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Start Time:

2 November 2009 at 08:00

Ends On:

10 November 2009

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

AGH (Giambiagi Lecture Hall)

Organizer(s):

Directors: A. Bracco, L.T. Cang and J. Montoya. Local Organizer: E. Coppola

Description:




Greenhouse gas emissions from human activities are projected to cause global climate change during the 21st century, creating novel challenges for coastal and marine ecosystems.
This workshop, followed by a two-day conference, is centered on current understanding of the interplay of physical and chemical factors in controlling biological production in coastal tropical waters and the impacts of climate change.


Deadline for applications expired on 31 August 2009

Material:

2 November 2009
08:00
08:40
Registration
40'
08:40
09:00
Welcome and Introduction by the Directors
20'
09:00
10:00
Bio-physical interactions: from basin to submesoscales
01h00'
A. Bracco
EAS, Geaorgia Tech, U.S.A.
10:30
11:30
Climate variability and climate change
01h00'
J.W. Dippner
IOW, Germany
11:30
12:30
Phytoplankton and climate change
01h00'
J.R. Moisan
NASA, U.S.A.
12:30
14:00
Lunch break
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Introduction to ocean color remote sensing (theory and data sources)
01h00'
A. Subramaniam
LDEO Columbia University, U.S.A.
15:30
17:30
ROMS TUTORIAL
02h00'
A. Bracco and Y.M. Cardona Orozco
EAS Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
3 November 2009
09:00
10:00
Using ocean ecosystem/biogeochemical models in coupled global climate models, the past, present and future
01h00'
J. Moisan
NASA, U.S.A.
10:30
11:30
What we have learnt in the SCS
01h00'
J.W. Dippner
IOW, Germany
11:30
12:30
Great Rivers and Changing Oceans
01h00'
A. Subramaniam
LDEO Columbia University, U.S.A.
12:30
14:00
Lunch break
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Ocean color remote sensing - data processing basics
01h00'
A. Subramaniam
LDEO Columbia University, U.S.A.
15:30
17:30
ROMS TUTORIAL
02h00'
A. Bracco and Y.M. Cardona Orozco
EAS Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
18:30
20:30
Welcome reception
02h00'
4 November 2009
09:00
10:00
Anthropogenic impact on the global nitrogen cycle with a special focus on nitrogen effects along tropical coastal zones
01h00'
M. Voss
IOW, Germany
10:30
11:30
Anthropogenic Effects on the Biogeochemical Dynamics of Large-River Deltaic Coastlines: The Mississippi and Yangtze Rivers
01h00'
T. Bianchi
Texas A&M University, U.S.A.
11:30
12:30
A walk through the N cycle
01h00'
J. Montoya
School of Biology, Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
12:30
14:00
Lunch break
01h30'
14:00
15:00
The Reduced Shakespeare Marine Nitrogen Cycle
01h00'
D. Capone
USC, U.S.A.
15:30
17:30
ROMS TUTORIAL
02h00'
A. Bracco and D. Cardona
EAS Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
5 November 2009
09:00
10:00
Marine Mosaics: Emerging Patterns of Nitrogen Fixation in the Oceans
01h00'
D. Capone
USC, U.S.A.
10:30
11:30
Hypoxia on the Louisiana Shelf (USA): A tale of muddy waters and politics
01h00'
T. Bianchi
Texas A&M University, U.S.A.
11:30
12:30
Dynamics of nitrogen cycling microbes in the ocean
01h00'
J.P. Zehr
University of California, U.S.A.
12:30
14:00
Lunch break
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Nutrient cycling in the Mekong River plume
01h00'
M. Voss
IOW, Germany
15:30
17:30
ROMS TUTORIAL
02h00'
A. Bracco and Y.M. Cardona Orozco
EAS Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
6 November 2009
09:00
10:00
Drainage Basin Structure and Dynamics - How does a River Get its Water and Chemistry that it Delivers to the Sea?
01h00'
J. Richey
University of Washington, U.S.A.
10:30
11:30
A Walk Through the Nitrogen Cycle, part 2
01h00'
J. Montoya
School of Biology, Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
11:30
12:30
The Drainage Basins of the World - from the Amazon to the Zaire
01h00'
J. Richey
University of Washington, U.S.A.
12:30
14:00
Lunch break
01h30'
14:00
15:00
Molecular approaches and remote instrumentation for studying microbes and microbial processes in coastal organisms
01h00'
J.P. Zehr
University of California, U.S.A.
15:30
17:30
ROMS TUTORIAL
02h00'
A. Bracco and D. Cardona
EAS Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
9 November 2009
09:00
09:20
From the last gauge to the plume: Aqua Incognita
20'
J. Richey
University of Washington, U.S.A.
09:20
09:40
Recent results from the Mekong River plume studies
20'
M. Voss
IOW, Germany
09:40
10:00
Human impacts on coastal ecosystem: Case study of mangroves along the coastline of Binh Thuan Province, Southeast of Vietnam
20'
L.T. Cang
Vietnam National University, Viet Nam
10:00
10:20
Assessment of the possible key factors responsible for fall and rise of the coastal fisheries off the Nile delta, Egypt: A remote sensing approach.
20'
W.M. Moufaddal
National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Egypt
10:50
11:10
Distribution of N2-Fixation in the Open Ocean
20'
J. Montoya
School of Biology, Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
11:10
11:30
Nitrogen fixation in the Eastern Equatorial Atlantic
20'
A. Subramaniam
LDEO Columbia University, U.S.A.
11:30
11:50
Testing the P* hypothesis in the ETSP
20'
D. Capone
USC, U.S.A.
11:50
12:45
Open Session: River Plumes and their Impact on Nearshore and Offshore Marine Systems
55'
12:45
14:30
Lunch Break
01h45'
14:30
14:50
High frequency wind events and vertical mixing in the SCS
20'
A. Bracco
EAS Georgia Tech, U.S.A.
14:50
15:10
A HAB forecast model for the Vietnamese coast
20'
J.W. Dippner
IOW, Germany
15:10
15:30
Modelling the circulation dynamics of the Turkish Strait System
20'
O. Gurses
Middle East Technical University, Turkey
15:30
15:50
Optimal strategy of fishing problem for hermaphrodite population
20'
A. Ferchichi
Universite de Tunis el Manar, Tunisia
16:20
17:00
Open Session: Physical/Biological Modeling
40'
18:30
20:30
Get-together Reception
02h00'
10 November 2009
09:00
09:20
Using Genetic Algorithms and Programs for Ocean Biogeochemical Models
20'
J.R. Moisan
NASA, U.S.A.
09:20
09:40
Unusual blooms of the green Noctiluca miliaris in the Arabian Sea during the Winter Monsoon
20'
M.F.H. Gomes
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, Maine, USA.
09:40
10:00
Variation of Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) in the western SCS based on remote sensing
20'
C. Liu
University at Weihai, P.R. of China
10:00
10:20
Non-toxic phytoplankton, toxin producing phytoplankton and zooplankton interaction in an open marine system
20'
S. Pal
University of Kalyani, India
10:50
11:10
A Comparison of Lignin-Phenols and Branched/Isoprenoid Tetraethers (BIT index) as Indices of Terrestrial Organic Matter in Doubtful Sound, Fiordland, New Zealand
20'
T. Bianchi
Texas A&M University, U.S.A.
11:10
11:30
Implementation and calibration of a complex marine biogeochemical flux model in benthos of Gulf of Trieste
20'
L. Aveytua Alcazar
OGS Trieste, Italy
11:30
11:50
Comparison of N2O distribution along the eastern and western continental shelf of Arabian Sea
20'
G. Narvenkar
National Institute of Oceanography, India
11:50
12:10
Effect of ocean acidification on the growth of flat tree oyster, Isognomon alatus
20'
L.G. Lartey-Antwi
Smart Youth Volunteers Foundation, Ghana
12:10
12:50
Round Table Discussion on blooms and land/climate changes
40'
12:50
14:30
Lunch Break
01h40'
14:30
15:15
Poster Session
45'
15:15
15:30
Synthesis & Concluding Remarks
15'
15:30
16:00
Coffee Break
30'
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