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Session 10. Changes in the marine carbon cycle

James Christian (Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada)
Kitack Lee (POSTECH, Korea)

Invited Speakers:
Dr. Masao Ishii (Meteorological Research Institute, Japan)

The carbon cycle is the primary mechanism by which ocean processes determine future atmospheric CO2 concentration and associated climate changes. Ocean acidification affects all marine biota and future ocean carbon fluxes and ocean-atmosphere CO2 exchange. This session includes presentations on the ocean carbon cycle, its interactions with the biogeochemical cycles of nitrogen and other nutrient elements, and ocean acidification. Processes of interest are ocean-atmosphere exchange, fluxes across the pycnocline, interactions of CO2 with the carbon cycle that determine the future course of ocean acidification and ocean CO2 concentration, and acidification impacts on biota.

Saturday, May 19
Masao Ishii, Takashi Midorikawa, Daisuke Sasano, Naohiro Kosugi, Toshiya Nakano and Hisayuki Y. Inoue
An overview of the ocean CO2 increase in the western North Pacific subtropical and tropical zones (S10-8179), Invited
[pdf, 3 Mb]
Pedro M.S. Monteiro and Christopher Sabine
Global Ocean Carbon Observations: Decadal challenges in addressing and understanding global climate and ocean ecosystem change (S10-8312)
[waiting for permission]
Samar Khatiwala, Toste Tanhua, Christopher Sabine and Richard A. Feely
Ocean acidification over the industrial era constrained from tracer observations (S10-8177)
[waiting for permission]
Jae-Yeon Kim, Dong-Jin Kang, Tongsup Lee and Kyung-Ryul Kim
Decadal trend of carbon dioxide and ocean acidification in the surface water of the Ulleung Basin, the East/Japan Sea (S10-8098)
[pdf, 1.7 Mb]
Naoki Yoshie, Naoki Fujii, Xinyu Guo, Tomohiro Komorita and Atsuhiko Isobe
Nutrient and phytoplankton responses to the intrusion of oceanic warm water in the western Seto Inland Sea, Japan (S10-8097)
(permission to post denied, contact presenter)
Kyung-Su Kim, JeongHee Shim and Suam Kim
Effect of elevated carbon dioxide in seawater on the early life history of olive flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus (S10-8206)
[pdf, 1.4 Mb]
Olubunmi Ayoola Nubi
Influence of equatorial upwelling on biological productivity in the eastern equatorial Atlantic (S10-7965)
[pdf, 1.3 Mb]
Tae-Wook Kim, Raymond G. Najjar and Kitack Lee
Enhanced phytoplankton production in the US east coast due to precipitation containing nitrate (S10-8104)
(permission to post denied, contact presenter)
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    August 1 , 2011
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    September 15 , 2011
  • Deadline for submissions of proposals and workshops
    September 30 , 2011
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    January 13 , 2012
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    February 6 , 2012
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    May 14-20 , 2012
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    June 15 , 2012
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