Posters

  •  Dr BOZEC Yann, Marine Chemistry Unit-SBR/CNRS - France

High Frequency Monitoring of pCO2 using a CARIOCA sensor on a Marel buoy in a temperate coastal ecosystem: The Bay of Brest (2003-present)

 

Estimating the CO2 fluxes over the North Atlantic subtropical basin

 

  •  Dr GODDIJN-MURPHY, Environmental Research Institute, Scotland

The derivation of a CO2 fugacity climatology from SOCAT's global in situ data.

 

Comparison of WAVEWATCH-III ® model output whitecap fraction with in situ observations

 

Controls on CO2 flux variation at a sustained observatory (PAP-SO) in the northeast Atlantic Ocean

 

  • Dr Ho David, University of Hawaii - USA

Rain-induced gas exchange: When and where does it matter?

 

  • Dr Jones Steve, University of East Anglia -UK

Decadal trends in surface ocean pCO2

 

Wave breaking analysis using stereo video system.

 

  • Dr Lourantou Anna, Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement - France
On the assignment of prior ocean flux errors in CO2 atmospheric inversions

Interpretation of eddy covariance measurements of CO2 and DMS fluxes and gas transfer coefficients using outputs from the OceanFlux Greenhouse Gases project

 

  • Mr MARREC Pierre, Station Biologique de Roscoff - France

Spatio-temporal dynamics of air-sea CO2 fluxes in the Western English Channel (WEC) based on FerryBox measurements

 

  • Dr Wanninkhof Richard, NOAA/AOML -USA

The NOAA Ship of opportunity pCO2 project

 

  •  Dr WOOLF David, Heriot-Watt University

Uncertainty and ambiguity in air-sea gas fluxes; a flexible system in response to a debate on transfer velocity.