CERF 2019 Conference

CERF 2019 Conference Updates

See below for the most recent updates for our 25th Biennial Conference:

 

 

Tuesday, 5 November
Conference Schedule

Monday | Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Poster Sessions

Session Title Presentation Title Authors & Presenter Time of Presentation Room Assignment Presentation Format
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Adjustment of wind-driven motion and storm surge in a semi-enclosed bay Chunyan Li, Wei Huang, Jie Wang, Changsheng Chen, Huichan Lin 8:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Spatial data as a benchmark for managing coastal seagrasses in Queensland, Australia Alex Carter, Robert Coles, Alana Grech, Mike Rasheed, Skye McKenna, Len McKenzie, Norm Duke 8:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Spending more to delay wetland benefits: incorrectly accounting for sea-level rise when designing restoration projects John Nyman 8:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Assessing spatial and temporal variation of bioturbation in coastal wetlands of Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia Zoë Shribman, Keila Stark, Vicki Bennion, Catherine Lovelock 8:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ocean and coastal acidification: rationales and insights from place-based collaboration. Tampa Bay Coastal Acidification Monitoring to Determine Restoration Benefits Kimberly Yates, Christopher Moore, Mitchell Lemon 8:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Factors influencing carbon stocks and accumulation rates in New England eelgrass meadows Alyssa Novak, Marguerite Pelletier, Phil Colarusso, Juliet Simpson, Nicole Gutierrez, Ariane Arias Ortiz, Michael Charpentier, Pere Masqué, Prassede Vella 8:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Assessing the Efficacy of Marsh Terracing for Coastal Wetland Restoration in Louisiana Joseph French, Adam Skarke, Raul Osorio Morillo, Anna Linhoss, Michael Brasher 8:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Microplastic abundance and distribution along the continental shelf in the northern Gulf of Mexico Caitlin Wessel, Andrew Lucore, Gillian Palino 8:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Contribution of submerged cave chemosynthesis to river and estuary carbon fluxes Robert Scharping, James Garey 8:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society The state of commercial fishing and opportunities for collaboration Ryan Bradley 8:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling An investigation of an historic low salinity event in the York River estuary, Chesapeake Bay David Parrish, Carl Friedrichs, William Reay, Erin Shields 8:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Defining seagrass desired state for evaluating environmental management outcomes in the Great Barrier Reef Catherine Collier, Alex Carter, Michael Rasheed, Len McKenzie, Robert Coles, James Udy, Michelle Waycott, Kate O'Brien, Megan Saunders, Katherine Martin, Carol Honchin, Emma Lawrence 8:15 AM 204A Lightning
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Inlet channel, water level and salinity responses to sea level rise in intermittently closing estuaries John Largier, Dane Behrens, Sam Winter, Michael Koohafkan, Karen Thorne, Kevin Buffington 8:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Comparison of ecosystem responses to long-term climate variability among three estuaries Patricia Cockett, Paul Montagna 8:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ocean and coastal acidification: rationales and insights from place-based collaboration. Temporal variability and driving factors of the carbonate system in an estuary with long-term acidification Melissa McCutcheon, Hongming Yao, Cory Staryk, Xinping Hu 8:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Assessing tidal wetland above- and belowground net primary production using field and in situ measurements Caroline Narron, Deepak Mishra, Jessica O'Connell, David Cotten, Peter Hawman, Lishen Mao 8:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Lessons learned from living shoreline implementation and planning in Florida’s central Gulf coast Savanna Barry, Mark Clark 8:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Trends in US Virgin Islands marine debris from a historical, citizen science-collected, territorial dataset (1988-2016) Zola Roper, Kristin Wilson Grimes, Kara Lavender Law, Sennai Habtes 8:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Urbanization changes the composition, quality, and timing of exported carbon from blackwater streams Adam Gold, Suzanne Thompson, Caitlin Magel, Michael Piehler 8:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Implications of nonconsumptive indirect effects of black sea bass on bivalve survival Stephen Heck, Bradley Peterson 8:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Sediment enhancement and hydrological restoration impacts on salt marsh vegetation and soil within New England Danielle Perry, Carol Thornber 8:23 AM 204A Lightning
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling South Alabama Mesonet observations during Tropical Storm Gordon (2018) Sytske Kimball 8:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Dugongs and green sea turtles increase seagrass germination through ingestion and excretion Samantha Tol, Jessie Jarvis, Paul York, Brad Congdon, Robert Coles 8:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Impacts of incident wave and vegetation properties on wave attenuation by salt marshes Jana Haddad, Johanna Rosman, Rick Luettich, Christine Voss 8:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Salinity alters the effects of host community diversity on oyster microbial communities Sarah Gignoux-Wolfsohn, Gregory Ruiz, Denise Breitburg, Katrina Pagenkopp Lohan 8:30 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ocean and coastal acidification: rationales and insights from place-based collaboration. Integrating coastal acidification data across eight National Estuary Programs (NEPs) Nicholas Rosenau, Holly Galavotti 8:30 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Salt marsh light use efficiency and gross primary production in response to environmental conditions Peter Hawman, Deepak Mishra, David Cotten, Jessica O'Connell, Lishen Mao, Caroline Narron 8:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Long-term monitoring of a living shoreline project in Hancock County, Mississippi Sarah Ballard, Karin Olsen 8:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Evaluating organic contaminants associated with nurdles along beaches of south Texas Xiangtao Jiang, Kaijun Lu, Jace Tunnell, Jeremy Conkle, Zhanfei Liu 8:30 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Impacts of Freshwater Discharge Patterns on the Carbon Cycle in Microtidal Estuaries Iris Anderson, Mark Brush 8:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society An analysis of dredge efficiency for ocean quahog and surfclam commercial dredges Leanne Poussard, Eric Powell, Daniel Hennen 8:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Analysis of a sub-tropical cyclone over Florida in the present and projected future climates John Lanicci, Thomas Allison, Henry Fuelberg 8:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats The consequences of burrowing crabs for plant community composition and restoration Janet Walker, Edwin Grosholz, Jeremy Long 8:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Role of Vegetation in Reducing Coastal Flooding Vulnerability due to Sea Level Rise and Storms Peter Sheng, Vladimir Paramygin, Christine Angelini, Justin Davis, Karen Thorne, Kevin Buffington, Mike Savarese, David Kidwell, Kun Yang 8:45 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Adaptation of multivariate AMBI (M-AMBI) for use in US coastal waters Marguerite Pelletier, David Gillett, Anna Hamilton, Treda Grayson, Virginia Hansen, Erik Leppo, Stephen Weisberg, Angel Borja 8:45 AM 203A Lightning
Ocean and coastal acidification: rationales and insights from place-based collaboration. Short-term forecasts of acidification metrics in the Chesapeake Bay Marjorie Friedrichs, Aaron Bever, Fei Da, Pierre St. Laurent, Karen Hudson 8:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Carbon and nitrogen sequestration: identifying drivers and monetizing sequestration Sandra Demberger, Nathaniel Weston, Christopher Craft, Elise Rodriguez, Kristen Jezycki 8:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Evaluating the impacts of large-scale breakwaters on fringing marshes in high wave energy environments Sara Martin, Nigel Temple, Gillian Palino, Just Cebrian, Eric Sparks 8:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Accumulation and distribution of marine debris on barrier islands across the northern Gulf of Mexico Katie Swanson, Caitlin Wessel, Tracy Weatherall, Just Cebrian 8:45 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Ecosystem metabolism and carbon balance in Chesapeake Bay: A 30-year modeling study Jeremy Testa, Chunqi Shen, Wenfei Ni, Wei-Jun Cai, Ming Li, Michael Kemp 8:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Using simulation testing to guide risk-based management of Atlantic Surfclam (Spisula solidissima) Laura Solinger, Eric Powell, Daniel Hennen, Steven Cadrin 8:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Sediment monitoring after a mechanical failure of a wastewater treatment plant - what we learned Wendy Eash-Loucks, Jeff Stern, Jeff Lafer 8:53 AM 203A Lightning
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Numerical Experiments on Storm Surge and Circulation in Wax Lake Delta Wei Huang, Chunyan Li, Matthew Hiatt 9:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Beyond static ecological thresholds: Incorporating habitat stress responses in Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans (EMMP). Siti Maryam Yaakub, Cheng Ann Tan 9:00 AM 204A Lightning
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Synthesizing NERR sentinel site data to improve coastal wetland management across New England David Burdick, Christopher Peter, Briana Fischella, Kenneth Raposa, Megan Tyrrell, Jenny Allen, Jordan Mora, Jason Goldstein, Christine Feurt 9:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Refining benthic condition assessment tools by incorporating taxa-specific stressor response information Treda Grayson, Kim de Mutsert 9:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ocean and coastal acidification: rationales and insights from place-based collaboration. Ameliorating ocean acidification: A model relating pCO2, irradiance, and leaf area index of Zostera marina Tyler Tran, Sylvia Yang, Brooke Love, Cinde Donoghue 9:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems The response of net ecosystem carbon balance to fertilization in a North Carolina salt marsh Kenneth Czapla, Iris Anderson, Carolyn Currin 9:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Comparing abilities of alternative substrates to halt salt marsh erosion and support oyster reef development Emory Wellman, Brandon Puckett, Rachel Gittman 9:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Galveston Bay Watershed Trash Action Plan: A regional partnership plan addressing litter and marine debris Erin Kinney, Stephanie Glenn 9:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Alkalinity in Chesapeake Bay tributaries Raymond Najjar, Maria Herrmann, Sebastian Cintron-Del Valle, Jaclyn Friedman, Marjorie Friedrichs, Sreece Goldberger, Lora Harris, Elizabeth Shadwick, Edward Stets, Ryan Woodland 9:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Historical analysis of Dungeness crab abundance and the contribution of estuarine habitats to fisheries harvest Theodore DeWitt, Nathaniel Lewis 9:00 AM 201A Lightning
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Spatio-temporal patterns in eelgrass (Zostera marina) biomass in sub-arctic Alaska Courtney Amundson, David Ward 9:08 AM 204A Lightning
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation A Gamified Approach to Engaging Residents in the Science of Adaptation and Building Coastal Resilience Wie Yusuf, Michelle Covi 9:08 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Does antrhopogenic noise influence habitat quality for fish associated with oyster aquaculture and natural environments? Barbara Bevacqua, Renee Mercaldo-Allen, Julie Rose, Jason Krumholz, Gillian Phillips, Paul Clark 9:08 AM 201A Lightning
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling The impact of diurnal winds on exchange through barrier island passes into the Mississippi Sound Michael Dinniman, Courtney Bouchard, Mustafa Cambazoglu, Jerry Wiggert 9:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Habitat-specific changes in nitrogen cycling in a Gulf of Mexico estuary Richard Fulford, Katelyn Houghton, Joseph James, Marc Russell 9:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Break   9:15 AM 201B  
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Colonization dynamics in experimentally disturbed areas of mudflat in the upper Bay of Fundy, Canada Greg Norris, Myriam Barbeau, Diana Hamilton 9:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ocean and coastal acidification: rationales and insights from place-based collaboration. Discussion   9:15 AM 202B  
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Recovery of carbon cycle processes after the cessation of chronic nutrient enrichment Thomas Mozdzer, Sophie Drew, Paige Weber, Bridget Reed, Joshua Caplan, Linda Deegan 9:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Getting muddy: oyster reef living shoreline sediments six years and two hurricanes later Jessica Veenstra, Melissa Southwell 9:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Hurdles with Nurdles: A Gulf-wide Citizen Science Project Jace Tunnell 9:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Sensitivity of projected Chesapeake Bay hypoxia to climate model, downscaling method, and watershed model Kyle Hinson, Marjorie Friedrichs, Gopal Bhatt, Raymond Najjar, Maria Herrmann, Hanqin Tian, Yuanzhi Yao 9:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Disclosing new evidence of marine fauna tropicalization with the help of citizen science João Encarnação, Pedro Morais, Vânia Baptista, Joana Cruz, Alexandra Teodósio 9:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Break   9:30 AM 201C  
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Break   9:30 AM 203A  
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Break   9:30 AM 201D  
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Break   9:30 AM 204B  
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Break   9:30 AM 203B  
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Break   9:30 AM 202A  
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling 20 Years of Mississippi River Plume Variability in the Gulf of Mexico from Big Data Catherine Fitzpatrick, Alexander Kolker, Philip Chu 10:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Prioritizing nature and nature-based features that increase the resilience of coastal communities to flooding Jessica Hendricks, Julie Herman, Pamela Mason 10:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Effects of diel oxygen cycling on infaunal behavior and sediment oxygen demand Kara Gadeken, Kelly Dorgan 10:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Dissolved Carbon Dynamics in Marshes with Contrasting Salinity within Barataria Basin, Louisiana Songjie He, Kanchan Maiti, Tracy Quirk, Christopher Swarzenski, Gina Groseclose, Dubravko Justic, Giulio Mariotti 10:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Should we just bag it? An alternative strategy to oyster bags in living shorelines projects. Kelly Smith, Pamela Marcum, Scott Eastman 10:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Effects of different microplastics on sediment microbial communities and nitrogen cycling processes Meredith Seeley, Robert Hale, Bongkeun Song 10:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Spatial and temporal variability of stable isotopes in flora and fauna of Barnegat Bay, NJ Michelle Gannon, Elizabeth Watson, Autumn Oczkowski, Kirk Raper, David Velinsky 10:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Predicting the effects of reduced nutrients and hypoxia on fishes in the Gulf of Mexico Stephen Brandt, Arnaud Laurent, Cynthia Sellinger, Cassandra Glaspie, Kim de Mutsert 10:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Developing a Vegetation Index to map large-scale seagrass change using LandSat Imagery Jonathan Rodemann, Rolando Santos, Jennifer Rehage, Daniel Gann, Zachary Fratto, David Lagomasino, Margaret Hall, Bradley Furman 10:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Contrasting seed germination of Spartina alterniflora along latitude in the native and introduced ranges Wenwen Liu, Yihui Zhang 10:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Mangrove freeze damage and recovery along a latitudinal gradient within the Texas marsh-mangrove ecotone Carolyn Weaver, C. Edward Proffitt 10:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation A Living Laboratory for Coastal Resilience on the Boston Harbor Islands Robert Chen, Kirk Bosma, Paul Kirshen, Mark Borrelli, Lucy Lockwood 10:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III The fate of biogenic carbonate in bioturbated sediment: Insights from a long-term lugworm exclusion experiment Nils Volkenborn, Ian Dwyer 10:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Comparative metabolism of two wetland-dominated estuaries Charles Hopkinson, Nathaniel Weston, Inke Forbrich 10:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Oysters and mangroves: case studies of living shorelines from the United States and Australia Rebecca Morris, Elisabeth Strain, Benedikt Fest, Stephen Swearer 10:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Spatial-temporal occurrence of microplastics in Sebastes melanops off the coast of Oregon Katherine Lasdin, Jordan Laundry, Anika Agrawal, Susanne Brander 10:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Long-term water quality monitoring of the Pamlico River: Temporal and Spatial Patterns Enrique Reyes 10:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Using coupled ecosystem modeling to evaluate nutrient and hypoxia reductions on living marine resources. Kim de Mutsert, Stephen Brandt, Kristy Lewis, Arnaud Laurent, Jeroen Steenbeek, Joe Buszowski 10:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Deep learning for coastal ecosystem mapping Justin Ridge, Patrick Gray, Anna Windle, David Johnston 10:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Susceptibility of submerged plant communities to invasive Eurasian watermilfoil LaTina Steele, Rachel DeMarzo, Jenna Larson 10:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Variability in the fundamental and realized niches of mangroves in North America Rémi Bardou, John Parker, Kyle Cavanaugh, Ilka Feller 10:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Past, present, and future nuisance flooding on the Charleston Peninsula James Morris, Katherine Renken 10:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Effect of environmental history on physiology and stress responses of the Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Jill Ashey, Emily Rivest 10:30 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Contribution of eelgrass community metabolism to the carbon flux of San Diego Bay Abigail Ryder, Matthew Edwards, Melissa Ward, Walt Oechel 10:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Cutting edge and promoting hedge: marsh facilitation of mangrove seedlings along an eroding shoreline Aaron Macy, Julia Cherry, Michael Osland, Just Cebrian 10:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Microplastics in Mississippi River Fishes Ahmed Gad, Kerrin Toner, Mark Benfield, Stephen Midway 10:30 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Influence of Tidal Inlet Exchange on the Marine Ecosystem and Biogeochemistry of the Mississippi Bight Jerry Wiggert, Courtney Bouchard, Mike Dinniman, Mustafa Cambazoglu, Stephan O'Brien, Pat Fitzpatrick, Scott Milroy, Eileen Hofmann 10:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Impact of hypoxia on the pelagic food web of the northern Gulf of Mexico Cassandra Glaspie, Melissa Clouse, Klaus Huebert, Stuart Ludsin, Doran Mason, James Pierson, Michael Roman, Stephen Brandt 10:30 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies From seagrass to salt marsh: benefits and challenges of monitoring coastal habitats with drones Brendan Brown, Drew Reicks, Howard Young, Andrew Ryan 10:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Environmental influence on competitive interactions between a native and invasive SAV species Ashley McDonald, Charles Martin, Laura Reynolds, Carrie Adams 10:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Biscayne Bay Hydrodynamic, Sediment Transport, and Water Quality Model Reinaldo Garcia, Henry Briceno, Piero Gardinali 10:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation A process model for the co-production of climate knowledge in the Tampa Bay estuary Maya Burke, Libby Carnahan, Kelli Hammer-Levy, Gary Mitchum 10:45 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Predicting benthic macroalgal abundance in shallow coastal bays from hydrodynamics and geomorphology Alice Besterman, Michael Pace 10:45 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems The seagrass sediment carbon pump and its impact on carbon dynamics in coastal environments David Burdige, Richard Zimmerman, Matthew Long 10:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Site-specific plant considerations for increasing the success of living shorelines and ecological restoration projects Randy Mandel, Jessica Foley, Sara Copp Franz 10:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Occurrence of microplastics in the diet of juvenile fish in five Texas Coastal Bend bays M. Gray Ryan, Simon Geist 10:45 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Biogeochemical cycling in the Pensacola Bay, Florida: contrasts from three urban bayous Grace Sommerville, Jane Caffrey 10:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Getting to the bottom of coastal food webs: hypoxia impacts to benthos Melissa Baustian, Nancy Rabalais 10:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Using Object-Based Classification and Machine Learning to Automate the Chesapeake Bay Annual SAV Aerial Survey David Wilcox, Lien Pham, Robert Orth 10:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts The recent spread of the non-indigenous species, Hermundura americana (Polychaete:Pilargidae) throughout the Chesapeake Bay, USA Daniel Dauer, Anthony Rodi, Roberto Llanso 10:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Compounding atmospheric events impacting shelf heat content: Implications for Hurricane Michael Brian Dzwonkowski, Jeff Coogan, Grant Lockridge, Kyeong Park 11:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Panel Discussion   11:00 AM 201B  
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III An ode to phylogenetics in disturbance ecology Erin Kiskaddon, Kelly Dorgan, Sarah Berke 11:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Effectiveness and viability of an assimilation wetland in southern Louisiana Skyler Flaska, James Nelson, Taylor Sloey 11:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Engineering tidal creeks through biomimicry Kevin Hanegan, Meg Goecker, Nick Cox, Chris Williams, Mary Kate Brown 11:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Potential impacts of microplastic ingestion on the gut microbiomes of Sargassum-associated juvenile fishes Olivia Lestrade, Valeria Nunez, Robert Griffitt, Frank Hernandez 11:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Variation in dissolved organic matter, trace metals, and acidification parameters in the western Mississippi Sound M. S. Sankar, Padmanava Dash, Yuehan Lu, Andrew Mercer, Zikri Arslan, Scott Sanders, Sudeera Wickramarathna, Rusch Ragland, Shuo Chen, Robert Moorhead 11:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Effects of hypoxia on spatial dynamics of penaeid shrimp in the northern Gulf of Mexico Dongwha Sohn, Kevin Craig, Daniel Obenour, Venkata Rohith Reddy Matli 11:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Quantitative remote sensing of seagrass distribution and density using high spatial resolution multispectral imagery Victoria Hill, Richard Zimmerman, Blake Schaeffer, Megan Coffer, Jiang Li, Kazi Islam, Daniel Perez 11:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Managing the invasive capacity of Baccharis halimifolia in estuarine areas of the European Natura2000 network Jose Juanes, Maria Recio, Beatriz Echavarri, Felipe Calleja, Cristina Galvan, Barbara Ondiviela, Araceli Puente 11:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Simulating compound flooding during a hurricane using a creek-to-ocean baroclinic model Fei Ye, Joseph Zhang, Saeed Moghimi, Zizang Yang, Edward Myers 11:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Impacts of infauna on geoacoustic properties of marine sediments Kevin Lee, Megan Ballard, Andrew McNeese, Kelly Dorgan, Gabriel Venegas, Preston Wilson 11:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems The carbon balance in a restored marsh at Poplar Island, MD in upper Chesapeake Bay Lorie Staver, Court Stevenson, Jeffrey Cornwell, Nick Nidzieko, Michael Owens 11:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Lunch   11:15 AM 204B  
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Multiple negative impacts of polyethylene terephthalate plastic (PET) exposure on juvenile eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) Laura Eierman 11:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum A diel study of fluorescent DOM in Florida Bay seagrasses overlaying carbonate sediments Mary Zeller, Bryce Van Dam, Christian Lopes, John Kominoski 11:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Interactions between hypoxia and the northern Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery Kevin Craig, Dongwha Sohn, Rick Hart, Daniel Obenour, Venkata Rohith Reddy Matli, Kenneth Rose 11:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Semi-Automated Mapping of Seagrass Distribution of Tampa Bay Aaron Brown, Nathaniel Morton, James McDermott, Andrew Brenner, Bryan Deslauriers 11:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts The butterfly effect: ecological impacts of a non-indigenous invasion John Riggins, Adam Chupp, John Formby, Natalie Dearing, Hannah Bares, Richard Brown, Kelly Oten 11:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Lunch   11:30 AM 201C  
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Lunch   11:30 AM 203A  
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Lunch   11:30 AM 201D  
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Lunch   11:30 AM 202B  
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Linking infauna to sediment oxygen demand Kelly Dorgan, Sarah Berke, Erin Kiskaddon, Kara Gadeken, Susan Bell 1:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Using hydrological-biogeochemical linkages to elucidate coastal wetland carbon dynamics today and tomorrow Julia Guimond, Xuan Yu, Xiaolong Geng, Holly Michael 1:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Next Generation Coastal Sturctures: Ecology, Economics and Aesthetics Kathleen Sealey 1:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Hypoxic volume in the northern Gulf of Mexico is ecologically more relevant than hypoxic area Dubravko Justic, Donald Scavia, Daniel Obenour, Kevin Craig, Lixia Wang 1:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world My four decade friendship with Susan Williams: I heard it through the grapevine William Dennison 1:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Applying eDNA Methods for Assessment and Management of Estuarine Systems in the NERRS Alison Watts, Bree Yednock, Jason Goldstein, Christopher Peter, W Thomas 1:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Developing a framework for assessing environmental flows in estuaries Eric Stein, Eleanor Gee 1:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Multi-optode imaging supports potential biogeochemically mediated mutualism between a temperate seagrass and a chemosymbiotic bivalve Diana Chin, Qingzhi Zhu, Nils Volkenborn, Molly Graffam, Robert Aller, Bradley Peterson 1:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Fishers' perceptions of ciguatoxic fish poisoning and modelling bioaccumulation of ciguatoxin in Puerto Rico reefs. Henry Raab, Joseph Luczkovich, Cindy Grace-McCaskey, Miguel Del Pozo, David Griffith 1:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Nine years after Deepwater Horizon, what have we learned about nearshore fishes? Charles Martin, Kenneth Able, Robert Christian, Joel Fodrie, Olaf Jensen, Kristy Lewis, Paola Lopez-Duarte, Ashley McDonald, Kiva Oken, Jill Olin, Brian Roberts, John Valentine 1:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Distribution of terrestrial organic material in nearshore marine ecosystems due to debris flow emergency response Heili Lowman, John Melack, Matthieu Moingt, Andrew Zimmerman 1:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Mapping tidal wetland CO2 surface-atmosphere exchange with environmental response functions Inke Forbrich, Ke Xu, Stefan Metzger 1:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Nontraditional shoreline protection demonstrations along a central coast of Louisiana bay Thomas McGinnis, Margaret Luent 1:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Predicting fish population responses to hypoxia using 3-D coupled biophysical models Kenneth Rose, Dubravko Justic, Haosheng Huang, Kevin Craig, Klaus Huebert, Elizabeth LaBone, Ehab Meselhe, Jia Yang, Hoonshin Jung, Z. George Xue, Hanqin Tian 1:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Hidden biodiversity: Genetic variation in eelgrass and its community consequences from local to global scales. John Stachowicz, J. Emmett Duffy, Zostera Experimental Network 1:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Applying DNA Metabarcoding to Periphyton Biomonitoring: Lessons Learned from Mesocosm, Watershed, and National Scale Research Erik Pilgrim, Nate Smucker, Chris Nietch, Brent Johnson, John Darling 1:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Key principles for determining environmental flow requirements in closed estuaries Janine Adams, Lara Van Niekerk 1:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Assessing nitrogen transfer in a south Texas black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) forest Ashley Murphy, Carlos Cintra-Buenrostro, Alejandro Fierro-Cabo 1:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Contrasting nutrient management implications from statistical and process-based estuary phytoplankton models Alexey Katin, Daniel Obenour, Dario Del Giudice 1:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Resilience or vulnerability of Gulf fisheries economies following Deepwater Horizon? Savannah Swinea, Joel Fodrie 1:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Determining the fate of anthropogenic nitrogen in saltmarshes using a large-scale 15N isotope tracer experiment Hillary Sullivan, Linda Deegan, Anne Giblin, Jennifer Bowen 1:30 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Air-water CO2 exchange over a subtropical seagrass meadow Bryce Van Dam, Christian Lopes, James Fourqurean 1:30 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Designing shellfish-based living shorelines for water quality enhancement Sarah Bouboulis, Joshua Moody, Irina Beal, Matthew Gentry, Danielle Kreeger 1:30 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Effects of tides on hypoxia and fish avoidance movement in the Gulf of Mexico Elizabeth LaBone, Dubravko Justic, Kenneth Rose, Lixia Wang, Haosheng Huang 1:30 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Environmental rather than host plant differences drive local scale variation in the eelgrass microbiome Melissa Kardish, John Stachowicz 1:30 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Investigation of intertidal metazoan biodiversity within previously oiled sheared and intact coastal margins Patrick Rayle 1:30 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Focused flows to protect natural nurseries Paul Montagna, Hannah Ehrmann, Elaine Kurr 1:30 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Soil nutrients modify mangrove architecture and shifts, driven by global change, from saltmarsh to mangrove. Donna Devlin, C. Edward Proffitt, Ilka Feller 1:30 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science A potential reservoir for the brown tide organism, Aureoumbra lagunensis, in a South Texas estuary. Kenneth Hayes, Michael Wetz, Emily Cira, Hongjie Wang 1:30 PM 201A Traditional Oral
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Salt marsh primary production and greenhouse gas fluxes along an experimental oil-exposure gradient Charles Schutte, Ryann Rossi, Scott Jones, Brian Roberts 1:30 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Invertebrate-bacteria associations as hotspots for benthic nitrogen cycling in estuarine muddy habitats Mindaugas Zilius, Stefano Bonaglia, Ulisse Cardini, Aurelija Samuiloviene, Anastasija Zaiko, Jolita Petkuviene, Irma Vybernaite-Lubiene, Ugo Marzocchi, Marco Bartoli, Tobia Politi 1:45 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems How much of the seagrass wrack contributes to global greenhouse gas emissions? Songlin Liu, Stacey Trevathan-Tackett, Carolyn Ewers Lewis, Zhijian Jiang, Xiaoping Huang, Peter Macreadie 1:45 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Maximizing living shoreline designs for runoff pollution filtration: lessons learned from multi-year projects Just Cebrian, Nigel Temple, Julia Cherry, Daniel Firth, Andrew Lucore, Sara Martin, George Ramseur, Eric Sparks 1:45 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Through the Heads of Fishes: Consequences of Baltic Sea Hypoxia Exposure Revealed by Otolith Chemistry Karin Limburg, Melvin Samson, Michele Casini 1:45 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world The effect of warming on wasting disease intensity depends on seagrass genotypic identity and diversity Forest Schenck, Katherine DuBois, Melissa Kardish, John Stachowicz, Randall Hughes 1:45 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Choose your weapon: comparing the identification of benthic infauna via eDNA, single-specimen barcodes, and morphology David Gillett, Stephen Weisberg, Michael O'Mahoney, Christopher Meyer 1:45 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Predictable to flashy: compounding impacts of discharge conveyance in a deltaic-estuarine environment, Mobile Bay, Alabama Steven Dykstra, Brian Dzwonkowski 1:45 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Nutrient and Sediment Enrichment Effect on Nutrient Cycling and Plant Species Composition in Coastal Marshes Tracy Quirk, Donnie Day 1:45 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Understanding environmental controls on Margalefidinium polykrikoides blooms in the lower Chesapeake Bay Linnea Davis, Eileen Hofmann, John Klinck, Margaret Mulholland, Eduardo Perez Vega, Michael Echevarria, Katherine Filippino 1:45 PM 201A Traditional Oral
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Bacterial Responses to Different Crude Oils Under Varying Solar Exposure Erika Neat-Headrick, Lisa Nigro, Melissa Ederington-Hagy, Arianna Simmering, Wade Jeffrey 1:45 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Oiling impacts on salt marsh nitrogen cycling rates: insights from a large-scale marsh mesocosm experiment Brian Roberts, Chalres Schutte, Ryann Rossi, Anne Bernhard, Anne Giblin 2:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Drivers of air-sea flux in a karst subtropical seagrass ecosystem. Christian Lopes, Bryce Van Dam, James Fourqurean 2:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Effects of oyster reef design on sediment and hydrodynamic characteristics on a landward mudflat Frank Marshall, Lynn Leonard, Sam Bradtke, Eman Ghoneim 2:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Mixed effects of sublethal hypoxia exposure on fish growth and food web displacement Benjamin Walther, Matthew Altenritter, Tyler Steube 2:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Linking adult and seed diversity across the depth gradient in the seagrass Zostera marina Cynthia Hays, Torrance Hanley, Forest Schenck, Randall Hughes 2:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Sulfate reducer communities in assessing Chenier Plain saltmarsh health: subsiding versus dredge material elevated sites. Emily Smith, Matthew Hoch 2:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Are small volumes of freshwater inflow sufficient to effect water and sediment quality in estuaries? Hannah Ehrmann, Cheyanne Olson, Paul Montagna, Terry Palmer, Evan Turner 2:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Belowground productivity responses to nutrient-enrichment and sediment deposition: predicting effects of mississippi river sediment diversions Gina Groseclose, Tracy Quirk 2:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Climate- induced interannual variability and long-term change in several common HABs of Chesapeake Bay Patricia Glibert, Ming Li, Fan Zhang, Wenfei Ni, Chih-Hsien Lin 2:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Panel Discussion: M. Baustian (LACOE), K. Darnell (MBRACE), J. Henkel (RESTORE Council), J. Lartigue (Science Program), C. Wilson (GoMRI), K. Wowk (TXOneGulf)   2:00 PM 201C  
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Factors controlling nitrogen removal and retention in marine sediments Rachel Presley, Anne Giblin, Christopher Algar, Sean O'Neill, Jeremy Rich 2:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Vertical and lateral exchange of carbon, nitrogen, and sediment in tidal marshes of contrasting elevation Nathaniel Weston, Inke Forbrich, Mary Zawatski, Lori Sutter, Brian Donnelly, Mikala Jordan 2:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Design and Construction of the Little Beaver Island Shoreline and Coastal Wetland Habitat Improvement Project Ryan Davis, Mark Bogdan 2:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Spatial behaviors of migratory fish in response to seasonal hypoxia as revealed by acoustic telemetry Richard Kraus, Mark Rowe, Matt Faust, Christopher Vandergoot 2:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Local adaptation of eelgrass linked to temperature and shading stress within a northern California estuary Katherine DuBois, Susan Williams, Kenzie Pollard, Nicole Kollars, John Stachowicz 2:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Environmental DNA reveals 2000-year history of coastal plant communities in a temperate wetland Nicole Foster, Bronwyn Gillanders, Alice Jones, Jennifer Young, Kor-jent Van Dijk, Edward Biffin, Paul Lavery, Oscar Serrano Gras, Anna Lafratta, Michelle Waycott 2:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries How important are freshwater flows to the ecology of estuaries in New Zealand? Eleanor Gee 2:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Higher root biomass under elevated CO2 increases aerobic microbial processes in a coastal wetland Genevieve Noyce, Patrick Megonigal 2:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Mixotrophic Response of Prymnesium parvum to N and P-Limitation Aaron Cristan, Sean O'mara, I-Shuo Huang, Paul Zimba 2:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Break   2:30 PM 203A  
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Break   2:30 PM 201D  
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Break   2:30 PM 204B  
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Break   2:30 PM 202B  
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Break   2:30 PM 204A  
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Break   2:30 PM 203B  
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Break   2:30 PM 202A  
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Break   2:30 PM 201B  
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Break   2:30 PM 201A  
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III The Twelvemile Island Shipwreck Graveyard James Delgado, Stacye Hathorn 3:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Fluxes of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in coastal systems during precipitation events Shannon Davis, Robert Chen 3:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Evaluating living shorelines to inform regulatory decision-making in South Carolina, USA. Andrew Tweel, Peter Kingsley-Smith, Denise Sanger, Sharleen Johnson, Blaik Keppler, Michael Hodges, Nancy Hadley, Benjamin Stone, Gary Sundin, Erik Smith 3:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Can we compare hypoxia impacts on coastal zooplankton across ecosystems and species? Michael Roman, James Pierson 3:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Changing the tide toward rebuilding seagrass habitats Carlos M. Duarte 3:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Developing eDNA tools to map and monitor shifts in salt marsh mosquito populations Richard Lathrop, Dina Fonseca, Ashley Goncalves, Rachael Sacatelli 3:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries An adaptive management process to determine the freshwater inflow requirements of the Mission-Aransas Estuary Edward Buskey, Lindsay Scheef 3:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Soil microbe-mediated interactions between native and invasive macrophytes Paul Gribben, Fabio Bulleri, Torsten Thomas, Ezequiel Marzinelli 3:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Roles of mixotrophy and physical processes in Cochlodinium polykrikoides bloom initiation in the Lafayette River Qubin Qin, Jian Shen 3:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone PFASs in estuaries: The influence of biology and ecology on contaminant bioaccumulation in estuarine species Matthew Taylor, Sandra Nilsson, Jennifer Bräunig, Karl Bowles, Jochen Mueller 3:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Microbial biofilm recruitment near built structures on the seafloor in the Gulf of Mexico Rachel Mugge, Rachel Pugh, Anirban Ray, Leila Hamdan 3:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Accounting for Carbon Fluxes Caused by Pulsing Disturbances in Mangrove Wetlands Carbon Budgets (Everglades, USA) Xiaochen Zhao, Victor Rivera-Monroy, Edward Castañeda-Moya, Rafael Travieso, Evelyn Gaiser, Luis Farfán 3:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Transforming bulkheads and eroding sedimentary shorelines into healthy living shorelines Jamie Amato, Just Cebrian, Eric Sparks, Joshua Goff 3:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Vertical migrations of fish larvae and mesozooplankton in relation to hypoxia in the Mississippi Bight Adam Greer, Valerie Cruz, Luciano Chiaverano, Mustafa Cambazoglu, Kelia Axler, Christian Briseño-Avena, Robert Cowen, Frank Hernandez 3:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Unprecedented long-term restoration of seagrass habitat has led to rapid recovery of multiple ecosystem services Robert Orth, Jonathan Lefcheck, Karen McGlathery, Lillian Aoki, Mark Luckenbach, Bo Lusk, Kenneth Moore, Matthew Oreska, Richard Snyder, David Wilcox 3:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Incorporating eDNA data into monitoring, assessment, and management of anadromous river herring Matthew Ogburn, Louis Plough, Charles Bangley 3:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Salinity and inflow targets in the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee estuaries to support Everglades restoration Gretchen Ehlinger, Phyllis Klarmann, Patricia Gorman 3:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Effects of soil microbial amendments on Gulf Coast dune restorations Kerri Crawford, Michelle Busch, Hannah Locke, Noah Luecke 3:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Phytoplankton responses to adaptive management interventions in a eutrophic urban estuary Daniel Lemley, Janine Adams, Gavin Rishworth, Candice Bouland 3:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Localized Anthropogenic Effects on the Marine Environment at Palmer Station, Antarctica Terry Palmer, Steve Sweet, Andrew Klein, Larry Hyde, Paul Montagna, Jose Sericano, Terry Wade 3:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Exploring the Environmental Role of Microbial Life “On Board” Pappy's Lane Shipwreck Erin Field, Kyra Price, Cody Garrison, Nathan Richards 3:30 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Salt Marsh Net Ecosystem Carbon Balance: Comprehensive Measurements of the Lateral Flux Kevin Kroeger, Meagan Gonneea, Zhaohui Aleck Wang, Neil Ganju, John Pohlman, Omar Abdul Aziz, Jianwu Tang, Amanda Spivak, Serena Moseman-Valtierra 3:30 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Resilience in action: Connecting engineers, nature, and communities Danielle Boudreau, Brian Leslie, Michael Barnett 3:30 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Transgenerational and carryover effects of hypoxia and warming on eastern oyster performance Sarah Donelan, Denise Breitburg, Matthew Ogburn 3:30 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Performance of seagrass restoration: new information revealed from projects missing from the primary literature Susan Bell, Ryan Rezek, Margaret Hall, Bradley Furman, Robin Jung 3:30 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Detecting diadromous fish with eDNA: A comparison between ddPCR and metabarcoding Jessica Haskins, Devin Thomas, W Thomas, Alison Watts, Bree Yednock 3:30 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Complex public policies and estuarine through-flow: the case of the San Francisco Bay-Delta John Callaway, Michael Chotkowski, James Cloern 3:30 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Carbon and plant-soil interactions across the coastal seascape Erik Yando, Jahson Alemu, Natasha Bhatia, Dan Friess 3:30 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science 1 HAB, 3 Estuaries: Insights from long-term fisheries-independent monitoring along Florida’s Gulf coast Meagan Schrandt, Ryan Jones, Eric Weather, Janelle Johnson, Timothy MacDonald 3:30 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Detecting oil exposure using trace metal signatures in Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) shells Kimberly Peter, Ruth Carmichael 3:30 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Assessment of Recovery Of Mangrove Habitats Using Multiple Tracers: Stable Isotopes And Benthic Community Analysis Amanda Demopoulos, Jill Bourque, Nicole Cormier, Jennifer McClain-Counts, Ken Krauss 3:45 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Lateral alkalinity and carbon export from mangroves in the Everglades National Park, Florida Gloria Reithmaier, Scott Jonston, David Ho, Damien Maher 3:45 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Connecting living shorelines and nature-based infrastructure with the National Flood Insurance Program’s Community Rating System Niki Pace, Christine Shepard 3:45 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Quantifying the relationship among dissolved oxygen, algal blooms, and fish kills in coastal Florida Dakota Lewis, Geoffrey Cook 3:45 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrass restoration potential through development of a bio-optical model Kaitlyn O'Toole, Bradley Peterson 3:45 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Augmenting Biological Monitoring with eDNA Metabarcoding Methods Devin Thomas, Alison Watts, W Thomas, Christopher Peter, Jason Goldstein, Yoshimi Rii, Shon Schooler, Jason Garwood, Sarah Fernald 3:45 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Validating and refining freshwater inflow standards for Texas estuaries through adaptive management Caimee Schoenbaechler, Evan Turner 3:45 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Plant communities exert important control over microbial communities and their ecosystem function in salt marshes Jennifer Bowen, Ashley Bulseco, John Angell 3:45 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Are human-managed freshwater discharges fueling Florida’s red tides? Natalie Nelson, Edward Phlips, Eric Milbrandt 3:45 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Emerging contaminants in our coastal waters: a national Mussel Watch assessment Dennis Apeti, Mary Rider 3:45 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Effects of removed carbonic anhydrase activity on biomass and production of estuarine benthic microalgal communities Eilea Knotts, James Pinckney 4:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Coastal primary productivity: Apportioning benthic, water column, and atmosphere exchange importance with in-situ fluxes Matthew Long, David Burdige, Daniel McCorkle, Jennie Rheuban, Richard Zimmerman 4:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Shorelines Protection Decisions: Factors Influencing the Future of Virginia’s Tidal Wetlands Michelle Covi, Wie Yusuf 4:00 PM 204B Lightning
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Improved assessment of Chesapeake Bay dissolved oxygen criteria violations using a benthic community health index Jennifer Keisman, Richard Tian, Elgin Perry, Gary Shenk, Richard Batiuk 4:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Subsequent shift in seagrass species composition through seagrass recovery in the northern European Wadden Sea Tobias Dolch, Christian Buschbaum, Karsten Reise 4:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs Setting reference conditions for M-gAMBI calculation, a benthic DNA-based index Angel Borja, Anders Lanzén, Naiara Rodriguez-Ezpeleta, Iñigo Muxika 4:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Developing methods for testing the effects of altered freshwater inflow on Crassostrea virginica (Eastern Oyster) Evan Turner, Norman Johns, Paul Montagna, Caimee Schoenbaechler, Joe Trungale 4:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Salt marsh response to sea-level rise: Plant-microbial relationships, plant genotypic variation, and microbial community structure Gregory Zogg, Steven Travis 4:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Building consensus on Florida's harmful algal blooms Lisa Krimsky, Betty Staugler 4:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Combining trace elements and stable isotopes to detect human wastewater Anika knight, Jessica Kinsella, Ruth Carmichael 4:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned USACE framework for planning natural infrastructure: San Francisco Bay and Barnegat Bay-Little Egg Harbor estuaries Brandon Boyd, Candice Piercy, Matthew Bates, Mary Bryant, Monica Chasten, James Morris 4:08 PM 204B Lightning
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Importance of microphytobenthos-meiofauna pathway in intertidal habitats highlighted by trophic markers and food web modeling Luuk van der Heijden, Ragnhild Asmus, Martin Graeve, Jadwiga Rzeznik-Orignac, Nathalie Niquil, Matilda Haraldsson, Blanche Saint-Béat, Stephen Pacella, Denis Fichet, Gaël Guillou, Harald Asmus, Benoit Lebreton 4:15 PM 203A Lightning
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Interannual and seasonal variations in terrestrial carbon export from North American land to oceans: 1980-2015 Hanqin Tian, Bowen Zhang, Susan Pan, Rongting Xu, Steven Lohrenz, Raymond Najjar, Marjorie Friedrichs, Wei-Jun Cai, Ruoying He, Eileen Hofmann, Charles Hopkinson, Chaoqun Lu 4:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Florida's living shorelines training course for marine contractors Fara Ilami, Jessy Wayles 4:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Deoxygenation over coral reefs triggers coral bleaching and microbial community shift Andrew Altieri, Maggie Johnson, Matthieu Leray, Noelle Lucey, Lucia Rodriguez, Jarrod Scott, William Wied 4:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Resilience of seagrass beds after the catastrophic tsunami varies among sites and component species Masahiro Nakaoka, Hitoshi Tamaki, Daisuke Muraoka, Daisuke Shimizu, Norio Tanaka 4:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Incorporating molecular ecology tools into coastal and estuarine monitoring programs The impact of bioinformatic pipeline on algal bioassessment results Susanna Theroux, Joshua Steele, John Griffith, Eric Stein 4:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing environmental flows assessment for estuaries Temporal variability in phytoplankton community composition in three Texas estuaries with different freshwater inflow regimes Tiffany Chin, Michael Wetz 4:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Plant-soil interactions in salt marshes: Effects of fungal presence/identity on Spartina production and physiology Torrance Hanley, Catherine Gehring, Christina Richards, Randall Hughes 4:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Changes in phytoplankton biomass and composition in coastal Maryland due to eutrophication and temperature increase Olivia Saliger, Judith O'Neil, Morgan Ross 4:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III How to outrun your parasites, the LP David Johnson, Jeff Shields, Richard Heard 4:23 PM 203A Lightning

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Wednesday, 6 November
Conference Schedule

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Poster Sessions

Session Title Presentation Title Authors & Presenter Time of Presentation Room Assignment Presentation Format
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Quantification and valuation of subwatershed scale nitrogen removal by commercial shellfish in Greenwich Bay, CT Anthony Dvarskas, Suzanne Bricker, Gary Wikfors, John Bohorquez, Mark Dixon, Julie Rose 8:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Detecting surf zone fish diversity using environmental DNA and other non-destructive methods Nicholas Schooler, Zack Gold, Jenifer Dugan, Robert Miller, Henry Page, Donna Schroeder, Kyle Emery, Jessica Madden 8:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Pathway of the suspended sediment from the Mackenzie River to the Mackenzie Shelf Yongsheng Wu 8:00 AM 203B Lightning
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Multi-model assessment of climate and emission projections on atmospheric nitrogen loading to the Chesapeake Bay Chris Nolte, Patrick Campbell, Jesse Bash, Tanya Spero 8:00 AM 203A Lightning
Wind energy: effects on ecological function Ecosystem framework applied to site characterizations at offshore wind farms Marisa Guarinello, Drew Carey 8:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Interdisciplinary science and engineering for understanding disasters along coastlines Impacts of hurricane events on form and function of a Connecticut salt marsh Katherine Castagno, Jeffrey Donnelly, Kelly McKeon 8:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Interannual variability of the Chesapeake Bay carbonate system Fei Da, Marjorie Friedrichs, Pierre St. Laurent, Elizabeth Shadwick, Raymond Najjar 8:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Bacterioplankton, phytoplankton, and microphytobenthose community dynamics in a shallow well-mixed estuary experiencing hydrologic modifications Matthew Hoch 8:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Regional genetic diversity in Spartina and Juncus with implications for future salt marsh restoration Patrick Biber, Brian Baldwin, Mark Welch 8:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Multiple stressors from extreme events drive ecosystem-wide loss of resilience in an iconic seagrass community Gary Kendrick, Robert Nowicki, Simone Strydom, Matthew Fraser, Elizabeth Sinclair, John Statton, Jordan Thomson, Kathryn McMahon, Kieryn Kilminster, James Fourqurean, Michael Heithaus, Robert Orth 8:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Novel determinations of three zones in the two contrasting river estuarine systems using DIN-Salinity gradient Jongsun Kim 8:08 AM 203B Lightning
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in nitrogen speciation in the Chesapeake Bay watershed Isabella Bertani, Gopal Bhatt, Gary Shenk, Lewis Linker, Daniel Kaufman, Richard Tian, Cuiyin Wu 8:08 AM 203A Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Oyster Denitrification as a Best Management Practice for Nitrogen Removal Jeffrey Cornwell, Michael Owens, Melanie Jackson, Julie Reichert-Nguyen, M. Lisa Kellogg 8:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Inferring Seaside Sparrow (Ammospiza maritima) dietary response to large-scale disturbances through metabarcoding Allison Snider, Andrea Bonisoli Alquati, Stefan Woltmann, Philip Stouffer, Sabrina Taylor 8:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Historical changes to freshwater transport pathways along the Oregon/Washington coast Joseph Jurisa, Aqeel Al-Bahadily, Stefan Talke, David Jay 8:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Water quality impacts of land use and climate change in Chesapeake Bay TMDL Mid-Point Assessment Gopal Bhatt, Lewis Linker, Jessica Rigelman, Daniel Kaufman, Isabella Bertani, Peter Claggett, Gary Shenk, Kyle Hinson 8:15 AM 203A Lightning
Wind energy: effects on ecological function Examining potential impacts of America’s first offshore wind farm on fish and invertebrates Dara Wilber, Drew Carey, Matthew Griffin, Andy Lipsky 8:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Interdisciplinary science and engineering for understanding disasters along coastlines Evaluation of the Resilience of Shoreline Protection Methods to Hurricane Florence Devon Eulie, Rachel Gittman, Huili Hao, Mariko Polk, Steven Scyphers, Carter Smith, Emory Wellman 8:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Regionally dependent acidification in a large eutrophic estuary: insights from a 30-year modelling study Chunqi Shen, Jeremy Testa 8:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Phytoplankton Dynamics in Central Puget Sound: A Close Look at Inter-annual Variation Using FlowCAM Imaging. Gabriela Hannach, Lyndsey Swanson 8:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology The effects of black mangrove fertilization and role of nutrients in propagule establishment and survival Sophia Hoffman, Donna Devlin, C. Edward Proffitt 8:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrass resilience to a marine heatwave Karen McGlathery, Lillian Aoki, Matthew Oreska, Amelie Berger, Peter Berg, Patricia Wiberg, Max Castorani 8:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Assessment of Chesapeake Bay water quality under future climate conditions Richard Tian, Lewis Linker, Gary Shenk, Gopal Bhatt, Daniel Kaufman, Isabella Bertani, Cuiyin Wu 8:23 AM 203A Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Comparison of nutrient content between diploid and triploid Crassostrea virginica from two farm sites. Matthew Poach, Julie Reichert-Nguyen, Julie Rose, M. Lisa Kellogg, Mark Luckenbach, Shannon Meseck 8:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Exploring microbial food web connectivity using thermodynamics, stable isotope probing, and genomics Ashley Bulseco, Julie Huber, Joseph Vallino 8:30 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Are the shallow lagoon systems well mixed? Xinyi Kang, Meng Xia 8:30 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Assessing future climate risk to Chesapeake Bay water quality standards Lewis Linker, Gopal Bhatt, Richard Tian, Carl Cerco, Gary Shenk 8:30 AM 203A Lightning
Wind energy: effects on ecological function Assessment of ecological value of benthic habitats in offshore wind energy areas Roberto Llanso, Daniel Dauer, Rochelle Seitz, Michael Lane 8:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Interdisciplinary science and engineering for understanding disasters along coastlines Mental models for assessing social-ecological systems following disasters Kelsi Furman, Steven Gray, Steven Scyphers 8:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Modelling carapace dissolution and growth under present-day low pH gradients in larval Dungeness crab Nina Bednarsek, Richard Feely, Simone Alin, Samantha Siedlecki, Marcus Beck, Piero Calosi, Greg Pelletier, Casey Saenger, John Spicer 8:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Phytoplankton community dynamics in an urbanized South Texas Estuary (Corpus Christi Bay) Sarah Tominack, Kenneth Hayes, Michael Wetz 8:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Predicting plant succession in coastal tidal marshes Madeline Gill 8:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Tropicalization of mid-western Atlantic coastal bays by pinfish: a combined ecological and oceanographic perspective Jonathan Lefcheck, F Fodrie, Donglai Gong, Marta Faulkner, Robert Orth 8:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Multi-models to study alternate stable states in Florida Bay: a synthesis of models Christopher Madden, Amanda McDonald, Theresa Strazisar, Yini Shangguan, Rene Price, Marguerite Koch 8:38 AM 203A Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Minimal effects of oyster aquaculture on local water quality: examples from southern Chesapeake Bay Jessica Turner, M. Lisa Kellogg, Grace Massey, Carl Friedrichs 8:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology A new niche for isotope ecology: Combining MixSIAR and hypervolume metrics to understand resource use James Nelson, Justin Lesser, W. Ryan James 8:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Lateral Mixing Induced by Filaments and Eddies on a Mid-Latitude Shelf Subject to Buoyancy Loss Steven Morey 8:45 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Water Quality in Chesapeake Bay: Model Validation and Assessment Xun Cai, Jian Shen, Joseph Zhang 8:45 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Wind energy: effects on ecological function Before After Gradient Designs to evaluate coastal wind farm impacts to migratory and sedentary fishes David Secor, Ella Rothermel, Michael O'Brien, Caroline Wiernicki 8:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Interdisciplinary science and engineering for understanding disasters along coastlines Parcel-Scale Effects of Mangroves on Wave Transformation and Force Reduction in the Built Environment Tori Tomiczek, Anna Wargula, Marie Jendrysik, Kiera O'Donnell, Kelsi Furman, Steven Scyphers 8:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Assessing the life stage specific vulnerability of the Dungeness crab to climate change stressors Halle Berger, Samantha Siedlecki, Catherine Matassa, Simone Alin, Isaac Kaplan, Emma Hodgson, Darren Pilcher, Jan Newton 8:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Model Simulated Phytoplankton Dynamics in the Changjiang Estuary: Interannual Variability under Shifting River Impact Jianzhong Ge, Richard Bellerby, Ricardo Torres, Pingxing Ding 8:45 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology What doesn't kill you makes you more susceptible to herbivory Serina Wittyngham, David Johnson 8:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Collapsing benthic ecosystems in Southwest Florida James Douglass 8:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Oyster aquaculture as a method of nitrogen bio-extraction in the Florida Panhandle Mario Marquez, Charles Jagoe, Suzanne Bricker 9:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Habitat use and connectivity of native and nonnative gobies in a fragmented California wetland Chloe Van Grootheest, Christine Whitcraft 9:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Effects of local and remote wind on residence time and its relationship with estuarine-shelf exchange Jilian Xiong, Jian Shen, Jiabi Du, Yu Chen 9:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Identifying cost-effective water quality management strategies in the Chesapeake Bay watershed Daniel Kaufman, Gopal Bhatt, Olivia Devereux, Jessica Rigelman, J. Hugh Ellis, Benjamin Hobbs, Kevin Asplen, William Ball, Lewis Linker 9:00 AM 203A Lightning
Wind energy: effects on ecological function Seasonal incidence of Atlantic Sturgeon and Striped Bass in the Maryland Wind Energy Area Ella Rothermel, Michael O'Brien, Dewayne Fox, Ben Gahagan, Ian Park, Matthew Balazik, David Secor 9:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Interdisciplinary science and engineering for understanding disasters along coastlines Impacts of Hurricane Irma on people and the built environment in the Florida Keys: Kiera O'Donnell, Steven Scyphers, Victoria Tomiczek, Sharon Harlon 9:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Monitoring Climate and Condition of Naturalized Pacific Oysters in a US West Coast Estuary Brett Dumbauld, Jennifer Ruesink, Zachary Forster, Natsuki Hasegawa, Alan Trimble 9:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Investigating phytoplankton community trends off Cape Canaveral, FL—Different Diatoms for a Different Season Ben Stelling, Edward Phlips, Susan Badylak, Leslie Landauer, Debra Murie, Macy Tate, Anne West-Valle, Mami Hamazaki 9:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Coastal squeeze on oysters: shifting estuarine salinity, water quality, and reef communities Joel Fodrie, Maxwell Tice-Lewis, Stacy Zhang, Gray Redding, Quentin Walker, Antonio Rodriguez, Niels Lindquist 9:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Widespread recovery of seagrass meadows in Southwest Florida: The influence of management actions and climate David Tomasko, Mark Alderson, Jennifer Hecker, Nicole Adevaia, Jay Leverone, Gary Raulerson, Edward Sherwood 9:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Propagating model uncertainty through linked models James Fitzpatrick, Dominic DiToro 9:08 AM 203A Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Importance of Oyster Reef Design and Setting in Restoration Success in Mobile Bay Merritt McCall, Sean Powers 9:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Tracking foraging behavior using consumer-specific energetic landscapes W. Ryan James, Brock Geary, Jennifer Doerr, Jordan Karubian, Paul Leberg, James Nelson 9:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Maureparticle revisited - a simple particle tracking model for coastal and estuarine mixing Nathan Dill 9:15 AM 203B Lightning
Responsive, relevant, ready: new directions in coastal science and modeling Increasing the Value of Mechanistic Watershed Models Through Emulation and Machine Learning Christopher Duffy 9:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Wind energy: effects on ecological function Regional research priorities for offshore wind in Massachusetts Kathryn Ford, Catherine O'Keefe 9:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Interdisciplinary science and engineering for understanding disasters along coastlines Coastal Resilience: Science, planning, and interagency collaboration Deborah Scerno, Pamela Castens, Jacqueline Keiser 9:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Modeling the effects of multiple climate change stressors on winter flounder population dynamics Klaus Huebert, Kenneth Rose, R Christopher Chambers 9:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Have anthropogenic factors hastened diatom nutrient starvation in the Mississippi River Plume? Jeffrey Krause 9:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Response of native flora and fauna in coastal wetlands to Mississippi River diversions Akintoye Ruth, Linda Hooper-Bui, Charles Martin 9:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Status of Florida Bay seagrass communities following the recurrence of turtlegrass die-off Margaret Hall, Bradley Furman, Michael Durako 9:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Mixing and transport in estuaries and coastal waters Impacts of local and remote wind forcing on surge level in a small lagoon system Meng Xia, Xinyi Kang 9:23 AM 203B Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Break   9:30 AM 201A  
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Break   9:30 AM 202B  
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Break   9:30 AM 202A  
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Break   9:30 AM 201B  
Population/community ecology Break   9:30 AM 201D  
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Break   9:30 AM 204A  
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Integrating and applying three-dimensional models to simulate oyster ecosystem services Rasika Gawde, Elizabeth North, Raleigh Hood, Michael Wilberg, Wen Long, Hao Wang 10:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Trophic structure and mercury biomagnification in a coastal Tanzanian seagrass fish community Mario Hernandez, Rebecka Brasso, Stephen Midway, Michael Polito 10:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Concentrations of anthropogenic carbon along the west coast of North America Richard Feely, Brendan Carter, Nina Bednarsek, Wei-Jun Cai, Simone Alin, Dana Greeley 10:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Why large cells dominate estuarine phytoplankton Erica Nejad, Tara Schraga, James Cloern 10:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Does nekton enhancement vary consistently across microhabitats on restored oyster reefs? Theresa Davenport, Jonathan Grabowski, Randall Hughes 10:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrass gap dynamics for the Lower Laguna Madre, Texas Hudson DeYoe, Warren Pulich, Jr., Nicole Laas, John Garcia 10:00 AM 204A Lightning
Ecosystem-based management: Challenges and opportunities for regional implementation Emerging research needs for regional ecosystem-based management: Tales from the field Amie West, Michael Roman, Felix Martinez, William Dennison, Thomas Miller, Fredrika Moser, Kenneth Rose, Lisa Wainger 10:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Telling the local stories: integrating data to inform local management in the Chesapeake Bay watershed Emily Trentacoste, John Wolf 10:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Collaborative modeling for responsive, relevant, and timely coastal management OysterFutures: testing a collaborative modeling process for fisheries management Elizabeth North, Michael Wilberg, Jeff Blair, Jeffrey Cornwell, Matthew Damiano, Rasika Gawde, Taylor Goelz, Troy Hartley, Chris Hayes, Raleigh Hood, Melanie Jackson, Lisa Wainger 10:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Synthesizing and Understanding Ecosystem Responses to Tropical Cyclones Christopher Patrick, John Kominoski, William McDowell 10:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Genetic diversity of Halodule wrightii is resistant to large scale dieback Laura Reynolds, Kathryn Tiling, Gina Digiantonio, Vincent Encomio, Lori Morris 10:08 AM 204A Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Use of point-of-view video cameras to assess fish interactions with oyster aquaculture bottom cages Julie Rose, Peter Auster, Paul Clark, Erick Estela, Yuan Liu, Lisa Milke, Gillian Phillips, Dylan Redman 10:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology A multi-stable isotope approach to determine mercury sources in migratory and resident coastal fishes Sarah Janssen, Joel Hoffman, Ryan Lepak, Monson Bruce, Greg Peterson, Cotter Anne, David Krabbenhoft 10:15 AM 202B Lightning
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Validation of a High-Resolution Physical-Biogeochemical Model for Pollution Impact Assessments in the Southern California Bight Karen McLaughlin, Faycal Kessouri, Martha Sutula, Minna Ho, James McWilliams, Curtis Deutsch, Daniele Bianchi, Nina Bednarsek, Lionel Renault, Richard Feely, Richard Ambrose, Stephen Weisberg 10:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Microplankton trophic dynamics in the northern Gulf of Mexico (nGOM) Adam Boyette, Jeffrey Krause, Sydney Acton, Donald Redalje, William "Monty" Graham 10:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Fair-weather friends: a tale of how oyster and cordgrass symbiosis drives edge distribution R Daniel Harris, James Byers 10:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world The hidden promiscuity of Halodule wrightii: observations of sexual reproduction throughout Florida, USA. Bradley Furman, Mike Wheeler, Bianca Broselli, Laura Reynolds, Kelly Darnell, Margaret Hall 10:15 AM 204A Lightning
Ecosystem-based management: Challenges and opportunities for regional implementation Ecosystem-based management (EBM) in the North Atlantic - concepts check, mandates check, tools check, implementation..? Mark Dickey-Collas, Jason Link, M. Robin Anderson, Anna Rindorf, Paul Snelgrove, Margaret (Peg) Brady, Ellen Johannesen, Ellen Kenchington, Howard Townsend, Alida Bundy, David Johnson 10:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Assessing virtual reality technology as an environmental education teaching tool for use in classrooms Gabriela Canas, Kaitlyn Campbell, Josephine Spearman 10:15 AM 203B Lightning
Collaborative modeling for responsive, relevant, and timely coastal management Collaborative modeling using online, reduced complexity models as decision-support tools Mark Brush 10:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricane driven sediment deposition and remobilization in the northern Gulf of Mexico Wokil Bam, Kanchan Maiti, Samuel Bentley, John Lehrter 10:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology If we are what we eat, then sea lamprey ammocoetes are made of riparian vegetation Ester Dias, Maria Miranda, Ronaldo Sousa, Carlos Antunes 10:23 AM 202B Lightning
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrass contribution to productivity and community biogeochemistry in Reunion Island (West Indian ocean) Irene Olivé, Emilio García-Robledo, João Silva, Rui Santos, Nick Kamenos, Pascale Cuet, Patrick Frouin 10:23 AM 204A Lightning
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Recommendations for the integration of outreach with research: The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative experience Tina Miller-Way, Sara Beresford, Katie Fillingham 10:23 AM 203B Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Characterizing the habitat function of bivalve aquaculture using underwater video Bridget Ferriss, Molly Bogeberg, Letitia (Tish) Conway-Cranos, Laura Hoberecht, Peter Kiffney, Kate Litle, Jodie Toft, Karl Veggerby, Beth Sanderson 10:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Disentangling the importance of autochthony along a salinity gradient of a salt marsh food web Sydney Moyo, Hayat Bennadji, Jessica Johnson, Paola Lopez-Duarte, Jill Olin, Charles Martin, Linda Hooper-Bui, Brian Roberts, Michael Polito 10:30 AM 202B Lightning
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Impacts of submesoscale ocean dynamics on the biogeochemistry and ecosystem of the California Current Daniele Bianchi, Faycal Kessouri, James McWilliams, Lionel Renault, Curtis Deutsch, Hartmut Frenzel, Pierre Damien 10:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems What influences Puget Sound zooplankton dynamics--phytoplankton, physical factors, or something else? Kimberle Stark, Gabriela Hannach, Julie Keister, Stephanie Jaeger 10:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Factors Influencing Estuarine Fish Communities in Espiritu Santo Bay, Texas Mallika Beach - Mehrotra, Jeffrey Wozniak, Philip Matich 10:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world The consequences of simulated grazing disturbance on the genetic diversity of eelgrass Nicole Kollars, John Stachowicz 10:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem-based management: Challenges and opportunities for regional implementation Characterizing and Comparing U.S. Marine Fisheries Ecosystems: Successful Factors in Moving Toward Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management Tony Marshak, Jason Link 10:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Our Wastewater Footprint: Enhancing water quality through scientific communication and public outreach Toni Thomason, Elizabeth Hieb, Ruth Carmichael 10:30 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Collaborative modeling for responsive, relevant, and timely coastal management Modeling a catastrophic flooding event to improve water quality and environmental health in Southern Louisiana Lucas Goodman, Robert Miller 10:30 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes After the storm: wildlife response to hurricanes in the Caribbean islands Francisco Vilella 10:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Trophic niche and life history of Hardhead Catfish in the northern Gulf of Mexico Lucas Pensinger, Stephen Midway, Michael Polito, Shane Flinn, Andrew Ostrowski 10:38 AM 202B Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Impacts of oyster culture on the habitat function of seagrass beds James Morley, Joel Fodrie, Christopher Taylor, Abigail Poray 10:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Seasonal dietary shifts of Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) in Mississippi state waters Caitlin Slife, Kevin Dillon 10:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Submesoscale Simulations to Support Management Conversations on the Impact of Local Pollution in Southern California Faycal Kessouri, Martha Sutula, Daniele Bianchi, James McWilliams, Curtis Deutsch, Karen McLaughlin, Minna Ho, Nina Bednarsek, Evan Howard, Lionel Renault, Simon Yang, Stephen Weisberg 10:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Appendicularian organism and house abundances in relation to coastal ocean fronts and phytoplankton production gradients Alexis Hagemeyer, John Lehrter, Bradley Penta, Adam Greer 10:45 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Habitat associations and spatiotemporal overlap patterns of an assemblage of estuarine predators and prey Mariah Livernois, R.J. David Wells, Mark Fisher, Masami Fujiwara, Jay Rooker 10:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Eelgrass Genetic Diversity Influences Resilience to Stresses Associated with Eutrophication Holly Plaisted, Alyssa Novak, Sarah Weigel, Anita Klein, Frederick Short 10:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem-based management: Challenges and opportunities for regional implementation Connective Capacity and Ecosystem-Based Management in Gulf Coast Fisheries Anthony Lima, Dongkyu Kim, Andrew Song, Gordon Hickey, Owen Temby 10:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Citizens, Oysters and Changing the Culture through POP (Project Oyster Pensacola) Jane Caffrey, Barbara Albrecht 10:45 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Collaborative modeling for responsive, relevant, and timely coastal management An integrated modeling approach for characterizing oyster larvae movement, mortality, and spatial distribution Tyler Keys, Corey Trahan, Candice Piercy, Todd Swannack 10:45 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Timescales of water quality change in 3 Texas estuaries induced by passage of Hurricane Harvey Lily Walker, Michael Wetz, Paul Montagna, Xinping Hu, Kenneth Hayes 10:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Mind the gap: a multi-regional understanding of the cultural ecosystem services provided by shellfish. Adriane Michaelis, William Walton, Don Webster, L. Jen Shaffer 11:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Spatial, temporal, and individual-level variation in northern Gulf of Mexico common bottlenose dolphin diet Carl Cloyed, Brian Balmer, Mandy Tumlin, Eric Zolman, Aaron Barleycorn, Teri Rowles, Lori Schwacke, Ruth Carmichael 11:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Nutrient Pollution Effects on Acidification and Hypoxia in Southern California Bight: Biological -vs-Water Quality Impacts Martha Sutula, Faycal Kessouri, James McWilliams, Curtis Deutsch, Daniele Bianchi, Nina Bednarsek, Evan Howard, Lionel Renault, Karen McLaughlin, Richard Feely, Simone Alin, Richard Ambrose 11:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems The distribution, abundance and trophic ecology of Neomysis americana in Chesapeake Bay Danielle Quill, Ryan Woodland 11:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Increased preference of habitat heterogeneity and structural complexity with predatory threat in seagrass fish species Nikki Bramwell, Edward Hammill, David Booth 11:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Ex-seeding expectations: quantifying Z. marina seed quality over time Avonelle Combs, Jessie Jarvis, W. Judson Kenworthy 11:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem-based management: Challenges and opportunities for regional implementation Integrating Local Data to Inform Region-Level Management in the National Park Service Katie May Laumann, William Dennison, Vanessa Vargas-Nguyen, Emily Nastase 11:00 AM 204B Lightning
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans From graduate to elementary school: Engaging young students can be easy! Sarah Ramsden, Mary Curran 11:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Collaborative modeling for responsive, relevant, and timely coastal management Multiple ecosystem model integration for use in an environmental impact study Kristy Lewis, Cameron Ainsworth, Damian Brady, Kim de Mutsert, Kenneth Rose, Shaye Sable 11:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Impact of Hurricanes Florence and Michael on microbial communities and its implications for atmospheric CO2 Cody Garrison, Sara Roozbehi, D. Reide Corbett, Siddhartha Mitra, Erin Field 11:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Ecosystem-based management: Challenges and opportunities for regional implementation Effect of multiple pressures on early marine survival of juvenile salmon in Puget Sound Hem Nalini Morzaria-Luna, Isaac Kaplan, Raphael Girardin, Chris Harvey, Michael Schmidt, Elizabeth Fulton, Parker MacCready 11:08 AM 204B Lightning
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Assessing the costs and benefits of different culture methods on an Alabama commercial oyster farm Sarah Hensey, Julian Stewart, Russell Grice, William Walton 11:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Determining interspecific interactions between ctenophores and fishes in Maryland Coastal Bays using stable isotope analysis Sarah Cvach, Steve Doctor, Christina Bradley 11:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management High resolution numerical ocean outfall plume modeling in the Southern California Bight Minna Ho, Faycal Kessouri, Martha Sutula, James McWilliams, Daniele Bianchi, Timu Gallien, George Robertson, Jeroen Molemaker 11:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Implications from distribution patterns of dead copepods corresponding to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Jessica Tolan 11:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Influence of marsh island size on nekton communities: intermediate optima rather than SLOSS? Shelby Ziegler, Lauren Clance, Andrew McMains, Marianna Miller, Joel Fodrie 11:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrasses under pressure from intensive seaweed farming in Rote Island, Indonesia Mirta Teichberg, Hugo Duarte Moreno, Mónica Mariño, Alfred Kase, Annette Breckwoldt, Hauke Reuter 11:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem-based management: Challenges and opportunities for regional implementation Challenges and novel approaches to habitat restoration on historically human-occupied land Andrew Heaton, Karen Clark, Robert Gruba, Jay McIlwain, Jonathan Pitchford 11:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Building bridges over troubled waters: Citizen engagement to support shellfish aquaculture Allison Colden 11:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Collaborative modeling for responsive, relevant, and timely coastal management Spectral wave modeling in a shallow estuary of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Azadeh Razavi Arab, Haosheng Huang 11:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Oxygen intrusion into hypoxic benthos from Hurricane Harvey and the effect on the carbonate system K. Michael Scaboo, Wei-Jun Cai, Baoshan Chen, Li Qian, Nancy Rabalais 11:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Quantification and valuation of ecosystem services associated with shellfish Lunch   11:30 AM 201A  
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Lunch   11:30 AM 202B  
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Lunch   11:30 AM 202A  
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Lunch   11:30 AM 201B  
Population/community ecology Lunch   11:30 AM 201D  
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Lunch   11:30 AM 204A  
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Lunch   11:30 AM 201C  
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Assessing the role of saltmarsh production in subsidizing adjacent seagrass food webs Jeffrey Plumlee, Lauren Yeager, Joel Fodrie 1:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management The interactive effects of ocean acidification and warming on the estuarine mud crab Dyspanopeus sayi. Leah Reidenbach, Dylan Cottrell, Rebecca Kulp, David Hudson, Bradley Peterson 1:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Seasonal differences in mesozooplankton communities in a shallow, wind-driven estuary in southern Louisiana Christin Selle, Beth Stauffer, Kelly Robinson 1:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Influence of predation and environmental conditions on juvenile bull shark densities in two Texas estuaries Amanda Lofthus, Jeffrey Wozniak, Philip Matich 1:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrass (Zostera marina) in a eutrophic estuary as affected by sediment conditions Katherine Haviland, Robert Warren Howarth, Roxanne Marino, Melanie Hayn 1:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Influence of drought, periodic storm events, and Hurricane Harvey on estuarine particulate organic matter Sarah Douglas, Jianhong Xue, Zhanfei Liu, Amber Hardison 1:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Education: creative teaching to improve success for marine-focused undergraduate students Service-Learning, Intensive Research, and Peer Coaches in Undergraduate Marine Biology Courses Linda Walters, Kimberly Schneider, Mary Tripp 1:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing Gulf of Mexico resilience through integrative, cross-disciplinary science Place-based pathways to community resilience: Traditional and indigenous knowledge Debra Butler 1:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Microbial source tracking in wet weather Tracking human fecal sources in an urban, coastal watershed during wet weather Joshua Steele, Darcy McCarger, Amy Zimmer-Faust, John Griffith, Rachel Noble, Kenneth Schiff 1:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Preserving cultural heritage in a changing landscape: Oysters and the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe Deborah Abibou, Christa Russell 1:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Evaluating the trophic structure and carbon dynamics of created coastal marsh ecosystems with stable isotopes Katelyn Lamb, Paola Lopez-Duarte, Jill Olin, Charles Martin, Brian Roberts, Erick Swenson, Michael Polito 1:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management CO2 and temperature effects on the early life-stages Atlantic silverside (Menidia menidia) Grace O'Malley, R Christopher Chambers 1:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Potential links between jellyfish blooms and environmental variability in the northern Gulf of Mexico Chengxue Li, Hui Liu 1:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Sea otter disturbance reduces eelgrass extent of intertidal beds in southeast Alaska Tiffany Stephens, Maggie Shields, Wendel Raymond, Lia Domke, Melanie Borup, Ginny Eckert 1:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world An investigation into how Z. marina modulates carbonate chemistry in the context of coastal acidification Alyson Lowell, Bradley Peterson 1:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes In the wake of a hurricane: differential effects on early versus late successional seagrass species Victoria Congdon, Christina Bonsell, Meaghan Cuddy, Kenneth Dunton 1:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Education: creative teaching to improve success for marine-focused undergraduate students Chemical ecology made easy: Teaching students about the link between toxin chemistry and HABs Mary Curran, Allison Robertson, Mindy Richlen 1:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing Gulf of Mexico resilience through integrative, cross-disciplinary science Florida Panhandle National Heritage Area: a community-based approach for coastal resources management Sorna Khakzad, Kelly Dunn, Deneale Miller, Morgan Dudley 1:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Microbial source tracking in wet weather Microbial Source Tracking for Monitoring the Impact of Short-Term Tidal Variability in Marine Beaches Asheley Chapman, Kendall Anderson, Asli Aslan 1:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales A framework for using trophic structure to evaluate ecosystem services of estuarine habitat restoration Melinda Donnelly, Suzanne Connor, Jessica Copertino, Giovanna McClenachan, Michelle Shaffer 1:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Resource partitioning among sympatric saltmarsh fishes in coastal Louisiana Jill Olin, Paola Lopez-Duarte, Olaf Jensen, Michael Polito, Charles Martin 1:30 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Ocean acidification promote invasions of the invasive red macroalga, Dasysiphonia japonica Craig Young, Christopher Gobler 1:30 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Differential effects of UV radiation on two early life stages of the scyphozoan Aurelia aurita Laura Treible 1:30 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Four decades of stranding response: Hotspots and shifting baselines in northern Gulf of Mexico Mackenzie Russell, Noel Wingers, Courtney Nelson Seely, Ruth Carmichael 1:30 PM 201D Lightning
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Building an anthropogenic isoscape: Thalassia testudinum in Ambergris Caye Lagoon, BZ Theresa Murphy, Ryan Woodland, Danielle Quill, Paul Billeter, Kenneth Mattes 1:30 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricanes temporarily disrupt interaction between salt marsh wrack and range-expanding mangrove propagules Rachel Smith, Julie Blaze, James Byers 1:30 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Education: creative teaching to improve success for marine-focused undergraduate students The Saco Estuary, a living laboratory for interdisciplinary experiencial education Christine Feurt 1:30 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing Gulf of Mexico resilience through integrative, cross-disciplinary science Data fusion; combining biophysical and economic data to model water prices Quinn McColly 1:30 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Microbial source tracking in wet weather Sources of Enterococci to a Coastal Beach Experiencing Elevated Background Levels Afeefa Abdool-Ghany, Peter Sahwell, Maribeth Gidley, Christopher Sinigalliano, James Klaus, Helena Solo-Gabriele 1:30 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Overcoming the odds: restoration of a Crassostrea virginica oyster reef in St. Charles Bay, TX Meghan Martinez, Natasha Breaux, Terry Palmer, Jennifer Beseres Pollack 1:30 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Sediment transport downstream: Noyes Cut alters salt marsh community dynamics in the Satilla River Estuary Stacy Taylor Bennetts, Shandon Johnson, A. Loren Mathews, Jessica Reichmuth 1:38 PM 201D Lightning
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Trophic mysteries of the shallows: Unraveling eelgrass ecosystems in Southeast Alaska Wendel Raymond, Julie Schram, Aaron Galloway, Ginny Eckert 1:45 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Enhancing sustainability of hatchery production: effects of water manipulations and associated multi-stressors on larval physiology Emily Rivest, Standish Allen, Olivia De Meo, Eric Guevelou, Sarah Pease, Annie Schatz, Jessica Moss Small, Juliette Smith, Richard Snyder, Ryan Carnegie 1:45 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Impact of Oyster Biodeposit Resuspension on Phytoplankton Community Structure in Estuarine Systems Sarah Davis, Elka Porter, Eric Robins, Richard Lacouture, Regina Minniss 1:45 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Perinate bottlenose dolphin mortality following the Northern Gulf of Mexico Unusual Mortality Event Alissa Deming, Ruth Carmichael 1:45 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrass epiphyte microbiome responses to pulsed and long-term nutrient exposures Kirk Cammarata, Colin Brislawn, Whitney Roberson, Carissa Pinon, Chi Huang, Ernest Everett, Shawn Hare 1:45 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes The influence of summer storms on black sea bass movement ecology in the Mid-Atlantic Bight Caroline Wiernicki, Michael O'Brien, David Secor 1:45 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Education: creative teaching to improve success for marine-focused undergraduate students Effects of exam frequency on students’ grades and self-efficacy in an environmental sciences course Linda Hooper-Bui, Grace Cagle 1:45 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing Gulf of Mexico resilience through integrative, cross-disciplinary science Building authentic community-government alliances through Indigenous Stewardship Methods to advance Louisiana’s Coastal Master Plan Kellyn LaCour-Conant, Krista Jankowski, Allyse Ferrara 1:45 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Microbial source tracking in wet weather Quantification of fecal sources to coastal waters at the Southwest US Border Amy Zimmer-Faust, Joshua Steele, John Griffith 1:45 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Relating the scale and structure of oyster reefs to diversity, ecosystem processes and functions Ana Bugnot, Rick Leong, Will Figueira, Ana Vila-Concejo, Katherine Dafforn, Ross Coleman, Ezequiel Marzinelli, Paul Gribben 1:45 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Benthic microalgae help retain detrital marsh grass carbon and nitrogen in estuarine sediments Amanda Spivak, Samuel McNichol, Scott Wankel, Robinson Fulweiler, Jennifer Karolewski 2:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Of crabs and clams: OA and salinity effects on marine invertebrate growth and armor Katherine Longmire, Rochelle Seitz, Romuald Lipcius 2:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Spatiotemporal distribution and environmental drivers of zooplankton communities within the Columbia River Estuary Kristin Connelly, Gretchen Rollwagen-Bollens, Stephen Bollens, Julie Zimmerman, Tamara Holmlund 2:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Use of manatee ear bone chemistry to track migrations in the northcentral Gulf of Mexico Kayla DaCosta, Ruth Carmichael 2:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Quantifying factors influencing interannual variability of eelgrass (Zostera marina) using a 30-year dataset. Jamie Vaudrey, Jason Krumholz, Christopher Calabretta 2:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Ecological responses to Hurricane Florence in Masonboro Sound, North Carolina Aaron Ramus, Lawrence Cahoon 2:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Education: creative teaching to improve success for marine-focused undergraduate students Forces in an estuary: Tides, freshwater, and friction David Fugate, Felix Jose 2:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing Gulf of Mexico resilience through integrative, cross-disciplinary science Spatial-Temporal Models of Multi-Species Interactions to Study Impacts of Catastrophic Events Alexey Sadovski, Zachary Chairez, Baohua Chen, Devanayagam Palaniappan 2:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Microbial source tracking in wet weather What can dogs do? Canine detection of human sewage in the Pettaquamscutt Estuary, RI. Veronica Berounsky, Heidi Travers, Karen Reynolds 2:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Scaling our Restoration Thinking for the Challenges of the Future Denise Reed 2:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Isotopes, lipids, and DNA: Trophic biomarkers in coastal ecosystem ecology Impacts of altered hydrology on organic carbon sources to oyster diet: a lipid biomarker approach Derek Detweiler, Ludovic Hermabessiere, Patricia Goodman, Aswani Volety, Philippe Soudant, Ai Ning Loh 2:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Larval experience of multi-stressors might carry over to affect performance of juvenile Crassostrea virginica Annie Schatz, Jan McDowell, Emily Rivest 2:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Biophysical processes leading to the ingress of temperate fish larvae into estuarine nursery areas Pedro Morais, Claire Paris, Eric Wolanski, Maria Alexandra Teodósio 2:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Linking use of ship channels by West Indian manatees to seasonal migration and habitat use Elizabeth Hieb, Carl Cloyed, Merri Collins, Kayla DaCosta, Ruth Carmichael 2:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Long-term trends in eelgrass abundance in the central basin of Puget Sound, WA (USA). Bart Christiaen, Lisa Ferrier, Jeffrey Gaeckle, Pete Dowty, Helen Berry 2:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Larval distributions of key fish families off Galveston post Hurricane Harvey compared to historic data Shannan McAskill, Simon Geist, Glenn Zapfe 2:15 PM 201C Lightning
Education: creative teaching to improve success for marine-focused undergraduate students Incorporating project-based field research into a marine science curriculum at a small coastal campus: TAMUG Timothy Dellapenna, Ayal Anis, Karl Kaiser 2:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Advancing Gulf of Mexico resilience through integrative, cross-disciplinary science Categorization of Nearshore Sampling Data by Integrating Oil Slick Trajectory Predictions used during Response Operations Larissa Montas, Alesia Ferguson, Kristina Mena, Helena Solo-Gabriele 2:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Assessing the response of Mangrove Snapper (Lutjanus griseus) trophic dynamics to oyster reef restoration Jennifer Loch, Geoffrey Cook 2:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Microbiomes of cultured oysters in the northern Gulf of Mexico respond to environmental stresses Charles Jagoe, Mario Marquez, Ashvini Chauhan, Ashish Pathak 2:23 PM 201C Lightning
Ocean acidification in a multiple-climate-change-stressors context: science­-based tools for management Break   2:30 PM 202A  
Estuarine and coastal plankton communities: sentinels of evolving ecosystems Break   2:30 PM 201B  

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Thursday, 7 November
Conference Schedule

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Session Title Presentation Title Authors & Presenter Time of Presentation Room Assignment Presentation Format
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Biota-mediated carbon cycling in tidal freshwater wetlands: from rhizopsheres to consumer control Kai Jensen, Peter Mueller, Stefanie Nolte 8:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Panel Discussion: Jacqueline Rousseau (NOAA Educational Partnership Program), Larry Robinson (NOAA CCME), David Yoskowitz (NOAA CCME)   8:00 AM 203B  
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Mapping salt marsh of global delta using time series Landsat and Sentinel-1 imagery Xinyi Zhao, Bo Tian, Ying Niu, Chunpeng Chen, Ya Peng, Wenting Wu, Yuekai Hu 8:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Putting ecogeomorphology into practice: predicting and managing flow–sediment–biota interactions Assessing sediment management strategies that support nature conservation in a highly anthropogenic delta region Sebastiaan Mestdagh, Sofie De Swerdt, Annelies Boerema, Patrick Meire, Frederik Roose, Marcel Taal, Katrien Van der Biest, Gijsbert Van Holland, Eric Van Zanten, Dirk Vrebos, Tom Ysebaert 8:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Increasing coastal and estuarine hypoxia: causes, responses, and remedies Post-construction monitoring of nitrogen reductions in an urban tidal embayment Richard Isleib, Beau Ranheim, Keith Mahoney, Nicholas Cholewka, Dorothy Chao, David Yozzo, Katherine Drury 8:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Large-scale environmental monitoring, modeling, and adaptive decision-making in coastal Louisiana Stuart Brown, Elizabeth Jarrell, Mandy Green, Leigh Anne Sharp, Syed Khalil, Richard Raynie, Ed Haywood 8:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Herbivory in seagrass meadows: a continually changing paradigm John Valentine, Kenneth Heck 8:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Nutrient and trophic impacts of 20+ years of tropical cyclones on North Carolina’s estuarine ecosystems Hans Paerl, Nathan Hall, Alexandria Hounshell, Karen Rossignol, Christopher Osburn 8:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Stakeholders rate Living Seawalls benefits as almost double the risks Kate Dodds, Maria Vozzo, Katherine Dafforn, Mariana Mayer-Pinto, Melanie Bishop 8:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Evaluating the carbonate production and allometry of Crassostrea virginica in the Mississippi Sound Sara Pace, Eric Powell, Kelsey Kuykendall, Jeremy Timbs 8:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Variation in soil microplastics between habitats in a tidal freshwater wetland Andy Baldwin, Ryan Helcoski, Lance Yonkos 8:15 AM 201B Lightning
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Understanding landscape level impacts of increased temperature – mangrove encroachment influence on seagrass meadows Cayla Sullivan, Laura Reynolds, Ashley Smyth 8:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Putting ecogeomorphology into practice: predicting and managing flow–sediment–biota interactions Environmental Factors Controlling Nitrate Removal Potential in Deltaic Floodplain Wetlands Alexandra Christensen, Robert Twilley 8:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Increasing coastal and estuarine hypoxia: causes, responses, and remedies Disentangling Trends and Variability in Nitrate and Oxygen in Long Island Sound James O'Donnell 8:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Reflections from eight years of collaborative science in coastal Alabama Eric Sparks, Just Cebrian, Michael Shelton, Eric Brunden, Scott Phipps, Julia Cherry 8:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Greener pastures: Green turtle grazing regulates productivity of a Caribbean seagrass ecosystem Alexandra Gulick, Robert Johnson, Clayton Pollock, Zandy Hillis-Starr, Alan Bolten, Karen Bjorndal 8:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Extreme events in North Carolina: Lingering effects on coastal carbon cycling in a stormier world Christopher Osburn, Jacob Rudolph, Alexandria Hounshell, Bryce Van Dam, Nathan Hall, Michael Montgomery, Hans Paerl 8:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Integrating local priorities into restoration using sketch mapping and GIS Hannah Torres, Timothy Hawthorne, Fernando Rivera 8:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Is groundwater a potential driver of oyster populations within Georgia Creeks? John Carroll, Jacque Kelly, Jessica Watts, Katherine Curran 8:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Impacts of flooding and nutrient loading on a freshwater forested wetland Taylor Sloey, James Nelson, Joselyn Rodriguez, Skyler Flaska 8:23 AM 201B Lightning
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Egeria densa: an ecosystem engineer and carbon sink in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta of California Judith Drexler, Shruti Khanna, Jessica Lacy 8:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Encroachment of Avicennia germinans into salt marsh habitat may increase nutrient input through decomposition Lorae Simpson, Julia Cherry, Ilka Feller 8:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Putting ecogeomorphology into practice: predicting and managing flow–sediment–biota interactions Comparing two dissimilar Atchafalaya River Delta sediment diversion strategies over an eighteen year period Glen Curole 8:30 AM 202B Lightning
Increasing coastal and estuarine hypoxia: causes, responses, and remedies Drivers and predictability of subseasonal variations of dissolved oxygen in Chesapeake Bay Andrew Ross, Charles Stock, Keith Dixon, Marjorie Friedrichs, Raleigh Hood, Ming Li, Kathleen Pegion, Gabriel Vecchi, Vincent Saba 8:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Management challenges and restoration successes through two decades of public-private partnership on Edgartown Great Pond Emily Reddington, Mary Carman, Kristin Gribble 8:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Green turtle densities and carrying capacities in a newly-colonized Florida bay Alex Rodriguez, Kenneth Heck 8:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricane effects on coral reef sediment off Guánica, PR, from runoff signatures in sediment traps Renee Takesue, Olivia Cheriton, Clark Sherman, Natalia Ramírez Irizarry, Aaron Reyes, Curt Storlazzi 8:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Linking science, ecosystem services, and economic valuation to prioritize and communicate mangrove restoration goals Brita Jessen, Sara Mason, Lydia Olander, Jeffrey Carter, Jessica McIntosh, Laura Flynn, Stefanie Simpson, Scott Settelmyer, Ken Krauss, Nicole Cormier, Kathy Worley, Keith Laakkonen 8:30 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Muddy waters' got the blues: a community response to an ecosystem-level manipulation Dylan Cottrell, Diana Chin, Kaitlyn O'Toole, Michael Doall, Christopher Gobler, Bradley Peterson 8:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Putting ecogeomorphology into practice: predicting and managing flow–sediment–biota interactions Wave attenuation across a salt marsh in Newbury, MA Madeline Foster-Martinez, Ioannis Georgiou, Zoe Hughes, Duncan FitzGerald 8:38 AM 202B Lightning
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Hydrology of coastal freshwater forested wetlands of Louisiana: the role of tides Richard Day, Andrew From, Ken Krauss 8:45 AM 201B Lightning
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Facilitating the Development of Partnership-Relevant Competencies through a Center-Wide Course Owen Temby, David Hicks, Katia Sanchez 8:45 AM 203B Lightning
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Nitrogen Enrichment Enhances Freeze Tolerance of Avicennia germinans Ilka Feller, Emily Dangremond, Lorae Simpson, Catherine Lovelock 8:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Putting ecogeomorphology into practice: predicting and managing flow–sediment–biota interactions Coastal foredune stabilizing plants as ecosystem engineers shaping foredune genesis Bianca Charbonneau 8:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Increasing coastal and estuarine hypoxia: causes, responses, and remedies Impacts of sea level rise on Chesapeake Bay and its seasonal hypoxia Pierre St. Laurent, Marjorie Friedrichs, Ming Li, Wenfei Ni 8:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges An interdisciplinary approach to wet prairie restoration in the Florida panhandle Ashlynn Smith, Emily Coffey, Matthew Deitch, John McKenzie, Deborah Miller, Jessica Stephens, Jeff Talbert, Mack Thetford, Laurie Blackmore 8:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Exclusion studies reveal the interactions between herbivores in structuring tropical seagrass meadows Abigail Scott, Paul York, Michael Rasheed 8:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricane Harvey changed sediment geochemistry of Mission Aransas Estuary of south Texas through strong resuspension Zhanfei Liu, Xianbiao Lin, Zucheng Wang, Jianhong Xue, Kaijun Lu, Sarah Douglas, Amber Hardison 8:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Integrating sense of place into ecosystem restoration: a novel approach to achieve synergistic social-ecological impact Kelly Kibler, Geoffrey Cook, Lisa Chambers, Melinda Donnelly, Timothy Hawthorne, Fernando Rivera, Linda Walters 8:45 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology The role of geographical connectivity on recovery rates of macrofaunal metacommunities Marco Brustolin, Judi Hewitt, Simon Thrush 8:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Growth response of freshwater forested wetland tree species to increasing sea level and saltwater intrusion William Conner, Jamie Duberstein 8:53 AM 201B Lightning
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Training post-secondary students to integrate social sciences at the NOAA Cooperative Science Centers Phyllis Gray-Ray, Mikell Smith, Richard Mclaughlin, Hyun Jung Cho, Sharmini Pitter, Bernadette Kelley, Michael Abazinge 8:53 AM 203B Lightning
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Tidal extension: will sea-level rise change ecosystem functions of tidal freshwater wetlands on the whole? Alicia Korol, Gregory Noe, Scott Ensign 9:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Team Science Approach for Coastal and Marine Resilience Diana Del Angel, Stephen Fiore, Troy Hartley, Benjamin Bowes, Stephanie Dohner, Deborah Kim, Sara Marriott, Jingwei Song, Jonathan Goodall, Linda Schaffner 9:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Quantifying the effect of changing vegetation on ecosystem functions and habitat structure at saltmarsh-mangrove ecotone Julie Walker, Christine Angelini, Julie Walker, Todd Osborne 9:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Putting ecogeomorphology into practice: predicting and managing flow–sediment–biota interactions The geomorphic impact of mangroves on inland salt marsh Daniel Coleman, Kerrylee Rogers, D. Reide Corbett, Matthew Kirwan 9:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Increasing coastal and estuarine hypoxia: causes, responses, and remedies Annual, Seasonal Patterns of Stratification and Hypoxia in Chandeleur and Breton Sounds in Southeast Louisiana John Lopez, Tasia Denapolis, Kristen Butcher 9:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Building an oyster filtration model from the ground up Jessica Kinsella, Elizabeth Darrow, Aswani Volety, Suzanne Bricker, Martin Posey, Troy Alphin, João Ferreira, Alhambra Cubillo, Susanne Brander, Brandon Puckett 9:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Invasion of the reef urchins: Impact of Echinometra on seagrass beds in Bocas del Toro Abigail Cannon, Cynthia Peña, Eric Brown, Aaron O'Dea, Andrew Altieri, Jennifer Smith 9:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Impact of Hurricane Harvey on sediment nitrogen cycling in the Mission Aransas Estuary, Texas Amber Hardison, Xianbiao Lin, Xin Xu, Kaijun Lu, Sarah Douglas, Jianhong Xue, Zhanfei Liu 9:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Regional Approach to Development of New Restoration Projects for Louisiana's Coastal Master Plan Elizabeth Jarrell, Stuart Brown, Mandy Green, Eric White, Krista Jankowski, Catherine Fitzpatrick, Ashley Cobb, Denise Reed, Yushi Wang 9:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Bypassing pre-and post-settlement bottlenecks of foundation species across estuarine environmental gradients via mobile substrates Christopher Baillie, Rachel Gittman, Joel Fodrie, Niels Lindquist, Gray Redding, David Cessna, Adam Tyler 9:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Tidal freshwater wetlands: transitional ecosystems under climate change Ecology and long-term sustainability of tidal freshwater marshes of the Mississippi River Delta Plain, Louisiana Christopher Swarzenski, Thomas Doyle 9:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Conservation and social science: rebuilding resilient habitat and community engagement Meghan Martinez, Natasha Breaux, Terry Palmer, Jennifer Beseres Pollack 9:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands From fiddlers to fisheries: bottom-up effects of the shifting salt marsh-mangrove ecotone Janelle Goeke, Anna Armitage 9:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Putting ecogeomorphology into practice: predicting and managing flow–sediment–biota interactions Comparing ecosystem services provided by submersed aquatic vegetation (SAV) beds and restored tidal marshes Cindy Palinkas, Lorie Staver, Cassie Gurbisz, Miles Bolton 9:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Increasing coastal and estuarine hypoxia: causes, responses, and remedies Physical Drivers of Dissolved Oxygen Variability in a Shallow Highly Stratified Estuary Jeff Coogan, Brian Dzwonkowski, John Lehrter, Kyeong Park, Renee Collini, Alexis Hagemeyer 9:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Restoration-induced changes to phytoplankton communities: do cyanobacteria affect oyster feeding and selectivity? Andrea Jaegge, Sandra Casas, Jerome La Peyre, Megan La Peyre, Beth Stauffer 9:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Predation and herbivory across spatial and temporal scales: a fishy tale Olivia Rhoades, William Wied, Andrew Altieri, Savanna Barry, Scott Jones, Charles Martin, Owen O'Shea, Christopher Patrick, Valerie Paul, Laura Reynolds, Brigitta van Tussenbroek, Justin Campbell 9:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Effects of Hurricane Irma on nitrification and ammonia oxidizer community in St. Lucie Estuary (Florida) Justyna Hampel, Mark McCarthy, Megan Reed, Silvia Newell 9:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales A hierarchical approach to valuing land conservation to support Gulf of Mexico estuarine biotic health Andrew Shamaskin, Kristine Evans, Garrett Street, Sandra Correa, Anna Linhoss, Sathishkumar Samiappan, Jennifer Roberts, Jiangdong Liu 9:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Potential effects of chemical cues emitted by Crepidula fornicata on foraging by chemosensory predators Tracey Vlasak, Stephen Tettelbach, Bradley Peterson, Rebecca Kulp 9:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Break   9:30 AM 203B  
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Break   9:30 AM 201A  
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Break   9:30 AM 204B  
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Break   9:30 AM 204A  
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Break   9:30 AM 201C  
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Break   9:30 AM 203A  
Population/community ecology Break   9:30 AM 201D  
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science National Water Center Internship Experience: Low flow reservoir release predictions for the National Water Model Elizabeth Del Rosario, Trey Flowers 10:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Settlement processes shape fauna community redistribution in response to patchy mangrove expansion Cora Johnston, Daniel Gruner 10:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Our Coastal Futures: A transdisciplinary approach to creating sustainable coasts Rense Kelsey, Valerie Cummins, Bruce Glavovic, Aaron Akers, Tu Chen, Donald Forbes, Chen Jing, Jongming Luo, Andrew Rose, Anja Scheffers, Robert Weiss, Li XiuZhen 10:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Imported kelp subsidizes secondary production in seagrass meadows Glenn Hyndes, Audrey Cartraud, Caitlin Rae, Paul Lavery 10:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes N-cycling in coastal sediments in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael Troy Mutchler, Justin Myers, Daniel Hoffman, Silvia Newell, Mark McCarthy 10:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales The role of oyster reef restoration in coastal sediment biogeochemical cycling Lisa Chambers, Nia Hurst, Bryan Locher 10:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Kelp subsidies drive community structure and ecosystem function on sandy beaches Kyle Emery, Jenifer Dugan, Robert Miller, David Hubbard, Carter Ohlmann 10:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Gulf of Mexico oxygen deficiency:  when, where, what to do? Why there is no progress in abating Gulf hypoxia and scientists must effectively resolve controversies Donald Boesch 10:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem assessments for coastal wetlands Meeting the challenges of Red List Ecosystem assessments of coastal environments Michael Sievers, Christopher Brown, Ryan Pearson, Viv Tulloch, Mischa Turschwell, Jodie Haig, Rod Connolly 10:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Impact of seasonal variations in flocculation on large-scale sediment transport patterns in a tide-dominated estuary Dante Horemans, Yoeri Dijkstra, Henk Schuttelaars, Patrick Meire, Tom Cox 10:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science How NOAA Fellows Are Driving the Future of Coastal Management Melissa Ladd, Margaret Allen, Dwight Trueblood 10:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Shifts in estuarine wetland community structure and production with expansion of black mangroves (Avicennia germinans) Whitney Scheffel, Kenneth Heck 10:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges A roadmap for solutions-based nutrient management research: Collaborating with stakeholders through design, implementation, and translation Julia Twichell, Kate Mulvaney, Timothy Gleason, Wayne Munns, Marnita Chintala, Ann Rea, Bryan Hubbell, Laura Erban, Zenas Crocker, Scott Horsley, Sofia Soto Reyes, Stacie Nicole Smith 10:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Evaluating how foundation species diversity affects the community composition of seagrass meadows Stacy Trackenberg, Christopher Baillie, Joel Fodrie, Rachel Gittman 10:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricane Impacts on Indian River Lagoon water quality revealed through continuous, high-frequency, automated observations M Dennis Hanisak, Kristen Davis 10:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Everglades restoration reassessed: addressing coastal wetland vulnerabilities to sea-level rise David Rudnick, Jed Redwine, Leonard Pearlstine, Troy Hill, Tiffany Troxler, John Kominoski, Jennifer RIchards, Benjamin Wilson, Sean Charles, Fred Sklar, Carlos Coronado-Molina, Stephen Davis 10:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Quantifying ecological responses to trophic connectivity between kelp forests and sandy beaches Jenifer Dugan, David Hubbard, Kyle Emery, Robert Miller, Carter Ohlmann, Jessica Madden 10:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Gulf of Mexico oxygen deficiency:  when, where, what to do? Fusion-based hypoxia estimates: linking geostatistical and mechanistic models of dissolved oxygen variability Venkata Rohith Reddy Matli, Arnaud Laurent, Dongwha Sohn, Kevin Craig, Katja Fennel, Daniel Obenour 10:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem assessments for coastal wetlands Assessing the ecosystem status of estuaries in a data poor environment Lara Van Niekerk, Janine Adams, Stephen Lamberth, Kerry Sink, Andrew Skowno 10:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Processes impacting floc size over a tidal cycle in an idealized estuary model Danielle Tarpley, Courtney Harris, Carl Friedrichs, Christopher Sherwood 10:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science A Pathway and Partnership Program to Engage U.S. Virgin Islanders in the Marine Sciences Kristin Wilson Grimes, Marilyn Brandt, Monica Medina, Carrie Jo Bucklin, Nastassia Jones, Howard Forbes, Jr., Michele Guannel 10:30 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Estuarine nekton assemblages along a marsh-mangrove ecotone Matthew Kimball, Wendy Eash-Loucks 10:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Developing a decision-support tool for management alternatives to restore and conserve maritime live oak forests Dessa Dunn, Clinton Moore, Elizabeth King, Nathan Nibbelink, Hannah Morris 10:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Landscape-scale fragmentation impacts on faunal communities are not well explained by patch-scale edge effects Amy Yarnall, Joel Fodrie, Lauren Yeager, James Byers 10:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Impacts of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on mangrove and lagoon sediment contamination, U.S. Virgin Islands P. Owen Clower, Kristin Wilson Grimes, Ian Hartwell, Marilyn Brandt, Sydney Nick 10:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales A Cumulative-effects Paradigm for Large-Scale Coastal Ecosystem Restoration Heida Diefenderfer, Kate Buenau, David Burdick, John Callaway, Neil Ganju, Matthew Harwell, Gary Johnson, Andrew LoSchiavo, Hilary Neckles, Gregory Steyer, Elene Trujillo 10:30 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Determining the role of Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) in coastal Mississippi waters using SIA Branden Kohler, Jim Franks, Dyan Gibson, Laura Stewart, Kevin Dillon 10:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Gulf of Mexico oxygen deficiency:  when, where, what to do? Observations of seafloor hypoxia in the western Mississippi Bight Stephan Howden, Kjell Gundersen, Kevin Dillon 10:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem assessments for coastal wetlands Assessment of Petenes resilience to sea level rise due to climate change in Mexico Mariana Hernandez-Montilla, Miguel Martinez, Gregorio Posadas, Bernardus de Jong 10:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Sediment transport processes in Barataria Bay of Louisiana and its implication to sediment diversion Guandong Li, Kehui Xu, Samuel Bentley, Yanxia Ma, Z. George Xue, Robert Bales 10:30 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science EnvironMentors: Fostering an interest in STEM through coastal and marine science education Brian Matherne, Linda Hooper-Bui, Christopher D'Elia 10:45 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Growth of penaeid shrimp in salt marsh and black mangrove habitats Jennifer Doerr, Jennifer Leo, James Nelson 10:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Challenges and Opportunities for Sustaining Southeastern US Coastal Wetlands and Oyster Reefs Christine Angelini, Just Cebrian, Mark Clark, Nicole Dix, Kaitlyn Dietz, Rachel Gittman, Ray Grizzle, John Jaeger, Kara Radabaugh, Carter Smith, Eric Sparks, Benjamin Stone 10:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Evaluating the ability of bivalve facilitation to enhance seagrass bed resilience to disturbance Sarah Donaher, Christopher Baillie, Rachel Gittman 10:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricanes fertilize coastal wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico: The case of Florida Everglades mangroves Edward Castañeda-Moya, Victor Rivera-Monroy, Randy Chambers, Xiaochen Zhao, Lukas Lamb-Wotton, Adrianna Gorsky, Evelyn Gaiser, Tiffany Troxler, John Kominoski, Matthew Hiatt 10:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Quantifying habitat restoration in the coastal U.S. Jonathan Grabowski 10:45 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Restoring Virginia’s oyster reefs: environmental controls on oyster recruitment, growth, and survival across spatial scales Kinsey Tedford, Max Castorani 10:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Gulf of Mexico oxygen deficiency:  when, where, what to do? Meeting Goals and Tracking Quantified Progress: An Update from the Hypoxia Task Force Katie Flahive, Yishen Li, Megan Wiitala 10:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem assessments for coastal wetlands Salt Marsh Integrity Assessments: Baseline Results from 15 Northeast National Wildlife Refuges Susan Adamowicz, Sarah Dodgin, Rachel Stearns 10:45 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Modeling marsh edge retreat accounting for waves, water level, salinity, and ponding Kendall Valentine, Giulio Mariotti 10:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Bridging Undergrad Research in Education to 7-12 Watershed Science: SMART Ala Wai Sarah Hamid, Brian Glazer, Cory Yap, Rosie Alegado, Pauline Chinn, Craig Nelson, Brianna Ornelas, Solomon Chen, Shaun Wriston, Justin Higa, Peyton Young, Yvonne Chan 11:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Using otolith microchemistry to trace survivorship of juvenile common snook: mangroves vs. salt marshes Janet Ley, Holly Rolls 11:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Bringing Wetlands to Market: Lessons learned from nine years of collaborative research in coastal wetlands Meagan Gonneea, Tonna-Marie Surgeon-Rogers, Kevin Kroeger, Jianwu Tang, Omar Abdul Aziz, Stefanie Simpson, Timothy Smith 11:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Fish functional groups vary in their nutrient provisioning in a tropical seagrass bed William Wied, Andrew Altieri, Justin Campbell, Olivia Rhoades 11:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Changes in recalcitrance and isomeric composition of dissolve organic matter from Texas rivers after hurricane Kaijun Lu, Zhanfei Liu 11:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Voluntary restoration: mitigation’s partner in the quest to outpace coastal wetland loss in the USA Rachel Gittman 11:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Gulf ribbed mussels increase saltmarsh cordgrass growth and primary production by increasing N availability Ryann Rossi, Caleb Bourgeois, Jordan Logarbo, Chalres Schutte, Brian Roberts 11:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Gulf of Mexico oxygen deficiency:  when, where, what to do? Modeling spatiotemporal patterns of organic carbon dynamics affecting hypoxia on the Louisiana Continental Shelf. Brandon Jarvis, John Lehrter, Lisa Lowe, James Hagy, Yongshan Wan, Dong Ko, Bradley Penta, Richard Gould 11:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem assessments for coastal wetlands Development of a bioassessment protocol for tidal stream systems in the upper Texas coast Abraham Margo, Terry Palmer, Jennifer Beseres Pollack 11:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Effects of human alteration of sediment supply on tidal wetland vulnerability to sea level rise Elena Solohin, Christopher Craft 11:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Youth Ocean Explorers: A pathway to diversifying the field of marine science Howard Forbes, Jr., Jarvon Stout, Kristin Wilson Grimes, Marilyn Brandt, Nastassia Jones, Carrie Jo Bucklin, Monica Medina 11:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Assessing fish use of hardened, natural, and nature-based estuarine shorelines using acoustic imagery Carter Smith, Christopher Taylor, Avery Paxton, Sarah Donaher, Rebecca Van Hoeck, Charles Peterson 11:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges The implementation of Aquifer Storage and Recovery in south Louisiana through public outreach and education Meredith Guidry, John Oliver, Olivia LaHaye 11:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Deconstructing environmental drivers of seagrass community composition and fish abundances across the Gulf of Mexico Benjamin Belgrad, Delbert Smee, Kelly Correia, Kelly Darnell, M. Zachary Darnell, Christian Hayes, Margaret Hall, Bradley Furman, Charles Martin 11:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricane Harvey and Nate impacts on coastal carbon and oxygen cycling John Lehrter, Wei-Jun Cai, Kanchan Maiti, Brian Roberts, Najid Hussain, Baoshan Chen, Li Qian, Mai Fung, Ariella Chelsky, Wokil Bam 11:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales A New Approach to Habitat Master Planning Doug Robison, Jennifer Hecker, Edward Sherwood 11:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Drought and turbidity influence trophic cascades through sensory driven mesopredator release Joseph Reustle, Delbert Smee 11:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Gulf of Mexico oxygen deficiency:  when, where, what to do? Karenia brevis bloom induced dead zone in the Southeast Gulf of Mexico. Alfonse Martignette, Mark Thompson, Eric Milbrandt, Richard Bartleson 11:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Ecosystem assessments for coastal wetlands Development of a physically based, geospatially complete wetland vulnerability index Zafer Defne, Alfredo Aretxabaleta, Neil Ganju, Tarandeep Kalra 11:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Correlations between coastal dune elevations and wave runup in New England Scott Hayward, Nathan Dill 11:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Lunch   11:30 AM 201A  
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Lunch   11:30 AM 204B  
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Lunch   11:30 AM 204A  
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Lunch   11:30 AM 201C  
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Lunch   11:30 AM 203A  
Population/community ecology Lunch   11:30 AM 201D  
Coastal sediment transport processes Lunch   11:30 AM 202B  
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Stable isotopes suggest limited role of wetland production supporting aquatic food webs across mangrove-marsh ecotone Ronald Baker, Ilka Feller 1:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges A systems analysis approach for managing the marine ecosystem: accommodating natural and human features Michael Elliott, Angel Borja, Roland Cormier 1:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Scaling -up: predicting the impacts of climate change on seagrass ecosystems Richard Zimmerman 1:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricane Impacts on Reef Restoration: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Jane Carrick, Caitlin Lustic, Diego Lirman, Stephanie Schopmeyer, Erich Bartels, Daniel Burdeno, Craig Dahlgren, Victor Galvan, David Gilliam, Elizabeth Goergen, Shannon Gore, Sean Griffin 1:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Evaluating cumulative effects to effectively plan and assess regional restoration efforts in Louisiana, USA Gregory Steyer, Robert Twilley, Heida Diefenderfer 1:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Variability in environmental tolerances of Mercenaria mercenaria across the east coast of the United States Anthony Himes, Emily Rivest, Jan McDowell, Kimberly Reece, Richard Snyder 1:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Suspended sediment transport by a tidal dipolar vortex Matias Duran-Matute, Samuel González-Vera, Elvira Koolen, GertJan van Heijst 1:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Designing a citizen science program for monitoring Chesapeake Bay grasses Suzanne Spitzer, J. Brooke Landry, William Dennison, Katie May Laumann, Sky Swanson 1:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Coastal environments as geologic archives for assessing environmental change Reconstructing environmental changes from the sedimentary records of tidal creeks and adjacent saltmarshes Molly Bost, Antonio Rodriguez, Joel Fodrie, Brent McKee, Charles Deaton 1:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
New challenges in estuarine and coastal water quality monitoring Factors controlling water-quality in the Mississippi Sound, 2014-2017 Scott Mize, Christopher Swarzenski 1:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Estimating fish production from seagrass, saltmarsh and oyster reef in the Gulf of Mexico Philine zu Ermgassen, Bryan DeAngelis, Jonathan Gair, Sophus zu Ermgassen, Ronald Baker, Andre Daniels, Megan La Peyre, Timothy MacDonald, Sean Powers, Lawrence Rozas, Jonathan Grabowski 1:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Modeling tools for extreme events of climate change to provide resources for managers Mikaela Freeman, Andrea Copping, Zhaoqing Yang, Guillaume Mauger, Jude Apple, Ian Miller, Aimee Fullerton, Nathalie Voisin, Jonathan Whiting, Ning Sun 1:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Metabolomics reveal biochemical pathways responsible for eelgrass response to climate change Carmen Zayas, Richard Zimmerman, Albert Rivas-Ubach, Nicholas Ward, Li-Jung Kuo 1:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Impacts and recovery on coral reefs following Hurricanes Irma and Maria in St. Thomas, USVI Deborah Gochfeld, Marilyn Brandt, Andia Chaves Fonnegra, Tyler Smith, Rosmin Ennis, Julie Olson 1:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Regional-scale management of Louisiana's barrier islands Jonathan Bridgeman, Justin Merrifield, Joseph LeBlanc, Syed Khalil 1:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Environmental and biological factors impact cardiac activity of northern bay scallops across multiple temporal scales Stephen Tomasetti, Christopher Gobler, Stephen Tettelbach, Nils Volkenborn 1:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Using Coupled Modeling Suites to Understand Sediment Dynamics in the Land Ocean Interaction Zone Z. George Xue, Zhengchen Zang, Dongxiao Yin, Kehui Xu, Jim Chen, Samuel Bentley, David Gochis 1:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems How to work together: The Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative’s story E. Caroline Donovan, Alexandra Fries, Liz Chudoba, Peter Tango, Suzanne Spitzer 1:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Coastal environments as geologic archives for assessing environmental change Late Pleistocene - Holocene evolution of coupled cape-barrier island sequence, Indian River Lagoon, Florida John Jaeger, Kevin Hartl 1:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
New challenges in estuarine and coastal water quality monitoring Implementing Agency-Coordinated Water Quality Monitoring in Louisiana: Challenges and Lessons Learned Angelina Freeman, Richard Raynie, Elizabeth Robinson 1:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Collective adjustments of shoaling nekton in intertidal salt marsh pools support their refuge function Guillaume Rieucau, Kevin Boswell, Dennis Allen, Matthew Kimball 1:30 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges High stakes: Decision support for oyster mariculture within an estuarine reserve Elizabeth Darrow, Troy Alphin, Martin Posey, Susanne Brander, Brandon Puckett, Suzanne Bricker, João Ferreira, Jessica Kinsella, Madison Lytle, Kelsey Billet, Alhambra Cubillo 1:30 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world From traits to plasticity: How will seagrass look in a changing world? Agustín Moreira Saporiti, E. Fay Belshe, Inés Gonzalez Viana, Mirta Teichberg 1:30 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Does plant diversity modulate the effect of hurricanes on seagrass meadow resilience via seedbank retention? Jessie Jarvis, W. Judson Kenworthy, Joel Fodrie, Lauren Yeager 1:30 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Systematic landscape restoration: planning for more effective and efficient restoration Ben Gilby, Andrew Olds, Rod Connolly, Christopher Brown, Paul Maxwell, Christopher Henderson, Nicholas Ortodossi, Cassandra Duncan, Thomas Schlacher 1:30 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Effects of freshwater inflow on blue crab Callinectes sapidus populations in Louisiana. Caleb Taylor, John Nyman, Megan La Peyre 1:30 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Seasonal sediment transport in estuarine waters of Mississippi Sound and shelf waters of Mississippi Bight Mustafa Cambazoglu, Stephan O'Brien, Jerry Wiggert, Michael Dinniman, Travis Miles 1:30 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Lessons learned in the development of a multi-organizational citizen's monitoring database Dave Jasinski, David Parrish, Liz Chudoba 1:30 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Coastal environments as geologic archives for assessing environmental change Stirring things up: estuarine sediment dynamics during non-equilibrium conditions Emily Elliott, Antonio Rodriguez, Brent McKee 1:30 PM 201B Traditional Oral
New challenges in estuarine and coastal water quality monitoring Applying innovative techniques to monitor, analyze, and forecast water quality changes along Florida’s Springs Coast Chris Anastasiou, Robin Speidel, Mike Wessel 1:30 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands How has the juvenile fish community in mangroves changed in a quarter of a century? Matt Kendall, Bethany Williams, Arliss Winship, Ashley Ruffo, Aaron Adams 1:45 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Using Sentinel Site Cooperatives to facilitate scientist-stakeholder engagement: Examples from the Chesapeake Bay Taryn Sudol 1:45 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seagrass OASiS: Ocean Acidification Sanctuaries and Subsidies Bradley Peterson, Alyson Lowell, Amber Stubler, Ryan Wallace, Michael Doall, Christopher Gobler 1:45 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Acute and persistent storm impacts influence post-hurricane recovery trajectories in a salt marsh-mangrove ecotone Anna Armitage, Carolyn Weaver, John Kominoski, Steven Pennings 1:45 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Evaluating the social, economic, and ecological benefits of land conservation in the Gulf of Mexico Jennifer Roberts, Kristine Evans, Anna Linhoss, Jiangdong Liu, Sathishkumar Samiappan, Matthew Heinemann, Andrew Shamaskin, John Tirpak, Benjamin Wilson, Matthew Snider, Steve Ashby 1:45 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Warming of the Northwest Atlantic as recorded by ocean quahogs and Atlantic surfclams Eric Powell, Roger Mann, Sara M. Pace 1:45 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Cyclone driven sediment flux within an urbanized estuary: impact of Hurricane Harvey on Galveston Bay Timothy Dellapenna, Victoria Bartlett, Mohammad Almukaimi 1:45 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Citizen science “King tide” flood reporting in Miami Matthew Goshgarian, Tiffany Troxler, Susan Jacobson, Eric Bason 1:45 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Coastal environments as geologic archives for assessing environmental change Coastal sedimentation across the Anthropocene: Feast or famine? Antonio Rodriguez, Brent McKee, Carson Miller, Molly Bost, Anna Atencio 1:45 PM 201B Traditional Oral
New challenges in estuarine and coastal water quality monitoring Trends in nutrients and geogenic solutes in a canal-dominated landscape Troy Hill, Joseph Park, Donatto Surratt 1:45 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Seasonal and interannual variability in flatfish assemblages in a southeastern USA estuary Mary Curran, Dara Wilber 2:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Long-term and spatially-distributed water quality data drive environmental management actions in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts Christopher Neill, Rachel Jakuba 2:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Investigation of structure and persistence of temperate and tropical seagrasses located at a transition zone Amy Bartenfelder, Jessie Jarvis, W. Judson Kenworthy, Brandon Puckett 2:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Mangrove damage, mortality, and recovery following Hurricane Irma at two landfall sites in southwest Florida Kara Radabaugh, Ryan Moyer, Amanda Chappel, Emma Dontis, Christine Russo, Kristen Joyse, Melissa Bownik, Audrey Goeckner, Nicole Khan 2:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales How much environmental benefit can $1 billion in new infrastructure deliver to the Everglades watershed? Jed Redwine, Agnes McLean, David Rudnick, Troy Hill 2:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology First data-rich age-frequency distributions for the ocean quahog and optimized sample-size selection using age-frequency simulator Kathleen Hemeon, Eric Powell, Roger Mann, Theresa Redmond, Sara M. Pace 2:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Estuaries as sedimentary archives of sea level and climate change: Weeks and Mobile bays, AL Rebecca Minzoni, Davin Wallace, Lauren Parker, Asmara Lehrmann, Emily Elliott 2:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Integrating fishermen into science: maximizing data collection on red drum reproduction during a red tide Sarah Walters Burnsed, Susan Lowerre-Barbieri, Joel Bickford, Hayden Menendez 2:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Coastal environments as geologic archives for assessing environmental change Historical human-driven changes in saltmarshes C sequestration and sediment accretion in an Atlantic estuary Inés Mazarrasa, Araceli Puente, María Recio, Cristina Galvan, Pere Masqué, Oscar Serrano Gras, Jose Juanes 2:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
New challenges in estuarine and coastal water quality monitoring Seasonal and spatial variations in phytoplankton resource limitation have changed over time in Chesapeake Bay Emily Trentacoste, Qian Zhang, Claire Buchanan, Cuiyin Wu, Tom Fisher, Anne Gustafson 2:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Marshes to Mangroves: the support of fisheries by estuarine wetlands Understanding the potential for estuarine habitat types to predict juvenile Dungeness crab densities Nathaniel Lewis, Theodore DeWitt 2:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Trapped in Plato’s Cave: benthic indices and the illusion of objectivity Samuel Sturdivant, Joe Germano 2:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world The tropicalization of Western Atlantic seagrass beds: Brief insights from a large-scale coordinated network Justin Campbell, Olivia Rhoades, Andrew Altieri, James Douglass, Valerie Paul, Kenneth Heck 2:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricane effects on mangroves: Destruction reproduction, recruitment, growth, and succession C. Edward Proffitt, Donna Devlin, Glenn Coldren, Carolyn Weaver, Kathryn Tiling, Ilka Feller, Steven Travis 2:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Limited diffusion of scientific advances may impede restoration of coastal habitats Randall Hughes, Peter Edwards, Jonathan Grabowski, Steven Scyphers, Susan Williams 2:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Use of geochemical tagging to test Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) population connectivity Haley Gancel, Ruth Carmichael 2:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Marsh-edge erosion and estuarine transport affect sediment availability in back-barrier marshes: Barnegat Bay, New Jersey Julia Moriarty, Neil Ganju, Tarandeep Kalra, Zafer Defne 2:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Community-Based Data Generation to Assess Shoreline Change and Background Oiling Diane Maygarden, Mark Kulp, Carrie Miller, Ed Owens 2:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Coastal environments as geologic archives for assessing environmental change Can mangrove wetlands keep up with sea level rise? Randy Chambers, Adrianna Gorsky 2:15 PM 201B Lightning
New challenges in estuarine and coastal water quality monitoring Empirical models for estuarine phytoplankton-nutrient responses and community composition James Pinckney, Erik Smith, Krystyn Kibler 2:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Coastal environments as geologic archives for assessing environmental change Using stratigraphic records from two coastal wetlands to underscore regional-scale coastal restoration initiatives. Christopher Smith, Christian Haller 2:23 PM 201B Lightning
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Break   2:30 PM 204B  
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Break   2:30 PM 204A  
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Break   2:30 PM 201C  
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Break   2:30 PM 203A  
Population/community ecology Break   2:30 PM 201D  
Coastal sediment transport processes Break   2:30 PM 202B  
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Break   2:30 PM 203B  
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Interdisciplinary lessons from a decade of solutions-based science in the NERRS Christine Feurt 3:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Seasonal response and recovery of eelgrass (Zostera marina) to short-term reductions in light availability Melisa Wong, Gwendolyn Griffiths, Benedikte Vercaemer 3:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Historical marsh loss contribution to hurricane surge and wave hazards in Texas Michelle Hummel 3:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Strengthening seagrass research in Costa Rica, Central America Jimena Samper-Villarreal, Jorge Cortés 3:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Insect and spider diversity in restored and natural saltwater marshes Linda Hooper-Bui, Rachel Strecker, Catherine Smith, Hannah Gordon, Michael Polito, Charles Martin, Annette Engel, Erick Swenson, Paola Lopez-Duarte, Olaf Jensen, Nancy Rabalais, Brian Roberts 3:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Impacts of dam removals on sediment supply, transport, and deposition in the Hudson River estuary David Ralston, Brian Yellen, Jonathan Woodruff 3:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Online restoration project development toolkit. Elsa Carlisle Schwartz, Lori Clark, Dawn Spilsbury Pucci 3:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Coastal and Estuarine-related Legislation in the First Session of the 116th Congress: Year in Review Eva Lipiec 3:00 PM 201A Lightning
CMECS: A "Common Language" for coastal habitat mapping Benthic video monitoring in Narragansett Bay: applying CMECS to evaluate site suitability for habitat restoration Heather Kinney, William Helt, Kevin Ruddock, Patrick Barrett, Eric Schneider 3:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Artistic pathways to scientific understanding Booking it on the boardwalk: Custom storybook walks at Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Sandra Huynh 3:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Role of science in nonregulatory Estuary Program development and implementation Matthew Deitch, Savannah Cain 3:08 PM 201A Lightning
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Applying Living Shoreline Approaches to Increase Resilience and Reduce Risk in New England Alison Bowden, Tom Ballestero, Curtis Bohlen, David Burdick, Janet Freedman, Kirsten Howard, Julia Knisel, Jennifer Mattei, James O'Donnell, Eric Roberts, Pete Slovinsky 3:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Remote estimation of the seagrass light environment for improved coastal management Ryan Pearson, Christopher Brown, Catherine Collier, Michael Rasheed, Rod Connolly 3:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricanes interrupt human-driven trophic cascades and may facilitate oyster reef recovery Delbert Smee, Evan Pettis, Benjamin Belgrad, Joseph Reustle 3:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Global trends in mangrove loss Mischa Turschwell, Rod Connolly, Viv Tulloch, Dale Bryan-Brown, Sebastian Lopez-Marcano, Gabby Ahmadia, Dominic Andradi-Brown, Michael Sievers, Ryan Pearson, Christopher Brown 3:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Implications of land cover change due to sea level rise for native bee communities Jessie Thuma, T'ai Roulston, Linda Blum 3:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes An examination of vessel wake and ship usage in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina Richard Styles, Michael Hartman, Brandan Scully, Jarrell Smith 3:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Engaging citizen scientists to assess large-scale microplastic distributions Amanda Sartain, Caitlin Wessel, Eric Sparks 3:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making The US coastal research program: addressing research challenges through federal, stakeholder, and academic partnerships. Derek Brockbank, Nicole Elko, Julie Rosati, Hilary Stockdon, Bret Webb 3:15 PM 201A Lightning
CMECS: A "Common Language" for coastal habitat mapping Video and still cameras for assessment of biological condition using CMECS Giancarlo Cicchetti, Eliza Moore 3:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Artistic pathways to scientific understanding Art-sci collaboration: using shared observation and new perspectives to catalyze coastal change conversations Cora Johnston 3:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Texas coast report card: an integrative interdisciplinary approach to assessing and communicating coastal ecosystem health James Currie, Rense Kelsey 3:23 PM 201A Lightning
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Identifying Areas to Address Multiple Chesapeake Restoration and Conservation Goals Scott Phillips, John Wolf, Renee Thompson, Kristin Saunders 3:30 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Response of the seagrass Halodule wrightii to light limitation is genotype-specific Kathryn Tiling, C. Edward Proffitt 3:30 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Effects of a tropical cyclone on marsh insect communities and post-cyclone reassembly processes Xuan Chen, Benjamin Adams, William Platt, Linda Hooper-Bui 3:30 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales A Planning Approach for Water Quality and Restoration Projects in Delaware's Inland Bays Marianne Walch 3:30 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Altered Maturity Schedules of River Herring Returning to Chesapeake Bay River to Spawn Cj Carroll Schlick, Matthew Ogburn, Keira Heggie, Kim de Mutsert 3:30 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Morphology And Mineralization Potential of Sediment Organic Nitrogen in Daya Bay, South China Sea Yunchao Wu, Maolin Gan, Zhijian Jiang, Songlin Liu, Xiaoping Huang 3:30 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems The power of citizen science: 20-years of horseshoe crab community research merging conservation with education. Jennifer Mattei, Jo-Marie Kasinak, Ismael Youssef, Samah Senbel 3:30 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Effectively communicating science to environmental managers Scott Martindale 3:30 PM 201A Lightning
CMECS: A "Common Language" for coastal habitat mapping Connecting resources to needs: Introducing the Natural Infrastructure Opportunity Tool Safra Altman, Rose Dopsovic 3:30 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Artistic pathways to scientific understanding See, know, do: art and environmental engagement for a new century Julian Rankin 3:30 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Effect of pH on School Prawn (Metapenaeus macleayi) and implications of catchment-derived stressors for fisheries Matthew Taylor, Catherine McLuckie, Natalie Moltschaniwskyj, Troy Gaston, Hugh Dunstan, Marcus Cromption 3:38 PM 201A Lightning
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Preparing for and recovering from disaster, the Sea Grant way Maddie Kennedy, Christopher Winslow, Nancy Balcom, Stephen Sempier, David Hensen, Joshua Brown 3:45 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world A quantitative assessment reveals that diatoms dominate benthic primary production in a mixed seagrass bed T. Erin Cox, Just Cebrian, Marnie Tabor, Laura West, Jeffrey Krause 3:45 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Relevance of seagrass faunal community response to Hurricane Irma relative to Everglades restoration Ian Zink, Joan Browder, Chris Kelble, Erik Stabenau, Christopher Kavanagh, Zachary Fratto 3:45 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Restoring natural values back to Great Barrier Reef seascape: converting cane land back to wetlands Nathan Waltham, Christina Buelow 3:45 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology The Marsh Periwinkle (Littoraria irrorata) as an Indicator of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Effects Donald Deis, Scott Zengel, John Fleeger, David Johnson, Irving Mendelssohn, Sean Graham, Qianxin Lin, Aixin Hou 3:45 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Effect of tidal resuspension with oyster biodeposits on the nutrient and oxygen dynamics Elka Porter, Sara Blickenstaff, Jeffrey Cornwell, Melanie Jackson 3:45 PM 202B Lightning
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Lessons learned - Exploring the use of citizen science in the Chesapeake Bay Parasite Project Alison Cawood 3:45 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Mississippi River diversions: engine of land gain or land loss accelerant? R Eugene Turner, Giovanna McClenachan, Michael Layne, Yu Mo, Erick Swenson 3:45 PM 201A Traditional Oral
CMECS: A "Common Language" for coastal habitat mapping Regional-scale benthic habitat mapping of coastal marine environments using CMECS Monique LaFrance Bartley, John King, Bryan Oakley, Mark Finkbeiner 3:45 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Artistic pathways to scientific understanding Immersing the Arts: Marine-themed Art Makes Waves Syma Ebbin, Kristian Brevik 3:45 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes A Review of Sediment Diversion in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain Kehui Xu, Samuel Bentley, John Day, Angelina Freeman 3:53 PM 202B Lightning
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Science co-production in the Gulf of Mexico: Funding a two-way network Caitlin Young, Becky Allee, Kathleen Ernst, Julien Lartigue, Frank Parker 4:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Data synthesis for environmental management: A case study of Chesapeake Bay J. Brooke Landry, William Dennison, Robert Orth, David Wilcox, Jonathan Lefcheck, Cassie Gurbisz, Jennifer Keisman, Kenneth Moore, Rebecca Murphy, Christopher Patrick, Donald Weller, Jeremy Testa 4:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Response of a subtropical seagrass-associated nearshore epifauna community to disturbance Joan Browder, Ian Zink 4:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales The decline and potential for restoration of oysters in coastal Alabama Sean Powers 4:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Population/community ecology Persistence and spatial ecology of Gopherus polyphemus throughout federally protected and unprotected lands in Alabama Robin Lloyd, Adam Chupp 4:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Evaluating wave thrust on salt marshes along US east coast estuaries Alfredo Aretxabaleta, Brian Blanton, Neil Ganju, Tarandeep Kalra, Julia Moriarty, Zafer Defne 4:00 PM 202B Lightning
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Panel Discussion   4:00 PM 203B  
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Integration of multiple indicators to establish minimum freshwater inflow rates to a managed sub-tropical estuary Christopher Buzzelli, Peter Doering 4:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
CMECS: A "Common Language" for coastal habitat mapping Updating CMECS: The Dynamic Standard Process Kate Rose 4:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Artistic pathways to scientific understanding Using Art to Grab Attention, Evoke Emotion and Inspire Action Nancy Pau 4:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes How does sediment trapping by invasive submerged aquatic plants vary with hydrodynamic conditions? Jessica Lacy, Judith Drexler, Rachel Allen, Madeline Foster-Martinez, Shruti Khanna, Maureen Downing-Kunz, Paul Work 4:08 PM 202B Lightning
Solutions-based science to support coastal environmental management: approaches and challenges Using satellites and supercomputers to assess wetland degradation and address coastal management needs Matthew McCarthy, Brita Jessen, Tylar Murray, Jill Schmid, Jessica McIntosh, Frank Muller-Karger 4:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Seagrasses: sentinel species in a changing world Evaluation of eelgrass (Zostera marina) restoration methods to improve recovery in Puget Sound, WA (USA) Jeffrey Gaeckle, Bart Christiaen, Lisa Ferrier, Pete Dowty, Helen Berry 4:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal physical, ecological, and biogeochemical processes Hurricanes Irma and Maria impact a mangrove fish nursery habitat in St. Croix, USVI. Allie Durdall, Sydney Nick, Caroline Pott, Richard Nemeth, Kristin Wilson Grimes 4:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Identifying restoration priorities and evaluating socio-ecological benefits at multiple scales Modeling Oyster Restoration Suitability in Texas Estuaries: a Machine Learning and Big Data Approach Anthony Reisinger, Jennifer Beseres Pollack, James Gibeaut 4:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Lateral marsh shoreline erosion and sediment deposition: A sediment budget approach Kathryn Smith, Joseph Terrano 4:15 PM 202B Lightning
Getting science “In the Room” to impact environmental decision-making Lessons we’ve learned since Amelia Island: Working together to make science-based policy James Hagy, Jacques Oliver 4:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
CMECS: A "Common Language" for coastal habitat mapping Panel Discussion   4:15 PM 202A  
Artistic pathways to scientific understanding Who's coming home? The story of juvenile Chinook salmon migratory phenotypes in California's Central Valley Ayesha Gray 4:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Coastal sediment transport processes Bed erodibility variation in sediment transport modeling of estuarine shallows Rachel Allen, Jessica Lacy, Andrew Stevens, Rusty Holleman, David Senn, Mark Stacey 4:23 PM 202B Lightning

 

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MONDAY
Session Title Presentation Title Authors (including Presenter) Date of Presentation Position Assignment
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Global estuarine morphological evolution in response to human activities Chunpeng Chen, Bo Tian, Yunxuan Zhou, Xinyi Zhao, Wenting Wu, Ying Niu, Ya Peng Monday, November 04 A1
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Visual quantification of oil and gas bubbles from MC20 Carrie O'Reilly, Camilo Roa, Ian MacDonald Monday, November 04 A10
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Assessing chronic oil discharge: revising the risk profile for offshore oil production Ian MacDonald, Carrie O'Reilly, Mauricio Silva, Camilo Roa Monday, November 04 A11
New insights in the Gulf of Mexico nine years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill North Breton Island: A Deepwater Horizon NRD Early Restoration Lawrence Malizzi Monday, November 04 A12
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Sea-level rise thresholds for stability of saltmarshes in a riverine versus a marine dominated estuary Wei Wu, Patrick Biber, Deepak Mishra, Shuvankar Ghosh Monday, November 04 A2
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Automated analysis of geomorphological changes in South Korea’s estuaries using remotely sensed surface water data Nicholas Wellbrock, Timothy Dellapenna, David Retchless Monday, November 04 A3
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t Sense of place and water quality in coastal recreation areas Kate Mulvaney, Nathaniel Merrill, Julia Twichell, Marisa Mazzotta Monday, November 04 A4
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t Community knowledge and perceptions of the presence of Vibrio vulfinicus in a subtropical coastal estuary Niyiah Roney, Jani Ngalame, Lisa Waidner, Kwame Owusu-Daaku Monday, November 04 A5
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t How’d you get that number? Practical program tools to characterize economic benefits and impacts Alison Krepp, Susan Holmes, Kelly Samek Monday, November 04 A6
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Analysis of Maurepas Swamp Hydrology Data to Inform Management of a Mississippi River Reintroduction James Pahl, Honora Buras, Brad Miller, A. Parsons Richards, Danielle Richardi, William Wood Monday, November 04 A7
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization The Battle against Biofouling Curtis Butler Monday, November 04 A8
Setting ecologically relevant targets for management of marine plant habitats Calibrating a bio-optical model for submerged aquatic vegetation habitat suitability in coastal Alabama Dorothy Byron, Kenneth Heck Monday, November 04 A9
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Building an Integrated Dataset of Zooplankton Monitoring in the San Francisco Estuary Karen Kayfetz, Dylan Chapple, Madison Thomas, Rosemary Hartman, April Hennessy, Christina Burdi, Nick Rasmussen, Larry Brown, Louise Conrad Monday, November 04 B1
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Assessment of salt marsh biophysical properties using high resolution hyperspectral imaging Christy Tyler, Sarah Goldsmith, Rehman Eon, Ryan Brett, Charles Bachmann, David Osgood Monday, November 04 B10
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Estuarine mapping projects in coastal Georgia Michael Robinson, Clark Alexander, Claudia Venherm, Chester Jackson, Colby Peffer Monday, November 04 B11
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Comprehensive eelgrass map for Massachusetts Kathryn Ford, Jillian Carr, Steven Voss Monday, November 04 B12
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Monitoring inventory and needs assessment for the Delaware Estuary Emily Baumbach, Angela Padeletti, Danielle Kreeger, Sari Rothrock, James Eisenhardt, Robb Wright, Simeon Hahn Monday, November 04 B2
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Integrating monitoring and modeling data to better inform management decisions Cuiyin Wu, Breck Sullivan, Emily Trentacoste Monday, November 04 B3
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Quantifying Recreational Uses and Users of Estuarine Habitats in Tampa Bay and Tillamook Bay Matthew Harwell, Chanda Littles, Nathaniel Lewis, Theodore DeWitt Monday, November 04 B4
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Continuous monitoring time series data indicate changes in estuarine ecosystem trophic status and nutrient flows Cassie Gurbisz, Jeremy Testa, Lora Harris Monday, November 04 B5
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Using passive and active acoustics to assess oyster reef restoration success Olivia Caretti, David Eggleston, DelWayne Bohnenstiehl Monday, November 04 B6
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Promoting coastal carbon data archival and sharing through an accessible interface, the Coastal Carbon Atlas Michael Lonneman, James Holmquist, David Klinges, Patrick Megonigal Monday, November 04 B7
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Marsh restoration enhances carbon sequestration and resilience to sea-level rise in the Stillaguamish estuary, Washington Katrina Poppe, John Rybczyk Monday, November 04 B8
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Comparison of Gulf of Mexico with Southeast Asian Blue carbon stock: mangroves and seagrasses Anitra Thorhaug, John Gallagher, Wawan Kiswara, Anchana Prathep, Xiaoping Huang, Tzuen-Kiat Yap, Jorge Lopez-Portillo, Jennifer Verduin, Jordan Barr, Helen Poulos, Tim Ku, Graeme Berlyn Monday, November 04 B9
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities Redefining karst windows through the microbial ecology of three coastal sinkholes Madison Davis, James Garey Monday, November 04 C1
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Abundance of Littorina irrorata and Tritia obsoleta at a “Gray” and “Green” Living Shoreline Kelsey Beachman, Devon Eulie, Mariko Polk Monday, November 04 C10
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Predation Effects on Mid-marsh Ribbed Mussel Mortality, Cluster Size, and Facilitation of Sporobolus Growth Colten Winter, Keith Walters Monday, November 04 C11
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Effects of longline oyster aquaculture on benthic invertebrate communities in Humboldt Bay, CA Hannah Coe, Mark Henderson Monday, November 04 C12
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities Predicting Microbial Community Structures from the Nutrient Profiles of Three Blue Holes Josie Knieriemen, Meghan Gordon, Robert Scharping, Madison Davis, Chelsea Dinon, James Garey Monday, November 04 C2
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities The Regulation of Bacterial Activity and Abundance by Environmental Parameters within a Subtropical Coastal Estuary Mark Prousalis, Matthew Schwartz, Arianna Simmering, Erika Neat-Headrick, Kelsey Hope, Leila Harris, Beija Gore, Barbara Albrecht, Jane Caffrey, Wade Jeffrey, Lisa Waidner Monday, November 04 C3
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III The influence of deep-sea shipwreck proximity on microbiome composition and species richness Rachel Moseley, Rachel Mugge, Anirban Ray, Melanie Damour, Leila Hamdan Monday, November 04 C4
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Clear as mud: Evaluating soft-bottom habitats in the Great LakesUsing sediment profile imaging (SPI) Janet Nestlerode, Elizabeth Hinchey Monday, November 04 C5
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Benthic emergence contributions to the ocean's biological carbon pump Keith Walters Monday, November 04 C6
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Is N-fixation in anoxic sediments tied to respiratory metabolism rather than need for fixed N? Robert Warren Howarth Monday, November 04 C7
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III What factors affect the distribution of ribbed mussels (Geukensia demissa) in the Georgia Salt Marshes? William Annis, John Carroll Monday, November 04 C8
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Meiofaunal behavioral observations and a new approach to their study Will Ballentine, Kelly Dorgan Monday, November 04 C9
Mud, macrofauna and microbes: An ode to benthos III Recovery of benthic macroinvertebrates after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Manisha Pant, David Johnson Monday, November 04 D1
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Sediment organic matter lability along an estuarine habitat gradient from coastal marsh to subtidal bay Mai Fung, W. Cyrus Clemo, John Lehrter, Behzad Mortazavi Monday, November 04 D10
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Physical properties and phosphorus cycling in wetland soil and estuarine sediments: implications for coastal restoration Peter Mates, John White, Sibel Bargu Monday, November 04 D11
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Evaluating the Long-term Effect of Small Dams on Regional Hydrological Response to Climate Change Yuanzhi Yao, Hanqin Tian, Susan Pan, Rongting Xu, Zihao Bian Monday, November 04 D12
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Effects of shoreline erosion on Chesapeake Bay water clarity Carl Friedrichs, Jessica Turner, Pierre St. Laurent, Marjorie Friedrichs Monday, November 04 D2
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Labile and recalcitrant sediment organic carbon pools in the Pearl River Estuary, southern China Zhonglian Lian, Zhijian Jiang, Xiaoping Huang, Songlin Liu, Jingping Zhang, Yunchao Wu Monday, November 04 D3
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Using high-frequency sensor networks to quantify terrestrial nitrogen sources to a coastal estuary Erin Seybold, Anna Braswell, Andria Greene, Emilio Grande, Margaret Zimmer Monday, November 04 D4
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Response of Microbial Processes Following Deployment of Artificial Reefs in the Northeast Gulf of Mexico Katherina Smyth, Juliana Giraldo, Beija Gore, Florian Cesbron, Wade Jeffrey, Melissa Ederington-Hagy, William Patterson, Lisa Waidner, Jane Caffrey Monday, November 04 D5
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Nitrogen loading to the Gulf of Mexico from Mississippi/Atchafalaya River Basin: A process-based modeling assessment Rongting Xu, Hanqin Tian, Susan Pan, Yuanzhi Yao, Wei-Jun Cai, Charles Hopkinson, Dubravko Justic, Steven Lohrenz, Chaoqun Lu, Wei Ren, Jia Yang Monday, November 04 D6
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Coastal eutrophication wetlands nitrogen purification potential limited by nitrite reduction processes Xiaoping Huang, Chunyu Zhao, Songlin Liu, Zhijian Jiang, Yunchao Wu Monday, November 04 D7
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Carbon fluxes across terrestrial and aquatic systems: A process-based modeling study in Mobile River Basin Zihao Bian, Susan Pan, Yuanzhi Yao, Hanqin Tian Monday, November 04 D8
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Spatio-temporal changes in dissolved organic matter composition and biodegradation throughout the GCE-LTER domain Maria Letourneau, Sylvia Schaefer, Patricia Medeiros Monday, November 04 D9
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Regional variation of Net Anthropogenic Nutrient Inputs in relation to nutrient loading Dennis Swaney, Robert Howarth Monday, November 04 E1
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Temporal observation of land-ocean coupling using multi-platform data Suhyun Kim, SoonMo An Monday, November 04 E10
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Seasonal Variability of the CO2 System Throughout the Chesapeake Bay Mainstem Jaclyn Friedman, Elizabeth Shadwick, Marjorie Friedrichs, Raymond Najjar, Olivia De Meo, Fei Da, Juliette Smith Monday, November 04 E11
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum The Ocean’s Alkalinity: Connecting geological and metabolic processes Bryce Van Dam, Helmuth Thomas Monday, November 04 E12
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Linkages between biogeochemical processes, external inputs, nutrient limitation, and eutrophication in a shallow coastal lagoon Roxanne Marino, Melanie Hayn, Robert Howarth Monday, November 04 E2
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Identifying the complex pathways of nitrate transport and removal in an agriculturally dominated estuary Andria Greene, Margaret Zimmer, Anna Braswell, Erin Seybold Monday, November 04 E3
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Carbon quality: effects on nitrogen removal and fungal succession in a constructed salt marsh Sommer Starr, Erin Smyth, Abigail Griffin Wood, Corianne Tatariw, Julia Cherry, Behzad Mortazavi, Taylor Ledford, Lorae Simpson Monday, November 04 E4
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Evaluating Dissimilatory Nitrate Reduction to Ammonia in Emerging and Eroding Wetlands of Louisiana Delta Plain Kiran Upreti, Kanchan Maiti, Victor Rivera-Monroy, Anne Giblin, Edward Castañeda-Moya Monday, November 04 E5
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Global-scale increasing trends in coastal eutrophication and primary productivity driven by anthroprogenic river nitrogen inputs Xiao Liu, Charles Stock, John Dunne, Minjin Lee, Elena Shevliakova, Sergey Malyshev Monday, November 04 E6
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Impacts of extreme freshwater discharge on net ecosystem metabolism in the York River Estuary, VA Michelle Woods, Iris Anderson, Mark Brush Monday, November 04 E7
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems CO2 flux kinetics in a shallow, windy, subtropical estuary Corrie Clark, Wade McGillis, Xinping Hu Monday, November 04 E8
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Carbonate system dynamics in Galveston Bay Larissa Dias, Xinping Hu, Hui Liu Monday, November 04 E9
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Low carbon storage efficiency in coastal wetlands driven by hydrologic export Lisamarie Windham-Myers, Matthew Bogard, Brian Bergamaschi, Sara Knox, David Butman Monday, November 04 F1
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Spatial and Tidal Variability Influence on the Ecosystem-Scale Methane Fluxes in a Tidal Salt Marsh Alma Vázquez-Lule, Margaret Capooci, Jocelyn Wardrup, Rodrigo Vargas Monday, November 04 F2
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Effects of increased nutrient deposition on a temperate ombrotrophic peat bog Sydni Law, Enrique Reyes Monday, November 04 F3
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Carbon sequestration by mangrove systems in the urban San Juan Bay Estuary, Puerto Rico Cathleen Wigand, Rose Martin, Meagan Gonneea, Autumn Oczkowski, Alana Hanson, Stephen Balogh, Benjamin Branoff, Emily Santos, Evelyn Huertas Monday, November 04 F4
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Evaluating soil and ecosystem respiration in a salt marsh in South Carolina Michelle Furbeck, Thomas O'Halloran, Erik Smith Monday, November 04 F5
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Can you dig it? Increased carbon stocks in eelgrass beds associated with sea otter presence Maggie Shields, Tiffany Stephens, Wendel Raymond, Lia Domke, Melanie Borup, Ginny Eckert Monday, November 04 F6
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Quantifying cross-shelf transport of carbon across the Louisiana shelf using radium isotopes. Michelle Anderson, Kanchan Maiti, Z. George Xue Monday, November 04 F7
Carbon fluxes in coastal systems Carbon and nutrient concentrations spatiotemporal assessment in prograding and degraded deltas in coastal Louisiana Ivan Vargas-Lopez, Victor Rivera-Monroy, Kanchan Maiti, Z. George Xue, Eurico D'Sa, Christopher Madden Monday, November 04 F8
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Evaluating spatial-temporal trends of Indian River Lagoon essential fish habitat, forage fish and their predators Michelle Shaffer, Kristy Lewis, Timothy MacDonald, Kevin Thompson Monday, November 04 G1
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Blue invaders: evidence for a northern range expansion of Callinectes sapidus Blair Morrison, Jason Goldstein Monday, November 04 G10
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Energy Density and Foraging Values of Invasive Lionfish in a Coupled Foraging-Bioenergetic Model Hanna Bauer, Cassandra Glaspie Monday, November 04 G11
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Association behavior between round scad and sand tiger sharks on SharkCam may be mutually beneficial Nicholas Coleman, Erin Burge Monday, November 04 G12
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Does landscape-scale restoration of hundredfold, 0.5-m^3 oyster patch reefs enhance estuarine fish communities Owen Mulvey-McFerron, Jonathan Lucas, Pat Donovan-Brandenburg, Joel Fodrie Monday, November 04 G2
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Environmental Drivers of Southern Flounder Juvenile Recruitment in Alabama Coastal Waters Meghan Angelina, Matthew Catalano, Troy Farmer Monday, November 04 G3
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Habitat-specific recruitment of southern flounder to Alabama’s fisheries Jared Chrisp, Matthew Catalano, Troy Farmer Monday, November 04 G4
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Fish assemblage and abundance differences between the St. Catherines Island and Satilla River estuaries Abigail Bickle, Kathleen Coleman, Dharma Thiruvaiyaru, Sankar Sethuraman, Jessica Reichmuth, Bruce Saul Monday, November 04 G5
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Patterns of habitat use by Florida Largemouth Bass in upper Shark River, Everglades National Park Natasha Viadero, Rolando Santos, Jennifer Rehage Monday, November 04 G6
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Simple biochemistry can inform us about ecological interactions: thermal advantage of an invasive plant species Molly Miller, James Mahan, Timothy Sherman Monday, November 04 G7
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Clinging Jellyfish: An Emerging Threat to Human Health in New England Estuaries Kristin Kelly, Reuben Macfarlan Monday, November 04 G8
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts The Asian shore crab, Hemigrapsus sanguineus, invasion may be facilitated by high pesticide tolerance Aaren Freeman, Himlir Louima, Alexandra Henaghan, Vanesa Martinez, Erin Taub, ReginaLena McManus Monday, November 04 G9
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Effects of brown tide on recruitment and adult survival of the eastern oyster: field results Linda Walters, Edward Phlips, Susan Badylak, Giovanna McClenachan, Paul Sacks, Melinda Donnelly Monday, November 04 H1
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Monitoring cyanobacterial blooms using high-spatial resolution satellite imagery Megan Coffer, Blake Schaeffer, Wilson Salls, Richard Zimmerman, Victoria Hill Monday, November 04 H10
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Gulf of Maine ecosystem change from satellite-derived biogeographic regions Luke Frankel, Collin Roesler Monday, November 04 H11
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Spectral analysis through LANDSAT images for monitoring the chlorophyll-a in a Andean lake in Chile Lien Rodriguez, Iongel Duran, Rodrigo Abarca, Rolando Cardenas, Oscar Parra, Lisdelys Gonzalez, Rebeca Martinez, Roberto Urrutia Monday, November 04 H12
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Can bivalves aid in Pyrodinium bahamense bloom mitigation? Sara Garcia, Cary Lopez, Sugandha Shankar, Kevin Vasquez-Cruz, Stephen Geiger, Katherine Hubbard, Leanne Flewelling Monday, November 04 H2
Advances in coastal harmful algal bloom science Impact of Harmful Algal Blooms on Dissolved Organic Carbon in the Lower York River Estuary Joshua Sacks, Mark Brush, Iris Anderson Monday, November 04 H3
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Tracking mosquito ditching restoration success in Mosquito Lagoon using GIS Jessica Phagan Monday, November 04 H4
Non-indigenous and invasive species in estuaries and coasts Deer browsing, native vegetation, and camphor tree invasion on a Georgia barrier island Dessa Dunn, Elizabeth King Monday, November 04 H5
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Integrating acoustic and optical remote sensing allows for SAV mapping in a turbid estuary Johannes Krause, Alejandro Hinojosa Corona, Elizabeth Watson Monday, November 04 H7
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Linkages between phytoplankton and oxygen in the Chesapeake Bay: Implications for mapping bottom oxygen demand Paul DiGiacomo, Guangming Zheng Monday, November 04 H8
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Effects of coastal acidification on the largest oyster reef in the western Mississippi Sound Ankita Katkar, Padmanava Dash, M. S. Sankar, Andrew Mercer, Robert Moorhead Monday, November 04 H9
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Dendrochronology of Rhizophora mangle from a subtropical estuary William Ellis, Christopher Miller Monday, November 04 I1
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Wetland restoration management actions: Effects on sediment and mercury flux in an estuarine tidal slough Maureen Downing-Kunz, Mark Marvin-DiPasquale Monday, November 04 I10
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Determining coastal urbanization impacts on tidal creeks and salt marshes along the Gulf of Mexico Samuel Bickley Monday, November 04 I11
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Automated detection of human footprints in coastal zone using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 images Ya Peng, Bo Tian, Chunpeng Chen, Xinyi Zhao, Ying Niu Monday, November 04 I12
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Importance of genetic variation within a foundation plant, Spartina alterniflora, for salt marsh resiliency Robyn Zerebecki, Randall Hughes Monday, November 04 I2
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide X Marks the spot: Suspected broadhead arrow injuries in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Alabama Merri Collins, Alissa Deming, David Rotstein, Jason Byrd, Ruth Carmichael Monday, November 04 I3
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Investigation of potential etiological agents and biological controls of a coral disease outbreak in Florida Valerie Paul, Greta Aeby, Blake Ushijima, Julie Meyer, Sharon Thompson, Lawrence Houk, Jennifer Sneed, M Jones, Claudia Häse Monday, November 04 I4
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Early recruitment of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) in Mississippi Sound. Chet Rakocinski, Leah Morgan Monday, November 04 I5
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Smithsonian’s MarineGEO: A global network documenting change in coastal marine ecosystems Maria Murray, Jonathan Lefcheck, Jacob Metzger, J. Emmett Duffy Monday, November 04 I6
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Controls on nitrous oxide distribution and air-water flux in estuarine waters Edward Hobbs, Jeremy Testa, Laura Lapham, Lora Harris Monday, November 04 i7
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Differences in carbon storage between a constructed and natural brackish marsh Erin Smyth, Julia Cherry, Abigail Griffin Wood, Taylor Ledford, Behzad Mortazavi, Lorae Simpson, Corianne Tatariw, Sommer Starr Monday, November 04 I8
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems The Effect of Human Alteration and Restoration in Tidal Systems Courtney Hammond, Christina Bradley Monday, November 04 I9
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. The independent and interactive effects of TBT and hypoxia on the oyster Crassostrea virginica Ann Barnett, James Gledhill, Deborah Gochfeld, Robert Griffitt, Kristine Willett, Jarett Bell, Greg Easson, Stephanie Showalter-Otts, Marc Slattery Monday, November 04 J1
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Tidal Marsh Production under Shaded Conditions: Does Forest Canopy Closure Mediate Rates of Transgression? Irina Beal, LeeAnn Haaf Monday, November 04 J10
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Recovery of a tidal freshwater marsh after four years of continuous seawater additions, Georgia, USA. Courtney Mobilian, Dontrece Smith, Sarah Widney, Evan Monnett, Joseph Shubauer-Berigan, Christopher Craft Monday, November 04 J11
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Tidal elevations of UK saltmarshes: implications for the impacts of rising sea level Gallab Alotaibi, Alastair Grant Monday, November 04 J12
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Gene expression analysis in the Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) exposed to hypoxic conditions Ann Barnett, James Gledhill, Deborah Gochfeld, Kristine Willett, Marc Slattery, Greg Easson, Jarett Bell, Stephanie Showalter-Otts Monday, November 04 J2
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Fine-scale distribution of gelatinous zooplankton in stratified waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico shelf Luciano Chiaverano, Adam Greer, Valerie Cruz, Christian Briseño-Avena, Frank Hernandez, Robert Cowen, William "Monty" Graham Monday, November 04 J3
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Seasonal dynamic of microbial communities responding to hypoxia events in Jinhae Bay, South Korea Eunhye Jo, Yunjung Park, Bongkeun Song, SoonMo An, Jaeho Cha Monday, November 04 J4
Impacts of coastal hypoxia on fishes, food webs and ecosystems. Blending indigenous knowledge with emerging sensor technologies to alleviate hypoxia in traditional coastal Hawaiian fishponds Kirstin Thompson, Brian Glazer, Stanley Lio, Keli’i Kotubetey Monday, November 04 J5
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Asymmetric Root Distributions in Coastal Forests Retreating With Sea Level Rise Tyler Messerschmidt, Matthew Kirwan Monday, November 04 J6
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Ship wakes in Tampa Bay estimated from AIS ship tracking data Steven Meyers, Mark Luther, Gary Raulerson, Katie Conrad, Gianfranco Basili Monday, November 04 J7
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Ship Wakes in Tampa Bay: A Potential Public-Private Partnership to Address Shoreline Erosion Katie Conrad, Mark Luther, Steven Meyers, Gary Raulerson, Gianfranco Basili Monday, November 04 J8
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Assessment of marsh vulnerability to sea level change within the Chesapeake Bay Sentinel Site Cooperative Erin Reilly, William Reay, Scott Lerberg Monday, November 04 J9
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Impacts of Submerging and Emerging Shorelines on Various Biota and Indigenous Alaskan Harvesting Patterns Adelaide Johnson, James Noel, David Gregovich, Linda Kruger Monday, November 04 K1
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling High salinity events in a riverine estuary: when and why do they happen? Joan Sheldon, Merryl Alber Monday, November 04 K10
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Mapping the migration pattern of the Hurricane Harvey Flood Deposit on the Brazos Subaqueous Delta Christena Hoelscher, Timothy Dellapenna, James Churchill, Zhaohui Aleck Wang, Eyal Wurgaft Monday, November 04 K11
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Ground-truthing coastal dune features automatically delineated from airborne lidar Eve Eisemann, Bill Funderburk, Lauren Dunkin, Michael Hartman, Jennifer Wozencraft, Davin Wallace Monday, November 04 K12
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Carbon and nitrogen content of soils and plants in agricultural fields and mallow-planted buffers. E. Victoria Long, Linda Blum Monday, November 04 K2
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Determining Suitability of Sediments for Rebuilding Drowned Coastal Wetlands Kirk Raper, Brittany Wilburn, Camila Ibarra, Andrew Gray, Kenneth Raposa, Elizabeth Watson Monday, November 04 K3
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Assessing beneficial use of dredge material to protect historic sites in coastal Georgia. Claudia Venherm, Colby Peffer, Clark Alexander Monday, November 04 K4
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Assessing the state of climate adaptation in the marine and coastal United States Rachel Gregg, Kathryn Braddock Monday, November 04 K5
Exploring interdisciplinary and collaborative sea-level rise research for coastal adaptation Understanding the increased cost of storm surge flooding under sea level rise Diana Del Angel, David Yoskowitz, Matthew Bilskie, Scott Hagen, Katya Wowk Monday, November 04 K6
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Rising water temperatures in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary threaten coral reefs Sara Wilson, James Fourqurean Monday, November 04 K7
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Trends and extremes in summer water temperature in Virginia’s coastal bays Patricia Wiberg Monday, November 04 K8
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling The effects of weather events on coastal aquifer recharge and submarine groundwater discharge Mary Brandon Scott, D. Alex Beebe, Bret Webb Monday, November 04 K9
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) recovery trajectory following a severe freeze event in Galveston, Texas Jamie Thompson, Anna Armitage Monday, November 04 L1
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Cloudy with a chance of microplastics: Contamination in the Indian River Lagoon associated with stormwater Jacklyn Condon, Casey Craig, Linda Walters Monday, November 04 L10
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Quantifying microplastic pollution in a Florida estuary Casey Craig, Linda Walters, Jessy Wayles, Emily Dark, Kirk Fusco, Vincent Encomio, Glenn Coldren, David Fox Jr, Lei Zhai Monday, November 04 L11
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Can polarized light be applied to illuminate microplastic pollution? Christine Knauss, Jacob Goodwin, Sairah Malkin, Christine Thompson, Elizabeth North Monday, November 04 L12
Impact of weather and extreme events: observations, analysis, and modeling Tidal marsh response to sediment deposition from seasonal storms Andrea Stumpf, Nathaniel Weston, Lori Sutter Monday, November 04 L2
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Lethal and sub-lethal effects of imidacloprid to School Prawn, Metapenaeus macleayi, and implications for fisheries Catherine McLuckie, Natalie Moltschaniwskyj, Troy Gaston, Hugh Dunstan, Marcus Cromption, Matthew Taylor Monday, November 04 L3
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Vitellogenin (VtG) expression in the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus: An indication of intersex? Shannon Gregory, Jessica Reichmuth, Jennifer Cannon Monday, November 04 L4
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Contaminants disrupt aquatic trophic interactions via decreased predator efficiency Lauren Clance, Shelby Ziegler, Joel Fodrie Monday, November 04 L5
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Assessment of oil spill effects and restoration methods for smooth cordgrass in salt marsh mesocosms Peter Key, Paul Pennington, Katy Chung, Marie DeLorenzo Monday, November 04 L6
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Determining the photochemical fate of organic UV filters commonly found in sunscreen Jessalyn Davis, Michael Gonsior, Leanne Powers Monday, November 04 L7
Traditional and Emerging Contaminants in the Coastal Zone Are contaminants playing a role in South Florida bonefish decline? Nicholas Castillo, Jennifer Rehage, Tomas Brodin, Jerker Fick, Rolando Santos, Aaron Adams, Ross Boucek, Mike Larkin Monday, November 04 L8
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Our coasts are trashed, now what? Seeking effective trash solutions from urban creek monitoring data Theresa Talley, Nina Venuti Monday, November 04 L9
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Microplastics in the Mississippi River Basin Kerrin Toner, Mark Benfield, Ahmed Gad, Stephen Midway Monday, November 04 M1
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned To wake, or not to wake? Payton Billingsley, Gillian Palino, Nigel Temple, Matthew Virden, Anna Linhoss, Eric Sparks Monday, November 04 M10
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Living Shoreline at Naval Weapons Station Earle, Raritan Bay, NJ Meredith Comi, Allison Fitzgerald Monday, November 04 M11
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Innovative restoration techniques for the next generation of living shorelines projects at Bayou LaBatre, Alabama Kate Haynes, Meg Goecker, Kevin Hanegan, Nick Cox, Chris Williams, Mary Kate Brown Monday, November 04 M12
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Utilizing potato chip waste for intertidal oyster reef restoration William Giles, Linda Walters, Paul Sacks Monday, November 04 M2
Marine plastic pollution from nano- to macro-scale: fate, effects, solutions Engaging the Fishing Community to Remove Marine Debris and Quantify Impacts Alyssa Rodolfich, Sarah Cunningham, Ben Posadas, Caitlin Wessel, Thao Vu, Ryan Bradley, Eric Sparks Monday, November 04 M3
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Assessing the Resiliency of Connecticut Salt Marshes under Increasing Nitrogen Loading Sarah Crosby, Devan Shulby Monday, November 04 M4
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Effect of salt marsh plant species diversity on community resilience to topical sediment addition Laura Hollander, Katharyn Boyer, Matthew Ferner Monday, November 04 M5
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Nitrogen Removal Potential of Floating Wetlands; Preliminary Results from a Mesocosm Study Isabel Sanchez-Viruet, Lora Harris, Allan Straughan, Jeremy Testa Monday, November 04 M6
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned The sedimentary effectiveness of marsh terracing as a restoration technique in coastal marshes in Louisiana Marie Mathews, Mead Allison Monday, November 04 M7
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Optimizing Marsh Terrace Design for Wetland Restoration and Avian Habitat Associations Adam Skarke, Michael Brasher, Brian Davis, Anna Linhoss, Robert Moorhead, Mark Woodrey, Mehdi Armandei, Joseph French, Madelyn McFarland, Raul Osorio Morillo, Fernando Vizcarra Monday, November 04 M8
Living shorelines and marsh nature-based infrastructure: lessons learned Effect of R. mangle developmental stage and shell bag presence on living shoreline restoration success Rebecca Fillyaw, Melinda Donnelly, Giovanna McClenachan, Linda Walters Monday, November 04 M9
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Recruitment and survival of black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) seedlings in Corpus Christi Bay, Tx Madelyn Harvey, C. Edward Proffitt, Donna Devlin Monday, November 04 N1
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Imaging Spectroscopy and Radar Data Integration for Assessing Vegetation Species Assemblage and Biomass Daniel Jensen, Kyle Cavanaugh, Marc Simard, Robert Twilley Monday, November 04 N10
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Toward the in situ ultrasonic sensing of blue carbon Gabriel Venegas, Megan Ballard, Kevin Lee, Preston Wilson, Abdullah Rahman Monday, November 04 N11
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Effects of Invasive Marsh Grass and Wave Energy on Shoreline Change and Essential Fish Habitat Erin Voigt, David Eggleston Monday, November 04 N2
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Spatial variability of submerged aquatic vegetation in the Delaware Estuary Roger Thomas, Kelly Somers, Kristin Regan, Michael Mansolino, Steve Donohue, Scott Haag, Michael Campagna, Christopher Vito Monday, November 04 N3
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Electronics overboard: using an inexpensive Arduino-based GPS-tracking sonde to measure flow in the Satilla River Courtney Morrison, Michael Laird, Joseph Hauger, Jessica Reichmuth Monday, November 04 N4
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Geospatial patterns of marsh dieback development and recovery using aerial photography, DGPS, and climatic conditions Christine Hladik, Jacque Kelly Monday, November 04 N5
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies A comparison of seagrass mapping techniques: traditional vs. emerging autonomous mapping at Cat Island, MS Clint Edrington, Just Cebrian Monday, November 04 N6
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Using SONAR methods to document changes in low-salinity submerged aquatic vegetation Joseph Luczkovich, Noah Gwynn, Jon Sherman, Hilde Speight, W. Judson Kenworthy Monday, November 04 N7
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Evaluating coastal restoration using drones J. Mason Harris, James Nelson, Glenn Suir Monday, November 04 N8
Mapping SAV and coastal habitats: drones and other recent technologies Using drones to determine seasonal variation in the area of seagrass meadows Emili Garretson, Kenji Sugimoto, Jessie Jarvis, W. Judson Kenworthy, Brandon Puckett Monday, November 04 N9
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Belowground traits of coastal dune species may impact rates of erosion Shannon Walker, Julie Zinnert, Fernando Tenjo Monday, November 04 O1
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Understanding below-ground feedbacks on seagrass seed-based restoration outcomes E. Fay Belshe, Falodun Bunmi, Achim Meyer, Mirta Teichberg Monday, November 04 O2
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Use of computed tomography to investigate the influence of elevation on marsh belowground biomass Gwen Miller, James Morris Monday, November 04 O3
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Effects of hydroperiod on the decomposition of belowground biomass in Wax Lake Delta, coastal Louisiana Denise Poveda, Andre Rovai, Alexandra Christensen, Robert Twilley Monday, November 04 O4
Plant-soil interactions across coastal ecosystems in a global change era Germination response to salinity of three Florida panhandle coastal dune plants Gabriel Campbell-Martinez, Mack Thetford, Deborah Miller Monday, November 04 O5

 

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Wednesday
Session Title Presentation Title Authors & Presenters Date of Presentation Position Assignment
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Providing fellowship opportunities through partnership, a Sea Grant model Maddie Kennedy, Nikola Garber, Jonathan Lilley Wednesday, November 06 A1
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Using interactive activities focused on seagrass ecosystems to teach children marine conservation and trophic ecology Jamila Roth, Laura Reynolds Wednesday, November 06 A10
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Bald Head Island Conservancy: 30 years of barrier island conservation, preservation, and education Elizabeth Darrow, Marissa Blackburn Wednesday, November 06 A11
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Conceptualizing human alteration and natural growth in estuaries and savannas (CHΔNGES): Year 1 Sandra Huynh, Dennis McGrury Wednesday, November 06 A12
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science A Louisiana Graduate Education Partnership: The Coastal Science Assistantship Program (CSAP) Summer Langlois Wednesday, November 06 A2
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Moving the Needle: Influencing STEM Identity and Desire among URM students in the USVI Jarvon Stout, Lawanda Cummings, Resa Berkley Wednesday, November 06 A3
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Restructuring an Undergraduate Marine Science Major to Incorporate Geospatial Intelligence Deanna Bergondo, Lucy Vlietstra, Karina Mrakovcich, Victoria Futch Wednesday, November 06 A4
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Tapping in to K-12 students to gather tree-ring data Clay Tucker, Jill Trepanier, Pamela Blanchard, James Jordan, John Nyman, Mark Schafer Wednesday, November 06 A5
Education partnerships in coastal and marine science Coastal Solutions Fellows Program: Building Resiliency Along the Pacific Flyway Osvel Hinojosa-Huerta, Viviana Ruiz-Gutierrez Wednesday, November 06 A6
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Using Hospitalized Children as Citizen-Scientists to Collect Data on Wading Bird Diversity and Abundance Jacob Hromyak, Linda Walters, Megan Nickels, Paul Sacks, Jessica Copertino Wednesday, November 06 A7
Using citizen science to address complex environmental problems Students help document mangrove disease and insect communities throughout the Caribbean Ryann Rossi, Craig A. Layman, Caren Cooper, Jean Ristaino, Amy Heemsoth, Olivia Patterson Maura Wednesday, November 06 A8
Outreach and engagement of our estuaries, coasts, and oceans Seagrass Monitoring in Pensacola Bay: A Partnership between Citizens and students Michael Swords, Victoria Henry, Barbara Albrecht, Rick O'Conner, Christina Verlinde, Jane Caffrey Wednesday, November 06 A9
Education: creative teaching to improve success for marine-focused undergraduate students Supporting Emerging Aquatic Scientists (SEAS) Your Tomorrow: Bridge to Ph.D. Program and Marine Science Opportunities Kaliegh Schlender, Kristin Wilson Grimes, Marilyn Brandt, Monica Medina, Carrie Jo Bucklin, Nastassia Jones</