2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting
SEA is attending the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, OR, and we created several opportunities for you to connect.
SEA Faculty & Staff attending: President Peg Brandon W-48, Paul Joyce (Dean), Mark Long (Associate Dean for Academic Partnerships), Kara Lavender Law (Research Professor of Oceanography), Jessica Donohue, C-210, and Kelsey Lane, S-233, (Research Assistants).
SEA Activities in Portland & During the Conference
SEA/SEA Semester booth: If you are attending the conference, please stop by our booth and visit! We're booth #425.
SEA Ocean Sciences Workshop: Tuesday, Feb 13th, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Room C125. SEA will host a workshop for all SEA Semester alumni, colleagues, WHOI-MIT Joint Program cruise participants, and Partnership Education Program (PEP) alumni attending the conference. In attendance from SEA will be Paul Joyce, Dean; Mark Long, Associate Dean for Academic Partnerships; Kara Lavender Law, Research Professor; and Peg Brandon, President.
Provide updates on SEA, our new programs and destinations, and current and future goals.
Hear from you about how SEA and SEA Semester can better serve you and your students. SEA must continue to evolve; help us set our next course!
Outline opportunities for research and other collaborations.
Click here to RSVP for the SEA Ocean Sciences Workshop.
SEA Community Swizzle Reception: Wednesday, February 14, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott (across the street from the Portland Convention Center). Join us and visit with SEA faculty & staff, alumni, crew, colleagues and the SEA family. This event is open to the SEA community and held in conjunction with the conference. You do not need to be registered for the conference to attend. Click here to RSVP for the SEA Community Swizzle Reception.
SEA Presentation Schedule: If you are attending the conference, we hope you are able to swing by their presentations.
Dr. Kara Lavender Law: Monday, Feb 12, 8:00-10:00 a.m. A107-A109, (Chair) Detection, Analysis, and Modeling of the Distribution and Transport of Oceanic Debris I.
(8:30 to 8:45 a.m.): Revisiting a Long-Term Time Series of Floating Plastics in the western North Atlantic Ocean
(4:25-4:32 p.m. lightning talk.): Detection, Analysis, and Modeling of the Distribution and Transport of Oceanic Debris II Posters. Poster Hall
Jessica Donohue: Quantity of Plastic Debris on the Seafloor Offshore of the Northeast United States. Monday, Feb 12, 4:00-6:00 p.m., Poster Hall
Kelsey Lane: Telepresence Mapping: A model for training and outreach in ocean mapping. Thursday, Feb 14, 4:00- 6:00 p.m., Poster Hall
SEA Alumni and Colleagues attending and presenting: Please let us know, so we can share the information with others! Email Victoria: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peg Brady, W-29: Feb 12, 11 am, F150. Implementing Ecosystem Based Fishery Management
Julia Chvarry, S-261: Feb 15, Optimal Harvesting Strategies in an Infected Fishery; 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM , ES44C: Transdisciplinary Research to Assess Marine Socioecological Systems II Posters , Poster Hall
Kalina Grabb, S-250: Feb 12, 3-3:15 pm, BN13A, Using nitrate dual stable isotopes to investigate the impact of the Three Gorges Dam on the nitrogen cycle within the Changjiang (Yangtze) River
Eric Hatge, C-172: Poster # 324975: Connecting the Dots: Coastal Adaptation Under Rising Seas
Samara Haver, C-222: Feb 15, 4-6 pm, EP44B-0891: Monitoring Long-Term Soundscape Trends in U.S. Waters: The NOAA/NPS Ocean Noise Reference Station Network
Greg Koman, C-174: Feb. 14, 4-6pm, Poster Hall, Seasonal variability of boundary currents in the North Atlantic subpolar gyre
Laura Lilly, S-235: Feb. 13, 4-6 pm EP24C-0799, Poster Hall, Is Every El Niño the Same? ENSO-related Zooplankton Community Shifts in the Southern California Current System
Claudia Mazur, S-258: Feb 14, 4-6 pm, Poster Hall, Biogenic Gas Fluxes Across the Sediment-Water Interface Along a Gradient of Anthropogenic Stressors
Sujata Murty, C-233: Feb 15, 4-6 pm, Poster Hall, Reversing East Asian Winter Monsoon Influence on SSS in the Lombok Strait
Amanda Netburn, S-187: Feb 14, 8:45-9:00 am (E143-144) ME31A-04: Mesopelagic fish distributions and behaviors in the Santa Barbara Basin as observed from midwater and bentho-pelagic ROV dives
Mon, Feb 12, 4-6 pm, ED14A-2320, Poster Hall, Ocean exploration to characterize, assess, and inform stewardship in the deep sea: examples from NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research
Sarah Nickford, C-267: Feb 14, 4-6 pm, Poster Hall, Mechanisms Controlling Surface Temperature and Chlorophyll Distribution in the Labrador Sea
Cindy Palinkas, C-164: Feb 12, 12 pm, Oregon Ballroom 201 & Ethics Town Hall, Tuesday 6:30-7:30 pm, Human influences on sediment and nutrient loads from the Susquehanna River to the Chesapeake Bay