presentations

A selection of presentations from conferences, seminars and meetings

2013

Winners and Losers: Phytoplankton in a Changing Climate:
Stephanie Dutkiewicz at MIT Future Ocean Symposium, September 9, 2013.

2012

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, USA, 20-24 February, 2012,”Modeling Marine Microbes: From Molecules to Ecosystems”, Mick Follows. Plenary lecture. Models of Marine Microbes: Molecules to Ecosystems

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, USA, 20-24 February, 2012,”Modeling the interactions between ecosystems and biogeochemistry in a changing ocean”, Dutkiewicz, S, B.A. Ward, J.R. Scott, and M.J. Follows. Oral presentation. Modeling the intractions between ecosystems and biogeochemistry

NASA Ocean Color Research Team Meeting, Seattle, WA, May, 2012, “Optical properties from a global ocean numerical simulation”, Dutkiewicz, S., A. Hickman, O. Jahn, W. Gregg, and M. Follows. Poster presentation. Optical properties from a global ocean numerical simulation

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City,  USA, 20-24 February, 2012, “Kill-the-winner predation and the survival of rare phytoplankton species” . Poster presentation.  Kill-the-winner predation and the survival of rare phytoplankton species

ASLO Meeting Japan 2012, “Maximal foraging with active prey-switching: A new kill-the winner functional response and its effect on global species richness and biogeography”. Oral presentation.  Maximal foraging with active prey-switching: A new kill-the-winner functional response and its effect on global species richness and biogeography

2011

American Society of Microbiology (ASM) annual meeting. New Orleans, LA, 22-25 May, 2011, “Modelling the links between marine microbial communities and their nutrient environment”, Dutkiewicz, S., M. Follows, J. Bragg, O. Jahn, F. Monteiro, A. Barton and B. Ward. Invited oral presentation. Modelling the links between marine microbial communities and their nutrient environment.

World Climate Research Programme (WCRP)  Conference. Denver, CO, 24-28 October, 2011, “Response of marine biogeochemistry and phytoplankton habitats to a warming”, Dutkiewicz,S., J. Scott and M. Follows. Oral presentation. Response of marine biogeochemistry and phytoplankton habitats to a warming world.

2010

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Oregon, USA, 22–26 February, 2010, “Mechanisms for the Seasonal Succession of Diatoms and Dinoflagelattes”, Andrew Barton, Ben Ward, Zoe Finkel & Mick Follows. Poster presentation. Mechanisms for Seasonal Succession

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Oregon, USA, 22–26 February, 2010, “Fine Scale Phytoplankton Community Structure across the Kuroshio”, Sophie Clayton, Takeyoshi Nagai, Mark Doubell, Hidekatzu Yamazaki & Mick Follows. Fine Scale Phytoplankton Community Structure

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Oregon, USA, 22–26 February, 2010, “Understanding the Linked Response of Phytoplankton  Community Structure and Biogeochemical Cycles in a Future Ocean”, Stephanie Dutkiewicz, Jeff Scott & Mick Follows. Phytoplankton Community Structure and Biogeochemistry

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Oregon, USA, 22–26 February, 2010, “The organization of (diazotrophic) phytoplankton communities in a model ocean”, Fanny Monteiro, Stephanie Dutkiewicz, Mick Follows & Jason Bragg. Organization of Diazotrophic Phytoplankton Communities

Ocean Sciences Meeting, Oregon, USA, 22–26 February, 2010, “Mechanisms of mixotroph survival”, Ben Ward, Andrew Barton, Stephanie Dutkiewicz & Mick Follows. Mixotroph survival

2009

ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Nice, France, January 25-30, 2009. “Diversity of diazotrophs and their habitat in a globale ocean model.” F. Monteiro, M.J. Follows, and S. Dutkiewicz. Poster presentation. Diverse diazotrophs in a model ocean.

ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Nice, France, January 2009. “Modelling the coupling of ocean ecology and biogeochemistry.” S. Dutkiewicz, M.J. Follows and J. Bragg. Oral presentation

ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Nice, France, January 2009. “Vertical gradients in phytoplankton community composition: how important are pigment and absorption characteristics?” A.E. Hickman, M.J. Follows, and S. Dutkiewicz. Oral presentation.

ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Nice, France, January 25-30, 2009. “What Regulates Spatial Gradients in Marine Phytoplankton Diversity?” Barton, A.D., M.J. Follows, S. Dutkiewicz, and J. Bragg. Oral presentation.

2008

American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2008. San Francisco, December 2008 . “Shaping of Marine Biogeography by Ocean Physics.” M.J. Follows, S. Dutkiewicz, A.D. Barton, J. Bragg, S.W. Chisholm, C.N. Hill, O. Jahn. OS41F-07. Invited oral presentation. Regulation of phytoplankton diversity by ocean physics.

IMBER IMBIZO Workshop, Miami, FL, 9-13 November 2008. “Ecological Control of Subtropical Nutrient Concentrations.” S. Dutkiewicz, M.J. Follows, and J.G. Bragg. Oral and poster presentation. Ecological control of subtropical nutrient concentrations.

AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, USA, December 15-19, 2008. “What Regulates Spatial Gradients in Marine Phytoplankton Diversity?” Barton, A.D., M.J. Follows, S. Dutkiewicz, and J. Bragg. B31F-0355. Poster presentation. What causes spatial gradients in the diversity of marine phytoplankton?