Spring 2017 MLML Seminar Series Schedule

Videos of past MLML Seminars


2017 Spring Seminar Series

Seminars start at 4pm!

Facility is handicap accessible!


January 26 - KENNETH COALE - MLML

Seeing through the fog: The cycling of mercury from sea to land.

Hosted by the Chemical Oceanography Lab.


February 2 - PAUL LEARY - HOPKINS MARINE STATION

Observations, causes and potential consequences of small-scale temperature and oxygen variability in a kelp forest system.

Hosted by the Phycology Lab.


February 9 - ALISON STIMPERT - MLML

Combining acoustics and technology to advance conservation of marine mammals in California.

Hosted by the Vertebrate Ecology Lab.


February 16 - AMY WAGNER - SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY

Corals as a proxy for ocean and climate variability.

Hosted by the Geological Oceanography Lab.


February 23 - DIANA LASCALA-GRUENEWALD - HOPKINS MARINE STATION

The roles of competition, movement strategy and plasticity in the foraging behavior of an intertidal limpet.

Hosted by the Benthic Ecology Lab.


March 2 - JOHN CARLOS GARZA - NOAA SOUTHWEST FISHERIES SCIENCE CENTER

Genetic analysis reveals the basis of life history variation in marine fishes.

Hosted by the Ichthyology Lab.


March 9 - QING WANG - NAVAL POST GRADUATE SCHOOL

Air-Sea Interaction in the Eyes of Boundary Layer Meteorologists.

Hosted by the Physical Oceanography Lab.


March 16 - SALVADOR JORGENSEN - MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM

Tracking white sharks to an ocean desert.

Hosted by the PSRC and Fisheries Conservation Biology Labs.


March 23 - HOLLY BOWERS - MLML

Molecular approaches and mobile sampling platforms unravel diversity of Pseudo-nitzschia in Monterey Bay.

Hosted by the Invertebrate Zoology and Environmental Technology Labs.


April 6 - JUDITH CONNOR - MBARI

Developing diversity in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Hosted by the Biological Oceanography Lab and the MLML Library.


April 13 - KERRY NICKOLS - CSUMB

Seeing the ocean and the forest: understanding the drivers of biogeochemical variability in kelp forests.

Hosted by the Phycology Lab.


April 20 - JERRY KOOYMAN - SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY

From Bourdon tubes and kitchen timers to microprocessors, accelerometers, videocams, and endless other widgets.

Hosted by the Vertebrate Ecology Lab.


April 27 - TIM DAVIDSON - SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY

Bioerosion in a changing world or Contol of a native and introduced foundation species by marine and terrestrial enemies.

Hosted by the Ichthyology Lab.


May 4 - JENNY GILES - HOPKINS MARINE STATION

Shark fin forensics and research diagnostics.

Hosted by the PSRC and Fisheries Conservation Biology Labs.


May 11 - SARA ELSHAFIE - UC BERKELEY

Story art for science communication: lessons from Pixar.

Hosted by the Invertebrate Zoology Lab.


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