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Seminar Series

SMAST Spring 2017 Seminar Series

The School for Marine Science  & Technology hosts weekly seminar with presentations given by guest speakers. Seminars are free and open to the public. Select highlighted title URLs to view past seminars, or visit Echo360 website. (Adobe Flash Player is required. Download the lastest version here.)

 

DEOS seminars are held on Wednesdays at 12:30 pm in Room 204 of SMAST-New Bedford and simulcast to Room 325, SMAST II. Contact Prof. Mark Altabet at maltabet@umassd.edu for information.

Department of Estuarine and Ocean Sciences

DATE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

TITLE

January 25

Paolo Stegagno

Department of Ocean Engineering, Univ of Rhode Island

Online Spectral Analysis on a Low Cost UAV System

February 1           

Christopher M. Little    

AER, Massachusetts

Mean sea level along the Northeast U.S. coast: drivers of observed and projected change

February 8

Glen Gawarkiewicz

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution         

 

Recent Hydrographic Variability in the Middle Atlantic Bight and Implications for Shelfbreak Exchange

 

February 22

Zhitao Yu

NRL-Stennis, Mississippi

The impact of ocean surface currents on Sverdrup transport in the mid-latitude north Pacific via the wind stress formulation

 

DFO seminars are held on Wednesdays at 3:30 pm in Room 157 of SMAST-Fairhaven (AT&T Building). DFO seminars are also simulcast to Room 204, SMAST-New Bedford. Contact Prof. Gavin Fay at gfay@umassd.edu for information.

Department of Fisheries Oceanography

DATE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

TITLE

January 25

Vanessa Trijoulet

NEFSC

Bioeconomic modelling of grey seal predation impacts on the West of Scotland fisheries

February 1           

Sean Hayes

NEFSC

California water and fish. How salmon came to be so important

February 8

Eric Heupel

SMAST

 

Mapping the distribution of vulnerable communities

 

February 15

Steve Cadrin

SMAST

Adaptive Management in Marine Capture Fisheries

February 22

Jason Link

NMFS

Are there common, fundamental, emergent properties of all marine ecosystems, and if so are they useful?

March 1 Joel Llopiz WHOI Vignettes in fish early life history: from the Sargasso Sea to your local New England pond
March 8 Katherin Ford MADMF Assessing Eelgrass Loss in Duxbury, Kingston, and Plymouth Bays
March 22 Anna Malek  CFRF Fishermen as Research Partners: Case Studies from the Lobster, Jonah Crab, Quahog, and Black Sea Bass Fisheries in Southern New England
March 29 Diego Bernal UMassD BIO Physiology of Highly Migratory Fishes
April 5 Bob Glenn MADMF Assessment of Massachusetts Marine Fisheries
April 12 Rob Drew UMassD BIO Genetic Variation Among Fish Populations
April 19 Austin Humphries URI Socioecological outcomes from fisheries management in coastal Anthropocene reef systems: moving from impacts to solutions
April 26 John Hare NEFSC Connecting research to management in the Northeast U.S. Shelf Ecosystem

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