Symposium Schedule (last update - May 7)  
May 20 S 2.1: Marine carbon cycling and other biogeochemical cycles
10:30 Introduction by Convenors
10:35 Christopher L. Sabine (Invited)
Decadal changes in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean inorganic carbon inventories
11:00 Andrew J. Watson (Invited)
The changing uptake of CO2 by the North Atlantic Ocean
11:25 Nicolas Metzl
What can surface fCO2 measurements tell us about the evolution of the Southern Ocean CO2 sink?
11:40 John C. Fyfe
Negative feedback of poleward intensifying Southern Hemisphere winds on atmospheric CO2 in the 21st century
11:55 Andrew Lenton
The combined effects of rising atmospheric CO2 and declining stratospheric ozone on the past and future uptake of CO2 by the Southern Ocean
12:10 Claire Lo Monaco 
Natural and anthropogenic carbon changes in mode waters of the South West Indian Ocean
12:25 Galen A. McKinley
Advective impacts on North Atlantic carbon sink variability
12:40 Keith B. Rodgers
Altimetry helps to explain patchy changes in Repeat Hydrography carbon measurements
12:55 Jill A. Peloquin
Understanding the impact of physical forcing on Southern Ocean phytoplankton and primary production
13:10  Lunch
14:30 Michio Aoyama
An increase of silicic acid and nitrate concentrations along the pathway of Lower Circumpolar Deep Water in the Pacific Ocean: Results of snapshot comparisons
14:45 Toshiro Saino
Recent decrease of summer time nutrients in the mixed layer of North Pacific HNLC region
15:00 Kazuaki Tadokoro
Possible mechanism of decadal-scale variation in PO4 concentration in the western north Pacific, and the influence on ocean productivity
15:15 Masahiko Fujii
Seasonal and interannual variation of ocean carbon cycling in the western and eastern tropical-subtropical Pacific: A physical-biogeochemical modeling study
15:30 Julia Wohlers
The impact of rising sea surface temperature on the cycling of organic matter – An indoor mesocosm study
15:45 Richard B. Rivkin
Microbial dynamics and response to a changing polar ocean climate
16:00 Martin A. Montes-Hugo
Climate mediated changes in phytoplankton productivity and air-sea CO2 exchange on the Western Shelf of the Antarctic Peninsula over the last 30 years
16:15 Marie-Fanny Racault
Characterisation of phytoplankton blooms and their contributions to export production
16:30 Maya Robert
Formation of POC through interactions between TEP and mineral ballast
16:45 Marta Álvarez (May 7)
A higher storage of anthropogenic carbon in the Indian Ocean?
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