SS10.01 Webs and Scales

Session Organizer(s):
G.-A., Paffenhofer
Skidway Institute of Oceanography
cmp@skio.peachnet.edu

C.B., Miller
Oregon State University
cmiller@coas.oregonstate.edu

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Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Location: 314

10:15 AM
Checkley, Jr., D M INTRODUCING MIKE MULLIN

10:45 AM
Paffenhofer, G A FROM SMALL SCALES TO THE BIG PICTURE

11:00 AM
Strickler, J R GRAVITY AND PLANKTONIC COPEPODS: TO BE NEUTRALLY BUOYANT IS THE WORST

11:15 AM
Lee, R F ROLE OF STORAGE LIPID DURING MARINE ZOOPLANKTON REPRODUCTION

11:30 AM
Müller-Navarra, D C ROLE OF BIOCHEMICALS IN ZOOPLANKTON NUTRITION: CONCEPTS, METHODS AND THEIR LIMITATIONS

11:45 AM
Koski, M ; Kiørboe, T ; Takahashi, K FEEDING AND AGGREGATE COLONISATION OF HARPACTICID COPEPODS MICROSETELLA NORWEGICA AND AMONARDIA NORMANI

1:30 PM
Goetze, E GENE FLOW AND HABITAT PREFERENCE IN TWO CRYPTIC CIRCUMGLOBAL COPEPOD SPECIES, EUCALANUS HYALINUS 1 AND 2

1:45 PM
Olsen, S N ; Andersen, P W ; Hansen, B W REAL-TIME QUANTIFICATION OF MICROBIAL DEGRADATION OF COPEPOD FECAL PELLETS BY ISOTHERMAL MICROCALORIMETRY

2:00 PM
Thuesen, E V PHYSIOLOGICAL, BEHAVIORAL AND MOLECULAR RESPONSES OF GELATINOUS ZOOPLANKTON TO HYPOXIA

2:15 PM
Gibson, D M ; Kremer, P CLEARANCE RATES OF SALPA ASPERA

2:30 PM
Poulsen, L K ; Kiorboe, T COPROPHAGY IN COPEPODS AND IN A NATURAL ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY

2:45 PM
Saumweber, W J ; Durbin, E G A NEW RESPIRATION MODEL FOR DIAPAUSING CALANUS FINMARCHICUS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SURVIVAL IN THE GULF OF MAINE

3:30 PM
Jónasdóttir, S H ; Hansen, K E ; Trung, N H ; Gartner, S PHYTOPLANKTON, FATTY ACIDS AND SECONDARY PRODUCTION OF DOMINANT COPEPOD SPECIES IN THE NORTH SEA.

3:45 PM
Silver, M W ; Brodie, E ; Gulland, F M TRACING FOOD WEB CONNECTIONS WITH A PHYCOTOXIN: THE CASE OF DOMOIC ACID

4:00 PM
Halsband-Lenk, C ; Pierson, J J ; Frost, B W REPRODUCTION AND RECRUITMENT OF CALANUS PACIFICUS AND PSEUDOCALANUS NEWMANI DURING TWO PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS IN DABOB BAY, PUGET SOUND (WA)

4:15 PM
Pierson, J J ; Leising, A W ; Frost, B W ; Horner, R A ; Postel, J R ; Halsband-Lenk, C SPECIES-SPECIFIC GRAZING BY CALANUS PACIFICUS AND PSEUDOCALANUS NEWMANI DURING PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS IN DABOB BAY, PUGET SOUND (WA)

4:30 PM
Lester , K M ; Vargo, G A ; Walsh, J J ; Heil, C A ; Neely, M B ; Spence, D A ; Murasko, S M ; Sutton , T D ; Burghart, S E ; Remsen, A D INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ZOOPLANKTON AND KARENIA BREVIS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

Date: Thursday, February 19, 2004

Location: 314

10:15 AM
Turner, J T ; Ianora, A ; Esposito, F ; Carotenuto, Y ; d'Ippolito, G ; Romano, G ; Fontana, A ; Guisande, C ; Miralto, A COPEPOD EGG PRODUCTION AND EGG HATCHING SUCCESS IS REDUCED BY MATERNAL DIETS OF A NON-TOXIC STRAIN OF THE DINOFLAGELLATE ALEXANDRIUM TAMARENSE

10:30 AM
Bi, H ; Benfield, M C MORTALITY OF THE COPEPOD CLAUSOCALANUS FURCATUS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

10:45 AM
Vance, P M ; Peterson, W T ONTOGENETIC AND OCEANOGRAPHIC EFFECTS ON THE ONSET AND MAGNITUDE OF DIEL VERTICAL MIGRATION OF THE EUPHAUSIID, EUPHAUSIA PACIFICA.

11:00 AM
Yen, J ; Brown, J WAKE SIGNATURES OF FREELY SWIMMING PLANKTON

11:15 AM
Shaw, C T ; Feinberg, L R ; Peterson, W T MOULTING AND GROWTH RATES OF TWO SPECIES OF EUPHAUSIIDS OFF THE OREGON COAST: SEASONAL, SPATIAL AND LIFE STAGE DIFFERENCES

11:30 AM
Feinberg, L R ; Shaw, C T ; Peterson, W T LONG-TERM LABORATORY OBSERVATIONS OF EUPHAUSIA PACIFICA FECUNDITY: A COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATIONS.

11:45 AM
Kremer, P ; Gibson, D M ESTIMATING GROWTH RATES AND GENERATION TIMES FROM MEASUREMENTS OF FEEDING, DEFECATION AND METABOLISM: DOES THE WHOLE EQUAL THE SUM OF THE PARTS?

1:30 PM
Thor, P ; Koski, M ; Tang, K W ; Colin, S P ; Selander, E ; Jonasdottir, S H INFLUENCE OF COPEPOD ABSORPTION EFFICIENCY ON PELAGIC ORGANIC MATTER FLUX

1:45 PM
Leising, A W EFFECTS OF INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY ON THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF A DOMINANT CALIFORNIA CURRENT COPEPOD: APPLICATION OF AN INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODEL

2:00 PM
Welschmeyer, N A A C-14 BASED METHOD FOR DETERMINING MICROZOOPLANKTON GRAZING RATES

2:15 PM
Landry, M R ; Calbet, A MICROZOOPLANKTON ROLES AND RATES IN MARINE FOOD WEBS

2:30 PM
Sherr, B ; Sherr, E MICROZOOPLANKTON AS A FOOD RESOURCE FOR MESOZOOPLANKTON

2:45 PM
Liu, H ; Dagg, M J EFFECTS OF ZOOPLANKTON (COPEPODS) GRAZING ON MICROBIAL FOODWEB STRUCTURE: STUDIES CONDUCTED IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER PLUME AND IN THE COASTAL GULF OF ALASKA

3:30 PM
Jakobsen, H H ; Strom, S ; Strom, S IMPLICATIONS OF CIRCADIAN CYCLES IN HETEROTROPHIC PROTISTS

3:45 PM
Mazzocchi, M G ; Paffenhöfer, G A THE ROLE OF OITHONIDS AND ONCAEIDS IN SUBTROPICAL/TROPICAL FOOD WEBS

4:00 PM
Le Borgne, R ; Landry, M R ; Brown, S L ; Champalbert, G ; Gaudy, R ; Le Bouteiller, A THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC UPWELLING PLANKTONIC FOOD-WEB: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING

4:15 PM
Fulmer, J H ; Bollens, S M THE POPULATION BIOLOGY OF THE CHAETOGNATH, SAGITTA ELEGANS, IN DABOB BAY, WA, AS MEDIATED BY DIATOM-COPEPOD INTERACTIONS

4:30 PM
Deibel, D ; Businski, T PELAGIC TUNICATES: CONSUMERS AND CONSUMED

Date: Friday, February 20, 2004

Location: 314

8:30 AM
Dam, H G ; McManus, G B ; Smith, A N MESOZOOPLANKTON-INDUCED TROPHIC CASCADE EFFECT ON PICOPLANKTON IN THE NORTHEAST ATLANTIC

8:45 AM
Jiang, H ; Paffenhöfer, G A RELATION OF BEHAVIOR OF COPEPOD JUVENILES TO POTENTIAL PREDATION BY OMNIVOROUS COPEPODS: AN EMPIRICAL-MODELING STUDY

9:00 AM
Tönnesson, K ; Tiselius, P FEEDING OF CARNIVOROUS ZOOPLANKTON IN THE SKAGERRAK DURING TWO SEASONS

9:15 AM
Durbin, E G ; Casas, M C SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF COPEPODS ON GEORGES BANK IS CONTROLLED BY PHYSICAL PROCESSES AND LIFE HISTORY CHARACTERISTICS.

9:30 AM
Towanda, T ; Thuesen, E V THE SYMBIOTIC ASSOCIATION OF THE GRACEFUL CRAB (CANCER GRACILIS) AND THE FRIED EGG JELLYFISH (PHACELLOPHORA CAMTSCHATICA) IN PUGET SOUND

10:15 AM
Taylor, L E ; Shellito, S M ; Jumars, P A SPATIAL COHERENCE OF ESTUARINE EMERGENCE PATTERNS

10:30 AM
Strzelecki,, J ; Koslow, , A J ; Ashrafi, B ; Muhling, B ; Paterson, H ; Pearce, A ; Pesant, S ZOOPLANKTON DISTRIBUTION IN COASTAL AND OCEANIC WATERS IN THE INDIAN OCEAN OFF SOUTH WEST OF AUSTRALIA.

10:45 AM
Sato, R ; Dagg, M J DISTRIBUTION, SPECIES COMPOSITION AND PRODUCTION OF APPENDICULARIANS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

11:00 AM
Pieper, R E ; Holliday, D V ; Greenlaw, C F ; McGehee, D E MEASURING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SCALES OF ZOOPLANKTON DISTRIBUTIONS USING HIGH-FREQUENCY ACOUSTICS: METHODS, BENEFITS AND LIMITS

11:15 AM
Kleppel, G S ; Paerl, H W IMPLICATIONS OF TEMPORAL, SPATIAL AND NUTRITIONAL VARIABILITY TO PLANKTON COMMUNITY FUNCTION IN PAMLICO SOUND, NORTH CAROLINA

11:30 AM
Head, E J EXCEPTIONAL HADDOCK RECRUITMENT ON THE SCOTIAN SHELF: CAN A MISMATCH BE BETTER THAN A MATCH?

11:45 AM
Donaghay, P L ; Holliday, D V ; Rines, J E ; Sullivan, J M MECHANISMS CONTROLLING THE DYNAMICS AND IMPACTS OF THIN LAYERS

Date: T,W,Th, February 17-19, 2004

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

11:45 AM
Sommer, F ; Sommer, U LOW NITROGEN STABLE ISOTOPE SIGNALS OF SUMMER ZOOPLANKTON IN THE BALTIC SEA: AMMONIA RECYCLING OR TRANSFER OF DIAZOTROPHIC NITROGEN?

11:45 AM
Suchman, C L ; Brodeur, R D ; Krutzikowsky, G K DISTRIBUTION OF LARGE MEDUSAE OFF THE COASTS OF WASHINGTON AND OREGON, USA: SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

11:45 AM
Burdick, D ; Rodrigues, G ; Hartline, D K ; Lenz, P H QUANTITATIVE DIFFERENCES IN ESCAPE PERFORMANCE IN CALANOID COPEPODS

11:45 AM
Rose, J M ; Caron, D A ; Vora, N M ; Gast, R J ; Moran, D M EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND FOOD TYPE ON THE GROWTH OF AN ANTARCTIC NANOFLAGELLATE

11:45 AM
Ozaki, K ; Uye, S ; Kusumoto, T ; Hagino, T INTERANNUAL CHANGES IN THE SEASONAL AND REGIONAL POPULATION OCCURRENCE OF CALANUS SINICUS IN THE KII CHANNEL, THE PACIFIC SHELF WATER OF SOUTHWESTERN JAPAN

11:45 AM
Pinchuk, A I ; Hopcroft, R R ; Coyle, K O GROWTH RATES OF EUPHAUSIIDS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF ALASKA IN 2001-2003

11:45 AM
Fredrickson, K A ; Strom, S L BETA-DIMETHYLSULFONIOPROPIONATE (DMSP) AS A GRAZING DETERRENT IN COASTAL PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES

11:45 AM
Byrd, A G ; Hopcroft, R R ; Coyle, K O ABUNDANCE, BIOMASS AND PRODUCTION OF OITHONA SIMILIS IN THE GULF OF ALASKA.

11:45 AM
Hunt, G L ; Stabeno, P J ; Napp, J M ; Sambrotto, R BERING ECOSYSTEM STUDY PROGRAM (BEST)

11:45 AM
Peters, J ; Dutz, J ; Renz, J ; Hagen, W REGIONAL AND SEASONAL CHANGES IN THE FOOD QUALITY OF SESTON AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR LIPIDS AND PRODUCTION OF COPEPODS IN THE BALTIC SEA

11:45 AM
Takahashi , K ; Kuwata, A ; Saito, H SEASONAL VARIATION OF IN SITU GRAZING RATE OF THE COPEPOD COMMUNITY IN THE OYASHIO RIGION OF THE SUBARCTIC PACIFIC OCEAN

11:45 AM
Sherlock, R E ; Robison, B H ; Schlining, K L FREE SWIMMING AND PREGNANT: THE FATE OF THE GIANT LARVACEAN?

11:45 AM
Slater, L M ; Hopcroft, R R DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH RATES OF THE COPEPOD CENTROPAGES ABDOMINALIS IN THE SUBARCTIC PACIFIC

11:45 AM
Adamik, P ; Gallager, S M ; Horgan, E F ; Madin, L P ; Govindarajan, A ; Alatalo, P THE EFFECT OF TURBULENCE ON THE FEEDING RATE OF A PELAGIC PREDATOR: THE PLANKTONIC HYDROID CLYTIA GRACILIS

11:45 AM
Drazen, J C ; Reisenbichler, K R ; Robison, B H A COMPARISON OF ASSIMILATION EFFICIENCIES BETWEEN SHALLOW AND DEEP LIVING FISHES

 
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