Seminar Series

The Department of Marine Science Seminar Series is held on Fridays at 11am in Room 101 of the George Knauer Building (Bldg 1022) at Stennis Space Center, unless otherwise noted. Please contact Liz Hamm at 228-688-3177 or for directions or if you need to request a visitor’s badge.


The Department of Marine Science
Spring 2014 Seminar Series

Seminar Spring 2014 (PDF)



  • Friday, January 17th
    Dr. James V. Cizdziel, University of Mississippi
    Distribution and Cycling of Mercury Species in the Mid-South USA
  • Friday, January 24th
    Dr. Redwood (Woody) Nero, NOAA/NMFS
    Bloat and Float: Drift Modeling of Moribund Sea Turtles in Mississippi Sound
  • Friday, January 31st
    Dr. Dennis McGillicuddy, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
    Modeling Blooms of Alexandrium fundyense in the Gulf of Maine: From Climatology to Forecasting


  • Friday, February 14th
    Dr. David M. Borrok, University of Louisiana – Lafayette
    Fractionation of Zn Isotopes in Biologic and Anthropogenic Systems
  • Friday, February 21st
    Dr.Gregg Jacobs, Naval Research Laboratory
    Predicting Ocean Dynamical Effects on Material Deformation Evolution: Compacted Filaments



  • Friday, March 21st
    Dr. Joan Bernhard, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
    Were foraminifera the beginning of the end for stromatolites?
  • Friday, March 28th
    Dr. Jeff Book, Naval Research Laboratory
    The Agulhas at the Crossroads, from Climate to Microscale


  • Friday, April 11th
    Dr. Paul Mickle, USM - Gulf Coast Research Laborabory
    What do we really know about Gulf Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi)?
  • Friday, April 25th
    Dr. Kyle Straub- Tulane University
    Process Controls on Stratigraphic Completeness and Basin Filling Sedimentation Patterns Along Passive Margins