SS2.12 Structure in an Apparently Uniform Environment

Session Organizer(s):
George, Jackson
Texas A&M University
gjackson@tamu.edu

Thomas, Kiorboe
Danish Fisheries Institute
tk@dfu.min.dk

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 318 A-B

10:30 AM
Alldredge, A L Sources of Structure in the Pelagic Zone

11:00 AM
Thygesen, U H ON THE UTILITY OF HETEROGENOUS RESOURCES

11:15 AM
Cowles, T J ; Sutor, M ; Kosro, P M ; Pierce, S ; Barth, J A THE ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF PERSISTENT THIN LAYERS OF PLANKTON IN AN INTERMITTENTLY MIXED UPPER OCEAN

11:30 AM
Menden-Deuer, S ; Grünbaum, D AGGREGATION AND RETENTION OF HETEROTROPHIC PROTISTS IN PREY PATCHES: INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL OBSERVATIONS AND POPULATION-LEVEL CONSEQUENCES

11:45 AM
Woodson, C B ; Webster, D R ; Yen, J COPEPOD BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL CUES ASSOCIATED WITH STRUCTURE IN THE OPEN OCEAN

1:30 PM
Ploug, H SMALL-SCALE FLUID FLOW AROUND AND WITHIN SINKING MARINE SNOW.

1:45 PM
Grossart, H P ; Kioerboe, T ; Tang, K ; Ploug, H BACTERIAL DYNAMICS ON PARTICLES: COLONIZATION, INTERACTIONS, AND GROWTH

2:00 PM
Kiørboe, T ; Auer, B ; Grossart, H P ; Ploug, H ; Tang, K MICROBE-PARTICLE INTERACTIONS IN THE PLANKTON: FLAGELLATE COLONIZATION AND GRAZING ON ATTACHED BACTERIA

2:15 PM
Jackson, G A ; Kiørboe, T ZOOPLANKTON USE OF CHEMODETECTION TO FIND AND EAT PARTICLES.

2:30 PM
Burd, A B THE EFFECT OF ZOOPLANKTON ON PARTICULATE CARBON TO THORIUM RATIOS

2:45 PM
Sansone, F J ; Rothschild, C K ; Westley, M B BIOGEOCHEMISTRY MID-WATER SUSPENDED PARTICLE LAYERS, MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA

3:30 PM
Long, J D ; Smalley, G W ; Anderson, J T ; Verity, P G ; Hay, M E CHEMICAL CUES FROM GRAZING COPEPODS SUPPRESS COLONY FORMATION IN PHAEOCYSTIS: WHEN BIGGER ISN’T BETTER

3:45 PM
Jakobsen, H H ; Everett, L M ; Strom, S EVIDENCE OF HYDROMECHANICAL SIGNALING BETWEEN THE CILIATE MESODINIUM PULEX AND ITS PREY

4:00 PM
Fields, D M ; Weissburg, M J MECHANORECEPTION IN MARINE COPEPODS: DETECTING TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL HETEROGENEITY IN MOVING FLUIDS.

4:15 PM
Sotiropoulos, F ; Gilmanov, A ; Yen, J HYDRODYNAMICS OF PLANKTONIC MICROCRUSTACEAN LOCOMOTION: TURNING WAKE VORTICES INTO COMMUNICATION SIGNALS

4:30 PM
Currie, W J ; Lewis, C V ; Powell, T M UPWELLING GENERATED HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS: A MODELING APPROACH

4:45 PM
Osborn, K J DISTRIBUTION OF A HOLOPELAGIC ISOPOD IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM: IS DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONTROLLING THEIR DISTRIBUTION?

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:45 PM
Kline, T C FROM INDIVIDUALS TO POPULATIONS OF NEOCALANUS CRISTATUS: PROCESSES INFERRED FROM STABLE ISOTOPES

4:45 PM
Donowick, T G ; Osburn, C L ; Boyd, T J THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SEDIMENT PARTICLE SIZE AND ITS ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY IN ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS.

4:45 PM
Nelson, J R ; Robertson, C Y ; Jahnke, R A ; Richards, M PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN A SHELF EUPHOTIC ZONE THAT INCLUDES SURFACE SAND SEDIMENTS

 
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