Suzanna C. Clark (MIT/WHOI Joint Program)
Pseudo-nitzschia in the Gulf of Maine: investigating bloom dynamics, species introduction, and climate change implications with observations and models
A public presentation of the thesis will be given by the candidate.
DATE: Tuesday, March 9, 2021
TIME: 1:00 PM
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Dr. Weifeng (Gordon) Zhang, WHOI
Dr. Dennis J. McGillicuddy, Co-Advisor, WHOI
Dr. David K. Ralston, Co-Advisor, WHOI
Dr. Donald M. Anderson, WHOI
Prof. Mick Follows, MIT
Dr. Katherine A. Hubbard, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission-Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
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All interested faculty, staff and students are invited to attend.