Ocean Sciences


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OS001. Advances in monitoring and modeling of subsea permafrost
Dallas Sherman | IGPP/SIO/UCSD
Jennifer Frederick | Sandia National Laboratories
Benjamin Abbott | Brigham Young University
OS002. Advancing the use of multi-angle polarimetry for ocean-color remote-sensing applications
Jeremy Werdell | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Paula Bontempi | NASA Headquarters
Bryan Franz | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Amir Ibrahim | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
OS003. Air-sea interaction from tropics to extratropics: ocean mesoscales, teleconnections, and climate predictions
Hyodae Seo | WHOI
Masami Nonaka | Application Laboratory, JAMSTEC
Niklas Schneider | Univ Hawaii
Larry O'Neill | Oregon State University
OS004. At the intersection of society and our coasts: Advancements in coastal-ocean science and applications to the human dimension
Greg Dusek | NOAA National Ocean Service, Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services
Steve Gittings | NOAA National Ocean Service, National Marine Sanctuaries
Marie Bundy | NOAA National Ocean Service, Office of Coastal Management
Lisa Dipinto | NOAA National Ocean Service, Office of Response and Restoration
OS005. Beyond constant eddy diffusivities: Estimation, implementation, impacts, and new approaches to the parametrization of lateral mixing in ocean models
Anand Gnanadesikan | Johns Hopkins University
K. Shafer Smith | New York University
Baylor Fox-Kemper | Brown University
Inga Koszalka | GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
OS007. Biogeochemical cycling in estuaries, coastal waters, and their watersheds: natural variability, response to land use and climate change, and management implications
Raymond Najjar | The Pennsylvania State University
Ming Li | Univ of Maryland Ctr for Env.
Zach Easton | Virginia Tech
Marjorie Friedrichs | Virginia Inst Marine Science
OS008. Coastal Altimetry: Retrieval, Applications and Assimilation in Models
Jérôme Benveniste | European Space Agency/ESA-ESRIN
Villy Kourafalou | U. Miami
Cheinway Hwang | National Chiao Tung University
Stefano Vignudelli | Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche
OS009. Coastal Response to Extreme Events: Fidelity of Model Predictions of Surge, Inundation, and Morphodynamics
Jayaram Veeramony | US Naval Research Laboratory
Ap Van Dongeren | Deltares
Maitane Olabarrieta | University of Florida
Stephanie Smallegan | Virginia Tech
OS010. Declining Ocean Oxygen from Estuaries to the Open Ocean: Scientific Causes and Management Implications
James Ammerman | Long Island Sound Study/NEIWPCC
James O'Donnell | University of Connecticut
OS011. Flooding on Coral-Reef-Lined Coasts: Current State of Knowledge and Future Challenges
Curt Storlazzi | USGS Pacific Science Ctr
Ap Van Dongeren | Deltares
Gundula Winter | University of Western Australia
OS012. Gas-Hydrate-Bearing Sediments: Recent Advances in Characterization, Experiments, and Modeling
Stephen Phillips | University of Texas at Austin
Xiaojing Fu | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Yi Fang | University of Texas at Austin
Junbong Jang | U.S. Geological Survey, Woods Hole
OS013. Gas hydrates: Major Unconventional Energy Resource, when will they be produced?
Kalachand Sain | CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute
Richard Coffin | Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
Ingo Pecher | University of Auckland
OS014. General chemical and biological oceanography posters
Mariana Bif | University of Miami
Dennis Hansell | RSMAS, University of Miami
OS015. General topics in oceanography presented in poster form
Emily Eidam | University of North Carolina
Charles Nittrouer | University of Washington
OS016. Geological and Geophysical Characterization of Marine Gas-Hydrate Reservoirs
Manasij Santra | University of Texas at Austin
Ann Cook | Ohio State University Main Campus
Alexey Portnov | The Ohio State University
Stefan Bünz | University of Tromso
OS017. Geological constraints on coastal evolution and morphodynamics
Carlos Loureiro | Ulster University
Andrew Green | University of KwaZulu-Natal
James Cooper | University of Ulster
OS018. Geologic Evolution of Continental Shelves
Shannon Klotsko | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Ashley Long | Coastal Carolina University
Jillian Maloney | San Diego State University
Jenna Hill | U.S. Geological Survey
OS019. Geomechanics and their implications for long term reservoir stability in a producing Natural Gas Hydrate Reservoir
Jeen-Shang Lin | University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Campus
Seth Haines | US Geological Survey
Shun Uchida | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Michael Max | MaxSystems LLC
OS020. Global Developments in Seafloor Mapping: Gaining a Greater Insight into Earth Systems
Nicole Raineault | Ocean Exploration Trust
Maria Judge | Geological Survey of Ireland
Geoffroy Lamarche | NIWA
Kim Picard | Geoscience Australia
OS021. High-Resolution Ocean Modeling for Ocean-Ice Interaction Around the Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets
Ian Fenty | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Michael Schodlok | University of California Los Angeles
OS023. Improved observational and modeling skills to understand the hurricane and winter storms induced surge and meteotsunami
Meng Xia | University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Alex Sheremet | University of Florida
Chunyan Li | Louisiana State University
Edward Myers | NOAA
OS024. Improvements in synoptic, subseasonal to seasonal, and decadal projections through next-generation ocean model developments, observations, and coupled data assimilation
Bradford Johnson | Trivector Services/NOAA OAR
Luke Van Roekel | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Santha Akella | Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Jessie Carman | NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
OS025. Indo-Pacific ocean circulation and the environmental and climatic impacts
Hui Zhou | Institute of Oceanology, CAS
Huijie Xue | SCSIO South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of SciencesUniversity of Maine
William Dewar | Florida State Univ
Jin-Song von Storch | Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
OS026. Integrated observations and modeling of surface currents, waves, and winds
Ana Beatriz Villas Boas | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Bourassa Mark A | Florida State University
Fabrice Ardhuin | CNRS, Univ. Brest, IFREMER, IRD
OS027. Interdisciplinary Applications of Data from NOAA’s Operational Network of Deep-ocean Assessment and Reporting of Tsunamis (DART) Systems
Marie Eble | NOAA/PMEL R/E/PM
Aaron Sweeney | National Centers for Environmental InformationCooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
Richard Bouchard | Unaffiliated
Richard Ray | NASA
OS028. Investigating Mid-Ocean-Ridge Processes with Deep Submergence Technologies
Anna Reysenbach | Portland State Univ
Vicki Ferrini | LDEO
Peter Girguis | Harvard University
Patricia Gregg | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
OS029. Land-Based Remote-Sensing of the Coastal Ocean: Science and Technological Innovations
Brian Emery | Marine Science Institute
Anthony Kirincich | Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst
OS030. Modeling of Gas-Hydrate-Related Systems
Michael Nole | Sandia National Labs
Ewa Burwicz | GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
Yoshihiro Konno | Department of Ocean Technology, Policy, and Environment, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Kehua You | University of Texas at Austin
OS031. Nearshore Physical Processes
Meagan Wengrove | University of New Hampshire Main Campus
Greg Wilson | Oregon State University
Patricia Chardon-Maldonado | University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
OS032. New Frontiers in the Southern Ocean’s Role in Climate: Recent developments in physical and biogeochemical observations and modeling
Joellen Russell | University of Arizona
Lynne Talley | University of California San Diego
Kenneth Johnson | Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Stephen Riser | University of Washington
OS033. New Opportunities in Ocean and Earth Observing at The Seafloor Interface
Charlotte Rowe | Los Alamos National Laboratory - LANL
Susan Bilek | New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Jerome Aucan | Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)
Bruce Howe | University of Hawaii at Manoa
OS034. Novel data-analysis techniques for big data applications in marine science
Anastasia Romanou | NASA GISS
Maciej Telszewski | Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences
Peter Landschuetzer | Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
Luke Gregor | Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
Rebecca Latto | NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
OS035. Physical Oceanography, Geodynamics, and Ecological Environment of the Western Pacific
Jianing Wang | Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Weidong Sun | Center of Deep Sea Research, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Kuidong Xu | Institute of Oceanology, Center for Ocean Mega-Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Fan Wang | Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
OS037. Rare Earth Elements (REEs) as Tracers of Oceanic Processes: New Insights into the Geochemical Mechanisms Behind Their Patterns and Profiles
Johan Schijf | University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Torben Stichel | Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
Hirofumi Tazoe | Hirosaki University
Brian Haley | Oregon State University
OS038. Seafloor hydrocarbon seepage and venting - the contributions and impacts to the hydrosphere, atmosphere and seep habitat biosphere
Martin Scherwath | Ocean Networks Canada
Tamara Baumberger | University of BergenNOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Ira Leifer | University of California, Santa Barbara
Hiroaki Watanabe | Kyushu University
OS039. Sea Level Change and Coastal Impacts and Flooding
Emily Smith | Utah State University Energy Dynamics Lab
Detlef Stammer | University of Hamburg
Philip Thompson | JIMAR, University of Hawaii
Kathleen White | US Army Corps of Engineers,US Army Corps of Engineers
OS040. Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) Mission: Oceanography, Hydrology, and their interaction at the estuaries
Lee-Lueng Fu | JPL
Rosemary Morrow | CNES French National Center for Space Studies
Jean-Francois Cretaux | CNES French National Center for Space Studies
Tamlin Pavelsky | University of North Carolina
OS041. Temporal Variability in Oceanic Mesoscale Activity, from Seasonal to Multi-Decadal Records
Andrew Delman | Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Angel Amores | Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies
Julius Busecke | Princeton University
OS042. Turbidity Currents and the Morphology and Stratigraphy They Create
Gary Parker | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Jim Best | Univ. Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Jeffrey Peakall | University of Leeds
Robert Dorrell | University of Hull, HU6 7RX, UK
OS043. Understanding Changing Ocean Biogeochemistry
Galen McKinley | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
Anastasia Romanou | NASA GISS
Matthew Long | National Center for Atm Res
OS044. Unprecedented Bering Sea Ice Extent and Impacts to Marine Ecosystems and Western Alaskan Communities
Emily Osborne | NOAA Climate Program Office
Molly McCammon | Alaska Ocean Observing System
Olivia Lee | University of Alaska Fairbanks
A006. Aerosol exchange across the air-sea interface: deposition and emission
Amanda Frossard | University of Georgia
Katherine Mackey | University of California Irvine
Kostas Tsigaridis | Columbia University
Cassandra Gaston | University of Miami
A017. Assessment, Enhancement and Integration of Arctic Observing Systems
Roberta Pirazzini | Finnish Meteorological Institute
Hanne Sagen | Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Michael Tjernstrom | Stockholm University
Andreas Ahlstrom | Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
A046. Extratropical and High-latitude Storms, Teleconnections, Extreme Weather, and the Changing Polar Climate
Xiangdong Zhang | Univ Alaska
Kent Moore | Univ Toronto
James Overland | NOAA Seattle
A054. High resolution weather and climate modeling on large supercomputers
Gokhan Danabasoglu | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Malcolm Roberts | Met Office Hadley center for Climate Change
Pier Luigi Vidale | NCAS Climate
Rein Haarsma | Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
L. Ruby Leung | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
A067. Local Processes and Global Impact of the Indo-Pacific Maritime Continent
Samson Hagos | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kunio Yoneyama | Japan Ag for Mar Ear Sci & Tec
Eric Maloney | Colorado State University
Janet Sprintall | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
A093. Role of Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction in Regional Climate Variability and Change
Shoshiro Minobe | Hokkaido Univ-Grad. School Sci
Matthew Collins | University of Exeter
Shang-Ping Xie | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Olga Zolina | Laboratoire de glaciologie et géophysique de l'environnement
B012. Carbon feedbacks in Earth’s climate system: beyond emergent patterns and towards mechanistic processes to reduce future climate uncertainty
Ashley Ballantyne | University of Montana
Abhishek Chatterjee | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Benjamin Poulter | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Laure Resplandy | Princeton University
B020. Comparative Organic Geochemistry of Soils and Aquatic Sediments: A New View in the 21st Century
Thomas Bianchi | University of Florida
Elise Morrison | University of Florida
Nicholas Ward | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Timothy Filley | Purdue University
C004. Advances in Ice Sheet-Ocean Interactions: From Measurements to Climate Impacts
Thomas Armitage | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Anna Hogg | University of Leeds
Paul Holland | British Antarctic Survey
Fiammetta Straneo | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
C017. Forty years of eyes on the planet: An uninterrupted record of earth remote sensing with satellite passive microwave instruments
Walter Meier | National Snow and Ice Data Center
Carl Mears | Remote Sensing Systems
Ralph Ferraro | NOAA/NESDIS
Thomas Wilheit | Texas A & M Univ
ED037. Geoethics: Taking a Stand for Ethical Geoscience Research, Education, Communication, and Practice
Cindy Palinkas | University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory
Vincent Cronin | Baylor University
Silvia Peppoloni | National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology
Chris Keane | American Geosciences Institute
G015. Integration of GNSS into Water Level Observation Networks: Priorities, Technologies, and Benefits
Nicole Kinsman | NOAA National Geodetic Survey
Adria Schneck | NOAA Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services
Mike Craymer | Natural Resources Canada
Médéric Gravelle | LIENSs
GC006. Advances in Understanding Causes and Consequences of High-latitude System Changes for Improved Sub-seasonal to Decadal Predictability
Wieslaw Maslowski | Naval Postgraduate School
Renu Joseph | US Department of Energy
Wilbert Weijer | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Hailong Wang | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
GC016. Attribution Science Advancements: Atmosphere, Cryosphere, Hydrosphere, Ocean
Brenda Ekwurzel | Union of Concerned Scientists
Friederike Otto | University of Oxford
Rachel Licker | Union of Concerned Scientists
Sarah Cooley | Ocean Conservancy Inc.
GC021. Carbon cycle climate variability: observation, modeling and data assimilation in the modern data-rich era
Ning Zeng | University of Maryland
Abhishek Chatterjee | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Andrew Jacobson | NOAA Boulder
Benjamin Poulter | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
GC068. Marine-Based Methods of Global CO2 Management
Greg Rau | UCSC-IMSUniversity of California Santa Cruz
Brian Von Herzen | Climate Foundation
Phil Renforth | Cardiff University
Matthew Eisaman | Stony Brook University
GC072. Partnerships for Advancing and Facilitating Science: The State of the Carbon Cycle & 20 years of Research Coordination
Nancy Cavallaro | USDA/NIFA
Zhiliang Zhu | USGS
Laura Lorenzoni | NASA Headquarters
Gyami Shrestha | U.S. Carbon Cycle Science ProgramUniversity Corporation for Atmospheric Research
GC082. State of the Carbon Cycle in North America: Key Findings from Assessing a Decade of Science, Decisions, and Management Impacts
Gyami Shrestha | U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program
Nancy Cavallaro | USDA/NIFA
Laura Lorenzoni | NASA Headquarters
Zhiliang Zhu | USGS
GC086. The global water cycle: linkages of ocean salinity with the atmosphere and terrestrial hydrology
Paul Durack | Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab.
Nadya Vinogradova | NASA Headquarters
John Reager | University California, Irvine
Remy Roca | CNRS
GH006. Climate link to infectious diseases: Toward development of successful early warning systems
Kristie Ebi | University of Washington Seattle Campus
Masahiro Hashizume | Nagasaki University
Glenn McGregor | Durham University
Swadhin Behera | JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
GH018. Ocean Health,Environmental Hazards, and Social Justice :Information and Communication for Resilience and Sustainability of GeoHealth.
Kalpana Chaudhari |
PT Karule | YCCE,Nagpur
Pasquale de Toro | Interdepartmental Research Center in Urban Planning ‘Alberto Calza Bini’, The University of Naples ‘Federico II’
Maria Cerreta | "Planning and Sustainable Design of the Port Areas", The University of Naples ‘Federico II’
NG011. Stochastic Modelling in Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Dynamics
Aneesh Subramanian | Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes (CW3E)
Cecile Penland | Physical Sciences Division
Paul Williams | University of Reading, UK
Juan Restrepo | Oregon State University
NH013. Extreme sea levels: statistics, impacts, and adaptation
Thomas Wahl | University of Central Florida
Peter Ruggiero | Oregon State University
Ivan Haigh | Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton
William Sweet | NOAA/NOS
NH026. Predicting Extreme Events to Build Resilience to Natural Hazards
Raymond Schmitt | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Albert Kettner | University of Colorado
Michael Liemohn | University of Michigan
NH035. Tsunami Research and Early Warning
Y Tony Song | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Kenji Satake | University of Tokyo
Sergio Barrientos | Universidad de Chile
NS014. Time-lapse and Baseline Geophysical Studies in Coastal Zones
Koichi Hayashi | Geometrics
John Goff | Univ of Texas at Austin
Juan Lorenzo | Louisiana State University
P020. From the Earth to the Moons: Unraveling the Geologic, Oceanographic and Chemical Mysteries of Ice and Ocean Worlds
Catherine Walker | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Steve Vance | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Christopher German | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Britney Schmidt | Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus
T023. Geospatial Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning in Earth Sciences
Dawn Wright | Environmental Systems Research Institute
Emily Law | CalTech JPL
Warren Wood | Naval Research Laboratory
Jens Klump | CSIRO Earth Science Resource Engineering
Orhun Aydin | ESRI
T035. Seafloor Geodesy — Measuring Deformation of the Seabed
Martin Heesemann | Ocean Networks Canada
Kelin Wang | Geological Survey of Canada
Yusaku Ohta | Tohoku University
Matthew Cook | University of California, San Diego
U016. New Models of Citizen Science for the Next Century of AGU: Approaches to Enable Meaningful Engagement With Evidence and the Scientific Process
Lin Chambers | NASA Langley Research Center
Caren Cooper | North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
John McLaughlin | Organization Not Listed
V029. New Insights into Oceanic Spreading Centers from Seafloor Observatories
Christian Baillard | School of Oceanography, University of Washington
Thibaut Barreyre | K.G.J. Centre for Deep Sea Research, University of Bergen
Marjolaine Matabos | IFREMER
David Butterfield | University of Washington, NOAA/PMEL