Here is the agenda for the October 16-18, 1995 U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program scientific investigators' workshop, subject to any last minute adjustments.
As a reminder, lunches and dinners will be provided for those
who wish to partake. The cost will be:
Lunch: $8.00 per day ($24.00 for all three days)
Monday buffet: $16.00
Tuesday dinner: $18.50
Total for all three days: $58.50
If you have any special dietary requests, please let us know immediately. Payment can be made in advance or at the door (payable to WHOI).
See you on Monday, October 16th!
Cheers, Bob Groman and Chip Clancy
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA
Date: October 16, 1995 Location: Quissett Campus - Clark 507 Time: 0800 Coffee/fruit/rolls 0830 Welcome Introduction to workshop Organization Details Presentations 0845 Overview of the U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Study 0910 Session I: Bank-wide Structures (David Mountain/Chair, Ann Bucklin & Dan Lynch/Rapporteur) Physics: 0915 John Loder Large-Scale Hydrographic and Circulation Variability in the Georges Bank Region 0930 Peter Smith Monitoring the inflows to the Gulf Of Maine 0945 David Mountain The bank wide hydrography during the 1995 field season (Maureen Taylor ) 1000 Jim Bisagni Satellite and drifter evidence for Maine coastal current flow onto Georges Bank 1015 Break 1030 Christopher Naimie Prognostically modeled winter and summer circulation on Georges Bank 1045 Glen Gawarkiewicz The shelf break front 1100 Bob Beardsley The 1995 ARGOS drifter program (Dick Limeburner) 1115 Charles Flagg The 1995 ADCP program (Julio Candela) 1130 Rich Fairbanks The application of oxygen isotope analysis for water source identification Biology: 1145 Steve Bollens Three-dimensional distribution and abundance of zooplankton on Georges Bank, 1939-1941, with comments on the effects of storm events (Mary Landsteiner, Cabell Davis, Andy Solow) 1200 Lunch - Outside Clark 507 1300 Carol Meise Spatial and seasonal patterns in abundance and age composition of Calanus finmarchicus and Pseudocalanus spp. in the Gulf of Maine and on Georges Bank: 1977-1987 1315 Barbara Sullivan Temporal Trends in abundance of invertebrate predators MARMAP data 1978-1988 (Carol Meise) 1320 Ted Durbin Bank wide surveys of biomass and species distribution of zooplankton, and abundance and age structures of the target species 1335 Jack Green Broad-scale larval fish feeding studies: preliminary analysis of April and May 'starburst' stations (Tony Chute, Rebecca Jones) 1350 Ann Bucklin Patterns of dispersal and sources of recruitment of Georges Bank zooplankton, including Calanus finmarchicus 1405 David Townsend Hydrography, chlorophyll, nutrients, and larval cod distributions and age structure on Georges Bank in April and May of 1993 and 1994 1420 Barbara Sullivan Bank wide distribution, sources and suspension of planktonic hydroids, 1994 and 1995 (Steve Bollens, Stephanie Concelman, Erich Horgan, Mari Butler, Larry Madin, Donna Van Keuren) 1435 William Michaels Spacial changes in the density distributions of larval cod and haddock, and their potential fish predators on Georges Bank during the spring of 1994 and 1995 (Michael Fogarty, Gina Reppucci, Mark Robinson) 1450 Charlie Miller Storage lipids in Calanus on Georges Bank, seasonal changes and analytical practice 1505 Break 1520 Elizabeth Clarke Seasonal patterns in enzyme activities and condition of larval fish and copepods on Georges Bank (presented by Ann Bucklin) 1535 Peter Wiebe Acoustical estimation of the distribution of zooplankton biomass on Georges Bank (Tim Stanton, Charles Greene, Mark Benfield) Modeling: 1550 Wendell Brown Climatological box modeling of the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank region (Frank Bub) 1605 Cisco Werner Larval cod and haddock trophodynamics and transport - further considerations on the effects of turbulence (Greg Lough, Ian Perry, Christopher Naimie, Dan Lynch, Brian MacKenzie) 1620 Daniel Lynch Modeling Georges Bank zooplankton dynamics in realistic flow fields 1635 Benoit Cushman- Southern flank currents Roisin (Doug Morgan) 1650 James Manning Tracking the advection of cod-haddock larvae spawned on northeastern Georges Bank in 1995 (Greg Lough, Christopher Naimie) 1830 Reception/Buffet Dinner - Quissett Campus - Clark 507 Date: October 17, 1995 Location: Quissett Campus - Clark 507 Time: 0800 Coffee/fruit/rolls 0830 Fred Page Seasonal variation in cod and haddock egg and larval distributions on Georges Bank in relation to particle residence times (Mike Sinclair, Greg Lough, Peter Berrien, John Loder, Christopher Naimie, Randy Losier, et. al.) 0845 Greg Lough Case studies of retentive circulation features of cod-haddock eggs and larvae on Georges Bank in 1978, 1980, 1983, and 1985 (Peter Berrien, Jim Manning, Cisco Werner, John Loder, Fred Page, Charles Hannah, Christopher Naimie, Ian Perry, Mike Sinclair, Dan Lynch) 0900 Changsheng Chen A Coupled Physical-Biological Model of Georges Bank (Peter Franks) Panel discussion: 0915 Bank-wide patterns in physics and biology and possible causes for the patterns, e.g. Scotian Shelf intrusion, ring influences, inter-annual temperature differences, storm induced transport, differences in biomass or species patterns between months and years, etc. 1000 Break 1015 Session II: Stratification and Its Effects (Bob Beardsley/Chair, Dian Gifford & Ted Durbin/Rapporteur) Physical oceanographic setting: 1020 Jeff Van Keuren Optical conditions across Georges Bank including the influence of stratification 1035 Jim Bisagni Retrospective analyses of SST and stratification 1050 Jim Irish Moored sites bottom surveys 1055 Jim Irish Preliminary look at the long-term moored array data 1105 Bob Beardsley Preliminary look at the vertical stratification at ST1 (Steve Lentz, Bob Weller) 1120 Jim Manning Preliminary look at moored data at ST2 1135 Russ Burgett Georges Bank microstructure measurements, spring 1995 1150 Jim Churchill The 1995 bottom tripod program (Sandy Williams, Sandra Werner) 1155 Jim Churchill Water Displacements and Horizontal Dispersion over the Southern Flank; Results from GPS Drifter Tracking (Jim Manning) 1205 Lunch - Outside Clark 507 1300 Peter Garrahan Short term drifter tracks by our ARGOS/GPS drifters made at each station during the process cruises 1315 Dan Lynch Model generated turbulence patterns on Georges Bank (Christopher Naimie ) Biological: 1330 Mike Sieracki Vertical distributions of phytoplankton, nanozooplankton and microzooplankton (Dian Gifford) 1345 Scott Gallager VPR sampling during the stratification study (Cabell Davis, Carin Ashjian, Phil Alatalo, Mark Benfield) 1400 Mark Berman Acoustic determination of fine scale plankton distribution of zooplankton on Georges Bank (Jack Green, Van Holliday) 1415 Ted Durbin Age structures of the target species over time at the drifter sites and inferences of growth and mortality from these (Jack Green, Van Holliday) 1430 Dian Gifford Copepod feeding on phytoplankton, nanozooplankton and microzooplankton (Mike Sieracki) 1445 Jeff Runge Calanus recruitment rates: January-June, 1995 1500 Break 1515 Bob Campbell Growth of Calanus as measured by molting rates and changes in carbon and nitrogen content 1525 Melissa Wagner Growth and physiological condition of Calanus as inferred from RNA/DNA ratios 1535 Elaine Caldarone Nutritional condition of cod and haddock larvae from Georges Bank during May, 1993 and May, 1994 (Kate Lindner, Lawrence Buckley) 1550 Scott Gallager Young cod larvae feed exclusively on microzooplankton from natural plankton assemblages 1605 Greg Lough Is there an optimal relationship between turbulence and larval fish feeding success? (David Mountain, Elisabeth Broughton, Bruce Burns, Marie Kiladis) 1620 Lew Incze Vertical profiles of theoretical contact rates between larval cod and their naupliar prey in light of recent turbulence measurements 1635 Michael Moore Field and laboratory evaluation of cell proliferation in copepods and larval fish (Bruce Woodin, Michael Morss, Carolyn Miller, John Stegeman) 1650 Larry Madin Distribution, abundance and feeding biology of invertebrate predators (Grace Klein-MacPhee, Barbara Sullivan, Mari Butler, Erich Horgan, Steve Bollens) 1830 Dinner - Clark 507 Date: October 18, 1995 Location: Redfield Auditorium (note location change) Time: 0800 Coffee/fruit/rolls 0830 Pamela Blades- Investigations of larval diapause Eckelbarger in Calanus finmarchicus (Nancy Marcus) Modeling studies: 0845 Panel discussion: Does stratification make any difference to the target species (e.g. vertical distributions, vital rates) and what impact does this have on their population dynamics? 0930 Session III: Population Dynamics of Target Species (Charlie Miller/Chair, Cabell Davis & Dan Lynch/Rapporteur) 0935 Mike Fogarty Development of Stage-Structured Models of Fish Community Dynamics 0950 Ann Bucklin Oligonucleotide-probe based identification of sibling species and their application for population dynamic studies 1005 Break 1020 Cisco Werner Individual based model of cod and haddock larvae (Greg Lough, Ian Perry, Christopher Naimie) 1035 Andrew Leising Larval cod and haddock on Georges Bank: a model with temperature, prey size and turbulence forcing (Peter Franks) 1050 Glenn Flierl Use of EOF's to characterize population stage structure in models (Cabell Davis) Panel discussion: 1105 What additional data are needed to enhance the modeling effort? 1120 Session IV: Hot topics discussion (Steve Bollens/Chair, Greg Lough/Rapporteur) Possible topics include: Calanus/Pseudocalanus paradigms, Hydroids, Turbulence, Chaetoceros patch, and Sandstorms. [Add to list during workshop] 1200 Lunch -Outside Redfield Auditorium 1300 Session V: Wrap Up 1305 Peter Wiebe AGU ASLO Plans 1320 Robert Groman Update on Data Management Issues 1335 Peter Wiebe Updates on International Programs and Cooperative Research 1350 Other items 1400 Workshop ends Those interested in 1996 cruises stay to discuss: Planning for 1996 cruises Logistics Broad-scale station locations and protocol