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January

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Goverment and Cultural Center, Key Largo

What Does It Take To Prevent Extinction of a Rare Orchid Species? - Dr. Hong Liu

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Venue:WC 130 (MMC) with Polycom connection to MSB 105 (BBC)

Distinguished Glaser Seminar 2014 “INFORMATION, LIKELIHOOD, FORMAL EVIDENCE AND MULTIMODEL INFERENCE. 21st Century Science Philosophy and Inference.” January 27 – 31, 2014

February

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Venue:MSB 150

We are pleased to announce the upcoming Biology Research Symposium to be held on February 1, 2014 at the Biscayne Bay Campus.

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Goverment and Cultural Center, Key Largo

A Thousand Furlongs: Shakespeare and the Sea - Dr. James Sutton

March

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Goverment and Cultural Center, Key Largo

Last Train to Paradise - Dr. Les Standiford

April

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Venue:MSB 150

Immediately following the seminar we will have a get-together with free food and drinks for all attendees behind MSB. Your attendance and participation in this event will help to make it a success!

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Venue:Murray E. Nelson Goverment and Cultural Center, Key Largo

Ocean Drones: Developing Advanced Tools for Marine Research - Dr. Kevin Boswell

May

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The Everglades CISMA is hosting the Everglades Non-native Fish Round Up to raise public awareness about the potential negative impacts of releasing non-native fish into Florida waters, and to encourage anglers to target these nonnative species for consumption. The Round Up will also gather data into non-native fish distribution and abundance that can assist in their management.

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Venue:Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center 1635 North Bayshore Dr. Miami, Fl 33132

The Florida International University Scholarship Fishing Tournament is a one day, offshore tournament featuring fishing for Dolphin. The University’s Alumni Association organizes this event and the NET proceeds go towards a scholarship program for students of the University.

August

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Venue:WC 130 (MMC) with Polycom to MSB 105 (BBC)

Dr. Deron Burkepile, "Drivers of coral reef community dynamics in a changing ocean".

September

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

Cristina Romera Castillo (SERC), "The Color of the Sea"

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Venue:WC 130 (MMC) with Polycom to MSB 105 (BBC)

Mo Donnelly's "How to Graduate" seminar for Grad students.

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Venue:WC 130 (MMC) with Polycom to MSB 105 (BBC)

Dr. Ken Feeley, " Running From the Heat: Can tropical forests shift their distributions to remain at equilibrium with climate? "

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

Patrick O'Donnell, "Canal Effects on Estuarine Fish Nurseries in the Ten Thousand Islands of Southwest Florida".

October

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

Thomas A. Frankovich, "Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Restoration in Mangrove Lakes: Salinity and Nutrient Controls on Macrophyte Abundance"

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

George Divoky, "Forty Years of Change: A Seabird Responds to a Melting Arctic"

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) and GC 314 (MMC) via Polycom

This meeting is scheduled to provide information on the new Boating Safety Manual and a review of new guidelines and floatplan procedures.

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

CANCELED - will be rescheduled at a future date. Tabitha Whalen Stadler, "Restoring the Rookery Bay Estuary: Connecting People and Science for Long Term Community Benefit"

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Venue:MSB 105(BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

Micheal S. Allen, "Fisher Implications of Density Dependent Recruitment Processes in Florida Bass".

November

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Venue:MSB 150 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

A novel Tracer to Quantify the Atmospheric Flux of Trace Elements to Remote Ocean Regions

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

Nathan Truelove, "The Conservation Genetics of Ecological and Commercial Important Coral Reef Species"

December

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Venue:MSB 105 (BBC) with Polycom to HLS 216 (MMC)

Yunrong Yang, "Fisheries in the South China Sea".