Rosenberg Institute Spring Seminar Series Schedule


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Our Spring Seminar Series starts on February 2, please join us!

Spring 2022 Seminars
Wednesdays, 3:40 PM


Feb 2

Ben Becker, Science Advisor, Californian Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit, National Park Service

Post-aquaculture estuarine restoration and eelgrass recovery in Drakes Estero, California

Feb 9

Ben Rubinoff, Postdoctoral Fellow, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Spatial and Temporal Variability in Processes Regulating Estuarine Fouling Communities

Feb 16

Emily Rivest, Assistant Professor, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Coastal acidification in estuaries: lessons of vulnerability and exposure from the Eastern oyster

Feb 23

Sarah Smith, Assistant Professor, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

Nutrient-sensitive transcripts as biomarkers of in situ physiological state in marine phytoplankton

Mar 9

Vittoria Roncalli, Research Scientist, Stazione Zoologica A. Dohrn

Copepods through a molecular lens

Mar 16

EOS Center Graduate Students
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Mar 30

Jaime Matera, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Channel Islands, CSU

Apr 6

Brenda Soler, Research Scientist, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

From Bioluminescence to Invasions: The Fascinating World of Phytoplankton

Apr 13

Ann Vileisis, Author

Abalone, the remarkable history and uncertain future of California's iconic shellfish

Apr 20

Brian Bergamaschi, Biogeochemist, United States Geological Survey

Response of the Delta and Estuary to a major change in wastewater nutrient loading

Apr 27

Wim Kimmerer, Research Professor Emeritus, Estuary & Ocean Science Center, San Francisco State University

Tales of the estuary: freshwater flow, plankton, and the decling longfin smelt


May 4

Emily Lam, PhD Candidate, UC Berkeley

Physiological and behavioral thermoregulation of northern elephant seals among three northern California rookeries

May 11

Michelle Jungbluth, Adjunct Professor, Estuary & Ocean Science Center, San Francisco State University

Revealing the hidden diversity, abundance, and feeding interactions at the base of aquatic food webs


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) 338-3543 or as soon as possible so your request may be reviewed.