- July 9 (Friday,10:00
a.m.)–Beth Okamura, Ph.D., University
Going against the flow: The importance of studying obscure organisms
- July 14–Diana Steller, Ph.D., Moss
Landing Marine Laboratories
Rhodolith research in the Gulf of California: Disturbance and recovery of reefs that rock and roll
- July 28–Sophika Kostyniuk, Coastal
Alliance for Aquaculture Reform
Farmed and dangerous: The controversy over salmon farming
- August 4–Andrew J. Pershing, Ph.D., Cornell University
Zooplankton informatics: Using operational oceanography to save the whales
- August 18–W. H. Berger, Ph.D., California Space Institute, University
of California, San Diego
Cycles in climate records
- August 26 (Thursday, 8:25
a.m.– 4:00 p.m.)–2004
* All seminars are at 3:00 p.m. in the
unless noted otherwise.
The seminar schedule is subject to change.
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