SS5.10 Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning

Session Organizer(s):
John, J. Stachowicz
University of California at Davis
jjstachowicz@ucdavis.edu

J. Emmett, Duffy
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
jeduffy@vims.edu

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Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Location: 323 C

1:30 PM
Pomeroy, L R ECOSYSTEMS, FOOD WEBS, AND FASHIONS

2:00 PM
Azam, F MICROBIAL CONTROL OF OCEANIC CARBON CYCLE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE AND MARINE CONSERVATION

2:30 PM
Levin, L A ; Snelgrove, P V BIODIVERSITY AND FUNCTION IN MARINE SEDIMENTS: A MUDDLE OR A SOLVABLE MYSTERY?

2:45 PM
Stachowicz, J J ; Byrnes, J E ; Whitlatch, R B BIODIVERSITY ENHANCES THE TEMPORAL CONSISTENCY AND INVASION RESISTANCE OF SESSILE MARINE INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES

3:30 PM
Morris, J T ; Christian, R R FOOD WEB SIZE, COMPLEXITY AND FUNCTION

3:45 PM
Duffy, J E ; Richardson, J P ; France, K E INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF BIODIVERSITY AND TROPHIC STRUCTURE ON ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING IN SEAGRASS BEDS

4:00 PM
Spivak, A C ; Canuel, E A ; Duffy, J E ; Waterson, E J TROPHIC STRUCTURE, BIODIVERSITY, AND CARBON CYCLING: EVIDENCE OF CASCADING EFFECTS IN AN EXPERIMENTAL EELGRASS SYSTEM

4:15 PM
Bruno, J F ; Boyer, K E ; Lee, S E ; Duffy, J E BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING IN MULTI-TROPHIC SYSTEMS: EXPERIMENTAL TESTS IN A BENTHIC MARINE COMMUNITY

4:30 PM
Moorthi, S D ; Hillebrand, H L ; Wahl, M ; Berninger, U G DOES DIVERSITY ENHANCE STABILITY AND PRODUCTIVITY IN BENTHIC CILIATE COMMUNITIES?

Date: Thursday, February 19, 2004

Location: 323 C

10:15 AM
Stumm, K ; Auer, B ; Berninger, U G INVESTIGATION OF THE DIVERSITY AND FUNCTION OF PROTISTS IN BENTHIC MICROBIAL FOOD WEBS

10:30 AM
Smith, J E ; Conklin, E J INVASIVE MACROALGAE ON HAWAII’S CORAL REEFS: INFLUENCE OF BIODIVERSITY ON INVASION SUCCESS AND ULTIMATE CONSEQUENCES TO ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION

10:45 AM
Irigoien, X ; Harris, R P ; Huisman, J BIODIVERSITY PATTERNS OF MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON

11:00 AM
Modigh, M ; Carrada, G C ; Castaldo, S ; Mangoni, O ; Saggiomo, M ; Santarpia, I ; Fabiano, M ; Misic, C ; Povero, P ; Saggiomo, V DIVERSITY OF MICROBIAL ASSEMBLAGES ALONG A TRANSECT FROM 42°N AND 43°S THROUGH THE INDIAN OCEAN

11:15 AM
Franck, V M A TRANSECT OF SILICA PRODUCTION ACROSS THE NORTH PACIFIC GYRE

11:30 AM
Kamenir , Y G ; Dubinsky, Z ; Zohary, T SIZE STRUCTURE STABILITY OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN A MESO-EUTROPHIC SUBTROPICAL LAKE

11:45 AM
Button, D K NUTRIENT-BIOMASS EQUILIBRIA, COMPROMISING FOR SUCCESS.

1:30 PM
Zhang, Y P ; Stocks, K I ; Grassle, J F THE OCEAN BIOGEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM AS A RESOURCE FOR OCEAN RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT

1:45 PM
Allen-Requa, L C ; Edmunds, P J THE RESPONSE OF JUVNENILE CORALS TO MICROENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS CREATED BY MACROALGAE

2:00 PM
Yoshioka, P M BEDLOAD PREVENTS CORAL REEF DEVELOPMENT IN CARIBBEAN 'HARD GROUND' HABITATS

2:15 PM
Schoch, G C ; Dethier, M N ; Berry, H ; Ruesink, J THE CONSEQUENCES OF SCALE: ASSESSING THE DISTRIBUTION OF BENTHIC POPULATIONS IN A COMPLEX ESTUARINE FJORD

2:30 PM
Wing, S R ; Frew, R D FOODWEB STRUCTURE AND CARBON FLUX IN THE NEW ZEALAND FJORDS

2:45 PM
Thorne, R E ; Thomas, G L INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PACIFIC HERRING IN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND AND THE ABUNDANCE AND FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF SELECTED MARINE MAMMALS AND BIRDS

3:30 PM
Smith, C R ; Baco, A R ; Hannides, A DEAD WHALES, ROTTING WOOD AND PUTRID KELP: BIOGENIC CHEMOSYNTHETIC HABITATS AT THE DEEP-SEA FLOOR

3:45 PM
Vetter, E W ; Smith, C R IMPACTS OF ELEVATED CO2 ON DEEP-SEA SCAVENGERS

4:00 PM
Matsumoto, G I ; Raskoff, K A ; Robison, B H ; Lindsay, D J TWO NOVEL SCYPHOMEDUSAE FROM THE DEEP SEA, REPRESENTING TWO NEW SUBFAMILIES WITHIN THE FAMILY ULMARIDAE.

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:00 PM
Trites, M ; Kaczmarska, I ; Hicklin, P W ; Ehrman, J M ; Ollerhead, J DIATOMS FROM TWO MACRO-TIDAL MUDFLATS IN CHIGNECTO BAY, UPPER BAY OF FUNDY, CANADA

4:00 PM
Okuda, N ; Omori, K HOW TO ESTIMATE ECOLOGICAL ROLES OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISHERY SPECIES AND HUMAN IMPACTS ON ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING USING STABLE-ISOTOPE RATIOS

4:00 PM
Knight, E P ; Watling, L THE IMPACTS OF TRAWLING ON BENTHIC HABITATS: AN ANALYSIS OF RECOVERY IN THE WESTERN GULF OF MAINE CLOSURE

4:00 PM
Pakulski, J D ; Baldwin, A J ; Stephens, R W ; Moss, J A ; Jeffrey, W H VARIABLE RESPONSES OF HETEROTROPHIC BACTERIA TO SURFACE SOLAR IRRADIANCE IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN

4:00 PM
Baldwin, A J ; Pakulski, J D ; Jeffrey, W H EFFECTS OF PROLONGED SOLAR EXPOSURE ON BACTERIAL RESPONSE TO UVR ALONG A LATITUDINAL GRADIENT

4:00 PM
UMEZAWA, Y ; KOMATSU, T ; YAMAMURO, M ; KOIKE, I VARIOUS PHYSICAL FORCING CONTROLLING CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OF SUSPENDED MATTERS IN WATER COLUMN OF SEAGRASS BEDS IN A THAILAND ESTUARY

4:00 PM
Coe, A L ; Zinser, E R ; Chisholm, S W OPTIMIZING TECHNIQUES FOR GROWING AND PRESERVING THE CYANOBACTERIUM PROCHLOROCOCCUS

4:00 PM
Sano, E B ; Carlson, S ; Wegley, L ; Breitbart, M ; Rohwer, F L ABILITY OF PHAGE TO PERSIST IN NEW ENVIRONMENTS

4:00 PM
Kropuenske, L R ; Robinson, D H ; Van Dijken, G L ; Arrigo, K R DEFINING THE PARAMETERS REGULATING ANTARCTIC PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES DISTRIBUTION: NUTRIENT UTILIZATION

4:00 PM
Van Dijken, G L ; Robinson, D H ; Kropuenske, L R ; Arrigo, K R DEFINING THE PARAMETERS REGULATING ANTARCTIC PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES DISTRIBUTION: GROWTH RATES

4:00 PM
Robinson, D H ; Van Dijken, G L ; Kropuensky, L R ; Arrigo, K R DEFINING THE PARAMETERS REGULATING ANTARCTIC PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES DISTRIBUTION: PHOTOPHYSIOLOGY

4:00 PM
Madin, L P ; Madin, K A VITREOSALPA GEMINI, A NEW SPECIES OF MESOPELAGIC SALP.

4:00 PM
Jaschinski, S ; Brepohl, D C STABLE ISOTOPES AND FATTY ACIDS AS BIOMARKERS IN A SEAGRASS ECOSYSTEM

4:00 PM
Gamfeldt, L ; Hillebrand, H ; Jonsson, P EXAMINING HOW CHANGING DIVERSITY OF PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS IN SHALLOW MARINE SYSTEMS CAN AFFECT PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PRODUCTION

4:00 PM
Jamieson, C ; Augustin, C ; Boersma, M DIFFERENTIAL AFFECTS OF NUTRITIONAL STRESS ON CLOSELY RELATED SPECIES

 
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