Banse Seminar Series
The Banse Oceanography Seminar Series is named in honor of Dr. Karl Banse, who was recently named as a AAAS fellow, honored for his continuing work on the ecology of the plankton. This year's quarter-long seminar series is being held during Winter Quarter (2020), organized by Dr. Jodi Young. The series will be held on Wednesdays from 2:30 to 3:50 in the Ocean Sciences Building, room 425.
Colleen Hoffman, School of Oceanography, UW
The changing paradigm of hydrothermal iron and ligands in hydrothermal plumes
Anna Boyar and Khadijah Homolka, School of Oceanography, UW
Pairing Academic Research and Allyship in the Face of Climate Change
Julie Barber, Senior Shellfish Biologist, Swinomish Indian Tribe
Treaty fishing rights and tribal science: An example from the Swinomish Fisheries Department
Evan Soloman, School of Oceanography, UW
A decade digging in the mud - investigating the role of continental margin sediment diagenesis in marine geochemical cycles
Howard Spero, Earth and Planetary Sciences, UC Davis
Improving Paleoceanographic Reconstructions: Carbon Isotopes, the Carbonate Ion Effect and Other Long-Ignored Problems
Seth Book, EPA Coordinator, Skokomish Indian Tribe
Skokomish Tribe Water Quality Program: Monitoring Harmful Algal Toxins, Coccolithophores and fish kills in the Hood Canal
Karl Banse, School of Oceanography, UW
Do we live in a bottom-up controlled but top-down regulated world, including the micrometer-sized aquatic cells?
Sarah Frias-Torres, Coral Reef Scientist, Vulcan Inc.
Restoring Reefs Using Corals Adapted to Climate Change
Emily Shroyer, CEOAS, Oregon State University
The 2018 Monsoon Onset in the Bay of Bengal
Brian Rosenberg, Hydrodynamicist, Oscilla Power