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Ocean Acidification Principal Investigators' Meeting

Ocean Acidification Principal Investigators' Meeting
September 18-20, 2013
Number of Registrants: 192

Name Affiliation Theme
Jess F Adkins Caltech Collaborative research: Measuring the kinetics of CaCO3 dissolution in seawater using novel isotope labeling, laboratory experiments, and in situ experiments
Lori  Adornato SRI International Development of a novel sensor for in situ measurements of carbonate ions in seawater; Collaborative Research: Development of an in situ sensor for high-resolution measurements of total dissolved inorganic carbon; Ocean Acidification: Collaborative Research: Investigation of seawater CO2 system thermodynamics under high pCO2 conditions
Simone R Alin NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory West Coast OA cruises Puget Sound OA observations Developing methods for estimating OA chemistry based on proxies
Charles D Amsler National Science Foundation The effects of ocean acidification and rising sea surface temperatures on shallow-water benthic organisms in Antarctica Studies of the shell condition and composition in gastropods in the vicinity of a natural volcanic vent near Vulcano Island, Italy
Andreas J Andersson Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD -Bermuda ocean acidification and coral reef investigation - BEACON (NSF) -Mg-calcite mineral dynamics in natural seawater systems: relevance to oceanic uptake of anthropogenic CO2 and ocean acidification (NOAA) -CAREER: Biogeochemical modification of seawater CO2 chemistry in near-shore environments: effect of ocean acidification (NSF)
Stephen D Archer Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences 1. EPOCA. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EU FP7) June 2008 – June 2012. 2. UK Ocean Acidification: Sea Surface Consortium (NERC). Sept 2010 – Sept 2013. 3. Influence of Ocean Acidification on Biotic Controls of DMS Emissions (NSF) Oct 2013 – Oct 2016
Suzanne N Arnold Island Institute Development and dissemination of research priorities, monitoring options, and mitigation strategies related to ocean acidification in Maine
Thomas M Arnold Dickinson College (1) Characterization of coastal carbonate systems near natural and restored seagrasses meadows in the Chesapeake Bay (USA) and their potential for blue carbon sequestration. Utilization of portable real-time MarCOm underway systems. Collaboration with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center initiated via a senior postdoctoral fellowship in 2011. (2) Impacts of ocean acidification on the production of carbon-based secondary metabolites in aquatic vegetation from the Chesapeake Bay (USA), Moreton Bay (Australia), and Sicilian CO2 vent sites (Italy). Utilizes F.O.C.E. technology. With the MedSeA program. (3) Establishment of the Inga P. Stafford climate research facility and greenhouse at Dickinson College. Manager of $1.5 million facility completed in January 2013. Construction of OA seawater system. Development of education modules via the Valley and Ridge program in environmental sustainability. Related to a current NSF TUES/CCLI award for the development of problem-based learning teaching modules and courses.
Krisa M Arzayus NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center Ocean Acidification Scientific Data Stewardship Program (NOAA-funded)
William M Balch Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences NSF Ocean Acidification-- Effects of ocean acidification on Emiliania huxleyi and Calanus finmarchicus; insights into the oceanic alkalinity and biological carbon pumps NSF Collaborative Research: The Great Southern Coccolithophore Belt NASA- “Land-to-sea carbon export from the northeast watersheds of North America to the northwest Atlantic Ocean” Sept 1, 2011 to Aug 31, 2014
Courtney  Barry NOAA On detail to the NOAA Ocean Acidification Program IWG-OA implementation plan
Hannes  Baumann Stony Brook University NSF-OCE #1129622: Will rising pCO2 levels in the ocean affect growth and survival of marine fish early life stages? (Baumann and Gobler, 3y)
Nina  Bednarsek NOAA Ocean acidification along the California Current System (with PIs: Richard Feely, Jeremy Mathis and Mark Ohman)
Jennifer M Bennett NOAA Ocean Acidification Program 1. Scientific coordination in the Southeast 2. Coordination of unified OA communication and education effort 3. Education implementation for NOAA OA Program
Heather  M Benway Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution OA short course, OA outreach activities, OA website
Joan M Bernhard Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Ocean Acidification, Hypoxia and Warming: Experimental investigations into compounded effects of global change on benthic foraminifera
Carol A Blanchette Marine Science Institute, UCSB (1) OMEGAS: Ocean Margin Ecosystem Group for Acidification Studies. Focus integrates oceanography, ecology, physiology, genetics, and genomics in studies of mussels and sea urchins. Study includes quantification of pH and pCO2 in intertidal and shallow subtidal region of inner shelf ranging from central Oregon to southern California [with Bruce Menge and collaborators], (2) Collaboration with the Ca Water Board: June 2012 - May 2013: Testing stability and reliability of in situ pH sensors [with Uta Passow and collaborators], (3) Effective Practices for Ocean Acidification Communication [with staff from NOAA CINMS]
Emily E Bockmon Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Controlled experimental aquarium system for multi-stressor investigation: carbonate chemistry, oxygen saturation, and temperature - Filtration methods of discrete samples for carbonate chemistry analysis - Various CO2 sample analyses as well as Certified Reference Material (CRM) creation and proficiency testing
Paula  Bontempi NASA Headquarters Program management of several.
Russell E Brainard NOAA/NMFS/PIFSC/CRED
Denise L Breitburg Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (1) CHRP:Shallow water hypoxia - Tipping the balance for individuals, populations and ecosystems (effects of diel-cycling hypoxia and acidification on disease dynamics, fish and oyster growth and food web structure in Chesapeake Bay), and (2) Ecology of an extreme environment: Shallow mangrove ponds (mangrove ponds as a natural model system to examine effects of hypoxia and acidification)
Deborah  A Bronk NSF; Virginia Institute of Marine Science Synergistic effects of iron, carbon dioxide and temperature on the fate of nitrate: Implications for future changes in export production in the Southern Ocean
Darrell  Brown U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Establish ocean and coastal technical workgroup in response to request from State of Washington
Paul  Bunje X PRIZE Foundation Prize lead for the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health X PRIZE, a $1.5M global competition for the development of accurate, robust, and affordable pH sensors to profoundly improve our understanding of ocean acidification.
Shallin   Busch NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center Vulnerability assessment of California Current food webs and economics to ocean acidification Laboratory studies on the response of economically and ecologically important North Pacific species to ocean acidification Incorporating climate change and ocean acidification in actions related to management and listing of species under the US Endangered Species Act
Robert H Byrne University of South Florida 1. (NSF) Ocean Acidification: Collaborative Research: Investigation of seawater CO2 system thermodynamics under high pCO2 conditions. 2. (NOAA) Time Series and Underway Assessments of Ocean Acidification and Carbon System Parameters in Coastal Waters. 3. (NSF) Purification and Calibration of Indicators for Measurement of Seawater pH.
Wei-Jun  Cai University of Delaware 1.Collaborative Research - Ocean Acidification Category 1: Interactive Effects of Temperature, Nutrients, and Ocean Acidification on Coral Physiology and Calcification, with Andrea Grottoli and Mark Warner (9/10-9/13). 2. NOAA Ocean Acidification Program Theme 1 Oceanic, Coastal and Estuarine Observing Networks: North Atlantic Ocean, East and Gulf Coast.
Allison C Candelmo NOAA Northeast Fisheries Effects of CO2 and temperature on early life-stages of Winter Flounder and Summer Flounder of the northeast Atlantic coast
Todd L Capson Sustainable Fisheries Partnership OA monitoring in the Gulf of Maine OA monitoring in the Chesapeake Bay OA monitoring in New Zealand
Robert C Carpenter California State University, Northridge The effects of ocean acidification on the organismic biology and community ecology of corals, calcified algae, and coral reefs [with P. Edmunds] LTER: Long-term dynamics of a coral reef ecosystem (with P. Edmunds [CSUN] and R. Schmitt/S. Holbrook [UCSB])
Emily  Carrington University of Washington & Friday Harbor Labs Effects of OA and other stressors on mussel byssal attachment, algal spore adhesion, and mechanics of calcified algae.
Brendan R Carter Princeton University
Meg  Chadsey Washington Sea Grant 1) Integrating OA into High School Science Curricula in Washington State; 2) 'Cultivating seaweed to mitigate ocean acidification, and generate habitat, fertilizer, food and fuel' (submitted to the Paul Allen Ocean Challenge); and 3) Co-chairing a session on OA Policy Developments for the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference in Seattle, WA, April 2014
Robert C Chambers NOAA Fisheries NEFSC Effects of CO2 and co-stressors on early life-stages of representative marine fish species of the USA northeast Atlantic coast (multiple species being tested)
Francis  Chan Oregon State University OMEGAS ACIDIC PISCO
Cynthia L Chandler Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution NSF SEES-OA
Chen-Tung Arthur   Chen National Sun Yat-sen University 1.The Southeast Asia Time Series Study, 2.The Nan wan Bay Time Series Study, Taiwan, 3.The Sea of Japan Time Series
Noah S Chesnin Rep. Sam Farr
John P Christensen Green Eyes LLC Impact of ocean acidification on survival of early life stage of planktonic copepods in the genus Calanus. NSF-1041081. Joint co-author, lead PI: Jeffrey Runge
William P Cochlan Romberg Tiburon Center, San Francisco State University 1. National Science Foundation - Chemical Oceanography ‘Collaborative Research: Iron Regulation of the Food Quality of Phytoplankton in Acidified Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems.’ (with R.R. Bidigare, M.L. Wells, C.G. Trick, V.L. Trainer) 2. Council on Ocean Affairs, Science and Technology - Grant Development Program ‘COAST Grant Development Research: The Effects of Ocean Acidity on the Toxicity of Heterosigma akashiwo in California waters’
Anne  L Cohen Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 1) Toward Predicting the Impact of Ocean Acidification on Net Calcification by a Broad Range of Coral Reef Ecosystems: Identifying Patterns and Underlying Causes (NSF OCE-1220529) 2) An Investigation of the Role of Nutrition in the Coral Calcification Response to Ocean Acidification (NSF OCE 1041106) "An experimental investigation of the impact of ocean acidification on the early life stages of surf clams, and the interactive effects of feeding." NOAA/NMFS #NA09OAR4320129
Sarah R Cooley OCB/WHOI 1) OCB Project Office Ocean Acidification Scientist; 2) NOAA OA: Developing an Atlantic Sea Scallop Integrated Assessment Model; 3) NSF-SESYNC: Using Spatial Data and Analysis to Understand the Human Impacts of Ocean Acidification
Erik E Cordes Temple University Monitoring of carbonate system in deep Gulf of Mexico Impacts of ocean acidification the physiology and gene expression patterns of the deep-sea coral Lophelia pertusa
Paul  Cough US EPA
Allison R Crimmins EPA EPA Climate Indicators in the US Exploring opportunities for collaboration with NOAA and others Potential communications efforts on EPA website
Jessica N Cross University of Alaska, Fairbanks West Coast Ocean Acidification (WCOA) Pacific Arctic Ocean Acidification
Ned  Cyr NOAA/NMFS Office of Science and Technology
Kendra  Daly University of South Florida Ocean Observatories Initiative
Anna M Davis National Science Foundation Science assistant with NSF's Ocean Acidification Program.
Eric  H De Carlo University of Hawaii at Manoa 1) Coral Reef Instrumented and CO2 Monitoring Platform (CRIMP): ocean acidification impacts on carbonate mineral stability in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Funded by NOAA/SeaGrant 2) Coastal Water Quality Buoy Program in Hawaii. Examination of water quality and CO2 dynamics in nearshore waters of Hawaii. Funded by NOAA/IOOS
Dimitri  Deheyn Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD Ocean Acidification: Physiological Mechanisms for CO2-sensing and Related Intracellular Signaling Pathways in Corals
Jonathan A Dent U.S. Government Accountability Office
Brad  deYoung Other, Memorial University Ecology and Systems Biology
Fred C Dobbs Old Dominion University Impact of climate warming and ocean carbonation on biofilms
Scott  Doney WHOI integrated modeling of sea-scallop fishery
Jeana L Drake Rutgers University The molecular basis of ocean acidification effects on calcification in zooxanthellate corals
Cheryl Lyn  Dybas National Science Foundation
C. Mark  Eakin NOAA Evaluating potential warming and acidification impacts on threatened and endangered corals Monitoring ocean acidification from satellites Coral reef carbonate budgets
Peter J Edmunds California State University, Northridge 1. Effect of OA on corals and coral reefs in Moorea, French Polynesia 2. Implications of OA on coral reefs as part of the Moorea Coral Reef LTER 3. Effects of OA and GCC on coral larvae and coral recruits in Taiwan
Andrew  Esbaugh University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute Implications for respiratory gas exchange and acid-base balance in estuarine fish.
paul  Falkowski Rutgers University Molecular mechanisms of biomineralization in corals
Richard A Feely Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory West Coast Ocean Acidification Observing Network Ocean Acidification Impacts on Pteropods Global changes in carbonate saturation State
David  Fields Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences PI – Co PI W. Balch NOAA Implications of ocean acidification on carbon export in a simplified planktonic food chain: Experiments using Acartia and Pleurochrysis. CoPI – PI W. Balch NSF-Bio OCE Ocean Acidification-Category 1: Implications of Ocean Acidification on Predator Prey Interactions that Drive the Biological Pump
Christina A Frieder Scripps Institution of Oceanography NSF "Macrophyte-induced variability in coastal ocean pH and consequences for invertebrate larvae" PI:Levin NSF "Development of geochemical proxies to evaluate larval pH-exposure history" PI: Levin
Alexander C Gagnon University of Washington Geochemistry of calcification: Coral biomineralization in a changing ocean
Heather M Galindo COMPASS A series of communication workshops for ocean acidification scientists (Sept 2012, Sept 2013, Feb 2014).
Hernan E Garcia NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center Lead for NOAA's OA data management
David L Garrison National Science Foundation OCE NSF SEES Ocean Acidification
Dwight K Gledhill NOAA Ocean Acidification Program Implantation of FOARAM ACT requirements charged to NOAA as executed through the NOAA Ocean Acidification Program (OAP). Primary areas of focus include coordination of Northeast ocean and coastal acidification activities including the establishment of a Northeast Coastal Acidification Network (NECAN) in partnership with other NOAA and IOOS regional partners. In addition, oversight and coordination of the ocean acidification monitoring requirements being advanced through CRCP National Coral Reef Monitoring Strategy as leveraged by OAP investments.
Christopher J Gobler Stony Brook University “Using ecological models to predict population effects of increasing ocean acidification on northeast US resource bivalves”, NOAA, 9/1/13 – 8/31/16. PI: Gobler “Will rising pCO2 levels in the ocean affect growth and survival of marine fish early life stages?”, Gobler Co-PI with H. Baumann, NSF Biological Oceanography, 3/1/11-2/28/14
Philip  Goldstein University of Colorado Ocean Acidification Data Management
Jason S Grear US EPA - Atlantic Ecology Division 1. Predicting population effects of increasing ocean acidification on northeast US resource bivalves 2. Effects of ocean acidification on estuarine plankton/grazer interactions 3. Effects of ocean acidification on the demography of marine crustacean
Holly  Greening Tampa Bay Estuary Program no direct OA projects, but several climate change and carbon sequestration initiatives in Tampa Bay
Jamie C Griffith Liquid Robotics Autonomous remote sensing of pCO2 and pH.
Martin  Grosell University of Miami, RSMAS Impacts of CO2 on acid-base balance, rectal base excretion and intestinal carbonate formation in marine fish
Andrea G Grottoli The Ohio State University National Science Foundation – Ocean Acidification (2010-2013) Ocean Acidification Category 1 - Interactive Effects of Temperature, Nutrients, and Ocean Acidification on Coral Holobiont Physiology and Calcification. Grottoli AG (lead PI), Cai W-J, Warner M
Robyn   Hannigan UMass Boston Ocean acidification and impacts on otolith mineralogy Multiple stressor impacts on crustacean shell mineralogy Paleoproxies for ocean acidification in the rock record
Claudine  Hauri UAF - Reevaluation of carbon fluxes in the Chukchi Sea - Formation and transportation of low aragonite saturation state water in the Chukchi and Beaufort Sea - OA risk assessment for Alaska's fisheries
Dennis  Hedgecock University of Southern California Ocean Acidification: Predicting “winners and losers” to ocean acidification: a physiological genomic study of genetically-determined variance during larval development
Peter  Hill Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Victoria J Hill Old Dominion University Long-Term Impact of Climate Warming and Ocean Carbonation on Eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) NSF
Gretchen E Hofmann UC Santa Barbara OMEGAS - study of local adaptation to the OA seascape on the US west coast Balance of local adaptation and physiological plasticity in Antarctic invertebrates Linkages of environmental variation in carbonate chemistry to community-level calcification (in conjunction with the Santa Barbara Coastal LTER)
Brian  Hopkinson University of Georgia carbon acquisition and processing in marine phytoplankton and corals effects of ocean acidification on photosynthesis, calcification, and carbon uptake in phytoplankton and corals
Stephan D Howden University of Southern Mississippi Time-Series and Underway Assessments of Ocean Acidification and Carbon System Properties in Coastal Waters. A Pilot Project for Autonomous Ocean Acidification Surveys in the Northern Gulf with the Liquid Robotics Wave Glider
Thomas P Hurst NOAA-Alaska Fisheries Science Center Effects of ocean acidification on early life stages of Alaskan groundfishes. Behavioral responses of walleye pollock to ocean acidification.
Kelsey I Jacobsen Congresswoman Lois Capps Legislative efforts with Members of Congress
Libby  Jewett NOAA I am involved with all aspects of NOAA's involvement in OA.
Liqing  Jiang National Oceanographic Data Center Ocean acidification study in the East Coast of the United States.
Laura S Johnson U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA Technical workgroup to assess existing and emerging information applicable to the development of indicators of ocean acidification in coastal waters.
Zackary  Johnson Duke University PICO - coastal ocean acidification time-series (http://oceanography.ml.duke.edu/johnson/research/pico/)
Eric  Kaltenbacher SRI International Development of a novel sensor for in situ measurements of carbonate ions in seawater Development of an in situ sensor for high-resolution measurements of total dissolved inorganic carbon
Julie E Keister University of Washington Effects of OA on field distributions of zooplankton. Effects of OA on early development of copepods, krill, and crab larvae. Food web effects of OA on copepods.
Andrew L King NOAA/Northeast Fisheries Science Center OA effects on phytoplankton nutritional composition; Genetic response of diatoms to CO2/pH
David I Kline Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD 1) Coral Reef Free Ocean Carbon Enrichment Systems (CP-FOCE) 2) Heron Island Mesocosm and Aquarium Climate Change Experimental Studies (pH and Temp) 3) Larval OA and Temp Studies.
Kristy J Kroeker University of California Davis, Bodega Marine Lab (1) Emergent ecological effects of OA at shallow water CO2 vents [with Fio Micheli, Stanford University] (2) Meta-analyses characterizing the variability in organismal responses to OA (3) Impacts of OA on open-coast and estuarine foundation species in a California upwelling zone [with Eric Sanford, Brian Gaylord, Tessa Hill, and Ann Russell; UC Davis/Bodega Marine Laboratory].
Ilsa B Kuffner U.S. Geological Survey 1) Field monitoring of coral and CCA calcification rates 2) Paleorecord of coral growth and temperature 3) Proxy development and calibration for environmental variables
Janet E Kübler California State University at Northridge Scope for Resilience to Ocean Acidification in Macroalgae
Fabien JG Laurier White House Council on Environmental Quality N/A
Gareth L Lawson Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 1. Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of Thecosome Pteropods in Relation to Carbonate Chemistry (NSF OA; co-PIs Aleck Wang, Andone Lavery, Peter Wiebe) 2. Acidification of the Coastal Ocean: Are Deep Waters of the Gulf of Maine already Corrosive to Pteropods? (WHOI funds; co-PI Aleck Wang) 3. Ocean Acidification: Seasonal and Ontogenetic Effects of Ocean Acidication on Pteropods in the Gulf of Maine (NSF OA; co-PIs Amy Maas, Ann Tarrant)
Jane J. Lee National Geographic I'm a reporter interested in learning more about the field and what big questions folks are working on.
Michael P. Lesser National Science Foundation
Lisa A Levin Scripps Institution of Oceanography Development of geochemical proxies to evaluate larval pH and O2 exposure history Macrophyte-induced variability in coastal ocean pH and consequences for invertebrate larvae Disentangling effects of low O2 and low pH in upwelling regions.
Joel M. Levy NOAA Climate Program Office, Climate Observation Division The Ocean Climate Observation Program funds NOAA's ocean carbon observations, as well as other open ocean observations relevant to ocean acidification studies
Fred  Lipschultz US Global Change Research Program OA communication and connection to climate change within USGCRP
Sherwood  Liu University of South Florida CO2 chemistry in high CO2 world
William C Long NOAA/NMFS Effects of ocean acidification on king and Tanner crabs.
Brooke  A Love Western Washington University Collaborative Research: Ocean Acidification: Impacts to copepod populations mediated by changes in prey quality Planktonic interactions in a changing ocean: Biological responses of Emiliania huxleyi to elevated pCO2 and their effects on microzooplankton Exploratory project on the effects of eel grass beds on pCO2 on diurnal and tidal time scales in Padilla Bay, WA
Amy E Maas Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution G.L. Lawson, A.E. Maas, A.M. Tarrant “Ocean Acidification: Seasonal and ontogenetic effects of acidification on pteropods in the Gulf of Maine” (NSF – OA 2013). A.M. Tarrant, A.E. Maas, G.L. Lawson “Impacts of ocean acidification on pteropod physiology” (WHOI, Access to the Sea – 2011). Collaborator on: G.L. Lawson, A. Lavery, Z.A. Wang, P. Wiebe “Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of Thecosome Pteropods in Relation to Carbonate Chemistry in the Northwest Atlantic and Northeast Pacific” (NSF – OA 2010).
Katherine RM Mackey WHOI and MBL Proteomic, genomic, and elemental characterization of photosynthetic strategies in picocyanobacteria
Kevan L Main Mote Marine Laboratory
Donal T Manahan University of Southern California Predicting "Winners and Losers" to ocean acidification: a physiological genomic study of genetically-determined variance during larval development
Jeremy A Martinich USEPA - Climate Change Division Development and application of the COMBO model, which estimates impacts of future climate change on coral reefs by combining effects from long-term changes in average sea surface temperature (SST) and ocean acidification with impacts from episodic high temperature mortality (bleaching) events.
Todd  Martz Scripps Institution of Oceanography Development of SeaFET, SeapHOx, and Deep-Sea Durafet sensors Modification of CROSS system to study alkalinity flux on reef systems development of technologies for pH and DIC on profiling floats
Jeremy T Mathis NOAA - PMEL NOAA OA Monitoring Program Alaska OA Monitoring Program
James B McClintock University of Alabama at Birmingham The impacts of ocean acidification and rising temperatures on Antarctic calcified algae and invertebrates (with C. Amsler and R. Angus) The impacts of hypercapnic conditions on echinoids in land based aquaculture (with R. Challener) The magnesium-calcite levels of skeletal elements of echinoderms in polar, temperate and tropical latitudes as they relate to vulnerability to ocean acidification Studies of the shell condition and composition for a suite of limpets and gastropods occuring in the vicinity of a natural volcanic vent near Vulcano Island, Italy (with A. Duquette, C. Amsler, J. Ries)
Daniel C McCorkle Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 1. Time-series measurments of coastal carbonate chemistry 2. Culturing studies of OA impacts on various taxa, including corals and shellfish 3. Coral community calcification rate studies
Paul  McElhany NOAA - Northwest Fisheries Science Center Species OA exposure experiments Ecosystem modeling Coupled biological and carbon chemistry sampling
Wade  McGillis Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory NOAA Atlantic Ocean Acidification Testbed NSF OA Coral Refugia
Figen A Mekik Grand Valley State University Carbonate preservation in pelagic sediments: Developing a new aragonite preservation proxy A Multi-Proxy Search for the Deglacial Deep Sea Carbonate Preservation Maximum. Quantifying Calcite Flux and the Organic Carbon to Calcite Flux Ratio in the Tropical and Subtropical World Ocean
Bruce A Menge Oregon State University OMEGAS: Ocean Margin Ecosystem Group for Acidification Studies. Focus integrates oceanography, ecology, physiology, genetics, and genomics in studies of mussels and sea urchins. Study includes quantification of pH and pCO2 in intertidal and shallow subtidal region of inner shelf ranging from central Oregon to southern California ACIDIC: Algal Communities in Distress: Impacts and Consequences. Focus on linking oceanography, ecology, and physiology in study of coralline algal and associated species response to OA in field and lab mesocosm settings in Oregon and northern California.
Lisa  Milke NOAA Fisheries, Milford Lab Impact of ocean acidification on the early life stages of surfclams and sea scallops.
T Aran  Mooney Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 1) Ocean Acidification: Examining impacts on squid paralarval development, behavior, and survival 2) The I-TAG (Invertebrate Tag): Coordinated measures of invertebrate behavior and their natural environment using novel “eco-sensors”
Christopher  C Moore US EPA Economic Impacts of Ocean Acidification
Francois MM Morel Princeton University Effects of pCO2 and pH on photosynthesis, respiration and growth in marine phytoplankton (NSF). EFFECTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY AND REQUIREMENTS IN PHYTOPLANKTON (NS).
James J Morris Michigan State University Impact of Evolution on the Response of Phytoplankton Populations to Rising CO2
Alyson S Myers Kegotank Farm Study of ecosystem dynamics and macroalgal harvest Nutrient-extractive Aquaculture
Jan A Newton University of Washington 1. NANOOS-IOOS observations in support of NOAA OAP 2. Implementing recommendations of the Washington State Blue Ribbon Panel on OA 3. Global OA Observing Network
Scott  Noakes The University of Georgia 1. Carbon dioxide and water quality time-series monitoring at Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary 2. Establishing a high resolution seafloor observatory at Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Rachael  Novak US EPA EPA-NOAA Information Exchange on ocean acidification Ocean acidification and water quality parameters
Michael J O'Donnell California Ocean Science Trust West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Panel
Erica H Ombres NOAA Ocean Acidification Program NOAA's Ocean Acidification Program
Monica V Orellana Institute for Systems Biology / University of Washington Collaborative proposal: A systems biology approach of diatom response to ocean acidification and climate change.
James C. Orr Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement CEA-CNRS-UVSQ Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre SOLAS-IMBER Ocean Acidification Working Group MEDSEA
Kenric E Osgood NOAA Fisheries Service U.S. Inter-agency Working Group on Ocean Acidification NOAA Ocean Acidification Working Group
Steve  Palumbi Stanford University Acclimation and adaptation to ocean acidification of key ecosystem components in the California Current System Emergent effects of ocean acidification on ecosystem function in Ischia, Itlay How marine species affect ocean acidification: ecosystem engineering and mitigation on coral reefs
Uta  Passow Marine Science Institute, UC Santa Barbara OCE-0926711: 7/3/09-8/31/13 Will Ocean Acidification Diminish Particle Aggregation and Mineral Scavenging, Thus Weakening the Biological Pump? OCE-1041038: 10/1/10-9/31/14 Will high CO2 conditions affect production, partitioning and fate of organic matter? Collaboration with the Ca Water Board: June 2012 - May 2013: Testing stability and reliability of in situ pH sensors.
Adina  Paytan Other Biogeochemistry
Catherine A Pfister University of Chicago 1. The patterns of carbon cycle change along the Washington state shore. 2. The ancient and recent history of isotopic and elemental analyses of mussel shells. 3. Responses of coralline algae to changing ocean carbon cycle; population and community responses.
beth a phelan NOAA/NMFS/NEFSC I am coordinating NMFS OA research in the NE. I am involved in experiments on the effects of OA on NE flatfish early life history.
Jennifer C Phillips National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Early investigation of Great Lakes CO2 driven acidification
Sheri A Phillips NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center NOAA/NODC ocean acidification project
Matthew E Poach NOAA/NMFS Sandy Hook Effects of CO2 and co-stressors on early life-stages of representative marine fish species of the USA northeast Atlantic coast (multiple species being tested). Nutrient and carbon chemistry associated with the Hudson-Raritan Bay Estuary and the upwelling centers off the New Jersey coast.
Nichole N Price Scripps Institution of Oceanography 1. (Moore Foundation) Population and community ecological responses to natural variation in the carbonate system on remote coral reefs [with J. Smith, R. Dunbar, and T. Martz], 2. (CA Seagrant) Physiological response of seaweeds to warming and OA [with J. Smith, S. Hamilton, and M. Graham], 3. (NSF) Quantifying biogeochemical feedbacks (H and O2 flux) on tropical coral reefs using a modified CROSS system [with J. Smith, T. Martz, and W. McGillis]
Brian  Rappoli US Environmental Protection Agency Assessing the applicability of indicators of ocean acidification in coastal waters on a national scale
Julie M Reichert Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education-U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 1) Tracking and assisting projects aiming to advance the understanding of the role of land-based sources (e.g., nutrients) in contributing to coastal acidification and its impact on shellfish populations. 2) Evaluating ocean and coastal acidification research to assist in the development of approaches to address ocean acidification-related impairments in coastal waters through the Clean Water Act Section 303(d) Listing of Threatened and Impaired Waters and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) programs.
Stacey C Reisdorph University of Alaska Fairbanks Employed at the Ocean Acidification Research Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks My graduate research involves analyzing glacial meltwater's role in ocean acidification events in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.
Lisa L Robbins US Geological Survey 1) (USGS)Ocean acidification and carbon fluxes in the Gulf of Mexico, including the West Florida Shelf and 2) Florida shellfish estuaries, and 3)(NSF and USGS) Ocean Acidification in the Canada Basin: Roles of Sea Ice.
Jeffrey A Runge University of Maine Effects of ocean acidification on the reproduction, growth and development of the planktonic copepod, Calanus finmarchicus Assessment of ocean acidification and other environmental changes in New Hampshire and Maine estuaries using the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, as a sentinel biological organism.
Susan L Russell-Robinson U.S. Geological Survey/DOI USGS research funded by Coastal and Marine Geology Program.
Grace K Saba Rutgers University 1) Synergistic effects of elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) and temperature on the metabolism, growth, and reproduction of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) (Lead PI; Funded by NSF Office of Polar Programs, Grant #1246293) 2) Feeding and nutrient excretion of adult Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, exposed to enhanced CO2 (Funded by Moore Foundation grant #1859 and Palmer LTER: NSF# ANT-0823101) 3) Effects of enhanced CO2 on Antarctic plankton community structure and biogeochemical cycles (Funded by Moore Foundation grant #1859, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) Competitive Intramural Research Awards Program Palmer LTER: NSF# ANT-0823101)
Christopher L Sabine NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory NOAA Ocean Acidification Moorings Carbon Wave Glider development and deployment Development of a moored DIC sensor
Mak  Saito WHOI Ocean acidification: The influence of ocean acidification and rising temperature on phytoplankton proteome composition Collaborative research: Adaptation of key N2-fixing cyanobacteria to changing CO2 (Hutchins, Fu, Webb, Saito)
Joseph  E Salisbury Ocean Processes Analysis Laboratory, University of New Hampshire 1) High frequency time-series monitoring of CO2, pH and water quality in the western Gulf of Maine. 2) Processes affecting pCO2 and Omega variability in the Gulf of Maine 3) Establishing a benthic acidification observatory at the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary
Eric  Sanford Bodega Marine Laboratory, University of California Davis (1) OMEGAS: Linking ecological and organismal responses to the ocean acidification seascape in the California Current System [with Bruce Menge and collaborators]. (2) Impacts of ocean acidification on open-coast and estuarine foundation species (mussels and oysters) in a California upwelling zone [with Brian Gaylord, Tessa Hill, and Ann Russell; UC Davis/Bodega Marine Laboratory].
Astrid  Schnetzer North Carolina State University NSF, 2010-2013, Experimental studies to understand and evaluate acclimation of marine plankton assemblages to increased CO2 and temperature. PIs A. Schnetzer (NCSU), D. Caron, D. Hutchins and F-X. Fu (USC)
Oscar  Schofield Rutgers University 1) National Science Foundation: “The molecular basis of ocean acidification effects on calcification in zooxanthellae corals” Falkowski, P. G., Rosenthal, Y., Schofield, O., Sherrell, R. 2) National Science Foundation: "Office of Polar Program 2008-2013. “West Antarctic Palmer LTER” PIs Ducklow, H., Martinson, D. G., Schofield, O., Steinberg, D., Stammerjohnn, S., Fraser, W., Baker, K. S.
Brad A Seibel University of Rhode Island Ocean Acidification: Oxygen-limited CO2 tolerance in Squids (Ommastrephidae and Loliginidae) Synergistic effects of elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) and temperature on the metabolism, growth, and reproduction of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba)
Elizabeth H Shadwick Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, University of Tasmania Changes to the Southern Ocean Carbon System Acidification on the Antarctic Continental Shelf
Robert  Sherrell IMCS, Rutgers University Molecular basis of ocean acidification effects on calcification in zooxanthellate corals.
Gyami  Shrestha Other US Carbon Cycle Science Program/CCIWG coordination, including ocean acidification.
Samantha A Siedlecki JISAO Modeling ocean acidification in the GOA Seasonal forecasting of ocean conditions on the coast of Washington and Oregon (JSCOPE)
Sergio R Signorini NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/SAIC Assessment of Carbon Fluxes and Budgets for the Nordic Seas
Jonathon H Stillman San Francisco State University and UC Berkeley Responses of porcelain crabs, red king crabs, and coccolithophores to ocean acidification, including multi-stressor studies, studies of environmental variability, and studies across different life history stages.
Elizabeth  Suatoni Natural Resources Defense Council OA socio-economic vulnerability analysis
Adrienne J Sutton NOAA/PMEL/JISAO NOAA PMEL CO2 and OA Observing
Ann M Tarrant Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (1) Seasonal and Ontogenetic Effects of Ocean Acidication on Pteropods in the Gulf of Maine (NSF-OA) (2) An Investigation of the Role of Nutrition in the Coral Calcification Response to Ocean Acidification (NSF-OA) (3) Impacts of Ocean Acidification on pteropod physiology (WHOI Access to the Sea program)
Kathy A Tedesco NASA Headquarters Program Scientist - NASA Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry Program Member - IWGOA
Nicole M Teutschel United States Senate
Anne E Todgham San Francisco State University 1. Synergistic effects of ocean acidification and warming on larval development in Antarctic fishes 2. Physiological costs of elevated CO2 and temperature on early life history stages of the native oyster, Ostrea lurida
Martin  Tresguerres Scripps Institution of Oceanography-UCSD "Ocean acidification: physiological mechanisms for CO2-sensing and related intracellular signaling pathways in corals" NSF EF-1220641
Charles G Trick Western University NSF - Effect of OA on the fatty acid composition of coastal phytoplankton
Daniela  Turk Dalhousie University
Carol  Turley Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme Mediterranean Sea Acidification in a Changing Climate Project SOLAS-IMBER Ocean Acidification Working Group
Beth  Turner NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science Effects of OA on California Current food webs and fisheries Effects of OA on coastal shellfisheries (scallop and clam) in Gulf of Maine and Narragansett Bay
Nathalie  Valette-Silver NOAA
Ruben  van Hooidonk NOAA AOML / CIMAS 1) Monitoring OA from space. 2) Using global and regional climate models to project OA impacts on coral reefs.
George G Waldbusser Oregon State University Ocean Acidification Category 1: A mechanistic understanding of the impacts of ocean acidification on the early life stages of marine bivalves. (2010-2014), with B. Hales, C.J. Langdon, and B. Haley. NSF-CRI/OA #1041267. Lead PI Developing realistic metrics of acidification stress for commercially important bivalves in variable habitats. (2012-2014), with B. Hales, and C.J. Langdon. Oregon Sea Grant. Lead PI Using Spatial Data and Analysis to Understand the Human Impacts of Ocean Acidification. National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SeSync). Participant
Zhaohui Aleck  Wang Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 1. NSF OA program, Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of Thecosome Pteropods in Relation to Carbonate Chemistry in the Northwest Atlantic and Northeast Pacific 2. NSF OTIC, Developing an In-situ Sensor for Continuous Measurements of Total CO2 on Mobile Platforms 3. WHOI Internal Award, Acidification of the Coastal Ocean: Are deep waters of the Gulf of Maine already corrosive to pteropods?
Mark  Warner University of Delaware Ocean Acidification: Understanding the Impact of CO2 and Temperature on the Physiological, Genetic, and Epigenetic Response of a Model Sea Anemone System with Different Symbionts. Collaborative Research - Ocean Acidification Category 1: Interactive Effects of Temperature, Nutrients, and Ocean Acidification on Coral Physiology and Calcification Ocean Acidification in Natural Populations of Temperate Sea Anemones.
Brad  Warren Global Ocean Health Program, SFP & NFCC hatchery monitoring; studies on mitigation options; projects to build capacity for response in coastal communities and states.
Stephen B Weisberg Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority 1) Chair of the Steering Committee for the California Current Acidification Network (C-CAN) 2) Member of the California Ocean Protection Council’s Science Advisory Panel’s Hypoxia and Ocean Acidification Expert Panel 3) Governing Board member of the Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (SCCOOS)
Meredith M White Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences Effects of ocean acidification on Emiliania huxleyi and Calanus finmarchicus; insights into the oceanic alkalinity and biological carbon pumps
Daniel  Wieczorek NOAA NMFS NOAA Ocean Acidification Program project, experimental carbonate exposure system and carbon chemistry measurements. NOAA Ocean Acidification Program project, ocean acidification effects on marine finfish species of the Northeast USA
Eric D Wilcox Freeburg University of Massachusetts Boston NSF-CRI-OA-1220480, PIs: Hannigan, Tlusty, Rhyne
Phillip  Williamson UK Natural Environment Research Council UK Ocean Acidification research programme Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network OSPAR-ICES Study Group on Ocean Acidification
Bret  Wolfe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service I am the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's representative on the Ocean Acidification Interagency Working Group
Ryan J. Woosley University of Miami/RSMAS CLIVAR CO2 repeat hydrography
Kimberly K Yates U.S. Geological Survey 1) Coral Reef Ecosystem Studies: Coral Reef Biogeochemistry and Community Metabolism, 2)Climate Change and Coral Resilience: U.S. Virgin Islands, 3)Arctic Ocean Acidification
James C Zachos University of Calif., Santa Cruz Ocean Acidification: Collaborative Research: Establishing The Magnitude Of Sea-Surface Acidification During The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
Casey  Zakroff Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Effects of ocean acidification on longfin squid, Doryteuthis pealeii, paralarvae.
Richard C Zimmerman Old Dominion University Impact of Climate Warming and Ocean Carbonation on Eelgrass (Zostera marina L.)
Patrizia  Ziveri Universitat Autonoma Barcelona (UAB), Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA) - MEDiterranean SEa Acidification in a changing climate (MedSeA) - PROductivity and CARbonate dynamics in the Southern Ocean and impacts on atmospheric CO2 (PROCARSO)