“Ocean Biogeochemistry and Climate Change: from past to present”, 2015 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 22-27 February 2015, Granada, Spain

The abstract submission deadline is 23:59 U.S. Central Daylight Time on Friday, 10 October 2014.

Anthropogenic CO₂ is expected to have a significant impact, not only on global climate, but also on marine biogeochemistry, ocean circulation, ecosystem structure and ocean pH. Our capacity to assess and quantify these future changes relies on our understanding of Earth’s natural variability and its tight coupling with the carbon cycle. This session will focus on the interaction between ocean biogeochemistry and present and past climates from inter-annual to millenial time-scales with special emphasis on the carbon cycle, marine productivity and nutrient inventories, as well as the links to ocean circulation. We welcome contributions from marine proxy records over long time scales (millenial, glacial/interglacial,..) but also short term anomalies (i.e. El Niño, NAO, etc.) dealing with physical, chemical and biological processes responsible for shaping the Earth’s climate.

You must register and submit your abstract by this time in order to have your abstract considered.

Conference registration is required for abstract submission as well as for application for travel grants. After completing registration, you will be given the opportunity to submit your abstract.

The scientific committee for this meeting has expanded the number of authors that can be submitted per abstract to 10.


Eva Calvo , Institut de Ciencies del Mar, CSIC

Isabel Cacho , Facultat de Geologia, Universitat de Barcelona

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