CERF 2019 Conference

CERF 2019 Conference Updates

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Post-Conference Resources

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CERF 2019 Film Festival 

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Estuaries and Coasts Town Hall

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CERF 2019 Mentorship Breakfast Video

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Live Stream Recordings

We have made available the recordings from the live streaming videos during CERF 2019! Please explore the videos below. 

CERF 2019 Opening Ceremony: Keynote Address and Scientific Awards

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CERF 2019 - Environmental Decision Making: How Can Natural and Social Scientists Contribute, and What Can They Expect?

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CERF 2019 - The Slave Schooner Clotilda: Hidden but Not Forgotten

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Coastal Science Outreach: Citizen Science and Communication

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Monday, 4 November
Conference Schedule

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Poster Sessions

Session Title Presentation Title Authors & Presenter Time of Presentation Room Assignment Presentation Format
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Machine learning to improve decision making for water management strategies, land use planning and policy Tricia Kyzar, James Colee 8:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Above the mud: a collaborative effort using unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for natural resource management Elizabeth Perotti, Anthony D'Andrea 8:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Dynamics and spread of invasive Phragmites during upland conversion to tidal marsh Keryn Gedan, Justus Jobe, Man Qi, Phoebe Shaw 8:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function A 35 year spatial-temporal analysis of serious Spartina alterniflora biomass declines in coastl Georgia John Schalles, Christine Hladik, John O'Donnell, Nicholas Nealy 8:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Wetland soil strength with emphasis on the impact of nutrients and sediments Navid Jafari, Brian Harris, Jack Cadigan, John Day, Charles Sasser, Cathleen Wigand, Angelina Freeman, James Pahl, Robert Lane, Leigh Anne Sharp, Gary Shaffer, Guerry Holm 8:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Long-term dynamic global river nitrogen loads to the coastal ocean Minjin Lee, Elena Shevliakova, Charles Stock, Sergey Malyshev, PCD Milly 8:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society A global review of tested and reported sound production in fishes Audrey Looby, Kieran Cox, Rodney Rountree, Francis Juanes, Charles Martin, Laura Reynolds 8:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities Source tracking microbial communities and metagenomes in the Columbia River estuarine turbidity maxima Byron Crump, Mariya Smith, Lydie Herfort, Holly Simon 8:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Linking land use to physical changes in Charleston’s estuaries and tidal creeks Breanne Hanson, Andrew Tweel, Norm Shea, Denise Sanger 8:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Ecosystems, human well-being and resilience: characterizing socio-ecological systems Built environment vulnerability: How does coastal development affect response and resilience to coastal hazards? Anna Braswell, Stefan Leyk 8:00 AM 204B Lightning
Ecosystems, human well-being and resilience: characterizing socio-ecological systems Using multiple methods to examine aspects of socio-ecological benefits from restoration projects Justin Bousquin, Richard Fulford, Marc Russell 8:08 AM 204B Lightning
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Machine-learning classifiers applied to sediment identification for coastal restoration near Ship Shoal in Louisiana Haoran Liu, Kehui Xu, Bin Li, Ya Han, Guandong Li 8:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting A multi-sensor approach for monitoring cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms in a large subtropical lake Abhishek Kumar, Deepak Mishra 8:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Nicholas Enwright, Michael Osland, Sinéad Borchert, Kereen Griffith 8:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Buying time: elevation capital extends life of marshes in the sediment-deficient Plum Island Estuary, MA Amy Langston, Ellen Herbert, Orencio Durant Vinent, Matthew Kirwan 8:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Decadal-scale coastal sea-level variability in the northern Gulf of Mexico: implications for coastal wetland sustainability Gregg Snedden, Robert Rohli 8:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Changes in Nitrogen loading from the Chesapeake Bay watershed since 1900: magnitude and attribution Susan Pan, Zihao Bian, Yuanzhi Yao, Hanqin Tian, Marjorie Friedrichs, Raymond Najjar, Eileen Hofmann 8:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Using hotspot analyses to identify long-term spatial patterns in common estuarine sportfish Janelle Johnson, H. Nathan Miller, Dave Blewett, Courtney Saari 8:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities The genomic capabilities of microbial communities track seasonal variation in Arctic lagoons Kristina Baker, Colleen Kellogg, James McClelland, Ken Dunton, Byron Crump 8:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Biogeochemical data from a tropical urban estuary implicate unexpected nitrogen sources Autumn Oczkowski, Emily Santos, Rose Martin, Evelyn Huertas, Alana Hanson, Elizabeth Watson, Cathleen Wigand 8:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Ecosystems, human well-being and resilience: characterizing socio-ecological systems What's a “restored” Chesapeake Bay? Towards an integrated assessment of Chesapeake Bay and its watershed Vanessa Vargas-Nguyen, Michael Paolisso, William Dennison 8:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Creating a long-term climatologically based forecast for hypoxia in the Chesapeake Bay Andrew Muller, Diana Muller 8:30 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Influence of river input on the carbonate chemistry of northern Gulf of Mexico Padmanava Dash, Madhur Devkota, M. S. Sankar, Wondimagegn Beshah, Andrew Mercer, Shrinidhi Ambinakudige 8:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Drivers of upslope marsh migration: disturbance triggers and human assistance Loretta Battaglia 8:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Habitat decoupling via altered saltmarsh creek geomorphology decreases mummichog terrestrial subsidy to aquatic food webs Justin Lesser, Cameron Bechtold, Linda Deegan, James Nelson 8:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Climate Change at the Coastal Margins: Effects of Glacier Loss on Estuary Ecosystems of Alaska Anne Beaudreau, Brenda Konar, Allison Bidlack, Lee Ann Munk, Pips Veazey 8:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Biogeochemical gradients in a subterranean estuary providing DIN to the York River estuary Stephanie Wilson, Iris Anderson, Craig Tobias, Bongkeun Song 8:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Using acoustic telemetry and stable isotope analysis to understand juvenile red drum foraging and movement David Behringer, James Nelson 8:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities Spatiotemporal variation of benthic microbial communities and nitrogen cycling processes in the York River Estuary Samantha Fortin, Bongkeun Song, Iris Anderson 8:30 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Establishing a water quality baseline in the impounded Guana River estuary Nicole Dix, Shannon Dunnigan, James Tomazinis, Jessica Lee 8:30 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Ecosystems, human well-being and resilience: characterizing socio-ecological systems Sustainability in Chesapeake Bay shorescapes: climate change, management decisions, and ecological functions Donna Marie Bilkovic, Molly Mitchell, Amanda Guthrie, Robert Isdell, Karinna Nunez, Sarah Stafford, Randy Chambers, Adrianna Gorsky, Matthias Leu, Robert Galvin, Shana Jones, Michelle Covi 8:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Data-driven monitoring and modeling for predicting marsh edge erosion Navid Jafari, Jim Chen, Ling Zhu, Brian Harris 8:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Evaluating suspended particulate and heavy metal fluxes in the Mobile River Basin and Mobile Bay Jackson Stewart, Natasha Dimova 8:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Carbon stocks and accumulation rates across migrating marsh-forest boundaries Alexander Smith, Matthew Kirwan 8:45 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Decadal response of natural and stabilized fringing saltmarshes to SLR, hurricanes, and drought Carolyn Currin, Jenny Davis, Anna Hilting, Michael Greene, Quentin Walker 8:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide And now for some good news; resilience and restoration potential in Pacific Northwest estuaries John Rybczyk, Katrina Poppe 8:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Is eutrophication inevitable? In-situ incubations identify threshold responses to nutrification in oligotrophic New Zealand estuaries. Amanda Vieillard, Simon Thrush 8:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Identifying indicators of protandric hermaphroditism on otoliths of common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) Brent McKenna, Joy Young, John Baldwin 8:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities A Temporal Study of the Marine Microbial Ecology in the Coastal Waters of Pensacola Beach Arianna Simmering, Lisa Nigro, Erika Neat-Headrick, Melissa Ederington-Hagy, Wade Jeffrey 8:45 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Critical coastal habitat assessment: understanding climate change impacts in Tampa Bay, Florida Gary Raulerson, Lindsay Cross, Pam Latham, David Loy, Ryan Moyer, Renee Price, Kara Radabaugh, Thomas Ries, Doug Robison, Edward Sherwood 8:45 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Ecosystems, human well-being and resilience: characterizing socio-ecological systems Regional Resilience: Building adaptive capacity and community wellbeing across Louisiana’s dynamic coastal-inland continuum Traci Birch 8:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Improving estimates of coastal marsh plant biomass while minimizing costs of data collection Megan Vahsen, James Holmquist, Patrick Megonigal, Jason McLachlan 9:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Modeling the Light Field of the Chukchi Sea: An Optical Closure Experiment Aimee Neeley, Lora Harris 9:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Implications of geomorphic type on salt marsh response to sea-level rise Jessica Flester, Linda Blum 9:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Prescribed fire drives decomposition dynamics along a coastal elevation gradient Julia Cherry, Lorae Simpson, Mollie Nugent, Loretta Battaglia 9:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Basin-scale land use impacts on world deltas: human vs natural forcings Carles Ibanez, Carles Alcaraz, Nuno Caiola, Patricia Prado, Rosa Trobajo, Xavier Benito, John Day, Enrique Reyes, James (Jai) Syvitski 9:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Tidal freshwater zones as hotspots for nitrogen retention and removal in two Texas rivers Xin Xu, Hengchen Wei, Kevan Moffett, James McClelland, Amber Hardison 9:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Determining changes in fish community structure along salinity gradients in a reflooded, hypersaline estuary Catherine Eckert, David Hicks 9:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities Extreme wet and dry years and the resilience of Microcystis blooms in San Francisco Estuary peggy lehman, Tomofumi Kurobe, Swee Teh 9:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Snapshots of lateral gradients along St. Lucie Estuary, Florida, before and after Hurricane Irma Amanda Kahn, Sarah Bornhoeft, Cassondra Armstrong, Zhiqiang Chen 9:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Ecosystems, human well-being and resilience: characterizing socio-ecological systems Resilience to natural hazards: Comparison of states and coastal counties bordering the Gulf of Mexico James Summers, Linda Harwell, Lisa Smith, Kyle Buck 9:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Inferring estuarine wetland loss for the western United States from a tidal inundation model Laura Brophy, Correigh Greene, Van Hare, Brett Holycross, Andy Lanier, Hiroo Imaki, Tanya Haddad, Randy Dana, Walter Heady, Kevin O'Connor 9:15 AM 202B Lightning
Advanced remote-sensing methods for water quality monitoring and forecasting Remote Sensing in the Chesapeake Bay: A Focus on Harmful Algal Blooms Natasha De La Cruz, Greg Silsbe, Anna Windle 9:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Forest Rootzone Collapse Causes Elevation Loss to Facilitate Marsh Migration in a Landscape-scale Transgression Experiment David Walters, Joel Carr, Alyssa Hockaday, Glenn Guntenspergen 9:15 AM 201B Lightning
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Changes in benthic community composition and ecological function along an estuarine urban pollution gradient Gary Banta, Judi Hewitt, Simon Thrush 9:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Searching for solutions: the future of deltas and estuaries worldwide Mississippi delta restoration in a time of accelerating global change John Day 9:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Influence of nutrient concentrations and forms on phytoplankton communities in tidal freshwater zones of rivers Hengchen Wei, Xin Xu, Amber Hardison, Kevan Moffett, Deana Erdner, James McClelland 9:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Hawaiian estuaries are highly invaded by non-native fishes and other mobile species Kimberly Peyton, Troy Sakihara 9:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Short-term and long-term variability in coastal and estuarine microbial communities Temporal shifts in coastal marine biofilm communities in response to UV-C irradiation Abhishek Naik, Mark Smithers, Pia Moisander 9:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Successes and challenges in improving water quality in the Narragansett Bay watershed Courtney Schmidt, Mike Gerel, Julia Bancroft, Eivy Monroy 9:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Ecosystems, human well-being and resilience: characterizing socio-ecological systems Decision Integration for Strong Communities: A Community-Driven Software Application Solution Linda Harwell, Allen Brookes, Seth Jenkins, Connor Thorson, Kurt Wolfe, Rajbir Parmar, Deron Smith, Paul Dunken, James Summers, David Olszyk, Viccy Salazar, Kristi Swisher 9:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Snappin’ to the Beat: How Passive Acoustic Monitoring Can Yield Valuable Information in Estuarine Habitats Richard Lyon, DelWayne Bohnenstiehl, David Eggleston, Shannon Ricci 9:23 AM 202B Lightning
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Patterns of salt marsh change in NJ: the influence of tidal range and human impacts Joseph Smith, Michael Pellew 9:23 AM 201B Lightning
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Break   9:30 AM 202B  
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Break   9:30 AM 201B  
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Break   9:30 AM 201C  
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Break   9:30 AM 202A  
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Break   9:30 AM 201A  
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Break   9:30 AM 203B  
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Recent trends in nitrogen sources and estimated loads to estuaries of the conterminous United States Naomi Detenbeck, Mingde You, Daniel Torre 10:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Advances in sea-level driven land conversion in the Chesapeake and beyond Matthew Kirwan, Mark Schuerch, Keryn Gedan, Nathalie Schieder 10:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Patterns and drivers of salinity over multiple time scales in the Albemarle Pamlico estuarine system Matthew Stillwagon, Marcelo Ardon 10:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Bioavailability of dissolved organic nitrogen in the Caloosahatchee River and Estuary Cassondra Armstrong, Stacey Ollis 10:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Comparative growth of hatchery and wild Pacific salmon during out-migration Raien Emery, Joseph Smith 10:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Characterizing salt marsh microbial communities along an urbanization gradient Annie Murphy, Ashley Bulseco-McKim, Christian Alsterberg, Ross Ackerman, Jarrett Byrnes, Jennifer Bowen 10:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Session Introduction: Supporting management of coastal and marine ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Mark Monaco, Rebecca Shuford, Chris Harvey, Chris Kelble, Spooner Ellen 10:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t Enhancing Cross Disciplinary Research to Application through Boundary Organizations Stephen Sempier, D. Swann 10:00 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Use of acoustical methods for ecosystem monitoring in a seagrass meadow Megan Ballard, Kevin Lee, Jason Sagers, Gabriel Venegas, Andrew McNeese, Abdullah Rahman, Preston Wilson 10:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Physical constraints on the stabilization of coastal soil carbon Lisamarie Windham-Myers, Patrick Megonigal 10:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Quantifying the Drivers of Historical Eutrophication across the South Atlantic and the Gulf Coasts Lise Montefiore, Natalie Nelson 10:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Different marshes, different trajectories: long term change in vegetated marsh extent at three LTER sites Merryl Alber, Christine Burns, Clark Alexander 10:15 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Hurricane, hypoxia, and oil spill effects on ammonium cycling in the northern Gulf of Mexico Silvia Newell, Stephen Carini, Mark McCarthy, Xiao Lin, Lijun Hou, Justyna Hampel, Wayne Gardner 10:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Applying the isotope pairing technique to measure nitrogen dynamics in a coastal Louisiana deltaic floodplain Song LI, Robert Twilley 10:15 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Identifying nursery origin of a euryhaline predator: Evaluating the utility of natural tags Thomas TinHan, Shannon O'Leary, Jay Rooker, David Portnoy, Carey Gelpi, R.J. David Wells 10:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Colonization of pier piles by sessile marine invertebrates in the Hudson River Allison Fitzgerald, Carrie Roble 10:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments A Global Perspective on Ecosystem-based Management and Integrated Ecosystem Assessments Jason Link, Mark Dickey-Collas, Erik Olsen, Alida Bundy, Elizabeth Fulton 10:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t Natural experiments, coral reef management, and integrating socio-ecological data Kelly Dunning 10:15 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Vessel-Based, Shallow Water Mapping with A Phase-Measuring Sidescan Sonar: Lessons Learned from the Field Mark Borrelli, Theresa Smith 10:15 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon WARMER-2: Refining a marsh elevation and carbon model to incorporate vegetation succession and parameter uncertainty Kevin Buffington, Chris Janousek, Bruce Dugger, Karen Thorne 10:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Linking landcover, climate, and coastal ecosystems: a watershed perspective for a changing South Carolina coast Lloyd Hill, Andrew Tweel, Sharleen Johnson, Denise Sanger 10:30 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Effects of Hurricane Matthew’s storm surge pulse disturbance on the forest-marsh ecotone in South Carolina Thomas O'Halloran, Thomas Williams, Stefanie Whitmire, Bo Song, William Conner, Skip Van Bloem 10:30 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Seasonal Variability in Basal Food Web of Dredge Pits on the Louisiana Continental Shelf Monique Boudreaux, Sibel Bargu, John White, Kanchan Maiti, Laura Thompson 10:30 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Impacts of invasive Phragmites australis and extreme weather events on nitrogen processing in coastal marshes Mollie Yacano, Suzanne Thompson, Michael Piehler 10:30 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Determining River Herring eDNA shedding and decay rates to develop a methodology for quantification Seth Gibbons, Sara Roozbehi, Austin Eberwein, Michael Brewer, Roger Rulifson, Erin Field 10:30 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Human modifications to estuaries modify the diet, morphology, and functional niches of coastal fish speices Felicity Hardcastle, Andrew Olds, Christopher Henderson, Thomas Schlacher, Tyson Martin, Paul Maxwell, Rod Connolly, Ben Gilby 10:30 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Using the Climate Change Web Portal for integrated ecosystem assessment and coastal applications Michael Alexander, James Scott, Gaelle Hervieux 10:30 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t A consistent approach for ecosystem services projects to ensure useful results for coastal management Peter Wiley, Rebecca Love, Jennifer Zhuang, Kate Quigley 10:30 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Monitoring Nipponaclerda biwakoensis infestation of Phragmites australis using NDVI and remotely sensed land cover classifications Aimee Beaudette, Brady Couvillion 10:30 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Ecosystem level carbon stocks and sequestration rates across coastal morphology explain mangrove blue carbon mitigation Robert Twilley, Andre Rovai, Edward Castañeda-Moya, Paulo Pagliosa, Alessandra Fonseca, Pablo Riul 10:30 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization CRMS Calcasieu/Sabine Basin analysis – Flood stress and land loss on Louisiana’s Chenier Plain Leigh Anne Sharp, Tommy McGinnis, William Wood 10:45 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change The effects of storm surge on pitch pine growth in a rapidly transgressing coastal forest LeeAnn Haaf, Pedram Daneshgar, Elizabeth Watson, Salli Dymond 10:45 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Benthic community resiliency in a southeastern river-dominated estuary Alexis Marti, Martin Posey, Troy Alphin 10:45 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Nutrient loading impacts nitrogen removal and carbon dynamics in a Juncus and Spartina dominated saltmarsh Taylor Ledford, Corianne Tatariw, Julia Cherry, Olivia Mason, Behzad Mortazavi 10:45 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Larval supply of eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) to restored and historic oyster reefs in Mississippi Leah Morgan, Chet Rakocinski 10:45 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Structural and functional patterns of demersal fish assemblages in an urbanized coastal landscape Ryan Woodland, Lora Harris, Eric Schott, Alexandra Fireman, Erin Reilly 10:45 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments An open-science approach to ecosystem reporting for IEA in the Northeast US Sean Hardison, Sarah Gaichas, Sean Lucey, Scott Large 10:45 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t Integrating People and Ecosystems to Enhance Coastal Resiliency through Living Shorelines Amanda Guthrie, Donna Marie Bilkovic, Carl Hershner, Sarah Stafford 10:45 AM 204B Traditional Oral
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Quantifying and mapping intertidal oyster reefs using LiDAR-based remote sensing Sara Hogan, Matthew Reidenbach 10:45 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Assessing the role of organic matter reactivity in limiting salt marsh pond deepening Sheron Luk, Kelsey Gosselin, Ann McNichol, Jonathan Sanderman, Amanda Spivak 10:45 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization What is upstream for my water samples? The need of Directional Water Quality Data Henry Briceno, Reinaldo Garcia, Michael Absten, Sandro Stumpf, Chuanmin HU, David English, Raymond Najjar, Maria Herrmann 11:00 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Change is happening: a look at sea-level rise driven upland tidal salt marsh edge migration Rachael Sacatelli, LeeAnn Haaf, Richard Lathrop 11:00 AM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Disturbance structures the dynamics, synchrony, and biodiversity of giant kelp forests Max Castorani, Tom Bell, Robert Miller, Daniel Reed, Daniel Reuman, Lawrence Sheppard, Jonathan Walter 11:00 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Building ecosystem function: Do constructed salt marshes remove nitrogen as well as their natural counterparts? Corianne Tatariw, Taylor Ledford, Sommer Starr, Lorae Simpson, Erin Smyth, Abigail Griffin Wood, Julia Cherry, Behzad Mortazavi 11:00 AM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Time and temperature effects on histamine and histamine-producing bacteria (HPB) in decomposing fish Ashley Frith, Kristín Björnsdóttir-Butler, Ruth Carmichael 11:00 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Landscape transformation alters functional diversity in coastal seascapes Christopher Henderson, Ben Gilby, Thomas Schlacher, Rod Connolly, Marcus Sheaves, Paul MAxwell, Nicole Flint, Andrew Olds 11:00 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments There is no I in EAFM: adapting Integrated Ecosystem Assessment for Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Sarah Gaichas, Geret DePiper, Richard Seagraves, Brandon Muffley, Sean Lucey 11:00 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t Panel Discussion   11:00 AM 204B  
Shallow water mapping in coastal environments: research, methods and management Hyperspectral imagery from unmanned aerial systems for mapping and monitoring tidal wetland restoration Amy Borde, Andre Coleman, Curtis Roegner, Robert Erdt 11:00 AM 204A Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Responses of marsh ecosystems to coastal change in the Southeastern Florida Everglades Tiffany Troxler, Benjamin Wilson, Fred Sklar, Sean Charles, John Kominoski, Evelyn Gaiser, Carlos Coronado-Molina, Stephen Kelly, Stephen Davis, Khandker Ishtiaq, Jennifer RIchards, Daniel Gann 11:00 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Developing ecological targets for watershed restoration Lisa Vandiver 11:15 AM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Connection between vertical and lateral metrics: implications for landward transgression of salt marshes Neil Ganju, Zafer Defne 11:15 AM 201B Lightning
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Linking Watershed pollution to stony coral condition William Fisher, Leah Oliver 11:15 AM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Lunch   11:15 AM 202A  
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Variability in the trophic ecology of Sargassum-associated juvenile fishes Courtney Stachowiak, Olivia Lestrade, Kevin Dillon, Frank Hernandez 11:15 AM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Urbanisation and conservation shape ecosystem functioning across disturbed seascapes Andrew Olds, Ben Gilby, Christopher Henderson, Thomas Schlacher, Rod Connolly, Paul Maxwell, Marcus Sheaves, Hayden Borland, Nicholas Ortodossi 11:15 AM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Applying an IEA for fishing communities affected by red tide on Florida's West Coast Chris Kelble, Mandy Karnauskas, Matthew McPherson, John Walter 11:15 AM 201D Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Influences on photosynthetic efficiency of Spartina alterniflora photosystem II as estimated via PAM fluorometry Lishen Mao, Deepak Mishra, Jessica O'Connell, David Cotten, Peter Hawman, Caroline Narron 11:15 AM 203A Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Temperature thresholds for mangrove freeze damage, mortality, and recovery: refining tipping points for tropicalization Michael Osland, Richard Day, Courtney Hall, Laura Feher, Anna Armitage, Just Cebrian, Randall Hughes, David Kaplan, Amy Langston, Aaron Macy, Carolyn Weaver, Ilka Feller 11:23 AM 201B Lightning
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Lunch   11:30 AM 202B  
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Lunch   11:30 AM 201B  
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Lunch   11:30 AM 201C  
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Lunch   11:30 AM 201A  
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Lunch   11:30 AM 203B  
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Lunch   11:30 AM 201D  
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Lunch   11:30 AM 203A  
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Tracking San Francisco Bay water quality using generalized additive models in an R Shiny framework Marcus Beck, Ian Wren, Rebecca Murphy, Perry de Valpine, David Senn 1:00 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Biodeposition by ribbed mussels drives vertical marsh accretion in southeast US salt marshes Sinead Crotty, Christine Angelini 1:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Patterns and drivers of benthic community structure and succession in an estuarine Arctic kelp bed Christina Bonsell, Arley Muth, Ken Dunton 1:00 PM 201C Lightning
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Decadal changes of soil physiochemical properties in a freshwater wetland after Mississippi River reconnection Alina Spera, John White, Ron Corstanje 1:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Fish assemblage response to intermittent flood gate openings in an urban estuarine waterbody. Martin O'Connell, Ann Uzee-O'Connell 1:00 PM 201A Lightning
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Juvenile blue crab utilization of low salinity marsh within the Cape Fear River Edward Arb, Martin Posey, Dave Meyer, Troy Alphin 1:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Quantifying and Comparing Risk to Ecosystem Services Production Across Coastal South Florida Geoffrey Cook, Chris Kelble 1:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Blue Carbon: A tool to help finance the protection and restoration of coastal Louisiana Leland Moss, Tim Carruthers, Erin Swails, Scott Settelmyer, Melissa Baustian, Stefanie Simpson 1:00 PM 203A Traditional Oral
CERF 2019 Coastal Design Competition: Mobile Bay Design and planning for long-term living shoreline sustainability and resilience Meg Goecker, Kevin Hanegan, Nick Cox, Chris Williams, Mary Kate Brown 1:00 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Roadmap for restoration: using ecological data to inform resource management and restoration practice Jennifer Beseres Pollack, Terry Palmer, Jonathan Grabowski, Kevin De Santiago, Danielle Marshall, Abby Williams 1:00 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Unexpected climate driven ecosystem shifts: Are oyster reefs being replaced by mangrove islands? Giovanna McClenachan, Joshua Breithaupt, Linda Walters, Megan Witt 1:08 PM 201C Lightning
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Flatfish matter, too: How obsolete navigational cuts can affect local assemblage patterns Jessica Reichmuth, A. Loren Mathews, Bruce Saul 1:08 PM 201A Lightning
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Evaluating water quality response trajectories in Chesapeake Bay using statistical models Rebecca Murphy, Jennifer Keisman 1:15 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change How will sea level rise-driven shifts in wetland vegetation alter ecosystem services? Beth Lawrence, Aidan Barry, Sean Khan Ooi, Chris Elphick, Ashley Helton 1:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function The Influence of Structure on Ecosystem Processes among Seagrass Meadows Theresa Gruninger, Laura Reynolds, Savanna Barry 1:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Considering coasts: Adapting terrestrial models to characterize coastal habitats Teri O'Meara, Daniel Ricciuto, Genevieve Noyce, Benjamin Sulman, Fengming Yuan, Roy Rich, Peter Thornton, Patrick Megonigal 1:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Hot water and hungry fish: threats to juvenile lobsters in the Narragansett Bay Kristin Huizenga, Candace Oviatt 1:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Chronic inputs from human development impact the health of oysters (Crassostrea virginica) among tidal creeks? Troy Alphin, Anne Markwith, Martin Posey 1:15 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments An Ecosystem Status Report to support management decisions in Barataria Basin, Louisiana Shannon Martin, Suzana Blake, Amy Freitag, Daniel Dorfman, Seann Regan, Michael Jepson 1:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Microbial community composition and carbon dynamics under new salinity regimes: an intact core study Sarah Harttung, Lisa Chambers 1:15 PM 203A Traditional Oral
CERF 2019 Coastal Design Competition: Mobile Bay Multidisciplinary Assessment of Urban Design through a Resiliency Framework: Miami Beach Case Study Aurora Alcaide-Ortiz, Ron Hariprashad, Timothy Kirby, Jazmin Locke, Helen Roldan, Roberto Rivera, Tiffany Troxler 1:15 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Understanding foundation species through research and restoration – a tale of two biogenic habitats Megan La Peyre 1:15 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Web-based 4-Dimensional Visualization of Water Quality and Habitat Status and Change in Chesapeake Bay Zhaoying Wei, John Wolf, Emily Trentacoste, Qian Zhang, Richard Tian, Peter Tango 1:30 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Saltmarsh regression and transgression with varying upland slopes and allogenic sediment supply Carson Miller, Antonio Rodriguez 1:30 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Seagrass ecosystems and environmental change: effects of temperature, phosphorus addition, and tropicalization on plant-herbivore interactions Jamila Roth, Laura Reynolds 1:30 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum A comprehensive estuarine organic carbon budget and the importance of tidal marshes in estuarine biogeochemistry J. Blake Clark, Wen Long, Raleigh Hood 1:30 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Connecting marine governance with ecological outcomes in small-scale fisheries. Sara Marriott, Kim de Mutsert 1:30 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Assessment of stormwater pollution within a coastal urban canal basin Abraham DaSilvio, Hyun Jung Cho 1:30 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Applying Science-based Indicator Portfolios to National Marine Sanctuaries Gregory Williams, Jennifer Brown, Chris Harvey, Andrew DeVogelaere, Chris Caldow 1:30 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Mangrove Productivity and Carbon Storage is controlled by Hurricanes, Geomorphology, and Hydrology along Mexico’s coastline Victor Rivera-Monroy, María Rodríguez-Zúñiga, Luis Farfán, Samuel Velázquez-Salazar, Berenice Vázquez-Balderas, Edgar Villeda-Chávez, Carlos Troche-Souza, María Cruz-López, Xiaochen Zhao, Robert Rohli 1:30 PM 203A Traditional Oral
CERF 2019 Coastal Design Competition: Mobile Bay Inland from the Coast: Engaging stakeholders to design resilient communities in the face of uncertainty Rachelle Trahan, Alexandre Cowles, Kathleen Eubanks, Yuta Masakane, Tanvi Shah 1:30 PM 204B Traditional Oral
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide From 0-to-60; Challenges of training GulfCorps members in field monitoring. Jeff DeQuattro 1:30 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Assessing the cumulative effects of restoration activities on improving water quality in Tampa Bay, Florida Edward Sherwood, Marcus Beck, Jessica Henkel, Kirsten Dorans, Kathryn Ireland, Patricia Varela 1:45 PM 202B Traditional Oral
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Incorporating marsh migration into traditional river and wetland restoration efforts Caitlin Alcott, Nick Nelson, Mike Burke 1:45 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Coastal tree rings show evidence of hurricanes, sea-level rise, and ecosystem stress Clay Tucker 1:45 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Fate of eroding soil organic matter in coastal wetlands: A biogeochemical and acid hydrolysis approach Yadav Sapkota, John White 1:45 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Quantifying habitat of fishes in Chesapeake Bay Adena Schonfeld, James Gartland, Robert Latour 1:45 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Navigation Channel Induced Erosion of an Estuarine Cultural Site Mariko Polk, Kelsey Potlock, Devon Eulie, Jim McKee 1:45 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Applying results of the Northeast Integrated Ecosystem Assessment to the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary David Moe Nelson, Mark Monaco, Sean Lucey, Benjamin Haskell 1:45 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Improving blue carbon estimates: best practices for quantifying uncertainty in loss-on-ignition Lauren Brown, Samantha Chapman, Brandon Boyd, Chris Janousek, Jonathan Sanderman, Gregory Noe, Amanda Spivak, Elizabeth Fard, James Morris, James Holmquist, Patrick Megonigal, Glen MacDonald 1:45 PM 203A Traditional Oral
CERF 2019 Coastal Design Competition: Mobile Bay Panel Discussion   1:45 PM 204B  
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Effects of climate change on plants and invertebrates in a restored southern California salt marsh Christine Whitcraft, Anastasia Shippey 1:45 PM 204A Traditional Oral
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Visualizing urban stormwater contamination through design thinking, pollution loading, and social equity metrics Emily Howe, Christian Nilsen, Jamie Robertson 2:00 PM 202B Lightning
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change The role of hurricanes, climate and sea level in shaping the south Florida coastline G. Lynn Wingard, Miriam Jones, Sarah Bergstresser, Bethany Stackhouse, Kristen Hoefke, Marci Marot, Andre Daniels 2:00 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Hurricanes and herbivory in maritime live oak forests Hannah Morris, Elizabeth King 2:00 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Particulate organic nitrogen transport and fate in Chesapeake Bay: A numerical study Hao Wang, Raleigh Hood, Wen Long 2:00 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Fish community response to restoration of essential fish habitat Brittany Troast, Linda Walters, Geoffrey Cook 2:00 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Application of novel wave attenuation devices to save riparian resources Sarah Benson, Kayla McNeilly, Mariko Polk, Devon Eulie 2:00 PM 203B Traditional Oral
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Indicator selection to support EBM: the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Integrated Ecosystem Assessment Kelly Montenero, Chris Kelble 2:00 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon How sensitive are soil elevation and carbon to root turnover in mangrove and marsh ecosystems? Samantha Chapman, Emily Geoghegan, Claire Fell, James Holmquist, Matthew Hayes, Ilka Feller, James Morris, J Adam Langley 2:00 PM 203A Lightning
Foundation species conservation: bridging the basic and applied research divide Panel Discussion: J. Pollack (TAMU-CC), M. La Peyre (USGS), J. DeQuattro (TNC), C. Whitcraft (CSU-LB)   2:00 PM 204A  
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization The Application of Estuary Data Mapper (EDM) Spatial Framework for Estuaries Characterization Xiao Shen, Naomi Detenbeck, Mingde You 2:08 PM 202B Lightning
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Tidal freshwater wetlands adapt to multiple platform elevations in response to coastal dynamics Andre Rovai, Robert Twilley, Alexandra Christensen 2:08 PM 203A Lightning
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Accelerating Headwater Land Protection in the Mobile Bay Watershed Kari Servold, Meg Goecker, Eldon Blancher, II, Roberta Swann, Dan Dumont 2:15 PM 202B Lightning
Advances in understanding sea level rise and coastal landscape change Increasing tidal inundation and the biophysical structure of a saltmarsh over the past decade. Erik Smith, Tracy Buck 2:15 PM 201B Traditional Oral
Impacts of multiple disturbances on coastal ecosystem structure and function Deer do not affect short-term vegetation recovery rates in Fire Island’s overwashes after Hurricane Sandy Chellby Kilheffer, Brian Underwood, Jordan Raphael, Lindsay Ries, Shannon Farrell, Donald Leopold 2:15 PM 201C Traditional Oral
Biogeochemical cycling and transport across the land–ocean aquatic continuum Impact of Sediment Resuspension on Nearbed DIC and Acidification in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Linlin Cui, Courtney Harris, Kanchan Maiti, Wei-Jun Cai 2:15 PM 202A Traditional Oral
Fish and fisheries: linking science, management, and society Optimising conservation outcomes for mangrove forests Lucy Goodridge Gaines, Andrew Olds, Rod Connolly, Christopher Henderson, Thomas Schlacher, Ben Gilby 2:15 PM 201A Traditional Oral
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems Long-term water management for waterfowl in brackish marsh induces vegetation state change to saline marsh Scott Jones, Karen Thorne 2:15 PM 203B Lightning
Supporting management of coastal ecosystems through integrated ecosystem assessments Forks in the road toward successful integrated ecosystem assessment and ecosystem-based management support Chris Harvey 2:15 PM 201D Traditional Oral
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Elevation drives gradients in surface soil temperature within salt marshes Jessica O'Connell, Merryl Alber 2:15 PM 203A Lightning
Innovative approaches for estuarine/watershed data analysis, mining, and visualization Reproducible workflows for understanding and illustrating Surface Elevation Table data Kimberly Cressman, Suzanne Shull, Kristin Evans, Jonathan Pitchford, Margo Posten, Brook Russell, Jenni Schmitt, Kari St.Laurent, Megan Tyrrell 2:23 PM 202B Lightning
Ecological processes, structures and functions in tidal urban ecosystems The microbial resistome of tidal creek sediments impacted by poultry industry wastewater Miguel Semedo, Bongkeun Song 2:23 PM 203B Lightning
Microbes to maps: data-model integration for coastal wetland blue carbon Data-Model Integration for Forecasting Carbon Sequestration in Coastal Wetland Soils James Holmquist 2:23 PM 203A Lightning

 

 
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