GEOTRACES Data-Model Synergy Workshop Presentations

Keynote Presentations for Download (in PDF):

NOV 14/SESSION 1: OBSERVING PARTICLES IN THE OCEAN: METHODS, RESULTS, AND LACUNAE
 
Session Chairs: O. Marchal and P. Lam

Robert Sherrell  

Sampling particles in the ocean: Go-Flo bottles versus in situ pumps

Phoebe Lam

A global compilation of large-volume filtration data for the upper 1000 m

Ken Buesseler

Measuring particle fluxes and sinking rates- how can polyacrylamide gel sediment traps help?

Jim Bishop

Quantitative optical assessment of particle concentrations during GEOTRACES global surveys and process studies

Lars Stemmann

Observing particles in situ using optical cameras

Emmanuel Boss

Optical proxies of biogeochemical variables in the ocean
 NOV 15/SESSION 2: ROLE OF PARTICLES IN THE CYCLE OF TEIs IN THE OCEAN
 
 
Session Chair: R. Anderson and B. Twining

Ben Twining

Role of plankton in the cycling of trace elements & isotopes

Matthieu Roy-Barman

Partition coefficients of trace elements: from the ocean to the models

David Turner

Role of complexation in metal partitioning between solution and particles

Peter Santschi

Biopolymers as carriers of natural (Th, Pa, Pb, Po, Be) radionuclides in aquatic systems

Walter Geibert

Transparent exopolymer particles, DOM-POM transformations, and (ir)reversible svavenging: Merging the lessons from different research approaches

Alessandro Tagliabue

Sensitivity of TEI cycles to metal-organic complexes in biogeochemistry models
 NOV 16/SESSION 3: TRANSPORT & TRANSFORMATION OF PARTICLES IN THE OCEAN
 
 
Session Chair: P. Lam and O. Marchal

Richard Sanders

Lessons learned from sediment traps and other strategies about organic C fluxes – Challenges and questions for the TEI community

Adrian Burd

Particle dynamics in the ocean

Michiel Rutgers van der Loeff

Bottom and intermediate nepheloid layers

Iris Kriest

Sensitivity of biogeochemical models to particle export and recycling

Marion Gehlen

Sensitivity of biogeochemical models to the treatment of particle dynamics

Reiner Schlitzer

Potential of inverse methods in studies of ocean biogeochemical cycles

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