Abstracts

Author Co-author(s) Abstract Title Abstract Body (500 words or less) INCISE Theme Presentation Type Keywords Abstract Id  
Francesco L. Chiocci, University of Rome Sapienza, Italy Martina Pierdomenico, University of Rome Sapienza, Italy, Daniele Casalbore, University of Rome Sapienza, Italy, Roberto Danovaro, Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy & Stazione Zoological Anton Dohrn, Italy, Gianfranco D’Onghia, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy, Federico Falcini, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, CNR, Italy, Francesca Budillon, Institute For Coastal Marine Environment, CNR, Italy, Fabiano Gamberi, Institute of Marine Sciences, CNR, Italy, Paolo Orrù, University of Cagliari, Italy, Silvia Ceramicola, National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics, Italy Assessing anthropogenic impacts in the deep-sea: Marine litter along submarine canyons of the Central Mediterranean Sea (Preview) Theme 4: Physical and anthropogenic disturbance in submarine canyons, conservation and marine policy Poster Presentation Marine litter, sedimentary processes, litter managment View
Martina Pierdomenico, University of Rome Sapienza, Italy Eleonora Martorelli, Italian National Research Council, Institute of Environmental Geology and Geo-Engineering, Italy, Tommaso Russo, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy, Stefano Ambroso, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain, Andrea Gori, University of Barcelona, Spain, Josep-Maria Gili, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain, Francesco L. Chiocci, University of Rome Sapienza, Department of Earth Science, Italy Anthropogenic impacts on the megafauna of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems along the Gioia Canyon (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea) (Preview) Theme 4: Physical and anthropogenic disturbance in submarine canyons, conservation and marine policy Oral Presentation Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems, trawling impacts, littering View
Laetitia Gunton, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK Andrew Gooday, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Adrian G. Glover, Natural History Museum of London, UK, Brian J. Bett, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Neal L, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Helena Wiklund, Natural History Museum of London, UK Benthic Polychaete Assemblage Patterns in the Whittard Canyon System (Preview) Theme 3: Biological patterns in submarine canyons: role of scale and heterogeneity Oral Presentation biodiversity, polychaeta, Whittard Canyon, DNA barcoding View
Idalia Machuca, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Dr. Susan Allen, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada Numerical Simulation Exploring the Mechanisms Driving Upwelling in Mackenzie Canyon, Beaufort Sea (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Poster Presentation upwelling, circulation, numerical, model, Arctic View
D. Gwyn Lintern, Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Sidney, Canada Cooper Stacey, Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Sidney, Canada, Philip Hill, Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Sidney, Canada Measuring powerful turbidity currents which leave no trace (Preview) Theme 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programs, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation monitoring View
Pere Puig, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain Ruth Durán, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain, Araceli Muñoz, TRAGSATEC-Secretaria General de Pesca, Madrid, Spain, Elena Elvira, TRAGSATEC-Secretaria General de Pesca, Madrid, Spain, Jorge Guillén, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain Submarine canyon-head morphologies and inferred sediment transport processes in the Alías-Almanzora canyon system (SW Mediterranean) (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation canyon head morpphology, sediment transport, hyperpycnal flow, crescent-shaped bedforms View
William O. Symons, University of Southampton, UK Esther J. Sumner, University of Southampton, UK, Charles K. Paull, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institue, US, Matthieu J.B. Cartigny, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Jingping Xu, Ocean University of China, China, Katherine L. Maier, United States Geological Survey, US, Thomas D. Lorenson, United States Geological Survey, US, Peter J. Talling, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK How accurately can the structure of turbidity currents be reconstructed from their deposits? (Preview) Theme 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programs, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation Monterey canyon, turbidity current, grain size, push core facies View
Kevin Power, University College Cork, Ireland & Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences, Ireland Andrew Wheeler, University College Cork, Ireland & Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences, Ireland, Quentin Crowley, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, Aggeliki Georgiopoulou, University College Dublin, Ireland, Aaron Lim, University College Cork, Ireland The Porcupine Bank Canyon, NE Atlantic: A natural laboratory to study the potential of Cold-Water Corals as archives of environmental change (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Poster Presentation Porcupine Bank, canyon exchange, scleractinian geochemistry, foraminifera assemblage View
Katleen Robert, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK Tahmeena Aslam, University of East Anglia, UK, Veerle Huvenne, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK Whittard Canyon's eastern branch: zooming in from tidal models to fine-scale photogrammetry (Preview) Theme 3: Biological patterns in submarine canyons: role of scale and heterogeneity Oral Presentation Species distribution models, photogrammetry, cold-water corals View
Catherine Kershaw, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Annette Wilson, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Martin White,National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Veerle Huvenne, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Elizabeth Whitfield, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, Jason Kirby, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, Kostas Kiriakoulakis, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Origin, transport and burial of organic matter in the Whittard Canyon, North East Atlantic (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Poster Presentation organic, matter, sediments, biogeochemistry, sedimentology, View
Neus Campanyà-Llovet, Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada Paul V.R. Snelgrove, Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada Food quantity and quality available for benthic communities within Pacific and Atlantic submarine canyons (Preview) Theme 3: Biological patterns in submarine canyons: role of scale and heterogeneity Oral Presentation food availability, food quality, benthic communities, food web View
Mr Gareth Carter, British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK Dr. Veerle Huvenne, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Dr. Jenny Gales, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Dr. Claudio Lo Iacono, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Dr. Leigh Marsh, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Dr. Katleen Robert, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Dr. Russell Wynn, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK Geomechanical properties of submarine bedrock cliffs: controls on rock slope failures within the Whittard Canyon, Celtic Margin. (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation Rock slope failure, geomechanics of rockwalls, geohazards, bedrock strength, Whittard Canyon View
Pauline Chauvet, Institut Français de Recherche Pour L'exploitation de la Mer, Brest, France Marjolaine Matabos, Institut Français de Recherche Pour L'exploitation de la Mer, Brest, France, Anna Metaxas, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, Alex Hay, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada Characterization of factors controlling the macrofaunal communities dynamic and biodiversity of Barkley Canyon. (Preview) Theme 3: Biological patterns in submarine canyons: role of scale and heterogeneity Oral Presentation Macrofaunal communities, Temporal variations, Spatial variations, Seasonality, INDEEP View
Esther J. Sumner, University of Southampton, UK Charles K. Paull, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, US Canyon filling and flushing along the California Margin (Preview) Special Session 1: Sediment Transport monitoring in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Canyons flows California View
Jenny Gales, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK Veerle Huvenne, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Gareth Carter, British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK, Claudio Lo Iacono, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Leigh Marsh, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Katleen Robert, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Paul Shawyer, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Russell Wynn, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Pete Talling, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK Active processes influencing the morphology of submarine gullies – new insights from marine robotics (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation Processes, canyon flank, gully, morphology, evolution View
Teresa Amaro, Stazione Zoological Anton Dohrn, Italy Veerle Huvenne, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Louise Allcock, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Tahmeena Aslam, University of East Anglia, UK, Jaime Davies, Plymouth University, UK, Roberto Danovaro, Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy & Stazione Zoological Anton Dohrn, Italy, Henko de Stigter, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, The Netherlands, Gerard Duineveld, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, The Netherlands, Cristina Gambi, Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy, Andy Gooday, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Laetitia Gunton, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Rob Hall, University of East Anglia, UK, Kerry Howell, Plymouth University, UK, Jeroen Ingels, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK, Kostas Kiriakoulakis, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, Catherine Kershaw, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, Mark Lavaleye, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, The Netherlands, K Robert, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK, Heather Stewart, British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK, David Van Rooij, University of Ghent, Belgium, Martin White, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Annete Wilson, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland The Whittard Canyon – a case study of submarine canyon processes (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation Whittard Canyon, Processes, Faunal patterns View
Craig R. Smith, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US Maria Vernet, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, US, Peter Winsor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, US, Martin Truffer, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, US, Brian Powell, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US, Mark Merrifield, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US, Clifton Nunnally, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US Early phytoplankton bloom and large seafloor productivity footprint in Andvord Bay fjord, Antarctica: results from the first FjordEco cruise (Preview) Theme 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programs, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation fjord, enhanced biomass, integrated field and modeling program, Antarctica View
Marie-Claire Fabri, Institut Français de Recherche Pour L'exploitation de la Mer, Toulon, France Annaelle Bargain, Institut Français de Recherche Pour L'exploitation de la Mer, Toulon, France, Ivane Pairaud, Institut Français de Recherche Pour L'exploitation de la Mer, Toulon, France, Laura Pedel, Institut Français de Recherche Pour L'exploitation de la Mer, Toulon, France, Isabelle Taupier-Letage, Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, La Seyne sur Mer, France Cold-water coral ecosystems in Cassidaigne Canyon: an assessment of their environmental living conditions (Preview) Theme 3: Biological patterns in submarine canyons: role of scale and heterogeneity Oral Presentation Mediterranean Sea, Habitat mapping, Hydrodynamism, Anthropogenic impact View
Fabio C. De Leo, Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada Aharon Fleury, University of Victoria, Canada, Craig R. Smith, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US, Lisa Levin, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, US, Jacopo Aguzzi, Institute of Marine Sciences, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain Early benthic successional processes at implanted substrates in Barkley Submarine Canyon affected by a permanent oxygen minimum zone (Preview) Theme 3: Biological patterns in submarine canyons: role of scale and heterogeneity Poster Presentation submarine canyons, whale bones, wood falls, benthic community succession, scavengers, oxygen minimum zone View
Fabio C. De Leo, Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada Bruno Ogata, Universidade Federal Paulista, São Vicente, Brazil, Akash Sastri, Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada, Steve Mihaly, Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada, Martin Heesemann, Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada, Moira Galbraith, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada Do Barkley Canyon trap overwintering populations of Neocalanus plumchrus (Copepoda, Calanidae) at depth? Insights into particulate organic carbon flux to deep-sea sediments based on video imagery from a seafloor cabled observatory (Preview) Special Session 2: Interdisciplinary studies in Barkley Canyon Oral Presentation Barkley Canyon, overwintering copepods, Neocalanus plumchrus, POC flux, cabled observatory, video imagery, automated video analysis View
Blair Greenan, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Canada Brian Petrie, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Canada, Diana Cardoso, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Canada Mean circulation and high-frequency flow amplification in the Sable Gully (Preview) Theme 1: Canyon processes in the space-time continuum (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation circulation, mixing, tides View

 

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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)