2008 OSM Schedule at a Glance

Please click on a session title to see its detailed schedule. You may also navigate the program in a numerically-ordered list format. Activities, Town Hall Meetings, Workshops and other events will be added as information becomes available.

All Ocean Sciences Meeting activities including oral and poster sessions are located in the West Building of the Orange County Convention Center.

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Saturday, 01 March

All Day LOCO - Data Workshop (OCC) All Day
 

Sunday, 02 March

All Day LOCO - Data Workshop - Con't from Saturday (OCC), ,
CoOP Meeting - Coastal Ocean Processes (OCC),
National Federation of Regional Associates for Ocean & Coastal Observing Retreat (OCC)
All Day
19:00-
21:00
Opening Welcome Mixer Reception 19:00-
21:00

Monday, 03 March Tuesday, 04 March Wednesday, 05 March Thursday, 06 March Friday, 07 March

Room W304 A/B W304 C/D W304 E/F W108 W101 W102 W205 B/C W202 W105 W304 G/H W110 W204 W203 W109 B W109 A W103 Room
08:00-
10:30
119: Operational Oceanography: Assimilation, Modeling, and Applications in Coastal/Estuarine Ecosystems and Living Marine Resources 022: Trace Metal Biogeochemistry - Interactions Between Atmosphere and Ocean 021: Biological Oceanography, Marine Biology: General 025: Taxon-specific Biogeochemistry in Aquatic Systems – Who does what? 179: Marine Predator Hot Spots 192: Human Impact in Large Connected Ecosystems: Watershed-Coastal Coupling 120: Oceans and Human Health: Identifying and Understanding Ocean Health Benefits and Threats 028: Nearshore Processes 183: Interannual Trends in Phytoplankton Dynamics in Coastal Ecosystems 088: Characterization and Modeling of Ocean Features 157: Arctic Sea Ice Variability Interacted with Atmospheric and Ocean Circulation Patterns 058: Oceanic Observations and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics 052: Synthesis of Coupled Physical-ecosystem Dynamics and Linkages to Environmental Forcing On Event to Climate 068: Oceanic Overflows and Dense Gravity Currents: Observations, Modeling and Parameterization 059: Eddies, Fronts and Sub-Mesoscale Processes In The Upper Ocean 042: Outreach in Ocean Sciences - Taking the Ocean to the Classroom 08:00-
10:30
10:30-
13:30
Break, Plenary: David M. Rubin, Lunch 10:30-
13:30
12:00-
13:30
IMBER Project (W101), NOAA Town Hall: Ecosystems Based Ocean Research (W105), DIMES Town Hall (W103) 12:00-
13:30
12:15-
13:15
Princeton Ocean Model Meeting (W108) 12:15-
13:15
13:30-
15:30
119: Operational Oceanography: Assimilation, Modeling, and Applications in Coastal/Estuarine Ecosystems and Living ;Marine Resources 022: Trace Metal Biogeochemistry - Interactions Between Atmosphere and Ocean 142: Nutrient Cycling at the Sediment-water Interface 025: Taxon-specific Biogeochemistry in Aquatic Systems – Who does what? 180: Long-term Ecological Research in the Deep Sea 196: Impacts of Everglades Restoration on the South Florida Coastal Marine Environment 120: Oceans and Human Health: Identifying and Understanding Ocean Health Benefits and Threats 134: Toward Integrating Source-to-Sink Field Studies of Sediment Dispersal Systems 005: Role of the Oceans in Climate Variability Over the Americas 154: Forecast, Predictability and Data Assimilation 200: Committee's Choice 058: Oceanic Observations and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics 052: Synthesis of Coupled Physical-ecosystem Dynamics and Linkages to Environmental Forcing On Event to Climate 182: Variability and Trends in Oceanic Oxygen: From a Tracer of Biological Production to a Bellwether of Climate 059: Eddies, Fronts and Sub-Mesoscale Processes In The Upper Ocean 077: Education and Outreach Using Ocean Observing Systems. 13:30-
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15:30-
16:00
Break 15:30-
16:00
16:00-
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119: Operational Oceanography: Assimilation, Modeling, and Applications in Coastal/Estuarine Ecosystems and Living Marine Resources 022: Trace Metal Biogeochemistry - Interactions Between Atmosphere and Ocean 102: The Gulf of Maine: Biogeochemical and Ecosystem Dynamics, Land-Water Interface Exchanges, Physical and Biological Coupling, and Human Induced Change 025: Taxon-specific Biogeochemistry in Aquatic Systems – Who does what? 198: Impacts and Interactions of Soft-bottom Benthic Systems 196: Impacts of Everglades Restoration on the South Florida Coastal Marine Environment 120: Oceans and Human Health: Identifying and Understanding Ocean Health Benefits and Threats 165: Advances in Coastal Morphodynamics: From Estuaries and Beaches to Deltas and Shelves 056: Ecosystem Research Informing Management Decisions 098: Contribution of Data Assimilation to Ocean Modeling 089: Groundwater Inputs to the Ocean 105: Diurnal Variability in the Surface Ocean and in Air-Sea Interaction 052: Synthesis of Coupled Physical-ecosystem Dynamics and Linkages to Environmental Forcing On Event to Climate 068: Oceanic Overflows and Dense Gravity Currents: Observations, Modeling and Parameterization (continued from morning) 059: Eddies, Fronts and Sub-Mesoscale Processes In The Upper Ocean 077: Education and Outreach Using Ocean Observing Systems. 16:00-
17:30
17:30-
19:30
Monday Poster Sessions (West Exhibit Hall A1 & A2) 17:30-
19:30
   
19:30-
21:30
NOPP Community Sediment-Transport Model Town Hall (W311A), OACOM - Open Access Town Hall (W102), Consortium for Ocean Leadership Town Hall (W105),
TOS Anniversary Reception (W311B), UM RSMAS Town Hall (W103), Arctic Marine Biodiversity IPY Cluster Meeting (W101)
19:30-
21:30
20:00-
22:00
Reception for Alumni & Friends of the University of Delaware College of Marine & Earth Studies (Rosen Plaza Hotel, Salon 9) 20:00-
22:00
21:30-
 
UM RSMAS Reception - Following Town Hall (W103) 21:30-

Monday, 03 March Tuesday, 04 March Wednesday, 05 March Thursday, 06 March Friday, 07 March

Room W304 A/B W304 C/D W304 E/F W108 W101 W102 W205 B/C W202 W105 W304 G/H W110 W204 W203 W109 B W109 A W103 Room
08:00-
10:30
139: Applications of Remote Sensing Data for Assessing and Monitoring Coastal and Inland Water Quality 079: Photobiogeochemistry: Shedding Light on Biogeochemical Cycles from Rivers to the Se 197: New Perspectives in Silicon Cycling; from Rivers to Seas and Sediments 110: Transport and Mixing in Flows Through Aquatic Vegetation 094: Coastal Ocean Modeling and Prediction 011: River-dominated Ocean Margins in the Context of Climate Change 084: Harmful Algal Blooms: Interactive Influence of Nutrient Competition, Differential Grazing, and Other Causative 028: Nearshore Processes (continued from Monday) 173: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Larval Dispersion and Connectivity 040: Ecosystem in Sea Ice Influenced Areas 003: Ocean Acidification: Causes and Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes, Biota and Climate 032: Oceanic Flows Past Sea Mountains and Islands and Their Marine Environmental Impacts 034: Climate Impacts on Sub-polar Seas: Mechanisms of Change and Evidence of Response 067: Variability and Mixing Near Topography 059: Eddies, Fronts and Sub-Mesoscale Processes In The Upper Ocean 001: ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium 08:00-
10:30
10:30-
13:30
Break, Plenary: Broecker; Lunch 10:30-
13:30
12:00-
13:30
NOAA Tides and Currents Town Hall (W101), C6 Multi Sensor Platform & PhytoFlash Workshop (W102), Metadata Tutorials for Ocean Scientists Workshop (W105), Student Development Workshops (W311 E,F,G),
Understanding Climate Impacts in Sub-arctic Seas: Ecological Issues and Comparative Approaches Workshop (W203)
12:00-
13:30
12:15-
13:15
Princeton Ocean Model Meeting Continued (W108) 12:15-
13:15
13:00 Sverdrup Award Lecture - Victoria Fabry (W110) 13:00
13:30-
15:30
139: Applications of Remote Sensing Data for Assessing and Monitoring Coastal and Inland Water Quality 079: Photobiogeochemistry: Shedding Light on Biogeochemical Cycles from Rivers to the Se 197: New Perspectives in Silicon Cycling; from Rivers to Seas and Sediments 168: Small Mountainous Rivers: From the Watershed to the Global Ocean 094: Coastal Ocean Modeling and Prediction 104: Coastal Sensor Networks and Ocean Microbial Fuel Cell Technology 084: Harmful Algal Blooms: Interactive Influence of Nutrient Competition, Differential Grazing, and Other Causative 072: Nearshore and Coastal Regions: General 200: Committee's Choice 014: Polar Biogeochemistry 003: Ocean Acidification: Causes and Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes, Biota and Climate 017: Biophysical Interactions at Inertial and Dissipation Scales 057: Ocean-atmosphere Exchanges and Meridional Transports in Global Water and Energy Cycles 117: Turbulence, Mixing, and Multi-scale Interactions in Estuaries and Nearshore Environments 152: Lateral Mixing in the Ocean from Meters to Mesoscale 020: Underrepresented But Not Forgotten: How to Increase Student Diversity in Marine Scienc 13:30-
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16:00
Break 15:30-
16:00
16:00-
17:30
  096: Trace Metal Cycling Along the Ocean-continent Boundary: Benthic-pelagic Coupling 164: Improving Geosciences Education and Public Outreach: Sharing Strategic and Rewarding Approaches 051: Watersheds, Lakes, Rivers, Estuaries: General 135: What is Being Done in the Caribbean? Who, How and Why, Should We Be Partners? 104: Coastal Sensor Networks and Ocean Microbial Fuel Cell Technology 107: Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms: Regional and Comparative Studies of the GEOHAB and ECOHAB Programs 165: Advances in Coastal Morphodynamics: From Estuaries and Beaches to Deltas and Shelves (continued from Monday) 174: Sharing Scientific Ocean Drilling's Greatest Hits with Educators 014: Polar Biogeochemistry 003: Ocean Acidification: Causes and Impacts on Biogeochemical Processes, Biota and Climate 017: Biophysical Interactions at Inertial and Dissipation Scales 057: Ocean-atmosphere Exchanges and Meridional Transports in Global Water and Energy Cycles 117: Turbulence, Mixing, and Multi-scale Interactions in Estuaries and Nearshore Environments 012: Implicit and Adjoint Techniques and Their Application to Ocean Circulation and Biogeochemical Problems 001: ASLO Multicultural Program Student Symposium (continued from morning) 16:00-
17:30
17:30-
19:30
Tuesday Poster Sessions - West Exhibit Hall A1 & A2 17:30-
19:30
   
19:30-
21:30
GHRSST-PP Diurnal Variability 4th Workshop (W101), Charting the Course for an Ocean Research Priorities Plan & Implementation Strategy (W103), Ocean Observatories Initiative (W105),
Ocean Acidification: Towards an Interagency Approach (W108), Stony Brook Alumni Reception (W311B), VIMS Reception (W311C)
19:30-
21:30

Monday, 03 March Tuesday, 04 March Wednesday, 05 March Thursday, 06 March Friday, 07 March

Room W304 A/B W304 C/D W304 E/F W108 W101 W102 W205 B/C W202 W105 W304 G/H W110 W204 W203 W109 B W109 A W103 Room
08:00-
10:30
046: Operational Oceanography: Assimilation, Modeling, and Applications in the Global Ocean 162: Dynamics of Colored Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) in the Global Ocean 038: Progress in Mechanistic Modelling of the Ocean Carbon Cycle 141: Hydrodynamics and Morphodynamics of Marshes and Shallow Coastal Environments 171: U.S. GODAE: Ocean Prediction with the HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) 029: Ecology and Oceanography of Thin Plankton Layers 030: Environmental Records of Anthropogenic Impacts On Coastal Ecosystems 028: Nearshore Processes (continued from Tuesday) 189: The Census of Marine Life: Discoveries of Diversity, Abundance, and Distribution in the World's Oceans 173: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Larval Dispersion and Connectivity (continued from Tuesday) 024: Coastal Ocean Processes: Integration and Synthesis of Interdisciplinary Shelf Studies 137: Oceanic and Meteorological Measurements From Voluntary Observing Ships and Other Platforms of Opportunity 172: The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and Decadal Predictability 019: Mixing in the Ocean 151: Hurricane-generated Waves, Currents and Storm Surge 181: Novel Approaches for Improving Ocean Science Literacy in K-12 Classrooms 08:00-
10:30
10:30-
13:30
Break, Plenary: Falkowski, Lunch 10:30-
13:30
12:00-
13:30
ASLO EU-US Funding Panel (W101), Education & Outreach Workshop (W102), Metadata Tutorials for Ocean Scientists Workshop - Con't from Tuesday (W105), TOS Council Meeting (W311A),
MISST Project Team Meeting (W203), National Oceanographic Data Center: An Ocean of Data on Your Desktop Workshop (W103)
12:00-
13:30
12:15-
13:15
Princeton Ocean Model Meeting Continued (W108) 12:15-
13:15
13:30-
15:30
100: Operational Oceanography: Observing System Design & Implementation 162: Dynamics of Colored Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) in the Global Ocean 116: Confronting Marine Biogeochemical Models With Data: Approaches to Quantitative Evaluation and Calibration 006: Watersheds to the Global Ocean: Spaceborne Measurements of Water Surfaces and Modeling Flows 171: U.S. GODAE: Ocean Prediction with the HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) 029: Ecology and Oceanography of Thin Plankton Layers 013: Ridge-To-Reef: Impacts of Watershed Change on Tropical Coastal Ecosystems 124: Influence of Tropical Rivers on Oceanic Biogeochemical Cycles 031: Global Ocean Holozooplankton Diversity: Assessment, Analysis, and Prediction 159: Estuarine and Coastal Hydrodynamics: Advancement in Observational Technology and Modeling Development 024: Coastal Ocean Processes: Integration and Synthesis of Interdisciplinary Shelf Studies 036: Scientific Results from Global and Regional Ocean Syntheses 172: The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and Decadal Predictability 019: Mixing in the Ocean 151: Hurricane-generated Waves, Currents and Storm Surge 125: Collaborative Partnerships in Ocean Science Education 113:30-
15:30
15:30-
16:00
Break 15:30-
16:00
16:00-
17:30
100: Operational Oceanography: Observing System Design & Implementation 101: Towards Improved Predictive Modeling of DOM Cycling: From the Watershed to the Coastal Ocean 044: Interrelations Among the Chemistry, Geology and Biology of Hydrocarbon Seep Communities in the Deep Gulf of Mexico 006: Watersheds to the Global Ocean: Spaceborne Measurements of Water Surfaces and Modeling Flows 039: Real-Time Forecasting of Winds, Waves, and Storm Tides: From the Deep Ocean to the Watershed 128: Comparing Aquatic Ecosystems 186: Science at Aquarius: Multidisciplinary Studies of a Tropical Reef 165: Advances in Coastal Morphodynamics: From Estuaries and Beaches to Deltas and Shelves (continued from Tuesday) 070: Microbial Associations With Marine Invertebrates 159: Estuarine and Coastal Hydrodynamics: Advancement in Observational Technology and Modeling Development 024: Coastal Ocean Processes: Integration and Synthesis of Interdisciplinary Shelf Studies 036: Scientific Results from Global and Regional Ocean Syntheses 172: The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and Decadal Predictability 117: Turbulence, Mixing, and Multi-scale Interactions in Estuaries and Nearshore Environments (continued from Tuesday) 193: Seismic Oceanography 125: Collaborative Partnerships in Ocean Science Education 16:00-
17:30
17:30-
19:30
Wednesday Poster Sessions - West Exhibit Hall A1 & A2 17:30-
19:30
   
20:00-
22:00
Special Evening Science Communication Forum, "Does Science Really Matter?" 20:00-
22:00

Monday, 03 March Tuesday, 04 March Wednesday, 05 March Thursday, 06 March Friday, 07 March

Room W304 A/B W304 C/D W304 E/F W108 W101 W102 W205 B/C W202 W105 W304 G/H W110 W204 W203 W109 B W109 A W103 Room
08:00-
10:30
106: Operational Applications of Ocean Satellite Observations 092: Nitrogen Supply in the Oligotrophic Ocean 037: Transport, Biogeochemistry, and Ecology in Permeable Sediments 108: Controls on Carbon Biogeochemistry and Fluxes and Their Associated Scales of Variability in Ocean Margins 021: Biological Oceanography, Marine Biology: General (continued from Monday) 188: Estuarine Impacts, Resilience and Recovery 054: Sediment Transport in Lakes, Estuaries, and Shallow Shelves 028: Nearshore Processes (continued from Wednesday) 074: Influence of Recent Changes in the Arctic 008: Decadal Variations in Ocean Interior Circulation, Water Masses, and Biogeochemistry - Results From The CLIVAR/CO2 Repeat Hydrography Program 173: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Larval Dispersion and Connectivity (continued from Wednesday) 143: Meso- and Smaller-Scale Processes in the Coastal Ocean: Challenges for Monitoring and Prediction 050: Dynamics of Estuarine Circulations and River Plumes: From Process Studies to Predictive Models 169: Global Mode and Intermediate Waters: Their Physics, Biogeochemistry, and Variability 019: Mixing in the Ocean 033: Unresolved Problems of ENSO Dynamics: Past, Present, Future 08:00-
10:30
10:30-13:30 Break, Plenary: Spinrad, Lunch, From Ship to Shore to the Media: A Workshop on Science Journalism (12:00-13:30) 10:30-
13:30
12:00-
13:30
ASLO Public Policy Workshop (W101), Remote Sensing Systems (W102), From Ship to Shore to the Media: A Workshop on Science Journalism (W105), Ecological Forecasts: Barriers to Transition and Operations Town Hall (W108),
Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry Program (W103), Student Development Workshops (W311 E,F,G), TOS Business Meeting (W311A)
12:00-
13:30
13:30-
15:30
191: In Situ Optical Properties for the Investigation of Particle Dynamics 092: Nitrogen Supply in the Oligotrophic Ocean 037: Transport, Biogeochemistry, and Ecology in Permeable Sediments 108: Controls on Carbon Biogeochemistry and Fluxes and Their Associated Scales of Variability in Ocean Margins 018: The Aquatic Gel Phase, Its Role in Biogeochemical Cycles 188: Estuarine Impacts, Resilience and Recovery 054: Sediment Transport in Lakes, Estuaries, and Shallow Shelves 097: Tsunami and Storm Inundation and Sediment Transport 129: The Ecosystem of the Beaufort Sea 091: California Current Ecosystem Dynamics – The Role of Climate Variability 200: Committee's Choice 133: Ocean Modeling in the Eddying Regime 178: Structure and Function of River Plumes in Coastal Margins 169: Global Mode and Intermediate Waters: Their Physics, Biogeochemistry, and Variability 019: Mixing in the Ocean 114: New Directions for Funding and the Future of US Oceanographic Institutions 13:30-
15:30
15:30-
16:00
Break 15:30-
16:00
16:00-
17:30
191: In Situ Optical Properties for the Investigation of Particle Dynamics 092: Nitrogen Supply in the Oligotrophic Ocean 037: Transport, Biogeochemistry, and Ecology in Permeable Sediments 108: Controls on Carbon Biogeochemistry and Fluxes and Their Associated Scales of Variability in Ocean Margins 061: From Transcripts to Transcriptomes: RNA Abundance, Persistence and Degradation in the Marine Environment 194: Hypoxia in Estuaries and the Coastal Ocean: Commonalities, Comparisons, Contradictions, Climate Change 078: Northern Gulf of Mexico Landscape Change and Natural Hazards 165: Advances in Coastal Morphodynamics: From Estuaries and Beaches to Deltas and Shelves (continued from Wednesday) 053: Arctic Marine Communities and Biodiversity 091: California Current Ecosystem Dynamics – The Role of Climate Variability 064: Linkages Between Climate, Upwelling and Anoxia: The Cariaco Basin and Similar Systems 133: Ocean Modeling in the Eddying Regime 085: The Nordic Seas and the North Atlantic's Subpolar Gyre: Similarities, Differences, and Interconnection 169: Global Mode and Intermediate Waters: Their Physics, Biogeochemistry, and Variability 117: Turbulence, Mixing, and Multi-scale Interactions in Estuaries and Nearshore Environments (continued from Wednesday) 045: Marine Aquaculture - What are the Burning Environmental Issues and Solutions? 16:00-
17:30
17:30-
19:30
Thursday Poster Sessions - West Exhibit Hall A1 & A2 17:30-
19:30
   
19:30-
21:30
M POWIR (W101), Metadata Tutorials for Ocean Scientists Workshop - Con't from Wednesday (W102), Future Challenges in Marine Organic Geochemistry (W103),
Computed Tomography & Marine Geosciences (W105), Northern Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Modeling Discussion (W108)
19:30-
21:30
19:30-
23:00
Special Evening at EPCOT (optional) 19:30-
23:00
20:00-
22:00
Evening Discussion with Hollywood Filmmaker, Randy Olson, "True Confessions: I am an Impaired Mass Communicator" (W109B) 20:00-
22:00

Monday, 03 March Tuesday, 04 March Wednesday, 05 March Thursday, 06 March Friday, 07 March

Room W304 A/B W304 C/D W304 E/F W108 W101 W102 W205 B/C W202 W105 W304 G/H W110 W204 W203 W109 B W109 A W103 Room
08:00-
10:30
149: The Absolute Accuracy of Space-borne Sea Surface Temperature 153: Research Ocean Observatories: Progress and Emerging Technologies 073: Applications and Technological Developments of High Frequency Radar for Coastal Oceanography 158: Time-series Observations of Biogeochemical Processes and Their Long Term Trends 123: Molecular Approaches to Study Interactions Between Organisms in Aquatic Environments: Current Progress and Future Directions 055: Fidelity and Metrics of Ocean Models in Climate Simulations 065: Advances in the Application of Chemical Biomarkers in Aquatic Ecosystems 144: Coral Reefs: Impacts of Environmental Alterations and Climate Change on Coral Biology and Biogeochemistry, and Links Between Dissolved Organic Matter 187: Mercury Pollution: Towards a Holistic Appraisal of Sources, Environmental Cycling, Biotic Exposure, Consequences, and Management 090: UV Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems: Integration at Multiple Trophic Levels 085: The Nordic Seas and the North Atlantic's Subpolar Gyre: Similarities, Differences, and Interconnection (continued from Thursday) 176: The Inner Shelf: Connecting the Shore to the Coastal Ocean 086: Nonlinear Internal Wave Observations, Dynamics, and Acoustic Impacts 081: Ocean Salinity in Climate and Ocean Dynamics 010: Physical Oceanography and Limnology: General 056: Ecosystem Research Informing Management Decisions 08:00-
10:30
10:30-
13:30
Break, Plenary: Heiskenen, Lunch 10:30-
13:30
12:00-
13:30
Discussion on the Current & Future Needs of the Ocean Science, Technology & Operations Workforce (W103), Ocean Time Series Town Hall (W108) 12:00-
13:30
13:30-
15:30
023: Space-Based Measurements of Ocean Climate Change 153: Research Ocean Observatories: Progress and Emerging Technologies 073: Applications and Technological Developments of High Frequency Radar for Coastal Oceanography 158: Time-series Observations of Biogeochemical Processes and Their Long Term Trends 146: Changing Chemistry of Estuaries, Coasts, and the Ocean 071: Predicting the Impact of Climate Change on Marine Population Connectivity 065: Advances in the Application of Chemical Biomarkers in Aquatic Ecosystems 144: Coral Reefs: Impacts of Environmental Alterations and Climate Change on Coral Biology and Biogeochemistry, and Links Between Dissolved Organic Matter 194: Hypoxia in Estuaries and the Coastal Ocean: Commonalities, Comparisons, Contradictions, Climate Change 041: Juvenile Copepods in Planktonic Communities 085: The Nordic Seas and the North Atlantic's Subpolar Gyre: Similarities, Differences, and Interconnection 062: Interaction of Riverine-Marine Systems 086: Nonlinear Internal Wave Observations, Dynamics, and Acoustic Impacts 016: How Does the Subtropical North Atlantic Transfer Heat, Cycle Nutrients and Uptake Carbon? 015: Interactions Between the Kuroshio and Marginal Seas of China and Their Environmental Impact 093: The Ocean Science, Technology, and Operations Workforce 13:30-
15:30
15:30-
16:00
Break 15:30-
16:00
16:00-
17:30
148: Multi-Sensor Sea Surface Temperature Analyses 153: Research Ocean Observatories: Progress and Emerging Technologies 066: Linking Ecosystem Health to Marine Animal Health 049: Open Ocean Time-series Data: A Tool to Observe Temporal Variability of Biogeochemical Processes 021: Biological Oceanography, Marine Biology: General (continued from Thursday) 071: Predicting the Impact of Climate Change on Marine Population Connectivity 065: Advances in the Application of Chemical Biomarkers in Aquatic Ecosystems   194: Hypoxia in Estuaries and the Coastal Ocean: Commonalities, Comparisons, Contradictions, Climate Change 112: Natural Iron Fertilization in the Southern Ocean, and Implications for the Biological Carbon Pum   145: Ocean Circulation Using Satellite Gravimetry and Altimetry 086: Nonlinear Internal Wave Observations, Dynamics, and Acoustic Impacts 016: How Does the Subtropical North Atlantic Transfer Heat, Cycle Nutrients and Uptake Carbon? 010: Physical Oceanography and Limnology: General (continued from morning) 076: Watersheds and Coral Reefs: Science, Policy and Implementation 16:00-
17:30

Withdrawals are not reflected on this schedule. All cancellations will be noted on the addendum. If you have previously contacted us to cancel your participation at the meeting, we have your request and will note all cancellations on the program addendum.