Seminar Series

The Division 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.  If you need to request a visitor pass please fill out the SSC Visitor Request Form

GCRL Seminar Information

GCRL Seminars will be available per IVN in building 1022, room 112. For a complete listing and times click here. 

The Division of Marine Science
Spring 2017 Seminar Series

Spring 2017 Seminar Series (PDF)



Friday, January 27
Rebecca Minzoni: Department of Geological Sciences | University of Alabama
Oceanographic Influences on Past and Present Ice Shelf Stability in Antarctica 


Friday, February 03
Carl Szczechowski: Oceanography Department | Naval Oceanographic Office
A (Personal) History of Physical Oceanography at NAVOCEANO since the 1980's

Friday, February 24
Bandana Kar: Department of Geography & Geology | University of Southern Mississippi
Crowdsourcing to Citizen Science - Assessing Big Data Relevance for Situation Awareness


Friday, March 03
David Sandwell: Institute of Geophysics & Planetary Physics | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Predicting Bathymetry from Satellite Altimetry: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Friday, March 10
Paul Whitmore: Alaska Tsunami Warning Center | NOAA - National Weather Service
Tsunamis and NOAA's Tsunami Warning System

Friday, March 24
Natasha Dimova: Department of Geological Sciences | University of Alabama
The Importance of Groundwater Delivered N-fluxes to Mobile Bay, Alabama

Friday, March 31
Arnaldo Valle-Levinson: Civil and Coastal Engineering Department | University of Florida 
Sea-level Rise Hot Spots Along the U.S. Atlantic Coast


Friday, April 7
Adam Greer: Division of Marine Science | The University of Southern Mississippi
A Matter of Scale: What can Fine-scale Measurements Reveal about Plankton Communities and Biophysical Mechanisms of Ecosystem Productivity?

Friday, April 28
Alan Weidemann: Ocean Sciences Branch | Naval Research Laboratory-Stennis
LIDAR: The Ignored Ocean Sampling Technique 


Friday, May 05
Leila Hamdan: Division of Coastal Sciences | University of Southern Mississippi
Microbial Stowaways: The Influence of Shipwrecks on Microbiome Dispersal and Natural Selection in the Deep-Sea