Agenda with PDF files of Presentations from the Workshop

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Ajit Subramaniam, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory: Tropical Rivers Enhance Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles

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John Dunne, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory: Carbon System Prediction: Approaches, Challenges and Opportunities for Earth System Modeling

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Jeremy Blackford, Plymouth Marine Laboratory: Acidification and the Marine Ecosystem: Synthesising Experiments and Models

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» Agenda Updated July 19, 2007

» Jeremy Blackford, Plymouth Marine Laboratory: Acidification and the Marine Ecosystem: Synthesising Experiments and Models

» Deborah A. Bronk, Virginia Institute of Marine Science: The Marine Nitrogen Cycle - Who is Doing What?

» Arthur Chen, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan: Cross-Boundary Transports of Carbon across the Land-Continental Shelf, Continental Shelf-Open Ocean and Ocean-Atmosphere Boundaries

» Scott Doney, WHOI: Overview and progress on OCB

» Hugh Ducklow, Marine Biological Laboratory: LTER Sites

» John Dunne, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory: Carbon System Prediction: Approaches, Challenges and Opportunities for Earth System Modeling

» Wade McGillis, Columbia University: ORION, the OOI, and OCB

» Frank Muller-Karger, University of South Florida: The Role of the Ocean Studies Board (National Research Council)

» Steve Murawski, NOAA Fisheries: Biogeochemistry Matters!: Implications of Ocean Acidification for Marine Ecosystems

» Walter C. Oechel, San Diego State University: Carbon Dioxide and Methane Eddy Covariance Flux Towers for Comparative Coastal Ocean and Terrestrial Fluxes

» Tatiana Rynearson, University of Rhode Island: Plankton Biogeography - Using Population Genetics Tools to Examine the Interplay of Biotic Structure and Biogeochemical Cycles

» Mak Saito, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Trace Metal Biogeochemistry and Ocean Carbon: GEOTRACES, Colimitation, Marine Bioinorganic Chemistry, and the Continuing Pursuit of the Elusive Meaning of Bioavailability

» Sybil Seitzinger, Rutgers University: Linking Watersheds to Coastal Systems - a Global Perspective on River Transport of N, P and C - Past, Present and Future

» Dave Siegel, University of California ? Santa Barbara: What Can We Learn About Ocean Biogeochemistry from Satellite Data?

» Ajit Subramaniam, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory: Tropical Rivers Enhance Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles

» Chris Sabine, NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory: Time-Series Stations

» Joachim Segschneider, Max-Planck-Institute of Meteorology: CARBOOCEAN

» Joe Vallino, Marine Biological Laboratory: Can Dynamic Trophic Structures Be Captured in Structurally Fixed Models?

» Breakout: Biotic Structure and Biogeochemical Cycles

» Breakout: Predicting Future Carbon Storage

» Breakout: Food Webs

» Breakout: Margin Fluxes with Large Land/Ocean Exchange

» Breakout: Ocean Acidification

» Breakout: Coastal Carbon and Ecology

» Breakout: Questions

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