SS2.05 The Effect of Turbulence on Pelagic and Benthic Organisms

Session Organizer(s):
Thomas, Kiorboe
Danish Fisheries Institute
tk@dfu.min.dk

Joe, Ackerman
University of Guelph
ackerman@uoguelph.ca

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Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Location: 316 A

10:15 AM
Visser, A W TURBULENCE AND PLANKTON IN THE MARINE PELAGIC ENVIRONMENT

10:45 AM
Rothschild, B J ; Lanerolle, L W ; Yeung, P K MODULATION OF OCEAN PRODUCTIVITY BY SMALL-SCALE TURBULENT FLOW

11:00 AM
Sharples, J ; Holligan, P M ; Simpson, J H ; Rippeth, T P SRING-NEAP PULSES OF PRODUCTION AND EXPORT IN THE SUBSURFACE CHLOROPHYLL MAXIMUM (SCM).

11:15 AM
Fabian, H ; Hesse, K J ; Staginnus, D EFFECTS OF SMALL-SCALE GRID TURBULENCE ON A TOXIC STRAIN OF ALEXANDRIUM FUNDYENSE

11:30 AM
Pécseli, H L ; Mann, J ; Ott, S ; Trulsen, J PREDATOR-PREY ENCOUNTERS IN TURBULENT WATERS

11:45 AM
Waggett, R J ; Buskey, E J COPEPOD SENSITIVITY TO FLOW FIELDS: CAN COPEPODS DETECT FLOW-GENERATING PREDATORS?

1:30 PM
Siegel, D A ; Kinlan, B P ; Gaylord, B ; Gaines, S D LAGRANGIAN DESCRIPTIONS OF MARINE LARVAL DISPERSION

1:45 PM
Newby, S G TURBULENCE, PREDATORS, AND THE TRANSPORT OF JUVENILE ATLANTIC SURFCLAMS, SPISULA SOLIDISSIMA

2:00 PM
Wuest, A J ; Lorke, A ; Mueller, B ; Maerki, M BOTTOM BOUNDARY LAYER STRUCTURES IN STRATIFIED WATERS: ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF PERIODIC AND LOW FLOW

2:15 PM
Ackerman, J D THE EFFECT OF TURBULENCE ON THE ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF BENTHIC ORGANISMS

2:30 PM
Thomas , F I ; Bell, S S A MACROALGAE TO SEAGRASS SHIFT IN A BENTHIC CANOPY: EFFECTS ON TURBULENCE, NUTRIENT EXCHANGE, AND INVERTEBRATE POPULATIONS

2:45 PM
Kregting, L T ; Stevens, C L ; Pilditch, C A ; Hurd, C L ; Cornelisen, C D THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TURBULENT FLOW AND THE CANOPY OF THE RED ALGA ADAMSIELLA CHAUVINN

3:30 PM
Genin, A ; Monismith, S G ; Yahel, G ; Reidenbach, M A ; Koseff, J R INTENSE PHYTOPLANKTON GRAZING IN CORAL REEFS SUSTAINED BY STRONG TURBULENCE OVER ROUGH BOTTOM TOPOGRAPHY

3:45 PM
van Duren, L A ; Petersen, J K ; Wiles, P J ; Haese, C THE INFLUENCE OF TURBULENT MIXING ON MUSSEL FOOD SUPPLY – IS THE ANSWER BLOWING IN THE WIND OR GOING WITH THE TIDAL FLOW?

4:00 PM
Carrington, E PREDICTING DISTURBANCE TO MUSSEL BEDS ON TURBULENT ROCKY SHORES: PUTTING THE BIOLOGY IN BIOMECHANICS

4:15 PM
O'Donnell, M J SMALL-SCALE VARIATION IN HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES ON WAVE-SWEPT ROCKY SHORES

4:30 PM
Wolcott, B D CONSEQUENCES OF SEASONAL PATTERNS OF WAVE EXPOSURE IN THE SIZE AND REPRODUCTION OF AN INTERTIDAL SEAWEED

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:30 PM
Hepburn, C ; Holborow, J ; Hurd, C L ; Wing, S R ; Frew, R SEASONAL MASS-TRANSPORT LIMITED GROWTH OF THE GIANT KELP MACROCYSTIS PYRIFERA

4:30 PM
Katano, T ; Kanzaki, N ; Takeoka, H ; Nakano, S EFFECTS OF BOTTOM INTRUSION AND KYUCHO ON PHYTOPLANKTON ABUNDANCE AND COMPOSITION IN THE UWA SEA

4:30 PM
Strother, J A ; Koehl, M ; Reidenbach, M A ; Koseff, J R ; Hadfield, M G EFFECTS OF TURBULENCE AND BEHAVIOR ON LARVAL SETTLEMENT IN WAVE-DRIVEN FLOW

4:30 PM
Holm, H E ; Kjerfve, B ; Heyman, W ; Requena, N HORIZONTAL DISPERSION OF EGGS OF CUBERA SNAPPER, LUTJANUS CYANOPTERUS, AT A REEF PROMONTORY IN BELIZE

 
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