Advances in Marine Biogeochemistry (AMBIO) IX

24-27 June 2019 at University of East Anglia, UK

The Advances in Marine Biogeochemistry (AMBIO) group is a thriving Special Interest Group of the Challenger Society for Marine Science – dedicated to, and run by, its members.

AMBIO holds a biennial science meeting at rolling locations across the UK and welcomes up to 100 delegates over 3 days from home and abroad. The next science meeting, AMBIO IX, is being planned for 24-27 June 2019 at the University of East Anglia.  The meeting will celebrate the career of Prof Tim Jickells.


Tuesday 25 June 2019

16:30 – Robyn Tuerena (ARISE): “Nutrient cycling and primary production in the Barents Sea: Insights from nitrogen isotope measurements.”

Wednesday 26 June 2019

09:30 – Keynote by Sian Henley (ChAOS and Arctic PRIZE): “Polar ocean biogeochemistry: cycling through seas of change”

10:15 – Kate Hendry (ChAOS): “Impact from glacial meltwater on marine biogeochemical cycling off South West Greenland: Insight from ship-board and glider observations”

Poster presentations

James Ward (ChAOS): “Benthic Silica Dynamics in the Northern High Latitudes: a Pore Water Study”

Jan Kaiser (EISPAC): “Nineteen years of surface ocean nitrous oxide along the Atlantic Meridional Transect”