Frontiers in Ocean Science Symposium reminder (June 28; 1-5:30pm ET)
June 4, 2021
- Dr Tamara Pico, whose talk will be on “insights into ancient ice sheets from unconventional sea-level records”.
- Dr Jacqueline Padilla-Gamiño, who will present “the significance of life history strategies in coral recovery after a bleaching event”.
- Dr Melissa Omand, who will be speaking on “toward a sensor-laden future ocean”.
- Dr Nikki Traylor-Knowles, whose talk is entitled “coral cellular ecoimmunity in a disease landscape of unknowns”
- Dr Hilary Palevsky, Boston College
- Dr Jessica Tierney, University of Arizona
- Dr Phil Bresnahan, University of North Carolina Wilmington
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