Spring 2020 Seminar Series


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Spring 2020 Seminars
Wednesdays, 3:30 at the Bay Conference Center

The Romberg Tiburon Campus is closed to the public and events are canceled until May 31.
Please watch our weekly seminars via livestream.



Jan 29

Jeana Drake, Zuckerman Fellowship Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Haifa
Characterizing coral skeletal proteins: Traditional and novel techniques 

Feb 5

EOS Graduate Students Research in Progress Talks-1

Feb 12

Nicole Thomez, Assistant Professor, University of San Francisco
Living on the Edge: Reproductive physiology, behavior, and recovery of southern sea otters

Feb 26

 Kim Coble, Professor, San Francisco State University
The Alma Project: Cultivating cultural capitals in STEM through reflective journaling

Mar 4

Anne Simonis, Contractor, NOAA National Marine Fisheries
You can learn a lot by listening: Assessing human impacts on marine mammals through passive acoustic monitoring  

Mar 11

Lekelia "Kiki" Jenkins

Associate Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, ASU

Fisher selectivity: The science of how to engage the best fishers for Inventing bycatch solutions

11:00 AM - Closed to the public

Saving sea turtles with conservation technology and dance

7:00 PM - watch livestream

Mar 18

Sahrye Cohen, Regulatory North Branch Chief, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Rivers on Fire: Working in Environmental Regulation

Apr 1

EOS Graduate Students Research in Progress Talks-2

postponed until April 22

Apr 8

David Ainley, Senior Ecologist 2, H. T. Harvey & Associates
Geographic structure of Antarctic penguin populations: Revisited

watch livestream

Apr 15

Denise Reed, Professor Gratis, University of New Orleans 
Planning for the future of coastal Louisiana: Data, models and decision-making

watch livestream

Apr 22

EOS Graduate Students Research in Progress Talks-2
**special start time - 2:30 p.m.**

Apr 29

Lorraine Ling, Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University  
Symbiotic state mitigates oxybenzone lethality in Aiptasia, a model for coral-algal symbiosis

watch livestream


May 6

Estuary & Ocean Science Center Poster Social