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28th INTERNATIONAL LIEGE COLLOQUIUM
ON OCEAN HYDRODYNAMICS

"Modelling hydrodynamically dominated marine ecosystems"
Liège, Belgium, May 6-10, 1996

Final Program

 

  • Monday May 6th, 1996
  • 9.00 - 10.00 : Registration, Coffee, Display of Posters

    am Session 1 - Chair : B. Rothschild

    • 10.00 - 10.45 : On the theory of advective effects on dynamics of biological processes in the sea
      Allan R. Robinson, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences,
      Harvard University, Cambridge, USA

    • 10.45 - 11.30 : How much trophic resolution is needed in ecosystem models ?
      Coleen L. Moloney, Marine Biology Research Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    • 11.30 - 12.15 : How much trophic resolution may be abandonned in ecosystem models to allow
      for finer space-time resolution of hydro- and eco- dynamic processes ?
      Ch. Lancelot and Denis Van Eeckhout,
      Laboratoire de Microbiologie Aquatique, University of Brussels, Belgium

    pm Session 2 - Chair : A.R. Robinson

    • 2.00 - 2.45 : The importance of being chaotic. A different approach to optimum complexity.
      Jacques C.J. Nihoul, GHER, University of Liège, Belgium

    • 2.45 - 3.30 : Food-web mediated export of biogenic carbon in oceans : environmental control
      Louis Legendre, Département de Biologie, Université Laval, Canada
      Fereidoun Rassoulzadegan, Station Zoologique de Villefrance-sur-mer, France.

    • 3.30 - 4.00 : Coffee - Poster Display

    • 4.00 - 4.45 : Pelagic ecosystem models with multiple phytoplankton taxa
      Rob Armstrong, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program, Princeton University, USA

    • 4.45 - 5.30 : Modelling hydrodynamically-mediated changes in the magnitude and nature of
      the trophic transfer process in three different ecosystems
      Eva E. Plaganyi (1), Mike I. Lucas (1) and John G. Field (2)
      (1) Southern Ocean Group, University of Cape Town, South Africa
      (2) Marine Biology Research Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    6.30 Reception by the "Gouverneur de la Province de Liège" and the "députation permanente" at the Palais des Princes-Evêques.


  • Tuesday May 7th, 1996
  • am Session 3 - Chair : G. Radach

    • 9.00 - 9.45 : Simulating the Adriatic Sea ecosystem dynamics
      M. Zavatarelli (1), J. Baretta (2), H. Baretta Bekker (2), N. Pinardi (1)
      (1) Istituto per lo Studio delle Metodologie Geofisico Ambientali, Modena, Italy
      (2) Ecological Modelling Center, Horsholm, Denmark

    • 9.45 - 10.30 : Influence of mesoscale dynamics on primary production : the spring bloom in the NW Mediterranean Sea.
      M. Levy, L Memery and G. Madec,
      Laboratoire d'Océanographie Dynamique et de Climatologie
      LODYC, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France.

    • 10.30 - 11.00 : Coffee break - Poster Display

    • 11.00 - 11.45 : Investigations on river load scenarios using a box refined version
      of the ecosystem model ERSEM
      Hermann-J. Lenhart, Institut für Meereskunde, Universitât Hamburg, Germany

    • 11.45 - 12.30 : Influence of advection and diffusion on primary production in the North Sea
      A. Moll and T. Pohlmann, Institut für Meereskunde, Universitât Hamburg, Germany

    pm Session 4 - Chair : C.L. Moloney

    • 2.00 - 2.45 : 3D hydrodynamic constraints on the dynamics of the North Western
      European Continental Shelf ecosystems
      Eric J.M. Delhez, GHER, University of Liège, Belgium

    • 2.45 - 3.30 : Ecological modelling of the English Channel
      Thierry Hoch and Pierre Garreau, IFREMER,
      Centre de Brest, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France

    • 3.30 - 4.00 : Coffee break - Poster Display

    • 4.00 - 4.45 : 1D modelling of the plankton dynamics in the North Sea and in the North Atlantic
      Wilfried Kühn, Institute für Meereskunde, Hamburg, Germany

    • 4.45 - 5.30 : The effect of hydrodynamics on biological processes in a 1D coupled
      physical- microbiological model
      Fa Chen and Roger Proctor,
      Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory, Bidston Observatory, Birkenhead, UK

    • 5.30 - 6.15 : 1D ecohydrodynamic model of the Ross Sea
      J.H. Hecq (1), P. Brasseur (2), A Goffart (1) and H. Goose (3)
      (1) Unité d'Ecohydrodynamique, University of Liège, Belgium
      (2) University of Grenoble, France
      (3) University of Louvain-La-Neuve, Unité d'Ecohydrodynamique, Belgium.


  • Wednesday May 8th 1996
  • am Session 5 - Chair : E. Wolanski

    • 9.00 - 9.45 : Modelling biological responses to physical variability in Southern
      African shelf-sea environments
      Coleen L. Moloney and Eva Plaganyi,
      Marine Biology Research Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    • 9.45 - 10.30 : Hydrodynamic and ecosystem model of coastal region applied to Akkeshi Bay, Japan
      Michio J. Kishi, Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan

    • 10.30 - 11.00 : Coffee break - Poster Display

    • 11.00 - 11.45 : Numerical model of oxygen deficient water mass in Dokai Bay, Japan
      Tetsuo Yanagi (1), Ko-ichi. Inoue (1), Shigeru Montani (2) and Machiko Yamada (3)
      (1) Department of Civil and Ocean Engineering, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan
      (2) Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa University, Japan
      (3) Aqua Institute of Kitakyushu-City, Japan

    • 11.45 - 12.30 : Investigation of the vertical structure in an ecosystem model using assimilation
      of data from JGOFS time series sites
      Y.H. Spitz (1), J.R. Moisan (2), M.R. Abbott (1), J. Richman (1)
      (1) College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA
      (2) Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, USA

    pm Session 6 - Chair : U. Umluata

    • 2.00 - 2.45 : Riley vs. Talling or how to calculate phytoplankton production in the turbulent upper mixed layer.
      H. Baumert, Institut fûr Meereskunde, Universitât Hamburg, Germany.

    • 2.45 - 3.30 : Modeling of carbon biogeochemical cycles in cold seas : an application to
      the Gulf of Saint Lawrence
      Ru Cheng Tian and Alain Vezina,
      Maurice Lamontagne Institute of Ocean Science, Mont- Joli, Canada

    • 3.30 - 4.00 : Coffee break - Poster Display

    • 4.00 - 4.45 : Natural variability of a pelagic ecosystem
      Joachim W. Dippner, Max-Planck Institut für Meteorologie, Hamburg, Germany

    • 4.45 - 5.30 : Water quality simulation of Lake Hamana using a 3D physical-biological model
      Koichi Taguchi, CTI Co. Ltd, Nagoya, Japan and
      Kisaburo Nakata, National Institute for Resources and Environment, Japan

    8.00 Colloquium dinner at the Château de Colonster


  • Thursday May 9th 1996
  • am Session 7 - Chair : T. Oguz

    • 9.00 - 9.45 : Modelling the fate of fish larvae in the Great Barrier Reef
      E. Wolanski and P. Doherty, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Townsville, Australia

    • 9.45 - 10.30 : Multifractal parameterization of phytoplankton distribution in turbulent flows
      L. Seuront (1), F. Schmitt (2), Lagadeuc (1) D. Schertzer (2)
      (1) Station Marine de Wimereux, France
      (2) Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

    • 10.30 - 11.00 : Coffee break - Poster Display

    • 11.00 - 11.45 : Numerical simulation of carbon cycle in the North Pacific Ocean
      Kisaburo Nakata, Sigeaki Aoki, National Institute for Resources and Environment, Ibaraki, Japan
      Akio Ishida, Kansai Environmental Engineering Center Co., Osaka, Japan
      Koichi Taguchi, CTI Co. Ltd, Nagoya, Japan

    • 11.45 - 12.30 : Modelling the interannual variability of a Mediterranean coastal
      ecosystem in relation with hydrodynamics
      G.Lacroix (1,2), P. Nival (2)
      (1) GHER, University of Liège, Belgium
      (2) Laboratoire d'Ecologie du Plancton Marin, Université Paris VI, Villefranche-sur-mer, France

    pm Session 8 - Chair : L. Legendre

    • 2.00 - 6.00 : The CHASE Experiment

      Universal multifractal analysis of plankton and related physical variables gathered
      during the CHASE experiment
      Y. Tessier (2), M.R. Claereboudt (1,4), S. Lovejoy (2), R. Nowak (2), J. Roff (4),
      E. Bourget (1), G. Ingram (3), D. Schertzer (6)

      The CHASE experiment : modelling centimetre to kilometre scale variability in zooplankton
      abundance in coastal waters
      W.F.C. Currie (4), M.R. Claereboudt (1,4), Y. Tessier (2) and J.C. Roff (4)

      The CHASE Experiment : nearshore distribution and abundance of zooplankton
      in relation to hydrodynamics
      Philippe Archambault (1), Bohyun Bang (3), Edwin Bourget (1),
      John C. Roff (4) and R. Grant Ingram (3)

      The CHASE experiment : coupling scales of topographic heterogeneity, hydrodynamics and
      spatial structure of shore benthic communities
      Frédéric Guichard (1), Edwin Bourget (1), Jean- Loup Robert (5)

      Complex and vector cascade approach to multifractal marine data for CHASE
      R. Nowak (2), S. Lovejoy (2), Y. Tessier (2), M. Claereboudt (1,4), P. Garrido (2),
      J. Roff (4), G. Ingram (3), D. Schertzer (6), E. Bourget (1)

      (1) GIROQ, Département de Biologie, Université Laval, Québec, Canada
      (2) GIROQ, Physics Department, Mc Gill University, Québec, Canada
      (3) GIROQ, Department of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Mc Gill University, Canada
      (4) Department of Zoology, College of Biological Science, University of Guelph, Canada
      (5) GREF, Département de Génie Civil, Université Laval, Québec, Canada (6) L.M.D., Paris, France


  • Friday May 10th 1996
  • am Session 9 - Chair : T. Komatsu

    • 9.00 - 9.45 : Simulation of annual plankton productivity cycle in the Black Sea
      by a coupled physical- biological model
      Temel Oguz (1), Hugh Ducklow (2), Paola Malanotte-Rizzoli (3) and Umit Unluata (1)
      (1) Institute of Marine Sciences, Middle East Technical University, Erdemli, Icel, Turkey
      (2) Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, College of William and Mary, Gloucester Point, USA
      (3) Earth and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

    • 9.45 - 10.30 : Three-dimensional model of the Black Sea's plankton blooms
      Marilaure Grégoire and Jacques C.J. Nihoul, GHER, University of Liège, Belgium

    • 10.30 - 11.15 : Northern North Sea ecosystem : importance and role of the hydrodynamic constraints
      on a spring bloom
      F. Touratier, GHER, University of Liège, Belgium

    • 11.15 - 11.30 : Coffee-Poster Display

 


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