Fall 2020 Seminar Schedule


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Fall 2020 Seminars
Wednesdays, 3:30 PM

Please REGISTER to watch our weekly seminars on Zoom.
You will only need to register once for the semester.


Aug 26

Doug George, Program Manager, NOAA's Office of Coastal Management
From sediment science to science translation

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Sep 2

EOS Graduate Students Research in Progress Talks-1
Internal event or by invitation

Sep 9

 Kawika Winter, Reserve Manager He'eia National Estuarine Research Reserve, Hawai'i Insitute of Marine Biology
Reviving indigenous resource management in marine environments through models of co-management in Hawaiʻi

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Sep 16

 Andres Cisneros, Research Associate, University of British Columbia 
Ocean equity and the future of the Blue Economy

Sep 23

Daniel Harris, Postdoctoral Fellow, Boyer Lab, Estuary and Ocean Science Center, SFSU
Engineering your engineer: the effects of scale, legacy engineering and geometry on two dominant ecosystem engineers 

Sep 30

EOS Graduate Students Research in Progress Talks-2
Internal event or by invitation

Oct 7

Gabriel Ng, Smithsonian Institution
Mediation of trophic cascades by anti-predatory responses

Oct 14

EOS Graduate Students Research in Progress Talks-3
Internal event or by invitation

Oct 21

Bethanie Edwards, Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley
Chemical signaling induced by various modes of phytoplankton death and the implications for the microbial loop

Oct 28

Lynn Lee, Marine Ecologist, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve
Collaborative marine monitoring and coastal habitat restoration within an indigenous co-management context in Gwaii Haanas, Haida Gwaii, Canada

Nov 4

Fred Feyrer, Research Fish Biologist, United States Geological Survey 
Physics to fish: Understanding the factors that create and sustain habitat for native fishes in the San Francisco Estuary

Nov 11

No seminar 

Nov 18

Risa Cohen, Professor and Assistant Chair, Georgia Southern University  


Nov 25

No seminar 

Dec 2

EOS Graduate Students Research in Progress Talks-4



The EOS Center welcomes persons with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request. If you would like reasonable accommodations for this event, please contact Rebecca 415-297-3309 or rebeccajohnson@sfsu.edu as soon as possible so your request may be reviewed.