DateSpeakerSeminar TitleAffiliationFormat
9/19/22Easton WhiteEcology, conservation, and sustainability in a variable worldUniversity of New HampshireVirtual
9/21/22Thomas Connolly (SPECIAL SEMINAR)Coastal and estuarine circulation along the central California coast and impacts on biogeochemistrySan Jose State UniversityHybrid
9/26/22Lauren KippTracing shelf-derived elements in the Arctic Ocean with radium-228Rowan UniversityHybrid
10/3/22Jessica LuoModeling the role of gelatinous zooplankton in global biogeochemical cyclesNOAA GFDLHybrid
10/10/22Ali Della PennaTBAUniversity of AuklandVirtual
10/13/22 (2:00-3:00PM)Marcello Dottori (SPECIAL SEMINAR)Hydrographic structure of the Santos Basin Continental Shelf, BrazilInstituto Oceanográfico da USPHybrid
10/17/22Mary WhelanThe past and future of the carbon and sulfur cyclesRutgers ENRHybrid
10/19/22Sergio VallinaModeling the ecology and evolution of marine plankton at the global ocean using continuous-trait functionsMIT/IEO/CSICHybrid
10/24/22Jennifer WalkerCommon-era sea levelDMCSHybrid
10/31/22Hilde OliverWhat causes enhanced chlorophyll at the New England shelfbreak front?WHOIHybrid
11/7/22Jack McSweeneyChasing Internal Waves: from CA to the NY BightStony Brook UniversityHybrid
11/14/22Mohammed HashimTBAWHOIHybrid
11/21/22Jackie VeatchUsing Lagrangian Coherent Structures to Quantify Prey Concentrating Features in Coastal Biological HotspotDMCSHybrid
11/28/22No Seminar – Thanksgiving Break
12/5/22Jamie Pietruska“Weather is the Nation’s Business”: Public Good, Private Enterprise, and Epistemic Authority in U.S. Weather and Hurricane ForecastingRutgers Dept of HistoryHybrid
12/12/22Rob SherrellTBADMCSHybrid
12/19/22 Hannah Joy-WarrenTBAUWVritual