BioGeoChemistry DiscussionsTo promote greater synergy and collaboration among scientists interested in the various aspects of "Biogeochemistry", Liz Kujawinski and Mak Saito have developed a weekly group meeting on this topic. The purpose of the meeting is to provide an informal setting to discuss current projects, data interpretation and future proposals. Each participant will be asked to give a 30 min talk followed by 10-20 min of questions and discussion. All are welcome.
Date, Time & Location Information
(Unless specifically noted otherwise on the talk schedule)
Date: Every other Wednesday
Location: **Watson 2nd floor conference room ** on the Quissett Campus
Please contact Emily Estes at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the BioGeoChem Group email list, or if you're interested in giving a seminar.
Please join us every other Wednesday, at 3:30pm, for exciting discussions about Biogeochemistry!
Current Schedule2013 talks:
||**all talks are held in the Watson conf. room
unless otherwise noted**
||Kate Mackey, "Iron availability drives proteomic and photophysiological changes in coastal and oceanic Synechococcus"
||Becky Gast, "A day at the beach; surf, sand and bacteria"
||Carly Buchwald, "Abiotic nitrite reduction by Fe(II) (and the associated isotope effects)"
||Evan Howard, "The effect of nutrient enrichment on primary production in salt marsh tidal creeks: Insights from triple oxygen isotopes"
||Sarah Hurley (Harvard University), "Fingerprinting the isotopic patterns of mesopelagic archaea"
||Julia Diaz, "Bioavailability of exogenous polyphosphate to marine phytoplankton"
||Amy Apprill, "The impact of corals on reef water microbial biogeochemistry"
Last updated: November 13, 2013