Spring 2015 Seminars

Caleb King

Mon, Apr 20
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Research Seminar

Kelsey Jesser
Making sense of scents: the role of fish olfaction in coastal marine ecosystems

Mon, Apr 13
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Interdisciplinary Seminar

Dr. Martin Benavides, Williamsburg Charter High School, NYC
Global Genetic Stock Structure of the Copper (Carcharhinus brachyurus) and Dusky Sharks (Carcharhinus obscurus): Interspecific Comparisons and Implications for Management

Wed, Apr 8
Jill Arriola
The Arctic to the Gulf of Mexico Shortcut: A Glimpse into the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway

Mon, Apr 6
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Interdisciplinary Seminar

Barbara Zemskova

Mon, Mar 30
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Research Seminar

Kathleen Onorevole
Recovery of denitrification in restored oyster reefs and salt marshes

Thu, Mar 26
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Research Seminar

Molly Bost
Estuarine Sediment Accretion in Coastal North Carolina

Wed, Mar 25
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Research Seminar

Dr. Robert F. Chen, University of Massachusetts-Boston
Environmental Sensing Networks for Illuminating Coastal Carbon Dynamics

Wed, Mar 18
Dr. Laura Moore, UNC Geology
Ecomorphodynamic Feedbacks and Couplings between Landscape Subsystems influence Barrier Island Response to Changing Climate

Wed, Mar 4
Dr. Andrew Buckley, UNC Marine Sciences (Teske Lab)
In Pursuit of Metabolic Function Starting from the Genome: Streptococcus mutans to Beggiatoa Spp.

Wed, Feb 25
Dr. Alberto Scotti, UNC Marine Sciences
Shaken, Not Stirred: Mixing in the Ocean

Wed, Feb 18
Dr. Astrid Schnetzer, North Carolina State University
Understanding protistan species diversity: who counts when, where, why…?

Wed, Feb 11
Carter Smith
Whale Fall Communities: A benthic buffet

Mon, Feb 9
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Interdisciplinary Seminar

Dr. Jennifer Glass, Georgia Tech University
Metals, Methane and Microbes: Exploring Novel Metabolisms by Integrating Geochemical and Biological Approaches

Wed, Feb 4
Jihyuk Kim
Occurrence of Pseudo-nitzschia and domoic acid and its management

Mon, Feb 2
UNC Marine Sciences – Student Interdisciplinary Seminar

Dr. Shawn McGlynn, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Cellular Activities Contextualized by Microbial Neighborhoods and Implications for Syntrophic Intermediates during Anaerobic Methane Oxidation

Wed, Jan 21