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Session 3. BIO Topic Session
The Practical Handbook at 50: A celebration of the life and career of Tim Parsons

Co-Convenors: James Christian (Canada) and Tsuneo Ono (Japan)

The importance of Strickland and Parsons' A Practical Handbook of Seawater Analysis to the development of oceanographic science is difficult to overstate. The first version of the book, A Manual of Sea Water Analysis, was published by the Fisheries Research Board of Canada in 1960. Half a century on, we are in a position to examine the role that this manual and its descendants have played in the development of biological and chemical oceanography. This session invites papers on the role that the development and standardization of analytical methods has played in the evolution of oceanography, and the evolution of our understanding of planktonic ecosystems that methodological innovation has catalyzed.

 
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
 

Yukihiro Nojiri (Invited)
Good on board practice for ocean carbon measurement and efforts toward international collaboration (S3-6768)
(pdf, 1.9 Mb)

 

David L. Mackas (Invited)
“You can learn a lot by looking”: The importance of exploratory observation (and occasional surprise) in biological oceanographic discovery (S3-6657)
(pdf, 0.9 Mb)

 

Michio Aoyama and David J. Hydes (Invited)
The new era of nutrients measurements in seawater with RM/CRM and the new manual: The joint IOC-ICES Study Group on Nutrient Standards (SGONS) and recent progress (S3-6547)
(pdf, 2.5 Mb)

 

James R. Christian
Evolution of marine microbial ecology (S3-6568)
(pdf, 0.8 Mb)

 

K. Banse, S.W.A. Naqvi, J.R. Postel and P.V. Narvekar
Twists in estimating temporal O2 changes in oxygen minimum zones from old O2 data (S3-6514)
(pdf, 0.2 Mb)

 

Frank Whitney and Janet Barwell-Clarke
Challenges in observing long term trends in oxygen and nutrients: Ocean Station P as an example (S3-6863)
(pdf, 0.8 Mb)

 

Andrew G. Dickson
Measuring pH in seawater: Prejudice, practice and pitfalls (S3-6868)
(pdf, 1.5 Mb)

 
 
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