Liege Colloquium 2014 Online Presentations

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Online Presentations

  • Session 1: Paleoproxies of hypoxia
  • Session 2: Deoxygenation and biogeochemical cycles
  • Session 3: Modelling hypoxia
  • Session 4: Deoxygenation in a global change context
  • Session 5: Deoxygenation, marine resources, ecosystem functioning and structure of the foodweb
  • Session 6: Life and processes in redox gradients
  • Session 7: Eastern Boundary upwelling systems (EBUS) as natural SOLAS laboratories
  • Session 8: Oxygen time series and instrumental developments
  • Welcome by Marilaure Grégoire & Alberto Borges

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    Opening Keynote

    Lisa Levin

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    Session 1: Paleoproxies of hypoxia

    Session 1 : Paleoproxies of hypoxia

    Conveners: Caroline Slomp & Daniel Conley

    Keynote: Silke Severmann

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    Nardelli M. P., Barras C., Metzger E., Mouret A., Filipsson H. L., Jorissen F., Geslin E.

    Benthic foraminifera can calcify under anoxia: Experimental evidences on three species

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    Conley D., Gustafsson B., Andersen J., Carstensen J.

    Drivers of deoxygenation of the Baltic Sea during the last century

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    Jaccard S.L., Galbraith E.D., Froelicher T.L., Gruber N.

    Ocean (de)oxygenation across the last deglaciation – Insights for the future

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    Hoogakker B., Schmiedl G., Elderfield H., McCave N., Rickaby R.

    Past deep water oxygen reconstructions

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    Slomp C.

    Sediments as recorders of spatial and temporal variability in Baltic Sea hypoxia

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    Session 2: Deoxygenation and biogeochemical cycles

    Session 2: Deoxygenation and biogeochemical cycles

    Conveners: Wajih Naqvi & Jean-Pierre Descy

    Keynote: James Murray

    Nitrogen Cycling under marine variable oxygen and sulfidic conditions: Lessons from the Black Sea

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    Meysman F. J. R., Seita D., Malkin S., Vasquez D., Boschker E.

    A novel way of life emerges from hypoxic sediments: microbial sulphur oxidation via long-distance electron transport

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    Morana C., Darchambeau F., Roland F., Muvundja F., Kelemen Z., Commarieu M-V Leporcq B., Alunga G., Masilya P., Descy J-P Borges A.V., Bouillon S.

    Biogeochemistry of a large, meromictic tropical lake (Lake Kivu, East Africa): insights from a stable isotope study covering an annual cycle

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    Rabouille C., W.F. Chen B.Y. He P.H. Cai B. Bombled F. Toussaint M.H. Dai

    Combining sediment and water column investigations to study the processes generating hypoxia in the Pearl River Estuary (China)

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    Zilius M., Bartoli M., Bresciani M., Petkuviene J Lubiene I and Bukaveckas P

    Feedback mechanisms between cyanobacterial blooms, transient hypoxia and benthic phosphorus regeneration in shallow coastal environments

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    Fuessel J., Nowka B., Luecker S., Lam P., Spieck E., Daims H., Hach P., Litman S., Kuypers M.M.M.

    Metabolic versatility of a globally distributed nitrite oxidizer, Nitrococcus sp.

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    Naqvi S.W.A., Shenoy D.M., Kurian S., Naik H., Gauns M., Pratihary A.K., Yasar N.K., Sarkar A., Narvenkar G.

    Seasonal Anoxia in Indian Reservoirs

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    Barnes J., Upstill-Goddard R.

    Oxygen and the denitrification paradox: are sediments a source or a sink of N2O?

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    Sulu-Gambari F., Seitaj D., Meysman F., Slomp C. P.

    Sediment phosphorus dynamics in a marine coastal lake: Response to seasonal variations in bottom water redox conditions

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    Kriest I., Oschlies A.

    Simulating remineralization processes in oxygen minimum zones: uncertainties and consequences for global biogeochemical cycles

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    Lennartz S.T., Kock A., Bange H.W.

    Time Series and Box Model Simulation of Nitrous Oxide (N2O) and Methane (CH4) at the Time Series Station Boknis Eck, SW Baltic Sea

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    Session 3: Modelling hypoxia

    Session 3: Modelling hypoxia

    Conveners: Temel Oguz & Marilaure Grégoire

    Keynotes: Eugene Turner & Dubravko Justic & Nancy Rabalais

    Modeling Coastal Hypoxia: Lessons Learned and Perspectives for the Future

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    Oschlies A., Koeve W., Schmidtko S.

    Global patterns of deoxygenation deduced from observations and CMIP5 models

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    Meier H.E.M., Almroth-Rosell E., Andersson H.C., Eilola K., Gustafsson B.G., Gustafsson E., Kuznetsov I., Müller-Karulis B., Neumann T., and Savchuk O. P.

    Modeling hypoxia in past and future climates of the Baltic Sea

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    Stanev E., Y. He J. Staneva E. Yakushev

    The Black Sea biogeochemistry: focus on temporal and spatial variability of oxygen

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    Testa J., Lee Younjoo Li M., Kemp W. M.

    Quantifying biological an physical controls on dissolved oxygen in Chesapeake Bay using a coupled hydrodynamic biogeochemical model

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    Grosse F., Lenhart H.-J., Brockmann U.

    Looking beyond stratification: A model-based analysis of the biological drivers of oxygen depletion in the North Sea

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    Koeve W., Kähler P., Oschlies A.

    The puzzle of oceanic oxygen utilization

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    Zhou Y., Oenour D.R., Scavia D., Michalak A.M.

    Advances in hypoxic extent estimation through geostatistical modeling

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    Geerts L., Soetaert K., Meiere P.

    Oxygen deficiencies in the Schelde and Elbe estuary: same difficulties, different causes

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    Laurent A., Fennel K.

    Phosphorus limitation reduces hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico: results from a physical-biogeochemical model

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    Session 4: Deoxygenation in a global change context

    Session 4: Deoxygenation in a global change context

    Conveners: Jing Zhang & Andreas Oschlies

    Keynote: Lothar Stramma

    Global oxygen changes and oxygen variability in the eastern Pacific off Peru

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    Frölicher T.L., Jaccard S.L., Galbraith E., Gruber N.

    Transient and equilibrium responses of oceanic dissolved oxygen to global warming

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    Keynote: Rabalais N.

    Deoxygenation in a global change context – coastal conditions

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    Hetland R., Scully M.

    Physical controls of the variability and predictability of hypoxia

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    Capet A., Beckers J-M., Grégoire M.

    Hypoxia in the Black Sea northwestern shelf : from eutrophication to climate drivers

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    Li M., Testa J., Lee Y., Li Y. and Kemp M.

    Impact of Climate Variability and Extreme Weather Events on Hypoxia and Plankton Productivity in Chesapeake Bay

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    Hagens M., Slomp C.P., Meysman F.J.R., Seitaj D., Borges A.V., Middelburg J. J.

    Hypoxia and biogeochemical processes concomitantly influence acidification in the seasonally stratified coastal marine Lake Grevelingen, the Netherlands

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    Jenny JP., P. Francus ME. Perga

    Recent spreading of hypoxia in continental zones: a meta-analysis from lake sediment archives

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    Naqvi S.W.A., Shenoy D.M., Kurian S., Naik H., Gauns M., Pratihary A.K., Yasar N.K., Sarkar A., Narvenkar G.

    Time series observations in the seasonally anoxic Tillari Reservoir, India

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    Session 5: Deoxygenation, marine resources, ecosystem functioning and structure of the foodweb

    Session 5: Deoxygenation, marine resources, ecosystem functioning and structure of the foodweb

    Conveners: Lisa Levin & Carol Robinson

    Keynote: Wishner K.

    Zooplankton ecology in oceanic oxygen minimum zones: Structure, trophic webs, and global change

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    Jessen G., Ramette A., Lichtschlag A., Wenzhöfer F., Schubert C.J., Pantoja S., Donis D., Boetius A.

    Evidence for a typical microbial community signature associated with hypoxia

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    Goes J.I., Rosario Gomes H.D., Prabhu Matondkar S., Basu S., Buskey E.J., Parab S.G., Thoppil P.

    Ecosystem disruption in the Arabian Sea with potential links to the spread of hypoxia

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    Langlet D., Geslin E., Baal C., Metzger E., Lejzerowicz F., Riedel B., Zuschin M., Pawlowski J., Risgaard-Petersens N., Stachowitsch M., Jorissen F.

    Foraminiferal survival and community response to 10 months of experimentally induced anoxia

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    Roman M., Elliott D and Pierson J

    Effects of coastal hypoxia on pelagic zooplankton spatial ecology

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    Davies S., Sanchez L., Beier E.

    Vertical distribution of fish larvae habitats and its relationship with dissolved oxygen gradients in the Tropical-Subtropical Convergence region in the Pacific off Mexico

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    Brennan C.E., Blanchard H., Fennel K.

    Putting oxygen and temperature thresholds of marine animals in context of environmental change: a regional perspective for the Scotian Shelf and Gulf of St. Lawrence

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    Currie B.

    Namibia´s «dead zone»: ecosystem functioning in an extreme environment

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    Prince E.D., J. P. Hoolihan Jiangang Luo Carlos Palma Lothar Stramma, and Sunke Schmidtko

    Expanding Oxygen Minimum Zones, Tropical Pelagic Predators, and Atlantic Fisheries That Exploit Them

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    Maximov A.A.

    Benthic diversity and consequences of hypoxia – introduction of alien polychaetes to the eastern Gulf of Finland enhances the resistance of ecosystem

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    Berezina N., Razinkovas-Baziukas A.

    Littoral food web in the eastern Baltic Sea lagoons with seasonal hypoxic events

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    Bonsdorff E., Weigel B., Andersson H.C., Meier H.E.M., Nordström M.C., Snickars M., Törnroos A.

    Climate change promotes risk of hypoxia in coastal zones threatening zoobenthic communities and their functions

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    Breitburg D., Targett T., Rose K., Keppel A., Clark V., Bogue K., Dixon R., Neilan R., Creekmore S.

    Breathless nights- diel cycling hypoxia and acidification effects in shallow estuarine waters

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    Session 6: Life and processes in redox gradients

    Session 6: Life and processes in redox gradients

    Conveners: Sean Crowe & Steven Hallam

    Keynote: Klaus Jürgens

    Globally distributed microorganisms as biogeochemical key players in marine oxygen-deficient systems

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    Borrego C.M., Noguerola I., Picazo A., Llirós M., Camacho A.

    Activity and seasonal dynamics of freshwater epsilonproteobacteria in a sulfidic redoxcline of a meromictic karstic lake

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    Kalvelage T., Lavik G, Jensen M., Revsbech N P, Schunck H., Loescher C, Desai D., Laroche J., Schmitz-Streit R, Kuypers M.

    Aerobic Microbial Respiration in Oceanic Oxygen Minimum Zones

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    Geelhoed J., Boschker E. and Meysman F.

    Filamentous bacteria involved in long-distance electron transport in marine sediments

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    Seitaj D., Malkin S., Schauer R., Meysman F.

    Efficient sulfide detoxification in seasonally hypoxic sediments by competing S-oxidizing bacteria

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    Keil R., Neibauer J., Devol A.

    In Situ Incubations and Targeted Proteomics as tools to evaluate carbon cycling in low oxygen marine waters

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    Morana C., Borges A.V., Darchambeau F., Roland F., Montante L., Descy J.-P., Bouillon S.

    Methanotrophy and chemoautotrophy within the redox gradient of a large and deep tropical lake (Lake Kivu, East Africa)

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    Peura S., L. Sinclair, A. Eiler

    Microbial processes at the oxycline of humic lakes

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    Session 7: Eastern Boundary upwelling systems (EBUS) as natural SOLAS laboratories

    Session 7: Eastern Boundary upwelling systems (EBUS) as natural SOLAS laboratories

    Conveners: Véronique Garçon & Francisco Chavez

    Keynote: Zouhair Lachkar

    Hypoxia in Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems under modern and future climate

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    Montes I., Dewitte B., Gutknecht E., Paulmier A., Dadou I., Oschlies A., Garçon V.

    High-resolution modeling of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Oxygen Minimum Zone: Sensitivity to the tropical oceanic circulation

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    Garçon V., Sudre J., Hernandez-Carrasco I., Dewitte B., Illig S., Dadou I., Paulmier A., Montes I., Yahia H., Garbe C., Butz A.

    Inference of super-resolution ocean pCO2 and air-sea CO2 fluxes from non-linear and multiscale processing methods

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    Bange H., Team of M91

    M91: Surface Ocean – Lower Atmosphere Study in the upwelling region off Peru

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    Tim N., E. Zorita, B Hünicke

    Influence of atmospheric circulation on the Namibian upwelling system and the oxygen minimum zone

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    Eggert A., Muller A.A., Mohrholz V., Schmidt M.

    Seasonal dynamics of the oxygen budget on the Namibian shelf: a model perspective

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    Pitcher G.C., Probyn T.A., Pfaff M.C., Rybicki E. and Schroeder D.C.

    Red tide and anoxia in a coastal embayment of the southern Benguela upwelling system

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    Chavez F., Friederich G., Messié M., Sevadjian J.

    The roles of physical and biological processes in determining oxygen and pH levels in the eastern Pacific Ocean

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    Bianchi D., Galbraith E.

    Oxygen minimum zones in an eddy-resolving coupled climate model

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    Cavan E.

    Sinking Particulate Organic Carbon in the Equatorial Tropical North Pacific Oxygen Minimum Zone

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    Franco A. C., Lachkar Z., Gruber N., Münnich M.

    Changes in habitat availability under increased upwelling in the Humboldt Current System

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    Cornejo M., Bravo L., Ramos M., Gallegos M., Pizarro O., Kartstennssen J.

    Oceanic anaerobic zone driven by a long-lived mesoscale eddy in the South Pacific

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    Session 8: Oxygen time series and instrumental developments

    Session 8: Oxygen time series and instrumental developments

    Conveners Allan Devol & Alberto Borges

    Keynote: Niels-Peter Revsbech

    Oxygen, respiration and photosynthesis in the OMZ

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    Tengberg A.

    Improve your oxygen optode measurements - user examples, practical handling and calibrations

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    Jost G., Labrenz M.

    Low Oxygen Environments - a Challenge for New Instruments Ensuring Unbiased Downstream Analysis

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    Devol A., Horak R., Ward B

    Expansion of the oxygen minimum zone and the denitrification regime in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific from 1972-2012

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    Queste B., Fernand L., Jickells T., Heywood K., Hind A.

    Multi-scale drivers of oxygen depletion in the North Sea: insights from glider observations

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    Friedrich J., Janssen F., He Y., Holtappels M., Konovalov S., Prien R., Rehder G., Stanev E.

    Monitoring hypoxia: approaches to addressing a complex phenomenon in the Black Sea

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    Le H.M., Anrys O., Brion N., Verbanck M.A.

    Data mining and knowledge discovery based on dissolved oxygen concentrations recorded continuously: the Zenne river case study in Central Belgium

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