SS13 Oral: SI Fluxes in Aquatic Environments and Their Importanceas a Component of Global Change
 
Friday, Feb. 5   Location: Sweeney #4
 
02:00 - 02:15pm   FLUCTUATING SILICATE:NITRATE RATIOS AND COASTAL PLANKTON FOOD WEBS
 
02:15 - 02:30pm   Si:N DISTROPHY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR COASTAL PHYTOPLANKTON: MODULATION BY P AVAILABILITY
 
02:30 - 02:45pm   FLUXES OF DISSOLVED SI FROM THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHED: MORE LIMITING OVER TIME?
 
02:45 - 03:00pm   DO BENTHIC SUSPENSION FEEDERS MODIFY SI CYCLE ?
 
03:30 - 03:45pm   DETERMINATION OF THE CHEMICAL FORM OF DISSOLVED Si TAKEN UP BY DIATOMS
 
03:45 - 04:00pm   DIATOM SPECIES REACTIONS TO SILICA DEPLETION IN THE GREAT LAKES
 
04:00 - 04:15pm   SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF SILICA IN THE BALTIC SEA SEDIMENTS
 
04:15 - 04:30pm   TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF SILICA IN NORTHWESTERN USA WATERSHEDS
 
04:30 - 04:45pm   BIOGENIC SILICA PRODUCTION ALONG THE EASTERN MARGIN OF THE NORTH PACIFIC GYRE
 
04:45 - 05:00pm   NEW AND REGENERATED NITROGEN PRODUCTION BY PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES FROM A COASTAL UPWELLING REGIME IN THE NORTHEASTERN PACIFIC: COMPARISON TO BIOGENIC SILICA PRODUCTION