SS9.01 Ecosystem Science Practiced in an Urbanized Estuary: South San Francisco Bay

Session Organizer(s):
James, E. Cloern
U.S. Geoplogical Survey
jecloern@usgs.gov

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Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Location: 324

10:15 AM
Foxgrover, A C ; Higgins, S A ; Ingraca, M K ; Jaffe, B E ; Smith, R E SEDIMENTATION AND HABITAT CHANGE IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY: 1858 - 1983

10:30 AM
Monismith, S G ON THE HYDRODYNAMICS OF SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY: WHY EVERYTHING FROM TIDES TO TURBULENCE MATTERS

11:00 AM
Cloern, J E SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY: AN HNLC MARINE ECOSYSTEM SURROUNDED BY SILICON VALLEY

11:15 AM
Koseff, J R ; Lucas, L V ; Cloern, J E ; Monismith, S G ; Thompson, J K MODELING AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF ALGAL BLOOMS IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY, 1: PHILOSOPHY AND INITIAL APPROACHES

11:30 AM
May, C L ; Koseff, J R ; Lucas, L V ; Cloern, J E ; Schoellhamer, D H MODELING AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF ALGAL BLOOMS IN SSFB, 2: SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY IN LIGHT

11:45 AM
Lucas, L V ; Koseff, J R ; Cloern, J E ; Monismith, S G ; Thompson, J K MODELING AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF ALGAL BLOOMS IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY, 3: INTRATIDAL PHYSICAL PROCESSES

1:30 PM
Thompson, J K ; Koseff, J R ; Monismith, S G ; Lucas, L V MODELING AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS OF ALGAL BLOOMS IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY, 4: INTEGRATION OF NUMERICAL MODELS AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS

1:45 PM
Shellenbarger, G G ; Schoellhamer, D H ; Lionberger, M A A SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY SEDIMENT BUDGET: WETLAND RESTORATION AND POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS

2:00 PM
Dugdale, R C ; Hogue, V ; Marchi, A ; Wilkerson, F P IMPACT OF ANTHROPOGENIC AMMONIUM ON PHYTOPLANKTON ECOLOGY IN AN URBANIZED ESTUARY: SAN FRANCISCO BAY

2:15 PM
Fisher, K E COUPLING AND DECOUPLING OF PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY SYSTEM IN WET AND DRY YEARS: FRACTAL AND MULTIFRACTAL MEASURES

2:30 PM
Buck, K N ; Bruland, K W COPPER SPECIATION IN SAN FRANCISCO BAY

2:45 PM
Gee, A K ; Bruland, K W A NOVEL APPROACH TO TRACKING EQUILIBRIUM AND KINETIC PARTITIONING OF CADMIUM AND LEAD BETWEEN DISSOLVED AND PARTICULATE FORMS IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY, CA

3:30 PM
Canuel, E A COMPOSITION OF ORGANIC MATTER IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY: SEASONAL VARIATIONS AND LINKAGES BETWEEN WATER COLUMN PRODUCTION AND SEDIMENT ORGANIC MATTER

3:45 PM
Lesen, A E TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF ESTUARINE MEIOFAUNA: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA AND FOOD RESOURCES IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY, CA, U.S.A

4:00 PM
Rollwagen Bollens, G C ; Bollens, S M ; Penry, D L ZOOPLANKTON DYNAMICS IN THE LOWER SAN FRANCISCO ESTUARY: ROLE OF MICROZOOPLANKTON

4:15 PM
Bollens, S M ; Avent, S A ; Hooff, R ; Gewant, D ; Rollwagen Bollens, G C ZOOPLANKTON DYNAMICS IN THE LOWER SAN FRANCISCO ESTUARY: ROLE OF MESO- AND MACROZOOPLANKTON

4:30 PM
Schafer, K L LONG TERM OBSERVATIONS OF FISH POPULATIONS IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:30 PM
Mooney, T A ; Au, W W ; Nachtigall, P E TARGET STRENGTH AND PREDICTED BIOSONAR DETECTION RANGES OF THREE EXPERIMENTAL GILLNETS: A METHOD TO REDUCE MARINE MAMMAL BYCATCH

4:30 PM
Knoff, A J ; Macko, S A ; Hohn, A A BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS) POPULATION STRUCTURE ALONG THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST OF THE U.S.: A STABLE ISOTOPE APPROACH

4:30 PM
Griggs, R B ; Kaufmann, R S TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PATTERNS OF MEROPLANKTON IN MISSION BAY, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.

4:30 PM
Kaufmann, R S ; Boudrias, M A ; Stransky, B C TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF MEIOFAUNAL COMMUNITIES IN MISSION BAY, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

4:30 PM
Swope, B L ; Kaufmann, R S SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN MISSION BAY OVER A COMPLETE ANNUAL CYCLE

4:30 PM
Conaway, C H ; Flegal, A R INVESTIGATION OF AIR-WATER EXCHANGE OF MERCURY IN SAN FRANCISCO ESTUARY

 
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