SS9.03 Developing Ecosystem-based Products for Ocean and Estuarine Management

Session Organizer(s):
Elizabeth, Turner
NOAA Coastal Ocean Progran
elizabeth.turner@noaa.gov

Andrew, Pershing
Cornell University
ajp9@cornell.edu

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 316 B

10:30 AM
Wulff, F V ; Gren, I M ; Johansson, S A ; Savchuk, O P ; Sokolov, A V COUPLING MANAGEMENT, ECONOMICS AND NATURAL SCIENCES USING A LINKED NEST OF MODELS IN A DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR THE BALTIC SEA

10:45 AM
Justic, D ; Rabalais, N N ; Turner, R E NUTRIENTS, CLIMATE AND HYPOXIA: PREDICTING WATER QUALITY TRENDS IN THE NEXT 50 YEARS

11:00 AM
Baltz, D M ; Chesney, E J ; Li, H W ; Rossignol, P A ; Switzer, T S QUALITATIVE MODELING OF NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC STRESSORS ON NEKTON IN LOUISIANA COASTAL SYSTEMS

11:15 AM
Goebel, N L ; Kremer, J N ; Edwards, C A AN EMPIRICAL, GENERAL FORMULATION OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION FOR A MANAGEMENT MODEL OF PELAGIC METABOLISM IN LONG ISLAND SOUND

11:30 AM
Shapiro, A C ; Rohmann, S O SUMMIT-TO-SEA MAPPING AND CHANGE DETECTION USING SATELLITE IMAGERY: TOOLS FOR CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CORAL REEFS

11:45 AM
Harding, Jr., L W ; Adolf, J E ; Miller, W D ; Mallonee, M E PREDICTIONS OF PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS AND PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY USING DATA FROM IN-SITU AND REMOTE SENSING OBSERVATIONS IN CHESAPEAKE BAY, USA

1:30 PM
Houde, E D ; Jung, S ; Wood, R J ; Auth, T D ; Rilling, G C ; Bichy, J B HINDCASTING AND PREDICTING BAY ANCHOVY RECRUITMENTS IN CHESAPEAKE BAY

1:45 PM
Barrientos, C S ; Ransibrahmanakul, V ; Stumpf, R P A TIME SERIES OF WATER QUALITY FOR THE COASTAL US FROM AVHRR AND SEAWIFS

2:00 PM
Murphy, K R ; Coble, P G ; Field, M P ; Moore, W S ; Perry, E S ; Ruiz, G M ; Waite, T D A MODEL FOR VERIFYING MID-OCEAN BALLAST WATER EXCHANGE USING NATURALLY OCCURRING CHEMICAL TRACERS

2:15 PM
Pershing, A J ; Greene, C H ; Bailey, B A CLIMATE-BASED ASSESSMENT AND FORECASTING FOR ECOSYSTEMS IN THE GULF OF MAINE

2:30 PM
Hooff, R C ; Lamb, J F ; Peterson, W T VARIABILITY AND PREDICTION OF PRODUCTION DYNAMICS IN THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CURRENT ECOSYSTEM: WHAT CAN THE COPEPODS TELL US ABOUT FISH PRODUCTION?

2:45 PM
Tynan, C T ; Ainley, D G ; Spear, L B ; Barth, J A ; Cowles, T J ; Pierce, S D DEVELOPING BIOPHYSICAL MODELS OF CETACEAN DISTRIBUTION IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT, AN UPWELLING BOUNDARY CURRENT SYSTEM

3:30 PM
Incze, L S ; Xue, H ; Chen, Y ; Steneck, R ; Wilson, C ; Pettigrew, N ; Lawton, P ; Greenberg, D ; Page, F ; Brooks, D DATA ASSIMILATION AND MODELING OF SOURCE-SINK RELATIONSHIPS AND FISHERY PRODUCTION OF HOMARUS AMERICANUS IN THE GULF OF MAINE.

3:45 PM
Brooks, D A LOBSTERS AND THE MAINE COASTAL CURRENT: CONNECTING SOURCE AND SINK

4:00 PM
Chen, C ; Rawson, M ; Liu, H ; Qi, J ; Ji, R ; Lin, H A NEW COASTAL AND ESTUARINE MANAGEMENT MODEL SYSTEM: APPLICATIONS TO ESTUARIES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN US COAST

4:15 PM
DeVoe, M R ; Kleppel, G S TOOLS TO SUSTAIN THE INTEGRITY OF RAPIDLY URBANIZING ECOSYSTEMS IN THE COASTAL SOUTHEAST

4:30 PM
Threlkeld, S T ; Greening, H ONLINE STRATEGIES FOR DELIVERING SCIENCE TO MANAGERS: RECENT EXPERIENCES WITH THE COASTAL SCIENCES JOURNAL ESTUARIES

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:30 PM
Sokolov, A V ; Rodriguez Medina, M A ; Wulff, F V THE BALTIC ENVIRONMENTAL DATABASE AND TOOLS FOR DATA ANALYSIS

4:30 PM
Kim, E W ; Park, M K ; Levandowsky, M PHYTOPLANKTON OF THE LOWER HUDSON AND EAST RIVERS, NY: THE INFORMATION CONTENT OF CATEGORICAL DATA

4:30 PM
Yarincik, K M ; O'Dor, R CENSUS OF MARINE LIFE: MARINE BIOGEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

4:30 PM
Bailey , B A ; Pershing, A J DEVELOPING ECOLOGICAL FORECASTS FROM TIME-SERIES DATA

4:30 PM
Fujieki, L A ; Karl, D M HOT-DOGS: A USER-FRIENDLY INTERFACE FOR ACCESS TO THE HAWAII OCEAN TIME-SERIES DATA

4:30 PM
Adolf, J E ; Jordan, C J ; Miller, W D ; Mallonee, M E ; Harding, L W PHYTOPLANKTON FLORAL COMPOSITION AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN CHESAPEAKE BAY, USA

4:30 PM
Ainley, D ; Spear, L ; Tynan, C ; Barth, J ; Pierce, S ; Cowles, T OCCURRENCE PATTERNS OF SEABIRDS IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT: MODELING PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL HABITAT FEATURES

 
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