Seminar Series – Fall 2017

Date Name Institution Title
September 15 Molly Jacobs Project Oceanology The role of behavior in metamorphosis: lessons from lobsters and crabs
September 22 Noah Reid UConn Department of Molecular and Cell Biology The genomics of adaptation in killifishes (Fundulus)
September 29 Colleen Mouw University of Rhode Island Phytoplankton Community Size Structure – Environmental Controls and Export
October 6 Nick Fisher Stony Brook University Fukushima radioactivity in the Pacific–facts and public anxiety
October 13 William Fitzgerald Symposium
October 20 Cristina Schultz Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Modeling the impacts of climate variability in the ecosystem, ocean chemistry and sea ice of the West Antarctic Peninsula
October 27 Janet Nye Stony Brook University How seasonal dynamics control species’ responses to climate change
November 3
November 10 Annette Frese Govindarajan Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and genetic analyses to characterize planktonic larval distributions
November 17 Yvette Eley UConn Center for Integrative Geosciences Seeing the forest in spite of the trees: making meaning of biomarker-based paleoclimate proxies
November 24 Thanksgiving Break
December 1 Zofia Baumann UConn Marine Sciences Radioisotopes Applications
December 8 James Lindholm California State University Ecological Effects of Trawling

 

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 marinesciencesseminars@uconn.edu if you have any questions.