February 18, 2004

MBARI presentations at the 2004 Ocean Research Conference

Almost two dozen MBARI researchers are presenting papers and posters this week at the 2004 Ocean Research Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii. This conference is sponsored by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography and The Oceanography Society. The MBARI presentations cover a wide variety of oceanographic research topics, from large-scale ecological studies to designs for new oceanographic sensors. For more information on any of these presentations, please contact Kim Fulton-Bennett: (831) 775-1835, kfb@mbari.org.

Note: All authors are affiliated with MBARI unless otherwise noted.


Marine Biology presentations

  • THE SEASONS OF MONTEREY BAY OBSERVED WITH MOORED CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SENSORS
    Johnson, K S, Chavez, F C, Coletti, L J, Friederich, G, Sakamoto, C M, Elrod, V A
  • DISTRIBUTION OF BIOLUMINESCENCE AND ZOOPLANKTON IN MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA
    Haddock, S H, Herren, C M, Brewster, J, Orrico, C M (UCSB), Case, J F (UCSB)
  • EXPLORING THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA: THE INFLUENCE OF THE OXYGEN MINIMUM LAYER ON MIDWATER ECOLOGY
    Robison, B H, Reisenbichler, K R, Sherlock, R E, Osborn, K J
  • DISTRIBUTION OF A HOLOPELAGIC ISOPOD IN THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM: IS DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONTROLLING THEIR DISTRIBUTION?
    Osborn, K J
  • FREE SWIMMING AND PREGNANT: THE FATE OF THE GIANT LARVACEAN?
    Sherlock, R E, Robison, B H, Schlining, K L
  • A COMPARISON OF ASSIMILATION EFFICIENCIES BETWEEN SHALLOW AND DEEP LIVING FISHES
    Drazen, J C, Reisenbichler, K R, Robison, B H
  • THE CALIFORNIA MARKET SQUID, LOLIGO OPALESCENS, FISHERY 1981-2002
    Zeidberg, L D, Hamner, W M (UCLA), Nezlin, N (UCLA), Henry, A (California Department of Fish and Game)
  • TWO NOVEL SCYPHOMEDUSAE FROM THE DEEP SEA, REPRESENTING TWO NEW SUBFAMILIES WITHIN THE FAMILY ULMARIDAE
    Matsumoto, G I, Raskoff, K A (CSUMB), Robison, B H, Lindsay, D J (JAMSTEC)
  • EFFICIENCY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC LIGHT UTILIZATION IN AEROBIC ANOXYGENIC PHOTOHETEROTROPHS (AAPS)
    Kolber, Z S, Haffa, A, Koblizek, M (Opatovicky Mlyn, Czech Republic), Klimov, D

Physical and chemical oceanography presentations

  • ALONGSHORE VARIABILITY OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT SYSTEM FROM CENTRAL TO BAJA CALIFORNIA IN WINTER AND SPRING 2003: PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
    Pennington, J T, Michisaki, R P, Collins, C A (Naval Postgraduate School), Kuwahara, V, Lance, V P (Duke University), Marinovic, B (UCSC), Chavez, F P
  • THE FLUX OF IRON FROM CONTINENTAL SHELF SEDIMENTS: A MISSING SOURCE FOR GLOBAL BUDGETS?
    Elrod, V A, Berelson, W M (USC), Coale, K H (Moss Landing Marine Laboratories), Johnson, K S
  • INORGANIC CARBON BETWEEN THE SURFACE AND THE ANOXIC ZONE OF THE BLACK SEA
    Friederich, G E, Uysal, T, (Bogazici University, Turkey) Tugrul, S (Middle Eastern Technical University, Turkey), Luther, G W (University of Delaware), Glazer, B T (University of Delaware), Murray, J W (University of Washington)

Marine Technology presentations

  • AOSN IN MONTEREY BAY: OBSERVATION AND ADAPTIVE SAMPLING WITH MULTIPLE PLATFORMS
    Bellingham, J G, Fratantoni, D M (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), Davis, R E (Scripps Institute of Oceanography), Ramp, S (Naval Postgraduate School), Chavez, F, Haddock, S, McManus, M (UC Santa Cruz) Moline, M (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo), Paduan, J (Naval Postgraduate School), Healey, A (Naval Postgraduate School)
  • DORADO AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE OPERATIONS – LESSONS FROM THE FIRST 1000 KM
    Gashler, D, Chavez, F P, Ryan, J P, Rienecker, E V, Schlining, B M, Fuhrmann, R , Sibenac, M R, Thomas, H T
  • OPERATIONAL AUV OBSERVATIONS IN MONTEREY BAY
    Rienecker, E V, Ryan , J P, Chavez, F P MBARI, Gashler, D, Fuhrmann, R
  • REQUIREMENTS OF DOCKED AUV FOR SCIENCE MISSIONS
    Podder, T K, Sibenac, M, Bellingham, J G
  • THE ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLE PROCESSOR (ESP): A NOVEL DEVICE FOR DETECTING MICROORGANISMS REMOTELY, SUBSURFACE, IN NEAR REAL TIME
    Scholin, C , Marin III, R, Jensen, S, Feldman, J, Roman, B, Massion, E
  • AUTONOMOUS NITRATE AND PHOSPHATE MEASUREMENTS IN A COASTAL EMBAYMENT (ELKHORN SLOUGH, CA): BRINGING CLARITY TO MURKY WATERS
    Sakamoto, C M, Johnson, K S, Coletti, L J, Jannasch, H W, Plant, J N
  • DEVELOPMENT OF AN OXYGEN SENSOR BASED ON QUENCHING OF PORPHYRIN PHOSPHORESCENCE
    Haffa, A L, Klimov, D, Kolber, Z
  • GETTING SIZE SCALE FROM A SINGLE MOVING UNDERWATER CAMERA
    D L Davis, Edgington, D A
  • AN ENHANCED, UNDULATING TOWED VEHICLE FOR PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL MONITORING OF COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS: REAP WHAT YOU TOW
    Coletti, L J, Johnson, K S, Fitzwater, S E, Plant, J
  • DRIFTERS FOR REAL-TIME INTERDISCIPLINARY OCEANOGRAPHY
    Harlan, M C, Chavez, F P, Friederich, G E, Drake, E C
  • DETECTING AND TRACKING ANIMALS IN UNDERWATER VIDEO USING A NEUROMORPHIC SALIENCY-BASED ATTENTION SYSTEM
    Edgington, D R, Walther, D (Caltech), Cline, D E, Sherlock, R, Koch, C (Caltech)

For additional information or images relating to this article, please contact: Kim Fulton-Bennett
831-775-1835, kfb@mbari.org