Join us on Tuesday, July 14 at 2-3 pm EDT (GMT-04:00) to hear our next speakers in summer webinar series: Joan Llort (Barcelona Supercomputing Centre) - The four dimensions of the biological carbon pump; and Hilary Palevsky (Boston College, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences) - The influence of winter ventilation on the ocean’s biological carbon pump.
After a brief introduction, the ~25 minute presentations and a moderated Q&A session will follow. We will record and share via our YouTube channel and below to accommodate those who cannot participate in real time.
Please REGISTER ahead of time, then you will receive connection details via email from Webex.
Use the Twitter hashtag #OCBwebinar to join and follow the discussion.
The biweekly OCB summer webinar series will span diverse science across OCB’s current research priorities. We received numerous high-quality abstracts and look forward to a stimulating OCB webinar series this summer!
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|Space-based ocean measurements||Jeremy Werdell (NASA)||Socially distant by design: How the evolution of ocean color remote sensing contributes to aquatic biological and biogeochemical studies (NASA PACE)||Benway|
|14-Jul||Physical and biogeochemical processes that drive the biological pump||Joan Llort (Barcelona Supercomputing Centre)||The four dimensions of the biological carbon pump||Bushinsky, Fassbender|
|Hilary Palevsky (Boston College, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences)||The influence of winter ventilation on the ocean’s biological carbon pump|
|28-Jul||Physical drivers of marine biogeochemistry and ecology||Mara Freilich (MIT-WHOI Joint Program)||Phytoplankton community structure in response to meso- and submeso-scale physics (Mediterranean)||Palter, Friedrichs|
|Natalie Freeman (University of Colorado Boulder)||On the recent increase in surface silicate-to-nitrate availability in the southern Drake Passage|
|11-Aug||Advancing understanding of biological feedbacks on ocean biogeochemistry||Emily Zakem (University of Southern California)||Redox-informed models of global biogeochemical cycles||Coles, Maas|
|Severine Martini (Mediterranean institute of Oceanography)||Shedding light (literally!) on biological carbon pump|
|25-Aug||Modeling and machine learning approaches to study climate, carbon, and the ocean||Katarzyna (Kasia) Tokarska (ETH Zürich)||Climate-carbon response: carbon budgets in overshoot scenarios, and in high warming models||Long, Stock|
|Christopher Holder (Johns Hopkins University)||Machine Learning and Some Potential Uses in Oceanography|
|8-Sep||Changes in the ocean's organic carbon cycle||Cristina Romera-Castillo (Instituto de Ciencias del Mar-CSIC)||Net production of dissolved organic carbon in the deep ocean||Rafter, Hood|
|Emma Cavan (Imperial College London)||Anthropogenic disturbance of ecological feedbacks to the ocean organic carbon cycle|