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Lecture Series

The Summer Lecture Series provides our Summer Student Fellows and entering Joint Program Students with a popular and very useful introduction to the breadth of oceanographic research at WHOI. The speakers are asked to gear their talks to a college Junior/Senior level, and we ask speakers to remember that many in their audience will have had little or no previous oceanography course work. Speakers are encouraged to make their talks as interactive as possible in order to motivate students to participate and ask questions.

"I really appreciated the Summer Lecture Series--I think that one of the best parts of the SSF program is that you become exposed to all different areas of Oceanography, and the lecture series was one of the primary methods for doing so! I feel like I learned so much, and it really broadened my horizons." SSF '11

2019 Summer Lecture Series

June 5, 2019Redfield Aud9:30 AMLiviu GiosanG&GWeathering the monsoon: How the Bronze Age Indus Civilization coped with climate change
10:00 AMAdam SouleG&GVolcanoes in the Deep: The 2012 Eruption of Havre Volcano
June 12, 2019Clark 5079:30 AMJulie HuberMC&GLife Beneath the Seafloor
10:00 AMKirstin Meyer-Kaiser BIOFar from home: how larval dispersal connects island-like habitats in the ocean
June 19, 2019Redfield Aud9:30 AMCatherine WalkerAOPEUnderstanding ice-ocean systems on Earth and planets beyond
10:00 AMPorter HoaglandMPCExploring the natural capital and ecosystem services of the ocean's twilight zone
June 26, 2019Clark 5079:30 AMAran MooneyBIOSnap chat: Listening to the diversity and health of coral reefs
10:00 AMKe ChenPOWhat controls the temperature on the Northeast US continental shelf?
July 3, 2019Redfield Aud9:30 AMDavid BrankovitsUSGS/MC&GThe dark side of the coastal carbon cycle: cave networks in karst subterranean estuaries
10:00 AMPeter TraykovskiAOPEAutonomous systems for measuring coastal morphology
July 10, 2019Clark 5079:30 AMColleen HanselMCGLiving with Oxygen: Walking the Fine Line Between Life and Death
10:00 AMChris PiecuchPOStranger Things: Why has Sea Level Been Rising Faster along Cape Hatteras than on Cape Cod?
July 17, 2019Redfield Aud9:30 AMErin FischellAOPEMarine autonomy and acoustics
10:00 AMMaria PachiadakiBIOLife without oxygen: microbial processes in oxygen-depleted marine environments
July 31, 2019Clark 5079:30 AMAnne CohenG&GSuper Reefs Science and the Future of Coral
10:00 AMMatt CharetteMC&GWhy are Cape Cod Estuaries Impaired and What Can Be Done About It?