Ocean 220 Presentations, 31 May
Tuesday, 31 May and
Thursday, 2 June
1:30 PM, 425 Ocean Sciences Bldg
Our students in Ocean 220 (Field Investigations in Oceanography) will present the results of their research on Tuesday, 31 May, and Thursday, 2 June, from 1:30-2:50 PM.
Speakers FOR TODAY, 5/31:
1:30 PM: Liz Weidner, "Silicate:nitrate ratios as an indication of iron limitation in Saratoga Passage"
1:35 PM: Nadine Harrison, "Distributions of barnacle nauplii along a Skagit Bay to Main Basin transect"
1:40 PM: Danielle Gleit, "Influence of Snohomish River and characteristics of Puget Sound sediment in Saratoga Passage"
1:45 PM: Adrian Rembold, "The variation of salinity and potential temperature during the 2010 El Niño and 2011 La Niña"
1:50 PM: Daneil Newcomb, "The effect of the El Niño Southern Oscillation on Redfield ratios in Puget Sound"
1:55 PM: Gina Cervantes, "Chlorophyll trends in different Puget Sound regions"
2:00 PM: Elisa Baldwin, title TBA
2:05 PM: Solomon Wilson, "Phytoplankton and stratification in Port Susan"
2:10 PM: Kira Homola, "Processes controlling surface water oxygen in Whidbey Basin, Puget Sound"
2:15 PM: Erika Fee, "Spatial distribution of amphipods in Puget Sound"
2:20 PM: Casey Hearn, "Evidence of peak river discharge in Whidbey Basin sediment cores"
2:25 PM: Bronwyn Hughes, "A box model study of Whidbey Basin, Washington"
2:30 PM: Matthew Bessee, "Air-sea oxygen exchange in Puget Sound"
2:35 PM: Nicole Hamlin, "Euphausiid diel vertical migration patterns in Puget Sound, Washington"
2:40 PM: Clinton Stipek, "7Be as a tracer for recent sedimentation in the Whidbey Basin"
2:45 PM: Ellie Robbins, "Stratification of Port Susan and the Main Basin in Puget Sound"