SS5.02 Elemental Cycling Under Suboxic/Anoxic Conditions

Session Organizer(s):
James, W. Murray
University of Washington
jmurray@u.washington.edu

Mary, Scranton
SUNY Stony Brook
mscranton@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 317 B

1:30 PM
Glazer, B T ; Luther III, G W ; Friederich, G E ; Konovalov, S K ; Trouwborst, R E ; Druschel, G ; Kraiya, C ; Romanov, A S TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF THE BLACK SEA SUBOXIC ZONE

1:45 PM
Friederich, G E ; Uysal, T ; Tugrul, S ; Luther, G W ; Glazer, B T ; Murray, J W INORGANIC CARBON BETWEEN THE SURFACE AND THE ANOXIC ZONE OF THE BLACK SEA

2:00 PM
Fuchsman, C A ; Murray, J W ; Callahan, A ; Konovalov, S K ; Sigman, D M NITROGEN SPECIES AND ISOTOPES IN THE BLACK SEA

2:15 PM
Trouwborst, R E ; Druschel, G K ; Kraiya, C ; Glazer, B T ; Howard, R ; Webb, S M ; Tebo, B M ; Lewis, B L ; Luther, G W SOLUBLE MN(III)COMPLEXES PRESENT IN SUBOXIC REGIONS OF THE BLACK SEA AND CHESAPEAKE BAY

2:30 PM
Scranton, M I ; McIntyre, M ; Muller-Karger, F ; Taylor, G T ; Astor, Y DENITRIFICATION AND OTHER PROCESSES IN THE SUBOXIC ZONE OF THE CARIACO BASIN

2:45 PM
Taylor, G T ; Scranton, M I ; Iabichella-Armas, M ; Varela, R ; Muller-Karger, F ENERGY CRISIS IN THE CARIACO BASIN’S REDOXCLINE: DOES MICROBIAL DEMAND EXCEED SUPPLY?

3:30 PM
Sun, M Y ; Zou, L ; Dai, J ; Ding, H ; Culp, R A ; Scranton, M I STABLE CARBON ISOTOPIC ALTERATIONS OF ALGAL LIPIDS DURING DECOMPOSITION IN CARIACO STRATIFIED OXIC AND ANOXIC SEAWATERS

3:45 PM
Benitez-Nelson, C R ; O'Neill, L P ; Pellechia, P ; Thunell, R PHOSPHORUS SPECIATION UNDER ANOXIC CONDITIONS: INSIGHTS FROM THE CARIACO BASIN

4:00 PM
Hyacinthe, C ; Van Cappellen, P COUPLED IRON AND PHOSPHORUS CYCLING AT THE OXIC/ANOXIC INTERFACE

4:15 PM
Berelson, W ; Prokopenko, M ; Graham, A ; Sansone, F ENHANCED REMINERALIZATION OF ORGANIC CARBON DURING ANAEROBIC METHANE OXIDATION: THE HOT-SPOT DIAGENTIC ZONE

4:30 PM
Nielsen, L P ; Ingvardsen, S ; Sánchez, A G TRANSPORT AND TURNOVER OF NITRATE BY NITRATE ACCUMULATING BACTERIA IN SEDIMENTS

4:45 PM
Aguilar, C ; Cuhel, R L YELLOWSTONE LAKE GEOTHERMAL ECOSYSTEM: MICROBIOGEOCHEMICAL FEATURES OF IN VENT WATER AND SOLID PHASE SAMPLES.

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:45 PM
Klein, S M RELEASE OF SEDIMENT POREWATER AND SOLUTES DURING EBULLITION

4:45 PM
Clement, B G ; Tebo, B M ; Kraiya, C ; Glazer, B T ; Luther, III, G W OXYGEN IS THE OXIDANT OF MN(II) IN THE BLACK SEA SUBOXIC LAYER

4:45 PM
Oakley, B B ; Srinivasan, S ; Staley, J T DIVERSITY OF SUB-OXIC N-CYCLING MICROBES IN THE BLACK SEA

4:45 PM
Paull, C K ; Ussler III, W ; Lorenson, T ; Dallimore, S ; Blasco, S ; Melling, H ; McLaughlin, F ; Nixon, M DETECTION OF METHANE LEAKAGE FROM THE ARCTIC SHELF

4:45 PM
Murray, K J ; Tebo, B M CHROMIUM OXIDATION BY MN-OXIDIZING BACTERIA FROM THE BLACK SEA

4:45 PM
Martens, C S ; Mendlovitz, H P ; Moura, J M CONTROLS ON THE CONCENTRATION AND STABLE ISOTOPIC OF GAS BUBBLE METHANE FROM ORGANIC-RICH MARINE AND RIVERINE SEDIMENTS

 
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