2019

  • Borges de Sousa, J. (2019). Adventures in Mobile Connectivity and Locality: Persistent Robotic Surveys. Invited Oral Presentation to Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Borges de Sousa, J. (2019). Exploring Dynamic Features of the Ocean with Coordinated Robots. Oral Presentation at Breaking the Surface Event, Biograd, Croatia.

  • Borges de Sousa, J. (2019). Exploring Dynamic Features of the Ocean with Multiple Robots. Oral Presentation at EuroGEOSS workshop, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Borges de Sousa, J. (2019). Exploring the Pacific Subtropical Front: Adventures in Coordinated Ship-robotic Surveys. Oral Presentation at Robots in the Wild: Challenges in Deploying Robust Autonomy for Robotic Exploration, Freiburg, Germany.

  • Borges de Sousa, J. (2019). From Coasts to Depths: Strengthening our Autonomous Presence in the Ocean. Oral Presentation at Workshop on European-funded Marine Robotics and Applications, Toulon, France.

  • Borges de Sousa, J. (2019). Multi-domain Vehicles for Earth Observation: What, Why, and How? Oral Presentation at GNSS International Summer School, Cerveira, Portugal.

  • Borges de Sousa, J. (2019). Veículos não tripulados para operações marítimas: passado, presente e futuro. Oral Presentation at IDN Seminarios, Faro, Portugal.

  • Borges de Sousa. (2019). Developing Networked Vehicle Systems for Naval Operations.  Oral Presentation at Chiefs of the European Navies Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Borges de Sousas, J. (2019). Exploring the STF with Multiple Robots. Oral Presentation at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.

  • Borges de Sousas, J. (2019). Mobile Connectivity and Mobile Locality in Networked Vehicle Systems: Are we Missing Something? Oral Presentation at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.

  • Borges de Sousas, J., Mendes, R., Costa, M., Pinto, J., Dias, P., et. al. (2019). Field Report and Lessons-learned: Exploring Fronts with Multiple Robots, Oral Presentation at Encontro de Oceanografia, Peniche, Portugal.

  • Pinto, J. (2019). Networked Vehicle Systems: From Vision to Reality. Oral Presentation at International Conference on Communication, Computing and Digital Systems, Islamabad, Pakistan.

  • 2018

  • Savage, A., Waterhouse, A., Kelly, S., and J. MacKinnon. (2018). Noncoherence of low mode internal tides in the Tasman Sea, Oral Presentation, Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, USA.

  • 2016

  • Baker, E., Walker, S., Resing, J., Chadwick, W., Merle, S., and Anderson, M. (2016). Hydrothermal Plume Surveys of the Mariana Backarc (12.7°-18.3°N) by Surface-Ship and AUV Find an Unexpectedly High Spatial Frequency of Vent Sites, Oral Presentation, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.

  • Clague, D., Paduan, J., Moyer, C., Glazer, B., Caress, D., Yoerger, D., and Kaiser, C., (2016). Structure and Evolution of Hawaii’s Loihi Seamount from High-resolution mapping, Oral presentation, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.

  • Lowe, R. (2016).  Oceanic Drivers of a Remote Atoll Reef System: Browsing Scott Reef. Oral Presentation, Shell EMI Seminars, Perth, AUS.

  • Maticka, S. (2016).  Hydrodynamics and Thermal Regime of a Shallower Reef-Atoll Rim. Oral Presentation, Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016, New Orleans, LA, USA.

  • McCulloch, M., Holcomb, M., D’Olivo Cordero, J., Falter, J., Montagna, P., Taviani, M., and Trotter, J. (2016). How Corals Control Calcification in a High CO2 World, Oral Presentation, International Coral Reef Symposium, Honolulu, HI, USA.

  • Miller, J., Puotinen, M., Thumbs, M., Radford, B., and Heyward, A. (2016).  Innovation in Spatial Analysis Using Examples from Scott Reef and the Kimberly’s.  Oral Presentation, Woodside Science Seminar Series, Perth, AUS.

  • Moore, C., Heyward, A., and Radford, B. (2016).  Comprehensive and Accessible Information Promoting the Biodiversity, Heritage and Value of our North West Marine Region.  Guest Lecturer, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, AUS.

  • Moore, C., Heyward, A., and Radford, B. (2016).  Comprehensive and Accessible Information Promoting the Biodiversity, Heritage and Value of our North West Marine Region.  Oral Presentation, Guest Atlas of Living Australia Workshop, Perth, AUS.

  • Moore, C., Heyward, A., and Radford, B. (2016).  Comprehensive and Accessible Information Promoting the Biodiversity, Heritage and Value of our North West Marine Region.  Oral Presentation, PTTEP Australia Science Seminar, Perth, AUS.

  • Pinkel, R., et. al. (2016).  The Tasman Tidal Dissipation Experiment: Tidal Mixing, Scattering, and Reflection on the East Tasman Slope, Oral Presentation, Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016, New Orleans, LA, USA.

  • 2014

  • Copeland, Adrienne, M., Au, Whitlow, Giorli, Giacomo and Jeffrey Polovina. 2014. Investigating the relationship between foraging odontocetes and ocean acoustic biomass off the Kona coast of the Island of Hawaii. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (4), 2335. Won best student presentation in the Animal Bioacoustics session at the 167th Acoustical Society of America Conference in Providence, RI. 

  • German, C.R. (2014).  Hydrothermal exploration in distant oceans: Oases for life on Earth and Beyond.”  Invited paper at Biosignatures Meeting (Nordic Institute for Astrobiology), Bergen, Norway.  May 2014.

  • Huber, J., C. K. Algar, L. Zeigler Allen, D. A. Butterfield, C.S. Fortunato, et al. (2014). Investigating Microbes, Viruses, and Carbon Across Thermal and Chemical Gradients in the Subseafloor at Axial Seamount. Poster Presentation at Gordon Research Conference on Marine Microbiology, Waltham, MA, USA.

  • Huber, J.A. (2014).  Subseafloor microbial life in venting fluids from the Mid Cayman Rise hydrothermal system. Deep Carbon Observatory Deep Life Meeting. Portland, OR.

  • Huber, Julie, Christopher K. Algar, Lisa Zeigler Allen, David A. Butterfield, Caroline S. Fortunato, James F. Holden, Benjamin I. Larson, Giora K. Proskurowski, Lucy C. Stewart, Begum C. Topҫuoḡlu, and Joseph J. Vallino. 2014, Investigating Microbes, Viruses, and Carbon Acroos Thermal and Chemical Gradients in the Subseafloor at Axial Seamount. Poster Presentation at Gordon Research Conference on Marine Microbiology, June 22-27, 2015, Waltham, MA, USA. 

  • Janson, X., Hurd, G.and Kerans, C. (2014). Carbonate Gullies, Channels and Canyons Morphometrics, Annual research conference of the Reservoir Characterization Research Laboratory, University Of Texas at Austin, TX.

  • Klymak, Jody, Susan Allen, Richard Dewey, Stephanie Waterman, Rich Pawlowicz & Steven Mihaly. (2014).Evidence for cross-shelf exchange catalyzed by a coastal canyon. Poster Presentation at Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Rimouski, Quebec, Canada.

  • Rittinghouse, M.T. (2014).  Habitat characterization for deep-sea coral reef communities in Roatán, Honduras. Benthic Ecology Meeting. Benthic Ecology Meeting Society. University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL. Poster presentation.

  • Rittinghouse, Matthew, Scott Harris, Peter Etnoyer. 2014. Habitat characterization for deep-sea coral reef communities in Roatan, Honduras.  Poster Presentation for Benthic Ecology Meeting 19-22 March 2014. 

  • Rodriguez, R. E., D. W. Hicks, J. W. Tunnell, T. C. Shirley, P. J. Etnoyer, and E. L. Hickerson. 2014. Assessing deep-water coral assemblages inhabiting relict coral banks off the South Texas Coast. Oral presentation at the 43rd Benthic Ecology Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida. March 19-22, 2014.

  • Rodriguez, R.E, D.W. Hicks, J. W. Tunnell, T. C. Shirley, P. J. Etnoyer, E. Hickerson. 2014. Assessing deep-water coral assemblages inhabiting relict coralbanks off the Texas coast. Oral presentation at the Texas Academy of Sciences, Galveston, Texas, March 7-8, 2014.

  • Smith J.R., C. Kelley, B. Boston, B. Dechnik, S. Habel, L. Harrison, J. Leonard, F. Lichowski, D. Luers, J.E. Miller, R. Orange, M.A. Patterson, B. Shiro, J. Taylor, H. Togia, J.P. Tree, J. Tucker, D. Wagner, N. Wright. (2014). New R/V Falkor Multibeam Data from the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, Oral Presentation, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA. 

  • Tree, J. P., Ito, G., Garcia, M. O., Wessel, P., Shiro, B., Boston, B., Togia, H., Kelley, C., Smith, J. R., Spatial distribution, density structure, and relationship of intrusive and extrusive volcanics of seamounts along the Northwest Hawaiian Ridge, 2014, Abstract ID DI43A-4359. Presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., Dec. 15-19.

  • Versteegh, E.A.A., C.L.Van Dover & M.Coleman (2014).  Unsuspected dietary habits of hydrothermal vent shrimp: bacterivorous Rimicaris hybisae can be carnivorous or even cannibalistic.  EGU General Assembly: Geophysical Research Abstracts 16, EGU2014-2408.