Seminar Series

 

Division of Marine Science Seminar Series

 Seminar Series (PDF) 

Seminar Schedule:

  • When:  Fridays at 11am
  • Where: SSC Room 101, George Knauer (Bldg 1022)

January

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

February

  • 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

March

  • 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

April

  • 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 

May

  • 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