[Coral-List] ASLO 2011: Frontiers in Ocean Acidification Research

Anne Cohen acohen at whoi.edu
Sun Oct 3 11:33:40 EDT 2010

Dear Colleagues,

We'd like to draw your attention to special session *S80* at the ASLO 
2011 Aquatic Sciences Meeting in San Juan, PR, titled: *Frontiers in 
Ocean Acidification Research: Responses of marine carbon cycling and 
ecosystems to ocean acidification* (details below). We particularly 
welcome studies seeking to identify thresholds and mechanisms involved 
in calcifying and non-calcifying organism responses to OA across a range 
of taxa; studies providing unique insight into scaling short-term 
responses to the longer-term and single organism/mesocosm studies to 
ecosystem scale; and those examining the coupled effects of OA and other 
anthropogenic stresses (e.g., temperature, eutrophication, hydrologic).

Invited presentations by Andy Ridgwell (University of Bristol) and Phil 
Munday (James Cook University) are confirmed.

Abstracts are due by October 11 at 

We look forward to seeing you there.
If you have questions regarding this session, please contact us:
/Conveners:  /Lauren Juranek, JISAO/UW/ NOAA-PMEL, 
Laurie.Juranek at noaa.gov <mailto:Laurie.Juranek at noaa.gov>; Simone Alin, 
NOAA-PMEL, Simone.R.Alin at noaa.gov <mailto:%20Simone.R.Alin at noaa.gov>; 
Sarah Cooley, WHOI, scooley at whoi.edu <mailto:scooley at whoi.edu>;  Anne 
Cohen, WHOI, acohen at whoi.edu <mailto:acohen at whoi.edu>

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