SOLAS-IGAC France 2011 – PARIS

Wednesday 29th
Speaker Title Chairs
10:00 10:15
Arrival and coffee
10:15 10:30 Rémi Losno Welcome
10:30 10:50 Céline Mari IGAC activities and their links with the SOLAS program. R. Losno
10:50 11:00 Cécile Guieu SOLAS news
11:00 11:50 Alex Baker Climatological estimates of atmospheric nutrient deposition to the Atlantic Ocean - problems and potential (invited paper)
11:50 12:10 Emilie Journet A new mineralogical database for atmospheric dust to estimate soluble iron fluxes to surface ocean.
12:10 14:00
14:00 14:30 Cécile Guieu Atmospheric deposition onto oligotrophic marine systems: new insights from mesocosm studies V. Garçon
14:30 14:50 Alexie Heimburger Dust deposition over South Ocean measured at Crozet an Kerguelen Island
14:50 15:10 Rémi Losno Mercury total deposition at Kerguelen Island
15:10 15:30
Discussion on trace metal and nutrients atmospheric deposition
15:30 15:50 Véronique Garçon Climatically-active gases in the Eastern Boundary Upwelling and Oxygen Minimum Zone (OMZ) systems E. Journet
15:50 16:10 Anna Lourantou Variability of CO2 fluxes in the NE part of the Kerguelen Plateau (Indian sector of the Southern Ocean) at a seasonal to decadal scale
16:10 16:30 Marina Levy Huricanne Impacts on Air-Sea CO2 Fluxes
16:30 16:40 Joelle Tassel Presentation of SHOM
16:40 16:50
Coffee Break
17:00 17:30

Thursday 30th
09:00 09:30 Aurélie Colomb Impact on OCEANIC Frontal ZONES on atmospheric TRACE GASES composition C. Guieu
09:30 09:50 Sophie Tran Influences of biology and water masses on the variability of the marine source of CO and NMHC in the Arctic Ocean in summer 2010.
09:50 10:10 Raluca Ciuraru Heterogeneous reactivity of atomic chlorine with aerosol particles of atmospheric interest in the marine boundary layer
10:10 10:30 Barbara Nozière Biosurfactants on aerosols: a link between biogenic activity and cloud formation?
10:30 10:50
Coffee Break
10:50 11:10 Karine Sellegri Sources of marine aerosol from the Mediterranean sea as a function of the sea water biochemical composition and photochemical conditions: the SAM project A. Colomb
11:10 11:30 Richard Sempere Withdrawn UV radiation and CDOM in Mediterranean Sea
11:30 11:40 Marc Mallet Impact of sea-surface aerosol radiative forcing on the oceanic primary production
11:40 12:00 Elvira Pulido Dust pulses enhance bacterial mineralization of dissolved organic matter in P-depleted waters : results from mesocosm experiments in the Mediterranean Sea (DUNE project) M. Mallet
12:00 12:20 Thibaud Wagener Temporal Changes in trace metal concentrations during an artificial dust deposition to Large Mesocosms (DUNE-2 Experiment)
12:20 12:40
12:40 14:00
14:00 14:20 Virginie Racapé Anthropogenic carbon changes in the North Atlantic Subpolar Gyre: what do we learn from δ13C ? E. Pulido
14:20 14:40 Nathalie Lefevre The role of the salinity on the CO2 variability in the western tropical Atlantic
14:40 15:00 Jacqueline Boutin High frequency variability observed by CARIOCA drifters in Winter - A starting point for future studies
15:00 15:20 Lilliane Merlivat Biological net community production (NCP)of carbon and oxygen based on high frequency measurements of fCO2 and O2 on a Pirata mooring in the tropical Atlantic
15:20 17:00
Discussion and coffee