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 Spring 2021 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.

Jan. 18John CashmanCommandant of Midshipmen, Maine Maritime AcademyEnvironmental Criminal Enforcement: The Sledgehammer in the Environmental Compliance ToolboxRecording
Bonus Follow-up Q&A
Feb. 1Doug ReadEngineering Department, Maine Maritime AcademyA Power Trimaran for Coastal Fishing: Influence of Design on Fleet Efficiency and Environmental ImpactRecording
Feb. 8Heather HamlinSchool of Marine Sciences; Aquaculture Institute, University of MaineLobsters in a Changing Climate: Impacts of Increasing Temperature and Acidification on Lobster HealthRecording
Feb. 22Julianna DiehlUniversity of HawaiiJack of All Trades, Master of None: Stepping into the Role of Marine TechnicianRecording
Mar. 1Kersey SturdivantInspire Environmental; Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke UniversityThe Untold Story of Recovery following the Deepwater Horizon Incident: A Worm's Eye ViewRecording
Mar. 22Amina SchartupScripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California San DiegoThe Methylmercury Cycle in Warming OceansRecording