AMOS 2021 call for abstracts (BGC session): 8-12 February 2021

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AMOS 2021 call for abstracts (BGC session): 8-12 February 2021

Pat Wongpan

Dear Cryolist members


We are pleased to announce a session Marine biogeochemistry: past, present and future at the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Annual Conference (online) in February next year. 


If you are interested in submitting an abstract, please do so soon, as the deadline for submissions is in only two weeks’ time (Friday, 6 November).


For more information regarding the abstract submission please visit:


The information about the session is here:

3.3. Marine biogeochemistry: past, present and future

Convenors: Hakase Hayashida (UTAS)*, Eric Mortenson (CSIRO), Annette Stellema (UNSW), Pat

Wongpan (UTAS)

Themes: Oceanography, Cryosphere

Description: Marine biogeochemical cycles of carbon and other elements and compounds play a

fundamental role in regulating the climate system and the marine ecosysteMs The impacts of

anthropogenic climate change on marine biogeochemistry are evident from observations in recent

decades, and model projections suggest substantial environmental changes that are likely to influence

marine biogeochemistry in coming decades. Understanding the past and projected changes in marine

biogeochemical processes, such as ocean acidification, de-oxygenation and nutrient supply changes,

is therefore an urgent matter for our society. This session aims to gather together all aspects of

observational and model studies on marine biogeochemistry that are undertaken by researchers

within Australia and beyond. We welcome studies across multiple temporal (past, present, and future)

and spatial (Australian, Antarctic, Southern Hemispheric, and global) scales.


Best regards,

Pat on behalf of all convenors


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Pat Wongpan  Quantitative Sea Ice Biogeochemist/Ecologist 

Australian Antarctic Program Partnership

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

University of Tasmania

IMAS Waterfront Building, 20 Castray Esplanade, 

Battery Point TAS 7004

Mail: Private Bag 80, Hobart TAS 7001




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