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Marine Science Seminars

Seminars held at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute

Graduate Seminars 2016

MSI Graduate Technical Seminars, 2016

Friday, December, 3:30 pm

Autonomous sampling of remote phytoplankton blooms in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre

Emily Anderson

 

 

 

Emily Elizabeth Anderson, M.S.

Summer diatom blooms in the eastern North Pacific gyre investigated with a long endurance autonomous vehicle

December 2017

Advisor: Tracy Villareal

Texas ScholarWorks

Friday, December 9, 3:30 pm

Effects of maternal investment on anti-predator behavior of larval southern flounder, paralicthys lethostigma

Corinne Burns

 

 

 

Corinne Marette Burns, M.S.

Fatty Acid Composition of the Maternal Diet Affects Egg and Larval Quality of Southern Flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma

December 2017

Advisor: Lee Fuiman

Texas ScholarWorks

Monday, December 5, 3:30 pm

Influence of major storm events on the quantity and composition of particulate organic matter in a subtropical estuary, Texas

Nicolas Reyna

Research Scientist Associate I

 

 

Nicolas Eduardo Reyna, M.S.

Influence of major storm events on the quantity and composition of particulate organic matter in a subtropical estuary, Texas

December 2016

Advisors: Zhanfei Liu & Amber Hardison

Texas ScholarWorks

Friday, November 4, 3:30 pm

Do seasonal environmental gradients drive benthic community structure in an arctic kelp bed?

Christina Bonsell

Doctoral Candidate

Friday, November 4, 3:30 pm

Relationships between climate, growth and fisheries production in a commercially exploited marine fish

Erin Reed

 

 

 

Erin Marie Reed, M.S.

Relationships Between Climate, Growth, and Fisheries Production in a Commercially Exploited Marine Fish

May 2017

Advisor: Brad Erisman

Texas ScholarWorks

Friday, November 4, 3:30 pm

Community variations due to the presence and absence of crustone corealline algae in an arctic kelp system

Arley Muth

 

 

Friday, August 19, 3:30 pm

De novo assembly of diverse and deep-branching archaeal genomes from Guaymas Basin sediments

Kiley Seitz

Friday, July 29, 3:30 p.m.

Patterns in Concentrations of Fluvial Organic Matter and Watershed Yields Across Space and Scale in the Arctic

Craig Connolly

Doctoral Candidate

Friday, June 10, 3:30 pm

Seagrass bioindicator detects elevated d15N in coastal bays in South Texas

Victoria Condgon

Doctoral Student

Friday, June 10, 3:30 pm

An Atlantic croaker granulosa/thecal primary cell culture system for examining nongenomic steroid actions in the ovary

Aubrey Converse

 

 

 

 

Aubrey Converse, Ph.D

Functions and signaling mechanisms of the membrane androgen receptor ZIP9 in Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus) and zebrafish (Danio rerio) ovaries

November 2018

Advisor: Peter Thomas

Friday, June 10, 3:30 pm

Aspects of interspecific variation in red blood cell carbonic anhydrase in marine fish

Angelina Dichiera

Doctoral Student

Friday, June 10, 3:30 pm

Sensitivity of an estuarine species, Red Drum (Sciaenops ocellatus), to ocean acidification

Joshua Lonthair

Doctoral Candidate

 

Friday, June 3, 3:30 pm

Temporal and Spatial Population Genetic Structure of Alexandrium spp. Dinoflagellate Blooms

Yida Gao

Doctoral Candidate

Friday, June 3, 3:30 pm

How do drying-rewetting events affect nutrient fluxes and bacteria dynamics from subtropical marsh sediments

Jason Jenkins

 

 

 

Jason Jenkins, M.S.

How do drying and rewetting events affect nutrient fluxes and bacteria dynamics in subtropical estuarine sediments?

May 2017

Advisor: Zhanfei Liu

 

Friday, June 3, 3:30 pm

Urea cycling in relation to Cyanobacterial (Microcystis) Blooms in Lake Taihu, Yangtze River Delta, China

Kaijun Lu

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Marine Science

 

 

 

Kaijun Lu, Ph.D.

Biogeochemical processes of dissolved organic nitrogen in aquatic environments

August 2018

Advisors: Zhanfei Liu & Wayne S. Gardner

Texas ScholarWorks

Friday, June 3, 3:30 pm

Relationships between climate, growth and fisheries production in a commercially exploited marine fish

Erin Reed

 

 

Friday, May 13, 3:30 pm

Habitat use and trophic structure in Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) inferred from geochemical proxies in  scales

Matthew Seeley

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