ST. PETERSBURG, FL - The March 2016 special issue of Oceanography (Graduate Education) features a few of our graduates. Kara Vadman is featured on the cover, and Michelle Guitard and Kara are featured Pages 1 and 2 of the Introduction. Congratulations Kara Vadman and Michelle Guitard.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL - Happy Anniversary! Our next Tampa Bay Area Marine Science Networking Happy Hour will be Wednesday November 9, 2016, 4:30-6:30pm at Canopy Rooftop Bar atop the Birchwood Hotel, 340 Beach Dr NE, St Petersburg, FL 33701 for our Fourth Anniversary. The event is self pay, they have great happy hour specials for as low as $3 and you cannot beat the view. Park in a nearby garage or at street meters and name tags will be provided.
This is our final event in 2016 so if you have not made it to one all year then now is the time, and January will bring us some new venues again. Find a potential employer or collaborator, a new grad student, a new major professor - or just meet other science professionals outside your office, because networking is not just for when you are not working. Please share this notice and join us - and bring your ocean science professional friends and colleagues.
ST. PETERSBURG - The most recent issue of Oceanography includes a paper by a team of marine scientists from around the nation on a framework for a Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (MBON). The keys to building an effective MBON will be to:
- Determine the minimum set of observations needed to define ocean biodiversity, and
- Establish connections between existing international ecological time-series programs and standardize methodologies to enable comparison of data.