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WHOI Poster Sessions

Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

Monday, February 24, 2014
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

On the Fate and Impact of Mesoscale Eddies in the Western North Pacific: Observations and Laboratory Experiments
Magdalena Andres, Physical Oceanography
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Fidelity and Migration of Basking Sharks in the Atlantic
Camrin Braun, Biology
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Deep-sea Hydrothermal Plumes: Chemical, Microbial, and Physical Controls on Mass and Energy Transfer Between the Lithosphere and the Ocean
John “Chip” Breier, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
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Exports: Implementation Plan for a NASA Field Campaign for Quantifying the Biological Pump from Satellite Observables
Ken Buesseler, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Diagnosing the Warming of the Northeastern U.S. Coastal Ocean in 2012: Integrated Data Analysis and Numerical Modeling
Ke Chen, Physical Oceanography
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Leveraging Genomics to Predict and Guide Marine Metabolomics Studies
Cara Fiore, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Regional Variations in the Influence of Mesoscale Ocean Eddies on Near-Surface Chlorophyll
Peter Gaube, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
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The Impact of Ocean Acidification on Marine Planktonic Calcification, the Road to Explicit Calcifiers in CESM V1.2
David Glover, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Recent Advances in Geochemical and Biological Sampling Instrumentation: From Remote and Autonomous Vehicles to the CLIO Biogeochemical Profiler
Daniel Gomez-Ibanez, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
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Do Different Larval Source Populations Influence Recruitment Windows in the Barnarcle Semibalanus Balanoides?
Annette Govindarajan, Biology
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Determining Oxygen Utilization Rates in the Eastern Subtropical North Atlantic Main Thermocline Using an Age Tracer Hybrid Inverse Model
William Jenkins, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Coupling Targeted and Untargeted Metabolomics to Understand the Impact of Carbon Substrate on the Metabolism of Ruegeria Pomeroyi
Winifred Johnson, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Access to Marine Primary Production Data and Metadata in the BCO-DMO Repository Danie Kinkade, Biology
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Marine Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Composition Drives the Production and Chemical Speciation of Brominated Very Short-Lived Substances
Yina Liu, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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High Resolution, in Situ pH and Oxygen Fluxes Using a New Eddy Correlation System to Examine Ocean Acidification and Ecosystem Metabolism
Matthew Long, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Continuous, Autonomous Measurement of the CO2 System in Waquoit Bay, MA
Daniel McCorkle, Geology & Geophysics
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Distributed Source Physics of Internal Tide Horizontal Beam Patterns Near Shelfbreak Canyons
Weifeng Gordon Zhang, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering

Tuesday, February 25, 2014
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Halocine Sediments of Deep Hypersaline Anoxic Basins Support Protist and Fungal Populations
Joan Bernhard, Geology & Geophysics
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A Perspective on Climate and Oceanographic Drivers of Coral Resilience in the Halmahera Sea
Cabell Davis, Biology
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Coral Bioerosion Enhanced by Ocean Acidification and Nutrients
Thomas DeCarlo, Geology & Geophysics
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Rapid Extraction of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon from Seawater and Groundwater Samples for Radiocarbon Dating
Kalina Gospodinova, Geology & Geophysics
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Communicating Oceanography from Research Vessels
Benjamin Harden, Physical Oceanography
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The Effect of Nutrient Enrichment on Primary Production in Salt Marsh Tidal Creeks: Insights from Triple Oxygen Isotopes
Evan Howard, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Observing Zooplankton Swimming Behavior and Imposed Flow at Sub-mm Scales
Houshuo Jiang, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
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Using Imaging Flow Cytometry to Examine Diatom Assemblages in the Chukchi Sea
Samuel Laney, Biology
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Eddy-Resolving Two-Phase Flow Simulations of Two-Layer Fluid Mud Mixture at the Seabed
Celalettin Ozdemir, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
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Meta-omics Reveal New Insights into Microbial Community Activities along Deep-Sea Redoxclines and Adaptations to Hypersalitity
Maria Pachiadaki, Geology & Geophysics
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Spectral and Chromatographic Characterization of Acylated Polysaccharide (APS) in High Molecular Weight Marine DOM
Daniel Repeta, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Untargeted and Targeted Metabolomics Methods for Marine Microorganisms
Melissa Soule, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Distinguishing between Preparation for Diapause and the Terminal Molt in C5 Copepodites of the Copepod Calanus Finmarchicus Using Gene Expression Profiling
Ann Tarrant, Biology
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Three-Dimensional Numerical Modeling of Sound Propagation and Scattering in the Deep Ocean with Elastic Bottoms
Ilya Udovydchenkov, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Broader Impacts Group: Student-Led Efforts to Bring Science Communication into the Graduate Education Process
Alice Alpert, Geology & Geophysics
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Seasonal to Interannual Variability of the Pacific Water Boundary Current in the Beaufort Sea
Eric Brugler, Physical Oceanography
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Ocean Acidification in the Northeast Pacific in the Past Decade
Sophie Chu, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Internannual Variability of Inner-Shelf Temperature in the Mid-Atlantic Bight
Thomas Connolly, Physical Oceanography
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The Role of Environmental Factors in Shaping the Genetic Diversity of the North Atlantic Emiliania Huxleyi-Coccolithovirus System
Marco Coolen, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Autonomous Observation of Submesoscale Structure within the Atlantic Salinity Maximum
David Fratantoni, Physical Oceanography
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Unraveling the role of the Coral Holobiont in Superoxide Production
Colleen Hansel, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Sediments as a Source of Iron in the Ross Sea: Sediment Characteristics and Particulate Iron
Phoebe Lam, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Linking Wind and Surface Salinity Fluctuations on the Northwest Atlantic Shelf: Mechanism and Implications
Yun Li, Biology
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Toward Understanding the Role of Northeast Monsoon Circulation in the Indian Ocean Carbon Budget
Alison MacDonald, Physical Oceanography
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Porites Astreoides Corals Influence Reef Water Bacterioplankton Communities
Sean McNally, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Comparative Genomics of Endozoicomonas, a Dominant Coral-Associated Bacteria
Matthew Neave, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Bioavailability of Mineral Iron-57 to HNLC Surface Communities
Daniel Ohnemus, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Large Heat Loss in the Irminger Sea Forced by Strong Downslope Wind Events in SE Greenland
Marilena Oltmanns, Physical Oceanography
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Flow of Pacific Water in the Western Chukchi Sea: Results from the RUSALCA 2009 Expedition
Maria Pisareva, Physical Oceanography
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Cessation of Arctic Decadal Variability During Periods of Climate Warming
Andrey Proshutinsky, Physical Oceanography
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Observations of the Upper Ocean Flow Field and Sea-Ice Dynamics in the Beaufort Gyre from 2005-2013 from Moored Instrumentation
Daniel Torres, Physical Oceanography
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Lipid Connections between Viral Termination of Coccolithophore Blooms and Carbon Export
Benjamin van Mooy, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Coral Snot: Exploring the Chemical Interplay between Coral Mucus and Microbes
Laura Weber, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry

Thursday, February 27, 2014
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Identifying Underlying Mechanisms for Acidification Tolerance in Reef-Building Corals
Hannah Barkley, Geology & Geophysics
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BCO-DMO: Improving Data Discovery and Access for Ocean Science Research
Cynthia Chandler, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Regeneration of FE(II) by Protist Grazing in the Ocean
Alice Chapman, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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An Atlantic Sea Scallop Integrated Assessment Model to Explore Ocean Acidification and Temperature Rise
Sarah Cooley, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Eddy Seeding in the Labrador Sea: A Submerged Autonomous Launch Platform Application
Heather Furey, Physical Oceanography
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Progress in Data Discovery and Access
Robert Groman, Biology
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Mineralogy and Composition of Calcium Carbonate Skeletons Determined by High-Resolution X-Ray Powder Diffraction and Rietveld Refinement
Angela Helbling, Geology & Geophysics
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Ocean Circulation and Reef Fish Connectivity: Kimbe Bay Case Study
Rubao Ji, Biology
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Anthropogenic Mercury in the Ocean Estimated from Water Column Measurements
Carl Lamborg, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Characterization of a Strong Scattering Layer in the Northeast Pacific
Andone Lavery, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
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Development and Test Deployments of an Animal-Borne ‘Sonar Tag’ for Quantifying Prey
Gareth Lawson, Biology
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Succession Following Eruptive Disturbance in Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Metacommunity: Alternative Stable State or Return to Status Quo?
Susan Mills, Biology
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Mercury Species Concentrations and Fluxes in the Tropical and Equatorial Central Pacific Ocean
Kathleen Munson, Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
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Integrating Direct and Isotopic Measures of Animal Movements to Estimate the Winter Distribution of Antarctic Marine Predators
Michael Polito, Biology
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BCO-DMO Management of U.S. GEOTRACES Trace Element and Isotope Data
Shannon Rauch, Biology
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Coupled Physical-Biological Numerical Modeling of the Migration of American Eel Larvae
Irina Rypina, Physical Oceanography
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No Two Canyons Alike: Differences in Diverse Faunal and Habitat Assemblages Among Northeast Atlantic Submarine Canyons
Timothy Shank, Biology
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Are Coupled Biophysical Models Able to Adequately Describe Larval Dispersal in Reef Fishes? An Empirical Test from Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea
Simon Thorrold, Biology
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Potential Vorticity in the Gulf Stream and Loop Current
Robert Todd, Physical Oceanography
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Real-Time Detection and Classification of Oceanographic Events in Underwater Sensor Networks
Beatrice Tomasi, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
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Diving Behavior of Oyster Larvae (Crassostrea Virginica) in Response to Local Hydrodynamic Triggers
Jeanette Wheeler, Biology
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Last updated: February 19, 2014