[Coral-List] One NOAA Science Seminars, Week of August 15, 2011

Tracy Gill tracy.gill at noaa.gov
Tue Aug 16 08:43:10 EDT 2011

One NOAA Science Seminars, Week of August 15, 2011

Please join us for upcoming OneNOAA Science Seminars 
<http://www.nodc.noaa.gov/seminars/index.html>; a voluntary joint effort 
to share science and management information across NOAA. For questions 
about the OneNOAA science seminar series or to present a seminar please 
contact Hernan.Garcia at noaa.gov 
<mailto:Hernan.Garcia at noaa.gov?subject=OneNOAA%20Science%20Seminars> or 
a OneNOAA science seminar partner 

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seminar details (location, remote access, etc). If you cannot see/click 
the links, please visit http://www.nodc.noaa.gov/seminars/. Please check 
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*August 2011* (hosting 9 upcoming seminars)

Aug 16: Hybrid Ensemble-3DVar Radar Reflectivity Assimilation with the 
GSI and NMMB: Current Status and Future Plans 

Aug 17: Flickr 101: Part Three of a Series Exploring Social Media Tools 

Aug 17: Two Viewpoints (GLERL and NYC DEP) on the Climate and Water 

Aug 18: Life History Pattern Diversity, Movements, and Habitat Use of 
Juvenile Coho Salmon (/Oncorhynchus kisutch/) in the Grays River 
Estuary, WA. 

Aug 23: TAMDAR Data Evaluation by NWS 

Aug 23: Coastal CHARM and the We-Table: New Technology for Participatory 
Democracy on the Coast 

Aug 24: The Great Museum of the Sea: America's Submerged Maritime 

Aug 25: State of Readiness: Office Coast Survey's Navigation Response 
Teams Stand Ready to Serve 

Aug 30: A Sustainable Idea: Virginia Sea Grant's Seafood Education for 
the Culinary Community 

*September 2011* (hosting 9 upcoming seminars)

Sep 01: Land Surface Temperature Calibration and Validation 

Sep 01: Coastal and Island Watershed Management Tools and Initiatives: 
An Update from the Center for Watershed Protection 

Sep 07: Community Resilience, Part I: Assessing Vulnerabilities Using 
the Roadmap for Adapting to Coastal Risk 

Sep 08: Bioacoustic Absorption Spectroscopy 

Sep 08: Teachers, Students and Communities: Helping to Protect the 
Ocean, One School at a Time 

Sep 13: Recent Advances in Data Assimilation with the Local Ensemble 
Transform Kalman Filter 

Sep 21: NESDIS Satellite Operations and Plans (Tentatitve Title) 

Sep 22: NOAA Ocean Acidification Program (tentative seminar title) 

Sep 22: Modeling Ecosystem Service Values of Wetlands in Delaware: an 
Application of the InVEST Model 

*October 2011* (hosting 4 upcoming seminars)

Oct 01: National Air Quality Forecasting Capability (NAQFC) 03 
Predictions over Remote Sensing-derived Physical and Chemical Regimes 

Oct 05: Community Resilience, Part II: Ecosystem-Based Adaptation Case 

Oct 12: The Habitat Assessment Program in the National Marine Fisheries 
Service <http://www.nodc.noaa.gov/seminars/2011/10-oct.html#oct122011_Brown>

Oct 19: Ionospheric Data Assimilation 


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Hernan E. Garcia, Ph.D.
NOAA/NESDIS/NODC Ocean Climate Laboratory
SSMC-III, E/OC5, Room 4230
1315 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910

E-mail:Hernan.Garcia at noaa.gov
Phone:(301) 713-3290 Ext 184
Fax:  (301) 713-3303

OneNOAA Science Seminars:http://www.nodc.noaa.gov/seminars/

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