Weekly Research Seminar on Biogeochemical Processes in Atmosphere and Oceans Weekly Research Seminar on Biogeochemical Processes in Atmosphere and Oceans

 Unless otherwise stated(*), these seminars will take place in the Clayton Seminar Room 01.38 on Monday at 13:00.

Date Speaker Organisation Title
Spring 2017
16 Jan Martin Vancoppenolle LOCEAN-IPSL, UPMC, Paris Biogeochemistry of ice-covered oceans
23 Jan Gang Pan Nottingham Trent University Mitigation of harmful algal bloom and eutrophication
30 Jan Rebecca Brownlow Royal Holloway Anomalies in Tropical Methane Emissions: Using Isotopes to Characterise Source Signatures 
6 Feb Dr Mohd Shahrul Modh Nadzir Uni Kebangsaan Malaysia Measurements of biogenic hydrocarbon and halocarbon emissions to the atmosphere in Malaysia
13 Feb Isabel Seguro (Chata) UEA Seasonal net and gross biological oxygen production in the Celtic Sea from oxygen-argon-ratio and oxygen triple isotopes
20 Feb Dr Huilin Chen Centre for Isotope Research, The Netherlands Constraining greenhouse gas fluxes using innovative atmospheric measurements
6 Mar Alba Badia UEA Importance of reactive halogens in the tropical marine atmosphere using the WRF-Chem regional model
13 Mar Ingrid van der Laan-Luijkx Wageningen University, NL Global carbon budget from three atmospheric inversions
20 Mar Max Thomas UEA Thermal stress in young sea ice
27 Mar Thomas Barningham UEA Atmospheric O2 over the Southern Ocean: Insights from new in-situ measurements at the Halley Research Station, Antarctica
3 Apr, SCI 0.31 James Butler US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Informing Policy with Observations, Modeling, and Analysis
24 Apr Peter Liss UEA Experiences from a career in science
8 May Seth Thomas UEA DMSP: From Synthesis to Global Significance
15 May Corinne Le Quere Tyndall/UEA The global carbon budget: insights, impacts and lessons learnt
22 May Zhaohui Chen UEA Estimates of Air-Sea CO2 Fluxes using Atmospheric Inverse Analyses
5 June Rebecca Wright Tyndall/UEA Jellyfish, Climate and Fishing in the Benguela Current
19 June Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern Uni of Bath Stereoisomerism in environmental cycle of pharmacologically active compounds: a new paradigm in environmental (bio)analysis and risk assessment 
26 June Gilad Antler Uni of Cambridge The sulfur-iron interplay and its role in the fate of carbon in anoxic environment

 

Organisers: Matthew Bone