IEBS

Contemporary Monitoring and Assessment Approaches to Estuarine and Coastal Biogeochemistry

Estuaries and bays, located at the land-ocean interface, receive large quantities of nutrients and organic carbon from runoff thus supporting high rates of primary production and playing a major ecological role at a global scale. Since about 40% of the World’s population live in coastal areas, these systems are also highly vulnerable to anthropogenic pressure. Understanding the transformation, fate and transport of chemical substances in such dynamic and complex systems where natural and anthropogenic gradients and processes take place is still challenging.

The XV International Estuarine Biogeochemistry Symposium (IEBS 2019) will be held in Vigo (Galicia, Spain) for the first time. Galicia hosts a large number of rias, estuarine systems formed by flooding of former river valleys in the Preistocene-Holonce during the last interglacial transgression. The XV IEBS will cover the wide diversity of estuaries and bays, regarding their morphology, geographic location, climate conditions, and anthropogenic pressure.

Current changes in the land use and activities developed in coastal areas and the ever changing chemical compounds used in products for human consumption and/or industrial activities requires contemporary approaches for the monitoring and assessment of estuarine biogeochemical processes. Within this context, we welcome studies dealing with the sources, behavior and fate of nutrients, organic matter, and historical and emerging contaminants (trace elements, nanoparticles, organic compounds). A specific session will be dedicated to the potential impact and/or interaction of microplastics on the biogeochemical processes.

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XV International Estuarine Biogeochemistry Symposium (IEBS 2019)

Biogeochemical studies covering the wide diversity of estuaries and bays, regarding their morphology, geographic location, climate conditions, and anthropogenic pressure, are welcome. Specific items include (but are not restricted to):

  • Past, present and future anthropogenic pressure – how do environmental changes affect nutrient and organic matter cycles, eutrophication, contaminant fate, coastal ocean acidification and ecosystem functions?
  • Physical and chemical factors influencing biogeochemistry and exchanges at estuarine boundaries (sediment-water-air, urban areas, subterranean estuaries).
  • New experimental techniques and technologies for in-situ high resolution monitoring and modelling of elements, nutrients, and organic matter cycling in coastal environments.
  • Microplastics on the marine environment and their impact on coastal biogeochemical cycles.

Antonio Cobelo-García

PhD, Conference Chair. IIM-CSIC.

acobelo@iim.csic.es

 

 

Ricardo Prego

PhD. IIM-CSIC.

prego@iim.csic.es

Ana Romero-Freire

PhD. IIM-CSIC.

anaromero@iim.csic.es

 

 

Susana Calvo

MSc. IIM-CSIC.

scalvo@iim.csic.es

Óscar Nieto Palmeiro

PhD. University of Vigo.

palmeiro@uvigo.es

 

 

Miguel Álvarez Vázquez

IIM-CSIC

malvarezv@iim.csic.es

Gwénaëlle Chaillou

Université du Québec à Rimouski.

Rimouski, Canada.

 

 

Antonio Cobelo-García

Instituto de Investigacións Mariñas (IIM-CSIC).

Vigo, Spain.

Robert Mason

University of Connecticut.

Groton (CT), USA.

 

 

Michael R. Shields

University of Florida

Gainesville (FL), USA

 

 

Andrew Turner

University of Plymouth.

Plymouth, UK.

Jörg Schäfer

University of Bordeaux.

Bordeaux, France.

 

 

Boris Koch

Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research.

Bremerhaven, Germany

PROGRAM

THIS PROGRAM IS PROVISIONAL, MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

HOUR ACTIVITY
19:00 Icebreaker

Meeting point: Varadero

How to get

HOUR ACTIVITY
08:30 Registration and Poster Installation
09:30 Opening Session
Theme 1: Sources and Cycling of Dissolved Gases, Organic Matter and Nutrients (1/3)
Chair: A. Turner
10:00 Keynote Presentation 1
INNOVATIVE MODULAR SENSING SYSTEMS FOR AUTONOMOUS IN SITU MONITORING OF TRACE METALS, NUTRIENTS, SPECIES RELEVANT TO THE CARBON CYCLE, AND POTENTIALLY HARMFUL ALGAE
M.-L. Tercier-Waeber
10:40 LONG-TERM SUBSURFACE DISSOLVED OXYGEN TREND IN THE NW IBERIAN COASTAL UPWELLING SYSTEM (NE ATLANTIC)
Castro, C.G.*, Zúñiga, D., Sánchez-Leal R. and Villacieros-Robineau, N.
10:55 DISSOLVED OXYGEN DYNAMICS IN RIA FORMOSA LAGOON – AN IN SITU HIGH RESOLUTION MONITORING APPROACH
Cravo, A. *, Rosa, A., Jacob, J. and Correia, C.
11:10 METHANE DISTRIBUTION IN THE ELBE ESTUARY WITH HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION
Winkler, H., Bussmann, I.*
11:25 EMISSIONS OF CO2, CH4, AND N2O IN THREE ESTUARIES OF THE SOUTHERN IBERIAN ATLANTIC BASIN
Sierra. A*, Jiménez-López. D, Ortega. T. and Forja. J
11:40 Coffee Break
Theme 1: Sources and Cycling of Dissolved Gases, Organic Matter and Nutrients (2/3)
Chair: A. Cobelo-García
12:10 COLORED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) DYNAMICS IN THE PRISTINE KRKA RIVER ESTUARY (CROATIA)
Marcinek, S.*, Layglon, N., Pađan, J., Cindrić, A.M., Santinelli, C., Gonnelli, M., Garnier, C., Mounier, S. and Omanović, D.
12:25 CHARACTERIZATION OF RIVERINE DOM USING THERMAL SLICING PYROLYSIS GC-MS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE AND ORGANIC MATTER LABILITY
O’Connor, J.A.*, Guo, L. and Liu, Z.
12:40 GROUNDWATER-DERIVED TERRIGENOUS DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER FLUXES TO COASTAL OCEAN
Hébert, A.-J.*, Gélinas, Y. and Chaillou, G.
12:55 SOURCES AND DIAGENETIC STATE OF ORGANIC MATTER IN AN ENGINEERED PROGRADING DELTA: A MULTI-PROXY APPROACH
Shields, M.R.*, Bianchi, T.S., Kolker, A.S., Kenney, W.F., Mohrig, D., Osborne, T.Z. and Curtis, J.H.
13:10 SEASONAL MAGNITUDE OF SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE IN RÍA DE VIGO
Ibánhez, J.S.P.*, Álvarez-Salgado, X.A., Nieto-Cid, M., Casal, L. and Rocha, C.
13:25 Lunch
Theme 2: Contamination and Cycling of Trace Elements (1/2)
Chair: M.-L. Tercier-Waeber
15:00 Keynote Presentation 2
ESTUARIES AND THE RIVERINE INPUT OF GEOGENIC RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND ANTHROPOGENIC GADOLINIUM INTO SEAWATER
M. Bau
15:40 RARE EARTH ELEMENTS FRACTIONATION IN SALT MARSH HALOPHYTE PLANT HALIMIONE PORTULACOIDES FROM TAGUS ESTUARY (PORTUGAL)
Brito, P*, Caçador, I., Mil-Homens, M. and Caetano, M.
15:55

Poster Flash Presentations (1/2)

REVISITING THE CONTENTS OF MERCURY IN THE SURFACE SEDIMENTS OF THE TAGUS ESTUARY
M. Mil-Homens*, P. Brito and C. Monteiro

ANTHROPOCENE HUMAN FOOTPRINT IN THE NALÓN ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS (NORTHERN SPAIN)
E. Garcia-Ordiales*, G. Flor-Blanco, S. Covelli, N. Roqueñí, G. Fontolan, L. Sanz-Prada and J. Loredo

PLATINUM-GROUP ELEMENTS DOWN-CORE DISTRIBUTION IN SEDIMENTS AT INDUSTRIAL SITES OF TAGUS ESTUARY
C. Monteiro*, A. Romero-Freire, R. Cesário, M. Caetano, M. Correia dos Santos and Cobelo-Garcia

SIMULATION OF THE EFFECTS OF DREDGING ON THE MOBILITY OF MERCURY AND ARSENIC IN RESUSPENDED CONTAMINATED ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS (ASTURIAS, SPAIN)
S. Covelli*, E. Garcia-Ordiales, G. Braidotti, E. Petranich, E. Pavoni, L. Sanz-Prada, N. Roqueñí and J. Loredo

POLYBROMINATED FLAME RETARDANTS IN GALICIAN ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS
L. Viñas*, B. Pérez-Fernández and I. Alves

POLYCICLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS (PAHs) IN FOUR ESTUARINE AREAS
L. Viñas* and B. Pérez-Fernández

HUMAN IMPACTS ON ESTUARIES: HALOGENATED ORGANIC COMPOUNDS POLLUTION
B. Pérez-Fernández*, L. Viñas and J.A. Soriano

METAL ASSESMENT ON ESTUARINE AREAS
F. Schultze, V. Besada, B. Pérez-Fernández*, L. Viñas

MONITOOL: NEW TOOLS FOR MONITORING THE CHEMICAL STATUS IN TRASITIONAL AND COASTAL WATERS UNDER THE WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE
J. Larreta*, I. Amouroux, M.J. Belzunce-Segarra, Ph. Bersuder, A. Bettoschi, T. Bolam, M. Caetano, I. Carvalho, M. Correia dos Santos, J. Franco, J.-L. Gonzalez, S. Guesdon, B. Marras, B. McHugh, I. Menchaca, D. Merkel, V. Millán, N. Montero, M. Nolan, O. Perceval, F. Regan, C. Robinson, M. Rodrigo, J. Nuno Rosa, M. Schintu and B. White

THE AQUATIC PLANT CYMODOCEA NODOSA AS A TRACER OF TRACE METAL ANTHROPOGENIC INPUTS TO THE MAR MENOR COASTAL LAGOON (SE SPAIN)
J. Santos-Echeandía, M.D. Belando, J. Bernardeau-Esteller*, R. García-Muñoz, A. Ramos Segura, L. Marín Guirao, J.M. Ruiz

ROLE OF JUNCUS MARITIMUS IN THE MERCURY CYCLE OF A CONTAMINATED SALT MARSH
E. Garcia-Ordiales*, N. Roqueñí, and J. Loredo

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND YTTRIUM IN DIFFERENT SIZE FRACTIONS OF FOUR BOREAL RIVERS IN SWEDEN AND ICELAND
N.E. Weimar*, K. Schmidt, E. Kurahashi, F. Klimpel, A.-L. Zocher and  M. Bau

TAGUS ESTUARY OBSERVATORY: SEASONAL MONITORING OF THE WATER QUALITY
M. Rodrigues, A. Cravo*, P. Freire, A. Rosa, D. Santos

PLATINUM ACCUMULATION AND TOXICITY IN MARINE BIVALVES
M. Abdou*, J. Schäfer, R. Medrano, B. Zaldibar, U. Izagirre, L. Dutruch, Manu Soto and Gérard Blanc

DISPERSION SCENARIOS OF ANTIMONY AND TELLURIUM RADIONUCLIDES IN THE GIRONDE ESTUARY: A COMBINATION OF SOLID/LIQUID PARTITIONING, RADIONUCLIDE DECAY AND ESTUARINE HYDRODYNAMICS
T. Gil-Díaz, J. Schäfer*, V. Keller, E. Eiche and L. Dutruch

CADMIUM FRACTIONATION IN DEPTH SEDIMENTS OF SAN SIMON BAY (NW IBERIAN PENINSULA)
A.M. Ramírez-Pérez, M.A. Álvarez-Vázquez*, E. De Uña-Álvarez and E. de Blas

16:50 Coffee Break
17:20 BIOGEOCHEMICAL BEHAVIOUR OF TELLURIUM IN A MAJOR EUROPEAN FLUVIAL-ESTUARINE SYSTEM (GIRONDE, FRANCE)
Schäfer, J.*, Gil-Díaz, T., Dutruch, L., Bossy, C., Pougnet, F., Abdou, M., Lerat-Hardy, A., Pereto, C., Derriennic, H., Briant, N., Knoery, J. and Blanc, G.
17:35 PLATINUM – AN EMERGING CONTAMINANT IN ESTUARINE/COASTAL SYSTEMS
Abdou, M.*, Schäfer, J., Tercier-Waeber, M.-L., Hu, R., Gil-Díaz, T., Dutruch, L., Catrouillet, C., Cobelo-García, A., Brach-Papa, C., Charmasson, S., Massa, F., Castellano, M., Blanc, G.
17:50 EVALUATION OF PLATINUM AND RHODIUM IN URBAN ROAD DUST: INERT OR SOLUBLE IN AN ESTUARY?
Monteiro, C.E.,* Cobelo-Garcia, A., Caetano, M. and dos Santos, M.C.
20:00 Gala Dinner at the Real Club Náutico de Vigo
HOUR ACTIVITY
09:00 Keynote Presentation 3
METALS IN MICROPLASTICS AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON ESTUARINE AND COASTAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
A. Turner
Theme 2: Contamination and Cycling of Trace Elements (2/2)
Chair: J. Schäfer
09:40 ANTHROPOCENE IMPRINT OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY. BLOSSOM, DECAY AND REACTIVATION
Álvarez-Vázquez, M.A.*, Álvarez-Iglesias, P., Quintana, B., Caetano, M., De Uña-Álvarez, E. and Prego, R.
09:55 WHAT CONTROLS WATER COLUMN METHYLMERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN ESTUARINE ECOSYSTEMS? INSIGHTS FROM MEASUREMENTS AND MODELING
Seelen, E.A., Taylor, V.F., Buckman, K.L., Balcom, P.H., Chen, C.Y. and Mason, R.P.*
10:10 Coffee Break
10:40 MIXING BEHAVIOUR OF TRACE ELEMENTS AT THE MOUTH OF THE ISONZO/SOČA RIVER (GULF OF TRIESTE, NORTHERN ADRIATIC SEA)
Pavoni, E.*, Crosera, M., Adami, G., Petranich, E., Covelli, S. and Faganeli, J.
10:55 BEHAVIOR OF NUTRIENTS AND TRACE METALS AT THE HEAD OF ESTUARIES BEFORE MIXING OF RIVER AND SEAWATERS
Shulkin, V.M.*, Tishchenko, P.Y. and Semkin, P.Y.
11:10 IMPACT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON THE AVAILABILITY AND UPTAKE OF TRACE ELEMENTS BY MUSSELS
Romero-Freire, A.*, Freitas, R., Silva E., Fernández Pérez F., Babarro J.M.F. and Cobelo-García A.
11:25 AN EXTREME EUTROPHICATION EVENT IN A SPANISH COASTAL LAGOON (MAR MENOR, SE SPAIN): THE ROLE OF BENTHIC FLUXES
Santos-Echeandía, J.*, Belando, M.D., Álvarez-Rogel, J., Tercero, C., Otero-Pérez, X.L., Bernardeau-Esteller, J., García-Muñoz, R., Ramos, A. and Ruiz, J.M.
11:40 Presentation of the Master MER
(Marine Environment and Resources Consortium)
Jörg Schäfer
11:55

Poster Flash Presentations (2/2)

IDEALIZED MODELLING OF MICROPLASTIC TRANSPORT IN ESTUARIES
M. Díez-Minguito*, M. Bermúdez and A.M. García

INTERACTION OF MERCURY WITH BEACHED PLASTICS WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ZONATION, DEGRADATION STATUS AND POLYMER TYPE
J. Santos-Echeandía*, J.R. Rivera-Hernández,, J.P. Rodrigues and V. Moltó

ENVIRONMENTAL DIAGNOSTIC OF THE IMPACT OF WASTEWATER DISCHARGES ON WATER QUALITY OF SHELLFISH WATERS IN THE RIA FORMOSA LAGOON: CONPRAR PROJECT
A. Cravo, C. Correia*, A.F. Vidal, J. Jacob, M.P. Reis, S. Caetano, and A. Barbosa

ANNUAL CYCLE OF INSHORE-OFFSHORE EXCHANGES OF NUTRIENTS AND DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER  IN THE RIA OF VIGO
R. Prego*, M. Doval, A. Padín, S. Mohamed, M.J. Álvarez-Fernández and F.F. Pérez

EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT NITROGEN SOURCES ON COASTAL MICROPLANKTON COMMUNITIES
V. Joglar, P. García-Otero*, A. Fuentes, M.J. Pazó, E. Peláez, S. Vieitez, V. Vieitez, X.A. Álvarez-Salgado, E. Teira and S. Martínez-García*

BIOGEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANAMMOX BACTERIA IN NW PORTUGUESE ESTUARIES
C. Teixeira* and A.A. Bordalo

PALAEOPRODUCTIVITY RECONSTRUCTION OF A SEDIMENT CORE FROM THE TRANSITIONAL ZONE OF THE GALICIA CONTINENTAL MARGIN
A. E. López-Pérez*, B. Rubio, and D. Rey

TARENA EXPEDITION AN OCEANOGRAPHIC CAMPAIGN BIOGEOCHEMICAL IN TROPICAL ESTUARY
N. Franco*, L. Florez-Leiva, C. Bernal, S. Contreras, L. Martinez, L. Portillo, C. Hincapie, J. Osorio, N. Cordoba, W. Pacheco and V. Toro

REVISITING THE CRITICAL TURBULENCE HYPOTHESIS IN THE UPWELLING REGION OFF NW IBERIA
A. Comesaña*, B. Fernández-Castro, P. Chouciño, E. Fernández, A. Fuentes-Lema, M. Gilcoto, M. Pérez-Lorenzo and B. Mouriño-Carballido

NEPHELOID LAYER DYNAMICS IN A COASTAL UPWELLING SYSTEM (NW IBERIA)
N. Villacieros-Robineau, D. Zúñiga, B. Barreiro, F. Alonso-Pérez*, F. de la Granda, M. Froján, C.A. Collins, E.D. Barton and C.G. Castro

CHARACERIZATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY AND NON-LIVING PARTICLES BY CONVENTIONAL MICROSCOPY AND FLOWCAM® IN THE RIA DE VIGO
E. Velasco-Senovilla*, B. Reguera, G. Casas, I. Ramilo, P. Pousa-Fernández, B. Mouriño-Carballido and E. Nogueira

INORGANIC CARBON CYCLE IN THE RIA DE VIGO (NW SPAIN)
D. Broullón*, M.D. Doval, F.F. Pérez, X.A. Padín and J. Triñanes

AUTONOMOUS NUTRIENT ANALYSIS MONITORING USING A PORTABLE SYSTEM ALONG COASTAL TRANSECTS
S.F. Bastero, R. Bañuelos, R. Chamorro, X.A. Padin, W. Redondo, B. Díaz-López, F. Massimo and C.G. Castro*

BIOGEOCHEMICAL BUDGET OF NUTRIENTS AND ORGANIC MATTER IN THE RIA OF CEDEIRA. CHANGES DUE TO ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCES AND SEASONAL UPWELLING
R. Prego*, M. Doval, M.A. Álvarez-Vázquez and M. Varela

BENTHIC FLUXES AND NET ECOSYSTEM METABOLISM IN A COASTAL UPWELLING EMBAYMENT (RIA DE VIGO, NW SPAIN)
F. Alonso-Pérez*, D. Zuñiga, B. Arbones, N: Villacieros-Robineau, F. Figueiras, F. and C.G Castro

EXPORT OF DISSOLVED AND SUSPENDED MATTER FROM THE MAIN ESTUARIES IN SOUTH PORTUGAL DURING WINTER CONDITIONS
C. Correia*, A.F. Torres, A. Rosa, A. Cravo, J. Jacob, L. de Oliveira and E. Garel

DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER DISTRIBUTION IN THREE ESTUARIES OF THE GULF OF CADIZ: TIDAL EFFECT AND TRANSPORT TO THE COASTAL ZONE
V. Amaral*, C. Romera-Castillo, M. García-Delgado and J. Forja

BENTHIC NUTRIENT FLUXES IN SEDIMENTS ALONG THE LIMA ESTUARY (NW PORTUGAL)
C. Teixeira*, É. Fernandes and A.A. Bordalo

HYPOXIA IN THE LOWER ST LAWRENCE ESTUARY: IMPACT ON BENTHIC OXYGEN DEMAND
Joannie Cool*1, Jens Rassman2, Alfonso Mucci3 and Gwénaëlle Chaillou1

HIGH RESOLUTION ANALYSIS ON MARINE AND ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS BY ITRAX CORE SCANNING IN THE CACTI OF THE UNIVERSIDADE DE VIGO: DATA OPTIMIZATION
P. Alvarez-Iglesias* and J. Millos

13:00 Lunch
Theme 1: Sources and Cycling of Dissolved Gases, Organic Matter and Nutrients (3/3)
Chair: M. Shields
14:50 SYNTHESIS AND ASSIMILATION OF B VITAMINS BY BACTERIOPLANKTON DURING A PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM
García-Otero, P.*, Pontiller, B., Pinhassi, J., Teira, E., Martínez-García, S.
15:05 THE IMPACT OF SALMON FARMING ON BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING IN THE MACRO-ESTUARINE SYSTEM OF CHILEAN PATAGONIA
Wild-Allen, K.*, Crosswell J., Skerratt, J., Baird, M., Schwanger, C., and Steven, A.
15:20 MONTHLY INORGANIC BIOGEOCHEMISTRY TIME SERIES IN THE NE SPAIN GULF OF ARTABRO, 2014-2018
Marta Álvarez*1, Elisa F. Guallart1 Noelia M. Fajar1, Monica Castaño-Carrera, and Javier Gonzalez Dequidt1
15:35 DISSOLVED INORGANIC NITROGEN UPTAKE KINETICS OF DOMINANTS MACROPHYTES IN A COASTAL LAGOON UNDER ANTROPHIC PRESSURE
Jaime Bernardeau-Esteller*1, Jose Miguel Sandoval-Gil2, Aranzazú Ramos-Segura1, Maria D. Belando1, Rocío García-Muñoz1, Lázaro Marín-Guirao1, Juan M. Ruiz1
15:50 Coffee Break
16:20 Discussion and Meeting Conclusions

EXCURSION

 

Field trip on June 6 to the Cíes Islands

More information HERE

 

The field trip includes the boat and a guided tour for those who want to get to know the island better, as well as picnic-type food.

Limited place available, so please sign up as soon as possible.

+Monday 3

HOUR ACTIVITY
18:30 Ice Breaker

+Tuesday 4

HOUR ACTIVITY
08:30 Registration and Poster Installation
09:30 Opening Session
10:15 Keynote Presentation 1
INNOVATIVE MODULAR SENSING SYSTEMS FOR AUTONOMOUS IN SITU MONITORING OF TRACE METALS, NUTRIENTS, SPECIES RELEVANT TO THE CARBON CYCLE, AND POTENTIALLY HARMFUL ALGAE
M.-L. Tercier-Waeberr
Theme 1: Sources and Cycling of Dissolved Gases, Organic Matter and Nutrients (1/2)
10:55 LONG-TERM SUBSURFACE DISSOLVED OXYGEN TREND IN THE NW IBERIAN COASTAL UPWELLING SYSTEM (NE ATLANTIC)
Castro, C.G.*, Zúñiga, D., Sánchez-Leal R. and Villacieros-Robineau, N.
11:10 DISSOLVED OXYGEN DYNAMICS IN RIA FORMOSA LAGOON – AN IN SITU HIGH RESOLUTION MONITORING APPROACH
Cravo, A. *, Rosa, A., Jacob, J. and Correia, C.
11:20 METHANE DISTRIBUTION IN THE ELBE ESTUARY WITH HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION
Winkler, H., Bussmann, I.*
11:40 EMISSIONS OF CO2, CH4, AND N2O IN THREE ESTUARIES OF THE SOUTHERN IBERIAN ATLANTIC BASIN
Sierra. A*, Jiménez-López. D, Ortega. T. and Forja. J
11:55 SYNTHESIS AND ASSIMILATION OF B VITAMINS BY BACTERIOPLANKTON DURING A PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOM
García-Otero, P.*, Pontiller, B., Pinhassi, J., Teira, E., Martínez-García, S.
12:10 Coffee Break
12:40 COLORED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) DYNAMICS IN THE PRISTINE KRKA RIVER ESTUARY (CROATIA)
Marcinek, S.*, Layglon, N., Pađan, J., Cindrić, A.M., Santinelli, C., Gonnelli, M., Garnier, C., Mounier, S. and Omanović, D.
12:55 CHARACTERIZATION OF RIVERINE DOM USING THERMAL SLICING PYROLYSIS GC-MS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCE AND ORGANIC MATTER LABILITY
O’Connor, J.A.*, Guo, L..and Liu, Z.
13:10 GROUNDWATER-DERIVED TERRIGENOUS DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER FLUXES TO COASTAL OCEAN
Hébert, A.-J.*, Gélinas, Y. and Chaillou, G.
13:25 SOURCES AND DIAGENETIC STATE OF ORGANIC MATTER IN AN ENGINEERED PROGRADING DELTA: A MULTI-PROXY APPROACH
Shields, M.R.*, Bianchi, T.S., Kolker, A.S., Kenney, W.F., Mohrig, D., Osborne, T.Z. and Curtis, J.H.
13:40 Lunch
15:00 Keynote Presentation 2
ESTUARIES AND THE RIVERINE INPUT OF GEOGENIC RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND ANTHROPOGENIC GADOLINIUM INTO SEAWATER
M. Bau
Theme 2: Contamination and Cycling of Trace Elements (1/2)
15:40 RARE EARTH ELEMENTS FRACTIONATION IN SALT MARSH HALOPHYTE PLANT HALIMIONE PORTULACOIDES FROM TAGUS ESTUARY (PORTUGAL)
Brito, P*, Caçador, I., Mil-Homens, M. and Caetano, M.
15:55 Poster Flash Presentations (1/2) – Posters from 1 to 19
16:50 Coffee Break
17:20 BIOGEOCHEMICAL BEHAVIOUR OF TELLURIUM IN A MAJOR EUROPEAN FLUVIAL-ESTUARINE SYSTEM (GIRONDE, FRANCE)
Schäfer, J.*, Gil-Díaz, T., Dutruch, L., Bossy, C., Pougnet, F., Abdou, M., Lerat-Hardy, A., Pereto, C., Derriennic, H., Briant, N., Knoery, J. and Blanc, G.
17:35 PLATINUM – AN EMERGING CONTAMINANT IN ESTUARINE/COASTAL SYSTEMS
Abdou, M.*, Schäfer, J., Tercier-Waeber, M.-L., Hu, R., Gil-Díaz, T., Dutruch, L., Catrouillet, C., Cobelo-García, A., Brach-Papa, C., Charmasson, S., Massa, F., Castellano, M., Blanc, G.
17:50 EVALUATION OF PLATINUM AND RHODIUM IN URBAN ROAD DUST: INERT OR SOLUBLE IN AN ESTUARY?
Monteiro, C.E.,* Cobelo-Garcia, A., Caetano, M. and dos Santos, M.C.
20:00 Gala Dinner

+Wednesday 5

HOUR ACTIVITY
09:00 Keynote Presentation 3
METALS IN MICROPLASTICS AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON ESTUARINE AND COASTAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
A. Turner
Theme 2: Contamination and Cycling of Trace Elements (2/2)
09:40 MICROPLASTICS IN SEDIMENTS FROM THE GALICIAN COAST (NW SPAIN)
Carretero, O.*, Gago, J., Viñas, L., Filgueiras, A.V.
09:55 ANTHROPOCENE IMPRINT OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY. BLOSSOM, DECAY AND REACTIVATION
Álvarez-Vázquez, M.A.*, Álvarez-Iglesias, P., Quintana, B., Caetano, M., De Uña-Álvarez, E. and Prego, R.
10:10 WHAT CONTROLS WATER COLUMN METHYLMERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN ESTUARINE ECOSYSTEMS? INSIGHTS FROM MEASUREMENTS AND MODELING
Seelen, E.A., Taylor, V.F., Buckman, K.L., Balcom, P.H., Chen, C.Y. and Mason, R.P.*
10:25 Coffee Break
11:00 MIXING BEHAVIOUR OF TRACE ELEMENTS AT THE MOUTH OF THE ISONZO/SOČA RIVER (GULF OF TRIESTE, NORTHERN ADRIATIC SEA)
Pavoni, E.*, Crosera, M., Adami, G., Petranich, E., Covelli, S. And Faganeli, J.
11:15 BEHAVIOR OF NUTRIENTS AND TRACE METALS AT THE HEAD OF ESTUARIES BEFORE MIXING OF RIVER AND SEAWATERS
Shulkin, V.M.*, Tishchenko, P.Y. and Semkin, P.Y.
11:30 IMPACT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON THE AVAILABILITY AND UPTAKE OF TRACE ELEMENTS BY MUSSELS
Romero-Freire, A.*, Freitas, R., Silva E., Fernández Pérez F., Babarro J.M.F. and Cobelo-García A.
11:45 AN EXTREME EUTROPHICATION EVENT IN A SPANISH COASTAL LAGOON (MAR MENOR, SE SPAIN): THE ROLE OF BENTHIC FLUXES
Santos-Echeandía, J.*, Belando, M.D., Álvarez-Rogel, J., Tercero, C., Otero-Pérez, X.L., Bernardeau-Esteller, J., García-Muñoz, R., Ramos, A. and Ruiz, J.M.
12:00 Poster Flash Presentations (2/2) – Posters from 19 to 38
13:00 Lunch
Theme 1: Sources and Cycling of Dissolved Gases, Organic Matter and Nutrients (2/2)
14:30 SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE IN THE PEARL RIVER ESTUARY AND ITS GEOCHEMICAL IMPACTS
Wang, G.*, Jin, S., Li, Q., Jiang, W., Dai, M. and Gan, J.
14:45 SEASONAL MAGNITUDE OF SUBMARINE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE IN RÍA DE VIGO
Ibánhez, J.S.P.*, Álvarez-Salgado, X.A., Nieto-Cid, M., Casal, L. and Rocha, C.
15:00 THE IMPACT OF SALMON FARMING ON BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING IN THE MACRO-ESTUARINE SYSTEM OF CHILEAN PATAGONIA
Wild-Allen, K.*, Crosswell J., Skerratt, J., Baird, M., Schwanger, C., and Steven, A.
15:15 MONTHLY INORGANIC BIOGEOCHEMISTRY TIME SERIES IN THE NE SPAIN GULF OF ARTABRO, 2014-2018
Marta Álvarez*1, Elisa F. Guallart1 Noelia M. Fajar1, Monica Castaño-Carrera, and Javier Gonzalez Dequidt1
15:30 DISSOLVED INORGANIC NITROGEN UPTAKE KINETICS OF DOMINANTS MACROPHYTES IN A COASTAL LAGOON UNDER ANTROPHIC PRESSURE
Jaime Bernardeau-Esteller*1, Jose Miguel Sandoval-Gil2, Aranzazú Ramos-Segura1, Maria D. Belando1, Rocío García-Muñoz1, Lázaro Marín-Guirao 1, Juan M. Ruiz1
15:45 Coffee Break
16:15 Discussion and Meeting Conclusions

+Thursday 6

EXCURSION

 

Field trip on June 6 to the Cíes Islands More information HERE

 

The field trip includes the boat and a guided tour for those who want to get to know the island better, as well as picnic-type food.

Limited place available, so please sign up as soon as possible.

XV International Estuarine Biogeochemistry Symposium (IEBS 2019)

Keynote Speakers

andrew-turner

Dr. Andrew Turner

 

University of Plymouth (UK)

 

Metals in microplastics and their potential impacts on estuarine and coastal biogeochemical cycles

michael-bau

Dr. Michael Bau

 

Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH (Germany)

 

Estuaries and the riverine input of geogenic rare earth elements and anthropogenic gadolinium into seawater

marie-louise

Dr. Marie-Louise Tercier-Waeber

 

University of Geneva (Switzerland)

 

Innovative modular sensing systems for autonomous in situ monitoring of trace metals, nutrients, species relevant to the carbon cycle, and potentially harmful algae

XV International Estuarine Biogeochemistry Symposium (IEBS 2019)

SPECIAL ISSUE IN “MARINE CHEMISTRY”

As for previous IEBS meetings, there will be a

 

Special Issue of Marine Chemistry (IF 3.337) based on contributions to the XV IEBS

 

Please consider submitting a full paper version of your work to this SI. Further information on Special Issue publication process can be found here:

New special issue publication process

 

Manuscript submission will be open from 1 July to 30 September 2019.