Seminar: Nitrate reduction in cold seep habitats along the Gulf of Mexico deep slope

Dr. Lindsey Fields, a Postdoctoral Research Associate working with Dr. Mandy Joye's lab in Marine Sciences here at UGA will present a seminar titled:

"Nitrate reduction in cold seep habitats along the Gulf of Mexico deep slope"

The seminar will be Monday Dec 8 at 12:20 pm in Marine Sciences Rm 261.  The seminar will also be broadcast to the SkIO Conference Room.
 

Seminar: Microbial C- and Fe-cycling in the naturally iron fertilized Southern Ocean off Kerguelen Island (KEOPS2)

Dr. Ingrid Obernosterer from the Laboratoire d’Océanographie Microbienne (LOMIC), Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls, France will present a seminar titled: Microbial C- and Fe-cycling in the naturally iron fertilized Southern Ocean off Kerguelen Island (KEOPS2) on Monday Nov 24 in the Marine Sciences building Room 261.  See her home webpage for more information on her research interests

 

Dissertation Defense Seminar: Insights into the Ecology and Biogeochemistry of Ocean Microbes Revealed through Transcriptomics of Bacterial-Phytoplankton Model Systems

Bryndan Durham, PhD candidate in the Deparment of Microbiolgy, working with Dr. Mary Ann Moran in Marine Sciences will present her dissertation titled, "Insights into the Ecology and Biogeochemistry of Ocean Microbes Revealed through Transcriptomics of Bacterial-Phytoplankton Model Systems".

Dissertation Defense Seminar: The Influence of Environmental Factors Including Reactive Oxygen Species on the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Marine Thaumarchaeota

Bradley Tolar, PhD candidate in the Deparment of Microbiolgy, working with Dr. Tim Hollibaugh in Marine Sciences will present his dissertation titled "The Influence of Environmental Factors Including Reactive Oxygen Species on the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Marine Thaumarchaeota".

Seminar: Methane in the Baltic Sea: Potential impacts of eutrophication and climate change

Dr. Bruechert will address aspects of the biogeochemical methane cycle in the Baltic Sea, the world's largest brackish basin, in the context of eutrophication and potential effects of climate warming. Today more than 85 Million people live in the drainage basin of the Baltic Sea, which has widespread consequences for eutrophication and the extent of water column anoxia.

Dissertation Defense Seminar: Probing the Photochemical Reactivity of Oceanic Dissolved Organic Carbon

Leanne Powers, PhD candidate in Marine Sciences, will be delivering her Dissertation Defense Seminar titled “Probing the Photochemical Reactivity of Oceanic Dissolved Organic Carbon” this Thursday afternoon at 2:00pm in the main Marine Science seminar room, Rm 261. Please set aside the time to join us.
 

Microbial Transformations of Organic Matter

On October 15, 2014, Marine Sciences Department postdocs Alexey Vorobev (Moran lab) and Oliver Ding He (Medeiros lab) traveled to the UGA Marine Institute on Sapelo Island to collect samples for an NSF project investigating microbial transformations of organic matter. Coastal seawater is being incubated for 24 hours in the dark and then analyzed for microbial gene expression patterns in the context of changes in the chemical signature of dissolved organic compounds.

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