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NCCOS Research on Display at 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting

Published on: 03/16/2017
Research Area(s): Coastal Change

The 2017 the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Sciences Meeting was held in Honolulu, Hawai′i. (Image courtesy of ASLO)

From February 26 to March 3, 2017 the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) held its biennial Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Honolulu, Hawai′i. NCCOS scientists and sponsored investigators shared their research results with thousands of limnologists and oceanographers from around the world. Topics included harmful algal blooms, hypoxia, science to management applications, and ocean acidification. In addition to individual presentations, NCCOS scientists and sponsored investigators led special oral sessions on ocean acidification and freshwater-marine harmful algal blooms respectively.

NCCOS research presentations and oral sessions include:

HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS

Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms: Gobler, C., R. Kudela, et al. CROSSING DISCIPLINARY BOUNDARIES ACROSS THE FRESHWATER-MARINE CONTINUUM TO ADVANCE THE UNDERSTANDING OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS (HABS) (Oral Session: 021)

Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms: Greengrove, C. L.; Masura, J. E.; ESTUARINE RESEARCH: SUPPORTING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT SUCCESS (Abstract ID: 29640)

Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms: Hunt, B. L.; Baltzer, K. L.; Robertson, A.; BIOACCUMULATION AND DEPURATION OF CARIBBEAN CIGUATOXINS IN THE ZEBRAFISH, DANIO RERIO (E) (Abstract ID: 28769)

Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms: Jankowiak, J. G.; Gobler, C.; Hattenrath, T.; UNRAVELLING THE ROLE OF NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS, AND TEMPERATURE IN DRIVING CYANOHAB DIVERSITY USING NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING (Abstract ID: 28478)

Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms: Sassenhagen, I.; Lozano-Duque, Y.; Gao, Y.; Erdner, D. L.; TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL POPULATION STRUCTURE OF GAMBIERDISCUS CARIBAEUS IN THE GREATER CARIBBEAN REGION (Abstract ID: 28456)

Harmful Algal Bloom Programs: Gobler, C. J.; Doherty, O. M.; Hattehrath-Lehmann, T. K.; Griffith, A. W.; Kang, Y.; Litaker, W.; OCEAN WARMING SINCE 1982 HAS EXPANDED THE NICHE OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC AND NORTH PACIFIC OCEANS (Abstract ID: 29137)

Harmful Algal Blooms Forecasting: Li, Y.; Stumpf, R. P.; McGillicuddy, D. J.; He, R.; POPULATION DYNAMICS OF ALEXANDRIUM FUNDYENSE IN THE GULF OF MAINE DURING AN INTENSE RED TIDE: MERIS OBSERVATIONS AND MODEL SIMULATIONS (Abstract ID: 29373)

Harmful Algal Blooms Forecasting: Rappa, V.; Stumpf, R.; Tomlinson, M.; Dupuy, D.; Briggs, T.; Meredith, A.; Wynne, T.; Lamb, B.; Tzortziou, M.; FINDING HARMFUL ALGAE IN FLORIDA AND LAKE ERIE WITH HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITES (E) (Abstract ID: 29622)

Harmful Algal Blooms Forecasting: Urquhart, E. A.; Schaeffer, B. A.; Werdell, J.; Loftin, K. A.; Stumpf, R. P.; A METHOD FOR MONITORING CYANOBACTERIA HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM SPATIAL EXTENT USING SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING DATA (Abstract ID: 28986)

Monitoring and Event Response for Harmful Algal Blooms: Anderson, C. R.; Kudela, R. M.; Anderson, D. M.; Bahr, F. L.; Chao, Y.; Robinson, D. H.; Stumpf, R. P.; CROSSING THE ‘VALLEY OF DEATH’ WITH THE CALIFORNIA HARMFUL ALGAE RISK MAPPING (C-HARM) SYSTEM (Abstract ID: 29658)

Monitoring and Event Response for Harmful Algal Blooms: Kudela, R. M.; Peacock, M. B.; Senn, D.; Gibble, C. M.; Sylvester, Z.; Cloern, J. E.; BLURRED LINES: MULTIPLE FRESHWATER AND MARINE TOXINS AT THE LAND-SEA INTERFACE (Abstract ID: 28967)

Prevention, Control, and Mitigation of Harmful Algal Blooms: Lee, H. A.; Sosik, H. M.; Lucchese, A.; McAmis, A.; Steichen, J.; Genzer, J.; Windham, R.; Williams, A.; Quigg, A. S.; USING AN IMAGING FLOWCYTOBOT TO DETERMINE FINE SCALE CHANGES IN PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY COMPOSITION RESPONDING TO PHYSICAL DISTURBANCE IN GALVESTON BAY, TX (E) (Abstract ID: 28367)

Prevention, Control, and Mitigation of Harmful Algal Blooms: Paul, J. H.; Hubbard, K.; Nieuwkerk, D.; Ulrich, R.; Tilney, C.; Hoaglund, A.; Olesin, E.; PCMHAB: IMPLEMENTING THE KARENIA ‘TRICORDER’ TO IMPROVE RED TIDE MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT IN THE GULF OF MEXICO (Abstract ID: 29087)

HYPOXIA

Coastal Hypoxia Research Program: Friedrichs, M.;Hood, R. R.; Friedrichs, C. T.; Forrest, D. R.; HYPOXIA FORECASTS AS A TOOL FOR CHESAPEAKE BAY FISHERIES (Abstract ID: 29461)

Coastal Hypoxia Research Program: Rowe, M. D.; Anderson, E. J.; Ruberg, S. A.; Verhamme, E. M.; Beletsky, D.; Zhang, H.; Johengen, T. H.; Stow, C. A.; INVESTIGATION OF A HYDRODYNAMIC FORECAST MODEL AS A PREDICTOR OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN DYNAMICS NEAR PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM INTAKES IN THE CENTRAL BASIN OF LAKE ERIE (Abstract ID: 28761)

Coastal Hypoxia Research Program: Zhang, H.; Rutherford, E.; Mason, D.; Johnson, T.; Zhu, X.; Adamack, A.; Gorman, A.; Kayle, K.; Scavia, D.; ECOSYSTEM LEVEL ASSESSMENTS OF HYPOXIA IMPACTS ON THE FOOD WEB AND FISHERIES OF LAKE ERIE (Abstract ID: 28755)

OCEAN ACIDIFICATION (jointly with the NOAA Ocean Acidification Program)

Turner, E. et al. OCEAN AND COASTAL ACIDIFICATION: SYNTHESIZING INFORMATION AND SUPPORTING MITIGATION (Oral Session: 056)

Griffith, A. W.; Gobler, C. J.; TRANSGENERATIONAL RESPONSES TO ACIDIFICATION IN TWO SPECIES OF NORTHEAST US BIVALVE MOLLUSCS, MERCENARIA MERCENARIA AND ARGOPECTEN IRRADIANS (Abstract ID: 28934)

Wallace, R. B.; Gobler, C. J.; COASTAL OCEAN ACIDIFICATION IN TEMPERATE COASTAL HABITATS: DYNAMICS AND POTENTIAL TO AFFECT MARINE MOLLUSKS (Abstract ID: 29921)

Ocean Acidification: Kessouri, F.; McWilliams, J.; Sutula, M.; Renault, L.; Deutsch, C.; McLaughlin, K.; Frenzel, H.; Bianchi, D.; Feely, R.; Bednaršek, N.; Alin, S.; Ambrose, R. F.; Gold, M.; Weisberg, S.; INTEGRATED MODEL OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION AND HYPOXIA TO SUPPORT ECOSYSTEM PREDICTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT ECOSYSTEM (Abstract ID: 29269)

SCIENCE TO MANAGEMENT

From Science to Management: Martinez, F. A.; Turner, E.; Jordan, T.; Lodge, D. M.; Richmond, R. H.; FROM ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT TO ADAPTIVE SCIENCE: MUTUAL BENEFITS AT THE SCIENCE-MANAGEMENT INTERFACE (Abstract ID: 29994)

The Aquatic Science Meeting is an important venue to address water issues and promote scientific exchange across the freshwater to marine continuum. The conference theme, ‘From the Mountains to the Sea’ emphasized the connectivity of our planet’s aquatic systems.

For more information, contact Elizabeth.Turner@noaa.gov and Felix.Martinez@noaa.gov.

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