Spring Seminars 2005*
- April 6–Tom Ramotowski, Ph.D.,
NAVSEA Warfare Center Newport
Cathodic delamination of marine hardware: Causes and mitigation strategies
- April 15 (Friday, 11:00 a.m.)–Stephen Giovannoni, Ph.D., Oregon State University
Pelagibacter ubique: A perfect engineering solution?
- April 20–G. Thomas Chandler, Ph.D., University of South Carolina
Marine meiobenthos as indicators of environmental change: Pollution to paleoclimatology
- May 4–Jeremy Collie, Ph.D., University
of Rhode Island
Regime shifts: Can theory illuminate the mechanisms?
- June 1–Frances B. Michaelis, Ph.D., NOAA-Pacific Fisheries Environmental Laboratory
United Nations Atlas of the Oceans: Tsunamis, ecosystems, and Tinglits
- June 10 (Friday, Noon)–G. Richard
Harbison, Ph.D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Going to extremes: Diving for gelatinous zooplankton in polar seas
- June 15–Andrew DeVogelaere, Ph.D., Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary
SIMoN: Integrating and applying regional monitoring information
- June 29–Mike Sutton, Monterey
Center for the Future of the Oceans
* All seminars are at 3:00 p.m. in the Pacific Forum;
unless noted otherwise.
The seminar schedule is subject to change.
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