1999 Annual Intern Symposium

Thursday, August 26, 1999
Pacific Forum
 

0850-0900

George I. Matsumoto

Welcome and opening remarks

0900-0930

Meagan Eagle

Mud in the Bay: Nearshore sedimentation in Monterey Canyon

0930-1000

Mary Kitazono

Explorations into the catastrophic mortality of a Laqueus californianus population in the Monterey Bay, California: With notes on in-vitro spawning induction

1000-1030

Stella Maceri

Comparison of hyaloclastites from offshore California and Hawai'i

1030-1045

BREAK

 

1045-1115

Amy MacFadyen

Modeling primary productivity from satellite- derived chlorophyll in the Monterey Bay region

1115-1145

Trevor Rivers

Coelenterazine—a misnomer? Dietary requirements for bioluminescence in the hydromedusa Aequorea victoria

1145-1300

LUNCH

 

1300-1330

Chad Bulich

Camera calibration platform

1330-1400

Alex Derbes

High resolution terrain visualization in VRML

1430-1445

BREAK

 

1445-1515

Eric Hulin

The mechanical design and analysis for Tiburon's umbilical cable rotation sensor

1515-1545

Susie Escorcia

Fine-scale sulfide measurements using amperometric electrodes

1545-1615

J.R. Sosky

The process of designing the web site:
The MBARI Deep Sea Guide

1615-1630

George I. Matsumoto

Closing remarks

Next: The modernization of the Moss Landing Power Plant

 Last updated: December 19, 2000