Corning School of Ocean Studies Seminar Series
In a typical year, seminars held at 3:00 PM on Mondays in the Alumni auditorium in Leavitt Hall and are free and open to the public. ***For the Fall 2020 semester, out of precaution during the COVID-19 pandemic, seminars will be held via Zoom on Mondays from 3:35 PM – 4:25 PM. The seminars will remain open to the public. Please check back regularly for a link to join. We will also post recordings of each talk on this page.***

Sep. 14Kerry WhittakerMaine Maritime AcademyLessons from science under sail: the value of merging ocean research, education, and interdisciplinary collaborationWatch Recording
Sep. 21Carla GuentherMaine Center for Coastal FisheriesThe Eastern Maine Coastal Current Collaborative: Building a regional network and research framework to support ecosystem based fisheries managementWatch Recording
Oct. 5Mike ThalhauserMaine Center for Coastal FisheriesNavigating uncharted waters in the Bagaduce: How three towns are tackling co-management. The commitment of rural Maine communities to restore, monitor, manage, and harvest alewife populationsWatch Recording
Oct. 19Katherine CrowleyUnity CollegeThe science and policy of introduced tree pests in northeastern U.S. ForestsWatch Recording
Nov. 9Carter NewellPemaquid Oyster Co., Pemaquid Mussel Farms, Maine Shellfish, Univ. of Maine School of Marine SciencesThe intersection among biology, physics, engineering, economics, and marine trades: Sustainable shellfish aquacultureWebinar Link
Nov. 16Joee PattersonFormer Marine Technician, US Antarctic ProgramIcebreakers, zodiacs, and elephant seals: Antarctic science, and life as a marine technician