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This online-only event will be available as a Zoom webinar and via Facebook Live. The format each event will be three individual presentations followed by a live question and answer session with all three speakers. Scroll down for details.
Oil is a complex mixture of chemicals and begins to transform the moment it enters the marine environment. Join us for this free webinar and learn from our guest speakers about the chemical makeup of oil, its evolution and breakdown.
Speakers and topics below.
- Oil: What is it made of and how do we detect it in the environment?
Edward B. Overton, Ph.D., Louisiana State University
- How do microbes break down oil and oil-based compounds in the environment?
Joel Kostka, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology
- How does oil break down and evolve with exposure to sunlight?
Collin Ward, Ph.D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
This online event will be available as a Zoom webinar and via Facebook Live. The format will be three individual presentations followed by a live question and answer session with all three speakers. Scroll down for details.
Speakers, below, will cover marine snow and the role it played before, during, and after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
- Antonietta Quigg, Associate Vice President for Research & Graduate Studies, Texas A&M University Galveston, Marine snow and MOSSFA
- Kai Ziervogel, Director of Ocean Process Analysis Laboratory, University of New Hampshire, Fate of sinking marine snow and marine oil snow
- Kendra Daly, Professor, University of South Florida, Environmental impacts of marine snow