SS5.15 Biogeochemical Processes Within Freshwater Influenced Coastal Systems

Session Organizer(s):
Joseph, E. Salisbury
University of New Hampshire
joe.salisbury@unh.edu

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Date: Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Location: 315

3:30 PM
Meybeck, M ; Vorosmarty, C J EVALUATION OF GLOBAL RIVERINE FLUXES TO THE COASTAL ZONE

3:45 PM
McClelland, J W ; Holmes, R M ; Peterson, B J INCREASING RIVER DISCHARGE IN THE EURASIAN ARCTIC: POTENTIAL CAUSES, AND CONSEQUENCES FOR BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING IN THE COASTAL ZONE

4:00 PM
Fulweiler, R W ; Nixon, S W TERRESTRIAL VEGETATION AND THE SEASONAL CYCLE OF DISSOLVED SILICA IN A SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND COASTAL RIVER

4:15 PM
Kroeger, K D ; Charette, M A ; Talbot, J M ; Abraham, D M ; Allen, M C ; Rago, A ; Sholkovitz, E R TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATIONS OF NITROGEN AND CARBON IN A SUBTERRANEAN ESTUARY

4:30 PM
Wen, L S ; Jiann, K T ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACT ON NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN A MACRO-TIDAL SUB-OXIC-ANOXIC ESTUARY

Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Location: 315

10:15 AM
da Cunha, L C ; Giraud, X ; Buitenhuis, E T ; Ludwig, W ; Le Quéré, C NUTRIENT SOURCES AND FATE IN THE COASTAL ZONE

10:30 AM
White, J R ; Malecki, L M FLUX OF N AND P FROM SEDIMENT IN THE ST. JOHNS RIVER ESTUARY

10:45 AM
Del Castillo, C E OPTICAL CONSEQUENCES OF CHANGES IN ORGANIC MATTER COMPOSITION IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER PLUME

11:00 AM
Salisbury, J E ; Campbell , J W ; Meeker, L D ; Muller-Karger, F E ; Vorosmarty, C J COASTAL RIVER PLUMES OF THE GULF OF MAINE: LINKING SALINITY VS. ABSORPTION RELATIONSHIPS TO TERRESTRIAL DOC FLUXES

11:15 AM
Sherrard, J C ; Miller, W L ; White, E M ; Kieber, D J THE PHOTOCHEMICAL TRANSFORMATION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON TO DISSOLVED INORGANIC CARBON IN THE ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENT

11:30 AM
Schwehr, K A ; Santschi, P H ; Elmore, D 129I/127I OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC IODINE: A NOVEL TOOL FOR TRACING TERRESTRIAL ORGANIC MATTER IN ESTUARINE SURFACE WATERS OF GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS

11:45 AM
Beman, J M ; Matson, P A INFLUENCE OF TERRESTRIAL AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES ON MARINE ECOSYSTEM PROCESSES IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA: EVIDENCE FROM REMOTE SENSING

1:30 PM
Mitchelson-Jacob, E G ; Evans, G L ; Williams, P J ANALYSIS OF COASTAL TIME SERIES (SEAWATER) TEMPERATURE OBSERVATIONS

1:45 PM
Dellwig, O ; Koelsch, S ; Brumsack, H J ; Reuter, R BEHAVIOUR OF REDOX-SENSITIVE TRACE METALS IN A FRESHWATER INFLUENCED BACKBARRIER TIDAL FLAT, NW GERMANY

2:00 PM
Dedieu, K ; Rabouille, C ; Bombled, B ; Soetaert, K DISTRIBUTION AND DYNAMICS OF OXYGEN IN COASTAL SEDIMENTS: STUDY BY IN SITU MICRO-ELECTRODES

2:15 PM
Tomlinson, M S ; De Carlo, E H MEASURING DISSOLVED TRACE ELEMENTS IN SUBTROPICAL FRESHWATER AND ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENTS WITH DGTS

2:30 PM
Ringuet, S ; Hoover, D J ; Narod, S ; Mackenzie, F T BASEFLOW AND STORM-RUNOFF IMPACTS ON AN URBANIZED SUBTROPICAL ESTUARY

3:30 PM
Bozec, Y ; Thomas, H ; Elkalay, K ; de Baar, H J THE NORTH SEA: A “CONTINENTAL SHELF PUMP” FOR THE ABSORPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2

3:45 PM
Elkalay, K ; Helmuth, T ; Bozec, Y ; Ruardij, P ; De baar, H J MODELLING THE CARBON AND NUTRIENT CYCLING IN THE NORTH SEA USING ERSEM II

4:00 PM
Ostrom, N E ; Piwinski, L K ; Twiss, M R ; Carrick, H J DETERMINATION OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN LAKE ERIE BY MULTIPLE PROXIES

4:15 PM
Childers, D L FACTORS CONTROLLING ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTIVITY AND LAND-OCEAN INTERACTIONS IN OLIGOTROPHIC UPSIDE-DOWN ESTUARIES OF THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES

4:30 PM
Erlandsson, C P ; Stigebrandt, A ; Arneborg, L PROCESSES BEHIND OBSERVED TRENDS IN OXYGEN CONCENTRATION IN THE GULLMAR FJORD, SWEDEN

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:30 PM
Avery, G B ; Kieber, R J ; Willey, J D ; Shank, G C ; Whitehead, R F THE IMPACT OF HURRICANES ON THE FLUX OF RAINWATER AND CAPE FEAR RIVER WATER DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON TO LONG BAY, SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES

4:30 PM
Arredondo, G THE FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENCY OF HALODULE WRIGHTII, SYRINGODIUM FILIFORME, THALASSIA TESTUDINUM SEAGRASS PATCHES IN CHARLOTTE HARBOR, FLORIDA.

4:30 PM
Allen, M C ; Charette, M A THE UTILITY OF A CONTINUOUS RADON MONITOR FOR TRACING WATER MASSES AND SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE IN THE COASTAL OCEAN

4:30 PM
Mouradian, M ; Gelinas, Y ; deVernal, A USING DINOSTEROLS IN PALEOECOLOGICAL STUDIES: AN EXPLORATORY APPROACH

4:30 PM
Wright, V M ; Del Castillo, C E DYNAMICS OF CDOM IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER PLUME

4:30 PM
McGowan, M P ; Glenn, C R SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE: AN OVERLOOKED PROCESS FOR THE TRANSPORT OF BIOACTIVE CONSTITUENTS INTO HAWAII’S COASTAL ZONE.

4:30 PM
Boyd, T J ; Paerl, R W ; Osburn, C L CHANGES IN CDOM OPTICAL PROPERTIES DURING SIMULATED ESTUARINE SALINITY GRADIENTS

4:30 PM
Smith, J P ; Oktay, S D ; Brabander, D J ; Bullen, T D ; Olsen, C R GEOCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR SEASONAL-SCALE VARIATIONS IN SEDIMENT ACCUMULATION IN ABANDONED HARBOR SLIPS OF THE LOWER HUDSON RIVER ESTUARY

4:30 PM
Sholkovitz, E R ; Charette, M A GEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES DRIVEN BY GROUNDWATER-SEAWATER INTERACTION IN A COASTAL AQUIFER: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE OCEANIC CYCLES OF BA, RA AND U

4:30 PM
Pyrtle, A J ; Wilborn, U S ; Ingall, E D ; Grantham, M ; Elliott, W C SAVANNAH, GEORGIA (USA) ESTUARINE, MARSH AND RIVERINE SEDIMENT RADIOGEOCHEMISTRY CHARACTERISTICS

 
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