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2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting

2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting

This year, the ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting was held in the beautiful city of Honolulu in Hawai’i! PI Dr. Susanne Neuer gave a very insightful and well-received talk on sediment trap material composition, as well as the relative contribution of marine cyanobacteria and protists in these traps from the Sargasso Sea. Master’s student Bianca Cruz presented a poster on the influence of heterotrophic bacteria on transparent exopolymeric particle production and subsequent aggregation and sinking of the ubiquitous marine picocyanobacteria Synechococcus and Prochlorococcus. We look forward to the next ASM meeting in...
2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting

2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting

The Neuer Lab headed to New Orleans, LA to present their latest findings at the 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting. Bianca Cruz presented a poster on the aggregation and sinking of Synechococcus under nutrient limitation and clay addition; Megan Wolverton presented on the export of the algal community in the land fast sea ice based in the Arctic Ocean. Francesca De Martini represented the lab during the session talks with a presentation on the link between the growth and grazing rate of cyanobacteria and their carbon export in the Sargasso Sea. We look forward to the upcoming OSM, which will be held in Portland, OR February 2018! Click here for free on-demand access to the Keynote, Plenary, and Award Lectures presented at the 2016 meeting.  ...
ASLO 2014

ASLO 2014

In February the Neuer lab left the desert behind and went to the annual ocean sciences meeting (ASLO) in Honolulu. All of the graduate students presented on their research and Logan Monks (one of the undergrads working in the lab) also presented a poster. These meetings are a great way for students to gain new insight into many other projects that are going on around the world. The meeting was busy and informative and a great way to meet and mingle with other marine scientists, but we also found some time to see the ocean and experience a coral reef at Hanauma Bay which is established as a nature preserve in Hawaii. This year the Neuer lab contributed to the conference by presenting three posters and one talk. Wei Deng and Logan Monks presented posters on aggregation of Synechococcus and sinking characteristics with additions of different types of clays. Francesca De Martini had a poster looking at the growth and grazing rate of pico and nano phytoplankton community and its link to the carbon export in the Sargasso Sea. Kyle Kinzler presented his findings from research looking at diatoms and other organisms that reside in the land fast sea ice based in the Arctic...
The breathing Ocean

The breathing Ocean

Check this recent article from ASU’s “Research Matters” series on our lab’s s work investigating the biological carbon pump in the Sargasso Sea