The 4th annual frontiers in ocean sciences symposium: climate change & environmental justice

Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Time: 1:00-5:30PM ET

Host: National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Ocean Sciences

Theme: Climate Change and Environmental Justice

Registration for the online symposium is free and open to all, and the link for registration can be found at: Webinar Registration – Zoom (

Featured at the symposium will be a line-up of early career rising stars who will speak about their ground-breaking research and on the symposium theme. The symposium will also include three of last year’s speakers returning for an alumni panel discussion.

Speakers at this year’s symposium include:

  • Dr. Anela Choy (Asst. Prof; UCSD/Scripps) whose talk will be on “Food web linkages across the deep-sea water column”
  • Dr. Claudine Hauri (Asst. Prof; UAlaska Fairbanks) who will be speaking on “Ocean acidification research in Alaska: from seagliders to models” 
  • Dr. Dan Okamoto (Asst. Prof; Florida State University) will be presenting  “Addressing equity and climatic uncertainty in nearshore rocky reef ecosystems” and
  • Dr. Amina Schartup (Asst. Prof; UCSD Scripps) who will be presenting “The mercury cycle in an era of global change”.

National Science Foundation, 9 June 2022. More information.

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