Seminar Series – Spring 2017

Date Name Institution Title
January 27 Gwenn M. M. Hennon LDEO – Columbia University Uncovering the mechanisms of phytoplankton response to rising CO2
February 3 James O’Donnell UConn Marine Sciences The Implication of Sea Level Rise on the Escalation of Coastal Flood Risk in Connecticut
February 17 Magdalena D. Anguelova U.S. Navy Research Laboratory Sea spray production from remote sensing observations
February 24 Chris Bowler Institut de Biologie de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure (IBENS) Genomics-Enabled Exploration of the Secrets of Marine Diatoms
March 3 Pieter Visscher UConn Marine Sciences “Benthic Ecology” across scales: From nanometers to decameters, from days to eons
March 31 Yvette Richardson Pennsylvania State University Our Current Understanding of Tornadoes and Their Environments
April 14 Adrian Jordaan UMass Amherst River herring population dynamics: from one black box to the other
April 21 Melanie Fewings UConn Marine Sciences Contrasting wind-driven ocean circulation along western and eastern North America: inner continental shelves vs. upwelling systems
April 28 Charles Yarish UConn Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Cultivation of Economically & Ecologically Important Marine Algae in Northeast America for Ecosystem Services, Food, Feeds, Fertilizers and Biofuels

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.