Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Seminars
2003 Seminars
 
Jan 8
Gregory T.A. Kovacs, M.D., Ph.D., Stanford University
Cell-based biosensor systems for toxin detection and drug discovery
Jan 29
Christy Herren, Ph.D., MBARI
Bioluminescent plankton: Association with thin layers snd marine snow in coastal oceans
Feb 5
John Carlos Garza, Ph. D., Southwest Fisheries Science Center
Population structure and history of steelhead trout in California
Mar 5
Yong-Jin Won, MBARI
Dispersal and symbiosis of deep-sea hydrothermal vent mussels
Mar 19
Juergen Mienert, Ph.D., Scripps Institute of Oceanography
Ocean warming and its consequences for gas hydrate and continental margin slope stability - The Norwegian Margin
Apr 2
Manvendra Dubey, Ph.D., Los Alamos National Laboratory
Science for sustainability: From capturing carbon dioxide from air to environmental impact of a hydrogen economy
Apr 30
Clare E. Reimers, Ph.D., Oregon State University
Microbial power at the seafloor
May 14
Adina Paytan, Ph.D., Stanford University
New approaches for investigating nutrient dynamics in coastal systems: Preliminary results from Elkhorn Slough and Monterey Bay
May 28
Thomas A. Furness, Ph.D., University of Washington
Journeys in virtual space
Jun 4
Jonathan Walkenstein, University of Miami
Color night vision specific performance characterization
Jun 5
E.Dendy Sloan and Keith Hester, Colorado School of Mines, Center for Hydrate Research
Raman spectroscopy of ocean and laboratory hydrates
Jun 11
Brad Seibel, Ph.D., Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Physiology of deep-sea animals: Implications for CO2 sequestration
Jun 25
Cara Wilson, Ph.D., NOAA/NMFS Pacific Fisheries Environmental Laboratory
Late summer chlorophyll blooms in the oligotrophic North Pacific subtropic gyre
July 2
David Deamer, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz
Nanopore analysis of macromolecules
July 9
Randy Olson, Ph.D., University of Southern California
A Hollywood ending for the oceans?
July 16
Marie de Angelis, Ph.D., Humboldt State University
Going with the flow: Methane oxidation and fluid flow
July 22
Fred Spiess, Ph.D., Scripps Institute of Oceanography
David Packard Distinguished Lecturer
Geodesy in the service of marine geophysics
Aug 4
Greg Rouse, Ph.D., South Australian Museum & School of Environment & Earth Sciences, University of Adelaide
Trochophres: New ideas on the evolution and reproduction of larval forms & Understanding and using the new PhyloCode
Aug 6
Captain Barbara Scholley, Naval Weapons Station Earle, New Jersey
USS Monitor Expedition 2002 - Raising the turret
Aug 21
Intern Symposium
All Day Event
Sep 3
Monty Priede, Ph.D., Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen, Scotland
Tracking the fish in the abyss: Ingestible transponders and autonomous lander vehicles
Sep 12
Jim Barry and Dale Graves, ROVUC-MBARI
ROV Tiburon Upgrade Discussion
Sep 17
Peter Franks, Ph.D., Scripps Institute of Oceanography
Microscale distribution of phytoplankton: Peeping into the planktons bedroom
Oct 1
Amy Little, U.S. Geological Survey
Seasonal dynamics of phytoplankton and zooplankton biomass off Monterey Bay, California
Oct 15
Matthew J. James, Ph.D., Sonoma State University
Collecting Evolution: the 1905-1906 Galapagos Expedition of the California Academy of Sciences
Oct 29
Charlie Paull, Ph.D., MBARI
At the edge of the Arctic ice in pursuit of pingos and pockmarks
Nov 5
Steve Palumbi, Ph.D., Hopkins Marine Station
Genetics as a window to the past: How many whales before whaling?
Nov 12
Todd Lowe, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz<
Decoding extremophile archaea with DNA microarrays
Nov 19
Hanumant Singh, Ph.D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Optical imaging with the SeaBED AUV and other underwater vehicles
Dec 3
Charles Messing, Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University
Ancient gardens of the deep: Crinoids in science and history