SS5.09 Dynamic Interactions Between Particulate and Dissolved Mineral and Organic Matter

Session Organizer(s):
Rob, Armstrong
Stony Brook University, Marine Science Research Center
rarmstrong@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

Yoshimi, Suzuki
Shizuoka University, Shizuoka, Japan
seysuzu@ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp

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Date: Thursday, February 19, 2004

Location: 316 B

1:30 PM
Passow, U BUDGETING BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES – SOME TRIPPING STONES

1:45 PM
Lee, C ; Armstrong, R A ; Wakeham, S G ; Cochran, J K ; Miquel, J C ; Masque, P ; Goutx, M MEDFLUX: ASSOCIATION OF ORGANIC MATTER WITH BALLAST MINERALS IN SINKING PARTICLES

2:00 PM
Azam, F ROLE OF BACTERIAL CELL SURFACE ENZYMES IN MODIFYING THE BIOGEOCHEMICAL BEHAVIOR OF ORGANIC MATTER IN THE OCEAN

2:15 PM
Suzuki, Y ; Haneda, A ; Fujii, M ; Smith, L ROLE OF DECOMPOSITION, AGGREGATION AND DISSOLUTION OF DIATOMS IN THE SINKING FLUX OF ORGANIC MATTER TO THE MESOPELAGIC LAYER

2:30 PM
Casareto, B E ; Suzuki, Y ; Niraula, M P ; Furuta, A ORGANIC MATTER BEHAVIOR DURING MESOCOSM INCUBATION OF UNDISTURBED MESOPELASGIC WATERS

2:45 PM
Smith, S L ; Casareto, B E ; Niraula, M ; Furuta, A ; Suzuki, Y ; Annan, J D ; Hargreaves, J C SIMULATIONS OF THE LOWER TROPHIC LEVEL MARINE ECOSYSTEM AND SILICON AND NITROGEN CYCLES IN INCUBATION EXPERIMENTS

3:30 PM
Niraula, M P ; Casareto, B E ; Hanai, T ; Suzuki, Y FATE OF NUTRIENTS AND THE COMPOSITION AND SIZE OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE MESOPELAGIC WATERS OF SURUGA BAY, JAPAN, DURING INCUBATION EXPERIMENT

3:45 PM
Pahlow, M A MODEL LINKING CHLOROPHYLL-NITROGEN DYNAMICS TO THE REDFIELD N:C RATIO

4:00 PM
Skrabal, S A ; Smith, M L ; Kieber, R J ; Shank, G C ; Whitehead, R F DISSOLVED COPPER IN ORGANIC-RICH ESTUARINE WATERS: INTERACTIONS OF LIGHT AND SUSPENDED SEDIMENTS IN ALTERING SPECIATION

4:15 PM
Moffett, J W ; DuPont, C L ; Ahner, B A COPPER COMPLEXATION IN THE NORTH PACIFIC AND BERING SEA: RELATION TO THIOL DISTRIBUTION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOAVAILABILITY

4:30 PM
Dupont, C L ; Moffett, J W ; Ahner, B A DISSOLVED AND PARTICULATE THIOLS IN THE NORTH PACIFIC AND BERING SEA: THE POTENTIAL IMPORTANCE IN COPPER SPECIATION

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:30 PM
Peterson, M L ; Wakeham, S G ; Lee, C ; Miquel, J C MEDFLUX: VERTICAL PARTICLE FLUX SAMPLING IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE

4:30 PM
Trull, T W QUANTIFYING THE IMPORTANCE OF PHYTOPLANKTON SIZE TO EXPORT USING 13C

4:30 PM
Fukuda, H ; Sohrin, R ; Nagata, T ; Koike, I FULL-DEPTH PROFILE OF NANOFLAGELLATES AND THE STRUCTURE OF MICROBIAL FOOD WEBS IN OCEAN'S INTERIOR

4:30 PM
Wakeham, S G ; Lee, C ; Liu, Z ; Peterson, M L MEDFLUX: ORGANIC MATTER COMPOSITION FROM TIME-SERIES AND SINKING-VELOCITY SEDIMENT TRAPS IN THE “TWILIGHT ZONE” IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

4:30 PM
Liu, Z ; Stewart, G M ; Lee, C ; Cochran, J K ; Armstrong, R A ; Hirschberg, D ; Miquel, J C ; Gasser, B MEDFLUX: COMPARISON OF POC MEASUREMENTS IN BOTTLES AND IN-SITU PUMPS--TEST OF PRESSURE AND ADSORPTION EFFECTS

4:30 PM
Cochran, J K ; Miquel, J C ; Fowler, S W ; Gasser, B ; Szlosek, J ; Rodriguez-Ybaena, A ; Hirschberg, D J ; Stewart, G ; Masque, P MEDFLUX: RELATIONSHIPS AMONG BALLAST, PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON AND TH-234 ACTIVITIES AND FLUXES IN THE UPPER WATER COLUMN

4:30 PM
Stewart, G M ; Cochran, J K ; Masque, P ; Miquel, J C ; Rodriguez, A M MEDFLUX: 210PO AND 210PB CONCENTRATIONS, FLUXES, AND PARTICLE SETTLING VELOCITIES AT THE DYFAMED SITE, NORTHWESTERN MEDITERRANEAN

4:30 PM
Buesseler, K O ; Andrews, J E ; Bishop, J K ; Boyd, P W ; Dehairs, F ; Matear, R ; Sarin, M M ; Siegel, D A ; Silver, M W ; Steinberg, D K VERTIGO HERE WE GO

4:30 PM
Xue, J ; Armstrong, R A MEDFLUX: COMBINING FLUX AND CONCENTRATION DATA INTO A SEAMIESS DESCRIPTION OF SINKING FLUXES

4:30 PM
Doblin, M A ; Cutter, L S ; Cutter, G A NUTRIENT AND SELENIUM DYNAMICS IN A SHALLOW WATER SYSTEM

 
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