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
Fall 2014 Seminar Series


Fall 2014 Seminar Series (PDF)



  • Friday, August 29th
    Dr. Mustafa Kemal Cambazoglu- Dept. of Marine Science, Univ. of Southern Mississippi
    Impact of Model Resolution on Wind Predictions and Atmospheric Forcing for Ocean Models in Coastal Regions 


  • Friday, September 12th
    Dr. Torbjörn Törnqvist- Dept. of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Tulane University
    Tipping Points of Mississippi Delta Marshes Due to Accelerated Sea-level Rise
  • Friday, September 19th
    Dr. Huiming Bao- Dept. of Geology & Geophysics, Louisiana State University
    Sulfate: A time capsule for Earth's O2, O3, and H2


  • Friday, October 10th
    Dr. Derek Burrage- Naval Research Laboratory, Oceanography Division, Stennis Space Center

    Airborne and Satellite Observation of Ocean Surface Salinity and Roughness: Combining Microwave Radiometry and Reflectometry
  • Friday, October 24th
    Dr. Josie Fabre- Naval Research Laboratory, Acoustics Division, Stennis Space Center
    Overview of Acoustic Research at the Naval Research Laboratory, Stennis Space Center

  • Friday, October 31st
    Dr. Dubravko Justic- Dept. of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences, Louisiana State University
    From Box Models to 3-D Hypoxia Models: Can the Biology and Data Keep up with Computers? 


  • Friday, Novemeber 7th*
    Dr. Arne-R. Diercks- Dept. of Marine Science, University of Southern Mississippi
    A Dive into the Deep Sea with NIUST's AUVs
  • Friday, November 14th
    Dr. John Anderson- Dept. of Earth Science, Rice University
    Variable Response of Texas Coast to Sea Level Rise 
  • Friday, November 21st
    Dr. Richard Fulford– Gulf Ecology Division, Environmental Protection Agency 
    Mechanistic Models as a Transferable Framework for Projecting Effects of Habitat Change on Production and Delivery of Ecosystem Services
*Denotes a seminar that will begin at 11:30 a.m.