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SMAST Spring 2015 Seminar Series

The spring 2015 seminar series begins on January 28 and runs through April 29. 

Unless otherwise indicated, DEOS seminars are Wednesdays at 12:30 PM in Room 204 of SMAST I, New Bedford and simulcast to Room 325, SMAST II. Contact Prof. Avijit Gangopadhyay (avijit@umassd.edu) for information.

Unless otherwise indicated, DFO seminars are Wednesdays at 3:30 PM in Room 157 of SMAST II, AT&T Building, Fairhaven. DFO seminars are simulcast to Room 204, SMAST I, New Bedford. Contact Prof. Gavin Fay (gfay@umassd.edu) for information. 

Routine videotaping of seminars began October 1, 2014. To view a videotape of a seminar, click on a highlighted title. (Patience is recommended; video may take some time to load. Adobe Flash Player is required; download the lastest version for free here.)

 

 

DATE

SPEAKER

DFO/DEOS

AFFILIATION

TITLE

Tuesday, January 20 (11:00 AM, Room 325A, SMAST II, Fairhaven)

Robert Griffin

Special

Stanford University

Ecosystem service modeling in service of marine spatial planning

Wednesday, January 28

John Walden

DFO         POSTPONED

NOAA Fisheries/SMAST

Productivity change in northeast U.S. catch share fisheries

Wednesday, January 28

Ilson Silveira

DEOS         POSTPONED

University of São Paulo

20th anniversary of the discovery of the North Brazil Undercurrent: What have we learned since then?

Friday, January 30

Jim Yoder et al.

Special

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Briefing on the National Research Council's Decadal Survey of Ocean Sciences

Wednesday, February 4

Kathryn Ford

DFO

MA Division of Marine Fisheries

Wednesday, February 4

Scott Wankel

DEOS

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Bringing the isotope lab to the deep: Advances in deep-sea instrumentation for biogeochemistry

Wednesday, February 11

Steven Lohrenz

DEOS/DFO

SMAST, UMassD

Assessing impacts of climate and land use change on terrestrial-ocean fluxes of carbon and nNutrients and their cycling in coastal ecosystems

Wednesday, February 18

Holly Moeller

DFO

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Habitat damage, marine reserves, and the value of spatial management

Wednesday, February 18

Ilson Silveira

DEOS

University of São Paulo

20th anniversary of the discovery of the North Brazil Undercurrent: What have we learned since then?

Wednesday, February 25

Magdalena Andres

DEOS

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Interannual temperature variability in the MAB from Oleander XBT data

Wednesday, February 25

Scott Steinback

DFO

NOAA Fisheries NEFSC

Applying a bioeconomic model to recreational fisheries management: Cod and haddock in the northeast United States

Wednesday, March 4

Yizhen Li

DEOS

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Wednesday, March 4

Erik Olsen

DFO

Institute of Marine Research, Norway

Marine spatial planning, global trends and insights from Norwegian implementations

Wednesday, March 11

Mak Saito

DEOS

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Wednesday, March 11

Kristin Kleisner

DFO

The Nature Conservancy / NOAA Fisheries NEFSC

Past, present, and future shifts in marine fish assemblages in response to regional climate velocities and physiographic constraints 

Wednesday, March 25

Geoff Cowles

DFO/DEOS

DFO, SMAST, UMassD

Optimizing tidal kinetic energy generation across multiple scales

Wednesday, April 1

Elizabeth Winiarz

DEOS

UMassD

Scholarly publishing - How to evaluate open access publishers

Wednesday, April 1

Ken Foote

DFO

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Active sonar technology for observing marine organisms and their habitat

Wednesday, April 8

Jessica Carilli

DEOS

UMass Boston

Human alteration of coastal water quality, and impacts on marine life

Wednesday, April 8

ZhongPing Lee

DFO

UMass Boston

Secchi depth and underwater visibility: Correcting a 60-year old misinterpretation

Wednesday, April 15

Cynthia Pilskaln

DEOS

DEOS, SMAST, UMassD

Carbon flux dynamics in the Gulf of Maine and POC budget for the Northwest Atlantic margin

Wednesday, April 15

Jonathan
Deroba

DFO

NOAA Fisheries NEFSC

Wednesday, April 22

Peter Cornillon

DEOS

University of Rhode Island CANCELLED

Wednesday, April 22

Catherine O'Keefe

DFO

DFO, SMAST, UMassD

Incorporating industry input to improve fishery dependent data collections in the
Northeast

Wednesday, April 29

Yun Li

DEOS

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Stratification on the Northwest Atlantic shelf: Climatology, interannual variability and biological implications

Wednesday, April 29

Lisa Kerr

DFO

Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Evaluating the implications of movement dynamics and life history uncertainty on exploitation and population dynamics of Atlantic bluefin tuna

 

SMAST Fall 2014 Seminar Series

The fall 2014 seminar series begins on September 29 and runs through December 3. 

Unless otherwise indicated, DEOS seminars are Wednesdays at 12:30 PM in Room 204 of SMAST I, New Bedford and simulcast to Room 325, SMAST II. Contact Prof. Mark Altabet (maltabet@umassd.edu) for information.

Unless otherwise indicated, DFO seminars are Wednesdays at 3:30 PM in Room 157 of SMAST II, AT&T Building, Fairhaven. DFO seminars are simulcast to Room 204, SMAST I, New Bedford. Contact Prof. Pingguo He (phe@umassd.edu) for information. 

Routine videotaping of seminars begins October 1. To view a videotape of a seminar, click on the title. (Patience is recommended; video may take some time to load. Adobe Flash Player is required; download the lastest version for free here.)

DATE

SPEAKER

DFO/DEOS

AFFILIATION

TITLE

Wednesday, September 10

Marcos Santos

DEOS

Oceanographic Institute, University of São Paulo

New perspectives on partnerships in ocean sciences in Brazil

Wednesday, September 10

 Paul Winger

DFO

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Building a better trap for snow crab: A review of recent Canadian selectivity and behavioural experiments 

Wednesday, September 17

Joan M. Bernhard

DEOS 

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 

Ocean acidification, hypoxia and warming: Experimental and field investigations into multi-stressor effects on benthic foraminifera

Wednesday, September 17

 

NO DFO SEMINAR (ICES ASC)

 

 

Wednesday, September 24

Annie Bourbonnais

DEOS

DEOS/SMAST/UMassD 

N-loss isotope effects in the Peru oxygen minimum zone studied using a mesoscale eddy as a natural tracer experiment 

Wednesday, September 24

Kevin Stokesbury

DFO

DFO/SMAST/UMassD

Use of the SAFE Index to evaluate the status of a summer aggregation of Atlantic sturgeon in Minas Basin, Canada and the implication of the index for the USA endangered species designation of Atlantic and shortnose sturgeons

Wednesday, October 1

Andy Pershing

DEOS/DFO

Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Response of the Gulf of Maine ecosystem and fisheries to rapid warming

Wednesday, October 8

Fei Chai

DEOS

University of Maine 

Understanding and modeling natural and artificial iron fertilization in the Pacific Ocean

Wednesday, October 8

Steve Cadrin

DFO

DFO/SMAST/UMassD

Managing New England fisheries in the context of climate change

Wednesday, October 15

Crsytal Schaaf

DEOS

UMass Boston

Validation of biomass estimates with terrestrial lidar 

Wednesday, October 15

Gavin Fay

DFO

DFO/SMAST/UMassD

Including regime shifts in fisheries assessments and harvest recommendations using Markov switching models

Wednesday, October 22

Melissa Omand

DEOS

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 

Eddy-driven subduction of particulate carbon during the North Atlantic spring bloom 

Wednesday, October 22

Kevin Friedland

DFO

NOAA

Layered effects of parental condition and larval survival on the recruitment of neighboring haddock stocks 

Wednesday, October 29

Anne Cohen

DEOS

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 

Too much of a good thing: Fossil fuels and the fate of coral reefs 

Wednesday, October 29

Jenny Sun

DFO

Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Groundfish sectors business viability assessment: Analyzing the time-value of the ACE leasing price and the utilization of ACE

Wednesday, November 5

 

NO DEOS SEMINAR

 

 

Wednesday, November 5

Brian Rothschild

DFO

DFO/SMAST/UMassD

Rewriting the Magnuson-Stevens Act

Wednesday, November 12

 

NO DEOS SEMINAR

 

 

Wednesday, November 12

John Manderson

DFO

NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center Cooperative Research Program

Is there a 3rd way toward ecosystem based assessment supporting sustainable fisheries?

Wednesday, November 19

Brian Helmuth

DEOS

Northeastern University

Knowns, unknowns and unknown unknowns: Ecological forecasting in coastal zones

Wednesday, November 19

Doug Zemeckis

DFO

DFO/SMAST/UMassD

Spawning dynamics of Atlantic cod in Massachusetts Bay

Wednesday, November 26

 

NO DEOS SEMINAR

   

Wednesday, November 26

 

NO DFO SEMINAR

   

Wednesday, December 3

Sumit Chakraborty

DEOS

DEOS/SMAST/UMassD

Phytoplankton community dynamics in the river-influenced continental margin of the northern Gulf of Mexico

Wednesday, December 3

Rich Langton

DFO

NOAA

The Buccoo Reef Trust: A story of success and failure for a Caribbean marine NGO  


 

SMAST Spring 2014 Seminar Series

The spring 2014 seminar series begins on January 29 and runs through April 30. 

Unless otherwise indicated, DEOS seminars are Wednesdays at 12:30 PM in Room 204 of SMAST I, New Bedford and simulcast to Room 325, SMAST II. Contact Prof. Miles A. Sundermeyer (msundermeyer@umassd.edu), Prof. Daniel MacDonald (dmacdonald@umassd.edu), or Prof. Wendell Brown (wbrown@umassd.edu) for information.

Unless otherwise indicated, DFO seminars are Wednesdays at 3:00 PM in Room 158 of SMAST II, AT&T Building, Fairhaven and simulcast to Room 108, SMAST I. Contact Prof. Saang-Yoon Hyun (shyun@umassd.edu) for information.

 

DATE

SPEAKER

DFO/DEOS

AFFILIATION

TITLE

Wednesday, January 29 Jon Hare DFO NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center Climate change and marine fisheries: Past, present, and future

Wednesday, January 29   NO DEOS SEMINAR    
Wednesday, February 5 Kenneth Foote DFO Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Acoustic quantification of marine organisms,
including a developing application with parametric sonar

Wednesday, February 5 Postponed to May 2

Joe Iafrate and Stephanie Watwood DEOS (jointly with Marine System Seminar Series) Naval Undersea Warfare Center

Behavioral response of fish and sea turtles to anthropogenic activities

Wednesday, February 12 Jason Boucher DFO DFO/SMAST/UMassD & Shanghai Ocean University Potential for range extensions of calanus copepods in the Arctic: A case study for 2012 
Wednesday, February 12 Wendell Brown DEOS DEOS/SMAST/UMassD Defining the Mid-Atlantic Cold Pool with ocean gliders 
Wednesday, February 19 Kevin Friedland DFO National Marine Fisheries Service, Narragansett Laboratory The Northeast Continental Shelf spring bloom with particular reference to plankton dynamics in the Gulf of Maine 
Wednesday, February 19   NO DEOS SEMINAR     
Wednesday, February 26 Gregory Skomal DFO Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries New insights into the ecology of the white shark in the western North Atlantic 
Wednesday, February 26   NO DEOS SEMINAR     
Wednesday, March 5 Jeff Kneebone DFO Zeptometrix Corporation/A.I.S., Inc. Movement patterns, coastal migration, and stock composition of adult striped bass Morone saxatilis tagged in Massachusetts coastal waters 
Wednesday, March 5 Rodney Rountree DEOS Fish Ecology/UMass Amherst

Sounds from the Amazon: Piranha and other river creatures 

Wednesday,  March 12 Dorothy Jane Dankel  DFO
University of Bergen, Center for the Study of the Science and the Humanities
& the Institute of Marine Research 
Social network analysis of ICES' scientists and ICES bureaucrats: Do we have the institutional ecology that ecosystem science for advice demands? 
Wednesday, March 12 Michael Lomas  DEOS
Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences
Do we have the BIO in Biogeochemistry correct?
Wednesday, March 19  

NO SEMINARS - SPRING BREAK

   
Wednesday, March 26 Chrissy Petitpas DFO
DFO/SMAST/UMassD
Trophic interactions and PSP toxin transport in marine food chains during harmful algal blooms of Alexandrium fundyense
Wednesday, March 26 CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER Joe Iafrate and Stephanie Watwood DEOS (jointly with Marine System Seminar Series)
Naval Undersea Warfare Center

Behavioral response of fish and sea turtles to anthropogenic activities

Wednesday, April 2 Anne Richards DFO
NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center

A shrimp's tale: Northern shrimp in the Gulf of Maine

Wednesday, April 2 Glen Gawarkiewicz DEOS
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Fronts and fish: Recent observations from Cape Hatteras

Wednesday, April 9 John W. Mandelman

DFO

New England Aquarium

Unwanted but not forgotten: The nature and importance of incidental (bycatch) mortality in fisheries

Wednesday, April 9 Mark Altabet DEOS
DEOS/SMAST/UMassD

Extreme nitrogen loss in a Peru mesoscale eddy

Wednesday, April 16 Sam Laney DFO
Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

New insight into polar phytoplankton through autonomous technologies

Wednesday, April 16 Cindy Pilskaln DEOS        CANCELLED
DEOS/SMAST/UMassD

Climate change and acidification impacts on Gulf of Maine system

Wednesday, April 23 Kimberly Hyde DFO
NOAA/NMFS/NEFSC

The importance of phytoplankton size on modeling fisheries production

Wednesday, April 23 James Bird DEOS
Boston University

The drainage and rupture of interfacial bubbles

Wednesday, April 30 Susan Inglis DFO
DFO/SMAST/UMassD

What causes gray meat in the Atlantic sea scallop in Georges Bank closed areas?

Wednesday, April 30 Malcolm Scully DEOS
Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Langmuir circulation and turbulence in Chesapeake Bay

Friday, May 2 Joe Iafrate & Stephanie Watwood DEOS
Naval Undersea Warfare Center

Behavioral response of Fish and Sea Turtles to Anthropogenic Activities

Wednesday, May 30 Dianne Quigley DEOS
Brown University

Presentation of SMAST course development for graduate training in marine science ethics

 

SMAST Fall 2013 Seminar Series

The fall 2013 seminar series begins on September 4 and runs through December 4. 

Unless otherwise indicated, DEOS seminars are Wednesdays at 12:30 PM in Room 204 of SMAST I, New Bedford and simulcast to Room 325, SMAST II. Contact Prof. Brian Howes (bhowes@umassd.edu) for information.

Unless otherwise indicated, DFO seminars are Wednesdays at 2:45 PM in Room 158 of SMAST II, AT&T Building, Fairhaven and simulcast to Room 108, SMAST I. Contact Prof. Saang-Yoon Hyun (shyun@umassd.edu) for information.

DATE

SPEAKER

DFO/DEOS

AFFILIATION

TITLE

Wednesday, September 4 Steve Cadrin DFO DFO/SMAST/UMassD Incorporating environmental change into stock assessment and fishery management

Wednesday, September 11 Ferdi Hellweger DEOS Northeastern University
 
Agent-based N cycle modeling 
Wednesday, September 18 Eduard Eichner DEOS Senior Water Scientist  Developing total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) and the Clean Water Act: Where law, regulation, and science meet
Wednesday, September 18 Marie C. Martin DFO NOAA Ecoystem Assessment Program Relating seabird breeding productivity to regime shift in the Gulf of Maine: Case of Atlantic puffin and arctic tern 
Wednesday, September 25 Jefferson Turner DFO DFO/SMAST/UMassD Zooplankton fecal pellets, marine snow, phytodetritus, and the ocean's biological pump
Wednesday, September 25 Supriya Chakrabarti DEOS University of Massachusetts Lowell An overview of optics and space technology for astrophysics and environmental studies at UMass Lowell
Wednesday, October 2 Yong Chen DFO School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine-Orono Use of computer simulation to improve fisheries management 
Wednesday, October 2 Camille David DEOS DEOS/SMAST/UMassD Eutrophication in a coastal pond: Role of tidal exchange and inlet migration
Wednesday, October 9   DFO SEMINAR CANCELLED    
Wednesday, October 9 Ron Etter DEOS Biology Dept., UMass Boston Evolution in the deep Atlantic: A molecular genetic perspective
Tuesday, October 15, 4:00 PM, Rm 108, SMAST I Chuck Ciany DEOS (jointly with Marine System Seminar Series) Raytheon Sonar signal processing and its application to commercial and military uses
Wednesday, October 16   NO DFO SEMINAR    
Wednesday, October 23 James Sulikowski DFO Marine Science Department, University of New England Has the New England commercial fishing industry gone to the dogs?
Wednesday, October 23 Pia H. Moisander DEOS Department of Biology, UMass Dartmouth New microbial contributors to the marine nitrogen fixation: Locations, habitats, and diversity
Wednesday, October 30, 3:00 PM Gordon Munro DFO Vancouver School of Economics/UBC Catch share schemes, cooperating fishermen, and the theory of dynamic coalition games
Wednesday, October 30   NO DEOS SEMINAR    
Wednesday, November 6 William Duffy DFO Population Dynamics Branch, NMFS/NEFSC/READ/PDB, Woods Hole  An analysis of the current method for ageing American shad (Alosa sapidissima), with a new validated method using otoliths
Wednesday, November 6 Dale Leavitt  DEOS Roger Williams University The oyster is dead ... long live the oyster
Wednesday, November 13 Kiersten L. Curti DFO Population Dynamics Branch, NMFS/NEFSC/READ/PDB, Woods Hole Age-Structured Multispecies Model
of the Georges Bank Fish Community
 
Wednesday, November 13 Sudip Majumder DEOS DEOS/Physics, SMAST, UMassD  Near-inertial kinetic energy budget of the mixed layer and the transition layer using data from the Arabian Sea mooring 
Wednesday, November 20 Vincent Saba DFO NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Climate driven variability of phytoplankton biomass in the United States Northeast Shelf
Wednesday, November 20   NO DEOS SEMINAR    
Wednesday, November 27 NO SEMINARS - Thanksgiving recess begins      
Wednesday, December 4 Michael Judge DFO Manhattan College Invasion of the western North Atlantic shoreline by the exotic crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus: Lotka-Volterra competition model with discontinuous carrying capacity function captures invasion dynamics
Wednesday, December 4 David Clark DEOS Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Wave generated vorticity in the surfzone: helicopters, mega cusps, and the  Ring of Doom

 

CINAR Candidate Seminars

The CINAR seminars will be held at 2:00 p.m. in Room 158 of SMAST II, AT&T Building, Fairhaven, and will be simulcast to Room 108 of SMAST I, New Bedford.

DATE

SPEAKER

DFO/DEOS

AFFILIATION

TITLE

Thursday, August 15, 2013 Zhenming Su, CINAR Assistant/Associate Professor Candidate DFO Institute for Fisheries Research, University of Michigan Hierarchical modeling: A powerful framework for fisheries research

Monday, August 19, 2013 Richard Bell, CINAR Assistant/Associate Professor Candidate DFO National Marine Fisheries Service, Narragansett Lab Externally driven changes in the abundance of summer and winter flounder.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013 Gavin Fay, CINAR Assistant/Associate Professor Candidate DFO NOAA/NMFS/NEFSC, Woods Hole Confronting uncertainty: Quantitative approaches for managing living marine resources
Monday, August 26, 2013 John Wiedenmann, CINAR Assistant/Associate Professor Candidate DFO Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences, Rutgers Sustainable management of marine resources: From the U.S. to Antarctica

 

 

SMAST Spring 2013 Seminar Series

The spring 2013 seminar series begins on January 30 and runs through May 1. 

DEOS seminars are Wednesdays at 12:30 PM in Room 204 of SMAST I, New Bedford and simulcast in Room 325, SMAST II. Contact Prof. Dan MacDonald (dmacdonald@umassd.edu) or Prof. Cynthia Pilskaln (cpilskaln@umassd.edu) for information.

DFO seminars are Wednesdays at 3:30 PM in Room 158 of SMAST II, AT&T Building, Fairhaven and simulcast in Room 204, SMAST I. Contact Prof. Pingguo He (phe@umassd.edu) for information.

Marine Economics seminars are held at 11:00 a.m. in Room 156 of SMAST II, AT&T Building, Fairhaven. Contact Prof. Dan Georgianna (dgeorgianna@umassd.edu) or Dr. Min-Yang Lee (min-yang.lee@noaa.gov) for information.

 

DATE

SPEAKER

DFO/DEOS

AFFILIATION

TITLE

January 30 Alex Haro DEOS/DFO US Geological Survey DEOS/DFO joint seminar hosted by DEOS: The “other” bioengineering: Fish passage research and the restoration of migratory fish populations

Abstract

January 30 DFO Seminar Cancelled DFO

 

 


February 6 John Walden Special (11:00 am, Room 2-156, SMAST II (AT&T) NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center Measuring fishery profitability change: An index number approach
February 6

 

Sandy Shumway DFO University of Connecticut Mitigating coastal eutrophication – are filter-feeding shellfish the answer?
February 6 Louis St. Laurent DEOS WHOI, Physical Oceanography The Kuroshio Current, internal waves, and turbulence in the Luzon Strait and South China Sea
February 13 Porter Hoagland DEOS/DFO WHOI Marine Policy Center DEOS/DFO joint seminar hosted by DEOS: Shoreline change in Massachusetts: Some policy perspectives
February 15 Greg Goss Special (11:00 am, Room 204, SMAST I) Univ. of Alberta Protecting our water through multidisciplinary research: The University of Alberta Water Initiative
February 20 Doug Zemeckis DFO DFO/SMAST/UMassD Stock identification of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in U.S. waters: An interdisciplinary approach
February 20   DEOS Seminar Cancelled    
February 27 Craig O'Connell DFO DFO/SMAST/UMassD Recent progress in elasmobranch electromagnetic repellent research
February 27 Melanie Fewings DEOS University of Connecticut Atmospheric Wind Relaxations and the Oceanic Response in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
March 6 Svein Sundby DFO IMR (Norway) Turbulence and plankton contact rates – Where are we 25 years later
March 6 Ke Chen DEOS WHOI Numerical investigation of the Middle Atlantic Bight shelf-break frontal circulation and its interaction with a warm core ring
March 11 Jim Hanlon (Halifax Marine Research Institute), Marlon Lewis (Dalhousie University), Doug Wallace (Dalhousie University) Special Seminar (11:30 am-1:00 pm, Rm 204, SMAST I)   Ocean technology activities in Nova Scotia, Canada
March 13 Hauke Kite-Powell DFO/DEOS WHOI DFO/DEOS joint seminar hosted by DFO: "The role of small-scale aquaculture in economic development in East Africa."
March 20   Spring Recess - NO Seminars    
March 26 Michel  Mahiques Special Seminar (12:30 pm, Rm 204, SMAST I) University of São Paulo  The geological record of the anthropogenic activity in SE Brazil: Three study cases 
March 27 Geret DePiper Marine Economics Series Northeast Fisheries Science Center Supporting ecosystem-based fisheries management through economic portfolios analysis 
March 27   DFO Seminar Cancelled    
March 27 B. N. Goswami Special Seminar (12:30 pm. Rm 108, SMAST I) Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
 
The Indian summer monsoon in a changing climate - A  weakening present and an uncertain future 
April 3 Ann Bucklin DFO University of Connecticut Population connectivity of zooplankton: Ecological, evolutionary and oceanographic interpretations
April 3 Kathryn Bisack Marine Economics Series  Northeast Fisheries Science Center  Economics of non-compliance with fisheries regulations 
April 5 (Fri.) John Marshall Special Seminar (12:30 pm, Rm 204, SMAST I) MIT Why is the ITCZ north of the equator?
April 10 Saang-Yoon Hyun DFO DFO/SMAST/UMassD The general production model with multiple survey data and without arbitrary constraints: Illustration with Georges Bank yellowtail flounder
April 10 Andone Lavery DEOS WHOI Acoustic scattering and propagation in strongly salt-stratified shear flows
April 10 Tammy Murphy Marine Economics Series Northeast Fisheries Science Center Socioeconomic surveys
April 17   Follow Monday's schedule - NO DFO Seminar    
April 17 Heidi Eastman DEOS Global Learning Charter School Port to Port: Placed-based Experiential Learning
April 17 Scott Steinback Marine Economics Series  Northeast Fisheries Science Center  Are survey respondents liars? Comparing hypothetical and real nonmarket valuation responses
April 24 Geoff Cowles DFO SMAST/DFO Assessing computational models of trawl gear
April 24 Cindy Lee DEOS SUNY Stony Brook Future research in particle biogeochemistry: Technological challenges
April 24 Eric Thunberg Marine Economics Series
 
Northeast Fisheries Science Center  Economic analysis of safety at sea 
May 1 Owen Nichols DFO DFO/SMAST/UMassD When, where, and sometimes why: Environmental effects on longfin inshore squid distribution and implications for fisheries management
May 1 Justin Kirkpatrick Marine Economics Series  Northeast Fisheries Science Center
 
Economics of wind energy on the East Coast 

 

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