Author Co-author(s) Abstract Title Abstract Body (500 words or less) INCISE Theme Presentation Type Keywords Abstract Id  
Andrea S. Ogston, School of Oceanography, University of Washington, Seattle, US Laurenz Thomsen, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, Pere Puig, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain, Jacopo Aguzzi, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain, Corrado Costa, Consiglio per la Ricerca e la sperimentazione in Agricoltura, Unità di ricerca per l’ingegneria agraria, Italy, Fabio C. De Leo, Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada Sediment dynamics within Barkley Canyon: impact of dynamical processes on particles in suspension and their potential sources (Vista previa) Special Session 2: Interdisciplinary studies in Barkley Canyon Oral Presentation turbidity, canyon, tides, downwelling Ver
Jaime S. Davies, Plymouth University, UK Paul Somerfield, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK, Kerry Howell, Plymouth University, UK A critical evaluation of methods to compare the diversity of 2 submarine canyons (Vista previa) Theme 3: Biological patterns in submarine canyons: role of scale and heterogeneity Oral Presentation Megabenthic assemblages, biodiversity, methods Ver
Andrew Eggett, Joint Nature Conservation Committee, UK Alex Callaway, Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, UK, Neil Golding, Joint Nature Conservation Committee, UK, Kerry Howell, Deep Sea Conservation Research Unit, UK, Carole Kelly, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK, Kathleen Robert, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Hugh Wright, Joint Nature Conservation Committee, UK, Veerle Huvenne, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK Collecting evidence to inform management discussions within deep-sea canyon environments (Vista previa) Theme 4: Physical and anthropogenic disturbance in submarine canyons, conservation and marine policy Oral Presentation Submarine, Marine Protected Area, Marine Conservation Zone, ROV, Fisheries management Ver
Steve W. Ross, Univ.of NC at Wilmington Sandra Brooke, Florida State University, US, Stephen Viada, CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., US, Rod Mather, University of Rhode Island, US, Amanda Demopoulos, U.S. Geological Survey, US, Liz Baird, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, US, Andrew Davies, Bangor University, UK, Dolly K. Coykendall, U.S. Geological Survey, US, Gerard Duineveld, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ), the Netherlands, Scott C. France, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, US, A. Howard, Artwork, Christina A. Kellogg, U.S. Geological Survey, US, Furu Mienis, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ), the Netherlands, Cheryl Morrison, U.S. Geological Survey, US, Nancy Prouty, U.S. Geological Survey, US, Michael Rhode, University of North Carolina, Wilmington, US, Brendan Roark, Texas A&M University, US, Craig Robertson, Bangor University, UK, Craig M. Young, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, University of Oregon, US A Tale of Two U.S. Atlantic Canyons: Norfolk and Baltimore Canyons (Vista previa) Theme 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programs, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation Baltimore Canyon, Norfolk Canyon, multidiscipinary studies, methane seeps, deep-sea corals Ver
Weifeng (Gordon) Zhang, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, US Timothy F. Duda, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, US Inhomogeneous internal wave generation and propagation at a shelfbreak canyon (Vista previa) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation internal wave, tide, asymmetry, mixing Ver


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INCISE Steering Committee:

  • Veerle Huvene (NOC)

  • Jamie Davies (UPL)

  • Joshu Mountjoy (NIWA)

  • Rob Hall (UEA)

  • Peter Harris (GRID-Arendal)

  • Nathalie Valette-Silver (NOAA)

  • Aaron Micallef (University of Malta)

  • Fabio De Leo (ONC)