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Fred T. Mackenzie: Abstracts

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ABSTRACTS 1965 - 2016

    1. (with L.S. Land) Die Pleistocene Fazies in Bermuda.  INQUA, VII International Congress, General Sessions, 311‑312 (1965).
    2. (with R.M. Garrels) Chemical mass balance between stream and ocean waters. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 47, 84‑85 (1966).
    3. (with R.M. Garrels) Silica‑bicarbonate balance in oceans and early diagenesis.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 50, 625 (1966).
    4. (with G.K. Billings and O.P. Bricker) The non-conservatism of conservative elements in sea water. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 48, 137 (1967).
    5. (with H.C. Helgeson and  R.M. Garrels) Evaluation of irreversible reactions involving minerals and aqueous solutions.  Geological Society of America Special Paper, No. 101, 92 (1968).
    6. (with S.B. Upchurch) Bermuda carbonate platform:  Quantitative  analysis of depositional environments.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 52, 553 (1968).
    7. (with R.M. Garrels) Sediment distribution, differential sedimentary cycling, and geochemical "uniformitarianism." Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 53, 718‑719 (1969).
    8. (with H.L. Vacher) Bermuda's glacioeustatic stratigraphic section.  VII Congress INQUA, Paris, Resumes des Communications, 254 (1969).
    9. (with R. Wollast and O.P. Bricker) Experimental precipitation and genesis of sepiolite at Earth surface conditions.  Geological Society of America Special Paper, No. 121, 183‑184 (1969).
    10. (with R.M. Garrels) Diagenesis of shaly rocks.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 54, 858 (1970).
    11. (with H.L. Vacher) Pleistocene calcarenite lithosomes of Bermuda.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 54, 873‑874 (1970).
    12. (with D.C. Thorstenson and B. Ristvet) Experimental cementation of carbonate sands. Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 55, 367 (1971).
    13. (with R.M. Garrels) Chemical history of the oceans.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 55, 351 (1971).
    14. (with G.M. Lafon) Early evolution of oceans - a weathering model.  Bull. Ame. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 55, 348 (1971).
    15. (with D.C. Thorstenson) Interstitial  water chemistry of reducing carbonate sediments, Devil's Hole Bermuda.  International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics XV General Assembly Meeting, 54 (1971).
    16. (with N.L. Plummer) Predicting mineral solubility from rate data: Application to the dissolution of magnesian calcites.  Geological Society of America Abstracts, 4, 629‑630 (1972).
    17. (with  B.L. Ristvet, D.C. Thorstenson and R.H. Leeper) Pore‑water chemistry and early diagenesis of nearshore marine sediments.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 57, 801‑802 (1973).
    18. (with D.C. Thorstenson) Chemical transport in reducing marine sediments. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 54, 490.
    19. (with A. Lerman and L.N. Plummer) Mineral dissolution and precipitation:  S‑shaped kinetics.  Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 54, 341 (1973).
    20. (with K. Badiozamani and D.C. Thorstenson) Diagnosis of diagenetic environments of carbonate rocks by the fabric of their cement.  Geological Society of America Abstract, 5, 539 (1973).
    21. (with R. Wollast and G. Billen) Chemical and bacteriological behavior of mercury compounds in natural systems:  Tentative model of the global cycle of mercury.  In: Toxicology of Heavy Metals and Organo‑Halogens, NATO Conf. Abst. (1974).
    22. Man's impact on global element cycles.  American Chemical Society, Abstract Papers, 169th Annual Meeting, Symposium on Marine Chemistry in the Coastal Environment, Port City Press, Baltimore, Maryland (1975).
    23. (with A. Lerman) Rates of neoformation of aluminosilicates and chert in shallow and deep sea sediments.  Geological Society of America Abstracts, 7, 1167 (1975).
    24. (with A. Lerman) CO2:  Solutions for material balance on land and in the  ocean.   Abstract prepared for ONR Conference "The Fate of Fossil Fuel CO2 ", January, Honolulu, Hawaii (1976).
    25. (with R.J. Lantzy) Natural and anthropogenic sources of atmospheric trace elements:  An assessment of man's impact. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 58, 397 (1977).
    26. (with R.J. Lantzy) Man's impact on the global sedimentary cycles of metals.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 61, 810 (1977).
    27. Sedimentary cycling models of global processes.  Geological Society of America Abstracts, 9, 1080 (1977).
    28. The atmosphere and the sedimentary cycle.  Geological Society of America Abstracts, 10, 449 (1978).
    29. (with B.L. Ristvet, D.C. Thorstenson and A. Lerman) "Reverse weathering" and mass balance between rivers and oceans.  FAO, River Inputs to Ocean Systems, Rome, Italy (1979).
    30. (with I.F. Brown) N2O consumption in the water column of a subtropical lagoon during summer stratification. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 60, 282 (1979).
    31. (with J. Pigott) Phanerozoic coid diagenesis:  A signature of paleoocean and atmospheric chemistry.  Geological Society of America Abstracts, 11, 495‑496 (1979).
    32. (with J. Pigott and J. Schoonmaker) Phanerozoic carbonate diagenesis: A new model.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 64, 764‑765 (1980).
    33. (with J. Pigott) Global tectonic control of Phanerozoic long‑term cycling of carbon.  International Geological Congress Abstracts, 2, 506 (1980).
    34. (with I.F. Brown) Nitrogen cycle in stratified waters of a subtropical lagoon, Harrington Sound, Bermuda.  ASLO (1981).
    35. (with W.D. Bischoff and V. Paterson) Geochemical mass balance for sulfur‑ and nitrogen‑bearing acid components, Eastern United States.  American Chemical Society Annual Meeting Abstracts (1982).
    36. (with J.E. Schoonmaker and R.C. Speed) Illite/smectite transformation:  Use in estimation of uplift and overburden removal.  19th Annual Clay Minerals Society Meeting, August, Abstracts (1982).
    37. (with J.E. Schoonmaker and H. Chang) Diagenesis and mass transfer in sandstone‑shale sequences and the sedimentary cycle.  American Association of Petroleum Geologists Research Conference, Role of clay minerals in hydrocarbon exploration.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 66, 1445 (1982).
    38. (with H. Chang) Mineral reaction pathways and mass transfer in sandstone‑shale sequences, Brazil.  Bull. American Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 66, 558‑559 (1982).
    39.  (with J. Pigott) Phanerozoic ocean‑atmosphere‑sediment history: Secular variations and tectonic control.  International Sed. Congress, Hamilton, Ontario, August, Abstracts, 114 (1982).
    40. (with R. Wollast) Early diagenesis of clay minerals in the benthic boundary layer.  Proceedings Joint Oceanographic Assembly, Halifax, Nova Scotia, August, Abstracts (1982).
    41. (with J. Schoonmaker and R.M. Garrels) Behavior of calcite in seawater:  Experimental evidence for magnesian calcite overgrowths.  Geological Society of America Abstracts, 14, 612 (1982).
    42. (with W.D. Bischoff and F.C. Bishop) Biogenically produced magnesian calcite:  Inhomogeneities in chemical and physical properties; comparison with synthetic phases.  Geological Society of America Abstracts, 14, 444 (1982).
    43. (with H. Chang and J.E. Schoonmaker) Diagenesis and mass transfer in sandstone‑shale sequences.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geologists, 67, 508 (1984).
    44. (with E. De Carlo) Determination of stable isotopes by furnace absorption spectrophotometry.  Internatl. Chemical Cong., Pacific Basin Soc., Honolulu, Dec. 16‑21 (1984).
    45. (with C. Agegian) Importance of coralline algae in the oceanic budget of carbon.  Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 66, 1083 (1985).
    46. (with W.D. Bischoff and C. Agegian) Magnesian calcite stabilities in aqueous solution:  contrasts in results from dissolution of biogenic and synthetic phases and biogenic precipitation.  Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstracts (1985).
    47. (with J.E. Schoonmaker and M. Manghnani) The effect of diagenesis on compressional velocity‑depth gradients in clay‑rich deep sea sediments.  Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 67, 291 (1986).
    48. (with J. Urmos and S.K. Sharma) Characterization of biominerals with Raman spectroscopy.  Eos, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 67, 1721 (1986).
    49. Past, present and future of global carbon cycling in the euphotic zone.  Western Soc. Naturalists 67th Ann. Mtg. Abstracts, 33 (1986).
    50. (with C.A. Agegian) Biominerilization, atmospheric CO2 and the history of ocean chemistry.  Proceedings 5th International Conference. Biomineral, Dept. Geology, Univ. Texas, Arlington, 2 (1986).
    51. (with M. Bertram) The solubility of magnesian calcites at elevated temperatures.  Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 69, 528 (1988).
    52. (with A. Lerman and A. Hull) Pathways of carbon, phosphorus, and essential heavy metals: present-day cycles and limits for the geologic past.  Annual Workshop in Earth System Science, July 25-29 (1988).
    53. (with P. Sharma, R. Wollast, and M. Teiser) Biological cycling of carbon and sulfur in a Mangrove Lake, Bermuda.  International Phycotalk Symposium, Varanasi, India, Abstracts, 28-29 (1988).
    54. (with C. Sabine, J. S. Tribble, and C. R. Agegian) Benthically-derived carbonates and their importance in the global CO2 cycle. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 70, 355 (1989).
    55.  (with K. A. McGuirk and A. Lerman) Nitrogen global cycle and 15N/14N fractionation in fluxes.  Bull. Geol. Soc. America Abstracts (1989).
    56. Sedimentary cycling and the Phanerozoic carbonate mass distribution.  Amer. Chem. Soc. Natl. Mtg. Abst. (1989).
    57. (with C. Sabine) Additional sinks for anthropogenic CO2 in the oceanic system.  7th Internal. Symp. Commission Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution, Chemistry of the Global Atmosphere, Chamrousse, France, Abst., 185 (1990).
    58. (with C. Sabine) Early diagenesis of benthically-derived carbonates and their importance in the carbon cycle.  Bull. Amer. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, 74, 771 (1990).
    59. (with M. Lane) Mechanisms and rates of natural carbonate fluorapatite dissolution.  Bull. Geol. Soc. America, Abst., A208 (1990).
    60. (with J.W. Morse) Influence of solution chemistry and reaction kinetics on CaCO3 transport in subsurface environments.  Bull. Geol. Soc. America Abst., A319 (1991).
    61. (with M. Lane) Kinetics of carbonate fluorapatite dissolution: Application to natural systems.  Bull. Geol. Soc. America Abst., A151 (1991).
    62. (with C. Winn, C. Sabine, D. Hebel, and D.M. Karl) Inorganic carbon system dynamics in the Central Pacific Ocean: Results of the Hawaii Ocean Time-Series Program. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 51, 70 (1991).
    63. (with R. Arvidson) Kinetics of dolomite crystal growth in solution: The role of temperature and solution composition. Bull. Geol. Soc. America Abst., A397 (1993).
    64. (with R. Sivaramakrshnan) A thermodynamic model of endogenic siderite precipitation in Plio-Pleistocene Black Sea. Bull. Geol. Soc. America Abst., A318 (1993).
    65. (with A. Lerman and L.M. Ver) Global nitrogen cycle within the coupled C-N-P system. Chem. Geol., 107, 389-392 (1993).
    66. (with R. Arvidson) Comparative geochemistry of carbonates, phosphates and silica. GAC-MAC Annual Meeting Abst. (1993).
    67. (with L.M. Ver and A. Lerman) Biogeochemical controls of nutrient trace-metal fluxes from land to ocean margin. Bull. Geol. Soc. America Abst., A19 (1994).
    68. (with R. Arvidson) Experimental determination of dolomite precipitation rate: Implications for secular changes in seawater chemistry. Bull. Geol. Soc. America Abst., A66 (1994).
    69. Climate change: current trends and applications.  Climate change implications amd adaptation strategies or the Indo-Pacific Island Nations, Workshop Proc., U.S. Country Studies Program, 29-30 (1994).
    70. (with L.M. Ver and M. Guidry) Industrial ecology of the coupled biogeochemical cycles of C, N, P, and S. IGBP Scientific Symposium on Natural and Anthropogenic Changes:  Impacts on Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Book of Abstracts, 15 (1995).
    71. (with L.M. Ver and A. Lerman) Modeling the behavior of biogeochemical cycles in the land-coastal margin system during global change. Proc. Interntl. Symposium Earth Science, Korea-Inter-University Inst. Ocean Science, Pusan, Korea, Abst. (1995).
    72. (with A.K. Adams) Deep inorganic carbon system of the Arabian Sea: evidence for calcite dissolution above the lysocline?  Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 78, 199 (1997).
    73. (with R. Arvidson) General kinetic model for dolomite precipitation rate with application to the secular history of seawater composition.  Geol. Soc. America Abst. Cordilleran Section, 29, 47 (1997).
    74. (with L.M. Ver and A. Lerman) Roles of the terrestrial and coastal-oceanic reservoirs in the control and coupling of the biogeochemical cycles C-N-P-S on a 300-year time scale of global perturbations. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 78, F830 (1997).
    75. (with A.K. Adams and C.D. Winn) Sequestration of carbon dioxide in the modern-day deep Indian Ocean and significance in glacial/interglacial carbon budgets. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 78, F392-F393 (1997).
    76. (with P.J. Troy and Y-H. Li) Measured calcite and aragonite dissolution in the upper water column.  Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 78, F386 (1997).
    77. Horizontal flux: the tie that finds land, coast, open ocean and atmosphere. Rept. LOICZ Open Sci. Mtg. 1997: Global Change Science in the Coastal Zone, LOICZ Meeting Rept. 29, LOICZ International Project Office, NIOZ, The  Netherlands, 5 (1997).
    78. (with A.K. Adams and C.D. Winn) The Arabian Sea inorganic carbon system during the 1995 Southwest Monsoon: A perspective from WOCE line I17N. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, Ocean Sciences Mtg., 79, OS52 (1998).
    79. (with A. Lerman and L.M. Ver) Partitioning of anthropogenic CO2 by C-N-P-S cycle coupling on land and in coastal oceanic environment.  Eighth Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference Abstracts, Toulouse, France (1998).
    80. (with L.M. Ver and A. Lerman) Partitioning of anthropogenic CO2:  Present mechanisms and future scenarios. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union (1999).
    81. (with L.M. Ver and A. Lerman) Partitioning of atmospheric CO2 and the Kyoto Protocol. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union. (2000)
    82. (with A. Lerman and L. M. Ver) Carbon cycle in the past 300 years and future projections. Am. Assoc. Pet. Geologists 2000 Abstracts, New Orleans, p. A91 (2000).
    83. (with L.M. Ver and A. Lerman) Future levels of atmospheric CO2 under the Kyoto Protocol. Eos Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, May 9, p. S84 (2000).
    84. (with L.M. Ver and A. Lerman) Past. Present and future behavior of the global carbon cycle. European Research Conference Geochemistry of Crustal Fluids, Granada, Spain, p. 24 (2000).
    85. (with M.W. Guidry) Activation energy of apatite dissolution: implications for marine net ecosystem production over the Phanerozoic. Geological Society America Annual Meeting 2000 Abstracts, Reno, NV, p. A-212 (2000).
    86. (with R.S. Arvidson) The Phanerozoic history of seawater composition: a model involving the cycling of major dissolved components. Geological Society America Annual Meeting 2000 Abstracts, Reno, NV, p. A-67 (2000).
    87. (with R.S. Arvidson) Geochemical cycling of major seawater components over the past 150 MA. Goldschmidt 2000 International Conference for Geochemistry, Cambridge Publications, Cambridge, UK, p. 159 (2000).
    88. (with M.W. Guidry) Apatite weathering and the Phanerozoic phosphorus cycle, Goldschmidt 2000 International Conference for Geochemistry, Cambridge, UK, p. 659 (2000).
    89. (with A. Lerman and L. M. Ver) Nitrogen and phosphorus controls of the carbon cycle. Goldschmidt 2000 International Conference for Geochemistry, Cambridge, UK, p. 638 (2000).
    90. (with K. Tanaka) Dynamic interpretation of statistical correlation analysis of three-year chemical and biological dataset, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Extended Abstracts Volume Sixth International Symposium on the Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface, Honolulu, HI, p. 398-404 (2002).
    91. (with D. Hoover) Weathering, development, and fluvial nutrient impacts on Oahu coastal ecosystems. Extended Abstracts Volume Sixth International Symposium on the Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface (GES-6), Honolulu, HI, p. 82-86 (2002).
    92. (with A.J. Andersson) Shoal water carbonate geochemistry: The effect of global warming and rising atmospheric CO2. Extended Abstracts Volume Sixth International Symposium on the Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface (GES-6), Honolulu, HI, p. 107-112 (2002).
    93. (with S. Frisia, A. Borsato, and R. Tomasoni) Dissolution experiments and natural weathering of carbonates. Goldschmidt 2002 International Conference for Geochemistry, Cambridge Publications, UK, (2002).
    94. (with A. Lerman and L.M. Ver) Biogeochemical limits on greening of the Earth. Goldschmidt 2002 International Conference for Geochemistry, Cambridge Publications, UK, (2002).
    95. (with R. Arvidson and M. Guidry) MAGic! – A comprehensive model for Earth system geochemical cycling over Phanerozoic time. Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, 5, 13275 (2003).
    96. (with L.M. Ver, A. Andersson, and A. Lerman) Coastal zone control of interacting C-N-P cycles under global change. U.S. Global Change Program, Washington D.C. (2003).
    97. (with A. Andersson) Response of the oceanic carbonate cycle to rising atmospheric CO2 and global warming.  Geochemistry Seminar, University of Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands (2002).
    98. (with D.J. Hoover) Low-flow and storm runoff nutrient fluxes from small Oahu watersheds. Invited contribution, AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI (2002).
    99. (with A. Andersson and L.M. Ver) Solution of shallow water carbonates:  An insignificant buffer against rising atmospheric CO2.  AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, CA (2003).
    100. (with A. Andersson) Effects of climate changes and anthropogenic organic carbon inputs on the carbonate mineral-pore water system.  AGU fall meeting, San Francisco, CA (2003).
    101. (with S. Ringuet) Impacts of storm runoff on nutrient limitation of phytoplankton in a subtropical embayment.  EGS-AGU Joint Assembly (2003).
    102. (with D.J. Hoover and S. Ringuet) Fluvial nitrogen and phosphorus in Hawaii: Land use, storm runoff, and impacts on coastal ecosystems. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah (2003a).
    103. (with D.J. Hoover,  K. Tanaka, and S. Ringuet). Nutrient loading and response in southern Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii: Point- and non-point-source inputs and impacts. Invited contribution, ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah (2003b).
    104. (with S. Ringuet) Runoff nutrient and suspended sediment fluxes, cycling and management in southern Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.  AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (2003).
    105. (with A. Andersson)  Shallow water ocean: A source or sink of Atmospheric CO2?  ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI (2004).
    106. (with S. Ringuet and D.J. Hoover) Baseflow and storm-runoff impacts on an urbanized subtropical estuary. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI  (2004).
    107. (with A.J. Andersson and A. Lerman)  Cycling and evolution of carbon within the shallow-water ocean environment since the Last Glacial Maximum.  Abstracts Goldschmidt Conference, June, Copenhagen, Denmark (2004).
    108. Coupling of perturbed C-N-P cycles in industrial time.  Aquatic Geochemistry, 10, p. 3-32 (2004).
    109. (with K.E. Fagan, D.W. Sadler and J. Dilg) Processes controlling air-sea exchange of carbon dioxide, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii.  PICES 13 Fall meeting, Honolulu, HI (2004).
    110. (with K.E. Fagan and A.J. Andersson) Processes controlling air-sea exchange of carbon dioxide in a subtropical Pacific estuary, EOS Trans. AGU, 85 (47), Fall Meeting Suppl., Abstract, OS13A-0521 (2004).
    111. (with M. Guidry and R.S. Arvison) How tightly coupled are seafloor spreading rates and seawater-atmosphere composition.  15th Annual Goldschmidt Conference, Moscow, Idaho (2005).
    112. (with C.E. Young, D.J. Hoover, E.H. DeCarlo, M.A. McManus)  Impact of storm runoff from subtropical watersheds on coastal water quality and productivity. 15th Annual Goldschmidt Conference, Moscow, Idaho (2005).
    113. (with K.E. Fagan, F. Paquay, and D.E. Lockett IV) Processes controlling air-sea exchange of CO2 in subtropical Pacific estuaries.  ASLO Spring Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah (2005).
    114. (with A. Lerman)  Carbon dioxide sea-air exchange:  the roles of carbonate and organic carbon storage.  Geological Society of America, 37 (7), p. 185 (2005).
    115. (with J.W. Morse)  A new approach to understanding MG-Calcites and implications for their oceanic response to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide.  Geological Society of America, 37 (7), p. 334 (2005).
    116. (with A.J. Andersson and N. Bates)  Fast reactions of metastable carbonate minerals under rising pCO2. Geological Society of America, 37 (7), p. 334 (2005).
    117. (with E.H. DeCarlo, C.W. Young, D.J. Hoover, K. Fagan, and R. Scheinberg)  Integrated biogeochemical observations of coastal ocean productivity driven by storm inputs.  Geological Society of America, 37 (7), p. 398 (2005).
    118. (with R.S. Arvidson and M. Guidry)  The control of Phanerozoic atmosphere and seawater composition by basalt-seawater exchange reactions.  7th International Symposium on the Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface (GES-7), Aix-en-Provence, France (2005).
    119. (with D.J. Hoover. E.H. De Carlo, and R.D. Scheinberg)  Storm runoff and biogeochemical cycles in two Hawaiian estuaries:  Episodic inputs with long-term impacts.  Summer ASLO Meeting, Santiago de Compostela, Spain (2005).
    120. (with C.W. Young, Y.J. Veilerobe, D.J. Hoover, R.D. Scheinberg, K.E. Fagan, and E.H. De Carlo)  Combined use of a coral reef instrument platform (CRIMP) and synoptic water column sampling to characterize temporally and spatially the biogeochemical response of Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii to storm runoff input.  Inaugural LOICZ II Conference, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands (2005).
    121. (with E.H. De Carlo, D.J. Hoover, C.W. Young, K.E. Fagan, and R.D. Scheinberg)  Integrated biogeochemical observations of coastal ocean productivity driven by storm inputs.  GSA Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah (2005).
    122. (with C.E. Ostrander, M.A. McManus, R.F. Solomon, and E.H. De Carlo) Spatial and temporal variability of freshwater plumes derived from storm events in a semi-enclosed estuarine bay system: Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.  Sixth International Symposium on Stratified Flows, Perth, Western Australia (2006).
    123. (with A. Lerman and L. Wu) Carbon dioxide weathering flux since the Last Glacial Maximum to the present: its control of river water composition and its role in the global carbon cycle.  AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (2006).
    124. (with R.F. Solomon, C.E. Ostrander, M. Chung, F.S. Paquay, L.E. DeGelleke, M. Akiba, K.E. Fagan, E.H. De Carlo, M.A. McManus, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) The effects of storm events on CO2 exchange in southern Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.  AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (2006).
    125. (with E.H. De Carlo , R. Solomon, C. Ostrander, M. Chung, L. DeGelleke, M. Akiba, F. Paquay, K. Fagan, M. McManus, C. Sabine, and R. Feely) Impact of short term climatic forcing on biogeochemical processes and gas exchange between southern Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii and the atmosphere.  AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (2006).
    126. (with A. Lerman and A. Andersson) Land-Ocean Margin Transfers in the Context of Climate Change. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL (2008).
    127. (with E.H. DeCarlo, K.E. Fagan, R.A. Feely, M.A. McManus, C.O. Ostrander, C.L Sabine and R.F. Solomon ) The Effects of Local Climatic Forcing on Nutrient Delivery, Phytoplankton Productivity and Air-Sea Exchange of CO2 in Southern Kanehoe Bay, Hawaii. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL (2008).
    128. (with A.J. Andersson, P.L. Jokiel, I.B. Kuffner, and K.S. Rodgers) Ocean Acidification and Coral Reefs: Will Changes in Community Structure Overwhelm Sub-lethal Decreases in Calcification Rates? Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL (2008).
    129. (with E.H. DeCarlo, K. E. Fagan, R.A.Feely, C.L. Sabine and R.F. Solomon) Variability in the Surcace Water Inorganic Carbon Parameters of a Hawaiian Coral Reef System and Implications for Calcification Rates. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL (2008).
    130. (with S.C. Doney, R.A. Feely, J.F. Lamarque, I. Lima, N. Mahowald, and P.J. Rasch) Impact of Anthropogenic Atmospheric Nitrogen and Sulfur Deposition on Ocean Acidification and Inorganic Carbon System. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL (2008).
    131. (with A. J. Andersson, J. Bouchez, and A. Lerman) Long-term role of the coastal ocean in the carbon cycle, land-to-ocean transfer, and atmosphere-ocean CO2 exchange. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10.( 2008)
    132. (with E.H. De Carlo, P. Drupp, K.E. Fagan, R.A. Feely, C.L. Sabine) Variability in Carbon Dioxide Exchange Between the Ocean and the Atmosphere from Different Tropical Reefs Settings in Hawaii. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS53C-1335. (2008)
    133. (with R.F. Solomon, C.O. Ostrander, K.E. Fagan, E.H. De Carlo, M.A. McManus, C.L. Sabine, R.A. Feely) The effects of local climatic forcing on nutrient delivery, phytoplankton productivity and air-sea exchange of CO2 in southern Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Ocean Sciences Meeting, March 2-7 Session 158, Abstract 840 (2008).
    134. (with K.E. Fagan, R.G. Solomon, C.L. Sabine, R.A. Feely, and E.H. De Carlo) Variability in the surface water inorganic carbon parameters of a Hawaiian coral reef system and implications for calcification rates. Ocean Sciences Meeting, March 2-7 Session 003, Abstract 1487 (2008).
    135. (with P.L. Jokiel, K. Rodgers, I.B. Kuffner, A.J. Andersson, and E.F. Cox) Use of replicated coral reef mesocosm studies to establish the potential impact of ocean acidification. International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS), Ft. Lauderdale, FL, July 7-11 (2008).
    136. (with E.H. De Carlo, A.J. Andersson, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) Behavior of subtropical coastal reef environments under rising atmospheric carbon dioxide and ocean acidification: The example of Hawaii and Bermuda. The Oceans in a High CO2 World. Musée Océanographique de Monaco, Monaco, October 6-9 (2008).
    137. (with A.J. Andersson, N.R. Bates, I.B. Kuffner, A.B. Lerman, P.L. Jokiel, K.S. Rodgers, and A. Tan) Dissolution of CaCO3 in shallow water carbonate environments in the high CO2 world of the Anthropocene. Second International Symposium on The Ocean in a High-CO2 World, Monaco October 6-9 (2008).
    138. (with E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, K.E. Fagan, R.A. Feely, and C.L. Sabine) Variability in Carbon Dioxide Exchange Between the Ocean and the Atmosphere from Different Tropical Reef Settings in Hawai’i. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19 (2008).
    139. with E.H. De Carlo, A.J. Andersson, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) CO2-carbonate system dynamics in subtropical coastal reef environments under rising atmospheric CO2. The 237th ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 22-26 (2009).
    140. (with A. Lerman, M. Guidry, A. Andersson, and R. Arvidson) CO2 and the oceans: carbon balance, temperature and acidification. AAPG annual convention and exhibition, Denver, Colorado, June 7-10 (2009).
    141. (with P.S. Drupp, D.P.H. Dumas, and E.H. De Carlo) Nutrient inputs, dynamics, and phytoplankton response in a semi-enclosed subtropical embayment, Kaneohe Bay, Hawai’i. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18. Paper HD42D-06 (2009).
    142. (with P.S. Drupp, D.P.H. Dumas, E.H. De Carlo, S. Maenner-Jones, S. Musielewicz, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) Driving Factors in the Temporal Variability in Productivity and Ocean-Atmosphere CO2 ​Exchange in Hawai‘ian Coastal Waters. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, February 22-26. Paper CO15-B07 (2010).
    143. (with K.E.F. Shamberger, R.A. Feely, C.L. Sabine, P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, M. Atkinson, and D.A. Butterfield) Ocean Acidification and Calcification on a Hawai‘ian Coral Reef. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, February 22-26. Paper BO15-11 (2010).
    144. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, P. Bienfang, and C.L. Sabine) Storm-Based Fluvial Inputs: Nutrient, Phytoplankton, and CO2 ​​Responses in a Tropical Embayment, Kaneohe Bay, Hawai‘i. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 12-17. Paper COS21D-1544 (2010).
    145. (with E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, K. Shamberger, S. Maenner-Jones, S. Musielewicz, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) Ocean-Atmosphere Exchange of CO2 ​​on Coral Reefs of Oahu, Hawai‘i. ASLO Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, February 13-18 (2011).
    146. (with K.E.F. Shamberger, R.A. Feely, C.L. Sabine, M.J. Atkinson, E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, and D.A. Butterfield) Calcification, Production, and CO2 ​​on a Hawai’ian Coral Reef. ASLO Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, February 13-18 (2011).
    147. (with P.S. Drupp, R. Solomon-Massaro, E.H. De Carlo, K.E.F. Shamberger, S. Musielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) Ocean Acidification, Biogeochemical Processes, and pCO2 ​​of Seawater in Reefs of Oahu, Hawai’i. EPOCA Annual Meeting, Bruxelles, Belgium, May 9-13 (2011).
    148. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, K.E.F. Shamberger, S. Musielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, C.L. Sabine, R.A. Feely) Comparison of CO2 ​​Dynamics and Air-Sea Exchange in Contrasting Tropical Reef Environments. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 4-9. Paper OS33B-1670 (2011).
    149. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, M.S. Tomlinson, S. Msuielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, C.L. Sabine, R.A. Feely, and K.E.F. Shamberger) In-Situ pCO2 Monitoring in a Coral Reef Environment: Effects of Ocean Acidification on Biogeochemical and Physical Processes. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, February 19-24 (2012).
    150. (with E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, R. Thompson, and M. Guidry) OA Research at the Hawai‘i CRIMP-CO2 and PacIOOS buoys. NOAA CROAMP (Coral Reef Ocean Acidification Monitoring Portfolio) Workshop, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, August 27-29 (2012).
    151. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, R. Thompson, A. Andersson, S. Musielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) The High Variability CO2 ​​World of Hawai‘ian Coral Reefs. Third International Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 ​​World, Monterrey, CA, September
      24-27(2012).
    152. (with A. Andersson, N. Bates, S. De Putron, A. Collins, D. Gledhill, C. Sabine, T. Martz, P.S. Drupp, E. De Carlo, C. Lantz, S. Kahng, and C. Winn) Unraveling the Effect of Ocean Acidification on Coral Reefs. Third International Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 ​​World, Monterrey, CA, September 24-27 (2012).
    153. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, R.W. Thompson, S. Musielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, R.A. Feely, C.L. Sabine) Variability in the CO2-​​Carbonic Acid System Parameters Across Coral Reef Settings in Hawai‘i: Perspectives from Multi-year Records. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2-7 (2012).
    154. (with E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, and C.L. Sabine) Physical and Biogeochemical Drivers of Nutrient and Carbon Cycling in Tropical Coral Reefs of Oahu, Hawai’i. International Estuarine Biogeochemistry Symposium, Plymouth, UK, July 1-5 (2013).
    155. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, R.W. Thompson, S. Musielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, R.A. Feely, and C.L. Sabine) Variability in the CO2-​​Carbonic Acid System Parameters Across Coral Reef Settings in Hawai‘i: Perspectives from Multi-year Records. NOAA Ocean Acidification PI Meeting, Silver Spring, MD, September 16-17 (2013).
    156. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, R.W. Thompson, S. Musielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, R.A. Feely, and C.L. Sabine) Variability in the CO2-​​Carbonic Acid System Parameters Across Coral Reef Settings in Hawai‘i: Perspectives from Multi-year Records. NSF OCB-Ocean Acidification Meeting, Washington DC, September 18-20 (2013).
    157. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, R.W. Thompson, C.L. Sabine, and R.A. Feely) Short Term Variability in Water Column and Porewater Carbon Chemistry on a Tropical Reef. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 8-13. Paper OS54-03 (2013).
    158. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, R.W. Thompson, and S. Musielewicz) Variability in Porewater Carbonate Chemistry of Permeable Sediments on a Barrier Reef. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI, February 23-28 (2014).
    159. (with E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, R.W. Thompson, S. Musielewicz, S. Maenner-Jones, A.J. Sutton, R.A. Feely, and C.L. Sabine)Multiple years of buoy based CO2-​​carbonic acid system and water quality monitoring across coral reef settings in Hawai‘i: What have we learned? Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI, February 23-28 Paper 17711 (2014).
    160. (with P.S. Drupp and E.H. De Carlo) Mg-calcite dissolution in carbonate sediments: role in ocean acidification. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19 Paper B41B-0039 (2014).
    161. (with S. Chen, E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, G.J. Terlouw, M. Guidry, and R. Thompson) Variations in the Alkalinity of Seawater in Coastal Waters of Oahu, Hawai‘i. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19 (2014).
    162. (with E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, G. Terlouw, S. Musielewicz, A Sutton, and C.L. Sabine) Biogeochemical and Physical Forcing of Nutrient and Carbon Cycling in Coastal Tropical Waters of Hawai‘i. 2nd​ ​Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences. Xiamen, China, January 7-9 (2015).
    163. (with E.H. De Carlo, G. Terlouw, P.S. Drupp, C.L. Sabine, S. Musielewicz, and A. Sutton) High-resolution time-series CO2 ​ ​data from coral reefs on Oahu, Hawaii: Changes and Ocean Acidification. ASLO Meeting, Granada, Spain, February 22-27 (2015).
    164. (with E.H. De Carlo, G. Terlouw, P.S. Drupp, S. Musielewicz, A. Sutton, and C.L. Sabine) Nutrient and Carbon Cycling in Tropical Waters of Hawai‘i: Land Derived Inputs, Reef Biogeochemistry, and Physical Forcing. 13th​ ​International Estuarine Biogeochemistry Symposium. Bordeaux, France, June 8-10 (2015).
    165. (with G.J. Terlouw, E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, and C.L. Sabine) Coastal CO2 ​​climatology of Oahu, Hawai‘i: Six years of high resolution time-series data. Ocean Acidification PI Meeting. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, June 9-11 (2015).
    166. (with G.J. Terlouw, E.H. De Carlo, P.S. Drupp, and C.L. Sabine) Variability of pCO2 ​​in seawater on Hawaiian Coral Reefs: A long term continuous monitoring study. Graduate Climate Conference. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, November (2015).
    167. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, and M. Guidry) Carbon Cycle Model of a Hawaiian Barrier Reef under Rising Ocean Acidification and Temperature Conditions of the Anthropocene. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18 (2015).
    168. (with P.S. Drupp, E.H. De Carlo, and M. Guidry) CO2 ​​System Permeable Sediment Chemistry and Modeling of Its Behavior Under Rising Temperature and Ocean Acidification. Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 21-26 (2016).

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