SS2.08 Development of Coupled Models and Biological Sampling Strategies to Improve Prediction

Session Organizer(s):
Paul, Snelgrove
Memorial University of Newfoudland
psnelgro@mun.ca

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 323 B

10:30 AM
Pepin, P OF SHIPS, NETS AND OCEAN CURRENTS: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF TRANSPORT IN UNDERSTANDING THE DISTRIBUTION AND POPULATION DYNAMICS OF PLANKTON

11:00 AM
Richards, K J THE IMPACT OF PATCHINESS ON THE DYNAMICS OF THE MARINE ECOSYSTEM

11:15 AM
Curtis, K A ; Checkley, D M ; Powell, J CONNECTING DIMENSIONS: THE CHALLENGE OF HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL SAMPLING OF PELAGIC FISH EGGS

11:30 AM
Hernandez, F J ; Hare, J A ; Govoni, J J DIEL MODELS OF LARVAL FISH VERTICAL DISTRIBUTIONS IN STRATIFIED-HYPOXIC VS. WELL-MIXED WATERS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO

11:45 AM
Hans-Harald Hinrichsen, H H ; Christian Möllmann, C ; Rüdiger Voss, R ; Friedrich Wilhelm Köster, F W ; Gerd Kraus, G ; Georgs Kornilovs, G ; Frank Hansen, F BIOPHYSICAL MODELLING OF BALTIC COD LARVAL GROWTH AND SURVIVAL AND ITS USE FOR RECRUITMENT PREDICTION

1:30 PM
Parada, C E ; Hinckley, S ; Mullon, C ; Fréon, P TWO BIOPHYSICAL COUPLED MODELS OF RECRUITMENT VARIABILITY: LEVEL OF COMPLEXITY OF PROCESSES MODELLED, USE OF DATA AND PREDICTIVE VALUE OF THE MODELS

1:45 PM
Janssen, J ; Beletsky, D ; Dettmers, J M ; Schwab, D J ; McCormick, M ; Mason, D M ; Jude, D J ; Clapp, D F ; Rutherford, E ; Vanderploeg, H A LAKE MICHIGAN YELLOW PERCH: A POND FISH’S RECRUITMENT CHALLENGES IN A MESO-OCEANIC ENVIRONMENT

2:00 PM
Sentchev, A ; Korotenko, K A ; Seuront, L EFFECT OF TIDES AND FRONTAL SCALE PROCESSES ON ICHTYOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES AND PHYTOPLANKTON DYNAMICS IN THE EASTERN ENGLISH CHANNEL: OBSERVATIONS AND MODELING

2:15 PM
Snelgrove, P V ; Pepin, P ; de Young, B ; Helbig, J TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PERSISTENCE OF ICHTHYOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES: THE ROLES OF ADVECTION, DIFFUSION AND BEHAVIOR

2:30 PM
Ma, H ; Grassle, J P CROSS-SHELF CIRCULATION AND TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PATCHINESS IN LARVAL BIVALVE SUPPLY AND SETTLEMENT ON THE INNER CONTINENTAL SHELF OF THE MID-ATLANTIC BIGHT

2:45 PM
Carr, S D ; Hench, J L ; Luettich, R A ; Forward, R B PREDICTING OVIGEROUS BLUE CRAB MIGRATORY TRAJECTORIES AND LARVAL RELEASE LOCATIONS WITH A COUPLED BEHAVIORAL-HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL

3:30 PM
Reyns, N B ; Eggleston, D B ; Luettich, R A PREDICTING EARLY JUVENILE BLUE CRAB SECONDARY DISPERSAL IN A WIND-DRIVEN ESTUARY

3:45 PM
Hatcher, B G ; Dixon, B ; Fryer, B ; Heath, D ; Kritzer, J ; Ruddick, B ; Sale, P ; Sheng, J ; Tang, L CONNECTING THE DOTS: ECOLOGICAL LINKAGES IN LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

4:00 PM
Galindo, H M ; Palumbi, S R CONNECTIVITY OF MARINE POPULATIONS: COUPLING POPULATION GENETIC AND DISPERSAL MODELING APROACHES

4:15 PM
Lermusiaux, P F ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS IN MASSACHUSETTS BAY AND MONTEREY BAY: BIOGEOCHEMICAL AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL-PHYSICAL BALANCES

4:30 PM
Milroy, S P ; Dieterle, D A ; He, R ; Kirkpatrick, G J ; Lester, K M ; Steidinger, K A ; Vargo, G A ; Walsh, J J ; Weisberg, R H A SIMPLE 3D BIOPHYSICAL MODEL OF KARENIA BREVIS DYNAMICS ON THE WEST FLORIDA SHELF

4:45 PM
Benfield, M C ; Keenan, S F IN SITU ESTIMATES OF EUPHAUSIID DENSITIES AND NEAREST-NEIGHBOR DISTANCES NEAR A FJORD SILL COLLECTED WITH ZOOVIS

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:45 PM
Pantalone, P ; Hatcher, B G ; Ruddick, B ; Sheng, J ; Tang, L ; Thompson, K R A NUMERICAL BIOPHYSICAL MODEL OF CONNECTIVITY AMONG CORAL REEFS: QUANTITATIVE PREDICTIONS OF LARVAL FISH DISPERSAL PATTERNS

4:45 PM
Tande, K S ; Pedersen, O P ; Fossheim, M ; Zhou, M ; Edvardsen, A COUPLED PHYSICAL-BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND RECRUITMENT OF CAPELIN LARVAE IN COASTAL WATERS OF NORWAY

4:45 PM
Penta, B ; Kindle, J C ; de Rada, S ; Anderson, S C ; Shulman, I PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY AVAILABLE RADIATION (PAR) IN THE NAVY COASTAL OCEAN MODEL (NCOM): ECOSYSTEM SENSITIVITY TO PAR TEMPORAL/SPATIAL RESOLUTION AND DATA SOURCES

4:45 PM
deRada, S ; Kindle, J C ; Anderson, S ; Shulman, I ; Penta, B OCEAN MODEL SENSITIVITY TO BATHYMETRIC CONDITIONING

4:45 PM
Orrico, C M ; Haddock, S H ; Johnson, K ; Blackwell, S ; Moline, M ; Herren, C M ; Maynard, K ; Case, J F MODELED BIOLUMINESCENCE RESPONSE DURING AN UPWELLING-RELAXATION PERIOD IN MONTEREY BAY, CA

4:45 PM
Jarrett, J N ; Pineda, J ; DiBacco, C COMPLEXITY IN MARINE BENTHIC POPULATION DYNAMICS

4:45 PM
Tapia, F J ; Pineda, J BIOCOMPLEXITY: SPATIAL VARIABILITY IN THE REPRODUCTIVE OUTPUT OF INTERTIDAL BARNACLES IN SOUTHERN AND BAJA CALIFORNIA – EFFECTS ON DISTRIBUTION AND DYNAMICS

4:45 PM
DuRand, M D ; McKenzie, C H ; Parrish, C C ; Thompson, R J PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY DYNAMICS, ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS, AND MYTILUS SPP. GROWTH AT TWO MUSSEL AQUACULTURE SITES IN NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA

4:45 PM
Pineda, J ; Starczak, V ; DiBacco, C BIOCOMPLEXITY: REGIONAL VARIABILITY IN REPRODUCTIVE TIMING, SETTLEMENT AND RECRUITMENT OF AN INTERTIDAL BARNACLES IN THE US NORTHEAST COAST

4:45 PM
Senyk, N A ; Siegel, D A USING REMOTELY SENSED DATA TO DESCRIBE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL HABITAT DISTRIBUTIONS OF GIANT KELP, MACROCYSTIS PYRIFERA

4:45 PM
Ladah, L B REMOTELY FORCED PHYSICAL PROCESSES AND THEIR LOCAL BIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES: INTERNAL WAVES AND KELP FORESTS ALONG THE BAJA CALIFORNIA COASTLINE

4:45 PM
Guild, L ; Ganapol, B ; Kramer, P ; Armstrong, R ; Gleason, A ; Torres, J CLUES TO CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM HEALTH: SPECTRAL ANALYSIS COUPLED WITH RADIATIVE TRANSFER MODELING

4:45 PM
Sarma, V S ; Saino, T PLANKTON NET COMMUNITY PRODUCTION (NCP) IN THE ARABIAN SEA USING OXYGEN BUDGETS

4:45 PM
Moisan, J R ; Miller, A J ; Di Lorenzo, E ; Wilkin, J RESOLVING NITROGEN, CARBON AND OXYGEN CYCLES FOR THE U.S. CONTINENTAL MARGIN WITH COUPLED CIRCULATION/BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODELS

 
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