1st IGBP-SCOR Fast Track Initiative Workshop: Ocean Acidification - modern observations and past experiences - Posters

Meeting participants

, 2006

Posters from the first IGBP–SCOR FTI Workshop: "Ocean Acidification - modern observations and past experiences” at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University from September 28 – 30, 2006.

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Poster authors

Glacial-Interglacial Changes in Deep Ocean Carbonate Ion Concentration
R. F. Anderson et al. 

Ocean Carbonate Chemistry During the Last Glacial Cycle
David M. Anderson 

Contemporary acidification in heterogeneous shelf seas and implications for ecosystem function
Jerry Blackford 

Predicting the future of corals and coralline algae
Robert W. Buddemeier 

An Experimental Investigation of Coral Mineralization: understanding the calcification response to ocean acidification
Anne Cohen et al. 

Will human-induced changes in seawater chemistry alter the distribution of deep-sea scleractinian corals?
John M Guinotte et al. 

Higher CaCO3:Corg at glacial CO2? Results from “drilling” into an ocean model
Christoph Heinze 

Pleistocene records of atmospheric p CO2 and deepwater pH
Bärbel Hönisch et al. 

The sensitivity of corals, coccolithophorids and foraminifera to carbonate ion concentration – a synthesis
Chris Langdon 

Future Acidification of Polar Oceans in the MIT Integrated Global System Model (IGSM2)
Manfredi Manizza et al. 

Field Evidence for Planktonic Foraminiferal Shell Thinning due to Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions
Hans de Moel et al. 

Potential Effects of Increasing Anthropogenic CO2 on Marine Plankton in the Southern Ocean
Andrew Moy et al. 

Midway Atoll - Design and Initiation of a Habitat-Specific Global Change Program on a Marginal Reef
D.C. Potts 

Taking Ocean Acidification to the Policy Makers
Carol Turley (unavailable)

The Impacts of CO2 Seawater Acidification on the Health and Activity of Marine Invertebrates
Steve Widdicombe et al.

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