- September 8–Jonathan P. Zehr, Ph.D.,
of California, Santa Cruz
Nitrogen cycling in the ocean: Perspectives from genomes, remote instrumentation and satellites
- September 20 (Monday,
2:00 p.m.)–Fredrik Pleijel, Ph.D., Muséum National
Polychaetes, species concepts, and least inclusive taxonomic units (LITUs)
- September 29–Jingping Xu, Ph.D., U.S.
In situ measurements of turbidity currents in Monterey submarine canyon
- October 20–Ray Troll, SOHO
COHO Contemporary Art & Craft Gallery
Fish worship and the art of Ray Troll
- October 27–Matz Berggren,
Ph.D., Kristineberg Marine Research Station
Morphological diversity among crustaceans with examples of extreme habitat adaptations
- November 3–John O'Sullivan, Monterey Bay Aquarium
The White Shark Project at the Monterey Bay Aquarium: The first three years
- November 10–John H. Paul, Ph.D., University of South Florida
Sequences and sensors in the seas
- November 17–Erika McPhee-Shaw, Ph.D., Moss
Landing Marine Laboratories
Cross-shelf transport processes: Observations from the Southern California Bight
* All seminars are at 3:00 p.m. in the
unless noted otherwise.
The seminar schedule is subject to change.
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