Poster Programme OS3

OS3

Understanding biogeochemical-physical interactions (SOLAS/IMBER) and physical oceanographic controls on marine species
Convener: Baris Salihoglu 
Co-Conveners: Anthony Kettle , Sally Thorpe 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 05 May, 13:30–16:45 / Room 6
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 05 May, 17:30–19:00 / Hall Z
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Attendance Time: Wednesday, 05 May, 17:30–19:00
Hall Z
Chairperson: Baris Salihoglu
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EGU2010-2579
Refugia of Marine Fish in the Northeast Atlantic During the Last Glacial Maximum
Anthony Kettle, Arturo Morales, Eufrasia Rosello, Dirk Heinrich, and Asbjorn Vollestad

Z181
EGU2010-7125
How do interactions with the physical environment affect the distribution of Antarctic krill?
Sally Thorpe, Eugene Murphy, Geraint Tarling, and Angelika Renner

Z182
EGU2010-10883
Hydrodynamic controls on cold-water coral growth in the Gulf of Mexico: Long term in situ seabed lander observations
Furu Mienis, Gerard Duineveld, Andrew J. Davies, Tjeerd C.E. Van Weering, Steve W. Ross, Murray Roberts, Harvey E. Seim, and John M. Bane

Z183
EGU2010-14090
Testing early life connectivity using particle tracking simulations and otolith chemistry
Julian Ashford, Bettina A. Fach, Mario La Mesa, Christopher Jones, and Inigo Everson

Z184
EGU2010-9414
Biogeochemical controls on nitrogen fixers in the global ocean (solicited)
Fanny Monteiro, Stephanie Dutkiewicz, and Michael Follows

Z185
EGU2010-10292
Characteristics of sinking particles in the upper ocean at the Porcupine Abyssal Plain (solicited)
Jennifer Riley, Richard Sanders, and Eric Achterberg

Z186
EGU2010-11808
Control mechanisms on the ctenophore (Mnemiopsis Leidyi) population dynamics: a modelling study
Baris Salihoglu, Bettina Fach, and Temel Oguz

Z187
EGU2010-13694
The impact of climate variability on the production of Black Sea anchovy: a modeling study
Ceren Guraslan, Bettina A. Fach, Temel I. Oguz, and Baris Salihoglu

Z188
EGU2010-15012
Stoichiometry is crucial for modelling phytoplankton coexistence
Lena Göthlich and Andreas Oschlies

Z189
EGU2010-4557
Monthly Ensembles in Algal Bloom Predictions on the Baltic Sea
Petra Roiha, Antti Westerlund, and Tapani Stipa

Z190
EGU2010-6561
Interannual variability of hypoxia and related hydrodynamic processes in the East China Sea
Feng Zhou, Da Ji Huang, Xiao Bo Ni, and Ji Liang Xuan

Z191
EGU2010-6587
Effects of physical forcing on timing and magnitude of the spring phytoplankton bloom on the open shelf of the Yellow Sea in 2009
Feng Zhou, Ji Liang Xuan, Da Ji Huang, and Cheng Gang Liu

Z192
EGU2010-8398
Population modelling of Acartia spp. in a water column ecosystem model for the southern Baltic Sea
Lidia Dzierzbicka-Glowacka, Maria Zmijewska, Stella Mudrak, Anna Lemieszek, Jaromir Jakacki, and Maciej Janecki

Z193
EGU2010-13294
Modeling the sensitivity of the marine CaCO3 cycle to the formulation of the degree of undersaturation of seawater with respect to CaCO3
Anke Dürkop and Birgit Schneider

Z194 EGU2010-15351
ENSO effects on the growth rate of atmospheric CO2 (withdrawn)
A. M. Chiodi and D. E. Harrison

Z195 EGU2010-4272
Biological response to forcing processes in the area off Northwest Africa (withdrawn)
Thomas Ohde and Herbert Siegel

Z196
EGU2010-6174
Biogeochemical cycle in the Arctic with a global coupled sea ice-ocean-ecosystem model
Meibing Jin, Clara Deal, Scott Elliott, Elizabeth Hunke, and Mathew maltrud

Z197
EGU2010-8556
The carbon dioxide system in the deep convection region of the Gulf of Lions (northwestern Mediterranean).
Montserrat Vidal, Jordi Flos, Màxim Galindo, Mikhail Emelianov, Xoxe Antonio Padin, and Antonio G. Ramos

Z198
EGU2010-10284
A Study of the Diurnal Variation of Dissolved Oxygen (O2) and Its Stable Isotopes Composition (dO-18) in Lake Shihwa, Korea
Miju Kim, Dong-Jin Kang, Kyung-ryul Kim, Noriko Nakayama, Toshitaka Gamo, Eun Hee Kim, and Jae Seong Lee

Z201
EGU2010-13988
Continental background in oceanic air masses and marine emission of Volatile Organic Compounds in Drake Passage
Aurélie Colomb, Rodolphe Paris, Rémi Losno, Karine Desboeufs, and Christine Provost