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Seminar Series Schedule - 2017 and 2018

Woods Hole Laboratory, Stephen H. Clark Conference Room

Noon to 1:00 pm (unless otherwise noted)

**NOTE** Seminars are listed from future (top) to past (bottom)

Day Date Speaker Title Affiliation Local Host
Fri Jan 19 Jeff de La Beaujardiere ***WEBINAR ONLY***
NOAA ENVIRONMENTAL DATA MANAGEMENT
This briefing will summarize NOAA policies regarding environmental data, whether collected by automated observing systems or manual data collection activities, and will describe some existing enterprise-wide activities of relevance. 
TIME: 11:00-12:30
Adobe Connect: https://noaast.adobeconnect.com/noaa_data/
Call-in number: 866 658-9194
Pass code: 1869180 #
NESDIS/ACIO/DMCOB

 

Thu Jan 11 Jim Ianelli Some perspectives on assessment issues facing Alaska groundfish management
NOTE: Time is 11:00AM
Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, WA Andrew Lipsky
Wed Nov 8 Genoveva Gonzalez Mirelis Documenting the biological diversity of the Norwegian benthic landscape: making maps to support marine spatial management Institute of Marine Research Mike Fogarty
Fri Oct 6 Katherine E. Mills and Bradley Franklin Climate vulnerability and adaptation in Northeast U. S. fishing communities: from ecosystem change to socio-economic impacts Gulf of Maine Research Institute Eric Thunberg
Thu Oct 5 Craig A. Woolcott UPDATE ON THE 115TH CONGRESS: 1ST SESSION - 2017 NOTE: Time is 11:00am NEFSC (Acting Chief of Staff) & Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs Richard McBride
Tue Jul 25 Chuck Madenjian Sex and contaminants in fish: “hot spots”, big testes, and high-activity males USGS Great Lakes Science Center Mark Wuenschel
Fri Jul 14 Michael Lowe Combining Multiple NEFSC Data Sets to Build a Better Understanding of the Importance of Euphausiids to the NEUS-LME LSU Mike Jech
Wed Jun 28 Mike Jech Biomass estimates of euphausiids in the Georges Bank region from 1999 - 2012 NEFSC -Woods Hole Gareth Lawson
Fri Jun 23 Daniel W. Linden Using spatial encounters to estimate population size of low density species GARFO Jon Deroba
Tue Jun 20 Ashok Deshpande Chemical Characterization of Microplastics Polymers with a Novel Technique of Pyrolysis GC-MS
NOTE: Time is 2:30
NEFSC - Sandy Hook Richard McBride
Wed Jun 14 Brian K. Wells Process studies to quantify ecosystem dynamics in the California Current NOTE: Location is Redfield Hall SWFSC Sean Hayes
Wed May 10 Carol “Krill” Carson Investigation of Ocean Sunfish, Mola mola, that strand on the shores of Cape Cod, MA
NOTE: Location is Speck Auditorium
New England Coastal Wildlife Alliance Richard McBride
Mon Apr 10  Charlie Stock Fisheries Catch and Ocean Productivity in a Changing Climate NOTE: Location is Speck Auditorium NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Mike Fogarty
Tue Mar 7 Gary Wikfors Aquaculture Sustainability – what is it and how do we assess it?
NOTE: Time is 3:00
NEFSC -Milford

Barbara Roundtree

Wed Feb 15 Richard McBride Engage with scientific reviewing Click here for a PDF of the presentation NEFSC -Woods Hole

Henry Milliken

Wed Feb 8 Richard McBride Improve your scientific writing Click here for a PDF of the presentation NEFSC -Woods Hole

Henry Milliken

 

If you have questions, would like to give a seminar, or would like to join the committee, please contact Rich McBride at Richard.McBride@noaa.gov

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