OCB Webinars

OCB Webinars

Upcoming and past webinars are listed in the table below.

Before each webinar, register to receive connection details. We record and share videos below and on our YouTube channel to accommodate those who cannot participate in real time.

The OCB webinar series spans diverse science across OCB’s current research priorities.

OCB Webinars

Title & register/watch linkDateSpeakers & TopicsDescriptionSeries
Leaky Deltas series #3
May 30, 2024
10am ET
Bob Aller (Stony Brook Univ) - Shoreward transport in deltaic systems: the coastal vacuum and reactive particle processingLeaky deltas Workshop series

Webinar #2 related to the OCB2024 plenary session: Evolving understanding of viral dynamics in marine ecosystems

May 20, 2024
9am ET
Debbie Lindell (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)

Kim Thamatrakoln (Rutgers Univ.)

Marcie Marston (Roger Williams Univ.)
OCB2024 Marine virus plenary
Pathways workshop webinar #3

May 16, 2024
Talia Evans (UCSB)Hosted by partner US CLIVAR more info at https://usclivar.org/webinars
GO-BGC Webinar #7 – High Latitude Ocean Biogeochemistry

May 9, 2024
1pm ET
Yui Takeshita (MBARI) - An update on the GO-BGC program

Daniel Koestner (University of Bergen, Norway) - Biogeochemical properties of the Lofoten Basin Eddy from 14 years of BGC-Argo float data

Sophie Shapiro (University of California San Diego, USA) - Lessons and opportunities from the Southern Ocean Sea Ice team at the 2023 GO-BGC Float Data Workshop
Please join us for the quarterly GO-BGC webinar, hosted by the US Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Project Office. This webinar will be focused on high-latitude ocean biogeochemistry by exploring the research of two groups that participated in the 2023 GO-BGC/BGC Argo Float Data Workshop at the University of Massachusetts Boston. The webinar will begin with an update on the status of the GO-BGC float array, followed by two short presentations. We’ll then close with a community discussion and Q and A session. Recordings will be available on the OCB and GO-BGC websites.BGC Argo Webinar Series #7
Webinar #1 related to the OCB2024 plenary session: Evolving understanding of viral dynamics in marine ecosystems

Co-chairs: Jessica Labonté (TAMU-G), Sheri Floge (Wake Forest Univ.), Jeff Bowman (Scripps Inst. Oceanography)

May 8, 2024
11am ET
Rui Zhang (Shenzhen University)

Flora Vincent (European Molecular Biology Laboratory)
Viruses are an integral component of marine microbial communities, facilitating flux between particulate and dissolved carbon pools. Despite their known prevalence and activity in marine systems, fundamental knowledge gaps prevent the inclusion of viruses in current carbon cycling models. This OCB plenary session and webinar series will summarize the current state of understanding of key functions and pathways mediated by viruses in marine food webs. Speakers will share ecological insights from virus-host models, ecosystem-wide studies, and explore the role of viral dynamics in carbon transformation and biological carbon export.OCB2024 Marine virus plenary
NEW ACTIVITY webinar series: Meta-eukomic: Intercomparison of metatranscriptomic methods for characterizing microbial eukaryote contributions to the biological carbon pump
May 1, 2024
2pm ET
THEME: omics intercomparisons and proteomic/transcriptomic applications in the field

Mak Saito (WHOI) and Erin Bertrand (Dalhousie University)
OCB is supporting an exciting new small group activity called META-EUKOMICS, being led by Harriet Alexander (WHOI), Natalie Cohen (UGA), Sarah Hu (TAMU), and Adrian Marchetti (UNC Chapel Hill). The goal of this working group is to determine how various methodological choices made during metatranscriptome processing influence downstream biological interpretations. This group is broadly interested in microbial ecology, with a focus on the utility of omic tools, their development, and how they can be used to further our understanding of marine microbial diversity and function. They look forward to discussing other omic intercomparison efforts and what can be learned from these exercises.Meta-Euk series
Subtropical deltas - Leaky Deltas series #2

April 18, 2024Preservation mechanism of sedimentary organic carbon in the Changjiang Estuary (Bin Zhao, First Institute of Oceanography)

Musings on mud: A key medium in deltaic coastal biogeochemistry and beyond (Thomas Bianchi, Univ. Florida)
Leaky deltas Workshop series

Pathways Workshop webinar #2

April 18, 2024
1pm ET
Henry Ruhl (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute) - Long-term abyssal time series and what they tell us about climate impacts on the deep sea

Amy Maas (Arizona State University-Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences) - Biological and biogeochemical pathways of carbon into the deep sea
Pathways Connecting Climate Changes to the Deep Ocean Webinar Series

Pathways workshop webinar #1

April 11, 2024
1pm ET
Baylor Fox-Kemper (Brown University) - Which ocean variables and climate variables? The "recalcitrant" deep water mode correlates with surface processes, climate sensitivity, and thermosteric sea level rise

Isabel Le Bras (WHOI) - Pathways for dense waters into the deep North Atlantic: Lessons from OSNAP and OOI
Pathways Connecting Climate Changes to the Deep Ocean Webinar Series

Subtropical deltas - Leaky Deltas series #1


March 14, 204Biogeochemical dynamics in deltaic sediments: The importance of the organic matter origin and event-driven variability - Christophe Rabouille (Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement)Leaky deltas Workshop series

Carbon Export Dynamics

January 31, 2024Ellen Park (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Quantifying biological carbon pump parameters from the global Biogeochemical Argo float array

Adam Stoer (Dalhousie University)
Estimating marine phytoplankton biomass and productivity from Biogeochemical-Argo floats
GO BGC Webinar Series #6
Elemental Cycling

Nov. 28, 2023Speakers: Kanchan Maiti (LSU) "Oxygen and carbon dynamics in Mississippi river influenced shelf sediments", Chris Somes (GEOMAR) "The impact of reductive sedimentary iron release on changing ocean biogeochemistry simulations of the Anthropocene"BECS
International Data Management and Repository Collaborations for BioGeoSCAPES

August, 30, 2023What can we learn from other ocean, data-rich programs to help create a successful international BioGeoSCAPES data model?

Stéphane Pesant – European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI)

Reiner Schlitzer – Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

Danie Kinkade – Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office

Karen Stocks – CLIVAR and Carbon Hydrographic Data Office (CCHDO)
One of the challenges facing large research programs is the ability to manage and archive datasets. In this panel we will gather experts with experience in data management for oceanographic research programs and hear about their experiences. We will have a discussion with the community about the challenges they have faced and what challenges an interdisciplinary program like BioGeoSCAPES will face. Audience participation will be invited to collect ideas from the community using online tools. A future webinar will be focused on data integration and management strategies. Together these webinars will help contribute to a workshop on data management and informatics.BioGeoSCAPES
BECS Webinar: Benthic Organisms and Biogeochemistry

July 11, 2023Clare Woulds, University of Leeds

Chih-Lin Wei, National Taiwan University
Benthic Ecosystem and Carbon Synthesis (BECS) Working Group webinar on "Benthic Organisms and Biogeochemistry"BECS Webinar #2
New tools for BGC-Argo data access and visualization

June 20, 2023Yui Takeshita: Updates on GO-BGC (10 min)

Reiner Schlitzer: Online analysis and visualization of BGC-Argo data with webODV (20 min)

Hartmut Frenzel: OneArgo toolbox for accessing and analyzing Argo data - overview and new features (20 min)

Q&A: 10 minutes
This webinar will have 2 presentations on new tools for BGC-Argo data access and visualization. Dr. Reiner Schlitzer will present on webODV, a new online tool based on Ocean Data View that can be used to visualize, explore, and export BGC-Argo data through a GUI interface. Dr. Hartmut Frenzel will present on the One-Argo toolbox, an open source toolbox designed to efficiently access, process, and visualize BGC, Core, and Deep Argo data. Float data can be searched using a variety of criteria including sensor type, location, and date. Recordings will be available on the OCB and GO-BGC website.BGC Argo Webinar Series #5
Introduction to Benthic Ecosystem and Carbon Synthesis2023 March 14Cristina Schultz and Jessica Luo will introduce the Benthic Ecosystem & Carbon Synthesis (BECS) working group in the context of past OCB efforts, followed by a talk from Jack Middelburg, Professor of Geosciences at Utrecht University, The Netherlands.Introduction to new OCB working group: Benthic Ecosystem and Carbon Synthesis (BECS)

BECS Webinar Series #1
Observing Mesoscale and Sub-Mesoscale Processes with BGC Argo

2023 February 15Yui Takeshita (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA) - An update on the GO-BGC program

Lily Dove (California Institute of Technology, USA) - Investigating Ventilation at the Submesoscale in the Southern Ocean

Shuangling Chen (Second Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources, Hangzhou, China) - Episodic oxygen injections observed from BGC-Argo

Community Discussion
This webinar focused on using BGC-Argo float data to investigate chemical and biological processes in the ocean that are influenced by eddies, meanders, and other mesoscale and sub-mesoscale processes.BGC Argo Webinar Series #4
SOLAS-OCB Sea Surface Microlayer

2023 January 27 & February 10Luc Deike (Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, United States) - Ocean spray aerosols generation: From breaking waves to bursting bubbles

Andrew Wozniak (School of Marine Science and Policy, University of Delaware, United States) Untargeted, high resolution mass spectrometry for characterizing surfactant organic matter in the sea surface microlayer

Sarah Brooks (Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University, United States) - Influence of the sea surface microlayer composition on cloud formation
The sea surface microlayer is an important interface controlling the transfer of energy, material and gases between the oceans and the atmosphere, and has been a primary focus of the SOLAS programme since its inception. The five SOLAS themes all include processes that affect and are affected by the sea-surface microlayer, including marine ecology, photochemistry, free radical/thermal chemistry, greenhouse gases and gas exchange, primary aerosol production, and atmospheric deposition. Therefore, the sea surface is one of five cross-cutting themes explored in the new United States SOLAS Science Plan, which was released in 2021. This seminar highlights some recent work at this exciting interface.

Rachel Stanley (Department of Chemistry, Wellesley College, United States)

Yuan Gao (Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Rutgers University, United States)

On behalf of the OCB Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions Committee (OAIC)
SOLAS-OCB joint event
Organizing Intercalibration Efforts for BioGeoSCAPES: A Panel Discussion

2023 January 25Maite Maldonado – Introduction and Webinar Goals

Daniel Petras and Jeffrey Hawkes – Metabolomics Intercalibration update

Adrian Marchetti – US Nucleic Acids Intercalibration Workshop Results

Mak Saito – Ocean Metaproteomics Intercomparison Update and Sampling Material

Luke Thompson, Alyse Larkin and Harriet Alexander – BioGoSHIP Nucleic Acids Intercomparison

Daniele Iudicone – Perspectives from AtlantEco/Tara

Julie LaRoche – Rates Measurement Intercalibration

Open Plenary Discussion
Producing data that can be effectively compared across space and time is a critical aspect of developing a collaborative international microbial biogeochemistry program. Intercalibration activities involving validation of precision and accuracy and development of intercomparison standards are foundational to the production of interoperable data. With BioGeoSCAPES aiming to launch mid-decade, further progress must be made to ensure high-quality data collection. This virtual panel will include perspectives from a variety of communities (nucleic acids, metabolomics, proteomics, rates) and encourage brainstorming through small group discussions. This panel discussion initiates important discussions and community-building in preparation for an international BioGeoSCAPES science planning workshop in Woods Hole, MA USA (tentatively scheduled for Fall 2023).

See: Twining, Benjamin S., Saito, Mak A., Santoro, Alyson E., Marchetti, Adrian, Levine, Naomi M., “US National BioGeoSCAPES Workshop Report”, 2023-01-09, DOI:10.1575/1912/29604, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/29604
Using BGC floats for the study of extreme events

2022 October 5Yui Takeshita (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA) - An update on the GO-BGC program

Jakob Weis (Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Australia) - Using BGC-Argo floats to study phytoplankton blooms stimulated by the 2019-2020 Australian bushfires

Magdalena Carranza (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, USA) - The role of storms on air-sea CO2 flux in the Southern Ocean

The first of two consecutive webinars focused on using BGC-Argo float data to investigate chemical and biological processes in the ocean that are influenced by weather and extreme events.BGC Argo Webinar Series #3
Understanding ecological dynamics using BGC-Argo data

2022 June 29Yui Takeshita (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute): An update for GO-BGC program

Nicholas Bock (Columbia University): Biogeographical classification of the global ocean from BGC-Argo Floats

Marin Cornec (NOAA Pacific Environmental Laboratory): Dynamics of the deep chlorophyll maxima at a global scale based on bio-optical measurements of BGC-Argo floats

Mariana Bif (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute): The impact of heatwaves on the northeast Pacific ecosystem
GO-BGC Webinar #2 (29 June 2022) focused on investigations of phytoplankton phenology and variability at regional to global scales using a range of chemical and bio-optical sensors on the BGC-Argo floats. Three short presentations about exciting new work in this area, followed by a community discussion about best practices, challenges, and future perspectives of using BGC-Argo data to advance our understanding of ecological dynamics and the footprint of progressive climate change on the ocean.BGC Argo Webinar Series #2
FAIR data solutions to support a global observing system of marine ecological time series

2022 May 9Overview of METS RCN (Heather Benway, OCB/WHOI)

What is FAIR and why do we need it in ocean science? (Adam Shepherd, BCO-DMO)

Shipboard time series use cases

Carbon-relevant biogeochemical EOVs in a time series data product (Nico Lange, GEOMAR)

Hawai’i Ocean Time-series (HOT) parameter mapping to Climate & Forecast (CF) vocabulary (Fernando Carvalho-Pacheco, UH)

ENVRI-FAIR and Intelligent query dissolved oxygen use case (Justin Buck, NOC)

Q&A and open discussion
A community meeting (a repeat of a recent Ocean Sciences Town Hall Meeting to enable broader participation) to learn more about a new NSF EarthCube-funded Research Coordination Network for Marine Ecological Time Series (METS-RCN) tasked with bringing together members of the oceanographic, data science, and informatics communities to build consensus on key components of a FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data model for METS, including common vocabularies, metadata reporting standards, and data citation practices; engage broader METS data users (e.g., modelers, educators, decision makers) to facilitate broader applications of METS data; and build community capacity for METS data analysis, statistical methods, and data-model integration. This town hall meeting will also highlight a concurrent EuroSea-funded project led by members of the RCN leadership team focused on developing a pilot biogeochemical time series data product to help visualize spatial patterns and trends across ocean basins.METS-RCN
GO-BGC Science Webinar kickoff

2022 March 30Introduction to the GO-BGC webinar series (Yui Takeshita, MBARI)

Introduction to BGC-Argo and GO-BGC (Alison Gray, University of Washington)

Upcoming float deployment plans (Yui Takeshita, MBARI)

How to use BGC-Argo data? (Jonathan Sharp and Hartmut Frenzel, NOAA PMEL)

What is the quality of BGC-Argo data? (Yui Takeshita, MBARI)

Discussion and community Q&A
GO-BGC will host quarterly webinars about emerging science using GO-BGC or BGC-Argo float data, focusing on early career researchers. The webinar series is hosted by the US Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry program. The kickoff webinar is focused on updating the status of GO-BGC and BGC-Argo, projected float deployment locations over the next year, followed by community Q&A.BGC Argo Webinar Series #1
OCB-US CLIVAR Ecological Forecasting Workshop webinar

2022 January 11Simone Alin (NOAA PMEL)The Olympic Coast as a sentinel: Integrated social-ecological vulnerability assessment and co-developing ocean resource management tools with tribal and state managers

As part of a regional vulnerability analysis, our team synthesized existing oceanographic data sets and model projections to understand how the frequency, duration, and severity of ocean acidification and co-stressor (warming, hypoxia) conditions may change between now and the end of the century and affect biological resources. Meanwhile, social scientists worked with Washington's coastal treaty tribes to identify the marine species of highest cultural and subsistence value to the tribes and to assess social vulnerability of tribal communities to changing ocean conditions. Ultimately the oceanographic synthesis and projections will inform tribal adaptation actions. On a related project, many of the same team worked with state and tribal managers to develop tools useful to managers of the Dungeness crab fishery in state and tribal fishing areas. In this talk, I will briefly describe scientific results and products of our collective work, but will focus as much on the challenges and lessons learned from working with this diverse team, consisting of natural and social scientists (working across academic institutions; federal, state, and tribal agencies) and tribal community members.
Exploring the ocean iron cycle - biological drivers and novel isotopic methods

2021 March 23 Anh Pham (Sorbonne University, France)
Biological processes control the ocean iron distribution

Tim Conway (University of South Florida)
Fe isotopes highlight sources of Fe to the ocean interior: Ten years of GEOTRACES progress

Informal chat with speakers
Tropical storm impacts on carbon transport across the aquatic continuum

2021 March 9Chris Osburn (North Carolina State University)
It was a dark and stormy decade: A tale of hurricanes and coastal carbon cycling in North Carolina

Ge Yan (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Hurricanes accelerate carbon cycling in coastal ecosystems

Joint OCB-NACP Extreme events and the coastal carbon cycle webinars
Wildfire impacts on coastal productivity and biogeochemistry

2021 February 23 Sasha Kramer (University California, Santa Barbara)
Observations of phytoplankton community composition in the Santa Barbara Channel during the Thomas Fire

Matthew Jones (University East Anglia)
Impacts of fire on terrestrial and oceanic carbon storage
Joint OCB-NACP Extreme events and the coastal carbon cycle webinars
Regional and global perspectives on ocean deoxygenation

2021 February 9Mathilde Jutras (McGill University, Canada) Changes through time in the causes of oxygen decline in the St. Lawrence Estuary: From biogeochemistry to circulation

Marina Levy (Sorbonne University, France) Evolution of oxygen minimum zones under global deoxygenation
Ocean Acidification Impacts in the North Atlantic

2021 January 26 Louise Cameron (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) The consequences of ocean warming and acidification for the Atlantic sea scallop fishery

Marcos Fontela (CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences of Algarve) The Northeast Atlantic is running out of excess carbonate in the horizon of cold-water corals communities
Spatial and temporal perspectives on the role of rivers in the Arctic coastal carbon cycle

2020 December 15Andrea Pain
(UMCES Horn Point) Riverine export of carbon and nutrients from deglaciating Arctic landscapes: Implications for past and future climate transitions

Alexander Polukhin
(Shirshov Institute of Oceanology RAS, Moscow, Russia) Carbonate system changes in the Russian Arctic Seas
EXPORTS: Field Campaign and Project Updates

2021 November 17Dave Siegel (UCSB) Introduction

Jason Graff (OSU), Sasha Kramer (UCSB) - Phytoplankton community structure
Coauthors: Erin Jones (URI), Lee Karp-Boss (UMaine), Collin Roesler (Bowdoin), Tatiana Rynearson (URI), Heidi Sosik (WHOI)

Melanie Feen (URI), Meredith Meyer (UNC), Shannon Burns (USF) - Production/Diel Productivity
Coauthors: Adrian Marchetti (UNC), Bethany Jenkins (URI), David Roo Nicholson (WHOI), Heather McNair (URI), James Fox(OSU), Kim Halsey (OSU), Kristen Buck (USF), Salvatore Caprara (USF), Mark Brzezinski (UCSB), Melissa Omand (URI), Mike Behrenfeld (OSU), Sarah Lerch (URI), Shawnee Traylor (WHOI/MIT), Susanne Menden-Deuer (URI), Weida Gong (UNC)

Karen Stamieszkin (VIMS) - Mesozooplankton
Coauthors: Deborah Steinberg (VIMS), Amy Maas (BIOS), Joe Cope (VIMS), Andrea Miccoli, (ex-BIOS) Chandler Countryman (UGA), C. Carlson (UCSB), C. Durkin (MLML), M. Omand (URI)

Brandon Stephens (UCSB), Garrett Sharpe (UNC) - Microbial processing
Coauthors: Craig Carlson (UCSB), Scott Gifford (UNC)

Sarah Lerch (URI) - Food web synthesis
Coauthors: Heather McNair (URI), James Fox (OSU), Meredith Meyer (UNC), Amy Maas (BIOS), Tatiana Rynearson (URI), Acacia Zhao (UNC) , Alex Niebergall (Duke), Alyson Santoro (UCSB), Annie Bodel, Ben Van Mooy (WHOI), Brandon Stephens (UCSB), Brian Popp (UHawaii), Claudia Benitez-Nelson (USC), Colleen Durkin (MLML), Craig Carlson (UCSB), Dave Siegel (UCSB), Elisa Romanelli (UCSB), Eric D'Asaro (UW), Erin Jones (URI), Ewelina Rubin (URI), Garrett Sharpe (UNC), Heidi Sosik (WHOI), Henry Holm (WHOI), Hilary Close (UMiami), Jason Graff (OSU), Bethany Jenkins (URI), Kana Yamamoto (UCSB), Karen Stamieszkin (VIMS), Kristen Buck (USF), Kristofer Gomes (URI), Lee Karp-Boss (UMaine), Adrian Marchetti (UNC), Mark Brzezinski (UCSB), Meg Estapa (UMaine), Melanie Cohn (UNC), Melissa Duhaime (UMichigan), Susanne Menden-Deuer(URI), Nicola Paul (UCSB), David Roo Nicholson (WHOI), Salvatore Caprara (USF), Sasha Kramer (UCSB), Scott Gifford (UNC), Shannon Burns (USF), Victoria Fulfer (URI), Weida Gong (UNC)

Andrew McDonnell (UAlaska),  Xiaodong Zhang (USM) - Particle size distribution
Coauthors: Lianbo Hu (UND), Yuanheng Xiong (UNDakota - UND), Deric Gray (NRL), Yannick Huot (USherbrooke), Rachel Lekanoff(UAlaska), Jessica Pretty (UAlaska), Brita Irving (UAlaska), Dave Siegel (UCSB), Norm Nelson (UCSB), Lee Karp-Boss (UMaine), Emmanuel Boss (UMaine), Guillaume Bourdin (UMaine), Nils Haentjens (UMaine), Marc Picheral (CNRS, LOV), Lionel Guidi (CNRS, LOV)

Hilary Close (UMiami) - Vertical sinking and processing of particulate organic matter (POM)
Coauthors: Meg Estapa (Univ. Maine), Vinicius Amaral (UCSC), Olivier Marchal (WHOI), Phoebe Lam (UC Santa Cruz), Elisa Romanelli (UCSB), Uta Passow (Memorial UNewfoundland), Muntsa Roca Marti (WHOI), Ken Buesseler (WHOI), Claudia Benitez-Nelson (USC), Colleen Durkin (MLML), Melissa Omand (URI), Annie Bodel (MLML), Alyson Santoro (UCSB), Pat Kelley (URI), Paul Wojtal (UMiami), Shannon Doherty (UMiami), Brian Popp (UHawaii), Connor Shea (UHawaii)

Muntsa Roca Martí (WHOI) - Radiochemical assessments of flux
Coauthors: Ken Buesseler (WHOI), Claudia Benitez-Nelson (USC), Laure Resplandy (Princeton)

Alex Niebergall (Duke), Shawnee Traylor (WHOI/MIT), Roo Nicholson (WHOI) - Biogeochemical mass balances
Coauthors: Andrea Fassbender (NOAA PMEL), Muntsa Roca Marti (WHOI), Brandon Stevens (UCSB), Huang, Adrian Marchetti (UNC), Meredith Meyer (UNC), Melissa Omand (URI), Melanie Feen (URI), Nicolas Cassar (Duke), Yibin Huang (UCSC)

Dave Siegel (UCSB) - Wrap up
Productivity and marine snow dynamics: Novel approaches and measurements of the biological pump

2020 November 3Amanda Timmerman
(UCSD) Fronts implicated as the missing mechanism driving phytoplankton variability in the iron-limited subarctic NE Pacific

Klas Ove Möller
(Institute of Coastal Research, HZG) Sinking vs. remineralisation: Active controls of zooplankton on marine snow dynamics
New insights on the marine nitrogen cycle

2020 October 6Clara A. Fuchsman
(UMCES Horn Point Laboratory) Quantification of organic matter sources for N2 production in oxygen minimum zones

Francisco J. Cervantes
(Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Novel microbial processes potentially interconnecting global biogeochemical cycles in marine environments
Changes in the ocean's organic carbon cycle

2020 September 8Cristina Romera Castillo
(Instituto de Ciencias del Mar-CSIC) Net production of dissolved organic carbon in the deep ocean

Emma Cavan (Imperial College London) Ecological feedbacks to the ocean organic carbon cycle: Fishing and climate change
Modeling and machine learning approaches to study climate, carbon, and the ocean

2020 August 25Katarzyna (Kasia) Tokarska (ETH Zürich) Climate-carbon response: carbon budgets in overshoot scenarios, and in high warming models

Christopher Holder (Johns Hopkins University) Machine Learning and Some Potential Uses in Oceanography
Advancing understanding of biological feedbacks on ocean biogeochemistry

2020 August 11Emily Zakem (University of Southern California) Redox-informed models of global biogeochemical cycles

Severine Martini (Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography) Shedding light (literally!) on biological carbon pump
Physical drivers of marine biogeochemistry and ecology

2020 July 28Mara Freilich (MIT-WHOI Joint Program) Phytoplankton community structure in response to meso- and submeso-scale physics

Natalie Freeman (University of Colorado Boulder) On the recent increase in surface silicate-to-nitrate availability in the southern Drake Passage
Physical and biogeochemical processes that drive the biological pump

2020 July 14Hilary Palevsky (Boston College, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences) The influence of winter ventilation on the ocean’s biological carbon pump

Joan Llort (Barcelona Supercomputing Centre) The four dimensions of the biological carbon pump
Space-based ocean measurements

2020 June 30Jeremy Werdell (NASA) Socially distant by design: How the evolution of ocean color remote sensing contributes to aquatic biological and biogeochemical studies (NASA PACE)