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Spring 2019 Seminar Series

Thursdays, 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Coastal Science Center 300

Organizer: Paul Gayes, Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies

Click on title of talk for additional information/abstract
DateSpeakerAffiliationHost/Advisor
Jan 17th William Baxley Chief Engineer, Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center, Florida Atlantic University P.T. Gayes
Power from the Gulf Stream: Potential and Challenges
Jan 24th Catherine Edwards Assistant Professor, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, University of Georgia E. Hackett
Wintertime phytoplankton blooms and upper slope jets in Long Bay, SC
Jan 31st Bryan Rabon Manager Aquatic Science Programs, Bureau of Water, S.C. Dept. of Health & Environmental Control P.T. Gayes
My Journey with DHEC's Aquatic Science Programs; A look at the past, what we do now, and where we would like to go
Feb 7th No seminar this week
Feb 14th Debra Hernandez
and
Dwayne Porter
Executive Director, Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association

Director of Graduate Studies and Professor, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina
P.T. Gayes
The SECOORA Story: Linking scientists, policy-makers and coastal communities to understand our ever-changing ocean
Feb 21st Elizabeth Von Kolnitz Chief, Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, S.C. Dept. of Health & Environmental Control P.T. Gayes
From Science to Management – Establishing the State’s Beachfront
Feb 28th Tom Mullikin Research Professor, Department of Coastal and Marine Systems Science, CCU  
 
Mar 7th TBA*    
 
Mar 21st Christina Boyce M.S. candidate, Department of Coastal and Marine Systems Science, CCU P.T. Gayes
 
Mar 28th Jiarong Zhang Ph.D. candidate, Department of Coastal and Marine Systems Science, CCU Var Limpasuvan
 
Wednesday Apr 3rd Liviu Giosan Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Zhixiong Shen
Drilling the monsoon: from mountain building to the fate of civilizations
This presentation is part of the 2018-2019 Ocean Discovery Lecturer Series
Apr 11th Elana Ames M.S. candidate, Department of Coastal and Marine Systems Science, CCU R. Peterson
 
Apr 18th Leigha Peterson Ph.D. candidate, Department of Coastal and Marine Systems Science, CCU P.T. Gayes
 
Apr 25th Angelos Hannides Assistant Professor, Department of Marine Science, CCU  
Nearshore sand‐habitat biogeochemistry: From standing conditions to shifting processes and human impacts

TBA* - There are outside speakers waiting to confirm visits to campus to provide seminar and several students working out scheduling for thesis/dissertation defenses or proposal presentations. The formal schedule will be updated as specific dates are finalized.


Past Seminar Series Schedules

Fall 2018

Spring 2018