Darwin Goes to Ocean Sciences 2022

Look out for members of the team Darwin, sharing their work at this year’s (virtual) Ocean Sciences conference taking place February 24-March 4.

CBIOMES members in bold.

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Authors Title Day, Time Session Link
Bror Jönsson, Christopher L Follett, Jacob Bien, Stephanie Dutkiewicz, Sangwon Hyun, Gemma Kulk, Gael Forget, Christian Müller, Marie-Fanny Racault, Christopher Hill, Thomas Jackson, Shubha Sathyendranath Density-based Approaches to Evaluate Biogeochemical Models by Satellite Derived Chlorophyll Tue 2:40 PM OD05 Advances in the analysis and representation of spatio-temporal data (2:30 PM-3:30 PM)
Rae Santora, Delaney Nolin, Jesse McNichol, BB Cael, Mick Follows, Jed Fuhrman Exploring differences in microbial community structure across the Gulf Stream front on a small spatial scale (poster) Thu 7:16 PM OB06 Population-resolved marine microbial activity (7:00 PM-9:00 PM) [poster]
Mick Follows, Mukund Gupta, Jonathon Lauderdale, Oliver Jahn, Richard Williams Eddy-driven, isopycnal resupply of nutrients and the productivity of the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre Fri 9:00 AM PS04 Vertical Transport: Connecting the Surface to the Deep (9:00 AM-10:00 AM)
Camila Serra-Pompei, Anna Hickman, Gregory Britten, Stephanie Dutkiewicz Drivers of the Particulate Backscattering coefficient and Bias-assessment of Phytoplankton Carbon Algorithms Fri 9:25 AM OT10 Advances in Ocean Remote Sensing and Data Science: from Instrument to Solutions Showcase (9:00 AM-10:00 AM)
John Casey, Rene Boiteau, Martin Engqvist, Z. Finkel, Gang Li, Justin Leifer, Christian Müller, Nathalie Muñoz, Michael Follows Basin-scale biogeography of marine phytoplankton reflects cellular-scale optimization of metabolism and physiology Fri 10:15 AM OB08 Quantifying marine microbial processes 02 (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM)
Alexandra Jones, Mick Follows Does coherency shape the chlorophyll signature of North Pacific subtropical gyre eddies? Fri 12:55 PM OT14 Innovative Applications of Operational and Emerging Ocean Satellite Observations (12:30 PM-1:30 PM)
Jonathan Lauderdale, Stephanie Dutkiewicz, Michael Follows Coupled ligand-iron cycle feedbacks determine sensitivity of atmospheric carbon dioxide levels to changes in Southern Ocean residual circulation and dust deposition. Fri 2:45 PM HL06 Advances in understanding the circulation and carbon cycle of the Southern Ocean (2:30 PM-3:30 PM)
Christopher Follett, Merrick Cai, Vincent Bian, Stephanie Dutkiewicz Sharp Spatial Transitions Uncover Drivers of Prochlorococcus Biogeography Fri 3:35 PM ME01 From nutrients and phytoplankton to fish: understanding the mechanisms shaping energy and mass flux in marine food webs (3:30 PM-4:30 PM)
Anne Willem Omta, Elizabeth Heiny, Harshana Rajakaruna, David Talmy, Michael Follows The closure problem revisited: The case for a hyperbolic zooplankton mortality and implications for population dynamics Fri 3:40 PM ME01 From nutrients and phytoplankton to fish: understanding the mechanisms shaping energy and mass flux in marine food webs (3:30 PM-4:30 PM)