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Session 8. POC/BIO Topic Session
Anthropogenic perturbations of the carbon cycle and their impacts in the North Pacific

Co-Convenors: James Christian (Canada) and Toshiro Saino (Japan)

Accumulation of anthropogenic carbon and associated changes in ocean chemistry ("ocean acidification") affect all of the world’s oceans. Anthropogenic CO2 has multiple feedbacks to ocean chemistry and biology, such as reduction of calcification, shifts in phytoplankton species composition, and dissolution of particulate or sedimentary carbonates. The carbon system can also be affected by other anthropogenic factors such as changes in river flow and aeolian dust deposition. Carbon and nutrient biogeochemistry will be affected both directly and indirectly by ocean acidification. This session invites papers that address the biogeochemistry of anthropogenic carbon (processes controlling its distribution, processes by which it alters ocean chemistry), other anthropogenic impacts on carbon and nutrient cycles, acidification impacts on marine biota, and feedbacks among these.

October 27, 2009

Richard E. Zeebe (Invited)
The future ocean: More acid, less calcifying, and more transparent to sound? (S8-5658)


Shu Saito and Akihiko Murata
Decadal changes in CaCO3 saturation state along 179°E in the Pacific Ocean (S8-5842)
(pdf, 0.5 Mb)


Christopher L. Sabine, Richard A. Feely, François M.M. Morel, Eric S. Egleston and Dana Greeley
Past and present trends in ocean carbon uptake and storage in the North Pacific (S8-5888)
(pdf, 3 Mb)


Tsuneo Ono and A-line monitoring team
Interannual variation of DIC in the Oyashio region along the A-line transect (S8-5625)
(pdf, 1.3 Mb)


Lauren W. Juranek, Richard A. Feely, William T. Peterson, Simone R. Alin, Jay Peterson, Kitack Lee, Christopher L. Sabine and Burke Hales
A novel method for determining seasonal variations in aragonite saturation state in the eastern North Pacific continental shelf using multi-parameter analysis (S8-5883)


James R. Christian
The future ocean carbon cycle: Projections with the Canadian Earth System Model CanESM1


Keith B. Rodgers, Laurent Bopp, Olivier Aumont, Daniele Iudicone, Jorge L. Sarmiento, Anand Gnanadesikan and John Dunne
Changes in North Pacific Delta pCO2 and air-sea CO2 fluxes over the 21st century in coupled models (S8-5904)
(pdf, 0.8 Mb)


Steven S. Rumrill, Alicia R. Helms and Adam S. DeMarzo
Long-term pH shift in a Pacific Northwest estuary: Potential relationship between ocean acidification and alkalinity within the South Slough (Coos Bay, Oregon, USA) (S8-5950)


Tae-Wook Kim, Kitack Lee, Richard A. Feely, Christopher L. Sabine, Hae Jin Jeong and Kwang Young Kim
Prediction of East/Japan Sea acidification over the past 40 years using a multiple-parameter regression model (S8-5780)


Ryo Kimura, Hideki Takami, Tsuneo Ono, Toshihiro Onitsuka and Yukihiro Nojiri
Effects of elevated pCO2 on early development of the Ezo abalone Haliotis discus hannai (S8-5784)


Shinya Fukuda, Iwane Suzuki, Takeo Hama and Yoshihiro Shiraiwa
Control of seawater pH by the coccolithophorid, Emiliania huxleyi (Haptophyceae) (S8-5841)


Takeo Hama, Shoko Kawashima, Yuhi Satoh, Koich Shimotori, Yuko Omori, Taiki Adachi, Shun Hasegawa, Hiroko Endoh, Takeshi Nakayama, Isao Inoue, Takashi Midorikawa, Masao Ishii, Shu Saitoh and Daisuke Sasano
Experimental study on the effect of ocean acidification on microbial structure and bioelemental cycles (S8-5693)

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