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Previous 2013 Dive In Lectures

January 30, 2013
Robert van Woesik, Ph.D

Professor, Florida Institute of Technology
Director, Institute for Research on Global Climate Change
Persistence of Reef Corals in a Rapidly Changing Environment


Persistence of Reef Corals in a Rapidly Changing Environmen

February 19, 2013
Daniel Pauly, Ph.D

Professor, The University of British Columbia
Principal Investigator, Sea Around Us Project
Role of Fisheries and Climate Change on Marine Ecosystems


Daniel Pauly, Ph.D.

February 26, 2013
Joerg Wiedenmann, Ph.D

Senior Lecturer, University of Southampton
Head, Marine Biotechnology Laboratory and the Coral Laboratory at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton, UK
The Solution for Pollution is Dilution: True for Coral Reefs?


 Joerg Wiedenmann

March 20, 2013
Katharine Tzadik

Land-Based Sources of Pollution
Coordinator, Florida Department of Environmental Protection Coral Reef Conservation Program
Southeast Florida Coral Reefs: Acting Above to Protect What's Below


Katharine Tzadik

April 11, 2013
Kim Ritchie, Ph.D

Senior Scientist and Marine Microbiology Program
Manager, Mote Marine Laboratories
Mutualistic Interactions in Corals: Small, Smaller, Smallest


Kim Ritchie

May 15, 2013
Mary Hagedorn, Ph.D

Marine Biologist, Smithsonian Institution\ and Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
Climate Change and Freezing the World's Reefs


Climate Change - Dr. Mary Hagedorn lecture

This lecture series was funded in part by a grant awarded from Mote Marine Laboratory's Protect Our Reefs Grants Program, which is funded by proceeds from the sale of the Protect our Reefs specialty license plate.  Learn more at  Thank you to Willis North America for their support of Dive In.

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