Friday, November 30th

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

Time: 4:00 pm-5:00 pm


Dr. Karina Nielsen, a marine ecologist at Sonoma State University, presents: "Synoptic forcing and local scale dynamics of surfzone phytoplankton in the northern California Current Ecosystem over 9 years and 8 degrees of latitude".

Dr. Nielsen received her BS from Brooklyn College and her PhD from Oregon State University. She has extensive field research experience in temperate coastal ecosystems including the rocky shores of western North America, Chile and New Zealand as well as the salt marshes of eastern North America. Her current research focuses on marine conservation biology, the influence of ocean currents and climate on near shore communities and the physiological ecology of marine plants. She has also studied the role of nutrients and upwelling on the distribution and abundance of marine plants and animals, the development of near shore hypoxic zones, and the influence of commercial exploitation on seaweed populations.

Price: Free


HSU Campus

Room: Science Building B - Room 135


Liz Weaver

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