Seminar Series – Fall 2016

Date Name Institution Title
September 16 Fernanda Henderikx Freitas UC Santa Barbara Space-Time variability of bio-optical properties in the Southern California Bight
September 23 Spencer Nyholm UConn Molecular and Cell Biology The Hawaiian bobtail squid as a model for studying beneficial host-microbe interactions
September 30 Timothy Herbert Brown University Miocene Global Cooling Processes
October 7 Inke Forbrich Marine Biological Laboratory Carbon cycling in a New England salt marsh
October 14 James Ammerman Long Island Sound Study Global Coastal Eutrophication: From the Lorax (?) to Long Island Sound
October 21 Julie Granger UConn Marine Sciences Isotopic overprinting of nitrification on denitrification as a unifying feature of environmental nitrogen cycling
October 28 Carlos Moffat University of Delaware The Ocean and Glacier Retreat in Patagonia
November 4 Maureen Driscoll, Laura Thompson, Ebru Unal, and Paul Anderson Mystic Aquarium Mystic Aquarium – Research Overview
November 11 Nina Overgaard Therkildsen Cornell University Next generation genomics for fisheries management and marine conservation
November 18 Jamie Pringle University of New Hampshire How is basin scale circulation connected to the mean flows on the Mid-Atlantic Bight and other western boundary shelves
November 25 no seminar
December 2 Jennifer Mattei Sacred Heart University Build a wall; the wrong solution to a number of problems including the survival of horseshoe crabs in our urban estuaries
December 9 Martin Polz Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ecology and Evolution of Bacterial Populations in the Ocean


Seminars are held on Friday mornings at 11:00 am in
Room 103 of the Marine Sciences Building at the Avery Point Campus, Groton, CT.

Please email if you have any questions.