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EMES Fall Seminar: Julie Granger

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

Title: Insights on nutrient dynamics in the western Arctic Ocean from nitrate isotope ratios  University of Connecticut Host: Adrian Marchetti The rapid warming of the Arctic has manifested in a decrease in extent and duration of sea ice cover in … Continued

Field Site Seminar, Jon Grabowski: Using ecological and socioeconomic approaches to inform the conservation, restoration and management of coastal watersheds

IMS Seminar Room (222) 3431 Arendell St, MOREHEAD CITY, NC

Abstract: Estuarine ecosystems are among the most valuable on earth because they provide a vast array of ecosystem services such as storm protection, nutrient cycling, and essential fish habitat. Unfortunately, they face a multitude of anthropogenic stressors, from habitat degradation … Continued

EMES Fall Seminar: Shane D. Schoepfer

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

Title: The end-Triassic Mass Extinction in the Paleo-Pacific Ocean  Western Carolina University Host: Donna Surge The end-Triassic mass extinction was one of the most severe in earth history, and the first to affect a predominantly modern marine fauna. However, due … Continued

CANCELED: EMES Fall Seminar: Anna Ruth Halberstadt

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

Title: Antarctic ice sheet stability during warm periods: Integrating numerical modeling with geologic data NSF EAR Postdoctoral Fellow UMass-Amherst Host: Antonia Sebastian The Antarctic ice sheet is a major contributor to sea level rise, but its response to future warming … Continued

EMES Fall Seminar: Craig Nichol

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

Supporting students towards careers and professionalism in the Earth and Environmental Sciences Modern Earth science related departments typically encompass a broad suite of disciplines, often including geographic, atmospheric, oceanographic and environmental sciences.   Students may have little exposure to these fields … Continued

Field Site Seminar: Elliott Hazen NOAA Fisheries, Changing oceans and altered ecosystems necessitate dynamic management

IMS Seminar Room (222) 3431 Arendell St, MOREHEAD CITY, NC

Zoom webinar ID:969 1093 3469 Highly migratory species are inherently difficult to manage as they regularly move in response to ocean conditions and cross human-imposed jurisdictional boundaries. Many migratory predators species face multiple anthropogenic threats including being shipstrikes and interacting … Continued

EMES Fall Seminar: Emily M. Stewart

Mitchell 005 Mitchell Hall, Chapel Hill

The intertwined fates of lithospheric carbon and life on Earth Planet Earth has supported life for billions of years. Despite dramatic changes in the surface environment and the deep Earth, our climate has remained relatively stable — and critically, habitable … Continued