SS9.07 Oceans and Human Health

Session Organizer(s):
Sunny, Jiang
University of California
sjiang@uci.edu

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 323 A

10:30 AM
Colwell, R OCEANS AND HUMAN HEALTH: A SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THE SEA?

11:00 AM
Dearry, A INITIATION OF RESEARCH CENTERS ON OCEANS AND HUMAN HEALTH

11:15 AM
Holden, P A CHARTING THE COURSE OF HUMAN WASTE MIGRATION, FROM WATERSHEDS THROUGH COASTAL WATERS

11:30 AM
Anderson, C R ; Brzezinski, M A ; Siegel, D A ; Washburn, L ; Guillocheau, N ARE HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE VARIABILITY IN PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES COMPOSITION DURING SPRING BLOOMS IN THE SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL?

11:45 AM
Griffin, D W ; Kellogg, C A ; Garrison, V H ; Shinn, E A ; Kubilay, N ; Kocak, M DESERT DUST IN EARTH’S ATMOSPHERE: THE IMPACT ON OCEAN AND HUMAN HEALTH

1:30 PM
Fujioka, R S ; Unutoa, T M COMPARATIVE STABILITY AND GROWTH REQUIREMENTS OF S.AUREUS VERSUS FECAL BACTERIA IN SEAWATER

1:45 PM
Kim, J H ; Grant, S B PUBLIC MIS-NOTIFICATION OF COASTAL WATER QUALITY: A PROBABILISTIC EVALUATION OF POSTING ERRORS AT HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIFORNIA

2:00 PM
Casper, E T ; Paul, J H ; Smith, M C CONCENTRATION, DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF ENTEROVIRUSES IN MARINE COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS BY REAL-TIME NASBA

2:15 PM
Lipp, E K ; Griffin, D W PATTERNS OF SEWAGE CONTAMINATION IN CORAL REEFS OF THE FLORIDA KEYS: HUMAN AND OCEAN HEALTH LINKAGES

2:30 PM
Lawrence, J E ; Brussaard, C P ; Suttle, C A FLOW-CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF HETEROSIGMA AKASHIWO PERMITS RAPID DETECTION OF VIRAL INFECTIONS

2:45 PM
Jiang, S ; Grant, S B ; Largier, J ; Noble, M ; Digiacomo, P ; Clark, C ; Sobsey, M ; Redman, J ; Noblet, J INTEGRATION OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY AND REMOTE SENSING TO ILLUMINATE THE SOURCES AND TRANSPORT PATHWAYS OF URBAN COASTAL POLLUTION

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

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

2:45 PM
Schaeffer, B A ; Kamykowski, D ; Milligan, E J ; McKay, L L ; Sinclair, G KARENIA BREVIS LIPID PATTERNS DURING DIEL VERTICAL MIGRATION IN NITRATE DEPLETE AND REPLETE MESOCOSMS

2:45 PM
Pierce, R H ; Henry, M S ; Blum, P C ; Hamel, S L CHANGES IN THE COMPOSITION OF HARMFUL ALGAL TOXINS DURING BUBBLE-MEDIATED PRODUCTION OF BIOTOXIN-CONTAINING MARINE AEROSOL IN THE SURF ZONE

2:45 PM
Dalpra, D ; Kirkpatrick, B ; Fleming, L E ; Backer, L ; Wanner, A ; Bean , J ; Abraham, W ; Zais, J ; Bossart, G ; Baden, D G AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDY TO EXAMINE THE EFFECTS OF THE AEROSOLIZED FLORIDA RED TIDE TOXINS ON PEOPLE WITH REACTIVE AIRWAY DISEASE.

2:45 PM
Scholin, C ; Marin III, R ; Jensen, S ; Feldman, J ; Roman, B ; Massion, E THE ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLE PROCESSOR (ESP): A NOVEL DEVICE FOR DETECTING MICROORGANISMS REMOTELY, SUBSURFACE, IN NEAR REAL TIME

2:45 PM
Fowler, T L ; Tice, A D ; Ishikawa, A ; Fujioka, R S DETECTION OF METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS (MRSA) IN POPULAR MARINE RECREATIONAL BEACHES IN HAWAII

2:45 PM
Vigilant, V L ; Silver, M W HOW ARE OCEANOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS RELATED TO THE PRESENCE OF DOMOIC ACID, A HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM TOXIN, IN BENTHIC FISH IN MONTEREY BAY, CA, USA?

2:45 PM
Antrobus, R J ; Silver, M W TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF NUTRIENTS AND PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AS THEY RELATE TO THE PRESENCE OF ALEXANDRIUM CATENELLA, A HAB SPECIES

2:45 PM
O'Connor, A ; Clark, C D ; Foley, D ; De Bruyn, W CORRELATION BETWEEN FECAL INDICATOR BACTERIA LEVELS AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF COLORED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) IN POLLUTED COASTAL WATERS

 
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