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Poster Presentation Schedule

All presenting author information is listed in alphabetical order. The "find" function within browsers can also be used to search for names or text. The schedule for each day's poster session can be viewed here. All posters will remain on display during the entire conference; presenting authors are requested to stand by their posters for one hour during their assigned poster session. Cards will be be mounted on the boards where presenting authors can provide the time they will attend their poster. Please send any requests for corrections to [email protected]

Poster No.
Presentation Day Last Name First Name Abstract Title
1 Monday Abascal Zorrilla Noelia The use of Landsat 8 in very turbid waters: a case study in French Guiana
2 Tuesday Ackleson Steven Constituent-Specific Optical Properties in the Delta Region of the Sacramento River and Northern San Francisco Bay
3 Wednesday Adelson Joe A Novel Approach for Estimating Vertical Profiles of Suspended Sediment Concentration
4 Monday Ahmed Samir Neural network retrievals of harmful algal blooms in the West Florida Shelf from satellite observations. and comparisons with other techniques
5 Tuesday Alikas Krista Improved retrieval of Secchi depth for optically-complex waters using remote sensing data
6 Wednesday Allen James Retrieval of the phytoplankton size distribution from satellite imagery
7 Monday Amin Ruhul Potential Karenia brevis Hot Spots on the West Florida Shelf
8 Tuesday Artuso Florinda Assessment of phytoplankton community structure and distribution in the Adriatic Sea-Italy during the 2015 spring season
9 Wednesday Bai Yan Remote sensing of sea surface pCO2 in the Bering Sea in summer based on a mechanistic semi-analytical algorithm (MeSAA)
10 Monday Barlow Raymond Phytoplankton acclimation in a cyclonic eddy: Southwest Indian Ocean
11 Tuesday Beckler Jordon The Optical Phytoplankton Discriminator:  new capabilities and recent applications
12 Wednesday Benoit-Gagne Maxime Arctic Primary Productivity on the Polar Data Catalog
13 Monday Bergeron Martin Feasibility Study for a Coastal Ocean Color Imager
14 Tuesday Berthon Jean-Francois Variations in the absorption coefficients of phytoplankton, non-pigmented particles, and dissolved organic matter in European coastal waters: a reappraisal based on sea surface reflectance classification (“BiOMaP” data set)
15 Wednesday Bialek Agnieszka An uncertainty budget for the radiometry component of the BOUSSOLE project, as derived using a Monte Carlo Method
16 Monday Bird Stephen River remote sensing of water quality at high spatial resolution
17 Tuesday Bouvet Marc Ocean and Land Colour Instrument (OLCI) commissioning phase results
18 Wednesday Bowles Jeffrey Observed Differences in Polarimetric Signatures Taken Over Different Water Types
19 Monday Bracher Astrid Synergistic Exploitation of Hyper-and Multispectral Sentinel-Measurements to Determine Phytoplankton Functional Types (PFT) at Best Spatial and Temporal Resolution
20 Tuesday Bricaud Annick Estimating the dominant size of algal populations: comparison of absorption-based and pigment-based approaches for various oceanic areas
21 Wednesday Bulgarelli Barbara Bias reduction in SeaWiFS radiometric products affected by adjacency effects
22 Monday Burt William Optical properties of Subarctic Pacific surface waters across contrasting hydrographic and productivity regimes
23 Tuesday Cetinic Ivona

Characterizing the phytoplankton soup: pump and plumbing effects on the particle assemblage in underway optical seawater systems

24 Wednesday Chami Malik Angular shape of the volume scattering function of various hydrosols (phytoplankton and minerals) over a wide range of scattering angles (from 0.1° to 175°) measured by recent VSF-meters instruments
25 Monday Chang Grace Optical tools for environmental monitoring
26 Tuesday Chase Alison An algorithm for estimating phytoplankton pigments from reflectance spectra
28 Monday Chen Shuguo Seasonal variations of particle optical scattering properties  in the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea, China
29 Tuesday Chen Yi-Chun The correlation of CDOM and spectral slopes in six different Case 2 water bodies
31 Monday Chowdhary Jacek Using UV-polarization in space-borne ocean color observations to simultaneously retrieve absorbing aerosol and CDOM
32 Tuesday Ciotti Aurea Pico and ultraphytoplankton taxonomy and its relationship with spectral light absorption and pigments composition in a subtropical coastal region
33 Wednesday Cizmeli Servet spectRal -- A new Open Source R package for working with spectral data with geospatial attributes
34 Monday Clementson Lesley Providing high quality chlorophyll -- a data streams from moored observing systems over broad spatial and temporal scales.
35 Tuesday Concha Javier GOCI processing with SeaDAS: Validation of the Atmospheric Correction
36 Wednesday Conmy Robyn Subsea oil plume simulations: Tracking oil droplet size distribution and fluorescence within high release jets
37 Monday Constant Mazeran BRDF effects over complex waters: strategy for remote-sensing
38 Tuesday Costa Maycira A road map for autonomous, continuous in situ above-water hyperspectral reflectance data from ferry platforms: Salish Sea waters and Sentinel-3 validation
39 Wednesday Craig Susanne Ocean Colour Insights into Phytoplankton Contributions to Climate-Relevant Aerosols and Gases on the Scotian Shelf
40 Monday D'Sa Eurico Absorption properties in the Ross Sea during austral summer and influence of water mass properties
41 Tuesday Davis Curtiss Remote Sensing of Suspended Particulate Matter and Algal Blooms in San Francisco Bay and Estuary Using Landsat 8 OLI
42 Wednesday Del Bel Belluz Justin Bio-Optical Variability at a Vancouver Island Aquaculture Site
43 Monday Dessailly David GlobCoast, a new dataset for coastal water OCR
44 Tuesday Devred Emmanuel Absorption budget on the Scotian Shelf, Canada: implications for remote sensing of ocean colour
45 Wednesday Dewey Michael Development of Major New Instrumentation for High Accuracy Measurement of Backscattering-Bb and Total Scattering-b in Natural waters
46 Monday Dorji Passang A Quantitative Comparison of Total Suspended Sediment Retrieval Algorithms for MODIS and Landsat-based Sensors
47 Tuesday Doxaran David Fluxes and dynamics of suspended particles in a river plume by combining in situ autonomous measurements and multi-sensor ocean colour satellite data
48 Wednesday Du Keping Accelerating Monte Carlo ocean radiative transfer simulation using GPU technique
49 Monday Fan Yongzhen INFERRING INHERENT OPTICAL PROPERTIES AND OCEAN IMPURITY PROFILES FROM APPARENT OPTICAL PROPERTIES
50 Tuesday Fearns Peter Multi-sensor monitoring of dredge operations in Western Australia
51 Wednesday Ferra Angela Detection of Mesoscale Eddies in the eastern Caribbean Sea using sea water bio-optical properties
52 Monday Ferreira Amabile Phytoplankton light absorption and the package effect in relation to photosynthetic and photoprotective pigments in Antarctica
53 Tuesday Fournier Georges A simple model for the backscatter and scattering coefficients of Coccoliths and Coccolithophores
54 Wednesday Franz Bryan Estimating uncertainty in the retrieval of water-leaving reflectance from spaceborne ocean color sensors
55 Monday Freeman Scott Comparing Methods to Measure Chlorophyll a using a flow-through system
56 Tuesday Fujiwara Amane Monitoring of in situ phytoplankton community structure using multi-excitation chlorophyll fluorometer on the Chukchi Sea
57 Wednesday Garaba Shungu Spectral reflectance characteristics of marine plastic debris from the  visible to shortwave infrared wavelengths and potential for remote sensing
58 Monday Gege Peter A spectral model for correcting sunglint and skyglint
59 Tuesday Gilerson Alex Polarimetric observations of the ocean during the SABOR cruise: radiative transfer closure and new capabilities
60 Wednesday Gonzalez-Silvera Adriana The effect of interannual processes on phytoplankton community structure off Northern Baja California Peninsula (Mexico): 2007-2015
61 Monday Gould Richard Impact of Photosynthetically Available Radiation (PAR) on modeled primary production and hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico
62 Tuesday Granskog Mats Effects of an Arctic under-ice phytoplankton bloom on bio-optical properties of surface waters during the Norwegian Young Sea Ice Cruise (N-ICE2015)
63 Wednesday Grunert Brice Optically estimating CDOM composition across diverse spectral ranges
64 Monday Guo Yilu Narrowband spectral image restoration method for underwater objects
65 Tuesday Haëntjens Nils Approach for calibration of bio-optical sensors on profiling floats applied in the Southern Ocean
66 Wednesday Hamre Børge A physically founded model for light absorption by colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM)
67 Monday Han Bing Complexity in dynamics around China's coastal waters  from perspectives of bio-optical in-situ measurement and modeling
68 Tuesday Harmel Tristan Estimation of daily Photosynthetically Available Radiation (PAR) under aerosol plumes: application to MERIS and OLCI/Sentinel-3 satellite data
69 Wednesday He Xianqiang A new simple concept for ocean color remote sensing using parallel polarization radiance
70 Monday Henkel Rohan Spectral availability of underwater light in Sognefjord and Trondheimsfjord, Norway.
71 Tuesday Hilborn Andrea Improving spatial coverage of ocean colour data using Data Interpolating Empirical Orthogonal Functions
72 Wednesday Hirawake Toru Retrieval of the fraction of PAR absorbed by live phytoplankton from remote sensing reflectance
73 Monday Holinde Lars Modeling the underwater light field in coastal arctic systems: An iteration process
74 Tuesday Hou Weilin Introducing Katie (K-T): a high-speed, high-resolution temperature sensor based on fiber optics
75 Wednesday Hu Chuanmin A satellite-based system to observe algal blooms and water quality in near real-time
76 Monday Huang Haiqing Assessment of MCC method to estimate sea surface currents in highly turbid coastal waters  from geostationary ocean color images
77 Tuesday Huot Yannick Seasonal variation in daily patterns of the quantum yield of fluorescence
78 Wednesday Hwang Charnsmorn Enhancement of Spectral Library for  Improved Underwater Hyperspectral Imagery Mapping of  Seagrass Distribution in Adelaide, South Australia
79 Monday Ibrahim Amir Hyperspectral Atmospheric Correction for Ocean Color remote sensing
80 Tuesday Ilori Christopher An optimal atmospheric correction procedure for bathymetry mapping in shallow waters
81 Wednesday Jamet Cedric Impact of the pixel size on the estimation of the marine reflectance
82 Monday Johnson B Carol Validating in-air remote sensing reflectance measurements during cruises using reflectance targets
83 Tuesday Kari Elina Spring development: a study on hydrography and water quality in Himmerfjärden bay, in the north-western Baltic proper
84 Wednesday Kauko Hanna Elevated spring production of UV-absorbing compounds by Arctic sea-ice algae in a re-frozen lead
85 Monday Kheireddine Malika Assessing phytoplankton size structure from hyperspectral phytoplankton light absorption spectra measurements in the Red Sea: Implication for ocean color remote sensing.
86 Tuesday Kim Wonkook Overview of the Korea-US Joint Field Campaign for Ocean Color (KORUS-OC 2016) and the Preliminary Results for Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI)
87 Wednesday Kim Naeun AUTOMATIC SARGASSUM DETECTION USING SPATIAL ANOMALY OF OCEAN COLOR REFLECTANCE: A CASE STUDY WITH GOCI DATA
88 Monday Knudby Anders Multi-scene ensemble method for satellite-derived bathymetry
89 Tuesday Koestner Daniel Experimental estimates of the contributions of different particle size classes to the optical scattering of seawater
91 Monday Kowalczuk Piotr Optical properties of CDOM in Nordic Seas and its relationships with apparent optical properties -- preliminary results from CDOM HEAT project.
92 Tuesday Krawczyk Harald Ecological Trophic State Estimation of Inner Lakes with Optical Remote Sensing Data
93 Wednesday Kurita Rikuya Spectral Fluorometric Characterization of Phytoplankton in the Coastal Waters of Sagami Bay
94 Monday Kuwahara Victor Diurnal Cycle and Insolation of Ultraviolet (UV) and Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) at the Sea Surface
95 Tuesday Kwiatkowska Ewa Sentinel-3 OLCI products, data services and initial applications
96 Wednesday Kyryliuk Dmytro Total suspended matter derived from MERIS data as indicator for coastal processes in the Baltic Sea
97 Monday Lance Veronica NOAA in situ validation activities for satellite ocean color products and related ocean science research
98 Tuesday Larnicol Morgane Evaluation of the FLAASH atmospheric correction and detection of chlorophyll a in extremely turbid waters using MERIS FR and airborne hyperspectral data
99 Wednesday Larouche Pierre Bio-optical properties of the San Jorge Gulf (Argentina)
100 Monday Lee Sang Heon Small phytoplankton contribution in the highly productive Ulleung Basin in the East/Japan Sea
101 Tuesday Lee Zhongping Why Secchi disk depth is dependent on the diffuse attenuation coefficient rather than the beam attenuation coefficient?
102 Wednesday Lei Xia Absorption Properties and Mixing Behavior of CDOM In the Pearl River Estuary, China
103 Monday Lerebourg Christophe Sentinel-3 Mission Performance Centre (S3-MPC), preliminary assessment of OLCI level-2 and level-3 products
104 Tuesday Li Yajuan A preliminary comparison on applications of lidar in atmospheric and oceanographic detection
105 Wednesday Lin Zhenyi Simulation of glint reflectance and determination of surface roughness of turbid coastal and inland aquatic waters
106 Monday Lin Junfang A revised optimization approach to remove surface-reflected light for above-water measurement of remote sensing reflectance
107 Tuesday Liu Xiaoming Reconstruction of Missing Pixels in VIIRS Ocean Color Images Using the Data Interpolating Empirical Orthogonal Function (DINEOF)
108 Wednesday Liu Zhishen The development and experimental study of Shipboard Ocean LIDAR with variable field-of-view
109 Monday Lobo Felipe Effects of small-scale gold mining tailings on the underwater light field in the Tapajós River Basin/Brazilian Amazon
110 Tuesday Loos Eduardo Examination of water quality of an oligotrophic salmon lake in British Columbia, Canada using MERIS satellite imagery
111 Wednesday Losa Svetlana Understanding the Antarctic phytoplankton dynamics and diversity under the environmental changes over the last decades
112 Monday Mandar Julie Design Study of COCI, a coastal and inland water hyperspectral imager for a potential Canadian contribution to PACE
113 Tuesday Mannino Antonio Science of the Arctic-COLORS NASA field campaign scoping study on coastal land ocean interactions
114 Wednesday Marra John A database for in situ primary production based on Carbon-14 assimilation
115 Monday Matsuoka Atsushi A new algorithm for discriminating water sources from space: a case study for the southern Beaufort Sea using MODIS ocean color and SMOS salinity data
116 Tuesday McKee David Inversion of in situ absorption and attenuation measurements to estimate constituent concentrations in optically complex shelf seas.
117 Wednesday McKibben Morgaine Merging glider and ocean color data to estimate phytoplankton biomass in Oregon's coastal waters
118 Monday McKinna Lachlan An update on NASA's Generalized Inherent Optical Properties algorithm framework
119 Tuesday Melek Golbol Relationships between inherent optical properties and biogeochemical parameters in the NW Mediterranean Sea (BOUSSOLE site)
120 Wednesday Melin Frederic Assessment of global trends in multi-mission products of satellite ocean color data
121 Monday Meriaux Xavier A new in­water system for remote sensing reflectance measurements
122 Tuesday Mikelsons Karlis Statistical Evaluation of VIIRS Ocean Color Data Retrievals
123 Wednesday Minghelli Audrey Monitoring of Suspended Particulate Matter with GOCI on the Fukushima coast after the tsunami  and the nuclear power plant accident (March 2011)
124 Monday Mograne Mohamed Evaluation and improvements of the OLCI atmospheric correction over optically-complex waters: OLCI/SLSTR synergy
125 Tuesday Montes Martin Angular and vertical variation of LiDAR-derived optical properties in optically complex waters
126 Wednesday Moore Tim Optical properties of western Lake Erie  during summertime algal blooms
127 Monday Moses Wesley Statistically Driven Fast Optimal Estimation of Coastal Ocean Biogeophysical Properties from Remotely Sensed Data
128 Tuesday Mouw Colleen Global shifts in phytoplankton community size structure in response to environmental controls
129 Wednesday Nahirnick Natasha Mapping eelgrass (Zostera marina) using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Object-Based Image Analysis
130 Monday Navarro Gabriel Sentinel -- 2A captures high amplitude internal waves in the Strait of Gibraltar.
131 Tuesday Novak Mike Absorption of Dissolved Organic Carbon to Glass Fiber Filters used to collect Particulate Organic Carbon: Assessing the impact on in situ and satellite measurements
132 Wednesday Ody Anouck Multi-conditional algorithm for multi-sensor remote sensing of suspended particulate matter in low to highly turbid coastal and riverine waters
133 Monday Organelli Emanuele Observing bio-optical anomalies in the world's oceans using autonomous Bio-Argo floats
134 Tuesday Ottaviani Matteo Polarimetric imaging and radiative transfer modeling of the atmosphere-ocean system
135 Wednesday Pahlevan Nima Revisiting Short Wave Infrared Bands for Atmospheric Correction of Coastal Imagery
136 Monday Pan Delu Diurnal variability of turbidity fronts observed by geostationary satellite ocean color remote sensing
137 Tuesday Perry Mary Jane Modeling primary productivity during the MIZ experiment from gliders
138 Wednesday Peters Steef Quality control of in-situ above water spectral observations
139 Monday Phillips Stephen Regional chlorophyll-a algorithm evaluation for MODIS-Aqua and Sentinel-3 in the Salish Sea, Western Canada
141 Wednesday Raczkowska Anna Calibration of fluorescence intensities measured by the in situ WET Star fluorometer against the EEMS intensities and PARAFAC components in the Fram Strait and Nordic Seas.
142 Monday Rehm Eric On the Green Edge: Bio-optical Observations from the Marginal Ice Zone in Baffin Bay using Gliders, Floats and Ship profiles
143 Tuesday Reve Anne-Helene First attempt to identify phytoplankton species assemblages from space using large in-situ data analysis and phenological metrics applied to ocean-colour radiances anomalies
144 Wednesday Reynolds Rick Optical backscattering by particles in Arctic seawater and relationships to particle mass concentration, size distribution, and bulk composition
145 Monday Rostovtseva Vera Analysis of constituents composition in coastal waters using new method for processing data obtained by passive remote sensing
147 Wednesday Roy Pascale Correction of Sun-Induced Chlorophyll-a Fluorescence for Bidirectional Effects
148 Monday Ruiz Guillermina Piecewise Regression Modeling of CDOM Absorption Spectra
149 Tuesday Sackmann Brandon Ferries for Science: Using optics to monitor and understand the role of Noctiluca in the Puget Sound food web
150 Wednesday Sandvik Aas Lars Martin Underwater Hyperspectral Imaging
151 Monday Sanjuan Calzado Violeta ALOMEx’15 Alboran Sea & Saharan Upwelling Cruise
152 Tuesday Santiago Melishia Quantifying Seasonal Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) Distribution in the Pacific Arctic Region 
153 Wednesday Sayers Mike Next day generation of cyanoHAB water quality products to support NASA Glenn hyperspectral imaging of Lake Erie
154 Monday Schaeffer Blake Validation of MERIS derived chlorophyll-a and Landsat 5/7 derived temperature in US lakes and reservoirs.
155 Tuesday Schroeder Sarah Remote Sensing of Bull Kelp (Nereocystis leutkeana) in the Salish Sea using SPOT 6 and World View 3 satellites.
156 Wednesday Scott Joel Recent updates to NASA's SeaBASS bio-optical data archive: metadata, standards, and data holdings
157 Monday Seegers Bridget Strategic use of performance metrics for the assessment of satellite chlorophyll and cyanobacteria algorithms.
158 Tuesday Shang Zhehai Shadow error in water-leaving radiance measurements estimated from Monte-Carlo simulations
159 Wednesday Shen Qian Classification of Several Optically Complex Waters in China using in Situ Remote Sensing Reflectance
160 Monday Shi Wei VIIRS-derived Particle Backscattering Coefficient bbp(λ) in Highly Turbid Coastal and Inland Waters
162 Wednesday Snyder Jordan Remote Sensing for Oyster Aquaculture Site Selection in Maine
163 Monday Sokoletsky Leonid Looking for the best light transmission model for the Earth atmosphere and natural waters
164 Tuesday Son Seunghyun Evaluation of VIIRS Ocean Color Products in Open Ocean and Coastal/Inland Waters
165 Wednesday Sosik Heidi Advances in Imaging FlowCytobot: Extended deployment and measurement capabilities
166 Monday Stamnes Jakob Analysis and parameterization of absorption properties of northern Norwegian coastal water
167 Tuesday Stamnes Knut Retrieval of atmospheric and marine parameters in coastal and inland environments from geostationary platforms: challenges and opportunities
168 Wednesday Stavn Robert Mass-specific scattering cross sections of Coastal Ocean Suspended Particulate Inorganic Matter (PIM)
170 Tuesday Sullivan James Characterizing natural, undisturbed particle size and 3-D spatial distributions using in situ holographic microscopy
171 Wednesday Sullivan Timothy Offshore Microplastics Search
172 Monday Tao Jing Beam attenuation spectra and flocculation dynamics in an estuary
173 Tuesday Taskjelle Torbjørn Effects of under-ice bloom on heating of the water column underneath Arctic sea ice
174 Wednesday Tiwari Surya Prakash Applicability of current atmospheric correction techniques in the Red Sea
175 Monday Tufillaro Nicholas Estimates of temporal timescales of coastal processes using Himawari-8
176 Tuesday Twardowski Michael Performance assessments of ocean color inversions that explicitly depend on the volume scattering function
177 Wednesday Tzabari Masada Light intensity and linear polarization characteristics within the littoral cave system of Rosh Hanikra, Israel
178 Monday Utschig Christian Influence of particle size on the mass-specific absorption coefficient for particles of two different minerals
179 Tuesday Van der Zande Dimitry Validation of Landsat-8/OLI and Sentinel-2/MSI for ocean colour applications with AERONET-OC sites in Belgian coastal waters
180 Wednesday Vandermeulen Ryan Determining the optimal spectral sampling frequency for various water types
181 Monday Vantrepotte Vincent Global coastal CDOM and DOC temporal variability (MERIS 2002-2012)
182 Tuesday Velaudhaperumal Balasubramanian Sundarabalan Evaluation of atmospheric correction over complex turbid waters
183 Wednesday Vellucci Vincenzo First validation of Sentinel-3A OLCI products using a combination of mooring, profiling float and ship observations
184 Monday Voss Daniela Hyperspectral light measurements from Chile to New Zealand with a special focus on the South Pacific Gyre system
185 Tuesday Voss Kenneth Progress on MOBY-Net and MOBY-Refresh
186 Wednesday Wang Menghua VIIRS Mission-Long Ocean Color Data Reprocessing
187 Monday Wang Ziwei Autonomous in situ hyperspectral reflectance data for validation of ocean colour imagery: the Sentinel-3 study
188 Tuesday Wang Guoqing Retrieval of concentrations of multiple pigments in oceanic waters from hyperspectral remote sensing reflectance
189 Wednesday Wang Mengqiu On the long term change of Sargassum Abundance in the Intra-American Seas and tropical Atlantic
190 Monday Wang Jiaze Near-bed sedimentary processes in maintaining deltaic coastlines, Fourleague Bay, Louisiana
191 Tuesday Werdell Jeremy The NASA Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) Mission
192 Wednesday Wernand Marcel

Obligatory historic ship measurements and modern techniques; grace in marine optical research

193 Monday Wu Jingyu Variability of phytoplankton absorption in two cyclonic eddies in the South China Sea
194 Tuesday Xi Hongyan Hyperspectral Differentiation of Phytoplankton Taxonomic Groups: A Comparison between Using Remote Sensing Reflectance and Absorption Spectra
195 Wednesday Xiong Yuanheng The effect of particle phase functions on the remote-sensing reflectance
196 Monday Xu Zao Efficacious analytical model of beam spread function for ocean light radiative transfer
197 Tuesday Yan Jing A Preliminary Practice for Monitoring of Inshore Aquaculture Cages Using UAV
198 Wednesday Yang Ping Simulation of the optical properties of large realistic organic and inorganic oceanic particles
199 Monday Yang Yuyan Evaluation of ocean colour spectra acquired by ferry passengers in the Salish Sea
200 Tuesday Younan Lawrence using in vivo fluorescence detection to test ballast water compliance
201 Wednesday Zablocka Monika Composition of dissolved organic matter in Nordic Seas from fluorescence spectroscopy and Parallel Factor Analysis
202 Monday Zarokanellos Nikolaos Complexity of optical response and coupling with physical and biological processes in the central Red Sea
203 Tuesday Zavala Armenta Trixie Structure of marine phytoplankton as response to variations in environmental conditions and availability of nutrients
204 Wednesday Zhang Fangfang Soft Classification Based Chlorophyll-a Estimation Algorithm by Remote Sensing in Inland Water
205 Monday Zhang Tinglu Extension Observation of the Yangtze River Diluted Water in Summer with Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI) Data
206 Tuesday Zielinski Oliver Do we witness a coastal ocean darkening?
208 Monday Zoffoli Laura HYPERSPECTRAL DIFFERENCIATION OF BENTHIC COMMUNITIES IN NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS
209 Tuesday Pavlov Alexey Investigating interaction of solar radiation and first year sea-ice in the Arctic Ocean with autonomous radiation platforms


Oral Presentation Schedule

The names of presenters and abstract titles are shown below. Access to comprehensive information (abstract text, co-authors, etc.) for each presentation will be provided in early October. 

 Date/Activity Day Time Last Name First Name Abstract Title
Monday, October 24th          
Opening Remarks Mon 9:00 - 09:30      
Plenary #1 Mon 9:30 - 10:10 Matrai Patricia Ménage à trois: Work, love, life
Break Mon 10:10 - 10:40      
Session 1
Mon 10:40 - 11:00 Hostetler Chris Ocean Remote Sensing with Spaceborne Lidar: Present and Future
Mon 11:00 - 11:20 Walther Thomas Field test of a Brillouin LIDAR for the temperature profile measurement of the ocean
Mon 11:20 - 11:40 Friedrichs Anna New method for retrieval of chlorophyll a fluorescence by using smart phones
Mon 11:40 - 12:00 van der Woerd Hans True colour analysis of natural waters with SeaWiFS, MODIS, MERIS and OLCI by SNAP
Lunch Mon 12:00 - 1:30      
Session 2
Mon 1:30 - 1:50 Bernard Stewart Models to better understand the angular scattering of phytoplankton communities and the associated water colour signal
Mon 1:50 - 2:10 Agagliate Jacopo Optical closure between PSDs and IOPs in natural waters: a Mie-based flow cytometric method
Mon 2:10 - 2:30 Marrabale Daniel Coherent Noise Modelling for Uncertainty Estimates of Remote Sensing Data
Mon 2:30 - 2:50 Zhang Xiaodong Why is the ocean not black?
Break Mon 2:50 - 3:30      
Session 3
Mon 3:30 - 3:50 Missan Sergey Design and development of a submersible fluorescence microscope for early detection of harmful algae blooms.
Mon 3:50 - 4:10 Xu Min Algorithm Comparisons for Retrieving Chlorophyll-a and Turbidity Parameters in Inland Lakes from Hyperspectral Imagery
Mon 4:10 - 4:30 Hirata Takafumi Relationships and consistencies among particle size distribution, phytoplankton community structure, chlorophyll-a and the ocean color
Mon 4:30 - 4:50 Uz Stephanie Multi-decadal chlorophyll patterns in the tropical Pacific linked to sub-surface circulation changes
Tuesday, October 25th          
Session 4
Tues 8:00 - 8:20 Stramski Dariusz Quantifying the highest naturally-occurring concentrations of solar energy on Earth produced by focusing of sunlight by water surface waves
Tues 8:20 - 8:40 Li Linhai Characterization of oceanic light fields and apparent optical properties in the euphotic layer with an emphasis on distinctive features caused by inelastic radiative processes
Tues 8:40 - 9:00 Laney Samuel The vertical distribution and seasonality of light under Arctic Ocean sea ice
Tues 9:00 - 9:20 Rehm Eric On the Green Edge: Bio-optical Observations from the Marginal Ice Zone in Baffin Bay using Gliders, Floats and Ship profiles
Plenary #2 Tues 9:20 - 10:00 Moran Kathryn Building a Smart Ocean and Coasts
Break Tues 10:00 - 10:30      
Session 5
Tues 10:30 - 10:50 Randolph Kaylan Physical and biological sources of optical backscattering in the Southern Ocean
Tues 10:50 - 11:10 Waga Hisatomo Spatiotemporal variability of satellite derived phytoplankton size structure and its impact on benthic infaunal distribution in the Pacific Arctic
Tues 11:10 - 11:30 Neukermans Griet Phytoplankton blooms in an atlantifying Barents Sea
Tues 11:30 - 11:50 Kim Grace Ocean color in a fully-coupled earth system model: how including colored detrital matter affects ocean heating, temperatures and sea ice extent
Tues 11:50 - 12:10 Hill Victoria Using optical measurements to investigate under-ice warming, primary production and photo-oxidation in the upper Arctic Ocean
Lunch Tues 12:10 - 1:30      
Session 6
Tues 1:30 - 1:50 Foster Robert Polarized Remote Sensing Reflectance Retrieval through Wind-Driven Oceans and Validation with in-situ Polarimetry
Tues 1:50 - 2:10 Dierssen Heidi Spectral reflectance measurements of whitecaps and foam in the near infrared reveals a potential new approach to estimate whitecap reflectance in visible wavelengths
Tues 2:10 - 2:30 Mason John Measuring the Absorption Coefficient of Pure Water from 250-550 nm
Tues 2:30 - 2:50 El-habashi Ahmed Investigation of the relationship between algal fluorescence and the underwater degree of polarization: comparison of vector radiative transfer simulations and underwater field measurements of multangular hyperspectral polarization
Tues 2:50 - 3:10 Zhai Pengwang Inelastic Scattering In Vector Radiative Transfer
Wednesday, October 26th          
Session 7
Wed 8:00 - 8:20 Wei Jianwei A novel quality assurance system for spectral remote sensing reflectance: mechanism, performance, and applications
Wed 8:20 - 8:40 Yang Qian Effect of wind-generated bubbles on MODIS/Aqua ocean color products in the Southern Oceans
Wed 8:40 - 9:00 Ahmad Ziauddin Recent enhancements in atmospheric correction algorithm for ocean color retrievals from remotely sensed data
Wed 9:00 - 9:20 Ngoc Dinh Dat Coastal water extraction algorithm for Landsat-8 based on spectral analysis and the Hue-Saturation-Value based approach
Plenary #3 Wed 9:20 - 10:00 Erickson Tyler Monitoring Water on a Global Scale with Google Earth Engine
Break Wed 10:00 - 10:30      
Session 8
Wed 10:30 - 10:50 Chang Grace

Optical tools for environmental monitoring

Wed 10:50 - 11:10 Behrenfeld Michael Re-evaluating ocean warming impacts on global phytoplankton
Wed 11:10 - 11:30 Robinson Charlotte Phytoplankton absorption explains patterns in primary productivity in Australian coastal shelf waters
Wed 11:30 - 11:50 Russell Brandon Spectral Reflectance of Palauan Corals with Different Symbiont Species, and Response to Elevated Temperature
Wed 11:50 - 12:10 Wojtasiewicz Bozena Relation between phytoplankton chlorophyll and particulate organic carbon in the Indian Ocean
Lunch Wed 12:10 - 1:30      
Session 9
Wed 1:30 - 1:50 Vanhellemont Quinten ACOLITE processing for Sentinel-2 and Landsat-8: atmospheric correction and aquatic applications
Wed 1:50 - 2:10 Becker Richard Hyperspectral Mapping of Lake Erie HABs
Wed 2:10 - 2:30 Ortiz joseph Spatial and spectral inter-comparison of CyanoHAB signatures in Lake Erie and Sandusky Bay using multi-spectral and hypersectral remote sensing instruments
Wed 2:30 - 2:50 Barbosa Claudio Effect of stratified water column on chlorophyll estimate by remote sensing algorithms in a highly eutrophic hydroelectric reservoir.
Wed 2:50 - 3:10 Dogliotti Ana Large invasion of floating aquatic plants in the Río de la Plata estuary!
Break Wed 3:10 - 3:30      
Session 10
Wed 3:30 - 3:50 He Shuangyan Parameterized model of bidirectional effects in ocean color remote sensing
Wed 3:50 - 4:10 Lefering Ina Filter pad and PSICAM particulate absorption: more than just the sum of the parts
Wed 4:10 - 4:30 Pettersen Ragnhild Mapping and surveillance of benthic habitats with UHI
Thursday, October 27th          
Session 11
Thu 8:00 - 8:20 Stockley Nicole A multi-instrument approach to determining spectral variability of the volume scattering function
Thu 8:20 - 8:40 Barnard Andrew Hyperspectral radiometric device for accurate measurements of water leaving radiance from autonomous platforms for satellite vicarious calibrations
Thu 8:40 - 9:00 Zimmerman Richard Exploiting In Situ Lidar To Retrieve Optical Characteristics and Particle Distributions Of The Upper Ocean
Thu 9:00 - 9:20 Boss Emmanuel Collecting and processing underway in-line optical data
Plenary #4 Thu 9:20 - 10:00 Dutkiewicz Stephanie The ocean colour signal of climate change: a numerical model study
Break Thu 10:00 - 10:30      
Session 12
Thu 10:30 - 10:50 Mitchell Catherine What can gliders tell us about the optical properties of the water column? A case-study of an eight year time series
Thu 10:50 - 11:10 Zheng Guangming Discriminating diatom and non-diatom phytoplankton from space
Thu 11:10 - 11:30 Loisel Hubert Suspended particulate matter variability of the global coastal waters over the MERIS time period
Thu 11:30 - 11:50 Hu Lianbo A model to estimate green tide biomass based on FAI ocean color index
Thu 11:50 - 12:10 Curran Kieran Are existing models of size-fractionated primary productivity accurate for UK shelf seas?
Lunch Thu 12:10 - 1:30      
Session 13
Thu 1:30 - 1:50 Jay Sylvain Maximum likelihood estimation for hyperspectral remote sensing of coastal environments: a pixelwise approach
Thu 1:50 - 2:10 Ahn Jae-Hyun Updated atmospheric correction scheme for the Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI)
Thu 2:10 - 2:30 Ruddick Kevin New opportunities and challenges for high resolution remote sensing in turbid water
Thu 2:30 - 2:50 Qi Lin On the requirement of minimum signal-to-noise-ratio of ocean color sensors
Thu 2:50 - 3:10 Hieronymi Martin Ocean color remote sensing of extreme Case-2 waters
Friday, October 28th          
Plenary #5 Fri 9:30 - 10:10 Cunningham Alex Beyond biogeochemistry: monitoring the physical drivers of shelf sea ecosystems using ocean colour radiometry
Session 14
Fri 10:10 - 10:30

Kheireddine

Malika

First autonomous bio-optical profiling float in the Red Sea: resolving the biological response to physical forcing
Fri 10:30 - 10:50 Hardman-Mountford Nick Can Bio-Argo radiometric data be used in validation of ocean colour products?
Fri 10:50 - 11:10 Shang Shaoling A red tide Phaeocystis bloom captured by an UAV
Fri 11:10 - 11:30 Balch William Combining high-tech glider optical, hydrographic and chemical measurements with canonical observations of Redfield (1934) to derive water column productivity
Fri 11:30 - 11:50 Briggs Nathan Autonomous backscattering and fluorescence measurements suggest widespread role of particle fragmentation in regulating the biological carbon pump.
Closing Remarks Fri 11:50 - 12:15