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Meeting agenda and presentation files
Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program Ocean Acidification Principal Investigators' Meeting, March 22-24 2011

Meeting agenda (PDF, 128KB) and abstract booklet (PDF, 65.5MB)
Attendees' project intro slides (PDF, 8.4 MB)

Day 1.  Tuesday March 22

  7:30 –   8:30

Continental Breakfast

  8:30 –   8:45

Welcome, Introduction, Logistics, Announcements (Kleypas, NCAR)

  8:45 –   9:00

Meeting Goals and Structure (Kleypas)
Slides (PDF, 4.2 MB)
Video (.WMV, 108 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:00 – 10:00

Theme 1: Paleo & Proxies / Modeling (Chair: Benway, WHOI)

  9:00

Plenary Talk:  Constraints from the Past (Hoenisch, LDEO)
Slides, (PDF, 9.1 MB)
Video (.WMV, 133 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:30

Synthesis of Paleo Projects  (Benway)
Slides (PDF, 2.3 MB) Video (.WMV, 58 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:45

Panel Discussion Paleo, Proxies
Video (.WMV, 79 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

10:00 – 10:30

Break

10:30 – 12:00

Theme 2: Observations & Monitoring  (CHAIR: Robbins, USGS/Feely, NOAA)

10:30

Plenary Talk: An National Ocean Observing System for Ocean Acidification (Feely)
Slides (PDF, 7.2 MB)
Video (.WMV, 133 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:00

Synthesis of Facilities, Sensors & Platforms  (Sabine, NOAA)
Slides (PDF, 6.9 MB)
Video (.WMV, 48 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:15

Synthesis of Observations Research Projects (Robbins)
Slides (PPTX, 27.1 MB) Video (.WMV, 58 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:30

Panel Discussion of Facilities, Sensors, Platforms and Observations
Video (.WMV, 78 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

12:00-12:15

CGBD Update on OA Public Opinion Research (Lisa Dropkin, Edge Research)
Video (.WMV, 54 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

12:15-12:20

Breakout instructions

12:20 –   1:30

Lunch

  1:30 – 5:00

Breakouts

  1:30

Breakout Session I

Improving science through stronger collaborations, facilities, and infrastructure.
(Discussion questions, PDF 88KB)
(Discussion summary, PDF 260 KB)

Breakout Session II

Ocean acidification and society: making OA human-relevant via science, communication, capacity building
(Discussion questions, PDF 88 KB)
(Discussion summary, PDF 192 KB)

  3:15 –   3:45

Break

  3:45

Breakouts continued

  5:00 –   7:00

Hors d’oeuvres reception and Poster Session

 

Dinner on your own

 

Day 2.  Wednesday March 23

  7:30 –   8:30

Continental Breakfast

  8:30 –   10:00

Theme 3: Physiological responses to OA (Chair: Kleypas)

  8:30

Plenary Talk:  Organismal & Evolutionary Biology in OA Research (Ron Burton, SIO)
Slides (PDF, 4.2 MB)
Video (.WMV, 127 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:00

Synthesis of unicellular organism physiology (Kleypas)
Slides (PDF, 16.2 MB) Video (.WMV, 49 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:15

Panel Discussion
Video (.WMV, 62 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:30

Synthesis of multicellular organism physiology (Hofmann, UCSB)
Slides (PDF, 7.1 MB)
Video (.WMV, 55.1 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:45

Panel Discussion
Video (.WMV, 69 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

10:00 – 10:30

Break

10:30 – 12:00

Theme 4: Ecology & System Responses to OA (Chair: Langdon, U.Miami)

10:30

Plenary: Ecological Responses to OA (Gaylord, UC Davis)
Slides (PDF, 3.1 MB)
Video (.WMV, 137 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:00

Synthesis of ecology projects (Langdon)
Slides (PDF, 188 KB)
Video (.WMV, 31 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:15

Panel Discussion
Video (.WMV, 55 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:30

Special plenary discussion: How to integrate biological research?
Video (.WMV, 126 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

12:00 – 1:30

Lunch.

Screening of “Tipping Point”, a documentary following EPOCA researchers
(1:06 trailer on YouTube)

  1:30 –   5:00

Breakouts

  1:30

Breakout Session III

Scaling & modeling across time and space
(Discussion questions, PDF 84 KB)

(Discussion summary, PDF 644 KB)

Breakout Session IV

Improving research on the Physiological and Ecological Responses to OA
(Discussion questions, PDF 96 KB)

(Discussion summary, PDF 1.1 MB)

  3:15 – 3:45

Break

  3:45

Breakouts continued

  6:00 – 8:00

Meeting dinner

 

Day 3.  Thursday March 24

  7:30 –   8:30

Continental Breakfast

  8:30 – 9:30

Theme 5: Biogeochemistry & Modeling (Chair: Cooley, WHOI)

  8:30

Plenary Talk:  Overview on BGC (Passow, UCSB)
Slides (PDF; 2.1 MB)
Video (.WMV, 193 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:00

Synthesis of BGC Projects  (Kleypas)
Slides (PDF; 7.6 MB)
Video (.WMV, 73 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:15 

Panel Discussion BGC
Video (.WMV, 61 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:30

Synthesis of Modeling Projects  (Cooley)
Slides (PDF; 800 KB)
Video (.WMV, 112 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  9:45

Panel Discussion Modeling
Video (.WMV, 117 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

10:00 – 10:30

Break

10:30 – 11:00

Data Management (Chandler, BCO-DMO)
Slides (PDF; 13.1 MB)
Video (.WMV, 203 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:00 – 11:30

“European Projects and International Activities” (Gattuso, EPOCA)
Slides (PDF; 5.6 MB)
Video (.WMV, 188 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

11:30 – 12:00

The US National OA Program [Ned Cyr (NOAA) and Phil Taylor (NSF)]
Cyr Slides (PDF; 5.8 MB)
Taylor Slides (PDF; 7 MB)
Video (.WMV, 237 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

12:00 – 12:15

Comments from other Agency Program Managers
Libby Jewett
(NOAA)
       Slides (PDF; 1.4 MB) Video (.WMV, 69 MB; QuickTime, streaming)
Christine Ruf (EPA) (Presented by Julie Reichert)
       Slides (PDF; 704 KB) Video (.WMV, 47 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

12:30 –   1:30

Lunch

1:30-2:00

Update on recent workshops: 

1:30-1:40 ECCO (Hofmann)
       Slides (PDF, 1.9 MB) Video (.WMV, 65 MB; QuickTime, streaming)
1:40-1:50 PAGES-NSF (Hoenisch)
       Slides (PDF, 2 MB) Video (.WMV, 23 MB; QuickTime, streaming)
1:50-2:00 Oceans in a high-CO2 world III (Urban, SCOR)
       Slides (PDF, 732 KB) Video (.WMV, 87 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  2:00 –   3:00

BOG reports & discussion on:

-       Increasing Quality of Science
-       Increasing Collaboration (National and International)
-       Future Directions in OA Research
-       OCB’s Role in OA

Breakout I,   Mathis:       Video (.WMV, 84 MB; QuickTime, streaming)
Breakout II,  O'Donnell:  Video (.WMV, 116 MB; QuickTime, streaming)
Breakout III, Andersson: Video (.WMV, 100 MB; QuickTime, streaming)
Breakout IV,  Price:         Video (.WMV, 83 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

  3:00 –   3:30

Break

  3:30 –   3:55

FINAL OPEN PLENARY DISCUSSION:

The Most Compelling OA Science We Should Tackle Within the Next 5 Years Video (.WMV, 181 MB; QuickTime, streaming)

3:55 – 4:00

OCB Project Office meeting wrap-up (Doney, WHOI)

  4:00

Meeting Adjourned

 

 




Last updated: July 13, 2011