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Dr. Walter Torres is a Postdoctoral researcher for the University of Washington, Applied Physics Laborartory. Dr. Walter Torres studies the dynamics of wave-driven flows such as rip currents and reef pass jets using theory, numerical modeling, and observations.
Dr. Bill Miller is a professor in Marine Science and Oceanography. He began his academic career at Dalhousie University in Halifax, moved to the University of Georgia as Director of its Marine Institute, serving there for almost 10 years, after which he served a 2.5 yr. rotation with NSF’s ChemOCE Program. His research is in biogeochemistry and marine photochemistry. His favorite color is UV. Dr. Miller gives a brief description of his seminar…
Please join us for a lecture from Dr. James Hampton Rives
Please join us for a lecture with Dr. Tyler Cyronak
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Please join us for a lecture by Asli Aslan
Please join us for a lecture by Dr. Amands Timmerman
Please join us for a lecture by Dr. Adam Greer
Title: Dune plant ecophysiology, oyster spat settlement patterns, and undergraduate research opportunities in barrier island ecosystems  Abstract: In this seminar, Tom will discuss his work with dune plants growing on North Carolina barrier islands, his experiences teaching at undergraduate institutions, how this led to a position at the Bald Head Island Conservancy, and eventually to Middle Georgia State University (MGA).…
Karen Lloyd and Drew Steen visiting from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.  12:40-1:30: Karen Lloyd: Deep-sea microbial methane transformations, measured with in situ experiments   4:00-4:50: Drew Steen: The lifestyle of microbes in subsurface sediments: Insights from extracellular enzymes

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