S3 2015

Scripps Student Symposium


S3 Abstract Volume 2015

Agenda

Date: Thursday, September 24th 2015

Keynote Speaker (Scripps alumnus 2006): Dr. Kurt Schwehr, Affiliate Associate Professor at University of New Hampshire, and Head of Ocean Engineering at Google.

0800 - 0830 Registration Opens, Check-in

0830 - 0845 Welcome from Prof. Catherine Constable, Department Vice Chair

0845 - 1015 Oral Session #1: Micro

0845 - 0900 Genome and Methylome Of A Candidate Biofuel Organism: How ‘Omic’ Studies Will Be Crucial to Improving Productivity - Jesse Traller
0900 - 0915 Santa Ana Winds of Southern California: Their Hourly Climatology and Variability Spanning 6½ Decades - Janin Guzman-Morales
0915 - 0930 Oceans of image data - Eric Orenstein
0930 - 0945 The Chemical Role of Marine Bacteria in Sediments - Nastassia Patin
0945 - 1000 A New Method for Remotely Estimating Vertical Current Profiles from X-Band Radar Observations of Ocean Waves - Jeffrey Campana
1000 - 1015 Geochemical constraints on the magmatic history of Piton de la Fournaise, Réunion Island from combined cumulate and lava analysis - Bradley J. Peters

1015 - 1030 Poster Session and Coffee Break

1030 - 1200 Oral Session #2: Macro

1030 - 1045 Mountain Cloud Variability and Its Relation to California Snowmelt - Edwin Sumargo
1045 - 1100 Distribution, Adaptation, and Feeding Ecology of Demersal Fishes in Oxygen Minimum Zones - Natalya D. Gallo
1100 - 1115 Insight into the Pacific SST- North American hydroclimate connection from an Eastern Tropical North Pacific coral record - Sara Sanchez
1115 - 1130 Glider Observations of the 2014-2015 Warming Anomaly in the Southern California Current System - Katherine Zaba
1130 - 1145 Detailed rupture imaging of the 25 April 2015 Nepal earthquake using teleseismic P waves - Wenyuan Fan
1145 - 1200 Is iron acquisition by marine phytoplankton mediated by phytotransferrin? - Jeff McQuaid

1200 - 1300 Group Photo & Lunch

1300 - 1430 Oral Session #3: Mega

1300 - 1315 Counting the world's boats - Andrew F. Johnson
1315 - 1330 Sources and sinks of momentum in the Southern Ocean - Jessica Masich
1330 - 1345 The Evolution of Temperature and Carbon Storage within the Deep Southeast Atlantic Ocean Across the Last Glacial/Interglacial Cycle - Alan Foreman
1345 - 1400 Microbial community structure and function in the Mariana Trench - Logan Peoples
1400 - 1415 The effect of continental growth on global sea level  - Shi Sim
1415 - 1430 Global Environmental Leadership for Sustainability: Learning Science Policy with High Schoolers - Samuel J. Wilson

1430 - 1600 Poster Session and Coffee

1600 - 1615 UC Ship Funds Presentation (Bruce Appelgate)

1615 - 1700 Keynote Address

1700 - 1730 Awards Ceremony and Closing

1730 - 1830 Social Hour (collect posters and proceed to Surfside)

Click here to view the agenda for S3 2014.