James P. Barry, Senior Scientist
MBARI, 7700 Sandholdt Road, Moss Landing, CA 95039
Deep-Sea Biology & Ecology, Biological Oceanography, Biology and Ecology of Chemosynthetic Communities, Climate Change & Marine Ecosystems, Polar Ecology, Biology of a high-CO2 Ocean
· BA, Zoology, San Jose State University, San Jose, California
· MA Biology (Marine science/wetlands biology), San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
· Ph.D. Oceanography, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Univ. of California, La Jolla, CA
· 2007- Senior Scientist, MBARI
· 2000- Professor by Courtesy, Stanford University, Geological & Environmental Sciences
· 1994- Adjunct Professor, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
· 1996-2007 Associate Scientist, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
· 1991-1996 Assistant Scientist, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
· 1990-1991 Visiting Scientist; Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
· 1988-1990 Post-Doctoral Researcher, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (with P.K. Dayton).
Ricketts Memorial Award Recipient (2008), Pew Fellowship nominee (1998), ARCS fellowship, University of California, San Diego (1986), University of California Sea Grant Trainee-ship (1982-1984), Scripps Industrial Associates Fellowship, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (1981), University of California Sea Grant Trainee-ship (1978), Antarctic Service Medal (1971)
Recent Committee and Editorial Board Membership
· 2009-2010 Ocean Studies Board, Committee on Ocean Acidification Research & Monitoring
· 2009- BIOACID (German Ocean Acidification Program), Science Advisory Committee, Chair
2009- SOLAS/IMBER Group 3 Science Committee
Member (Int. Ocean Acidification
· 2009- Chuckchi Sea Offshore Monitoring Program, MMS, Science Advisory Group
· 2009-2010 Elkhorn Slough Estuarine Research Reserve, Science Advisory Board
· 2009- Monterey Bay Aquarium, Climate Change Exhibit Science Review Committee
· 2008- Center for Ocean Solutions, Early Career Fellowship Review Committee
· 2005- MBNMS – Sanctuary Integrated Monitoring Network (SiMON), Science Committee
· 2005- Editorial Board, Marine Ecology, an evolutionary perspective
2006-2009 NOPP –
Investigations of Chemosynthetic Communities on the Lower Continental Slope
of the Gulf of Mexico, Science Advisory Panel
· 2003-2007 NSF, ARCUS, Shelf-Basin Interactions Program, Science Steering Committee
· 2006 Associate Editor, Marine Ecology special issue on chemosynthetic communities
· 1999-2005 Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies on Coastal Oceans. (Packard Foundation)
· 2000-2002 DOE Center for Research on Ocean Carbon Sequestration (DOCS), member
Committee and Editorial Board Membership (continued)
1998-2000 MMS – Stability
and Change in Gulf of Mexico Chemosynthetic Communities, Science
Advisory Panel, chair
· 1998-1999 Continental Margin Fluid Seeps of California, Steering Committee, member
· 1996-1998 NSF, Arctic System Science (ARCSS), Science Advisory Committee, member
· 1996-1997 West Coast NURC, Scientific Steering Committee, Monterey Bay Res. Init., member
· 1995-1998 NSF, Coastal Ocean Processes (CoOP), Scientific Advisory Panel, member
· 1993-1995 West Coast National Undersea Research Center, Scientific Advisory Panel, member
Review Panel Participation, Workshop and Meeting Organization
· National Science Foundation
o NSF Biological Oceanography Panel Review Member, 2010
o Cabled Regional Observatories Workshop, Ecosystem Dynamics group leader, 2003
o Biological Oceanography Review Panel, panelist, 1994, 2001
o Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) Proposal Review Panel, panelist, 1996
o Descend, NSF Submersible science workshop, session leader, 1999
· Department of Energy
o DOE Ocean Carbon Sequestration Workshop, October 2001, host
o Direct Ocean Sequestration Experts Workshop, MBARI & DoE, co-organizer, 2001
o International Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum, U.S. Delegate, 2002, 2004
o Ecological Monitoring in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, workshop panelist, 2000
o NOAA, MBNMS Site Characterization, Scientific Advisory Panel, member, 1994
o NOAA/NOS Benthic Impact Experiment (BIE), Science Review Panel, member, August 1994
o Western Society of Naturalists Meeting, local host, 1999
o Climate change and Biodiversity workshop (WWF, MBCI), panel member, 1999
o Deep-Sea Biology Symposium (MBARI / MBA hosted), principal organizer / host, 1997
· 1998- MBARI ROV Users Committee, chair
· 1996-1998 Benthic and Midwater Research Coordinator, MBARI
Other Professional Activities
· Testimony at US Senate Hearing on The Environmental and Economic Effects of Ocean Acidification, April, 2010
· Congressional briefings on ocean acidification / climate change, 2010
· EPOCA, Best practices for ocean acidification studies, training workshop lecturer, 2010
· Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, 2010
· American Physiological Society, 2010
· Ocean Acidification, Best Practices Workshop, EPOCA, 2008
· Ocean Summit (MBARI), participant, 2008
· Congressional Briefing on Ocean Carbon Sequestration, 2007
· Census of Marine Life – COMARGE, participant, 2006
· NSF - Scientific Cabled Observatories for Time Series Workshop, participant 2002
· Deep-sea Biology Symposium, session chair, Galway, Ireland, 2000
· NEPTUNE, NSF Sea floor observatory, Benthic Biology workshop participant, 1999
· International Marine Biodiversity Initiative Working Group, member, 1996
· Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, Western Soc. Nat. 73rd Meeting, Co-chairperson, 1994
· Deep Sea Biology Symposium Coordinator, 7th Int.Cong. on Invert. Reproduction, UCSC, 1995
· Proposal Referee for NOAA, NSF, LLNL, NURP, Packard Foundation (~3-5/y)
· Manuscript Referee for Ecology, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Deep Sea Research, Marine Biology, Limnology & Oceanography, Nature, Science, Marine Ecology, Biogeosciences.
· Media presentations & contact, various
· National Geographic documentary on extinctions on Earth, 2009
· Monterey Bay Aquarium, Advisor, Climate Change exhibit 2010
· Radio and television interviews on ocean acidification & climate change, 2004-present
TEACHING / STUDENT SUPERVISION
§ Topics in Marine Science (guest lectures, 1993-present)
§ Sampling and experimental design, Spring 1995, co-taught
o Master’s Thesis Committee Member
§ Aroon Mulwani (2005), Dan Bockus (1999), Carrie Bretz (1996), Brenda Konar (1994), Ned Lehman (1998), David Lindquist (1998), John Peters (deceased), Kevin Rhoades (1995), Rich SanFillipo (1996), Melissa Tillack (1998).
· Hopkins Marine Station / Monterey Bay Aquarium
o Course Lectures (1992 – present)
o Student project supervision (spring class, 1992-present)
o Invited talks, deep-sea ecology, intertidal ecology, ocean carbon sequestration, ocean acidification
Ph.D. committee member, Kristy Kroecker (2009-), Marina Oster (2011-).
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
2008- High CO2 Ocean Initiative
2000- Benthic Biology and Ecology
2005- 2007 Development of an eddy correlation flux system
2002-2006 Benthic Respirometer Upgrade
2002-2003 ROV Marker Tool
1996-1999 Ecology of Deep-Sea Benthic Communities
1996-1999 Biology and Ecology of Cold Seep Communities
1995- 1997 Benthic Tool Sled Development (with D.L. Orange, F. Shane, D. Stakes)
1994-1995 Physiology of Cold Seep Clams (with R.E. Kochevar)
1994 Four-Point Laser Scaling System Development (with F. Shane)
1993-1995 Investigations of Cold Seep Communities in Monterey Bay (with C.H. Baxter, B.H. Robison)
1992-1993 Effects of Large Food Falls (with C.H. Baxter, B.H. Robison)
1992-1994 Ecological Investigations of Benthic Communities in Monterey Bay (with C.H. Baxter)
Department of Energy (Office of Fossil Energy)
2001-2003 Direct Experiments on the Ocean Disposal of Fossil Fuel CO2 (w/ Peter Brewer, $653,561)
2003-2010 Direct Experiments on the Ocean Disposal of Fossil Fuel CO2 (renewal, $550,000)
2001-2006 Feasibility of large scale ocean CO2 sequestration 1: Experiments on the ocean disposal of fossil fuel CO2: Biological impacts of CO2 disposal in the deep-sea (w/ Peter Brewer, $379,500)
2002-2003 Development of a pressurized fish-trap respirometer (Supplement, $75,000)
Benthic Respirometer upgrade for CO2 studies (with LLNL, $52,000)
NOAA (Office of Ocean Exploration)
2006 Deep-water corals on the Davidson Seamount: Habitat Suitability, Taxonomy, Age, and Growth (DeVogelaere et al, $250,000)
NSF (Office of Polar Programs)
1996-2001 Research on Ocean-Atmosphere Variability and Ecosystem Responses in the Ross Sea (ROAVERRS). ($181,152: In collaboration with 7 principal investigators: total award, $1,606,966).
1993-1994 Ocean Circulation near McMurdo Station, Antarctica, and related project, Distribution and Dispersal of Enteric Bacteria in Seawater near McMurdo Station, Antarctica. (with G.A. McFeters, Montana State Univ., $20,360)
1989-1990 The Role of In Situ Productivity, Advection, and Microbial Activity Organizing Contrasting Benthic Communities in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica (Post doc w/ P.K. Dayton, $218,302)
1984-1985 The Ecology of Marine Communities under Antarctic Ice Shelves. (P.K. Dayton and G.K. Kooyman: J.P. Barry funded as graduate student, [$97,432])
National Undersea Research Program (West Coast Center)
1996 Growth and Physiology of Vesicomyid Clams (Calyptogena soyoae) at Cold Seeps in Sagami Bay, Japan, (J.P. Barry (PI), Co-PIs: H.G. Greene, R.E. Kochevar, B.H. Robison, $4000)
1996 Ecology and Physiology of Beggiatoa Sp. At Monterey Canyon Seeps: a Model of Novel, Sulfide-driven, Bacterial Denitrification (with D.C. Nelson, U.C. Davis: $36,216)
Sigma Xi Society
1986 Grant in Aid of Research (Ph.D. Dissertation studies, $600)
American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geophysical Union, Ecological Society of America, Western Society of Naturalists, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
· Buck, K.R., Barry, J.P., Hallam, S.J. (submitted). Microbial Assemblages Associated with Thioploca Sheaths from Cold Seep Settings in Monterey Bay. Applied Env. Microbiology
· Barry, J.P., Pane, E.F., Buck, K.R., Lovera, C. (in revision) Amplified ocean acidification in the deep-sea and the threat for deep-sea ecosystems.
· Barry, J.P. Buck, K.R., Lovera, C., Brewer, P.G., Seibel, B.A., Drazen, J.C., Tamburri, M.N., Whaling, P.J., Kuhnz, L., Pane, E. Sensitivity of deep-sea animals to a high-CO2 ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, (in revision).
· Johnson, K.J., Barry, J.P., Coletti, L.J., Fitzwater, S.E., Jannasch, H.W., Lovera, C.F. (submitted). Nitrate and oxygen flux across the sediment-water interface observed by eddy correlation measurements on the open continental shelf. Limnol. & Oceanograph. Methods.
· Barry, J.P., Widdicombe, S., Hall-Spencer, J. (in press). Effects of ocean acidification on marine biodiversity and ecosystem function. Chapter 10 in, Ocean Acidification, J.P. Gattuso, ed., Oxford Univ. Press,
· Doney, S. C., Ruckelshaus, M., Duffy, J.E., Barry, J.P., Chan, F., English, C.A., Galindo, H.M., Grebmeier, J.M., Hollowed, A.B., Knowlton, N., Polovina, J., Rabalasi, n.N., Sydeman, W.J., Talley, L.D. (in press). Climate change impacts on marine ecosystems. Annual Reviews of Marine Science
· Buck, K.R., Rabalais, N., Bernhard, J.M., Barry, J.P. (in press) Living assemblages from the ‘dead zone’ and naturally occurring hypoxic zones.
· McClain, C.R., Nekola, J.C., Kuhnz, L., Barry, J.P. (2011). Local-scale faunal turnover on the deep Pacific floor. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 422: 193-200.
· McClain, C.R., Lundsten, L., Barry, J.P., and DeVogelaere, A. (2010). Assemblage structure, but no diversity or density, change with depth on a northeast Pacific seamount. Mar. Ecol., 31(Suppl. 1: 114-25.
· National Research Council Committee (J. Barry – member), (2010). Ocean Acidification: A national strategy to meet the challenges of a changing ocean. The Nat. Acad. Press, Washington, D.C.
· Hofmann, G.E., Barry, J.P., Edmunds, P.J., Gates, R.D., Hutchins, D.A., Klinger, T., Sewell, M.A. (2010). The effects of ocean acidification on calcifying organisms in marine ecosystems: an organism to ecosystem perspective. (2010) Ann. Rev. of Ecol., Evol. & Syst. 41: 127-47.
· Barry, J.P., Hall-Spencer, J.M., Tyrrell, T. (2010) In situ perturbation experiments: natural venting sites, spatial/temporal gradients in ocean pH, manipulative in situ p(CO2) perturbations. Pages 123-136 in, Best Practices for Ocean Acidification Research, U. Riebesell, V.J. Fabry, L. Hansson, J.-P. Gattuso, eds., European Commission, Luxembourg, 258p.
· Barry, J.P., Tyrrell, T., Hansson, L., Plattner, G.-K., Gattuso, J.-P. (2010). Atmospheric CO2 targets for ocean acidification perturbation experiments. Pages 53-63 in, Best Practices for Ocean Acidification Research, U. Riebesell, V.J. Fabry, L. Hansson, J.-P. Gattuso, eds., European Commission, Luxembourg, 258p.
· McClain, C.R., Barry, J.P. (2010). The Role of Abrupt Topography on Species Diversity in the Deep-Sea Benthos, Ecology, 91(4): 964-976.
· Paull, C.K., Schlining, B., Ussler, W. III, Lundsten, E., Barry, J.P., Caress, D.W., Johnson, J., McGann, M. (2010) Submarine mass transport within Monterey Canyon: Benthic disturbance controls the distribution of chemosynthetic biological communities. In: D.C. Mosher et al. (eds.), Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences, Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research, Vol. 28: 229-246.
· Fleeger, J.W., Johnson, D.S., Carman, K.R., Weisenhorn, P.B., Gabriele, A., Thistle, D., Barry, J.P. (2010). The response of nematodes to deep-sea CO2 sequestration: A quantile regression approach. Deep-Sea Res. I, 57:696-707.
· Ricketts, E.R., Kennett, J.P., Hill, T.M., and Barry J.P. (2009). Effects of carbon dioxide sequestration on California margin deep-sea foraminiferal assemblages. Mar. Micropaleontology 72: 165-175.
· Barry, J.P., and Hashimoto, J. (2009). Revisiting the Challenger Deep using the ROV Kaiko. Mar. Tech. Soc., 43(5):1-2.
· Bernhard, J.M., Barry, J.P., Buck, K.R., Starczak, V.R. (2009) Impact of intentionally injected carbon dioxide hydrate on deep-sea benthic foraminiferal survival. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.111/j.1365-2486.2008.01822.x
· Paull, C.K., Schlining, B., Ussler, W. III, Lundsten, E., Barry, J.P., and Caress, D.W., 2009, Submarine mass transport within Monterey Canyon: Benthic Disturbance controls on the distribution of chemosynthetic biological communities, In: Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences, 4th International Symposium, Mosher, D.C., Shipp, R.C., Moscardelli, L., Chaytor, J.D., Baxter, C.D.P. Lee, H.J., and Urgeles R., (eds.), Springer, p. 229-246.
· Sedlacek, L., Thistle, D., Carman, K.R., Fleeger, J.W., Barry, J.P. (2009). Effects of carbon dioxide on deep-sea harpacticoids revisited. Deep-Sea Res. I, 56: 1018-1025.
· Lundsten, L., McClain, C.R., Barry, J.P., Cailliet, G.M., Clague, D.A., DeVogelaere, A.P. (2009). Ichthyofauna on three seamounts off southern and central California, USA. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 389: 223-232.
· McClain, C.R., Lundsten, L., Ream, M., Barry, J.P., DeVogelaere, A. (2009). Endemicity, Biogeography, Composition, and Community Structure on a Northeast Pacific Seamount. PLoS ONE 4(1): e4141
· Lundsten, L., Barry, J.P., Cailliet, G.M. Clague, D.A., DeVogelaere, A.P., Geller, J.B. (2009). The distribution of benthic invertebrate communities at three seamounts off southern and central California, Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 374: 23-32
· Pane, E.F., Grosell, M., Barry J.P. (2008). Comparison of enzyme activities linked to acid-base regulation in a deep-sea and a sublittoral decapod crab species. Aquatic Biology, 4: 23-32.
· Barry, J.P., Lovera, C., Okuda, C., Nelson, E., Pane, E.F. (2008) A gas-controlled aquarium system for ocean acidification studies. IEEE Xplore, 978-4244-2126-08/08
· Barry, J.P. & J.C. Drazen (2007). Response of deep-sea scavengers to mild hypercapnia and the odor from a dead grenadier. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 350: 193-207.
· Pane, E.F., Barry, J.P. (2007). Extracellular acid-base regulation during short-term hypercapnia is effective in a shallow-water crab, but ineffective in a deep-sea crab. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 334:1-9.
· Levin, L.A., Barry, J.P., Felbeck, H., Smith, C.R., Young, C.M. (2007). Advances in vent, seep, whale-, and wood-fall biology. Marine Ecology, 28: 1-2.
· Caldeira, K, Archer, D., Barry, J.P., Bellerby, R., Brewer, P., Cao, L, Dickson, A.G., Doney, S.C., Elderfield, H., Fabry, V., Feely, R.A., Gattuso, J.P., Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Haugan, P.M., Kleypas, J.A., Langdon, C., Orr, J.C., Ridgwell, A., Sabine, C.L., Seibel, B., Turley, C., Watson, A., Zeebe, R. (2007). Comment on “Modern-age buildup of CO2 and its effects on seawater acidity and salinity” Geophysical Res. Letters, 34, L18608, doi:10.1029/2006GL027288
· Thistle, D., Sedlacek, L., Carman, K.R., Fleeger, J.W., Barry, J.P. (2007). Emergence in the deep-sea: evidence from harpacticoid copepods. Deep-Sea Research, 54: 1008-1014
· Barry, J.P., Whaling, P.J., Kochevar, R.K. (2007). Growth, production, and mortality of the chemosynthetic vesicomyid bivalve, Calyptogena kilmeri, from cold seeps off central California. Marine Ecology, 28: 169-182
· Grebmeier, J.M., and Barry, J.P. (2007) Benthic processes in polar polynyas. Pages 262-290 in: Polynyas: Windows into Polar Oceans, Elsevier Oceanography Series, David Halpern, editor.
· Thistle, D., Sedlacek, L., Carman, K.R., Fleeger, J.W., Brewer, P.G., Barry, J.P. (2007). Exposure to carbon dioxide-rich seawater is stressful for deep-sea species: an in situ, behavioral study. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 340: 9-16.
· Fujikura, K., Amaki, K., Barry, J.P., Fujiwara, Y., Furushima, Y., Iwase, R., Yamamoto, H., Maruyama, T. (2007). Direct observations of spawning behavior and synchrony in Calyptogena clams using an observatory and an estimate of fecundity. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 333:185-193.
· Fleeger, J.W., Carman, K.R., Weisenhorn, P.B., Sofranko, H., Marshall, T., Thistle, D., and Barry, J.P. (2006). Simulated sequestration of anthropogenic carbon dioxide at a deep-sea site: effects on nematode abundance and biovolume. Deep-Sea Research I, 53: 1135-1147.
· Thistle, D., Sedlacek, L., Carman, K.R., Fleeger, J.W., Brewer, P.G., Barry, J.P. (2006). Simulated sequestration of anthropogenic carbon dioxide at a deep-sea site: effects on harpacticoid-copepod species. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 330: 141-158
· Kogan, I., Paull, C.K., Kuhnz, L.A., Burton, E.J., VonThun, S., Greene, H.G., Barry, J.P. (2006) ATOC/Pioneer Seamount cable after 8 years on the seafloor: Observations and environmental impact. Continental Shelf Research, 26: 771-787.
· Stein, D.L., Drazen, J.C., Schlining, K.L., Barry, J.P., Kuhnz, L. (2006). Snailfishes of Monterey Canyon: video, photographic, and morphological observations. J. Fish Biology, 69: 970-986.
· Barry, J.P., Buck, K.R., Lovera, C., Kuhnz, L, Whaling, P.J. (2005) Utility of deep-sea CO2 release experiments in understanding the biology of a high CO2 ocean: Effects of hypercapnia on deep-sea meiofauna. Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans, 110, C09S12.
· Paull, C.K., Ussler, W., III., Barry, J.P., Greene, H.G., and Keaten, R., 2005, Bioerosion by chemosynthetic biological communities on Holocene slide scars, Geo-Marine Letters, 25: 11-19.
· Drazen, J.C., Bird, L.E., Barry, J.P. 2005. Development of a hyperbaric trap-respirometer for the capture and maintenance of live deep-sea organisms. Limnol. and Ocean. Methods, 3, 48849
· Caldeira, K., Brewer, P.G., Chen, B., Hansen, L., Haugan, P., Iwama, T., Johnston, P., Kheshgi, H., Li, Q., Ohsumi, T., Poertner, H., Sabine, C., Shirayama, Y., Thomson, J. (authors), Barry, J.P. (contributing author) (2005). Chapter 6: Ocean Storage. In IPCC Special Report on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
· Thistle, D., Carman, K.R., Sedlacek, L., Brewer, P.G., Fleeger, J.W., Barry, J.P. (2005) Deep-ocean, sediment-dwelling animals are sensitive to sequestered carbon dioxide. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 289: 1-Ricketts, E.R., Kennett, J.P., Hill, T.M., and Barry, J.P (2005). Effects of CO2 hydrate on deep-sea foraminiferal assemblages. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Gas Hydrates, Trondheim, Norway, 3, (3020): 839-847.
· Barry, J.P., Kurt R. Buck, Chris F. Lovera, Linda Kuhnz, Patrick J. Whaling, Edward T. Peltzer, Peter Walz, and Peter G. Brewer (2004) Effects of Direct Ocean CO2 Injection on Deep-Sea Meiofauna. Journal of Oceanography, 60: 759-766
· Carman, K.R., Thistle, D., Fleeger, J., Barry, J.P. (2004) The influence of introduced CO2 on Deep-Sea metazoan meiofaunal, Journal of Oceanography, 60(4): 767-772
· Goffredi, S.K., Barry, J.P., and Buck, K.R., (2004) Vesicomyid symbioses from Monterey Bay (Central California) Cold Seeps. Symbiosis, 36, 1-27.
· Barry, J.P., Grebmeier, J., Smith, J., & Dunbar, R.B. (2003) Bathymetric versus seafloor-habitat control of benthic megafaunal patterns in the Ross Sea, Antarctica, Ant. Res. Series, 78: 327-354.
· Grebmeier, J.G., DiTullio, G.R., Barry, J.P., & Cooper, L.W. (2003) Benthic carbon cycling in the Ross Sea polynya, Antarctica: Benthic community metabolism and sediment tracers. Antarctic Research Series, 78: 301-326
· Paull, C.K., Ussler, W III., Greene, H.G., Keaten, R., Mitts, P., Barry, J.P. (2003) Caught in the Act: The December 20th, 2001 Gravity Flow Event in Monterey Canyon. Geo-Mar. Let., 22: 227-232.
· Yoklavich, M, Cailliet, G., Oxman, D., Barry, J.P., Lindquist, D.C. (2003) Fishes. Pages 163-185 in Caffrey, J. (Ed.). Ecosystem Changes in a California Estuary: a Characterization of Elkhorn Slough. Elkhorn Slough Foundation, Moss Landing, CA
· Barry, J.P., Buck, K.R., Kochevar, R.K., Nelson, D.C., Fujiwara, Y., Goffredi, S.K., & J. Hashimoto (2002) Methane-based symbiosis in a mussel, Bathymodiolus platifrons, from cold seeps in Sagami Bay, Japan. Invertebrate Biology, 121(1): 47-54
· Eastman, J.T. and Barry, J.P. (2002) Video observation of the Antarctic toothfish, Dissostichus mawsoni (Perciformes: Nototheniidae) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica, Polar Biology, 25: 391-395
· Goffredi, S.K. and Barry, J.P. (2002) Energy acquisition in vesicomyid symbioses. Cahier de Biologie Marine, 43: 345-350
· Goffredi, S.K. & Barry, J.P. (2002) Species-specific variation in sulfide physiology between closely related vesicomyid clams. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 225: 227-238.
· Orange, D.L., Yun, J., Maher, N., Barry, J., Greene, G. (2002) Tracking California Seafloor seeps with bathymetry, backscatter and ROVs . Continental Shelf Research, 22: 2273-2290.
· Bernhard, J.M., Buck, K.M., Barry, J.P. 2001. Monterey Bay cold-seep biota: Assemblages, abundance, and ultrastructure of living foraminifera, Deep-Sea Research I, 48: 2233-2249.
· Johnson, K.S., Paull, C.K., Barry, J.P. & Chavez, F.P. (2001). A decadal record of turbidity underflows from a coastal river in to the deep-sea. Geology, 29(11): 1019-1022.
· Torres, M.E., Barry, J.P., & Suess, E. (2001) Reconstructing the history of fluid flow at cold seep sites from Ba/Ca in shells of vesicomyid clams. Limnology & Oceanography, 46(7): 1701-1708.
· Barry, J.P. & N. Maher (2000) Observation of the prickly shark, Echinorhinus cookei Pietschmann, 1928 from the O2 minimum zone in Santa Barbara Basin, California. Calif. Fish & Game, 86:213-215.
· Barry, J.P., Buck, K.R., Goffredi, S.K., & J. Hashimoto (2000) Ultrastructure studies of two chemosynthetic invertebrate-bacterial symbioses (Lamellibrachia sp. and Acharax sp.) from the Hatsushima cold seeps in Sagami Bay, Japan. JAMSTEC J. Deep-Sea Research, 16: 91-99
· Buck, K.R., Barry, J.P., Simpson, A.G.B. 2000. Monterey Bay cold seep biota: euglenozoa with chemoautotrophic bacterial epibionts. Eur. J. Protistology, 36: 117-126.
· DiTullio, G.R., Grebmeier, J., Arrigo, K.R., Lizotte, M.P., Robinson, D.H., Leventer, A., Barry, J.P., VanWoert, M., & R.B. Dunbar (2000). Rapid and early export of Phaeocystis antarctica blooms in the Ross Sea, Antarctica, Nature, 404 (6778): 595-598
· Peek, A.S., Gaut, B.S., Feldman, R.A., Barry, J.P., Kochevar, R.E., Lutz, R.A., & R.C. Vrijenhoek (2000). Neutral and nonneutral mitochondrial genetic variation in deep sea clams from the family Vesicomyidae. J. Molecular Evolution, 50(2):141-153
· Ahmad, A., Barry, J.P., & D.C. Nelson. (1999) Phylogenetic and physiological affinity of wide, vacuolate, nitrate-accumulating Beggiatoa sp. from Monterey Canyon with Thioploca spp. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 65(1):270-277.
· Barry, J.P. & R E. Kochevar (1999). Calyptogena diagonalis, a new Vesicomyid Bivalve from subduction zone seeps in the eastern North Pacific. The Veliger, 42(2): 117-123
· Orange, D.L., Greene, H.G., Reed, D., Martin, J.B., McHugh, C.M., Ryan, W.B.F., Maher, N, Stakes, D. & J.P. Barry (1999). Widespread fluid expulsion on a translational continental margin: mud volcanoes, fault zones, headless canyons, and aquifers in Monterey Bay, California. Bull. Geological Society of America 111(7): 992-1009
· Pennington, J.T., Tamburri, M.N., and J.P. Barry (1999) Development, temperature tolerance, and settlement preference of embryos and larvae of the articulate brachiopod Laqueus californianus. Biological Bulletin, 196: 245-256.
· Sagarin, R.D., Barry, J.P., Gilman, S.E., & C.H. Baxter (1999). Climate-related change in an intertidal community over short and long time scales. Ecological Monographs, 69(4): 465-490.
· Tamburri, M.N. & J.P. Barry (1999). Adaptations for scavenging by three diverse bathyal species, Eptatretus stouti, Neptunea amianta and Orchomene obtusus. Deep-Sea Research Part It, 46(12):2079-2093
· Yoklavich, M.M., Cailliet, G.M., Oxman, D.S., Barry, J.P., & D.C. Lindquist (1999). Fish assemblages of Elkhorn Slough and adjacent habitats. Elkhorn Slough Res. Res. Profile on Fishes
· Barry, J.P. & R.E. Kochevar. (1998) A tale of two clams: differing chemosynthetic life styles among vesicomyids in Monterey Bay cold seeps. Cahier de Biologie Marine 39:329-331
· Buck, K.R. & J.P. Barry (1998). Monterey Bay Cold Seep Infauna: Quantitative comparison of bacterial mat meiofauna with non-seep control sites. Cahier de Biologie Marine, 39:333-336.
· Barry, J.P., R.E. Kochevar, & C.H. Baxter (1997). The influence of pore-water chemistry and physiology in the distribution of vesicomyid clams at cold seeps in Monterey Bay: Implications for patterns of chemosynthetic community organization. Limnology and Oceanography, 42(2):318-328.
· Barry, J.P., R.E. Kochevar, C.H. Baxter, C. Harrold. (1997). Calyptogena packardana, a new species of Vesicomyid Bivalve from Cold Seeps in Monterey Bay, California. Veliger, 40(4): 341-349
· Barry, J.P., Kochevar, R.E., J. Hashimoto, Y. Fujiwara, K. Fujikura, & H.G. Greene. (1997) Studies of the physiology of chemosynthetic fauna at Cold Seeps in Sagami Bay, Japan JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research, 13: 417-423
· Greene, H.G., Barry, J.P. & B.H. Robison. (1997). A submersible-based comparison of cold seep regions in Sagami and Monterey Bays. JAMSTEC Journal of Deep-Sea Research, 13: 395-415.
· Lisin, S.E., E.E. Hannan, R.E. Kochevar, C. Harrold, & J.P. Barry (1997) Temporal variation in gametogenic cycles of vesicomyid clams. Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, 31(1-3): 307-318.
· Barry, J.P., H.G. Greene, D.L. Orange, C.H. Baxter, B.H. Robison, R.E. Kochevar, J.W. Nybakken, D.L. Reed, C.M. McHugh (1996). Biologic and Geologic Characteristics of Cold Seeps in Monterey Bay, California. Deep-Sea Research, I, 43(11-12): 1739-1762
· Barry, J.P., Yoklavich, M.M., Cailliet, G.M., Ambrose, D.A., Antrim, B.S. (1996). Trophic ecology of the dominant fishes in Elkhorn Slough, California. Estuaries, 19: 115-138
· McHatton, S.C., J.P. Barry, H.W. Jannasch, & D.C. Nelson (1996). High nitrate concentrations in vacuolate, autotrophic marine Beggiatoa spp. Appl. and Enviro. Micro. 62: 954-958.
· Barry, J.P., Baxter, C.H., Sagarin, R.D., Gilman, S.E. (1995). Climate-related, long-term faunal changes in a California rocky intertidal community. Science, 267: 672-675
· Stoker, C.R., D.R. Barch, B.P. Hine III, & J.P. Barry (1995). Antarctic undersea exploration using a robotic submarine with a telepresence user interface. IEEE Expert Intelligent systems & their Applications, 10(6): 14-23.
· Stoker, C., Barry, J.P., Barch, D.R., Hine B.P. III. (1994) Use of telepresence and virtual reality in undersea exploration: 1993 Antarctic telepresence experiment. Pages 37-44 in: Proceedings of AAAI workshop AI technologies in environmental applications, Seattle WA, July 30-31, 1994.
· Barry, J.P. & Ehret, M.J. (1993) Diet, food preference, and algal availability for fishes and crabs on intertidal reef communities in southern California. Env. Biol. Fish., 37: 75-95.
· McFeters, G.A., Barry, J.P., Howington, J.P. (1993) Distribution of enteric bacteria in Antarctic seawater surrounding a sewage outfall. Water Res., 27: 645-650.
· Barry, J.P., & Baxter, C.H. (1992) Survey design considerations for deep-sea benthic communities using ROVs. Mar. Tech. Soc., 26(4):20-26.
· Howington, J.P., McFeters, G.A., Barry, J.P., Smith, J.J. (1992) Mapping the McMurdo Station sewage plume. Mar. Poll. Bull., 25: 9-12
· Barry, J.P. & Dayton, P.K. (1991) Physical Heterogeneity and the Community Organization of Marine Systems. Pp 270-320 in: Ecological Heterogeneity, Springer Verlag, J. Kolasa & S. Pickett (eds.)
· Grebmeier, J.M. & Barry, J.P. (1991) The influence of oceanographic processes on pelagic-benthic coupling in polar regions: a benthic perspective. J. Mar. Sys., 2: 495-518.
· Yoklavich, M.M., Cailliet, G.M., Barry, J.P., Ambrose, D.A., Antrim, B.S. (1991) Temporal and spatial patterns in abundance and diversity of fishes in Elkhorn Slough, California. Estuaries, 14:465-480
· Barry, J.P. & Tegner, M.J. (1990) Inferring demographic processes from size frequency distributions: simple models indicate specific patterns of growth and mortality. Fish. Bull., 88;13-19
· Barry, J.P. (1989) Reproductive response of a marine annelid to winter storms: an analog to fire adaptation in plants? Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 54:99-107
· Barry, J.P. (1988) Hydrographic patterns in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica and their relationship to biological productivity. Polar Biol., 8:377-391.
· Barry, J.P. & Dayton, P.K. (1988) Current patterns in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica and their relationship to local biotic communities. Polar Biol., 8:367-376.
· Dayton, P.K., Watson, D., Palmisano, A., Barry, J.P., Oliver, J.S., Rivera, D. (1986) Benthic microalgal standing stock and primary production at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Polar Biol., 6:207-213.
· Barry, J.P. & Cailliet, G.M. (1981) The utilization of shallow marsh habitats by commercially important fishes in Elkhorn Slough, California. Cal-Neva Wildlife Trans. 1981:38-47.
· Cailliet, G.M. & Barry, J.P. (1978) Comparison of food array overlap measures useful in fish feeding habit analysis. From the Proc. Second Pacific Northwest Tech. Work., October 10-13, 1978. Maple Valley, Washington.
Publications & Contributions, Other
· Barry, J.P. (2010). Marine organisms and ecosystems in a high-CO2 ocean, and An overview of recommendations from the NRC Committee Report on Development of an integrated science strategy for ocean acidification monitoring , research, and impacts assessment. Written testimony for the April 22, 2010 U.S. Senate Hearing on The environmental and economic impacts of ocean acidification, held by the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation (Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries and Coast Guard Subcommittee)
· Barry, J.P. (2010). Response to questions for the record (A), The environmental and economic impacts of ocean acidification, April 22, 2010
· Barry, J.P. (2010). Response to questions for the record (B), The environmental and economic impacts of ocean acidification, April 22, 2010
· Cooley, S., Riebesell, U., Gattuso, J.-P., and others (including Barry, J.P. 2010. FAQ on ocean acidification. Ocean Biogeochemistry Program.
· Barry, J.P., Kuhnz, L., Buck, K., Lovera, C., Whaling, P.J. (2010). Potential Impacts of the MARS Cable on the seabed and benthic faunal assemblages. Report to: Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
· Brewer, P.G. and Barry, J.P. (2008) Ocean acidification: The Other Carbon Dioxide Problem, Scientific American, commentary
· Barry, J.P., Pane, E.F., Brewer, P.G. (2006) Ocean Ecosystems and the Carbon Dioxide Invasion. Ecosystems Observations for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. NOAA Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
· Barry, J.P., Seibel, B.A., Drazen, J.C., Tamburri, M.N., Buck, K.R., Lovera, C., Kuhnz, L., Peltzer, E.T., Osborn, K., Whaling, P.J, Walz, P., Brewer, P.G. (2003) Deep-sea field experiments on the biological impacts of direct deep-sea CO2 injection. Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Carbon Sequestration, May 5-8, 2003, Alexandria, VA.
· Barry, J.P., Young, C., and Nelson, D. (2001). Biological impacts of deep-sea CO2 sequestration, Report for CO2 sequestration workshop, MBARI, 2001.
· Smith, K.L. Jr., Barry, J.P., Beaulieu, S.E., Priede, I.G., Robison, B.H., Shank, T.M., Wakefield, W.W. (2001), Real-time, long-term ecological studies in the deep ocean, report of working group for deep-sea ecological studies for NEPTUNE
· DeVogelaere, A., Tamburri, M., Clague, D., Barry, J., and Benson, S. (2000). Exploring the Davidson Seamount. Pages 8 in: Ecosystem Observations for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
· Dawe, T.C., D.S. Stakes, P.R. McGill, J. Barry, S. Etchemendy (1998). Subsea Instrument deployments: methodology and techniques using a work class remotely operated vehicles (ROV). Proceedings, 1998 Oceans Conference, Nice, France
· Barry, J.P. (1995). Ocean current observations near McMurdo Station, Antarctica, 1993 to 1994: Relation to wastewater discharge dispersal. Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Report 95/0362, 104p.
· Barry, J.P. (1994). Ocean Current Observations near McMurdo Station, Antarctica from 1991 to 1993: Relation to Wastewater Discharge Dispersal. Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Report EGG-CIET-11280, 100p
· Barry, J.P. Robison, B.H., Greene, H.G., Baxter, C.H., Harrold, C., Kochevar, R.E., Orange, D., Lisin, S., Whaling, P.J., Nybakken, J. (1993) Investigations of cold seep communities in Monterey Bay, California, using a remotely operated vehicle. American Academy of Underwater Science, 1993 Symposium Volume.
· Lissner, A., Barry, J.P., Heilprin, D., Davison, D. (1992) Trawl and remotely operated vehicle ocean studies report for detailed physical and biological oceanographic studies for an ocean site designation effort under the marine protection, research and sanctuaries act of 1972 (MPRSA). Prepared for U.S. Environmental Protection agency, EPA contract number 68-C8-0062.
· Howington, J.P., Barry, J.P., Smith, J.J. & McFeters, G.A. (1992) Mapping the McMurdo Station sewage plume using bacterial indicators. Ant. J. U. S.
· Barry, J.P., Dunbar, R, Leventer-Reed, A., Dayton, P.K. (1991) Measurements of Ocean Currents in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica during the austral winter, 1989. Ant. J. U. S.
· Foster, M, Stellar, D., Barry J.P. (1990) Review of San Diego Gas and Electric Company (1989) Notice of Intention: The effects on the Marine Environment of the Proposed Changes (Combined Cycle) to Power Plants at Encina or South Bay. Final report for the California Energy Commission on Agreements 700-89-012 and 700-89-014. Report to: Mr. Richard Anderson, The California Energy Commission, 3600 Ashe Road, #17, Bakersfield, Ca. 93309.
· Barry, J.P. (1988) Pattern and Process: Patch Dynamics in a Rocky Intertidal Community in Southern California. Ph.D. Dissertation, Scripps Inst. of Oceanography, Univ. of California, San Diego, 335 pp.
· Barry, J.P., Dayton, P.K. (1986) Oceanographic Influences on Marine Benthic Communities in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Ant. J. U. S., 21:78.
· Dayton, P.K., Kooyman, G., Barry, J.P. (1984) Benthic life under thick ice. Ant. J. U. S., 19(5):128
· Barry, J.P. (1983) Utilization of shallow marsh habitats by fishes in Elkhorn Slough, California. Master's thesis, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 95 pp.
· Ocean acidification: How does changing ocean chemistry affect ocean ecosystems? Stanford University, January, 2011
· Ocean acidification – the other CO2 problem, Morro Bay Museum of Natural History, Morro Bay, January, 2011
· How ocean change affects ecosystem services: options for ocean health and societal adaptation. AAAS Meeting, Washington, D.C., February 2011
· Ocean warming, acidification, and hypoxia – the dominoes of climate change. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, March 2011
· As dominoes fall… The consequences of rising atmospheric CO2 for ocean conditions, ecosystems, and society. Lockheed Martin ATC Colloquium, Palo Alto, April, 2011
· Climate Change and the Oceans, International School of Monterey, Monterey, CA, Jan.
· Effects of Ocean Acidification on Brachiopods, Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, Feb.
· Ocean Acidification and Ocean Ecosystems: COMPASS CA State Legislator visit, MBARI, Feb
· MBARI Benthic Habitat Characterization, NOAA Benthic Habitat Characterization Workshop, Sidney, BC, March
· Atmospheric carbon dioxide targets for ocean acidification studies, Best Practices training workshop, Kiel, Germany, March, 2010
· In situ perturbation experiments in ocean acidification, Best practices training workshop, Kiel, Germany, March, 2010
· Ocean Acidification & the NRC OA Report, US Senate Committee Testimony, Washington, D.C., April
· Climate Change and Ocean Acidification, MBA Teachers workshop, Monterey, CA, April
· Ocean Acidification and Climate Change effects on Ocean Ecosystems, Stanford, CA, May
· Climate Change and Ocean Acidification: A Changing Ocean. Monterey Bay Aquarium Workshop, Monterey, CA, June
· Ocean Acidification and Society, MBARI, June
· Biology in a high CO2 ocean, SCWRP Ocean Acidification Shellfish workshop, keynote address, Long Beach, CA, July
· Aspen Institute Environmental Forum, “Ocean Acidification Panel”, Aspen, CO, July 2010
· Aspen Institute Environmental Forum, “Marine Spatial Planning Panel”, Aspen, CO, July 2010
· Climate Change and Ocean Acidification: A Changing Ocean. Monterey Bay Aquarium Workshop, Monterey, CA, July
· Comparing the acid-base response of shallow-water and deep-sea decapod crabs to ocean acidification, American Physiological Society, August, Denver, CO
· Changing Oceans: Climate Change and Ocean Acidification, Chevron Corporation, San Ramon, CA, August
· Climate change / ocean acidification panel presentation, Blue Ocean Film Festival, Monterey, August
· Overview of species responses to ocean acidification: any emerging patterns? NOAA Fisheries Ocean Acidification Workshop, Seattle, WA, August
· Ocean Acidification and Climate Change panel discussion, AAAS Meeting, San Francisco, September
· Climate change and ocean acidification effects on society, Office of Management and Budget briefing, Washington, D.C., October
· Congressional briefing on ocean acidification, October
· Global Warming, Ocean Acidification, and Society, seminar, Cal. State. Univ. San Luis Obispo, Nov.
· The what, how, where, where, and why of ocean acidification: Understanding the effects of changing ocean chemistry from individuals to ecosystems, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, CA, November
· The National Research Council Ocean Acidification Report, BIOACID Investigator Meeting, Kiel, Germany, October, 2009
· Ocean Acidification – good, bad, or ugly for marine ecosystems? Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, September 2009
· Ross Sea Ecosystems: CCLAMR Ross Sea Workshop, La Jolla, August, 2009
· Climate Change: distraction or destruction for marine ecosystems: Ocean Studies Board, June, 2009
· Ecosystem effects of high ocean carbon levels: potential impacts of subseabed carbon storage, Bergen, Norway, Keynote address, May, 2009
· Amplified ocean acidification in the deep sea, Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, February, 2009
· From extreme CO2 venting to ocean acidification - experimental approaches to assess the fate of deep sea ecosystems, Goldschmidt Conference, Keynote address, June, 2009
· Antarctic benthic community patterns and processes, IMCC Ross Sea Conference, Washington, D.C., May 2009
· Effects of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems (California State University, Stanislaus)
· Changing the world, one breath at a time: Humans, Climate Change, and the Oceans (Ricketts Memorial Lecture, MBNMS Sanctuary Symposium)
· Climate change and the oceans (Monterey Institute of International Studies)
· Effects of the high CO2 ocean on deep-sea ecosystems (AAAS Symposium, Boston)
· Effects of global climate change on the oceans (Headwaters to Oceans Conference, Long Beach)
· Climate Change and the Oceans, (Climate Clock Colloquium, San Jose)
· MBARI Ocean Acidification Studies (Friday Harbor Labs, Washington)
· Ocean acidification and deep sea ecosystems (MIIS)
· Ocean acidification Studies: Issues, approaches, methods (Western Soc. Nat. Workshop)
· In situ perturbation experiments on ocean acidification (Best practices in OA research, Kiel, Germany)
· Climate change and the oceans, MBARI seminar
· Ocean acidification and marine ecosystems, Deep-Sea Coral Symposium, Wellington, NZ
· How will climate warming and the carbon dioxide invasion from the atmosphere affect future ocean ecosystems? (Moss Landing Marine Laboratories)
· Barry, JP, Kochevar, RK, Whaling, PJ. Growth, production, and mortality of the vesicomyid bivalve Calyptogena kilmeri. Pacific Science Congress, Okinawa, Japan
· The hard life in Monterey Canyon: effects of sediment gravity flows on benthic biological patterns and material transport across the continental margin (Oregon State University)
· Population dynamics of chemosynthetic clams in cold seeps off Central California (Moss Landing Marine Laboratories)
· Conducting Experiments in the Deep-Sea to understand the Low pH Ocean (AAAS Symposium, SF)
· Deep-sea Carbon Sequestration and Ocean Acidification (Carbon Management Symposium, Utretch University, The Netherlands)
· Ocean Carbon Sequestration (U.S. Congressional Briefing – COMPASS)
· MBARI Ocean Acidification Studies (Kristineberg Marine Research Station, Sweden)
· Ocean Acidification effects on Deep-Sea ecosystems (MBARI CO2 symposium)
· Biological Impacts of Deep-Sea Carbon Sequestration (International Seminar on Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
· Can ocean carbon sequestration have significant societal value without the collapse of deep-sea ecosystems? (Stanford University)
· The Effects of Climate Warming and Ocean Acidification on Ocean Ecosystems (California Coastal Commission)
· Ocean exploration by MBARI (MBA)
· Climate change, societal values, and carbon sequestration: the biology of ocean versus atmospheric carbon dioxide storage (U.C. Davis, Bodega Marine Laboratory)
· The biology of the future high-CO2 ocean (Hopkins Marine Station)
· Climate Change and carbon sequestration: the biology of ocean versus atmospheric carbon storage (Louisiana State University)
· Biological Responses of Deep-sea organisms to direct CO2 injection. (SCOR/IOC Symposium on “The Ocean in a High CO2 World”, Paris, France)
· Benthic Ecology of McMurdo Sound and the SW Ross Sea, Antarctica. (NSF-sponsored McMurdo Sound LTER workshop, San Jose, CA)
· The effects of direct ocean CO2 injection on deep-sea meiofauna (RITE International Conference on the Biology of Deep-Sea CO2 sequestration, Kyoto, Japan)
· Ecological impacts of ocean carbon sequestration (Hopkins Marine St.)
· Carbon sequestration biology. (2nd Ann. Conf. on Carbon Sequestration, Washington, D.C.)
· Biology of Monterey Methane Seeps (JAMSTEC)
· Ecological impacts of ocean carbon sequestration (JAMSTEC)
· The effects of direct ocean CO2 injection on Deep-sea meiofauna (RITE International Workshop)
· Use of Vesicomyid clams as proxies for ageing submarine landslide events (AGU Fall Meeting)
· Ecological impacts of direct ocean CO2 sequestration (AGU, spring, SIO, MLML, Romberg Center)
· Cold seep biology and ecology (Hopkins Mar. St., Romberg Center, MLML, USF)
· Antarctic pelagic-benthic coupling (CSUS)
· Cold seep biology and ecology (Hopkins Marine Station)
· Biological Studies of Ocean Carbon Sequestration, (AGU fall meeting, DOE Center for Carbon Sequestration Research Workshop, Oakland, CA, MBARI / DOE Ocean Injection Experts Workshop)
· Pelagic-benthic coupling on the Antarctic Continental Shelf (MLML, AGU, CSUS)
· Biological impacts of ocean carbon sequestration, (DOE Ocean Carbon Sequestration, Baltimore)
· Pelagic Benthic Coupling in the Ross Sea, Antarctica, (Cal. State Univ. Stanislaus)
· Biology and Ecology of Cold Seeps; (Friends of Moss Landing Marine Laboratories)
· A tale of two clams: Differing chemosynthetic life styles at cold seep communities in Monterey Bay. (UCSB, SIO, Symbiosis conference)
· Ecology of Chemosynthetic Communities in Monterey Bay (Hopkins Marine Station, MLML)
· Coupling between Fluid Chemistry and Community Structure at Cold Seeps in Monterey Bay (AAAS, San Jose State University)
· Methods of Underwater Positioning and Size Estimation (Groundfish Meeting, Newport, Oregon)
· Climate-Related Changes in Intertidal Invertebrate Communities (Nat. Mus. of Natural History)
· Geology and Ecology of Cold Seeps (California State University, Stanislaus, MLML)
· Coupling between Fluid Chemistry and Community Structure at Cold Seeps (AAAS)
· Sampling Benthic Populations Using ROVs: How Can Accuracy and Statistical Power Be Maximized? (Groundfish Meeting, Seattle, Washington)
· Biology and Ecology of Cold Seeps in Monterey Bay (JAMSTEC, UCSC)
· Science at MBARI, Scripps Inst. Oc., Field Studies Course, G. Kooyman
· Alternate Stable States in Natural Communities: Why are They Rare? (Hopkins Marine Station)