSTER Sedimentary Features of the Coastal Wetlands of Breton Sound and Barataria Bay in the Mississippi River Delta and their Implications for Sediment Transport and Coastal Restoration C Johnson Q J Chen A Karimpour S J Bentley C White K Xu J Wang M Fanguy 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1906 POSTER Long-Distance Delivery of Fine Sediment to Wetlands from a Bay-Head Delta A Possible Analog for Large River-Sediment Diversions and Coastal Wetland Restoration G A Restreppo S J Bentley K Xu J Wang 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1907 POSTER What Role do Hurricanes Play in Sediment Delivery to Subsiding River Deltas J E Smith IV 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1908 POSTER Models and Observations of Overwash Processes C R Sherwood P Traykovski 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1909 POSTER Parameterization of Beach and Dune Recovery to Inform Decadal Scale Prediction of Barrier Island Evolution S Dalyander J Long D Thompson 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1910 POSTER Lidar observations of wind- and wave-driven morphological evolution of coastal foredunes N Spore K L Brodie C M Kershner 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1911 POSTER Development of a Probabilistic Decision-Support Model to Forecast Coastal Resilience K Wilson I Safak O Brenner E E Lentz C J Hapke 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1912 POSTER Coastal morphological change and inundation predictions due to tropical cyclones A Penko J Veeramony 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1913 POSTER Beach Nourishment and the Sediment Budget in Southern California B C Ludka R T Guza W C O Reilly 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1914 POSTER Observations of Waves and Currents on an Inundated Barrier Island the Role of the Back-Barrier Basin A Engelstad M van der Vegt G Ruessink D Wesselman 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1915 POSTER Observations of Beach-Dune Interaction in Man-Made Trough Blowouts G Ruessink B Arens M Kuipers E Van Onselen J Donker 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1916 POSTER XBeach and CSHORE Numerical Model Assessment of the Beach and Foredune Morphodynamic Response of a Barrier Island during Hurricane Storm Surge Inundation Folletts Island Case Study J Figlus 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1917 POSTER Variance in Dominant Grain Size Across the Mississippi River Delta K L Miller E L Chamberlain C R Esposito R W Wagner D C Mohrig 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1918 POSTER Morphodynamic modelling of the Fire Island Wilderness Breach M Van Ormondt 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1919 POSTER Measuring and Modeling Temporal Changes in Beach and Swash Stratigraphy H M Wadman E L Gallagher J McNinch A Reniers M K kts 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1920 POSTER Landlab A numerical modeling framework for evolving Earth surfaces from mountains to the coast (Invited) N M Gasparini J M Adams G E Tucker D E J Hobley E W H Hutton E Istanbulluoglu S S Nudurupati 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1921 POSTER Crossing the Shoreline Divide Toward modeling the co-evolution of dune beach and nearshore systems (Invited) L J Moore J A Roelvink P Ruggiero N Cohn B Hoonhout O Duran Vinent E B Goldstein S de Vries 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1922 POSTER Multi-Decadal Coastal Behavioural States From A Fusion Of Geohistorical Conceptual Modelling With 2-D Morphodynamic Modelling I D Goodwin T Mortlock 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1923 POSTER Wave-Dominated Coastlines Responding to Climate Change Large-Scale Morphodynamics Human Involvement and Possible Path Dependence A B Murray A D Ashton A Barkwith M A Ellis K D Ells M D Hurst D McNamara C Thomas J Wood 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1924 POSTER Forecasting sea cliff retreat in Southern California using process-based models and artificial neural networks P W Limber P Barnard L H Erikson 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1925 POSTER Southern California coastal response to CMIP5 projected 21st century wave conditions C Hegermiller L H Erikson P Barnard P N Adams 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1926 POSTER What a difference a beach makes. Hydrodynamic modeling and validation of wave overtopping flooding at two southern California beaches T Gallien 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1927 POSTER Shoreface-connected sand ridges control on decadal-scale shoreline morphology I Safak J C Warner J H List W C Schwab M Liste 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1928 POSTER Shoreline Measurement for 30 Years and Projection by the End of This Century M Banno Y Kuriyama N Hashimoto 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1929 POSTER A hybrid downscaling approach for the analysis of coastline response to changing climate forcing in the period 1900-2010 J A Alvarez Antolinez A B Murray F J Mendez M Y Medrano Guti rrez A S Cofino 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1930 POSTER An Inverse Approach to Identifying Trends in Cross-Shore and Longshore Beach Behavior from Temporally Sparse Data T R Anderson L N Frazer 4 00 P.M. MG14A-1931 POSTER Towards a Multi-scale Montecarlo Climate Emulator for Coastal Flooding and Long-Term Coastal Change Modeling The Beautiful Problem A Rueda J A Alvarez Antolinez K Serafin D L Anderson F J Mendez P Ruggiero P Barnard L H Erikson S Vitousek P Camus A Tomas M Gonzalez Scientific Program 94 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Monday 4 00 P.M. OD14A Poster Hall Ocean Observatory Science Unprecedented Access to the Sea II Posters (joint with A IS ME PO) Moderators Richard Dewey University of Victoria Oscar Schofield Rutgers University Deborah Kelly University of Washington Seattle Campus Hidekatsu Yamazaki Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2392 POSTER Development and Test of an Infrastructure Free Real-Time Water Level Measurement System E R Breuer R Heitsenrether W Hensley III W Krug D Wolcott 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2393 POSTER The Analysis of Earthquake Rupture Length and Tsunamis Run Up Based on Information of Time Duration (Case Study 11 April 2012 s Aceh Twin Earthquakes) A M Julius A V Diansari 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2394 POSTER The Ocean Observatories Initiative Data Access and Visualization via the Graphical User Interface L M Garzio L Belabbassi F Knuth M J Smith M F Crowley M Vardaro 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2395 POSTER Quality Assurance of Real-Time Oceanographic Data from the Cabled Array of the Ocean Observatories Initiative O E Kawka J S Nelson D S Kelley 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2396 POSTER The Ocean Observatories Initiative Data Acquisition Functions and Its Built-In Automated Python Modules M J Smith M Vardaro M F Crowley S M Glenn O Schofield L Belabbassi L M Garzio F Knuth J P Fram 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2397 POSTER The Ocean Observatories Initiative Unprecedented access to real-time data streaming from the Cabled Array through OOI Cyberinfrastructure F Knuth M Vardaro L Belabbassi M J Smith L M Garzio M F Crowley O E Kawka 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2398 POSTER Extraction of crustal deformation from seafloor hydraulic pressure gauges to estimate interplate coupling for subduction plate boundaries K Ariyoshi H Matsumoto A Nagano T Hasegawa 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2399 POSTER The Ocean Observatories Initiative Data pre-Processing Diagnostic Tools to Prepare Data for QA QC Processing L Belabbassi L M Garzio M J Smith F Knuth M Vardaro 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2400 POSTER Global Ocean Currents Database L Sun 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2401 POSTER Centered On The Pole NCEI Interdisciplinary Arctic Data Stewardship M Zweng 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2402 POSTER Emerging Subsea Networks SMART Cable Systems for Science and Society R Butler U Joint Task Force 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2403 POSTER Digging Back In Time Integrating Historical Data Into an Operational Ocean Observing System M McCammon 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2404 POSTER Statistics of AUV s Missions for Operational Ocean Observation at the South Brazilian Bight F A dos Santos P M S o Tiago A L S C Oliveira R B Barmak T C Miranda L A A Guerra 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2405 POSTER 2014 & 2015 Loop Current Observations from a Gulf of Mexico Public-Private Ocean Observing Collaboration P Leung R Perry N Sharma C Zwissler W McCall R H Bouchard K M Martin 4 00 P.M. OD14A-2406 POSTER 5-Beam ADCP Deployment Strategy Considerations T Moore D K Savidge A Gargett Monday 4 00 P.M. OD14B Poster Hall Regional and Thematic Innovation Supporting Global Sustained Ocean Observing II Posters (joint with IS) Moderators Albert Fischer UNESCO Paris Weidong Yu First Institute of Oceanography State Oceanic Administration 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2407 POSTER JPSS and GOES-R SST Products at NOAA A Ignatov B Petrenko Y Kihai J Stroup P Dash M Kramar I Gladkova X Liang X Zhou Y Ding Y Huang J Sapper 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2408 POSTER Interannual Variability of the Indonesian Throughflow Transport A Revisit Based on 30-Year Expendable Bathythermograph Data Q Y Liu M Feng D Wang J Yao 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2409 POSTER Coordination and Integration of Global Ocean Observing through JCOMM D M Legler D T Meldrum K L Hill E Charpentier 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2410 POSTER WITHDRAWN Tracking the Mediterranean Abyss S Aracri K Schroeder J Chiggiato H L Bryden E McDonagh S A Josey Y Hello M Borghini 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2411 POSTER EMODnet Physics open and free marine physical data for science and for society P Gorringe A Novellino G M R Manzella Sr D Schaap S Pouliquen L Richards 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2412 POSTER Sea temperature fiducial reference measurements for validating satellite SST data products W Wimmer 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2413 POSTER Broadening our View of the MOC using Satellite Altimetry and Two Moored Arrays in the Atlantic MOVE 16N and RAPID 26N A Duchez E Frajka-Williams M J Lankhorst J Koelling U Send 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2414 POSTER Investigating the Potential Impact of the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) Altimeter on Ocean Mesoscale Prediction M Carrier H Ngodock S R Smith I Souopgui 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2416 POSTER The RITMARE Ocean Observing System for the Italian Seas A Crise 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2417 POSTER Selected results from the IAOOS project C Provost J Pelon N Sennechael Z Koenig N VillacierosRobineau 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2418 POSTER Observational Requirements for Underway Observations from Research Vessels S R Smith M Van Waes 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2419 POSTER Ocean gliders as key component within the AORAC-SA C Barrera J Hernandez Brito A Castro M J Rueda O Llinas 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2420 POSTER The CARIACO Ocean Time-Series two decades of oceanographic observations to understand linkages between biogeochemistry ecology and long-term environmental variability L Lorenzoni F E Muller-Karger 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 95 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2415 POSTER Will the Advent of the Wide Swat Altimeter Contribute to Improving Ocean Analyses and Forecasts H Ngodock M Carrier S R Smith I Souopgui G A Jacobs D T Rueda-Roa R Thunell M I Scranton G T Taylor C R benitezNelson E Montes Y M Astor J Rojas 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2421 POSTER Inferring Large-Scale Bottom Velocities from Sparse Data G J Stanley D P Marshall 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2422 POSTER Improvements to TAO Ocean Observations as a Result of Refresh Technology K Grissom D C Petraitis D Pounder 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2423 POSTER Modular Seafloor and Water Column Systems for the Ocean Observatories Initiative Cabled Array J R Delaney D Manalang M Harrington J Tilley J Dosher G Cram G Harkins C McGuire P Waite E McRae T McGinnis M Kenney C Siani N Michel-Hart S Denny E Boget O E Kawka K L Daly D S Luther D S Kelley 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2424 POSTER NOAA s Ocean Climate Observation Program D Stanitski D M Legler 4 00 P.M. OD14B-2425 POSTER How Much of Subsurface Temperature Variability in the Equatorial Pacific Can Be Recovered by the Surface Fluxes C Wen A Kumar Y Xue H Wang 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2434 POSTER Towards Reducing Uncertainty in Historical XBT Data An International Effort from the XBT Science Team C Lijing R Cowley G J Goni T Boyer J P Abraham S A Wijffels V V Gouretski F Reseghetti S Kizu S Dong F Bringas M P Goes L Houpert J Sprintall J Zhu 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2435 POSTER Using Density Changes over Continental Slopes to Estimate Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Variability on Inter-annual to Decadal Timescales R J Bingham 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2436 POSTER Inversion of diabatic and adiabatic controls of ocean stratification using Argo profiles G Forget D Ferreira X Liang 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2437 POSTER ARGO Profile Based North Atlantic Water-Mass Volume Climatology D G Evans J D Zika A Naveira Garabato A J G Nurser 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2438 POSTER The GloSea5 Ocean and Sea Ice Analysis with Global Ocean 5.0 A Peterson J Waters C D Roberts L Jackson E W Blockley M Valdivieso M Martin M J Bell 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2439 POSTER Production of high quality hydrographic data M Charo A R Piola 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2440 POSTER Improved Statistical Method For Hydrographic Climatic Records Quality Control J Gourrion T Szekely Monday 4 00 P.M. OD14C Poster Hall Toward a Subsurface Ocean Climate Record and Applications that Improve Understanding of Climate Variability and Change II Posters (joint with A IS PC PO) Moderators Matthew Palmer Met Office Toru Suzuki Marine Information Research Center Tim Boyer National Oceanographic Data Center 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2426 POSTER Uncertainty in Pacific Decadal Oscillation index C Wen A Kumar Y Xue 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2427 POSTER A 20-year collection of sub-surface salinity and temperature observations for the Australian shelf seas R Proctor S Mancini X Hoenner K Tattersall B Pasquer G Galibert T Moltmann 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2428 POSTER Improved Database of Historical Ocean Subsurface Temperature Observations T Suzuki 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2429 POSTER Indo-Pacific upper ocean thermohaline interannual variability N Kolodziejczyk W Llovel F Gaillard L Terray 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2430 POSTER World Ocean Database as a dissemination tool for distributed quality controlled ocean profile data J R Reagan T Boyer R A Locarnini M Zweng C Paver I Smolyar H E Garcia O Baranova 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2431 POSTER Seasonal Sea Level Prediction Using Anomaly Assimilation of the Subsurface Ocean M J Widlansky A Timmermann Y Chikamoto 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2432 POSTER MicroCAT SeaCAT Sensor Calibration and Data Quality Control Lessons Learned from 10 Years of WHOI-Hawaii Ocean Time-Series Site (WHOTS) Mooring Deployments F Santiago-Mandujano R Lukas D J Murphy N G Larson 4 00 P.M. OD14C-2433 POSTER Mean structure of the North Atlantic subtropical pycnocline from in-situ observations C Feucher G Maze H Mercier Monday 4 00 P.M. PC14A Poster Hall Assessing Ecosystem Variability from Paleoceanographic Archives II Posters (joint with B MG PP) Moderators Michael Schulz MARUM - University of Bremen Fatima Abrantes Instituto Portugu s do Mar e da Atmosfera 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2046 POSTER Coccolithophore export production and seasonal variation from a trans-Atlantic array of sediment trap moorings (NW Africa to Caribbean) C V Guerreiro K H Baumann G J A Brummer G Fischer L Korte J B W Stuut 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2047 POSTER Disentangling synergistic climate drivers on the evolution of two species of planktonic foraminifera on regional and global scales A Brombacher P A Wilson I Bailey T H G Ezard 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2048 POSTER (Sample) Size Matters Best Practices for Defining Error in Planktic Foraminiferal Proxy Records C Lowery A J Fraass 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2049 POSTER Response of benthic foraminifera to 4.2 ka cooling event in the Nakdong River delta southeast Korea H Takata B K Khim D Cheong S Shin 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2050 POSTER Paleoecological Evidence for Late Holocene Range Shifting of Acropora palmata and Orbicella annularis on the Nearshore Southeast Florida Reef Tract A B Modys C L Zuccarelli A E Oleinik 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2051 POSTER Paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic changes during the Plio-Pleistocene of the Salaverry Basin Peru Offshore Evidences from Benthic Foraminifera Carbon and Oxygen Stable Isotope Geochemistry and distribution of Gypsum grains S R Mukherjee 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2052 POSTER From North Africa to the North Atlantic Ocean via the Mediterranean Sea a journey through Scientific Program 96 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING high-resolution palaeorecords and sub-precessional numerical simulations A Marzocchi R Flecker D J Lunt T J Kouwenhoven W Krijgsman F J Hilgen 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2053 POSTER Glacial- deglacial bottom oxygen condition in the western Bay of Bengal and its relation to the monsoon related export productivity K Verma II 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2054 POSTER Marine algae inform past calving rates of a tide water glacier in western Greenland K M Schoenrock N Kamenos D Pearce J Schofield B R Rea J M Lea D Mair 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2055 POSTER Sediment extracted organic matter fluorescence an archive of organic matter flux and origins C A Stedmon C P Funkey D J Conley 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2056 POSTER Stable isotopic study of northeast Indian Ocean during Miocene An evidence of surface and deep water changes B Banerjee S M Ahmad W Raza 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2057 POSTER Planktonic Foraminifer Globorotalia truncatulinoides Coiling Ratio as Recorder of Upper Ocean Conditions in the Subtropical Atlantic Ocean During Marine Isotope Stages 7 and 8 I Rew 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2058 POSTER Pelagic Biocarbonates Assessing the Forgotten Fine Fraction G J A Brummer 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2059 POSTER Skeletal carbonate on the continental shelf SEM evidence of early diagenetic alteration of the 1% of shells that persist for millennia in the mixed layer and thus enter the permanent record S M Kidwell A Tomasovych C R Alexander Jr 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2060 POSTER Peaks in equatorial Pacific export production during the Middle Miocene Climate Transition E M Griffith S C Carter 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2061 POSTER Crystallinity of chitin and carbonate mineral components independently record crustacean biomineralization S T Mergelsberg F M Michel B Mukhopadhyay P M Dove 4 00 P.M. PC14A-2062 POSTER New Evidence of an Ancient Bald Cypress Forest on the Inner Shelf of Northern Gulf of Mexico J Ryu K L DeLong S J Bentley K Xu G L Harley C A Reese J Obelcz T P Guilderson S M Gonzalez Rodriguez 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2066 POSTER WITHDRAWN Additive and Synergistic Impacts of Fishing and Warming on the Growth of a Temperate Marine Fish J Morrongiello 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2067 POSTER Enhanced warming of the U.S. Northeast Continental Shelf under climate change Implications for fisheries V S Saba S M Griffies M Winton W Anderson M A Alexander J A Hare T L Delworth M Harrison A J Rosati G A Vecchi R Zhang 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2068 POSTER Factors Affecting Moulting Patterns of Atlantic Lobster (Homarus americanus) in the East Coast of Canada R Vanderstichel K K Thakur C W Revie J Lavall e 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2069 POSTER Temporal Variation in Black Sea Bass (Centropristis striata) Abundance in the Maryland Coastal Bays R Peters P Chigbu 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2070 POSTER WITHDRAWN A Spatio-Temporal Model of Phenotypic Evolution in the Atlantic Silverside (Menidia menidia) and Its Implications for Size-Selective Fishing in a Warmer World E J Sbrocco 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2071 POSTER Influence of monsoonal variability on the potential recruitment of Sardinella lemuru in the Philippines P R Pata A T Yniguez 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2072 POSTER Long-term simulations of dissolved oxygen concentrations in Lake Trout lakes A Jabbari L Boegman M MacKay K Hadley A Paterson A Jeziorski C Nelligan J P Smol 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2073 POSTER Future change in global fisheries biomass and harvest due to changes in temperature and primary production A study with a simple global model D Bianchi D A Carozza E D Galbraith 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2074 POSTER Why Can t We Resolve Recruitment S A Ferreira M R Payne H H t n B R MacKenzie M Butensch n A W Visser 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2075 POSTER Effects of Ocean Acidification on Fish Eggs and Larvae in Laboratory Experiments and Naturally HighpCO2 Upwelling Systems S Shen D M Checkley Jr Monday 4 00 P.M. PC14C Poster Hall Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling IV Posters (joint with B OD PO)Moderators Joellen Russell University of Arizona Irina Marinov University of Pennsylvania 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2076 POSTER Anthropogenic Carbon Uptake in the Southern Ocean Investigating the Spread Across Climate Models (Invited) C Dufour G F de Souza I Frenger A K Morrison J L Sarmiento 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2077 POSTER A Regional Southern Ocean Carbon Budget M R Mazloff I Rosso A Verdy L D Talley 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2078 POSTER Recent changes in the CO2 sink of the Southern Ocean inferred from ocean state estiamates M Manizza C D Nevison M Kahru D Menemenlis R F Keeling B G Mitchell 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2079 POSTER The role of physical processes in the Southern Ocean CO2 sink C Jiang Monday 4 00 P.M. PC14B Poster Hall Climate Impacts on Marine Fish Fisheries and Protected Species II Posters (joint with EC HI ME TE) Moderators Barbara Muhling Princeton University Vincent Saba NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Northeast Fisheries Science Center 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2063 POSTER Many Species Many Threats A Composite Risk Assessment of Climate Impacts for Salmonids in the Pacific Northwest M C Graham C Greene T J Beechie C Raymond 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2064 POSTER Climate change estuaries and anadromous fish habitat in the northeastern United States models downscaling and uncertainty B Muhling C F Gaitan D Tommasi V S Saba C A Stock K W Dixon 4 00 P.M. PC14B-2065 POSTER Response of Marine Taxa to Climate Variability in the Southeast U.S J W Morley M L Pinsky R D Batt 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 97 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2080 POSTER Effects of Southern Hemispheric Wind Changes on Global Oxygen and the Pacific Oxygen Minimum Zone J Getzlaff H Dietze A Oschlies 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2081 POSTER Under-ice oxygen observations by profiling floats in the Southern Ocean R Drucker S Riser 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2082 POSTER Observing the Southern Ocean circulation in sea ice regions with profiling floats position uncertainties and correlation statistics P Chamberlain L D Talley M R Mazloff A R Gray S Riser 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2083 POSTER Mapping Error in Southern Ocean Transport Computed from Satellite Altimetry and Argo M Kosempa D P Chambers 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2084 POSTER Transport Pathways and Residence Times of Biological Hot Spots Along the Shelf North of the South Shetland Islands and Bransfield Strait M A Pinones M Ramos 4 00 P.M. PC14C-2085 POSTER Observed Temporal and Spatial Variability in the Marine Environment at the Sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Islands Evidence of a Changing Climate S Asdar J Deshayes I J Ansorge 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2095 POSTER On the Relationship between Antarctic Sea Ice Extent and the Southern Ocean Overturning Circulation A FitzMaurice R Hallberg A K Morrison 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2096 POSTER Birth life and death of an Anticyclonic eddy in the Southern Ocean R Torres J B Sallee J Schwarz P J Hosegood J R Taylor K Adams S Bachman M A Stamper Monday 4 00 P.M. PC14E Poster Hall Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling V Posters (joint with B OD PO) Moderators Kyle Armour Massachusetts Institute of Technology Torge Martin GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2097 POSTER A Tale of Two Timescales Weddell Polynya Pathways in the Global Abyssal Oceans (Invited) H M Zanowski R Hallberg J L Sarmiento 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2098 POSTER How ocean lateral mixing changes Southern Ocean variability in coupled climate models (Invited) M A S Pradal A Gnanadesikan J L Thomas 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2099 POSTER Regional Variations in Low Frequency Transport Variability of the Southern Ocean J Makowski D P Chambers 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2100 POSTER Temporal Variability in the Antarctic Polar Front (2002-2014) N S Lovenduski N M Freeman 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2101 POSTER WITHDRAWN Influence of tropical atmospheric variability on Weddell Sea deep water convection H Kleppin 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2102 POSTER Global decadal climate variability driven by Southern Ocean convection I Marinov A Cabre 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2103 POSTER CO2 Induced Ocean Climate Change around Antarctica in GFDL CM2.5 and CM2.6 P Goddard S M Griffies J Yin 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2104 POSTER A Two-Timescale Response of the Southern Ocean to Ozone Depletion Importance of the Background State W Seviour D Waugh A Gnanadesikan 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2105 POSTER The Equatorial Signatures of the Meridional Modes Dependence on the Mean Climate State H Zhang A C Clement C Deser B Medeiros R A Tomas 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2106 POSTER Modelled trends in Antarctic sea ice linked to underestimated changes in the westerly wind jet A Purich W Cai M H England T Cowan 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2107 POSTER Comparing changes in the SAM westerly jet and Southern Ocean fronts N C Swart 4 00 P.M. PC14E-2108 POSTER Rapid variability of Antarctic Bottom Water transport inferred from GRACE C Boening M R Mazloff Monday 4 00 P.M. PC14D Poster Hall Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern Ocean Observations State Estimation and Modeling IV Posters (joint with B OD PO) Moderators Igor Kamenkovich RSMAS Stephen Riser University of Washington Seattle Campus 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2086 POSTER Zonal variations in the Southern Ocean heat budget (Invited) V M Tamsitt L D Talley M R Mazloff I Cerovecki 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2087 POSTER Anatomy of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current Volume Transports through Drake Passage Z Koenig C Provost Y H Park N Sennechael 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2088 POSTER The Polar Front in Drake Passage A Composite-mean Stream-coordinate View A Foppert K A Donohue D R Watts Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2089 POSTER Long term analysis of the Polar Front position and thermohaline characteristics in Drake Passage Antarctic N Ribeiro J Sprintall M M Mata 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2090 POSTER The Deep 3D Overturning Circulation in the Southern Ocean from ARGO Floats C C Chapman J B Sallee 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2091 POSTER Momentum balance in the Southern Ocean J Masich T K Chereskin M R Mazloff 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2092 POSTER Lagrangian Upwelling Pathways of Deep Waters in the Southern Ocean H Drake A K Morrison S M Griffies J L Sarmiento W Weijer A R Gray 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2093 POSTER A Linear Decomposition of the Southern Ocean Thermohaline Structure in only two Modes with Application to Frontal Detection E Pauthenet F Roquet D Nerini G Madec 4 00 P.M. PC14D-2094 POSTER IMPACT OF PARAMETERIZED LATERAL MIXING ON THE CIRCULATION OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN S Ragen A Gnanadesikan Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14A Poster Hall Advances in Coastal Ocean Modeling Observations and Prediction III Posters (joint with A EC ME OD) Moderators Joanna Staneva Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht 98 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Vassiliki Kourafalou University of Miami Pierre De Mey CNRS Alexander Kurapov Oregon State University 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2741 POSTER Optimizing Observation Networks Combining Ships of Opportunity Gliders Moored Buoys and FerryBox in the Bay of Biscay and English Channel G Charria J Lamouroux P J De Mey S Raynaud C Heyraud P Craneguy F Dumas M Le Henaff 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2742 POSTER Evaluation of Bias Correction Methods for Nearshore Wave Modeling K A Parker D F Hill 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2743 POSTER WITHDRAWN A Mesh Adaptive and Mass Conservative Three Dimensional Numerical Model For Ocean Hydrodynamics and Transport Simulations G Savant C J Trahan 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2744 POSTER An OSSE for a Local Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter - Based Now-casting System of Biwa Lake Japan G Auger J C Wells 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2745 POSTER Residual circulation in tidally dominated bay with asymmetric lateral depth variation B Kim Y K Cho 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2746 POSTER Impact of internal Tides on Boundary Conditions for Regional Models J G Richman P Chu J T Rayburn 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2747 POSTER Accurate Modelling of Surface Currents and Internal Tides in a Semi-enclosed Coastal Sea S E Allen N K Soontiens M B H Dunn J Liu E Olson M J Halverson R Pawlowicz 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2748 POSTER Application of a new parametric wind field model for improving hurricane storm surge predictions of SLOSH T Mayo N Lin 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2749 POSTER Adaptive observation in the South China Sea using CNOP approach based on a 3-D ocean circulation model and its adjoint model Y Li S Peng 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2750 POSTER Improved Efficiency in a Finitedifference -coordinate Free-surface Non-hydrostatic Ocean Model L Lin Z Liu L Xie 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2751 POSTER An assessment of vertical mixing schemes in comparison with observations in the European shelf J T Holt M V Luneva S Wakelin M Palmer H Pelling 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2752 POSTER Ensemble Data Assimilation and Downscaling in the Bay of Biscay M Ghantous N K Ayoub P J De Mey 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2753 POSTER Evaluating surface transport predictions of alternative ocean-atmosphere models using surface drifters in the Belizean Barrier Reef D Lindo-Atichati M Curcic C B Paris P M Buston 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2754 POSTER On the Influence of Wind Forcing and Resolution on the Modelled Warm Bias of the Benguela Upwelling System M Krebs A Biastoch M Latif C W Boning J V Durgadoo 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2755 POSTER Simulation and Observation of the Bottom Stress Distribution in a Large Estuary J O Donnell G McCardell R Horwitz A Cifuentes-Lorenzen T Fake 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2756 POSTER Multi-model ensemble combinations of the water budget in the East Japan Sea S HAN N Hirose N Usui Y Miyazawa 4 00 P.M. PO14A-2757 POSTER Assessment of MODIS-Aqua sea surface temperature in the Yellow Sea and East China Seas J Y Jeong S Lee J I Kwon S H Jeong J H Noh Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14B Poster Hall Advances in Operational Oceanography Modeling Product Services and Skill Assessment III Posters (joint with A ME OD) Moderators Aijun Zhang NOAA National Ocean Service Charlie Barron John C. Stennis Space Center Andrea Mask Naval Oceanographic Office Avichal Mehra NOAA NWS NCEP EMC 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2758 POSTER NOAA PROPAGATION DATABASE VALUE IN TSUNAMI FORECAST GUIDANCE M C Eble L M Wright 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2759 POSTER Tsunami Defense Efforts at Samcheok Port Korea Y S Cho 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2760 POSTER Correlation of Fault Size Moment Magnitude and Tsunami Height to Proved Paleo-tsunami Data in Sulawesi Indonesia A M Julius S Pribadi 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2761 POSTER comparison of FDM and FVM model performance for tsunami wave propagation near east coast of Korea B J Park 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2762 POSTER Robust Shallow Water Equation Model for Tsunami Disaster Management M R Behera 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2763 POSTER Using Impact Intensity Analysis to find the Possible Tsunami Sources of the 1867 Keelung Tsunami Event T R Wu H Wu P Y Li C J Lee Y L Tsai M H Chuang K W Kuo 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2764 POSTER The Development of High-speed Full-function Storm Surge Model and the Case Study of 2013 Typhoon Haiyan Y L Tsai T R Wu M H Chuang C W Lin 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2765 POSTER Probabilistic Extra-Tropical Storm Surge Guidance H Liu A A Taylor 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2766 POSTER Storm Surge Modeling of Typhoon Haiyan at the Naval Oceanographic Office Using Delft3D M J Gilligan J L Lovering 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2767 POSTER Development of the Fully Adaptive Storm Tide (FAST) Model for hurricane induced storm surges and associated inundation Y C Teng D Kelly Y Li K Zhang 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2768 POSTER Salish Sea Nowcast A Real-time High-Resolution Model for Forecasts and Research Support D Latornell S E Allen N K Soontiens M B H Dunn J Liu I Machuca 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2769 POSTER Skill assessment of Korea operational oceanographic system (KOOS) J Kim K Park 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2770 POSTER Development and Verification of the Taiwan Ocean Prediction System J M Liau J W Lai Y Yang S H Chen 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2771 POSTER Performance and Quality Assessment of the Forthcoming Copernicus Marine Service Global Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting Real-Time System J M Lellouche O Le Galloudec E Greiner G Garric C Regnier Y Drillet 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2772 POSTER Operational Oceanograhy System for Oil Spill Risk Management at Santander Bay (Spain) S Castanedo B rcena P Nu ez B Perez-Diaz A Abascal M Cardenas R Medina 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 99 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2773 POSTER Monitoring the European Marine Environment The Copernicus Operational Marine Service M Fabardines 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2774 POSTER The Upgraded Lake Erie Operational Forecast System (LEOFS) J Xu A Zhang E J Anderson G Lang J G W Kelley 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2775 POSTER Development of the Coupled Northwest Atlantic Prediction System (CNAPS) J B Zambon R He 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2776 POSTER Oregon Washington Coastal Ocean Forecast System Real-time Modeling and Data Assimilation S Erofeeva A L Kurapov I Pasmans 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2777 POSTER The Santos Basin Ocean Observing System From R&D to Operational Regional Forecasts M Da Rocha Fragoso A M Moore F A dos Santos L Marques Da Cruz G V Carvalho F Soares 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2778 POSTER NWS wave modeling Suites Recent upgrades and Future Plans A Chawla H Alves 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2779 POSTER Wave and Wind Model Performance Metrics Tools J K Choi D W Wang 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2780 POSTER A Model-based Regional Wave Climatology P S Gay 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2781 POSTER Detecting Internal Wave Activity in Ocean Models R Carter Jr 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2782 POSTER On verifying currents eddies and other features in the Hawaiian Islands region using fully Coupled Ocean Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction System COAMPS-OS compared to the global ocean model stand-alone models and ocean observations P G Jessen A C Mask 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2783 POSTER Examination of Analysis and Forecast Uncertainty Generated from an Ocean Reanalysis P J Hogan 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2784 POSTER Comparisons Between In Situ Profiles And The Arctic Cap Nowcast Forecast System K B Knowlton Systems E J Metzger A J Wallcraft P G Posey O M Smedstad D S Franklin 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2791 POSTER Accounting for Wetting and Drying in the NCOM Operational Ocean Model K L Edwards P Martin D A Hebert R Allard 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2792 POSTER Delft Dashboard a quick setup tool for coastal and estuarine models C Nederhoff III A Van Dongeren M Van Ormondt J Veeramony 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2793 POSTER The General NOAA Operational Modeling Environment (GNOME) Development and Applications A MacFadyen C H Barker 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2794 POSTER Developing an Automated Method for Detection of Operationally Relevant Ocean Fronts and Eddies J D Rogers-Cotrone D D H Cadden P Rivera L K Wynn 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2795 POSTER Surface Heat Flux Corrections for Global Ocean Forecasts Z D Garraffo P J Hogan A Mehra I Rivin B Balasubramaniyan T D Spindler H C Kim 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2796 POSTER The multi-level Monte Carlo method for computing quantities of interest Q Chen J Ming 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2797 POSTER Climatological Observations for Maritime Prediction and Analysis Support Service (COMPASS) A OConnor B P Kirtman S Harrison J Gorman Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14C Poster Hall Deep and Abyssal Ocean Mixing From Small-Scale Turbulence to the Large-Scale MOC IV Posters (joint with PC TP) Moderators James Ledwell Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Glenn Carter University of Hawaii at Manoa 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2798 POSTER Performance of microstructure measurements using fast-response thermistors attached to a CTDframe Y Goto I Yasuda M Nagasawa 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2799 POSTER Global Ocean Circulation in Thermohaline Coordinates and Small-scale and Mesoscale mixing An Inverse Estimate S Groeskamp J D Zika T J McDougall B Sloyan 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2800 POSTER Diapycnal Diffusivities over the Southwestern Indian Ocean Ridge L Zhou Y Wang Q Yang 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2801 POSTER Vertical structure of turbulent mixing in the Bussol Strait and its impact on water masses in the Okhotsk Sea and the North Pacific I Yasuda 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2802 POSTER WITHDRAWN Sensitivity of Inverse Box Model Estimates to Mesoscale and Interannual Variability D Trossman J B Palter L Jullion 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2803 POSTER Direct microstructure observation in the northern South China Sea Q Yang X Huang W Zhao J Tian 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2804 POSTER Diapycnal Mixing Deductions From the Large-Scale Time-Mean World Ocean Temperature-Salinity Distribution O Arzel A Colin de Verdi re 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2805 POSTER The internal gravity wave spectrum in two high-resolution global ocean models B K Arbic J K Ansong M C Buijsman E L Kunze D Menemenlis M M ller J G Richman A Savage J F Shriver A J Wallcraft L Zamudio Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2785 POSTER Exploring The Effective Resolution Of Copernicus Marine Service Eddy Resolving Systems With Spectral Analysis A Metric To Evaluate High Resolution Forecasts C Regnier M Drevillon R Bourdalle-Badie C Dufau J M Lellouche E D Remy 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2786 POSTER Numerical Circulation Model Skill Assessment from Observed Deepwater Currents Over 2 Years on the Continental Slope near the Macondo Spill Site C Nygren 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2787 POSTER Loop Current Metrics for Skill Assessment of Numerical Ocean Models in the Gulf of Mexico R R Leben 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2788 POSTER Evaluating Ocean Models L Zamudio P Spence G A Jacobs 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2789 POSTER Assimilation of Satellite Data in a Regional Ocean Model for Generating High-Resolution Ocean Currents E Maturi A Harris D Comarazamy J Han 4 00 P.M. PO14B-2790 POSTER Maintaining Consistency in the Atmospheric Forcing Applied to U.S. Navy Ocean and Ice Prediction 100 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2806 POSTER Observation and Modelling of Turbulent Mixing in a Northwestern Pacific Ocean Trench H Xu L Yu S Peng Q Xie 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2807 POSTER Characterization of bathymetric constraints on deep ocean circulation in the Kauai Deep region around Station ALOHA R W Deppe R Lukas F Santiago-Mandujano 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2808 POSTER Abyssal Upwelling and Downwelling and the role of boundary layers T J McDougall R M Ferrari 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2809 POSTER Circluation of the Lau Basin E Simons 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2810 POSTER The Effect of Mixing Locality on Overturning Circulation A Gibson A Hogg 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2811 POSTER Experimental description of turbulent energy fluxes associated with the parametric subharmonic instability Y Dossmann P Odier C Brouzet S Joubaud B Bourget T Dauxois 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2812 POSTER Modelling the Effect of Large Submarine Sandslides on the Ocean Circulation A Mozzato D R Munday H L Johnson P J Talling 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2813 POSTER Large Kelvin-Helmholtz Billow Trains Observed in the Kuroshio above a Seamount M H Chang S Y Jheng R C Lien 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2814 POSTER Vertical Velocities and Mixing Estimated from Seagliders E Frajka-Williams V S Hemsley A P Martin S C Painter 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2815 POSTER Spatial variability of deep mixing in a Mid-Ocean Ridge fracture zone in the Brazil Basin L Clement A M Thurnherr L St Laurent 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2816 POSTER The BP Blow-out Oil Material Steady-state Deepwater Horizontal Plume Analysis of this Opportunistic Mesoscale Hydrocarbon-tracer Field Data for Isopycnal and Diapycnal Eddy Diffusion Coefficients L J Thibodeaux A Melvin A R Parsons E B Overton 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2817 POSTER On Boundary Mixing K L Polzin T Nizlop 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2818 POSTER Deep water velocities and particle displacements induced by acoustic-gravity waves from submarine earthquakes T C A Oliveira U Kadri 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2819 POSTER Eikonal Simulations for the Energy Transfer in the Deep Ocean Internal Wave Field near Mixing Hotspots T Ijichi T Hibiya 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2820 POSTER Effects of temporal variation in tideinduced vertical mixing on thermohaline circulation Numerical experiments for the case of the Okhotsk Sea T Nakamura K Uchimoto H Mitsudera M Wakatsuchi 4 00 P.M. PO14C-2821 POSTER From Internal Waves to Mixing and Transformation Rates Observations in the Southern Ocean (Invited) A Meyer B Sloyan K L Polzin H E Phillips N L Bindoff Moderators Stephanie Waterman University of British Columbia Shane Keating University of New South Wales 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2822 POSTER Evolution and modulation of a poleward-propagating anticyclonic eddy along the Japan and Kuril-Kamchatka trenches H Kaneko S Itoh S Kouketsu T Okunishi S Hosoda T Suga 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2823 POSTER Varieties of submesoscale dynamics in the south-west Pacific K Srinivasan L Renault J C McWilliams 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2824 POSTER Adjoint sensitivity studies of a semipermanent eddy in the central Red Sea P Zhan G Gopalakrishnan I Hoteit 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2825 POSTER Submesoscale variability from satellite thermal imagery preliminary results M Bowen X Capet F d Ovidio H Matsumoto J H Lacasce 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2826 POSTER WITHDRAWN Evidence of Submesoscale Variability in the Solomon Sea a Glider Model Study H G Hristova 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2827 POSTER Eddies on the boundary between the Kuroshio current and coastal waters observed by HF ocean surface radar A Nadai 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2828 POSTER The Footprint of ENSO on an Oceanic Eddy Dipole X Chu C Dong Y Qi 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2829 POSTER The South China Sea Mesoscale Eddy Experiment (S-MEE) and Its Primary Findings Z Zhang J Tian W Zhao Q Bo 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2830 POSTER An Annual Cycle of Vertical Flow and Restratification in the Upper Ocean X Yu 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2831 POSTER Shipboard observations of a mesoscale eddy pair in the California Current System off the northern Baja California coast J Gomez-Valdes H S Torres D P Wang 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2832 POSTER SMALL SCALE OCEAN DYNAMICS IN THE CAPE BASIN SOUTH OF AFRICA AND THE IMPACT ON THE OCEAN CIRCULATION T A Capuano S Speich X J Carton 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2834 POSTER Evaluation of the Precision of Satellite-Derived Sea Surface Temperature Fields P C Cornillon F Wu 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2835 POSTER Mesoscale and Submesoscale Eddies Identified from Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery in the Luzon Strait and Adjacent Waters J Yang G Xu C Dong D Chen J Wang 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2836 POSTER Spatio-temporal evolution of two key processes impacting the observed vertical structure of the mesoscale eddies in the 4 major Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems C Pegliasco A Chaigneau R Morrow 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2837 POSTER The Evolution of a Submesoscale Eddy from In Situ and Aerial Observations R P North B Baschek G B Smith D Miller R Riethmueller R Carrasco M Cysewski G O Marmorino I M Angel Benavides Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14D Poster Hall Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation III Posters 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 101 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2833 POSTER Observations of Submesoscale Processes in an Anticyclonic Eddy in the South China Sea Y Zhong A Bracco J Tian J Dong 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2838 POSTER The Contribution of Mesoscale Features to the Divergence of Numerical Ocean Model Ensembles A Blaker J Hirschi S Mueller F Sevellec B Sinha C Wilson 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2839 POSTER Dynamic investigation of formation process of long-lived anti-cyclonic eddy train in the South China Sea Z CAI G Jianping 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2840 POSTER The 3-D evolutions of a deepreaching anticyclonic eddy in the northeastern South China Sea M Wang Y Zhang Z Liu Y Zhao 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2841 POSTER A New Insight on the Indo-Atlantic Exchange Achieved by Indian Ocean Eddies Assessed by Satellite Altimetry and Argo Profiling Float Data R Laxenaire S Speich A Chaigneau C Pegliasco B Blanke 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2842 POSTER Three-Dimensional In Situ Measurements of a Large Anticyclonic Eddy and Surrounding Waters in the Eastern Caribbean Sea J E Rudzin L K Shay B Jaimes de la Cruz J Brewster 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2843 POSTER Inferring Upper Ocean Dynamics from Horizontal Wavenumber Spectra in the Southern California Current System T K Chereskin S T Gille C B Rocha D Menemenlis 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2844 POSTER Sub-diurnal Variation of SST Gradients in Infrared Satellite Data J P Salter P C Cornillon C A Clayson 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2845 POSTER Evidence of enhanced doublediffusive convection below the main stream of the Kuroshio Extension T Nagai R Inoue A Tandon H Yamazaki 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2846 POSTER Vertical structure of the mesoscale eddies in the Gulf of Mexico E R Sosa Guti rrez E Pallas Sanz A Chaigneau J Candela 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2847 POSTER Background Temperature Images of Mesoscale Ocean Features from Laplace and Laplace-Fourier Domain Seismic Waveform Inversion T M Blacic H Jun C Shin H Rosado 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2848 POSTER Evaluation of an eddy resolving global model at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study site L Hiron A Goncalves Neto N R Bates R J Johnson UFSC Federal University of Santa Catarina 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2852 POSTER Linking the South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and the Global Monsoons (Invited) H Lopez S Dong G J Goni S K Lee 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2853 POSTER Initiate Paper 87092 - Effects of variability in the Agulhas Leakage on the western boundary systems of the South and tropical Atlantic Ocean (Invited) P Castellanos E J Campos J Piera O T Sato M A F Silva Dias 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2854 POSTER Investigating the relationship between Agulhas leakage and Southern Hemisphere westerlies in a coupled system Y Cheng L M Beal B P Kirtman D Putrasahan 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2855 POSTER South Atlantic Meridional overturning circulation in an eddy-resolving global numerical simulation X Xu S Dong M O Baringer G J Goni E Chassignet 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2856 POSTER An Observations and Model Based Analysis of Meridional Transports in the South Atlantic S Majumder C Schmid G R Halliwell Jr 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2857 POSTER Circulation and Water Mass Variability in the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre R C Perez R Msadek S L Garzoli R P Matano C S Meinen M P Chidichimo 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2858 POSTER Transport contribution of the Good Hope Jet to the South Atlantic MOC M J Roberts 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2859 POSTER Interannual to Decadal Changes in the Western Boundary Circulation in the Atlantic at 11 S R M Hummels P Brandt M Dengler J Fischer M Araujo D A Veleda J V Durgadoo 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2860 POSTER An Observations and Model-based Analysis of the Temporal Variability of the Brazil Curren C Schmid S Majumder 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2861 POSTER Dissolved Oxygen Anomalies as Proxy for Variations in Ocean Circulation S Schmidtko 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2862 POSTER Intense Mixing and Recirculations of Intermediate and Deep Water in the Northwest Argentine Basin D Valla A R Piola 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2863 POSTER On How the Seasonal Variability of the ITCZ Drives Subtropical-Tropical Exchange in the Atlantic Ocean J L Pelegr P Castellanos M V Emelianov M Gasser J Gourrion J Pe a-Izquierdo M Rosell-Fieschi 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2864 POSTER In Situ Observations of the BrazilMalvinas Confluence in March 2015 M V Emelianov J L Pelegr J Isern-Fontanet D Orue S Ramirez J Salvador M Saraceno D Valla 4 00 P.M. PO14E-2865 POSTER Seasonal and Interannual Variability of the Brazil - Malvinas Front an Altimetry Perspective M Saraceno D Valla J L Pelegr A R Piola Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2849 POSTER Decadal Variation of Mesoscale Eddy Activity in the South Pacific Subtropical Counter-current S Travis 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2850 POSTER DT2014 Version of Ssalto DUACS Altimeter Products 21 Years Sea Level Products Reprocessed M I Pujol Y Faugere G Taburet J D Desjonqueres N Picot 4 00 P.M. PO14D-2851 POSTER Vortex formation downstream of a cape an analysis of anticyclone formation off Hawaii V Futch P J Flament Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14E Poster Hall Observing and Modeling the Meridional Overturning Circulation in the South Atlantic Causes of Variability and Impacts on Climate Weather and Ecosystems II Posters (joint with A HE ME PC) Moderators Maria Paz Chidichimo Argentine Scientific and Technological Research Council Hydrographic Service Universidad de Buenos Aires Renellys Perez UM CIMAS Rebecca Hummels GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Regina Rodrigues Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14F Poster Hall Ocean Circulation and Biogeochemistry in a Water Mass Framework II Posters (joint with B) Moderators Keith Rodgers Princeton University Daniele Iudicone Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn Jan Zika University of Southampton Dafydd Evans University of Southampton 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2866 POSTER Pathways of the Deep Water Upwelling to the Antarctic Shelves a Water Mass Perspective 102 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING (Invited) L D Talley J H Swift A H Orsi B Sloyan V M Tamsitt M R Mazloff 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2867 POSTER Oceanic abyssal and thermocline flow in tracer space (Invited) A J G Nurser J D Zika 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2868 POSTER The North Pacific Oxygen Uptake Rates Over the Past Half-Century E Y Kwon C A Deutsch S P Xie S Schmidtko Y K Cho 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2869 POSTER Impact of space dependent eddy mixing on large ocean circulation M A S Pradal A Gnanadesikan R P Abernathey 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2870 POSTER Deep Ocean Oxygen Consumption Rates Ocean Chemistry Clues from a van t Hoff Based Formulation of the Speed of Sound in Seawater P G Brewer E T Peltzer J P Ryan W J Kirkwood A F Hofmann 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2871 POSTER Lagrangian pathways of deep water upwelling in the Southern Ocean State Estimate V M Tamsitt L D Talley M R Mazloff J Wang 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2872 POSTER A modeling study on formation and migration of waters in the South China Sea Z Liu G Jianping 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2873 POSTER Tracking episodes of nitrate depletion that lead to productivity using Lagrangian particles application to the Great Australian Bight P Cetina Heredia E van Sebille R Matear M Roughan 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2874 POSTER Mediterranean Water mass variability in -S coordinates L Jullion S Groeskamp A A Petrenko A M Doglioli 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2875 POSTER WITHDRAWN Linking Net Community Production and Hydrography Under La Nina and El Nino conditions in the Eastern Tropical South Pacific (ETSP) M G Prokopenko 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2876 POSTER Seasonality of Red Sea Mixed-Layer Depth and Density Budget A R Kartadikaria I Cerovecki G Krokos I Hoteit 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2877 POSTER Inter-Ocean Exchange of Biogeochemical Tracers F Fransner A Aldama-Campino K D s L Brodeau 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2878 POSTER Impacts of The New Thermodynamic Equation of Seawater (TEOS-10) in the South Atlantic Ocean s Water Mass Mixing and Circulation L Almeida J L Azevedo 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2879 POSTER Inter-annual and Seasonal Hydrographic Characteristics in Northern Red Sea K M Asfahani B H Jones S Yellepeddi 4 00 P.M. PO14F-2880 POSTER Observations of Water Mass Flux at the North Channel of Dongsha Atoll J Yang Z C Huang Southern Ocean (Invited) M Nikurashin 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2882 POSTER Work Done by Atmospheric Winds on Mesoscale Ocean Eddies (Invited) X Zhai C Xu 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2883 POSTER Impacts of far field forcing on the Southern Ocean Residual Overturning Circulation H Burns S S Drijfhout 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2884 POSTER An Analysis of Energy Transfer Across Scales in the Leeward Intensification of a Standing Eddy M W Hecht H Aluie 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2885 POSTER Ensembles of Eddying Ocean Simulations for Climate Modeling Techniques Diagnostics First Results L Bessi res T Penduff S Leroux J M Molines J M Brankart B Barnier L Terray 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2886 POSTER Mechanical Energy Budgets for Regional Numerical Simulations P MacCready 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2887 POSTER Dissipation and Mixing in Circulation forced by Differential Surface Heating in a Rotating Basin C A Vreugdenhil B Gayen R W Griffiths 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2888 POSTER The Latitudinal Dependence of the Oceanic Barotropic Eddy Kinetic Energy and Macro-Turbulence Energy Transport R Chemke Y Kaspi 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2889 POSTER Long-range Radiation of Barotropic Rossby Waves from an Unstable Current J T Farrar T Durland S R Jayne 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2890 POSTER Interior pathways to dissipation of mesoscale energy B T Nadiga 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2891 POSTER Eddy-mixing Entropy as a Measure of Mesoscale Turbulent Disorder in the Southern Ocean T W David D P Marshall L Zanna 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2892 POSTER Sensitivity of Horizontal Convection to Buoyancy and Wind-Stress Forcing P Y Passaggia V Zemskova B L White A D Scotti 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2893 POSTER Enhancement of Mesoscale to Submesoscale Transition and the Forward Energy Cascade by High Frequency Wind Forcing R Barkan K B Winters J C McWilliams 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2894 POSTER Energetics of a model ocean basin with surface buoyancy and wind forcing V Zemskova B L White A D Scotti 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2895 POSTER From Internal Gravity Waves to the Mesoscale Potential and Kinetic Energy Frequency Spectra in Global Ocean Models versus Data C A Luecke B K Arbic J K Ansong S Bassette M C Buijsman D Menemenlis J G Richman J F Shriver P G Timko A J Wallcraft L Zamudio 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2896 POSTER Interactions between inertial oscillations and geostrophic flows in the upper ocean J Thomas K S Smith O Buhler Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14G Poster Hall Oceanic Energy Pathways From the Global Circulation to the Submesoscale III Posters (joint with TP) Moderators Juan Saenz Los Alamos National Laboratory Hussein Aluie University of Rochester Malte Jansen University of Chicago 4 00 P.M. PO14G-2881 POSTER Energetics of internal wavepermitting simulations of the Macquarie Ridge region of the Monday 4 00 P.M. PO14H Poster Hall Physics Chemistry and Variability of the Deep Gulf of Mexico II Posters (joint with B CT OD) Moderators Piers Chapman Texas A&M University Erik Cordes Temple University 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 103 Scientific Program 104 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2897 POSTER Microbial stowaways Addressing oil spill impacts and the artificial reef effect on deep-sea microbiomes L J Hamdan J L Salerno C A Blackwell B Little C McGown L A Fitzgerald M Damour 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2898 POSTER Biogeochemical and physical controls on the distribution of dissolved organic carbon in the deep Gulf of Mexico and basins of the Caribbean A R Margolin D A Hansell 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2899 POSTER Spatial and Temporal Variation in DeSoto Canyon Macrofaunal Community Structure A K Shantharam A Baco-Taylor 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2900 POSTER Strategies for restoration of deepwater coral ecosystems based on a global survey of oil and gas regulations E E Cordes D Jones L A Levin 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2901 POSTER Internal tide generation in the Gulf of Mexico and its impact on the Yucatan Channel and Florida Strait exchanges J M Souza J Candela J L Ochoa 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2902 POSTER Long-term Assessment of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Impact on Deep Diving Marine Mammals K Li N Sidorovskaia C Tiemann A S Ackleh T Tang G E Ioup J W Ioup 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2903 POSTER Historic Shipwrecks as Ecosystem Monitoring Platforms in the Wake of Deepwater Horizon Results of the Gulf of Mexico Shipwreck Corrosion Hydrocarbon Exposure Microbiology and Archaeology (GOM-SCHEMA) Project M Damour L J Hamdan J L Salerno C McGown C A Blackwell R Church D Warren C Horrell B Jordan J Moore 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2904 POSTER Investigating the emission dissolution and oxidation of CH4 within and around a seep bubble plume in the Gulf of Mexico M Leonte J D Kessler S A Socolofsky 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2905 POSTER Oil Spill Hydrodynamics from Droplets to Oil Slicks S Moghimi J M Restrepo S Venkataramani 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2906 POSTER Deadzones Dying Eddies and the Loop Current Stability Ventilation and Heat Content from Buoyancy Glider Observations in the Northwest Gulf of Mexico in Spring and Summer 2015 S F DiMarco A H Knap Z Wang J Walpert K Dreger 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2907 POSTER Modelling Extreme Events (Hurricanes) at the Seafloor in the Gulf of Mexico J A Syvitski C J Jenkins E H Meiburg S Radhakrishnan C K Harris H Arango T A Kniskern E W H Hutton G Auad 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2908 POSTER Effects of Crude Oil on Growth Rate and Variable Fluorescence of Marine Cyanobacteria D Fang A R Juhl 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2909 POSTER Identification and Preservation of a Rapid Depositional Event 2010 BP Oil Spill J C Heckman S Carter E Flynn R A Larson G Brooks Y Jin S Chan 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2910 POSTER Hydrostatic Modeling of Buoyant Plumes A Stroman W K Dewar B Deremble N Wienders 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2911 POSTER Monthly Scale Resolution of Sedimentary Processes Using 234Th Inventories and Mass Accumulation Rates Lessons from the 2010 DwH Event G Brooks R A Larson P T Schwing C W Holmes J C Heckman S Carter S Chan Y Jin D J Hollander 4 00 P.M. PO14H-2912 POSTER Boundary mixing along the Northern Deep Water Gulf of Mexico A Ruiz Angulo A Costa S F DiMarco J R Ledwell K L Polzin Z Wang Monday 4 00 P.M. PP14A Poster Hall Subsurface and Subseasonal Productivity Mechanisms Magnitudes Variability and Key Species III Posters (joint with B ME MM PC) Moderators Alan Kemp University of Southampton Bror Jonsson Princeton University 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0523 POSTER Chlorophyll Dynamics in the Southern California Bight C Gelpi 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0524 POSTER Ocean mesoscale eddies and vertical motion P Gaube A Pascual E Mason B Barcel -Llull S Ruiz 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0525 POSTER Seasonal variation of the phytoplankton in the Southern Atlantic Ocean (18 20 -21 S - 4137 W) S V Rodrigues M M Marinho V Brant J Fran a-Junior C Jonck V Ferreira E Marcon 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0526 POSTER Mixed layer depth and chlorophyll a profiling float observations in the Kuroshio-Oyashio Extension region S Itoh 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0527 POSTER Seasonal variability of phytoplankton community structure in the subtropical western North Pacific T Fujiki K Sasaoka K Matsumoto M Wakita Y Mino 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0528 POSTER Elucidating the Relationship Between Phytoplankton and Primary Production in the Sargasso Sea Using New Observations of Nanoplankton and Picoplankton J Matheson R J Johnson N R Bates 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0529 POSTER Photophysiology and Light Absorption Properties of the Phytoplankton Community in the Northern Gulf Of Mexico S Chakraborty S E Lohrenz K Gundersen 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0530 POSTER Continuous Silicate Utilization Over Multiple 14L 10D Day Night Cycles Confirms Night Metabolism in Lake Michigan Diatom Enrichments Using Either Nitrate or Ammonium as a Nitrogen Source M Soderling C Aguilar R L Cuhel 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0532 POSTER Nutrient Interactions of Deep Phytoplankton Biomass Layers in Lake Michigan and Modeling of Layer Conditions L Gierke B Kotwitz L Engen J Williams 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0533 POSTER Are Small Diatoms Capable of Positive Buoyancy E Perez Vega G Oh T A Villareal 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0534 POSTER The Importance of Subsurface Production for Carbon Export Evidence from Past Oceans A E S Kemp 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0535 POSTER Seasonal effects on the population structure of Prochlorococcus in the North Pacific Ocean B C Calfee Z I Johnson S Wilhelm E R Zinser 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0536 POSTER The Effects of Environmental Factors on Marine Micro-Phytoplankton Community Composition in the Summertime Western North Atlantic Ocean During WACS II J T Stone R D Vaillancourt 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 105 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0531 POSTER Picocyanobacteria Dominance in Deep Biomass Layers Relation to Diatom Presence and Episodic Events C Aguilar R L Cuhel 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0537 POSTER Increase in Dominance of Eukaryote Over Prokaryote Phytoplankton Biomass Between the Surface and the Deep Chlorophyll Maximum in the Summertime Western North Atlantic Ocean R D Vaillancourt V P Lance B R Hargreaves J F Marra 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0538 POSTER Seasonal Variation of Phytoplankton and Primary Production in the Thames River Southeastern Connecticut S C Wainright 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0539 POSTER Small-Scale Spatial Dynamics of Phytoplankton in Apalachicola Bay Florida a River-Dominated Estuary N L Geyer M H Huettel M Wetz 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0540 POSTER Global Marine Productivity and Living-Phytoplankton Carbon Biomass Estimated from a Physiological Growth Model L Arteaga M Pahlow A Oschlies 4 00 P.M. PP14A-0541 POSTER Predicting global oceanic net primary productivity with reduced-dimension linear dynamical spatiotemporal models F Gonzalez A Barton C A Stock Moderators Erica Ombres NOAA Kristan Uhlenbrock US Climate Variability and Predictability Research Program Washington DC Heather Benway Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Kathy Tedesco NOAA 8 00 A.M. AH21A-01 Decadal variability and trends in the global ocean carbon sink P Landschuetzer N Gruber A Haumann D C E Bakker 8 15 A.M. AH21A-02 Updated Southern Ocean Carbon Trends and their Sensitivity to Methods A R Fay G A McKinley N S Lovenduski 8 30 A.M. AH21A-03 Seasonality of biological and physical controls on surface ocean CO2 from hourly observations at the Southern Ocean Time Series site south of Australia E H Shadwick T W Trull B D Tilbrook A Sutton C L Sabine 8 45 A.M. AH21A-04 High-resolution Insight Into the Role of the Southern Ocean in a High-Carbon Future J L Russell 9 00 A.M. AH21A-05 Future ocean hypercapnia driven by anthropogenic amplification of the natural CO2 cycle B McNeil 9 15 A.M. AH21A-06 Projected acidification of the Mediterranean Sea J C Orr B Le Vu J Palmieri J C Dutay F Sevault S Somot 9 30 A.M. AH21A-07 Using present day observations to detect when ocean acidification exceeds natural variability of surface seawater aragonite A Sutton C L Sabine R A Feely 9 45 A.M. AH21A-08 Ocean Acidification in the Surface Waters of the Pacific-Arctic Boundary Regions J T Mathis J N Cross W Evans S C Doney Tuesday A.M. Tuesday 8 00 A.M. A21A Room 210 Advances in Understanding the Physical Processes at the AirSea interface I Moderators David Ortiz-Suslow University of Miami Melanie Fewings University of CT at Avery Point 8 00 A.M. A21A-01 Observations of the Transfer of Energy and Momentum to the Oceanic Surface Boundary Layer Beneath Breaking Waves M E Scully J H Trowbridge A W Fisher 8 15 A.M. A21A-02 Measurements of the Airflow Structure Above Waves M Buckley F Veron 8 30 A.M. A21A-03 Vertical profiles of the wave-coherent airflow over ocean surface waves L Grare W K Melville 8 45 A.M. A21A-04 Motion-Correlated Flow Distortion and WaveInduced Biases in Air-Sea Flux Measurements From Ships J Prytherch M J Yelland I M Brooks D J Tupman R W Pascal B I Moat S J Norris Tuesday 8 00 A.M. B21A Room 225-227 How Do the Carbon Pumps Pump Mechanisms of the Solubility and Biological Pumps I (joint with CT ME PC PP) Moderators Frederic Le Moigne GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Stephanie Henson National Oceanography Center 8 00 A.M. B21A-01 A New Mechanistic Model of Aggregation and Particle Export Flux Using Multiple Particle Types A Burd 8 15 A.M. B21A-02 The role of particle associated microbial respiration in mesopelagic particle flux attenuation in the NE Atlantic A Belcher S Henson R Sanders R S Lampitt 8 30 A.M. B21A-03 Large-scale Patterns and Drivers of the Biological Carbon Pump Insights from in situ Camera Observations across the Pacific Ocean A M P McDonnell J S Turner 8 45 A.M. B21A-04 Enhanced gravitational and advective particulate carbon export at a frontal region in the southern California Current Ecosystem M R Stukel M R Landry G Ralf H Song A J Miller M D Ohman K Barbeau 9 00 A.M. B21A-05 Modulation of zooplankton-mediated fluxes in oxygen minimum zones R Kiko H Hauss F Melzner J Karstensen F Buchholz 9 15 A.M. B21A-06 Biodegradation of Emiliania huxleyi Aggregates by natural Prokaryotic Communities under Increasing Hydrostatic Pressure V Riou J Para M Garel C Guigue B Al Ali C Santinelli D Lef vre J P Gattuso M Goutx C Panagiotopoulos L Beaufort S Jacquet F A C Le Moigne K Tachikawa C Tamburini Scientific Program 9 00 A.M. A21A-05 Wind Stress Variability Observed Over Coastal Waters D G Ortiz-Suslow B K Haus N Laxague N J Williams H C Graber 9 15 A.M. A21A-06 High-Frequency Wave Measurements in the Baltic Sea J V Bjorkqvist K K Kahma H Pettersson W M Drennan 9 30 A.M. A21A-07 Sea Surface Wave Spectral Properties in Coastal Waters N Laxague D G Ortiz-Suslow B K Haus N J Williams C Smith R Romeiser H C Graber 9 45 A.M. A21A-08 A Comprehensive Study on Current-Wave-Radar Backscatter Interactions in a River Mouth and Their Effect on AlongTrack InSAR Data R Romeiser C Smith A Reniers H C Graber Tuesday 8 00 A.M. AH21A Room 206 Updates Advancements and Projections on the State of the Ocean Carbon Cycle (SOCC) How the Ocean is SOCC ing it to us I (joint with A OD PO) 106 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 9 30 A.M. B21A-07 Plankton networks driving carbon export in the oligotrophic ocean L Guidi S Chaffron L Bittner D Eveillard J Raes E Karsenti C Bowler G Gorsky 9 45 A.M. B21A-08 Phytoplankton Size Impact on Export Flux in the Global Ocean C B Mouw A Barnett G A McKinley L Gloege D Pilcher 8 45 A.M. EC21A-04 Stratification and the vertical structure of wave-driven cross-shelf circulation over the inner shelf T Connolly S J Lentz 9 00 A.M. EC21A-05 Pt. Sal Inner Shelf Experiment (PSIEX) The Spatial and Temporal Evolution of Solitons form the Deep to the Beach T M Freismuth J H MacMahan J A Colosi 9 15 A.M. EC21A-06 Nonlinear dynamical and kinetic edge-wave equations M Tian A Sheremet V I Shrira 9 30 A.M. EC21A-07 Surging Non-Linear Internal Waves Deliver Cold Inner-Shelf Water to the Surfzone G Sinnett A Lucas G R Pawlak E J Terrill F Feddersen 9 45 A.M. EC21A-08 Meteo-tsunami disintegration and soliton forerunners on Atchafalaya shelf Lousiana A Sheremet U Gravois V I Shrira Tuesday 8 00 A.M. CT21A Room 228-230 The Role of Particles in the Cycling of Trace Elements and Their Isotopes in the Ocean I (joint with B HE ME PC) Moderators H l ne Planquette LEMAR UMR 6539 Phoebe Lam University of California Santa Cruz Benjamin Twining Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences 8 00 A.M. CT21A-01 Characterization of Mercury Particle Flux Using 238U 234Th Disequilibria in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre B Umhau L C Motta C R benitez-Nelson H G Close C C Hannides B N Popp J D Blum J Drazen K C Grabb 8 15 A.M. CT21A-02 Adsorption of Thorium-234 onto particles differing in surface area and surface quality A Schuster G Graf 8 30 A.M. CT21A-03 Contrasting Boundary Scavenging in two Eastern Boundary Current Regimes R F Anderson M Q Fleisher F J Pavia S M Vivancos Y Lu P Zhang H Cheng R L Edwards 8 45 A.M. CT21A-04 A Decadal Record of Elemental Composition of the Particle Flux in the Deep Sargasso Sea M H Conte A M Carter D Koweek J C Weber 9 00 A.M. CT21A-05 Fe Isotope Fractionation Across the Oxic Ferruginous Redox Transition M Staubwasser S Henkel 9 15 A.M. CT21A-06 Contribution of Resuspended Sediments to the Dissolved Trace Metal Pool (Fe Mn) An Experimental Study M Cheize H Planquette J N Fitzsimmons R M Sherrell E Pelleter C Lambert G Sarthou J Boutorh E Bucciarelli M Le Goff C Liorzou S Ch ron N Gayet 9 30 A.M. CT21A-07 On the role of Lithogenic Particles for Iron Cycling in the Atlantic Ocean C D Voelker Y Ye 9 45 A.M. CT21A-08 Particle Cycling in the Ocean based on Titanium and Particle Concentration Data from the US GEOTRACES North Atlantic Transect J M Lee P J Lam D Ohnemus Tuesday 8 00 A.M. EC21B Room 222 Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit I (joint with B HI IS PO) Moderators Jorge Vazquez NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Cara Wilson NOAA 8 00 A.M. EC21B-01 The Copernicus Sentinel-3 Mission Current Status C Donlon B Berruti C Mavrocordatos J Nieke B Seitz J Frerrick P Vuilleumier esaint H Rebhan S Mecklenburg P Goryl P F m nias 8 15 A.M. EC21B-02 Satellite Remote Sensing of Sea-Surface Temperatures over the Great Barrier Reef P J Minnett X Zhu H Beggs C R Steinberg 8 30 A.M. EC21B-03 Relationship between Sea Surface Temperature gradients and upwelling off Peru and Chile Model Data Analysis J Vazquez B Dewitte D Menemenlis T M Chin E M Armstrong H S Torres 8 45 A.M. EC21B-04 Assessment of Giant Kelp Physiological State Using Airborne Hyperspectral Imagery T W Bell D Siegel 9 00 A.M. EC21B-05 A Remote Sensing Perspective on Spatial Scales of Variation in Biogeophysical Properties of Coastal Waters W Moses S G Ackleson Tuesday 8 00 A.M. EC21A Room 220-221 Nearshore Processes V (joint with PO) Moderators Nirnimesh Kumar Scripps Institution of Oceanography Andrew Kennedy University of Notre Dame 8 00 A.M. EC21A-01 Down by the CSIDE Aerial Hyperspectral and In Situ Measurements of a Nearshore Dye Release. D J Grimes F Feddersen S N Giddings G R Pawlak N Kumar 8 15 A.M. EC21A-02 Observations of Inner Shelf Flows Influenced by a Small-Scale River Plume in the Northern Gulf of Mexico M Roth J MacMahan A Reniers T M Ozgokmen 8 30 A.M. EC21A-03 Modeling multi-scale interactions on the inner shelf the effect of alongshore variability S H Suanda N Kumar A J Miller E Di Lorenzo K A Haas D Cai F Feddersen C A Edwards 9 30 A.M. EC21B-07 Assessment and application of AirMSPI highresolution multiangle imaging photo-polarimetric observations for atmospheric correction O Kalashnikova F Xu M J Garay F C Seidel D J Diner 9 45 A.M. EC21B-08 Improved Oceanographic Measurements with Cryosat SAR Altimetry Application to the Coastal Zone and Arctic O B Andersen D Cotton M Cancet P N Garcia L Stenseng F Martin P Cipollini J Benveniste Tuesday 8 00 A.M. ED21A Room RO5 New Advances in Oceanographic Research and Education through Innovative Technologies & Experiences I (joint with B IS ME MG) Moderators Amanda Demopoulos Department of the Interior Washington DC Carlie Wiener Schmidt Ocean Institute Allison Fundis Ocean Exploration Trust 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 107 Scientific Program 9 15 A.M. EC21B-06 Using Remote Sensing to Determine the Spatial Scales of Estuaries C O Davis N Tufillaro J Nahorniak 8 00 A.M. ED21A-01 The Nautilus Exploration Program Utilizing Live Ocean Exploration as a Platform for STEM Education and Outreach A Fundis M Cook K Sutton S Garson S Poulton S Munro 8 15 A.M. ED21A-02 USING TELEPRESENCE AND NEW LEARNING PLATFORMS FOR ENGAGEMENT IN OCEAN EXPLORATION P Keener S Pomponi D Hanisak C Kelley P J Etnoyer L Sautter 8 30 A.M. ED21A-03 WITHDRAWN Telepresence-enabled research and developing work practices Z Mirmalek 8 45 A.M. ED21A-04 Measuring Habitat Quality for Deep-Sea Corals and Sponges to Add Conservation Value to TelepresenceEnabled Science and Technology P J Etnoyer T Hourigan B Reser M Monaco 9 00 A.M. ED21A-05 Chemical and Isotopic Exploration A Tale of Two Telepresence-Enabled Cruises S D Wankel A Michel 9 15 A.M. ED21A-06 USING TELEPRESENCE TO CONNECT AND ENGAGE CLASSES AND THE PUBLIC IN THE EXPLORATION OF TAMU MASSIF THE WORLD S LARGEST SINGLE VOLCANO S E NanezJames W Sager 9 30 A.M. ED21A-07 Developing Web-based Tools for Collaborative Science and Public Outreach A Friedman O Pizarro S B Williams 9 45 A.M. ED21A-08 A New Era of Multidisciplinary Expeditions Recent Opportunities and Progress to Advance the Telepresence Paradigm K L Cantwell B R Kennedy M Malik L McKenna K Elliott E Lobecker J Drewniak B Reser E Crum D Lovalvo 9 45 A.M. HE21A-08 Physical and ecological processes at a moving ice edge in the Fram Strait as observed with an AUV T Wulff W J von Appen E Bauerfeind Tuesday 8 00 A.M. ME21A Room RO3 Ecological Fluid Mechanics Interactions among Organisms and Their Fluid Environment I (joint with EC PP TP) Moderators Donald Webster Georgia Institute of Technology John Crimaldi University of Colorado at Boulder 8 00 A.M. ME21A-01 Dynamic Sinking Behavior in Diatoms Rapid Changes in Sinking Rates May Aid in Nutrient Uptake B Gemmell G Oh E J Buskey T A Villareal 8 15 A.M. ME21A-02 Small swimmers and sinkers structure the microenvironment by deforming ambient chemical gradients B Inman P J S Franks 8 30 A.M. ME21A-03 Reorientation and Swimming Stability in Sea Urchin Larvae J Wheeler K Y K Chan E Anderson K R Helfrich L S Mullineaux A Sengupta R Stocker 8 45 A.M. ME21A-04 Quantitative Analysis of Flow through Freeswimming Appendicularians K Sutherland K R Conley B J Gemmell E Thompson J M Bouquet 9 00 A.M. ME21A-05 Why Pteropods Flap Their Wings Periodically Pitch Their Shell and Swim in a Sawtooth-like Trajectory D Adhikari D R Webster J Yen 9 15 A.M. ME21A-06 The effects of in situ turbulence on the behavior of the predatory ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi S Colin N Bezio J Costello C Jaspers B Gemmell 9 30 A.M. ME21A-07 Hydrodynamics of metachronal paddling in crustaceans A Santhanakrishnan H K Lai M Samaee T J Lewis R D Guy 9 45 A.M. ME21A-08 Why Pulse If You Live in Turbulent Flow Studying the Benefits of Pulsing Behavior in Xeniid Corals J E Samson S Khatri R Holzman U Shavit L Miller Tuesday 8 00 A.M. HE21A Room 217-219 Marginal Ice Zone Processes I (joint with A PO) Moderators Craig Lee Organization Not Listed Martin Jeffries Office of Naval Research 8 00 A.M. HE21A-01 Toward Process Resolving Modeling of the Arctic Marginal Ice Zone W Maslowski R Osinski D DiMaggio A Roberts J L Clement Kinney 8 15 A.M. HE21A-02 Accuracy of short term Sea Ice Forecasts using the Marginal Ice Zone Modeling and Assimilation System (MIZMAS) A J B Schweiger J Zhang Tuesday 8 00 A.M. ME21B Room RO2 Modeling and Observing the Physical-Biological Interactions that Organize the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Biomass in Marine Ecosystems I Moderators Natalia Sidorovskaia University of Louisiana at Lafayette Sherwood Smith JAMSTEC Japan Agency for MarineEarth Science and Technology Joanna Gyory Tulane University 8 00 A.M. ME21B-01 Emergent connectivity patterns on the Great Barrier Reef K Hock N Wolff S A Condie P J Mumby 8 15 A.M. ME21B-02 Biophysical Modeling of Cross-Shore Plankton Transport A Fujimura A Reniers C B Paris A Shanks J MacMahan S Morgan 8 30 A.M. ME21B-03 Plastic and evolutionary responses of plankton to environmental change are influenced by drift in ocean currents M Doblin E van Sebille 8 45 A.M. ME21B-04 Lagrangian Flow Network a new tool to evaluate connectivity and understand the structural complexity of marine populations V Rossi M Dubois E Ser-Giacomi P Monroy C Lopez E Hernandez-Garcia Scientific Program 8 30 A.M. HE21A-03 Quantifying the Evolution of Melt Ponds in the Marginal Ice Zone Using High Resolution Optical Imagery and Neural Networks M Ortiz J C Pinales H C Graber J Wilkinson B Lund 8 45 A.M. HE21A-04 Waves in the Beaufort Sea MIZ observed with a dense and persistent array of wavebuoys from spring to autumn 2014 M J Doble J Wilkinson J M Thomson P Wadhams 9 00 A.M. HE21A-05 The Role of Late Summer Melt Pond Water Layers in the Ocean Mixed Layer on Enhancing Ice Ocean Albedo Feedbacks in the Arctic T P Stanton W J Shaw 9 15 A.M. HE21A-06 Upper Ocean Evolution Across the Beaufort Sea Marginal Ice Zone from Autonomous Gliders C Lee L Rainville M J Perry 9 30 A.M. HE21A-07 Internal Waves and Mixing in the Marginal Ice Zone from Ice-Tethered Profilers with Velocity S T Cole J M Toole 108 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 9 00 A.M. ME21B-05 At the confluence of western boundary currents A 3D Biophysical Nutrient-Zooplankton-PhytoplanktonDetritus (NPZD) Model for the Benham Rise M D R Poral A T Yniguez C Villanoy 9 15 A.M. ME21B-06 The Influence of Individual Variability on Zooplankton Population Dynamics under Different Environmental Conditions R Bi H Liu 9 30 A.M. ME21B-07 Seasonal and Inter-annual Variability in Modeled Larval Dispersal and Population Connectivity of Blue Crabs (Callinectes sapidus) in the Northern Gulf of Mexico J Gyory B Jones D S Ko C Taylor 9 45 A.M. ME21B-08 Decoupling of Environmental Conditions Primary and Secondary Producers within Cold Regimes in the Southeastern Bering Sea Insights from a Mooring Time-series and Ship-based Studies B A Stauffer J L Miksis-Olds J I Goes Moderators Christopher Sherwood U. S. Geological Survey John Walsh East Carolina University Paul Hill Dalhousie University Jan Adriaan Roelvink UNESCO-IHE 8 00 A.M. MG21A-01 Exploring Nearshore-Beach-Dune Interaction through a Coupled Modeling Framework N Cohn B Hoonhout P Ruggiero L J Moore S de Vries J A Roelvink O Duran Vinent E B Goldstein 8 15 A.M. MG21A-02 How Tides and Waves Enhance Aeolian Sediment Transport at The Sand Motor S de Vries B Hoonhout N Cohn J A Roelvink P Ruggiero L J Moore O Duran Vinent E B Goldstein 8 30 A.M. MG21A-03 Combining remotely sensed data and numerical modeling to investigate the impacts of vegetation on barrier island erosion J Long D Thompson S Dalyander 8 45 A.M. MG21A-04 The Effect of Tides and Storm Surges on the Sediment Transport during Overwash Events D Wesselman M van der Vegt A Engelstad R de Winter A Van Dongeren R T McCall 9 00 A.M. MG21A-05 Barrier Island Breaching in Response to Extreme Storms Morphodynamic Evolution of the Fire Island Wilderness Breach T R Nelson J L Miselis C J Hapke M Van Ormondt 9 15 A.M. MG21A-06 Temporal and Spatial Changes in Grain Size on a Macro-Tidal Channel-Flat Complex Results from Kingsport Nova Scotia Bay of Fundy B A Law T G Milligan P S Hill J C Garwood V A Zions 9 30 A.M. MG21A-07 Modeling 3-Dimensional Sediment Transport Processes in Delaware Estuary J McSweeney R J Chant J Wilkin 9 45 A.M. MG21A-08 Predicting Coastal Deltaic Change on a Global Scale J Nienhuis A D Ashton A J Kettner D A Edmonds J C Rowland Tuesday 8 00 A.M. ME21C Room 215-216 Ocean Deoxygenation Integrating Coastal and Oceanic Perspectives in a Changing World I (joint with B EC HI PC) Moderators Denise Breitburg Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Lisa Levin University of California San Diego Brad Seibel University of Rhode Island Michael Roman University of Maryland Center (UMCES) for Environmental Science 8 00 A.M. ME21C-01 Patterns of deoxygenation - natural and anthropogenic driver A Oschlies W Koeve A Landolfi J Getzlaff C J Somes I Kriest 8 15 A.M. ME21C-02 Decadal variability in the oxygen inventory of North Atlantic Subtropical Underwater captured by sustained long-term oceanographic time-series observations E Montes F E Muller-Karger A Cianca M W Lomas L Lorenzoni S Y Habtes 8 30 A.M. ME21C-03 A More or Less Certain Future What Role for Climate Variability in Defining Coastal Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Exposure F Chan 8 45 A.M. ME21C-04 Seasonal Hypoxia on the Shelf and Shoaling of the Permanent Oxycline in the Open Sea Two Faces of the Black Sea Deoxygenation A Capet M Gregoire E Stanev J M Beckers J W Murray 9 00 A.M. ME21C-05 MECHANISMS CAUSING HYPOXIA IN THE BALTIC SEA AT DIFFERENT SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SCALES D J Conley J Carstensen B Gustafsson C P Slomp 9 15 A.M. ME21C-06 INTERNAL TIDE POOLS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF HYPOXIA IN THE KELP FOREST P Leary M E Squibb C B Woodson M Denny F Micheli S G Monismith 9 30 A.M. ME21C-07 Multpile Drivers of Hypoxia in a Central California Coastal Ecosystem Influence Fish Diversity and Estuarine Nursery Function B B Hughes M D Levey M C Fountain A B Carlisle F Chavez M G Gleason 9 45 A.M. ME21C-08 Losing Track of Time Is Hypoxia In Part To Blame For Baltic Cod Aging Problems K E Limburg K Hussy Tuesday 8 00 A.M. MM21A Room RO4 Microbial Interactions in Ocean Ecosystems Ecology to Biogeochemistry I (joint with B ME) Moderators Tatiana Rynearson University of Rhode Island Dana Hunt Duke University 8 15 A.M. MM21A-02 Bacteria Interactions with Dying Diatoms S Smriga G Juarez V Fernandez R Stocker 8 30 A.M. MM21A-03 Cobalamin and Cobalamin-like Compounds in the Sunlit Ocean Inter-Phyla Mutualism or Competition K Heal W Qin W Coyote D Stahl V Armbrust A Devol J Moffett A E Ingalls 8 45 A.M. MM21A-04 Genetic Manipulation of Competition for Nitrate between Heterotrophic Bacteria and Diatoms R E Diner A E Allen 9 00 A.M. MM21A-05 Transcriptomic Analysis and Microscopic Observations in the Cyanobacterium UCYN-A during Diel Cycles M D C Mu oz-Marin H Farnelid J P Zehr 9 15 A.M. MM21A-06 Molecular Insights Into a Dinoflagellate Bloom Imply Bacterial Cultivation W Gong N Hall D Schruth H W Paerl A Marchetti Tuesday 8 00 A.M. MG21A Room 231-232 Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales III (joint with EC PO TP) 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 109 Scientific Program 8 00 A.M. MM21A-01 Imaging eubacteria and archaean cell abundance and nitrification activity on marine snow particles collected from the South Pacific using microscopy and nanoSIMS R Foster A E Santoro D Tienken S Littman W Berelson M M M Kuypers 9 30 A.M. MM21A-07 Community Composition and Metabolic Diversity of Deep-sea Lophelia pertusa Microbiomes and their Relatedness to the Local Environment C A Blackwell L J Hamdan J L Salerno 9 45 A.M. MM21A-08 DMSP Uptake and Retention by Natural Marine Bacteria Relieves Osmotic Stress J Motard-Cot R P Kiene Stream region R Saravanan J Steinweg-Woods P Chang J Hsieh 8 30 A.M. PC21A-03 The influence of the Gulf Stream on Wintertime European blocking S Minobe C H O Reilly A Kuwano-Yoshida 8 45 A.M. PC21A-04 Predominant nonlinear atmospheric response to meridional shift of the Gulf Stream path from the WRF atmospheric model simulations H Seo Y O Kwon T M Joyce 9 00 A.M. PC21A-05 Influence of Kuroshio Oceanic Eddies on North Pacific Weather Patterns X Ma P Chang R Saravanan R Montuoro J S Hsieh D Wu X Lin L Wu Z Jing 9 15 A.M. PC21A-06 Wintertime atmospheric response to decadal SST anomalies in the North Pacific frontal zone and its relationship to dominant atmospheric internal variability S Okajima H Nakamura K Nishii T Miyasaka A Kuwano-Yoshida B Taguchi 9 30 A.M. PC21A-07 Distinguishing Between the Atmospheric Response to the Variability of the Kuroshio and the Oyashio Extensions in the Cold Season and the Impact of the Main Extratropical and Tropical SST Modes and Sea-Ice Concentration Changes C Frankignoul A Revelard Y O Kwon 9 45 A.M. PC21A-08 State-Dependence of Atmospheric Response to Extratropical North Pacific SST Anomalies M Latif G Zhou R J Greatbatch W Park Tuesday 8 00 A.M. OD21A Room RO1 Autonomous Observations of Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Properties and Processes in the Open Ocean From the Diel and Local Scales to Climate on the Global Scale I (joint with B HE IS PP) Moderators Emmanuel Boss University of Maine Richard Lampitt National Oceanography Centre Pierre Testor Laboratoire d Oc anographie et de Climatologie Herve Claustre Laboratoire d oc anographie de Villefranche (UPMC-CNRS) 8 00 A.M. OD21A-01 Biogeochemistry from Gliders at the Hawaii Ocean Times-Series D P Nicholson B Barone D M Karl 8 15 A.M. OD21A-02 Investigating Triggers of North Atlantic Spring Blooms Using Gliders as a Part of the OSMOSIS Project A S Rumyantseva S Henson A P Martin A F Thompson K J Heywood J Kaiser G Damerell 8 30 A.M. OD21A-03 Spatiotemporal Variability in Particulate Organic Carbon Export Observed Using Bio-Optical Profiling Floats M L Estapa 8 45 A.M. OD21A-04 Autonomous Observations of Coupled Physical-Biological Processes in the Ice-covered Arctic Ocean over Diel to Annual Scales S R Laney R A Krishfield J M Toole M L Timmermans 9 00 A.M. OD21A-05 The annual cycle of the North Atlantic phytoplankton A Mignot R M Ferrari S Dutkiewicz 9 15 A.M. OD21A-06 Classification of Physico-Chemical Vertical Profiles in the Antarctic Ocean Using Elephant Seals as Samplers D Nerini C Guinet F Bailleul E Pauthenet 9 30 A.M. OD21A-07 Annual Net Community Production in the Western Subtropical North Pacific Determined from Argo-O2 Measurements B Yang S R Emerson S M Bushinsky 9 45 A.M. OD21A-08 Autonomous Gliders Observed Physical and Biogeochemical Interplay at Submesoscale during Deep Convection in the Gulf of Lions (NW Mediterranean) A Bosse P Testor P Damien F D Ortenzio L M Prieur C Estournel P Marsaleix L Mortier Tuesday 8 00 A.M. PO21A Room 208-209 Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation IV Moderators Shane Keating University of New South Wales Julien Le Sommer LGGE. Univ. Grenoble-Alpes CNRS Rick Lumpkin NOAA Miami 8 00 A.M. PO21A-01 Submesoscale In-Situ Observations Across the ACC during the Formation of a Mesoscale Eddy during SMILES K Adams J R Taylor P J Hosegood J B Sallee S Bachman M A Stamper 8 15 A.M. PO21A-02 Submesoscale Wrinkles in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current J R Taylor K Adams S Bachman P J Hosegood J B Sallee M A Stamper 8 30 A.M. PO21A-03 The instability of lenticular vortices S G Llewellyn Smith N Lahaye A Paci 8 45 A.M. PO21A-04 Spontaneous Wave Generation from Submesoscale Fronts and Filaments C J Shakespeare 9 00 A.M. PO21A-05 Observations of Dye Dispersion in the Gulf Stream Core and North Wall M A Sundermeyer D A Birch C Lee J M Klymak E A D Asaro R K Shearman L N Thomas 9 15 A.M. PO21A-06 Inference and Biogeochemical Response of Vertical Velocities inside a Mode Water Eddy B Barcel -Llull E Pallas Sanz P Sangr 9 30 A.M. PO21A-07 Separating Small-Scale Vortical Motions and Internal Waves in Sargasso Sea R C Lien T B Sanford 9 45 A.M. PO21A-08 Impact Of Resolving Submesoscale Features On Modeling The Gulf Stream System E Chassignet X Xu Scientific Program Tuesday 8 00 A.M. PC21A Room 211-213 Midlatitude Climate Dynamics and the Role of the Ocean I (joint with PO TE) Moderators Shoshiro Minobe Hokkaido University Noel Keenlyside Geophysical Institute Bergen Justin Small National Center for Atmospheric Research 8 00 A.M. PC21A-01 Role of Mid-latitude Oceanic Front Zones in the Ozone-induced Climate Change over the Southern Hemisphere as Revealed in Aqua Planet Experiments H Nakamura F Ogawa N E Omrani K Nishii N S Keenlyside 8 15 A.M. PC21A-02 WITHDRAWN Simulated and observed atmospheric response to oceanic mesoscale eddies in the Gulf 110 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Tuesday 8 00 A.M. PO21B Room 207 New Insights into Shelf and Slope Processes from Interdisciplinary Studies and the Use of Autonomous Platforms I (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Alberto Piola Servicio de Hidrograf a Nava Harvey Seim Univ North Carolina Chapel Hill 8 00 A.M. PO21B-01 Planktonic blooms from the Patagonian Shelf to the Open Waters of the Atlantic Sector of the Southern Ocean Y H Spitz V Combes R P Matano 8 15 A.M. PO21B-02 Spiciness and dissolved oxygen variability in Oregon shelf slope and offshore waters from a 25-year model simulation S M Durski J A Barth C Deutsch J C McWilliams 8 30 A.M. PO21B-03 Satellite-Derived Shelf-Slope Exchanges in the Southern Benguela Coastal Current P T Strub C James V Combes R P Matano 8 45 A.M. PO21B-04 Shelf Deep-Ocean Exchanges in the South Georgia Region R P Matano V Combes M P Meredith E F Young Y H Spitz 9 00 A.M. PO21B-05 Export of a Winter Shelf Phytoplankton Bloom at the Shelf Margin of Long Bay (South Atlantic Bight USA) J Nelson H Seim C R Edwards S Lockhart T Moore C Y Robertson J Amft 9 15 A.M. PO21B-06 Physical and geochemical drivers of CDOM variability near a natural seep site in the Gulf of Mexico C R Edwards L Powers P M Medeiros 9 30 A.M. PO21B-07 Coupled ocean-shelf ecosystem modelling of northern North Atlantic J Harle J T Holt M Butensch n J I Allen 9 45 A.M. PO21B-08 VARIABILITY OF LARGE OUTFLOW OF FRESH WATER INTO THE OPEN OCEAN R Guerrero A R Piola H Fenco 9 15 A.M. PO21C-06 Mid-depth mixing under the subpolar front at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge M Walter C Mertens 9 30 A.M. PO21C-07 Upper Ocean Turbulent Processes in the Antarctic Frontal Zones S Merrifield L St Laurent A Thurherr J M Toole B Owens 9 45 A.M. PO21C-08 Energy Cascade from Internal Modes in Nonuniformly Stratified Fluid through Excitation of Superharmonic Disturbances B R Sutherland Plenary Lectures Great Hall AB 10 30 A.M. Speaker M.S. Lozier 11 30 A.M. Panel Discussion C.A. Wilson N. Knowlton L. Swann Tuesday P.M. A23A Room 210 Tuesday 2 00 P.M. Advances in Understanding the Physical Processes at the Air-Sea interface II Moderators Nathan Laxague RSMAS Thomas Kilpatrick Scripps Institution of Oceanography 2 00 P.M. A23A-01 Transient evolution of bubbles and dissolved gases at moderate wind speeds J Liang 2 15 P.M. A23A-02 Multi-Scale Dynamics of Near-Surface Turbulence in a Numerical Wind-Wave Tank S Matt I B Savelyev W Hou A Soloviev 2 30 P.M. A23A-03 Early report on field observations of Langmuir turbulence from relevant forcing parameters to multi-scale interactions to impact on the mixed layer I B Savelyev 2 45 P.M. A23A-04 Air-Sea Momentum and Enthalpy Exchange in Coupled Atmosphere-Wave-Ocean Modeling of Tropical Cyclones M Curcic S S Chen 3 00 P.M. A23A-05 SST Wind stress mesoscale coupling in the PeruChile region what drives its temporal variations V Oerder F Colas V Echevin S G Masson F Lemari S Jullien G Madec 3 15 P.M. A23A-06 The role of subsurface currents in supplying the seasonal upwelling in the Eastern Equatorial Atlantic A Papapostolou W E Johns P Brandt J Jouanno R Lumpkin 3 30 P.M. A23A-07 Long-term variability of the South Adriatic circulation in relation to North Atlantic oscillation L Shabrang 3 45 P.M. A23A-08 Characterization of the variability of the South Pacific Convergence Zone using satellite and reanalysis wind product T Lee A N Kidwell Y H Jo X H Yan Tuesday 8 00 A.M. PO21C Room 203-205 The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller I (joint with A EC OD TP) Moderators Emily Shroyer Oregon State Univ Louis St Laurent Woods Hole Oceanographic Insti 8 00 A.M. PO21C-01 NEAR-INERTIAL PROPAGATION INSIDE MESOSCALE EDDIES M P Lelong P Bouruet Aubertot Y Cuypers 8 15 A.M. PO21C-02 Numerical Simulations of the Competition Between Restratification and Mixing Induced by Submesoscale Instabilities M A Stamper J R Taylor K Adams S Bachman P J Hosegood J B Sallee R Torres 8 30 A.M. PO21C-03 Coupled Evolution of Near-inertial Waves and Quasigeostrophic Flow G L Wagner W R Young 8 45 A.M. PO21C-04 Effects of Submesoscale Eddies and SmallScale Langmuir Turbulence on Multi-Scale Fluxes Flow Instabilities and Spectra in the Oceanic Mixed Layer P Hamlington K Smith B Fox-Kemper 9 00 A.M. PO21C-05 The Role of the Wind and Mesoscale Eddies in Internal Wave Driven Mixing at Midlatitudes C Whalen J A MacKinnon L D Talley Tuesday 2 00 P.M. AH23A Room 206 Updates Advancements and Projections on the State of the Ocean Carbon Cycle (SOCC) How the Ocean is SOCC ing it to us II (joint with A OD PO) Moderators Erica Ombres NOAA Kristan Uhlenbrock US Climate Variability and Predictability Research Program Washington DC Heather Benway Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Kathy Tedesco NOAA 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 111 Scientific Program 2 00 P.M. AH23A-01 Evaluating the Roles of Intertidal Salt Marshes to the Coastal CO2 System and Coastal Carbon Budget A Z Wang K D Kroeger N K Ganju M E Gonneea S N Chu 2 15 P.M. AH23A-02 Investigating eukaryotic fermentation as the likely source of unassigned dissolved inorganic carbon production in permeable sediments under anoxic conditions M Bourke P L M Cook 2 30 P.M. AH23A-03 Seawater Carbonate Chemistry of Deep-sea Coral Beds off the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands J Brooks K Shamberger E B Roark K Miller A Baco-Taylor 2 45 P.M. AH23A-04 The Surface Ocean Carbon Dioxide Atlas (SOCAT) A Solid Data Base for Carbon Related Research T Steinhoff D C E Bakker R H Wanninkhof K Currie C Landa P Landschutzer N Metzl S I Nakaoka Y Nojiri K O Brien A Olsen B Pfeil U Schuster K M Smith B D Tilbrook 3 00 P.M. AH23A-05 Air-Sea CO2 Fluxes in the Gulf of Mexico a Data-Based Climatology L Barbero D Pierrot R H Wanninkhof L L Robbins W J Cai 3 15 P.M. AH23A-06 On which timescales do gas transfer velocities control North Atlantic CO2 flux variability M Couldrey K I C Oliver A Yool P R Halloran E P Achterberg 3 30 P.M. AH23A-07 Drivers of Water Column Calcium Carbonate Fluxes and Dissolution in the Gulf of Maine Impacts on the Carbon Cycle C H Pilskaln A Z Wang G L Lawson K Hayashi J Salisbury 3 45 P.M. AH23A-08 Detecting Changes in Marine Responses to ENSO from 850-2100 CE Insights from the Ocean Carbon Cycle K M Keller F Joos F Lehner C Raible 3 45 P.M. B23A-08 The calcium carbonate counter pump Fundamentals evolution through time and future feedbacks R E Zeebe Tuesday 2 00 P.M. CT23A Room 228-230 The Role of Particles in the Cycling of Trace Elements and Their Isotopes in the Ocean II (joint with B HE ME PC) Moderators H l ne Planquette LEMAR UMR 6539 Phoebe Lam University of California Santa Cruz Benjamin Twining Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences 2 00 P.M. CT23A-01 Particulate Trace Metal Composition in Coastal Waters Surrounding Taiwan K T Jiann K C Huang A C Hsieh 2 15 P.M. CT23A-02 Particulate trace elements in the North Atlantic along the GEOVIDE section (GEOTRACES GA01) H Planquette A Gourain M Cheize J L Menzel Barraqueta J Boutorh R Shelley L Pereira Contreira F Lacan P Lherminier G Sarthou 2 30 P.M. CT23A-03 Particulate Trace and Minor Element Behavior in a Dust-dominated Basin Results from the US GEOTRACES North Atlantic Zonal Transect (GA03) P J Lam D Ohnemus 2 45 P.M. CT23A-04 Assessing the marine geological cycle of cobalt from its interactions with particles in the Black Sea M Boye G Dulaquais H Planquette M J A Rijkenberg 3 00 P.M. CT23A-05 Westward Penetration of Particulate and Dissolved Iron Redox Species from the Peruvian Margin M I Heller P J Lam J Moffett 3 15 P.M. CT23A-06 WITHDRAWN Particulate Iron Speciation and Transport in the East Pacific Rise 15oS Hydrothermal Mega Plume C L Hoffman S L Nicholas M I Heller P J Lam B M Toner 3 30 P.M. CT23A-07 Long-range transport of hydrothermal iron facilitated by dissolved-particulate exchange K Forsch J N Fitzsimmons C R German R M Sherrell 3 45 P.M. CT23A-08 Iron partitioning between the dissolved and particulate phase within a rising hydrothermal plume Beebe Vents Piccard Hydrothermal Field Mid-Cayman Rise J A Breier Jr M L Estapa C R German Tuesday 2 00 P.M. B23A Room 225-227 How Do the Carbon Pumps Pump Mechanisms of the Solubility and Biological Pumps II (joint with CT ME PC PP) Moderators Galen McKinley University of Wisconsin - Madison Nicole Lovenduski University of Colorado 2 00 P.M. B23A-01 Using Preformed and Remineralized Nutrients to Map Spatial Variation in Remineralization R Bernardello A P Martin S Khatiwala I Kriest S Henson Scientific Program 2 15 P.M. B23A-02 The Role of Temperature and Oxygen for the Remineralization of Sinking Organic Matter C Laufkotter C A Stock J P Dunne 2 30 P.M. B23A-03 Tracer constraints on organic particle transfer efficiency to the deep ocean T S Weber J A Cram C A Deutsch 2 45 P.M. B23A-04 The Seasonal Mixed-Layer Pump is a Major Source of Energy for the Mesopelagic Ocean G Dall Olmo J Dingle L Polimene R J Brewin 3 00 P.M. B23A-05 Influence of the biological pump on carbon uptake over the annual cycle across the North Pacific Ocean H I Palevsky P Quay 3 15 P.M. B23A-06 The impact of resolving mesoscale eddies on the biological pump and the associated planktonic community structure in an earth system model C S Harrison 3 30 P.M. B23A-07 Detectability of Change in the Ocean Carbon Sink G A McKinley D Pilcher A R Fay K T Lindsay M C Long N S Lovenduski Tuesday 2 00 P.M. EC23A Room 220-221 Observations and Modeling of Physical Processes along Coral Reef-Lined Coasts I (joint with ME MG PC PO) Moderators Curt Storlazzi U.S. Geological Survey Ronald Hoeke CSIRO 2 00 P.M. EC23A-01 Alongshore Momentum Budget Variations Over a Fringing Coral Reef I B Arzeno A Collignon S N Giddings M A Merrifield G R Pawlak 2 15 P.M. EC23A-02 Wave Transformation over a Fringing Coral Reef and the Importance of Low-Frequency Waves and Offshore Water Levels to Runup and Island Overtopping O M Cheriton C D Storlazzi K J Rosenberger 2 30 P.M. EC23A-03 An Integrated Study of the Degadation of a Reefscape in the Florida Keys D G Zawada K K Yates 2 45 P.M. EC23A-04 High Temporal Resolution Characterization of the Carbonate Chemistry and the Relative Influence of Community 112 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Metabolic Processes on Controlling Coral Reef Dynamics at La Parguera Puerto Rico M Melendez J Salisbury D K Gledhill S Musielewicz J M Morell D Manzello 3 00 P.M. EC23A-05 Uncovering the Fine-Scale Connectivity of Coral Reefs via Lagrangian Coherent Structures T Peacock M Leclair G N Ivey R Lowe Z Zhang 3 15 P.M. EC23A-06 Modeling Hydrodynamics on the Wave Group Scale in Topographically Complex Reef Environments J Reyns J M Becker M A Merrifield J A Roelvink 3 30 P.M. EC23A-07 Modeling Motu Using hydrodynamic modeling to parameterize morphodynamic interactions between reef flats and reef islands A D Ashton A C Ortiz J Lorenzo-Trueba J P Donnelly 3 45 P.M. EC23A-08 Can reef islands keep up with sea level Exploring the interplay between sea-level rise sediment supply and overwash processes J Lorenzo Trueba Tuesday 2 00 P.M. ED23A Room RO5 Teacher-Researcher Partnerships Working at the Interface of Science and Education to Enhance Student Learning I Moderators Janet Warburton ARCUS Patricia Yager University of Georgia Dolores Garay Redd School 2 00 P.M. ED23A-01 Expect the unexpected A look at teacherresearcher partnerships over the long-term J Warburton S Bartholow A Larson 2 15 P.M. ED23A-02 Scientists and Classroom Teachers Working Together a Win-win Scenario Demonstrated Over a Ten Year Period of Collaboration Through Arctic Research B Carvellas J M Grebmeier L W Cooper 2 30 P.M. ED23A-03 Tides Krill Penguins Oh My Scientists and Teachers Partner in Project CONVERGE to Bring Collaborative Antarctic Research Authentic Data and Scientific Inquiry into the Hands of NJ and NY Students K I Hunter-thomson J T Kohut K Florio J D McDonnell C Ferraro H Clark K Gardner M J Oliver 2 45 P.M. ED23A-04 Sustaining Broader Impacts through Researcher-Teacher Collaboration (A Model Based on Award Abstract 1334935 Collaborative Research Investigating the Ecological Importance of Iron Storage in Diatoms.) M Sutton A Marchetti 3 00 P.M. ED23A-05 Under the Scope Bringing Zooplankton Research into the K-12 Classroom J Cohen C Petrone A Wickline 3 15 P.M. ED23A-06 How can we make Science Education and Careers more attractive for Young People K Knickmeier K Kruse 3 30 P.M. ED23A-07 THE BENEFITS OF BEING A STUDENT OF TEACHER RESEARCHERS EXPERIENCES (SOTRE) E Eubanks E Guinan M Chiste A Lavoie 3 45 P.M. ED23A-08 The SMORE Project A Model for Transforming Authentic Research Into Classroom Curricula D Garay P L Yager Tuesday 2 00 P.M. EC23B Room 222 Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit II (joint with B HI IS PO) Moderators Curtiss Davis Oregon State University Kevin Turpie University of Maryland Baltimore County Wesley Moses Naval Research Laboratory 2 00 P.M. EC23B-01 On the Challenge of Observing Pelagic Sargassum in Coastal Oceans A Multi-sensor Assessment C Hu L Feng R Hardy E J Hochberg 2 15 P.M. EC23B-02 Remote Sensing of Coastal and Inland Waters L De Keukelaere S Sterckx S Adriaensen E Knaeps 2 30 P.M. EC23B-03 The Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) and Global Observations of Tidal Wetlands K R Turpie V V Klemas K B Byrd 2 45 P.M. EC23B-04 LANDSAT-derived 28-year history of phytoplankton blooms in Western Lake Erie shows changes in peak bloom timing and challenges due to phytoplankton species variability J C Ho A M Michalak R P Stumpf 3 00 P.M. EC23B-05 Differentiation of cyanophyte algal and suspended sediment signatures in the 2015 CyanoHAB in Sandusky Bay Lake Erie J D Ortiz G S Bullerjahn S Schiller J C Luvall K Slodysko R M McKay J Lekki J Chaffin D L Bade D Avouris T Tuttle E Davenport F Zheng K Carey S Hunter A Huston K R Mudiyanselage 3 15 P.M. EC23B-06 VIIRS Ocean Color Products over Turbid Coastal and Inland Waters M Wang L Jiang X Liu S Son J Sun W Shi L Tan K Mikelsons X Wang V P Lance 3 30 P.M. EC23B-07 Coral Reef Color Remote and In-Situ Imaging Spectroscopy of Reef Structure and Function E J Hochberg 3 45 P.M. EC23B-08 Hyperspectral remote sensing and long term monitoring reveal watershed-estuary ecosystem interactions E L Hestir D H Schoellhamer M J Santos J A Greenberg T MorganKing S Khanna S Ustin Tuesday 2 00 P.M. HE23A Room 217-219 2 00 P.M. HE23A-01 In Situ Measurement of Surface Turbulent Exchange Over Arctic Sea Ice D J Salisbury 2 15 P.M. HE23A-02 Overview of the Sea State and Boundary Layer Physics on the Emerging Arctic experiment J M Thomson 2 30 P.M. HE23A-03 Causes and Consequences of Air-Ocean Energy Fluxes During Arctic Freeze-Up O P G Persson B Blomquist S E Stammerjohn P S Guest W Rogers C W Fairall J M Thomson S F Ackley 2 45 P.M. HE23A-04 Contrasts in Seasonal Sea Ice Melt Processes in the Beaufort Chukchi and Antarctic Marginal Ice Zones Observed by Autonomous Buoys T Maksym J Wilkinson P B Hwang K C Leonard S E Stammerjohn S F Ackley J Mei 3 00 P.M. HE23A-05 Wave modeling for the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas W Rogers J Thomson H H Shen P G Posey D A Hebert 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 113 Scientific Program Marginal Ice Zone Processes II (joint with A PO) Moderators Jeremy Wilkinson NERC British Antarctic Survey Jim Thomson Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington 3 15 P.M. HE23A-06 Observation and parametrization of wave attenuation through the MIZ F Ardhuin 3 30 P.M. HE23A-07 Scaling Observations of Distance Limited Waves in the Seasonally Ice-Covered Beaufort Sea M Smith J Thomson 3 45 P.M. HE23A-08 Modelling Sea Ice in the Changing Arctic A Combined Elastic-Viscous-Plastic and Collisional Rheology for Sea Ice S Rynders Y Aksenov D L Feltham A J G Nurser A Naveira Garabato 2 15 P.M. ME23B-02 Oxygen and Temperature Effects on Vertically Migrating Animals in Oxygen Minimum Zones B Seibel 2 30 P.M. ME23B-03 Assessing the impacts of deoxygenation on marine species using blood-oxygen binding thresholds as proxies for hypoxia tolerance in the water column A Smith-Mislan C Deutsch J P Dunne J L Sarmiento 2 45 P.M. ME23B-04 Foraminiferal Metabolism Under Hypoxia SubCellular NanoSIMS Imaging of Intertidal Ammonia tepida Feeding Behavior C LeKieffre J Spangenberg E Geslin A Meibom 3 00 P.M. ME23B-05 I See the Light ...Or Maybe Not. Evaluating the Effects of Oxygen and Light on Highly Visual Marine Organisms L McCormick L A Levin 3 15 P.M. ME23B-06 Different Levels of Hypoxia Tolerance during Early Life History Stages of Key Fish Species from the Northern Benguela Upwelling Ecosystem Inferred from the Comparison of Eco-Physiological Traits S J Geist R M Imam A Kunzmann W Ekau 3 30 P.M. ME23B-07 Fish Ecology and Evolution in the World s Oxygen Minimum Zones and Implications of a Warming Ocean N Gallo E C Navarro A T Yazzie J P Barry L A Levin 3 45 P.M. ME23B-08 Shared Physiological and Molecular Responses in Marine Fish and Invertebrates to Environmental Hypoxia Potential Biomarkers of Adverse Impacts on Marine Communities P Thomas S Rahman Tuesday 2 00 P.M. ME23A Room RO2 Modeling and Observing the Physical-Biological Interactions that Organize the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Biomass in Marine Ecosystems II Moderators Natalia Sidorovskaia University of Louisiana at Lafayette Sherwood Smith JAMSTEC Japan Agency for MarineEarth Science and Technology Joanna Gyory Tulane University 2 00 P.M. ME23A-01 Increasing biomass in the global and warm oceans Unexpected new insights from SeaWiFS data 1997-2010 I Marinov D J Shields A Cabre P Sharma D Fine T S Kostadinov 2 15 P.M. ME23A-02 Effect of Extremes How El Ni o Events Affect Reef Fish Population Connectivity in the Hawaiian Islands J Wren R J Toonen 2 30 P.M. ME23A-03 Influence of Ocean Circulation Changes on the Inter-Annual Variability of American Eel Larvae Dispersal L J Pratt I Rypina M S Lozier 2 45 P.M. ME23A-04 Uncovering regional variations in the balance of physical and biological controls on phytoplankton ecology with underway flow cytometry S Clayton D Halperin F Ribalet J Swalwell B Howe V Armbrust 3 00 P.M. ME23A-05 Modelling coral larval dispersal across the world s greatest marine barrier S Wood I B Baums C B Paris A Ridgwell K William E Hendy 3 15 P.M. ME23A-06 Transport in the Nearshore Linking Larval Vertical Distributions and Coastal Hydrodynamics N Reyns J Pineda S J Lentz Tuesday 2 00 P.M. MG23A Room 231-232 Sediment Dynamics in Coastal Settings Observations and Modeling of Sediment Transport Morphology and Change on Event to Decadal Timescales IV (joint with EC PO TP) Moderators Patrick Barnard USGS California Water Science Center San Diego Joseph Long USGS Michigan Water Science Center Peter Ruggerio Oregon State University 2 00 P.M. MG23A-01 Biannual Cycles in Intertidal Beach Volume Variations in New Zealand K R Bryan B Blossier G Coco 2 15 P.M. MG23A-02 On the Importance of Wave Simulation Techniques for Forecasting Shoreline Change D L Anderson J A Alvarez Antolinez F J Mendez P Ruggiero 2 30 P.M. MG23A-03 WITHDRAWN Coastal Response to Latitudinal Shifts in Wave Climate in Southeast Australia using a Surrogate Buoy Approach T Mortlock I D Goodwin 2 45 P.M. MG23A-04 Understanding Long-term Large-scale Shoreline Change and the Sediment Budget on Fire Island NY using a 3D hydrodynamics-based model J H List I Safak J C Warner W C Schwab C J Hapke E E Lentz 3 00 P.M. MG23A-05 Development and Application of a Long-term Shoreline Change Model for Assessing Climate Change Impacts S Vitousek P Barnard L H Erikson 3 15 P.M. MG23A-06 Drawing the line on the sand R Ranasinghe R Jongejan D Wainwright D P Callaghan 3 30 P.M. MG23A-07 Mississippi River Delta front loading mechanisms using non-linear wave modeling I Y Georgiou S J Bentley K Xu J M Maloney M D Miner G P Keller J Obelcz Scientific Program 3 30 P.M. ME23A-07 Linking Satellite Observations with Coupled Bio-physical Models of Sargassum M T Brooks V Coles R R Hood J F R Gower 3 45 P.M. ME23A-08 Biogeochemical provinces in the global ocean based on phytoplankton growth limitation T Hashioka T Hirata M N Aita S Chiba Tuesday 2 00 P.M. ME23B Room 215-216 Ocean Deoxygenation Integrating Coastal and Oceanic Perspectives in a Changing World II (joint with B EC HI PC) Moderators Denise Breitburg Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Lisa Levin University of California San Diego Brad Seibel University of Rhode Island Michael Roman University of Maryland Center (UMCES) for Environmental Science 2 00 P.M. ME23B-01 Overheated and Out of Breath Temperature Regulation of Respiration and Oxygen Supply in Coastal Zooplankton M Roman D T Elliott J J Pierson 114 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 45 P.M. MG23A-08 Fine sediment trapping deposition and remobilization at in tidal salt wedge front D K Ralston W R Geyer G C Kineke outcomes Successes and Lessons Learned from Proposal Evaluation to Public Repositories to Lasting Achievements A Miller V Zykov 2 45 P.M. OD23A-04 Ocean Sciences meets Big Data Analytics B L Hurwitz I Choi J Hartman 3 00 P.M. OD23A-05 Data Stewardship in the Ocean Sciences Needs to Include Physical Samples K A Lehnert 3 15 P.M. OD23A-06 Increasing global accessibility and understanding of water column sonar data C Wall C Anderson S Mesick A R Parsons T Boyer S J McLean 3 30 P.M. OD23A-07 The Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas Stewarding Underway Carbon Data from Collection to Archival K O Brien K M Smith B Pfeil C Landa D C E Bakker A Olsen S Jones B Shrestha A Kozyr A B Manke R Schweitzer E F Burger 3 45 P.M. OD23A-08 ICOADS A Foundational Database with a new Release W Angel E Freeman S D Woodruff S J Worley P Brohan L Dumenil-Gates E C Kent S R Smith Tuesday 2 00 P.M. MM23A Room RO4 Microbial Interactions in Ocean Ecosystems Ecology to Biogeochemistry II (joint with B ME) Moderators Tatiana Rynearson University of Rhode Island Dana Hunt Duke University 2 00 P.M. MM23A-01 Multi-bacterial influences on diatom bloom and toxigenesis M Sison-Mangus S Jiang R M Kudela S Mehic 2 15 P.M. MM23A-02 Species-Specific Associations Between Bacterioplankton and Photosynthetic Picoeukaryotes H Farnelid K Turk-Kubo J P Zehr 2 30 P.M. MM23A-03 Marine Microscale Interactions Exploring the Ecological Relationships Between a Cosmopolitan Eukaryotic Diatom Thalassiosira rotula and its Associated Heterotrophic Bacterial Assemblage O M Ahern T Williams K A Whittaker D Hunt T A Rynearson 2 45 P.M. MM23A-04 B-Vitamin Competition Intracellular and Dissolved B-Vitamins Provide Insight into Marine Microbial Community Dynamics C Suffridge L Gomez-Consarnau P Qu N Tenenbaum F Fu D A Hutchins S A Sanudo-Wilhelmy 3 00 P.M. MM23A-05 Investigating the chemical preferences of marine microbes in situ at organismal scales B Lambert J B Raina J Seymour C Rinke G W Tyson P Hugenholtz R Stocker 3 15 P.M. MM23A-06 Context Dependency of a Marine Defensive Symbiosis over a Wide Geographic Distribution N Lopanik J Linneman 3 30 P.M. MM23A-07 Archaeal- and Bacterial-Specific Predation in the Deep North Atlantic L M Seyler S J Tuorto L R McGuinness D Gong L J Kerkhof 3 45 P.M. MM23A-08 Grazer Impacts on Synechococcus Populations in the Coastal Gulf of Maine Identifying Specific Microbial Interactions to Understand Bloom Dynamics P D Countway N Poulton M Sieracki A Hoeglund S Anderson W G Burns Tuesday 2 00 P.M. PC23A Room 211-213 Midlatitude Climate Dynamics and the Role of the Ocean II (joint with PO TE) Moderators Shoshiro Minobe Hokkaido University Noel Keenlyside Geophysical Institute Bergen Justin Small National Center for Atmospheric Research 2 00 P.M. PC23A-01 Factors shaping the global warming atmospheric response in the North Atlantic Sector N S Keenlyside R Hand N E Omrani J Bader R J Greatbatch 2 15 P.M. PC23A-02 Extreme Conditions Over Europe and North America Role of the Atlantic Multidecadal Variability Y RuprichRobert R Msadek T L Delworth 2 30 P.M. PC23A-03 Regional and Global Ramifications of Boundary Current Upwelling E N Curchitser J Small K Hedstrom B Kauffman W Large M A Alexander 2 45 P.M. PC23A-04 Role of Antarctic Circumpolar Current in Decadal Climate Variability over Southern Africa Y Morioka F Engelbrecht S K Behera 3 00 P.M. PC23A-05 Eurasian winter cooling in the warming hiatus of 1998-2012 C Li B B Stevens J Marotzke 3 15 P.M. PC23A-06 Connections of Arctic Oscillation and warm pool SST variations during boreal winter S W Yeh H S Jo 3 30 P.M. PC23A-07 The Pacific Decadal Oscillation Revisited A J Miller M Newman M A Alexander T Ault K M Cobb C Deser E Di Lorenzo N J Mantua S Minobe H Nakamura N Schneider D Vimont A Phillips C A Smith J D Scott 3 45 P.M. PC23A-08 A Null-hypothesis to explain the El Ni o-like Pacific Decadal Variability E Di Lorenzo Tuesday 2 00 P.M. OD23A Room RO1 Science at Sea Marine Data Stewardship from Proposal to Preservation I (joint with A MG PO P) Moderators Shawn Smith Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies Karen Stocks Scripps Institution of Oceanography 2 00 P.M. OD23A-01 IMPLEMENTING AND SUSTAINING DATA LIFECYCLE BEST PRACTICES A FRAMEWORK FOR RESEARCHERS AND REPOSITORIES S Stall 2 15 P.M. OD23A-02 Improving Data Discovery Access and Analysis to More Than Three Decades of Oceanographic and Geomorphologic Observations M Forte T Hesser K Knee I Ingram K K Hathaway K L Brodie N Spore A Bird R Fratantonio R Dopsovic A Keith K Gadomski 2 30 P.M. OD23A-03 Fulfilling Schmidt Ocean Institute s commitment to open sharing of information data and research Tuesday 2 00 P.M. PO23A Room 208-209 Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation V Moderators Stephanie Waterman University of British Columbia 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 115 Scientific Program Jonathan Lilly NorthWest Research Associates Inc Shane Keating University of New South Wales 2 00 P.M. PO23A-01 The Statistical State Dynamics of Stacked Jet Formation from Stratified Turbulence J Fitzgerald B Farrell 2 15 P.M. PO23A-02 Jets and submesoscale eddies in baroclinically unstable flows on the beta-plane Experiments with altimetry Y Afanasyev 2 30 P.M. PO23A-03 Heat and salt budgets over the Gulf Stream North Wall during LatMix survey in winter 2012 A Sanchez-Rios R K Shearman E A D Asaro C Lee J Gula J M Klymak 2 45 P.M. PO23A-04 Eddy Stirring and Horizontal Diffusivity from Argo Floats Global Patterns and Suppression by Strong Currents C J Wortham S T Cole E L Kunze 3 00 P.M. PO23A-05 Wave-turbulence-mean flow interaction in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current A Klocker J R Maddison D P Marshall A Naveira Garabato 3 15 P.M. PO23A-06 Total and Scale-specific Eddy Diffusivities in Energetic Regions with Jets Spatio-temporal Patterns and Theories R Chen S T Gille J McClean G Flierl A Griesel 3 30 P.M. PO23A-07 A Recipe for Parametrizing Mesoscale Eddy Fluxes L Zanna J Anstey L Mana T W David T Bolton 3 45 P.M. PO23A-08 Geometry of Advection Diffusion and Viscosity B Fox-Kemper 3 30 P.M. PO23B-07 Shelf-Slope Exchanges near Submarine Canyons in the Southern Mid-Atlantic Bight H Wang D Gong 3 45 P.M. PO23B-08 Chlorophyll Distributions in Relation to Physical Processes off Long Bay South Carolina USA in the Winter of 2012 S Lockhart H Seim J Nelson C R Edwards Tuesday 2 00 P.M. PO23C Room 203-205 The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller II (joint with A EC OD TP) Moderators Emily Shroyer Oregon State Univ Subhas Venayagamoorthy Colorado State University 2 00 P.M. PO23C-01 Deep Cycle Turbulence and Oceanic Heat Uptake in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific W Smyth 2 15 P.M. PO23C-02 Enhanced Energy Dissipation in the Equatorial Pycnocline in a Simple Model of a Tropical Ocean A Natarov 2 30 P.M. PO23C-03 Internal Waves Shear and Mixing at the Equator J A Smith S T Nguyen 2 45 P.M. PO23C-04 BUOYANT GRAVITY CURRENTS RELEASED FROM TROPICAL INSTABILITY WAVES S J Warner R Holmes J N Moum E H McHugh Hawkins 3 00 P.M. PO23C-05 The Tasman Tidal Dissipation Experiment Tidal Mixing Scattering and Reflection on the East Tasman Slope R Pinkel M H Alford A Lucas S Johnston N L Jones S Kelly J M Klymak J A MacKinnon J D Nash L Rainville H L Simmons P G Strutton A F Waterhouse Z Zhao 3 15 P.M. PO23C-06 Diffraction and Reflection of the Internal Tide on the Tasman Continental Slope J M Klymak 3 30 P.M. PO23C-07 Internal tide breaking processes at the Tasman Continental Slope M H Alford 3 45 P.M. PO23C-08 Pathway from tides to turbulence fission of internal solitary waves over rough topography Z Liu X Bai T P Rippeth Tuesday 2 00 P.M. PO23B Room 207 New Insights into Shelf and Slope Processes from Interdisciplinary Studies and the Use of Autonomous Platforms II (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Jeffrey Book US Naval Research Laboratory Oscar Schofield Rutgers University 2 00 P.M. PO23B-01 Glider Observations of Internal Tide Packets on the Australian Northwest Shelf J W Book C R Steinberg R M Brinkman N L Jones R Lowe G N Ivey C B Pattiaratchi A E Rice Tuesday 2 00 P.M. T003 Room RO3 Extraterrestrial Oceanography The Hydrocarbon Seas of Saturn s Moon Titan (joint with A ED IS PO) Scientific Program 2 15 P.M. PO23B-02 Characterization of the Nova Scotia CoastallyTrapped Current and Monitoring of the Associated Density Front Using Underwater Gliders M Dever D Hebert B J W Greenan J Sheng 2 30 P.M. PO23B-03 WITHDRAWN Australian Continental Shelf as an Inverse Estuary T Mahjabin C B Pattiaratchi Y Hetzel 2 45 P.M. PO23B-04 Classifying Submesoscale Instabilities in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current using Seagliders G Viglione J Sprintall A F Thompson 3 00 P.M. PO23B-05 DORADO DOLPHIN A Unique Semisubmersible Autonomous Vehicle for Ocean Field Experiments D Wallace 3 15 P.M. PO23B-06 Mesoscale Circulation Variability from Five years of Quasi-continuous Glider Observations and Numerical Simulation at a Key Sub-basin Choke Point E E Heslop B Mourre M Juza C Troupin R Escudier M Torner J Tintore Tuesday 2 30 P.M. T004 Room RO3 Going with the Flow Lagrangian Oceanography using Acoustically Tracked Subsurface Floats (joint with PO) Tuesday 3 00 P.M. T005 Room RO3 Modeling of Physical-Biological Interactions using the OpenSource Connectivity Modeling System (joint with ED ME PO TE) Tuesday 3 30 P.M. T014 Room RO3 What Controls the Distribution of Dissolved Iron in the Ocean (joint with B CT PC PP) 116 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Tuesday 4 00 P.M. A24A Poster Hall Advances in Understanding the Physical Processes at the AirSea interface III Posters Moderators David Ortiz-Suslow University of Miami Nathan Laxague RSMAS 4 00 P.M. A24A-2549 POSTER Oceanic response to tropical cyclone Phailin in the Bay of Bengal V Pant K R Prakash 4 00 P.M. A24A-2550 POSTER WITHDRAWN Mechanisms ssocitates with Subsurface Temperature Bias and Warm Water Trap in The tropical Indian Ocean in a Coupled Model S G J S Chowdary D G Chellappan 4 00 P.M. A24A-2551 POSTER The Sea Surface Current Response to Wave and Wind Numerical Modeling and Observations from Lagrangian Drifters M Bakhoday Paskyabi J R hrs 4 00 P.M. A24A-2552 POSTER Understanding Regional Wind Forcings and Surface Heat Fluxes that cause Sea-Surface Temperature Anomalies during US West Coast Wind Relaxations K R Flynn M R Fewings C Gotschalk L Washburn 4 00 P.M. A24A-2553 POSTER WITHDRAWN Bubble Clouds in Coastal Waters and Their Role in Air-Water Gas Exchange of CO2 J Crosswell 4 00 P.M. A24A-2554 POSTER Investigating the Effect of Ocean Currents on the Surface Stress and Heat Fluxes over the Gulf of Mexico Using a Two-way Coupled Modeling System M A Bourassa Q Shi 4 00 P.M. A24A-2555 POSTER A Facility for Near-Real Time Estimation and Evaluation of Diurnal Warming of the Sea Surface G A Wick S L Castro A Harris J P Mittaz 4 00 P.M. A24A-2556 POSTER Satellite Observations of SST-Induced Wind Speed Perturbations at the Submesoscale R Branch C C Chickadel P Gaube A T Jessup 4 00 P.M. A24A-2557 POSTER Exploring convection-circulation interactions with satellite winds T Kilpatrick S P Xie 4 00 P.M. A24A-2558 POSTER Challenges in Capturing Wind-Driven Motions in Satellite-Derived OSCAR Surface Currents K B Dohan 4 00 P.M. A24A-2559 POSTER Two-component wind fields over ocean waves using atmospheric lidar and motion estimation algorithms S D Mayor 4 00 P.M. A24A-2560 POSTER Evaluation of a GPS Wave Buoy for Wind Stress Measurements using Large Wave Tank N Suzuki T Waseda M A Donelan T Kinoshita 4 00 P.M. A24A-2561 POSTER Impact of Ocean Surface Waves on Air-Sea Momentum Flux H Tamura W M Drennan C O Collins III H C Graber 4 00 P.M. A24A-2562 POSTER Laboratory Study Using Novel Imaging Techniques For Phase Resolved Wave Observations S Mehta B K Haus N Laxague 4 00 P.M. A24A-2563 POSTER Wavenumber Dependence of the Response Time of Mean-Square Slope to Wind Forcing D D Chen C S Ruf S Gleason 4 00 P.M. A24A-2564 POSTER Alteration of wind flow by an oil film on the sea surface X Zhang C S Cox 4 00 P.M. A24A-2565 POSTER Inclusion of surface gravity wave effects in vertical mixing parameterizations with application to Chesapeake Bay USA A W Fisher L P Sanford M E Scully S E Suttles 4 00 P.M. A24A-2566 POSTER Wind growth and wave breaking in higher-order spectral phase resolved wave models R Leighton D T Walker 4 00 P.M. A24A-2567 POSTER Multi-sensor Observations of Grid Generated Turbulence M Shao 4 00 P.M. A24A-2568 POSTER Effects of surface waves and ocean spray on the marine atmospheric boundary layer T Zhang J Song Tuesday 4 00 P.M. A24B Poster Hall Interactions between Ocean Waves and Environment In Observational Numerical and Theoretical Studies Posters (joint with HE HI OD PO) Moderators Fabrice Ardhuin CNRS Saeed Moghimi Oregon State University Adong Feddy University of Caen 4 00 P.M. A24B-2569 POSTER A 3D fully coupled wave-currentsediment model A Feddy A C Bennis D Mouaz B Chareyre 4 00 P.M. A24B-2570 POSTER Effects of Ice-induced Wave Attenuation on Surface Waves in the Arctic Ocean An Application of FVCOM-SWAVE Y Zhang G Gao C Chen J Qi Y Zhang H Lin R C Beardsley W Yu 4 00 P.M. A24B-2571 POSTER Modeling Small-Scale Physics of Waves and Ice in the MIZ M Orzech J Veeramony F Shi S P Bateman J Calantoni 4 00 P.M. A24B-2572 POSTER WITHDRAWN Estimation of the Wavewatch III Model Performance for Pacific Ocean Wave In the Perspective of Partitioned Wave Components and Wave-induced Transport F Bi J Song 4 00 P.M. A24B-2573 POSTER Wave Climate of the Philippines from Wavewatch III global model O Cabrera C Villanoy F P Siringan 4 00 P.M. A24B-2575 POSTER Persistent Energetic Bottom Trapped Topographic Rossby Waves Observed in the Southern South China Sea Y Shu H Xue D Wang F Chai Q Xie S Cai R Chen J Chen J Li Y He 4 00 P.M. A24B-2576 POSTER Topographic effects on low-frequency variability in three-dimensional transient littoral currents Y Uchiyama J C McWilliams C Akan 4 00 P.M. A24B-2577 POSTER Remote and local forcing of tropical linear Rossby waves W D B Watanabe P S Polito I C Da Silveira 4 00 P.M. A24B-2578 POSTER Characterization of the surface wave variability in the California Current region from satellite altimetry A B Villas Boas S T Gille M R Mazloff 4 00 P.M. A24B-2579 POSTER Investigation of Surface Waves in Deep and Shallow Water using Coherent Radars at Grazing Incidence J Horstmann R Carrasco J Seemann M Stresser 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 117 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. A24B-2574 POSTER Analysis of the Global Swell and Wind Sea Energy Distribution Using WAVEWATCH III J Sun K Zheng 4 00 P.M. A24B-2580 POSTER Effects of Inertial Current on the Oceanic Surface Waves HF Observed Current -Wave Buoy Measurements Matched Data and Wave-Current Coupled Model G Liu W Perrie 4 00 P.M. A24B-2581 POSTER On the modulation of wave-current interactions by horizontal mixing and spatial resolution A C Bennis F Ardhuin F Dumas B Blanke 4 00 P.M. A24B-2582 POSTER Observations of Baroclinic Coastally Trapped Waves Around Islands at Low Latitudes T A Schramek E J Terrill P Colin 4 00 P.M. A24B-2583 POSTER Classification of Nortes in the Gulf of Mexico derived from wave energy maps C M Appendini J Hern ndez-Lasheras 4 00 P.M. A24B-2584 POSTER Evaluation of Parametric Wind Models for Wave and Storm Surge Modelling of Hurricane Sandy V C C Bennett R P Mulligan 4 00 P.M. A24B-2585 POSTER WITHDRAWN Analysis and Interpretation of Space-Time Extreme Waves A Benetazzo F Barbariol F Bergamasco A Torsello S Carniel M Sclavo 4 00 P.M. A24B-2586 POSTER Challenges of Modeling Swell Propagation and Sea Waves over a Complex Bathymetry Implication for Coastal Flood Mapping in Sitka AK A Marjani M Allahdadi 4 00 P.M. A24B-2587 POSTER Waves and Strongly Sheared Currents Extensions to Coastal Ocean Models J T Kirby Jr Z Dong S Banihashemi 4 00 P.M. A24C-2595 POSTER Trace Elements in the Sea Surface Microlayer Results from a Two Year Study in the Florida Keys (Invited) A M Ebling J R Westrich E K Lipp T Mellett K N Buck W M Landing 4 00 P.M. A24C-2596 POSTER Terrigenous fluxes of pollen insect scale and land plant palynodebris observed by sediment traps deployed in the subarctic Pacific H Tsutsui K Takahashi K Matsuoka R W Jordan S Yamamoto 4 00 P.M. A24C-2597 POSTER Middle Adriatic Study of the Sea Surface Films as a Sink and Source of Trace Organics of Marine Aerosols S Frka Milosavljevic A Cvitesi A Kroflic M Sala I Ciglenecki I Grgic 4 00 P.M. A24C-2598 POSTER Wind speed dependent accumulation patterns of organic matter in the sea surface microlayer Results from the 2014 AEOLOTRON experiment A Engel C Sun M Sperling 4 00 P.M. A24C-2599 POSTER Biogenic Characterisation of the Sea Surface Microlayer in the Peruvian Upwelling Regime B Z ncker L Galgani A Engel 4 00 P.M. A24C-2600 POSTER A marine biogenic source of atmospherically relevant ice nucleating particles T W Wilson L A Ladino P A Alpert R Chance S Andrews M N Breckels I M Brooks J Browse S M Burrows L Carpenter K S Carslaw S Hackenberg J A Huffman J F Hamilton C Judd W Kilthau R Mason G McFiggans L A Miller J J N jera E A Polishchuk S A Rae C L Schiller M Si J Vergara Temprado T F Whale J P S Wong O Wurl J Yakobi-Hancock J Abbatt J Y Aller A K Bertram D A Knopf B J Murray 4 00 P.M. A24C-2601 POSTER Measuring and Modeling MicrobeEnrichment in Bubbles Bursting at the Air-Sea Interface P Walls J Bird 4 00 P.M. A24C-2602 POSTER Identifying the Imprint of Surfactant Stabilisation in Whitecap Foam Evolution (Invited) A H Callaghan G B Deane D Stokes 4 00 P.M. A24C-2603 POSTER How precipitation influences the carbon cycle through CO2 air-sea exchange Results from an eddy correlation study C A Marandino A Zavarsky T Steinhoff 4 00 P.M. A24C-2604 POSTER Atmospheric Aerosol Emissions Related to the Mediterranean Seawater Biogeochemistry K Sellegri A Schwier C Rose F P H Gazeau C Guieu B D anna A M Ebling J Pey N Marchand B Charriere R Semp r S Mas 4 00 P.M. A24C-2605 POSTER Impact of Environmental Parameters on Sea Surface Radar Backscatter and Air-Sea CO2 Fluxes in the Western Baltic M Ghobadianghadikolaei M Gade D Stammer 4 00 P.M. A24C-2606 POSTER WITHDRAWN Surfactant control of air-sea gas exchange from North Sea coastal waters and the Atlantic Meridional Transect R Pereira 4 00 P.M. A24C-2607 POSTER Evaluation of the Carbon Wave Glider as a Tool for Scientific Studies K M McCabe S Maenner C L Sabine 4 00 P.M. A24C-2608 POSTER SURFACTANTS AND STEROLS CONCENTRATIONS IN THE SURFACE MICROLAYER OF THE ESTUARINE AREAS OF SELANGOR RIVER MALAYSIA M T Latif M A Alsalahi M M Ali D Dominick M F Khan N B A Wahid N I H Mustaffa 4 00 P.M. A24C-2609 POSTER Surfactant Photo-Reactivity and Air-Sea Gas Exchange P Rickard G Uher R C Upstill-Goddard Tuesday 4 00 P.M. A24C Poster Hall Linking the Ocean with the Atmosphere Exploring the Importance of the Ocean-Atmosphere Interface and Near Surface Waters in Global Scale Processes Posters Moderators James Bird Boston University Anja Engel GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. A24C-2588 POSTER Natural Surfactant Enrichments in the Atlantic Ocean Between 50 N and 50 S Data from the Atlantic Meridional Transect Oct-Nov 2014 B Sabbaghzadeh R C UpstillGoddard P D Nightingale R Beale 4 00 P.M. A24C-2589 POSTER Sea Surface Scanner An advanced catamaran to study the sea surface O Wurl 4 00 P.M. A24C-2590 POSTER Tropical Indian Ocean Wind Circulation- A Shift F Francis A Karumuri 4 00 P.M. A24C-2591 POSTER Applications of Color Index Ring Method for Cloud Screening H Kim Y H Jo Y Q Kang 4 00 P.M. A24C-2592 POSTER An Autonomous Drifting Buoy to Measure Air-Sea CO2 Fluxes M Ribas Ribas O Wurl 4 00 P.M. A24C-2593 POSTER Extracellular carbonic anhydrase Method development and its enrichment in the sea surface microlayer N I H Mustaffa M Striebel O Wurl 4 00 P.M. A24C-2594 POSTER Changes in optical characteristics of surface microlayers in the Peruvian upwelling region hint to photochemically and microbially-mediated DOM turnover A Engel L Galgani Scientific Program 118 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. A24C-2610 POSTER Study of the Formation and Evolution of Precipitation Induced Sea Surface Salinity Minima in the Tropical Pacific Using HYCOM R L Gallagher Tuesday 4 00 P.M. AH24A Poster Hall Updates Advancements and Projections on the State of the Ocean Carbon Cycle (SOCC) How the Ocean is SOCC ing it to us III Posters (joint with A OD PO) Moderators Kristan Uhlenbrock US Climate Variability and Predictability Research Program Washington DC Kathy Tedesco NOAA Heather Benway Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Erica Ombres NOAA 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0028 POSTER Recent variability in the heat and carbon inventory of the deep ocean (Invited) S Purkey D Desbruy res 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0029 POSTER Decadal changes in the ocean CO2 sink driven by ocean circulation variability (Invited) T J DeVries 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0030 POSTER WITHDRAWN Sustained growth of the Southern Ocean carbon storage in a warming climate T Ito 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0031 POSTER Contemporary Southern Ocean CO2 Sink as a Constrain for Reducing Uncertainty of Future Ocean Carbon Sink J F Tjiputra A Kessler 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0032 POSTER Recent evidence for a strengthening CO2 sink in the Southern Ocean from carbonate system measurements in the Drake Passage (2002-2015) D R Munro N S Lovenduski T Takahashi B B Stephens T Newberger C Sweeney 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0033 POSTER WITHDRAWN Carbonate saturation state of surface waters in the Ross Sea and Southern Ocean controls and implications for the onset of aragonite undersaturation H B DeJong R B Dunbar D A Mucciarone D Koweek 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0034 POSTER Projections of Ocean Acidification Under the U.N. Framework Convention of Climate Change Using a Reduced-Form Climate Carbon-Cycle Model C Hartin 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0035 POSTER Dynamic of aragonite saturation horizon in waters of Baja California Mexico N L Oliva J M Martin Hernandez-Ayon R Durazo E Santamaria-del-Angel J A Valencia Gasti S R Alin R A Feely 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0036 POSTER Analysis of longitudinal variations in North Pacific alkalinity C Fry T Tyrrell E P Achterberg 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0037 POSTER Evaluation of the eddy covariance method for the assesment of coastal CO2 flux T Tokoro T Kuwae 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0038 POSTER Storm Driven Upwelling Responsible for pCO2-rich Water Intrusion in the South Atlantic Bight S Noakes D K Gledhill 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0039 POSTER Comparison of fCO2 trends in river dominant and ocean dominant ocean margins H Wang X Hu W J Cai N N Rabalais 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0040 POSTER Drivers of the Seasonal Carbon Cycle in the Coastal Gulf of Alaska D Pilcher S A Siedlecki A J Hermann K O Coyle J T Mathis 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0041 POSTER Using Maximum Likelihood Statistical Methods and Pigment Flux Data to Constrain Particle Exchange and Organic Matter Remineralization Rate Constants in the Mediterranean Sea W Wang C Lee J K Cochran R A Armstrong 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0042 POSTER Source or Sink A Modeling Study of Inorganic Carbon Cycling on the Scotian Shelf K E Rutherford K Fennel C E Brennan H Thomas K Azetsu-Scott 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0043 POSTER Changes from a Sink of Atmospheric CO2 to a Source with Governing Factors in CO2 Uptake of the East China Sea Shelf in Summer P Y Shen C M Tseng 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0044 POSTER A Comparison Between Field and Laboratory pH Measurements for Seawater on the East China Sea Shelf W C Chou G C Gong C Y Yang K Y Chuang 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0045 POSTER Traceable Reference Standards for Seawater pH J F Waters R A Easley K W Pratt 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0046 POSTER Meta-Cresol Purple Reference Material (RM) for Seawater pH Measurements R A Easley J F Waters K W Pratt 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0047 POSTER Bridging the OA Data Processing and Quality Control Workflow Gap E F Burger K O Brien K M Smith R Schweitzer A B Manke 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0048 POSTER Data Management and Preservation It Starts in the Field C E Cosca R A Feely S R Alin 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0049 POSTER Advancing Ocean Science Through Coordination Community Building and Outreach H M Benway 4 00 P.M. AH24A-0050 POSTER NOAA s Ocean Acidification Program Funding Studies of Species Responses to Ocean Acidification Since 2012 E H Ombres Tuesday 4 00 P.M. B24A Poster Hall How Do the Carbon Pumps Pump Mechanisms of the Solubility and Biological Pumps III Posters (joint with CT ME PC PP) Moderators Nicole Lovenduski University of Colorado Frederic Le Moigne GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. B24A-0301 POSTER Controls Over Mesopelagic Interior Carbon Storage (Invited) R Sanders 4 00 P.M. B24A-0302 POSTER Variability in efficiency of particulate organic carbon export A model study S Henson A Yool R Sanders 4 00 P.M. B24A-0303 POSTER What causes inverse relationships between primary production and export efficiency in the Southern Ocean F A C Le Moigne S Henson E Cavan C Georges K Pabortsava E Ceballos-Romero E P Achterberg 4 00 P.M. B24A-0304 POSTER Comparing primary production methods to better constrain historical current and future rates A H Timmerman R C Hamme 4 00 P.M. B24A-0305 POSTER A Glacial-Interglacial Record of the North Pacific Biological Pump for the Past 600 000 Years T Liu J F McManus K Costa T Liu 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 119 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. B24A-0300 POSTER WITHDRAWN Linkages between upwelling and biological pump in the CMIP5 earth system models (Invited) T Ito 4 00 P.M. B24A-0306 POSTER Annual Cycles of Deep-ocean Biogeochemical Export Fluxes and Biological Pump Processes in Subtropical and Subantarctic Waters Southwest Pacific Ocean S Nodder S Chiswell L Northcote 4 00 P.M. B24A-0307 POSTER Chemical characterization of detrital sugar chains with peptides in oceanic surface particulate organic matter A Tsukasaki T Nishida E Tanoue 4 00 P.M. B24A-0308 POSTER Reduced efficiency of biological pump in the western tropical Pacific D Kim 4 00 P.M. B24A-0309 POSTER Carbon export fluxes along the GEOVIDE transect in the North Atlantic (GEOTRACES GA01) N Lemaitre F Planchon H Planquette F Dehairs L Monin L Andr M Leermakers D Fonseca Batista A Roukaerts M Castrillejo Y Tang C Jeandel V Sanial R Sauz de L Foliot 4 00 P.M. B24A-0310 POSTER An Absurdly Simple Model for Oceanic Export Efficiency s Temperature Dependence B C Barry M J Follows 4 00 P.M. B24A-0311 POSTER Annual biological organic carbon export estimated from the annual carbon budget observed in the surface waters of the western subarctic and subtropical North Pacific Ocean M Wakita M C Honda K Matsumoto T Fujiki H Kawakami S Yasunaka Y Sasai C Sukigara M Uchimiya K Minoru T Kobari Y Mino A Nagano S Watanabe T Saino 4 00 P.M. B24A-0312 POSTER Comparison of in situ Particulate Organic Carbon Concentrations with Optical Properties in the Mesopelagic Regions of the Atlantic Ocean J Ross G Dall Olmo K Haines 4 00 P.M. B24A-0313 POSTER Deep convection A Source or Sink for Atmospheric CO2 Atlantic Zone Offshore Monitoring Program Team K Azetsu-Scott 4 00 P.M. B24A-0314 POSTER A Global Evaluation of Model Parameterizations for Carbon Export and Remineralization L Gloege G A McKinley C B Mouw A Barnett 4 00 P.M. B24A-0315 POSTER Export and transfer of Southern Ocean particulate organic carbon through the lens of ramped oxidation S Rosengard P J Lam V Galy A P McNichol 4 00 P.M. B24A-0316 POSTER Effects of Variable Oxygen Concentrations on the Sinking Fluxes and Composition of Organic Matter in The Baltic Sea C Cisternas-Novoa F A C Le Moigne J Roa H Wagner A Engel 4 00 P.M. B24A-0317 POSTER Active and Passive Fluxes of Carbon Nitrogen and Phosphorus in the Northern South China Sea J J Hung C H Tung C Y Lin S H Peng 4 00 P.M. B24A-0318 POSTER Constraining the Biological Pump on Seasonal Scales through Autonomous Oxygen Observations from Profiling Floats H C Bittig H Claustre A Koertzinger 4 00 P.M. B24A-0319 POSTER Model projections of active transport by migrating zooplankton in the North Atlantic consequences for the export of carbon and the biological pump J Martinez-Rey L Memery T Gorgues O Aumont 4 00 P.M. B24A-0320 POSTER Marine Synechococcus Aggregation S Neuer W Deng B Cruz L Monks 4 00 P.M. B24A-0321 POSTER Biological Oxygen Production Across 8000 km of the South Atlantic Basin Scale Similarity but Mesoscale Variability E M Howard R H Stanley G M M Hennon C A Durkin 4 00 P.M. B24A-0322 POSTER Bio-Argo float data suggest that disaggregation is a major driver of flux attenuation during large phytoplankton blooms in the North Atlantic N Briggs H Claustre G Dall Olmo H C Bittig 4 00 P.M. B24A-0323 POSTER Estimates of Gelatinous Zooplankton Carbon Flux in the Global Oceans J Y Luo R Condon R K Cowen 4 00 P.M. B24A-0324 POSTER Mechanistic explanation of the imbalance between the net community production and nutrient supply in the North Atlantic subtropical gyre H Chen G A McKinley 4 00 P.M. B24A-0325 POSTER Spatial Patterns in the Efficiency of the Biological Pump What Controls Export Ratios at the Global Scale J K Moore 4 00 P.M. B24A-0326 POSTER On the Importance of Lateral Nutrient Transport A Shift in the New Production Paradigm for the Subtropical Ocean Gyres R T Letscher F Primeau J K Moore 4 00 P.M. B24A-0327 POSTER Particle Size Composition and Ocean Temperature Govern the Global Distribution of Particle Transfer Efficiency to the Mesopelagic J A Cram T S Weber S Leung C A Deutsch Tuesday 4 00 P.M. CT24A Poster Hall The Role of Particles in the Cycling of Trace Elements and Their Isotopes in the Ocean III Posters (joint with B HE ME PC) Moderators H l ne Planquette LEMAR UMR 6539 Phoebe Lam University of California Santa Cruz Benjamin Twining Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0140 POSTER 234Th distribution along the Eastern Pacific GEOTRACES transect and implications for export and remineralization fluxes of carbon and TEIs E E Black K Buesseler P J Lam M A Charette 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0141 POSTER Bottom scavenging in coastal Lake Michigan and the use of 234Th and 90Y as tracers of particle flux in shallow aquatic systems J T Waples 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0142 POSTER 210Pb and 210Po distributions and disequilibrium in the water column of the Gaoping Submarine Canyon G W Hung 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0143 POSTER The Relationship Between Particulate Composition and 210Po and 210Pb Content along Three GEOTRACES Transects Y Tang G Stewart P Masque T M Church M Castrillejo H Y Choi 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0144 POSTER Comparison of 210Po 234Th and Sediment-Trap Based Export Fluxes in the Northern Gulf of Mexico K Maiti S Bosu E J D Sa M Sutor P L Adhikari 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0145 POSTER 210Po 210Pb Activity Ratios as a Possible Dating Tool of Ice Cores and Ice-rafted Sedimen M M Baskaran 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0146 POSTER Isotope Exchange a Potential Mechanism Regulating the Natural and Anthropogenic Pb Isotope Budget in Coastal Waters M Chen E A Boyle C Zurbrick G G Carrasco A Switzer N Zhao 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0147 POSTER Preferential accumulation of particulate radioiodine in shelf-edge sediment off Fukushima Japan S Otosaka Y Satoh T Suzuki J Kuwabara Scientific Program 120 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0148 POSTER Particulate Trace Metal Composition in the Western Philippine Sea the importance of anthropogenic aerosol deposition W H Liao T Y Ho 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0149 POSTER Distribution and flux estimates of soluble colloidal and leachable particulate trace metals in dynamic and oxygen depleted Mauritanian shelf waters I Rapp C Schlosser M Gledhill E P Achterberg 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0150 POSTER Mesopelagic carbon remineralization along the GEOVIDE transect in the North Atlantic (GEOTRACES GA01) N Lemaitre F Dehairs H Planquette L Monin L Andr S Jacquet F Planchon 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0151 POSTER Key sources and distribution patterns of particulate material in the South Atlantic data from the UK GEOTRACES A10 cruise A Milne M Palmer M C Lohan 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0152 POSTER A high resolution and quasi zonal transect of dissolved Ba in the Mediterranean Sea L Jullion S Jacquet C Monnin V Riou C Mant T S Tanhua 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0153 POSTER MARINE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF PARTICULATE TRACE ELEMENTS IN THE EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE (EEZ) OF THE STATE OF QATAR O Yigiterhan I S Al-Ansari M Abdel-Moati J W Murray M Al-Ansi 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0154 POSTER Elemental Ratios of Bioactive Trace Metals in the Bay of Bengal R Weisend P L Morton P M Barrett N J Buck J A Resing W M Landing 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0155 POSTER Processes controlling Cadmium isotopic fractionation in the surface water of the northern South China Sea S C Yang T Y Ho D C Lee 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0156 POSTER Seasonal and Spatial Variation of Particulate Cadmium and Phosphorous along Line P in the Northeast Pacific H Bourne J K B Bishop T Wood 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0157 POSTER Phosphorus Phase Associations in the Deep Ocean Particle Flux in the Sargasso Sea A M Carter M H Conte J C Weber L Shaw 4 00 P.M. CT24A-0158 POSTER Transport of Trace Fe from the Mariana Arc and Hydrothermal Exploration of the Mariana Back Arc Basin J A Resing 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0162 POSTER Resource use of an aquacultured shellfish in the reverse estuary Bah a San Quint n Baja California M xico G M Wilkinson K Emery V Camacho-Ibar M Pace K McGlathery J Sandoval Gil J Hernandez-Lopez 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0163 POSTER Organic Carbon Sources and their Transfer in a Gulf of Mexico Coral Reef Ecosystem under River Influence C Parrish L Carre n-Palau J del ngel-Rodr guez H Perez-Espana S Aguiniga-Garcia 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0164 POSTER Determining the Importance of Food Quality and Temperature on the Growth and Condition of Juvenile Southern Tanner crab (Chionoecetes bairdi) Using Complimentary Field and Laboratory Based Approaches. L Copeman C Ryer M L Spencer M Ottmar A L Sremba 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0165 POSTER WITHDRAWN Different Trophic Tracers Give Different Answers for the Same Bugs Comparing a Stable Isotope and Fatty Acid Based Analysis of Resource Utilization in a Marine Isopod A W E Galloway M E Eisenlord M T Brett 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0166 POSTER Trophic Interactions in Louisiana Salt Marshes Combining Stomach Content Stable Isotope and Fatty Acid Approaches P C Lopez-Duarte K Able J Fodrie M J McCann S Melara C Noji J Olin J Pincin K Plank M J Polito O Jensen 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0167 POSTER Trace metal bioaccumulation in marine fish from Senegal influence of trophic ecology G Le Croizier 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0168 POSTER Tracing Carbon Flow from Primary Production to a Gulf Coast Salt Marsh Consumer the Seaside Sparrow (Ammodramus maritimus) J J Johnson 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0169 POSTER Living across an estuarine transition zone ecophysiological response of the cryptic species complex Eurytemora affinis (Copepoda) J Cabrol R Tremblay G Winkler 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0170 POSTER Effects of Dietary Fatty Acids on Juvenile Salmon Growth Biochemistry and Aerobic Performance A Laboratory Rearing Experiment M N C Litz J A Miller L Copeman T P Hurst 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0171 POSTER Compound-specific amino acid isotopic analyses of invertebrates in the Chukchi Sea New insights on food web dynamics M Zhang Tuesday 4 00 P.M. CT24B Poster Hall Using Trophic Tracers (e.g. Fatty Acid or Stable Isotope Signatures) to Study Oceanic Interfaces Posters (joint with B EC ME) Moderators Nicole Richoux Rhodes University Louise Copeman Oregon State University Chris Parrish Memorial University of Newfoundland 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0159 POSTER Trophic Position Estimated using Stable Isotope Ratios in Co-occurring Barnacle Species Varies with Feeding Appendage Morphology N Richoux G N Grant 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0160 POSTER Spatial and temporal dynamics of nano- and pico-size particulate organic matter (POM) in a coastal megatidal marine system M A Moynihan P Barbier F Olivier N Toupoint T Meziane 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0161 POSTER One Year in the Lower St. Lawrence Estuary Feeding Niche Separation of Two Co-existing Krill Species G Winkler J Cabrol R Sage C Nozais R Tremblay M Starr 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0173 POSTER The Trophic Ecology of Porcelain Crabs Petrolisthes Spp. on Oyster Reefs J Delgado 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0174 POSTER Stable Isotope Signatures Suggest Different Feeding Strategies for Atlantic and Gulf Menhaden C Elliott S L Smith L Gonsalves M Lamb Tuesday 4 00 P.M. EC24A Poster Hall Autonomous Systems for Study of Coastal and Estuarine Processes Posters (joint with IS MG OD PO) Moderators Michael Starek Texas A & M University Corpus Christi Richard Coffin Texas A & M University Corpus Christi 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1065 POSTER Evaluating UAS hyperspatial RGB imagery and textures for identifying beach areas along the south Texas Gulf Coast L Su J C Gibeaut 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 121 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. CT24B-0172 POSTER WITHDRAWN Regional Comparisons of Oceanic Food Web Structure Using Stable Isotopes A Choy J Drazen B N Popp B H Robison 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1066 POSTER New applications for autonomous aerial vehicles in coastal oceanographic research L Washburn E Romero C Johnson B M Emery 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1067 POSTER Nearshore Measurements From a Small UAV R A Holman K L Brodie N Spore 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1068 POSTER Overview of TAMU-CC Unmanned Aircraft Systems Coastal Research in the Port Mansfield Area June 2015 M J Starek D H Bridges 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1069 POSTER Application of Unmanned Aircraft System Instrumentation to Study Coastal Geochemistry R B Coffin C L Osburn J P Smith 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1070 POSTER Simultaneous Observations of Beach and Surf-Zone Topography from a sUAS R K Slocum K L Brodie N Spore 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1071 POSTER Applications of Low Altitude Remote Sensing Platform for Monitoring Coastal Environmental Changes Y H Jo J S Lee 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1072 POSTER spatial and temporal variability of hydrodynamics by the artificial discharge near the inlet of tidal power plant J W Kim S B Woo H K Kwon 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1073 POSTER Monitoring the Baltic Sea Using Bathymetry to Guide Argo Floats L Tuomi S M Siiri P Roiha T Purokoski 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1074 POSTER Conducting Coastal and Oceanographic Research at the Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence and Innovation (Invited) J Hendrix M Neely Willis L Hernandez 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1075 POSTER AUS approaches for non-tidal highwater delineation M J Starek P V Zimba L Wang L Su I S Huang J Berryhill M Schwind D H Bridges M Birchfield 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1076 POSTER Investigation of UAS-based SfM Photogrammetry and Bathymetric Inversion for Mapping a Shallow Water Low-energy Littoral Zone M J Starek 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1077 POSTER High-efficient Unmanned Aircraft System Operations for Ecosystem Assessment H Xu H Zhang 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1082 POSTER Flow patterns and bathymetric signatures on the delta front of a prograding river delta J Shaw D C Mohrig R W Wagner 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1083 POSTER Airborne Remote Sensing of Inner Shelf Sub-mesoscale Processes G Farquharson C C Chickadel 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1084 POSTER Mechanisms of ripple migration on a natural sand bed under waves E Carlson D L Foster 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1085 POSTER Influence of Gridded Standoff Measurement Resolution on Numerical Bathymetric Inversion T Hesser M W Farthing K Brodie 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1086 POSTER Evaluation of Bajo Blanco Sandbar as a Potential Beach Nourishment Borrow Site for Eroding Beaches in Rincon Puerto Rico C A Rojas M Canals 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1087 POSTER Alongshore Momentum Balance Over Shore-face Connected Ridges Fire Island NY C Ofsthun G Voulgaris J C Warner 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1088 POSTER Role of Unchannelized Flow in Determining Bifurcation Angle in Distributary Channel Networks T Coffey 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1089 POSTER Bedform Morphodynamics Under Combined High-Energy Wave And Tidal Current Forcing A D Skarke A C Trembanis 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1090 POSTER Coastline Protection by a Submerged Breakwater B D Valentine M Hayatdavoodi R C Ertekin 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1091 POSTER Bed surface and ripple migration observations in a small oscillatory flow tunnel A Penko J Chu D P Frank J Calantoni 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1092 POSTER Erosion of Earthen Levees by Wave Action Y Ozeren D G Wren M Reba 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1093 POSTER Long-term Variability of Beach Cusps C Pianca R A Holman E Siegle 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1094 POSTER Recent bathymetric variability of sandbars at Duck NC H Ladner M L Palmsten 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1095 POSTER Sand bar behavior in a mixed sediment environment M L Palmsten J Calantoni M Brocchini L Soldini M Postacchini 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1096 POSTER Effect of Tide and Wave Characteristics on Nearshore Morpho- and Hydro-dynamics R Bakhtyar A Dastgheib J A Roelvink D A Barry P M Orton 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1097 POSTER Distinguishing one-way from coupled dynamical interactions in nearshore morphodynamics K D Ells D McNamara N Cortale D J Grimes 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1098 POSTER Surf Zone Sediment Size Variation Morphodynamics and Hydrodynamics During Sea Land Breeze and El-Norte Storm in Sisal Yucatan Mexico T Alrushaid J Figlus A Torres-Freyermuth J A Puleo T M Dellapenna 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1099 POSTER Point Sal Inner Shelf Experiment (PSIEX) Turbulent Mixing in a Wave-Current Bottom Boundary Layer R M Allen J Simeonov J Calantoni M T Stacey E A Variano 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1100 POSTER An overview of the 2015 Point Sal Inner shelf Experiment (PSIEX) In-situ observations of temperature Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1078 POSTER The framework of a UAS-aided flash flood modeling system for coastal regions H Zhang H Xu 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1079 POSTER Micro Unmanned Surface Vehicle for Shallow Littoral Data Sampling (Invited) R R Murphy 4 00 P.M. EC24A-1080 POSTER AUV and Aircraft Measurements of an Internal Hydraulic Jump at the Mouth of the Columbia River C L McNeil Tuesday 4 00 P.M. EC24B Poster Hall Nearshore Processes VI Posters (joint with PO) Moderators Giulio Mariotti Organization Not Listed Maitane Olabarrieta University of Florida - UF Alexandru Sheremet University of Florida - UF 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1081 POSTER Observations of Seasonal Morphological Evolution at a Moderately Energetic Beach in Rinc n Puerto Rico A Rivera Nieves M Loubriel S RodriguezAbudo M Canals 122 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING and current fields J A Colosi J MacMahan T M Freismuth J Calantoni 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1101 POSTER Cross Surfzone Inner-shelf Dye Exchange (CSIDE) Experiment AUV Observations of Flow Structure A M Amador G R Pawlak S N Giddings F Feddersen 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1102 POSTER CISDE Experiment NearshoreEstuarine Connectivity & Dispersion S N Giddings F Feddersen M Harvey A R Gilroy J Crooks J McCullough J Lorda D J Grimes G R Pawlak 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1103 POSTER The Cross Surfzone Inner-shelf Dye Exchange (CSIDE) Experiment Overview Binational Dye Tracer Releases to Study Pollution Transport and Dilution F Feddersen S N Giddings N Kumar D J Grimes G R Pawlak D Rivas M Diaz 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1104 POSTER Surface currents in the Bohai Sea derived from the Korean Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI) L Jiang M Wang 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1105 POSTER Wave transformation and alongshore sediment transport due to obliquely oriented shoreface-connected ridges T Xu K A Haas J H List I Safak 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1106 POSTER Nested Grid Modeling of Circulation on the Inner-shelf D Cai K A Haas E Di Lorenzo S H Suanda N Kumar A J Miller F Feddersen C A Edwards 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1107 POSTER Modeling long period swell in Southern California Practical boundary conditions from buoy observations and global wave model predictions S C Crosby W C O Reilly R T Guza 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1108 POSTER Near Inertial Waves Generated by Hurricane Arthur on the Mid-Atlantic-Bight Shelf F Zhang T N Miles M Li X Xie 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1109 POSTER Point Sal Inner Shelf Experiment (PSIEX) Spatial and Temporal Variability of Subtidal and Tidal Temperature and Current Structure J H MacMahan 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1110 POSTER Comparison of storm surges in eastern and western Louisiana lake estuaries W Huang C Li B Milan E Weeks 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1111 POSTER Nearshore Dynamics Around Outer Sebasti n Vizca no Bay M Alnajjar C B Woodson S G Monismith C A Boch F Micheli W L Vazquez 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1112 POSTER Generation and Propagation of Internal Waves in a Network of Fjords P P Thupaki P F Cummins C G Hannah 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1113 POSTER Physical Conditions during Hypoxic Events in Long Bay South Carolina 2006-2014 M L Troup D B Fribance S M Libes R Gurka E E Hackett 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1114 POSTER Tidal interaction of stratified flow in a drowned valley on the Sanriku ria coast M Ishizu S Itoh T T Sakamoto K Tanaka S L Urakawa H Hasumi D Yanagimoto 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1115 POSTER Extracting Tsunami and ShortPeriod Motions from HF Doppler Radar Data through Empirical Orthogonal Function Analysis L Benjamin P J Flament K F Cheung D S Luther 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1116 POSTER Nearshore generation of internal waves at a coastal front by winds S Omidvar C B Woodson 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1117 POSTER Boundary Layer Characteristics Under Surface Solitary Wave on Continental Shelf and Coastal Zone M Sadek P Diamessis L Parras P L F Liu 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1118 POSTER Diffusion by Infragravity Stokes Drift Fluctuations P Smit T T Janssen T H C Herbers Z Kirshner 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1119 POSTER A Nonlinear Model for Infragravity Waves Trapped Around Circular islands C Discenza A Sheremet M Tian 4 00 P.M. EC24B-1120 POSTER Nonlinear Infragravity Waves A Sheremet M Tian V I Shrira Tuesday 4 00 P.M. EC24C Poster Hall Observations and Modeling of Physical Processes along Coral Reef-Lined Coasts II Posters (joint with ME MG PC PO) Moderators Curt Storlazzi U.S. Geological Survey Ronald Hoeke CSIRO 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1121 POSTER The influence of corals coral reef morphology and climate change on waves and wave-driven water levels along reef-lined coasts C D Storlazzi E Quataert A van Rooijen O M Cheriton A Van Dongeren 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1122 POSTER The impact of branched coral morphological variation on downstream wake development and its influence on recruitment L Samuel S G Monismith 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1123 POSTER Hydrodynamics of a Pacific Atoll System Mechanisms for Flow and Ecological Implications J Rogers S G Monismith D Koweek W Torres R B Dunbar 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1124 POSTER A Synthesis and Comparison of Approaches for Quantifying Coral Reef Structure M S Duvall J L Hench 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1125 POSTER Evaluation and Application of Wave and Ocean Circulation Models to Understand Coral Reef Processes L M Torres-Garcia J Long S Dalyander D G Zawada 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1127 POSTER WITHDRAWN New ways to measure waves and their effects at NOAA tide gauges W Sweet 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1128 POSTER Climatological Effects on Extreme Shoreline Water Levels at Ipan Reef Guam J M Becker M A Merrifield A Agustin N Deyerl 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1129 POSTER Hydrodynamics and thermal regime of a shallow reef-atoll rim S A Maticka R Lowe S G Monismith 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1130 POSTER Connecting roughness and hydrodynamics of tropical reefs G R Pawlak A Collignon S Jaramillo M A Merrifield 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1131 POSTER Observations of turbulent mixing in a shallow coral reef Z C Huang 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 123 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1126 POSTER Hydrodynamic observations in support of Moored Autonomous pCO2 buoy efforts at La Parguera Marine Reserve S Rodriguez-Abudo M Melendez J M Morell A Padilla J Salisbury 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1132 POSTER Wave Dissipation on Low- to SuperEnergy Coral Reefs D L Harris 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1133 POSTER Seismic evidence of glacial-age river incision into the Tahaa barrier reef French Polynesia M Toomey J D Woodruff J P Donnelly A D Ashton J T Perron 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1134 POSTER Hydrodynamics of an Estuarine Coral Reef System M Barkdull S Lewis Y Golbuu S G Monismith D L Freyberg 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1135 POSTER Modeled Atoll Shoreline and Runup Changes in Response to Sea-level Rise and Changing Wave Directions under Large Wave Conditions Wake and Midway Atolls Northwestern Hawaiian Islands J B Shope C D Storlazzi R K Hoeke 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1136 POSTER Spatial variability of coastal flow along a coral reef-lined Pacific Island implications for larval nutrient and pollutant dispersal and retention K J Rosenberger C D Storlazzi O M Cheriton J B Logan T Clark 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1137 POSTER Wave dissipation due to spatially varying bottom roughness Observations from Oahu Hawaii M N Siegelman M A Merrifield J M Becker G R Pawlak 4 00 P.M. EC24C-1138 POSTER A preliminary evaluation of nearhore extreme sea level and wave models for fringing reef environments R K Hoeke J Reyns J O Grady J M Becker M A Merrifield J A Roelvink 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1146 POSTER WITHDRAWN The Use of Landsat 8 for Monitoring Case 2 Waters J Concha J R Schott 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1147 POSTER NASA Airborne Missions in Support of Coastal Ecosystems and Water Quality Research L S Guild S B Hooker R M Kudela P B Russell J H Morrow S L Palacios J S Myers J M Livingston M S Kacenelenbogen K D Knobelspiesse J Redemann N E Clinton J L Torres-Perez K Negrey 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1148 POSTER Long-term Stability and Erosion in Marshes of Three Large Estuarine Basins in Louisiana M Kearney A Riter Y Mo R E Turner 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1149 POSTER Analysis of Suspended-Sediment Dynamics in Gulf of Mexico Estuaries Using MODIS Terra 250-m Imagery M J McCarthy D B Otis F E Muller-Karger P MendezLazaro F R Chen 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1150 POSTER Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of New England Coastal Waters to Predict Seagrass Distribution D J Keith G Thursby S Rego 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1151 POSTER Multivariate analysis of the influences of oceanic and meteorological processes on suspended particulate matter distributions in Mississippi coastal waters S J O Brien P Fitzpatrick B Dzwonkowski S L Dykstra D J Wallace I Church J D Wiggert 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1152 POSTER Monitoring the Northern San Francisco Bay Water Quality with Landsat-8. Nicholas B. Tufillaroa and Curtiss O. Davisa. aOregon State University Corvallis OR 97331 USA nbt coas.oregonstate.edu N Tufillaro C O Davis 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1153 POSTER Water clarity in the Bohai Sea during 2003-2014 S Shang Z Lee G Lin L Shi G Wei X Li 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1154 POSTER Utilization of Geospatial Techniques for Extraction of Suitable River Islands for Construction of Eco Friendly Tourism Places K Kuldeep Tuesday 4 00 P.M. EC24D Poster Hall Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit III Posters (joint with B HI IS PO) Moderators Kevin Turpie University of Maryland Baltimore County Michelle Gierach NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1139 POSTER CDOM determines the ALB capability on the shallow water I Asanuma H Sakashita N Miyasaku A Ozawa Y Kawamura 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1140 POSTER studying coastal geomorphological changes on beaches located near of the Rio Grande de Manat Watershed Puerto Rico (1977-2015) and its management implications M Barreto N Cabrera J Torres I O Caraballo lvarez Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ED24A Poster Hall New Advances in Oceanographic Research and Education through Innovative Technologies & Experiences II Posters (joint with B IS ME MG) Moderators Katherine Bell Ocean Exploration Trust Carlie Wiener Schmidt Ocean Institute 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1651 POSTER Creating Student Engagement Through Immersion Exploring the MT6 Shipwreck in Puget Sound via Submersible Using a Team Challenge Format C P Sarason R Hartzler A Anderson 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1652 POSTER Enabling the Telepresence Paradigm for the UNOLS Community - Guidance for Scientists and Ship Operators D Coleman A Doyle 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1653 POSTER USING OCEAN EXPLORATION IN THE ATLANTIC CANYONS TO ADVANCE CONVERSATIONS ABOUT TRANSATLANTIC OCEAN LITERACY P Keener P T Tuddenham T Bishop 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1654 POSTER Multiple Ships and Multiple Media A Flexible Telepresence Program M Pelz M Hoeberechts D J Riddell N Ewing Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1141 POSTER Short-term Changes of Apparent Optical Properties in a Shallow Water Environment Observations from Repeated Airborne Hyperspectral Measurements M Zhang D C English C Hu P R Carlson Jr F E Muller-Karger G Toro-Farmer S R Herwitz 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1142 POSTER Using high-resolution bottom albedo images and object-based classification to improve benthic habitat maps W J Hernandez R Armstrong 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1143 POSTER Satellite Monitoring of Boston Harbor Water Quality Initial Investigations P Sheldon R F Chen C Schaaf N Pahlevan Z Lee 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1144 POSTER Long-term POC Trend and Variability in a Eutrophic Inland Waters from MODIS Imagery Human-induced or Climate-driven H Duan J Wu 4 00 P.M. EC24D-1145 POSTER Monitoring the effect of watershed development and climate on coral reefs in the US Virgin Islands using satellite based sensors K Kerrigan K A Ali 124 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1655 POSTER (Tele)presenting Secrets from the Deep Southern California Margin L A Levin P R Girguis M Brennan C R German N Raineault J T Le B Grupe N Gallo K E Inderbitzen S Tuzun J Wagner 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1656 POSTER JR Live Lessons Learned from Shipto-Shore Interactions with the JOIDES Resolution S K Cooper 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1657 POSTER Advanced Datapresence From A New Generation Of Research Vessels C G Romsos J Nahorniak K Watkins-Brandt D Bailey C Reimers 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1658 POSTER Spatial Variability and Structure of Hydrothermal Ecosystems at the Tempus Fugit Vent on the Gal pagos Spreading Center N Raineault C Smart L Marsh T Shank C R Fisher R D Ballard 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1659 POSTER Engaging the Public in the 38th Voyage Of The Whaling Ship the Charles W. Morgan with Coastal Telepresence Technology I Babb D Coleman M Lawrence 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1660 POSTER Piloting Telepresence-Enabled Education and Outreach Programs from a UNOLS Ship - Live Interactive Broadcasts from the R V Endeavor D Coleman S Donovan R Sanders A Gingras A DeCiccio M Pereira E Bilbo 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1661 POSTER Using telepresence enabled remoteoperated vehicles to assess hydrothermal outflow along a collapse scar near the Kick em Jenny Volcano S Z Whitley E L Mittelstaedt 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1662 POSTER Increasing Shore-based Participation of Scientists & Students in Telepresence-enabled Nautilus Expeditions K L C Bell N Raineault S Carey G P Eberli B E John M J Cheadle 4 00 P.M. ED24A-1663 POSTER Deep Sea Gazing Making ShipBased Research Aboard RV Falkor Relevant and Accessible C Wiener V Zykov A Miller L J Pace V L Ferrini A Friedman 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1669 POSTER Student-Teacher-Researcher Collaboration through NOAA s Adopt A Drifter Program D Stanitski M F Cronin N Malan I J Ansorge L M Beal J C Hermes R Lumpkin S Dolk 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1670 POSTER A Model for Local Experiential Learning Teacher Workshop on Mangroves Oceans & Climate in Kosrae A E Maloney J P Sachs C Barros M Low 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1671 POSTER RIVERS to the OCEAN MAKING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SCIENTISTS AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS K M Lodes J T Biehle R R Garr B R Gibson A R Nobs M L Triller 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1672 POSTER Enhancing Teacher and Student Engagement and Understanding of Marine Science Through Classroom Citizen Science Projects T A Goodale 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1673 POSTER Using Interactive eBooks To Educate Children About Sub-seafloor Science K Kurtz 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1674 POSTER Making Real Life Connections and Engaging High School Students as They Become Climate Detectives using data obtained through JOIDES Resolution Expedition 341 D Chegwidden A S Mote J Manley T S Ledley N Haddad K Ellins S E Lynds 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1675 POSTER The Science of Serious Gaming Exploring the Benefits of Science-Based Games in the Classroom N Kurtz 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1676 POSTER ASPIRE Teachers and researchers working together to enhance student learning P L Yager D L Garay J Warburton Tuesday 4 00 P.M. HE24A Poster Hall Marginal Ice Zone Processes III Posters (joint with A PO) Moderators Craig Lee Organization Not Listed Martin Jeffries Office of Naval Research Jim Thomson Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington Jeremy Wilkinson NERC British Antarctic Survey 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1418 POSTER The Floe Size Distribution in the Marginal Ice Zone of the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas A J B Schweiger H L Stern III M Stark J Zhang P B Hwang M Steele 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1419 POSTER Evolution of an Arctic Ice-Ocean Boundary Layer across a developing Thermodynamically Forced Marginal Ice Zone S Gallaher T P Stanton W J Shaw S T Cole J M Toole J Wilkinson T Maksym P B Hwang 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1420 POSTER MODELING PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE MARGIN ICE ZONE FROM GLIDER-BASED MEASUREMENTS OF CHLOROPHYLL AND LIGHT DURING THE 2014 MIZ PROGRAM M J Perry C Lee L Rainville I Cetinic E J Yang S H Kang 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1421 POSTER Satellite Monitoring of Lead Motion in the Ice Pack of the Beaufort Sea A Case Study with High Resolution Imagery A A Denton H C Graber 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1422 POSTER Estimations of heat content in the upper Arctic Ocean from observations and climate models D DiMaggio W Maslowski 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1423 POSTER Aircraft Surveys of the Beaufort Sea Seasonal Ice Zone J Morison Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ED24B Poster Hall Teacher-Researcher Partnerships Working at the Interface of Science and Education to Enhance Student Learning II Posters Moderators Janet Warburton ARCUS Patricia Yager University of Georgia Dolores Garay Redd School 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1664 POSTER Next Generation Science Partnerships (Invited) J Magnusson 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1665 POSTER Satellite EARTH workshops increase reach sustainability and growth of EARTH (Education And Research Testing Hypotheses) a truly collaborative workshop model between researchers and educators to get real data into the classroom G I Matsumoto 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1666 POSTER How Do High School Students Respond to Opportunities to Collaborate with Authentic Scientific Researchers in At-Risk Environments P Murray N Ferriero J Rosalsky K G Lloyd A D Steen 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1667 POSTER The Nazar Wave a trigger for learning M M Carapu o A Cunha R Taborda C Andrade C Maur cio 4 00 P.M. ED24B-1668 POSTER Mon Oc an & Moi Network and Teamwork to Better Connect People Science and Education C Scheurle 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 125 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1424 POSTER An Edge-Referenced Surface Fresh Layer in the Seasonal Ice Zone S Dewey J Morison 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1425 POSTER Maiden Voyage of the Under-Ice Float A Shcherbina E A D Asaro B Light J W Deming E Rehm 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1426 POSTER Simulating Sea Ice Floes Using the Discrete Element Method S P Bateman 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1427 POSTER Ice Thickness Snow Depth and Surface Temperature in the Chukchi Sea Ice Edge from a Vesselmounted Sea Ice Measurement System B Weissling S F Ackley 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1428 POSTER The 2015 Autumn Ice-Edge Advance during the Sea State Field Campaign as Compared to Ongoing Variability and Trends in Atmosphere-Ice Interactions in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas S E Stammerjohn O P G Persson S F Ackley T Maksym 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1429 POSTER Wave-Ice Interactions in the Marginal Ice Zone W Perrie H Shen Y Hu Y He S Li 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1430 POSTER A Large Surface Wave Event Observed in Arctic Sea Ice C O Collins III W Rogers A V Marchenko A V Babanin 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1431 POSTER Sea Ice Floe Size Distribution Observations First Results from the Sea State Campaign 2015 B Holt H H Shen V A Squire 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1432 POSTER WITHDRAWN A Three-Dimensional Model of Ice Floe Breakup by Ocean Waves in the Marginal Ice Zone V A Squire F Montiel 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1433 POSTER Preliminary evaluation of the effective viscoelastic parameters for the Arctic marginal ice zone under various sea states H H Shen W Rogers J Thomson M J Doble A L Kohout B Holt V A Squire J E M Mosig S F Ackley X Zhao 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1434 POSTER Late summer and fall wave climate in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas 2000-2014 Y Fan W Rogers J Thomson J Stopa 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1435 POSTER Arctic Sea Ice Monitoring by Marine Radar B Lund M Ortiz J C Pinales A A Denton H C Graber 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1442 POSTER Observations of thermohaline sound speed structure in the Beaufort Sea in the summer of 2015 A Pearson J A Colosi D DiMaggio 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1443 POSTER Airborne Remote Sensing for the ONR Sea State DRI Experiment J M Brozena J Thomson S F Ackley B Holt 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1444 POSTER Waves in the Arctic Ocean 19922014 J Stopa F Ardhuin F Girard-Ardhuin Y Fan 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1445 POSTER Object-Based Sea Ice Ridge Detection From High Spatial Resolution Imagery H Xie X Miao S F Ackley S Zheng Tuesday 4 00 P.M. HI24A Poster Hall Ecological and Social Impact of Change in Coastal Ecosystems Posters (joint with EC P) Moderators Adelaide Johnson Portland State University J rn Schmidt Christian-Albrechts-Universit t zu Kiel 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1767 POSTER The Impacts of wetland restoration on Fish Productivity in Nigeria O A Ayorinde K M Okunade D M Agboola Z A Adesokan 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1768 POSTER Impact of hydropower complex implantation on primary production of the Estuary of the romaine river Qu bec Canada C Deblois A Tremblay 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1769 POSTER Geomorphology and Sustainable Subsistence Habitats A C Johnson L E Kruger 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1770 POSTER Developing Modern User Access Tools for Subsistence Mapping Data Resources R J Bochenek 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1771 POSTER Temporal Patterns of Coral Reef Benthic Community Structure on Tinian Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands A Cheripka 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1772 POSTER Incorporating Local Wisdom Sasi into Marine Zoning to Increase the Resilience of a Marine Protected Area Network in Raja Ampat Indonesia P Purwanto Jr S Mangubhai M Muhajir N I Hidayat L Rumetna A Awaludinnoer K Thebu 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1773 POSTER WITHDRAWN Eroding islands of Gulf of Mannar - consequence of coral mining K D Raj Jr G Mathews J K P Edward 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1774 POSTER Embryonic Developmental Stages of African Giant Catfish Heterobranchus longifilis (Valenciennes 1840) (Teleostei Clariidae) P C Wilfred-Ekprikpo 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1775 POSTER Modeling Morphodynamic Response to Intensive Land Reclamation along the Coast of Bohai Sea H Zhang 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1776 POSTER Vulnerability and Resilience of the Niger Delta Coastal Communities to Pollution and Environmental Degradation P E Ndimele O O Whenu H R Anwan M A Anetekhai 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1777 POSTER Monitoring Coastal Dune Variations through Remote Sensing on the Southern Coast of Brazil C Fitzpatrick H Dias Vianna 4 00 P.M. HI24A-1778 POSTER Empirical knowledge engine of local governance Senegalese artisanal fisheries Empirical knowledge engine of local governance Senegalese artisanal fisheries A Mbaye Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1436 POSTER Ice Types and Processes in the Advancing Chukchi Sea Ice Edge from Visual Observations and Digital Photos S F Ackley H H Shen W Rogers B Holt T Maksym A L Kohout M Smith S E Stammerjohn B Lund 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1437 POSTER Surface Wave Properties at the Marginal Ice Zone Observed with TerraSAR-X J Gemmrich 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1438 POSTER Data support during an Arctic research cruise lessons learned S Lehner R Ressel 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1439 POSTER Quantifying the Impact of Background Atmospheric Stability on Air-Ice-Ocean Interactions the Arctic Ocean During the Fall Freeze-Up P S Guest 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1440 POSTER Altimeter Observations of Wave Climate in the Arctic Ocean A V Babanin Q Liu S Zieger 4 00 P.M. HE24A-1441 POSTER Ice Floe Breaking in Contemporary Third Generation Operational Wave Models C S vigny J Baudry J C Gauthier D Dumont 126 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Tuesday 4 00 P.M. HI24B Poster Hall Offshore Energy Issues Connectivity and Habitat Consequences of Rigs-to-Reefs Programs Posters (joint with ME PO P) Moderators Susan Zaleski Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Donna Schroeder Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Herb Leedy Department of Interior Douglas Peter Department of Interior 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1779 POSTER An Overview of Coral Community Development on Offshore Platforms in the Gulf of Mexico P W Sammarco 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1780 POSTER Distribution Abundance and Potential Larval Connectivity of the Non-Native Bryozoan Watersipora on Offshore Oil Platforms and Natural Reefs M Page S Zaleski R D Simons R J Miller J Dugan B Doheny D M Schroeder 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1781 POSTER The Role of Disturbance Larval Supply and Native Community on the Establishment of a NonNative Species on Oil Platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel S Viola M Page R J Miller S Zaleski B Doheny J Dugan D M Schroeder 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1782 POSTER WITHDRAWN Foundations of Wind Turbines as Stepping Stones for Non-Indigenous Species in the Southern North Sea I De Mesel S Degraer F Kerckhof I Sch n K Martens 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1783 POSTER Historical Population Estimates For Several Fish Species At Offshore Oil and Gas Structures in the US Gulf of Mexico G Gitschlag 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1784 POSTER Potential Fish Production Impacts from Partial Removal of Decommissioned Oil and Gas Platforms off the Coast of California J Claisse D Pondella M Love L Zahn C Williams A S Bull 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1785 POSTER The Ecology and Feeding Habits of Fish Assemblages Closely Associated with Offshore Oil and Gas Platforms in the North Sea T Fujii 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1786 POSTER Regional Patterns in Invertebrate Assemblages on Offshore Oil Platforms Along the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf S Zaleski H M Page R J Miller B Doheny J E Dugan D M Schroeder 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1787 POSTER An Overview of Potential Ecological Consequences of Habitat Modification from Offshore Energy Structures D M Schroeder A S Bull 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1788 POSTER WITHDRAWN An Analysis of Fish Communities on Structured Habitat in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico Potential Impacts of Rigs-to-Reefs Programs and a Comparison with Natural Banks J J Wetz M J Ajemian M Streich G W Stunz 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1789 POSTER WITHDRAWN Trophic and reproductive ecology of Red Snapper Lutjanus campechanus on natural and artificial reefs in the western Gulf of Mexico M J Ajemian J J Wetz R A Brewton C H Downey G W Stunz 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1790 POSTER WITHDRAWN Artificial Reefs as Surrogate Habitats for Red Snapper in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico A Fishery-Independent Comparison of Artificial and Natural Habitats M Streich J J Wetz M J Ajemian G W Stunz 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1791 POSTER Oil Platforms off California are among the Most Productive Marine Fish Habitats Globally D Pondella J Claisse M Love L Zahn J Williams C Williams A S Bull 4 00 P.M. HI24B-1792 POSTER Water Quality Monitoring of Texas Offshore Artificial Reefs L Bodkin M Lee Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ME24A Poster Hall Ecological Consequences of Internal Waves Internal Tides and Solitons in the Ocean Posters (joint with B PO PP TP) Moderators Jes s Pineda Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Claudio Richter Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz-Center for Polar and Marine Research Bremerhaven Marlene Wall GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0683 POSTER Ecological and Biogeochemical Impacts of Internal Waves on Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems Testing Eddy Covariance and Isotope Approaches Iriomote Japan A S J Wyatt T Miyajima J Leichter T Naruse T Kuwae S Yamamoto N Satoh T Nagata 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0684 POSTER The Effect of Non-linear Internal Waves on the Growth of Antarctic Sponges C Richter L Fillinger 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0685 POSTER The effect of solitons on coral growth C Richter G M Schmidt M Wall K Beck K Engler A Kools S Khokiattiwong 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0686 POSTER Internal Wave Exposure in Eastern Tropical Pacific Panam and Costa Rica is Coincident with Strong Vertical Gradients in Shallow Water Benthic Community Composition J Leichter 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0687 POSTER Vertical convergence of sediment resuspended by internal waves and subducted phytoplankton to a persistent detached layer over the shelf of Monterey Bay California E E McPhee-Shaw O M Cheriton J Sevadjian 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0688 POSTER Effect of internal tides in the distribution and abundance of microzooplankton in Todos Santos Bay (Ensenada B.C.) L Iba ez Tejero L B Ladah L Sanchez Velasco E D Barton 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0689 POSTER Inferring internal bore larval transport from barnacle settlement and high resolution physical measurements J Pineda N Reyns S J Lentz 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0690 POSTER Smal-Scale Spatial Differences in Supply-Side Ecology of Barnacle Larvae Involves a Complex Suite of Factors (Including Surface Tide Internal Tides And Surface Winds) in Baja California A Valencia L B Ladah 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0691 POSTER Supply-Side Ecology of Meroplanktonic Larvae with a Focus on Crabs and Barnacles Forced by the Internal Tide in Baja California R G Fern ndez Aldecoa L B Ladah 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0692 POSTER FATE AND CONTRIBUTION OF INTERNAL WAVE-FORCED BARNACLE SETTLERS TO COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN NORTHERN BAJA CALIFORNIA A YEAR AFTER SETTLEMENT A Lievana L B Ladah M F Lavin A E Filonov F J Tapia J Leichter 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0693 POSTER Increase in ocean stratification reduces the aggregation power of fine-scale physical structure D Grados R Fablet F Colas A Chaigneau V Echevin L Vasquez R Castillo A Bertrand 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 127 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0694 POSTER WITHDRAWN Dynamics of Tidally Driven Nutrient Transport into a Semi-Enclosed Isolated Coral Reef Atoll R Green R Lowe N L Jones G N Ivey J Falter M T McCulloch R M Brinkman 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0695 POSTER AN OVERVIEW OF A DECADE OF THE FLOO PROJECT (FLUXES LINKING THE OFFSHORE AND THE ONSHORE) ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE INTERNAL TIDE ON THE MEXICAN COASTLINE IN TEMPERATE SUBTROPICAL AND TROPICAL ECOSYSTEMS L B Ladah 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0696 POSTER A Numerical Study on the Breaking of Internal Solitary Waves in the Southern Red Sea D Guo P Zhan I Hoteit 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0697 POSTER Modeling Plankton Aggregation and Transport by Nonlinear Internal Waves Propagating Onshore J C Garwood R C Musgrave P J S Franks 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0698 POSTER Internal Tides in Whittard Canyon Spatial Variability and Impacts on Habitat Heterogeneity T Aslam K Robert R Hall S Dye 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0699 POSTER Laboratory-Scale Internal Wave Apparatus for Studying Copepod Behavior S Jung D R Webster K A Haas J Yen 4 00 P.M. ME24A-0700 POSTER Using Distributed Temperature Sensing to quantify the influence of internal waves on heat flux and temperature variability on a coral reef E C Reid K A Davis T M Decarlo A Hall P Lohmann A L Cohen G T F Wong Turbulent Flow E A Variano L Brandt G Sardina M Ardekani N Pujara S Ayers K Du Clos L Karp-Boss P A Jumars 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0709 POSTER Can small zooplankton enhance turbulence in a lake during vertical migration D Wain S Simoncelli S Thackeray 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0710 POSTER A Numerical Modeling Study of Mesodinium Bloom Formation and Retention in a River-Dominated Mesotidal Estuary B Cervantes Y H Spitz 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0711 POSTER Propulsion and perception in intermediate Re regimes aquatic microcrustacean copepod responses to wake structures J Yen L A Pender Healy M Heaphy 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0712 POSTER Mechanical and scaling considerations for efficient jellyfish swimming A P Hoover L Miller 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0713 POSTER Turning Mechanics During Swimming by Oblate Hydromedusae J Costello S Colin K Sutherland B J Gemmell 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0714 POSTER Hypoxia interface behavior of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi L A Gentry A Moss 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0715 POSTER Non-invasive 3D geometry extraction and robotic modeling of a Sea lion foreflipper R K Patel M C Leftwich C Friedman 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0716 POSTER Dynamics of motile phytoplankton in turbulence Laboratory investigation of microscale patchiness J P Crimaldi A True R Stocker 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0717 POSTER WITHDRAWN How Leaves Flutter in Slow Flows and Reconfigure in Strong Flows L Miller 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0718 POSTER Foraging in Turbulent Flow Bridging Individual Motility and Meter-Scale Phytoplankton Patchiness S Essink A Mahadevan Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ME24B Poster Hall Ecological Fluid Mechanics Interactions among Organisms and Their Fluid Environment II Posters (joint with EC PP TP) Moderators Donald Webster Georgia Institute of Technology John Crimaldi University of Colorado at Boulder 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0701 POSTER Snail Larvae From Turbulent Inlets and the Wavy Continental Shelf Use Different Physical Behavioral Cues H L Fuchs G P Gerbi 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0702 POSTER Numerical Modelling and Analysis of Flow through Aquatic Canopies V Etminan Farooji R Lowe M Ghisalberti Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ME24C Poster Hall Exploring Biological-Geological Interactions in Coastal and Nearshore Habitats Posters (joint with ED EC MG) Moderators Ivano Aiello Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Peter Raimondi University of California Santa Cruz 4 00 P.M. ME24C-0719 POSTER Thriving reefs in the Baltic Diversity and small-scale variability of hard-bottom assemblages along natural and anthropogenic gradients in the German Baltic Sea K Beisiegel M L Zettler A Darr K Schiele K Schwarzer P Richter 4 00 P.M. ME24C-0720 POSTER A Landscape Disturbance Process in the Marine Environment Revising Expectations of Climate Change Impacts. C Robles P M Halpin R Schrecengost D Orr J Aleman-Zometa 4 00 P.M. ME24C-0721 POSTER Scale Dependent Drivers of MPA Performance A Case Study of the Spiny Lobster (Panulirus interruptus) on Santa Catalina Island C Garza 4 00 P.M. ME24C-0722 POSTER Distribution of Recent Benthic Foraminifera on Varying Substrates on the Southeast Florida Reef Tract C M Hanley A E Oleinik 4 00 P.M. ME24C-0723 POSTER Sediment Transport and Vegetative Controls on Delta Channel Networks R Lauzon A B Murray A Piliouras W Kim Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0703 POSTER Copepod Behavior in Thin Layers of Toxic Algae D R Webster A C True M J Weissburg J Yen 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0704 POSTER An Integrative Multi-Scale Computational Model of a Swimming Lamprey Fully Coupled to Its Fluid Environment and Incorporating Proprioceptive Feedback C L Hamlet K Hoffman L Fauci E Tytell 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0705 POSTER Propulsion of the Water Flea Daphnia magna Experiments Scaling and Modelling A N Skipper D Murphy D R Webster J Yen 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0706 POSTER Characterization of vertical mixing in oscillatory vegetated flows M Abdolahpour M Ghisalberti P Lavery K McMahon 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0707 POSTER A micro-fluidic treadmill for observing suspended plankton in the lab J S Jaffe B Laxton J C Garwood P J S Franks P L Roberts 4 00 P.M. ME24B-0708 POSTER 3D Tracking of Diatom Motion in 128 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. ME24C-0724 POSTER Exploring multi-scale relationships between geology and ecology in Northern and Central California s intertidal habitats I W Aiello A Wheeler P Raimondi 4 00 P.M. ME24C-0725 POSTER Shell color polymorphism in the marine gastropod Mitrella fusiformis M J Jones Underwater Camera T Mano X Guo N Fujii N Yoshie H Takeoka 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0739 POSTER Understanding Aggregation and Estimating Seasonal Abundance of Chrysaora quinquecirrha Medusae from a Fixed-station Time Series in the Choptank River Chesapeake Bay J Tay R R Hood 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0740 POSTER Modeling the Relative Importance of Near-bottom Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen to the Distribution of Adult Pacific Halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) L Sadorus J Walker 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0741 POSTER Chasing plumes at the Endeavour Segment J W Book M A Jeffries S F Mihaly R Jenkyns R Timmerman 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0742 POSTER Effects of behavioral responses on vertical distributions of snail larvae (Ilyanassa obsoleta and trivittata) G P Gerbi H L Fuchs 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0743 POSTER Influences of oceanographic features on the distribution and abundance of yellowfin tuna Thunnus albacares larvae in the Gulf of Mexico M Cornic J R Rooker 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0744 POSTER Detecting Habitats and Ecosystem Functions Considering the Mesozooplankton Size and Diversity Structures and Environmental Conditions in the Gulf of Lion NW Mediterranean Sea F Carlotti B Espinasse M Zhou D Jean-Luc 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0745 POSTER The connectivity of temperate reef fish along the east Australian coast and the effects of ontogenetic vertical migration S Hawes W Figueira 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0746 POSTER Modelling the variation in larval dispersal of marbled rock crab Pachygrapsus marmoratus in the Gulf of Cadiz R T Pires M Pan A Peliz A M P A Santos D Boutov A Dos Santos 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0747 POSTER WITHDRAWN Tertiary structure and surface orientation influences on barnacle settlement contrasted with larval supply K B Johnson K Soltis Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ME24D Poster Hall Modeling and Observing the Physical-Biological Interactions that Organize the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Biomass in Marine Ecosystems III Posters Moderators Natalia Sidorovskaia University of Louisiana at Lafayette Irina Rypina WHOI Sherwood Smith JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology Agostino Merico Jacobs University 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0726 POSTER The perfect storm match-mismatch of bio-physical events drives larval reef fish connectivity between Pulley Ridge and the Florida Keys (Invited) A Vaz C B Paris M J Olascoaga V Kourafalou H Kang 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0727 POSTER Investigating Current Transport with Drifter and HF Radar Data and Applications to Marine Protected Areas and Fishery Management (Invited) A Griffa D F Carlson 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0728 POSTER Using Population Density and Size Class Frequency to Identify Recruitment Limitation and Saturation in Shellfishes B Bennett 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0729 POSTER Assessing the Diversity of Halimeda spp. on Pulley Ridge Mesophotic Reefs R K Luzader A Baco-Taylor 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0730 POSTER Diel vertical migration of zooplankton at the S1 biogeochemical mooring revealed from acoustic backscattering strength R Inoue K Minoru T Fujiki 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0731 POSTER Sea Surface Chlorophyll Signature in the Tropical Pacific Eastern and Central Pacific El Ni o Events M H Radenac F L ger A M Singh T C Delcroix 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0732 POSTER Deciphering the Temporal and Spatial Complexity in Submarine Canyons in Antarctica the Role of Mixed Layer Depth in Regulating Primary Production F Carvalho J T Kohut O Schofield M J Oliver 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0733 POSTER Impact of physical-biological interactions on spatio-temporal distribution of bioluminescence potential I Shulman B Penta M A Moline S Anderson M Messi P Sakalaukus M J Oliver 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0734 POSTER Relationship Between Zooplankton Distribution and Hydrography in Deep Waters of the Southern Gulf of M xico. A Seasonal Study J F Farber Lorda G Athie 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0735 POSTER Predicting the Presence of Scyphozoan Jellyfish in the Gulf of Mexico Using a Biophysical Model K T Aleksa R W Nero J D Wiggert W M Graham 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0736 POSTER Dominant plankton sizes in response to various upwelling events J Shin Y H Jo 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0737 POSTER Influence of Scale-dependent Processes on Capelin (Mallotus villosus) Distributions in the Gulf of Alaska D W McGowan J K Horne 4 00 P.M. ME24D-0738 POSTER Observation of Moon Jellyfish Spatial Distribution Using a Scientific Echo Sounder and Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ME24E Poster Hall Ocean Deoxygenation Integrating Coastal and Oceanic Perspectives in a Changing World III Posters (joint with B EC HI PC) Moderators Denise Breitburg Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Lisa Levin University of California San Diego Brad Seibel University of Rhode Island Michael Roman University of Maryland Center (UMCES) for Environmental Science 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0748 POSTER Integrating Coastal and Oceanic Perspectives on Deoxygenation Introduction to the Session D Breitburg L A Levin 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0749 POSTER Effects of mesoscale eddies on suboxia and hypoxia in the Arabian Sea Z Lachkar S Smith M Levy 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0750 POSTER Vertical Variability of Anoxia Along the Northern Omani Shelf B Y Queste S Piontkovski K J Heywood 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0751 POSTER Hypoxia over the Continental Margin in the Northern California Current The Role of Shelf-Deep Ocean Exchange J A Barth F Chan S D Pierce K Adams R K Shearman A Erofeev 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 129 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0752 POSTER Observations and Biogeochemical Model Results of Dissolved Oxygen off of Central California A Ren F Chai D M Anderson F Chavez 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0753 POSTER Decadal Prediction of Hypoxia along the US West Coast M Pozo Buil E Di Lorenzo C A Deutsch 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0754 POSTER Decadal to centennial oscillations in the upper and lower boundaries of the San Diego California margin Oxygen Minimum Zone S E Moffitt T M Hill C Frieder B Grupe 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0755 POSTER Stable Carbon Isotope Composition of Remineralizing Organic Matter in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Continental Shelf X Hu H Wang N N Rabalais 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0756 POSTER Hypoxia Impacts on Food Web Linkages in a Pelagic Ecosystem M Sato J K Horne S L ParkerStetter T Essington J E Keister P Moriarty L Li 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0757 POSTER Natural chemical tags reveal trophic resilience of demersal fish to hypoxia exposure J A Mohan B D Walther 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0758 POSTER Geochemical indicators of sublethal hypoxia exposure in otoliths of a ubiquitous demersal fish species in the northern Gulf of Mexico M Altenritter B D Walther J A Mohan 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0759 POSTER Quantifying Physiological Behavioral and Ecological Consequences of Hypoxic Events in Kelp Forest S Y Litvin J M Beers C B Woodson P Leary O B Fringer J A Goldbogen F Micheli S G Monismith G N Somero 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0760 POSTER Impact of Hypoxia on Startle Response (C-start) of Fish in a Tropical Urban Estuary M S nchezGarc a S J Zottoli L Roberson 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0761 POSTER Three-Dimensional Distribution of Larval Fish Habitats in the Shallow Oxygen Minimum Zone in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean off Mexico S Davies L Sanchez Velasco E Beier V M Godinez E D Barton A Tamayo 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0762 POSTER Hypoxia and Brittlestars Linking Physiology and Behaviour to Ecosystem Function R Calder-Potts J I Spicer P Calosi H S Findlay S Widdicombe 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0766 POSTER The Use of Mesoscale Eddies and Gulf Stream Meanders by White Sharks Carcharodon carcharias P Gaube S Thorrold C D Braun D J McGillicuddy Jr G L Lawson G B Skomal 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0767 POSTER A Three Year Study of Four Species of Baleen Whales Occurrence in Faial-Pico Islands of the Azores and its Relation to Satellite-derived Surface Biophysical Products M Olio R Peres dos Santos P Tepsich A M Martins 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0768 POSTER High resolution ocean fronts product from JPSS VIIRS for improved composite mapping I Gladkova A Ignatov Y Kihai F Shahriar B Petrenko 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0769 POSTER Revealing the timing of ocean stratification using remotely-sensed ocean fronts links with marine predators P I Miller B R Loveday 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0770 POSTER Sensory Processes Around Ocean Fronts Insights from Seabird Bio-Logging in Three Dimensions B L Clark S C Votier L A Hawkes M J Witt P I Miller B R Loveday 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0771 POSTER Bio-Physical Coupling of Seabirds and Prey with a Dynamic River Plume E M Phillips J K Horne J E Zamon J Adams 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0772 POSTER How Do Density Fronts Interact with Zooplankton Distributions to Create Baleen Whale Prey-Fields in Roseway Basin G Ruckdeschel T Ross K T A Davies 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0773 POSTER The effects of variable front persistence and intensity on mesopelagic fish communities a comparison of three fronts in the California Current Ecosystem A N Netburn J A Koslow 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0774 POSTER Persistent tidal mixing fronts as a key habitat feature for the harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) H Skov S Hein nen S Sveegaard J Nabe-Nielsen F Thomsen R Zydelis 4 00 P.M. ME24F-0775 POSTER Fronts and Fine-Scale Distribution of Three Cetacean Species within the Dynamic Mid-Atlantic Bight Shelf Break System E LaBrecque G L Lawson P N Halpin Tuesday 4 00 P.M. MM24A Poster Hall Action Microbial Activity and Interaction with Organic and Inorganic Matter in the Dark Ocean Posters (joint with B CT ME) Moderators Thomas Reinthaler University of Vienna Roberta Hansman University of Vienna 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0416 POSTER Redox Conditions and Microbial Particle Association A Multi-Year Study in the Cariaco Basin E Suter M Pachiadaki V P Edgcomb M I Scranton G T Taylor 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0417 POSTER Effect of hydrostatic pressure on prokaryotic heterotrophic activity in the dark ocean C Amano E Sintes M Utsumi G J Herndl 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0418 POSTER Abundance and Transcriptional Activity of Thaumarchaeal amoA and ureC genes in North Pacific Ocean Q Li C Amano T Nunoura S Takahashi M Utsumi 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0419 POSTER Prokaryotic degradation of high molecular weight dissolved organic matter in the deep-sea waters of NW Mediterranean Sea under in situ temperature and pressure conditions during contrasted hydrological conditions C Tamburini M Boutrif M Garel R Semp r D Repeta B Charriere D Nerini C Panagiotopoulos Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0763 POSTER Ontogenetic Responses of Calanus chilensis to Hypoxia from Northern Chile (23 S) Humboldt Current Ecosystem P M Ruz P Hidalgo R Escribano B Franco-Cisterna L Yebra J E Keister 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0764 POSTER Interested in Pelagic Food Webs BCO-DMO has your Data C L Chandler R C Groman D Kinkade S Rauch M D Allison S R Gegg A Shepherd P H Wiebe D M Glover 4 00 P.M. ME24E-0765 POSTER Habitat Parameters for Oxygen Minimum Zone Copepods from the Eastern Tropical North Pacific K F Wishner D Outram B Grassian Tuesday 4 00 P.M. ME24F Poster Hall Physical-Biological Interactions at Ocean Fronts From Processes to Predators Posters (joint with PO PP O) Moderators Kylie Scales NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center Peter Miller Plymouth Marine Laboratory Steven Bograd NOAA Pacific Grove 130 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0420 POSTER Investigating microbial cycling of recalcitrant organic matter in marine sediments using natural isotope respirometry in a novel carbon-free bioreactor N Mahmoudi S R Beaupre A Pearson 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0421 POSTER Linking variations in DOM composition and the microbial community in the water masses of the deep northeast Atlantic Ocean R Hansman G J Herndl 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0422 POSTER The use of an optical method to evaluate prokaryotic oxygen consumption under high pressure condition M Garel S Martini D Lef vre C Tamburini 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0423 POSTER Thiosulfate Stimulation Of Bacterial Communities In The Deep Ocean E Sintes A Villar-Perdomo C Amano D De Corte G J Herndl 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0424 POSTER Deep sea microbial fuel cell output as a proxy for microbial activity K Richter R George K R Hardy 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0425 POSTER Characterizing The Microbial Lability And Isotopic (14C 13C) Signatures Of Marine Organic Matter With A Novel Culture Vessel System S R Beaupre N Mahmoudi A Pearson 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0426 POSTER Single-cell measurement of archaeal and bacterial carbon assimilation in dark Pacific Ocean waters A E Dekas X Mayali A E Parada J A Fuhrman P K Weber J Pett-Ridge 4 00 P.M. MM24A-0427 POSTER Deep-Sea Microbes Linking Biogeochemical Rates to Omics Approaches G J Herndl E Sintes B Bayer K Bergauer C Amano R Hansman J Garcia T Reinthaler (Gymnodiniales Dinophyceae) in Korean coastal waters M S Han B S PARK J H Kim 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0435 POSTER Temporal Analysis of Bacterioplankton Community Structure in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico K T Knight J A Moss R Snyder N L Henriksson W H Jeffrey 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0436 POSTER Latitudinal Trends in Abundant and Rare Bacterioplankton Community Structure and Diversity in Surface Waters of the Pacific Ocean W H Jeffrey J A Moss R Snyder J D Pakulski 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0437 POSTER Spatial Distribution and Biogeographical Patterns of Bacteria the Water Column and Sediments of the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico N L Henriksson R Snyder J A Moss W H Jeffrey 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0438 POSTER TEMPERATURE AND NUTRIENT EFFECTS ON PERIPHYTON ASSOCIATED BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN CONTINUOUS FLOW-THROUGH ESTUARINE MESOCOSMS K Houghton J B James R Devereux S D Friedman 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0439 POSTER Competition between autotrophic and heterotrophic microbial plankton for inorganic nutrients induced by variability in estuarine biophysicochemical conditions A Williams A Quigg 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0440 POSTER Symbiotic bacterial communities of corals across two thermally distinct environments on the Belize Barrier Reef System L Speare 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0441 POSTER Impact of Vitamin B12 and Nitrate on Transcript and Metabolite Abundances in Marine Diatoms H L Pound N L Schanke W B Penta J Zavala F Casu D W Bearden P A Lee 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0442 POSTER Bacterial Associations with Diatoms Influence Host Health in a Xenic Model System L Baker P F Kemp 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0443 POSTER Investigating the Differences in the Total and Active Microbial Community of Mid-Atlantic Ridge Sediments M S Sobol L A Zinke B Orcutt H J Mills K J Edwards P R Girguis B K Reese 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0444 POSTER Interactions Between the Diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana and Heterotrophic Bacterium Pelagibacter ubique Examined in Co-Culture E Moore S J Giovannoni K Halsey 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0445 POSTER Identification of Methanogens and Geochemical Controls on the Production of Methane in Cape Lookout Bight NC R Kevorkian 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0446 POSTER Assessing Virulence and Transmission Rates of White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) in Two Ecologically Important Palaemonid Shrimp C Bernard B Keesee C Philippoff S Curran J Lotz E Powell 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0447 POSTER Bacterioplankton Community Dynamics and Nutrient Availability in a Shallow Well Mixed Estuary of the Northern Gulf of Mexico M P Hoch Tuesday 4 00 P.M. MM24B Poster Hall Microbial Interactions in Ocean Ecosystems Ecology to Biogeochemistry III Posters (joint with B ME) Moderators Dana Hunt Duke University Tatiana Rynearson University of Rhode Island 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0428 POSTER Succession of free-living and particle associated prokaryotes in the northern Adriatic Sea P A Steiner I Ivanci P Paliaga K Matosovi E Haberleitner E Sintes M Najdek G J Herndl 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0429 POSTER Microbial assemblages on a coldwater coral mound at the SE Rockall bank J V Bleijswijk C Whalen G Duineveld M Lavaleye H Witte F Mienis 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0430 POSTER Preliminary Evaluation of Microbial Communities Isolated from the Calcifying Fluid of Oysters R Banker 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0431 POSTER Prevalence of potential nitrogenfixing green sulphur bacteria in the skeleton of reef-building coral Isopora palifera S H Yang 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0432 POSTER Vitamin B12 Production by Marine Bacteria in Organic Substrate Limited Slow Growth Conditions J Villegas-Mendoza R Cajal-Medrano H Maske 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0433 POSTER Nitrogen excretion by copepods and its contribution to the ammonium oxidizing activity in the upwelling zone off central-southern Chile (36 S) V Valdes R Escribano C Fernandez V Molina 4 00 P.M. MM24B-0434 POSTER Dynamics of bacterial community structure during blooms of Cochlodinium polykrikoides Tuesday 4 00 P.M. MM24C Poster Hall Oceans and Human Health Improving Ecological Forecasting of Marine Microbes Posters (joint with B HI ME) Moderators Nathalie Valette-Silver NOAA Silver Spring MD United States Frank Gl ckner Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 131 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0448 POSTER WITHDRAWN Ecological Forecasting of Vibrio sp. in U.S. Coastal Waters Using an Operational Platform a Pilot Project of the NOAA Ecological Forecasting Roadmap. Development of Web based Tools and Forecasts to Help the Public Avoid Exposure to Vibrio vulnificus and Shell Fish Harvesters Avoid Dangerous Concentrations of Vibrio parahaemolyticus R M Daniels J M Jacobs R Paranjpye L W Lanerolle 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0449 POSTER FROM RESEARCH TO OPERATIONS TRANSITIONING NOAA S LAKE ERIE HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM FORECAST SYSTEM K E Kavanaugh R P Stumpf 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0450 POSTER WITHDRAWN Exploring the functional side of the Ocean Sampling Day metagenomes F G Antonio R Kottmann D Wallom F O Gl ckner 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0451 POSTER Genomic Analysis of Attenuation in Pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus L J Pinnell J J Tallman III J Turner 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0452 POSTER Genome sequencing and analysis of a highly virulent Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain isolated from the marine environment M C Parks E Moreno 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0453 POSTER Genomic analysis of two emergent Vibrio parahaemolyticus ecotypes E Moreno M C Parks L J Pinnell J Turner 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0454 POSTER WITHDRAWN Prevalence of Vibrio vulnificus and Vibrio parahaemolyticus in the Maryland Coastal Bays V O De Pascuale 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0455 POSTER WITHDRAWN Occurrence of pathogenic Vibrio species from the biotic and abiotic components of Andaman Islands India N M Kada M Raju K Perumal R Chatragadda 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0456 POSTER Environmental Controls of ShellfishToxigenic Vibrio Bacteria in Oregon s Coasts and Estuaries M R Gradoville C H se A E White 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0457 POSTER Mnemiopsis leidyi Gut Harbors Seasonally Variant and Commensal Microbial Assemblages R M Mariita M J Hossain M R Liles A Moss 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0458 POSTER A Molecular MST Approach to Investigate Fecal Indicator Bacteria in Bioaerosols Bathing Water Seaweed Wrack and Sand at Recreational Beaches K M Thoren C D Sinigalliano 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0459 POSTER Abundance of genes involved in mercury methylation in oceanic environments A V Palumbo M Podar C C Gilmour C C Brandt S D Brown B R Crable D Weighill D A Jacobson A C Somenahally D A Elias 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0460 POSTER Characterizing Microbial Water Quality of Extreme Tide Floodwaters Discharged from an Urbanized Subtropical Beach Case Study of Miami Beach with Implications for Sea Level Rise and Public Health M L Gidley 4 00 P.M. MM24C-0461 POSTER Abundance and antibiotic susceptibility of Vibrio spp. isolated from microplastics A L Laverty K Darr F C Dobbs and Local Scales to Climate on the Global Scale II Posters (joint with B HE IS PP) Moderators Richard Lampitt National Oceanography Centre Emmanuel Boss University of Maine Pierre Testor Laboratoire d Oc anographie et de Climatologie Herve Claustre Laboratoire d Oc anographie de Villefranche 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2441 POSTER FixO3 Network Project Integration harmonization and innovation R S Lampitt 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2442 POSTER Does winter physical intermittency support a biological preconditioning of the spring phytoplankton bloom L Lacour K F Stec H Claustre D Iudicone 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2443 POSTER Variability in bio-optical relationships from a global Bio-Argo database. M Barbieux J Uitz A Bricaud A Poteau G Obolensky C Schmechtig F D Ortenzio B Gentili H Claustre 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2444 POSTER CDIAC DATA MANAGEMENT AND ARCHIVAL SUPPORT FOR A HIGH-FREQUENCY ATMOSPHERIC AND SEAWATER PCO2 DATA SET FROM 14 OPEN OCEAN MOORINGS A Kozyr A Sutton 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2445 POSTER A novel approach dedicated to build a climate oceanographic observatory in the central South Pacific THOT (TaHitian Ocean Time series) A Poteau E C Martinez H Claustre M Rodier C Maes A Mignot M Taquet C Ponsonnet K Maamaatuaiahutapu V Laurent 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2446 POSTER Integrated science in the European network of coastal marine infrastructure JERICO I Puillat P Farcy A Gremare D Durand B Karlson L Laakso J Seppala G Charria 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2447 POSTER Can carbon export in the North Atlantic Ocean be quantified by combining bio-optical Argo observations with a simple model C M Gordon A M Kuhn K Fennel H Claustre 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2448 POSTER Determination of primary production as part of OSMOSIS using vertically profiling gliders V S Hemsley S C Painter A P Martin T J Smyth E Frajka-Williams A F Thompson G Damerell 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2449 POSTER PTEROPODS ARE UNDERVALUED CONTRIBUTORS TO ARAGONITE FLUX IN TROPICAL GYRES C A Pebody R S Lampitt 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2450 POSTER Improving the knowledge about dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll variability at ESTOC by using autonomous vehicles A Cianca E Caudet D Vega C Barrera J Hernandez Brito 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2451 POSTER Net community production from autonomous oxygen observations in the Sargasso Sea M Feen M L Estapa 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2452 POSTER Autonomous Observational Platforms for Ocean Studies Operation Advantages of Sensor Technology and Data Management D Atamanchuk J Lai M Vining D Kehoe G Siddall U Send D Wallace 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2453 POSTER The Physical Context of Seasonal and Inter-Annual Variability in Phytoplankton across the Scotian Shelf Insights from Profiling Gliders T Ross S E Craig M Dever M Beck A Comeau R F Davis 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2454 POSTER A glider network to study the physical-biogeochemical coupling in the Atlantic ocean P Testor Scientific Program Tuesday 4 00 P.M. OD24A Poster Hall Autonomous Observations of Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Properties and Processes in the Open Ocean From the Diel 132 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. OD24A-2455 POSTER Operationalizing Surface Piercing Profilers J P Fram J A Barth E P Dever B Rhoades J M Koegler Tuesday 4 00 P.M. OD24B Poster Hall Science at Sea Marine Data Stewardship from Proposal to Preservation II Posters (joint with A MG PO P) Moderators Cynthia Chandler Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Robert Arko Columbia University of New York 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2456 POSTER Data Management for Marine Biodiversity Observation Networks (Invited) M O Brien D M Anderson R Bochenek 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2457 POSTER BCO-DMO Stewardship of Marine Research Data from Proposal to Preservation C L Chandler R C Groman D Kinkade A Shepherd S Rauch M D Allison S R Gegg P H Wiebe D M Glover 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2458 POSTER Ocean Acidification Monitoring Data Collaborations Integration and Dissemination The US Pacific NW Regional IOOS Experience with Local to Global Efforts E Mayorga J Newton T Tanner 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2459 POSTER Data Processing for a Small-Scale Long-Term Coastal Ocean Observing System Near Mobile Bay Alabama - A Geoscience Paper of the Future B Dzwonkowski M Tzeng K Park 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2460 POSTER SeaView Bringing EarthCube to the Oceanographer K I Stocks S C Diggs R A Arko D Kinkade A Shepherd 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2461 POSTER The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System A Decade of Data Aggregation and Services (Invited) M Howard 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2462 POSTER Project FLOSSIE Marine Data Stewardship at the Waterline R H Bouchard 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2463 POSTER Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Information and Data Cooperative (GRIIDC) Developing a Data Sharing Culture in the Wake of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spil L M Showalter J C Gibeaut 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2464 POSTER World Ocean Database and the Global Temperature and Salinity Profile Program Database Synthesis of historical and near real-time ocean profile data T Boyer L Sun R A Locarnini A V Mishonov N Hall M Ouellet 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2465 POSTER Implementing the New JCOMM Marine Climate Data System L Dumenil-Gates E Freeman E Charpentier 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2466 POSTER SAMOS A Decade of High-Quality Underway Meteorological and Oceanographic Data from Research Vessels S R Smith J Rolph K Briggs J L Elya M A Bourassa 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2467 POSTER The NOAA Scientific Computing System Data Assembly Center K L Suchdeve S R Smith M Van Waes 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2468 POSTER Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R) Products and Services for the U.S. Research Fleet Community R A Arko S M Carbotte C L Chandler S R Smith K I Stocks 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2469 POSTER Open Vessel Data Management (OpenVDM) - Open-source Middleware to Assist Vessel Operators Produce Consistent Cruise Data Packages for Archival and Monitor Data Quality J W Pinner IV 4 00 P.M. OD24B-2470 POSTER Integrated Stewardship of NASA Satellite and Field Campaign Data J Hausman V M Tsontos S H Hardman Tuesday. 4 00 P.M. OD24C Poster Hall Tools Services and New Technology for Oceanographic Big Data Posters (joint with EC IS PO) Moderators Edward Armstrong NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Jessica Hausman NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Kenneth Casey NOAA Camp Springs Stephen Diggs University of California San Diego 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2471 POSTER Optimizing Oceanographic Big Data Browse and Visualization Response Times by Implementing the Lambda Architecture R D Currier M Howard B A Kirkpatrick 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2472 POSTER The Jason-CS Sentinel-6 Ocean Surface Topography Mission (Invited) C Donlon R Cullen R Scharroo 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2473 POSTER NOAA s Big Data Partnership and Applications to Ocean Sciences (Invited) E J Kearns 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2474 POSTER A Generalized Distributed Data Match-Up Service in Support of Oceanographic Application V M Tsontos T Huang B Holt S R Smith M A Bourassa S J Worley Z Ji J L Elya A Stallard 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2475 POSTER A Participative Tool for Sharing Annotating and Archiving Submarine Video Data Y Marcon R Kottmann V Ratmeyer A Boetius 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2476 POSTER Near Real-Time Collection Processing and Publication of Beach Morphology and Oceanographic LIDAR Data T Dyer 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2477 POSTER Improving application of data quality information in accessing and using satellite data E M Armstrong T Huang S J S Khalsa C Fry C Alarcon Z Xing T M Chin 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2478 POSTER Leveraging GeoTIFF Compatibility for Visualizing a New EASE-Grid 2.0 Global Satellite Passive Microwave Climate Record A C Paget M J Brodzik D G Long M Hardman 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2479 POSTER A multi-scale and ungridded representation of data products T M Chin E M Armstrong J Vazquez 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2480 POSTER GPU-Based Interactive Exploration and Online Probability Maps Calculation for Visualizing Assimilated Ocean Ensembles Data I Hoteit T Hollt M Hadwiger O M Knio G Gopalakrishnan P Zhan 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2481 POSTER A SensorML-based Metadata Model and Registry for Ocean Observatories a Contribution from European Projects NeXOS and FixO3 E Delory S Jirka 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2482 POSTER Integration of Cloud Technologies for Data Stewardship at the NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) K S Casey S A Hausman 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2483 POSTER Transformation of model data to information - experiences with coastDat E Meyer R Weisse 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 133 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2484 POSTER Oceanographic Research Capacity in the US Virgin Islands P Jobsis S Y Habtes 4 00 P.M. OD24C-2485 POSTER WORKING TOGETHER BEFORE WE RE ALL AT SEA P Bricher L Newman S C Diggs 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2122 POSTER Indian Ocean Dipole Effects on the Wave Climate of New Zealand V A Godoi K R Bryan R M Gorman 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2123 POSTER On the Mechanisms of Decadal Variability of the North Pacific Gyre Oscillation Over the 20th Century D L Yi L Zhang L Wu 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2124 POSTER Intrinsic correlation and its temporal evolution between winter-time PNA EPW and winter drought in the west United States L Piao Z Fu N Yuan 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2125 POSTER Determining the Effect of the Lunar Nodal Cycle on Tidal Mixing and North Pacific Climate Variability D J Ullman A Schmittner G Danabasoglu N J Norton M M ller 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2126 POSTER Dynamics and Mechanisms of Decadal Variability of the Pacific-South America Mode over the 20th Century L Zhang 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2127 POSTER Oceanic Influences on Pacific Storm Track Activity and Southwest United States Precipitation from 1915-2011 R Bateman W Han 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2128 POSTER The Effect of Jet Stream Position on Wind Relaxations off Central and Southern California U.S.A M R Fewings L Washburn C Dorman C Gotschalk K S Brown K Chen J Bane 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2129 POSTER Interannual decadal variability of wintertime mixed layer depthsin the North Pacific detected by an ensemble of ocean syntheses T Toyoda Y Fujii T Kuragano N Kosugi D Sasano M Kamachi Y Ishikawa S Masuda K Sato T Awaji F Hernandez N Ferry S Guinehut M Martin A Peterson S A Good M Valdivieso K Haines A Storto S Masina A Koehl Y Yin L Shi O Alves G C Smith Y S Chang G Vernieres X Wang G Forget P Heimbach O Wang I Fukumori T Lee H Zuo M Balmaseda 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2130 POSTER Downward Heat Penetration below Seasonal Thermocline and its Impact on Sea Surface Temperature Variation Affected by Net Heat Flux during Summer Season S Hosoda M Nonaka T Tomita B Taguchi H Tomita N Iwasaka 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2131 POSTER Relationship between the Southeast Pacific Anticyclone and the upwelling favorable winds along the west coast of South America C Aguirre 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2132 POSTER Influence of ENSO Decadal Variations on the PDO and Indian Ocean SST in Observations and CMIP Models M Lengaigne N A Gangan Jr 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2133 POSTER WITHDRAWN Pacific decadal variability associated with trade wind forcing Evidence from tide gauge records M A Merrifield 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2134 POSTER Regional Sea Level Rise until the end of 23rd century over the North Western Pacific in CMIP5 models M Terada S Minobe 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2135 POSTER Nonlinear Mechanisms of LowFrequency Variability in Unstable Western Boundary Currents Under Variable Atmospheric Forcing A E Kiss L M Frankcombe 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2136 POSTER The Ocean or the Atmosphere Diagnosing Forced Versus Intrinsic Low-Frequency Variability in an Idealized North Atlantic Ocean-Atmosphere Model P Martin B K Arbic J Blundell 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2137 POSTER A Conceptual Model for Extratropical Atmosphere-Ocean Interaction B Zhao T Reichler Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PC24A Poster Hall Midlatitude Climate Dynamics and the Role of the Ocean III Posters (joint with PO TE) Moderators Shoshiro Minobe Hokkaido University Noel Keenlyside Geophysical Institute Bergen Justin Small National Center for Atmospheric Research 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2109 POSTER Feedbacks of Sea Surface Temperature to Wintertime Storm Tracks in the North Atlantic (Invited) B Gan L Wu 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2110 POSTER How European Climate Changes When You Include Ocean Tides in Regionally Coupled OceanAtmosphere Model Simulations N V Koldunov D Sein A Izquierdo J Daniela 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2111 POSTER The Surface Storm Tracks in Three CMIP5 Global Climate Models J F Booth Y O Kwon J Small R Msadek S Ko 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2112 POSTER Atmospheric Response to Mesoscale Ocean Eddies and Its Feedback onto the Ocean X Liu 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2113 POSTER Impact of oceanic front on the northern hemispheric coupled stratosphere troposphere-system (Invited) N E Omrani F Ogawa H Nakamura N S Keenlyside K B Matthes 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2114 POSTER Investigation of model SST biases in southeastern tropical Atlantic through high-resolution regional climate simulations R Montuoro C M Patricola J Kurian P Chang R Saravanan 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2115 POSTER Seasonal to Inter-annual Variability of the Advection along the Southwest African Coast T Junker V Mohrholz L Siegfried 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2116 POSTER Multi-decadal Variability of Largescale Circulation and its Contribution to Extreme Hydroclimate in the Mediterranean region M J Barcikowska S B Kapnick 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2117 POSTER Interdecadal Changes in Mediterranean Evaporation Variability and its Links to Regional Teleconnections I I Zveryaev A B A Hannachi 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2118 POSTER The absence of an Atlantic imprint on the multidecadal variability of wintertime European temperature J B Palter A Yamamoto 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2119 POSTER Impact of sea surface temperature anomalies on the Jet Variability and Atmospheric Blocking over the South America Sector R Rodrigues T Woollings 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2120 POSTER A Regional Climate Mode Discovered in the North Atlantic Dakar Ni o Ni a P Oettli Y Morioka T Yamagata 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2121 POSTER Intrinsic interannual oceanic variability and its impact on decadal predictability C Wolfe P Cessi Scientific Program 134 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2138 POSTER The Warmer The Ocean Surface The Shallower The Mixed Layer. How Much Of This Is True R Somavilla C Gonz lez-Pola J M Fernandez 4 00 P.M. PC24A-2139 POSTER Europe s mild winters due to offshore wind-farms shipping and fishery A Bernaerts 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2153 POSTER An Ocean Biology-induced Negative Feedback on ENSO in the Tropical Pacific Climate System R H Zhang 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2154 POSTER Evaluation of surface wind over the western North Pacific simulated by CMIP5 global and CORDEX regional climate models C J Jang H J Shin W Choi H Jung 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2155 POSTER Impacts of Stochastic Parametrizations of Ocean Mixing on Seasonal to Decadal Timescales S Juricke T Palmer L Zanna 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2156 POSTER Improved Climate Simulations through a Stochastic Representation of Ocean Eddies P D Williams N J Howe J M Gregory R S Smith M M Joshi 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2157 POSTER Improving model biases in an ESM with an isopycnic ocean component by accounting for wind work on oceanic near-inertial motions P D de Wet M Bentsen I Bethke 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2158 POSTER Projected Changes in the upper ocean in the North Pacific Ocean C J Jang H J Shin M Kim C H Kim J H Lee Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PC24B Poster Hall Representation of Physical Processes in Global Climate Models Posters (joint with A HE PO TP) Moderators Gokhan Danabasoglu National Center for Atmospheric Research Caroline Ummenhofer Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2140 POSTER Climatic impacts of parameterized internal-wave driven mixing (Invited) A Melet R Hallberg S Legg M Nikurashin K L Polzin A Adcroft 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2141 POSTER Improving the parameterizations of internal wave driven mixing from small scale turbulent observations to global climate model implementations (Invited) A F Waterhouse J A MacKinnon J K Ansong B D Mater A Melet O M Sun 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2142 POSTER The Gulf Stream Separation and Topographic Wave Arrest J A Schoonover W K Dewar N Wienders 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2143 POSTER Do Climate Models Simulate the Right Sea Ice Trends for the Wrong Reasons E J Rosenblum I Eisenman 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2144 POSTER Improving the Representation of Estuarine and Shelf Processes in Earth System Models Q Sun M M Whitney F Bryan Y H Tseng P MacCready 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2145 POSTER Transient Response of Geothermal Heating in the Southern Ocean in a Global Climate Model S Downes A Hogg S M Griffies B L Hunter Samuels 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2146 POSTER Horizontal Residual Mean Circulation Evaluation of Spatial Correlations in Coarse Resolution Ocean Models Y Li T J McDougall 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2147 POSTER WITHDRAWN Summer U.S. Surface Air Temperature Variability Controlling Factors and AMIP Simulation Biases A Merrifield S P Xie 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2148 POSTER Representing the propagation and far-field dissipation of internal tides in a global climate model B D Mater R Hallberg S Legg A Adcroft J Nycander 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2149 POSTER Extra-tropical origin of equatorial Pacific cold bias in climate models N Burls L Muir E M Vincent A V Fedorov 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2150 POSTER Contributions of the atmosphereland and ocean-sea ice model components to the tropical Atlantic SST bias in CESM1 Z Song S K Lee C Wang B P Kirtman F Qiao 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2151 POSTER Numerical study of sea level and kuroshio volume transport change contributed by steric effect due to global warming C Lim D H Kim S B Woo 4 00 P.M. PC24B-2152 POSTER Projections of daily extremes rainfall over Central Africa using CMIP5 models C Rom o T C Fotso Nguemo Z Yepdo Djomou M David Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PO24A Poster Hall Comparing Physical Processes in Shallow Seas Large Lakes and Semi-Enclosed Basins Posters (joint with EC) Moderators Eric Anderson NOAA Ann Arbor Jia Wang NOAA GLERL 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2913 POSTER Modeling five Great Lakes icecirculation system using an unstructured-grid coupled model J Wang 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2914 POSTER Coupling a Regional Climate Model with a 3-D Hydrodynamic Model over the Great Lakes P Xue J S Pal J D Lenters 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2915 POSTER A Modeling Study of Deep Water Renewal in the Red Sea F Yao I Hoteit 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2916 POSTER Mixing and Deep Water Renewal in a Numerical Model of the Strait of Georgia N K Soontiens S E Allen 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2918 POSTER Simulating hydrodynamics and ice cover in Lake Erie using an unstructured grid model A Manome J Wang 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2919 POSTER A numerical study on the evolution of the wind-driven circulation in the Yellow Sea in winter Y J Tak Y K Cho 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2920 POSTER Circulation and Thermal Structure in Michigan s Inland Lakes A Comparative Analysis Across Lakes A Safaie T D Nguyen E Litchman M S Phanikumar 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2921 POSTER Horizontal circulation due to internal Kelvin waves breaking over a slope K Nakayama K Shimizu K Komai T Okada 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2922 POSTER Dynamics of Cross-Shore Thermal Exchange Over Nonuniform Bathymetry A Safaie K A Davis G R Pawlak 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 135 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2917 POSTER Influence of Sea Level Rise on the Dynamics of Salt Inflows in the Baltic Sea R Hordoir L Axell U L ptien H Dietze I Kuznetsov 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2923 POSTER Frequent Water Levels Fluctuations Drive Exchange Between a System of Coastal Embayments and a Large Lake B Hlevca M G Wells 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2924 POSTER POSSIBLE El NI O AND NAO INFLUENCES ON GULF OF MEXICO METEOTSUNAMIS M Olabarrieta A Valle-Levinson 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2925 POSTER Meteotsunamis in the Great Lakes and Investigation into the May 27 2012 Event on Lake Erie E J Anderson A Bechle C H Wu D J Schwab G Mann 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2926 POSTER Lake Superior Ventilation and Dissolved Oxygen Cycle K Matsumoto K Tokos C Gregory 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2927 POSTER Simulation of advection and vertical distribution of buoyant cyanobacterial colonies in Lake Erie with a Lagrangian particle model for short-term forecasts of harmful algal blooms M D Rowe E J Anderson T Wynne R P Stumpf D L Fanslow H A Vanderploeg 4 00 P.M. PO24A-2928 POSTER A large-eddy simulation study on the tidal bottom boundary layer and the behavior of suspended particulate matter on the Okinawa Trough Japan N Furuichi H Higashi H Koshikawa Y Furushima 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2938 POSTER The role of the complete Coriolis force in weakly stratified oceanic flows M Tort K B Winters B Ribstein V Zeitlin 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2939 POSTER Geometric Stability Analysis of Antarctic Circumpolar Current Meanders M K Youngs A Lazar A F Thompson 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2940 POSTER Modeling the Wake of the Marquesas Archipelago a First Step to Assess this Island Mass Effect H Raapoto E C Martinez A M Doglioli A A Petrenko 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2941 POSTER A Baroclinic Eddy Mixer Supercritical Transformation of Compensated Eddies G Sutyrin 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2942 POSTER Submesoscale Fronts Are Torqued and Energized by Surface Gravity Waves Turbulence Larger Scales and Time Evolution B Fox-Kemper N Suzuki P Hamlington L P Van Roekel 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2943 POSTER Mean-Eddy-Turbulence Interaction through Canonical Transfer Analysis Theory and Application to the Kuroshio Extension Energetics Study X S Liang 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2944 POSTER Quantifying mean-flow suppression of eddy-induced mixing in an idealized Southern Ocean simulation P J Wolfram Jr T D Ringler 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2945 POSTER The impact of the submesoscale features in the transitional region of the California Current System off Baja California H S Torres D Menemenlis J Vazquez 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2946 POSTER Formation and maintenance of zonally-elongated transients in the ocean M Rudko I V Kamenkovich 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2947 POSTER Eddy Driven Chlorophyll Bloom in Northeastern Red Sea during early Spring 2015 S Yellepeddi K M Asfahani S P Tiwari B H Jones 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2948 POSTER Observations of an unstable submesoscale front C Buckingham Z Khaleel A Lazar A P Martin J Allen 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2949 POSTER An Update to the Barrier or Blender Model of the Gulf Stream Based on Lagrangian Analysis of Aviso Altimetry C Wilson Y Liu M A Green C W Hughes 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2950 POSTER Effect of oceanic mesoscale eddy merger on primary production H Ishiyama H Ueno M Inatsu 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2951 POSTER Exploring eddy-mean flow interactions in an idealized Southern Ocean configuration using three-dimensional thickness-weighted average residual mean theory J A Saenz T D Ringler 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2952 POSTER An Idealized Study of the Seasonality of Frontal Instabilities with Implications for the Polar Front over the Iceland Faroe Ridge M Jimenez-Urias L Thompson 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2953 POSTER Observed Eddy Dissipation In The Agulhas Current L Braby B Backeberg I J Ansorge M J Roberts M Krug C J C Reason 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2954 POSTER Eddy Effects on Biological Productivity in the Eastern South Pacific a 3D PhysicalBiogeochemical Modeling and Eddy Tracking Approach P A Auger A Belmadani J Bento E Di Lorenzo S Hormazabal Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PO24B Poster Hall Mesoscale and Submesoscale Processes Characterization Dynamics and Representation VI Posters Moderators Shane Keating University of New South Wales Stephanie Waterman University of British Columbia 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2929 POSTER Observational and numerical evidence for ocean frontogenesis inducing submesoscale processes and impacting biochemistry M Claret S Ruiz A Pascual A Olita A Mahadevan A Tovar C Troupin J Tintore A Capet 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2930 POSTER Arrest of Frontogenesis by Submesoscales and Turbulence A S Bodner B Fox-Kemper L P Van Roekel J C McWilliams P P Sullivan 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2931 POSTER Spatial Correlations A Measure of the Relationship Between SST Fronts and Bottom Topography Y Mauzole P Cornillon Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2932 POSTER A Stratifying Submesoscale Mixed Layer Front Observations Dynamics and Implications L Johnson C Lee E A D Asaro 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2933 POSTER Eddy Compensation in Wind-Driven Subtropical Gyres and Implications for Biological Productivity E Doddridge D P Marshall 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2934 POSTER Baroclinic Mixed Layer Instabilities in the Presence of Convection J Callies R M Ferrari 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2935 POSTER Spiral inertial waves emitted from geophysical vortices P Wang T zg kmen 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2936 POSTER An updated effective diffusivity for the Southern Ocean evidence of mixing supression by the mean flow and implications for the MOC E Boland E Shuckburgh 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2937 POSTER Surface mixed-layer modulation by mesoscale eddies in the Southern Ocean U Hausmann H Song J Marshall 136 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 137 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2955 POSTER Interaction of anticyclonic eddies with the topography in the western Gulf of Mexico M C Tenreiro J Candela 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2956 POSTER Anisotropic Shear Dispersion Parameterization for Mesoscale Eddy Transport S J Reckinger B Fox-Kemper 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2957 POSTER Diagnosing ocean eddy diffusivities from eddy flux divergences J Mak J R Maddison D P Marshall 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2958 POSTER The Evolution of a California Undercurrent Submesoscale Eddy (Cuddy) J Steinberg C C Eriksen N Pelland 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2959 POSTER Effect of mesoscale eddies on the Taiwan Strait Current Y L Chang Y Miyazawa X Guo 4 00 P.M. PO24B-2960 POSTER Spatiotemporal Variability of NearInertial Oscillations in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico M Gough A Reniers J MacMahan S D Howden 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2984 POSTER Linking interannual variability in shelf bottom water properties to the California Undercurrent and local processes in the Pacific Northwest H B Stone N S Banas B M Hickey P MacCready 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2985 POSTER WITHDRAWN Terdecadal Observations of Western Boundary Currents in the Coral Sea C R Steinberg D M Burrage 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2986 POSTER Trichodesmium slicks associated with environmental conditions of continental shelf-break at the southwestern of the Atlantic Ocean A M S Detoni J S Yunes Sr M Ciotti P H R Calil V M Tavano 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2987 POSTER On Origins of the Cold Water Inflows to the Mid-Atlantic Bight Cold Pool in Late Spring W S Brown 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2988 POSTER Interannual Variability of the Patagonian Shelf Circulation and Cross-Shelf Exchange V Combes R P Matano 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2989 POSTER Ocean Observing Public-Private Collaboration to Improve Tropical Storm and Hurricane Predictions in the Gulf of Mexico R Perry P Leung W McCall K M Martin S D Howden R A Vandermeulen H S S Kim B A Kirkpatrick S Watson W Smith 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2990 POSTER Export of shelf waters from the western South Atlantic shelf A R Piola D Valla M Charo H Fenco R Guerrero O Moller 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2991 POSTER pCO2 Observations from a Vertical Profiler on the upper continental slope off Vancouver Island Physical controls on biogeochemical processes S F Mihaly 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2992 POSTER Transport processes and exchange of materials and properties between shallow and deep waters in the Gulf of Mexico L Guerrero I Marino-Tapia J Sheinbaum Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PO24D Poster Hall New Insights into Shelf and Slope Processes from Interdisciplinary Studies and the Use of Autonomous Platforms III Posters (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Shaun Johnston University of California San Diego Jose Muelbert UFRGS Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2975 POSTER Ocean Bottom Pressure Variation Associated with the Large Meander of the Kuroshio South of Japan in 2004-2005 A Nagano T Hasegawa H Matsumoto K Ariyoshi 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2976 POSTER Eddydriven sediment transport in the Argentine Basin Is the height of the Zapiola Rise hydrodynamically controlled W Weijer M E Maltrud W B Homoky K L Polzin L R Maas 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2977 POSTER Relationship between Ocean Bottom Pressure Variations and Baroclinic Eddy off Kushiro-Tokachi T Hasegawa A Nagano H Matsumoto K Ariyoshi 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2978 POSTER Exchange between the Slope Current and the West Shetland Shelf B Berx Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PO24E Poster Hall The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller III Posters (joint with A EC OD TP) Moderators Harper Simmons University of Alaska Fairbanks Emily Shroyer Oregon State Univ 4 00 P.M. PO24E-2993 POSTER A Discussion on Diapycnal Mixing Efficiency in Stably Stratified Geophysical Flows A Garanaik S K Venayagamoorthy L St Laurent D D Stretch 4 00 P.M. PO24E-2994 POSTER WITHDRAWN Internal Solitary Waves off the Amazon River Mouth coherence crestlengths and generation mechanism C Lentini J M Magalhaes J C B da Silva J A Lorenzzetti 4 00 P.M. PO24E-2995 POSTER A spectral multidomain penalty method model for the simulation of internal solitary wave shoaling and breaking over gentle slopes P Diamessis S M Joshi G Thomsen G Rivera 4 00 P.M. PO24E-2996 POSTER A NATURAL LABORATORY TO STUDY SHEAR-GENERATED TURBULENCE THE WESTERN EQUATORIAL PACIFIC K J Richards 4 00 P.M. PO24E-2997 POSTER Estimation of vertical mixing with Thorpe scale on the continental slope of the southwestern East Sea S Seo Y G Park J H Park H D Jeong Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2979 POSTER Recent Advances in Bathymetric Surveying of Continental Shelf Regions Using Autonomous Vehicles K T Holland J Calantoni D Slocum 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2980 POSTER The Control of West Florida Continental Shelf Material Property Distributions by a Combination of Deep-Ocean and Local Forcing R H Weisberg 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2981 POSTER WITHDRAWN Spreading of Polar Water Masses into the Nordic Seas Analyses of hydrographic measurements from Seagliders and Argo floats K Latarius 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2982 POSTER Cross-shelf transport of tracers induced by a submarine canyon K Ramos-Musalem S E Allen S Waterman 4 00 P.M. PO24D-2983 POSTER Resuspension and Shelf-Deep Ocean Exchange in the Northern California Current New Insights From Underwater Gliders A Erofeev J A Barth R K Shearman S D Pierce 138 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PO24E-2998 POSTER Local vs. Bulk Measures of the Mixing Efficiency in Breaking Internal Waves on Slopes R S Arthur J R Koseff O B Fringer 4 00 P.M. PO24E-2999 POSTER Accuracy of Thorpe scale dissipation estimates during mixing driven by internal tide breaking V K Chalamalla M Jalali S Sarkar 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3000 POSTER Estimates of the Attenuation Rates of Baroclinic Tidal Energy Caused by Resonant Interactions Among Internal Waves based on the Weak Turbulence Theory Y Onuki T Hibiya 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3001 POSTER Energetics of Wind-Induced Internal Wave Radiation from the Base of the Mixed Layer in the North Atlantic G S Voelker C Mertens D J Olbers M Walter 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3002 POSTER Soliton Arrival Patterns Over the Chinese Upper Continental Slope During June 2014 Reaffirmations and Exploded Myths S Ramp Y J Yang D B Reeder C S Chiu F Bahr 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3003 POSTER Measurements of the Rate of Dissipation of Turbulent Kinetic Energy in a High Reynolds Number Tidal Channel J McMillan A E Hay R G Lueck F Wolk 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3004 POSTER WITHDRAWN Quantification of Internal Wave Energy R Uittenbogaard 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3005 POSTER Wave-Induced Pressure Under an Internal Solitary Wave and Its Impact at the Bed G Rivera P Diamessis J Jenkins 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3006 POSTER Turbulence in the Pycnocline Temporal and Spatial Scales H Pelling 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3007 POSTER Theoretical analysis of vertical mode internal waves affected by a vortex K Ito T Nakamura 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3008 POSTER The Impact of Oscillatory Currents and Stratification on Turbulent Dissipation in the Marginally Stratified Celtic Sea U.K M Zanacchi P J Hosegood R Torres 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3009 POSTER Turbulent properties of a deep-sea hydrothermal plume in a time-variable cross flow using anisotropic mixing parameterizations in LES I G Adams D Di Iorio J W Lavelle 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3010 POSTER Nonlinear interaction of internal solitary-like waves in three-dimensional simulations K Shimizu K Nakayama 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3011 POSTER Nonlinear interaction of internal and acoustic-gravity waves in continuously-stratified ocean U Kadri M Tian K R Helfrich 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3012 POSTER Instability and Mixing of Stratified Shear Layers Forced by Internal Wave Strain A Kaminski J R Taylor 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3013 POSTER The Life-Cycle of High Frequency Internal Waves in a Continental Shelf Sea Generation Propagation and Dissipation A Domina M Palmer J Sharples V Vlasenko M Green 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3014 POSTER Why is no Near-Inertial Peak Observed in the Luzon Strait a Major Internal Tide Generation Region A Le Boyer M H Alford A Pickering 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3015 POSTER Horizontal Structure of Turbulence on Decimeter to 10m Scales in Fast Tidal Flows R Horwitz A E Hay 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3016 POSTER Distribution of TKE dissipation and turbulent mixing across at the central Namibian shelf V Mohrholz T Heene A van der Plas 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3017 POSTER Multiscale modeling of internal waves and turbulence at rough realistic topography with SOMARLES E Santilli V K Chalamalla A D Scotti S Sarkar 4 00 P.M. PO24E-3018 POSTER Near-surface energy transfers from internal tide beams to smaller vertical scale motions S Chou C Staquet G S Carter D S Luther Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PO24C Poster Hall Mode and Intermediate Waters Their Contributions to Physical Biological Chemical and Climate Processes Posters (joint with B CT PC PP) Moderators Patrick Rafter University of California Irvine James Holte WHOI 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2961 POSTER How Does Southern Ocean Mode Water Ventilate the Subtropics D Jones A Meijers E Shuckburgh J B Sallee P Haynes E Karczewska M R Mazloff 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2962 POSTER The nonlinear equation of state of sea water and the global water mass distribution J Nycander M Hieronymus F Roquet 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2963 POSTER Mode and Intermediate Water Formation Processes Captured by the ARGO Array K D Stewart T W N Haine 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2964 POSTER Cross-Mean Flow Spreading of North Pacific Central Mode Water Property Transport by Mesoscale Eddies T Suga K Nakashima Y Murai 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2965 POSTER Mechanisms Leading the Decadal Variability of the Oxygen Concentration in the Tropical Pacific Ocean O Duteil 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2966 POSTER Understanding the Steric Height Long Term Variability at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-Series Study (BATS) Site with a Neutral Density Approach A Goncalves Neto R J Johnson N R Bates 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2968 POSTER The Influence of Subtropical Mode Water in Nutrients in the South Atlantic P Birocchi O T Sato P S Bernardo 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2969 POSTER Subsurface structure of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation and its relation to the mode waters S Osafune S Masuda N Sugiura T Doi 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2970 POSTER The Use of PIES Data to Observe South Atlantic Subtropical Mode Water M V Cortezi O T Sato C S Meinen 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2971 POSTER Multi-Decadal Decline in the Formation of Antarctic Intermediate Water A High-Resolution Model Hindcast E Nowatzki L Patara C W Boning J Karstensen 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2972 POSTER The Volumetric Variability of Subtropical Mode Water in the South Atlantic P S Bernardo O T Sato 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 139 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2967 POSTER Seasonal Cycle and Annual Destruction of Eighteen Degree Water S Billheimer L D Talley 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2973 POSTER Decadal Variability of North Pacific Subtropical Mode Water using a Long-term High-resolution Ocean Reanalysis Product S Nishikawa Y Ishikawa T Wakamatsu Y Tanaka H Igarashi T Toyoda N Usui 4 00 P.M. PO24C-2974 POSTER DNA Barcoding of Ichthyoplankton in Hampton Roads Bay Estuary N Wilkins E Rodr guez 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0554 POSTER Phytoplankton and microzooplankton growth and grazing dynamics in Kaneohe Bay Hawaii a subtropical estuarine coastal embayment K E Selph M Jungbluth E Goetze S Chang M Uchida G Kolker Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PP24B Poster Hall Protistan Mixotrophs Jacks of All Trades or Masters of None Posters (joint with ME MM) Moderators Holly Moeller Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Matthew Johnson Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0555 POSTER The marine mixotroph Mesodinium rubrum is far more than a greenhouse ciliate W Yih G Myung H S Kim Y D Yoo J R Rho 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0556 POSTER Mixotrophy in Heterocapsa rotundata A Mechanism for Dominating the Winter Phytoplankton Community N Millette J J Pierson A Aceves D Stoecker 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0557 POSTER Acquired phototrophy stabilizes coexistence and shapes intrinsic dynamics in planktonic communities H Moeller E Peltomaa M D Johnson M Neubert 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0558 POSTER Kleptoplast Regulation by an Antarctic Dinoflagellate R J Gast E Hehenberger P Keeling 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0559 POSTER Bacterivory by a Summer Assemblage of Nanoplankton in the Ross Sea Antarctica Mixotrophic Versus Heterotrophic Protists R W Sanders R J Gast 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0560 POSTER Mixotrophic dinoflagellate Karlodinium veneficum under variable nitrogen phosphorus stoichiometry feeding responses and effects on larvae of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) C Lin S Accoroni P M Glibert 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0561 POSTER Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Mixotrophic Protists Within a Protected Glacial Lake S B DeVaul R W Sanders 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0562 POSTER Method of Measuring Dinoflagellate Grazing on Flagellate and Bacteria Communities L M Price M R Mulholland 4 00 P.M. PP24B-0563 POSTER Molecular characterization of acquired phototrophs and their plastids in marine communities M D Johnson D J Beaudoin H Moeller Tuesday 4 00 P.M. PP24A Poster Hall All Microorganisms Must Die Mechanisms of Mortality in the Planktonic Environment Posters (joint with ME MM) Moderators Elizabeth Harvey Skidaway Institute of Oceanography at the University of Georgia Matthew Johnson Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0542 POSTER Mingled Mortality the Interplay Between Protist Grazing and Viral Lysis on Emiliania huxleyi Cell Fate E Harvey K D Bidle M D Johnson 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0543 POSTER Bacterial Infochemicals are Drivers of Algal Lysis K Whalen R Deering D C Rowley A El Gamal M Schorn B S Moore M D Johnson T J Mincer E Harvey 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0544 POSTER Physiological Responses of Oxyrrhis marina to the Altered Fatty Acid Composition of Virally Infected Emiliania huxleyi A Goode D Fields J Martinez-Martinez 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0545 POSTER Where Do All the Phytoplankton Go Challenges in Keeping Track of Viable Cells in Phytoplankton Communities Using Flow Cytometry and Cell Staining L J Simmons D J Fobbe J A Berges 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0546 POSTER Microbial Mortality Rates in Support of Model Development in Three Distinct Ocean Regimes P E Connell A G Gellene V Campbell S K Hu K R Arrigo D A Caron 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0547 POSTER Contribution of Cell Mortality to the Decline of a Toxic Dinoflagellate Bloom D Erdner C J Choi D Anderson 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0548 POSTER Growth and Mortality of Coccolithophores during spring in the Celtic Sea K Mayers A J Poulton S L C Giering C J Daniels S R Wells G Tarran Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0549 POSTER Shared Roles of Halobacteriovorax and Viruses in Bacterial Mortality The Environment Dictates the Winner H Chen E A Laws P A Gulig T K Berhane J L Martin H Williams 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0550 POSTER All Microorganisms Must Die But How Many Get Lysed By Viruses - Approaches to Assessing the Significance of Nano-Sized Agents of Mortality Among Communities of Phytoplankton D J Fobbe L J Simmons J A Berges 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0551 POSTER WITHDRAWN Optimal Mutagen Doses for Emiliania huxleyi P Byrne 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0552 POSTER The Role of Cell Morphotype in Protist Grazing on the Model Diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum D Beaudoin M D Johnson L Tirichine A Rastogi C Bowler 4 00 P.M. PP24A-0553 POSTER Response of the Predatory Bacterium Halobacteriovorax and Virus to an Influx of a Prey Bacterium in a Natural Water Microcosm and a Three Membered Artificial Sea Water Microcosm H Williams Wednesday A.M. Wednesday 8 00 A.M. A31A Room 210 Properties of the Ocean Surface that Directly Influence Air-Sea Exchange and Upper Ocean Dynamics I (joint with IS OD PO TP) Moderators Brian Ward National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) Graig Sutherland University of Oslo Oyvind Breivik Norwegian Meteorological Institute 8 00 A.M. A31A-01 Evaluation of Scaling Approaches for the Oceanic Dissipation Rate of Turbulent Kinetic Energy in the Surface Ocean L T Esters B Ward G Sutherland A Ten Doeschate S Landwehr T G Bell K H Christensen 8 15 A.M. A31A-02 Acoustic Backscatter Measurements from Breaking-wave Turbulence under High Winds D W Wang H W Wijesekera E Jarosz W J Teague W S Pegau 140 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 8 30 A.M. A31A-03 Wind- and wave induced drift in the uppermost part of the ocean J R hrs K H Christensen 8 45 A.M. A31A-04 The Effects of Ice and Currents on Wave-driven Turbulence at the Ocean Surface S Zippel J Thomson 9 00 A.M. A31A-05 Langmuir Mixing Affects Global Climate Q Li A Webb B Fox-Kemper T E Arbetter A Craig G Danabasoglu W Large M Vertenstein 9 15 A.M. A31A-06 Enhanced turbulence associated with the diurnal jet in the ocean surface boundary layer G Sutherland L Mari G P Reverdin K H Christensen G Brostr m B Ward 9 30 A.M. A31A-07 New Observations of the Slippery Near-Surface Layer in the Equatorial Indian Ocean A J Moulin J N Moum E Shroyer 9 45 A.M. A31A-08 Current generation by deep-water breaking waves N Pizzo L Deike W K Melville Wednesday 8 00 A.M. B31B Room 225-227 The Current and Future Nitrogen Cycle From Microbes to the Global Ocean I (joint with IS MM PC PP) Moderators Wolfgang Koeve GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Lauren Zamora NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Angela Landolfi GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 8 00 A.M. B31B-01 Missing Pieces to the Puzzle of Nitrogen Cycling in Ocean Oxygen Deficient Zones (ODZs) M A Altabet A Bourbonnais B X Chang 8 15 A.M. B31B-02 A Theoretical Basis for the Transition to Denitrification at Nanomolar Oxygen Concentrations E Zakem M J Follows 8 30 A.M. B31B-03 A Novel Anoxic Pathway for Urea and Cyanate in Marine Oxygen Deficient Zones Revealed by Combined Microbiological and Biogeochemical Tools B Widner C A Fuchsman A R Babbin Q Ji M R Mulholland 8 45 A.M. B31B-04 Prevalence of Metalloenzymes in Oxygen Minimum Zones Extremities Implicit Widespread Mesopelagic Nitrogen Cycling Activity and Potential Impacts of Deoxygenation on Nitrogen and Iron Biogeochemical Cycles M A Saito 9 00 A.M. B31B-05 Bay of Bengal An Oxygen Minimum Zone at the Tipping Point L A Bristow C M Callbeck M Larsen M A Altabet J Dekaezemacker M Forth R N Glud M M M Kuypers G Lavik M Gauns J Milucka S W A Naqvi A Pratihary B Thamdrup A Treusch D E Canfield 9 15 A.M. B31B-06 An alternative pathway for marine nitrous oxide production at oxic-anoxic interfaces from coupled biotic-abiotic reactions J B Glass C L Stanton H Ochoa J A Haslun H Gandhi M Taillefert T J Dichristina F J Stewart M G Klotz N E Ostrom 9 30 A.M. B31B-07 Niche separation of nitrifier and phytoplankton by light in the sunlit ocean X Wan H X Sheng M He Y Zhu M Dai S J Kao 9 45 A.M. B31B-08 Modeling the nitrogen cycle one gene at a time V Coles M R Stukel R R Hood M A Moran J H Paul B Satinsky B Zielinski P L Yager Wednesday 8 00 A.M. B31A Room RO3 From Plankton Food Webs to Global Biogeochemical Cycles Using Mechanistic Understanding to Scale Up Microbial and Planktonic Processes I (joint with ME PP) Moderators Michael Stukel Florida State University Moira Decima Scripps Institution of Oceanography Carol Robinson The University of East Anglia Pablo Serret University of Vigo 8 00 A.M. B31A-01 Influence of top-down control in the plankton food web on vertical carbon flux a mesocosm study in the Chesapeake Bay J Stone D K Steinberg 8 15 A.M. B31A-02 From Grazer Control to Carbon Export Contrasting the Role of Synechococcus and Prochlorococcus in the Sargasso Sea F De Martini S Neuer 8 30 A.M. B31A-03 Midwater Zooplankton Response to Seasonality in Export Flux in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre C C Hannides B N Popp J Drazen H G Close C R benitez-Nelson K C Grabb B Umhau C A Ka apu-Lyons K Gloeckler 8 45 A.M. B31A-04 Zooplankton Grazing Effects on Particle Size Spectra under Different Seasonal Conditions K Stamieszkin N Poulton A J Pershing 9 00 A.M. B31A-05 Zooplankton regulation of surface ocean POC PON ratios D Talmy A Martiny C N Hill A E Hickman M Follows 9 15 A.M. B31A-06 Scaling from Surface Satellite Measurements of PIC to Integrated Euphotic Estimates over the Global Ocean Do Vertical Profiles of Coccolithophores Look Like Vertical Profiles of Chlorophyll W M Balch D Drapeau B Bowler E Lyczkowski L Lubelczyk 9 30 A.M. B31A-07 Plankton Respiration from the Cellular to the Basin Scale C Robinson E E Garcia-Martin T Hull V A Kitidis C Ostle P Serret G Tilstone 9 45 A.M. B31A-08 Contributions of Dissolved DMSP to Bacterial Carbon and Sulfur Assimilation Fluxes Uncertainties and New Dimensions R P Kiene J Motard-Cot Wednesday 8 00 A.M. CT31A Room 228-230 Trace Metal Speciation in Seawater Measurements Modeling and Impact on Marine Biogeochemistry I (joint with B EC) Moderators David Turner University of Gothenburg Rachel Shelley University of Western Brittany Peter Morton Florida State University Sylvia Sander University of Otago 8 00 A.M. CT31A-01 Iron-binding Ligands in the Eastern Tropical South Pacific Results from U.S. GEOTRACES Cruise GP16 K N Buck J N Fitzsimmons R M Sherrell B M Sohst P Sedwick S John 8 15 A.M. CT31A-02 Organic Complexation of Dissolved Copper and Iron from Shipboard Incubations in the Central California Current System Investigating the Impacts of Light Conditions and Phytoplankton Growth on Iron- and Copper-Binding Ligand Characteristics T Mellett C Parker M Brown T Coale C Duckham D Chappell M T Maldonado K W Bruland K N Buck 8 30 A.M. CT31A-03 Distinct Iron-binding Ligands in the Upper Water Column at Station ALOHA R Bundy R Boiteau D Repeta 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 141 Scientific Program 8 45 A.M. CT31A-04 Identifying Marine Copper-Binding Ligands in Seawater H Whitby J T Hollibaugh M T Maldonado S Ouchi S M van den Berg 9 00 A.M. CT31A-05 Iron binding ligands in the ocean are similar to humic substances S M van den Berg M Abualhaija M J A Rijkenberg 9 15 A.M. CT31A-06 Evaluation of IMAC and Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry for Recovery and Analysis of Copper-Binding Ligands in Seawater R L Nixon A Ross 9 30 A.M. CT31A-07 THE MODIFICATION OF DISSOLVED ZINC DISTRIBUTIONS ALONG THE U.S. GEOTRACES WESTERN ARCTIC SECTION N J Wyatt W M Landing J N Fitzsimmons R M Sherrell S John 9 45 A.M. CT31A-08 Distribution of dissolved zinc in the western and central subarctic North Pacific T Kim H Obata T Gamo 8 00 A.M. EC31B-01 Future Earth Coasts The Mississippi and Yangtze Rivers as Examples C D Elia K Xu Z Chen J Day M Le Tissier 8 15 A.M. EC31B-02 The fate of Phosphorus in the Yangtze (Changjiang) Estuary China under multi-stressors hindsight and forecast Z Chen H Xu A Newton E Wolanski 8 30 A.M. EC31B-03 The Role of Reactive Iron in Organic Carbon Burial of the Wax Lake Delta Louisiana M R Shields T S Bianchi Y Gelinas M A Allison R Twilley 8 45 A.M. EC31B-04 Rapid Progradation and Land Creation by a Major River Subdelta T E Tornqvist E L Chamberlain Z Shen B Mauz 9 00 A.M. EC31B-05 The sediment-starved Yellow River Delta as remotely controlled by human activities in the river basin H Wang Y Saito N Bi J A Syvitski Z Yang 9 15 A.M. EC31B-06 Spatial and temporal variation in erosion and accumulation of the subaqueous Yellow River delta (1976-2004) N Bi G Xing H Wang Z Yang 9 30 A.M. EC31B-07 Assessment of Mud-Capped Dredge Pit Evolution Offshore Louisiana Implications to Sand Excavation and Coastal Restoration K Xu M D Miner S J Bentley C Li J Obelcz M C O Connor 9 45 A.M. EC31B-08 Evolution of mud-capped dredge pits following excavation sediment trapping and slope instability J Obelcz K Xu S J Bentley C Li M D Miner M C O Connor Wednesday 8 00 A.M. EC31A Room 220-221 Coasts in Crisis Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Drivers for Adaptation I (joint with HI MG PC PO) Moderators Charles Lemckert Griffith University S Jeffress Williams U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Science Center 8 00 A.M. EC31A-01 Recent Pacific Ocean basin coastal response to inter-annual climate variability with implications for future climate change impacts P Barnard A D Short M D Harley K Splinter S Vitousek I L Turner J C Allan M Banno K R Bryan A Doria C H Fletcher II J Hansen G M Kaminsky S Kato Y Kuriyama E Randall-Goodwin P Ruggiero I J Walker D K Heathfield 8 15 A.M. EC31A-02 Adaptation or Resistance a classification of responses to sea-level rise J A Cooper 8 30 A.M. EC31A-03 Projected Sea Level Rise and Changes in Extreme Storm Surge and Wave Events During the 21st Century in the Region of Singapore M D Palmer H Cannaby T Howard L Bricheno 8 45 A.M. EC31A-04 Modeling Street-Level Inundation in Galveston Texas City and Houston during 2008 Hurricane Ike Now and Implications for the Future D Loftis 9 00 A.M. EC31A-05 Understanding and Applying Landscape Simulation Models to Predict Sea-Level Rise and Ecosystem Impacts under Climate Change T W Doyle B Chivoiu 9 15 A.M. EC31A-06 The Effect of Sea Level Rise on Tidal Dynamics in Chesapeake and Delaware Bays S B Lee M Li F Zhang 9 30 A.M. EC31A-07 Coastal Bays and Sea Level Rise a long term analysis of Chincoteague Bay Barrier Island System. A Kumar N Murry 9 45 A.M. EC31A-08 Evaluating Future Flooding Risks by Including Wave Height Distributions in Short- and Long-Term Sea Level Variations U Leijala J V Bjorkqvist K K Kahma H Pellikka M M Johansson J S rkk Wednesday 8 00 A.M. ED31A Room RO5 Novel and Creative Outreach Methods and Models I (joint with EC IS ME O) Moderators Hayley Schiebel University of Massachusetts Boston Sarah Rosengard Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 8 00 A.M. ED31A-01 Utag for iTAG Putting the U and me in the Integrated Tracking of Aquatic Animals in the Gulf of Mexico C Simoniello R D Currier B A Kirkpatrick S Kobara 8 15 A.M. ED31A-02 Connecting Oceanography and Music J L Beauregard 8 30 A.M. ED31A-03 Massive Open Online Grants (MOOG s) Connecting hundreds of thousands with ocean science by allowing the public to vote on research grants B McNeil 8 45 A.M. ED31A-04 Soundscape studies in Montreal s Biodome using enclosed ecosystems to explain biodiversity to the public K E Fisher Favret 9 00 A.M. ED31A-05 The Ocean 180 Video Challenge An Innovative Outreach Strategy for Connecting Scientists to Classrooms R A Tankersley 9 15 A.M. ED31A-06 Plastic Pollution Myths Facts and How You Can Help Presenting a popular but poorly understood topic to broad and diverse audiences J A Brandon 9 30 A.M. ED31A-07 Improving together collaborative learning in science communication ClimateSnack case study C Heuz M A Reeve Scientific Program Wednesday 8 00 A.M. EC31B Room 222 Geological and Biogeochemical Dynamics in Major Deltaic Coasts I (joint with B MG) Moderators Kehui Xu Louisiana State University Thomas Bianchi University of Florida Wei-Jun Cai University of Delaware 142 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 9 45 A.M. ED31A-08 ON THE OCEAN COMMUNICATING SCIENCE THROUGH RADIO BROADCASTS M Daugherty L Campbell Phytoplankton C M Brown B Bailleul J R Melanson D A Campbell A M Cockshutt P Cardol 8 45 A.M. IS31A-04 Molecular Quantification of the Florida Red Tide Dinoflagellate and the Development of Low Cost Volunteerattended Handheld Sensor Networks D Nieuwkerk R M Ulrich J H Paul K Hubbard B A Kirkpatrick T Fanara S Bruzek A Hoeglund 9 00 A.M. IS31A-05 Remote Sensing Techniques Applying Neural Networks for Effective Retrieval of Harmful Algal Blooms in the West Florida Shelf from VIIRS Satellite Observations without the need for a Fluorescence Channel and their comparisons with other Techniques. S Ahmed A El-habashi V J Lovko 9 15 A.M. IS31A-06 A Bayesian hierarchical model for estimating the phytoplankton physiology parameter PBopt in the equatorial Pacific M De Oca P N Halpin 9 30 A.M. IS31A-07 Direct measurements of the light dependence of gross photosynthesis and oxygen consumption in the ocean B Bailleul J Park C M Brown K D Bidle S Lee P G Falkowski 9 45 A.M. IS31A-08 CELLSCOPE AQUATIC A LAB QUALITY PORTABLE CELLPHONE-BASED MICROSCOPE FOR ON-SITE COLLECTION OF ALGAE IMAGES S J Steinberg M D Howard Wednesday 8 00 A.M. HE31A Room 217-219 Macroecological Approaches to the Arctic Ocean System Changes and Implications on Biogeochemical Cycles I (joint with B ME MM PC) Moderators Ilka Peeken Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum f r Polar- und Meeresforschung Patricia Matrai Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences Eddy Carmack Fisheries and Oceans Canada 8 00 A.M. HE31A-01 The Tara Oceans Polar Circle Expedition Macroecology of Planktonic Communities on Arctic Shelves L Karp-Boss C de Vargas L Stemmann J B Romagnan P L Grondin E Pelletier P Wincker S Audic S Colin C Bowler M Babin E Karsenti L Guidi 8 15 A.M. HE31A-02 ON CHAGES OF PRODUCTIVITY IN THE FUTURE ARCTIC OCEAN P F J Wassmann I Ellingsen 8 30 A.M. HE31A-03 An assessment of net primary productivity estimates using coupled physical-biogeochemical earth system models in the Arctic Ocean Y J Lee P Matrai M A Friedrichs V S Saba 8 45 A.M. HE31A-04 A New Perspective on Changing Arctic Marine Ecosystems Panarchy Adaptive Cycles in Pan-Arctic Spatial and Temporal Scales F K Wiese H P Huntington E Carmack P F J Wassmann E S Leu R Gradinger 9 00 A.M. HE31A-05 Accumlating paradigm shifts on Arctic marine ecossytems M Babin 9 15 A.M. HE31A-06 Multiyear record of rates of Arctic biological production offers a glimpse of the possible response of the biological pump to changing sea ice cover R H Stanley Z Sandwith B Ji O Diaconescu W J Williams 9 30 A.M. HE31A-07 Arctic Ice Algae Distribution as Function of Large Scale Sea Ice Variables H Flores G Castellani B A Lange C David C Katlein I Peeken M Nicolaus M J Losch J A van Franeker F Schaafsma J Ehrlich B Niehoff K Metfies 9 45 A.M. HE31A-08 Benthic Food Web Structure across the Canadian Arctic Ocean Insights from stable isotopes and the IP25 biomarker N Friscourt P Archambault G Masse C Nozais Wednesday 8 00 A.M. ME31A Room 215-216 Biological-Physical Interactions at Organismal Scales from Sediments to the Water Column I (joint with MG) Moderators Kelly Dorgan Dauphin Island Sea Lab James Eckman California Sea Grant Program Lee Karp-Boss University of Maine Lawrence Mayer Univ Maine 8 00 A.M. ME31A-01 Muddy marine sediments are gels K M Dorgan W C Clemo M A Barry B Johnson 8 15 A.M. ME31A-02 Environmental and Spatial Influences on Biogeography and Community Structure of Benthic Diatoms C Plante K Hill-Spanik J Lowry 8 30 A.M. ME31A-03 Long-term Spatial Distribution Patterns of Protozoa in Connected Microhabitats G L Taghon S J Tuorto 8 45 A.M. ME31A-04 Polychaete Engineers Transport Extinction Juvenile Mortality At Range-Edge Sites S A Woodin D S Wethey 9 00 A.M. ME31A-05 Hydrodynamic Mediation of Killifish Predation on Infaunal Polychaetes B T Hentschel N T Hayman T W Anderson 9 15 A.M. ME31A-06 Fluid Mechanics of Inhalant Siphon Flows A C True J P Crimaldi 9 30 A.M. ME31A-07 Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) Measurements of Suspension-Feeding Velocities K Du Clos I T Jones T J Carrier P A Jumars 9 45 A.M. ME31A-08 Elucidating Small-Scale Animal-Fluid Interactions in the Deep Sea K Katija A Sherman D Graves C D Kecy D Klimov B H Robison Wednesday 8 00 A.M. IS31A Room RO4 Technological Advancements in Phytoplankton Ecology Observation Techniques and Platforms Data Analysis and Interpretation and Model Development I (joint with B ME OD) Moderators Jordon Beckler Mote Marine Laboratory Michael Brosnahan Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Katherine Hubbard Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Vincent Lovko Mote Marine Laboratory 8 00 A.M. IS31A-01 Evaluating Different Natural Phytoplankton Communities a Comparison Between Flow Cytometry and Microscopy L Haraguchi H H Jakobsen J Carstensen 8 15 A.M. IS31A-02 Analysis of Phytoplankton Communities Using Hyperspectral Absorption Measurements J Wollschl ger R R ttgers 8 30 A.M. IS31A-03 Quantitative Targeted Proteomics and Electrochromic Shift for Measuring Photosystem Content of Marine Wednesday 8 00 A.M. ME31B Room RO2 Exploration and Research and Assessment of Complex DeepSea Ecosystems Recent Advances Holistic Approaches and Future Challenges I (joint with B HI MG) Moderators Jason Chaytor US Geological Survey Kelley Elliott 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 143 Scientific Program NOAA Elizabeth Lobecker NOAA Furu Mienis Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research 8 00 A.M. ME31B-01 Benthic Macrofaunal Communities at Newly Explored Caribbean Seamounts in the Greater Lesser Antilles Transition Zone and a Comparison to Nearby Habitats A W Demopoulos J R Bourque E E Cordes J D Chaytor A Quattrini 8 15 A.M. ME31B-02 DNA barcoding reveals high diversity of deepsea octocorals on Hawaiian seamounts A Baco-Taylor N Morgan B LaBelle D Figueroa A Ormos S Cairns A Driskell 8 30 A.M. ME31B-03 The Congo Canyon and its deep-sea fan a unique example of intensified remineralisation and burial of organic matter in the deep-sea C Rabouille L Pozzato C Berrached N Tisnerat-Laborde F Toussaint M Taillefert B Bombled C Cathalot J P Dumoulin K Olu 8 45 A.M. ME31B-04 DEEP-WATER CORAL DIVERSITY AND HABITAT ASSOCIATIONS DIFFERENCES AMONG NORTHEAST ATLANTIC SUBMARINE CANYONS T M Shank 9 00 A.M. ME31B-05 Mesophotic and Deep-sea Demersal Fish Assemblages on Rugged Hardbottoms of the Greater-Lesser Antilles Transition Zone A Quattrini J D Chaytor A W Demopoulos 9 15 A.M. ME31B-06 Marshalling US Agency Resources to Investigate Atlantic Submarine Canyons J M Potter M S Nizinski G Boland E Lobecker B Evans A W Demopoulos T Hourigan 9 30 A.M. ME31B-07 Landscape scale ecology at the Porcupine Abyssal Plain H Ruhl K J Morris B J Bett D Jones V A I Huvenne K Robert A J Gooday J M Durden C Laguionie-Marchais P V Stefanoudis N M Benoist G L Paterson G A Wolff R J Milligan D M Bailey 9 45 A.M. ME31B-08 High-Resolution Mapping of Kick em Jenny Submarine Volcano and Associated Landslides T L Ruchala S Carey L Hart M Chen C Scott M Tominaga F J Y Dondin M Fujii 9 00 A.M. MG31A-05 Seasonal Variation in Sediment and Oxygen Fluxes in Shelf Seas M E Williams L Amoudry A J Souza H Ruhl D Jones 9 15 A.M. MG31A-06 Temporal Variability of N2O and CH4 in Coastal Sediments Assessing the Impact of Organic Matter Inputs M Burgos T Ortega J M Forja 9 30 A.M. MG31A-07 WITHDRAWN Temperature as a Tracer for Calculating Advective Porewater Fluxes in Permeable Nearshore Sediments K Fogaren M A Merrifield F J Sansone A K Hannides B T Glazer G R Pawlak J P Fram 9 45 A.M. MG31A-08 Resuspension and Biogeochemistry in Coastal Environments Results from a Coupled Model for Seabed-Water Column Fluxes J Moriarty C K Harris C Rabouille M A Friedrichs Wednesday 8 00 A.M. OD31A Room RO1 Integrating Biological and Physicochemical Observations into the Ocean Observing Framework to Inform Understanding of Ecosystem Function and Ecosystem-Based Decision Making I (joint with HI IS ME PP) Moderators Rebecca Green Bureau of Ocean Energy Management New Orleans Hassan Moustahfid NOAA US IOOS 8 00 A.M. OD31A-01 Advancing Bio Sensor Integration with Ocean Observing Systems to Support Ecosystem Based Approaches H Moustahfid W Michaels 8 15 A.M. OD31A-02 OceanCubes An Affordable Cabled Observatory System for Integrated Long-Term High Frequency Biological Chemical and Physical Measurements for Understanding Coastal Ecosystems S M Gallager 8 30 A.M. OD31A-03 Expanding OBIS beyond species occurrence data with an extension for environmental data W Appeltans P Provoost D De Pooter K Deneudt P Goldstein G Moncoiffe S Rauch S Nikolopoulou A Van de Putte L Vandepitte N Wambiji N Bailly A Giorgetti M Lewis M Lipizer K Mackay A Roubicek C Torres T De Bruin F Hernandez 8 45 A.M. OD31A-04 High Resolution Time Series of Plankton Communities From Early Warning of Harmful Blooms to Sentinels of Climate Change H M Sosik L Campbell R J Olson 9 00 A.M. OD31A-05 Enhanced Data Throughput from AnimalBorne Tags via Land Based Argos-Style Receivers K Holland 9 15 A.M. OD31A-06 Real-time passive acoustic detection of marine mammals from a variety of autonomous platforms M Baumgartner S M Van Parijs C F Hotchkin J Gurnee K Stafford P Winsor K T A Davies C T Taggart 9 30 A.M. OD31A-07 The Ocean Tracking Network and its contribution to ocean biological observation F G Whoriskey 9 45 A.M. OD31A-08 The U.S. Animal Telemetry Network A Plan for Implementation M J Weise S E Simmons Wednesday 8 00 A.M. MG31A Room 231-232 Physical and Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface in Estuaries Coastal Oceans and Shelf Seas I (joint with B ME TP) Moderators Laurent Amoudry National Oceanography Center Sarah Reynolds University of Portsmouth Natascha Riedinger Oklahoma State University Main Campus Peter Traykovski Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 8 00 A.M. MG31A-01 Importance of Microbial Iron Reduction in River-Dominated Continental Margin Sediments M Taillefert J S Beckler E M Eitel S Owings J D Craig B Fields C Cathalot J Rassmann B Bombled R Corvaisier P Michalopoulos D B Nuzzio C Rabouille 8 15 A.M. MG31A-02 Organic Matter Sulfurization in the Water Column and Its Effect on Sedimentary Processes M R Raven A L Sessions J F Adkins R Thunell 8 30 A.M. MG31A-03 The Effects of Internal Waves Shoaling over a Mid-shelf Submarine Bank as Assessed by Eddy Covariance Measurements of Benthic Oxygen Exchange Rates C Reimers 8 45 A.M. MG31A-04 The Seasonal Contribution of Different Celtic Sea Shelf Sediments to Benthic Carbon Cycling N Hicks H Stahl G Ubbara L Marshall A Hatton Scientific Program Wednesday 8 00 A.M. PC31A Room 211-213 El Ni o Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diversity in a Changing Climate I (joint with A HI PO TE) Moderators Andrew Wittenberg Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Antonietta Capotondi NOAA Boulder Michael McPhaden NOAA Seattle 144 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 8 00 A.M. PC31A-01 The Boy is Back El Ni o returns in 2015-16 M J McPhaden 8 15 A.M. PC31A-02 Underwater glider observations of the ongoing El Ni o D L Rudnick B Owens S Johnston K Karnauskas 8 30 A.M. PC31A-03 The seasonal march in upper-ocean temperature salinity steric height and sea surface height in the equatorial Pacific F Gasparin D H Roemmich 8 45 A.M. PC31A-04 Observations of Surface Mixed Layer Variability in the Eastern South Pacific along the coast of Ecuador M Marin T C Lippmann 9 00 A.M. PC31A-05 The Role of Westerly and Easterly Wind Bursts in El Ni o Diversity Contrasting Warm Events of 2014 and 2015 A V Fedorov S Hu 9 15 A.M. PC31A-06 Precursors of ENSO Events from 27 Years of Satellite Data A Capotondi L Ricciardulli 9 30 A.M. PC31A-07 Deterministic and Stochastic Aspects of El Ni o s Impact on Atlantic Tropical Cyclones C M Patricola P Chang R Saravanan 9 45 A.M. PC31A-08 On the Collapse of the Surface Easterly Wind in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific in the 2015 El Nino D Halpern Wednesday 8 00 A.M. PO31B Room 207 Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change I (joint with A IS PC TE) Moderators Paul Durack Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Hailong Liu University of Miami CIMAS NOAA AOML 8 00 A.M. PO31B-01 Rainfall Imprint on Sea Surface Salinity in the ITCZ new satellite perspectives J Boutin N Viltard A Supply N Martin J L Vergely C H nocq G P Reverdin 8 15 A.M. PO31B-02 Upper-ocean Responses to Rainfall Observations from Profiling Floats J E Anderson S Riser 8 30 A.M. PO31B-03 Freshwater Lenses Double Diffusion and Cabbeling in the Near-Surface Layer of the Ocean C Dean A Soloviev R W Helber 8 45 A.M. PO31B-04 Role of continental discharge in ocean and climate dynamics through influence on ocean salinity H A Chandanpurkar J T Reager II J S Famiglietti S G Yeager 9 00 A.M. PO31B-05 Small-Scale Salinity Variability from Thermosalinographs A Global Perspective K Drushka W Asher 9 15 A.M. PO31B-06 Meso- to submesoscale surface thermohaline variability in Indian Ocean N Kolodziejczyk C Maes 9 30 A.M. PO31B-07 Signature of Mesoscale Eddies in Satellite Sea Surface Salinity Data O Melnichenko A M Amores Maimo N A Maximenko P W Hacker J T Potemra 9 45 A.M. PO31B-08 Eddy mixing in the subtropical surface salinity maximum regions J J M Busecke R P Abernathey A L Gordon Wednesday 8 00 A.M. PO31A Room 206 Circulation Biogeochemistry Ecosystems and Their Variations in the Western North Pacific Marginal Seas I (joint with A B ME PP) Moderators SungHyun Nam Seoul National University Shinichiro Kida JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology Fei Yu Institute of Oceanology Vyacheslav Lobanov V.I. Il ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute Far Eastern Branch Russian Academy of Sciences 8 00 A.M. PO31A-01 Slope Convection in the Peter the Great Bay and Ventilation of the Japan Sea V B Lobanov A Sergeev I Gorin P Scherbinin A Voronin D Kaplunenko T Gulenko 8 15 A.M. PO31A-02 The Annual Cycle of the Japan Sea Throughflow S Kida Q Bo J Yang X Lin 8 30 A.M. PO31A-03 Temporal variation of deep water transport in the southwestern East Japan Sea K I Chang 8 45 A.M. PO31A-04 Challenges in modelling detailed surface circulation on the Korea Tsushima Strait W Kranenburg J L Rego F Zijl B Sainte-Rose F Kleissen 9 00 A.M. PO31A-05 Structure and formation of the South Yellow Sea water mass in spring X Diao 9 15 A.M. PO31A-06 Seasonal Cycle of Volume Transport through Kerama Gap Revealed by a 20-year Global HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model Reanalysis Z Yu E J Metzger P Thoppil H E Hurlburt L Zamudio O M Smedstad H Na H Nakamura J H Park 9 30 A.M. PO31A-07 Phytoplankton change in the Kuroshio region of the East China Sea associated with the Kuroshio frontal eddy N Yoshie N Sato M Nakagawa E Tsutsumi Y Sasai X Guo 9 45 A.M. PO31A-08 Reversing process of the South China Sea western boundary current in autumn 2011 J Guo Wednesday 8 00 A.M. PO31C Room 203-205 The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller IV (joint with A EC OD TP) Moderators Harper Simmons University of Alaska Fairbanks Emily Shroyer Oregon State Univ 8 00 A.M. PO31C-01 Observations of an internal tide beam in the Tasman Sea A F Waterhouse S M Kelly J A MacKinnon J D Nash S Johnston Z Zhao L Rainville H L Simmons D Brazhnikov D L Rudnick 8 15 A.M. PO31C-02 Global Internal Tide Energy Flux and Dissipation from Satellite Altimetry Z Zhao M H Alford J B Girton L Rainville H L Simmons A F Waterhouse C Whalen 8 30 A.M. PO31C-03 Tidally driven mixing and dissipation in the stratified boundary layer above steep submarine topography K B Winters 8 45 A.M. PO31C-04 Evaluating the role of inertial and tidal internal wave dynamics on a narrow continental shelf An assessment of the dominant physical dynamics influencing mixing and the energy budget T L Schlosser C Bluteau N L Jones A Lucas J D Nash G N Ivey 9 00 A.M. PO31C-05 Nonlinear Internal Waves on the Inner Shelf Observations Using a Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) System K A Davis E C Reid A L Cohen 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 145 Scientific Program 9 15 A.M. PO31C-06 Turbulence and Mixing in a Rotating Shallow Bottom Gravity Current L Umlauf C Lappe P Holtermann 9 30 A.M. PO31C-07 Near-Bottom Turbulence in the Deep Hypolimnetic Waters of a Large Stratified Basin D Cannon C D Troy 9 45 A.M. PO31C-08 Horizontal distribution of near-inertial waves in the western Gulf of Mexico Eulerian vs Lagrangian E Pallas Sanz P Garc a-Carrillo B I Garcia Gomez J M Lilly P Perez-Brunius 2 00 P.M. A33A-01 Radiometric Measurements of Whitecaps and Surface Fluxes M D Anguelova 2 15 P.M. A33A-02 Infrared Remote Sensing of Cooling Whitecap Foam to Quantify Wave Breaking Dissipation A T Jessup C C Chickadel R Branch 2 30 P.M. A33A-03 Novel Methods for Optically Measuring Whitecaps Under Natural Wave Breaking Conditions in the Southern Ocean K L Randolph H M Dierssen A CifuentesLorenzen W M Balch E C Monahan C J Zappa D Drapeau B Bowler 2 45 P.M. A33A-04 Observations of whitecaps during HiWinGS their dependence on wave field and relation to gas transfer velocities S E Brumer C J Zappa C W Fairall B Blomquist I M Brooks H Tamura M Yang B J Huebert 3 00 P.M. A33A-05 Observations of wave-breaking turbulence and whitecap coverage and the relation to wind stress and wave slope M Schwendeman J Thomson 3 15 P.M. A33A-06 -- Air entrainment and bubble statistics in three-dimensional breaking waves L Deike S Popinet W K Melville 3 30 P.M. A33A-07 Sea-State Dependence of Aerosol Concentration in the Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer L Lenain W K Melville 3 45 P.M. A33A-08 Bubble Models of Air-sea Gas Exchange a Synthesis L Goddijn-Murphy D K Woolf A H Callaghan P D Nightingale J D Shutler Wednesday 8 00 A.M. PO31D Room 208-209 Variability of Ocean Circulation in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and Its Climatic and Environmental Impact I (joint with A ME TE) Moderators Janet Sprintall Scripps Institution of Oceanography Fan Wang Institute of Oceanography Chinese Academy of Sciences 8 00 A.M. PO31D-01 Makassar Strait Throughflow 11.3 years time series A L Gordon B A Huber K Pujiana A M Napitu T Agustiadi N Mbay A Setiawan 8 15 A.M. PO31D-02 Ocean Circulation at the Pacific Gateway into the Indonesian Throughflow D Yuan B Li L Yang Z Wang Y Li X Li H Zhou A Wardana A Purwandana D Surinati D Dirhamsyah A L Gordon 8 30 A.M. PO31D-03 The South Indian Ocean Shallow Overturning W P DeRuijter 8 45 A.M. PO31D-04 Decadal-Multidecadal Variability of the Indian and Pacific Walker Cells Do They Co-Vary with the Warm Pool Convection on these Timescales W Han 9 00 A.M. PO31D-05 Interannual Variability of the Indonesian Throughflow Importance of Salinity Effect S HU J Sprintall 9 15 A.M. PO31D-06 Nonlinear Processes Reinforce Extreme Indian Ocean Dipole Events B Ng W Cai K Walsh A Santoso 9 30 A.M. PO31D-07 Inter-model differences in the amplitude of Ningaloo Ni o in the CMIP5 models S Kido T Kataoka T Tozuka 9 45 A.M. PO31D-08 Multi-Decadal Indian Ocean Variability Linked to the Pacific C Ummenhofer A Biastoch C W Boning Wednesday 2 00 P.M. AH33A Room 206 Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes I (joint with EC HI) Moderators John Lehrter US EPA Wei-Jun Cai University of Delaware Richard Rivkin Memorial University of Newfoundland Nianzhi Jiao Xiamen University 2 00 P.M. AH33A-01 Anthropogenically Forced Changes in the Balance Between the Supply of and Demand for Organic Carbon in the Upper Ocean Is the Estimation of Heterotrophic Organic Carbon Demand Biased L Legendre R B Rivkin M R Anderson 2 15 P.M. AH33A-02 Diversity and distribution of isiA-containing Cyanobacteria in the global ocean Q LI M Stomp J Huisman N Jiao 2 30 P.M. AH33A-03 Distribution of Nitrogen Compounds in Marine Aerosol and Their Deposition Over the Pacific Ocean M Uematsu Y Narita S Y Sun 2 45 P.M. AH33A-04 Connecting the Mississippi River with Carbon Variability in the Gulf of Mexico Z G G Xue R He K Fennel W J Cai S E Lohrenz W J Huang H Tian W Ren 3 00 P.M. AH33A-05 Marine Snow A Hotspot Microenvironment for Microbial Horizontal Gene Transfer and Enhanced Metabolism H Dang 3 15 P.M. AH33A-06 Spatio-temporal variability of Asian dust and its impact on biological productivity in the East Japan Sea J E Yoon I N Kim T W Kim A M Macdonald H C Kim 3 30 P.M. AH33A-07 Model Analysis of Vertical Carbon Export in a Mesocosm Experiment S Mathesius Scientific Program Society Award Lectures Great Hall AB 10 30 A.M. Award Talk F Straneo 11 10 A.M. Award Talk J J Middelburg 11 50 A.M. Award Talk C Wunsch Wednesday P.M. Wednesday 2 00 P.M. A33A Room 210 Properties of the Ocean Surface that Directly Influence Air-Sea Exchange and Upper Ocean Dynamics II (joint with IS OD PO TP) Moderators Brian Ward National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) Kai Christensen Norwegian Meteorological Institute Edward Monahan University of Connecticut Lonneke Goddijn-Murphy University of the Highlands and Islands 146 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 45 P.M. AH33A-08 Anthropogenic Impacts on Biological Carbon Sequestration in the Coastal Waters N Jiao Wednesday 2 00 P.M. B33A Room 225-227 The Current and Future Nitrogen Cycle From Microbes to the Global Ocean II (joint with IS MM PC PP) Moderators Angela Landolfi GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Lauren Zamora NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2 00 P.M. B33A-01 Dinitrogen Fixation Within and Adjacent to Oxygen Deficient Waters of the Eastern Tropical South Pacific Ocean M R Mulholland B Widner P W Bernhardt B X Chang A Jayakumar 2 15 P.M. B33A-02 Why Fix N2 in High N Supply Regions A Landolfi W Koeve A Oschlies 2 30 P.M. B33A-03 Bridging the low nitrogen Pacific with the high nitrogen Atlantic using Arctic N2 Ar and N measurements J Reeve R C Hamme 2 45 P.M. B33A-04 WITHDRAWN Pelagic Nitrogen Cycle Observations In The Arctic Ocean How Might They Change In Response To Ocean Acidification D R Clark A Rees I Brown L Al-Moosawi G Cripps 3 00 P.M. B33A-05 GRAZING BY ZOOPLANKTON ON DIAZOTROPHS IN THE AMAZON RIVER PLUME AND WESTERN TROPICAL NORTH ATLANTIC B Conroy D K Steinberg B Song R Foster 3 15 P.M. B33A-06 Incorporating Prognostic Marine Nitrogen Fixers and Related Bio-Physical Feedbacks in an Earth System Model H Paulsen T Ilyina K D Six 3 30 P.M. B33A-07 Ocean Biogeochemical Feedbacks Limit the Impact of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition on Marine Productivity C J Somes A Landolfi W Koeve A Oschlies 3 45 P.M. B33A-08 The nitrogen cycle during the Anthropocene S Yang N Gruber 3 00 P.M. CT33A-05 Partitioning of Dissolved Metals (Fe Mn Cu Cd Zn Ni and Pb) into Soluble and Colloidal Fractions in Continental Shelf and Offshore Waters Northern California J N Fitzsimmons C Parker R M Sherrell 3 15 P.M. CT33A-06 WITHDRAWN Comparing Biological Iron Uptake and Particle Association Kinetics across Different Systems of the North Atlantic M M Moore 3 30 P.M. CT33A-07 PROGNOSTIC MODELLING OF IRON-BINDING LIGANDS IN A GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODEL AND ITS EFFECT ON IRON DISTRIBUTION Y Ye C D Voelker A Tagliabue 3 45 P.M. CT33A-08 Ligand-Iron Dynamics and their Influence on Dissolved Iron Distributions in a Global Model E Sherman J K Moore Wednesday 2 00 P.M. EC33A Room 222 Coastal Oceanography through Integrated Data Analysis I (joint with A ME OD PO) Moderators Yonggang Liu University of South Florida Ryan McCabe University of Washington Aida Alvera-Azcarate Universit de Li ge 2 00 P.M. EC33A-01 Ocean Weather - Interaction of physical and bio-optical processes across a river plume dominated shelf in the Gulf of Mexico R Arnone R A Vandermeulen I M Soto Ramos M K Cambazoglu G A Jacobs S D Howden A D Weidemann 2 15 P.M. EC33A-02 Evaluation of Ocean Syntheses a new COST Action to Improve our Knowledge about Ocean Syntheses from the Global to the Regional Scales A Alvera-Azcarate A Barth K Haines M Drevillon 2 30 P.M. EC33A-03 Towards an integrated understanding of buoyancy fluxes bio-optics and coastal circulation Results from the interdisciplinary PlumeCASE experiment J Jolliff E Jarosz S Ladner T Smith 2 45 P.M. EC33A-04 Sediment Plumes Resulting from the Port of Miami Dredging Analysis and Interpretation Using Satellite Data and Long Term Monitoring Programs B B Barnes C Hu C Kovach R N Silverstein 3 00 P.M. EC33A-05 Reexamining Flow across the Continental Shelf R M McCabe B M Hickey E P Dever P MacCready Wednesday 2 00 P.M. CT33A Room 228-230 Trace Metal Speciation in Seawater Measurements Modeling and Impact on Marine Biogeochemistry II (joint with B EC) Moderators Eric Achterberg Geomar - Hemholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kristen Buck University of South Florida Tampa Christian Schlosser GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Stan van den Berg University of Liverpool 2 00 P.M. CT33A-01 Metal Speciation Analysis and Modeling How do we Best Estimate the Bioavailable Form S G Sander K N Buck M C Lohan D R Turner S L Clegg 2 15 P.M. CT33A-02 Increasing the Accuracy of pH Measurements in Estuarine and Brackish Water the Need for an Improved Pitzer Model for TRIS in Seawater D R Turner J Gallego 2 30 P.M. CT33A-03 The nature of soluble Mn(III) in oxygenated surface waters and in future oceanic O2 regimes V Oldham A Mucci G W Luther III K E Burk L Jensen M T Miller 2 45 P.M. CT33A-04 Continuous Rapid Scavenging of Thorium and Protactinium During Westward Advection of the East Pacific Rise Hydrothermal Plume F J Pavia R F Anderson S M Vivancos M Q Fleisher Y Lu P Zhang H Cheng R L Edwards 3 30 P.M. EC33A-07 Underwater glider observations of the Brazil Current offshore Cabo Frio Southeastern Brazil F A dos Santos A C R Boechat A L S C Oliveira L A A Guerra L Marques Da Cruz M Da Rocha Fragoso 3 45 P.M. EC33A-08 Gulf of Mexico Loop Current Interactions with the West Florida Shelf and its Influence on Harmful Algae Blooms Y Liu R H Weisberg Wednesday 2 00 P.M. EC33B Room 220-221 Coasts in Crisis Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Drivers for Adaptation II (joint with HI MG PC PO) Moderators Charles Lemckert Griffith University S Jeffress Williams U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Science Center 2 00 P.M. EC33B-01 Probabilistic Mapping of Storm-induced Coastal Inundation for Climate Change Adaptation N Li Y Yamazaki V Roeber K F Cheung G Chock 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 147 Scientific Program 3 15 P.M. EC33A-06 The importance of lateral variability on exchange across the inner shelf A Kirincich 2 15 P.M. EC33B-02 Coastal bluffs dunes and the future of New York s ocean shoreline H Huang H J Bokuniewicz 2 30 P.M. EC33B-03 Sea level variability in the coastal ocean induced by atmospheric forcing for the period 1871-2012 G Jorda G P Compo R S Nerem F Lyard 2 45 P.M. EC33B-04 Joint projections of sea level and storm surge using a flood index C M Little N Lin R M Horton R E Kopp M Oppenheimer 3 00 P.M. EC33B-05 Sea level at the coast what are the major contributors to its variability and trend and how do they differ from the open ocean A Melet B Meyssignac R Almar 3 15 P.M. EC33B-06 Back-Barrier Water Level Response to Offshore Fluctuations A Aretxabaleta N K Ganju B Butman Z Defne 3 30 P.M. EC33B-07 Future Extreme Sea Level Seesaws in the Tropical Pacific M J Widlansky A Timmermann W Cai 3 45 P.M. EC33B-08 Sedimentary and Microfossil Record of the 2013 Typhoon Haiyan Deposit from the Leyte Gulf Philippines J Pilarczyk B Horton L Soria A Switzer H M Fritz F P Siringan N Khan S Ildefonso R Ramos A Doctor M Garcia Wednesday 2 00 P.M. HE33A Room 217-219 Macroecological Approaches to the Arctic Ocean System Changes and Implications on Biogeochemical Cycles II (joint with B ME MM PC) Moderators Jeffrey Runge University of Maine Webjorn Melle Institue of Marine Research Allison Fong Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research Ilka Peeken Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum f r Polar- und Meeresforschung 2 00 P.M. HE33A-01 Phytoplankton Response to an Ice Free Arctic J Lawrence E Popova A Yool M A Srokosz 2 15 P.M. HE33A-02 Does active convection within leads in sea ice delay phytoplankton blooms K E Lowry R S Pickart M M Mills A Pacini C Nobre K R Arrigo 2 30 P.M. HE33A-03 Impacts of Sea-ice Dynamics and Snow Cover on Arctic Algal Biomass and Production during the N-ICE2015 Drift Expedition M Fern ndez-M ndez L Mork Olsen H Kauko P Duarte C J Mundy S R Laney H Hop A Meyer A Fransson S Gerland A R sel M A Granskog S R Hudson L Cohen P Assmy 2 45 P.M. HE33A-04 WITHDRAWN Towards the determination of the CO2 system in sea ice The stoichiometric dissociation constants of carbonic acid in seawater and seawater-derived brines at sub-zero temperatures S Papadimitriou S Loucaides V R rolle D P Kennedy E P Achterberg A G Dickson M C Mowlem H Kennedy 3 00 P.M. HE33A-05 Fate of the key Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis in a changing environment M Daase J S reide D Freese L Boissonnot M K Hatlebakk M Graeve B Niehoff 3 15 P.M. HE33A-06 The response of the biogeographic distribution of the copepod Calanus glacialis to a changing Arctic marine environment Z Feng R Ji C J Ashjian J Zhang R G Campbell 3 30 P.M. HE33A-07 Computing the Trait-Biogeography of Copepodid Diapause N Record F Maps R Ji J A Runge Varpe 3 45 P.M. HE33A-08 Long-Term Trends and Variability in Spring Development of Calanus finmarchicus in the Southeastern Norwegian Sea during 1996-2012 N Dupont E Bag ien W Melle Wednesday 2 00 P.M. ED33A Room RO5 Integrating Ocean and Climate Science across the Pipeline K-Graduate Level and Informal Education Initiatives I Moderators Gail Scowcroft University of Rhode Island William Spitzer New England Aquarium David Lustick University of Massachusetts Lowell Rachel Luther University of Southern Mississippi 2 00 P.M. ED33A-01 Connecting K-12 Educators with Current Scientific Research Through the DataStreme Project J A Brey I W Geer E W Mills K A Nugnes A E Stimach 2 15 P.M. ED33A-02 Climate change science education across schools campuses and centers strategies and successes J Merrill P Harcourt M Rogers J Buttram C Petrone D E Veron A SezenBarrie C Stylinski G Ozbay 2 30 P.M. ED33A-03 C-DEBI Community College Research Internship for Scientific Engagement Effective Practices in Running a NonResidential Research Program S Schroeder Wednesday 2 00 P.M. HI33A Room RO1 Advancing Water Quality Monitoring Desalination and Forecasting in Urban Coastal and Inland Waters I (joint with B EC ME OD) Moderators Paul DiGiacomo NOAA College Park Steven Ackleson San Francisco State University Menghua Wang NOAA College Park Guangming Zheng NOAA NESDIS STAR 2 00 P.M. HI33A-01 WITHDRAWN Advancing Water Quality Monitoring and Hydrologic Optics Studies for Inland Waters through An Individual Particle Analysis Technique in Characterizing Suspended Mineral Particles F Peng 2 15 P.M. HI33A-02 Water Quality Monitoring Around Submerged Wastewater Outfalls in Southern California From Compliance Assessment to Impact of Climate Change N P Nezlin 2 30 P.M. HI33A-03 Remedial Investigation of Water Quality in a Tidal Estuary Using Novel Optical Methods G Chang T Martin C Jones Scientific Program 2 45 P.M. ED33A-04 RU COOL s scalable educational focus on immersing society in the ocean through ocean observing systems O Schofield J D McDonnell J T Kohut S M Glenn 3 00 P.M. ED33A-05 Online Course Model that Fosters Interdisciplinary Collaboration Among Graduate Students A deCharon J T Repa C J Companion L Taylor 3 15 P.M. ED33A-06 Expanding the Graduate Education Experience at Scripps Institution of Oceanography UC San Diego C L Peach D L Kilb D Zmarzly E Abeyta 3 30 P.M. ED33A-07 ScienceToGo.org The Strengths and Weaknesses of Communicating Climate Change through Mass Transit Advertising Spaces D S Lustick J Lohmeier R F Chen R Wilson D Rabkin S R Thompson 3 45 P.M. ED33A-08 Broader Impact Guidance for Florida Ocean Scientists Process Products and Outcomes S Cook 148 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2 45 P.M. HI33A-04 Recent Trends in Suspended Sediment Load & Water Quality in the Upper Chesapeake Bay L A Freeman S G Ackleson 3 00 P.M. HI33A-05 Describing River Plume Interactions in the Northern Adriatic Sea Using High Resolution Satellite Turbidity And Sea Surface Temperature Observations V E Brando 3 15 P.M. HI33A-06 Water Properties in the Great Lakes from Satellite Ocean Color Measurements S Son M Wang 3 30 P.M. HI33A-07 Forecasting the Human Pathogen Vibrio Parahaemolyticus in Shellfish Tissue within Long Island Sound M M Whitney K DeRosia-Banick 3 45 P.M. HI33A-08 Developing a Phytoplankton Biotic Index as an Indicator of Freshwater Inflow within a Subtropical Estuary J L Steichen A Quigg A Lucchese H Preischel Wednesday 2 00 P.M. ME33A Room 215-216 Biological-Physical Interactions at Organismal Scales from Sediments to the Water Column II (joint with MG) Moderators Kelly Dorgan Dauphin Island Sea Lab James Eckman California Sea Grant Program Lawrence Mayer Univ Maine Lee Karp-Boss University of Maine 2 00 P.M. ME33A-01 It takes guts to locate elusive crustacean prey R S Lasley-Rasher D C Brady B E Smith P A Jumars 2 15 P.M. ME33A-02 Predation Rates of Zooplankton by Fish Quantified with a Novel Acoustic and Optic System A Genin Y Lindemann P L Roberts J S Jaffe 2 30 P.M. ME33A-03 The Effect of Collector Motion on Particle Capture Efficiency J D Ackerman D Gao 2 45 P.M. ME33A-04 Same same but different - quantifying the importance of intra-specific variability to plankton biodiversity S Menden-Deuer J M Rowlett 3 00 P.M. ME33A-05 Exploring Phytoplankton Fluid Dynamics using Computational Models L Fauci H Nguyen 3 15 P.M. ME33A-06 Brief Exposure to Turbulence Permanently Alters Development of Sand Dollar Larvae M C Ferner J Hodin G Ng C J Lowe B Gaylord 3 30 P.M. ME33A-07 Swimming in an Unsteady World M A R Koehl 3 45 P.M. ME33A-08 Elucidating Mechanisms by which Invertebrate Larval Settlement is Affected by Biofilm Ciliates J Shimeta M G Watson L Zalizniak A J Scardino Wednesday 2 00 P.M. IS33A Room RO4 Technological Advancements in Phytoplankton Ecology Observation Techniques and Platforms Data Analysis and Interpretation and Model Development II (joint with B ME OD) Moderators Jordon Beckler Mote Marine Laboratory Michael Brosnahan Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Katherine Hubbard Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Vincent Lovko Mote Marine Laboratory 2 00 P.M. IS33A-01 Refining the Niche of Harmful Dinoflagellates through Intensive Observation of Blooms within a Retentive Inshore Embayment M Brosnahan D K Ralston H Jiang D Anderson 2 15 P.M. IS33A-02 Why was the 2012 bloom so early Using chilling and warming metrics to resolve interannual variability in the timing of Alexandrium fundyense bloom initiation A D Fischer D Anderson 2 30 P.M. IS33A-03 Scattering of phytoplankton cells from cytometry during a microcosm experiment W Moutier L Dufor tGaurier H Loisel M Thyssen X M riaux D Desailly L Courcot M Dugenne 2 45 P.M. IS33A-04 Phytoplankton Modeling with an Imaging FlowCytobot More Than Just HABs D Henrichs L Campbell 3 00 P.M. IS33A-05 Cobalamin-Independent Methionine Synthase Distribution and its Influence on Vitamin B12 Growth Requirements in Marine Diatoms K Ellis N Cohen C Moreno A Marchetti 3 15 P.M. IS33A-06 The Metabolic Tradeoffs of Diazotrophy in a Flexible Phytoplankton Cell Allocation Model D P Nicholson S C Doney R H Stanley 3 30 P.M. IS33A-07 A simple metabolic model of phytoplankton physiology quantifying energetic trade-offs for diatoms K Inomura M J Follows 3 45 P.M. IS33A-08 Linking FRRF Derived Photophysiology with Carbon-based Primary Productivity Insights from Concepts of Cellular Energy Allocation N Schuback C Schallenberg C Duckham M Flecken M T Maldonado P D Tortell Wednesday 2 00 P.M. ME33B Room RO2 Exploration and Research and Assessment of Complex DeepSea Ecosystems Recent Advances Holistic Approaches and Future Challenges II (joint with B HI MG) Moderators Christian Mohn Aarhus University Martin White National University of Ireland Konstadinos Kiriakoulakis Liverpool John Moores University 2 15 P.M. ME33B-02 Environmental drivers of spatial and temporal variation in infaunal communities at methane hydrates N Campany i Llovet P V Snelgrove 2 30 P.M. ME33B-03 Megabenthic Community Structure Within and Surrounding the DISCOL Experimental Area 26 Years After Simulated Manganese Nodule Mining Disturbance A Purser Y Marcon A Boetius 2 45 P.M. ME33B-04 Vulnerability of Deep-sea Hydrothermal Vent Communities to Disturbance Evidence from Post-eruption Colonization on the East Pacific Rise S W Mills N Le Bris S Beaulieu S M Sievert L S Mullineaux 3 00 P.M. ME33B-05 Incongruent genetic connectivity patterns for VME indicator taxa implications for the management of New Zealand s vulnerable marine ecosystems M R Clark J Gardner L Holland C Zeng J S Hamilton A A Rowden 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 149 Scientific Program 2 00 P.M. ME33B-01 PARTICLE TRANSPORT AND ACCUMULATION IN NORFOLK AND BALTIMORE CANYONS F Mienis G Duineveld C Robertson N Prouty A J Davies S W Ross A W Demopoulos 3 15 P.M. ME33B-06 Developing Spatial Management Options for the Protection of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems in the South Pacific Ocean Region. A A Rowden C J Lundquist M R Clark O F Anderson J M Guinotte S J Baird M J Roux S Wadhwa 3 30 P.M. ME33B-07 Advances in regional-scale predictions of VMEs in the New Zealand region and their use in decision-support tools for spatial management planning J M Guinotte O F Anderson A A Rowden M R Clark S Mormede A J Davies D Bowden D M Tracey 3 45 P.M. ME33B-08 Damage Assessment of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Using Species Distribution Models to Estimate the Number of Affected Cold-Water Coral Sites S Georgian E E Cordes 2 30 P.M. PC33A-03 Atmospheric Feedbacks in the ENSO cycle and the Role of the Hydrological Cycle M Collins S Ferrett 2 45 P.M. PC33A-04 Central tropical Pacific corals constrain anthropogenic influence on recent ENSO extremes P R Grothe K M Cobb R L Edwards H Cheng D Deocampo J R Southon G Santos Y Lu G Liguori 3 00 P.M. PC33A-05 Externally Forced ENSO Diversity Changes in CESM From the Last Millennium to the 21st Century S Stevenson A Capotondi B L Otto-Bliesner J Fasullo 3 15 P.M. PC33A-06 Changes in ENSO amplitude under global warming in CESM Large Ensemble project the uncertainty due to internal variability X T Zheng S P Xie C Hui 3 30 P.M. PC33A-07 The Early-1990s Climate Shift and the ENSO Diversity J Y Yu H Paek 3 45 P.M. PC33A-08 The role of the Meridional Mode in ENSO diversity under greenhouse forcing G Liguori E Di Lorenzo Wednesday 2 00 P.M. MG33A Room 231-232 Physical and Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface in Estuaries Coastal Oceans and Shelf Seas II (joint with B ME TP) Moderators Laurent Amoudry National Oceanography Center Sarah Reynolds University of Portsmouth Nina Stark Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Tian-Jian Hsu University of Delaware 2 00 P.M. MG33A-01 Evidence of Seabed Fluidization during Solitary Waves D L Foster 2 15 P.M. MG33A-02 In-Situ Erodibility of Siliciclastic and Calcareous Sediments K B Briggs J Calantoni 2 30 P.M. MG33A-03 224Ra 228Th Disequilibrium in Sediments as a Tracer for Solute Transfer Across the Sediment-Water Interface in Coastal Louisiana W Bam K Maiti N A Ghaisas 2 45 P.M. MG33A-04 Polychaete Tubes Turbulence and Erosion of Fine-Grained Sediment A Kincke-Tootle D P Frank K B Briggs J Calantoni 3 00 P.M. MG33A-05 Characterization of a Louisiana Bay Bottom A M Freeman H H Roberts 3 15 P.M. MG33A-06 Physical chemical and biological controls of nutrient fluxes from fine-grained organic-rich sediments in the Indian River Lagoon Florida A L Fox J H Trefry R P Trocine S L Fox Y Yan Wednesday 2 00 P.M. PO33A Room 207 Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change II (joint with A IS PC TE) Moderators Nicolas Reul IFREMER Kyla Drushka University of Washington 2 00 P.M. PO33A-01 Sea Surface Salinity budget in the North Atlantic subtropical gyre during the 2012-2013 Strasse SPURS experiment and from the SMOS salinity mission A Sommer G P Reverdin N Kolodziejczyk J Boutin 2 15 P.M. PO33A-02 Evolution of the Upper Ocean Salinity during the SPURS campaigns L Rainville J T Farrar C Lee C C Eriksen 2 30 P.M. PO33A-03 Intraseasonal Sea Surface Salinity Variations in the Northeastern Tropical Pacific Fresh Pool A E A Hasson T Lee F Bingham J T Farrar J Boutin 2 45 P.M. PO33A-04 Surface Mixed Layer Salinity Budget in the Tropical Indian Ocean N H Chi R C Lien 3 00 P.M. PO33A-05 Interannual salinity north of the Gulf Stream S Grodsky N Reul B Chapron F Bryan J Carton 3 15 P.M. PO33A-06 Largest SSS Anomalies of the last decade in 2012 and 2014 of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Fresh Pool as detected by SMOS and other EO data N Reul S Guimbard B Chapron C Maes 3 30 P.M. PO33A-07 Variability of Salinity and Temperature Anomalies in South Pacific Tropical Water X Lu R A Fine T Qu 3 45 P.M. PO33A-08 Preliminary Studies of Multi-Year Ocean Salinity Trends With Aquarius and SMOS Data G S E Lagerloef PO33B Room 203-205 Scientific Program 3 30 P.M. MG33A-07 Spatial patterns of cyanobacterial mat growth on sand ripples G Mariotti V Klepac-Ceraj J T Perron T Bosak 3 45 P.M. MG33A-08 What Controls Bed Erodibility in Muddy Partially-Mixed Estuaries Insights from the York River Virginia C T Friedrichs G M Cartwright P Dickhudt K Fall L M Kraatz Wednesday 2 00 P.M. PC33A Room 211-213 El Ni o Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diversity in a Changing Climate II (joint with A HI PO TE) Moderators Michael McPhaden NOAA Seattle Antonietta Capotondi NOAA Boulder Andrew Wittenberg Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory 2 00 P.M. PC33A-01 ENSO in a Flux-Adjusted Coupled GCM A T Wittenberg G A Vecchi T L Delworth A J Rosati F J Zeng 2 15 P.M. PC33A-02 WITHDRAWN The Recent Role of the Indian Ocean to ENSO Diversity A J Rosati T L Delworth A T Wittenberg G Vecchi Wednesday 2 00 P.M. The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller V (joint with A EC OD TP) Moderators Subhas Venayagamoorthy Colorado State University Louis St Laurent Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 150 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2 00 P.M. PO33B-01 On Turbulence Losses at Rough Topography LES results S Sarkar M Jalali V K Chalamalla 2 15 P.M. PO33B-02 Highly efficient boundary mixing near sloping topography in a non-tidal basin C Lappe L Umlauf 2 30 P.M. PO33B-03 Effects of Anisotropy on Observation of Turbulent Dissipation in Bottom Boundary Layers L Boegman A Jabbari U Piomelli 2 45 P.M. PO33B-04 Internal Wave Scattering in Continental Slope Canyons A Parameter Space Study R Nazarian S Legg 3 00 P.M. PO33B-05 Generation mechanisms and energetics of internal waves around an island E Masunaga O B Fringer H Yamazaki 3 15 P.M. PO33B-06 Global Patterns of Turbulence and Diapycnal Mixing from CTD-Chipods on the Global Repeat Hydrography Program A Pickering J D Nash J N Moum J A MacKinnon 3 30 P.M. PO33B-07 Vertical Kinetic Energy Observed With LADCP CTD Systems A M Thurnherr 3 45 P.M. PO33B-08 Nine years of temporal and spatial low-mode internal wave variability in the Atlantic Basin at 26N K I Martini Z B Szuts Wednesday 2 00 P.M. T001 Room RO3 An Introduction to Ensemble-Based Data Assimilation (joint with B OD PC PO) Wednesday 2 30 P.M. T006 Room RO3 Moving Beyond Planning to Implementation Open-Source Tools from the Geoscience Community and Unidata for Data Management (joint with ED OD P) Wednesday T009 Room RO3 3 00 P.M. R A Software System for Oceanographic Work at the Interface (joint with ED O) Wednesday 3 30 P.M. T012 Room RO3 Uncertainty Quantification in Geophysical Fluid Flow Models (joint with OD PO) Wednesday 2 00 P.M. PO33C Room 208-209 Variability of Ocean Circulation in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and Its Climatic and Environmental Impact II (joint with A ME TE) Moderators Dongliang Yuan Institute of Oceanography Chinese Academy of Sciences Christophe Maes Institute of Oceanography Chinese Academy of Sciences 2 00 P.M. PO33C-01 Recent Progress in the Study of Ocean Circulation and Warm Pool in the Western Pacific D Hu 2 15 P.M. PO33C-02 Southwest Pacific Ocean Circulation and Climate Experiment (SPICE) scientific advances and future west pacific coordination A S Ganachaud J Sprintall X Lin K Ando 2 30 P.M. PO33C-03 Eight years of glider measurements of transport entering the Solomon Sea K William R E Davis J T Sherman 2 45 P.M. PO33C-04 Circulation and water mass transformations in the southwest Pacific Low Latitude Western Boundary Currents C Germineaud A S Ganachaud J Sprintall S E Cravatte 3 00 P.M. PO33C-05 Transport through the Solomon Sea observed by Moorings and Inverted Echo Sounder with Bottom Pressures A Anutaliya U Send 3 15 P.M. PO33C-06 Variability of the Equatorial Currents in the Western Pacific Two Mooring Observations at 2 N and 4.7 N 140 E J Wang F Wang Q Ma 3 30 P.M. PO33C-07 Long-term variabilities of meridional geostrophic volumn transport in North Pacific Ocean H Zhou D Yuan W K Dewar 3 45 P.M. PO33C-08 Decadal trends of the upper ocean salinity in the tropical Indo-Pacific since mid-1990s Y DU Y Zhang Wednesday 4 00 P.M. A34A Poster Hall Air-Sea Exchange Processes in Western Boundary Current Systems and Marginal Seas Their Local and Remote Climatic Implications I Posters (joint with OD PC PO) Moderators Hisashi Nakamura University of Tokyo Justin Small National Center for Atmospheric Research Young-Oh Kwon Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Dongxiao Zhang University of Washington PMEL NOAA 4 00 P.M. A34A-2611 POSTER The Atmospheric Response to Surface Stress Induced by Ocean Currents (Invited) K Takatama N Schneider 4 00 P.M. A34A-2612 POSTER Turbulence intensification of marine winds at mid-latitude in the southern hemisphere comparison with the northern hemisphere Y Kita T Waseda E W Schulz P Jansen T Nishida 4 00 P.M. A34A-2613 POSTER Effect of including high-resolution ocean models in climate simulations of the north-west Atlantic and US East coast J Small E N Curchitser R Dussin F Bryan 4 00 P.M. A34A-2614 POSTER The role of ocean mesoscale variability on upper ocean temperature flux and air-sea interactions in the Gulf of Mexico D Putrasahan I V Kamenkovich B P Kirtman 4 00 P.M. A34A-2615 POSTER A Positive Feedback Mechanism for Tropical Cyclone Intensification Over Warm Oceanic Mesoscale Features B Jaimes de la Cruz L K Shay J Brewster 4 00 P.M. A34A-2616 POSTER Contrasting responses of the extended Gulf Stream to intense air-sea exchange Z Jacobs J P Grist R Marsh S A Josey B Sinha 4 00 P.M. A34A-2617 POSTER Numerical Investigations of Subduction of Eighteen Degree Water in the Subtropical Northwest Atlantic Ocean P Zhai R He 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 151 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. A34A-2618 POSTER Mesoscale eddy effects on the subduction of North Pacific mode waters L Xu 4 00 P.M. A34A-2619 POSTER Low-frequency Variability of Upper Ocean Heat Content Associated with Meridional Shifts of Western Boundary Current Extensions in the North Pacific B Taguchi N Schneider M Nonaka H Sasaki 4 00 P.M. A34A-2620 POSTER Low-frequency Variability of Kuroshio and Oyashio Extensions and Associated Ocean-Atmosphere Coupling Y O Kwon B Taguchi C Frankignoul A Revelard 4 00 P.M. A34A-2621 POSTER Interannual modulations of mesoscale oceanic imprints on the wintertime atmospheric boundary layer under the changing dynamical regimes of the Kuroshio Extension R Masunaga H Nakamura T Miyasaka K Nishii Q Bo 4 00 P.M. A34A-2622 POSTER Assessing surface heat fluxes in two new generation atmospheric reanalyses with a decade of buoy measurements at the Kuroshio Extension Observatory (KEO) D Zhang M F Cronin C Wen Y Xue A Kumar D C McClurg 4 00 P.M. A34A-2623 POSTER Wind driven by a sea surface temperature front observed by 3-ship simultaneous atmospheric sounding in the Kuroshio Extension H Nishikawa Y Tachibana Y Kawai M K Yoshioka H Nakamura 4 00 P.M. A34A-2624 POSTER Impacts of Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction in the Pacific Asian Marginal Seas on the Variability of the North Pacific Oscillation Victoria Mode Y H Tseng X L Jin C H Chow R Ding E Di Lorenzo J Small X Huang 4 00 P.M. A34A-2625 POSTER Winter weather in Japan Controlled by Large-Scale Atmospheric and Small-Scale Oceanic Phenomena Y Ando M Ogi Y Tachibana K Kodera K Yamazaki 4 00 P.M. A34A-2626 POSTER The role of the cold Okhotsk Sea in the strengthening the Pacific subtropical high and Baiu precipitation K Kawasaki 4 00 P.M. A34A-2627 POSTER On the importance of sea surface temperature front for the formation of low-level clouds over the South Indian Ocean A Miyamoto H Nakamura T Miyasaka 4 00 P.M. A34A-2628 POSTER Ocean impact on the South American summer precipitation M P Goes D Putrasahan L Siqueira V Webber 4 00 P.M. A34A-2629 POSTER Agricultural sector can not be separated from climate variability. Climate variability in Indonesia is affected by the variations of sea surface temperature. Rice productivity in climate variability period tends to decrease in El Ni o and La Ni a years but the decreasing productivity in El Ni o is more significant than La Ni a. Y D Haryanto 4 00 P.M. A34A-2630 POSTER Intraseasonal Kelvin wave along the equatorial Pacific in the two flavors of El Nino J Feng Q Wang S Hu D Hu 4 00 P.M. A34A-2631 POSTER Solar Radiation in the Northern Arabian Gulf Evaluation of Remotely Sensed Data vs Observations from an Island Station A Anis F S Al Senafi 4 00 P.M. A34A-2632 POSTER Assessing the Physical Drivers of Water Quality along Lake Superior s South Shore N Lynum L P Van Roekel R Lehr Wednesday 4 00 P.M. A34B Poster Hall Interactions between the Kuroshio and Asian Marginal Seas Posters (joint with ME OD PC PO) Moderators Huijie Xue University of Maine Louis St Laurent Woods Hole Oceanographic Insti Dongxiao Wang SCSIO South China Sea Institute of Oceanology Chinese Academy of Sciences Lili Zeng SCSIO South China Sea Institute of Oceanology Chinese Acaademy of Sciences 4 00 P.M. A34B-2633 POSTER Toward a Mesoscale Hydrological and Marine Meteorological Observation Network in the South China Sea D Wang 4 00 P.M. A34B-2634 POSTER Sea surface cooling in the Northern South China Sea observed using Chinese Sea-wing Underwater Glider measurements C Qiu H Mao J Wu 4 00 P.M. A34B-2635 POSTER Impact of isopycnal transport of nitrate along the Kuroshio on the high productivity in the Kuroshio-Oyashio interfrontal zone (Invited) K Komatsu Y Hiroe I Yasuda M Masujima 4 00 P.M. A34B-2636 POSTER Freshening in the South China Sea during 2012 revealed by Aquarius and in situ data L Zeng W T Liu H Xue P Xiu D Wang 4 00 P.M. A34B-2637 POSTER Rapid freshening of the upper ocean in the South China Sea since the early 1990s F Nan F Yu H Xue L Zeng D Wang 4 00 P.M. A34B-2638 POSTER Quasi-biennial Oscillation of the Kuroshio intrusion at Luzon Strait Z Wang D Yuan 4 00 P.M. A34B-2639 POSTER Glider observations of the Mindanao Current Geostrophic velocity transport and thermohaline structure M Schonau D L Rudnick 4 00 P.M. A34B-2640 POSTER An investigation of potential roles of the South China Sea Throughflow on the Indonesian Throughflow seasonal and interannual variability J Wei 4 00 P.M. A34B-2641 POSTER The current system east of the Ryukyu Islands as revealed by a global ocean reanalysis P G Thoppil E J Metzger H E Hurlburt O M Smedstad H Ichikawa 4 00 P.M. A34B-2642 POSTER Features and interannual variability of the South China Sea western boundary current from 1992 to 2011 H Xue Q Quan H Qin X Zeng S Peng 4 00 P.M. A34B-2643 POSTER Observations of turbulent energy dissipation rate in the upper ocean of the central South China Sea G Chen 4 00 P.M. A34B-2644 POSTER Turbulence and Biological Productivity at Dongsha Reef in the S. China Sea L St Laurent 4 00 P.M. A34B-2645 POSTER Seasonal Variation of the Taiwan Warm Current Water and Its underlying Mechanism J Qi B Yin 4 00 P.M. A34B-2646 POSTER WITHDRAWN Mesoscale-eddyinduced variability of flow through the Kerama Gap between the East China Sea and the western North Pacific H Na 4 00 P.M. A34B-2647 POSTER The subduction and propagation of subsurface salinity anomalies in the northwestern Pacific (Invited) Y Yan E P Chassignet Y Qi Scientific Program 152 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. A34B-2648 POSTER Observations of Water Mass Mixing in the Luzon Strait H Mao Z Sun X Li 4 00 P.M. A34B-2649 POSTER Westward Intensification In Marginal Seas G Chen H Xue 4 00 P.M. A34B-2650 POSTER Baroclinic Instability and Energy Transfer underlying the Kuroshio eddy shedding process in Luzon Strait J Lu 4 00 P.M. A34B-2651 POSTER Enhanced organic carbon fluxes at mesoscale eddies near the Kuroshio C C Hung Y Y Shih 4 00 P.M. A34B-2652 POSTER Interannual variability of circulation in the northern South China Sea N LIU H Xue D Wang 4 00 P.M. A34B-2653 POSTER Nutrient flux and transport in the upper ocean of the Kuroshio east of Taiwan C C Chen S Jan 4 00 P.M. A34B-2654 POSTER Regulation of South China Sea Throughflow by Pressure difference due to Thermohaline and Wind-driven circulations H Qin R X Huang H Xue W Wang 4 00 P.M. A34B-2655 POSTER Observed inter-annual variability of volume transport in the transect of 120 E in the northeast of South China Sea H Hou Q Xie G Chen Y He Y Shu T Priyadarshana J Yao D Wang 4 00 P.M. A34B-2656 POSTER Evolution of the Kuroshio in the East China Sea 2010-2015 D D H Cadden 4 00 P.M. A34B-2657 POSTER Responses of the Kuroshio to Typhoons Observed by Moored Instruments off Taiwan S Jan M Andres C J Tsai M H Chang 4 00 P.M. A34B-2658 POSTER Relationship between upper ocean heat content in the Japan Sea and volume transport through the Tsushima Strait Y Fujii N Hirose N Usui Y Tanaka T Wakamatsu Y Ishikawa T Toyoda S Nishikawa H Igarashi H Nishikawa Y Takatsuki T Kuragano M Kamachi 4 00 P.M. A34C-2662 POSTER WITHDRAWN Parameterising Gas-Transfer Velocity Using Momentum Flux or Wind Speed Implications for the Reporting of Measurements from Ships at Sea S Landwehr 4 00 P.M. A34C-2663 POSTER Gas Transfer Velocity in the Presence of Wave Breaking S Li 4 00 P.M. A34C-2664 POSTER A new Geophysical Model Function for estimating whitecap coverage from Ku-band scatterometers A C Paget 4 00 P.M. A34C-2665 POSTER Approximate Stokes Drift Profiles and their use in Ocean Modelling O Breivik J R Bidlot P A E M Janssen 4 00 P.M. A34C-2666 POSTER The Wave Boundary Layer Depth and Actively Coupled Wind-driven Wave Scales A Cifuentes-Lorenzen J B Edson C J Zappa K L Randolph 4 00 P.M. A34C-2667 POSTER Evaluation of the atmospheric pressure effects in the future Mercator Ocean global 1 4 configuration R Bourdalle-Badie J Chanut C Bricaud G Reffray M Chevallier 4 00 P.M. A34C-2668 POSTER Sea-state dependent exchange coefficients under strongly stable atmosphere G Brostr m 4 00 P.M. A34C-2669 POSTER WITHDRAWN Radar and Laser Sensors for High Frequency Ocean Wave Measurement C R Kennedy 4 00 P.M. A34C-2670 POSTER Setting an Upper Limit on Gas Exchange Through Sea-Spray P Vlahos E C Monahan 4 00 P.M. A34C-2671 POSTER NORSE2015 A Focused Experiment On Oil Emulsion Characterization Using PolSAR During the 2015 Norwegian Oil-On-Water Exercise B Holt C E Jones C Brekke O Breivik S Skrunes M Espeseth 4 00 P.M. A34C-2672 POSTER Estimates of Mixed and Mixing Layer Depths from ASIP B Ward G Sutherland A Ten Doeschate L T Esters K H Christensen 4 00 P.M. A34C-2673 POSTER Wave Measurements in Landfast Ice in Svalbard Evolution of Wave Propagation following Wind Waves to Swell Transition G Sutherland J Rabault A Jensen K H Christensen B Ward A V Marchenko E Morozov O Gundersen T Halsne E Lindstr m 4 00 P.M. A34C-2674 POSTER A Robust Definition for the Turbulent Langmuir Number K H Christensen O Breivik G Sutherland S E Belcher A Gargett 4 00 P.M. A34C-2675 POSTER Improved quantification of SST dynamics from a new inverse method T W N Haine S A Jeffress 4 00 P.M. A34C-2676 POSTER DNS and Measurements of Scalar Transfer Across an Air-water Interface During Inception and Growth of Langmuir Circulation A Hafsi Wednesday 4 00 P.M. A34C Poster Hall Properties of the Ocean Surface that Directly Influence Air-Sea Exchange and Upper Ocean Dynamics III Posters (joint with IS OD PO TP) Moderators Kai Christensen Norwegian Meteorological Institute Brian Ward National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) Edward Monahan University of Connecticut Lonneke Goddijn-Murphy University of the Highlands and Islands 4 00 P.M. A34C-2659 POSTER The Development and Application of an Inversion Technique to Extract Vertical Current Profiles from X-Band Observations of the Wavefield in both Shallow and Deep Water Environments J Campana T de Paolo E J Terrill 4 00 P.M. A34C-2660 POSTER Surface gravity wave and double diffusion effects to the upper ocean dynamics an improved MY2.5 turbulence closure model and it s verification W Yu J Song 4 00 P.M. A34C-2661 POSTER Maritime Aerosol Network as a Component of AERONET - a Useful Tool for Evaluation of the Global Sea-Salt Aerosol Distribution A Smirnov B N Holben S Kinne N B Nelson G L Stenchikov S P Broccardo D Sowers E Lobecker M Ondrusek T P Zielinski L McKenna R Frouin V F Radionov T J Smyth G Zibordi M I Heller V Slabakova K Kr ger E A Reid L Istomina R A Vandermeulen N T O Neill G Levy D M Giles I Slutsker M G Sorokin T F Eck Wednesday 4 00 P.M. AH34A Poster Hall Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes II Posters (joint with EC HI) Moderators John Lehrter US EPA Richard Rivkin Memorial University of Newfoundland Louis Legendre Universit Pierre et Marie Curie Jason Grear US EPA 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 153 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0051 POSTER The Anthropogenic Effects of Hydrocarbon Inputs to Coastal Seas Are There Potential Biogeochemical Impacts M R Anderson R B Rivkin 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0052 POSTER Impact of shortwave radiation biases on ocean conditions in the Pacific Northwest waters Results from the seasonal forecast system J-SCOPE T T Nguyen S A Siedlecki A J Hermann N A Bond T P Ackerman 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0053 POSTER The Comparison of Different Heterotrophic Bacteria on the Decomposition of DOC molecule R Xie Q Zheng N Jiao 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0054 POSTER Paticulate Organic Carbon and Its Role in Nutrient Biogeochemical Cycles under Anthtropogenic Activity Effects in The East China Sea H Jin S Tian Z Ji S Gao Y Zhuang Y Zhang J Chen 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0055 POSTER WITHDRAWN Variation of Archaeal Populations Along a Salinity Gradient in the Pearl River Estuary China Implications for Synergy Between Different Metabolic Processes C Zhang 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0056 POSTER Seasonal Variations of Atmospheric Black Carbon Concentrations and Implications for Nutrient Inputs and Organic Carbon Partitioning in the Marine Coastal Ecosystem of Halong Bay North Vietnam X Mari C V Thuoc B P Guinot J Brune J P Lefebvre P Raimbault J Niggemann T Dittmar 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0057 POSTER DOC Molecule Transporter and Transformation in Marine Microbes Q Zheng N Jiao 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0058 POSTER Factors Influencing the Formation of Corrosive Conditions in Puget Sound and the Extreme Conditions Observed During Summer 2015 Associated with the NE Pacific Warm Anomaly (a.k.a. The Blob) S R Alin B Curry J Newton R A Feely A Sutton 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0059 POSTER Impact of Wet Deposition of Black Carbon on Particle Dynamics in Surface Waters of Halong Bay North Vietnam X Mari B P Guinot C V Thuoc J Brune J P Lefebvre P Raimbault J Niggemann T Dittmar 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0060 POSTER WITHDRAWN Diversity and Distribution of Sediment ureC-Harboring Microbiota in the Northern South China Sea X Wei Wednesday 4 00 P.M. B34A Poster Hall From Plankton Food Webs to Global Biogeochemical Cycles Using Mechanistic Understanding to Scale Up Microbial and Planktonic Processes II Posters (joint with ME PP) Moderators Moira Decima Scripps Institution of Oceanography Michael Stukel Horn Point Laboratory Pablo Serret University of Vigo Carol Robinson The University of East Anglia 4 00 P.M. B34A-0328 POSTER Seasonal changes in zooplankton swimmer community collected by sediment trap moored in the western North Pacific Ocean N Yokoi M C Honda K Matsuno A Yamaguchi 4 00 P.M. B34A-0329 POSTER Effects of Phytoplankton Growth Phase on the Formation and Properties of Marine Snow Q W Montgomery K W Proctor J C Prairie 4 00 P.M. B34A-0330 POSTER Effects of Phytoplankton Growth Phase on Delayed Settling Behavior of Marine Snow Aggregates at Sharp Density Transitions K W Proctor Q W Montgomery J C Prairie 4 00 P.M. B34A-0331 POSTER Characterizing seasonal contribution of particles from the surface ocean to the mesopelagic food web through amino acid compound specific isotopic analysis and 234Thorium measurements K C Grabb C R benitez-Nelson J Drazen H G Close C C Hannides C A Ka apu-Lyons B Umhau B N Popp 4 00 P.M. B34A-0332 POSTER How do changes in plankton community structure influence the biological pump A mesocosm study P Stange J Taucher L T Bach T Boxhammer U Riebesell 4 00 P.M. B34A-0333 POSTER Comparison of Productivity Plankton Types and Carbon Export Mechanisms in two Different Regimes of Subtropical North Atlantic a Modeling Study B Salihoglu V C Yumruktepe 4 00 P.M. B34A-0334 POSTER The importance of diel vertical migrations of mesozooplankton for supporting a mesopelagic ecosystem an Inverse Modeling Approach in the California Current T B Kelly P C Davison M R Landry M D Ohman R Goericke M R Stukel 4 00 P.M. B34A-0335 POSTER The biological pump and lower trophic level controls on carbon cycling in Lake Superior Insights from a multi-pronged study K M Schreiner A Bramburger T Ozersky C Sheik B A Steinman 4 00 P.M. B34A-0336 POSTER Investigating the Trophic Ecology of the Fish Genus Cyclothone in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre Using Stable Isotope Techniques K Gloeckler W Ko C A Choy C C Hannides H G Close B N Popp J Drazen 4 00 P.M. B34A-0337 POSTER Are changes in the phytoplankton community structure altering the flux of CO2 in regions of the North Atlantic C Ostle P Landschutzer M Johnson U Schuster A J Watson M Edwards C Robinson 4 00 P.M. B34A-0338 POSTER Seawater Respiration Carbon Flux Nutrient Retention Efficiency and Heterotrophic Energy Production in the Peruvian Upwelling T T Packard N Osma I Fern ndezUrruzola L A Codispoti J P Christensen M G mez 4 00 P.M. B34A-0339 POSTER Short Term INT-Formazan Production as a Proxy for Marine Prokaryote Respiration R Cajal-Medrano J Villegas-Mendoza H Maske Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0061 POSTER Impacts of shrimp farming cultivation cycles on benthic assemblages and chemistry of sediments V Hatje L Ribeiro F Barros 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0062 POSTER Magnitude of the Suess Effect in North Atlantic - a Study of Foraminifera and Transient Tracer Simulations Y Zhou D Oppo G Gebbie D J Thornalley 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0063 POSTER Impacts of the Nutrient Inputs from Riverine on the Dynamic and Community Structure of Fungal-like Protists in the Coastal Ocean Ecosystems Y Duan G Wang N Xie 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0064 POSTER The Role of Cable Bacteria on Porewater Acidity in an Organic Rich Coastal Sediment S Malkin A M F Rao D Seitaj L D Burdorf S Hidalgo-Martinez A Tramper F J R Meysman 4 00 P.M. AH34A-0065 POSTER Spatial patterns in water column respiration rates in the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone results from four years of July shelfwide cruises B J Roberts A Chelsky M W Rich M K Rogener S B Joye N N Rabalais 154 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. B34A-0340 POSTER Respiration and growth-efficiency of coastal prokaryote communities in continuous cultures under different growth rates and temperatures H Maske R CajalMedrano J Villegas-Mendoza 4 00 P.M. B34A-0341 POSTER Effect of deep water nutrient enrichment on plankton metabolism in the N and S Atlantic gyres P Serret L Jose C Harris P K Lange G Tarran R Thomas M Zubkov 4 00 P.M. B34A-0342 POSTER Respiration and carbon dynamics of free-living and particle-attached bacteria in coastal waters of NE Pacific C Guo Y Ke H Liu 4 00 P.M. B34A-0343 POSTER The effects of light primary production and temperature on bacterial production at Station ALOHA D A Viviani M J Church 4 00 P.M. B34A-0344 POSTER GEL-LIKE PARTICLES DOMINATE PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON IN THE OCEAN S INTERIOR -- EVIDENCE FROM SUBTROPICAL AND EQUATORIAL REGIONS OF THE CENTRAL PACIFIC Y Yamada T Yokokawa H Ogawa T Nagata 4 00 P.M. B34B-0354 POSTER Dimensions of biodiversity of oceanic nitrogen cycling nutrient co-limitation nitrogen substrate preferences and more. J Zehr M M Mills I N Shilova K Turk-Kubo J Robidart G van Dijken K M Bjorkman D B Whitt B Wai J Pampin Baro M Hogan I Rapp E Zakem A Fredrickson B Leahy M Linney A Santiago M J Follows E P Achterberg Z Kolber M J Church K R Arrigo 4 00 P.M. B34B-0355 POSTER Differential Effects of Nitrate (NO3-) Ammonium (NH4 ) and Urea on Phytoplankton Communities in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre M M Mills I N Shilova J Robidart K M Bjorkman G van Dijken K Turk-Kubo Z Kolber E P Achterberg M J Church K R Arrigo J P Zehr 4 00 P.M. B34B-0356 POSTER Nitrate isotopic composition across a North-South transect in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean Significance of nitrogen input through N2 fixation D Fonseca Batista F Fripiat F Deman F Dehairs 4 00 P.M. B34B-0357 POSTER Identifying organism involved in new and regenerated production using TAG-SIP M Morando D G Capone 4 00 P.M. B34B-0358 POSTER Responses of photosynthetic assemblage structure and physiology to variations in nitrogen substrates Y M Rii R Bidigare M J Church 4 00 P.M. B34B-0359 POSTER Microbial utilization of nitrogen in cold core eddies size does matter A McInnes L F Messer L Laiolo B Laverock O Laczka M V Brown J Seymour M Doblin 4 00 P.M. B34B-0360 POSTER Scaling up marine nitrogen fixation from growth processes to global models S Rabouille A Oschlies 4 00 P.M. B34B-0361 POSTER Implications of a More Comprehensive Nitrogen Cycle in a Global Biogeochemical Ocean Model K D Six T Ilyina 4 00 P.M. B34B-0362 POSTER Probabilistic Estimates of Global Marine N2O Emissions within the Bern3D Earth System Model of Intermediate Complexity (Invited) K M Keller G Battaglia F Joos 4 00 P.M. B34B-0363 POSTER Insight into nitrous oxide production processes in the western North Pacific based on a marine ecosystem isotopomer model C Yoshikawa Y Sasai M Wakita M C Honda T Fujiki N Harada A Makabe S Matsushima S Toyoda N Yoshida N O Ogawa H Suga N Ohkouchi 4 00 P.M. B34B-0364 POSTER Estimating 15N of remineralized NO3- in water masses of the eastern tropical south Pacific using NO3- isotope measurements from the GEOTRACES Eastern Pacific Zonal Transect B D Peters K L Casciotti M A Altabet J Larkum 4 00 P.M. B34B-0365 POSTER THE USE OF BENTHIC INFAUNA TO PREDICT ESTUARINE DENITRIFICATION ORGANISMAL AND SYSTEM SCALE ANALYSIS T M Dornhoffer C D Meile 4 00 P.M. B34B-0366 POSTER Nitrogen Fixation by Anaerobes is Stimulated by Low Oxygen and Insensitive to Combined Nitrogen in Coastal Sediments B D Jenkins R Spinette A Jones G Puggioni A Ehrlich S M Brown 4 00 P.M. B34B-0367 POSTER Seven persistent misconceptions about Ocean Nourishment I Jones Wednesday 4 00 P.M. B34B Poster Hall The Current and Future Nitrogen Cycle From Microbes to the Global Ocean III Posters (joint with IS MM PC PP) Moderators Lauren Zamora NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Wolfgang Koeve GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. B34B-0345 POSTER Potential effects of anthropogenic nitrogen on northern Indian Ocean nitrous oxide emissions L M Zamora P Suntharalingam H W Bange S Bikkina L Resplandy M Sarin S Schmidtko S Seitzinger A Singh 4 00 P.M. B34B-0346 POSTER Nitrogen isotopic composition of nitrate in the South China Sea A clue to the origin of nitrogen Z Yang J Chen M Chen L Ran H Li Y Zhu C Wang Z Ji J Zhang D Zhang 4 00 P.M. B34B-0347 POSTER Variable Influence of Light on the Activity of Ammonia-Oxidizing Thaumarchaeota in the North Pacific Ocean R Horak W Qin A Bertagnolli A Nelson W H Jeffrey A E Ingalls D Stahl A Devol 4 00 P.M. B34B-0348 POSTER A time series of urea degradation nitrification and nitrous oxide concentrations off the coast of Southern California S M Laperriere M Morando T Gunderson D G Capone A E Santoro 4 00 P.M. B34B-0349 POSTER Biogeochemical processing of nitrogen transformation including nitrogen fixation and nitrification in the western part of the South China Sea M Wu Sr 4 00 P.M. B34B-0350 POSTER Temporal Variability in Nitrogen Fixation and Particulate Nitrogen Export at Station ALOHA (Invited) J E Dore D B ttjer D M Karl R M Letelier C Mahaffey S T Wilson J P Zehr M J Church 4 00 P.M. B34B-0351 POSTER N2 Fixation in the North Equatorial Current of West Pacifc R Zhang M Chen 4 00 P.M. B34B-0352 POSTER Cold Fixation Reconciliation of Nitrogen Fixation Rates and Diazotroph Assemblages in the Arctic Ocean A A Fong A Waite B Rost K U Richter 4 00 P.M. B34B-0353 POSTER Deepwater Nitrogen Fixation Who s Doing it Where and Why J P Montoya S Weber A Vogts M Voss M Saxton S B Joye 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 155 Scientific Program Wednesday 4 00 P.M. CT34A Poster Hall Sources and Sinks of Reactive Oxygen Species in the Ocean Is seawater a radical solution (Zafiriou 1987) Revisited Posters (joint with MM) Moderators Leanne Powers Skidaway Institute of Oceanography William Miller National Science Foundation Colleen Hansel Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. CT34A-0175 POSTER Paradoxical Effects of Seawater Temperature and Solar Irradiance on the Photo-degradation State of Senescent Phytoplankton M A Galeron R Amiraux J F Rontani C Jeanthon F Vaultier 4 00 P.M. CT34A-0176 POSTER Concentrations and Fluxes of Reactive Oxygen Species on the Mauritanian Shelf M I Heller K Wuttig P L Croot 4 00 P.M. CT34A-0177 POSTER Molecular probe measurements of photochemical production of one-electron reducing intermediates from chromophore dissolved organic matter relation to O2- and H2O2 production Y Zhang N V Blough 4 00 P.M. CT34A-0178 POSTER Relating the Photochemical Production of Superoxide and Hydrogen Peroxide to the Photooxidation of Dissolved Organic Carbon in the Ocean L Powers W L Miller 4 00 P.M. CT34A-0179 POSTER Detection of Non-Photochemical Superoxide in Coastal and Open Ocean Seawater Particulate Versus Dissolved Sources K L Roe T Rand C M Hansel B M Voelker 4 00 P.M. CT34A-0180 POSTER Extracellular Production of Reactive Oxygen Species by Marine Microbiota R J Schneider K L Roe B M Voelker C M Hansel 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0187 POSTER Colloidal Pumping as a Removal Process of Dissolved Iron a Model Study K Misumi A Burd M C Long J K Moore K T Lindsay D Tsumune T Tsubono 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0188 POSTER Aluminum and Manganese Distributions in the Solomon Sea Results from the 2012 PANDORA Cruise S M Michael J A Resing C Jeandel F Lacan 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0189 POSTER Dissolved zinc and its speciation in the coastal hydrothermal area of Japan H Obata T Kim T Gamo S Takeda 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0190 POSTER Mercury profiles in the Arctic Ocean near the Lomonosov Ridge J Jeremiason K G rdfeldt 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0191 POSTER Whether metal (Pb Cd Zn) binding property of natural organic matter is source-dependent--A study based on spectroscopy potentiometry and voltammetry W Chen C Gueguen S Smith 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0192 POSTER Distribution of Bioactive Trace Metals (Fe Co Ni Cu and Zn) in the semiarid Kuwait Bay stressed by natural and anthropogenic processes T F Al-Said T Pokavanich A Al-Hashem R Kedila 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0193 POSTER Dimethylmercury A Source of Monomethylmercury in Fog Mechelle Johnson BS in progress Math and Science Kirkwood Community College Cedar Rapids IA and Kenneth Coale PhD Chemical Oceanography Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Moss Landing CA M Johnson 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0194 POSTER Concurrent Diurnal Variations of High-molecular-weight Dissolved Arsenic and Organic Phosphorus in the Upper Euphotic Zone C P Lee C Y Cheng L S Wen 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0195 POSTER Distributions and Sources of Heavy Metals and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Surface Sediments of Luan River Estuary North China X Duan 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0196 POSTER Dissolved gaseous Hg and mercury speciation in the Mediterranean Sea temporal and spatial trends over 15 years of observations J Kotnik 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0197 POSTER Determination of the side-reaction coefficient of the trihydroxamate siderophore desferrioxamine B in metal-free seawater J Schijf S M Burns 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0198 POSTER Zinc complexing ligands in rivers in pristine peatland areas in Borneo and rivers with agricultural and industrial anthropogenic influence in Tropical South East Asia Elucidating the connection to oceanic regional and global distributions of Zinc ligands and bioavailable Zinc G G Carrasco M Chen 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0199 POSTER Copper Speciation Results From The U.S. GEOTRACES Eastern Tropical South Pacific Cruise A Ruacho R Bundy K Barbeau C Parker K W Bruland S Roshan J Wu 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0200 POSTER Iron-Virus Interactions in the Oceans C C Bonnain K N Buck M Breitbart 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0201 POSTER Investigating feedbacks between natural metal-binding organic ligands and particle dissolution in central California coast seawater S Caprara J N Fitzsimmons D Ohnemus B S Twining D Chappell R M Sherrell D Monticelli K N Buck 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0202 POSTER WITHDRAWN Remobilization of heavy metals in sediments of the Thames Estuary (UK) from historic coastal landfills A Machado F O Shea C Zarfl K Spencer Wednesday 4 00 P.M. CT34B Poster Hall Trace Metal Speciation in Seawater Measurements Modeling and Impact on Marine Biogeochemistry III Posters (joint with B EC) Moderators David Turner University of Gothenburg Stan van den Berg University of Liverpool Rachel Shelley University of Western Brittany Christian Schlosser GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0181 POSTER Selenium Cycling in Low Oxygen Waters of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Z R Wambaugh G A Cutter 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0182 POSTER Dissolved Low-Molecular Weight Thiol Concentrations from the U.S. GEOTRACES North Atlantic Ocean Zonal Transect C H Lamborg 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0183 POSTER Dissolved Strontium and Barium in Fresh and Saltwater a 2-year Study in the Calcasieu River to the Gulf of Mexico S He Y J Xu 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0184 POSTER U.S. GEOTRACES Distribution of Mercury Species in the Western Arctic Ocean A M Agather C R Hammerschmidt C H Lamborg K L Bowman 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0185 POSTER Distributions and Geochemical Cycles of Platinum in Estuaries and Rivers of Tokyo and Otsuchi Areas Japan A S Mashio H Obata H Tazoe T Gamo 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0186 POSTER Sampling in the Middle Adriatic Sea Relations Between Mercury and Microbial Species J Kotnik I Zivkovic M Horvat M Solic V Fajon Scientific Program 156 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. CT34B-0203 POSTER Modeling of Complexometric Titration Data Applications and Implications of New Computational Tools and Thermodynamic Data R Hudson D Omanovic M Kogut B M Voelker Monitoring Data to Improve Our Understanding of Overall Regional Estuary Environmental Status D H Dasher T J Lomax A Bethe S Jewett M Hoberg Wednesday 4 00 P.M. EC34A Poster Hall Coastal Oceanography through Integrated Data Analysis II Posters (joint with A ME OD PO) Moderators Aida Alvera-Azcarate Universit de Li ge Ryan McCabe University of Washington Yonggang Liu University of South Florida 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1155 POSTER Circulation in the Southwestern Atlantic Continental Shelf satellite altimetry L Ruiz-Etcheverry M Saraceno 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1156 POSTER A data-derived forecast model of surface currents in a semi-enclosed bay (Yeosu Bay Republic of Korea) S I Won S Y Kim 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1157 POSTER Reconstruction of Missing Pixels in Satellite Images Using the Data Interpolating Empirical Orthogonal Function (DINEOF) X Liu M Wang 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1158 POSTER Optics of the Offshore Columbia River Plume from Glider Observations and Satellite Imagery G Saldias R K Shearman J A Barth N Tufillaro 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1159 POSTER TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION OF RESIDUAL CURRENT INDUCED BYDREDGING CONSTRUCTION IN THE FRONT AREA OF INCHEON NEW PORT SOUTH KOREA J S Park S B Woo J W Kim J I Song B I Yoon H K Kwon H I Kim 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1160 POSTER Real-Time Ocean Prediction System for the East Coast of India H V Warrior 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1161 POSTER Scatterometer-based High Resolution Ocean Wind Forcing A Trindade M Portabella A Stoffelen J de Kloe 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1162 POSTER Turbulent Flow Regimes of a Coastal Boundary Layer Observations and Models C Brandini S Taddei B Doronzo M Fattorini F Serafino L Costanza 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1163 POSTER Investigating the Response of a Density Field to Variable Forcing Conditions in a River-Dominated Microtidal Estuary Mobile Bay AL J Coogan B Dzwonkowski 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1164 POSTER Interaction between Fresh and Sea Water in Tidal Influenced Navigation Channel J H H Hwang K NamHoon 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1165 POSTER Tidal and subtidal interaction between riverine and ocean forcings in a subtropical estuary J Laurel Castillo A Valle-Levinson 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1166 POSTER Integrated Coastal Data at NOAA s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) K J Stroker S Mesick 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1167 POSTER Study of the warm Kuroshio Current intruding into the cold Zhemin Coastal Currents through multidiscipline approach including satellite mooring and shipboard profiling data R T T Hsu J T Liu S Shang S Yang X Du Y Wang Y Chang 4 00 P.M. EC34A-1168 POSTER Are there Benefits to Combining Regional Probabalistic Survey and Historic Targeted Environmental Wednesday 4 00 P.M. EC34B Poster Hall Coasts in Crisis Sea Level Rise and Inundation and the Drivers for Adaptation III Posters (joint with HI MG PC PO) Moderators Charles Lemckert Griffith University S Jeffress Williams U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Science Center 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1169 POSTER Identifying hotspots of coastal risk and evaluating DRR measures results from the RISC-KIT project A Van Dongeren P Ciavola C Viavattene S Dekleermaeker G Martinez O Ferreira C Costa 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1170 POSTER Towards a Comparitive Index of Seaport Climate-Risk Development of Indicators from Open Data R D McIntosh 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1171 POSTER Impacts of Storm Surges on the Hoover Dike of Lake Okeechobee Y Li 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1172 POSTER A Changing Coastline Using GIS to Evaluate the Primary Causes of Increased Coastal Erosion in the Minas Basin Nova Scotia E K Wilson P S Hill 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1173 POSTER Microfossil Record of the Tropical Cyclone Pam Deposit from Vanuatu Implications for Documenting Long-Term Records of South Pacific Storms T J Kosciuch J Pilarczyk H M Fritz I Hong B Horton A Rarai M J Harrison F R Jockley 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1174 POSTER Modelling the 2013 Typhoon Haiyan Storm Surge Effect of Waves Offshore Winds Tide Phase and Translation Speed P H T Bilgera C Villanoy O Cabrera 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1175 POSTER Total Water Level Fun Facts The Relative Contribution of Extreme Total Water Levels Along the US West Coast K Serafin P Ruggiero H F Stockdon 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1176 POSTER Investigating the environmental and socioeconomic impacts of sea level rise in the Galveston Bay Texas region M Subedee M Dotson J C Gibeaut 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1178 POSTER Spring High Tides and Inundation Risk at Four Northeastern Coastal National Parks N Statler A L Babson 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1179 POSTER A Coastal Risk Assessment Framework Tool to Identify Hotspots at the Regional Scale A Van Dongeren C Viavattene J A Jimenez O Ferreira A Bolle D Owen S Priest 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1180 POSTER Assessing the Impacts of Coastal Erosion Passive Inundation and Dynamic Wave Inundation under Higher Sea Level in Hawaii C H Fletcher II T R Anderson M Barbee 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1181 POSTER Increasing trend of storm surge along East China Coast and its causes S N Chou L Y Oey 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1182 POSTER Anthropogenic sea level rise and adaptation in the Yangtze estuary H Cheng J Chen Z Chen R Ruan G Xu G Zeng J Zhu Z Dai S Gu X Zhang H Wang 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 157 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1177 POSTER Investigating Typhoon Induced River-Surge Interactions in the Tamsui Estuary Taiwan J H Maskell J Grieser J Rodney N J Howe 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1183 POSTER Seawall Fronted Barrier Island Response to Hurricane Forcing under Rising Sea Level S M Smallegan J L Irish A Van Dongeren 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1184 POSTER Let the oyster reefs tell their story- a novel approach to reconstructing coastal environmental histories A M Jalowska B A McKee A B Rodriguez J T Ridge 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1185 POSTER Land Creation in the Pearl River Delta Macau s Case C Balsas 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1186 POSTER Exploring Options for an Integrated Water Level Observation Network in Alaska M McCammon 4 00 P.M. EC34B-1187 POSTER Engaging stakeholders in coastal adaptation planning in light of climate change in the Pacific Northwest Comparing Knowledge to Action Networks for two coastal communities J Evans-Wilent Bohai Sea China M Liu D Fan Z Han Y Liao B Chen Z Yang 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1198 POSTER Distribution of Surface Sediment in the Bohai Sea and its Relationship with Sediment Supply and Sedimentary Dynamic Environment P Yuan H Wang N Bi X WU 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1199 POSTER THE PROCESS OF MAGMATIC ACTIVITY OF THE EQUATORIAL REGIONS IN THE EAST PACIFIC RISE L Ai Z Han 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1200 POSTER Land-Sea Sedimentary Facies Transition at the Mouth of a Small Mountain River on the West Coast of Taiwan Since 50 000 yr BP R Yang J T Liu D Fan G Burr H L Lin T Chen 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1201 POSTER Settling characteristics of finegrained sediments used in Louisiana coastal land building and restoration projects M Ghose Hajra 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1202 POSTER Riverine Sediment Pulsing and PlantSediment Interactions Drive Changes in Sediment Dynamics in Naturally Created Deltas C Elliton K Xu V H Rivera-Monroy E Castaneda R Twilley 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1203 POSTER Overburden-driven Late Holocene Compaction in the Mississippi Delta Z Shen E L Chamberlain T E Tornqvist B Mauz S McKinley 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1204 POSTER Characterization and Modeling of Settling Consolidation and Suspension to Optimize Sediment Retention of Sediment Diversions for Coastal Restoration X Sha K Xu S J Bentley P Robichaux 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1205 POSTER Storm-driven delivery of sediment to the continental slope Numerical modeling for the northern Gulf of Mexico C K Harris T A Kniskern H Arango 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1206 POSTER Sediment infilling of Louisiana continental-shelf dredge pits a record of sedimentary processes in the Northern Gulf of Mexico M C O Connor S J Bentley K Xu J Obelcz C Li M D Miner 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1207 POSTER Geochronology of Mudflow Deposits on the Mississippi River Delta Front Louisiana USA G P Keller S J Bentley K Xu I Y Georgiou M D Miner J Obelcz J M Maloney Wednesday 4 00 P.M. EC34C Poster Hall Geological and Biogeochemical Dynamics in Major Deltaic Coasts II Posters (joint with B MG) Moderators Kehui Xu Louisiana State University Zhongyuan Chen East China Normal University 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1188 POSTER Distribution deposition flux and budget of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the Yangtze River estuarine-inner shelf of the East China Sea Z Guo T Lin L Hu 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1189 POSTER Soil organic carbon accumulation and influencing factors at the saltmarsh of Yangtze Estuary X Li J Jiang L Xue 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1190 POSTER WITHDRAWN Remobilization of Metals from Tidal Flats of the Changjiang (the Yangtze River) Estuary during Simulated Sediment Resuspension I Jurina S U Pradhan J Qu Q Zhu J Zhang 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1191 POSTER Optical dating of Holocene sediments from the Changjiang (Yangtze) delta China X Nian W Zhang Z Wang 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1192 POSTER Terrestrial Particulate Organic Matter Degradation in Estuarine and Coastal Areas Coupling Lipid Tracers and Molecular Tools to Better Understand Deltaic Biogeochemical Cycles M A Galeron J K Volkman J F Rontani O Radakovitch B Charriere R Amiraux 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1193 POSTER Optical and Gravimetric Partitioning of Coastal Ocean Suspended Particulate Inorganic Matter (PIM) R H Stavn X Zhang A U Falster D J Gray J J Rick R W Gould Jr 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1194 POSTER Sediment dispersal and accumulation off the present Huanghe (Yellow River) subdelta as impacted by the Water-sediment Regulation Scheme X WU H Wang N Bi 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1195 POSTER Dynamics of Large River-Derived Sediments in the Yellow Sea Z Zang H Wang N Bi Z G G Xue X Wu Y Zhang 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1196 POSTER Sediment Transport and Dispersal Pattern from the Bohai Sea to the Yellow Sea A Wang H Wang N Bi X WU 4 00 P.M. EC34C-1197 POSTER The Environment Quality Speciation and their Origins of Heavy Metals in Surficial Sediments in Central Scientific Program Wednesday 4 00 P.M. EC34D Poster Hall Present and Future Coastal and Inland Aquatic Remote Sensing for Science and Societal Benefit IV Posters (joint with B HI IS PO) Moderators Wesley Moses Naval Research Laboratory Jorge Vazquez NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Tiffany Moisan NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1208 POSTER Hyperspectral Atmospheric Correction using L2gen A Ibrahim B A Franz Z Ahmad R J Healy B C Gao 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1209 POSTER Accuracy Of Radiometric Calibration Of Ocean Color Satellite Sensors Using AERONET-OC Data M Ottaviani A Gilerson R Foster C Carrizo J Chowdhary S Ahmed 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1210 POSTER VIIRS validation and algorithm development efforts in coastal and inland Waters E Stengel M Ondrusek 158 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1211 POSTER Remote Sensing of Suspended Sediment Dynamics in the Mississippi Sound D N Merritt A D Skarke S Silwal P Dash 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1212 POSTER Water leaving reflectance retrievals from MODIS VIIRS and Landsat8 data acquired over coastal waters B C Gao R R Li 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1213 POSTER Exploring the Whiting Features of SW Florida Through Remote Sensing Techniques and Field Measurements J Long C Hu L L Robbins 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1214 POSTER Inferring Discharge at River Mouths from Water Surface Height Measurements R Branch A HornerDevine C C Chickadel 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1215 POSTER Seasonal and Inter-Annual Patterns of Chlorophyll and Phytoplankton Community Structure in Monterey Bay CA Derived from AVIRIS Data During the 2013-2015 HyspIRI Airborne Campaign S L Palacios D R Thompson R M Kudela K Negrey L S Guild B C Gao R O Green J L Torres-Perez 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1216 POSTER State-of-the-Art Optical Data Collection using the Compact-Propulsion Option for Profiling Systems (C-PrOPS) A L Olivier S B Hooker K Suzuki J H Morrow 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1217 POSTER Correcting Bidirectional Effects in Remote Sensing Reflectance from Coastal Waters K H Stamnes Y Fan W Li K J Voss C K Gatebe 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1218 POSTER Retrieval of Atmospheric and Marine Parameters in Coastal and Inland Aquatic Environments from Geostationary Platforms Challenges and Opportunities K H Stamnes W Li Y Fan Z Lin C K Gatebe 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1219 POSTER Simulation of Glint Reflectance and Determination of Water Surface Roughness over Turbid Coastal and Inland Aquatic Systems Z Lin K H Stamnes W Li C K Gatebe R Poudyal 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1220 POSTER Using Radar Remote Sensing to Map Wetlands in the Chesapeake Bay B T Lamb 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1221 POSTER Application synergies between the NASA Pre- Aerosol Cloud and ocean Ecosystem (PACE) and Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) missions C M Lee A H Omar S J Hook M Tzortziou J C Luvall W Turner 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1222 POSTER Flagging optically shallow pixels for improved analysis of ocean color data L I W McKinna 4 00 P.M. EC34D-1223 POSTER Monitoring of Water Quality in High Turbid Waters Using Coupled Atmospheric-hydroptical Models and Remote Sensing Observations (Case study The Wadden Sea) B Arabi S Salama B Bayat W Verhoef 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1678 POSTER Can Ozzie the Ostrich Prepare the Public for Better Learning about Climate Change R F Chen D S Lustick J Lohmeier L Lockwood 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1679 POSTER Ocean Filmmaking Camp Duke Marine Lab Building Community with Ocean Science for a Better World M De Oca S Noll 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1680 POSTER The National Ocean Sciences Bowl An Effective Model for Engaging High School Students in Ocean Science A E Holloway 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1681 POSTER Climate Change and Arctic Issues in the Marine and Environmental Science Curriculum at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy L Vlietstra M C McConnell D L Bergondo K L Mrakovcich V Futch B S Stutzman C M Fleischmann 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1682 POSTER Climate Adaptation Training for Natural Resource Professionals H L Sorensen N Meyer 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1683 POSTER Promoting Climate And Data Literacy University Courses Engaging Students In Effective Teaching Learning Communication And Outreach Practices C Halversen J D McDonnell J K Apple E L Weiss 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1684 POSTER Ocean Connections with the Historic Whaling Ship Charles W. Morgan M M Whitney 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1685 POSTER Ocean Sciences Sequence for Grades 6 8 Climate Change Curriculum Developed Through a Collaboration Between Scientists and Educators C Halversen E L Weiss S Pedemonte 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1686 POSTER WITHDRAWN Floating Classroom Outreach as an Introduction to Ocean Studies M McFadden 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1687 POSTER A community engagement project in an undergraduate oceanography course to increase engagement and representation in marine science among high school students C D Clark J C Prairie S Walters 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1688 POSTER Increasing ocean sciences in K and 1st grade classrooms through ocean sciences curriculum aligned to A Framework for K-12 Science Education and implementation support S Pedemonte E L Weiss ED34B Poster Hall Novel and Creative Outreach Methods and Models II Posters (joint with EC IS ME O) Moderators Hayley Schiebel University of Massachusetts Boston Sarah Rosengard Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1689 POSTER The 360 Degree Fulldome Production Clockwork Ocean B Baschek R Heinsohn D Opitz T Fischer T Baschek 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1690 POSTER Seafood Wars Reviving a Tired Sustainability Education Program with Pop Culture Techniques L W Peart 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1691 POSTER The Ocean Acidification Curriculum Collection sharing ocean science resources for k-12 classrooms P Williams 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1692 POSTER Brokering Relationships Broadening Impacts COSEE Florida s Ocean Science Learning Network V J Paul L Diederick Wednesday 4 00 P.M. ED34A Poster Hall Integrating Ocean and Climate Science across the Pipeline K-Graduate Level and Informal Education Initiatives II Posters Moderators Gail Scowcroft University of Rhode Island William Spitzer New England Aquarium David Lustick University of Massachusetts Lowell Rachel Luther University of Southern Mississippi 4 00 P.M. ED34A-1677 POSTER Building a Global Ocean Science Education Network G A Scowcroft P T Tuddenham R Pizziconi 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 159 Scientific Program Wednesday 4 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1693 POSTER Where the Ocean Meets the Girl Guides Exploring the Interface Between Teaching Science and Using Specialized Programs to Engage Girls in Ocean Literacy M S Pelz N Ewing E Davidson M Hoeberechts 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1694 POSTER Outreach Through Action Using Citizen Science Pathways to Educate and Engage the Public While Collecting Real Data A Wickline 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1695 POSTER Engaging Local Organizations in Science-Driven Oceanographic Data Collection Summer 2015 in Norwalk and Westport CT S R Schmidt M M Whitney 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1696 POSTER Clubes de Ciencia Intensive science workshops in Mexico provide a unique opportunity for teaching scientific and cultural exchange I Le Bras S Rosengard M Estefania A Jinich 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1697 POSTER A Coastal Citizen Science Project How to run an international Citizen Science Project K Kruse K Knickmeier M Thiel M Gatta 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1698 POSTER Incorporating Hot Topics in Ocean Sciences to Outreach Activities in Marine and Environmental Science Education D L Bergondo K L Mrakovcich L Vlietstra P Tebeau C Verlinden L A Allen R James 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1699 POSTER Building an early career network through outreach projects The mon oc an & moi example M Barbieux C Scheurle M Ardyna T Harmel M Ferraris T Jessin L Lacour N Mayot E Organelli O Pasqueron De Fommervault C Penkerc h A Poteau J Uitz S Ramondec R Sauz de V Velluci H Claustre 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1700 POSTER Social media connecting ocean sciences and the general public the OceanSeaIceNPI experiment A K Pavlov M A Granskog S Gerland A Meyer S R Hudson A R sel J King P Itkin L Cohen P A Dodd L de Steur 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1701 POSTER Innovative technologies (DIY instruments and data sonification) for engaging volunteers to participate in marine environmental monitoring programs J Piera 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1702 POSTER Tactile Digital Video Globes a New Way to Outreach Oceanography A Poteau H Claustre C Scheurle T Jessin C Fontana 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1709 POSTER Short Stories About The Ocean an Art Integrated Project Into the Elementary Curriculum Using Shadow Theatre and Video M Guieu C Scheurle 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1710 POSTER Science Cafes Engaging graduate students one drink at a time H Schiebel R F Chen 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1711 POSTER Utilizing social media for informal ocean conservation and education The BioOceanography Project J Payette Wednesday 4 00 P.M. HE34A Poster Hall Macroecological Approaches to the Arctic Ocean System Changes and Implications on Biogeochemical Cycles III Posters (joint with B ME MM PC) Moderators Jeffrey Runge University of Maine Patricia Matrai Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences Eddy Carmack Fisheries and Oceans Canada 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1446 POSTER Productivity and timing of the main phenological states of the Arctic phytoplankton communities M Ardyna M Babin E Devred E Rehm M Beno t-Gagn M Gosselin J E Tremblay 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1447 POSTER Macroecology A Primer for Biological Oceanography W K W Li 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1448 POSTER Spatial and temporal scales of sea ice protists and phytoplankton distribution from the gateway Fram Strait into the Central Arctic Ocean I Peeken K Hardge T Krumpen K Metfies E M N thig B Rabe W J von Appen M Vernet 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1449 POSTER Recent Sea-ice Retreat Accelerated CO2 Uptake and Carbon Cycling in the Arctic Ocean B Chen W J Cai L Chen D Qi 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1450 POSTER Export of Algal Communities from Land Fast Arctic Sea Ice Influenced by Overlying Snow Depth and Episodic Rain Events S Neuer A R Juhl C Aumack C McHugh M Wolverton K Kinzler 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1451 POSTER Effects of an Arctic under-ice phytoplankton bloom on bio-optical properties of surface waters during the Norwegian Young Sea Ice Cruise (N-ICE2015) A K Pavlov M A Granskog S R Hudson T Taskjelle H Kauko B Hamre P Assmy C J Mundy M Nicolaus P Kowalczuk C A Stedmon 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1452 POSTER Improved Estimates of Primary Production in the Chukchi Sea K R Arrigo G van Dijken K E Lowry M M Mills 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1453 POSTER Photophysiological adaptations of polar phytoplankton and the impact on satellite-derived primary production estimates K M Lewis G van Dijken K R Arrigo 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1454 POSTER Dynamic of primary producers at a receding ice edge during early summer in the Canadian High Arctic J Charette M Gosselin M Blais M Levasseur 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1455 POSTER Modeling the sensitivity of coastal ocean Primary Production to Extreme Melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet H Oliver H Luo K S Mattingly J J Rosen P L Yager 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1456 POSTER WITHDRAWN Regional patterns of labile organic carbon flux in North American Arctic Margin (NAAM) as reflected by redox sensitive-elements distributions in sediments C Gobeil Z Z A Kuzyk M A Goni R W Macdonald Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1703 POSTER Promoting climate ocean and data literacy by hosting a CO2 buoy from NOAA s Pacific Marine Environmental Lab at the Exploratorium C L Sabine M K Miller S Maenner A Sutton 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1704 POSTER SUBMERGE bringing the ocean closer to New York City S Rosengard H Alexander C Cramer 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1705 POSTER WITHDRAWN Crystals within Crystals The Story of Sea Ice . A Classroom-Based Outreach Project Communicating Cutting-Edge Ocean Science to School Pupils B Butler 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1706 POSTER An oceanography summer school in Ghana West Africa B K Arbic J K Ansong W Johnson E S Nyadjro E Nyarko 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1707 POSTER Breaking Through Barriers for Participatory Marine Conservation P Dustan L Wheeler 4 00 P.M. ED34B-1708 POSTER Lecture No More Creative Ways to Engage New Audiences and Encourage Dialogue L Diederick V J Paul 160 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1457 POSTER Late Season Community-level Production in the Western Arctic as Constrained by High-resolution Observations of Dissolved O2 Ar L W Juranek 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1458 POSTER Loitering of the Retreating Sea Ice Edge in the Arctic Seas M Steele W S Ermold 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1459 POSTER Assessing the role of solar radiation in heating photosynthesis and photo-oxidation in upper Arctic Ocean waters via autonomous buoys V J Hill M Steele B Light 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1460 POSTER High-Frequency Observations of Phytoplankton Spring Bloom Dynamics in Baffin Bay Using Imaging Flow Cytometry P L Grondin J Ferland L Karp-Boss M Babin 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1461 POSTER Variations in the Summer Phytoplankton Community Structure in Atlantic sub-Arctic and Arctic Waters A Small C Hughes H A Bouman 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1462 POSTER Using a Coupled 1-D PhysicalBiological Model of the Chukchi Sea to Understand Recent Changes in Arctic Ocean Biogeochemistry M A Palmer L Bianucci K Fennel 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1463 POSTER WITHDRAWN Investigating the influence of Atlantic water inflow on primary production in a regional model for the Fram strait A Samuelsen 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1464 POSTER WITHDRAWN An Investigation of Mineral Dynamics in Sea Ice by Solubility Measurements B Butler H Kennedy S Papadimitriou 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1465 POSTER Mobile stationary and mixed phase tracers consequences to sea ice biogeochemistry N Jeffery S Elliott E C Hunke C Deal M Jin 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1466 POSTER Characterizing the Carbon Isotopic Composition of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon in Sea Ice Pore Water as a Carbon Source for Sea Ice Algae in the Arctic T Schollmeier K Iken M J Wooller 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1467 POSTER Ice Algal Contributions to Pelagic Production V Selz K R Arrigo K E Lowry K M Lewis 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1468 POSTER Testing a new hypothesis on the persistence of Calanus finmarchicus in the Gulf of Maine Coastal Amplification of Supply and Transport (CAST) R Ji Z Feng B Jones C Chen N Record J A Runge 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1469 POSTER Control of Diapause in Calanid Copepods Identification of Regulatory Pathways using In Silico Data Mining P H Lenz V Roncalli R R Hopcroft A E Christie 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1470 POSTER Temporal variability in lipid dynamics of three coexisting dominant krill species in the St. Lawrence Estuary J Cabrol F Aulanier R Tremblay M Starr S Plourde L Rainville G Winkler 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1471 POSTER WITHDRAWN Role of lipids for the reproductive success of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis M K Hatlebakk M Graeve B Niehoff G Johnsen J S reide 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1472 POSTER Seasonal lipid dynamics of Calanus finmarchicus and C. helgolandicus in the Norwegian Sea The role of energy for decision making in life-cycle events W Melle C Broms S Meier S M hle R Skern 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1473 POSTER Role of small-sized copepods in the lipid-driven Arctic marine food web L Boissonnot M Graeve J S reide B Niehoff 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1474 POSTER Lipid Content in Arctic Calanus a Matter of Season and Size M Daase J S reide D Freese M K Hatlebakk B J rgen P Renaud T M Gabrielsen D Vogedes 4 00 P.M. HE34A-1475 POSTER Transcriptomic Markers of Lipid Synthesis and Deposition in the Arctic Planktonic Copepod Calanus glacialis A C Bucklin A M Tarrant K R DiVito B Reese R J O Neill T Knutsen P H Wiebe Wednesday 4 00 P.M. HI34A Poster Hall Advancing Water Quality Monitoring Desalination and Forecasting in Urban Coastal and Inland Waters II Posters (joint with B EC ME OD) Moderators Paul DiGiacomo NOAA NESDIS STAR Menghua Wang NOAA College Park Steven Ackleson Naval Research Laboratory Guangming Zheng GST Inc. 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1793 POSTER Satellite Remote Sensing Detection of Coastal Pollution in Southern California Stormwater Runoff and Wastewater Plumes R C Trinh B Holt M Gierach 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1794 POSTER Metagenomic Investigation of the Microbial Community Structure and Diversity for Sentinel Coral Reefs and Urbanized Coastal Waters in Southeast Florida and Molecular Microbial Source Tracking to Characterize Potential LBSP Microbial Contaminant Influences C D Sinigalliano 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1795 POSTER Spatial-Temporal Variation of the Radiometric Color of the Largest Ten Lakes in China J Li 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1796 POSTER A Modeling Study of the San Francisco Bay and Delta Ecosystem in High and Low River Flow Years Q Liu S A Rao F Chai R C Dugdale F P Wilkerson Y Chao H Zhang 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1797 POSTER Estimation of Secchi-disk Depth Semi-analytically from Landsat-8 Data Z Lee S Shang L Qi J Yan 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1798 POSTER Assessing the spatial and temporal distribution of harmful algal blooms in Western Lake Erie A Yu C B Mouw T Moore M Twardowski J M Sullivan A Barnett N Stockley 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1799 POSTER Remote sensing of chlorophyll concentration in the Chesapeake Bay through discrimination of phytoplankton contribution to total light absorption coefficient G Zheng P M DiGiacomo M A Yuen-Murphy 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1800 POSTER Effects of increasing seawater circulation by tidal power plant operation on the water quality in the Shihwa coastal reservoir Republic of Korea B Y Lee C H Lee K T KIm 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1801 POSTER Suspended and Dissolved Matter in the Sacramento River and Delta Region Under Drought Conditions S G Ackleson W J Rhea S Blaser F P Wilkerson R C Dugdale C O Davis N B Tufillaro 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1802 POSTER Nutrients and Phytoplankton Productivity in the Sacramento River and San Francisco Bay Delta Region Under Drought Conditions F P Wilkerson S Blaser E Antell R C Dugdale C O Davis S G Ackleson W J Rhea A E Parker J Lee 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1803 POSTER Towards a real-time forecasting system for the San Francisco bay estuary and rive delta H Zhang Y Chao J D Farrara F Chai R C Dugdale F P Wilkerson Y J Zhang E Ateljevich 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 161 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1804 POSTER Urbanization and the Level of Microplastic Ingestion by Fish A Comparison of Freshwater Sunfish (Centrarchidae) from the Brazos River watershed and Pinfish (Sparidae) from the Brazos Estuary and Inshore Marine Sites Texas USA K B Rieper C A Peters S P Bratton 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1805 POSTER Water Quality Monitoring in the Execution of Canal Remediation Methods in the Florida Keys A Serna H Briceno 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1806 POSTER Changing ecosystem response to nitrogen load into Buzzards Bay MA S Williamson J E Rheuban J E Costa D M Glover S C Doney 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1807 POSTER Towards a Predictive Model for Fecal Bacteria Contamination at Rincon Public Beach Puerto Rico P Vargas S Rodriguez-Abudo J M Morell M Canals S Tamar 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1808 POSTER Phytoplankton and nutrient dynamics in Winyah Bay SC G E Boneillo S S Brooks S L Brown K M Woodford C R Wright 4 00 P.M. HI34A-1809 POSTER Evolution of long-term water quality monitoring buoys to ground truth Landsat 7 and 8 satellite observations in Boston harbor F Peri R F Chen G B Gardner P Sheldon B R Wetherill Wednesday 4 00 P.M. IS34A Poster Hall Technological Advancements in Phytoplankton Ecology Observation Techniques and Platforms Data Analysis and Interpretation and Model Development III Posters (joint with B ME OD) Moderators Jordon Beckler Mote Marine Laboratory Michael Brosnahan Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Katherine Hubbard Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Vincent Lovko Mote Marine Laboratory 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2319 POSTER WITHDRAWN Chlorophyll concentration forecasts during tropical cyclones using satellite remote sensing imagery C C Wei 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2320 POSTER Phytoplankton Temperature Adaptation Upstream or Local Temperature E van Sebille F L Hellweger B C Calfee J W Chandler E R Zinser N D Fredrick 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2321 POSTER IMPROVED METHODOLOGY FOR SEMI-AUTOMATED IDENTIFICATION OF PLANKTON AND BIOVOLUME ESTIMATION USING A DIGITAL IMAGING FLOW CYTOMETER (FlowCam) H A Wright H Nelson B Dalton 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2322 POSTER WITHDRAWN Single Cell Fluorescence Action Spectra for the Targeted Study and Isolation of Phytoplankton Within Complex Assemblages A W Thompson 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2323 POSTER A Worldwide Web-portal for Aquatic Mesocosm Facilities WWW.MESOCOSM.EU S A Berger J C Nejstgaard 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2324 POSTER Assessment of the application and efficacy of the FlowCam for zooplankton analysis R Di Mauro M J Kupchik M C Benfield 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2325 POSTER Using Particle Size Distribution and Habitat Models to Predict Phytoplankton Functional Types in the Atlantic Ocean C Brown T Moore 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2326 POSTER The Role of the Plant Hormone Benzyl Adenine to Promote Growth for the Diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana D Gutierrez Franco M Vernet R J Walters M Tan 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2327 POSTER Culture Bottle Investigations of Nutrient Enriched Oligotrophic Phytoplankton Communities Challenge Contemporary Beliefs D P Harrison 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2328 POSTER Improving Assessments of Chlorophyll Concentration From In Situ Optical Measurements S Nardelli M Twardowski 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2329 POSTER Specificity of Atmosphere Correction of Satellite Ocean Color Data in Far-Eastern Region V Kachur A I Aleksanin 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2330 POSTER The Paradox of the Prochlorococcus A Trait-Based Approach to Modeling Ecotype Niche Differentiation Via Light and Nutrient Resource Competition D Rao M J Follows 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2331 POSTER WHAT FACTORS EXPLAIN HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS OF DINOPHYSIS ALONG THE TEXAS COAST L Replogle D Henrichs L Campbell 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2332 POSTER A Simple Technique to Increase Sensitivity for Fluorometric Determination of Chlorophyll-a in Oligotrophic Environments M Sutor D Habetz Wednesday 4 00 P.M. HI34B Poster Hall The Impact of Seawater Desalination on the Marine Environment Posters (joint with EC ME) Moderators Nurit Kress Israel Oceanographic & Limnological Res Ilana Berman-Frank Bar Ilan University 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1810 POSTER Coastal Residents Perception of Seawater Desalination and Its Impacts on Coastal Ecosystems N Heck A Paytan D C Potts B Haddad 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1811 POSTER Marine monitoring at seawater desalination brine discharge sites The challenge of doing it right N Kress E Shoham-Frider 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1812 POSTER Effects of Brine Discharges on Benthonic Microbes E Bar-Zeev 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1813 POSTER Vertical Mixing of Desalination Reject Brine that Accumulates in Local Depressions in a Tidal Environment A Chow I Shrivastava E E Adams 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1814 POSTER WITHDRAWN Toxicity of Desalination Brine of Varying Ionic Compositions on Embryonic Development of Japanese Medaka (Oryzias latipes) A Kupsco D Schlenk R Sikder 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1815 POSTER Influence of internal waves on the dispersion and transport of inclined gravity currents C A R Hogg V B Pietrasz N T Ouellette J R Koseff 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1816 POSTER WITHDRAWN Salinity Tolerance of H. stipulacea - Will H. stipulacea Survive the Impacts of Desalination Plants in the Ocean M A Oscar 4 00 P.M. HI34B-1817 POSTER Impacts of effluent from Carlsbad Desalination Plant on the coastal biology and chemistry - a in-situ study of pre- and post-discharge K L Petersen A Paytan D C Potts N Heck Scientific Program 162 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2333 POSTER DEVELOPMENT OF A SANDWICH HYBRIDIZATION ASSAY TO RAPIDLY DETECT AND QUANTIFY HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM (HAB) SPECIES LINKED WITH COASTAL FISH KILLS AND PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERNS D Greenfield W J Jones R Mortensen C Doll M Reed 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2334 POSTER The new reports on life cycle of Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae) J H Kim 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2335 POSTER Dominating diatoms investigating the coupling between biogenic silica dynamics primary production and nitrate uptake in a highly productive coastal fjord K E Giesbrecht D E Varela 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2336 POSTER CHANS The Spatial-Temporal Distribution of Karenia brevis on the West Florida Coast and its Relationship to Precipitation and River Discharge N Hahlbeck G L Hitchcock G J Kirkpatrick 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2337 POSTER Comparing Ecological and Genetic Diversity Within the Marine Diatom Genus Pseudo-nitzschia A Multiregional Synthesis K Hubbard S Bruzek 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2338 POSTER Hidden diversity Resolving annual and seasonal community composition of a diatom genus in Narragansett Bay through long-term data and molecular analysis S A Flickinger T A Rynearson 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2339 POSTER A Comparison of DMSP Production in 3 Temperate Species of Phaeocystis (P. globosa P. jahnii and P. cordata) at Saturating and Sub-saturating Irradiances A N Rellinger R P Kiene 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2340 POSTER Spatio-Temporal Extent of Dinoflagellate Blooms on the West Florida Shelf R Amin S deRada B Penta 4 00 P.M. IS34A-2341 POSTER Sizing submicron suspended particles by using oblique illumination to measure optical scatter R Liao P L Roberts J S Jaffe 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0781 POSTER A Field Study of Particle Orientations in Shear Flows A R Nayak M Twardowski J M Sullivan M McFarland N Stockley S Nardelli 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0782 POSTER Tethered by Self-Generated Flow Mucus String Augmented Feeding Current Generation in Larval Oysters H Jiang J Wheeler E Anderson 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0783 POSTER Are Sediments a Source of Fukushima Radiocesium for Marine Fauna in Coastal Japan C Wang N S Fisher Z Baumann 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0784 POSTER Diatoms morphology and gene expression in turbulence D Iudicone A Amato M I Ferrante M Ribera 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0785 POSTER A priming effect of benthic gastropod mucus on sedimentary organic matter remineralization A K Hannides R C Aller 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0786 POSTER Does Habitat Structure Really Affects Macroinfaunal Benthic Assemblages F Barros L Carvalho M Loiola 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0787 POSTER The effect of enhanced carbon dioxide on the sinking and swimming of the shelled pteropod Limacina retroversa A J Bergan A Maas G L Lawson 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0788 POSTER Multivariate selection and the range limit of Alderia willowi effects of salinity interspecific competition and trait covariance J Powell P Krug 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0789 POSTER Vision and Bioluminescence in the Deep-sea Benthos T M Frank S Johnsen H Bracken-Grissom C G Messing E Widder 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0790 POSTER Interplay of Fluid Dynamics and Macrophytes and their Impact on Plankton Dynamics V Pasour L Miller 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0791 POSTER Feeding Currents generated by Cassiopea jellyfish M G Gaddam A Santhanakrishnan Wednesday 4 00 P.M. ME34A Poster Hall Biological-Physical Interactions at Organismal Scales from Sediments to the Water Column III Posters (joint with MG) Moderators Kelly Dorgan Dauphin Island Sea Lab James Eckman California Sea Grant Program Lee Karp-Boss University of Maine Lawrence Mayer Univ Maine 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0776 POSTER Metabolic responses of the Nereid polychaete Alitta succinea to hypoxia at varying temperature K Studivant 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0777 POSTER Applications of Ecophylogenetics to Benthic Communities in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Do Functional Traits Follow Phylogeny K Gadeken K M Dorgan 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0778 POSTER Functional Morphology of Eunicidan (Polychaeta) Jaws W C Clemo K M Dorgan 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0779 POSTER A case study of rhodolith beds associated with offshore NW Gulf of Mexico hard banks viewing rhodoliths as diversity-rich holobionts S Fredericq T Sauvage S Krayesky-Self W E Schmidt 4 00 P.M. ME34A-0780 POSTER Swimming under the Influence Effect of Algal Toxins on the Behavior of the Marine Ciliate Favella sp A Sterling M L Echevarria S R Borrett A R Taylor Wednesday 4 00 P.M. ME34B Poster Hall Exploration and Research and Assessment of Complex DeepSea Ecosystems Recent Advances Holistic Approaches and Future Challenges III Posters (joint with B HI MG) Moderators Christian Mohn Aarhus University Jason Chaytor US Geological Survey 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0792 POSTER Assessment of Canyon Wall Failure Process and Disturbance Gradients from Multibeam Bathymetry and Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Observations Puerto Rico and the U.S. Atlantic Continental Margin J D Chaytor A W Demopoulos U S Ten Brink A Quattrini 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0793 POSTER EVIDENCE OF TRAWL-INDUCED RESUSPENSION AT THE WHITTARD CANYON NE ATLANTIC A M Wilson K Kiriakoulakis R Raine H D Gerritsen S Blackbird A L Allcock M G White 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0794 POSTER Effective transport of event sediments from shelf to deep-sea through submarine canyon Examples from the Japan and Ryukyu trench forearc K Ikehara T Kanamatsu K Usami 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 163 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0795 POSTER Origin transport and burial of organic matter in the Whittard Canyon North East Atlantic C E Kershaw 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0796 POSTER Early benthic successional processes at implanted substrates in Barkley Submarine Canyon affected by a permanent oxygen minimum zone F Cabrera De Leo C R Smith 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0797 POSTER Ecological Functioning in Two Mid Atlantic Bight Submarine Canyons Macrofauna Community Trends and the Role of Canyon Specific Processes C Robertson J R Bourque A J Davies G Duineveld F Mienis S Brooke S W Ross A W Demopoulos 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0798 POSTER Composition Distribution and Abundance of Anthropogenic Marine Debris in Northwest Atlantic Submarine Canyons T P Heyl M S Nizinski B P Kinlan T M Shank 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0799 POSTER Exploring Mesophotic Depths Off North Philippine Sea Coral Reefs on the Benham Bank Seamount H M E Nacorda R M Dizon L A B Me ez C L Na ola Jr H B Hernandez F A T R Quimpo D O De Jesus J O O Nacorda K N Tingson P B L Roa-Chio K C E Pardo W R Y Licuanan P M Ali o 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0800 POSTER Recovery of Seamount Precious Coral Beds From Heavy Trawling Disturbance N Morgan A BacoTaylor B Roark 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0801 POSTER Seamount ecology and dynamics A multidisciplinary data set from repeated surveys at different seamounts in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean (2003 2013). C Mohn B Christiansen A Denda K H George M Kaufmann M Maranh o B Martin T Metzger F Peine A Schuster B Springer B Stefanowitsch R Turnewitsch H Wehrmann 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0802 POSTER Composition and Significance of Pteropod Ooze Deposits from Deep-Water Lophelia Reefs Blake Plateau NE Florida C L Zuccarelli A E Oleinik 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0803 POSTER Energy flow and trophic partitioning of contrasting Cold Water Coral ecosystems of the NE Atlantic E L Smith N M Dempster M Roberts S J Hennige G A Wolff K Kiriakoulakis 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0804 POSTER Looking for Larvae Above an Erupting Submarine Volcano NW Rota-1 Mariana Arc S Beaulieu M Hanson V Tunnicliffe W Chadwick E R Breuer 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0805 POSTER Unraveling the Mysteries of Oc ano Profundo New organisms ecosystems and geohazards in deep water around Puerto Rico K L Cantwell B R Kennedy A Quattrini M J Cheadle D Sowers E Lobecker M Ford G Garcia-Moliner L McKenna J D Chaytor A W Demopoulos 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0806 POSTER Hydrodynamic Environment and Ecosystem Diversity at two Deep-Sea Marine Protected Areas in Southern Biscay C Gonz lez-Pola G N Ivey N L Jones F Sanchez S M Kelly C Bluteau R Somavilla 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0807 POSTER WITHDRAWN Identification and characterization of deep sea mesopelagic scattering layers in the Gulf of Mexico using multiple-frequency broadband acoustic backscatter J D Warren K M Boswell M D Elia T Sutton 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0808 POSTER Hydrocarbon-Based Communities in the Ultra-Deep Gulf of Mexico Protecting the Asphalt Ecosystem I R MacDonald H Sahling 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0809 POSTER An Evaluation of Deep-Sea Benthic Megafaunal Communities in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Using Industrial ROVS and Video Imagery S M Sharuga M C Benfield 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0810 POSTER Application of the Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard to ROV Video Data for Enhanced Analysis of Deep-Sea Habitats in the Gulf of Mexico C Ruby A D Skarke S Mesick 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0811 POSTER Assessing Deep Sea Communities Through Seabed Imagery A Matkin K Cross M Milititsky 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0812 POSTER Exploring the Eastern United States Continental Shelf with the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration Research and Technology D Glickson S Pomponi 4 00 P.M. ME34B-0813 POSTER Field Validation of Habitat Suitability Models for Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems in the South Pacific Ocean Implications for the use of Broad-scale Models in Fisheries Management O F Anderson J M Guinotte M R Clark A A Rowden S Mormede A J Davies D Bowden Wednesday 4 00 P.M. ME34C Poster Hall Microbial Biogeochemistry of Hydrothermal Vents in Shallow and Deep Waters Commonalities and Differences Posters (joint with B) Moderators Solveig B hring MARUM - University of Bremen Andrea Koschinsky Jacobs University Bremen 4 00 P.M. ME34C-0814 POSTER Mercury in Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vent Fluids and Plumes from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans C H Lamborg K L Bowman M Yucel G W Luther III 4 00 P.M. ME34C-0815 POSTER Dissolved Fe and Fe binding ligand concentrations at the hydrothermal vent fields in the Coriolis Troughs New Hebrides Island Arc C Kleint J A Hawkes S G Sander A Koschinsky 4 00 P.M. ME34C-0816 POSTER WITHDRAWN Propagation of vent CO2 in a subtropical shallow-water ecosystem assessed by stable carbon isotopes Y F Cheng C T A Chen Y M Liao Y S Lin 4 00 P.M. ME34C-0817 POSTER Spatial scaling of bacterial community diversity at shallow hydrothermal vents a global comparison P Pop Ristova C Hassenrueck M Molari A Fink S I B hring 4 00 P.M. ME34C-0818 POSTER WITHDRAWN Physical Control of the Spatial and Temporal Diversity of Microbial Mats at a Shallow-Water Hydrothermal Vent D Giovannelli 4 00 P.M. ME34C-0819 POSTER WITHDRAWN Hydrogen Limitation Competition and Syntrophy Among Thermophiles in the Hot Subseafloor J F Holden L C Stewart B D Top uolu 4 00 P.M. ME34C-0820 POSTER Coordinated motility of cyanobacteria favor mat formation photosynthesis and carbon burial in low-oxygen high-sulfur shallow sinkholes of Lake Huron whereas deep-water aphotic sinkholes are analogs of deep-sea seep and vent ecosystems B A Biddanda A C McMillan S A Long M J Snider A D Weinke G Dick S A Ruberg Scientific Program 164 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Wednesday 4 00 P.M. ME34D Poster Hall Resolving OMZ Processes Single Cells to Ecosystems Coasts to Open Ocean I Posters (joint with B HI MM PC) Moderators Olivia Mason Florida State University Cameron Thrash Louisiana State University 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0821 POSTER Remineralization and preservation of the Organic Matter (OM) in the Peruvian Oxygen Minimum Zone M Bretagnon A Paulmier V Garcon B Dewitte C Maes F Campos E Carrasco L Coppola O Depretz de Gesincourt C Gojak J Grelet S Illig N Leblond D Lefevre P Martinez A Oschlies C Panagiotopoulos L Scouarnec F Velazco 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0822 POSTER Microbial degradation on POC flux in the eastern tropical Pacific oxygen minimum zone E Cavan M Trimmer F Shelley R Sanders 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0823 POSTER A Phosphate Minimum in the Oxygen Minimum Zone (OMZ) off Peru A Paulmier M Giraud J Sudre J Jonca V Leon O Moron B Dewitte G Lavik P Grasse M Frank L Stramma V Garcon 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0824 POSTER Location and continuity of the annual northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone influences microbial diversity L Gillies C Thrash N N Rabalais O U Mason 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0825 POSTER Anomalous 13C in POC at the chemoautotrophy maximum in the Cariaco Basin M I Scranton G T Taylor R Thunell E Tappa C R benitez-Nelson F E Muller-Karger L Lorenzoni Y M Astor 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0826 POSTER Linking Prokaryotic Assemblages and Biogeochemistry to Long-Term Declines in Chemoautotrophy in the Cariaco Basin G T Taylor E Suter S Chow D Stinton Y M Astor M I Scranton 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0827 POSTER Size really does matter effects of filter fractionation on microbial community structure in a model oxygen minimum zone M Torres Beltran 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0828 POSTER Modeling anoxic aggregates in the ocean - implications for nitrogen sulfur and trace metal cycling D Bianchi T S Weber C Deutsch 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0829 POSTER Activity and diversity of aerobic methanotrophs in a coastal marine oxygen minimum zone C C Padilla L A Bristow N D Sarode E Garcia-Robledo P R Girguis B Thamdrup F J Stewart 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0830 POSTER Denitrifying SUP05 Require Exogenous Nitrogen V Shah B X Chang R M Morris 4 00 P.M. ME34D-0831 POSTER Slow Growth and High Substrate Affinity of Anammox Bacteria in an Oxygen Minimum Zone L A Bristow C C Padilla N D Sarode F J Stewart B Thamdrup hindered settling and bedforms T J Hsu Z Cheng X Yu 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1933 POSTER Migration of Multiple Scale Bedforms in Energetic Tidal Environments K Samuelson P Traykovski 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1934 POSTER Bedform Dimensions and Suspended Sediment Observations in a Mixed Sand-Mud Intertidal Environment I D Lichtman L Amoudry T Peter B Jaco 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1935 POSTER Phase lag control of tidally reversing mega-ripple geometry and bed stress in tidal inlets P Traykovski 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1936 POSTER In-Situ Observations of CrossShore Sediment Transport in Response to Waves Along the InnerContinental Shelf Offshore from Fire Island NY S R Harrison P Traykovski J C Warner J H List 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1937 POSTER Lagrangian Measurements Simulation and Theory for Incipient Motion in Oscillatory Flows C Thaxton D P Frank J Calantoni 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1938 POSTER Interaction of Pipeline and Saturated Sandy Seabed under Progressive Waves X WANG J M Zhang 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1939 POSTER In-situ Geotechnical Characterization of Wetland Channel Cross Sections in Coastal Louisiana Using a Portable Free-fall Penetrometer C Bilici N Stark M Ghose Hajra 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1940 POSTER STURM Resuspension mesocosms with realistic bottom shear stress and water column turbulence for benthic-pelagic coupling studies Design and Applications E T Porter L P Sanford F S Porter R P Mason 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1941 POSTER Response of Muddy Sediments and Benthic Diatom-based Biofilms to Repeated Erosion Events K Valentine G Mariotti S Fagherazzi 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1942 POSTER Investigating the importance of micro-scale physical processes on macro-nutrient release from suspended estuarine sediments E Pidduck A J Manning M F Fitzsimons P J Worsfold A J Souza 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1943 POSTER Biogeochemical cycling of permeable sediments in a shelf sea environment Celtic Sea a seasonal study S Reynolds J K Klar V A Kitidis L Chapman-Greig A Panton C Thompson P J Statham G R Fones 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1944 POSTER Dynamics of Methane Bubbles in the Sediment in the Presence of Intense Internal Waves in a Stratified Ocean B Katsnelson R Katsman 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1945 POSTER Processes Determining the Spatial Distribution of Optically-Imaged Particles in the Gulf of Alaska J S Turner J L Pretty A M P McDonnell 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1946 POSTER BIOAVIALABILITY OF DOM PHOTOCHEMICALLY RELEASED FROM RESUSPENDED SEDIMENTS G B Avery Jr D H Rainey R N Mead S A Skrabal R J Kieber J D Felix J R Helms 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1947 POSTER Photorelease of Microcystin-LR From Resuspended Sediments R J Kieber L M Hartrey C Corzine G B Avery Jr R N Mead J D Felix S A Skrabal 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1948 POSTER Photolytic Release of Dissolved Vanadium and Copper from Resuspended Coastal Marine Wednesday 4 00 P.M. MG34A Poster Hall Physical and Biogeochemical Processes at the Sediment-Water Interface in Estuaries Coastal Oceans and Shelf Seas III Posters (joint with B ME TP) Moderators Laurent Amoudry National Oceanography Center Nina Stark Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Natascha Riedinger Oklahoma State University Main Campus 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1932 POSTER A numerical investigation of fine sediment resuspension in the wave boundary layer effect of 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 165 Scientific Program Sediments S A Skrabal S N Hammaker A W McBurney G B Avery Jr R J Kieber R N Mead 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1949 POSTER Photorelease and Phototransformations of Sedimentary Bound Brevetoxin (PbTx-2) Upon Resuspension R N Mead W Mickler E Probst B Avery J D Felix R J Kieber S A Skrabal 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1950 POSTER Estimating Production and Consumption of Solid Reactive Fe Phases in Marine Sediments from Concentration Profiles R Devereux K Lettmann J C Lehrter D L Beddick Jr D F Yates M Hoglund J E Rogers B Jarvis 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1951 POSTER WITHDRAWN Distinct pathways of redox changes from settling to burial in contrasting marine environments of the Gulf of California Alfonso La Paz and Pescadero basins K Choumiline T W Lyons L L Perez-Cruz 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1952 POSTER Carbonate and Silica Cementation of the Siliciclastic Sediments of the New Jersey Shelf (IODP Expedition 313) Relation with Organic Matter Diagenesis and Submarine Groundwater Discharge C Pierre M M Blanc-Valleron J Lofi 4 00 P.M. MG34A-1953 POSTER Formation of ferromanganese crust in Western Pacific Magellan Seamount Variations in redox state of Fe Mn K Yang H Park J W Kim H Baik J Kim K R Park J Yoon 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2493 POSTER Acoustic biotelemetry from Slocum Gliders M J Oliver D Haulsee M Breece J T Kohut D A Fox B Wetherbee 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2494 POSTER WITHDRAWN Development of a Short-term Suction-cup Tagging Method for Small Delphinids to Understand the Effects of Climate Ecosystem and Anthropogenic Change H C Pearson M Srinivasan 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2495 POSTER Ambient & Vessel Noise Measurement and Marine Mammal Monitoring in the Stait of Georgia British-Columbia Canada J E Moloney 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2496 POSTER Monitoring and Surveillance of Marine Invasive Species in Californian Waters by DNA Barcoding Methodological and Analytical Solutions T L Campbell J B Geller P Heller G Ruiz A Chang L McCann L Ceballos M Marraffini G Ashton K Larson S Havard K Meagher M Wheelock C Drake G Rhett 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2497 POSTER What is going on up there The Chukchi Sea Ecosystem Mooring C Janzen M McCammon S L Danielson P Winsor R R Hopcroft C Lalande K Stafford C Hauri A M P McDonnell 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2498 POSTER WITHDRAWN First Autonomous Recording of in situ Dissolved Oxygen from Free-ranging Fish D Coffey K Holland 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2599 POSTER Behavioral Response of Hermit Crabs (Clibanarius digueti) to Dissolved Carbon Dioxide H J Maier 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2500 POSTER The Sargassum Early Advisory System (SEAS) D Armstrong S C Gallegos 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2501 POSTER Automated Sargassum Detection for Landsat Imagery S McCarthy S C Gallegos D Armstrong 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2502 POSTER A Demonstration Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON) Understanding Marine Life and its Role in Maintaining Ecosystem Services (Invited) F E Muller-Karger K Iken R J Miller J E Duffy F Chavez E Montes Wednesday 4 00 P.M. OD34A Poster Hall Integrating Biological and Physicochemical Observations into the Ocean Observing Framework to Inform Understanding of Ecosystem Function and Ecosystem-Based Decision Making II Posters (joint with HI IS ME PP) Moderators Hassan Moustahfid NOAA US IOOS Rebecca Green Bureau of Ocean Energy Management New Orleans 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2486 POSTER A review of sensors samplers and methods for marine biological observations (Invited) S E Simmons F Chavez J Pearlman T B S Working Group 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2487 POSTER Biodiversity Data Interoperability Issues on the Opportunity of Exploiting O&M for Biotic Data Management A Oggioni P Tagliolato K Schleidt P Carrara S Grellet A Sarretta Wednesday 4 00 P.M. OD34B Poster Hall MBON Voyage Integrating Marine Biodiversity into Ocean Observing Systems Posters (joint with EC ME) Moderators J. Duffy Smithsonian Institution Katrin Iken University of Alaska Fairbanks Frank Muller-Karger University of South Florida Robert Miller Marine Science Institute 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2503 POSTER National Marine Sanctuaries as Sentinel Sites for a Demonstration Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON) F E Muller-Karger F Chavez S Gittings S C Doney M Kavanaugh E Montes M Breitbart B A Kirkpatrick D M Anderson M Tartt 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2504 POSTER Ichthyoplankton Time Series A Potential Ocean Observing Network to Provide Indicators of Climate Impacts on Fish Communities along the West Coast of North America J A Koslow R Brodeur J T Duffy-Anderson I Perry S jimenez Rosenberg G Aceves 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2505 POSTER Progress Towards a Global Understanding of Plankton Dynamics The Global Alliance of CPR Surveys (GACS) S Batten A Richardson C Melrose E Muxagata G Hosie H Verheye J Hall M Edwards P Koubbi R Abu-Alhaija S Chiba W Wilson R Nagappa K Takahashi Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2488 POSTER Presence Absence and Abundance in Publicly Available Data Advances in the Data Inclusion Paradigm in OBIS-USA A Benson S Bristol 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2489 POSTER A Comprehensive Data Architecture for Multi-Disciplinary Marine Mammal Research D M Palacios T Follett M Winsor B R Mate 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2490 POSTER Linkage Between Coastal Conditions and Migratory Patterns and Behavior of Atlantic Salmon Smolts Along the Halifax Line M Dever J Kocik J Zydlewski D Hebert D Stich 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2491 POSTER Ocean Tracking Network (OTN) Development of Oceanographic Data Integration with Animal Movement L Bajona 4 00 P.M. OD34A-2492 POSTER iTAG Integrating a Cloud Based Collaborative Animal Tracking Network into the GCOOS data portal in the Gulf of Mexico B A Kirkpatrick R D Currier C Simoniello 166 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2506 POSTER Demonstrating an Effective Marine Biodiversity Observation Network in the Santa Barbara Channel R J Miller 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2507 POSTER AMBON the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network K Iken S L Danielson J M Grebmeier L W Cooper R R Hopcroft K Kuletz K Stafford F J Mueter E Collins B Bluhm S E Moore R J Bochenek 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2508 POSTER BIOMETORE Project Studying the Biodiversity in the Northeastern Atlantic Seamounts A Dos Santos M Biscoito A Campos M Tuaty Guerra G Meneses A M P A Santos 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2509 POSTER The Smithsonian-led Marine Global Earth Observatory (MarineGEO) Proposed Model for a Collaborative Network Linking Marine Biodiversity to Ecosystem Processes J E Duffy 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2510 POSTER The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System Building an MBON for the Florida Keys M Howard 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2511 POSTER From Microbes to Whales Using Genomics to Track Changing Marine Biodiversity F Chavez J Port M Breitbart K Yamahara 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2512 POSTER Cryptic Coral Reef Diversity Across the Pacific Assessed using Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures and Multi-omic Methods E J Ransome M Timmers A Hartmann A Collins C Meyer 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2513 POSTER A Hierarchical and Dynamic Seascape Framework for Scaling and Comparing Ocean Biodiversity Observations M Kavanaugh F E Muller-Karger E Montes J A Santora F Chavez M Messi S C Doney 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2514 POSTER US-Canada Monitoring Network Reveals Biodiversity Patterns in Data-poor Marine Cobble-Boulder Habitats of the Coastal Northwest Atlantic R Wahle H Hunt J Tremblay M Comeau A Silva R Rochette 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2515 POSTER BisQue cloud-based system for management annotation visualization analysis and data mining of underwater and remote sensing imagery D Fedorov R J Miller K G Kvilekval 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2516 POSTER Monitoring biodiversity using ecosystem assessment surveys and regional ocean models within the California Current I D Schroeder J A Santora J C Field E L Hazen S J Bograd 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2517 POSTER Using Knowledge of Chemical and Structural Defenses of Seaweeds to Develop a Standardized Measure of Herbivory in Tropical and Subtropical Habitats V J Paul 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2518 POSTER WITHDRAWN A Blueprint for the Ecological Monitoring of Australia s Oceans N J Bax K R Hayes J M Dambacher G R Hosack P K Dunstan E Fulton P A Thompson J R Hartog A J Hobday R Bradford S Foster P Hedge D Smith C M Marshall 4 00 P.M. OD34B-2519 POSTER WITHDRAWN Biodiversity and Complexity Influence Seagrass Functioning A ComparativeExperimental Approach Across the Northern Hemisphere P L Reynolds Wednesday 4 00 P.M. PC34A Poster Hall Applications of Climate Data Records for the Benefit of Ocean Sciences Marine Ecosystems and Coastal Communities Posters (joint with A EC HI OD) Moderators Krisa Arzayus National Weather Service Silver Spring Edward Kearns NOAA Sheekela Baker-Yeboah 54-1619 MIT 4 00 P.M. PC34A-2159 POSTER Use of homogeneity tests for the detection of inhomogeneities in climate data Case of some meteorological stations throughout Cameroon D Atanas R Chamani 4 00 P.M. PC34A-2160 POSTER WITHDRAWN When El Nino Rages How Satellite Data Can Help Water-Stressed Islands M C Kruk J Price N Luchetti E Wright J J Marra 4 00 P.M. PC34A-2161 POSTER Regional Ocean Climatologies A New Line of Ocean Climate Research Tools A V Mishonov K M Arzayus O Baranova T Boyer A R Parsons D Seidov 4 00 P.M. PC34A-2162 POSTER Use of a Blended Satellite and In situ Sea Surface Temperature Climate Data Record for Evaluating Longterm Impacts on Coral and Marine Mammal Communities P V F Banzon G Liu K Forney E Becker K M Arzayus 4 00 P.M. PC34A-2163 POSTER Pathfinder Sea Surface Temperature Climate Data Record S Baker-Yeboah K Saha D Zhang K S Casey 4 00 P.M. PC34A-2164 POSTER WITHDRAWN Sedimentary and Palynological Indicators of Holocene Paleoenvironment in Okak Bay Labrador J Bambrick Banks S J Bentley S Warny 4 00 P.M. PC34A-2165 POSTER A Statistical Simulation Model for Global Mean Sea Level from Altimetry and Tide Gauge Reconstructions G T Mitchum Y Zhu Wednesday 4 00 P.M. PC34B Poster Hall El Ni o Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diversity in a Changing Climate III Posters (joint with A HI PO TE) Moderators Andrew Wittenberg Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Antonietta Capotondi NOAA Boulder Michael McPhaden NOAA Seattle 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2167 POSTER Spatial Correlation Analysis of Ni o3.4 SST with Western North America Hydroclimate J P Heyer S Brewer J J Shinker A Brunelle 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2168 POSTER PREDICTABILITY OF EAST AFRICAN RAINFALL BASED ON EL NNO-SOUTHERN OSCILLATION J N Ngaina B K Mutai H Gadain N Muthama 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2169 POSTER Different Responses of Sea Surface Temperature in the South China Sea to Various El Ni o Events during Boreal Autumn X Wang W Tan W Wang C Wang 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2170 POSTER WITHDRAWN Distinct ENSO Evolution Regimes Mirrored in the 1990s Periodicity Shift of PacificJapan Pattern X Chen T Zhou 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2171 POSTER The Atlantic as a Driver of the Multidecadal ENSO-Tropical Pacific Annual Cycle Relationship A F Z Levine M J McPhaden 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 167 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2166 POSTER The Climate Variability & Predictability (CVP) Program at NOAA - Improved Understanding of Tropical Pacific Processes Biases and Climatology S E Lucas J F Todd 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2172 POSTER Global Warming Attenuates the Tropical Atlantic-Pacific Teleconnection F Jia 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2173 POSTER Interannual Variability in the Global Meridional Overturning Circulation Dominated by Pacific Variability Possible Implications for ENSO Variability N F Tandon P J Kushner M A Cane O Saenko 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2174 POSTER Salinity Variations in the Equatorial Pacific during the 2014-15 El Ni o C M Corbett S Bulusu 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2175 POSTER Impact of Lateral Mixing in the Ocean on El Nino in Fully Coupled Climate Models A Gnanadesikan A Russell M A S Pradal R P Abernathey 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2176 POSTER Response of the Tropical Pacific Ocean to El Ni o versus Global Warming F Liu Y Luo J Lu 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2177 POSTER Rectification of the intraseasonal wind forcing on ENSO and the interannual long equatorial waves X Zhao D Yuan J Wang H Liu 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2178 POSTER The Role of Reversed Equatorial Zonal Transport in Terminating an ENSO Event H C Chen Z Z Hu B Huang C H Sui 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2179 POSTER Modulation of Bjerknes feedback on the decadal variations in ENSO predictability F Zheng 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2180 POSTER Modulation of cloud radiative effect on the strength asymmetry in two types of El Ni o events X Fang F Zheng J Zhu 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2181 POSTER Response of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean to A Uniform Energy Flux Forcing in A Fully Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean GCM Y Luo F Liu J Lu 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2182 POSTER Assessing the 21st century shift of ENSO variability C Guan M J McPhaden 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2183 POSTER WITHDRAWN ENSO non-linearity in a changing climate T Bayr D Dommenget M Latif 4 00 P.M. PC34B-2184 POSTER CMIP5 Projections of Two Types of El Ni o and Their Related Tropical Precipitation in the 21st Century K Xu C Y Tam C Zhu W Wang 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3022 POSTER Distinct characteristics of the intermediate water observed off the east coast of Korea during two contrasting years S Nam S Yoon J H Park Y H Kim K I Chang 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3023 POSTER Seasonal and Interannual Variation of Currents and Water Properties off the Mid-East Coast of Korea J H Park K I Chang S Nam 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3024 POSTER Characteristics of near-inertial internal waves observed in the southwestern East Japan Sea S Noh K I Chang 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3025 POSTER On Mechanisms of Physical and Biological Links Between Coastal and Open-sea Waters in Marginal Seas V V Navrotsky 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3026 POSTER Variation of subsurface chlorophyll maximum layer from the vertical profiler and in-situ observation in the eastern coastal region of Korea (the East Japan Sea) Y T Son K I Chang S Nam D J Kang 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3027 POSTER Seasonal 13C and 15N variations of sediment-trap particles in the Japan Basin and Yamato Basin (the East Japan Sea) B K Khim S Otosaka K A PARK S Noriki 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3028 POSTER Rates of total oxygen uptake of sediments and benthic nutrient fluxes measured by an in situ autonomous benthic chamber in the sediment of the slope off the southwestern part of Ulleung Basin East Sea J S Lee S U An Y G Park E Kim D Kim J N Kwon D J Kang J H Noh 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3029 POSTER Comparison of seawater CO2 system in summer between the East China Sea shelf and the Peter the Great Bay of the Japan (East) Sea K Y Chuang P Y Tishchenko G C Gong W C Chou P P Tishchenko E M Shkirnikova 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3030 POSTER Long-term Trend of Satelliteobserved Chlorophyll-a Concentration Variations in the East Japan Sea J E Park K A PARK 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3031 POSTER Temperature and Salinity Long-term Variation Trend of Southern Yellow Sea Cold Water Mass L Ang F Yu S Guangcheng C Wei 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3032 POSTER Leakage of the YSBCW into the Korea Strait due to Strong Southerly Wind during summer in 2013 J Jung Y K Cho 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3033 POSTER Seasonal and spatial changes of macrobenthic community structure and diversity in South Yellow Sea X Li Y Xu 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3034 POSTER WITHDRAWN Seasonal variation of the water exchange through the Bohai Strait Z Zhang 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3035 POSTER Dynamics of Yellow Sea Warm Current under Intermittent Winter Monsoon Y Liu 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3036 POSTER The Transformation from Yellow Sea Warm Current Mode to Yellow Sea Cold Water Mode in Southern Yellow Sea in spring F Yu 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3037 POSTER The chemical charactor of the south Yellow Sea in spring L Liu 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3038 POSTER Seasonal Variation of Speed and Width of Nonlinear Internal Waves in the Northern East China Sea C Cho S Nam H C Song Scientific Program Wednesday 4 00 P.M. PO34A Poster Hall Circulation Biogeochemistry Ecosystems and Their Variations in the Western North Pacific Marginal Seas II Posters (joint with A B ME PP) Moderators Shinichiro Kida JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology SungHyun Nam Seoul National University 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3019 POSTER Long-term Variation of Ventilation System in the East Sea (Japan Sea) Revealed by Heat Content Change and Water Mass Analysis S Yoon K I Chang K R Kim V B Lobanov 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3020 POSTER Change of marine ecosystem in the Japan Sea predicted by numerical experiments based on by global warming Y Igeta M Kuga K Fukudome H Kidokoro 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3021 POSTER Mean current eddy interaction in the Japan Sea as derived from satellite altimetry O Trusenkova V B Lobanov S Ladychenko 168 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3039 POSTER Localized sea surface temperature variability in the Yellow and East China Seas Y S Kim C J Jang S W Yeh 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3040 POSTER Surface Currents and Tidal Ellipses from Hourly Variations of Suspended Sediment from Geostationary Ocean Color Imager Data K A PARK J E Park M S Lee D S Ullman 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3041 POSTER Response of Volume Transport through the Taiwan and Tsushima Straits to the Wind Fields in the East China Sea T Matsuno C T Liu K Fukudome H W Chen K Ichikawa D J Doong T Senjyu 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3042 POSTER Simulation of the circulation in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea using a high resolution wavecirculation-tide coupled model J Guo C Xia 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3043 POSTER Water mass analysis and origins of bottom water nutrient enrichment in the East China Sea shelf using rare earth elements J Zhang Q Liu L Bai 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3044 POSTER Variability of deepwater currents at the South-China-Sea-side of the Luzon Strait Y Zhao Z Liu Y Zhang J Li M Wang 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3045 POSTER Long-terms Change of Sea Surface Temperature in the South China Sea Y G Park A Choi 4 00 P.M. PO34A-3046 POSTER Interannual changes of the upwelling off the southern Vietnam in the South China Sea in summers of 1990-2013 Y C Hsin M H T Ngo 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3054 POSTER Monsoon and Salinity Variation in Bay of Bengal W T Liu X Xie 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3055 POSTER The role of sea surface salinity over the Indian Ocean in the South Asian Summer Monsoon X Yuan M S Salama Z Su 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3056 POSTER INFLUENCE OF GANGESBRAHMAPUTRA DISCHARGE ON THE VARIABILITY OF SALINITY OBSERVED ALONG THE EAST COAST OF INDIA M Lengaigne A V S Chaitanya 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3057 POSTER Detecting the influence of ocean process on the moisture supply for India summer monsoon from Satellite Sea Surface Salinity W Tang S H Yueh W T Liu A Fore A Hayashi 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3058 POSTER A sea surface salinity dipole mode in the tropical Indian Ocean Y Zhang Y DU T Qu 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3059 POSTER Variability of Surface Salinity within the Southeast Asian Seas L E M Trafford A L Gordon T Lee C F Giulivi 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3060 POSTER Characteristics of the South Pacific subtropical surface salinity maximum F Bingham J J M Busecke A L Gordon C F Giulivi 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3061 POSTER Sea Surface Salinity Variations Under the ITCZ on Synoptic Time Scales H Y Kao G S E Lagerloef 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3062 POSTER Global Variability and Changes in Ocean Total Alkalinity from Aquarius Satellite (Invited) R A Fine D A Willey F J Millero Jr 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3063 POSTER Interannual and Decadal-Scale Salinity variations in Oceanic Subtropical Gyres B A Melzer S Bulusu 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3064 POSTER The Structure and Interannual Variability of the Global Subtropical Underwater from 1950 to 2014 in the EN4 Data Product X J Davis J T Farrar Wednesday 4 00 P.M. PO34B Poster Hall Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change III Posters (joint with A IS PC TE) Moderators Hailong Liu Shanghai Jiao Tong University Paul Durack Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3047 POSTER North Atlantic Sea Surface Salinity as a Predictor of Sahel Rainfall (Invited) L Li R W Schmitt C Ummenhofer K B Karnauskas 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3048 POSTER SMOS Sea Surface Salinity in the North Atlantic Ocean Signal of Douro and Gironde River Plumes A Alvera-Azcarate G Parard A Barth J M Beckers 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3049 POSTER Processes analysis from EOF analysis of SMOS salinity data in the North Atlantic Ocean G Parard A Alvera-Azcarate A Barth J M Beckers 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3050 POSTER Variability of Salinity in the North Atlantic Using High Resolution Data Set that Combines Argo and Satellite Altimetry Data M Rhein I Stendardo B A Klein A Roessler R Hollmann 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3051 POSTER Evolution of the 2011 Mississippi River Peak Flood Plume from Coincident Satellite and Airborne L-band Radiometer Surface Salinity Observations D M Burrage J C Wesson P A Hwang D W Wang H W Wijesekera 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3052 POSTER Spatial and temporal scales of satellite sea surface salinity variability in the Tropical Atlantic E Tzortzi 4 00 P.M. PO34B-3053 POSTER Seasonal and Interannual Variability of Sea Surface Salinity in Bay of Bengal A Valiya Parambil Wednesday 4 00 P.M. PO34C Poster Hall The Ocean s Energy Cascade Measuring and Modeling of Instabilities Internal Waves and Turbulence at the Submesoscale and Smaller VI Posters (joint with A EC OD TP) Moderators Subhas Venayagamoorthy Colorado State University Louis St Laurent Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3065 POSTER Tidal Mixing over Rough Topography Sensitivity to Topographic Length Scale and Steepness Y R Yi S Legg R Nazarian 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3066 POSTER Structure Function Statistics to Detect Submesoscale Cascades J L Palmer B Fox-Kemper 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3067 POSTER Uncertainties in Internal Tide Generation and Energy Flux in the Tasman Sea S M Kelly 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3068 POSTER Impact of the North Atlantic Subpolar Front on Near-Inertial Wave Propagation J K hler M Walter C Mertens B A Klein M Rhein 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3069 POSTER Observed Internal Tide Energy Fluxes in the Tasman Tidal Dissipation Experiment O B Marques M H Alford 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 169 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3070 POSTER The Internal Tide Of The Tasman Sea H L Simmons D Brazhnikov S Kelly J M Klymak A F Waterhouse 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3071 POSTER Observations of internal tidal reflection from a supercritical corrugated slope K A Tennyson J D Nash M H Alford O B Marques J A MacKinnon 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3072 POSTER Local turbulence and baroclinic energy balance in a Luzon Strait model M Jalali S Sarkar V K Chalamalla 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3073 POSTER Application of Directional Wave Spectra Method to Numerical Investigations of Internal Tide Reflection D Brazhnikov H L Simmons J M Klymak Z Zhao 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3074 POSTER Observations of arrested internal lee waves at a tall steep submarine ridge C Y Ou S Johnston 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3075 POSTER Internal tides variability at steep topographies Interactions and probabilistic global dynamical analysis S Sroka P F J Lermusiaux P J Haley Jr 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3076 POSTER Looking Inside Internal Tides A High Resolution Modelling Study A Brereton J Polton A E TejadaMartinez 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3077 POSTER Measurements of a Lee Wave in the Southern Ocean Energy and Momentum Fluxes and Mixing J M Cusack A Naveira Garabato D Smeed J B Girton 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3078 POSTER How to Improve Surface and Internal Tides in a Global Ocean Model Use a Linear Wave Drag Parameterization M C Buijsman J K Ansong B K Arbic J G Richman J F Shriver P G Timko A J Wallcraft C Whalen Z Zhao 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3079 POSTER The ARCtic Tracer Release EXperiment (ARCTREX) Initial results from the release of passive tracers in the Chukchi Sea E J Hunter R J Chant P Winsor H L Simmons H Statscewich 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3080 POSTER Tidally induced turbulence in the Bermuda underwater cave-system S Molodtsov A Anis T M Iliffe 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3081 POSTER Downward lee wave radiation from tropical instability waves in the central equatorial Pacific Ocean a possible energy pathway to turbulent mixing Y Tanaka T Hibiya H Sasaki 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3082 POSTER Impacts of tidal-mixing parameterization on the simulation of the South China Sea circulations S Peng 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3083 POSTER Seismic Oceanography of the Gulf of Mexico A Dickinson N White C C P Caulfield M Falder 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3084 POSTER WITHDRAWN Observations of internal tides and associated turbulent mixing in a shallow estuary E Tsutsumi T Matsuno 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3085 POSTER Characteristic and Variation of the High Frequency Variability (HFV) in the South China Sea (SCS) H S Kung G Jianping T Y Tang 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3086 POSTER Internal wave shoaling in Mamala Bay Oahu Hawaii K Smith M A Merrifield 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3087 POSTER Near-Inertial Waves on the Continental Shelf Physics Based on Observations off the West Florida E V Maksimova R H Weisberg 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3088 POSTER Propagation and Dissipation of Internal Tides on the Northwest Shelf of Australia from Microstructure Observations and Numerical Simulations A E Rice J W Book N L Jones C Bluteau G N Ivey S R Smith 4 00 P.M. PO34C-3089 POSTER Observations of Nonlinear Internal Tides and Turbulence in a Steep Submarine Canyon M M Hamann V M Tamsitt C Y Ou M S Alberty S Billheimer M H Alford A Lucas Wednesday 4 00 P.M. PO34D Poster Hall Variability of Ocean Circulation in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and Its Climatic and Environmental Impact III Posters (joint with A ME TE) Moderators Christophe Maes Laboratoire de Physique des Oc ans Fan Wang Institute of Oceanography Chinese Academy of Sciences 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3090 POSTER Low Frequency Variability of Surface Circulation in the South China Sea A K Mishra B Thompson P Tkalich P M Rizzoli 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3091 POSTER An interdecadal regime shift in rainfall predictability related to the Ningaloo Nino in the late 1990s T Doi S K Behera T Yamagata 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3092 POSTER Spatial and Temporal Variability in Thickness Fields of the Western Pacific Warm Pool Thermohaline Structure S Qin Q Zhang 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3093 POSTER Impacts of meso- to submeso-scale features on the ocean circulation in the Coral Sea (Invited) L Rousselet A M Doglioli C Maes B Blanke A A Petrenko 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3094 POSTER Time-Depth Variations of Equatorial Currents in the Western Pacific Directly Observed by Subsurface Moorings F Wang J Wang C Guan Q Ma D Zhang 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3095 POSTER Seasonal Variation of Eddies and Their Impact on Heat and Salinity Fields in the Mindanao Dome Region Y Jia 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3096 POSTER The diurnal Sea surface temperature variability observed by tropical mooring array in the western Pacific warm pool I Ueki 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3097 POSTER Estimating the Velocity and Transport of the East Australian Current using Argo XBT and Altimetry N V Zilberman D H Roemmich S T Gille 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3098 POSTER Anomalous Tropical Cyclone Activity in the Western North Pacific in August 2014 L Yang X Wang K Huang D Wang 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3099 POSTER Wind-Driven Changes of Current Temperature and Chlorophyll Observed by Satellites North of New Guinea M H Radenac F L ger M Messi P Dutrieux G Eldin C Menkes 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3100 POSTER Role of Eastern Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean SST on the intensity of interannual variability in summer rainfall over southern China J Chen Z Wen R Wu X Wang 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3101 POSTER The Seasonal Cycle of Meridional Currents in the Upper Layers of Central Equatorial Indian Ocean Observations and Dynamics Y Wang M J McPhaden Scientific Program 170 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3102 POSTER Response of the Upper Ocean Temperature of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean to Vertically Varying Thermocline Mixing (Invited) C Liu A Koehl Z Liu F Wang D Stammer 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3103 POSTER LLWBCS changes through surface mesoscale activity and baroclinic tides in the Solomon Sea L Gourdeau B Djath A S Ganachaud M L Tchilibou J A Verron J Jouanno 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3104 POSTER The Indonesian Throughflow as Represented in Climatological and Interannual Forcing Simulations of a High-Resolution Global Model B Castaldi E J Campos 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3105 POSTER Variability of Equatorward Transport in the Tropical Southwestern Pacific M S Alberty J Sprintall J A MacKinnon 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3106 POSTER Seasonality and dynamics of the North Equatorial Current and its linkage with Kuroshio modeling study J Li G Jianping 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3107 POSTER Spreading of Antarctic Intermediate Water in the Philippine Sea N Zang 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3108 POSTER Low Frequency Variability of the South Pacific Subtropical Gyre as Seen from Satellite Altimetry and Argo L Zhang T Qu 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3109 POSTER The Pacific Warm Pool Mixed Layer Heat Budget Model versus Observations S Ray A T Wittenberg 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3110 POSTER SST cooling along coastal Java and Sumatra during positive Indian Ocean Dipole events A S Delman J McClean J Sprintall L D Talley F Bryan B K Johnson J Carton 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3111 POSTER Ocean Surface Layer Response Under Madden-Julian Oscillation Convective Systems in the Equatorial Indian Ocean K Pujiana J N Moum 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3112 POSTER The Madden-Julian Oscillation imprint on the Indonesian Throughflow A M Napitu A L Gordon K Pujiana 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3113 POSTER A Reversal of Decadal Trends in the Equatorial and North Indian Ocean P R Thompson 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3114 POSTER Mixed Layer Salinity Budget in the Fresh Pool of Western Pacific S Gao T Qu X Nie 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3115 POSTER Interannual Drivers of Circulation and Heat Exchange in the Coral Triangle S C Sexton D B Haidvogel E N Curchitser 4 00 P.M. PO34D-3116 POSTER Assessment of the modulation by the small-scale variability on the eastern edge of the equatorial Western Pacific Warm Pool C Maes 8 00 A.M. A41A-01 GULF STREAM PATH INFLUENCES ON WINTERTIME SYNOPTIC STORM TRACK AND GREENLAND BLOCKING T M Joyce Y O Kwon H Seo 8 15 A.M. A41A-02 Surface Turbulent Heat Fluxes Over the Gulfstream and the NAC and Cyclone Activity in the North Atlantic Extratropics S Gulev 8 30 A.M. A41A-03 The influence of air-sea coupling on the path of the Gulf Stream L Renault M J Molemaker J Gula 8 45 A.M. A41A-04 The Seasonality and Nonlinearity of the Atmospheric Response to SST Anomalies Associated with Shifts in the Oyashio Front M A Alexander Y O Kwon C Frankignoul M Newman D Smirnov J D Scott 9 00 A.M. A41A-05 Influence of the Decadal Variability of the Kuroshio Extension on the Atmospheric Circulation in the Cold Season A Revelard C Frankignoul Y O Kwon 9 15 A.M. A41A-06 Testing linear dynamics of frontal air-sea interaction N Schneider 9 30 A.M. A41A-07 Processes Affecting the Time-Averaged Surface Divergence and Vorticity in the Northwest Atlantic L W O Neill 9 45 A.M. A41A-08 Ocean Ekman Response to wind forcing in Extratropical Frontal Regions M F Cronin T Tozuka Thursday 8 00 A.M. AH41A Room 206 Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes III (joint with EC HI) Moderators Cheryl Ann Brown US EPA M Robin Anderson Fisheries and Oceans Canada Jason Grear US EPA Louis Legendre Universit Pierre et Marie Curie 8 00 A.M. AH41A-01 Ecosystem Modeling of Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Structural Uncertainties in the Representation of Sediment-Water Exchanges J C Lehrter L Lowe D S Ko A Laurent K Fennel D Justic L Wang J J Pauer B Jarvis D L Beddick Jr R Devereux W J Cai 8 15 A.M. AH41A-02 Changes in Chesapeake Bay Hypoxia over the Past Century M A Friedrichs D E Kaufman R Najjar H Tian B Zhang Y Yao 8 30 A.M. AH41A-03 Challenges associated with modeling lowoxygen waters in Chesapeake Bay a multiple model comparison I Irby M A Friedrichs C T Friedrichs A J Bever R R Hood L W Lanerolle M E Scully K Sellner J Shen J M Testa M Li H Wang P Wang L Linker M Xia 8 45 A.M. AH41A-04 Diatom bloom derived summer bottom water hypoxia off the Changjiang Estuary and its variation B WANG J Chen H Jin H Li K Wang 9 00 A.M. AH41A-05 Summer nutrient dynamics and biological carbon uptake rate and their indications to hypoxia in the Changjiang River Estuary K Wang J Chen H Jin H Li J Xu D Huang H Weng S Gao Y Lu 9 15 A.M. AH41A-06 Processes Controlling Eutrophication-Induced Acidification in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Current State and Projected Changes from a Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Model A Laurent K Fennel L Barbero W J Cai W J Huang D S Ko J C Lehrter R H Wanninkhof Thursday A.M. Thursday 8 00 A.M. A41A Room 210 Air-Sea Exchange Processes in Western Boundary Current Systems and Marginal Seas Their Local and Remote Climatic Implications II (joint with OD PC PO) Moderators Justin Small National Center for Atmospheric Research Young-Oh Kwon Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Dongxiao Zhang University of Washington PMEL NOAA 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 171 Scientific Program 9 30 A.M. AH41A-07 Empirical statistical models of the longitudinal record of Summer Hypoxic area in the Northern Gulf of Mexico D Forrest 9 45 A.M. AH41A-08 Proximate and Ultimate Limiting Nutrients in the Mississippi River Plume Implications for Hypoxia Reduction Through Nutrient Management K Fennel A Laurent 8 45 A.M. CT41A-04 Mercury Stable Isotopes Reveal Deep Methylation of Mercury and its Uptake into the Open Ocean Food Web L C Motta J D Blum M W Johnson B N Popp J Drazen C C Hannides H G Close B Umhau C R benitez-Nelson 9 00 A.M. CT41A-05 Tracing Cobalt Uptake and Allocation in Prochlorococcus with Metalloproteomics N Hawco M McIlvin M A Saito 9 15 A.M. CT41A-06 High Iron Requirement for Growth Photosynthesis and Low-light Acclimation in the Marine Cyanobacterium Synechococcus bacillaris W G Sunda S A Huntsman 9 30 A.M. CT41A-07 Organic Exudates Enhance Iron Bioavailability to Trichodesmium (IMS101) by Modifying Fe Speciation H Tohidi Farid A Rose K Schulz 9 45 A.M. CT41A-08 Microbes adapt to iron scarcity through siderophore production across the eastern tropical Pacific D Repeta R Boiteau D R Mende E DeLong Thursday 8 00 A.M. B41A Room 225-227 Marine Silica Cycle Silicification and Silicifiers I (joint with HE ME MM PP) Moderators Stephen Baines Stony Brook University Mark Brzezinski University of California Santa Barbara 8 00 A.M. B41A-01 Patterns and Regulation of Silicon Accumulation in Synechococcus spp M A Brzezinski J W Krause B S Twining S B Baines J Collier 8 15 A.M. B41A-02 GLOBAL PATTERNS OF DIATOM DIVERSITY DERIVED FROM THE TARA OCEANS EXPEDITION C Bowler S Malviya C de Vargas S Audic A Zingone E Scalco D Iudicone F Vincent L Bittner P Wincker J Poulain 8 30 A.M. B41A-03 Silicon stable isotope constraints on the role of the subpolar North Pacific in the marine Si cycle G F de Souza C Maden F Wetzel H Obata D Vance 8 45 A.M. B41A-04 Diatomaceous Ocean Weathering a new gateway of dissolved silica to the oceans new supportive evidence T Akagi M Emoto H Nishino 9 00 A.M. B41A-05 Silicate Pumping of Excess Carbon in Coastal Upwelling Ecosystems R C Dugdale 9 15 A.M. B41A-06 Impact Of Growth Stress On Diatom BSiO2 Structure And Recycling B Moriceau J Boutorh M Gallinari C Soler O G Ragueneau 9 30 A.M. B41A-07 Searching for Potential Silicon-associated Genes in Cyanobacteria J Collier M A Brzezinski S B Baines J W Krause D Ohnemus B S Twining 9 45 A.M. B41A-08 Pumping Iron and Silica Bodybuilding H Mcnair M A Brzezinski J W Krause C Parker M Brown T Coale K W Bruland Thursday 8 00 A.M. EC41A Room 222 Moving the Mississippi River Delta toward Long-Term Sustainability Opportunities and Limitations I (joint with B HI MG) Moderators Christopher Swarzenski United States Geological Survey Yi-Jun Xu Louisiana State University 8 00 A.M. EC41A-01 Morphodynamic Evolution of Yangtze (Changjiang) Estuary in Decadal-timescale Alteration from Natural Processes to Human Interferences H Luan P Ding J Ge H Zong W Zheng Bing 8 15 A.M. EC41A-02 Wetland accretion rates along coastal Louisiana Spatial and temporal variability in light of Hurricane Isaac s impacts T A Bianchette K B Liu Y Qiang N Lam 8 30 A.M. EC41A-03 Influences of Hurricanes Floods and Organic Production on RiverDelta Evolution C White S J Bentley 8 45 A.M. EC41A-04 Morphologic and Ecologic Analysis of a Proposed Network of Mississippi River Sediment Diversions E A Meselhe M Baustian K M Sadid F Xing K Costanza M A Allison E Jarrell C P Richards J Pahl 9 00 A.M. EC41A-05 Changing Course The STUDIO MISI-ZIIBI Team_ NEW MISI-ZIIBI LIVING DELTA J Hoal 9 15 A.M. EC41A-06 Changing Course - The Moffatt & Nichol Team Solution- A Systems Approach to a consolidated and sustainable Lower Mississippi River Delta J P Hird R Twilley J Shelden J Carney I Y Georgiou C Agre 9 30 A.M. EC41A-07 Changing Course - the Baird Team Solution a Delta for All R B Nairn 9 45 A.M. EC41A-08 Dujiangyan Could the ancient hydraulic engineering be a sustainable solution for Mississippi River diversions Y J Xu Scientific Program Thursday 8 00 A.M. CT41A Room 228-230 Trace Metal Bioavailability and Metal-Microorganism Interactions I (joint with B MM) Moderators Julia Gauglitz Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Randelle Bundy Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Jill Sutton IUEM UBO 8 00 A.M. CT41A-01 Response of Phytoplankton Iron Contents to Gradients in Iron Availability in the California Current System B S Twining J E Jacquot S Rauschenberg J Enright A Marchetti N Cohen M Brown C Parker K W Bruland 8 15 A.M. CT41A-02 Revealing sources and chemical identity of iron ligands across the California Current System R Boiteau D Repeta J N Fitzsimmons C Parker B S Twining S Baines 8 30 A.M. CT41A-03 Is iron(II) an important form of bioavailable iron in seawater N Tuttle J Moffett K Bolster Thursday 8 00 A.M. EC41B Room 220-221 Understanding the Coastal Carbon Cycle and Biogeochemical Processes in the Coastal Ocean Observations and Modeling I (joint with B) Moderators Tomoko Komada San Francisco State University Yizhen Li Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Elizabeth Canuel 172 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Virginia Institute of Marine Science 8 00 A.M. EC41B-01 Source to Sink Broad and fine scale observations of terrestrial vs marine derived carbon in a Scottish sea loch (fjord) C Smeaton W E N Austin A L Davies J A Howe 8 15 A.M. EC41B-02 Flooding of a Major Dry Waterway Impacts of Flow Restoration on River-Carbon Composition and Fluxes in the Colorado River T S Bianchi P A Raymond D E Butman R Kates K W Flessa H Zamora N D Ward A Brown 8 30 A.M. EC41B-03 Organic Carbon Dynamics in Fjords A Case Study of Fiordland New Zealand X Cui T S Bianchi C Savage 8 45 A.M. EC41B-04 Seasonal and Interannual Variability of the Dissolved Organic Matter Composition in the Delaware Estuary H Osterholz D Kirchman J Niggemann T Dittmar 9 00 A.M. EC41B-05 Tidal Marshes as Pulsing Systems New Estimates of Marsh-Carbon Export and Fate L A Logozzo P Neale M Tzortziou N G Nelson P Megonigal 9 15 A.M. EC41B-06 Annual and Seasonal Changes in POC PON and Total Particulate Matter in the Gulf of Mexico R M Gray M J J Richardson W D Gardner S F DiMarco 9 30 A.M. EC41B-07 Bioavailability of Riverine Dissolved Organic Matter in an Estuarine System Evidence of the Priming Effect B L Peierls A Hounshell C L Osburn H W Paerl 9 45 A.M. EC41B-08 Sorting of Terrestrial and Marine Organic Matter along a Marginal Submarine Canyon Radiocarbon and Biomarker Signatures of Surface Sediments H G Close S Doherty P Campbell M D McCarthy N Prouty 9 30 A.M. ED41A-07 Flipping my environmental geochemistry classroom using Team-Based Learning E M Griffith 9 45 A.M. ED41A-08 Global Environmental Leadership and Sustainability High School Students Teaching Environmental Science to Policymakers S Wilson V M Tamsitt Thursday 8 00 A.M. HE41A Room 217-219 Biophysical Processes at the Arctic Sub-Arctic Interface I (joint with ME PC PO PP) Moderators Franz Mueter University of Alaska Fairbanks Leandra Sousa Department of Wildlife Management 8 00 A.M. HE41A-01 A Comparison Between Late Summer 2012 and 2013 Water Masses Macronutrients and Phytoplankton Standing Crops in the Northern Bering and Chukchi Seas S L Danielson L B Eisner C A Ladd C W Mordy L Sousa T Weingartner 8 15 A.M. HE41A-02 Spatial Heterogeneity in Zooplankton Distribution as a Result of Large-Scale Interactions of Water Masses in the Northeastern Chukchi Sea A I Pinchuk L B Eisner 8 30 A.M. HE41A-03 Springtime Renewal of Chukchi Sea Plankton by Northwards Advection from the Bering Sea C J Ashjian R S Pickart R G Campbell S R Okkonen F Bahr 8 45 A.M. HE41A-04 Spatio-temporal variations of stratification and its factors in the Chukchi Sea M Onuka H Ueno M Itoh T Kikuchi S Nishino E Watanabe T Hirawake M Yamamoto-Kawai K Mizobata 9 00 A.M. HE41A-05 Summer Time Flushing of an Arctic Multi-inlet Lagoon under Storms from 2013 to 2015 C Li K M Boswell W Huang R Heintz J Vollenweider 9 15 A.M. HE41A-06 Biophysical Processes at the Boundary between the Arctic and Subarctic in the Barents Sea K Drinkwater 9 30 A.M. HE41A-07 The Bering Strait Region A Window into Changing Benthic Populations in Response to Varying SubarcticArctic Connectivity and Ecosystem Dynamics J M Grebmeier L W Cooper S E Moore 9 45 A.M. HE41A-08 The Arctic Marine Pulses Model Linking Contiguous Domains in the Pacific Arctic Region S E Moore P J Stabeno Thursday 8 00 A.M. ED41A Room RO5 Innovations in Environmental and Ocean Science Education I Moderators Robert Chen University of Massachusetts Boston Linda Duguay University of Southern California Cynthia Hagley Minnesota Sea Grant 8 00 A.M. ED41A-01 Teaching Young People to Be Curious to Observe the Environment to Think Critically M Ferraris C Scheurle H Claustre 8 15 A.M. ED41A-02 Creating Research STEM Opportunities for Students A Case for Collaboration R W Baker A Sprenger 8 30 A.M. ED41A-03 Bringing ocean observations to the classroom integrating research infrastructure into education R Proctor X Hoenner S Mancini K Tattersall J D Everett I M Suthers P Steinberg M Doblin T Moltmann 8 45 A.M. ED41A-04 Connecting Coastal Communities with Ocean Science A Look at Ocean Sense and the Inclusion of Place-based Indigenous Knowledge M A McLean J C K Brown M Hoeberechts 9 00 A.M. ED41A-05 Plastics in the Ocean Engaging Students in Core Competencies Through Issues-Based Activities in the Science Classroom L A Fergusson-Kolmes 9 15 A.M. ED41A-06 A Research Experiences for Undergraduates program (REU) Program Designed to Recruit Engage and Prepare a Diverse Student Population for Careers in Ocean Sciences B E Clarkston C Garza Thursday 8 00 A.M. HE41B Room 215-216 Ice-Ocean Interactions and Circulation around the Antarctic Margins I (joint with A OD TP) Moderators Andrew Stewart University of California Los Angeles Andrew Thompson California Institute of Technology 8 00 A.M. HE41B-01 Changing Distributions of Sea Ice Melt and Meteoric Water to the West of the Antarctic Peninsula M P Meredith H J Venables S E Stammerjohn H W Ducklow D G Martinson R A Iannuzzi M J Leng M Van Wessem C Reijmer N E Barrand 8 15 A.M. HE41B-02 The role of Antarctic sea ice in abyssal ocean heat uptake E R Newsom C M Bitz F Bryan R P Abernathey P R Gent 8 30 A.M. HE41B-03 Iron transport pathways in the Ross Sea Physical processes affecting the supply of dFe in a regional ocean model S L Mack M S Dinniman J M Klinck II P Sedwick D J McGillicuddy Jr 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 173 Scientific Program 8 45 A.M. HE41B-04 Frontal structure and transport in southern Drake Passage from ocean gliders X Ruan A F Thompson J Sprintall 9 00 A.M. HE41B-05 Identifying Glacial Meltwater in the Amundsen Sea Antarctica L C Biddle K J Heywood A Jenkins J Kaiser 9 15 A.M. HE41B-06 Formation and Variability of Antarctic Bottom Water off Cape Darnley the Fourth Antarctic Bottom Water K I Ohshima Y Nakayama Y Fukamachi Y Matsumura S Nihashi T Tamura Y Kitade D Hirano D Shimizu S Aoki 9 30 A.M. HE41B-07 Wind Control of Circumpolar Deep Water Intrusions to the Western Antarctic Peninsula shelf Weather-Band and Seasonal Variability D C McKee D G Martinson 9 45 A.M. HE41B-08 Time-variable bottom water outflow in the Northwestern Weddell Sea K Torsten G Rohardt V H Strass M van Caspel 8 00 A.M. ME41A-01 Complexity Increases Predictability in Allometrically-Constrained Food Webs A C Iles M Novak 8 15 A.M. ME41A-02 The Influence of Mean Trophic Level on Biomass and Production in Marine Ecosystems C B Woodson J Schramski 8 30 A.M. ME41A-03 A More Productive But Different Ocean After Mitigation J G John C A Stock J P Dunne 8 45 A.M. ME41A-04 The Influence of Predator-prey Interactions on Climate-induced Range Shifts in Marine Communities R L Selden R D Batt J W Morley M L Pinsky 9 00 A.M. ME41A-05 Scaling Coastal Ecosystems to Oceanographic and Climatic Drivers Making Sense of Community Variation on Rocky Shores Using the Comparative-Experimental Approach in Upwelling and Downwelling Systems B A Menge T Gouhier F Chan S Hacker D Menge K J Nielsen 9 15 A.M. ME41A-06 Examining recruitment paradigms under projected climate change with a global fish model C M Petrik J L Sarmiento C A Stock J R Watson 9 30 A.M. ME41A-07 Environmental Variability and Plankton Community Dynamics in the English Channel A Barton F Gonzalez A Atkinson C A Stock 9 45 A.M. ME41A-08 Application of a predator-prey overlap metric to determine the impact of sub-grid scale feeding dynamics on ecosystem productivity A T Greer C B Woodson Thursday 8 00 A.M. HI41A Room RO1 The Emerging Science of Marine Debris From Assessment to Knowledge that Informs Solutions I (joint with EC ME P) Moderators Kara Lavender Law Sea Education Association Hillary Burgess University of Washington Amy Uhrin University of Wisconsin Jenna Jambeck University of Georgia 8 00 A.M. HI41A-01 Understanding Microplastic Distribution A Global Citizen Monitoring Effort A Barrows 8 15 A.M. HI41A-02 Consider a source Microplastic in rivers is abundant mobile and selects for unique bacterial assemblages T J Hoellein J J Kelly A McCormick M London 8 30 A.M. HI41A-03 The Plastisphere Microbiome L A AmaralZettler C L Dupont E R Zettler B Slikas D Kaul T J Mincer 8 45 A.M. HI41A-04 Variability in the Composition of Floating Microplastics by Region and in Time J L Donohue K Pavlekovsky T Collins A L Andrady G K Proskurowski K L Lavender Law 9 00 A.M. HI41A-05 Modelling the global distribution and risk of small floating plastic debris E van Sebille C Wilcox L Lebreton N A Maximenko P Sherman B D Hardesty J A van Franeker M Eriksen D Siegel F Galgani K L Lavender Law Thursday 8 00 A.M. ME41B Room RO3 Pacific Ocean Anomalies of 2014 2015 Consequences for Marine Ecosystems I (joint with B PC PO PP) Moderators Nicholas Bond University of Washington Seattle Campus Mark Ohman University of California San Diego 8 00 A.M. ME41B-01 EFFECTS of the RECENT WARMING OF THE NE PACIFIC OCEAN N A Bond M F Cronin 8 15 A.M. ME41B-02 Persistent record-high temperatures in the North Pacific in 2014 2015 a climate hypothesis E Di Lorenzo N J Mantua 8 30 A.M. ME41B-03 The 2014-2015 Warming Anomaly in the Southern California Current System Glider Observations K D Zaba D L Rudnick 8 45 A.M. ME41B-04 Warm Anomaly Effects on California Current Phytoplankton E Gomez Ocampo G Gaxiola-Castro E Beier R Durazo 9 00 A.M. ME41B-05 The impacts of a massive harmful algal bloom along the US west coast in 2015 R M Kudela V L Trainer R M McCabe B M Hickey K Negrey 9 15 A.M. ME41B-06 Changes to the hydrography and zooplankton in the northern California Current in response to the Blob of 20142015 W T Peterson 9 30 A.M. ME41B-07 2014 and 2015 anomalies in temperature and the epipelagic fish community in the eastern Gulf of Alaska and implications for juvenile fish W Rhea-Fournier 9 45 A.M. ME41B-08 Mass Mortality of Cassin s Auklets Assessing the Impact of a Warming Ocean J Parrish Scientific Program 9 15 A.M. HI41A-06 Anthropogenic impacts on deep submarine canyons of the western Mediterranean Sea A Sanchez-Vidal X Tubau M Llorca L Woodall M Canals M Farr D Barcel R Thompson 9 30 A.M. HI41A-07 Finding the missing plastic resolving the global mass (im)balance for plastic pollution in the ocean C Wilcox E van Sebille 9 45 A.M. HI41A-08 Using the Data From Accidents and Natural Disasters to Improve Marine Debris Modeling N A Maximenko J Hafner A MacFadyen M Kamachi C C Murray Thursday 8 00 A.M. ME41A Room RO2 Impacts of Ecological Interactions on Marine Ecosystem Dynamics New Insights from Models Theory and Field Measurements I Moderators Clifton Woodson University of Georgia Charles Stock Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Tessa Francis University of Washington Tacoma 174 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Thursday 8 00 A.M. MG41A Room 231-232 Response of Coastal Sedimentary Systems to Anthropogenic Alterations and Climate Change I (joint with EC HI PC) Moderators Joseph Carlin California State University Fullerton Joshua Williams Virginia Institue of Marine Science Brad Rosenheim University of South Florida St. Petersburg Eugene Domack University of South Florida St. Petersburg 8 00 A.M. MG41A-01 Time and tide examining the potential for sediment delivery to a heavily modified tidal delta plain R P Hale S L Goodbred Jr R L Bain C Wilson 8 15 A.M. MG41A-02 Response of a tidal freshwater marsh to changes in sea level and suspended-sediment concentrations C M Palinkas 8 30 A.M. MG41A-03 Impacts of Declining Mississippi River Sediment Load on Subaqueous Delta Front Sedimentation and Geomorphology J M Maloney S J Bentley K Xu I Y Georgiou M D Miner 8 45 A.M. MG41A-04 The sedimentological response of the Nile Littoral Cell to the Aswan Dam construction and other coastal anthropogenic alterations R Bookman M M Bareket H de Stigter B Herut A Almogi-Labin 9 00 A.M. MG41A-05 Toward Quantifying Shoreface Contributions to Littoral Sediment Budgets J L Miselis J McNinch C J Hapke S D Locker T R Nelson 9 15 A.M. MG41A-06 Earthquake Signatures in the Modern Sediment Record of Prince William Sound Alaska N R Marshall S A Kuehl T M Dellapenna E J Miller 9 30 A.M. MG41A-07 Dating glacimarine sediments from the continental shelf in the Amundsen Sea using a multi-tool box Implications for West Antarctic ice-sheet extent and retreat during the last glacial cycle C D Hillenbrand J Smith J P Klages G Kuhn B Maher S Moreton L Wacker T Frederichs S Wiers P Jernas J B Anderson W U Ehrmann A G C Graham K Gohl R D Larter 9 45 A.M. MG41A-08 Response of the marginal marine environment to post-glacial warming in the Ross Sea Antarctica C R Riesselman R L Parker G J Gilmer J I Lee K C Yoo M K Lee C Subt R M Mckay B E Rosenheim R H Levy C Ohneiser R B Dunbar 9 00 A.M. MM41A-05 Shedding light on the Global Ocean microbiome with algorithms and data collection F Lauro M Ostrowski C Ch nard E Acerbi I Paulsen R Jensen 9 15 A.M. MM41A-06 Using metagenomic and metatranscriptomic observations to test a thermodynamic-based model of community metabolic expression over time and space J J Vallino J A Huber 9 30 A.M. MM41A-07 Linking metatranscriptomic to bioremediation processes of oil contaminated marine sediments P Cuny A Atkinson S L a S Guasco R Jezequel F Armougom V Michotey P Bonin C Militon 9 45 A.M. MM41A-08 Temperature-Mediated Microbial Community Transitions in the Temperate Coastal Ocean D Hunt Thursday 8 00 A.M. PC41A Room 211-213 Ocean Heat and Carbon Uptake and Storage Observations Mechanisms and Feedbacks I (joint with A B PO) Moderators Thomas Froelicher ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Jaime Palter McGill University Adele Morrison Princeton University Sarah Purkey University of Washington 8 00 A.M. PC41A-01 Climate sensitivity to ocean sequestration of heat and carbon R G Williams P Goodwin V Roussenov L Bopp 8 15 A.M. PC41A-02 Diagnosing global ocean content changes in historically forced CMIP simulations P J Durack P J Gleckler R J Stouffer G C Johnson C E Forest 8 30 A.M. PC41A-03 Warming of the Global Ocean Spatial Structure and Water-mass Trends S M A Hakkinen P B Rhines D L Worthen 8 45 A.M. PC41A-04 Impacts on Ocean Heat from Transient Mesoscale Eddies in a Hierarchy of Climate Models S M Griffies M Winton W Anderson R Benson T L Delworth C Dufour J P Dunne P Goddard A K Morrison A J Rosati A T Wittenberg J Yin R Zhang 9 00 A.M. PC41A-05 Mechanisms of Southern Ocean heat uptake and transport in a global eddying climate model A K Morrison S M Griffies M Winton J L Sarmiento W Anderson MM41A Room RO4 Linking Omics Insights to Marine Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemical Functioning I (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Adam Martiny University of California Irvine Katherine Mackey University of California Irvine 8 00 A.M. MM41A-01 Transcriptomic Analysis of Grazing by Marine Nanoflagellates B Palenik X Shi J Paz-Yepes 8 15 A.M. MM41A-02 Proteomic Assessment of Polar Bacteria Phylogeny and Functional Shifts During POM Degradation at 0 C M Mikan B L Nunn E Timmins-Schiffman H R Harvey 8 30 A.M. MM41A-03 Metabolic Potential of Microbial Genomes Reconstructed from a Deep-Sea Oligotrophic Sediment Metagenome B J Tully J A Huber J F Heidelberg 8 45 A.M. MM41A-04 The Functional Implications of Bottom Up and Top Down Controls on Marine Bacteria in Arthur Harbor a Highly Productive Coastal Setting on the West Antarctic Peninsula J S Bowman L A Amaral-Zettler J J Rich C Luria H W Ducklow 9 30 A.M. PC41A-07 Quantifying the impact of wind-stress and heat flux variability on simulated and observed ocean heat uptake M Huber L Zanna 9 45 A.M. PC41A-08 Interhemispheric Asymmetry of Warming in an Eddy Permitting Coupled Sector Model D K Hutchinson M H England A Hogg K Snow Thursday 8 00 A.M. PO41A Room 203-205 Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future I (joint with PC) Moderators Monika Rhein MARUM University of Bremen Mojib Latif GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Gokhan Danabasoglu National Center for Atmospheric Research Stuart Cunningham The Scottish Association for Marine Science 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 175 Scientific Program Thursday 8 00 A.M. 9 15 A.M. PC41A-06 What the mean overturning circulation tells us about transient ocean heat uptake Introducing Ocean Heat Uptake Potential J D Zika 8 00 A.M. PO41A-01 No Evidence for Ocean Circulation Driving the Atlantic Multi-Decadal Oscillation M A Cane 8 15 A.M. PO41A-02 The AMOC at the Boundary between the Subtropical and Subpolar North Atlantic M Rhein C Mertens D Kieke A Roessler T Breckenfelder C W Boning I Stendardo R Steinfeldt M Walter 8 30 A.M. PO41A-03 Diagnosing overturning and water mass transformation in the Labrador Sea from Argo and PALACE floats J Holte F Straneo 8 45 A.M. PO41A-04 Dynamical Attribution of Recent Variability in Atlantic Overturning H L Johnson H R Pillar D P Marshall P Heimbach 9 00 A.M. PO41A-05 Interannual variability of meridional ocean heat transport at 26.5 N and impacts on North Atlantic heat content W E Johns J Zhao G D McCarthy D Smeed C S Meinen M O Baringer E Frajka-Williams D Rayner E McDonagh B King 9 15 A.M. PO41A-06 Advective and Mixing Time Scales for Transport of Denmark Strait Overflow Water from the Labrador Sea to the Western Subtropical Atlantic Ocean Determined from 129I CFC and Hydrographic Time Series Observations W M Smethie Jr J Smith R G Curry I Yashayaev K Azetsu-Scott 9 30 A.M. PO41A-07 North Atlantic Deep Western Boundary Current Dynamics as Simulated by the VIKING20 Model Compared with Labrador Sea Observations P V K Handmann J Fischer M Visbeck E Behrens L Patara 9 45 A.M. PO41A-08 16 Years of Deep Western Boundary Current measurements in the MOVE array J Koelling U Send M J Lankhorst 9 45 A.M. PO41B-08 Impacts of Non-Divergence-Free Flows on the Coalescence of Initially Distant Buoyant Scalars on a Turbulent Free Surface K Pratt J P Crimaldi Thursday 8 00 A.M. PO41C Room 207 Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change IV (joint with A IS PC TE) Moderators Kyla Drushka University of Washington Nicolas Reul IFREMER 8 00 A.M. PO41C-01 Ocean to land moisture transport is reflected in sea surface salinity R W Schmitt J J Schanze L Li C Ummenhofer 8 15 A.M. PO41C-02 Are Surface Waters Around Greenland Getting Saltier in a Warming Climate N T Vinogradova R M Ponte C G Piecuch C M Little 8 30 A.M. PO41C-03 Variations of the Tropical Atlantic and Pacific SSS Minimum Zones and Their Relations to the ITCZ and SPCZ Rain Bands (1979-2009) T C Delcroix M L Tchilibou G Alory S Arnault G P Reverdin 8 45 A.M. PO41C-04 Accelerating Salinity Trends at Station ALOHA in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre D McCoy F SantiagoMandujano A J Plueddemann R A Weller R Lukas 9 00 A.M. PO41C-05 A New Long-Term Atlantic Surface Salinity Record Reveals An Intensification Of The Mean Salinity Field A R Friedman M Khodri G P Reverdin 9 15 A.M. PO41C-06 Comparing 60-year 30-year and 10-year trends in global ocean salinity - does water cycle intensification dominate the signal J R Reagan T Boyer M Zweng 9 30 A.M. PO41C-07 Rapid Amplification of the Global Water Cycle with Warming Inferred from Changes in the Width of the Salinity Distribution in Observations and CMIP5 Models N Skliris J D Zika A J G Nurser R Marsh S A Josey 9 45 A.M. PO41C-08 Drivers of Pacific-Atlantic basin contrasts in long-term salinity changes P J Durack P J Gleckler E Guilyardi Plenary Lectures Great Hall AB 10 30 A.M. Speaker C. Le Qu r 11 30 A.M. Speaker A. Boetius Thursday 8 00 A.M. PO41B Room 208-209 Lagrangian Perspectives on Ocean Circulation and Mixing I (joint with A IS OD TP) Moderators Lawrence Pratt Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Laura Slivinski Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences 8 00 A.M. PO41B-01 Nonlocal dispersion in the Gulf of Mexico F J Beron-Vera J H Lacasce Scientific Program 8 15 A.M. PO41B-02 Material transport in a wind and buoyancy forced mixed layer J A Mensa T zg kmen A C Poje J Imberger 8 30 A.M. PO41B-03 Disentangling Mesoscale Strain and Internal Waves Using Surface Drifters J J Early M P Lelong K S Smith M A Sundermeyer A M Sykulski 8 45 A.M. PO41B-04 Analysis of Inertial Oscillations in the Global Surface Drifter Dataset J M Lilly A M Sykulski J J Early S Elipot R Lumpkin R C Perez S C Olhede 9 00 A.M. PO41B-05 Lagrangian clustering detection of internal wave boluses M Allshouse G Salvador Vieira H L Swinney 9 15 A.M. PO41B-06 Deducing kinetic energy spectra from pair dispersion J H Lacasce 9 30 A.M. PO41B-07 3-D Export Pathways from the Southern Ocean E Karczewska P Haynes A Meijers E Shuckburgh D Jones J B Sallee Thursday P.M. Thursday 2 00 P.M. A43A Room 210 Gases as Tracers of Ocean Physical and Biogeochemical Processes I (joint with B CT IS PO) Moderators Roberta Hamme University of Victoria David Ho University of Hawaii 2 00 P.M. A43A-01 Circulation and Mixing in the Core and Oxycline of the Tropical North Atlantic Oxygen Minimum Zone as inferred from two TREs M Visbeck T S Tanhua D Banyte M Koellner 2 15 P.M. A43A-02 Oxygen Utilization Rate (OUR) Underestimates Ocean Respiration A Model Study W Koeve P K hler A Oschlies A Koertzinger 176 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2 30 P.M. A43A-03 Seasonal Oxygen Supersaturation and Air-Sea Fluxes from Profiling Floats in the Pacific S M Bushinsky S R Emerson 2 45 P.M. A43A-04 Using O2 Ar ratios to to assess biological production and near-surface vertical vertical mixing in global general circulation models on daily to seasonal timescales B F Jonsson J P Dunne S C Doney 3 00 P.M. A43A-05 Biological Productivity and Air-Sea Gas Exchange in a Coastal Upwelling Zone from Oxygen Isotopes and Noble Gases C C Manning R H Stanley D P Nicholson M E Squibb J M Smith F Chavez J T Pennington 3 15 P.M. A43A-06 METHANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE IN SEASONALLY UPWELLED HYPOXIC CONTINENTAL SHELF WATERS WITH METHANE SEEPS MULTI-YEAR DATA FROM COASTAL BRITISH COLUMBIA D Capelle P D Tortell 3 30 P.M. A43A-07 Carbonyl sulfide as a tracer for terrestrial net primary production The oceanic perspective S T Lennartz M von Hobe K Kr ger B Quack B M Sinnhuber S Falk A Pozzer C Bruehl C A Marandino R Simo P Cortes Greus 3 45 P.M. A43A-08 Long-Term Observations of Atmospheric CO2 O3 and BrO over the Transitioning Arctic Ocean Pack-ice The O-Buoy Chemical Network P Matrai individual-based model K Rose S Creekmore P Thomas K Craig R Neilan S Rahman L Wang D Justic Thursday 2 00 P.M. B43A Room 225-227 Physical-Biogeochemical Coupling in Oceanic Eddies and Fronts From Submesoscale to Mesoscale Processes I (joint with EC ME PO PP) Moderators Peng Xiu SCSIO South China Sea Institute of Oceanology Chinese Academy of Sciences Kuanbo Zhou Xiamen Univ. Minhan Dai Xiamen University Arne Biastoch GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 2 00 P.M. B43A-01 Observations of rapid changes in N P ratio associated with non-Redfield nutrient utilization in mesoscale eddies in the upper ocean M Dai Y Xu S J Kao B Huang J Sun Z Sun 2 15 P.M. B43A-02 Biogeochemical Properties of Eddies in the California Current System P J S Franks F Chenillat V Combes 2 30 P.M. B43A-03 Biogeochemistry of Recently Discovered Oxygen-Depleted Mesoscale Eddies in the Open Eastern Tropical North Atlantic B Fiedler D Grundle C R L scher F Sch tte H Hauss J Karstensen P Silva A Koertzinger 2 45 P.M. B43A-04 Meso-scale eddies and the impacts on variability of carbonate chemistry over deep coral reefs in the Florida Straits M Jiang C Pan L Barbero C Hu J Reed J Salisbury R H Wanninkhof 3 00 P.M. B43A-05 PHYSICAL AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL DYNAMICS IN A SUBMESOSCALE FRONT FORCED BY HIGH FREQUENCY WINDS D B Whitt M Levy J R Taylor 3 15 P.M. B43A-06 Oceanic fronts transition zones for bacterioplankton community composition F Baltar K Currie E Stuck S Roosa S Morales 3 30 P.M. B43A-07 Mesoscale and Sub-mesoscale Variability in Phytoplankton Community Composition in the Sargasso Sea B Bachman T L Richardson M W Lomas 3 45 P.M. B43A-08 Submesoscale bio-physical interactions observed with high-resolution airborne remote sensing I M Angel Benavides B Baschek W D Miller G B Smith R R ttgers R P North G O Marmorino Thursday 2 00 P.M. AH43A Room 206 Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes IV (joint with EC HI) Moderators Louis Legendre Universit Pierre et Marie Curie Cheryl Brown US EPA Nianzhi Jiao Xiamen University John Lehrter US EPA 2 00 P.M. AH43A-01 Anthropogenic Effects on Ecosystem Services as Mediated by Ocean Biogeochemical Processes R B Rivkin M R Anderson L Legendre 2 15 P.M. AH44A-0070 Modeling the Effects of Hypoxia on Fish Movement in the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone E LaBone D Justic K Rose L Wang H Huang 2 30 P.M. AH43A-03 Elevated pCO2 Decreases the Role of DOC in Vertical Export A James C A Carlson U Passow M A Brzezinski R Parsons J N Trapani 2 45 P.M. AH43A-04 pCO2 Effects on Species Composition and Growth of an Estuarine Phytoplankton Community J S Grear T A Rynearson A L Montalbano B W Govenar S Menden-Deuer 3 00 P.M. AH43A-05 Determination of the Anthropogenic Carbon Signal to the Total Change in Dissolved Carbon in the Coastal Upwelling Region Along the Washington-Oregon-California Continental Margin R A Feely 3 15 P.M. AH43A-06 Acidification at the oxic-anoxic boundary in Chesapeake Bay waters W J Cai 3 30 P.M. AH43A-07 Exploring Effects of Hypoxia on Fish and Fisheries in the Northern Gulf of Mexico using a Dynamic SpatiallyExplicit Ecosystem Model K de Mutsert J Steenbeek K Lewis J Buszowski J H Cowan Jr V Christensen 3 45 P.M. AH43A-08 Modeling the population-level effects of hypoxia on a coastal fish implications of a spatially-explicit CT43A Room 228-230 The Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) I (joint with B EC MM PP) Moderators Helena Osterholz Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology Sasha Wagner Skidaway Institute of Oceanography Aron Stubbins Skidaway Institute of Oceanography 2 00 P.M. CT43A-01 Structuring of bacterial communities by phytoplankton and DOM in the Delaware estuary D Kirchman G R DiTullio H Osterholz J Niggemann T Dittmar 2 15 P.M. CT43A-02 Molecular Transformations of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Lower Amazon River M Seidel T Dittmar N D Ward A V Krusche J E Richey P L Yager P M Medeiros 2 30 P.M. CT43A-03 The fate of terrestrial dissolved organic matter in the Eurasian basin of the Arctic Ocean K Kaiser 2 45 P.M. CT43A-04 Rivers and nitrate control DOC distribution in the upper Atlantic Ocean C Romera-Castillo R T Letscher D A Hansell 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 177 Scientific Program Thursday 2 00 P.M. 3 00 P.M. CT43A-05 Sources and Cycling of Dissolved Organic Carbon in the Gulf of Mexico Insights from Stable (13C) and Radiocarbon (14C) Signatures B D Walker E R M Druffel S Griffin J Kolasinski B J Roberts X Xu F E Muller-Karger B E Rosenheim 3 15 P.M. CT43A-06 Targeted Isolation of Refractory and SemiLabile DOM for Detailed Molecular Study First Results from the Central North Pacific Subtropical Gyre T Broek T P Guilderson A L Bour Y T Yamaguchi M D McCarthy 3 30 P.M. CT43A-07 Amino Acid Enantiomeric Ratios in SemiLabile vs. Refractory Dissolved Organic Matter Implications for a Microbial N Pump A L Bour T Broek E J Gier M D Mccarthy 3 45 P.M. CT43A-08 Cycling of marine dissolved organic carbon New insights from radiocarbon distribution within carboxylic-rich alicyclic molecules and acylated heteropolysaccharides P Zigah S R Beaupre D Repeta A P McNichol L Xu L Aluwihare NOAA Kevin Boswell Florida International University Mark Barton Florida International University 2 00 P.M. HE43A-01 Intrusion of Subarctic Currents into a Perpetual Sub-zero Cold Pool Allows Recruitment and Export of Snow Crabs in the Northern Bering Sea J M Kolts J R Lovvorn C A North M A Janout 2 15 P.M. HE43A-02 Temperature-Dependent Lipid Storage of Juvenile Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) and Co-Occurring North Pacific Gadids L Copeman B Laurel M L Spencer P Iseri A L Sremba 2 30 P.M. HE43A-03 Abundance and Distribution of Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) and other Pelagic Fishes over the U.S. Continental Shelf of the Northern Bering and Chukchi Seas C Wilson A De Robertis K D Taylor E Farley 2 45 P.M. HE43A-04 Population Dynamics Distribution and Diet of Arctic Cod (Boreogadus saida) in the Eastern Chukchi Sea J M Marsh F J Mueter T Quinn II K Iken S L Danielson 3 00 P.M. HE43A-05 SHELFZ Nearshore and Offshore Characterization of Arctic Cod and Sculpin Habitats and its Association with Ontogenetic Diet Shifts in the Chukchi Sea L Sousa A I Pinchuk E Logerwell S L Danielson J Vollenweider R Heintz S L Parker-Stetter J K Horne 3 15 P.M. HE43A-06 Biophysical processes in Barrow Canyon influence fish distribution age and growth E Logerwell K Rand S L Danielson L Sousa 3 30 P.M. HE43A-07 WITHDRAWN Salmon on the Edge Growth and Condition of Juvenile Chum and Pink Salmon in the Northeastern Bering Sea M V McPhee 3 45 P.M. HE43A-08 Energy Content of Arctic Forage Fish R Heintz J Vollenweider M Callahan A Robertson M B Barton L Sousa F J Mueter S Mosher J Moran E Logerwell K M Boswell T Sformo E Farley Thursday 2 00 P.M. EC43A Room 220-221 Understanding the Coastal Carbon Cycle and Biogeochemical Processes in the Coastal Ocean Observations and Modeling II (joint with B) Moderators Elisabeth Sikes Rutgers University New Brunswick Weifeng Zhang Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Thomas Bianchi University of Florida 2 00 P.M. EC43A-01 High Resolution Net Ecosystem Metabolism in a Complex Estuary Evaluated by Biogeochemical Modeling C Llebot Y H Spitz A M Baptista 2 15 P.M. EC43A-02 Modeling Nitrogen Cycling in Delaware Estuary A Tabatabai J Wilkin 2 30 P.M. EC43A-03 Upward Nitrate Flux and Downward Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) Flux along a Gradient of Stratification and Turbulent Mixing in an Arctic Shelf Sea (Barents Sea) I Wiedmann M Reigstad J E Tremblay A Sundfjord 2 45 P.M. EC43A-04 Revising the release of fixed carbon in coastal phytoplankton the role of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) L Windecker M A Brzezinski E Wear C A Carlson U Passow 3 00 P.M. EC43A-05 Degradation of Terrestrial Organic Carbon and its Effect on the Air-Sea CO2 Exchange F Fransner E Gustafsson L Tedesco M C Geibel R Hordoir F Roquet J Nycander C Humborg C M M rth M Vichi 3 15 P.M. EC43A-06 Controls on Primary Productivity in the Strait of Georgia E Olson S E Allen B Moore-Maley N K Soontiens D Latornell 3 30 P.M. EC43A-07 Influence of the Amazon River on the composition of particulate organic carbon in the western tropical Atlantic Ocean D He W Berelson P L Yager P M Medeiros 3 45 P.M. EC43A-08 Modelling Biogeochemistry Across Domains with The Modular System for Shelves and Coasts (MOSSCO) H Burchard C Lemmen R Hofmeister K Knut M H Nasermoaddeli O Kerimoglu F Koesters K Wirtz Thursday 2 00 P.M. HE43B Room 215-216 Ice-Ocean Interactions and Circulation around the Antarctic Margins II (joint with A OD TP) Moderators Andrew Stewart University of California Los Angeles Andrew Thompson California Institute of Technology 2 00 P.M. HE43B-01 New Multi-Season Measurements of Currents and Hydrography from Profiling Floats and Altimetry in the Amundsen Sea Implications for Antarctic Shelf-Slope Exchange and Sea-Ice Thermodynamics J B Girton K B Dohan R D Muench 2 15 P.M. HE43B-02 Observations of Antarctic Slope Current Transport and Dense Water Flow in the Northwestern Weddell Sea M V C Azaneu K J Heywood B Y Queste A F Thompson 2 30 P.M. HE43B-03 Transport pathways of nutrients in the Amundsen Sea Antarctica P St-Laurent M S Dinniman E E Hofmann R M Sherrell S E Stammerjohn P L Yager E Randall-Goodwin 2 45 P.M. HE43B-04 WITHDRAWN Distribution of Upper Circumpolar Deep Water on the warming continental shelf of the West Antarctic Peninsula N Couto O Schofield D G Martinson M S Dinniman J A Graham 3 00 P.M. HE43B-05 Mixing at the fringes of a rapidly melting Antarctic ice shelf A Naveira Garabato A Forryan P Dutrieux L Brannigan L C Biddle K J Heywood A Jenkins Y L Firing S Kimura Scientific Program Thursday 2 00 P.M. HE43A Room 217-219 Biophysical Processes at the Arctic Sub-Arctic Interface II (joint with ME PC PO PP) Moderators Ron Heintz NMFS NOAA JJ Vollenweider NMFS 178 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 15 P.M. HE43B-06 Rapid Subsurface Warming of West Antarctic Peninsula Waters by East Antarctic Coastal Winds P Spence 3 30 P.M. HE43B-07 Mechanisms Modulating the Ocean Forcing of Pine Island Glacier B Webber K J Heywood D P Stevens P Dutrieux S Jacobs E P Abrahamsen A Jenkins H K Ha S H Lee T W Kim S Kimura K Assmann A Wahlin 3 45 P.M. HE43B-08 Transport of ice shelf basal meltwater around Antarctica M S Dinniman J M Klinck II L Padman 2 42 P.M. ME43A-04 Climate Variability in the California Current System from a 31-year (1980-2010) Historical Analysis Computed using the ROMS 4D-Var Data Assimilation System W J Crawford A M Moore M Jacox E Neveu J Fiechter C A Edwards 2 56 P.M. ME43A-05 Effect of Interannual Variability on the Ocean Acidification-induced Habitat Restriction of the Humboldt Current System A C Franco N Gruber M Munnich 3 10 P.M. ME43A-06 Future Changes of Nutrient Dynamics and Biological Productivity in California Current System F Chai P Xiu E N Curchitser 3 24 P.M. ME43A-07 Relationships between Climate and Biodiversity of Fish Assemblages in the Southern California Current Region H McMonagle J A Koslow W Watson 3 38 P.M. ME43A-08 Upwelling and Other Environmental Influences on Growth of a Nearshore Benthic Fish V R von Biela C E Zimmerman G H Kruse F J Mueter B Black D C Douglas J L Bodkin Thursday 2 00 P.M. HI43A Room RO1 The Emerging Science of Marine Debris From Assessment to Knowledge that Informs Solutions II (joint with EC ME P) Moderators Amy Uhrin University of Wisconsin Jenna Jambeck University of Georgia Kara Lavender Law Sea Education Association Hillary Burgess University of Washington 2 00 P.M. HI43A-01 Relating plastic in the ocean to ecological harm a review of recent progress in risk analysis B D Hardesty 2 15 P.M. HI43A-02 Using Expert Elicitation to Estimate the Impacts of Plastic Pollution on Marine Wildlife N J Mallos C Wilcox G H Leonard A G Rodriquez B D Hardesty 2 30 P.M. HI43A-03 A Comprehensive Approach to Evaluating Hazards of Microplastics in the Marine Environment A E Noble A S Lewis C H Butler T D Lunsman T Verslycke 2 45 P.M. HI43A-04 Loopy Floppy and Fragmented Debris Characteristics Matter J Parrish H K Burgess 3 00 P.M. HI43A-05 Types and Origins of Debris Found on Maui Shorelines Implications for Mitigation Policies and Strategies L Blickley J J Currie G D Kaufman 3 15 P.M. HI43A-06 Tropical Cyclones Derelict Traps and the Future of the Florida Keys Commercial Spiny Lobster Fishery A V Uhrin 3 30 P.M. HI43A-07 Plastic Free Belize People Plastic and Pollution in a developing Caribbean nation P A Bennett-Martin P Longobardi 3 45 P.M. HI43A-08 Marine Litter in the context of G7 Nothing but empty rhetoric J Neumann H Imhoff Thursday 2 00 P.M. ME43B Room RO2 Impacts of Ecological Interactions on Marine Ecosystem Dynamics New Insights from Models Theory and Field Measurements II Moderators Kelly Benoit-Bird Oregon State University Adam Greer University of Southern Mississippi Kirstin Holsman National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Steven Litvin Stanford University 2 00 P.M. ME43B-01 Plankton Production Fish Catch and the Potential for Sharp Regional Catch Trends Under Climate Change C A Stock J G John V Lam R R Rykaczewski W W L Cheung J P Dunne R G Asch J L Sarmiento 2 15 P.M. ME43B-02 Geographic variation in Pacific herring growth in response to regime shifts in the North Pacific Ocean S I Ito K Rose J Schweigert D Hay F Werner M N Aita 2 30 P.M. ME43B-03 Regime Shifts in the Gulf of Alaska Simulated by Ocean Biogeochemical Models C Beaulieu H Cole S Henson A Yool T Anderson L de Mora E Buithenuis M Butensch n I Totterdell J I Allen Thursday 2 00 P.M. ME43A Room RO5 Ecosystem Responses to Climate Variability in Eastern Boundary Upwelling Ecosystems I (joint with B PC PO PP) Moderators Michael Jacox University of California-Santa Cruz Ryan Rykaczewski University of South Carolina Marisol Garcia Reyes Farallon Institute 2 00 P.M. ME43A-01 Modes of upwelling variability in the Benguela Current System and how they relate to ecosystem productivity M Garcia Reyes T Lamont S J Bograd B Black R J M Crawford C Van Der Lingen S A Thompson R R Rykaczewski W J Sydeman 2 14 P.M. ME43A-02 Optimal Environmental Conditions and Anomalous Ecosystem Responses in the California Current System M Jacox E L Hazen S J Bograd 2 28 P.M. ME43A-03 ENSO related Changes in Offshore Transport and Biological Productivity within the California Current System from 1979 to 2014 M W Frischknecht M Munnich D Byrne N Gruber 3 00 P.M. ME43B-05 Tracing Carbon Flow Through Food Webs on Isolated Coral Reefs in the Central Pacific Ocean Using a Compound-Specific Stable Isotope Approach S Thorrold K McMahon C D Braun M L Berumen L A Houghton 3 15 P.M. ME43B-06 Effects of ecological interactions and environmental conditions on community dynamics in an estuarine ecosystem H Liu T Minello G Sutton 3 30 P.M. ME43B-07 Patterns of Macrozooplankton and Fish Occurrence Beneath McMurdo Sound Fast Ice during Spring Summer 2014 2015 B T Saenz K L Daly S Kim D G Ainley G Ballard 3 45 P.M. ME43B-08 PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS IN THE GLOBAL OCEAN PATTERNS DRIVERS UNCERTAINTIES M Vogt C O Brien C Swan N Gruber 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 179 Scientific Program 2 45 P.M. ME43B-04 The Resilience of Coral Reefs Across a Hierarchy of Spatial and Temporal scales P J Mumby Thursday 2 00 P.M. MG43A Room 231-232 Mapping the Oceans Coordinating Seabed and Habitat Mapping for Maritime Spatial Planning I (joint with HI IS ME OD) Moderators Alan Stevenson British Geological Survey - BGS Thomas Furey Irish Marine Institute 2 00 P.M. MG43A-01 Mapping the UK and European Seabed Sharing Information to Deliver New Marine Geological Products. A G Stevenson 2 15 P.M. MG43A-02 Comparison of Sea Floor Character in Two Areas Mapped by the California Seafloor and Coastal Mapping Program G R Cochrane 2 30 P.M. MG43A-03 Atlantic Plate Production Mechanisms over the last 120Ma A Geological map of the Vema Fracture Zone Region C W Devey I A Yeo N Augustin S Bredemeyer M Klischies J K hler D Metz D Palgan 2 45 P.M. MG43A-04 Developing INFOMAR s Seabed Mapping Data to Support a Sustainable Marine Economy M T Judge J Guinan 3 00 P.M. MG43A-05 MeshAtlantic Mapping Atlantic Area Seabed Habitats For Better Marine Management F McGrath 3 15 P.M. MG43A-06 Multi-criteria Resource Mapping and its Relevance in the Assessment of Habitat Changes V R Van Lancker L Kint S van Heteren 3 30 P.M. MG43A-07 WITHDRAWN Mid-Shelf Hardground Fish Habitats off the Georgia Coast M Platt L Sautter 3 45 P.M. MG43A-08 The Marine Geoscience Data System and the Global Multi-Resolution Topography Synthesis Online Resources for Exploring Ocean Mapping Data V L Ferrini J J Morton S M Carbotte 3 15 P.M. MM43A-06 Combining OMIC tools and other targeted molecular methods to evaluate iron limitation of diatoms in the Northeast Pacific Ocean D Chappell J Wallace B D Jenkins K Powell 3 30 P.M. MM43A-07 Combining In Situ and Culture-based Omic and Biogeochemical Measures to Identify the Physiological Ecology of a Blooming Diatom in the Amazon River Plume H Alexander C A Durkin S Dyhrman 3 45 P.M. MM43A-08 Strong latitudinal and vertical biogeography of Synechococcus diversity in the equatorial Pacific Ocean A Martiny A G Kent C Mouginot S E Baer M W Lomas Thursday 2 00 P.M. PC43A Room 211-213 Ocean Heat and Carbon Uptake and Storage Observations Mechanisms and Feedbacks II (joint with A B PO) Moderators Thomas Froelicher ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Jaime Palter McGill University Adele Morrison Princeton University Sarah Purkey University of Washington 2 00 P.M. PC43A-01 Climate and biogeochemical sensitivity at ocean model resolutions of 100 km and 10 km J P Dunne E D Galbraith W Anderson C O Dufour S M Griffies J L Sarmiento R Slater M Winton 2 15 P.M. PC43A-02 Linking the North Atlantic Carbon Sink to Southern Ocean Winds B Bronselaer L Zanna 2 30 P.M. PC43A-03 Transport and storage of anthropogenic C across the Greenland-Portugal OVIDE section Observations vs NEMO-PISCES M Gehlen V Racap P Zunino P Lherminier L Bopp H Mercier 2 45 P.M. PC43A-04 Temporal Variability of North Atlantic Carbon Fluxes and their Sensitivity to the Meridional Overturning Circulation P Brown E McDonagh R Sanders B King A J Watson U Schuster S Henson 3 00 P.M. PC43A-05 Decadal Predictions of the Oceanic Carbon Uptake H Li T Ilyina W A Mueller 3 15 P.M. PC43A-06 Partitioning Uncertainty in Ocean Carbon Uptake Predictions N S Lovenduski A R Fay G A McKinley K T Lindsay M C Long 3 30 P.M. PC43A-07 Strengthening of the Southern Ocean Carbon Sink through Recent Changes in Freshwater Forcing A Haumann M Munnich N Gruber S Eberenz C Nissen P Landschutzer 3 45 P.M. PC43A-08 The Influence of Natural Climate Variabilty on the Relation Between Air-sea Oxygen and Heat Exchange Y Eddebbar L Resplandy M C Long K B Rodgers R F Keeling Thursday 2 00 P.M. MM43A Room RO4 Linking Omics Insights to Marine Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemical Functioning II (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Katherine Mackey University of California Irvine Adam Martiny University of California Irvine Scientific Program 2 00 P.M. MM43A-01 Multi-Omics Profiling of Phytoplankton Community Metabolism Linking Meta-Transcriptomics and Metabolomics to Elucidate Phytoplankton Physiology in a Model Coastal System E B Kujawinski K Longnecker H Alexander S Dyhrman B D Jenkins T A Rynearson 2 15 P.M. MM43A-02 The effect of temperature on carbon uptake and its fate in diverse strains of Prochlorococcus Z I Johnson 2 30 P.M. MM43A-03 A Prochlorococcus proving ground for constraint-based metabolic modeling and multi- omics data integration J Casey B Ji S Shaoie A Mardinoglu P Sarathi Sen O Jahn K Reda J Leigh M J Follows J Nielsen D M Karl 2 45 P.M. MM43A-04 Temporal and Spatial Variations in Transcriptional Patterns among Closely Related Marine Microbial Taxa I N Shilova J Robidart E DeLong J P Zehr 3 00 P.M. MM43A-05 Phosphite Utilization by the Globally Important Marine Diazotroph Trichodesmium D Polyviou A Hitchcock A J Baylay C M Moore T S Bibby Thursday 2 00 P.M. PO43A Room 203-205 Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future II (joint with PC) Moderators Mojib Latif GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Monika Rhein University of Bremen Gokhan Danabasoglu National Center for Atmospheric Research Stuart Cunningham The Scottish Association for Marine Science 2 00 P.M. PO43A-01 Extreme Sea Level Rise Event Linked to 2009-10 AMOC Downturn J Yin 180 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 2 15 P.M. PO43A-02 The relation between AMOC gyre circulation and meridional heat transports in the North Atlantic in model simulations of the last millennium J H Jungclaus E MorenoChamarro K Lohmann D Zanchettin 2 30 P.M. PO43A-03 Meridional overturning circulations driven by surface wind and buoyancy forcing M J Bell 2 45 P.M. PO43A-04 The Role of the Nordic Seas in Promoting Deep Water Formation in the Northern Hemisphere L P Nadeau R M Ferrari 3 00 P.M. PO43A-05 The Subpolar AMOC Dynamic Response of the Horizontal and Overturning Circulations due to Ocean Heat Content Changes between 1990 and 2014 S A Cunningham B Berx C Johnson 3 15 P.M. PO43A-06 Sea-level fluctuations show ocean circulation impact on Atlantic multidecadal variability G D McCarthy I D Haigh J Hirschi J P Grist D Smeed 3 30 P.M. PO43A-07 North Atlantic Simulations in Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments phase II (CORE-II) Inter-Annual to Decadal Variability G Danabasoglu S G Yeager W M Kim E Behrens M Bentsen D Bi A Biastoch R Bleck C W Boning A Bozec V Canuto C Cassou E Chassignet A Coward S Danilov N Diansky H Drange R Farneti E Fernandez P G Fogli T Jung G Forget Y Fujii S M Griffies A A Gusev P Heimbach A M Howard M Ilicak A R Karspeck M Kelley W Large A Leboissetier J Lu G Madec S J Marsland S Masina A Navarra A J G Nurser A Pirani A Romanou D Salas y M lia B L Hunter Samuels M Scheinert D Sidorenko S Sun A M Treguier H Tsujino P Uotila S Valcke A Voldoire Q Wang I Yashayaev 3 45 P.M. PO43A-08 The Importance of the Transition Zone to Decadal AMOC Variability M W Buckley J Marshall 3 30 P.M. PO43B-07 Eddy-topography interactions and the fate of the Persian Gulf Outflow C Vic G Roullet X Capet X J Carton M J Molemaker J Gula 3 45 P.M. PO43B-08 Anomalous ocean conditions along the US Pacific coast in 2014 analyses using the West Coast Operational Forecast System (WCOFS) A L Kurapov J A Barth M Kosro E P Myers III E J Bayler Thursday 2 00 P.M. PO43C Room 222 From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean I (joint with A B TE TP) Moderators Theresa Paluszkiewicz Office of Naval Research Amala Mahadevan Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 2 00 P.M. PO43C-01 A Time Series View of Surface Forcing and Upper Ocean Variability in the northern Bay of Bengal R A Weller J T Farrar J Moum E Shroyer D Sengupta M Ravichandran R Venkatsen 2 15 P.M. PO43C-02 Near-surface Stratification and Submesoscale Fronts in the north Bay of Bengal during Summer Monsoon of 2014 and 2015 D Sengupta S L Jarugula E A D Asaro D Chaudhuri S S A Tandon R M A Lucas H L Simmons 2 30 P.M. PO43C-03 Instability of thin freshwater layers in the Bay of Bengal J D Nash J A MacKinnon A Pickering E Shroyer A Lucas A Tandon A Mahadevan D Sengupta K A Tennyson 2 45 P.M. PO43C-04 Ship-based Observations of a Salinitydominated Density Front in the Bay of Bengal during AugustSeptember 2015 S L Jarugula E A D Asaro S S D Chaudhuri A Lucas D Sengupta 3 00 P.M. PO43C-05 Subduction and Restratification Along an Eddy Edge The Role of Ekman Dynamics and Submesoscale Processes A Lucas D Sengupta E A D Asaro J D Nash E Shroyer A Mahadevan A Tandon J A MacKinnon R Pinkel 3 15 P.M. PO43C-06 Rapid Near-inertial Internal Wave Group Propagation Through the Transition Layer from Float and Glider Observations in the Bay of Bengal S Johnston D L Rudnick J T Sherman Thursday 2 00 P.M. PO43B Room 207 Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies I (joint with A EC IS OD) Moderators Robert Todd Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Christopher Edwards University of California Santa Cruz John Wilkin Rutgers University 2 00 P.M. PO43B-01 Diagnosing large Gulf Stream meanders in the South Atlantic Bight using adjoint sensitivity analysis X Zeng R He 2 15 P.M. PO43B-02 Dynamics of the Direct Intrusion of Gulf Stream Ring Water onto the Mid-Atlantic Bight Continental Shelf W Zhang G Gawarkiewicz 2 30 P.M. PO43B-03 Cross-Isobath Transport of Shelf Slope Water Driven by Offshore Eddies D Cherian K H Brink 2 45 P.M. PO43B-04 Tidally-Driven Exchange at the Shelf Break C Spingys R G Williams M Green J Hopkins J Sharples 3 00 P.M. PO43B-05 Current and Wind-driven Upwelling Events Inshore of the Agulhas Current G M Leber L M Beal 3 15 P.M. PO43B-06 Pathway of the Kuroshio water traveling to the Bering Sea in a western North Pacific eddy-resolving model analyzed with the tangent linear and adjoint models Y Fujii H Mitsudera T Nakamura H Nishigaki T Miyama T Wagawa S I Ito N Hirose N Usui 3 45 P.M. PO43C-08 Summer Monsoon winds and density fronts Results from a submesoscale-permitting model A Tandon S Ramachandran A Mahadevan Thursday 2 00 P.M. PO43D Room 208-209 Lagrangian Perspectives on Ocean Circulation and Mixing II (joint with A IS OD TP) Moderators Laura Slivinski Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences Lawrence Pratt Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joseph Lacasce University of Oslo 2 00 P.M. PO43D-01 A Lagrangian Perspective of the Tropical Cold Bias in Climate Models M D Thomas A V Fedorov 2 15 P.M. PO43D-02 Seasonality of the Surface Circulation in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Insights from Two Large-Scale Drifter Deployments H Huntley A D Kirwan Jr H Chang C Consortium 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 181 Scientific Program 3 30 P.M. PO43C-07 Mixed Layer Heat and Fresh Water Balance in North Bay of Bengal (18N 90E) Using a Seaglider and Mooring V P Thangaprakash M S Girishkumar S S D Chaudhuri N Sureshkumar M Ravichandran D Sengupta R A Weller 2 30 P.M. PO43D-03 Spatio-temporal Variability of the SST from Drifters and Satellites I M Koszalka J H Lacasce P E Isachsen M Sanchez de la Lama 2 45 P.M. PO43D-04 Drifter measurements during the Alborex experiment in the Western Mediterranean P Pierre-Marie M Menna A Pascual 3 00 P.M. PO43D-05 A Hybrid Particle-Ensemble Kalman Filter for Assimilating Lagrangian Data into a High-Dimensional Model E Spiller 3 15 P.M. PO43D-06 Multiscale Modelling of the Turbulence Induced Biodynamical Interaction (TIBI) Effect L Goodman 3 30 P.M. PO43D-07 Modeling the drift of objects floating in the sea D Nof L N Girihagama 3 45 P.M. PO43D-08 Quasi Real Time Cruise Deployment Guidance to Coherent Regions Using Lagrangian Methods M Dehghani Ashkezari B Barone M J Follows C N Hill S T Wilson D M Karl 4 00 P.M. A44A-2681 POSTER Oxygen Balance and Net Ecosystem Production in a Florida Subtropical Estuary R Najjar L E Seidensticker M Herrmann J N Boyer W M Kemp D J Tomaso 4 00 P.M. A44A-2682 POSTER Using Noble Gases to Constrain the Impact of Water-Mass Formation Processes on Dissolved Gases R C Hamme S R Emerson 4 00 P.M. A44A-2683 POSTER Dissolved methane in the US GEOTRACES Arctic section L M Whitmore A M Shiller 4 00 P.M. A44A-2684 POSTER WITHDRAWN GREENHOUSE GASES (CO2 CH4 AND N2O) FLUXES FROM THE SOUTHEASTERN ARABIAN SEA SHELF S Valliyodan K V Sudharma G V M Gupta 4 00 P.M. A44A-2685 POSTER Do Climate Feedbacks in the Tropical East Pacific Impact Emissions of Biogenic Halocarbons H Hepach B Quack E L Atlas A Fiehn A Bracher S Tegtmeier K Kr ger 4 00 P.M. A44A-2686 POSTER Global marine isoprene emissions A field lab and model study synthesis D Booge C Schlundt P I Palmer M Drews C A Marandino 4 00 P.M. A44A-2687 POSTER Biogenic sources and sinks of bromocarbon in different marine environments S Endres D Schiewe B Quack J Piontek H Hepach A Engel 4 00 P.M. A44A-2688 POSTER Quantification of Aerosol Derived Particulate Matter and Trace gases in the Coastal Belt of Kochi Kerala India S C H 4 00 P.M. A44A-2689 POSTER Development of Seawater Dissolved Gas Extraction and Laser-based DIC and 13C-DIC Analysis System M K Brooks R F Keeling B Paplawsky A J Andersson Thursday 2 00 P.M. T008 Room RO3 Ocean Mixing From Stratified Turbulence to Large-Scale Meridional Overturning Circulation (joint with A EC PO TP) Thursday 2 30 P.M. T010 Room RO3 Recent Advances in the Fundamentals of Turbulent Flow Relevance (and Some Irrelevance) to Oceanic Flow (joint with A PO TP) Thursday 3 00 P.M. T011 Room RO3 Recognizing Ocean Deoxygenation as a Global Change Challenge (joint with B ME OD PC) Thursday 4 00 P.M. AH44A Poster Hall Nutrient-Enhanced Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia and Other Anthropogenic Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes V Posters (joint with EC HI) Moderators M Robin Anderson Fisheries and Oceans Canada Jason Grear US EPA Wei-Jun Cai University of Delaware Nianzhi Jiao Xiamen University 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0066 POSTER Hypoxia in the Chunsu Bay Bottom Water in Korea Induced by the Inland Fresh Water Discharge Y J Ro K Y Jung 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0067 POSTER Understanding the Relative Influence of Anthropogenic Versus Natural Nitrogen on Biogeochemical Processes in the Southern California Bight K McLaughlin M D Howard 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0068 POSTER Modeling study of a hypoxia event off the Yangtze Estuary H Zong P Ding 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0069 POSTER Long-term simulation of vertical transport process and its impact on bottom DO in Chesapeake Bay J Du J Shen 4 00 P.M. AH43A-02 POSTER Sources of Nutrients to Nearshore Areas of a Eutrophic Estuary Implications for Nutrient-Enhanced Acidification in Puget Sound S R Pacella 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0071 POSTER Integrated Model of Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia to Support Ecosystem Prediction and Environmental Management in the California Current Ecosystem M Sutula J C McWilliams C A Deutsch R F Ambrose S R Alin Thursday 3 30 P.M. T013 Room RO3 Velocity and Transport from Oceanic Electric Fields Principles and Practice (joint with IS OD PO) Scientific Program Thursday 4 00 P.M. A44A Poster Hall Gases as Tracers of Ocean Physical and Biogeochemical Processes II Posters (joint with B CT IS PO) Moderators Roberta Hamme University of Victoria David Ho University of Hawaii 4 00 P.M. A44A-2677 POSTER Oxygen uptake and vertical transport during deep convection events D Sun T Ito A Bracco 4 00 P.M. A44A-2678 POSTER Uncertainty in future open-ocean deoxygenation reflects the imbalance between ventilation and remineralization Y Takano T Ito 4 00 P.M. A44A-2679 POSTER Physical and Biogeochemical Factors Affecting Deep Oxygen Minimum Zone Variability at the Bermuda Atlantic Time Series Site S Stevens R Johnson 4 00 P.M. A44A-2680 POSTER Evaluating the use of tracer methods to infer changes in ventilation variability A E Shao S Mecking L Thompson R Sonnerup 182 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING N Bednarsek D Bianchi R A Feely F Kessouri M Gold K McLaughlin L Ohlsson L Renault S Weisberg 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0072 POSTER Reducing Hypoxia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Lessons from Simple and Complex Models D Justic D A Fertitta L Wang 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0073 POSTER Estuarine Modeling Does a higher grid resolution improve model performance J J Pauer T J Feist W Melendez X Zhang J C Lehrter 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0074 POSTER The Role of Ocean Acidification on Estuarine Phytoplankton Growth and Organic Contaminant Uptake T R Weakley R Errera S Bargu A Mallozzi M Finkelstein 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0075 POSTER Carbon flux and hypoxia in the Chesapeake Bay J Brodeur A Joesoef W J Huang W J Cai 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0076 POSTER Flushing Time Estimates for Estuarine Sub-Regions using Numerical Circulation and Box Models D S Ullman 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0077 POSTER Contributions to Hypoxia Development in Mississippi Bight Waters as Revealed by Tracer Distributions During a 4-year Time Series P Ho A M Shiller 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0078 POSTER Nutrient - Salinity Ratios as Tracers for Mixing in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) J S Kim P Chapman S F DiMarco 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0079 POSTER Physical and Biogeochemical Characteristics of Hypoxia in the Jinhae Bay South Korea J H Lim T J Choi J N Kwon Y S Kim J Shim I N Kim S Lee 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0080 POSTER Potential changes over a warmer climate in the Benguela Upwelling System within an Oxygen Minimum Zone I Dadou E Machu B Le Vu K Goubanova V C Gar on 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0081 POSTER Mechanisms Controlling Hypoxia Data Atlas High-resolution hydrographic and chemical observations from 2003-2014 H Zimmerle S F DiMarco 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0082 POSTER High pCO2 conditions in San Francisco Bay originate from coastal upwelling from the California Undercurrent M M Rutkowski J W Murray M K Miller A Sutton C L Sabine 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0083 POSTER Spatial and Temporal Distributions of Carbonate Saturation State on the Mississippi River Dominated Northern Gulf of Mexico W J Huang W J Cai Y Wang X Hu 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0084 POSTER Air-water CO2 Fluxes In Seasonal Hypoxia-influenced Green Bay Lake Michigan P Lin J V Klump L Guo 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0085 POSTER The Effect of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on the Hatch Rate and Survival of Estuarine Forage Fish L R Merlo C Gobler 4 00 P.M. AH44A-0086 POSTER Anthropogenic and climatic controls on carbon and nitrogen exports from Mississippi river basin to Gulf of Mexico during 1800 2100 Implications for hypoxia and ocean acidification H Tian J Yang B Zhang S Pan S E Lohrenz W J Cai R He Z G G Xue C Lu W Ren W J Huang Y Yao Thursday 4 00 P.M. B44A Poster Hall Marine Silica Cycle Silicification and Silicifiers II Posters (joint with HE ME MM PP) Moderators Chris Bowler Ecole Normale Sup rieure Mark Brzezinski University of California Stephen Baines Stony Brook University 4 00 P.M. B44A-0368 POSTER THE SOUTHERN OCEAN SILICA CYCLE KNOWNS AND UNKNOWNS P J Treguer L Andr J Wadham J Hawkings M Maldonado 4 00 P.M. B44A-0369 POSTER ROLE OF SYNECHOCOCCUS TO BIOGENIC SILICA CYCLING IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC S B Baines B S Twining J W Krause J Collier M A Brzezinski 4 00 P.M. B44A-0370 POSTER Picoplankton contribution to biogenic silica stocks and production rates in the Sargasso Sea J W Krause M A Brzezinski S B Baines J Collier D Ohnemus B S Twining 4 00 P.M. B44A-0371 POSTER Benthic Diatoms What Makes Them Unique A Leynaert C Fardel B Beker C Soler G Delebecq P Pondaven P E Durand K Heggarty 4 00 P.M. B44A-0372 POSTER Silicon isotope fractionation by marine siliceous sponges K R Hendry M Maldonado 4 00 P.M. B44A-0373 POSTER Accumulation and speciation of Si by Synechococcus examined by single-cell synchrotron x-ray fluorescence and bulk x-ray spectroscopy D Ohnemus J W Krause M A Brzezinski S Baines J Collier B S Twining 4 00 P.M. B44A-0374 POSTER The Role of Diatom Frustule Morphology in the Formation of Reverse Weathering Products R A Pickering J W Krause 4 00 P.M. B44A-0375 POSTER Variation of Diatoms in the Sinking Particles and the Paleoceanographic Implication in the northern South China Sea One-year Sediment Trap Mooring Observation L Ran J Chen M G Wiesner Z Ling N Lahajnar Z Yang H Li Q Hao K Wang 4 00 P.M. B44A-0376 POSTER Illuminating the Relative Contribution of Different Diatom Genera to Whole-Assemblage Silica Production in the Surface Ocean D E Varela J E Long K E Giesbrecht K R Delaney 4 00 P.M. B44A-0377 POSTER The Silicon Stable Isotope Distribution Along the GEOVIDE Section of the North Atlantic Ocean J N Sutton G F de Souza C L de La Rocha 4 00 P.M. B44A-0378 POSTER The Contribution of Siliceous Sponges to the Export of Biogenic Silica to Marine Sediments M Maldonado M L pez-Acosta C Sitj M Garc a Thursday 4 00 P.M. B44B Poster Hall Physical-Biogeochemical Coupling in Oceanic Eddies and Fronts From Submesoscale to Mesoscale Processes II Posters (joint with EC ME PO PP) Moderators Peng Xiu SCSIO South China Sea Institute of Oceanology Chinese Academy of Sciences Kuanbo Zhou Xiamen Univ. Minhan Dai Xiamen University Arne Biastoch GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. B44B-0379 POSTER Impacts of mesoscale eddies on biogeochemical cycles in the South China Sea P Xiu F Chai M Guo 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 183 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. B44B-0380 POSTER Dynamical Processes within an Anticyclonic Eddy Revealed from Argo Floats W Z Zhang H Xue F Chai Q Ni 4 00 P.M. B44B-0381 POSTER WITHDRAWN Effect of Kuroshio Intrusion and Eddy Variability on the Luzon Strait Y H Cheng J Hu C R Ho 4 00 P.M. B44B-0382 POSTER Satellite and in situ observations of eddies and biological implications T D Hennon S Riser 4 00 P.M. B44B-0383 POSTER Impact of the Kuroshio Intrusion and Mesoscale Eddies on the Dynamics of Fluorescent Dissolved Organic Matter in the Northern South China Sea W Guo C Wang Y Li Y Li G Song Y Cheng 4 00 P.M. B44B-0384 POSTER Cross-frontal processes and the transport of physical and biogeochemical tracers into the North Pacific and North Atlantic subtropical gyres A Yamamoto C Dufour J B Palter S M Griffies I Frenger D Bianchi M Claret J P Dunne E D Galbraith 4 00 P.M. B44B-0385 POSTER Submesoscale Frontal Heterogeneity Enhances Phytoplankton Chlorophyll in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre X Liu N M Levine 4 00 P.M. B44B-0386 POSTER Mechanisms for Occurrence of the Frontal Phytoplankton Bloom in the Taiwan Strait in Winter J Wang H Hong Y Jiang 4 00 P.M. B44B-0387 POSTER Winter Bloom and Associated Upwelling Northwest of the Luzon Island a Coupled PhysicalBiological Modeling Approach Y Jiang W Lu X H Yan 4 00 P.M. B44B-0388 POSTER Physical and biological response of mesoscale eddies to wintertime forcing in the north central Red Sea (22 N-25.5 N) N Zarokanellos B H Jones 4 00 P.M. B44B-0389 POSTER Eddy Mediated Nutrient Pattern in the North Eastern Arabian Sea M Thachaparambil R Moolakkal Antony S B R 4 00 P.M. B44B-0390 POSTER Dynamics of wind-driven upwelling off the northeastern coast of Hainan Island J Hu P Lin P Cheng G Jianping Thursday 4 00 P.M. CT44A Poster Hall The Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) II Posters (joint with B EC MM PP) Moderators Thorsten Dittmar Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology Jutta Niggemann Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0204 POSTER Environmental Dynamics of Dissolved Black Carbon in the Amazon River J A Roebuck Jr M Gonsior A Enrich-Prast R Jaffe 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0205 POSTER Spatiotemporal variations in chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the Saint Louis Bay northern Gulf of Mexico Z Zhou D Redalje S D Howden L Guo 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0206 POSTER Assessing Environmental Drivers of DOC Fluxes in the Shark River Estuary Modeling the Effects of Climate Hydrology and Water Management P Regier R Jaffe 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0207 POSTER Investigating the Chemical Composition and Bioavailability of Arctic River Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Using Biomarkers M F Canedo-Oropeza K Kaiser R M W Amon 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0208 POSTER Molecular and Isotopic Characterization of DOM on the East Siberian Shelf Arctic Ocean B Deutsch T Dittmar M Sundbom I P Semiletov C Humborg 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0209 POSTER Molecular characterization of dissolved organic matter during the Arctic spring melt period C Gueguen V Mangal Y X Shi 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0210 POSTER The Organic Matter Molecular Characteristics of Pyrogenic Solids and Their Aqueous Leachable Fractions A S Wozniak P Hatcher S Mitra K Bostick A R Zimmerman 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0211 POSTER Hydrothermal systems are a sink for dissolved black carbon in the deep ocean J Niggemann J A Hawkes P E Rossel A Stubbins T Dittmar 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0212 POSTER The molecular geography of dissolved organic matter in the Atlantic Ocean can largely be explained by a simple two-source mixing model M Seibt 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0213 POSTER Bomb and Natural Dissolved Organic Radiocarbon in the Atlantic Ocean E R M Druffel B D Walker S Griffin A I Coppola 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0214 POSTER The Marine Radiocarbon Reservoir Effect and its correlation with the ocean dynamics E Queiroz Alves 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0215 POSTER Sources and Transformation of Dissolved and Particulate Organic Nitrogen in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre Indicated by Compound-Specific Nitrogen Isotope Analysis of Amino Acids M D McCarthy Y T Yamaguchi 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0216 POSTER High Phosphate Concentrations Accelerate Bacterial Peptide Degradation in Hypoxic Bottom Waters of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Z Liu S Liu 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0217 POSTER What constitutes the refractory component of pore-water dissolved organic matter T Komada C Fox H L Li D Burdige H A Abdulla J P Lewicki Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. B44B-0391 POSTER Observation and Simulation of the Pearl River plume and its biological effects in a pre-flood season L Luo 4 00 P.M. B44B-0392 POSTER Dissolved oxygen fluxes in frontal eddy systems along the Gulf Stream M Arroyo C Langdon D Olson 4 00 P.M. B44B-0393 POSTER Further Examination of Biogeochemical Consequences of Mesoscale Eddies in the Sargasso Sea I A Marquez Jr J W Krause M W Lomas 4 00 P.M. B44B-0394 POSTER Right-side cooling and phytoplankton bloom in the wake of a tropical cyclone S M Huang L Y Oey 4 00 P.M. B44B-0395 POSTER Time-dependent asymmetry of phytoplankton bloom in the wake of tropical cyclones Y Lin L Y Oey 184 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0218 POSTER Universal molecular structures in natural dissolved organic matter T Dittmar M Zark 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0219 POSTER Molecular Weight Distribution of Dissolved Organic Phosphorus in Euphotic Zone at South China Sea L S Wen C P Lee C Y Cheng 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0220 POSTER CO2 Respiration O2 Consumption in Response to Supplemental Organic Carbon Implications for Natural DOC Composition in San Pedro Basin CA W Berelson J C Fleming L Aluwihare D E Hammond 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0221 POSTER Effects of Low versus High Freshwater Discharge on the Concentration and Character of Dissolved Carbon and on the Microbial Community Composition in the Skidaway River Estuary (Southeast USA) T Bittar S A Berger T L Walters E L Mann R G Spencer A Stubbins M E Frischer J A Brandes 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0222 POSTER The Fate of Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Matter in Ocean Margins Investigated through Coupled Microbial-Photochemical Incubations of Vascular Plant Leachates D R Creeley K Kaiser P Hernes R G Spencer 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0223 POSTER WITHDRAWN Dissolved organic matter (DOM) in pore water of Arctic Ocean sediments linking DOM molecular composition with microbial community structure P E Rossel C Bienhold A Boetius T Dittmar 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0224 POSTER Factors controlling concentration and decomposition of dissolved organic matter in pore water on the shelf of the East China Sea Y Wu X Wang Q Ye M S Liu J Zhang 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0225 POSTER Molecular Features of Dissolved Organic Matter Produced by Picophytoplankton X Ma M Coleman J Waldbauer 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0226 POSTER Temperature and Ecotype Affect the Quality and Quantity of Prochlorococcus-Derived DOM M Silbaugh T M Jordan E R Zinser 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0227 POSTER Production of Dissolved Organic Matter During Doliolid Feeding N J Castellane G A Paffenhofer A Stubbins 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0228 POSTER Assessing the Role of Dissolved Organic Phosphate on Rates of Microbial Phosphorus Cycling A C Gonzalez K J Popendorf S Duhamel 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0229 POSTER Glycine as a potentially specific biomolecule of semi-labile dissolved organic matter in the ocean H Ogawa N Saotome A Sakai M Uchimiya H Fukuda 4 00 P.M. CT44A-0230 POSTER LABILITY OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER POLYSACCHARIDES INCREASES WITH MILD ACID OR BASE TREATMENT B Pedler Sherwood O Sosa C E Nelson D Repeta E DeLong 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0232 POSTER Trace Metal Requirement of the Coral Symbiont Symbiodinium kawagutii the Interactive Effects of Cu Zn Mn and Co I B Rodriguez T Y Ho 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0233 POSTER Iron Storage Capacity and its Ecological Role within Phylogenetically Distinct Marine Diatoms N Cohen J E Jacquot B Stemple B S Twining A Marchetti 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0234 POSTER Persistence of Fe(II) in Seawater Due to the Effect of Organic Exudates from D. tertiolecta (Invited) A Gonzalez M Santana-Casiano M Gonzalez-Davila M Rico-Santos A Lopez N Perez-Almeida M A Suarez de Tangil A Martel-Quintana 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0235 POSTER Phytoremediation of Heavy MetalPolluted Aquatic Ecosystem (Ologe Lagoon) By Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes [Mart.] Solms) and the Socio-Egological Implications C C Ndimele K S Chukwuka P E Ndimele 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0236 POSTER Production and Isolation of Amphibactin siderophores in Iron-stressed cultures of the marine bacteria Vibrio spp C McLean R Boiteau R Bundy J Gauglitz D Repeta 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0237 POSTER Contrasting Physiological and Proteomic Adaptations to Iron and or Copper Limitation in Two Strains of the Same Open Ocean Diatom Thalassiosira oceanica N Schuback A Hippmann M T Maldonado A E Allen J McCrow L J Foster B R Green M Alami 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0238 POSTER Pollution of Nigerian Aquatic Ecosystems by Industrial Effluents Effects on Fish Productivity S N Nwagwu E O Kuyoro D M Agboola K S Salau T O Kuyoro 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0239 POSTER Constraints on the Global Marine Iron Cycle from a Simple Inverse Model M Frants M Holzer T J DeVries R Matear 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0240 POSTER Linking phytoplankton and bacterioplankton community dynamics to iron-binding ligand production in a microcosm experiment S L Hogle R Bundy K Barbeau 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0241 POSTER A comparative gene expression analysis of iron-limited cultures of Chaetoceros socialis and Pseudo-nitzschia arenysensis using newly developed iron assays Z M Abdala K Powell D Cronin D Chappell 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0243 POSTER Responses of Diverse Marine Heterotrophic Bacteria to Changing Copper Availability A M Posacka M T Maldonado 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0244 POSTER Molecular Characterization of CTRtype Copper Transporters in an Oceanic Diatom Thalassiosira oceanica 1005 L Kong N M Price 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0245 POSTER Iron Source Attribution and the Age of Dissolved Iron in the Ocean M Holzer M Frants B Pasquier 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0246 POSTER Methylmercury Bioaccumulation Transformation and Trophic Transfer in Marine Plankton Assemblages C S Lee N S Fisher 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0247 POSTER Response of Southern Ocean Phytoplankton Communities to Trace Metal (including Iron) and Light Availability S Fietz A N Roychoudhury S Thomalla T N Mtshali R Philibert N Van Horsten Thursday 4 00 P.M. CT44B Poster Hall Trace Metal Bioavailability and Metal-Microorganism Interactions II Posters (joint with B MM) Moderators Julia Gauglitz Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Randelle Bundy Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Jill Sutton IUEM UBO 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0231 POSTER Flavins in Coastal Marine Sediments New Perspectives on Diagenetic Electron Transfer D Monteverde W Berelson J J Baronas S A Sanudo-Wilhelmy 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 185 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0242 POSTER Iron control on global productivity an efficient inverse model of the ocean s coupled phosphate and iron cycles B Pasquier M Holzer M Frants 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0248 POSTER Growth and Proteome Response of Temperate and Polar Diatoms Thalassiosira pseudonana and Chaetoceros sp. to variations in Cobalt and Zinc Identification of the High-Affinity Zinc Transporter and Potential for Use as a Biomarker M M Kellogg D M Moran M R McIlvin A E Allen M A Saito 4 00 P.M. CT44B-0249 POSTER WITHDRAWN Controls on Iron Bioavailability in the Iron Limitation Mosaic of the California Current System (Invited) M T Maldonado C Duckham M Brown K W Bruland K N Buck D Chappell T Coale N Cohen J N Fitzsimmons A Marchetti T Mellett C Parker Thursday 4 00 P.M. EC44B Poster Hall New Insights in Coastal Oceanography from High-Frequency Radar Observations Posters (joint with HI ME OD PO) Moderators John Largier University of California Davis Libe Washburn University of California Santa Barbara Newell Garfield NOAA San Diego 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1235 POSTER Submesoscale Frontal Vortices and Eddies along the East Australian Current observed by HF Radars (Invited) M Roughan A Schaeffer A Mantovanelli A Gramoulle 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1236 POSTER Eddies Impact on the Kuroshio in the East of Taiwan Observed by HF Radars Y J Yang C Y Lee S Jan M H Chang T H Kuo 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1237 POSTER Resonant ocean current responses driven by coastal winds near the critical latitude (Invited) S Y Kim G B Crawford 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1238 POSTER EVALUATION OF WAVE AND WIND DETECTION BY PORTABLE HFSWR OSMAR-S100 G Wei S Shang H Zhigang Q Dong K Liu 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1239 POSTER WITHDRAWN Determination of Sea Surface Wind Speed Using High Frequency Radar W Wang E W Gill 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1240 POSTER HF Radar Observations of PressureDriven Coastal Flows Opposing the Prevailing Winds C Ohlmann 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1241 POSTER Modifying and Implementing an Inversion Algorithm for Shallow Water Wave Characteristics from a Broad-Beam HF Radar Network E A Livermont 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1242 POSTER Surface Circulation off California a Decade of HF Radar Observations J L Largier 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1243 POSTER Effects of mudflats and stratification on surface tidal currents near the outflow of the Fraser River British Columbia M J Halverson R Pawlowicz 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1244 POSTER Estimating Coastal Upwelling from HF Radar Surface Velocity Measurements N Garfield III 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1245 POSTER Project CONVERGE Initial Results From the Mapping of Surface Currents in Palmer Deep H Statscewich J T Kohut P Winsor M J Oliver K S Bernard M A Cimino W Fraser 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1246 POSTER Oil Spill Trajectories from HF Radars Applied Dynamical Systems Methods vs. a Lagrangian Stochastic Model B M Emery L Washburn I Mezic S Loire H Arbabi C Ohlmann J Harlan 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1247 POSTER HF radar Lagrangian trajectory calculations accounting for Stokes drift and the nonlinear Bragg wave phase speed correction term D Cahl G Voulgaris N Kumar 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1248 POSTER Short term forecasting for HFSWR sea surface current mapping using artificial neural network J W Lai Y C Lu C M Hsieh J M Liau W C Yang 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1249 POSTER Interannual and interseasonal variability of the surface circulation in the Gulf of Naples (Southern Italy) derived by HF radar observations and comparison with model results P Falco R Di Lemma A Giordano I Iermano A Kalampokis M Uttieri G Zambardino E Zambianchi Thursday 4 00 P.M. EC44A Poster Hall Moving the Mississippi River Delta toward Long-Term Sustainability Opportunities and Limitations II Posters (joint with B HI MG) Moderators Yi-Jun Xu Louisiana State University Christopher Swarzenski United States Geological Survey 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1224 POSTER Quantifying Mississippi Delta Wetland Resilience Using Large-Scale Regional Monitoring Data K L Jankowski T E Tornqvist A M Fernandes 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1225 POSTER An analysis of wetland productivity and biomass in Coastal Louisiana Current base line data and knowledge gaps for the development of spatially explicit models for restoration and rehabilitation programs V H Rivera-Monroy C Elliton J Visser S Narra M Simard G Snedden C L Stagg H Wang E Casta eda-Moya 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1226 POSTER Seasonal-Scale Sedimentology and Restoration Potential in a Diversion-Fed Coastal Louisiana Wetland M Keogh A Kolker 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1227 POSTER Comprehensive Sediment Management to Improve Wetland Sustainability in Coastal Louisiana S Khalil A M Freeman R Raynie 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1228 POSTER WITHDRAWN Vulnerability Assessment of the Central Gulf of Mexico Coast Using a MultiDimensional Index Approach S Narra D E Dismukes 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1229 POSTER Efficient Retention of Mud for Land Building on the Mississippi Delta Plain C R Esposito Z Shen T E Tornqvist J Marshak C D White 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1230 POSTER Long-term Sediment Accumulation in Mid-channel Bars of the Upper Reach of the Lower Mississippi River B Wang Y J Xu 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1231 POSTER Assessment of Long-Term Changes in River Stage of the Lowermost Mississippi River S Joshi Y J Xu 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1232 POSTER The Effect of Mississippi River Discharge on the Concentration and Composition of Particulate Matter along the Texas-Louisiana Shelf during Summers 2012 and 2013 M J J Richardson N Zuck W D Gardner 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1233 POSTER Changing Course navigating the future of the Lower Mississippi River S Cochran 4 00 P.M. EC44A-1234 POSTER What Role Does Photodegradation Play in Influencing Plant Litter Decomposition and Biogeochemistry in Coastal Marsh Ecosystems M Tobler D A White M L Abbene S L Burst R L McCulley P W Barnes Scientific Program 186 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1250 POSTER SOCIB HF radar a key contribution to multi-platform ocean observation E E Heslop J Marmain A Lana V Fernandez B Mourre M Juza C Troupin A Orfila J Tintore 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1251 POSTER High Frequency Radar Observations of Tidal Current Variability in the Lower Chesapeake Bay T G Updyke G Dusek L P Atkinson 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1252 POSTER Observations of the Surface Circulation over the Mid Atlantic Bight Continental Shelf H Roarty 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1253 POSTER Estimating Gulf Stream Position with HF Radar off Cape Hatteras NC M Muglia H Seim S Haines 4 00 P.M. EC44B-1254 POSTER Spatio-Temporal Variability of the Florida Current HF Radar Observations in Stream Coordinates M Archer L K Shay W E Johns Sea in summer G Anastasi N Greenwood G Malin D C E Bakker L Polimene M Johnson 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1266 POSTER Going Organic In The Shelf Sea Where Has All The Carbon Gone C E Davis G Wolff C Mahaffey J Sharples M S Woodward S Blackbird 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1267 POSTER Distribution Source and Fate of Dissolved Organic Matter in Shelf Seas N Carr C Mahaffey J Hopkins J Sharples R G Williams C E Davis 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1268 POSTER Direct visual observations of nanoparticles in the Celtic Sea D Rusiecka M Gledhill E P Achterberg C Elgy D Connelly Thursday 4 00 P.M. EC44C Poster Hall Physical and Biogeochemical Processes and the Support of Shelf Sea Primary Productivity and Carbon Cycling III Posters (joint with ME PO PP) Moderators Jonathan Sharples University of Liverpool Katja Fennel Dalhousie University Jack Barth Oregon State University Richard Sanders National Oceanography Centre 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1255 POSTER Nutrient Dynamics in the Celtic Sea during the 18 Month UK Shelf Seas Biogeochemistry Programme M S Woodward A Sabadel C Harris 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1256 POSTER Nitrogen Cycling In Shelf Seas A Stable Isotope Approach C Preece C Mahaffey J Sharples M S Woodward K Weston 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1257 POSTER ROMS-Based Modeling Study on PO4 and NO3 Limitation in a River Plume Ecosystem Z Lu G Jianping A Cheung M Dai L Liang P J Harrison X Zhao 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1258 POSTER Dissolved Organic Phosphorus In Shelf Sediment Pore-waters P J Statham W B Homoky 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1259 POSTER The Controls on Cross-Shelf Transport of Terrestrially-Derived Material in River Plumes J Izett K Fennel E Shouldice J Sharples 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1260 POSTER WITHDRAWN The combined effect of transient wind-driven upwelling and eddies on vertical nutrient fluxes and phytoplankton dynamics along Ningaloo Reef Western Australia Z Zhang R Lowe G N Ivey J Xu J Falter 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1261 POSTER Shelf Sea Oxygen Dynamics A year of Glider Measurements C A J Williams M Palmer C Mahaffey 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1262 POSTER Shelf-sea gross and net production estimates from oxygen-to-argon ratios and triple oxygen isotopes I Seguro J Kaiser A D Marca S Painting J D Shutler D J Suggett 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1263 POSTER Net Community Production in the East Coastal waters of the United States from Oxygen to Argon Ratios Y Gao W J Cai A Collins B Jonsson J Salisbury 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1264 POSTER Cross-shelf Distribution of Dimethylsulfide in the South Atlantic Bight N L Schanke H Pound S K Shore W B Penta J Zavala P A Lee 4 00 P.M. EC44C-1265 POSTER Distribution of Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP) and TEP-Carbon content in the North Thursday 4 00 P.M. EC44D Poster Hall Understanding the Coastal Carbon Cycle and Biogeochemical Processes in the Coastal Ocean Observations and Modeling III Posters (joint with B) Moderators Weifeng Zhang Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Tomoko Komada San Francisco State University Elisabeth Sikes Rutgers University New Brunswick Thomas Bianchi University of Florida 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1269 POSTER SALTWATER INTRUSION IN THE BAIE DE RUPERT JAMES BAY CANADA A Tremblay 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1270 POSTER Ocean Forcing of San Francisco Bay Intrusion of Upwelled Water K Hewett J L Largier 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1272 POSTER Effects of nutrient input on phytoplankton productivity and community structure in the Grand Bay estuary in Mississippi G C Baine II J M Caffrey 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1273 POSTER Salinity Tolerance of Early-Stage Oyster Larvae in the Choptank River Chesapeake Bay USA R J Scharping E W North L V Plough 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1274 POSTER Spatial Distribution and Isotopic Signature of Organic Carbon and Nitrogen in Surface Sediments from Bohai Sea J Yu H Zhang 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1276 POSTER Atmospheric forcing and marsh dissolved organic matter fluxes Modeling and observations from a Chesapeake Bay tidal marsh-estuary ecosystem J B Clark W Long M Tzortziou P Neale R R Hood 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1277 POSTER Estimation of the Physical Environments Influenced by Seagrasses in a Shallow Coastal Water Using a Numerical Model H Moki K Taguchi Y Nakagawa K Hata T Kuwae 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1278 POSTER Influence of freshwater inflow on source of particulate organic matter in a subtropical estuary Texas N E Reyna A Hardison Z Liu 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1279 POSTER Projecting key benthic processes new options by species distribution models K Beisiegel A Darr M L Zettler 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 187 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1275 POSTER Carbon recycling in deltaic sediments variations at different timescales in the Rhone River delta C Rabouille J Rassmann F Toussaint C Cathalot N TisneratLaborde B Lansard 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1280 POSTER Anoxia-mediated release of dissolved organic matter from Baltic coastal sediments stimulate further hypoxia H E Reader C A Stedmon P Kowalczuk A Magnusson 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1281 POSTER Insights on Organic Carbon Inputs in the Delaware Estuary from Compound-Specific 13C and 14C E L Sikes G Mollenhauer E Schefuss K H Freeman A L Hermes 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1282 POSTER Carbon Composition and Dynamics at the Marsh-Estuary Interface E A Canuel A Knobloch P Neale W Reay M Tzortziou 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1283 POSTER The effect of different acid-treatments on the age spectrum of organic matter in sediments determined by Ramped PyrOx accelerator mass spectrometry R Bao 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1284 POSTER Expanding the Analytical Window for Amino Acids in Marine Particles through tandem LC-MS R Mcmahon M Mikan H R Harvey 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1285 POSTER A synthesis of loss-on-ignition measurements and remote sensing data to elucidate space-time variations in the organic fraction of total suspended matter in a coastal environmen M Schartau G Fl ser H Krasemann R Riethmueller 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1286 POSTER Spatiotemporal Distribution of DOC and DIC in the Atchafalaya River the Largest Distributary of the Mississippi River E DelDuco Y J Xu S He K Fisher 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1287 POSTER Distributions and Sources of Bulk Organic Matter in Sediments of Five Estuaries in Todos os Santos Bay Brazil J Leonel V Hatje 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1288 POSTER Geographic and Oceanographic Information within Trace Metals in Moray Eel Otoliths W Savidge H Windom C Buck 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1289 POSTER Coastal locations and environmental influence on uptake of mercury and methylmercury into phytoplankton K J Gosnell P Balcom N Mazrui V Ortiz E Seelen B DiMento K Buckman A Curtis C Chen R P Mason 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1290 POSTER Physical Habitat and Energy Inputs Determine Freshwater Invertebrate Communities in Reference and Cranberry Farm Impacted Northeastern Coastal Zone Streams D M P Lander S T McCanty T F Dimino A D Christian 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1291 POSTER Characterization of Organic Matter in Sediment Cores of the Bay of Bengal Andaman Sea and Indian Ocean H M Z Hossain Y Sampei H Kawahata M Inoue 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1292 POSTER Water Quality Modeling System for Coastal Archipelagos L Tuomi E Miettunen K Lukkari I Puttonen J Ropponen K Tikka J Piiparinen R Lignell 4 00 P.M. EC44D-1293 POSTER Integrating observational and modelling systems for the management of the Great Barrier Reef M E Baird E M Jones N Margvelashvili M Mongin F Rizwi B Robson T Schroeder J Skerratt A D Steven K Wild-Allen 4 00 P.M. ED44A-1712 POSTER A Shifting Baseline Higher Degrees and Career Options for Ocean Scientists J A Yoder M G Briscoe D Glickson S Roberts R W Spinrad 4 00 P.M. ED44A-1713 POSTER Mlama Wai A science and native Hawaiian integrated case study F F La Valle D A K Camvel F I M Thomas H K Aikau J D Lemus 4 00 P.M. ED44A-1714 POSTER Sexual harassment within the marine sciences and the ethical dilemmas of collaboration a case study in the education and reportino methods available to scientists students and staff on board a federal research vessel J Ohern 4 00 P.M. ED44A-1715 POSTER Evaluating Research Ethics Training in the Maryland Sea Grant REU Program M R Allen G A Kumi B C Kumi F C Moser 4 00 P.M. ED44A-1716 POSTER Research Ethics with Undergraduates in Summer Research Training Programs I Cheung Thursday 4 00 P.M. ED44B Poster Hall Innovations in Environmental and Ocean Science Education II Posters Moderators Robert Chen University of Massachusetts Boston Linda Duguay University of Southern California Cynthia Hagley Minnesota Sea Grant 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1717 POSTER Agent-Based Phytoplankton Models of Cellular and Population Processes Fostering Individual-Based Learning in Undergraduate Research J A Berges T Raphael C S Rafa Todd T C Bate F L Hellweger 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1718 POSTER EarthLabs Modules Engaging Students In Extended Rigorous Investigations Of The Ocean Climate and Weather J Manley D Chegwidden A S Mote T S Ledley S E Lynds N Haddad K Ellins 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1719 POSTER Oceanography and Geoscience Scholars at Texas A&M University Funded through the NSF S-STEM (Scholarships in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) Program M J J Richardson W D Gardner 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1720 POSTER Paleo-environment Simulation using GIS based on Shell Mounds T Uchiyama I Asanuma E Harada 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1721 POSTER From Proposal Writing to Data Collection to Presentation Physical Oceanography Laboratory Class Students Explore the Fundamentals of Science M C Buijsman I Church J Haydel K M Martin A M Shiller D J Wallace J Blancher A Foltz A M Griffis T J Kosciuch A Kincketootle E Pierce V A Young 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1722 POSTER WITHDRAWN How do we interest students in science L Murray 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1723 POSTER The Sea Floor A Living Learning Residential Community J L Guentzel E Rosch M A Stoughton R Bowyer K Mortensen M Smith 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1724 POSTER Linking research and education an undergraduate research apprenticeship focusing on geologic and ecological impacts of the Elwha River Restoration A S Ogston E Eidam K L Webster R P Hale 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1725 POSTER Marine Technology for Teachers and Students A Multi-modal Approach to Integrate Technology and Scientific Program Thursday 4 00 P.M. ED44A Poster Hall Ethical Principles and Practices in the Ocean Sciences Posters (joint with HI) Moderators Elizabeth Gordon Fitchburg State University Cindy Palinkas University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Appalachian Laboratory 188 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Ocean Sciences Instruction A Gingras C W Knowlton G A Scowcroft I Babb D Coleman H Morin 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1726 POSTER A Student-Friendly Graphical User Interface to Extract Data from Remote Sensing Level-2 Products R Bernardello 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1727 POSTER Connecting People to Place Stories Science Deep Maps and Geo-Quests for Place-Based Learning C A Hagley J Silbernagel G Host D A Hart R Axler R W Fortner M Axler V Smith A Drewes W Bartsch N Danz J Mathews M Wagler 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1728 POSTER The OOI Ocean Education Portal Enabling the Development of Online Data Investigations C S Lichtenwalner J D McDonnell M F Crowley A deCharon C J Companion S M Glenn 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1729 POSTER Do Clicker Questions Aid in Concept Learning in an Entry-level Oceanography Course Is There a Dosage Effect M Nuwer 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1730 POSTER Undergraduates in the lab Analyzing metal and organic contaminants in oysters and sediments from southeastern North Carolina R N Mead L E Kipp H Liberatore S Sherard M Steagall S A Skrabal 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1731 POSTER Boat-Based Education for Boston Area Public Schools Encouraging Marine Science and Technology Literacy and Awareness of the Coastal Backyard E M Howard R M Reynolds A K Wright H A Deschenes 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1732 POSTER Engaging Ocean Grads As Interdisciplinary Professional Problem Solvers Why Preparing Our Future Ocean Leaders Means Inspiring Them to Look Beyond Their Academic Learning L H Good A Erickson 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1733 POSTER Introducing Ocean Science Research to Two-Year College (2YC) Students Through Inquiry-Based Experiences K R Gamage 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1734 POSTER Aquatic Sciences and Its Appeal for Expeditionary Research Science Education C Aguilar R L Cuhel 4 00 P.M. ED44B-1735 POSTER The Coastal Marine Biology Program at the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao M Sastre S V lez D Parrilla E Ortiz B Rosa 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1479 POSTER Simulation of Phytoplankton Distributions and Variations in the Bering-Chukchi Sea with a 3-D Physical Biological Model H Hu J Wang H Liu J I Goes 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1480 POSTER Ontogenetic shifts in energetic content and diet of juvenile Yukon River Chinook Salmon W W Strasburger E Fergusson R Bare 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1481 POSTER Growth dynamics of Saffron cod (Eleginus gracilis) and Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) in the Northern Bering and Chukchi Seas T Helser D Anderl 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1482 POSTER Resilience of the Eastern Chukchi Sea Food Web to Mortality Based Perturbations and Identification of Ecologically Important Species G A Whitehouse K Aydin 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1483 POSTER Juvenile Chinook salmon abundance in the northern Bering Sea implications for future returns and fisheries in the Yukon River J M Murphy 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1484 POSTER Visualizing Ecosystem Energy Flow in Complex Food Web Networks A Comparison of Three Alaskan Large Marine Ecosystems K Kearney K Aydin 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1485 POSTER Icthyoplankton Assemblages and Distribution in the Chukchi Sea 2012-2013 M S Busby J T DuffyAnderson K L Mier H M Tabisola 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1486 POSTER Arctic Ecosystem Changes from Gloal Community Earthc System Model (CESM) and Regional Arctic System Model (RASM) M Jin 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1487 POSTER Microzooplankton grazing on the picophytoplankton and bacteria in the Chukchi Sea and East Siberian Sea Arctic Ocean E J Yang 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1488 POSTER Sedimentation Deposition Patterns on the Chukchi Shelf Using Radionuclide Inventories L W Cooper J M Grebmeier 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1489 POSTER WITHDRAWN Differences in Size Selectivity and Catch Composition Between Two Bottom Trawls Used in High-Arctic Surveys of Bottom Fishes Crabs and Other Demersal Macrofauna R Lauth B Norcross S Kotwicki L Britt 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1490 POSTER Size Variation and Recruitment of Macoma sp. in the Southern Chukchi Sea and Possible Implications of Seasonal Ocean Acidification in the Pacific Arctic C Goethel J M Grebmeier L W Cooper 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1491 POSTER Examining two epifaunal invertebrate communities using functional traits and environmental variables in and around Barrow canyon in the Chukchi and Beaufort seas K Rand E Logerwell B Bluhm H Chenelot S L Danielson K Iken L Sousa 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1492 POSTER Biophysical uncertainty in the Bering Sea as a function of space time and trophic scale A J Hermann G A Gibson K Aydin 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1493 POSTER Spatial and Temporal Variability of Zooplankton Community Structure in the Chukchi Sea (2010-2012) A H Spear J T Duffy-Anderson J Napp 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1494 POSTER Determining Timing and Magnitude of Dietary Shifts in Black Guillemots (Cepphus grylle) Using Stable Isotope Analysis of Flight Feathers M C Kleese K M Boswell G Divoky M B Barton Thursday 4 00 P.M. HE44A Poster Hall Biophysical Processes at the Arctic Sub-Arctic Interface III Posters (joint with ME PC PO PP) Moderators Franz Mueter University of Alaska Fairbanks Leandra Sousa Department of Wildlife Management Ron Heintz NMFS NOAA Kevin Boswell Florida International University 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1476 POSTER Water Mass Property Associations with Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Northern Bering Sea a Look at Warm and Cold Years J C Gann J T Watson J M Murphy 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1477 POSTER Estimation of Nutrients Flux of Water-sediment Interface in the Chukchi Sea the Western Arctic Ocean H Zhang 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1478 POSTER Spatiotemporal Variability of Nutrients and Chlorophyll in the Chukchi Sea C Mordy P J Stabeno C A Ladd L B Eisner 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 189 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1495 POSTER Spatiotemporal Variation of Arctic Nearshore Fish Communities in Barrow AK K M Boswell M B Barton N P Lemoine R Heintz J Vollenweider B Norcross L Sousa 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1496 POSTER Energetics of Arctic Zooplankton M Callahan R Heintz J Vollenweider A Robertson S Mosher A I Pinchuk 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1497 POSTER The Relationship Between Environment and Nutritional Condition of Arctic Forage Fish J Vollenweider R Heintz M Callahan M B Barton L Sousa S L Danielson F Meuter J Moran K M Boswell 4 00 P.M. HE44A-1498 POSTER Tissue-dependent stable isotope analysis of Arctic sculpin (Myoxocephalus scorpioides) to assess local seasonal variability in prey availability M B Barton K M Boswell B Norcross J Vollenweider R Heintz 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1509 POSTER Amundsen Sea ocean sea ice and thermodynamic ice shelf simulation with optimized model parameters Y Nakayama E J Rignot D Menemenlis M Schodlok 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1510 POSTER Modeling the Influence of Land and Sea Ice on Southern Ocean Salinity and its Recent Trends M Munnich A Haumann S Eberenz N Gruber 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1511 POSTER Contribution of Increasing Glacial Freshwater Fluxes to Observed Trends in Antarctic Sea Ice N Merino J Le Sommer G Durand N Jourdain H Goosse P Mathiot M Gurvan 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1512 POSTER The Turbulent Convective Plume at Ice Shelf Fronts and the Sides of Tabular Icebergs C D McConnochie R C Kerr 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1513 POSTER Dynamics of Under Ice Boundary Layers Below Floating Ice Shelves W J Shaw T P Stanton 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1514 POSTER Tidal forcing of ice stream subglacial drainage and the potential for delivery of ocean heat into an ice stream interior A Robel V C Tsai 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1515 POSTER Spatial and temporal variation of Shelf Water and its connection with Antarctic Bottom Water in Prydz Bay East Antarctica Y Sun J Shi X Yuan 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1516 POSTER Turbulent heat exchange between water and ice at an evolving ice-water interface E Ramudu B Hirsh P Olson A Gnanadesikan Thursday 4 00 P.M. HE44B Poster Hall Ice-Ocean Interactions and Circulation around the Antarctic Margins III Posters (joint with A OD TP) Moderators Andrew Stewart University of California Los Angeles Andrew Thompson California Institute of Technology 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1499 POSTER Sensitivity of Antarctic Bottom Water to Changes in Surface Buoyancy Fluxes (Invited) K Snow A Hogg B Sloyan S Downes 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1500 POSTER Temporal variability of the Circumpolar Deep Water inflow onto the Ross Sea continental shelf P Falco P Castagno G Budillon G Spezie 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1501 POSTER Glider observations of the Dotson Ice Shelf outflow and its connection to the Amundsen Sea Polynya T N Miles O Schofield S H Lee P L Yager H K Ha 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1502 POSTER Strong effects of thermodynamic ice-shelf ocean interactions in a globalsea-icea-ocean isopycnal model O V Sergienko M Harrison R Hallberg 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1503 POSTER Long-term variations in the mass and heat transport in the oceanic regime of the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf Antarctica S sterhus Thursday 4 00 P.M. HE44C Poster Hall The Beaufort Sea in Transition Responses to Climate Change and Human Impacts II Posters (joint with B ME PO PP) Moderators John Trefry Florida Institute of Technology Bodil Bluhm University of Tromso Jeremy Kasper University of Alaska Fairbanks 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1517 POSTER Monitoring of Hydrocarbons in Sediment and Biota Related to Oil and Gas Development in Nearand Off-Shore Areas of the Arctic Beaufort Sea Alaska G Durell J Hardin 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1518 POSTER Sea Surface pCO2 in the Beaufort Sea and Canada Basin during Marginal and Extensive Ice-cover 2012 and 2013 M D DeGrandpre F Islam C Beatty R A Krishfield J M Toole W Evans W J Williams M L Timmermans 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1519 POSTER In-situ Geotechnical Investigation of Arctic Nearshore Zone Sediments Herschel Island Yukon N Stark B Quinn B Radosavljevic H Lantuit 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1520 POSTER Exploring the Microbial World of the Arctic benthos A Walker S M Hardy H Bik 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1521 POSTER Trophic relationships and infaunal community structure of the Beaufort Sea Shelf K H Dunton S V Schonberg C M Harris C Bonsell K Iken B Bluhm L Edenfield 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1522 POSTER Structure of Infaunal Communities on the Beaufort Sea Shelf and Slope Insights from Morphological and Environmental DNA Sequencing Approaches S M Hardy H Bik A Walker J Sharma A Blanchard 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1523 POSTER WITHDRAWN The climatology of the Alaska Beaufort Sea shelf told by brittle star population dynamics A Ravelo B Konar B Bluhm K Iken Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1504 POSTER Processes regulating formation of low-salinity high-biomass lenses along the edge of Ross Ice Shelf Y Li D J McGillicuddy Jr M S Dinniman J M Klinck II 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1505 POSTER INSTABILITY AND MIXING OF ZONAL JETS ALONG THE WEST ANTARCTIC PENINSULAR CONTINENTAL SHELF BREAK A A Stern D Holland L P Nadeau 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1506 POSTER The effects of ocean circulation on ocean-ice interaction and potential feedbacks in an idealized shelf cavity S P Bishop A F Thompson M Schodlok 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1507 POSTER Observations of Dissipation and Mixing over the Amundsen Sea Continental Shelf Y L Firing A Naveira Garabato A Forryan 4 00 P.M. HE44B-1508 POSTER Seismic Imaging of Circumpolar Deep Water Exchange across the Shelf Break of the Antarctic Peninsula (Invited) N White K Gunn R D Larter M Falder C C P Caulfield 190 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1524 POSTER REGIONAL-SCALE VARIABILITY OF MACROFAUNA SPECIES ASSEMBLAGES AND ENVIRONMENTAL DRIVERS IN THE CANADIAN BEAUFORT SEA A Majewski S MacPhee L de Montety J Reist P Archambault 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1525 POSTER A Comparison of Fish and Invertebrate Catch from Two Small Demersal Beam Trawls in the Beaufort Sea L Edenfield K Iken B Norcross 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1526 POSTER Characterization of Diet using Stomach Contents and Multivariate Statistics of four Beaufort Sea Eelpout Species S J Apsens B Norcross 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1527 POSTER Otolith Length-Fish Length Relationships of Eleven US Arctic Fish Species and Their Application to Ice Seal Diet Studies K L Walker B Norcross 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1528 POSTER The Effect of Recent Decreases in Sea Ice Extent and Increases in SST on the Seasonal Availability of Arctic Cod (Boreogadus saida) to Seabirds in the Beaufort Sea G Divoky M L Druckenmiller 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1529 POSTER Comparing growth rates of Arctic Cod Boreogadus saida across the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas A M Frothingham B Norcross 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1530 POSTER Relationships between High River Discharge Upwelling Events and Bowhead Whale (Balaena mysticetus) Occurrence in the Central Alaskan Beaufort Sea J Clarke S R Okkonen R A Potter 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1531 POSTER The 2015 Spring Freshet and Its Effects on the Alaskan Beaufort Sea J Kasper J H Trefry A L Fox M Savoie S L Fox G Lawley R P Trocine P Shipton 4 00 P.M. HE44C-1532 POSTER Marine Arctic Ecosystem Study (MARES) - An Integrated Approach to the Dynamics of the Beaufort Sea F K Wiese R Gryba B P Kelly Sensing and Novel in situ Sensors M M Carranza S T Gille P J S Franks K S Johnson J B Girton 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1538 POSTER Friend or Foe Variability in How Sea Ice Can Both Hinder and Enhance Phytoplankton Blooms Across the Southern Ocean T Rohr 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1539 POSTER The 3D Distribution of Dissolved and Colloidal Fe Mn Zn Cu Ni Cd and Pb in the Western Antarctic Peninsula Shelf Region Implications for Natural Fe Fertilization R M Sherrell J N Fitzsimmons J Roccanova O Schofield M P Meredith 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1540 POSTER A MISSING LINK -- MESOSCALE DISTRIBUTIONS OF COLONIAL PHAEOCYSTIS ANTARCTICA AND ITS GHOST COLONIES IN THE ROSS SEA W Smith D J McGillicuddy Jr E Olson H M Sosik E Peacock 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1541 POSTER Comparison of Euphausia superba Euphausia crystallorophias Pleuragramma antarcticum and Environmental Distributions in the Western Ross Sea L Davis E E Hofmann J M Klinck II M Dinniman M A Pinones 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1542 POSTER Environmental Drivers of Biogeochemical Variability in the Southern Ross Sea Results from a 1D Modeling Study D E Kaufman M A Friedrichs W Smith E E Hofmann J C P Hemmings 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1543 POSTER Phenology of the McMurdo Sound Spring Bloom K L Daly S Kim H Broadbent B Saenz D G Ainley G Ballard R Pitman G R DiTullio 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1544 POSTER Reconstructing Export Production in the Subantarctic South Pacific during the Last Ice Age J W Park G Winckler R F Anderson R Schwartz F Lamy R Gersonde K Pahnke 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1545 POSTER Investigating the Role of Mesoscale Processes and Ice Dynamics in Carbon and Iron Fluxes in a Changing Amundsen Sea (INSPIRE) L Mu P L Yager P St-Laurent M Dinniman H Oliver S E Stammerjohn R M Sherrell E E Hofmann 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1546 POSTER Characterizing the Mechanisms Underlying Southern Ocean Diatom Community Composition Shifts L Z Filliger T O Delmont A C Alderkamp A Post B D Jenkins Thursday 4 00 P.M. HE44D Poster Hall Variability in Southern Ocean Productivity over Different Timescales I Posters (joint with B CT ME PP) Moderators Alessandro Tagliabue University of Liverpool Philip Boyd IMAS ACE-CRC Eugene Domack University of South Florida St. Petersburg Amy Leventer Colgate University 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1533 POSTER Spatio-temporal Variability of Coupling between Ice Retreat and Phytoplankton Blooms in the Southern Ocean Y Li R Ji S Jenouvrier M Jin J C Stroeve G G Campbell H Lynch M M Holland 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1534 POSTER A Latitudinally-Banded Phytoplankton Response to 21st Century Climate Change in the Southern Ocean across the CMIP5 Model Suite S Leung A Cabre I Marinov 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1535 POSTER Limiting iron concentrations early in the season off the West Antarctic Peninsula R Middag A C Alderkamp K R Arrigo R Van Hale 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1536 POSTER The effect of sea-ice dynamics on Net Community Production (NCP) at the western Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) region Z Li N Cassar K Huang H W Ducklow O Schofield 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1537 POSTER High Winds and the Vertical Structure of Chl-a in the Southern Ocean Insights from Remote 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1548 POSTER WITHDRAWN Inferring Source Regions and Supply Mechanisms of Iron in the Southern Ocean from Satellite Data R M Graham 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1549 POSTER High-Resolution Simulation of Sea Ice and circulation in the West Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) C Schultz S C Doney 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1550 POSTER The Influence of Short-term Events on the Biological and Hydrographic Structure of the Southwestern Ross Sea R M Jones W Smith 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1551 POSTER Maximum Drawdown of Atmospheric CO2 due to Biological Uptake in the Ocean and the Ocean Temperature Effect M dalen J Nycander K I C Oliver J Nilsson L Brodeau A Ridgwell 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 191 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. HE44D-1547 POSTER Southern Ocean vertical iron fluxes the ocean model effect V Schourup-Kristensen J Haucke M J Losch D Wolf-Gladrow C D Voelker Thursday 4 00 P.M. HI44A Poster Hall The Emerging Science of Marine Debris From Assessment to Knowledge that Informs Solutions III Posters (joint with EC ME P) Moderators Kara Lavender Law Sea Education Association Hillary Burgess University of Washington Amy Uhrin University of Wisconsin Jenna Jambeck University of Georgia 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1818 POSTER Most microbeads in a preliminary survey of personal care products are smaller than the typical 330 m trawl mesh size used in surface water surveys J L Conkle C Baez-Del Valle J Turner 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1819 POSTER Control of wave-driven turbulence and surface heating on the mixing of microplastic marine debris (Invited) T Kukulka K L Lavender Law G K Proskurowski 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1820 POSTER Remote Sensing of Plastic Debris S P Garaba H M Dierssen 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1821 POSTER SOLAR UV DEGRADATION PATTERNS IN PHOTODEGRADABLE LDPE A L Andrady 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1822 POSTER MICROPLASTIC GENERATION IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT THROUGH DEGRADATION AND FRAGMENTATION M E Perryman J Jambeck C B Woodson J Locklin 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1823 POSTER Detailed physico-chemical characterization of microplastics from North Atlantic Gyre A ter Halle L Ladirat X Gendre D Goudouneche C Pusineri C Routaboul C Tenailleau B Duployer E Perez 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1824 POSTER Degradation Signatures of Open Ocean Microplastic Debris K L Lavender Law J L Donohue T Collins G Proskurowsi A L Andrady 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1825 POSTER Is the Ghost of Waste Management s Past Coming Back to Haunt Us In Our Seafood C M Rochman A Tahir S Serrato S Williams D Baxa R Lam C Teh J Miller S Werorilangi S Teh 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1826 POSTER Evidence of micro-debris ingestion by Sargassum-associated fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico P Vick F Hernandez Jr S Muffelman O Lestrade 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1827 POSTER Chemical Contaminants Found in the Gastrointestinal Tract of Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) S N Athey P J Seaton R N Mead 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1828 POSTER Microbial Biofilms as a Mechanism for Metal Sorption on Plastic Debris H Richard C M Rochman T Komada E J Carpenter 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1829 POSTER Risk Analysis Reveals Global Hotspots for Marine Debris Ingestion by Sea Turtles Q A Schuyler C Wilcox K Townsend K Wedemeyer-Strombel G Balazs E van Sebille B D Hardesty 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1830 POSTER Plastic Beaches occurrence and accumulation of marine debris on barrier islands in the Gulf of Mexico C Wessel K Albins J Cebrian 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1831 POSTER Marine Debris Composition on Remote Alaskan National Park Shores E Kunisch B Pister L Polasek J Bering S Kim P Neitlich K Nicolato 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1832 POSTER Participatory Sensing Marine Debris Current Trends and Future Opportunities J Jambeck K Johnsen 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1833 POSTER Possible Role of Green Chemistry in Addressing Environmenal Plastic Debris Scientific Economic and Policy Issues K M Bayha 4 00 P.M. HI44A-1834 POSTER Using Education as the Solution to Plastic Pollution. Plastic pollution is now considered one of the largest environmental threats facing humans and animals globally yet our education system has not even embraced the concept. Teaching the next generation of leaders how to immediately start being the solution is vital to correcting the problem J Ries C A Ries O N Ries Thursday 4 00 P.M. IS44A Poster Hall Innovative and Emerging Research Technologies with High Impact for Marine Sciences II Posters (joint with OD O) Moderators Allison Miller Schmidt Ocean Institute Leonard Pace Schmidt Ocean Institute Victor Zykov Schmidt Ocean Institute 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2342 POSTER Exploring the potential of Geospatial Technology for oil spill detection in shallow coastal areas in the Arabian Gulf S Katiyar 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2343 POSTER Proper Orthogonal Decomposition Applied to Numerically Modeled and Measured Ocean Surface Wave Fields Remotely Sensed by Marine Radar A Kammerer G Farquharson E E Hackett 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2344 POSTER Oil Spill Detection and their Impact on Climate in Shallow Coastal Areas in the Persian Gulf using Microwave Sensors P Kumar S Katiyar 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2345 POSTER Rainband Feature Tracking for Wind Speeds around Typhoon Eye Using Multiple Sensors S He A A K Liu C K Yu Z He J Yang G Zheng Y Chen 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2346 POSTER Novel tool for d13C and d15N determination in aqueous samples F C Batista A Kasson 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2347 POSTER Combining soundscape analysis with in situ observations and oceanographic data for future ecosystem evaluation techniques S E Freeman L A Freeman 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2348 POSTER Open Vessel Data Management (OpenVDM) Open-source Software to Assist Vessel Operators with the Task of Ship-wide Data Management J W Pinner IV 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2349 POSTER WITHDRAWN Merging and Visualization of Archived Oceanographic Acoustic Optical and Sensor Data to Support Improved Access and Interpretation M A Malik K L Cantwell B Reser L McKenna 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2350 POSTER OceanVideoLab A Tool for Exploring Underwater Video V L Ferrini J J Morton C Wiener 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2351 POSTER Potentiometric Electrodes in Ocean Monitoring Past Present and Future A Zirino S P Kounaves D Kirsanov J M Martin Hernandez-Ayon 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2352 POSTER Advances in bio-optical sensing on robotic platforms to elucidate ecosystem production in the interior ocean I D Walsh N Hardman-Mountford F Dufois B Wojtasiewicz D Slawinski D J Murphy Scientific Program 192 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2353 POSTER Modeling and analyzing the statistics of sonar echoes from marine organisms W J Lee T K Stanton 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2354 POSTER Turbulence Measurements From Moored Acoustic Doppler Velocimeters (ADVs) Removing Mooring Motion Using Inertial Motion Sensors L Kilcher J Thomson S Harding 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2355 POSTER Sound levels from a 3D seismic survey in the Porcupine Basin Validation and Calibration of a Sound Propagation Model using Observed Data S Crawford C Brown E McKeown F Stapleton R McCauley A Duncan M G White 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2356 POSTER Measurement of Near-Surface Salinity Temperature and Directional Wave Spectra using a Novel Wave-Following Lagrangian Surface Contact Buoy J P Boyle 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2357 POSTER The First Saildrone Scientific Mission The Bering Sea E D Cokelet C Meinig R Jenkins N LawrenceSlavas C W Mordy H M Tabisola P J Stabeno J N Cross 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2358 POSTER Using passive acoustic remote sensing to measure the current speed in the Florida Straits X Zang M G Brown O A Godin 4 00 P.M. IS44A-2359 POSTER Drone Use in Monioring Open Ocean Surface Debris Including Paired Manta and Tucker Trawls for Relateing Sea State to Vertical Debris Distribution G Lattin 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0839 POSTER Linking Movement to Feeding Behavior in Gyrodinium spirale Does Prey Type Matter S Anderson S Menden-Deuer 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0840 POSTER Microzooplankton abundance composition and trophic interactions with phytoplankton and pelagic copepods in the ice-covered and open waters of the Eastern Fram Strait P Lavrentyev G Franz C Svensen F B Moore 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0841 POSTER When May Feeding Rates Cover Metabolic Expenses of Planktonic Nauplii G A Paffenhofer M Koester 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0842 POSTER Behaviour-dependent Predation Risk in Marine Planktonic Copepods an Experimental and Modelling Approach R Almeda H van Someren Gr ve T Ki rboe 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0843 POSTER WITHDRAWN Amino Acid Isotopic Trophic Enrichment in Mesozooplankton Is Alanine a Better Predictor of Protistan Grazer Steps M Decima M R Landry C J Bradley M L Fogel 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0844 POSTER Effect of ocean acidification on the nutritional quality of phytoplankton for copepod reproduction M Meyers 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0845 POSTER Spatial and temporal variation in mesozooplankton grazing across the California Current Ecosystem J A Brandon M D Ohman 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0846 POSTER Molecular Quantification of Zooplankton Gut Content The Case For qPCR M E Frischer T L Walters D M Gibson J C Nejstgaard C Troedsson 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0847 POSTER The Development and Application of a Molecular Assay to Detect In situ Predation of the Pelagic Tunicate Dolioletta gegenbauri in the South Atlantic Bight (Continental Shelf USA) L Frazier T L Walters D M Gibson M E Frischer 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0848 POSTER Molecular Gut Content Profiling to Investigate the In Situ Grazing and Selectivity of Dolioletta gegenbauri in Summer Continental Shelf Intrusion Waters of the South Atlantic Bight USA T L Walters L Frazier D M Gibson G A Paffenhofer M E Frischer 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0849 POSTER Assessing the Clearance Rates of Dolioletta gegenbauri fed different size particles D M Gibson G A Paffenhofer T L Walters Thursday 4 00 P.M. ME44A Poster Hall Plankton Grazing and Selectivity in Marine Food Webs Posters (joint with B MM PP) Moderators James Pierson University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science M. Brady Olson Western Washington University 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0832 POSTER PCR-Based Assessment of Freshwater Zooplankton Feeding on Edible and Inedible Prey In Situ (Invited) J C Nejstgaard M Belyaeva S Van den Wyngaert S A Berger H P Grossart P Kasprzak 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0833 POSTER Patterns of phytoplankton diversity and mortality due to grazing across trophic gradients in the Southern California Current A Freibott A Moustafa A Rabines A E Allen M R Landry 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0834 POSTER Differential response of marine flagellate communities to prokaryotic food quality D De Corte G Paredes E Sintes G J Herndl 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0835 POSTER The diatom-produced polyunsaturated aldehydes can induce trophic cascades in the planktonic food web in productive coastal waters G Franz D K Stoecker J J Pierson P Lavrentyev 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0836 POSTER The Influence of Nutrient Availability on Trophic Energy Transfer Using Two-Stage Continuous Cultures K A McBeain K Halsey 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0837 POSTER Estimating half-saturation constants of microzooplankton grazing in the sea B Chen E A Laws 4 00 P.M. ME44A-0838 POSTER Doing More with Less Toward Increasing the Resolution of Protistan Grazing-rate Measurements F Morison S Menden-Deuer Thursday 4 00 P.M. ME44B Poster Hall Impacts of Ecological Interactions on Marine Ecosystem Dynamics New Insights from Models Theory and Field Measurements III Posters Moderators Steven Litvin Stanford University Clifton Woodson University of Georgia 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0850 POSTER The Adaptive Ecosystem Climatology (AEC) Design and Development S deRada B Penta S McCarthy R W Gould Jr 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0851 POSTER The Adaptive Ecosystem Climatology (AEC) Implementation B Penta S deRada A Gr ss R W Gould Jr S McCarthy 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0852 POSTER Stable isotope analysis of food-web system in subarctic to subtropical region of western North Pacific M N Aita K Minoru T Kobari C Yoshikawa R Ishii 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 193 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0853 POSTER Evaluating Ecosystem effects of oyster restoration in the Mississippi Sound C K Klutse S P Milroy 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0854 POSTER Presence-only Species Distribution Modeling for King Mackerel (Scomberomorus cavalla) and its 31 Prey Species in the Gulf of Mexico X Cai J Simons C Carollo B Sterba-Boatwright A Sadovski 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0855 POSTER Increased Sediments but not Nutrients may Facilitate Dominance of Halimeda Opuntia Through Interactions with Light on Fringing Reefs in the South Pacific S Grier S Gyles J Marrufo S Sura P Barber P Fong 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0856 POSTER Effect of Orientation on Light Absorption by Colonial Diatoms M McFarland J M Sullivan M Twardowski A R Nayak 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0857 POSTER Evaluating Energy Flows Through Jellyfish and Forage Fish and the Effects of Fishing on the Northern Humboldt Current Ecosystem L Chiaverano K L Robinson J Ruzicka J Qui ones J Tam M Acha W M Graham R Brodeur M B Decker F Hernandez Jr R Leaf H Mianzan S I Uye 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0858 POSTER Predicting Nutrient Effects on Secchi Depth using the Tampa Bay Water Clarity Model (TBWCM) J E Rogers M Russell 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0859 POSTER Fine-scale distribution of zooplankton is linked to phytoplankton species composition and abundance in a North Norwegian fjord system F Norrbin P D Priou A P Varela 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0860 POSTER Growth and Survival of Larval Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in Southern New England Lakes J Suca A Jones J Llopiz 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0861 POSTER Do Seasonal Nutrient Fluctuations Induce Blooms of Diatom-Diazotroph Associations in the Oligotrophic Pacific Ocean C L Follett S Dutkiewicz M Follows 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0862 POSTER Trophic Resources to Subtidal Suspension Feeders in Kelp Ecosystems C Yorke R J Miller H M Page N T Shears B J Hanns 4 00 P.M. ME44B-0863 POSTER Sediment and Nutrient Sources as well as Interspecific Competition Control Growth of 2 Common Species of Coral Reef Macroalgae T Moore P Fong B Cuker 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0867 POSTER A Lethal Virus of the Blue Crab Callinectes sapidus May Be Present Throughout its Transhemispheric Range E J Schott E M Flowers A Vinagre S Brown A Almeida 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0868 POSTER Disease Ecology of the Blue Crab and its Parasite Hematodinium perezi in the Maryland and Virginia Coastal Bays K A Lycett J S Pitula 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0869 POSTER Temporal Sampling of White Band Disease Infected Corals Reveals Complex and Dynamic Bacterial Communities S Gignoux-Wolfsohn S V Vollmer F M Aronson 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0870 POSTER Sea fan immunity and disease is influenced by metal pollution host demography and multiple stressors A M Tracy E Weil C D Harvell 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0871 POSTER Disease Transmission by Freedrifting Infectious Particles in Sessile Filter Feeders a Theoretical and Model Analysis J M Klinck II G Bidegain E Powell T Ben-Horin E E Hofmann 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0872 POSTER Mortality and Morbidity Associated with a New Ciliate Infection of Shrimp that Causes Shrimp Black Gill in the Coastal Southeast USA A R Price A E Fowler R L Frede A N Walker R F Lee M E Frischer 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0873 POSTER WITHDRAWN Will Climate Change Help New York Hard Clams Fight Disease S Dahl B Allam 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0874 POSTER Genome and Transcriptome Sequencing of the Ostreid herpesvirus 1 From Tomales Bay California C A Burge S Langevin C J Closek S B Roberts C S Friedman 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0875 POSTER Genomic Characterization of a Novel Phage Found in Black Abalone (Haliotis cracherodii) Infected with Withering Syndrome C J Closek S Langevin C A Burge L Crosson S White C S Friedman 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0876 POSTER Effects of Climate Change on Eelgrass Wasting Disease M L Groner C A Burge C S Friedman K Van Alstyne S Wyllie-Echeverria M E Eisenlord J Bucci R Cox M Turner 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0877 POSTER BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF THE FUNGAL PATHOGEN BATRACHOCHYTRIUM DENDROBATIDIS ON THE CRAYFISH HOST PROCAMBARUS ALLENI R J Waggett E J Virgl T A McMahon 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0878 POSTER WITHDRAWN Sociality in Parasitic Flatworms When Do Soldiers Matter A E Garcia-Vedrenne Scientific Program Thursday 4 00 P.M. ME44C Poster Hall Scaling Up Marine Infectious Diseases from the Molecule to the Ecosystem Posters (joint with EC MM) Moderators Jamie Sziklay University of Hawaii Ana Garcia-Vedrenne University of California Santa Barbara Colleen Burge University of Maryland Baltimore County Maya Groner Atlantic Veterinary College University of Prince Edward Island 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0864 POSTER The role of host sex in parasite dynamics individual based model simulations of host-parasite interactions in a semi-enclosed embayment. L Velo Suarez M Arancio M Sourisseau 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0865 POSTER Density vs. disease Crustaceans in a temperate marine protected area C E Davies A F Johnson E C Wootton S Greenwood K F Clark C L Vogan A F Rowley 4 00 P.M. ME44C-0866 POSTER Environmental Stress and Pathogen Dynamics in the Blue Crab Callinectes sapidus T J Sullivan J Neigel C G Gelpi Thursday 4 00 P.M. ME44D Poster Hall Ecosystem Responses to Climate Variability in Eastern Boundary Upwelling Ecosystems II Posters (joint with B PC PO PP) Moderators Ryan Rykaczewski University of South Carolina Michael Jacox University of California-Santa Cruz Marisol Garcia Reyes Farallon Institute 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0879 POSTER WITHDRAWN Micro- and Mesozooplankton Distribution Related to an Upwelling Filament in the Northern Benguela Current Region R Koppelmann K Bohata 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0880 POSTER Future Projection of the California Current System Using a Downscaled Coupled Bio-physical Model (Invited) R Dussin E N Curchitser C A Stock 194 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0881 POSTER Distribution of Pacific Sardine Spawning Habitat within Waters of the Mexican and U.S. EEZs J A Valencia Gasti T R Baumgartner R Durazo 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0882 POSTER Modelling Ecosystem Dynamics of the Oxygen Minimum Zones in the Angola Gyre and the Northern Benguela Upwelling System M Schmidt A Eggert 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0883 POSTER Emergence of Anthropogenic Trends in California Current Upwelling in the Presence of Natural Climate Variability R Brady R R Rykaczewski M A Alexander 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0884 POSTER Paralarvae of the complex Sthenoteuthis oualaniensis - Dosidicus gigas (Cephalopoda Ommastrephidae) in the northern limit of the shallow oxygen minimum zone of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean L Sanchez Velasco E D Ruvalcaba-Aroche E Beier V M Godinez E D Barton N Diaz-Viloria M Pacheco 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0885 POSTER WITHDRAWN Baselines and null hypotheses for climate change Phytoplankton biomass structure in the California Current M R Landry A G Taylor 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0886 POSTER Response of ocean acidification to ENSO in the California Current System in two fully coupled climate models (Invited) G Turi 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0887 POSTER A Water Mass History of the Southern California Bight S J Bograd I D Schroeder M Jacox 4 00 P.M. ME44D-0888 POSTER Poleward displacement of coastal upwelling-favorable winds through the 21st century R R Rykaczewski J P Dunne W J Sydeman M Garcia-Reyes B Black S J Bograd 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0895 POSTER Synthesis of Observations and Real Time Views of Pacific Anomalies from the NANOOS Region J Newton J Mickett A Devol M Kosro J A Needoba C M Risien J C Allan 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0896 POSTER The Response of a Branch of Puget Sound Washington to the 2014 North Pacific Warm Anomaly J Mickett J Newton A Devol C Krembs W Ruef 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0897 POSTER Underwater Glider Observations of the 2014-15 Northeast Pacific Warm Anomaly S D Pierce J A Barth R K Shearman A Erofeev 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0898 POSTER The 2014-2015 Pacific Anomalies A View from the Columbia River Estuary A M Baptista J A Needoba C M Seaton 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0899 POSTER WITHDRAWN Seabird Community Responses in the Northern California Current to the 2014-2015 NE Pacific Warm Anomaly A Gladics R M Suryan 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0900 POSTER Warm events in the California Current El Ni o or not P C Fiedler N J Mantua 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0901 POSTER Observations of the 2014 warm anomaly in the Southern California Current U Send M J Lankhorst S Nam H J Kim M D Ohman 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0902 POSTER The 2014 15 Warm Anomaly in the Southern California Current - Physical and Biological Responses G Ralf 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0903 POSTER Recent physical-chemical anomalies and associated ecological responses in southern California kelp forests R J Miller D Reed L Washburn T W Bell C A Blanchette 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0904 POSTER Potential climate change impacts on a tropical estuary Hilo Bay Hawaii J Adolf J LaPinta J Marusek K Pascoe A Pugh Thursday 4 00 P.M. ME44E Poster Hall Pacific Ocean Anomalies of 2014 2015 Consequences for Marine Ecosystems II Posters (joint with B PC PO PP) Moderators Mark Ohman University of California San Diego Nathan Mantua NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0889 POSTER Basin-scale SST and Chl-a anomalies in the North Pacific in 2014-2015 M D Ohman M Kahru 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0890 POSTER The effects of the anomalous warming on lower trophic levels in the NE Pacific from Continuous Plankton Recorder sampling S Batten 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0891 POSTER Plankton verses the blob Impact of the 2014 15 warm water anomaly on the Northern Gulf of Alaska Shelf R R Hopcroft K O Coyle S L Danielson 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0892 POSTER Using Integrated Ecosystem Observations from Gulf Watch Alaska to Assess the Effects of the 2014 2015 Pacific Warm Anomaly in the Northern Gulf of Alaska K Holderied 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0893 POSTER Variable responses of seabirds to recent North Pacific warming W J Sydeman M Garcia-Reyes S A Thompson R M Suryan H Renner E Velarde D W Anderson Y Watanuki 4 00 P.M. ME44E-0894 POSTER Using ecosystem indicators to track effects of recent warm conditions in Alaska s Large Marine Ecosystems S Zador O Ormseth H Renner Thursday 4 00 P.M. MG44A Poster Hall Mapping the Oceans Coordinating Seabed and Habitat Mapping for Maritime Spatial Planning II Posters (joint with HI IS ME OD) Moderators Alan Stevenson British Geological Survey - BGS Thomas Furey Irish Marine Institute Marco Weydert European Commission 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1954 POSTER Introducing MergeBathy S J Zambo A L Perkins P A Elmore W E Avera 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1955 POSTER Ensemble Data Fitting A L Perkins S J Zambo P A Elmore 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1956 POSTER WITHDRAWN A Method for Streamlining and Assessing Sound Velocity Profiles Based on MOV Algorithm D Zhao 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1957 POSTER Sub-meter sediment classification using 400 kHz multibeam acoustic backscatter D Buscombe P E Grams 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1958 POSTER Mapping the Oceans Progress in Semi-Automated Seabed Classification Required M Diesing 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1959 POSTER KISAP Acquisition of In situ Acoustic Properties G Y Kim K J Park G S Lee S P Kim 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 195 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1960 POSTER The Seabed and Shallow Geology Mapping of the Porcupine Bank West of Ireland B Th baudeau X Monteys S G McCarron 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1961 POSTER E V Nautilus Detection of Isolated Features in the Eastern Pacific Ocean Newly Discovered Calderas and Methane Seeps O Irish N Raineault M J Lubetkin 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1962 POSTER Large-scale deep-water seafloor mapping from the Rockall to the Hatton basins NE Atlantic X Monteys B Th baudeau C Murcia N Duncan 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1963 POSTER Current Approaches to Improving Marine Geophysical Data Discovery and Access J H Jencks J Cartwright J D Varner C Anderson E Robertson S J McLean 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1964 POSTER INFOMAR - Ireland s National Seabed Mapping Programme A Tool For Marine Spatial Planning T M Furey 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1965 POSTER SEAFLOOR MAPPING AND BENTHIC HABITATS OFF ASSATEAGUE ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE CAN WE RESOLVE ANY EFFECTS OF SUPERSTORM SANDY D Miller A C Trembanis E Kennedy H Rusch E Rothermel 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1966 POSTER Analysis of Complex Sand Waves in Raccoon Strait San Francisco Bay M E Eaton L Sautter 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1967 POSTER Geomorphic Analysis of Deep Coral Habitat in the Kaiwi Channel Hawaiian Islands C R Cooper L Sautter 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1968 POSTER A Geographical Information System to Manage the Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents Marine Protected Area K L Douglas M C J Hillier K J Thornborough R Jenkyns K Juniper 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1969 POSTER The integration of a high-resolution baroclinic hydrodynamic model with multibeam echosounder data reduction Examining depth uncertainty and model skill assessment I Church J E Hughes Clarke S Haigh 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1970 POSTER Underwater Hyperspectral Imaging (UHI) for Assessing the Coverage of Drill Cuttings on Benthic Habitats I Erdal L M Sandvik Aas S Cochrane S Ekehaug I M Hansen Support Future Marine Spatial Planning & Management G Johnston 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1977 POSTER Bathymetric Analysis of St. Croix Ridge U.S. Virgin Islands J C Gorton L Sautter 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1978 POSTER Outcrop Geomorphology and Sediment Characterization in Killary Harbour Ireland L E Crouse L Sautter 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1979 POSTER Global Seabed Materials and Habitats Mapped The Computational Methods C J Jenkins Thursday 4 00 P.M. MG44B Poster Hall Response of Coastal Sedimentary Systems to Anthropogenic Alterations and Climate Change II Posters (joint with EC HI PC) Moderators Joseph Carlin California State University Fullerton Timothy Dellapenna Texas A & M University at Galveston Brad Rosenheim University of South Florida St. Petersburg Eugene Domack University of South Florida St. Petersburg 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1980 POSTER Wave attenuation by oyster reefs in a shallow coastal bay P Wiberg S R Taube M Reidenbach M Kremer 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1981 POSTER Mechanism for Sediment Convergence in the Anthropogenically Altered Microtidal Nakdong Estuary South Korea J R Williams G H Lee H J Shin T Dellapenna 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1982 POSTER Investigating sea bed morphology of an estuary located in the western coast of India P Chowdhury M R Behera P Ranjan 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1983 POSTER Geochemical and Sedimentary Record of Urbanization and Industrialization of the Galveston Bay Watershed M E Al Mukaimi T Dellapenna J R Williams 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1984 POSTER Short-term Changes in Marsh Edge Morphology Constraining Mechanisms of Erosion and Expansion C H LeSieur T Quirk 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1985 POSTER WITHDRAWN Comparison of Marsh Sediment Accumulation and Accretion Rates in Two Contrasting Estuaries B M Boyd C K Sommerfield T Quirk 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1986 POSTER Investigating the Evolution of Southern California Salt Marshes A Facies Model to Understand the Influence of Seismic Events on Environmental Resiliency and Sustainability A N Aranda J A Carlin B P Rhodes M E Kirby 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1987 POSTER Sediment Delivery and Vertical Accretion in Salt Marsh Wetlands of Jamaica Bay Gateway National Recreation Area New York USA R C Clarke 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1988 POSTER The Sedimentary Consequence of Coastal Coconut Plantations M Engels R Heinse 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1989 POSTER Geologic Setting and Preservation of a Late Pleistocene Bald Cypress Forest Discovered on the Northern Gulf of Mexico Continental Shelf S M Gonzalez Rodriguez S J Bentley K L DeLong K Xu G L Harley C A Reese J Obelcz 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1990 POSTER The Effects of Nourishments Using the Grain-Size Trend Analysis on the Intertidal Zone at a Sandy Macrotidal Beach J Y Choi J Y Park J H Choi T J Choi Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1971 POSTER Structural Mapping and Geomorphology of Ireland s Southwest Continental Shelf Using High Resolution Sonar S Bowden R Wireman 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1972 POSTER Mapping the Juan Fernandez Ridge (Pacific SW) geomorphogy for understanding volcanic evolution and environmental protection L Lara 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1973 POSTER Analysis of Gorda Escarpment Geomorphology Mendocino Fracture Zone W Hefner L Sautter 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1974 POSTER Submarine Channel Association with Seamount Chain Alignment on the Ontong Java Plateau H G Meyers IV L Sautter 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1975 POSTER Deep Coral Habitat Characterization of the North End of Raita Bank Papahnaumokukea Marine National Monument in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands L Foxworth L Sautter 4 00 P.M. MG44A-1976 POSTER Geo-processing Technology Trends in the Context of Ocean Mapping and Hydrographic Surveys that 196 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1991 POSTER Antecedent Geologic Control on the Evolution of Fetch-Limited Barrier Islands in the Mississippi Sound A J Mullennex A D Skarke 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1992 POSTER Morphological controls on barrierisland response and recovery following natural and anthropogenic perturbations northern Chandeleur Islands Louisiana J Bernier J L Miselis 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1993 POSTER Modeling Interactions between Backbarrier Marshes Tidal Inlets Ebb-deltas and Adjacent Barriers Exposed to Rising Sea Levels K Hanegan I Y Georgiou D FitzGerald 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1994 POSTER Growth laws for delta crevasses in the Mississippi River Delta observations and modeling T A Yocum I Y Georgiou 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1995 POSTER WITHDRAWN Paleohydraulics of Extreme Coastal Events Using Laboratory Experiments To Evaluate Suspended Sediment Inverse Models J P Johnson K L Delbecq W Kim D C Mohrig 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1996 POSTER Extreme Events on a Low-Gradient River and Delta Evidence for Sediment Mass Movements on the Subaqueous Delta and a Mechanism for Creating Hyperpycnal Flow onto the Shelf T M Dellapenna J A Carlin J R Williams 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1997 POSTER Inorganic and organic deposition and preservation in the Ganges-Brahmaputra (G-B) delta trends through the Holocene and with recent anthropogenic perturbations C Wilson 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1998 POSTER Decadal-scale changes to the central California coastal ocean recorded in shelf sediments J A Carlin J A Addison A J Wagner J A Barron 4 00 P.M. MG44B-1999 POSTER Distributions of Heavy Metals and Their Variations over the Past Three Decades in the Bohai Sea of China P Yin F Gao 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2000 POSTER Permian to Triassic provenance record of Paleo-Tethys closure and Paleo-Pacific subduction beneath South China L Hu Y Du 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2001 POSTER Reliable radiocarbon evidence for the maximum extent of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet in the easternmost Amundsen Sea Embayment during the Last Glacial Maximum J P Klages G Kuhn C D Hillenbrand J Smith A G C Graham K Gohl L Wacker 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2002 POSTER The 1000-year Duration of the Middle-shelf Grounding Event of West Antarctic Ice Sheet B Krogmeier P J Bart 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2003 POSTER On the pattern of WAIS retreat in eastern Ross Sea based on a regional synthesis of new geophysical and geological data acquired during NBP1502 A J McGlannan P J Bart J B Anderson 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2004 POSTER New Constraints on Post-LGM WAIS Retreat from the Whales Deep Paleo-ice-stream Trough in Eastern Ross Sea M DeCesare P J Bart B E Rosenheim 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2005 POSTER NEAR INTERFACE 14C GRADIENTS IN BULK ORGANIC MATTER FROM SEDIMENTS BENEATH THE COLLAPSED LARSEN ICE SHELVES CONTROL BY LABILE ORGANIC CARBON DISTRIBUTIONS (NOT AGE) (Invited) D J DeMaster E Isla R S Taylor C R Smith 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2006 POSTER Ramped PyrOx 14C With a Twist Improving Radiocarbon Chronologies on Highly Detrital Marginal Antarctic Sediments C Subt H Yoon K C Yoo J I Lee E W Domack B E Rosenheim 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2007 POSTER Regional correlation of improved radiocarbon dates from the laminated facies of Antarctic margin sediment from Anvers Trough Antarctic Peninsula B E Rosenheim A Shevenell E W Domack C Subt A Leventer 4 00 P.M. MG44B-2008 POSTER A History of Futility and The Trajectory for Promise on the Southern Ocean Radiocarbon Problem E W Domack Thursday 4 00 P.M. MM44A Poster Hall Linking Omics Insights to Marine Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemical Functioning III Posters (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Katherine Mackey University of California Irvine Adam Martiny University of California Irvine 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0462 POSTER Paving a Path to Understanding Metabolic Responses to Iron Bioavailability Global Proteomic Analysis of Crocosphaera watsonii J Gauglitz M R McIlvin D M Moran J B Waterbury M A Saito 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0463 POSTER Building Single-Cell Models of Planktonic Metabolism Using PSAMM K Dufault-Thompson Y Zhang J L Steffensen 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0464 POSTER WITHDRAWN Proteomics as a tool to understand the distribution and activity of ammonia-oxidizing archaea R A Lundeen W Qin J Moffett A Devol E V Armbrust D Stahl A E Ingalls 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0465 POSTER Composition and extracellular enzymatic function of pelagic particle-associated and benthic bacterial communities in the central Arctic Ocean J P Balmonte A Teske C Arnosti 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0466 POSTER Bacterial succession across seasonal transitions in the coastal waters of the western Antarctic Peninsula C Luria J J Rich L A Amaral-Zettler H W Ducklow 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0467 POSTER Genomic and Transcriptomic Analyses to Identify Pathways Involved in Nanoparticle Generation in the Ubiquitous Marine Bacterium Alteromonas macleodii Under Elevated Copper Conditions K D Cusick J Dale B Little A Cockrell J Biffinger 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0468 POSTER Predicting Biological Information Flow in a Model Oxygen Minimum Zone S Louca A K Hawley S Katsev M T Beltran M P Bhatia C Michiels D Capelle G Lavik M Doebeli S Crowe S J Hallam 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0469 POSTER Microbiomes of Ecologically Dominant Zooxanthellate Anthozoans A Tropical-Temperate Comparison T L Campbell J B Geller E Schmeltzer M Little 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0470 POSTER Towards Defining the Ecological Niches of Novel Coastal Gulf of Mexico Bacterial Isolates M W Henson C Thrash E Nall 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0471 POSTER Genome and metagenome enabled analyses reveal new insight into the global biogeography and potential urea utilization in marine Thaumarchaeota A E Parada N Ahlgren J A Fuhrman 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 197 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0472 POSTER Connection between nitrogen and manganese cycles revealed by transcriptomic analysis in Shewanella algae C6G3 V Michotey A Aigle F Armougom V Mejean S Guasco P Bonin 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0473 POSTER WITHDRAWN Changes in the Functional Potential of Diverse and Active Bacterial Communities in Arctic Deep-Sea Sediments along a Water Depth Gradient J Z Rapp C Bienhold P Offre A Boetius 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0474 POSTER Analysis of Particulate and Dissolved Metabolite Pools at Station ALOHA A Boysen L Carlson L Hmelo A E Ingalls 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0475 POSTER Understanding microalgal species composition and contributions in Antarctic glacial melt water through rbcL high throughput sequencing K M Barretto A J Kalmbach J R de la Torre L I Falc n E J Carpenter 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0476 POSTER Carbon Metabolism of Prochlorococcus sp. Under Nitrogen Limitation M Szul 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0477 POSTER Picoeukaryote Diversity and Spatial Distribution Patterns in the North Atlantic L P Whitney S E Baer M W Lomas 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0478 POSTER WITHDRAWN Microbial Composition and Adaptations in Oligotrophic Inland Seas M Coleman S Paver M R Anderson G Vargas 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0479 POSTER Adaptive Changes in the Inferred Proteomes of Dominant Bacterial Clades in the Global Ocean E Collins 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0480 POSTER Reference independent species level profiling of the largest marine microbial ecosystem D R Mende E DeLong F Aylward 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0481 POSTER Genomic and Transcriptomic Analyses of Indole-3-Acetic Acid Biosynthesis in Diatoms R Lim V Armbrust 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0482 POSTER Metatranscriptome sequence analysis reveals diel periodicity of microbial community gene expression in the ocean s interior A Vislova F Aylward O Sosa E DeLong 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0486 POSTER Effects of Chemical Structure on Hydrolysis Pathways of Small Peptides in Coastal Seawater S Liu N E Reyna L J Hamdan Z Liu 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0487 POSTER Bacterial Activity and Organic Matter Turnover in Oxygen Deficient Waters of the Baltic Sea J Piontek M Massmig S Endres F A C Le Moigne H W Bange A Engel 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0488 POSTER Gene expression analysis of a critical enzyme in intermediary metabolism in oyster pathogen Perkinsus marinus K Noell 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0489 POSTER Proteolytic enzymes in seawater contribution of prokaryotes and protists (Invited) Y Obayashi S Suzuki 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0490 POSTER Nutrient and Trace Metal Controls on Alkaline Phosphatase in the Subtropical Ocean Insights from Bioassays and Gene Expression C Mahaffey S Reynolds C E Davis M C Lohan 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0491 POSTER An Alkaline Phosphatase Paradox in a Shelf Sea C E Davis C Mahaffey 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0492 POSTER Increased Particle Abundance is Associated with Higher Bacterial Activity in Deep Layers M M Sala E Borrull M Mestre S S nchez-Del R o C Antequera E Ortega-Retuerta A Malits F L Aparicio P Puig J Gasol H P Grossart C Marras 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0493 POSTER Insight into metabolic potential of carbon-poor pelagic sediments derived from the abundance and composition of organic carbon E R Estes C M Hansel W Orsi C H Anderson R W Murray S D Wankel D Johnson D Nordlund A J Spivack J Sauvage C C McKinley K Homola T M Present R A Pockalny S D Hondt 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0494 POSTER Strong Effects of a Shelfbreak Jet on Microbial Enzyme Activities A Hoarfrost J P Balmonte K Ziervogel S Ghobrial G Gawarkiewicz C Arnosti 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0495 POSTER The nature and function of microbial enzymes in subsurface marine sediments A D Steen J Schmidt 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0496 POSTER Algal-bacteria Interactions and the Effects on Organic Matter Flux and Carbon Remineralization in the Ocean W G Burns A Marchetti B L White J C Prairie K Ziervogel 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0497 POSTER WITHDRAWN Variable Molecular Weight Distribution and Bioavailability of DOP from Coastal and Open Ocean Waters Suggests Compositional Heterogeneity D Hull K C Ruttenberg 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0498 POSTER Enzyme-mediated Nutrient Regeneration Following Lysis of Synechococcus WH7803 A H Mine 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0499 POSTER Detection of phosphohydrolytic enzyme activity through the oxygen isotope composition of dissolved phosphate A S Colman Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. MM44A-0483 POSTER Community composition and metabolic potential of subseafloor sediment in the Tonga Trench differ with sedimentary patterns R I Leon Zayas D Bartlett J Biddle Thursday 4 00 P.M. MM44B Poster Hall Microbial Enzymes in Aquatic Environments Environmental Control Genomics and Biogeochemical Functions Posters (joint with A B CT ME) Moderators Judith Piontek GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Sonja Endres GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Andrew Steen University of Tennessee Maria Sala Institut de Ci ncies del Mar-CMIMA (CSIC) 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0484 POSTER Shedding light on the paradox of high alkaline phosphatase utilization at high end-product concentrations (Invited) F Baltar D Lundin J Palovaara T Reinthaler G J Herndl J Pinhassi 4 00 P.M. MM44B-0485 POSTER Characterization of a New Ferritin Protein from the Polychaete Chaetopterus Sp. N Hamlish D Deheyn E De Meulenaere Thursday 4 00 P.M. MM44C Poster Hall Proteomics and Lipidomics Expanding the Macromolecular Toolbox to Understand Oceanic Processes (joint with B HE IS PP) Moderators Brook Nunn University of Washington H. Rodger Harvey Old Dominion University 198 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0500 POSTER Heat stress dictates microbial lipid composition in hydrothermal marine sediments M Sollich M Y Yoshinaga S H usler K U Hinrichs S I B hring 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0501 POSTER WITHDRAWN Putting the Oxylipidome to Work A Novel Lipidomics Pipeline Reveals Candidate Biomarkers for Photooxidative Stress in Phytoplankton J Collins B R Edwards H F Fredricks B A S Van Mooy 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0502 POSTER Microbial contributions to suspended POM accumulation in an ultraoligotrophic water column investigated using intact polar diacyglycerol biomarker lipids J J Kharbush A E Allen A Moustafa P Dorrestein L Aluwihare 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0503 POSTER New insights into the role of phosphate-free lipids in anaerobic environments F Schubotz A De Santiago Torio J Kuehl C Grant L Rahn-Lee A P Arkin A M Deutschbauer R E Summons T Bosak 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0504 POSTER Tracking Intact Phospholipids and Triacylglycerides in Bering Sea Euphausiids during Two Pulsed Feeding Experiments via Tandem LC-MS R L Pleuthner H R Harvey 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0505 POSTER Methods for and Insights from Phosphoproteome Analysis in Marine Microbes N A Held M A Saito M McIlvin 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0506 POSTER Linking Ecological Environmental and Biogeochemical Data with Multi omics Analysis H HaslerSheetal M C Castorani L Fragner Y Zeng M Holmer R N Glud W Weckwerth D E Canfield 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0507 POSTER The peptide equivalent of the 16SrRNA assay Revealing Phylogeny and Function B L Nunn D H May E Timmins-Schiffman M Mikan H R Harvey W S Noble 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0508 POSTER Intracellular carbon isotope distributions of continuous-culture Allochromatium vinosum grown on acetate vs. CO2 T Tang W Mohr S Sattin D Rogers P R Girguis A Pearson 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0509 POSTER Needles in the Blue Sea Subspecies Specificity by Targeted Metaproteomics of the Vast Oceanic Microbial Metaproteome M McIlvin 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0510 POSTER Achieving high confidence protein annotations in a sea of unknowns E Timmins-Schiffman D H May W S Noble B L Nunn M Mikan H R Harvey 4 00 P.M. MM44C-0511 POSTER Plastid proteomics for elucidating iron limited remodeling of plastid physiology in diatoms K M Gomes B L Nunn B D Jenkins 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0514 POSTER Genomic Variation Host Range and Infection Kinetics of Closely Related Cyanopodoviruses from New England Coastal Waters A J Veglia C R Milford M Marston 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0515 POSTER Persistence Prevalence and Load of Circoviruses in Marine and Lacustrine Amphipods K S Bistolas E Jackson I Hewson 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0516 POSTER Interrogating Host-virus Interactions and Elemental Transfer Using NanoSIMS A Pasulka K Thamatrakoln B Poulos K D Bidle M B Sullivan V J Orphan 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0517 POSTER Characterization of Circular ssDNA Viruses within the Echinoderm Nanobiome E Jackson K S Bistolas I Hewson 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0518 POSTER The complete genome of a new marine Thaumarchaea strain contains evidence of previous virus infection and a possible defense mechanism from infection N Ahlgren A E Parada J A Fuhrman 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0519 POSTER Sea Star Wasting Disease 2 Years On What We know What We Don t Yet Know and What We are Doing Now to Understand the Disease I Hewson 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0520 POSTER Discovering Deeply Divergent RNA Viruses in Existing Metatranscriptome Data with Machine Learning A R Rivers 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0521 POSTER Prasinoviruses reveal a complex evolutionary history and a patchy environmental distribution J F Finke 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0522 POSTER Portrait of a viral infection The infection cycle of Vibrio vulnificus phage VvAW1 visualized through plaque assay electron microscopy and proteomics K E Y Clah O D Nigro J Miranda C Schvarcz A Culley M A Saito G Steward Thursday 4 00 P.M. PC44A Poster Hall Contemporary Evidence of Climate Change Effects on Lake and Estuarine Ecosystems Posters (joint with EC HI PP) Moderators Karl Havens University of Florida Asit Mazumder University of Victoria 4 00 P.M. PC44A-2186 POSTER The Past and Future Responses of Salinity in the Delaware Estuary to Sea-level Rise and River Discharge Variability A Ross R Najjar M Li 4 00 P.M. PC44A-2187 POSTER WITHDRAWN Collapse of an oyster fishery during a historic drought may provide insight into future effects of climate change on estuaries K E Havens A Kane 4 00 P.M. PC44A-2188 POSTER Seasonally non-uniform responses to climate change in temperate lakes L Winslow J S Read G Hansen 4 00 P.M. PC44A-2189 POSTER Layered lake Ecosystem Dynamics in a Freshwater Estuary During the Growing Season with Respect to Climate Change Stratification and Episodic Mixing Events A D Weinke B A Biddanda D J Koopmans 4 00 P.M. PC44A-2190 POSTER Modeling the Impact of Climate Change on Lake Thermal Structure for Small Inland Lakes in the Mid-latitudes K L Reinl J W Wagenbrenner N R Urban Thursday 4 00 P.M. MM44D Poster Hall Viruses in Aquatic Ecosystems Diversity Biogeochemistry and Host Interactions Posters (joint with B ME) Moderators Ian Hewson Cornell University Karen Weynberg Australian Institute for Marine Science 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0512 POSTER Characterisation of a Novel Retrovirus and a dsDNA Virus Infecting the Coral Algal Endosymbiont Symbiodinium sp K D Weynberg M J Neave P L Clode C R Voolstra C Brownlee P Laffy N Webster R Levin E Wood-Charlson M J van Oppen 4 00 P.M. MM44D-0513 POSTER Ribosomes in the sea a window on taxon-specific lysis X Zhong J Wirth C Suttle 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 199 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PC44A-2185 POSTER Dead Sea Water Sources during Periods of Extreme Aridity Insights from U Isotopes J M Olson Y Kiro S L Goldstein Thursday 4 00 P.M. PC44B Poster Hall Ocean Heat and Carbon Uptake and Storage Observations Mechanisms and Feedbacks III Posters (joint with A B PO) Moderators Thomas Froelicher ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Jaime Palter McGill University Adele Morrison Princeton University Sarah Purkey University of Washington 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2191 POSTER Vertical Heat Flux in the Ocean Estimates from Observations and Comparisons with a Coupled General Circulation Model P F Cummins D Masson O Saenko 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2192 POSTER Heat uptake in the Southern Ocean in a warmer windier world a process-based analysis using an AOGCM with an eddy-permitting ocean T Kuhlbrodt J M Gregory 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2193 POSTER Understanding the Spatial Patterns of Ocean Heat Uptake and Storage Under Global Warming (Invited) K Armour 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2194 POSTER Equilibrium Ocean Warming Patterns Depend Non-linearly on Forcing History (Invited) M Rugenstein R Knutti 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2195 POSTER Structure and Variability of Water Properties between Antarctic Intermediate Water (AAIW) and North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) in the South Atlantic Ocean D Giglio G C Johnson 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2196 POSTER What Drives Regional Variation in Global Ocean-Atmosphere CO2 Fluxes J M Lauderdale S Dutkiewicz R G Williams M J Follows 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2197 POSTER Reduced Ocean Carbon Storage in a Changing Climate due to the Ocean Mesoscale I Frenger C Dufour G F de Souza J L Sarmiento S M Griffies A R Gray 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2198 POSTER Using Initial Condition Large Ensemble Experiments to Interpret Observed Trends and 21st Century Projections of Ocean Carbon Uptake S Schlunegger K B Rodgers J L Sarmiento T L Froelicher 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2199 POSTER Constraining internal variability of oceanic carbon uptake in MPI-ESM super ensemble simulations T Ilyina H Li 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2205 POSTER Low-frequency changes in Southern Ocean ventilation quantified using an Atlantic sector model A boundary-propagator approach T Sasse M Holzer 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2206 POSTER Ocean carbon and heat uptake in response to an ozone perturbation J L Thomas 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2207 POSTER The Response of the Ocean to ShortTerm Cooling J R Scott 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2208 POSTER Constraints on Oceanic Meridional Transport of Heat and Carbon from Combined Oceanic and Atmospheric Measurements L Resplandy R F Keeling B B Stephens J D Bent A R Jacobson C R denbeck S Khatiwala 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2209 POSTER Enhanced Atlantic Sea Level Rise Under High Carbon Emission Rates J P Krasting J P Dunne R J Stouffer R Hallberg Thursday 4 00 P.M. PO44A Poster Hall Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future III Posters (joint with PC) Moderators Stuart Cunningham SAMS Gokhan Danabasoglu National Center for Atmospheric Research Monika Rhein University of Bremen Mojib Latif GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3117 POSTER Resolution-dependent interannual Gulf Stream heat content and AMOC variability in the CMIP5 A M Davis L Thompson 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3118 POSTER Subpolar North Atlantic glider observations for OSNAP C Zhou B Hodges A S Bower J Yang X Lin 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3119 POSTER Forced Atlantic Multidecadal Variability Over the Past Millennium P R Halloran D Reynolds J D Scourse I R Hall 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3120 POSTER Tracing the Sinking of Dense Ocean Waters in the North Atlantic Ocean N Brueggemann C A Katsman H Dijkstra 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3121 POSTER Forced and Chaotic AMOC Variability at Various Timescales Insights from OGCM Ensemble Simulations T Penduff S Leroux G S razin L Bessi res S O Gregorio J M Molines B Barnier 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3122 POSTER The link between CMIP5 model biases and the simulation of North Atlantic decadal variability (Invited) M Menary D Hodson J Robson R Sutton R A Wood J A Hunt 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3123 POSTER Comparison of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation behaviors in HYCOM and POP within the CESM A Bozec E P Chassignet 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3124 POSTER WITHDRAWN Do Southern Hemisphere Winds Cause Significant AMOC Variability (Invited) P R Gent 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3125 POSTER Seasonal varability of the Canary Current P V lez-Belch A Hernandez-Guerra M D P rez-Hern ndez 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3126 POSTER ON THE FORMATION OF MERIDIONAL OVERTURNING CIRCULATION IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN DURING THE MIS31 INTERGLACIAL F J Justino D Lindemann F Kucharski Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2200 POSTER Sensitivity analysis of the main methods (C CTO TTD) used to infer the anthropogenic carbon (Cant) along the RAPID line (26 N North Atlantic latitudinal transect) on 2010 T Tudino M J Messias B Mills U Schuster A J Watson 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2201 POSTER Daily Distributions of DIC and pCO2 over the Northwestern Pacific Ocean calculated by the high resolution tracer transport model T Yokoi S S Maksyutov 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2202 POSTER Reducing Uncertainties in Anthropogenic Carbon Budget Projections for the Subpolar North Atlantic N Goris J F Tjiputra A Olsen E Jeansson J Schwinger 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2203 POSTER Budgets of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon in the Eastern Subpolar North Atlantic in the 2000s from In Situ Data P Zunino P Lherminier H Mercier A F Rios X A Padin F F F P rez 4 00 P.M. PC44B-2204 POSTER Determining the uncertainty of the North Atlantic CO2 uptake using CMIP5 models A D Lebehot P R Halloran A J Watson D J McNeall U Schuster 200 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3127 POSTER Forcing of global ocean ice models using an atmospheric boundary layer model assessing consequences for the simulation of the AMOC R Abel C W Boning 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3128 POSTER Suppression of AMOC variability at increased CO2 D G MacMartin E Tziperman L Zanna 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3129 POSTER Effect of Global Warming and Increased Freshwater Flux on Northern Hemispheric Cooling L N Girihagama D Nof 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3130 POSTER Gyre-specific Ocean Heat Content Changes Controlled by the Meridional Overturning in the North Atlantic R G Williams V Roussenov M S Lozier D Smith 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3131 POSTER Comparison of AMOC variability in ocean reanalysis products back to 1960 A R Karspeck 4 00 P.M. PO44A-3132 POSTER Atlantic meridional overturning circulation variations from GRACE ocean bottom pressure anomalies F W Landerer K Bentel D N Wiese C Boening M M Watkins 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3142 POSTER WITHDRAWN Using in-situ Glider Data to Improve the Interpretation of Time-Series Data in the San Pedro Channel E Teel X Liu B N Seegers M A Ragan B H Jones N M Levine 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3143 POSTER Connecting the Pacific and Indian Oceans modelling the source pathways of the East Australian and Leeuwin Currents C Bull E van Sebille N Jourdain M H England H E Phillips 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3144 POSTER Tilt of Mean Sea Level Along the Pacific Coasts of North America and Japan H Lin K R Thompson J Huang M Veronneau 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3145 POSTER Assessing Shelf Sea Tides in Global HYCOM P G Timko P Hyder B K Arbic L Zamudio J G Richman E O Dea 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3146 POSTER Modelling the Response of Shelf Waters to Agulhas Current Variability N Malan B Backeberg A Biastoch J Durgadoo J C Hermes 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3147 POSTER Influence of Tropical Instability Waves on the Pacific Equatorial Undercurrent and Topographic Upwelling West of the Gal pagos Archipelago J Jakoboski B Owens K B Karnauskas R E Todd S G Masson 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3148 POSTER Shelf-basin Exchange in the Bering Canyon in Southeastern Bering Sea Role of Unimak Pass W Cheng C A Ladd A J Hermann P J Stabeno 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3149 POSTER Boundary Current Observations from Moorings in the Southern California Current M J Lankhorst U Send 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3150 POSTER Observing the Texas Coast A H Knap P Chapman S F DiMarco J Walpert N L Guinasso Jr K Whilden 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3151 POSTER Numerical Study on the influence of Kuroshio Intrusion on Coastal upwelling off Coasts of China Y Dezhou B Yin Thursday 4 00 P.M. PO44B Poster Hall Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies II Posters (joint with A EC IS OD) Moderators John Wilkin Rutgers University Robert Todd Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Lixin Wu Ocean University of China 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3133 POSTER On the Offshore Decay Scale of Coastally Upwelled Cold SST M A Spall N Schneider 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3134 POSTER Seasonal Variation of the North South Equatorial Current Bifurcation (Invited) Z Chen 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3135 POSTER Predicting drifter trajectories and particle dispersion in the Caribbean using a high resolution coastal ocean forecasting system M Solano 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3136 POSTER Role of the South China Sea in Regulating the North Pacific Double-gyre System Using Two-layer Quasi-geostrophic Model H Yang 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3137 POSTER Model Development for the Black Sea Circulation and Mixing with Applications (2010-2014) R Hordoir E Ozsoy N Toque H Nagy A S zer 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3138 POSTER An Investigation to the Interaction between Typhoon-induced Near Inertial Wave and Tide in the South China Sea Z Xu J Shi J Tian S Guan 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3139 POSTER Salinity Anomalies in Coastal and Near-Shelf Waters R A Pawlowicz H Uchida R J Woosley F J Millero Jr 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3140 POSTER Poleward along-shore current pulses on the inner shelf of the Bay of Biscay M Kersal L Mari B Le Cann A Serpette C Lathuili re A Le Boyer A Rubio P Lazure 4 00 P.M. PO44B-3141 POSTER Study of Circulation in the Apalachicola Bay and the Surrounding Wetland Applying TripleNested Models Downscaling from Global Ocean to Estuary D S Ko E J D Sa C L Osburn T S Bianchi I Joshi J D Kinsey D Oviedo-Vargas A R Arellano N D Ward Thursday 4 00 P.M. PO44C Poster Hall From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean II Posters (joint with A B TE TP) Moderators Debasis Sengupta Indian Institute of Science Amit Tandon University of Massachusetts 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3152 POSTER Why Does the Bay of Bengal have a Strong Shallow Stratification (Invited) E A D Asaro 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3153 POSTER Upper Ocean Response to Tropical Cyclones in the Bay of Bengal (Invited) E Shroyer A F Waterhouse L St Laurent J N Moum R Sharma A Mahadevan H W Wijesekera 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3154 POSTER Trapping of Momentum due to Low Salinity Water in the north Bay of Bengal D Chaudhuri A Tandon T Farrar R A Weller R Venkatesan S S J A MacKinnon E A D Asaro D Sengupta 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3155 POSTER Turbulence at a symmetrically unstable front H T Pham S Sarkar 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3156 POSTER Seychelles Dome variability in a high resolution ocean model E S Nyadjro T Jensen J G Richman J F Shriver 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 201 Scientific Program 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3157 POSTER Intraseasonal SST-precipitation coupling during the Indian Summer Monsoon and its modulation by the Indian Ocean Dipole S Jongaramrungruang H Seo C Ummenhofer 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3158 POSTER Shipboard current and hydrographic measurements in the Southern Bay of Bengal during 2015 Summer Monsoon A Pirro J Planella Morato H W Wijesekera E Jarosz W J Teague H Fernando 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3159 POSTER Seasonal Variability of Salt Transports in the Northern Indian Ocean J M D Addezio S Bulusu 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3160 POSTER The Role of High-resolution Air-Sea coupling on the Indian Monsoon A K Mishra V Misra 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3161 POSTER Role of the Southwest Tropical Indian Ocean on the Modulation of Tropical Cyclones J M Burns S Bulusu 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3162 POSTER WITHDRAWN The Indian Ocean as a Connector J V Durgadoo A Biastoch C W Boning 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3163 POSTER Change from Basin Mode to Dipole Mode in Tropical Indian Ocean Q Liu F Guo 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3164 POSTER Mechanism of Interannual Variability in Western Boundary Currents along Madagascar and their Relation with the ENSO Y Yamagami T Tozuka 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3165 POSTER Monsoon-driven variability in the southern Red Sea and the exchange with the Indian Ocean S S Sofianos V P Papadopoulos Y Abualnaja A Nenes I Hoteit 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3166 POSTER Oceanic Emissions of Organic Very Short Lived Substances from the Indian Ocean and their Transport to the Stratosphere C A Marandino B Quack H Hepach E L Atlas A Fiehn S T Lennartz A Bracher K Kr ger E Waersted 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3167 POSTER Physical forcing of Air-Sea Carbon Flux in the Bay of Bengal from the Bay of Bengal Ocean Acidification Mooring (15oN 90oE) R R Hood V Coles A Sutton M J McPhaden 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3168 POSTER Internal Waves and Shear Instability in the Southern Bay of Bengal I Lozovatsky H W Wijesekera E Jarosz W J Teague M J Lilover A Pirro L Centurioni Z Silver H J Fernando 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3169 POSTER A Regional Coupled Model Study on the Circulation Features and Ocean State Reprenentations of Bay of Bengal Region A Thankaswamy A Chakraborty J Kuttippurath 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3170 POSTER The Impact of Salinity on the Seasonal and Interannual Variability of the Upper Ocean Structure and Air Sea Interaction in the South Eastern Tropical Indian Ocean S M Soares K J Richards H Annamalai A Natarov 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3171 POSTER Mixed Layer Salt Budget over Different Sectors of the Indian Ocean V Pant K R Prakash S K Sharma 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3172 POSTER Characteristics of Upper Surface of the Bay of Bengal to Indian Summer Monsoon Deficit in June S P Dey M K Dash 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3173 POSTER Interannual and Intraseasonal Variability of Mixed Layer Depth in Tropical Indian Ocean M G Keerthi 4 00 P.M. PO44C-3174 POSTER Understanding the Dynamics of the South Indian Ocean Sea Surface Salinity Maximum Pool From Argo Rama Aquarius SMOS & Other Satellites V V Menezes H E Phillips Thursday 4 00 P.M. PO44D Poster Hall Lagrangian Perspectives on Ocean Circulation and Mixing III Posters (joint with A IS OD TP) Moderators Lawrence Pratt Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Laura Slivinski Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences Joseph Lacasce University of Oslo 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3175 POSTER Computing Eddy-Driven Effective Diffusivity Using Lagrangian Particles R Todd P J Wolfram Jr 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3176 POSTER What Lagrangian Trajectories Reveal about Deep Circulation in the Western Gulf of Mexico H H Furey A S Bower P Perez-Brunius P Hamilton R R Leben 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3177 POSTER Assessing the accuracy of drift prediction products at the Naval Oceanographic Office L K Wynn M S Toner 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3178 POSTER Lagrangian Statistics of GPS Surface Trajectories in Two Natural Rivers W A Swick J MacMahan 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3179 POSTER Chaotic Tracer Transport a Modeling Study of the Alboran Sea G Brett L J Pratt I Rypina 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3180 POSTER A new global surface drifter dataset at hourly resolution S Elipot R Lumpkin R C Perez 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3181 POSTER Inferring physical parameters from Lagrangian trajectories using stochastic processes A M Sykulski J M Lilly J J Early S C Olhede 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3182 POSTER Transport in a Dynamic Quadrupole H Chang A D Kirwan Jr H Huntley 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3183 POSTER Lagrangian data assimilation of surface drifters using the Local Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter (LETKF) L Sun 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3184 POSTER Simple Methods to Extract Analytical Solutions for Rossby Waves on Continuously Stratified Zonal Background Flows M L Vianna 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3185 POSTER WITHDRAWN Advection and dispersion of pelagic Sargassum mats in the Mona Passage as a function of wind wave and current forcing M Canals 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3186 POSTER Lagrangian Drifter Dispersion in the Mona Passage E Quinones-Melendez M Canals J E Capella 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3187 POSTER 20 Years of Reprocessed Lyapunov Exponents from Altimetry Available on AVISO Y Faugere M I Pujol F d Ovidio R Morrow J D Desjonqueres N Picot 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3188 POSTER Dynamics of SQG Vortices and Passive Scalar Transport C Taylor S G Llewellyn Smith 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3189 POSTER Chaotic Advections in a TimeDependent Three-Dimensional Ekman-Driven Eddy L J Pratt I Rypina T M Ozgokmen P Wang I Mezic 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3190 POSTER The Separation of the East Australian Current A Lagrangian Approach to Potential Vorticity and Upstream Control S L Ypma E VanSebille A E Kiss P Spence Scientific Program 202 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3191 POSTER Increasing the Reliability of Circulation Model Validation Quantifying Drifter Slip to See how Currents are Actually Moving T Anderson 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3192 POSTER An Application of Lagrangian Data Assimilation to Katama Bay MA L Slivinski L J Pratt I Rypina S Elgar B Raubenheimer 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3193 POSTER Drifter-Based Predictions of the Spread of Surface Contamination Using Iterative Statistics A Local Example with Global Applications D A Fertitta A M Macdonald I Rypina 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3194 POSTER Impacts of eddy-mean flow decomposition on Lagrangian statistics in a barotropic doublegyre model Y K Qian S Peng 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3195 POSTER Modeling of Subsurface Lagrangian Sensor Swarms for Spatially Distributed Current Measurements in High Energy Coastal Environments T W Harrison B L Polagye 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3196 POSTER Deep Lagrangian Trajectories Under the Loop Current in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico P Hamilton A S Bower R R Leben P Perez-Brunius H H Furey 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3197 POSTER Chaos in Ocean Ventilation G A MacGilchrist D P Marshall H L Johnson C Lique M D Thomas 4 00 P.M. PO44D-3198 POSTER Vortices and Lagrangian Dispersion in the Western Gulf of Mexico L Zavala Sans n 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3206 POSTER Satellite Sea-surface Salinity Retrieval Dependencies L Ren 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3207 POSTER Toward Improved Application of SMOS and Aquarius Level-2 Sea-surface Salinity Products Y Zhang E J Bayler S Baker-Yeboah 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3208 POSTER Bias correction of Sea Surface Salinity from space in a Global Ocean Forecasting System at 1 4 B Tranchant E Greiner J M Lellouche 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3209 POSTER The Global Water Cycle and Salinity in CMIP5 S Levang R W Schmitt 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3210 POSTER SMOS Satellite Sea-surface Salinity Data Impact on Upper-ocean Modeling B Li A Mehra E J Bayler 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3211 POSTER Near-Surface Salinity Stratification from Satellite SSS Observations and an Advanced Ocean Model Y T Song T Lee J H Moon T Qu S H Yueh 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3212 POSTER Ocean Surface Salinity from the SMAP Sensor (Invited) J P Scott T Meissner F J Wentz 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3213 POSTER The vertical dependence in the horizontal variability of salinity and temperature at the ocean surface (Invited) W Asher K Drushka A T Jessup D Clark 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3214 POSTER SMAP Salinity Artifacts Associated With Presence of Rain M M Jacob A Santos-Garcia L Jones 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3215 POSTER Rain Impact Model V2.0 for Sea Surface Salinity A Flag for Salinity Stratification L Jones A SantosGarcia M M Jacob W Asher 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3216 POSTER Tools Services and Support of NASA Salinity Data at the PO.DAAC V M Tsontos J Vazquez Thursday 4 00 P.M. PO44E Poster Hall Ocean Salinity and Water Cycle Variability and Change V Posters (joint with A IS PC TE) Moderators Paul Durack Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Hailong Liu Shanghai Jiao Tong University 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3199 POSTER The French Contribution to the Voluntary Observing Ships Network of Sea Surface Salinity T C Delcroix G Alory P T chin D Diverr s D Varillon S E Cravatte Y Gouriou J Grelet S Jacquin E Kestenare C Maes R Morrow J Perrier G P Reverdin F Roubaud 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3200 POSTER Observing Propagating Ocean Features Using SMOS Surface Salinity data C Banks M A Srokosz P Cipollini H M Snaith J Blundell C Gommenginger E Tzortzi 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3201 POSTER Monitoring the biophysical properties along Lagrangian advection pathways in the Amazon River plume S Fournier L Gaultier D C Vandemark J Salisbury T Lee M Gierach 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3202 POSTER Modeling Salinity Changes in the Persian Gulf W Lee J M Kaihatu A Anis D Li 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3203 POSTER Characterization of the sea surface salinity interannual variability in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean through Satellite Observations and Numerical Modeling G Guzm n E Montoya Duque C Hoyos Y Cardona 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3204 POSTER Validation of Salinity Data from the Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) and Aquarius Satellites in the Agulhas Current System N Button 4 00 P.M. PO44E-3205 POSTER Variability and Uncertainty in Satellite Sea-surface Salinity Observations E J Bayler L Ren Friday A.M. Friday 8 00 A.M. A51A Room 210 Tropical Cyclone-Ocean Interactions From Weather to Climate I (joint with B PC PO TE) Moderators Karthik Balaguru PNNL I-I Lin NTU National Taiwan University 8 00 A.M. A51A-01 Observations of Upper Ocean Response to Typhoons H Potter M M Gierach H C Graber 8 15 A.M. A51A-02 Air-Deployable Profiling Floats for Tropical Cyclone Research S R Jayne P Robbins B Owens A Ekholm J E Dufour E Sanabia 8 30 A.M. A51A-03 Subseasonal to Interannual Variability of Tropical Cyclone Activity in the Eastern Pacific. Towards a Comprehensive Forecasting System with Significant Lead Time J Boucharel F F Jin I I Lin M H England S C Huang 8 45 A.M. A51A-04 Dynamic Potential Intensity An Improved Representation of the Ocean s Impact on Tropical Cyclones G R Foltz K Balaguru L R Leung E A D Asaro K Emanuel H Liu S E Zedler 9 00 A.M. A51A-05 Variability of Tropical Cyclone Rapid Intensification in the North Atlantic and Western North Pacific C Wang 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 203 Scientific Program 9 15 A.M. A51A-06 Variability of Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential and Barrier layers in the South Indian Ocean D Mawren C J C Reason 9 30 A.M. A51A-07 Impact of tropical cyclone activity on future wind-wave climate B Timmermans D A Stone M F Wehner H Krishnan 9 45 A.M. A51A-08 Enhanced Ahead-of-Eye Cooling of Stratified Coastal Oceans in Tropical Storms S M Glenn 8 30 A.M. CT51A-03 Bacterial Degradation of Phosphonates Bound to High-Molecular-Weight Dissolved Organic Matter Produces Methane and Other Hydrocarbons O Sosa S Ferron Smith D M Karl E DeLong D Repeta 8 45 A.M. CT51A-04 Chemical fractionation-enhanced structural characterization of marine dissolved organic matter N Arakawa 9 00 A.M. CT51A-05 Evidence for abiotic sulfurization of marine dissolved organic matter in sulfidic environments A M Pohlabeln J Niggemann T Dittmar 9 15 A.M. CT51A-06 Abiotic Addition of Sulfide to Dissolved Organic Matter B A Poulin J N Ryan K Nagy A Stubbins T Dittmar G Aiken 9 30 A.M. CT51A-07 Sources and Fate of Dissolved Organic Sulfur at the Redox Interface of Marine Shallow Hydrothermal Systems G V Gomez-Saez J Niggemann T Dittmar A M Pohlabeln S Q Lang A Noowong T Pichler L W rmer S I B hring 9 45 A.M. CT51A-08 Molecular Alteration of Marine Dissolved Organic Matter under Experimental Hydrothermal Conditions J A Hawkes C T Hansen T Goldhammer W Bach T Dittmar Friday 8 00 A.M. AH51A Room 206 Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Complex Ocean Change on Marine Biota I (joint with B ME PP) Moderators David Hutchins University of Southern California Philip Boyd IMAS ACE-CRC Ulf Riebesell GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Christina Frieder University of Southern California 8 00 A.M. AH51A-01 Contrasts in the Sensitivity of Community Calcification to Temporal Saturation State Variability Within Temperate and Tropical Marine Environments L Kwiatkowski 8 15 A.M. AH51A-02 Long Term Adaptation of a Marine Chlamydomonas sp. to Phosphorus Limitation L Kong C S McDonnell N M Price 8 30 A.M. AH51A-03 The big squeeze ecosystem change and contraction of habitat for newly discovered deep-water reefs off the U.S. West Coast L Wickes P J Etnoyer A Lauermann D Rosen 8 45 A.M. AH51A-04 WITHDRAWN Scaling up experimental ocean acidification and warming research from individuals to the ecosystem A M Queiros 9 00 A.M. AH51A-05 Biodiversity Response to Natural Gradients of Multiple Stressors on Continental Margins E A Sperling C Frieder L A Levin 9 15 A.M. AH51A-06 Physiological Diagnosis of a Southern Ocean Diatom s Responses to Future Complex Ocean Conditions P Boyd B L Nunn E Timmins-Schiffman C L Hurd E Armstrong P Dillingham C M McGraw 9 30 A.M. AH51A-07 Potential Increasing Dominance of Heterotrophy in the Global Ocean K Kvale K J Meissner D P Keller 9 45 A.M. AH51A-08 Nano- and Macroscale Responses of the Deep Pink Sea Urchin Strongylocentrotus fragilis to Multiple Stressors Associated with the Oxygen Minimum Zone K Sato J Y Jung L A Levin Friday 8 00 A.M. EC51A Room 220-221 Physical and Biogeochemical Processes and the Support of Shelf Sea Primary Productivity and Carbon Cycling I (joint with ME PO PP) Moderators Jonathan Sharples University of Liverpool Katja Fennel Dalhousie University Jack Barth Oregon State University Richard Sanders National Oceanography Centre 8 00 A.M. EC51A-01 Unravelling the Physical Drivers behind Initiation and Patchiness of the Spring Bloom in a Temperate Shelf Sea J Hopkins M Palmer J U Wihsgott J Sharples D Sivyer N Greenwood T Hull A E Hickman C A J Williams 8 15 A.M. EC51A-02 The Impact of Internal Wave Seasonality on the Continental Shelf Energy Budget J U Wihsgott J Sharples J Hopkins M Palmer M Green 8 30 A.M. EC51A-03 Alternating Oceanographic States in the Gulf of Maine Variable Water Mass and Nutrient Fluxes D W Townsend N R Pettigrew 8 45 A.M. EC51A-04 Inter-annual variability of physical and biogeochemical dynamics in the South-East Atlantic Ocean focusing on the Benguela upwelling System Remote versus local forcing M L Bach lery S Illig I Dadou 9 00 A.M. EC51A-05 The role of calcareous and biosiliceous organisms in the organic carbon export rates of the NW Iberian coastal upwelling system D Zuniga C Santos M Fr jan E Salgueiro C D Cavaleiro F Alonso-Perez A Silva J A Flores F Figueiras F F G Abrantes C G Castro 9 15 A.M. EC51A-06 Climate-Biogeochemical Coupling in an Antarctic Coastal Ecosystem Chlorophyll Nutrient and Bacterial Production H Kim H W Ducklow 9 30 A.M. EC51A-07 Seasonal variability of microplankton community respiration in the Celtic Sea UK E E Garcia-Martin C E Davis C Mahaffey D A Purdie C Robinson 9 45 A.M. EC51A-08 Carbon and Nutrient Dynamics and Fluxes in the Northwest European Continental Shelf Sea M P Humphreys Scientific Program Friday 8 00 A.M. CT51A Room 228-230 The Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) III (joint with B EC MM PP) Moderators Jutta Niggemann Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology Alison Buchan University of Tennessee Rob Fatland Microsoft Corporation Daniel Repeta Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 8 00 A.M. CT51A-01 A Latitudinal Metabolome of the Atlantic Ocean W Johnson M C Kido Soule K Longnecker E B Kujawinski 8 15 A.M. CT51A-02 Is the molecular diversity of marine dissolved organic matter already imprinted in the exometabolome of single strains B E Noriega-Ortega G Wienhausen T Dittmar M Simon J Niggemann 204 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING M M Moore E P Achterberg A Griffiths A Smilenova M Z H Chowdhury C Kivimae S E Hartman J Hopkins M S Woodward 9 30 A.M. HE51B-07 On the Long-term Stability of the Lofoten Basin Eddy H T T Rossby H S iland L Chafik 9 45 A.M. HE51B-08 High latitude internal tides R C Musgrave R Pinkel J A MacKinnon M R Mazloff W R Young Friday 8 00 A.M. HE51A Room 217-219 Dynamics on the Edge Ice-Ocean Fjord Continental Shelf and Slope Processes for the Arctic and Subpolar Oceans I (joint with A B PO TP) Moderators Beth Curry University of Washington Seattle Campus Yueng Djern Lenn Bangor University 8 00 A.M. HE51A-01 Circulation and Transformation of Winter Water in the Chukchi Sea R S Pickart K Moore C Mao F Bahr 8 15 A.M. HE51A-02 Quantifying Inflows and Outflows to from Barrow Canyon using Shipboard and Glider Data D Gong R S Pickart 8 30 A.M. HE51A-03 The Circulation Structure Around Hanna Shoal on the Northeastern Chukchi Sea Shelf Y C Fang T Weingartner R A Potter C Stoudt E L Dobbins 8 45 A.M. HE51A-04 The Contiguous Panarctic Riverine Coastal Domain A Unifying Concept P Winsor E Carmack W J Williams 9 00 A.M. HE51A-05 Transport and Degradation of Dissolved Organic Matter and Associated Freshwater Pathways in the Laptev Sea (Siberian Arctic) J A Hoelemann M A Janout B Koch D Bauch A Novikhin B Heim A Eulenburg H Kassens L Timokhov 9 15 A.M. HE51A-06 Shelf Basin exchange along the Laptev East Siberian Seas L G Anderson S Jutterstrom T Stoven G M Bj rk O Holby M Jakobsson I P Semiletov T S Tanhua A Ulfsbo 9 30 A.M. HE51A-07 The Atlantic Water boundary current north of Svalbard M D P rez-Hern ndez R S Pickart V Pavlov 9 45 A.M. HE51A-08 Current surges and sediment erosion near the shelf edge in the Canadian Beaufort Sea the role of wind and ice motion stress A Forest P D Osborne G Curtiss M G Lowings Friday 8 00 A.M. HI51A Room RO1 Marine Renewable Energy Resource Characterization Environmental Impacts and Societal Interactions I (joint with EC IS ME PO) Moderators Simon Neill Bangor University Zhaoqing Yang Pacific Northwest National Laboratory M Reza Hashemi University of Rhode Island Ann Bull Bureau of Ocean Energy Management 8 00 A.M. HI51A-01 Determining Marine Renewable Energy Areas in the Bay of Fundy R Karsten T Roc M O Flaherty-Sproul 8 15 A.M. HI51A-02 Evaluating Tidal Energy Resource Assessment Guidelines K A Haas 8 30 A.M. HI51A-03 A test-bed modeling study for wave resource assessment Z Yang V S Neary T Wang B Gunawan A Dallman 8 45 A.M. HI51A-04 The Effect of Waves on the Tidal-Stream Energy Resource M J Lewis S P Neill P E Robins M R Hashemi 9 00 A.M. HI51A-05 Laboratory Study on the Effect of Tidal Stream Turbines on Hydrodynamics and Sediment Dynamics L Amoudry R Ramirez-Mendoza T Peter S McLelland S Simmons D R Parsons L Vybulkova 9 15 A.M. HI51A-06 Do Offshore Wind Farms Influence Marine Primary Production J F Tweddle R B O Murray M Gubbins B E Scott 9 30 A.M. HI51A-07 Tidal Farm Array Optimization Dynamics Engineering And Environment K M Thyng S W Funke T Roc 9 45 A.M. HI51A-08 Bridging Scales A Model-Based Assessment of the Technical Tidal-Stream Energy Resource off Massachusetts USA G W Cowles A Hakim J H Churchill Friday 8 00 A.M. HE51B Room 215-216 North Meets South An Integrated Perspective of High-Latitude Ocean Dynamics I Moderators Johan Nilsson Stockholm University Paal Isachsen Norwegian Meteorological Institute Jonathan Lilly Northwest Research Associates Ole N st Akvaplan Niva 8 00 A.M. HE51B-01 What s happening over the poles J Marshall 8 15 A.M. HE51B-02 The Buoyancy-Driven Ocean Circulation with Realistic Bathymetry A Gjermundsen J H LaCasce 8 30 A.M. HE51B-03 Size matters another reason why the Atlantic is saltier than the Pacific P Cessi C S Jones 8 45 A.M. HE51B-04 The Two Branches of the Recirculation of Atlantic Water in Fram Strait W J von Appen U Schauer T Hattermann J Albretsen 9 00 A.M. HE51B-05 Stationary Sea Surface Height Anomalies in Cyclonic Boundary Currents the Role of PV-Conservation Along a Topographic Slope S Broom J Nilsson J Nycander 9 15 A.M. HE51B-06 On the Freshwater Sensitivity of the ArcticAtlantic Thermohaline Circulation E Lambert T Eldevik P Haugan Friday 8 00 A.M. IS51A Room RO4 8 00 A.M. IS51A-01 pCO2 time series ground truthing and internal consistency at the Gray s Reef mooring (NDBC-41008) in the South Atlantic Bight J Reimer W J Cai S Noakes X Hu B Chen A Z Wang L Jiang J Salisbury R H Wanninkhof L Barbero R A Feely A Sutton J T Mathis C L Sabine 8 15 A.M. IS51A-02 Development of Fast Response In-situ Sensors for Simultaneous Measurements of Seawater Carbon Dioxide Parameters A Z Wang F N Sonnichsen S N Chu A M Bradley K Hoering 8 30 A.M. IS51A-03 Development of a Dual Solid-State pH-AT Sensor E Briggs T R Martz A Kummel S Sandoval A Erten 8 45 A.M. IS51A-04 In situ monitoring using Lab on Chip devices with particular reference to dissolved silica G S C Turner S Loucaides G J Slavik D R Owsianka A Beaton A Nightingale M C Mowlem 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 205 Scientific Program Recent Advances in In Situ Biogeochemical Instrumentation Sensors and Observatory Science I Moderators Amy Mueller University of Washington Aleck Zhaohui Wang Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 9 00 A.M. IS51A-05 Development of a High-Sensitivity Lab-On-Chip Sensor for In Situ Determinations of Phosphate in Coastal and Open-Ocean Environments M M Grand G S C Turner M C Mowlem E P Achterberg A Beaton D R Owsianka G J Slavik A Nightingale D Connelly 9 15 A.M. IS51A-06 Electrochemical Sensors for In Situ Phosphate and Nitrate Measurements in Seawater I Romanytsia D Chen Legrand C Barus N Striebig V Garcon 9 30 A.M. IS51A-07 Performance of a Fiber Optic Spectrofluorometer with Applications for In Situ Sensing and Eddy Correlatio I H Hu H Hemond 9 45 A.M. IS51A-08 Determining Air-Sea Exchange from the SeaSide A New Floating Aquatic Eddy Covariance Platform M H Long D P Nicholson 8 15 A.M. ME51B-02 Seasonal Diversity Patterns of a Coastal Synechococcus Population K R Hunter-Cevera H M Sosik M Neubert K Hammar A Post 8 30 A.M. ME51B-03 High-resolution sampling of plankton diversity using fluorescence and bioluminescence sensors M Messi I Shulman S Haddock 8 45 A.M. ME51B-04 Phytoplankton Functional Diversity and New Production during Spring and Summer Blooms in the Subarctic Atlantic Ocean N Van Oostende S E Fawcett Q Ji D Marconi J Lueders-Dumont D M Sigman B B Ward 9 00 A.M. ME51B-05 Contrasting Relationships between Functional and Species Diversity in Subarctic and Subtropical Copepod Communities across the western North Pacific C Garcia-Comas S Chiba H Sugisaki T Hashioka S L Smith 9 15 A.M. ME51B-06 Estimating Diversity of Florida Keys Zooplankton Using New Environmental DNA Methods A Djurhuus D B Goldsmith N A Sawaya M Breitbart 9 30 A.M. ME51B-07 A COMPARISON OF MORPHOLOGICAL TAXONOMY AND NEXT GENERATION DNA SEQUENCING FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ZOOPLANKTON DIVERSITY J Harvey J L Fisher S Johnson S Morgan W T Peterson E V Satterthwaite R C Vrijenhoek 9 45 A.M. ME51B-08 Unexpected biodiversity of ciliates in marine samples from below the photic zone L A Katz S J Tucker G B McManus L F Santoferrara J D Grattepanche Friday 8 00 A.M. ME51A Room RO2 Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges I (joint with B EC IS PP) Moderators Jeremy Werdell NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Paula Bontempi NASA Headquarters 8 00 A.M. ME51A-01 Advanced ocean color sensor observations for retrieval of cloud aerosol and water vapor properties L A Remer 8 15 A.M. ME51A-02 Using multispectral multiangle polarimetric remote sensing observation for ocean color retrievals Studies performed for the Pre-Aerosol Clouds and ocean Ecosystem (PACE) mission. J Chowdhary K D Knobelspiesse B Cairns 8 30 A.M. ME51A-03 Ocean Color Hyperspectral Satellite Observations of Chlorophyll a Fluorescence Phytoplankton Functional Types and Light Penetration Depth with SCIAMACHY A Wolanin T Dinter V V Rozanov M Soppa J P Burrows A Bracher 8 45 A.M. ME51A-04 Evaluation of Bio-optical Models for Discriminating Phytoplankton Functional Types and Size Classes in Eastern U.S. Coastal Waters with Approaches to Remote Sensing Applications A R Neeley J I Goes C A Jenkins L Harris 9 00 A.M. ME51A-05 An Accurate Absorption-Based Net Primary Production Model for the Global Ocean G Silsbe T K Westberry M J Behrenfeld K Halsey A Milligan Friday 8 00 A.M. ME51C Room 225-227 Resolving OMZ Processes Single Cells to Ecosystems Coasts to Open Ocean II (joint with B HI MM PC) Moderators Gordon Taylor Stony Brook University Frank Stewart Georgia Institute of Technology Martina Sollai Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research 8 00 A.M. ME51C-01 Characterization of the intra-annual variability in the Oxygen Minimum Zone (OMZ) off Peru A Paulmier F Campos B Dewitte V Garcon S Illig E Carrasco O Depretz de Gesincourt J Grelet J A Ledesma C Maes I Montes A Oschlies J Quispe L Scouarnec 8 15 A.M. ME51C-02 Planktonic Marine Iron-Oxidizers Drive Iron(III) Mineralization Under Low Oxygen Conditions G W Luther III E Field A Findlay D J MacDonald C S Y Chan S Kato 8 30 A.M. ME51C-03 Microbial nitrogen sinks in the water column of a large coastal hypoxic area the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone M K Rogener B J Roberts N N Rabalais F J Stewart S B Joye 8 45 A.M. ME51C-04 A Metagenomic Assembly-Based Approach to Decoding Taxa in the Dead Zone C Thrash B Baker K Seitz L Gillies B Temperton N N Rabalais O U Mason 9 00 A.M. ME51C-05 Oxygen Minimum Zones in Miniature Microbial Community Diversity Activity and Assembly Across Oxygen Gradients in Meromictic Marine Lakes Palau J M Beman 9 15 A.M. ME51C-06 Rogoznica Lake a Conceptual Framework to Study Sulfate-reducing Bacteria Across a Wide Range of Anoxic hypoxic Marine Environments M Cankovic G Collins I Petri I Ciglenecki Scientific Program 9 15 A.M. ME51A-06 Using satellite derived size-fractionated primary production estimates to estimate fisheries production potential in the Northeast US Continental Shelf K Hyde M Fogarty 9 30 A.M. ME51A-07 Phytoplankton Physiology from Satellite Chlorophyll Fluorescence T K Westberry M J Behrenfeld 9 45 A.M. ME51A-08 Optical Signatures of Climate Change Impacts on Phytoplankton S Dutkiewicz A E Hickman O Jahn E Moneir Friday 8 00 A.M. ME51B Room RO3 Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods I (joint with B MM PO PP) Moderators Andrew Barton Princeton University Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Sergio Vallina Instituto de Ciencias del Mar 8 00 A.M. ME51B-01 Fine Scale Phytoplankton Diversity of Galveston Bay Imaging FlowCytobot Provides Insight into Microbial Community Dynamics H Preischel H M Sosik S Lawrence A Lucchese J Genzer J L Steichen A Quigg 206 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 9 30 A.M. ME51C-07 Chemoautotrophy Discerning the Key Perpetrators from the Cariaco Redoxcline Lineup of Suspects V P Edgcomb M Pachiadaki G T Taylor E Suter 9 45 A.M. ME51C-08 Single-cell genomics reveals co-metabolic interactions within uncultivated Marine Group A bacteria A K Hawley S J Hallam 8 30 A.M. P51A-03 Ecosystem-Based Management and the Sustainable Delivery of Marine Ecosystem Services M Fogarty F B Schwing 8 45 A.M. P51A-04 Partner-built ecosystem science The National Ocean Partnership Program as a builder of EBM Tools and Data P L Hoffman R E Green K M Kohanowich 9 00 A.M. P51A-05 New Ways of Delivering Marine Scientific Evidence for Policy Needs in the UK T Dorrington 9 15 A.M. P51A-06 BALTIC EYE FOCUSING ON SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATION TO IMPROVE POLICY MAKING FOR THE BALTIC SEA ENVIRONMENT M L McCrackin 9 30 A.M. P51A-07 Placing Marine Protected Areas Within a Broader Marine Landscape the Role of Science in the Northward Expansion of Two West-Coast National Marine Sanctuaries J L Largier M Brown D Howard 9 45 A.M. P51A-08 Seeking a Role for the Ocean and Ocean Scientists in the Future of International Climate Negotiations N Gallo Y Eddebbar J T Le A N Netburn J O Niles K Sato S Wilson L A Levin Friday 8 00 A.M. MG51A Room 231-232 Sediment Dynamics of a Tropical River-Marine Dispersal System The Mekong from River Source to Ocean Sink I (joint with EC HI PO TE) Moderators Charles Nittrouer University of Washington Andrea Ogston University of Washington Julia Mullarney University of Waikato Mead Allison Tulane University of Louisiana 8 00 A.M. MG51A-01 Tropical Storms Control the Pulse of Fluvial Sediment Supplied to the Mekong Delta S E Darby C R Hackney J Leyland J Best D R Parsons M Kummu H Lauri A P Nicholas R E Aalto 8 15 A.M. MG51A-02 CHANNEL BOTTOM MORPHOLOGY IN THE DELTAIC REACH OF THE SONG HAU (MEKONG) RIVER CHANNEL IN VIETNAM M A Allison H D Weathers E A Meselhe 8 30 A.M. MG51A-03 Dynamics of a fringe mangrove forest detected by Landsat images in the Mekong delta Vietnam S Fagherazzi W Nardin C E Woodcock S Locatelli M C Rulli V J Pasquarella 8 45 A.M. MG51A-04 Hydrodynamic Impacts on Coastal Erosion and Deposition Processes in Cu Lao Dung (Soc Trang) and Rach Goc (Ca Mau) H P Vo-Luong N H Phong D X Tran A S Ogston 9 00 A.M. MG51A-05 Observations of tidal flow waves and drag within a fringing coastal mangrove forest in the Mekong delta J C Mullarney K R Bryan S M Henderson B K Norris H P Vo Luong 9 15 A.M. MG51A-06 Formation of the modern Mekong subaqueous delta a 3D view from Chirp sonar surveys P Liu D J DeMaster C Nittrouer E Eidam T T Nguyen 9 30 A.M. MG51A-07 Offshore Deterioration in the Mekong Delta Vietnam K Stattegger D Unverricht C Heinrich 9 45 A.M. MG51A-08 Integrating 3D Modeling In-Situ and RemoteSensed Observations of Flow and Sediment Dynamics in the Hau River Estuary and Shelf Mekong Delta Vietnam. J A Roelvink J Reyns R Banner E Eidam P Liu A S Ogston T Q Vo C Wackerman Friday 8 00 A.M. PC51A Room 211-213 High-Resolution Geochemical Proxies of Global Change Progress Problems and Utility I Moderators Madelyn Mette Iowa State University Lauren Graniero University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Nina Whitney Iowa State University 8 00 A.M. PC51A-01 Implications of High Ba Ca and Mn Ca Ratios in the Non-Spinose Planktonic Foraminifer Neogloboquadrina dutertrei for Water-Column Microenvironments and Cycling of Barite A D Russell J S Fehrenbacher E Chu C V Davis H J Spero 8 15 A.M. PC51A-02 Ground-truthing the Foraminifera-bound Nitrogen Isotope Paleo-proxy in the Modern Sargasso Sea S Smart H A Ren S E Fawcett M H Conte K K Ellis M A Weigand D M Sigman 8 30 A.M. PC51A-03 High Frequency Fluctuations in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific Oxygen Minimum Zone During the Last 1200 Years C Tems W Berelson R Thunell X Xu D Khider 8 45 A.M. PC51A-04 Assessment of Coral Sr Ca Variations in Orbicella faveolata Colonies in Veracruz Mexico K L DeLong R Cobb A J Wagner J H Hudson 9 00 A.M. PC51A-05 Insights Into Intermediate Ocean Barium Cycling From Deep-Sea Bamboo Coral Records on the California Margin M LaVigne G Serrato Marks M M Freiberger H Miller T M Hill A P McNichol M Lardie Gaylord 9 15 A.M. PC51A-06 An ensemble approach to reconstructing mid-20th century climate using young fossil corals pitfalls and opportunities N T Hitt K M Cobb H R Sayani P R Grothe T Chen H Cheng R L Edwards Y Lu D Deocampo K J Townsend 9 30 A.M. PC51A-07 High-resolution Atmospheric pCO2 Reconstruction across the Paleogene Using Marine and Terrestrial 13C records Y Cui B Schubert 9 45 A.M. PC51A-08 The smallest Gliders in the Ocean- Temperature Recordings from Pteropods using SIMS N Keul I J Orland J W Valley R Kozdon P B deMenocal Friday 8 00 A.M. P51A Room RO5 Impacting Policy Communicating and Incorporating Aquatic and Ocean Science at International National State and Local Levels through Ecosystem-Based Management I (joint with ED HI ME) Moderators Franklin Schwing NOAA Michelle McCrackin Stockholm University Roger Pulwarty NOAA Climate Program Office 8 00 A.M. P51A-01 Ecosystem Based Management in Transition From Ocean Policy to Application W J Saumweber E Goldman 8 15 A.M. P51A-02 Bringing the ecosystem services concept into marine management decisions supporting ecosystems-based management J F Tweddle A Byg I Davies M Gubbins K Irvine A Kafas J Kenter A MacDonald R B O Murray T Potts A M Slater K Wright B E Scott 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 207 Scientific Program Friday 8 00 A.M. PO51A Room 203-205 Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Past Present and Future IV (joint with PC) Moderators Mojib Latif GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Monika Rhein University of Bremen Gokhan Danabasoglu National Center for Atmospheric Research Stuart Cunningham The Scottish Association for Marine Science 8 00 A.M. PO51A-01 Increased Oceanic Heat Transport in the Main Atlantic Inflow Branch to the Nordic Seas 1993-2013 K M H Larsen B Hansen H H t n S sterhus 8 15 A.M. PO51A-02 Measuring the AMOC at 26 N the record so far and the potential for real-time data in the future D Smeed G D McCarthy D Rayner B I Moat E Frajka-Williams W E Johns C S Meinen M O Baringer A Duchez 8 30 A.M. PO51A-03 The future of the AMOC under global warming and Greenland Ice Sheet melt AMOCMIP and probabilistic projections P Bakker A Schmittner O Saenko M van den Broeke J Lenaerts D Bi A Hu R Ohgaito A Abe-Ouchi D Swingedouw S J Marsland S H Mernild J Yin R L Beadling 8 45 A.M. PO51A-04 Stable AMOC off state in an eddy-permitting Coupled Climate Model J Mecking S S Drijfhout L Jackson T Graham 9 00 A.M. PO51A-05 Mechanisms underpinning skillful decadal prediction in the North Atlantic S G Yeager N A Rosenbloom K T Lindsay G Danabasoglu 9 15 A.M. PO51A-06 The Response of the North Atlantic to the Increasing Greenland Ice Sheet Melting Simulations with a Very High Resolution Ocean Model C W Boning E Behrens A Biastoch J L Bamber 9 30 A.M. PO51A-07 Long-term trends of salinity along the AMOC upper branch linked to changing surface freshwater fluxes and ocean freshwater transports R Marsh J D Zika N Skliris E McDonagh S S Drijfhout 9 45 A.M. PO51A-08 On Anomalous Ocean Heat Transport toward the Arctic and Associated Climate Predictability M rthun T Eldevik 8 45 A.M. PO51B-04 New views of the Gulf Stream R E Todd 9 00 A.M. PO51B-05 Upper slope jets inshore of the Charleston Bump barriers to shelf-slope exchange H Seim C R Edwards 9 15 A.M. PO51B-06 In Situ Observations of Shelf-Slope Exchanges Associated to Brazil Current Eddies A M Paiva 9 30 A.M. PO51B-07 Properties of the Agulhas Current s Inshore Front During The Shelf Agulhas Glider Experiment (SAGE) M Krug S Swart W Goschen 9 45 A.M. PO51B-08 The Alaskan Stream Zonal Evolution of Structure and Transport Quantified with Argo Data P D Logan G C Johnson Friday 8 00 A.M. PO51C Room 207 Developments and Ocean Applications of Data Assimilation Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses I (joint with OD PC O) Moderators Ibrahim Hoteit King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Mohamed Iskandarani University of Miami RSMAS Hans Ngodock Naval Research Lab Stennis Space Center Bruce Cornuelle University of California San Diego 8 00 A.M. PO51C-01 Impact of uncertainty in surface forcing on the new SODA 3 global reanalysis J Carton 8 15 A.M. PO51C-02 Global Ensemble Generation Using Perturbed Observations in the Navy Coupled Ocean Data Assimilation System (NCODA) C D Rowley S Frolov M Stokes P J Hogan M Wei C H Bishop 8 30 A.M. PO51C-03 4DVAR with Ensemble Model Error Estimation in a Coastal Ocean Model I Pasmans A L Kurapov 8 45 A.M. PO51C-04 EnKF vs. EnOI in the Red Sea and Sensitivity to Atmospheric Forcing H Toye Mahamadou Kele P Zhan G Gopalakrishnan H Ltaief A R Kartadikaria I Hoteit 9 00 A.M. PO51C-05 The Importance of Being Uncertain The Influence of Initial Conditions and Parameter Settings in Ocean Models R T Tokmakian 9 15 A.M. PO51C-06 On the Direct Assimilation of Along-track Sea Surface Height Observations into a Free-surface Ocean Model Using a Weak Constraints Four Dimensional Variational (4dvar) Method H Ngodock M Carrier S R Smith I Souopgui P Martin G A Jacobs 9 30 A.M. PO51C-07 A New Coupled 4DVAR Assimilation System for Coupled Ocean-Wave Models C A Blain M Orzech M Carrier H Ngodock I Souopgui S R Smith 9 45 A.M. PO51C-08 Bayesian Inference of Coupled Biogeochemical-Physical Models P F J Lermusiaux A Gupta Scientific Program Friday 8 00 A.M. PO51B Room 208-209 Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies III (joint with A EC IS OD) Moderators John Wilkin Rutgers University Bernadette Sloyan CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Hobart Jiayan Yang Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 8 00 A.M. PO51B-01 Direct observations of the East Australian Current and Property Transport at 27 oS from 2012-2013 B Sloyan K R Ridgway R Cowley 8 15 A.M. PO51B-02 The Influence of a Western Boundary Current on Continental Shelf Processes Along Southeastern Australia M Roughan 8 30 A.M. PO51B-03 Cool Near-Bottom Intrusions in the Central Great Barrier Reef J Benthuysen H E Tonin R M Brinkman C R Steinberg Friday 8 00 A.M. PO51D Room 222 From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean III (joint with A B TE TP) Moderators Andrew Lucas Scripps Institution of Oceanography Raleigh Hood Univ of Maryland 8 00 A.M. PO51D-01 Intercomparison of Air-Sea Fluxes in the Bay of Bengal J Buckley R A Weller J T Farrar A Tandon 208 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 8 15 A.M. PO51D-02 Temperature response of a salinity stratified ocean to air-sea heat fluxes G Spiro Jaeger A Mahadevan E Shroyer 8 30 A.M. PO51D-03 Submesoscale instabilities in the Bay of Bengal Results from frontal process studies during the winter monsoon S Ramachandran A Tandon J A MacKinnon A F Waterhouse A Lucas R Pinkel J D Nash E Shroyer A Mahadevan R A Weller J T Farrar 8 45 A.M. PO51D-04 INTENSE CONVECTIVE ACTIVITY OVER NORTHERN BAY OF BENGAL DURING LATE SOUTHWEST MONSOON S Mathew R Venkatesan U Natesan L G 9 00 A.M. PO51D-05 Monsoon currents and fresh- and salt-water pathways in the Southern Bay of Bengal H W Wijesekera T Jensen E Jarosz W J Teague E J Metzger D W Wang S U P Jinadasa L Centurioni H Fernando 9 15 A.M. PO51D-06 Development of the Sri Lanka Dome and Links to Air-Sea Interaction K Cullen E Shroyer 9 30 A.M. PO51D-07 Vertical mixing of high salinity and low salinity in the Bay of Bengal Results from a coupled high-resolution atmosphere-ocean-wave model T G Jensen H W Wijesekera 9 45 A.M. PO51D-08 Moored Current Observations in the Southern Bay of Bengal W J Teague H W Wijesekera E Jarosz T Jensen D W Wang H Fernando Z Hallock 12 15 P.M. A52A-08 Impacts of Ocean Coupling on HWRF Forecasts for Tropical Cyclones over the Western North Pacific Basin in 2015 B Liu H S S Kim V Tallapragada L Zhu W Wang K Wu S Trahan Z Zhang Friday 10 30 A.M. AH52A Room 206 Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Complex Ocean Change on Marine Biota II (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Philip Boyd IMAS ACE-CRC David Hutchins University of Southern California Kristy Kroeker University of California Santa Cruz Sarah Moffitt University of California Davis 10 30 A.M. AH52A-01 Deep time ocean hypoxia The impact on Jurassic marine ecosystems B A Caswell C L J Frid 10 45 A.M. AH52A-02 Volcanic Acidification of a Coral Reef at Maug Island Influences on Biological Processes and Ecosystem Structure I Enochs D Manzello E M Donham L Johnston L Valentino C Young G Kolodziej R Carlton N Price 11 00 A.M. AH52A-03 Zooplankton Distribution and Species Composition Along an Oxygen Gradient in Puget Sound WA J E Keister T Essington L Li J K Horne M Sato S L Parker-Stetter P Moriarty 11 15 A.M. AH52A-04 Altered Phytoplankton Dynamics Associated with the North Pacific Blob Provides a Glimpse of Future Warming Oceans A Marchetti M Robert N Cohen B S Twining P J Harrison 11 30 A.M. AH52A-05 Long-term Iron and Phosphorus Co-limitation Fundamentally Restructures Protein Biochemistry of High CO2adapted Trichodesmium D A Hutchins N G Walworth F Fu E A Webb M A Saito D M Moran M McIlvin M D Lee 11 45 A.M. AH52A-06 An Interaction between Light and Temperature on the Growth of Arctic Phytoplankton I Benner A J Irwin Z Finkel 12 00 P.M. AH52A-07 Bioenergetic Approaches to Define Resilience Potential to Compounding Environmental Stressors D T Manahan C Frieder S Applebaum D Hedgecock F Pan 12 15 P.M. AH52A-08 Effects of Multiple Stressors on Red Abalone (Haliotis rufescens) Fertilization Success C A Boch S Litvin J P Barry C B Woodson S G Monismith G De Leo F Micheli E Aalto C Lovera Friday 10 30 A.M. A52A Room 210 Understanding Air-Sea Coupling in Tropical Cyclones for Improving Model Intensity Forecasts I (joint with OD PO TE TP) Moderators Hyun-Sook Kim IMSG at EMC NCEP NOAA George Halliwell NOAA Miami 10 30 A.M. A52A-01 Ocean Model Impact Study for Coupled Hurricane Forecasting An HFIP Initiative H S S Kim G R Halliwell Jr V Tallapragada P G Black N Bond S Chen J Cione M F Cronin I Ginis B Liu L Miller S R Jayne E Sanabia L K Shay E Uhlhorn L Zhu 10 45 A.M. A52A-02 Assessment of Surface Drag Coefficient Parametrizations based on Observation and WRF Model Simulation J Song F Li H He S Li S Guan 11 00 A.M. A52A-03 Sensitivity of Tropical Cyclone Induced Ocean Response to Wind Stress S Chen J D Doyle J Veeramony W Rogers Y Fan P Martin T J Campbell 11 15 A.M. A52A-04 Upper-Ocean Temperature Observations Obtained during Tasked Hurricane Reconnaissance Missions A Review of Impacts on Air-Sea Coupled Hurricane Model Predictions E Sanabia S R Jayne P G Black S Chen J A Cummings 11 30 A.M. A52A-05 OSSE Assessment of Ocean Observing System Enhancements to Improve Coupled Tropical Cyclone Intensity Prediction G R Halliwell Jr M F Mehari J Dong V Kourafalou R M Atlas H Kang M Le Henaff 11 45 A.M. A52A-06 Revisiting Sea State Dependent Surface Fluxes Parameterisations in a Fully Coupled Forecast System with Emphasis on Tropical Cyclone J R Bidlot K Mogensen L Magnusson P A E M Janssen 12 00 P.M. A52A-07 Predictability of Tropical Cyclone Intensity in Coupled Atmosphere-Wave-Ocean Model Stochastic Ensembles S S Chen M Curcic F Judt Friday 10 30 A.M. B52A Room 225-227 Beyond Redfield Elemental Ratios as Tracers and Drivers of Biodiversity and Biogeochemical Function in a Changing Ocean I (joint with CT ME MM PP) Moderators Adam Martiny University of California Irvine James Elser Arizona State University 10 30 A.M. B52A-01 Biogeochemical Stoichiometry of the Sargasso Sea M W Lomas A Singh S E Baer U Riebesell A Martiny 10 44 A.M. B52A-02 WITHDRAWN Margalef revisited A new phytoplankton mandala incorporating twelve dimensions including nutrient ratios and forms P M Glibert 10 58 A.M. B52A-03 Mechanisms for Variation of Cellular P Stoichiometry Diverse Cellular Phosphorus Allocation Strategies Across Microbial Groups from the Sargasso Sea K Popendorf S Duhamel 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 209 Scientific Program 11 12 A.M. B52A-04 Phylogenetic differences in the macromolecular composition of microalgae Z Finkel M J Follows J D Liefer C M Brown I Benner A J Irwin 11 26 A.M. B52A-05 Variability in cellular elemental stoichiometry among several major lineages of marine eukaryotic phytoplankton N S Garcia M W Lomas A Martiny 11 40 A.M. B52A-06 Modeling the Impacts of Phytoplankton Plasticity in Buffering Anthropogenic CO2 Increase T Tanioka K Matsumoto 11 54 A.M. B52A-07 Nutrient-Poor Slowly Sinking Organic Matter in the Sargasso Sea A Hypothesis and Supporting Evidence S E Fawcett K S Johnson S Riser N Van Oostende D M Sigman 12 08 P.M. B52A-08 Non-Redfield Stoichiometry and the Carbon Cycle G Hagstrom A R Moreno A Martiny Friday 10 30 A.M. EC52A Room 220-221 Physical and Biogeochemical Processes and the Support of Shelf Sea Primary Productivity and Carbon Cycling II (joint with ME PO PP) Moderators Katja Fennel Dalhousie University Jack Barth Oregon State University Richard Sanders National Oceanography Centre 10 30 A.M. EC52A-01 Seasonal Cycling of Dissolved Soluble and Colloidal Iron in the Celtic Sea M C Lohan A Birchill A Milne A L Annett W Geibert 10 45 A.M. EC52A-02 Iron sources to the Fe-poor northern Gulf of Alaska insights from water column and atmospheric dust time series J Crusius A W Schroth R W Campbell S Gasso J Resing J T Cullen 11 00 A.M. EC52A-03 On the Role of Mesoscale Eddies in the LongRange Export of Carbon and Nutrients from the Canary Upwelling System into the Open North Atlantic E Lovecchio M Munnich D Byrne N Gruber 11 15 A.M. EC52A-04 Mesoscale eddies drive cross-shelf transport particle and nutrient biogeochemistry and the nutritional value of zooplankton A Waite 11 30 A.M. EC52A-05 Ocean Acidification of the Pacific Northwest Coastal Waters A Modeling Study S A Siedlecki P MacCready R M McCabe R A Feely S R Alin J Newton 11 45 A.M. EC52A-06 Age and residence time of terrestrial source water in the northwest Atlantic shelf seas R He A C Todd 12 00 P.M. EC52A-07 How much riverine nutrients do shelf seas allow into the open ocean J Sharples K Fennel T D Jickells 12 15 P.M. EC52A-08 Greenland Glacial Fjord Dynamics and Impacts on Nutrient Supply and Phytoplankton Community Structure M R Cape H M Sosik F Straneo Friday 10 30 A.M. CT52A Room 228-230 Linking Optical and Chemical Properties of Organic Matter I Moderators Colin Stedmon Technical University of Denmark Robert Spencer Florida State University Thomas Bianchi University of Florida Christopher Osburn North Carolina State University Raleigh 10 30 A.M. CT52A-01 WITHDRAWN What Do We Know about DOM Chemical Composition Based on Its Optical Properties G Aiken 10 45 A.M. CT52A-02 Molecular Families Associated with Optical Properties in the Florida Coastal Everglades S Wagner R Jaffe K Cawley T Dittmar A Stubbins 11 00 A.M. CT52A-03 Further Insights on the Chemical Structure of Humic Substances (HS) and Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) in Relation to their Optical Chemical Properties R Del Vecchio T M Schendorf K Koech N V Blough 11 15 A.M. CT52A-04 Quantum Yields of Natural Organic Matter and Organic Compounds Implications for the Fluorescence-based Interpretation of Organic Matter Composition U J W nsch K R Murphy C A Stedmon Friday 10 30 A.M. HE52A Room 217-219 Dynamics on the Edge Ice-Ocean Fjord Continental Shelf and Slope Processes for the Arctic and Subpolar Oceans II (joint with A B PO TP) Moderators Dave Sutherland University of Oregon Patrick Heimbach University of Texas at Austin 10 30 A.M. HE52A-01 When Does the Warmest Water Reach Greenland J P Grist S A Josey L Boehme M P Meredith K L Laidre M P Heide-J rgensen K M Kovacs C Lydersen F J M Davidson G B Stenson M O Hammill R Marsh A Coward 10 45 A.M. HE52A-02 Noble Gases Reveal Ocean-Glacier Interaction in Shallow and Deep-Silled Greenland Fjords N Beaird F Straneo W J Jenkins 11 00 A.M. HE52A-03 The Impact of Fjord-Glacier Geometry on Circulation and Renewal in Tidewater Glacier Fjords D Carroll D Sutherland J D Nash E Shroyer L de Steur G A Catania L A Stearns 11 15 A.M. HE52A-04 Quantification of calving rates and iceberg size distribution in West Greenland L A Stearns 11 30 A.M. HE52A-05 The Role of Fjord Topography on Submarine Melting of Greenland s Glaciers a Laboratory Study C Cenedese Scientific Program 11 30 A.M. CT52A-05 Linking Optical and Molecular Properties of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Mediterranean Sea A M Martinez Perez H Osterholz M Nieto-Cid T Dittmar X A lvarez-Salgado 11 45 A.M. CT52A-06 Time-resolved and Depth-dependent PhotoDegradation of Marine Dissolved Organic Matter Analyzed by Semi-continuous EEM Fluorescence Monitoring M Gonsior S Timko M H Conte P Schmitt-Kopplin 12 00 P.M. CT52A-07 In Situ Absorbance and Fluorescence as Surrogate Data to Continuously Measure Nitrogen Phosphorus and Carbon Concentrations in a Brackish Tidal Marsh J R Etheridge F Birgand M R Burchell 12 15 P.M. CT52A-08 Photochemical Degradation of PetroleumDerived Water-Soluble Organics into the Background Dissolved Organic Carbon Pool D C Podgorski P Z Ray N V Roland Y E Corilo M A Tarr F Guillemette R G Spencer 210 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 11 45 A.M. HE52A-06 Tides mixing up deep Atlantic water heat in the Arctic Ocean T P Rippeth B Lincoln Y D Lenn M Green A Sundfjord S Bacon 12 00 P.M. HE52A-07 Atlantic Water and the Chukchi Polynya C A Ladd S A Salo P J Stabeno C W Mordy 12 15 P.M. HE52A-08 Investigation of the Dominant Processes controlling Volume Heat and Freshwater Transports through the Bering Strait A T Nguyen R A Woodgate P Heimbach 11 00 A.M. HI52A-03 Wave Power Assessment in the Presence of Currents an Overview of Analytical Versus Complex Numerical Approaches M R Hashemi S T Grilli S P Neill 11 15 A.M. HI52A-04 Complete energetic description of hydrokinetic turbine impact on flow channel dynamics E Brasseale M Kawase 11 30 A.M. HI52A-05 Ambient and Wake Turbulence Measurements at Marine Energy Sites from a Five Beam AD2CP M A Guerra J M Thomson 11 45 A.M. HI52A-06 Temporal Spatial Statistical Distribution of the Rate of Dissipation of TKE in Islay Sound R G Lueck F Wolk K Black 12 00 P.M. HI52A-07 Assessment of the Great Lakes Marine Renewable Energy Resources Characterizing Lake Erie Surge Seiche and Waves A Farhadzadeh M R Hashemi 12 15 P.M. HI52A-08 Global tidal phasing potential S P Neill M M Cooper M J Lewis Friday 10 30 A.M. HE52B Room 215-216 Variability in Southern Ocean Productivity over Different Timescales II (joint with B CT ME PP) Moderators Alessandro Tagliabue University of Liverpool Philip Boyd IMAS ACE-CRC Eugene Domack University of South Florida St. Petersburg Amy Leventer Colgate University 10 30 A.M. HE52B-01 Detailed Spatial Analysis of Trends in Primary Productivity in the Ross Sea Antarctica (1997-2013) C Schine K R Arrigo G van Dijken 10 45 A.M. HE52B-02 Iron Supply and Demand in an Antarctic Shelf Ecosystem D J McGillicuddy Jr P Sedwick M S Dinniman K R Arrigo T S Bibby B J W Greenan E E Hofmann J M Klinck II W Smith S L Mack C M Marsay B M Sohst G van Dijken 11 00 A.M. HE52B-03 A Glacial Isostatic Model for Early- mid Holocene Iron Fertilization of Antarctic Peninsula Shelf Waters A Leventer E W Domack M A King 11 15 A.M. HE52B-04 Environmental factors controlling phytoplankton productivity and phenology in the Southern Ocean M Ardyna H Claustre B Gentili F D Ortenzio 11 30 A.M. HE52B-05 Interannual variability of diatom phenology in the Southern Ocean M Soppa C D Voelker A Bracher 11 45 A.M. HE52B-06 Connectivity Between Surface and Subsurface Phytoplankton Blooms from High-Resolution Ocean Glider Transects in Southern Drake Passage Z K Erickson A F Thompson J Sprintall 12 00 P.M. HE52B-07 Diatom Resting Spore Formation and Carbon Export in the Southern Ocean M Rembauville I Salter S Blain 12 15 P.M. HE52B-08 An Integrative Approach to Understand a Rich Ecosystem in the Southern Ocean From Carbon to Top Predators C Cott F d Ovidio N Behagle G Roudaut P Brehmer C A Bost C Guinet Y Cherel Friday 10 30 A.M. IS52A Room RO4 Recent Advances in In Situ Biogeochemical Instrumentation Sensors and Observatory Science II Moderators Anna Michel Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Brian Glazer University of Hawaii at Manoa 10 30 A.M. IS52A-01 Field Testing of a Microfluidic Particle Counter for Oceanographic Applications J A Needoba T D Peterson P Bado 10 45 A.M. IS52A-02 Deep-Sea Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and its Application to Hydrothermal Mineral Surveys in the Okinawa Trough B Thornton T Takahashi T Sato T Sakka T Ohki K Ohki 11 00 A.M. IS52A-03 Advancing an In situ Laser Spectrometer for Carbon Isotope Analyses in the Deep Ocean A Michel S D Wankel J Kapit P R Girguis 11 15 A.M. IS52A-04 WITHDRAWN Continuous high-resolution spatial mapping of water isotopes in oceanic environment using a CRDS analyzer combined with a continuous water sampler. D KimHak K Huang 11 30 A.M. IS52A-05 Application of Emerging Open-source Embedded Systems for Enabling Low-cost Wireless Miniobservatory Nodes in the Coastal Zone B T Glazer 11 45 A.M. IS52A-06 ITAG A fine-scale measurement platform to inform organismal response to a changing ocean K Katija K A Shorter T A Mooney D Mann A Z Wang F N Sonnichsen 12 00 P.M. IS52A-07 The Continuous Plankton Imaging and Classification Sensor (CPICS) A Sensor for Quantifying Mesoplankton Biodiversity and Community Structure S M Gallager 12 15 P.M. IS52A-08 Turn up the lights Deep-sea in situ application of a high-speed high-resolution sCMOS camera to observe marine bioluminescence B T Phillips D F Gruber J S Sparks G Vasan C Roman V A Pieribone Friday 10 30 A.M. HI52A Room RO1 Marine Renewable Energy Resource Characterization Environmental Impacts and Societal Interactions II (joint with EC IS ME PO) Moderators Simon Neill Bangor University Zhaoqing Yang Pacific Northwest National Laboratory M Reza Hashemi University of Rhode Island Matt Lewis Bangor University 10 30 A.M. HI52A-01 Wave Resource Characterization at US Wave Energy Converter (WEC) Test Sites A Dallman V S Neary 10 45 A.M. HI52A-02 A 20-Year High-Resolution Wave Resource Assessment of Japan with Wave-Current Interactions A Webb T Waseda K Kiyomatsu 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 211 Scientific Program Friday 10 30 A.M. ME52A Room RO2 Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges II (joint with B EC IS PP) Moderators Antonio Mannino NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Emmanuel Boss University of Maine 10 30 A.M. ME52A-01 Advancing Ocean Remote Sensing with Spaceborne Lidar C A Hostetler M J Behrenfeld J W Hair Y Hu K A Powell A J Scarino C F Butler E Boss D Siegel I Cetinic 10 45 A.M. ME52A-02 Merging Ocean Color and physical Argo data to extend bio-optical properties to depth using neural networks A global 3D view of phytoplankton biomass and phytoplankton communities composition R Sauz de H Claustre C Jamet J Uitz G Dall Olmo F D Ortenzio B Gentili A Poteau C Schmechtig 11 00 A.M. ME52A-03 MULTI-SENSOR ECOSYSTEM-BASED APPROACHES FOR THE ESTIMATION OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON FROM SPACE I Cetinic W H Slade N Poulton M J Perry 11 15 A.M. ME52A-04 Surface Waves as Major Controls on Particle Backscattering in Southern California Coastal Waters F Henderikx Freitas E Fields S Maritorena D Siegel 11 30 A.M. ME52A-05 A Novel Scoring Metrics for Quality Assurance of Ocean Color Observations J Wei Z Lee 11 45 A.M. ME52A-06 Dazzled by ice and snow improving medium ocean color images in Arctic waters M Babin C Goyens S Belanger 12 00 P.M. ME52A-07 Rigorous Characterisation of a Novel Statistically-Based Ocean Colour Algorithm for the PACE Mission S E Craig Z Lee K Du J Lin 12 15 P.M. ME52A-08 Improving methods for assessing reflectance due to whitecaps and foam from ocean color imagery H M Dierssen K L Randolph S P Garaba 11 45 A.M. ME52B-06 Functional & phylogenetic diversity of copepod communities F Benedetti S D Ayata L Blanco-Bercial A Cornils F Guilhaumon 12 00 P.M. ME52B-07 Global Patterns in Marine Phytoplankton Diversity inferred from Species Distribution Modeling D Righetti M Vogt N Gruber A Psomas N E Zimmermann 12 15 P.M. ME52B-08 Major role of nutrient supply in the control of picophytoplankton community structure B Mouri o S Agusti A Bode P Cermeno P Chouci o J C B da Silva B Fern ndez-Castro J Gasol M Gil Coto R Gra a M Latasa L Lubi n E Mara n X A Moran E Moreno V Moreira-Coello J L Otero-Ferrer M Ruiz Villarreal R Scharek S M Vallina M Varela M Villama a Friday 10 30 A.M. MG52A Room 231-232 Hydrocarbon Seepage as a Conduit Connecting Deep Subsurface Sediments Shallow Sediments the Water Column and Atmosphere I (joint with B MM) Moderators Samantha Joye University of Georgia Richard Peterson Coastal Carolina University 10 30 A.M. MG52A-01 Complex Hydrocarbon Seepages Along a Short Segment of the North Anatolian Fault (Sea of Marmara Turkey) L Ruffine C Croguennec J P Donval E Rinnert Y Germain L Bignon C Scalabrin H Ondreas A S Alix L Legoix S Bermell L G li 10 45 A.M. MG52A-02 Differential methane oxidation activity and microbial community composition at cold seeps in the Arctic off western Svalbard F Grundger M M Svenning H Niemann A Silyakova P Serov W L Hong G Wegener G Panieri J Carroll 11 00 A.M. MG52A-03 Oceanographic Setting Dominates Methane Transport Through the Water Column in the Shallow Area West of Prins Karls Forland Arctic Ocean A Silyakova P Jansson P Serov C A Graves H Niemann F Grundger B Ferre J Mienert 11 15 A.M. MG52A-04 Rhythms of Methane Emission Long-term Observations on Mud-volcano Eruptions D de Beer A Boetius C R German K Olu T Feseker 11 30 A.M. MG52A-05 Chasing Sources and Transports of Methane Plumes in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Using In Situ Sensors on Untethered Landers C S Martens H Mendlovitz H Seim L Lapham C Magen S B Joye 11 45 A.M. MG52A-06 Succession of Hydrocarbon Degradation and Microbial Diversity during a Simulated Petroleum Seepage in Caspian Sea Sediments S Mishra M Stagars P Wefers M Schmidt K Knittel M Krueger I Leifer T Treude 12 00 P.M. MG52A-07 Sedimentation of oil-derived material to the seabed is an unrecognized fate for oil derived from natural seepage S B Joye 12 15 P.M. MG52A-08 Marine Aggregates Natural and Oiled Material Transport in the Deep Gulf of Mexico A R Diercks V L Asper C Dike K Ziervogel U Passow Friday 10 30 A.M. ME52B Room RO3 Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods II (joint with B MM PO PP) Moderators Andrew Barton Princeton University Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Pedro Cermeno Instituto de Ciencias del Mar 10 30 A.M. ME52B-01 Tara Oceans Eco-Systems Biology at Planetary Scale C Bowler S Malviya 10 45 A.M. ME52B-02 Environmental High-content Fluorescence Microscopy (e-HCFM) of Tara Oceans Samples Provides a View of Global Ocean Protist Biodiversity L P Coelho S Colin S Sunagawa E Karsenti P Bork R Pepperkok C de Vargas 11 00 A.M. ME52B-03 A Molecular Survey of Diatom Communities in the Subpolar and Subtropical North Pacific D M Rico A Devol A E Ingalls J Moffett D Stahl V Armbrust 11 15 A.M. ME52B-04 Patterns of Genetic Diversity and Co-Existence in Open Ocean Diatoms the Effects of Water Mass Structure Selection and Sex T A Rynearson G Chen 11 30 A.M. ME52B-05 Recent Advances in Microbial Single Cell Genomics Technology and Applications R Stepanauskas Scientific Program Friday 10 30 A.M. P52A Room RO5 Impacting Policy Communicating and Incorporating Aquatic and Ocean Science at International National State and Local Levels through Ecosystem-Based Management II (joint with ED HI ME) Moderators Adrienne Sponberg Association for the Sciences of 212 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Limnology and Oceanography Ashley Erickson Center for Ocean Solutions 10 30 A.M. P52A-01 Marine Spatial Planning Applied to the High Seas Process and Results of an Exercise Focused on the Sargasso Sea A N Siuda T C Smythe 10 45 A.M. P52A-02 EcoPrinciples Connect A Pilot Project Matching Ecological Principles with Available Data to Promote EcosystemBased Management R G Martone A Erickson M Mach T Hale A McGregor E E Prahler M Foley M Caldwell E H Hartge 11 00 A.M. P52A-03 What s Happening on the West Coast The National Ocean Policy EBM and Ocean Governance on the West Coast of the U.S J R Hansen 11 15 A.M. P52A-04 Building the U.S. First Offshore Wind FarmApplying EBM Approaches to Successfully Address Offshore Energy Commercial Fisheries and Recreational Boating interactions A Lipsky 11 30 A.M. P52A-05 Ecosystem Risk Assessment Using the Comprehensive Assessment of Risk to Ecosystems (CARE) Tool W Battista R Fujita K Karr 11 45 A.M. P52A-06 A Policy Alternative Analysis and Simplified Scoring Method to Assess Policy Options for Marine Conservation Areas S M Sharuga M Reams 12 00 P.M. P52A-07 SeaSketch Implementation of a DecisionSupport Platform for a Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Multi-sector Working Group G Goldberg W McClintock 12 15 P.M. P52A-08 Using an ecosystem service decision support tool to support ridge to reef management An example of sediment reduction in west Maui Hawaii K A Falinski K Oleson H Htun C Kappel J Lecky C Rowe K Selkoe C White 11 45 A.M. PC52A-06 WITHDRAWN Chromoproteins Protect Bluepigmented Corals Under Normal Conditions But May Exacerbate Stress During Bleaching Events A Richards Don 12 00 P.M. PC54B-2259 Influence of Temperature and Nutrients on Coral Community Structure on Lagoonal Reefs in Belize J Baumann J E Townsend T Courtney H Aichelman S W Davies K Castillo 12 15 P.M. PC52A-08 Functional Traits and Community Assembly in Deep-Sea Octocorals Along a Depth Gradient in the Northern Gulf of Mexico C E Gomez A Quattrini E E Cordes Friday 10 30 A.M. PO52A Room 203-205 Climate Trends Hydrographic Variability Circulation and Air-Land-Sea Interactions in the Marginal Seas of the North Atlantic I (joint with A EC ME PC) Moderators Igor Yashayaev Bedford Institute of Oceanography Alexander Yankovsky University of South Carolina Columbia 10 30 A.M. PO52A-01 A 60 years re-analysis of the Mediterranean Sea circulation N Pinardi C Fratianni V Lyubartsev R Ingrosso S Simoncelli 10 45 A.M. PO52A-02 Seasonal interannual and decadal variability of heat and freshwater content in the Norwegian Sea K A Mork O Skagseth 11 00 A.M. PO52A-03 What drives multidecadal variations in biogeochemical cycles and foodweb dynamics in regional seas Comparative assessment of North Sea Baltic Sea and Barents Sea C Schrum 11 15 A.M. PO52A-04 Labrador Sea convection blows life towards the northeastern Atlantic H H t n D Matei K Lohmann J H Jungclaus S Pacariz M Bersch A Gislason J Olafsson P C Reid 11 30 A.M. PO52A-05 The Flows over the Reykjanes Ridge H Mercier T Petit V Thierry 11 45 A.M. PO52A-06 Upstream Sources of the Denmark Strait Overflow Observations from a High-Resolution Mooring Array R S Pickart B Harden H Valdimarsson K V ge L de Steur C Richards F Bahr D J Torres E B rve S Jonsson A Macrander S sterhus L H vik T Hattermann 12 00 P.M. PO52A-07 Hydrographic Climatology in the Gulf of St. Laurence Its Recent Trends and an Estuarine Regime of Its Interannual Variability A E Yankovsky I Yashayaev A Frank 12 15 P.M. PO52A-08 Freshwater Origin of the Upper Shelf and Slope Waters of Southern Labrador and Newfoundland M Benetti G P Reverdin I Yashayaev S Olafsdottir N P Holliday E Tynan P Lherminier P J Treguer G Sarthou Friday 10 30 A.M. PC52A Room 211-213 Implications of Global Climate Change on the Health of Coral Reef Ecosystems I (joint with HI ME TE O) Moderators James Murphy University of Hawaii at Manoa Frederica Ragazzola University of Porstmouth Sophie McCoy Plymouth Marine Laboratory 10 30 A.M. PC52A-01 A Crucial Time for Reefs Climate Change El Ni o and the 2014-16 Global Bleaching Event C M Eakin G Liu E Geiger S F Heron W J Skirving J L De La Cour A E Strong K Tirak T Burgess 10 45 A.M. PC52A-02 Bioconstructor Guild Analysis to Assess Maldivian Reefs Following Ocean Warming and Coral Bleaching C N Bianchi C Morri M Montefalcone 11 00 A.M. PC52A-03 Differential thermal response within inshore vs. offshore congeneric scleractinian coral species in Palau K D Hoadley A Lewis D Wham D T Pettay D Kemp M Warner T Lajeunesse 11 15 A.M. PC52A-04 Does body type really matter Relating climate change coral morphology and resiliency M Camp K A Shein K Foster J C Hendee 11 30 A.M. PC52A-05 Time Series Sampling of Gene Expression in Both Coral and Symbiodinium Under Field Conditions Reveals Environmental Transcriptional Plasticity G Ruiz-Jones Friday 10 30 A.M. PO52B Room 208-209 Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies IV (joint with A EC IS OD) Moderators Lixin Wu Ocean University of China Jiayan Yang Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Robert Todd Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 10 30 A.M. PO52B-01 Rossby Waves propagating from the Pacific to the South China Sea derived from cruise observations in 2005 L Xie Q Zheng J Tian S Zhang Y Feng X Yi 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 213 Scientific Program 10 45 A.M. PO52B-02 WITHDRAWN Remote Impacts on Caribbean Coastal Sea Level Variability F R van der Burgt R Riva C Slobbe R Klees C A Katsman H A Dijkstra 11 00 A.M. PO52B-03 Modeling the Impacts of the Loop Current on Circulation and Water Properties in Pulley Ridge Area Southwest Florida Shelf C Pan M Jiang F Dalgleish J Reed 11 15 A.M. PO52B-04 Water exchange across isobaths over the continental shelf of the East China Sea J Zhang L Zhao X Guo Y Miyazawa 11 30 A.M. PO52B-05 A Numerical Investigation of the Interannualto-Decadal Variability of the Along-shelf Transport in the Middle Atlantic Bight S Zhang Y Luo 11 45 A.M. PO52B-06 Response of the Bay of Bengal Circulation characteristics to the interannual forcing using Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) A Chakraborty S Dandapat 12 00 P.M. PO52B-07 Topographic Steering of the Mediterranean Outflow West of the Strait of Gibraltar R F Sanchez Leal M J Bellanco Esteban D Roque Atienza A M Thurnherr S Sammartino J C Sanchez-Garrido F J Hern ndez Molina J Garcia Lafuente A Peliz C Gonz lez-Pola L M Fern ndez Salas M Ruiz Villarreal P Relvas C Naranjo 12 15 P.M. PO52B-08 Vorticity Dynamics of Cross-isobath Geostrophic Transport in the Stratified Steep and Concave Shelves G Jianping C W Hui Friday 10 30 A.M. PO52D Room 222 From Monsoons to Mixing Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and Biogeochemical Response in the Indian Ocean IV (joint with A B TE TP) Moderators William Teague Naval Research Laboratory Debasis Sengupta Indian Institute of Science 10 30 A.M. PO52D-01 Oceanic Feedback to the Madden-Julian Oscillation Mixing s Critical Role J N Moum K Pujiana R C Lien 10 45 A.M. PO52D-02 Energy Transfer Into the Deep Ocean from Mixed Layer Near-Inertial Currents Generated by Storms in the Bay of Bengal M Mathur 11 00 A.M. PO52D-03 WITHDRAWN Winter time co-variability of thermal and chlorophyll fronts in the North Bay of Bengal using high resolution satellite data A Chakraborty 11 15 A.M. PO52D-04 Distribution of Nitrate Oxygen and Chlorophyll in the Bay of Bengal Physical Constraints and Mechanisms for Vertical Transport A Mahadevan M M Omand M Freilich E Shroyer S V A Lucas R A Weller 11 30 A.M. PO52D-05 Physical-Biogeochemical Interaction Linkages associated with the Arabian Sea Monsoons Climate Trend or Decadal Variablity J D Wiggert B Gaye T Rixen 11 45 A.M. PO52D-06 The physical and biogeochemical structure of eastward flows and eddies in the southeast Indian Ocean N L Bindoff H E Phillips V V Menezes 12 00 P.M. PO52D-07 Dynamics of the Seychelles-Chagos Thermocline Ridge S Bulusu 12 15 P.M. PO52D-08 Interactions between the Somali Current eddies during the summer monsoon insights from a numerical study B Barnier C Q Akuetevi J A Verron J M Molines A Lecointre Friday 10 30 A.M. PO52C Room 207 Developments and Ocean Applications of Data Assimilation Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses II (joint with OD PC O) Moderators Ibrahim Hoteit King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Mohamed Iskandarani University of Miami RSMAS 10 30 A.M. PO52C-01 Towards an Operational Hybrid Global Ocean Data Assimilation System (Hybrid-GODAS) at NCEP S G Penny D Behringer J Carton E Kalnay Y Xue 10 45 A.M. PO52C-02 Challenges and algorithmic solutions for data assimilation in coupled systems S Frolov C H Bishop D R Allen D Kuhl T Holt Friday P.M. Friday 2 00 P.M. A53A Room 210 The Ocean Surface Boundary Layer Physical Processes and Roles in Weather Climate and Biogeochemistry I Moderators Daria Halkides Earth and Space Research Stephen Belcher University of Reading Dimitris Menemenlis Jet Propulsion Laboratory Baylor Fox-Kemper Brown University 2 00 P.M. A53A-01 The Diurnal Cycle of the Ocean Surface Boundary Layer New Observations and New Models S E Belcher A L Grant N S Lucas T P Rippeth B Pearson J Polton M Palmer G M Damerell K J Heywood 2 15 P.M. A53A-02 Evolution of the Ocean Surface Boundary Layer during 2012-2013 as observed by the OSMOSIS Glider Array a Challenge for Model Simulations K J Heywood G M Damerell A F Thompson J Kaiser U Binetti S E Belcher A L Grant D Calvert 2 30 P.M. A53A-03 An Integrated Energetics Approach to Modeling Oceanic Planetary Boundary Layer Mixing R Hallberg 2 45 P.M. A53A-04 Langmuir turbulence and its parameterization in tropical cyclone conditions T Hara B G Reichl D Wang I Ginis T Kukulka 3 00 P.M. A53A-05 Langmuir Turbulence and Symmetric Instabilities in Submesoscale Fronts S Haney B Fox-Kemper K A Julien A Webb Scientific Program 11 00 A.M. PO52C-03 Coarse-grained sensitivity for multiscale data assimilation N Sugiura 11 15 A.M. PO52C-04 On the predictability of North Atlantic ocean state F Sevellec A V Fedorov 11 30 A.M. PO52C-05 Adaptive Sampling for the Coastal Ocean S V T Lolla P F J Lermusiaux 11 45 A.M. PO52C-06 Model error varieties and their relative importance in ocean state estimation G Forget J M Campin P Heimbach C N Hill R M Ponte C Wunsch 12 00 P.M. PO52C-07 Wavelet Based Representation of Observation Error Covariance A Vidard V Chabot M Nodet 12 15 P.M. PO52C-08 WITHDRAWN Variational Optimization of Observational Locations Ensemble and Adjoint Approaches D Nechaev 214 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 15 P.M. A53A-06 Cold Filament Frontogenesis and Arrest by Ocean Boundary Layer Turbulence P P Sullivan J C McWilliams 3 30 P.M. A53A-07 Modelling Submesoscale Dynamics A New Parameterization for Symmetric Instability S Bachman L N Thomas J R Taylor B Fox-Kemper 3 45 P.M. A53A-08 Impact of Argo Sampling and Cloud Cover on Ocean Mixed Layer Property Estimates D Menemenlis D J Halkides C N Hill H Zhang T S Tanhua M Ishii J T Mathis D C E Bakker R H Wanninkhof A Olsen R M Key S van Heuven 2 15 P.M. B53A-02 Variability in ocean ventilation from three decades of transient tracer measurements D Waugh 2 30 P.M. B53A-03 Understanding the Changing Global Distribution of Radiocarbon What are we learning from the WOCE and CLIVAR Repeat Hydrography Results A P McNichol R M Key K L Elder K F Von Reden A R Gagnon J R Burton 2 45 P.M. B53A-04 Rapid Anthropogenic Changes in CO2 and pH in the Atlantic Ocean 2003-2014 R J Woosley F J Millero Jr R H Wanninkhof 3 00 P.M. B53A-05 OVIDE-A25 a Biennial Hydrographic Transect across the North Atlantic Subpolar Gyre since 2002 Overview of the Main Scientific Findings about the Variability of the Meridional Overturning Circulation and its Impact on the CO2 Physical Pump P Lherminier H Mercier F F F P rez A F Rios P Zunino M Garc aIb ez V Racap M Gehlen L Bopp 3 15 P.M. B53A-06 Decadal Anthropogenic Carbon Storage Along P16 and P02 B R Carter R A Feely L D Talley J N Cross A M Macdonald S Mecking S A Siedlecki 3 30 P.M. B53A-07 30 Years of Repeat Hydrography in the Mediterranean T S Tanhua K Schroeder D Hainbucher M Alvarez V R Cardin G Civitarese H L Bryden J Chiggiato 3 45 P.M. B53A-08 A declining ventilation rate of Antarctic Bottom Water within the Ross Gyre S Purkey W M Smethie Jr S Jacobs Friday 2 00 P.M. AH53A Room 206 Assessing the Cumulative Effects of Complex Ocean Change on Marine Biota III (joint with B ME PP) Moderators Erik Sperling Stanford University Kristy Kroeker University of California Santa Cruz Ulf Riebesell GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Christina Frieder University of Southern California 2 00 P.M. AH53A-01 Impact of Ocean Acidification on the geochemistry of the coralline algae Lithothamnion glaciale F Ragazzola L C Foster C J Jones T B Scott J Fietzke M R Kilburn D N Schmidt 2 15 P.M. AH53A-02 Pteropod Ecology and Physiology in Relation to Natural Variability in Carbonate Chemistry G L Lawson A E Maas A Z Wang A J Bergan P H Wiebe L Blanco-Bercial A Lavery N J Copley 2 30 P.M. AH53A-03 Ocean Acidification in a Complex Dynamic Coastal Zone Consequences of Overlapping Environmental Mosaics on Mussel Performance and Species Interactions K Kroeker E Sanford J M Rose C A Blanchette F Chan F Chavez G F Dilly B Gaylord B Helmuth T M Hill G E Hofmann K M Laughlin M A McManus B A Menge K J Nielsen P Raimondi A D Russell L Washburn 2 45 P.M. AH53A-04 Multidecadal Increase in North Atlantic Coccolithophores and Potential Role of Increasing CO2 S RiveroCalle A Gnanadesikan C E del Castillo W M Balch S Guikema 3 00 P.M. AH53A-05 Warming and Acidification Induced Mass Mortality of a Coastal Keystone predator F Melzner U Findeisen 3 15 P.M. AH53A-06 Warmer deeper and greener mixed layers in the north Atlantic subpolar gyre over the last 50 years. D Antoine E C Martinez D E Raitsos 3 30 P.M. AH53A-07 Exploring confidence and uncertainty in projections of potential marine ecosystem stressors under climate change T L Froelicher K B Rodgers C A Stock W W L Cheung 3 45 P.M. AH53A-08 Limits to the Positive Effect of Ocean Acidification on Macroalgal Primary Production Interactions with Light and Temperature J Kubler S R Dudgeon A M Nisumaa Friday 2 00 P.M. EC53A Room 220-221 Response and Mitigation Potential of Coastal Vegetated Habitats to Climate Change Sea-Level Rise and Ocean Acidification I (joint with B ME PC PP) Moderators Ryan Moyer Florida FWC Kerry Nickols California State University Monterey Bay 2 00 P.M. EC53A-01 Saltwater Ponds Biogeochemically Dynamic Components of Salt Marsh Ecosystems A C Spivak K Gosselin 2 15 P.M. EC53A-02 Historic and current carbon storage in four marsh habitats of coastal Louisiana Insight into potential responses to future global climate change and coastal restoration M M Baustian C L Stagg C Perry L Moss T Carruthers M A Allison 2 30 P.M. EC53A-03 How Does the Burial Rate of Soil Organic Matter Relate to Salinity and Productivity in the Coastal Everglades J L Breithaupt J M Smoak C J Sanders T Troxler 2 45 P.M. EC53A-04 Coastal Landforms and Accumulation of Mangrove Peat Increase Carbon Sequestration and Storage M T Costa P Excurra E Ezcurra P P Garcillan O Aburto-Oropeza 3 00 P.M. EC53A-05 Are Estimates of Blue Carbon Sequestration by Seagrass Sediments Biased High S Johannessen 3 15 P.M. EC53A-06 Major Seagrass Carbon Sinks Worldwide Shark Bay Western Australia A Arias-Ortiz O Serrano P Masque P Lavery C M Duarte G A Kendrick 3 30 P.M. EC53A-07 Microbial Community Dynamics Community Respiration and Net Community Production in Monterey Bay a Nearshore Upwelling Kelp Forest Environment J Wilson S Y Litvin M Beman Friday 2 00 P.M. B53A Room 225-227 From WOCE through CLIVAR to GO-SHIP Results from Global Repeat Hydrographic Surveys I (joint with CT OD PC PO) Moderators Brendan Carter NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory Richard Feely NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory Toste Tanhua GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 2 00 P.M. B53A-01 Toward a global synthesis of the oceanic carbon sink since the mid 1990s N Gruber D Clement P Landschutzer 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 215 Scientific Program 3 45 P.M. EC53A-08 A Year in the Life of a Central California Kelp Forest Physical and Biological Insights into Carbon Cycling K J Nickols D Koweek P Leary S Y Litvin T Luthin S Lummis D A Mucciarone R B Dunbar T W Bell 2 45 P.M. HE53A-04 Pacific and Atlantic water influence on the Beaufort Sea slope tracked by epifaunal invertebrate biogeography B Bluhm 3 00 P.M. HE53A-05 Consistency of Bottom Fish Communities in the Beaufort Sea Within and Between Years B Norcross B Holladay 3 15 P.M. HE53A-06 Environmental Drivers of Inter-annual Variability in Beaufort Sea Marine Fish Community Structure A Majewski S Atchison J Eert M Dempsey S MacPhee C Michel J Reist 3 30 P.M. HE53A-07 The Influence of Terrestrial Matter in Marine Food Webs of the Beaufort Sea Shelf and Slope L Bell K Iken B Bluhm 3 45 P.M. HE53A-08 Discriminating between natural and anthropogenic features of the sedimentary record in the coastal Beaufort Sea J H Trefry R P Trocine A L Fox S L Fox G Durell J Kasper Friday 2 00 P.M. EC53B Room 222 From Watersheds to Oceans Physical Ecological and Population Models that Cross Boundaries I (joint with B CT ME) Moderators Nils Moosdorf Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) Bremen Eric Danner NOAA Santa Barbara David Huff University of California Santa Cruz Natasha Dimova University of Alabama 2 00 P.M. EC53B-01 MAPPING SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER INPUTS WITH SHORT-LIVED RADIONUCLIDES ALONG THE FRENCH MEDITERRANEAN COAST O Radakovitch C Claude S Cockenpot T C Stieglitz D Delanghe S Gairoard 2 15 P.M. EC53B-02 Upscaling Local Submarine Groundwater Discharge Fluxes to Long Island Sound Using Radionuclides and Thermal Infrared Imagery J Tamborski H J Bokuniewicz J K Cochran D Rogers 2 30 P.M. EC53B-03 Predicting Water Sediment and Nutrient Flux Dynamics to Global Oceans with a Spatially and Temporally Explicit Modeling Framework S Cohen A J Kettner J A Syvitski E Mayorga J Harrison 2 45 P.M. EC53B-04 Submarine Groundwater Discharge to the Continental Shelf in the South Atlantic Bight C George A M Wilson W S Moore S M White E Smoak 3 00 P.M. EC53B-05 Energy dynamics of Chinook salmon as they migrate from rivers to the ocean B Martin J Fiechter R M Nisbet E Danner 3 15 P.M. EC53B-06 Connecting Past to Present and Watersheds to Ocean Modeling 165 Years of Incremental Changes to Flows into the San Francisco Bay Delta System L J MacVean S E Thompson P H Huttom M Sivapalan 3 30 P.M. EC53B-07 Age Tracers and Residence Time in the Hudson River Estuary S A Nadell W R Geyer T Wang 3 45 P.M. EC53B-08 Climatic Variability and Extremes Interacting with Nitrogen Storage Amplify Risks of Coastal Eutrophication M Lee E Shevliakova S Malyshev P C D Milly P R Jaffe C A Stock Friday 2 00 P.M. HE53B Room 215-216 Western Antarctic Seas From Trace Metals to Trophic Levels I (joint with B PC PP) Moderators Jenna Spackeen Virginia Institute of Marine Science College of William & Mary Rachel Sipler Virginia Institute of Marine Science College of William & Mary 2 00 P.M. HE53B-01 Ross Sea Ecosystem Responses to Climatic Changes during the Mid-to-Late Holocene as Indicated by Bulk Stable Isotope Analyses of Antarctic Seals E Brault P L Koch M D McCarthy B L Hall A R Hoelzel A J Welch J W Nye A P Rosenfield 2 15 P.M. HE53B-02 Decadal variability in phytoplankton community structure along the West Antarctic Peninsula O Schofield G Saba T N Miles F Carvalho N Couto 2 30 P.M. HE53B-03 Long-Term Patterns in Production and Export of Fecal Pellets by Krill and Salps along the Western Antarctic Peninsula D K Steinberg K E Ruck J S Cope 2 45 P.M. HE53B-04 Climate-driven Sympatry does not Lead to Foraging Competition Between Ad lie and Gentoo Penguins M A Cimino M A Moline W Fraser D Patterson-Fraser M J Oliver 3 00 P.M. HE53B-05 Project CONVERGE Impacts of local oceanographic processes on Ad lie penguin foraging ecology J T Kohut K S Bernard W Fraser M J Oliver H Statscewich D Patterson-Fraser P Winsor M A Cimino T N Miles 3 15 P.M. HE53B-06 Durophagous Predation by King Crabs on the Continental Slope off Antarctica K Smith R B Aronson B V Steffel J B McClintock M Amsler S Thatje 3 30 P.M. HE53B-07 Meltwater Pathways and Iron Delivery to the Antarctic Coastal Ocean K A Null D R Corbett J Crenshaw R N Peterson L Peterson C S Buck W B Lyons 3 45 P.M. HE53B-08 Effect of increased temperature CO2 and iron on nitrate uptake and primary productivity in the coastal Ross Sea D A Bronk J Spackeen R E Sipler E M Bertrand Q N Roberts K Xu S E Baer J McQuaid Z Zhu N G Walworth D A Hutchins A E Allen Scientific Program Friday 2 00 P.M. HE53A Room 217-219 The Beaufort Sea in Transition Responses to Climate Change and Human Impacts I (joint with B ME PO PP) Moderators John Trefry Florida Institute of Technology Bodil Bluhm University of Tromso Jeremy Kasper University of Alaska Fairbanks 2 00 P.M. HE53A-01 A High-Resolution Model of the Beaufort Sea Circulation K Hedstrom S L Danielson E N Curchitser J F Lemieux J Kasper 2 15 P.M. HE53A-02 Seasonal Variation of the Beaufort Shelfbreak Jet and its Relationship to Arctic Cetacean Occurrence P Lin R S Pickart K Stafford 2 30 P.M. HE53A-03 Beaufort Sea Zooplankton Communities 201014 and Relation to Hydrography C Smoot R R Hopcroft 216 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING Friday 2 00 P.M. HI53A Room RO1 Marine Renewable Energy Resource Characterization Environmental Impacts and Societal Interactions III (joint with EC IS ME PO) Moderators Ann Bull Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Simon Neill Bangor University Zhaoqing Yang Pacific Northwest National Laboratory M Reza Hashemi University of Rhode Island 2 00 P.M. HI53A-01 Evaluating Effects of Marine Energy Devices on the Marine Environment A Risk-Based and In-Water Testing Approach G Harker-Klimes A E Copping 2 15 P.M. HI53A-02 WITHDRAWN Evaluating the Potential for Marine and Hydrokinetic Devices to Act As Artificial Reefs or Fish Aggregating Devices S Kramer P Nelson 2 30 P.M. HI53A-03 Collecting and Analyzing At-Sea and Coastal Avian Data to Assess Potential Effects of Offshore Renewable Energy Development D M Pereksta 2 45 P.M. HI53A-04 Lesson learned from monitoring the environmental effects of construction of the first offshore wind farm in the US J H Miller G R Potty J W King D R Gallien A A Khan K Vigness Raposa J L Giard A S Frankel T Mason A N Popper A D Hawkins S E Crocker 3 00 P.M. HI53A-05 Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion The Potential Impact of Bottom Water Discharge at Subsurface on Microphytoplankton in the Caribbean Sea D de la Broise M Giraud V Garcon M Boye 3 15 P.M. HI53A-06 Does EMF Emitted from In Situ Subsea Power Cables Affect the Composition of Deep Benthic Fish and Invertebrate Communities A S Bull M Nishimoto M Love D M Schroeder 3 30 P.M. HI53A-07 Impacts of an underwater high voltage DC power cable on fish migration movements in the San Francisco Bay M T Wyman R Kavet A P Klimley 3 45 P.M. HI53A-08 POTENTIAL IMPACT OF SUBMARINE POWER CABLES ON CRAB HARVEST A S Bull M Nishimoto R P Rodgers D C Podgorski P Z Ray A M McKenna H Chen A C Clingenpeel S M Rowland 3 00 P.M. HI53B-05 New metabolic insights into the microbial degradation of seawater-soluble crude oil components Y Liu E B Kujawinski H White R Simister S Lyons 3 15 P.M. HI53B-06 Not all oils photodegrade equally The dependence of petroleum composition on photochemical production of hydroxyl radical and singlet oxygen P Z Ray M A Tarr D C Podgorski 3 30 P.M. HI53B-07 Tracking Macondo Oil in the Marsh Sampling directly via sediment and indirectly via ants L M Hooper-Bui E B Overton 3 45 P.M. HI53B-08 Carbon Composition of Particulate Organic Carbon in the Gulf of Mexico K Rogers J P Montoya S Weber S Bosman J Chanton Friday 2 00 P.M. IS53A Room RO4 Innovative and Emerging Research Technologies with High Impact for Marine Sciences I (joint with OD O) Moderators Allison Miller Schmidt Ocean Institute Leonard Pace Schmidt Ocean Institute Victor Zykov Schmidt Ocean Institute 2 00 P.M. IS53A-01 FluidCam 1&2 - UAV-based Fluid Lensing Instruments for High-Resolution 3D Subaqueous Imaging and Automated Remote Biosphere Assessment of Reef Ecosystems V Chirayath R Instrella 2 15 P.M. IS53A-02 Determine Age-structure of Gelatinous Zooplankton Using Optical Coherence Tomography H Bi S Shahrestani Y He 2 30 P.M. IS53A-03 Developing an Automated Machine Learning Marine Oil Spill Detection System with Synthetic Aperture Radar J C Pinales H C Graber J Hargrove M J Caruso 2 45 P.M. IS53A-04 INTRODUCING THE MODULAR AUTONOMOUS BIOSAMPLER (MAB) DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL MULTI-PLATFORM SYSTEM FOR HIGH SAMPLE DISCRETE SIZE-CLASS BIOLOGICAL SAMPLING A C Trembanis C Cary D Clarke T Crees E Jackson Friday 2 00 P.M. HI53B Room RO5 Research Findings and Challenges in Oil Spill Organic Geochemistry Studies I (joint with ME) Moderators Beizhan Yan Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Edward Overton Louisiana State University Christoph Aeppli Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences 2 00 P.M. HI53B-01 Weathering Patterns of Forensic Biomarker Compounds and PAHs in Coastal Marsh Sediment Samples since the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill E B Overton B Meyer S Miles G Olson P L Adhikari 2 15 P.M. HI53B-02 Persistent Alaska North Slope crude oil a quarter century of weathering M G Carls L Holland G V Irvine D H Mann M Lindeberg 2 30 P.M. HI53B-03 Using Ramped Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry to Evaluate Petroleum Hydrocarbons Following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill M Evans B E Rosenheim H P Bacosa J Liu Z Liu 2 45 P.M. HI53B-04 Oil Oxidative Transformation Products Revealed by Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry 3 15 P.M. IS53A-06 Collaborative Visual Seafloor Imaging using a Photographic AUV and a Lagrangian Imaging Float A Friedman O Pizarro C Roman L Toohey W Snyder M Johnson-Roberson E Iscar S B Williams 3 30 P.M. IS53A-07 Wide Area 3D Visual Reconstructions to Survey the Distribution of Macrobenthos in Deep-sea Hydrothermal Vent Systems B Thornton A Bodenmann R Nakajima S B Williams O Pizarro K Takai 3 45 P.M. IS53A-08 The use of Saildrones as Long Endurance Ocean Research Platforms in Remote and Extreme Environments. R Jenkins D Peacock E Jones 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 217 Scientific Program 3 00 P.M. IS53A-05 Experimental Design Considerations in Measuring pH for the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE Competition to Improve pH-sensing Technologies R R Okazaki A Sutton R A Feely A G Dickson S R Alin C L Sabine P M E Bunge J I Virmani Friday 2 00 P.M. ME53A Room RO2 Frontiers in Ocean Color Remote Sensing Science and Challenges III (joint with B EC IS PP) Moderators Antonio Mannino NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Emmanuel Boss University of Maine 2 00 P.M. ME53A-01 Applications of Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI) observations Y J Park 2 15 P.M. ME53A-02 Diurnal Variations of Optical Properties of Four Species of Oceanic Phytoplankton and their Co-Varying Variables C Poulin Y Huot 2 30 P.M. ME53A-03 Time-Series Hyperspectral and Multi-spectral Radiometric Measurements at the Martha s Vineyard Coastal Observatory S E Lohrenz H M Sosik E T Crockford S Chakraborty 2 45 P.M. ME53A-04 WITHDRAWN Thinking Outside of the Blue Marble Novel Ocean Applications Using the VIIRS Sensor R A Vandermeulen R Arnone L Chiaverano I M Soto Ramos 3 00 P.M. ME53A-05 WITHDRAWN Atmospheric Correction Based on Principal Component Analysis in Highly Turbid Waters of the R o de la Plata Estuary J I Gossn R Frouin A I Dogliotti F M Grings 3 15 P.M. ME53A-06 REVISITING SWIR-BASED ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION OVER COASTAL WATERS A RADIOMETRIC ANALYSIS N Pahlevan J C Roger 3 30 P.M. ME53A-07 Coastal and Inland Water Applications of High Resolution Optical Satellite Data from Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 Q Vanhellemont 3 45 P.M. ME53A-08 Impact of the pixel size on the estimation of the marine reflectance C Jamet H Loisel 3 30 P.M. ME53B-07 Phytoplankton functional diversity increases ecosystem productivity and stability S M Vallina P Cermeno S Dutkiewicz M Loreau J Montoya 3 45 P.M. ME53B-08 Phytoplankton Species Richness Increases Marine Primary Productivity through Selection Effect P Cermeno Friday 2 00 P.M. PC53A Room 211-213 U.S. CLIVAR Session on Oceanic Heat Uptake Earth s Energy Imbalance and the Global Warming Hiatus I (joint with A PO) Moderators Patrick Heimbach University of Texas at Austin XiaoHai Yan Univ Delaware Aaron Donohoe Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington Felix Landerer NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2 00 P.M. PC53A-01 Earth s energy imbalance and the global warming hiatus insights from climate models and ocean reanalyses M D Palmer C D Roberts D J McNeall 2 15 P.M. PC53A-02 Robust non-local effects of ocean heat uptake on radiative feedback and subtropical cloud cover B E J Rose 2 30 P.M. PC53A-03 Understanding Patterns of Ocean Heat Content Change on Decadal Timescales Using a Global Ocean State Estimate R M Ponte C G Piecuch P Heimbach X Liang G Forget 2 45 P.M. PC53A-04 Observed decadal ocean warming (2005-2014) and its contribution to the top-of-the-atmosphere energy budget W Llovel L Terray 3 00 P.M. PC53A-05 Determining Causation of Hiatuses in a Large Ensemble C Hedemann J Marotzke T Mauritsen J H Jungclaus 3 15 P.M. PC53A-06 Informing Deep Argo Array Design Using Argo and Full-Depth Hydrographic Section Data G C Johnson J M Lyman S Purkey 3 30 P.M. PC53A-07 Atlantic Induced Pan-tropical Climate Variability in the Upper-ocean and Atmosphere X Li S P Xie S T Gille C Yoo 3 45 P.M. PC53A-08 A Lagrangian Analysis of Heat Uptake in the Tropical and Subtropical Atlantic During the Global Warming Hiatus N Ramesh R Seager M A Cane R Abernathey Friday 2 00 P.M. ME53B Room RO3 Plankton Diversity Patterns Processes and Methods III (joint with B MM PO PP) Moderators Sergio Vallina Instituto de Ciencias del Mar Pedro Cermeno Instituto de Ciencias del Mar Scientific Program 2 00 P.M. ME53B-01 Declines in Both Redundant and Trace Species Characterize the Latitudinal Diversity Gradient in Tintinnid Ciliates of the Microzooplankton J R Dolan E J Yang 2 15 P.M. ME53B-02 Ecological equivalence of species within phytoplankton functional types A J Irwin C Mutshinda Z Finkel C E Widdicombe 2 30 P.M. ME53B-03 Global shifts in phytoplankton community size structure in response to environmental controls A Barnett C B Mouw 2 45 P.M. ME53B-04 Minimal Similarity between Biogeographic Patterns of Morphological Disparity and Taxonomic Richness in Extant Coccolithophores M Villarosa Garcia 3 00 P.M. ME53B-05 Resolving Microzooplankton Functional Groups In A Size-Structured Planktonic Model D Taniguchi S Dutkiewicz M J Follows O Jahn S Menden-Deuer 3 15 P.M. ME53B-06 Modeling the Effects of Trait Diversity on Short-term Adaptive Capacity and Long-term Productivity of Phytoplankton Communities S L Smith S M Vallina A Merico Friday 2 00 P.M. PO53A Room 203-205 Climate Trends Hydrographic Variability Circulation and Air-Land-Sea Interactions in the Marginal Seas of the North Atlantic II (joint with A EC ME PC) Moderators Igor Yashayaev Bedford Institute of Oceanography Alexander Yankovsky University of South Carolina Columbia 2 00 P.M. PO53A-01 Ocean response to decadal shifts in the air-sea interaction over the North Atlantic E K Demirov T Hauser 2 15 P.M. PO53A-02 Pathways of Atlantic Subpolar Heat Uptake B A Klinger O A Garuba 2 30 P.M. PO53A-03 The spreading of Labrador Sea Water from the Labrador Sea to the Newfoundland Basin D Kieke K Jochumsen L Schneider I Yashayaev B J W Greenan N Serra E Colbourne M Rhein E Varotsou R Steinfeldt 2 45 P.M. PO53A-04 Impact of Changing Boundary Current Properties on Deep Water Formation in the Central Labrador Sea R Gelderloos R C Frew H L Johnson 218 2016 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING 3 00 P.M. PO53A-05 Observations and causes of hydrographic variability in den deep western boundary current at the exit of the Labrador Se J Karstensen T Baumann J Fischer M Visbeck R Zantopp 3 15 P.M. PO53A-06 Observations of circulation and transport in the northwestern subpolar North Atlantic C Mertens M Rhein M Walter D Kieke R Steinfeldt 3 30 P.M. PO53A-07 Validation and Analysis of Ocean Variability in the North Atlantic Subpolar Gyre Simulated by a High-resolution CONCEPTS Regional Model S Higginson J P Paquin Y Lu F J M Davidson F Dupont G Smith 3 45 P.M. PO53A-08 Eddy-induced Temperature Exchange between the Subpolar and the Subtropical Gyre of the North Atlantic P G Myers V M ller D Kieke C Mertens 2 15 P.M. PO53C-02 Inverse Regional Modeling with Adjoint-Free Technique M Yaremchuk P Martin G Panteleev C Beattie 2 30 P.M. PO53C-03 Quantifying the Impacts of Initial and Wind Forcing Uncertainties on Oceanic ForecastUncertainties in the Gulf of Mexico M Iskandarani G Li M Le Henaff J Winokur O P Le Maitre O M Knio 2 45 P.M. PO53C-04 Comparison of Data Assimilation for Biogeochemical Ocean Models of Different Complexities -- an Example Using Joint Physical-Biological Assimilation for a 3D Regional Model J P Mattern H Song C A Edwards A M Moore J Fiechter 3 00 P.M. PO53C-05 Multiscale Data Assimilation for Very High Resolution Models Z Li J C McWilliams K Ide 3 15 P.M. PO53C-06 Assimilation of High-Density Low-Precision GNSS-R Altimetry Observations to Constrain Simulations of the Ocean Circulation - Impact on SSH and Subsurface Processes J Saynisch M Semmling J Wickert M Thomas 3 30 P.M. PO53C-07 Bayesian estimation of observation error covariance matrix in the equatorial Pacific G Ueno 3 45 P.M. PO53C-08 A Comparison of Linear and Non-linear Data Assimilation Methods Using the NEMO Ocean Model L Nerger P Kirchgessner J Toedter B Ahrens Friday 2 00 P.M. PO53B Room 208-209 Coastal Seas and Deep Ocean Connections Observing and Modeling for Process and Climate Studies V (joint with A EC IS OD) Moderators Bernadette Sloyan CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Hobart Christopher Edwards University of California Santa Cruz Xiaopei Lin Ocean University of China 2 00 P.M. PO53B-01 The origin of mean flows on Western Boundary continental shelves such as the Mid-Atlantic Bight J M Pringle 2 15 P.M. PO53B-02 Impact of Mesoscale Eddies on Kuroshio Intrusion Variations at Northeast of Taiwan Y Yin X Lin R He 2 30 P.M. PO53B-03 Gulf Stream s Induced Variations in Coastal Sea Level Can the Same Mechanism Work From Daily to Decadal TimeScales T Ezer 2 45 P.M. PO53B-04 Mechanism of interannual to decadal sea level variability along the Japanese coast N Usui K Ogawa T Yasuda N Hirose T Kuragano 3 00 P.M. PO53B-05 A Future View of Ocean-Shelf Exchange and Shelf-Scale Circulation on the NW European Continental Shelf S Wakelin J T Holt J Polton J Huthnance J Harle E O Dea J Siddorn 3 15 P.M. PO53B-06 The Response of Western Boundary Currents to Intensifying Global Winds L M Beal S Elipot 3 30 P.M. PO53B-07 WITHDRAWN Downscaling Future Changes of the Global Warming Hot Spots in the Western Boundary Current Systems X Zhang 3 45 P.M. PO53B-08 The Global Coast A View from the Open Ocean H Brix D Menemenlis Friday 2 00 P.M. PO53D Room 228-230 Observing and Predicting Historic and Future Surface and Internal Tides I (joint with EC PC) Moderators Maarten Buijsman University of Southern Mississippi Brian Arbic University of Michigan Ann Arbor Stefan Talke Portland State University Zhongxiang Zhao University of Washington 2 00 P.M. PO53D-01 Geography and Dynamics of Small-scale Coastal and Internal Tides from Exact Repeat and Geodetic Mission Altimetry E Zaron R D Ray 2 15 P.M. PO53D-02 Scattering of an obliquely incident mode-one internal tide off a continental shelf and slope J A Lerczak 2 30 P.M. PO53D-03 Internal gravity wave contributions to global sea surface variability A Savage B K Arbic J G Richman J F Shriver M C Buijsman L Zamudio A J Wallcraft H Sharma 2 45 P.M. PO53D-04 Disentangling Nonlinear and Nonstationary River-Tide Dynamics with CWT_Multi D A Jay S A Talke 3 00 P.M. PO53D-05 Determining Internal Wave Energy Flux from Density Perturbation Measurements H L Swinney M Allshouse F M M Lee P Morrison 3 15 P.M. PO53D-06 Prediction of Surface M2 Tidal Currents by a Global Ocean Model and Evaluation Using Observed Drifter Trajectories T Kodaira K R Thompson N B Bernier 3 30 P.M. PO53D-07 On improving the accuracy of the M2 barotropic tides embedded in a high-resolution global ocean circulation model H Ngodock A J Wallcraft I Souopgui J G Richman J F Shriver B K Arbic 3 45 P.M. PO53D-08 Contamination of the Pelagic Linear Barotropic Tides by Nonlinear Barotropic Tides D S Luther M D Guiles A D Chave Friday 2 00 P.M. PO53C Room 207 Developments and Ocean Applications of Data Assimilation Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analyses III (joint with OD PC O) Moderators Ibrahim Hoteit King Abdullah University of Science and Technology M