SS2.10 The Role of Bermuda Based Studies in Our Understanding of Ocean and Atmospheric Processes

Session Organizer(s):
Anthony, Knap
Bermuda Biological Station for Research
knap@bbsr.edu

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Date: Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Location: 323 B

1:30 PM
Michaels, A F TIME-SERIES OCEANOGRAPHY AT THE BERMUDA BIOLOGICAL STATION

1:45 PM
Dickey, T D A DECADE OF HIGH TEMPORAL RESOLUTION INTERDISCIPLINARY OBSERVTATIONS USING THE BERMUDA TESTBED MOORING

2:00 PM
Bates, N R ; Hansell, D A TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF EXCESS NITRATE IN THE SUBTROPICAL MODE WATER OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

2:15 PM
Lomas, M W ; Knap, A H ; Bates, N R POTENTIAL CONTROLS ON INTERANNUAL PARTITIONING OF ORGANIC CARBON DURING THE WINTER/SPRING PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM AT THE BERMUDA ATLANTIC TIME-SERIES STUDY SITE

2:30 PM
Gundersen, K ; Orcutt, K M SEASONAL PATTERNS OF TRICHODESMIUM C-INCORPORATION AT THE BERMUDA ATLANTIC TIME-SERIES (BATS) SITE

2:45 PM
Fu, F ; Bell, P R EFFECTS OF INORGANIC AND ORGANIC PHOSPHOROUS ON THE GROWTH AND ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY OF THE CYANOBACTERIUM TRICHODESMIUM GBRTRLI101

3:30 PM
Cutter, L S ; Cutter, G A ; Richards, M ; Sanders, J G ARSENIC AND PHOSPHORUS IN THE WESTERN ATLANTIC: NEW DATA FOR AN OLD PROBLEM

3:45 PM
Glover, D M ; Fach, B A ; Conte, M H A COUPLED MESO-EPIPELAGIC PARTICLE FLUX MODEL FOR THE BERMUDA ATLANTIC TIME-SERIES STATION (BATS)/OCEANIC FLUX PROGRAM (OFP) SITE: PHASE 3, INITIAL RESULTS

4:00 PM
Klamberg, J K ; Nelson, N B ; Siegel, D A SEASONAL MODELING OF COLORED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATERIAL DYNAMICSAT THE BATS SITE

4:15 PM
Sedwick, P N ; Parsons, R A ; Knap, A H LAND-TO-OCEAN TRANSPORT OF MICROBES AND IRON IN SOIL DUST: THE AIRBORNE FUNGAL SIDEROPHORE HYPOTHESIS

 
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