Due to COVID all seminars will be hybrid or virtual. Please see information below on how to attend the Zoom.
Participants can join at 3:30pm, meeting is scheduled to start at 3:40pm to allow for 5min for speaker prep/chatting.
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Spring 2023 Seminars
All seminars start at 3:45pm. Hybrid seminars are held in the Philip Alampi Room of the Marine Science Building. In-person attendance requires sign up via a link in department email. No sign up is required to attend virtually.
|1/23/2023||Nicole Fahrenfeld||Microplastics in Our Waters: Sources, Fate, and Biofilms||Rutgers Civil and Environmental Engineering||Hybrid|
|1/30/2023||Adrian Garcia||Topographically-induced dispersion in a tidal estuary||Exponent Engineering Scientific Consulting||Virtual|
|2/6/2023||Dan Amrhein||Diagnosing dominant drivers of variability in Atlantic ocean circulation using models and data||National Center for Atmospheric Research||Hybrid|
|2/20/2023||Greg Gerbi (SPECIAL SEMINAR)||University of Maine||Hybrid|
|2/27/2023||Rob Sherrell||How glacial melting may control Fe fertilization in the Amundsen Sea, West Antarctica||DMCS||Hybrid|
|3/20/2023||Heidi Sosik (Distinguished Speaker)||WHOI||Hybrid|
|4/3/2023||Katherine Allen||University of Maine||Virtual|
|4/10/2023||Seth Bushinsky||University of Hawaii||Virtual|
|4/17/2023||Wu-Jung Lee||University of Washington||Virtual|
|4/24/2023||Jyotirmoy Mondal/Ryan Glaubke||Detecting microbial life and linking biological respiration with single cell genomes in low-biomass environments||DMCS||Hybrid|
|5/1/2023||Carlos Moffat||Long-term change in the upper ocean of the West Antarctic Peninsula||University of Delaware||Hybrid|