View Poster Presentations

Tuesday 3 May 2016

0830 Registration
Mezzanine Foyer, Hotel Grand Chancellor, 1 Davey Street, Hobart
0900 Welcome Morning Tea
Federation Ballroom
Room Federation Concert Hall
0920 Opening Session
Introduction by Symposium Convenors Associate Professor Catriona Hurd (IMAS) and Dr Andrew Lenton (CSIRO)
0925 Welcome to Country by Aunty Brenda Hodge
0930 Welcome video from Mr Greg Hunt MP, Minister for the Environment. Introduced by Dr Gwen Fenton, Chief Scientist, AAD
0940 Welcome by Symposium Convenors Associate Professor Catriona Hurd (IMAS) and Dr Andrew Lenton (CSIRO)
0950 Welcome by Chair of Science Steering Committee, Professor Jean-Pierre Gattuso
Chair Maria Byrne
1000 Plenary Session
Challenge of deciphering information for the paleo record
Bärbel Hönisch
Chair Libby Jewett
1100 Plenary Session
Challenge of assessing and projecting ecological impacts
Kristy Kroeker
1200 Lunch
Federation Ballroom
Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification Theme C: Changing carbonate chemistry of the Ocean Theme B:  Ecological effects of Ocean Acidification
Room  Federation Concert Hall Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom 3
Chair Sue-Ann Watson Joellen Russell Ulf Riebesell
1300 The IAEA and the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre
David Osborn
Anthropogenic ocean acidification rate unprecedented during past 66 million years
Richard Zeebe
Ocean acidification Reduces Demersal Zooplankton Abundances in Coral Reefs
Joy Smith
1315 How does ocean acidification influence disease susceptibility of oyster Crassostrea gigas?
Marine Fuhrmann
Sensitivity of Future ocean acidification to Land carbon uptake
Richard Matear
Galápagos Coral Reef Persistence after ENSO Warming across an Acidification Gradient
Derek Manzello
1330 Pteropod eggs released at high pCO2 lack resilience to ocean acidification
Clara Manno
Ocean acidification in the Weddell Sea: Upwelling and ice cover
Mario Hoppema
Ocean acidification Alters Benthic Community Composition and Metabolism in situ on Coral Reefs
Sam Noonan
1345 Brachiopod tolerance: shell structure and composition are not affected by ocean acidification
Emma Cross
Imminent Onset and Abrupt Increase in Duration of Aragonite Undersaturation Events in the Southern Ocean
Claudine Hauri
Carbonate chemistry and coral reefs in a seasonal upwelling system: insights into ocean acidification scenarios
Celeste Sánchez-Noguera
1400 Maintained growth in mussel (Mytilus edulis) larvae exposed to acidified under-saturated seawater and physiological tipping point
Sam Dupont
Future ocean hypercapnia driven by anthropogenic amplification of the natural CO2 cycle
Tristan Sasse
Volcanic acidification at Maug Island correlated with spatial shift from coral to algae-dominated ecosystem
Ian Enochs
1415 Attachment capacity of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus in a changing ocean
Mishal Cohen-Rengifo
Climatological distribution of aragonite and calcite saturation states in the global oceans
Li-Qing Jiang
Description of the first natural ocean acidification analogue in the Caribbean
Samuel Rastrick
1430 Effect of ocean acidification on diatom frustule stability
Linn Hoffmann
Variability of oceanic carbon cycling and its relation to the ocean acidification in the North Pacific Ocean
Fei Chai
The White Island Blitz: Investigating a Southern Hemisphere temperate vent system
Abby Smith
1445 Acidification-mediated bacterial infection determine mortality and growth patterns of early Ostrea edulis life stages
Nuno Caiola
Ocean acidification in the Pacific-Arctic Boundary Region:  Implications for Ecosystems and Economies
Jessica Cross
Using bacterial extracellular enzymes to assess whether natural CO2 vents are robust analogues of the future ocean
Cliff S. Law
1500 Afternoon Tea
Federation Ballroom
Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification Theme C: Changing carbonate chemistry of the Ocean Theme B: Ecological effects of Ocean Acidification
Room Federation Concert Hall Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom 3
Chair Martin Grosell James Orr Ana Queiros
1530 Ocean acidification Impacts Otolith Morphology and Mineralogy in Larval Haemulon chrysargyreum
Robert Holmberg
Time of emergence for acidification and de-oxygenation in a water mass framework in the North Pacific
Keith Rodgers
Ocean acidification Alters the Predator-Prey Relationship Between the Oyster Crassostrea gigas and the Whelk Tenguella marginalba
John Wright
1545 Effects of ocean acidification on the Life-History and Behaviour of Tropical Marine Fishes
Philip Munday
Ocean acidification and Decadal Alkalinity Variability in the North Pacific
Jessica Cross
Coral Reef within a Hydrothermal Vent as an Indicator to the Future of Shallow Water Tropical Reefs Threatened by Ocean Acidification
Nithiyaa Nilamani
1600 Ocean acidification leaves dispersing fish larvae lost at sea
Tullio Rossi
Chemical and Biological Impacts of ocean acidification Along the West Coast of North America
Richard Feely
Effect of Ocean Acidification on the Nutritional Quality of Phytoplankton for Copepod Reproduction
Morgan Meyers
1615 Impaired riverward migration behaviour of glass eels under climate change
Tiago F. Grilo
Natural variability and anthropogenic change revealed by moored time series observations of pCO2 and pH
Adrienne Sutton
CO2 Impacts to Copepod Populations Mediated by Changes in Prey Quality
Anna McLaskey
1630 Beyond calcification: ocean acidification alters invertebrate behaviour via neural impairment
Sue-Ann Watson
Ocean acidification in the surface water of subarctic western North Pacific Ocean
Masahide Wakita
A trophic cascade triggered by ocean acidification: implications for pelagic ecosystem structure, trophic transfer, and biogeochemical cycling
Ulf Riebesell
1645 Defensive behaviours and activity levels of the tropical squid Idiosepius pygmaeus are altered by projected near-future CO2 levels
Blake Spady
Forecasting ocean acidification in the coastal waters of the Pacific Northwest
Samantha Siedlecki
Ocean acidification alters marine food chains
Ivan Nagelkerken
1700 Ocean acidification: impacts on top predators and processes of importance
Karen Evans
Biogeochemical and Physical Controls on the Inorganic Carbon Chemistry of Coral Reefs, Oahu, Hawaii: A Decade of Continuous Measurements
Eric De Carlo
Exposure to elevated temperature reduces effects of acidification on inducible defenses in the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, and on predation rate and predator efficiency of the green crab, Carcinas maenas
Aaron Honig
1715 Reproductive behaviours and transgenerational effects of elevated carbon dioxide in the three-spined stickleback
Josefin Sundin
The exposure of the Great Barrier Reef to ocean acidification
Mathieu Mongin
Ocean acidification increases the accumulation of toxic phenolic compounds across trophic levels
Kunshan Gao
1730 – 1900

Welcome Reception & Poster Session – Federation Ballroom

Authors with odd numbers will be asked to attend their poster during this session.
Posters numbers have now been added to the web.
Posters are to be printed in AO size in portrait orientation (84.1cm wide x 118.9cm high) (33.11 x 46.81 inches).

1900 – 2100 Early Career Networking Function, IMAS
IMAS, 20 Castray Esplanade, Salamanca (Google Map)

Wednesday 4 May 2016

0800 Registration
Mezzanine Foyer
Room Federation Concert Hall
Chair Richard Feely
0830 Plenary Session
Observational challenges: from global to local
Minhan Dai
Chair Janice Lough
0930 Plenary Session
Predicting the future of coral reefs in a high-CO2 world
Katharina Fabricius
1030 Morning Tea
Federation Ballroom
Theme B: Ecological effects on Ocean Acidification Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification Theme C: Changing carbonate chemistry of the Ocean
Room Federation Concert Hall Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom 3
Chair Andrew McMinn Gretchen Hofmann Kumiko Azetsu-Scott
1100 The pelagic nitrogen cycle in a high CO2 world: What do we know so far?
Nicola Wannicke
The neglected role of environmental fluctuations and its implications for ocean acidification research
Christian Pansch
Comparing the Sensitivity and Distribution of the Southern Ocean Surface Water pH to Mixing in a High Resolution Coupled Climate Model and the CMIP5 Earth System Models
Joellen Russell
1115 Adult sea urchins at natural carbon vents thrive under acidification conditions
Sven Uthicke
Temporal fluctuations in seawater pCO2 may be as important as mean differences when determining physiological sensitivity in natural systems
Samuel Rastrick
Future of the Southern Ocean Carbon sink in an eddy-resolving experiment
Clothilde Langlais
1130 Oysters Reach Their Intertidal Limit in a Future High CO2 World
Elliot Scanes
Natural pH/pCO2 variability along Chilean coast, and the response of local populations of marine organisms upon future ocean acidification scenarios
Cristian Vargas
Changes in ocean acidification evaluated in the southern Indian ocean from observations over the last 30 years
Renaud Gomez
1145 An Experimental Comparison of the Effects of Zostera marina and Zostera japonica on the Diurnal Variability of the Carbonate System in the Context of a Pacific Northwest Estuary
Cale Miller
Effects of Ocean Acidification on Fish Eggs and Larvae in Naturally High-pCO2 Upwelling Systems
Sara Shen
Many environments, many pH regimes: the first year of the New Zealand ocean acidification Observing Network
Kim Currie
1200 Scaling laboratory derived ocean acidification responses to naturally assembled systems
Samuel Rastrick
Ocean acidification reverses the positive effects of seawater pH fluctuations on growth and photosynthesis of the habitat- forming kelp Ecklonia radiata
Craig Johnson
Export of calcium carbonate corrosive waters from the East Siberian Sea
Leif Anderson
1215 Climate change alters community-level interactions between molluscs and biodiversity
Victoria Cole
Ocean acidification induce changes in larval urchins behaviours: implications for transport
Kit Yu Karen Chan
Effects and projections of corrosive acidified Pacific water on a large scale of aragonite undersaturation in the Arctic Ocean
Liqi Chen
1230 Lunch
Federation Ballroom
Theme B: Ecological effects on Ocean Acidification Theme D: Advances in Ocean Acidification research and monitoring Theme C: Changing carbonate chemistry of the Ocean The Acidification Story: Connecting Science to Outreach [More information]
Room Federation Concert Hall Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom 3 Grand Ballroom 2
Chair Victoria Cole Thomas Trull Samantha Siedlecki Jennifer Mintz,
Laura Francis,
Alex Harper
1330 Global patterns of cleaning interactions in the ocean of tomorrow
José Ricardo Paula
antFOCE (Antarctic Free Ocean CO2 Enrichment) – ocean acidification under sea ice
Jonathan Stark
Doubled seasonal amplitude of Mediterranean surface acidity by 2100
James Orr
Acting on ocean acidification: tools and strategies to promote student and citizen environmental actions 
Sam Dupont
1345 Rapid ocean acidification in the Sub-Arctic Deep Sea and the Diversity of Benthic Molluscs
Hronn Egilsdottir
Disentangling ocean acidification organismal effects through an experimental system that allows automated and dynamic carbonate chemistry manipulations
Iria Gimenez
Quantifying the influence of CO2 seasonality on future aragonite under-saturation onset
Tristan Sasse
How to tell your ocean acidification story to thousands of people using video, the media of the moment
Tullio Rossi
1400 Living Coccolithophores in China Sea Waters: the Diversity and Distribution
Jun Sun
Measurements in the real world: Development of the Global ocean acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON)
Phillip Williamson
David vs. Goliath: the Importance of Local Processes in Mediating the ocean acidification Signal in Shelf Seas
Yuri Artioli
Engaging teachers and students with ocean acidification science using real data on pH variability in marine ecosystems
Laura Francis
1415 Ocean acidification in the Mediterranean Sea: pelagic mesocosm experiments
Frédéric Gazeau
Remotely-sensed estimation of alkalinity in coastal waters around Australia
Kimberlee Baldry
Water-column Controls on the Carbonate Cycle and Potential ocean acidification Impacts in the Gulf of Maine
Cynthia Pilskaln
Creating an ocean acidification outreach toolkit: what do scientists, educators and communicators need? 
Jennifer Mintz
1430 Assessment of ocean acidification and biological response in Washington state coastal and estuarine waters
Janet Newton
Surface Ocean pH Estimation: a Satellite Perspective
Roberto Sabia
Addressing the carbon question: new insights from a synthesis of UK and European observations of marine CO2 and ocean acidification
Clare Ostle
Communicating ocean acidification: using metaphor and story to teach the science and solutions
Sarah Mae Nelson
1445 Scaling up experimental ocean acidification and warming research: from individuals to the ecosystem
Ana M Queiros
Discussion Ocean Acidification Time-Series and Projections for the Gulf of Maine
Dwight Gledhill
Panel Discussion
1500 Afternoon Tea
Federation Ballroom
Theme F: Ocean Acidification and the increasingly crowded ocean- global change multistressors  Theme D: Advances in Ocean Acidification research and monitoring Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification
Room Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom 3 Federation Concert Hall
Chair Alistair Hobday Libby Jewett Vonda Cummings
1530 Evolutionary interactions between ocean acidification and iron/phosphorus co-limitation in the marine nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium Trichodesmium
David A. Hutchins
Continuous pCO2 time series from ocean networks Canada cabled observatories on the Northeast Pacific shelf-edge/upper slope and in the Sub-Tidal Arctic
Kim Juniper
Antarctic sea ice algae: in situ response to simulated ocean acidification
Vonda Cummings
1545 Physiological diagnosis of a Southern Ocean diatom’s responses to future complex ocean conditions
Philip Boyd
International, Interdisciplinary, Long-term Monitoring of the Ecological Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Coral Reefs Across the Central and Western Pacific
Russell Brainard
Gene expression responses to increased pCO2 in the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis
Allison Bailey
1600 Beyond ANOVA: Design and analysis of multi-stressor experiments
Peter Dillingham
The Friends of GOA-ON Build OA Reporting Capacity in Underserved Areas
Mark Spalding
Antarctic Pteropods (Limacina helicina antarctica) as a Sentinel Organism for the Impact of ocean acidification
Gretchen Hofmann
1615 Two-way and multiple-factorial effects of OA and other environmental Drivers on the physiology and gene expression of marine coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi 
Yuanyuan Feng
Tracking The Drivers of Carbonate Accretion Rate Across the Central Pacific
Thomas Oliver
Elevated CO2 evokes pH Homeostasis Gene Expression Response in Marine Bacteria
Carina Bunse
1630 Interactive effects of CO2 and temperature on the dynamics of phytoplankton communities in the subarctic Pacific
Koji Sugie
Continuous monitoring of seawater pH and pCO2 in a temperate estuary
John Runcie
Response of larval Evechinus chloroticus to near-future ocean acidification: an integrated -omics analysis
Mary Sewell
1645 Ocean acidification modifies the effect of antibiotics on natural marine bacteria communities
Sam Dupont
Monitoring Ocean Acidification in the Arctic Ocean and the Norwegian seas
Melissa Chierici
Changing performance characteristics of sea urchin sperm in future oceans
Mary Sewell
1700 Combined effects of nutrient limitation and seawater carbonate chemistry on Southern Ocean coccolithophores
Marius N Muller
Sensors for CO2 Partial Pressure (pCO2), Total Alkalinity (TA) and pH – Recent Developments and Field data
Peer Fietzek
Beyond the laboratory: In situ developmental responses of sea urchin embryos at naturally elevated pCO2 vent sites
Miles Lamare
1715  Discussion A multi-sensor system for the direct measurement of Ω, pH, and carbonate
Christina McGraw
The effects of climate change induced ocean acidification on the physiology of adult sea urchin Evechinus chloroticus
Emily Joy Frost
1730 – 1900

Poster Session – Federation Ballroom

Authors with even numbers will be asked to attend their poster during this poster session.
Poster numbers have now been added online.
Posters are to be printed in AO size in portrait orientation (84.1cm wide x 118.9cm high) (33.11 x 46.81 inches).

Evening Share-A-Thon

1730 – 1900, Wednesday 4 May, Federation Ballroom, Hotel Grand Chancellor, 1 Davey Street, Hobart

Join us to learn about hands-on activities and experience short demonstrations that can be used in both formal and informal settings to explain and educate others about ocean acidification. More Information.

1930 – 2100 Public Lecture – Hotel Grand Chancellor

The Oceans in a High CO2 World:
How will the oceans change with rising carbon dioxide?

Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels are rising as a result of human activities, such as fossil fuel burning, and are increasing the acidity of seawater. This process is known as ocean acidification. Historically, the ocean has absorbed approximately 30% of all CO2 released into the atmosphere by humans since the start of the industrial revolution, resulting in a 26% increase in the acidity of the ocean. Ocean acidification causes ecosystems and marine biodiversity to change. It has the potential to affect food security and limits the capacity of the ocean to absorb CO2 from human emissions.

Click here for more details and bookings.

Thursday 5 May 2016

0800 Registration
Mezzanine Foyer
Room Federation Concert Hall
Chair Philip Boyd
0830 Plenary Session
Effects of multiple global and local drivers on marine species and ecosystems
Sam Dupont
Chair Philip Munday
0930 Plenary Session
Predicting evolution in marine microbes
Sinead Collins
1030 Morning Tea
Federation Ballroom
Theme B: Ecological effects on Ocean Acidification  Theme F: Ocean Acidification and the increasingly crowded ocean – global change multistressors  Theme C: Changing carbonate chemistry of the Ocean
Room Federation Concert Hall Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom 3
Chair Ken Caldeira Philip Boyd  Yuri Artioli
1100 Responses of marine organisms to climate change and ocean acidification across ocean regions
Elvira Poloczanska
Transgenerational Plasticity to Elevated CO2 is Maladaptive in the Presence of Multiple Stressors in the Oyster, Saccostrea glomerata
Laura Parker
Seasonal change in ocean acidification state in Kongsfjorden: implications for calcifying organisms
Melissa Chierici
1115 Decreased pH increases predation rates of a gelatinous predator
Edd Hammill
Multiple stressors acting across populations: will the effect of ocean acidification and freshening on sperm motility of oysters be population-specific?
Laura Falkenberg
Understanding the natural variability of the carbonate system in a mytiliculture zone influenced by two environmental stressors: upwelling and rivers
Luisa Saavedra
1130 Future ecosystem resistance to a high-CO2 world: stabilising effect of ecological compensation
Sean Connell
Ocean acidification Responses Lead to Altered Toxicities of Chronic Coastal Pollutants in Marine Invertebrates
Ceri Lewis
Evidences of climate change impacts on the global carbon cycle in upwelling areas
Melchor Gonzalez- Davila
1145 Future ocean acidification and temperature rise alters community structure and diversity in marine benthic communities
Rachel Hale
The Effects of Combined ocean acidification and Warming on the Calcifying Fluid Chemistry of Corals: A Geochemical Approach
Verena Schoepf
High Frequency Monitoring of Marine Carbonates System in a Northern Upwelling Ecosystem of the Humboldt Current System
Victor M. Aguilera
1200 Carbon Dioxide-induced changes in natural Antarctic microbial community at an Antarctic coastal site
Alyce Hancock
The survival of pteropod larvae (Limacina helicina antarctica) in a changing world
Jessie Gardner
Coastal upwelling off Peru: Low Oxygen, Low PH, High Variability
Michelle Graco
1215 Global monitoring of marine biology and ecosystems to support detection of ocean acidification
Patricia Miloslavich
Impact of ocean warming and acidification on the octocoral Veretillum cynomorium
Ana Rita Lopes
How eutrophic and pristine estuaries export acidic waters to the coastal ocean: a case study in SE Brazil
Leticia Cotrim Da Cunha
1230 Lunch
Federation Ballroom
 1245 – 1320

Lunchtime Presentation – Chancellor 2, Mezzanine Floor

Arctic Ocean Acidification (Arctic Monitoring Assessment Program)

The Arctic Ocean Acidification working group, under the Arctic Monitoring Assessment Program, invite you to a lunchtime presentation and Q&A on the adopted scientific strategy to study chemical-ecological-socioeconomic aspects of Arctic ocean acidification. Participation is invited from scientists of all disciplines, marine managers, policymakers and all.

Theme E: Ocean Acidification and society – from mitigation to food security  Theme F: Ocean Acidification and the increasingly crowded ocean – global change multistressors Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification
Room Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom  3 Federation Concert Hall
Chair Tommy Moore Cliff Law Ivan Nagelkerken
1330 Effects of temperature and ocean acidification on shell characteristics of Argopecten purpuratus: implications for scallop aquaculture in an upwelling- influenced area off northern Chile
Nelson Lagos
Effects of multiple stressors on red abalone (Haliotis rufescens) fertilization success
Charles Boch
Antagonistic and Synergistic Effects of Ocean Acidification and Global Warming on Sharks
Jennifer Pistevos
1345 Increased Mortality, Organ Damage and Variable Expression of Alleles in Yellowfin Tuna Larvae under ocean acidification
Jane Williamson
Can Food Limitation Increase Resilience to Elevated pCO2 and Temperature?
Samuel Rastrick
Acid-base balance compensation is the unifying course of CO2 impact in fish
Martin Grosell
1400 From larval performance to socio-economy: an integrative ecophysiological study on ocean acidification and warming effects in gadoid fish
Felix Mark
Interactive effects of temperature, food, and skeletal mineralogy mediate responses to ocean acidification in a globally distributed bryozoan
Daniel Swezey
Downstream impacts of elevated CO2 on neurosensory and behavioural endpoints in marine fish
Rachael M. Heuer
1415 Sensitivity of cultured larval mussels (Perna canaliculus) to seawater aragonite saturation state
Zoë Hilton
Intraspecific variability in the response of coral to increasing temperature and ocean acidification
Emily Shaw
Losing ecosystem resistance to change: when grazers fail to compensate for primary productivity
Bayden Russell
1430 Using physiology to optimise water quality and the sustainability of intensive recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS)
Robert Ellis
Exploratory analysis of neurophysiological changes under ocean warming and acidification (OWA) in two Gadid species using 1H-NMR spectroscopy
Christian Bock
Zooplankton Behaviour Influences Vulnerability to ocean acidification: Results from an Individually-Based Simulation Model
Paul McElhany
1445 Discussion Coral calcification under thermal stress and ocean acidification
Juan Pablo D’Olivo Cordero
Physiological and Behavioural Responses of Fishes to Elevated CO2: Striving for Accuracy and Repeatability Across Studies
Timothy Clark
1500 Afternoon Tea
Federation Ballroom
Theme E: Ocean Acidification and society – from mitigation to food security  Theme F: Ocean Acidification and the increasingly crowded ocean – global change multistressors Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification
Room Grand Ballroom 1 Grand Ballroom 3 Federation Concert Hall
Chair Jessica Ericson Elvira Poloczanska Janice Lough
1530 Options for Adapting to ocean acidification: U.S. Perspective
Libby Jewett
The shifting paradigm of epiphytic symbiosis in a changing ocean
Steve Doo
Environmental control on Emiliania huxleyi coccolithophore calcification in the Mediterranean Sea
Patrizia Ziveri
1545 The Pacific Partnership on Ocean Acidification
Tommy Moore
Cleaning determine physiological acclimation capacity to the ocean of tomorrow
José Ricardo Paula
Osteoporic sea urchin skeletons in a high CO2 world
Roberta Johnson
1600 Metamorphic and proteomic responses of fast-growing and slow-growing larval cohorts of a Pacific oyster to ocean acidification and warming
Ginger Wai Kuen Ko
The Interacting Effects of ocean acidification and Eutrophication on the Macroalgae Ulva
Leah Reidenbach
Sensitivity of Corals to ocean acidification: the Influence of pH at the Site of Calcification in Modulating Rates of Calcification
Steeve Comeau
1615 Bioengineering slow flow habitats as refugia for coastal calcifiers from ocean acidification
Catriona Hurd
Impact of hypoxia, warming and acidification on the early ontogeny of tropical sharks
Rui Rosa
Deep-sea corals in a high CO2 ocean: behaviour, physiology and growth in Desmophyllum dianthus
Fiona Murray
1630 Resilience Approaches to Management of Near-term ocean acidification
Terrie Klinger
Cleaning interactions under ocean acidification and warming
José Ricardo Paula
How Corals Control Calcification: the Role of pH Up-regulation in a High CO2 World
Malcolm McCulloch
1645 Optimising island-scale biological buffering of ocean acidification
Mathieu Mongin
Ocean Acidification and Increased Temperature have both Positive and Negative Effects on Early Ontogeny Traits of a Rocky Shore Keystone Predator Species
Patricio Manriquez
Outer organic layer and internal repair mechanism protects pteropod Limacina helicina from ocean acidification
Vicky Peck
1700 The efficacy and impacts of large-scale ocean alkalinity injection
Andrew Lenton
Double trouble at high latitudes:ocean acidification and warming challenge embryogenesis in Atlantic cod Gadus morhua and polar cod Boreogadus saida
Flemming Dahlke
Response of Coralline Algae to ocean acidification: the Influence of pH and Inorganic Carbon Speciation at the Site of Calcification
Christopher Cornwall
1715 Mitigation of ocean acidification through enhanced olvine weathering
Francesc Montserrat
Temperature stress in combination with increased pCO2 lead to increased deformities in European lobster juveniles (Homarus gammarus), but what happens in the exoskeleton and gastroliths?
Ann-Lisbeth Agnalt
Soft echinoderms to be expected in the future? Impact of ocean acidification on the mechanical properties of the skeleton and underlying mechanisms
Philippe Dubois
Symposium Dinner @ MONA
1815
Board Ferry at Brooke St Pier  See google map.
1830
Ferry Departs Brooke St Pier
The function at MONA  starts at 1900 with a private tour of the museum. Drinks in The Void will be served at 8pm. See google map.

Friday 6 May 2016

0800 Registration
Mezzanine Foyer
Room Federation Concert Hall
Chair Nelson Lagos
0830 Plenary Session
Challenge of policy and adaptation for people and businesses
Stefan Gelcich
Chair Alistair Hobday
0930 Plenary Session
Projections of the responses of living marine resources to carbon emissions
William Cheung
1030 Morning Tea
Federation Ballroom
Theme E: Ocean Acidification and society – from mitigation to food security  Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification Theme B: Ecological effects of Ocean Acidification
Room Grand Ballroom 1 Federation Concert Hall Grand Ballroom 3
Chair Zoë Hilton Philip Munday Sean Connell
1100 Offshore Carbon Capture and Storage: Environmental Impact Assessment, Monitoring and Research Synergies with OA
Jerry Blackford
Heteroscedasticity is your friend: diurnally fluctuating acidification increases variance in – but not mean of – growth rate in barnacles
Jonathan Havenhand
Can corals acclimate to the high CO2 world?
Haruko Kurihara
1115 Relative potential impacts of local and global CO2 release: comparison of natural variability and trends to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) risk for Bass Strait, Australia
Nick Hardman-Mountford
Evidence of fast adaption to ocean acidification in a pelagic copepod
Peter Thor
Biofilms Under the Influence of Acid and Ice
Shane Powell
1130 Development and delivery of scientific knowledge and policy guidance on high latitude ocean acidification through different international organizational platforms
Richard Bellerby
Heritability of CO2 Tolerance in a Coral Reef Fish
Megan Welch
Ocean acidification Impacts Primary and Bacterial Production in Antarctic Coastal Waters during Austral Summer
Karen Westwood
1145 Governing ocean acidification: Evaluating the international policy response
Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb
Trans-Generational Plasticity in the New Zealand Sea Star Patiriella regularis in Response to Combined ocean acidification and Warming: The Effects of Adult Exposure on Offspring Performance
Kate Sparks
Variability in response of Antarctic marine microbes to enhanced pCO2
Andrew Davidson
1200 Building capacities and bridging gaps on Ocean Acidification research for equatorial developing countries: Ecuadorian experience
Francisco Navarrete-Mier
The Genetics and Epigenetics Governing the Transition from Plasticity to Adaptation During Long-term Growth at High CO2 in the Globally Distributed Marine Diazotroph Trichodesmium
Nathan Walworth
In-situ community respiration and photosynthetic responses of Antarctic microphytobenthos to ocean acidification
James Black
1215 Ocean acidification and the political agenda
Kirsten Isensee
Hypercarbia enhances metabolic thermotolerance of the cold temperate nototheniod Notothenia angustata
Felix Mark
Effects of in situ CO2 Enrichment on Structural Characteristics, Photosynthesis, and Growth of the Mediterranean Seagrass Posidonia oceanica
Jean-Pierre Gattuso
1230 Lunch
Federation Ballroom
Theme F: Ocean Acidification and the increasingly crowded ocean – global change multistressors Theme A: Organism responses to Ocean Acidification  Theme B: Ecological effects of Ocean Acidification
Room Grand Ballroom 1 Federation Concert Hall Grand Ballroom 3
Chair Heidi Pethybridge Peter Thor Jean-Pierre Gattuso
1330 Development of Macrocystis pyrifera and Undaria pinnatifida Meiospores under Ocean Warming, ocean acidification and Copper Pollution
Pablo Leal
Exaptation and the Case for Ecology in Understanding ocean acidification Impacts
George Waldbusser
Phytoplankton community composition and succession at increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide: insights from mesocosm studies
Kai Schulz
1345 Integrated modelling of ocean acidification and warming impacts on fish species and the marine food web in the Barents Sea
Stefan Koenigstein
Potential for adaptation to ocean acidification along an upwelling system: Lessons of the southernmost South American sea urchin Loxechinus albus
Juan Diego Gaitan-Espitia
Ice Acidification: effect of elevated pCO2 on Antarctic Sea Ice Communities
Andrew McMinn
1400 Predicting macroalgal responses to multiple environmental changes using functional relationships from uptake mechanisms to growth rates
Janet Kübler
Different Sensitivities to ocean acidification between Populations of the Sydney Rock Oyster: Role of Filtration and Ion-regulatory Capacities
Laura S. Stapp
Southern Ocean Emiliania huxleyi coccolithophorid populations exhibit different ecophysiology and vulnerability to ocean acidification compared to Northern Hemisphere counterparts
Gustaaf Hallegraeff
1415 Phase shift from kelp bed to turfing algae increases with multiple stressors, and represents alternative stable states
Craig Johnson
Evolutionary rescue from ocean acidification?
Peter Thor
Reversal of ocean acidification enhances net coral reef calcification
Ken Caldeira
1430 A simple model for describing coccolithophorid cellular rate responses to ocean change
Natasha Gafar
Growth of deepsea coral: assessing potential impacts of ocean acidification
Di Tracey
‘Ocean Acidification’ threats through the lens of biogeography in global hot spots of biodiversity and upwelling ecosystems: SEAFOAM WG approach to mitigate OA and Cobalt Mining in Seamounts
Robert George
1445 Multiple Stressors in an Estuarine Environment: Drivers of changes in the Chesapeake Bay CO2 system
Elizabeth Shadwick
Larval responses of a prey and a predator to ocean acidification
Camilla Campanati
Biofilms: The missing link in understanding the effects of ocean acidification on Settlement Selection?
Katie Nelson
1500 Afternoon Tea
Federation Ballroom
1525

Closing Session

Federation Concert Hall
Chair: Jean-Pierre Gattuso

1525 X-Prize Presentation
Matt Mulrennan
1540 Where is ocean acidification research going?
Ken Caldeira
1630 – 1645 Student Prizes and Symposium Close
Federation Concert Hall