BEPSII meeting registration, April 3-5, La Jolla, CA, USA
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Please fill out all columns on this form. Please book your own room at La Jolla Shores Hotel, where discounted rates are available.
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NameEmailInstitutionPresentation title (optional)
Presentation type (oral or poster)
Dietary restrictionsCountry
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Lisa Millerlisa.miller@dfo-mpo.gc.caIOS-DFO"That's Not What It Was Designed For": Breaking CO2 System Sensors in Polar WatersposterVegetarianCanada
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Nadja Steinernadja.steiner@canada.caIOS-DFOLinking Climate Change effects on sea ice habitat to community impacts
OralnoneCanada
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Jeff Bowmanjsbowman@ucsd.eduScripps Institution of OceanographyTBDbreakout
noneUS
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Brent Elsebelse@ucalgary.caUniversity of CalgaryOxygen, salt, and heat exchange measured at the ice-ocean interface during the ice algae bloom periodposternoneCanada
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Klaus Meinersklaus.meiners@aad.gov.auAADTBD (TG update and something else)
Poster and maybe breakout session
noneAustralia
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Letizia Tedescoletizia.tedesco@environment.fiFinnish Environment Institute (SYKE)
Anticipated microalgae viability of first-year sea ice in the Arctic Ocean (+ tasks updates)
poster (+ tasks updates on Monady morning + 2 adhoc meetings for my tasks on Wednesday afternoon)
vegetarianFinland
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Daiki Nomura
daiki.nomura@fish.hokudai.ac.jp
Hokkaido UniversityCO2 release over younger and thinner Arctic sea ice
posternone
Japan
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James Francej.france@uea.ac.ukUniversity of East Anglia
Experiments from the Roland von Glasow Sea-Ice Chamber (+ how to get access funding) (will also talk about CATCH, the new IGAC project)
Oral if possiblenoneUK
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Marie Kotovitchmarie.kotovitch@ulg.ac.beUniversity of LiègeYROSIAE : A landfast sea ice paradigmOralvegetarianBelgium
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CJ Mundycj.mundy@umanitoba.caUniversity of ManitobaSea ice nutrient measurements: the role of ice algal intracellular nutrientsOral if possiblenoneCanada
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Giulia Castellanigiulia.castellani@awi.deAWIModeling Arctic sea-ice algae: Physical drivers of spatial distribution and algae phenologyOralvegetarianGermany
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Fripiat Françoisf.fripiat@mpic.deMPICnone (except for ECV-ice)noneGermany
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Ana M. Aguilar-Islasamaguilarislas@alaska.eduUAFDistribution of trace metals in the Arctic sea ice environment during summer 2015posternoneUSA
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Daniela Koenigkoenigd@student.ethz.chIOS-DFOCarbon dynamics during the formation of sea ice at different growth ratesoralnoneCanada
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Martin Vancoppenolle
martin.vancoppenolle@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr
CNRSTBDi dont like corn very muchFrance
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Marion Lebrun
marion.lebrun@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr
LOCEANFuture Arctic sea ice seasonality: drivers and impacts on light supplyposternoneFrance
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Max Thomasmax.thomas@uea.ac.ukUniversity of East AngliaTwo modes of pressure build up in young sea icepostervegetarian UK
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Bonnie Raffelbonnie.raffel@mpimet.mpg.deUniversity of Hamburg + MPIMET Quantifying the extinction coefficient of thin sea ice through in-situ measurements
noneGermany
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Florian Demanfdeman@vub.ac.beVrije Universiteit BrusselTBDPosternoneBelgium
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Janne-Markus Rintalajanne.rintala@helsinki.fiUniversity of Helsinki
The phases of wintertime succession in the northern Baltic Sea with emphasis on microalgae in sea ice and water column - Enberg, Majaneva, Autio, Blomster & Rintala
OralnoneFinland
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Ollie Leggeo.legge@uea.ac.ukUniversity of East AngliaThe seasonal cycle of carbonate system processes in Ryder Bay, West Antarctic Peninsula
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Eric Mortensonericmort@uvic.caUniversity of VictoriaModeling carbon exchange in the seasonally ice-covered marine ArcticOralNone
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Jacqueline Stefelsj.stefels@rug.nlUniversity of Groningen
Short summary of the COST-Action proposal. If time is available, I can give a presentation on "ice-pelagic coupling of DMS(P) dynamics in Ryder Bay, Antarctica"
OralflexitarianNetherlands
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Delphine Lannuzel
delphine.lannuzel@utas.edu.au
University of Tasmania
High and temperature-dependant iron uptake by Antarctic sea-ice algae: results from in situ and temperature controlled short-term radiotracer incubations
OralnoneAustralia
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Melissa Chiericimelissa.chierici@imr.noInstitute of Marine Research and UNISTBDTBDnoneNorway
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Agneta Franssonagneta.fransson@npolar.noNorwegian Polar InstituteTBDPosternoneNorway
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Maria Vernetmvernet@ucsd.eduScripps Institution of OceanographyMulti-year sea ice in the Weddell Gyre
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Jens Ehnjens.ehn@umanitoba.caUniversity of ManitobaSpectral light transmission through landfast sea ice during the melt season in southern Baffin BayPosternoneCanada
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Orinya Okechukwucerase2000@gmail.com
Centre for Environmental Resources and sustainable Ecosystem
Effects of Arctic Sea Ice Decline on Weather and Climate: a reviewPosterNoneNigeria
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