Agenda with PDF files of Presentations from the Workshop

Print version E-mail to a friend
Text Size: Change text to small (default) Change text to medium Change text to large
Related Files

» Bob Anderson, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory: Climate Related Changes in Southern Ocean Carbon Fluxes

» Mike Behrenfeld: Developments and Future Directions in the Global Assessment of Ocean Production

» Wei-Jun Cai, The University of Georgia: Air-sea Flux of Carbon Dioxide in Ocean Margins

» Mike DeGrandpre, The University of Montana: Spectrophotometric Sensors for pCO2, pH and Alkalinity

» Scott Doney, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: The Ocean Carbon and Climate Change Program

» John Dunne, NOAA/GFDL: Earth System Model Development at GFDL: Goals, Strategies and Early Results for the Carbon System

» Victoria Fabry: Effects of Elevated pCO2 on Calcareous Plankton (Co-authors: D.N. Faber, R.A. Feely, and J.C. Orr)

» Niki Gruber, University of California, Los Angeles: The Coastal Carbon Challenge

» Burke Hales, Oregon State University: The Dependence of Coastal Ocean Biogeochemistry on Bottom Boundary Layer Processes

» Rick Jahnke, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography: Advancing Carbon Cycle Research through Ocean Research Observatories

» Truls Johannessen, Geophysical Institute and the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research: The Carbon Cycle Science in SOLAS and IMBER Joint Implementation Plan and the CARBOOCEAN Project

» Ken Johnson, MBARI: A Global Observing System for Biogeochemical Cycling of Carbon Based on Autonomous Profiling Floats

» Chris Langdon, University of Miami/RSMAS: Effect of Elevated CO2 on the Cycling of Organic and Inorganic Carbon on Coral Reefs

» Cindy Lee, Stony Brook University: Perspectives on Mechanisms Driving Particulate Organic Carbon Flux: Insights from MEDFLUX

» Ricardo Letelier, Oregon State University: Assessing New and Export Production in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre: Lessons from the HOT Program

» John Marra: Balancing on One Foot: A Brief Review of the Photosynthesis-Respiration Balance in the Ocean

» Brent McKee, Tulane University: River-dominated Ocean Margins (RiOMar): Linkages with Global Climate Change

» Frank Muller-Karger, University of South Florida: Global Marine POC Flux Estimates: From Satellites to Sediments

» Susan Neuer, Arizona State University: European Time-series Station ESTOC in the Eastern Subtropical North Atlantic Gyre

» Chris Sabine, NOAA/PMEL: The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2: Past, Present and Future

» Britt Stephens, National Center for Atmospheric Research: Southern Ocean Carbon Fluxes and Air-sea Gas-exchange from Past and Future Atmospheric O2 Measurements

» Bess Ward, Functional Gene Microarrays for Detecting Phytoplankton Group-specific CO2 and NO3 Assimilation

» Jim Yoder, University of Rhode Island: Carbon and Nutrient Cycles on Continental Shelves - Current Advances and Thoughts for Future Research

Agenda (including PDF files of talks)

OCCC Workshop Agenda August 1-4, 2005

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Clark 507
Woods Hole, MA

Monday, August 1, 2005

8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00 Welcome by Scott Doney

Shelf/Coastal
9:15-10:00  Nick Bates:  The Arctic Ocean and Adjacent Chukchi Sea Carbon Cycle: The continental shelf carbon pump, changing air-sea CO2 fluxes, and anthropogenic CO2 issues
10:00-10:45  Wei-Jun Cai: Air-sea Flux of Carbon Dioxide in Ocean Margins
10:45-11:15  Break
11:15-12:00   Niki Gruber: The Coastal Carbon Challenge
12:00-1:30   Lunch and Posters
1:30-2:15   Brent McKee: River-dominated Ocean Margins (RiOMar): Linkages with Global Climate Change
2:15-3:00   Burke Hales: The Dependence of Coastal Ocean Biogeochemistry on Bottom Boundary Layer Processes
3:00-3:30   Break

Global Carbon Cycle
3:30-4:15   Chris Sabine: The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2: Past, Present and Future
4:15-5:00  Richard Feely: The Role of Anthropogenic CO2 on the CaCO3 Cycle in the Oceans,  (Co-authors: C.L. Sabine, K. Lee, W.Berelson, J. Kleypas, V. Fabry, Chris Langdon, F.J. Millero, and J. Orr)

5:00-7:00   Reception

Tuesday, August 2, 2005
8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
Global Carbon Cycle
9:00-9:45   John Dunne: Earth System Model Development at GFDL: Goals, Strategies and  Early Results for the Carbon System
9:45-10:30   Michael Bender: Contraints on Ocean Carbon Fluxes from the Distribution and Isotopic Composition of O2 in Seawater
10:30-11:00   Break
11:00-11:45   Truls Johannessen: The Carbon Cycle Science in SOLAS and IMBER Joint Implementation  Plan and  the CARBOOCEAN Project
12:00-1:30   Lunch and Posters
1:30-2:15  Britt Stephens: Southern Ocean Carbon Fluxes and Air-sea Gas-exchange from Past and Future Atmospheric O2 Measurements

Marine Ecology/Biogeochemical Processes
2:15-3:00   Ellen Druffel: Cycling of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Open Ocean
3:00-3:30   Break
3:30-4:15   Susan Neuer: European Time-series Station ESTOC in the Eastern Subtropical North Atlantic Gyre
4:15-5:00  Frank Mueller-Karger: Global Marine POC Flux Estimates: From Satellites to Sediments

Wednesday, August 3, 2005
8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
Marine Ecology/Biogeochemical Processes
9:00-9:45   Bess Ward: Functional Gene Microarrays for Detecting Phytoplankton Group-specific CO2 and NO3 Assimilation 
9:45-10:30   Chris Langdon: Effect of Elevated CO2 on the Cycling of Organic and Inorganic Carbon on Coral Reefs
10:30-11:00   Break
11:00-11:45   Cindy Lee: Perspectives on mechanisms driving particulate organic carbon flux: Insights from MEDFLUX
12:00-1:30  Lunch and Posters
1:30-2:15  Ricardo Letelier: Assessing New and Export Production in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre: Lessons from the HOT Program
2:15-3:00  Bob Anderson: Climate Related Changes in Southern Ocean Carbon Fluxes
3:00-3:30   Break
3:30-4:15  Wade McGillis: Carbon Dioxide Transport in Surface Ocean and Lower Atmospheric Studies
4:15-5:00  John Marra: Balancing on One Foot: A Brief Review of the Photosynthesis-Respiration Balance in the Ocean

5:00-8:00  Modified Clambake (Group Dinner)

Thursday, August 4, 2005
8:00-9:00 Continental Breakfast
Marine Ecology/Biogeochemical Processes
9:00-9:45   Victoria Fabry: Effects of Elevated pCO2 on Calcareous Plankton (Co-authors: D.N. Faber, R.A. Feely, and J.C. Orr)
9:45-10:30   Jim Yoder: Carbon and Nutrient Cycles on Continental Shelves - Current Advances and Thoughts for Future Research

Remote Sensing and In Situ Measurements
10:30-11:00   Break
11:00-11:45   Rick Jahnke: Advancing Carbon Cycle Research through Ocean Research Observatories
12:00-1:30   Lunch and Posters
1:30-2:15  Mike Behrenfeld: Developments and Future Directions in the Global Assessment of Ocean Production
2:15-3:00  Mary Jane Perry: Reducing Spatial and Temporal Uncertainty in the Ocean Carbon System with Autonomous Sensing Systems
3:00-3:30  Break
3:30-4:15  Ken Johnson: A Global Observing System for Biogeochemical Cycling of Carbon Based on Autonomous Profiling Floats
4:15-5:00  Mike DeGrandpre: Autonomous instrumentation for measurement of the inorganic
carbon parameters: pH, pCO2, DIC and Alkalinity

 

 



 

WHOI logo

Last updated September 14, 2005
© Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. All rights reserved