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GEO AquaWatch Project Updates Webinar Series – Coastal Transitional/Estuaries Theme
May 6 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
GEO AquaWatch Project Update Lightning Talks Webinar Series.
A 3 week series offering an opportunity to hear various speakers provide AquaWatch Community project updates in a series of lightning round talks!
May 6th –Coastal Transitional/Estuaries Theme – 2pm UTC
14:00 UTC Welcome & Introductions Host: Blake Schaeffer, USEPA, GEO AquaWatch Management Team and WG 3 Co-Chair; Moderators: Dulcinea Avouris, Post-doctoral Scholar at the University of California, Merced; Dalin Jiang, Research Fellow, University of Stirling, UK; and Sumita Bhattacharyya, PhD Candidate, Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment, India.
14:05 UTC Adriana Maria Constantinescu, National Institute of Marine Geology and Geoecology (GeoEcoMar), Romania, DANUBIUS-RI: International Centre for Advanced Studies on River-Sea Systems – Observation Node, link between EO and in-situ measurements. Co-authors: Andrew Tyler, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Stirling, Stirling, United Kingdom; Steve Groom, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, United Kingdom; Adrian Stanica, GeoEcoMar & DANUBIUS-PP Consortium
14:15 UTC Steve Groom, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, CERTO Project Progress and the work of many co-authors too numerous to list
14:25 UTC Thomas Jordan, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom, Automation and retrieval of remote-sensing reflectance observed from ships-of-opportunity: new directions from the MONOCLE project. Co-authors: Stefan Simis, Plymouth Marine Laboratory; Philipp Grötsch, Gybe; John Wood, Peak Design.
14:35 UTC Xiaohui Zhu, Boston University, USA, A simple method to determine the apparent quantum yield matrix of CDOM photobleaching in natural waters. Co-authors: William L. Miller, University of Georgia; Cédric G. Fichot, Boston University.
14:45-UTC 5 minute break
14:50 UTC Christiana Ade, University of California Merced, USA, Assessing Fish Habitat Potential and the Effects of an Emergency Barrier on Turbidity in a Drought Impacted Estuary Using Satellite Remote Sensing. Co-authors: Erin Hestir, University of California Merced and Christine M. Lee, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
15:00 UTC Ana B. Ruescas, Brockmann Consult, Germany, SNAP Tools for Coastal and Inland Water Monitoring. Co-authors: Kerstin Stelzer, Marco Peters, Roland Doerffer, Jorrit Scholze, Carole Lebreton and Carsten Brockmann all of Brockmann Consult.
15:10-15:30 UTC Presenter Q&A and Discussion