4th International Submarine Canyon Symposium (INCISE2018)

5-7 November 2018, Shenzhen, CHINA

Abstract

You can find all abstracts submitted to the 2018 INCISE Symposium here.

Author Co-author(s) Abstract Title Abstract Body INCISE Theme Presentation Type Keywords
Menjun Li Naishuang Bi, Lisha Hu, Xuefa Shi, Jingping Xu Deciphering the sediment sources in Taiwan Canyon, northwestern South China Sea (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Oral Presentation Taiwan Canyon, sediment sources, Forams View
Neil C. Mitchell Bedrock erosion by sedimentary flows in submarine canyons (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation bedrock erosion, submarine canyons, submarine debris flows, turbidity currents View
Zhongwei Zhao Neil C. Mitchell, Rui Quartau, Fernando Tempera, and Lucy Bricheno Post-eruptive Submarine Terrace Development by Erosion of a Surtseyan Cone at Capelinhos, Faial Island, Azores (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation submarine terrace, coastal erosion, wave attenuation, sediment transport, channelized movement View
Ben Kneller Yanwei Zhang, Liang Zhao, Zhifei Liu, Eckart Meiburg How do hyperpycnal flows travel so far down submarine canyons? entrainment, detrainment and salinification. (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation hyperpycnal, lofting, entrainment, detrainment, diffusion View
James T. Liu Ray T. Hsu Capturing hyperpycnal events in the benthic nepheloid layer of a submarine canyon in the wake of a typhoon (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation hyperpycnal turbidity current, tidal regime, typhoon, sediment trap, terrestrial sediment View
Marta Guerra Tamlyn Somerford, Rob Smith, Steve Dawson, Liz Slooten, Will Rayment Environmental drivers of the foraging distribution of sperm whales in the submarine canyon of Kaikōura, New Zealand (Preview) Session 4: Submarine canyon conservation Oral Presentation Kaikoura Canyon, sperm whales, foraging distribution, climate variability View
Ken Ikehara Toshiya Kanamatsu, Kazuko Usami, Arata Kioka and Michael Strasser Repeated deposition of thick muddy turbidites and mass-transport deposits in small basins along the Japan Trench floor (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Oral Presentation Japan Trench, homogeneous mud, benthic foraminifer, slope failure View
Saiko Sugisaki Taku Ajioka, Hajime Katayama and Ken Ikehara Morphology and sedimentation of Sakawa fan delta slope, Sagami Bay, Japan (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Poster Presentation fan delta slope, morphology, surface sediment, flood deposit View
Tabitha R R Pearman Alex Callaway, Robert Hall, Anthony Jenson, Claudio Lo Iacono, Veerle Huvenne Internal tides and canyon wall faunal assemblages (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Fauna assemblages, internal tide View
Daniel Leduc Max Gibbs1, Andrew Swales1, Andrew Kingston1, Scott Nodder1, Ashley Rowden1, Fabio De Leo2, Craig Smith3, Joshu Mountjoy1, Brittany Graham1, Arne Pallentin1 Quantifying the transfer of terrestrial organic matter into two contrasting New Zealand submarine canyon systems using bulk and compound-specific stable isotopes (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Stable isotopes, compound-specific stable isotopes, fatty acids, terrestrial organic matter, connectivity, food web View
Fábio L Matos Joan B. Company, Marina R. Cunha Potential dispersal and seascape connectedness of Lophelia pertusa in the Mediterranean Sea: the role of submarine canyons (Preview) Session 4: Submarine canyon conservation Poster Presentation Connectivity: Lophelia pertusa; Habitat availability; Biophysical modelling; Mediterranean Sea View
Andy J Wheeler A. Lim, J. Appah, K. Harrison, O.J. O'Connor, L. O'Reilly Mapping, Modelling and Monitoring Key Processes and Controls on Cold-water Coral Habitats in Submarine Canyons (MMMonKey_Pro) (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation Habitat mapping, sedimentology, seabed imaging, hydrodynamics, submarine canyon, CT scanning View
David Price A. Callaway, K. Robert, C. Lo Iacono, R. Hall, V. Huvenne Scaling canyon ecology: multi-resolution consideration of biodiversity in Explorer Canyon. (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Biodiversity Multi-scale mapping SfM View
Zhi Huang Thomas A. Schlacher, Scott Nichol, Rachel Nanson, Peter T. Harris, M Julian Caley, Alan Williams, Franziska Althaus, Rudy Kloser Geomorphic and habitat mapping of submarine canyons of the Australian continental margin (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Geomorphology, Habitat, Perth Canyon, mapping View
Charles K. Paull Peter J. Talling, Katherine L. Maier, Daniel Parsons, Jingping Xu, David W. Caress, Roberto Gwiazda, Eve Lundsten, Krystle Anderson, James Barry, M. Chaffey, T. O’Reilly, K. Rosenberger, J. Gales, Brian Kieft, Mary McGann, Steven M. Simmons, Michael McCann, Esther J. Sumner, Michael A. Clare, Mathiew J. Cartigny, & Monterey Coordinated Canyon Experiment Team Innovative monitoring reveals the anatomy of submarine canyon turbidity currents (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation Turbidity Currents, Monitoring, Seafloor mapping View
Roberto Gwiazda Charles Paull, Brian Kieft, Dave Caress, Peter Talling, Krystle Anderson, Eve Lundsten, Matthieu Cartigny Going with the flow: Tracking turbidity currents along the seafloor with man-made motion-recording boulders. (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation turbidity currents - sediment density flows- basal layer - technology- monitoring- velocity View
Erika McPhee-Shaw Eric Kunze, James Girton, Jingping Xu, Amy Waterhouse Low-mode internal tide energy loss at a canyon topographic “pinch point” leads to intense stratified mixing layers and a focused region of lateral flow between near-boundary and offshore waters (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation internal waves, boundary layer, turbulence, sediment, intermediate nepheloid layer View
Ashiru Olusola Raheemat Wu Shiguo Structural controls on Submarine channel evolution and Architecture, Offshore Western Niger Delta. (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation submarine channel, avulsion, Mud diapir, growth fault, offshore, Niger Delta. View
Pere Puig Ruth Durán, Stefano Ambroso, Núria Callau, Claudio Lo Iacono, Fabio De Leo, Albert Palanques, Sarah Paradis, Marta Arjona-Camas and ABIDES Cruise Team ROV observations in intensively trawled submarine canyons of the Catalan margin (NW Mediterranean) (Preview) Session 4: Submarine canyon conservation Oral Presentation bottom-trawling, fishing grounds, seafloor morphology, benthic habitat View
Albert Palanques Pere Puig, Marta Arjona-Camas Towards the Reduction of Trawl-Induced Sediment Resuspension and Seabed Impact through Self-Regulated Deep-Sea Fishery Management in la Fonera Canyon (NW Mediterranean) (Preview) Session 4: Submarine canyon conservation Poster Presentation submarine canyon, trawling impact, sediment resuspension, otter boards View
Marta Arjona-Camas Pere Puig, Albert Palanques, Mikhail Emelianov, Ruth Durán, Martin White Autonomous hydrographic profiling: a tool for assessing the nepheloid structure of trawled submarine canyons (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation Autonomous hydrographic profiler, submarine canyon, nepheloid structure, bottom trawling, resuspension, NW Mediterranean View
Peter T. Harris Geo-reflections on the origin and evolution of submarine canyons (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation submarine canyon, evolution, sediment load, glaciation, turbidite, mass wasting View
Matthieu Cartigny How new deep-sea observations change turbidity current models (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation turbidity currents, submarine canyon, sediment transport, seafloor monitoring View
Aaron Lim Luis Conti, John Appah, Kim Harris, Luke O’Reilly, Andy Wheeler Multiscale Mapping and Monitoring to Understand Habitat Drivers and Variability within the Porcupine Bank Canyon, NE Atlantic (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Poster Presentation Habitat mapping, sediments, cold water corals, canyons, monitoring View
Claudio Lo Iacono Pere Puig, Sarah Paradis, Antonio Pusceddu, Tommaso Russo, Pere Masqué, Pol Ramos Ibáñez, Andrea Gori, ISLAND Cruise Team Anthropogenic disturbance on the NW Sicilian Canyons (western Mediterranean): trawling-induced impact and marine litters. (Preview) Session 4: Submarine canyon conservation Poster Presentation Bottom trawling, marine litters, sedimentation rates, seafloor complexity, NW Sicily, southern Mediterranean View
Luke O'Reilly Aaron Lim, Jürgen Titschack, OJ O'Connor, Kim Harris, John Appah, Andy Wheeler Temporal variability of cold water coral habitats from the Porcupine Bank Canyon NE Atlantic, using ROV-vibrocoring, CT-scanning and PSA: preliminary results. (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Poster Presentation cold water corals, CT-scanning, habitat development, submarine canyons View
Eve Lundsten Anderson, K., Paull, C.K., Caress, D.W., Thomas, H., Gwiazda, R., Liu, C.S., Chen, T.T. Comparison between the morphology of the axial channels of Kaoping and Monterey Submarine Canyons (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Poster Presentation Kaoping Canyon, multibeam bathymetry, Monterey Canyon, submarine canyon morphology View
Chenglin Gong Yingmin Wang, Ronald J. Steel, Michele Rebesco, Ehsan Ul Haq Flow processes and sedimentation in unidirectionally migrating deep-water channels (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Oral Presentation Unidirectionally migrating deep-water channels, flow processes, Wedderburn number, Kelvin-Helmholtz (K-H) billows and bores, bottom current-controlled sedimentation View
John Appah K.M Luke O’Reilly, Kimberley Harris, Aaron Lim, Ruth Ramsay, Andy Wheeler Characterisation of Key Processes on Cold Water Coral Distribution in the Porcupine Bank Canyon, NE Atlantic (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Poster Presentation cold water coral, canyons, habitat heterogeneity, biodiversity View
Miwa Yokokawa Kazunori Fujita, Isamu Mori, (Osaka Institute of Technology), Roberto Fernandez, Matt Czapiga, John Berens, Jeffrey Kwang, Kensuke Naito, Gary Parker (Univ. of Illinois), Norihiro Izumi (Hokkaido Univ.), Hajime Naruse (Kyoto Univ.) Morphology, sedimentary structures and grain size distribution of cyclic steps formed by surge-type turbidity currents in an experimental flume (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation Turbidity currents, cyclic steps View
Sian Pledger Aaron Micallef A Morphometric Analysis and Classification of Mediterranean Submarine Canyons (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Submarine Canyon; Geomorphology; Mediterranean; Classification View
Catherine Kershaw Emma Smith, Annette Wilson, Martin White, Veerle Huvenne, Jason Kirby, Kostas Kiriakoulakis Organic matter and sediment characteristics in the Whittard Canyon, North East Atlantic: Preliminary results (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Poster Presentation Whittard canyon, sediments, organic matter, carbon, nitrogen, View
Dr Jaime Davies Rowden, A., De Leo, F., MacMillan-Lawler, M., Howell, K.L., Harris, P Submarine canyon Marine Protected Areas: how effective are they? (Preview) Session 4: Submarine canyon conservation Oral Presentation MPAs, Canyons, Conservation View
Sofia Ledin Gerard Duineveld, Marc Lavaleye, Gert-Jan Reichart, Furu Mienis The unknown role of submarine canyons – Linking habitat and faunal patterns to organic matter cycling in Whittard Canyon. (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Submarine canyons, Habitat heterogeneity, Faunal patterns, Organic Matter cycling, Whittard Canyon View
Craig M. Robertson Demopoulos AWJ, Bourque JR, Mienis F, Duineveld GCA, Lavaleye MSS, Koivisto RK, Brooke SD, Ross SW, Rhode M and Davies AJ Submarine canyons as centres of bioturbation activity and distinct ecosystem functioning (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation Macrofauna, Biological Traits, Ecosystem Function, Bioturbation, Disturbance View
Fabio Cabrera De Leo 1,2 Steve Mihály1, Michael Morley1, Jacopo Aguzzi3, Craig Smith4, Pere Puig3, Laurenz Thomsen5 1 - Ocean Networks Canada, University of Victoria, Canada 2 - Department of Biology, University of Victoria, Canada 3 - Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC), Barcelona, Spain 4 - University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, USA 5 - Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany Nearly a decade of deep-sea monitoring in Barkley Canyon, NE Pacific, using the NEPTUNE cabled observatory. (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Poster Presentation Barkley Canyon; NE Pacific; NEPTUNE cabled observatory; benthic biodiversity; ecosystem function View
Naishuang BI Jingping XU Yanyan ZHAO Xuefa SHI Mengjun LI DSV-based observation in Taiwan submarine canyon in South China Sea by Chinese submersible Jiaolong (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Oral Presentation Taiwan Submarine Canyon; DSV Jiaolong; Turbidity currents View
Biwen Wang Guangfa Zhong, Liaoliang Wang, Benduo Zhu, Yiqun Guo, Huodai Zhang Morphology and seismic-stratigraphic charateristics of the Yitong Submarine Cayons in the northern continental slope of the South China Sea (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Poster Presentation morphology, seismic stratigraphy, slope-confined, Yitong Submarine Cayons, South China Sea View
Min Luo Ronnie N. Glud, Binbin Pan, Frank Wenzhöfer, Yunping Xu, Gang Lin, Duofu Chen Benthic carbon mineralization in hadal trenches: Insights from in-situ determination of benthic oxygen consumption (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Oral Presentation Hadal trenches; organic matter degradation; sediment instability View
Yongyu Zhang Ruoyu Guo, Yu Xin, Chuanlun Zhang, Jiwei Tian Insight Into the Pico- and Nano-Phytoplankton Communities in the Deepest Biosphere, the Mariana Trench (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Poster Presentation phytoplankton, diversity, vertical distribution, hadal trench View
Qiang Li Xianzhong Mao Numerical estimate of mixing rate due to internal tides generated by submarine canyons (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation internal waves, tides, canyons View
Xinxin Li Xin Zhao, Hongyue Dang, Chuanlun Zhang Contribution of net microbial carbon fixation to organic carbon cycling in Trench environment (Preview) Special Session: Canyons and trenches in the South China Sea and West Pacific Poster Presentation Marine organic carbon cycling; Chemoautotrophic carbon fixation; Microbial respiration; Trench View
Peng HU Yue LI, Chengling Gong Interactions between turbidity current and cyclic steps: a layer-averaged fully coupled numerical case study (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation Turbidity current, cyclic step, numerical modeling, sediment transport View
Veerle A.I. Huvenne T.R.R. Pearman, D.M. Price, K. Robert Litter in Whittard Canyon, NE Atlantic (Preview) Session 4: Submarine canyon conservation Oral Presentation Litters, Whittard Canyon, CODEMAP2015 View
Furu Mienis Sofia Ledin, Sabine Haalboom, Marc Lavaleye, Henko de Stigter, Hans van Haren, Gerard Duineveld The unknown role of Whittard Canyon: Pathway or sink for organic carbon? (Preview) Session 3: Patterns and heterogeneity in submarine canyons Oral Presentation organic matter, internal waves, particle transport, remineralisation View
Yanwei Zhang Zhifei Liu, Yulong Zhao, Xiaodong Zhang Different Features of Prolonged Deep-sea Turbidity Currents Triggered by Individual Typhoon and Earthquake in the Gaoping Submarine Canyon (Preview) Session 1: Canyon processes in space and time (formation, evolution, circulation) Oral Presentation Pronlonged deep-sea turbidity; Typhoon; Earthquake; Gaoping Submarine Canyon; Mooring observation View
Yulong ZHAO Zhifei LIU, Yanwei ZHANG, Pengfei MA In-situ observation of the subaqueous sand dunes at the upper slope of the northeast South China Sea (Preview) Session 2: New ways to study submarine canyons: integrated programmes, new technologies and coordinated monitoring efforts Oral Presentation subaqueous sand dunes, remoted operated vehicle (ROV), internal solitary waves, in-situ observation View