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Monday, October 1 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Pelagic LTER sites: site overviews, intercomparisons and synthesis planning

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The recent addition of two new pelagic ocean sites to the LTER network has doubled the representation of open ocean ecosystems within the network and opened up new opportunities for cross-site exchange and synthesis. This workshop will provide participants in both new and established pelagic ocean LTER sites an opportunity to exchange information and plan future synthesis activities. Presentations will include site overviews, and time will be devoted to more focused exchanges on specific topics including site physics, modeling, nutrient/micronutrient dynamics, primary and secondary production, grazing, export, higher trophic levels, and data management.

Lead Organizer

Katherine Barbeau

UC San Diego/Scripps Institution of Oceanography

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Heidi Sosik

Lead PI NES LTER, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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Oscar Schofield

Professor, Rutgers University
I am a biological oceanographer interested how the physics and chemistry regulates ocean ecosystems, with a primary research focus on the physiology and ecology of phytoplankton. My research is conducted in a range of oceans from the rapidly warming/melting along the West Antarctic... Read More →
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Russ Hopcroft

Professor, University of Alaska
My primary interests focus on the composition, production and energy flow of marine pelagic ecosystems using a combination of classical and modern tools, particularly in polar and sub-polar ecosystems, and how they respond to environmental variability.

Monday October 1, 2018 1:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
12. Scripps Meeting Room