- January 14 –Kevin
Brown, Ph.D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Transient fluid flow in convergent margin and hydrate settings: Two phase flow and silent slip events
- January 21 –Jennifer
Purcell, Ph.D., Shannon Point Marine Center, Western
Do changing ocean conditions portend larger jellyfish populations?
- February 4 –Anya
Salih, Ph.D., University of Sydney
Coral fluorescent colors and biological function
- February 25–Gregor Cailliet, Ph.D., Moss
Landing Marine Laboratories
Growth, longevity, and demography of deep-water and other long-lived fishes
- March 3–Thomas Goreau, Ph.D., Global Coral Reef Alliance
Electrolysis for restoration of coral reef and fisheries, shore protection, and materials production
- March 17–H. Edward Clifton, Ph.D., USGS Emeritus
The Carmelo Formation at Point Lobos: Reconstructing physical and biological processes in an ancient submarine canyon
- March 24–DISTINGUISHED LECTURER
Arthur B. Baggeroer, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sonars, acoustics and oceanography or oceanography, acoustics and sonar?
- April 2 (12:00- Noon)–Larry Matthies, Ph.D., Jet
Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Terrain perception for autonomous navigation of UGVs and UAVs
* All seminars are at 3:00 p.m. in the
unless noted otherwise.
The seminar schedule is subject to change.
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