Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Seminars
1998 Seminars
 
Jan 7
John Craven, Common Heritage Corporation, Hawaii
The blue-green revolution- It's here
Jan14
Marcelino Suzuki, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
The effect of protistan bacterivory
Jan 15
Jules Jaffe, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Mapping small-scale plankton structure
Jan 16
Gene Feldman, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
Ocean color from space
Jan 21
Dick Zimmer-Faust, University of California, Los Angeles
Chemical communication & forces structuring marine communities
Jan 23
Khosrow Lashkari, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
From zooplankton to the great whales
Jan 28
William Hamner, University California, Los Angeles
Phalaropes at Sea
Jan 30
Wm. Paul Rogers, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Distributed-object computing across a World Wide Web
Feb 4
Jeffrey Paduan, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey
Mapping surface currents and waves with HF Radar
Feb 18
Peter Brewer, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
The fate of chemical weapons in seawater
Feb 20
Mary Silver, University of California, Santa Cruz
Tales of fish, and other adventures, in Zanzibar, East Africa
Feb 25
Andrew Trites, Marine Mammal Research Unit, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
The decline and fall of seals and sea lions in Alaska
Mar 4
Mitchell Sogin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Molecular evolution of single-cell eukaryotes
Mar 10
Richard Barber, Duke University
Redfield's Rule and millennial-scale climate change
Mar 11
Jennifer Saltzman, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
Zooplankton living in low-oxygen water
Mar 18
Paul Cornelius, The Natural History Museum, London, England
Jellyfish of the world- One man’s struggle
Mar 20
Michael Begnaud, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
3-D view of a ridge-transform intersection along the East Pacific Rise
Mar 25
Paul Blankinship, Chapel Hill, NC
Connectorless, inductive-power, data-transfer system
Apr 1
Lynn Rothschild, NASA/Ames Research Center
Algae through time and space
Apr 3
Peter Strutton, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Biological-physical coupling in the equatorial Pacific during El Nino
Apr 8
Don Walsh, International Maritime, Inc.
Exploring the deep ocean
Apr 15
Laurence Madin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Why are there salps?
Apr 22
Greg Smestad, Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells, Pacific Grove, CA
Photoluminescence and fluorescence
Apr 23
David Coleman, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Searching science literature using BIOSIS
Apr 29
Kaitilin Gaffney
Managing fisheries via ITQs
May 13
Cecily Wolfe, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Seismic structure of the Iceland mantle plume
May 15
Brian Sherrod, University of Washington/USGS
Shoreline deformation from holocene earthquakes
May 20
Randall Davis, Texas A&M University
Marine animals & deep-sea video & data recording
May 21
Brian Griffiths, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Division of Marine Research Hobart, Australia
What limits primary production in the Australian sector of the Southern Ocean?
May 22
Jess Adkins, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Columbia University
Deep-sea corals- A new ocean archive
May 27
Martyn Unsworth, University of Washington
Electromagnetic remote sensing of the Earth's plate boundaries
May 28
Tori Hoehler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Where has all the methane gone?
Jun 3
Sandra Werner, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
The physical oceanography of Georges Bank
Jun 5
Adina Paytan, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Marine barite- A recorder of oceanic chemistry and productivity
Jun 12
Gwyn Griffiths, Southampton Oceanography Centre, U.K.
Autosub-1- An autonomous underwater vehicle for ocean science
Jun 17
Jon Havenhand, Flinders University, Australia
Fertilization success in free-spawning marine invertebrates
Jun 18
Emile Okal, Northwestern University
Recent results in T-wave seismology
Jun 26
James Murray, University of Washington
Calibrate drifting sediment traps
Jun 29
Charlie Paull, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Measuring the interstitial methane and gas hydrate pool
Jul 1
Peter Brewer, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Experiments on the ocean sequestration of fossil fuel CO2
Jul 15
Ulf Bamstedt, University of Bergen, Norway
Norwegian fjords as production sites for Periphylla periphylla
Jul 17
Roman Marin III, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Using DNA probes to track harmful algal blooms
Jul 22
H. Gary Greene, Moss Landing Marine Labs
Moving rocks and clogged plumbing- Fluids, sediment transport and tectonics of the Monterey Bay Region
Jul 24
David Coleman, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Library
The MBARI Library presents- The complete guide to journal literature
Jul 29
Keir Becker, University of Miami-RSMAS
CORK Borehole Observatories record driving forces for off-axis hydrothermal circulation in young oceanic crust
Jul 31
Tanya Hill, Marine Mammal Center
An introduction to the Marine Mammal Center
Aug 5
Florence Thomas, Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Effects of morphology and water velocity on nutrient transport
Aug 12
Jim Bellingham, MIT Sea Grant
Observing the ocean with mobile instruments
Aug 12
Julia Parrish, University of Washington
Top down versus bottom up- What affects common murres the most?
Aug 14
Judith Connor, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
A closer look at U.S. marine science and policy programs
Aug 17
Kathleen Crane, Hunter College, New York
Thermal rejuvenation along the Barents Sea Margin
Aug 19
Richard Young, University of Hawaii
The evolution and biology of pelagic octopods
Aug 21
MBARI Interns, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Annual MBARI Summer Intern Symposium
Aug 26
Nancy Peters, Southampton College
Hydrogen bonding in molecules with more than one proton acceptor site
Aug 28
Gindi French, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
JPL’s initial experiments to explore interior of volcanic vents
Aug 31
Karen Von Damm, University of New Hampshire
Evolution of the hydrothermal system at 9-10°N, East Pacific Rise
Sep 2
Will Berelson, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Biogeochemical cycling on the seafloor of two California margins
Sep 9
Gregor Rehder, GEOMAR-Forschungsinstitut
Transient tracer-like distribution of CH4 in the North Atlantic
Sep 16
Ken Smith, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
A 7-year time-series study of a benthic boundary layer community
Sep 18
Thomas Naehr, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Carbonate precipitation as the result of fluid venting in the Cenozoic Eel River Basin
Sep 21
Karen Wishner, University of Rhode Island
Edges and interfaces in the deep sea- "Hot spots" for zooplankton
Sep 23
Andrew DeVogelaere, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
The Monterey Bay Sanctuary Research Program- Science for resource management
Sep 24
Kenneth S. Johnson, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Iron and nitrate in a coastal upwelling ecosystem
Sep 25
Wm. Paul Rogers, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Software Nirvana
Sep 28
Clare Reimers, Rutgers University
ROV investigations of organic matter mineralization in continental shelf benthic habitats
Sep 30
Geoff Wheat, University of Alaska
Fluid circulation through the oceanic crust- The solution to geochemical mass balances?
Oct 14
George Mackie, University of Victoria
Coordinated behavior in pelagic animal colonies- Siphonophores, salps, and Pyrosoma
Oct 16
Doug Bartlett, Scripps Instiution of Oceanography
Genetics of pressure-sensing and adaptation in a deep-sea bacterium
Oct 21
Debbie Steinberg, Bermuda Biological Station for Research, Inc.
Zooplankton vertical migration and the active transport of carbon and nitrogen in the Sargasso Sea
Oct 23
Emory Kristof, National Geographic Magazine
Baiting deep-sea animals to submersibles, ROVs, and autonomous camera packages
Oct 26
Craig Young, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution
Does benthic-pelagic coupling control male-female couplings on the deep-sea bed?
Oct 28
John Baross, University of Washington
The deep-sea biosphere- Constraints and implications
Oct 30
Don Brutzman and Jeffrey Paduan, Naval Postgraduate School
Determining science requirements for a regional seawater research and teaching laboratory at Del Monte Beach
Nov 4
Alastair Simpson, University of Sydney
The evolutionary importance and affinities of 'amitochondriate' protists
>Nov 6
Mark Chaffey, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Onward and downward with ROV's—Victor reaches 6,000 meters
Nov 11
Keith Kvenvolden, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA
Coastal and marine organic geochemistry—perspicacity and pertinacity in research
Nov 16
Robert Vrijenhoek, Rutgers University
Evolutionary relationships of deep-sea hydrothermal vent and cold-water seep organisms
Nov 18
Michael B. Matthews, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
The estimation of undersampled signals in aliased noise- Implications for a sampling strategy
Nov 24
Rob McEwen, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
An overview of the MSTI Spacecraft Program and the attitude-control system
Dec 2
George Matsumoto, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Sustainable Seas Expeditions
Dec 4
Caren Braby, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories thesis defense
Olfactory organs of mesopelagic cephalopods- Form & function
Dec 11
Laura S. Magde, University of Oregon
Seismic structure and the crustal magma plumbing system, MAR, 35°N