SS6.05 Ocean Observing Systems: Novel Approaches to Studying and Monitoring Large Marine Ecosystems and Their Living Resources

Session Organizer(s):
Charles, Greene
Cornell University
chg2@cornell.edu

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Date: Thursday, February 19, 2004

Location: 316 A

10:15 AM
Greene, C H A BIOACOUSTIC OCEAN OBSERVATORY ON HAWAI’I ISLAND

10:30 AM
Holland, K N SONIC TELEMETRY IN MARINE FISHES: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

11:00 AM
Clark, T B REMOTE TRACKING OF THE MANTA RAY (MANTA BIROSTRIS) IN HAWAII

11:15 AM
Jaffe, J S ; Holland, K N TOWARDS A SMART FAD: MONITORING PELAGIC FISH WITH A SCANNING SONAR

11:30 AM
Benoit-Bird, K J ; Au, W W OBSERVING THE DIEL MIGRATION DYNAMICS OF AN ISLAND-ASSOCIATED SOUND-SCATTERING LAYER

11:45 AM
Costa, D P ; Hofman, E ; Klinck, J M ; Tremblay, Y ; Burns, J M ; Crocker, D E ; Fedak, M E MARINE MAMMALS AS OCEANOGRAPHERS

1:30 PM
Polovina, J J ; Howell, E ; Seki, M ; Hawn, D OBSERVING ECOSYSTEMS WITH SATELLITE REMOTELY SENSED OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA AND FLEETS OF ANIMALS WITH ELECTRONIC TAGS

1:45 PM
McGarry, L P ; Rau, A V BLUE WHALE FORAGING DIVES WITHIN DENSE KRILL SOUND-SCATTERING LAYERS OF THE MONTEREY BAY SUBMARINE CANYON.

2:00 PM
Teo, S L ; Boustany , A ; Blackwell, S ; Walli, A ; Weng, K C ; Block, B A VALIDATION OF GEOLOCATION ESTIMATES BASED ON LIGHT LEVEL AND SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE FROM ELECTRONIC TAGS

2:15 PM
Basedow, S L ; Edvardsen, A ; Tande, K S TOWARDS SATELLITE BASED LOCATING OF COPEPODS

2:30 PM
Churnside, J H ; Demer, D A ; Hunter, J R ; Griffith, D A RESULTS OF A LARGE-AREA FISH LIDAR SURVEY IN THE NE PACIFIC

2:45 PM
Guttormsen, M A ; Wilson, C D ; Churnside, J H ; Brown, E D A COMPARISON OF LIDAR AND ECHOSOUNDER MEASUREMENTS OF FISH AGGREGATIONS IN THE GULF OF ALASKA

3:30 PM
Kiyofuji, H ; Saitoh, S DETECTION OF POSSIBLE JAPANESE COMMON SQUID MIGRATION ROUTES IN THE SEA OF JAPAN FROM NIGHTTIME VISIBLE IAMGES

3:45 PM
Wehde, H ; Petersen, W ; Petschatnikov, M ; Schroeder, F ; Colijn, F DEVELOPMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF PLANKTON OBSERVED WITH A FERRYBOX SYSTEM FOR MONITORING COASTAL WATERS

4:00 PM
Haddock, S H ; Herren, C M ; Brewster, J ; Orrico, C M ; Case, J F DISTRIBUTION OF BIOLUMINESCENCE AND ZOOPLANKTON IN MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA

4:15 PM
Mitchell, M R CANADA'S ATLANTIC ZONE MONITORING PROGRAM: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY COASTAL OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM

4:30 PM
Stabenau, E R ; Zanardi-Lamardo, E ; Moore, C A ; Zika, R G ; Kearns, E J INTERNATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC AND METEOROLOGICAL MONITORING NETWORK EXPANSION AND NEW APPLICATIONS

Date: Friday, February 20, 2004

Location: 316 A

8:30 AM
Skirving, W J ; Steinberg, C R ; Heron, S F THE HYDRODYNAMICS OF A CORAL BLEACHING EVENT

8:45 AM
Hochberg, E J ; Atkinson, M J SPECTRAL REFLECTANCE OF CORAL, ALGAE AND SAND AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CORAL REEF REMOTE SENSING

9:00 AM
Gilbes, F ; Arce, J REMOTE SENSING OF BENTHIC HABITATS IN SOUTHWESTERN PUERTO RICO

9:15 AM
Beuchel, F ; Gulliksen, B MONITORING OF ROCKY-BOTTOM MACROBENTHIC COMMUNITIES USING DIGITAL IMAGE ANALYSIS: TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL CHANGES

9:30 AM
Fowler, C ; Nichols, N ; Cohen, A ; Singh, H THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF CORAL GROWTH USING COMPUTER TOMOGRAPHY

10:15 AM
Reysenbach, A L ; Page, A ; Tivey, M K ; Stakes, D ; Bradley, A ; Seewald, J ; Koski, R A ; Wheat, G ; Leg 2 GOC Scientific Party, THE USE OF THERMOCOUPLE ARRAYS TO INVESTIGATE THE MICROBIAL COLONIZATION WITHIN ACTIVELY FORMING CHIMNEY DEPOSITS IN GUAYMAS BASIN

10:30 AM
Gallager, S M ; Whelan, J THE NEXT GENERATION OF IN SITU BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL SENSORS IN THE OCEAN: A WORKSHOP REPORT WITH RECCOMMENDATIONS

11:00 AM
Blackwell, S M ; Moline, M A ; Chao, Y ; Terrill, E SIMULTANEOUS ASSESSMENT OF RELATIVE AUTOTROPHY AND HETEROTROPHY IN COASTAL REGIMES

11:15 AM
Farmer, A S ; Fries, D ; Paul, J ; Smith, M ; Gonzalez, G A TUNABLE AUTOMATED NUCLEIC ACID SENSOR

11:30 AM
Melrose, D C ; Oviatt, C A ; O'Reilly, J E ; Berman, M S UNDERWAY PROFILING OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN NARRAGANSETT BAY, RI USING A FAST REPETITION RATE FLUOROMETER

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

11:30 AM
Berman, M S ; Oviatt, C ; Melrose, D C NARRAGANSETT BAY WINDOW, A PROTOTYPE OCEAN OBSERVING SYSTEM

11:30 AM
Gargett, A E ; Wells, J DO LANGMUIR 'SUPERCELLS' DOMINATE SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION AND TRANSPORT IN SHALLOW SEAS?

11:30 AM
Bayler, E J ; Fuckar, N S ON THE ROLE OF OCEANIC ROSSBY WAVE CONTRIBUTIONS TO HEAT STRESS EVENTS IN CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS

11:30 AM
Tafader, M K ; Zafar, M ; Chowdhury, M I ; Alam, M N ASSESSMENT OF RADIOACTIVITY IN SOIL, SEDIMENT AND GRASS ON KUTUBDIA ISLAND IN BANGLADESH USING HIGH RESOLUTION GAMMA-RAY SPECTROMETRY

11:30 AM
Shellito, S M ; Self, R L ; Taylor, L E ; Abellot, H A COMPARING EMERGENCE BEHAVIORS OF TWO SEPARATE POPULATIONS OF NEOMYSIS SPP.

11:30 AM
Senga, Y ; Suzuki, T ; Uematsu, M DEVELOPMENT OF A SELF-CRUISING OCEAN OBSERVATION PLATFORM

 
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