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Mark Moline, Ph.D.

Mark Moline

805.756.2948 (phone)
805.756.1419 (fax)
email: mmoline@calpoly.edu
Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests:


General research areas of interest are Biological Oceanography, Phytoplankton Ecology, Phytoplankton Physiology, Polar Marine Ecosystems, Climate Change, Phytobiology, Bio-optics, Remote Sensing, and Biogeochemistry:

  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs)
  • High Frequency Radar (HFR) Surface Current Mapping
  • Profiler-based Studies of Phytoplankton Bioluminescence
  • Hyperspectral Remote Sensing

Education:


Ph.D., Biology University of California, Santa Barbara 1996
B.A., Biology St. Olaf College, Northfield Minnesota 1987

Professional Appointments:


Professor, Biological Sciences Department, California Polytechnic State University 2007-Present
Director, Center for Coastal Marine Sciences, California Polytechnic
University, San Luis Obispo
2004-Present

Associate Professor, Biological Sciences Department, California Polytechnic
University, San Luis Obispo

2003-2007

UNOCAL Professor of Marine Science, California Polytechnic
University, San Luis Obispo

2001-Present

Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences Department, California Polytechnic
University, San Luis Obispo

1998-2002

Adjunct Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara

2001-Present

Postdoctoral Associate, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University
New Brunswick, New Jersey

1996-1997

Guest Lecturer, Department of Biology, Middlesex Community
College, New Jersey

1997

Guest Lecturer, Department of Biological Sciences, University
of California, Santa Barbara

1993-1996

Teaching Assistant , Department of Biological Sciences, University
of California, Santa Barbara

1991-1996

Graduate Research Assistant , Marine Science Institute, University
of California, Santa Barbara

1991-1996

Laboratory Analyst I,Center for Remote Sensing and Environmental Optics,
University of California, Santa Barbara

1990

Research Associate, Horn Point Environmental Laboratories, University
of Maryland, Cambridge, Maryland

1986-1990

Administrative Coordinator for Science, Communications, and Aircraft Logistics,
McMurdo Station, Antarctica. National Science Foundation.

1987-1988

Research Technician, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Marion, Alabama.

1986

Oceanographic and Field Research Expeditions (Only expeditions > 1 week, over 100 1-3 day expeditions)
(# indicates involvement of students)


  • 2010# Palau (2 weeks). Autonomous vehicle sampling of coral reef systems
  • 2010# Svalbard, Norway (4 weeks). Polar Night Studies
  • 2009# R/V Kilo Moana Hawaiian Islands (1 week). Autonomous platforms
  • 2009# R/V Knorr Hawaiian Island (1 week). Adaptive sampling with autonomous platform
  • 2009# Svalbard, Norway (4 weeks). Climate change research
  • 2008# Monterey Bay (6 weeks) Adaptive sampling with autonomous platforms
  • 2008#Svalbard, Norway (6 weeks). Light and Primary Production
  • 2007 Svalbard, Norway (4 weeks). Climate change research
  • 2007#R/V Sharp, North Atlantic (2 weeks) Ocean optics
  • 2006# Penobscot River Mouth, Maine (1 week) CDOM distributions in near shore waters
  • 2006# San Pedro Bay, California (4 weeks) Near shore distributions of biological material
  • 2006# Monterey Bay (1 week) GOES-R glider deployments
  • 2006# Monterey Bay (4 weeks) Adaptive sampling with autonomous platforms
  • 2006# Monterey Bay (2 weeks) Layered organization in the coastal ocean
  • 2006 Sequim Bay (1 week) Near shore dynamics/Dye tracking
  • 2006# R/V Oceanus Mid-Atlantic Bight (2 weeks) Lagrangian transport and transformation experiment
  • 2005 Sequim Bay (1 week) Near shore dynamics/Bathymetry
  • 2005# R/V Oceanus Mid-Atlantic Bight (2 weeks) Lagrangian transport and transformation experiment
  • 2005# Southern California Bight (1 week) Autonomous vehicle operations – Internal tides/wastewater outfalls
  • 2005# West Florida Shelf (2 weeks) Autonomous vehicle operations for detecting the presence of red-tide
  • 2004# R/V Connecticut Mid-Atlantic Bight (1 week) Lagrangian transport and transformation experiment (Chief Scientist)
  • 2004# West Florida Shelf (2 weeks) Autonomous vehicle operations for detecting the presence of red-tide
  • 2003#Monterey Bay (2 weeks) Autonomous oceanographic sampling networks II
  • 2003 West Florida Shelf (2 weeks) Autonomous vehicle operations for detecting the presence of red-tide
  • 2002#  Monterey Bay (1 week) Autonomous oceanographic sampling networks II
  • 2001# R.V. Walford, Mid-Atlantic Bight (4 weeks) Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
  • 2000# R.V. Walford, Mid-Atlantic Bight (6 Weeks) Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
  • 2000# R/V Shane Rae, Monterey Bay (2 weeks) Bioluminescence distributions in the coastal ocean
  • 1999# R/V Walford, Mid-Atlantic Bight Coastal Predictive Skill Experiments off New Jersey (4 weeks) Impact of upwelling coastal optical properties
  • 1998 R/V Caleta, Mid-Atlantic Bight (6 weeks) Coastal predictive skill experiments
  • 1997 R/V Caleta, Mid-Atlantic Bight (6 weeks) Coastal predictive skill experiments
  • 1997 OSV Anderson, West Florida Shelf (2 weeks) Physiology of natural populations of toxic Gymnodinium breve red-tides
  • 1994 R/V Polar Duke, Bellinghausen Sea (8 weeks) Long-term ecosystem research
  • 1993 Palmer Station, Antarctica (16 weeks) Long-term ecosystem research
  • 1993 R/V Polar Duke, Bellinghausen Sea (14 weeks) Impact of Antarctic ozone hole of phytoplankton physiology
  • 1993 R/V Polar Duke, Bellinghausen Sea (4 weeks) Long-term ecosystem research
  • 1992 Palmer Station, Antarctica (36 weeks) Long-term ecosystem research
  • 1992 R/V Polar Duke, Bellinghausen Sea (4 weeks) Long-term ecosystem research
  • 1991 Palmer Station, Antarctica (36 weeks) Long-term ecosystem research
  • 1990 R/V Polar Duke, Bellinghausen Sea (12 weeks) Impact of Antarctic ozone hole of spring phytoplankton blooms
  • 1990 Amazon River Basin, Brazil (20 weeks) Floodplain Ecology
  • 1989 Amazon River Basin, Brazil (36 weeks) Floodplain Ecology
  • 1988 Amazon River Basin, Brazil (16 weeks) Floodplain Ecology
  • 1986 Lizard Island, Australia (4 weeks) Crown of thorns starfish ecology
  • 1985 McMurdo Station, Antarctica (20 weeks) Phytoplankton physiology and ecology
  • 1985 R/V Cape Hatteras, Sargasso Sea (2 weeks) Phytoplankton physiology and ecology
  • 1985 R/V Warfield, Chesapeake Bay (1 week) Phytoplankton physiology and ecology

Honors & Awards:


  • 2008 Senior Fellow, California Council on Science and Technology
  • 2007 Distinguished Scholarship Award, Cal Poly State University
  • 2005 Editors’ Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, American Geophysical Union
  • 2004 Earth Systems Scholar, NASA
  • 2002 Invited Scientist National Academy of Sciences Frontiers of Science Symposium
  • 2002 National Research Distinction Award
  • 2001 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
  • 2000 Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award
  • 1999 NASA New Investigator Program Award
  • 1998 Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research (SCAR) Travel Grant, NSF
  • 1997 Invited Scientist DIALOG II Symposium
  • 1995 Graduate Division’s Dissertation Fellowship, UCSB
  • 1995 Graduate Travel Grant, UCSB
  • 1995 Instructional Improvement Grant, UCSB
  • 1994 Instructional Improvement Grant, UCSB
  • 1992 University of California Research Diver Certificate
  • 1990 Brazilian Research (EMBRAPA) Fellowship, Manaus, Brazil
  • 1987 Departmental Distinction, Biology, St. Olaf College
  • 1986 Antarctic Service Medal, National Science Foundation
  • 1985 Antarctic Service Medal, National Science Foundation
  • 1985 National Sea Grant Fellow, Horn Point Laboratories, University of Maryland

Research Projects:


  • Coastal Ocean Currents Monitoring Program (COCMP)
  • Center for Integrative Coastal Observation, Research and Education (CICORE)
  • Lagrangian Transport and Transformation Experiment (LATTE)
  • Laboratory for the Ocean Observatory Knowledge Integration Grid
  • Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (SCCOOS)
  • Field Stations and Marine Laboratory for a Flowing Seawater System at the Cal Poly Pier
  • Bioluminescence Potential in the Transition Zone to Very Shallow Water (VSW)

 

Publications (students underlined):


Haddock, S., M. A. Moline and J. F. Case. 2010. Bioluminescence in the sea. Annual Review of Marine Science. 2: 293-343.

Benoit-Bird, K. J., M. A. Moline, C. M. Waluk, and I. C. Robbins. 2009. Integrated measurements of acoustical and optical thin layers I: Vertical scales of association. Continental Shelf Research, 30 (1): 17-28.doi:10.1016/j.csr.2009.08.001.

Moline, M. A., K. J. Benoit-Bird, I. C. Robbins, M. Schroth-Miller, C. M. Waluk, B. Zelenke. 2009. Integrated measurements of acoustical and optical thin layers II: Horizontal length scales. Continental Shelf Research, 30 (1): 29-38.doi:10.1016/j.csr.2009.08.004.

Sullivan, J.M.,  M.A. McManus, O.M. Cheriton, K.J. Benoit-Bird, L. Goodman, Z. Wang, J.P. Ryan,  M. Stacey, D. Van Holiday, C. Greenlaw, M.A. Moline, and M. McFarland. 2010. Layered organization in the coastal ocean: An introduction to planktonic thin layers and the LOCO project. Continental Shelf Research, 30 (1): 1-6.

Moline, M. A., and O. M. Schofield. 2009. Remote real-time video-enabled docking for underwater autonomous platforms. J. Atmos. Oceanic. Technol. 26 (12): 2665–2672, doi: 10.1175/2009JTECHO666.1.

Moline, M. A., S. M. Blackwell, J. F. Case, S. H. D. Haddock, C.M. Herren, C.M. Orrico, E. Terrill. 2009. Bioluminescence to reveal structure and interaction of coastal planktonic communities. Deep-Sea Res. Part II. 56: 232-245, doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.08.002.

Chao, Y., L. Zhijin, J. Farrara, J. C. McWilliams, J. Bellingham, X. Capet, F. Chavez, J-K Choi, R. Davis, J. Doyle, D. Fratantoni, P. Marchesiello, M. A. Moline, J. Paduan and S. Ramp. 2009. Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Data-Assimilative Ocean Forecasting System off the Central California Coast. Deep-Sea Res. Part II. 56: 100-126, doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.08.011.

Moline, M.A., T.K. Frazer, R. Chant, S. Glenn, C.A. Jacoby, J.R. Reinfelder, J. Yost, M. Zhou, and O. Schofield. 2008. Biological Responses in a Dynamic Buoyant River Plume. Oceanography, 21 (4): 70-89.

Chant, R.J.,  J. Wilkin, W. Zhang, B.-J. Choi, E. Hunter, R. Castelao, S. Glenn, J. Jurisa, O. Schofield, R. Houghton, J. Kohut, T.K. Frazer, and M.A. Moline. 2008. Dispersal of the Hudson River Plume in the New York Bight: Synthesis of Observational and Numerical Studies During LaTTE. Oceanography, 21 (4): 148-161.

Dickey, T. D., E. C. Itsweire, M. A. Moline, and M. J. Perry. 2008. Introduction to the Limnology and Oceanography Special Issue on Autonomous and Lagrangian Platforms and Sensors (ALPS). Limnol. Oceano., 53: 2251-2263.

Kirkpatrick, G.J., D.F. Millie, M.A. Moline, S.E. Lohrenz , Schofield, O. M. 2008. Phytoplankton community composition observed by autonomous underwater vehicle. In: Moestrup, Tester, P. A.,  Enevoldsen, H. (eds.). Proceedings of the XIIth International Conference on Harmful Algae. ISSHA and IOC of UNESCO, Paris. 397 pp.

Bensky, T. J., L. Clemo, C. Gilbert, B. Neff, M. A. Moline, and D. Rohan. 2008. Observation of nanosecond laser induced fluorescence of in vitro seawater phytoplankton. Appl. Opt., 47: 3980-3986, doi:10.1364/AO.47.003980.

Moline, M. A., N. Karnovsky, Z. Brown, G. Divoky, T. Frazer, C. Jacoby, J. Torres and W. Fraser. 2008. High latitude changes in ice dynamics and their impact on polar marine ecosystems. In: The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 2008. R. S. Ostfeld and W. H. Schlesinger (eds.).  Annals New York Acad. Sci., 1134: 267–319, doi: 10.1196/annals.1439.010.

Connolly, J. A., M. J. Oliver, J. M. Beaulieu, C. A. Knight, L. Tomanek and M. A. Moline. Correlated evolution of gemone size and cell volume in diatoms (Bacillariophyceae). J. Phycol., 124-131, doi: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.2007.00452.x.

Moline, M. A., M. J. Oliver, C. D. Mobley, L. Sundman, T. Bensky, T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, J. Case, E. H. Raymond, and O. M. E. Schofield . 2007. Bioluminescence in a complex coastal environment: 1. Temporal dynamics of nighttime water-leaving radiance. J. Geophys. Res., 112, C11016, doi:10.1029/2007JC004138.

Oliver, M. J., M. A. Moline, C. D. Mobley, L. Sundman, and O. M. E. Schofield. 2007. Bioluminescence in a complex coastal environment: 2. Prediction of bioluminescent source depth from spectral water-leaving radiance. J. Geophys. Res., 112, C11017, doi:10.1029/2007JC004136.

Schofield, O., Bosch, J., Glenn, S. M., Kirkpatrick, G., Kerfoot, J., Moline, M., Oliver, M., Bissett, W. P. 2007. Bio-optics in integrated ocean observing networks: potential for studying harmful algal blooms. In Real Time Coastal Observing Systems for Ecosystems Dynamics and Harmful Algal Blooms. Babin, M. Roelser, C. and Cullen, J. J. (Eds) UNESCO, Paris. 85-108.

Blackwell, S. M., M. A. Moline, A. Schaffner, T. Garrison and G. Chang. 2007. Sub-kilometer length scales in coastal waters. Cont. Shelf Res. doi:10.1016/j.csr.2007.07.009.

Moline, M.A., D.L. Woodruff and N.R. Evans. 2007. Optical Delineation of Benthic Habitat Using an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle. J. Field Robotics. 24 (6): 461-471. doi: 10.1002/rob.20176.

Robbins, I.C., G.J. Kirkpatrick, S.M. Blackwell, J. Hillier, C.A. Knight and M.A. Moline. 2006. Improved monitoring of HABs using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV). Harmful Algae, 6 (6): 931–943, doi:10.1016/j.hal.2006.03.005.

Schofield, O., J. Kerfoot, K. Mahoney, M. A. Moline, M. Oliver, S. Lohrenz and G. Kirkpatrick.  2006. Vertical migration of the toxic dinoflagellate Karenia brevis and the impact on ocean optical properties. J. Geophys. Res., 111, C06009, doi: 10.1029/2005JC003115.

Trees, C. C., Bissett, P. W., Dierssen, H., Kohler, D. D.R., Moline, M. A., Mueller, J. L., Pieper, R. E., Twardowski, M. S., Zaneveld, J. R.V. 2005. Monitoring Water Transparency and Diver Visibility in Ports and Harbors Using Aircraft Hyperspectral Remote Sensing. Photonics for Port and Harbor Security, Vol. 5780, 91-98.

Shulman, I., McGillicuddy Jr., D.J., Moline, M.A., Haddock, S. H.D., Kindle, J.C., Nechaev, D., Phelps, M.W. 2005. Bioluminescence Intensity Modeling and Sampling Strategy Optimization. J. Atm. Oceanic Tech., Vol. 22: 1267-1281.

Moline, M. A., Blackwell, S. M., Von Alt, C., Allen, B., Austin, T., Case, J., Forrester, N., Goldsborough, R., Purcell, M., Stokey, R. 2005. Remote Environmental Monitoring Units: An Autonomous Vehicle for Characterizing Coastal Environments. J. Atm. Oceanic Tech., Vol. 22: 1797-1808.

Moline, M., Bissett, P., Blackwell, S., Mueller, J., Sevadjian, J., Trees, C., Zaneveld, R. 2005. An autonomous vehicle approach for quantifying bioluminescence in ports and harbors. Photonics for Port and Harbor Security, 5780-13: 81-87.

Herren, C. M., Haddock, S. H.D., Johnson, C., Orrico, C. M., Moline, M. A., Case, J. F. 2005. A multi-platform bathyphotometer for fine-scale, coastal bioluminescence research. Limnol. Oceanogr: Methods 3: 247-262.

Prezelin, B. B., Hofmann, E. E., Moline, M., Klinck, J. M. 2004. Physical forcing of phytoplankton community structure and primary production in continental shelf waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of Marine Science, 62: 419-460.

Moline, M. A., Arnone, R., Bergmann, T., Glenn, S., Oliver, M. J., Orrico, C., Schofield, O., Tozzi, S. 2004. Variability in spectral backscatter estimated from satellites and its relation to in situ measurements in optically complex coastal waters. Int. J. Remote Sensing, 25(7-8): 1465-1468.

Oliver, M. , O. Schofield, T. Bergmann, S. Glenn, C. Orrico, R. Chant, S. Blackwell and M. A. Moline. Episodic physical forcing and the structure of phytoplankton in the coastal waters of New Jersey. J. Geophys. Res., 109, C12S05, doi: 10.1029/2003JC001985.

Schofield, O., Arnone, R., Bissett, W. P., Dickey, T., Davis, Curt, Finkel, Z., Oliver, M. J., Moline, M. A. 2004. Watercolors in the coastal zone: What can we see? Oceanography 17(2): 24-43.

Chang, G., K. Mahoney, A. Briggs-Whitmire, D. D. R. Kohler, C. D. Mobley, M. Lewis, M. A. Moline, E. Boss, M. Kim, W. Philpot and T. D. Dickey. The new age of hyperspectral oceanography. Oceanography 17(2): 16-23.

Moline , M. A. , H. Claustré, T. Frazer, O. Schofield and M. Vernet. 2004. Alteration of the food web along the Antarctic Peninsula in response to a regional warming trend. Global Change Biology, in press.

Oliver, M., J. Kohut, A. Irwin, O. Schofield. S. Glenn, M. A. Moline, and W.P. Bissett 2004. Bioinformatic approaches for objective detection of water masses. Journal Geophysical Research – NEOS Special Section. Vol 109 C07S04 doi: 10.1029/2003JC002072.

Oliver, M., O. Schofield, T. Bergmann, S. Glenn, C. Orrico and M. A. Moline. Deriving in situ phytoplankton absorption for bio-optical productivity models in turbid waters. J. Geophys. Res., 109, C07S11, doi: 10.1029/2002JC001627.

Kirkpatrick, G. J., C. Orrico, M. A. Moline and O. Schofield, O. Continuous real-time determination of hyperspectral absorption of colored dissolved organic matter. Applied Optics, 42(33): 6564-6568 .

Schofield, O., P. W. Bissett, T. K. Frazer, D. Iglesias-Rodriguez, M. A. Moline and S. Glenn. Development of regional coastal ocean observatories and the potential benefits to marine sanctuaries. In: (J. Lindholm, ed) Science,Technology and Managment in the US National Marine Sanctuary Program. Marine Technology Society Journal, 37: 54-67.

Tozzi, S., O. Schofield, T. Bergmann, M. A. Moline and R. Arnone. Variability in measured and modeled remote sensing reflectance for coastal waters at LEO-15. Journal of International Remote Sensing, 25(7-8): 1469-1472.

Blackwell, S., J. Case, S. Glenn, J. Kohut, M. A. Moline, M. Purcell, O. Schofield and C. VonAlt. 2002. A new AUV platform for studying near shore bioluminescence structure. In: Proceedings of the 12 th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence, Herring, P. J., L. J. Kricka and P. E. Stanley, editors. World Scientific, London, pp. 197-200.

Chang G. C., T. D. Dickey, O. Schofield, A. D. Weidemann , E. Boss, M. A. Moline and S. M. Glenn. 2002. Nearshore physical forcing of bio-optical parameters in the New York Bight. J. Geophysical Research, ref. 10.1029/2001JC001018.

Moline , M.A., R. Arnone, T. Bergmann, S. Glenn, M. Oliver, C. Orrico, O. Schofield and S. Tozzi. 2002 Variability in spectral backscatter estimated from satellites and its relation to in situ measurements in optically complex coastal waters. Journal of International Remote Sensing, 25(7-8): 1465-1468.

Schofield, O., T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, F. Grassle, D. Haidvogel, J. Kohut, M. A. Moline and S. Glenn. 2002. The Long-Term Ecosystem Observatory: An integrated coastal observatory. IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering. 27:146-154.

Moline, M. A. , E. Heine, J. Case, C. Herren and O. Schofield. 2001. Spatial and temporal variability of bioluminescence potential in coastal regions. In: (J. F. Case, P. J. Herring, S. H. D . Haddock, L. J. Kricka and P. E. Stanley eds.) Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence 2000. World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore, 123-126.

Moline, M. A., W. P. Bisset, S. Glenn, D. Haidvogel and O. Schofield. 2001. Adaptive sampling in the coastal ocean at the long ecosystem observatory. In: (S. Ackleson and J. Marra eds.) Ocean Optics XV. Office of Naval Research, Washington D.C.

Moline, M. A., O. Schofield and J. Grzymski. 2001. Impact of dynamic light and nutrient environments on phytoplankton communities in the coastal ocean. In: (M. Ruth and J. Lindholm eds.) Dynamic Modeling for Marine Conservation. Springer-Verlag, Amsterdam., pp. 144-163.

J. Grzymski, J., M. A. Moline and J. T. Cullen. 2001. Modeling the atmosphere/ocean CO 2 cycle in relation to surface Fe concentrations . In: (M. Ruth and J. Lindholm eds.) Dynamic Modeling for Marine Conservation. Springer-Verlag, Amsterdam. pp. 125-143.

Moline, M. A., H. Claustré, T. Frazer, J. Grymski, O. Schofield and M. Vernet. 2001. Changes in phytoplankton assemblages and potential implications for the Antarctic food web. In: (Davidson. B. ed.) Antarctic Ecosystems: Models for Wider Ecological Understanding. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 263-271.

Noah Doughty, M. A. Moline, and A. Schaffner. 2000. Spatial and temporal variations in Zostera marina response to environmental change: An assessment of a possible bioindicator in Morro Bay Estuary. (REPORT) Morro Bay National Estuary Program.

Bissett, W. P., O. Schofield, C. D. Mobley, M. F. Crowley and M. A. Moline. 2000. Optical remote sensing techniques in biological oceanography. In: (Paul, J. ed.) Methods in Microbiology, Vol 30. Academic Press, London. pp. 519-540.

Schofield, O. , T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, M. A. Moline and C. Orrico. Inverting inherent optical signatures in the nearshore coastal waters at the Long Term Ecosystem Observatory: J. Geophys. Res., in press.

Glenn, S., O. Schofield, R. Arnone, T. Bergmann, P. Bissett, R. Chant, M. Crowley, J. Cullen, D. Haidvogel, J. Kohut, M. A. Moline and T. Song. Studying the biogeochemical impact of summertime upwelling using a coastal ocean observatory. J. Geophys. Res., submitted.

Moline, M.A., T. Bergmann, S. Blackwell, R. Chant, S. Glenn, M. Oliver, C. Orrico and O.M.E Schofield . Episodic events and the structuring of phytoplankton communities in the nearshore coastal ocean. J. Geophys. Res., submitted.

Moline, M. A., T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, J. Case, C. Herren, C. Mobley, M. Oliver, O. Schofield and L. Sundman. Estimation of bioluminescence leaving radiance from in situ measurements. Applied Optics, in prep.

Moline, M. A. and A. Schaffner. 2000. Effects of water temperature on the distribution and abundance of intertidal organisms in Field's Cove. (REPORT) Tenera Environmental.

Kirkpatrick, G. J., O. Schofield, D. F. Millie and M. A. Moline. 2000. Optical discrimination of a phytoplankton species in natural mixed populations. Limnol. Oceanogr 45: 467-471.

Schofield , O., Bergmann, T., Bissett, W. P., and Moline, M. A. 2000. Deconvolving phytoplankton community composition absorption from bulk measurements in turbid coastal waters. Ocean Optics XV3: 158.

Moline, M. A., W. P. Bissett, S. Glenn, D. Haidvogel and O. Schofield. 2000. An operational multi-scale real-time long-term ecosystem observatory (LEO-15) for the coastal ocean. Ocean Optics XV1: 85.

Tozzi, S., O. Schofield, M. A. Moline, T. Bergmann, M. Crowley and R. Arnone. 2000. Variability in measured and modeled remote sensing reflectance and comparison of SeaWiFS and in situ chl a distribution for coastal waters at LEO-15. Ocean Optics XV3: 128-138.

Bergmann, T., O. Schofield, J. Cullen, S. Glenn and M. A. Moline. 2000. Concurrence of inherent optical properties and particulate organic carbon concentrations in the Middle Atlantic Bight: Applications of ocean color imagery in coastal waters Ocean Optics XV3: 60-67.

Moline, M. A. and B. B. Prézelin. 2000. Optical fractionation of chlorophyll and primary production for coastal waters of the Southern Ocean. Polar Biology. 23: 129-136.

Moline, M. A., J. Case, E. Heine, C. Herren and O Schofield. Spatial and temporal variability of bioluminescence potential in coastal regions. Luminescence 15: 218.

Schofield, O., J. Grzymski, P. Bissett, G. J. Kirkpatrick, D. F. Millie and M. A. Moline. 1999. Optical monitoring and forecasting systems for harmful algal blooms: Possibility or pipe dream? J. Phycol 35: 1476-1496.

Kirkpatrick, G. J., O. Schofield, D. F. Millie and M. A. Moline. 1999. Optical discrimination of a phytoplankton species in natural mixed populations. SPIE Ocean Optics XIV3: 60-67

Moline, M. A., O. Schofield and N. Boucher. 1998. Photosynthetic parameters and empirical modeling of primary production in the Southern Ocean. Antarctic Science 10: 45-54.

Moline, M. A . 1998. Photoadaptive response during the development of a coastal Antarctic diatom bloom and relationship to water column stability. Limnol. Oceanogr. 43:146-153.

Schofield, O., J. Grzymski, M. A. Moline and R. V. M. Jovine. 1998. Impact of temperature on photoinhibition of photosynthesis in the red-tide dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense (Ca28). J. Plank. Res. 20: 1241-1258.

Prézelin, B. B., M. A. Moline and H. A. Matlick. 1998. Icecolors '93: Spectral UV radiation effects on Antarctic frazil ice algae. In: M. P. Lizzotte and K. R. Arrigo (eds.) Antarctic Sea Ice - Biological Processes. Antarctic Research Series. American Geophysical Union. 73: 45-83

Moline, M. A., B. B. Prézelin and O. Schofield. 1997. Stable interannual successional patterns of phytoplankton communities in the coastal waters off Palmer Station, Antarctica. Antarctic Journal of the United States. 32(5): 151-153.

Moline, M. A., B. B. Prézelin, O. Schofield and R. C. Smith. 1997. Temporal dynamics of coastal Antarctic phytoplankton: Environmental driving forces and impact of a 1991-1992 summer diatom bloom on the nutrient and light regimes. In B. Battaglia, J. Valencia, and D. W. H. Walton (eds.) Antarctic Communities. Cambridge University Press. pp. 67-72.

Moline, M. A. and B. B. Prézelin. 1997. High-resolution time-series data for in situ carbon fixation at a Palmer LTER site and its implications for modeling primary production in the Southern Ocean. Polar Biology. 17 (1):39-53.

Claustre, H., M. A. Moline and B. B. Prézelin. 1997. Sources of variability in the column photosynthetic cross section for Antarctic coastal waters. Journal of Geophysical Research. 102(C11): 25,047-25,060.

Moline, M. A. and B. B. Prézelin. 1996. Palmer LTER 1991-1994: Long-term monitoring and analyses of physical factors regulating variability in coastal Antarctic phytoplankton biomass, in situ productivity and taxonomic composition over subseasonal, seasonal and interannual time scales. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 145:143-160.

Moline, M. A., B. B. Prézelin and H. Claustre 1996. Light-saturated primary productivity in Antarctic coastal waters. Antarctic Journal of the United States. 31(5):105-107.

Schofield, O., M. A. Moline and B. B. Prézelin 1995. Palmer LTER: Photoadaptation in a coastal phytoplankton bloom. Antarctic Journal of the United States. 30(5):260-262.

Moline, M. A., O. Schofield and B. B. Prézelin 1995. Statistical analyses of environmental predictors for phytoplankton photosynthetic parameters and productivity in an Antarctic time-series database. Antarctic Journal of the United States. 30(5):162-165.

Schofield, O., M. A. Moline and B. B. Prézelin 1994. Palmer LTER: Photoadaptation in a coastal phytoplankton bloom and impact on the radiation utilization efficiency for carbon fixation. Antarctic Journal of the United States 29(5): 214-216.

Moline, M. A. and B. B. Prézelin 1994. Palmer LTER: Impact of a large diatom bloom on macro nutrient distribution in Arthur Harbor during austral summer 1991-1992. Antarctic Journal of the United States 29(5): 217-219.

Boucher, N., B. B. Prézelin, T. Evans, R. Jovine, B. Kroon, M. A. Moline, and O. Schofield 1994. Icecolors '93: Biological weighting function for the UV inihibtion of carbon fixation in a natural Antarctic phytoplankton community. Antarctic Journal of the United States 29(5): 272-275.

Prézelin, B. B., M. A. Moline, K. Seydel and K. Scheppe 1992. Palmer LTER: Temporal variability in HPLC pigmentation and inorganic nutrient distribution in surface waters adjacent to Palmer Station, December 1991-February 1992. Antarctic Journal of the United States 27(5):245-248.

Prézelin, B. B., N. P. Boucher, M. A. Moline, E. Stephens, K. Seydel and K. Scheppe 1992. Palmer LTER: Spatial variability in phytoplankton distribution and surface photosynthetic potential within the farfield grid, November 1991. Antarctic Journal of the United States 27(5):242-245.

Harell, R. M. and M. A. Moline. 1992. Comparative stress dynamics of brood stock striped bass Marone saxatillis associated with two capture techniques. J. W. Aqu. Soc. 23(1):58-62.

Fisher, T. R. and M. A. Moline. 1992. Seasonal plant cover on the Amazon river floodplain determined with aerial videography and image analysis. In: C.H. Blazquez (ed.) Color Aerial Photography in the Plant Sciences and Related Fields. Am. Soc. for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. pps. 207-216.

Fisher, W. S., M. M. Chintala and M. A. Moline. 1989. Annual variation of estuarine and oceanic oyster Crassostrea virginica Gmelin hemocyte capacity. J. Exp. Mar. Bio. Ecol. 127:105-120.


Invited Presentations:


2008 Moline, M. A. Transforming Ocean Science: Advanced Robotics for Sampling Marine Environments. Distinguished Scholar Program, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.

2007 Moline, M. A. REMUS AUVs in Coastal Waters. Advanced Physics Laboratory. University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

2007 Moline, M. A. Autonomous Underwater Vehicles for California Coastal Water. California Ocean Protection Council, Moss Landing, CA.

2007 Moline, M. A. Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring in the Morro Bay Estuary. National Estuary Program. Morro Bay, CA.

2006 Moline, M. A. Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring in the Morro Bay Estuary. National Estuary Program. State of the Bay Conference. Morro Bay, CA.

2006 Moline, M. A. REMUS AUVs in Coastal Oceanography. Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) for Scientific Applications. Woods Hole, MA.

2006 Moline, M. A. REMUS AUVs in Coastal Oceanography. National Undersea Research Program/National Institute for Underwater Science and Technology AUV Workshop. Moss Landing, CA.

2004 Moline, M. A., O. M. E. Schofield and G. Kirkpatrick. Nested Autonomous Platforms for Mapping Harmful Algal Blooms. ACT – ALPS workshop.  Portland, ME.

2002 Schofield, O., Moline, M. A., Bissett, W. P., Haidvogel, D., Glenn, S. M. Evolution of LEO into a shelf-wide observatory. Ocean Sciences Meeting Honolulu, HI.

2002 Moline, M. A. Adaptive Sampling of Phytoplankton Responses to Episodic Physical Forces in the Nearshore Coastal Ocean: Characterizing the Significance of Convergences in Upwelling Eddies . NASA PECASE awards ceremony. Washington D.C.

2001 Moline , M. A. Mechanisms for structuring coastal phytoplankton assemblages in polar marine environments. Gordon Research Conference – Polar Marine Science. Ventura, CA.

2000 Moline, M. A., W. P. Bisset, S. Glenn, D. Haidvogel and O. Schofield. An operational multi-scale real-time long-term ecosystem observatory (LEO-15) for the coastal ocean. Ocean Optics XV . Monaco.

1999 Moline,M. A., T. Bergmann, S. Glenn, J. Grzymski and O. Schofield Characterizing the variability in the inherent and apparent optical properties during the LEO-15 1998 coastal predictive skill experiments. ASLO Santa Fe.

1998 Moline, M. A. Photosynthesis in the open ocean. (May) Cuesta College.


Contributed Presentations:

2010 Weston, J., M. Moline, D. Wendt, L. Hibler, J. Penvenne, I. Robbins, and B. Zelenke. Coupling of Water Quality Data and a Circulation Model to Interpret Nitrate Sources and Distribution within Morro Bay Estuary, California. Ocean Sciences Meeting. Portland, OR. GO35C-17

2010 Orrico, C., M. Moline, A H Barnard, I Robbins, B C Zelenke, J Koegler, W Strubhar, J R Zaneveld, C Moore. Using bioluminescence and water optical properties as a tool for monitoring ecosystem dynamics in coastal environments. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. BO14A-04

2010 Chang, G., M S Twardowski, S Freeman, Y You, M. Moline, C Jones, D Hansen, P Zhai, A H Barnard, G W Kattawar. Optical Variability and the Prediction of Underwater Visibility. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. IT15M-01

2010 Hibler, L.F., M. Moline, A. R. Maxwell, J. Weston and D. E. Wendt. Tidal Circulation Modeling in Morro Bay, California.  Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. PO15E-16

2010 Shulman, I., R. A. Arnone, W. J. Teague, R. W. Gould, J. K. Jolliff, B. Penta, S. C. Anderson, S. deRada, H. W. Wijesekera, Z. Lee, B. Lubac, J. W. Book, F. Chavez, O. Schofield, M. Moline,J. P. Ryan. Bio-Optical Studies of Predictability and Assimilation for the Coastal Environment (BIOSPACE). Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. PO24A-05

2010 Lydon, A.M., M. Moline. Gene flow between populations of Laminaria digitata along Spitzbergen and mainland Norway. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. BO45B-15

2010 Zelenke, B., M. Moline, D. E. Wendt, G. B. Crawford, N. Garfield, B. H. Jones, J. L. Largier, J. D. Paduan, S. R. Ramp, E. J. Terrill, and L. Washburn.  Evaluating the Connectivity Potential Between Marine Protected Areas Using CODAR High-Frequency Radar.  Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. IT54C-06

2010 Choboter, P., C. M. Clark, M. Moline. Efficient Assimilation of AUV Data in a High-Resolution Coastal Model. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR. PO45T-13

2009 Rankin, S., and M. A. Moline. A study of the mechanisms of toxic algal succession along the California coast. 5th US HAB Symposium. Ocean Shores, WA.

2009 Zelenke, B., M. A. Moline, G. B. Crawford, N. Garfield, B. H. Jones, J. L. Largier, J. D. Paduan, S. R. Ramp, E. J. Terrill, and L. Washburn. Evaluating Connectivity between Marine Protected Areas Using CODAR High-Frequency Radar.  OCEANS 2009 MTS/IEEE Conference, Biloxi, MS.

2009 Griffiths, G., M. Brito, I. Robbins and M. A. Moline. Reliability of two REMUS-100 AUVs based on fault log analysis and elicited expert judgment. Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Unmanned Untethered Submersible Technology, UUST09, Autonomous Undersea Systems Institute, Lee, NH.

2009 Zelenke, B., M. A. Moline, G. B. Crawford, N. Garfield, B. H. Jones, J. L. Largier, J. D. Paduan, S. R. Ramp, E. J. Terrill, and L. Washburn. Evaluating the Connectivity between Central California Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) Using CODAR HF-Radar Measurements.  Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Currents Symposium, Monterey, CA.

2009 Weston, J., M. Moline, D. Wendt, J. Penvenne, I. Robbins, B. Zelenke and A. Lydon.Water Quality and Its Role in Ecosystem-based Management of Morro Bay Estuary. California Estuarine Research Society 2009 Annual Meeting. Bodega Bay, CA.

2009 Zelenke, B. and M. A. Moline.  Back-projection and Prediction with High-frequency (HF) Radar Ocean Surface Currents:  Computing Methodology to Expand Product Coverage.  4th Radiowave Operators Working Group (ROWG) Meeting, Norfolk, VA.

2008 Shulman, I ., R. Arnone, W. Teague, F. Chavez,  O. Schofield, M.A. Moline, B. Penta, J. Ryan, R. Gould, S. Anderson, J.K. Jolliff, J.W. Brook, S. DeRada, and J.D. Paduan. Modeling and field study of coupled bio-optical physical processes in the Monterey Bay area. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS43C-1303

2008 Cetinic, I., B.H. Jones, M.A. Moline, and O. Schofield. Particle distribution over San Pedro Shelf.  Ocean Optics XIX. Barga, Italy.

2008 Hovland, E. K., G. Johnsen, M.A. Moline. Combined use of an AUV and hyperspectral imager to mapping sea-surface and macroalgae. Ocean Optics XIX. Barga, Italy.

2008 Orrico, C., A. H. Barnard, C. Moore, M.A. Moline, I. Robbins, J. Morgan, C. Johnson, J.F. Case, J. Koegler and W. Strubhar. The underwater bioluminescence assessment tool (U-BAT): A new platform-adaptable bioluminescence sensor for coastal and open ocean environments. Ocean Optics XIX. Barga, Italy.

2008 Kirkpatrick, G., S. Lorenz, M. A. Moline and O. Schofield. Derivative analysis of light absorbance in the optical phytoplankton discriminator.  Ocean Optics XIX. Barga, Italy.

2008 Frazer, T. K., R. J. Chant, S. M. Glenn, C.A. Jacoby, S.R. Keller, M.A. Moline, J.R. Reinfelder, O. Schofield, D.D. Wright and J. Yost. Phytoplankton and zooplankton dynamics in a buoyant river plume. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL

2008 Pederson, B. A., R. Bowker, D.F. Millie, M.A. Moline, D. Kamykowski and O.M. Schofield. Temporal and spatial scales of variation in phytoplankton community structure on the West Florida continental shelf plume. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL

2008 Maxwell, A. R., L.F. Hibler and M.A. Moline. Improved fine scale model performance using AUV feedbacks in a tidally dominated system. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL

2008 Moline, M. A., C.M. Orrico, I. C. Robbins and S. M. Blackwell. Spatial and temporal coherence of plankton layers. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL

2008 Orrico, C. M., A.H. Barnard, C. Johnson, M.A. Moline, J. Koelgler, W. Strubhar, I. Robbins, J. Morgan and J.F. Case. The underwater bioluminescence assessment tool (U-BAT): A new commercially available bioluminescence sensor for coastal and open ocean environments. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL

2008 Wright, D. D., T. K. Frazer, M.A. Moline, O. Schofield, and J. R. Reinfelder. Trophic transfer of trace metals in a buoyant river plume. Ocean Sciences Meeting, Orlando, FL

2007 Zelenke, B., D. R. Elmore, and M. A. Moline.  High-Frequency Radar Ocean Surface Current Mapping at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.  3rd Radiowave Operators Working Group (ROWG) Meeting, San Diego, CA.

2007 Zelenke, B., D. R. Elmore, and M. A. Moline.  Mobile Solar Generator:  A Stand-Alone Solution for Remote Operation of High-Frequency Radar Ocean Surface Current Mapping Systems.  Radiowave Operators Working Group III, San Diego, CA.

2007 Robbins, I., A., Barnard, C. Orrico, and M. A. Moline. Autonomous CDOM Plume Mapping in Penobscot Bay, Maine: REMUS Operation and Modularity. UUST07, Autonomous Undersea Systems Institute, Lee, NH.

2007 Moline, M. A. and I. Robbins. AUV Measurement of Bioluminescence Within the Surf Zone. UUST07, Autonomous Undersea Systems Institute, Lee, NH.

2007 Reinfelder, J., T. Frazer, D. Wright, M. A. Moline and O. Schofield. Trace metal accumulation in zooplankton of the Hudson River buoyant plume. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Santa Fe, NM.

2007 Yost, J., M. A. Moline, T. Frazer, O. Schofield, J. Reinfelder, J. Connolly and C. Boland. Phytoplankton community structure and dynamics within a buoyant river plume. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Santa Fe, NM.

2006 Shulman, I., D. McGillicuddy, M. A. Moline, S. Haddock, J. Kindle, D. Nechaev and M. Phelps. Modeling and sampling strategy optimization of bioluminescence intensity. Ocean Optics XVIII. Montreal, Canada.

2006 Moline, M. A., D. Woodruff and N. Evans. Optical delineation of benthis habitat using an autonomous underwater vehicle. Ocean Optics XVIII.

2006 Terrill, E., S. Peck, L. Hazard, R. Davis, P. DiGiacomo, B. Jones, C. Keen, M. A. Moline, J. Orcutt, K. Stolzenbach, L. Washburn, H. Helling, S. Magdziarz, J. Long, M. Laughlin and J. Kasschaute. The Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System. Oceans ’06 MTS/IEEE Boston, MA.

2006 Frazer, T., S. Keller, O. Schofield, S. Glenn, J. Kohut, R. Chant, J Reinfelder, M. A. Moline, M. Zhou, R. Chen and M. Oliver. Coastal Ocean Observatories Enable Biological Investigations in a Buoyant Plume. Oceans ’06  MTS/IEEE Boston, MA.

2006 Frazer, T. K., Schofield, O., Moline, M. A., Glenn, S. M., Kohut, J., Chant, R. J., Keller, S. R., Oliver, M. J., Reinfleder, J. R., Zhou, M., Chen, R. F. LaTTE 2005: Super size me. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Kirkpatrick, G. J., Millie, D. F., Lohrenz, S. E., Moline, M. A., Robbins, I., Schofield, O. An in situ sensor of phytoplankton community structure based on light absorption. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Bensky, T., M.A. Moline, L. Clemo , D. Rohan and B. Neff. Laser-based single shot in situ mapping of spatial and temporal fluorescence kinetics using a streak camera. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Sauer, M.J., M. A. Moline, W. P. Bissett, D.D.R. Kohler, R.G. Steward. Distribution and Quantification of S. Virginica and J. Carnosa in the Morro Bay, CA Salt Marsh by Hyperspectral Imagery. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Moline, M. A., S. M. Blackwell, C. Johnson, and J. Morgan. Web Controlled Automated Profiler for Near Shore Sampling. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Connolly, J., M.A. Moline, C. Knight and M. Oliver. Exploring the Evolutionary Implications of Diatom (Bacillariophyceae) Genome Size Variation. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Bissett, W. P., M. Kadiwala, D.D.R. Kohler, R.G. Steward, C.D. Mobley, H.M. Dierssen, R.C. Zimmerman and M.A. Moline. The Application of Imaging Spectroscopy in Coastal Ocean Observing Systems. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Jones, B.H., R. Davis, P.M. DiGiacomo, M. A. Moline, J. A. Orcutt, K. D. Stolzenbach, E. Terrill and L. Washburn. The Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System. AGU/ASLO/TOS Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2006 Kirkpatrick, G. J., Moline, M. A., Lohrenz, S. E., Schofield, O. Phytoplankton community composition observed by autonomous underwater vehicle. International Conference of Harmful Algal Blooms. Copenhagen, Denmark.

2006 Glenn, S., Chant, R., Gardner, B., Houghton, R., Wilkin, J., Reinfelder, J., Chen, R., Bissett, W. P., Frazer, T., Moline, M. A., Schofield, O., Zhou, M. Lagrangrian Transport & Transformation Experiment – An Interdisciplinary Process Study of the Hudson River Plume in a Sustained Coastal Observatory. US/EU Baltic International Symposium, Klaipeda, Lithuania.

2005 Kohut, J., Chant, R. C., Houghton, R., Gardner, B., Wilkin, J., Reinfelder, J., Chen, R., Bissett, P. Moline, M. A., Schofield, O., Zhou, M. Lagrangian Transport & Transformation Experiment - An Interdisciplinary Process Study of the Hudson River Plume in an Operational Research Observatory. Oceans 2005 IEEE, Washington, D.C.

2005 Kirkpatrick, G., D. Millie, R. Stumpf, S. Wilhelm, S. Lohrenz, M. A. Moline, R. Weisberg and O. Schofield. Applications of the optical phytoplankton discriminator as an in situ component of an ocean observing system for HAB detection and tracking. Estuarine Research Federation, 18th Biennial Conference. Norlfolk, VA.

2005 Kirkpatrick, G., D. Millie, C. Heil, M. A. Moline, S. Lohrenz, R. Stumpf and O. Schofield. Detection of Karenia brevis in an early bloom stage using the Brevebuster. National HAB Symposium, October 3-6, 2005, Pacific Grove, CA.

2005 Robbins, I. C., G. J. Kirkpartick, S. M. Blackwell, J. Hiller, B. Pederson and M.A. Moline. Monitoring a Toxic Karenia brevis bloom on the West Florida Shelf using and autonomous vehicle.  American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Santiago de Compostella, Spain.

2005 Hoffmann, E.E., B.B. Prézelin, J.M. Klink, M.A. Moline, H.C. Kim. UCDW Control on Phytoplankton Community Structure and Primary Production in Continental Shelf Waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Santiago de Compostella, Spain.

2005 Frazer, T. F., M. A. Moline, Kohut, J., Chant, R. C., Houghton, R., Reinfelder, J., Chen, R., Bissett, P., J. Wilkin, Schofield, O., Zhou, M. Phytoplankton Production, Micro-zooplankton Grazing and Metals in a Buoyant Rive Plume. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Santiago de Compostella, Spain.

2005 Sauer, M.J., M.A. Moline, W.P. Bissett, D.D.R. Kohler, R.G. Stewart, R. C. Zimmerman, H.M. Dierssen. Distribution and Quantification of Estuarine Vegetation in Morro Bay, CA by Hyperspectral Imagery. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Santiago de Compostella, Spain.

2005 Moline, M. A., S. M. Blackwell, I. Robbins, G. Kirkpatrick and O. Schofield. Applications of Autonomous Vehicles in the Coastal Ocean. The International Ocean Research Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France.

2005 Frazer, T. F., Kohut, J., Chant, R. C., Houghton, R., Reinfelder, J., Chen, R., Bissett, P. Moline, M. A., Schofield, O., Zhou, M. Phytoplankton, Zooplankton and Metals in a Buoyant Plume. The International Ocean Research Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France.

2005 Schofield, O., Moline, M. A., Claustre, H., Frazer, T. F., Vernet, M. Alteration of the Food Web Along the Antarctic Peninsula in Response to a Regional Warming Trend. The International Ocean Research Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France.

2005 Schofield, O., Oliver, M., Moline, M. A. Climate Regulation of the Photosynthetic Physiology of Coastal Antarctic Phytoplankton Communities. The International Ocean Research Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France.

2005 Kerfoot, J., Kirkpatrick, G., Lohrenz, S., Mahoney, K., Moline, M. A., Schofield, O. Vertical Migration of a Karenia brevis Bloom: Implications for Remote Sensing of Harmful Algal Blooms. 10th International Conference of Harmful Algae, St. Petersburg, FL.

2005 Moline, M. A., W. P. Bissett, S. M. Blackwell, J. Mueller, C. Trees and R. Zaneveld. An Autonomous Vehicle Approach for Quantifying Bioluminescence in Ports and Harbors. SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, Orlando, FL.

2005 Trees, C. C., W. P. Bissett, H. Dierssen, D. D. R. Kohler, M. A. Moline, J. L. Mueller,  R. E. Pieper, M. S. Twardowski, J. R. V. Zaneveld. Monitoring Water Transparency and Diver Visibility in Ports and Harbors Using Aircraft Hyperspectral Remote Sensing. SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, Orlando, FL.

2005 Kirkpatrick, G., D. Millie, R. Weisberg, M. Moline, S. Lohrenz and O. Schofield. Utilizing automated, absorbance-based optical discrimination to map HAB distribution. HABSOS-GCOOS Workshop, St Petersburg, FL.

2004 Orcutt, J., M. Abbott, J. Bellingham, A. Chave, J. Delaney, R. Johnson, E. Lazowska, M. Moline, L. Smarr. Cyberinfrastructure (CI) for Interactive Ocean Observatories: LOOKING Ahead. American Geophysical Union. San Francisco, CA.

2004 Moline, M. A., S. M. Blackwell, W. P. Bissett, G. Kirkpatrick, D. Kohler, M. Sauer, and M. E. Schofield. An autonomous platform for spatial ocean color validation. October, Ocean Optics XV. Freemantle, Australia.

2004 Matteson, R., S. M. Blackwell, J. Bellingham, F. Chavez, S. Haddock, M. Oliver, O. Schofield and M. A. Moline. Bio-Optical Response to Episodic Upwelling in Monterey Bay, CA. October, Ocean Optics XV. Freemantle, Australia.

2004 Oliver, M. J., S. Glenn, J. T. Kohut, A. J. Irwin, O. M. Schofield, M. A. Moline and W. P. Bissett. Bioinformatic Approaches for Objective Detection of Water Masses on Continental Shelves. October, Ocean Optics XV. Freemantle, Australia.

2004 Arnone, R. A., R. Gould, W. P. Bissett, M. A. Moline, O. Schofield, C. Grace and C. O. Davis. Optical Classification of Water Masses Using Spectroscopy from Space. October, Ocean Optics XV. Freemantle, Australia.

2004 Kirkpatrick, G., D. Millie, M. A. Moline, S. Lohrenz R. Weisberg and O. Schofield. Recent results from the BreveBuster: has Karenia brevis lost the element of surprise? XIth International Conference on Harmful Algal Blooms, Cape Town, South Africa.

2004 Moline, M. A., S. M. Blackwell, W. P. Bissett, G. Kirkpatrick, D. Kohler, M. Sauer, and M. E. Schofield. An autonomous platform for spatial ocean color validation. September, NASA Earth Systems Scholar Network meeting. Adelphi, MD.

2004 Moline, M. A. and S. M. Blackwell. An autonomous platform for spatial ocean color validation.  NASA Ocean Color Meeting, Washington DC.

2004 Moline, M. A., S. M. Blackwell, M. Purcell, G. Kirkpatrick, J. Hillier, O.M. Schofield, W. P. Bissett and E. Terrill. Near-synoptic autonomous spatial sampling of coastal multi/hyperspectral apparent/inherent optical properties.  ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Blackwell, S. M., M. A. Moline, E. Terrill, Y. Chao. Simultaneous Assessment of Relative Autotrophy and Heterotrophy in Coastal Regimes. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Schofield, O., Glenn, S. M., Kirkpatrick, G., M. A. Moline and C. Jones. Mapping red tide using autonomous underwater Webb Gliders. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Bellingham, J. G., D. M. Fratantoni, R. E. Davis, S. Ramp, F. Chavez, S. Haddock, M. McManus, M. A. Moline, J. Paduan and A. Healey. AOSN in Monterey Bay: Observation and adaptive sampling with multiple platforms. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Moline, M.A., Blackwell, S.M., Bissett, W.P, Case, J., Kirkpatrick, G., Schofield, O.M. Autonomous sampling of coastal ocean environments.  ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Matteson, R., S. M. Blackwell, J. Bellingham, F. Chavez, S. Haddock, M. Oliver, O. Schofield and M. A. Moline. Bio-Optical Response to Episodic Upwelling in Monterey Bay, CA. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Dierssen, H., J. Ryan, R. Kudela, D. Zimmerman, W. P. Bissett, R. Steward, D. D. R. Kohler and M. A. Moline. Hyperspectral signatures and remote sensing of a red tide event in Monterey Bay using the airborne imagery. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Shoemaker, D., P. von Dassow, M. I. Latz, and M. A. Moline. Light regulation of  bioluminescence in the dinoflagellate Lingulodinium polyedrum. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Orrico, C, M, S. H. Haddock, K. Johnson, S. M. BlackwellM.A. Moline, C. M. Herren, K. Maynard and J. F. Case. Modeled bioluminescence response during an upwelling-relaxation periods in Monterey Bay, CA. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Kirkpatrick, G, J, D. F. Millie, M. A. Moline, S. E. Lohrenz, O. M. Schofield. Utilizing automated, absorbance-based optical discrimination to map phytoplankton distribution. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Shulman, I, J.C. Kindle, J. D. Paduan, S. Ramp, L. K. Rosenfeld, S. Haddock, D. J. McGillicuddy, M. A. Moline, D. Nechaev, and S. DeRada. Modeled circulation patterns and bioluminescence distribution predictions during upwelling and relaxation events in the Monterey Bay area.   ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

2004 Moline, M.A. and S. M. Blackwell. AUVs and Coastal Ocean Observatories: Development, Transition and Integration. NSF – ORION Meeting. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

2003 Montes, M. J., B.-C. Gao, C. O. Davis, and M. A. Moline. Analysis of AVIRIS Data from LEO-15 Using Tafkaa Atmospheric Correction. Proceedings of the 12th AVIRIS/HYPERION Earth Science Workshop, Pasadena, CA.

2003 Thomas, H., Sibenac, M., Haddock, S., Herren, C. M., Fuhrmann, R., Henthorn, R., Moline, M., Blackwell, S., Ryan, J., Rienecker, E. AUV Surveys of Bioluminescence and Coastal Processes in the Monterey Bay. SEE Oceans Conference, San Diego, CA.

2003 Moline, M. A., S. Blackwell, W. P. Bissett, S. Glenn, M. Purcell, C. von Alt and O. Schofield. AUV flight path optimization for sampling biological fields in the coastal ocean. TOS, New Orleans, LA.

2003 Prézelin, B. B., E. E. Hofmann, J. M.  Klinck and M. A. Moline. Recognizing Shelf Break Forcing of Phytoplankton Community Structure in Continental Shelf Waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula. JGOFS Ocean Science.  San Diego, CA.

2003 Shoemaker, D., M. A. Moline, J. Case, S. Haddock, C. Herren and S. M. Blackwell. Structure of bioluminescent communities in Monterey Bay, California, USA. ASLO, Salt Lake City, Utah.

2003 Blackwell, S. M., M. A. Moline, J. Case, S. Haddock, C. Herren, A. Schaffner and W. P. Bissett. Defining the relevant scales of bioluminescence structure in the coastal ocean. ASLO, Salt Lake City, Utah.

2003 Orrico, C. O., M. A. Moline, Y. Agrawal, T. Bergmann, J. Kerfoot, A. Schaffner and O. M. Schofield. In situ classification of phytoplankton in optically complex coastal waters. ASLO, Salt Lake City, Utah.

2002 Kitts, C., M. A. Moline, A. Schaffner, M. Samadpour, K. McNeil, S. Duffield and L. O’Connell. Identifying Sources of Escherichia coli Contamination to the Shellfish Growing Areas of the Morro Bay Estuary. California and the World Oceans ‘02. Santa Barbara, California.

2002 Case, J. F., C. Herren, S. H. D. Haddock, C. Johnson, M. A. Moline and G. Chang. A multiplatform bioluminescence detector for coastal applications. Oceans ’02 MTS/IEEE. Biloxi, Mississippi.

2002 Kirkpatrick, G. J., O. M. Schofield, D. F. Millie and M. A. Moline. In situ, automonmous optical detection and 3-D mapping of harmful algal blooms. Xth International Conference on Harmful Algae. St. Petersburg, Florida.

2002 Bissett, W. P., H. Arango, R. Arnone, R. Chant, S. Glenn, C. Mobley, M. A. Moline, O. M. Schofield, R. Steward, L. Sundman and J. Wilkin. Windmills and stray light: A quixotic quest for radiometric calibration of an airborne imaging spectrometer. Ocean Optics XVI. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2002 Davis, C., M. A. Moline, W. P. Bissett, R. Arnone, O. Scholield, S. Glenn, W. Snyder and M. Montes. Impact of spatial resolution on the observation of coastal environmental features. Ocean Optics XVI. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2002 Kohler, D., W. P. Bissett, C. O. Davis, J. Bowles, D. Dye, R. Steward, J. Britt, M. Montes, O. M. Schofield and M. A. Moline. High-resolution hyperspectral remote sensing over oceanographic scales at the LEO-15 field site. Ocean Optics XVI. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2002 Moline, M. A., T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, J. Case, C. Herren, C. Mobley, M. Oliver, O. Schofield and L. Sundman. Integrating optics and biology: Estimation of bioluminescence leaving radiance from and autonomous vertical profiler. Ocean Optics XVI. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2002 Oliver, M., O. Schofield, T. Bergmann, S. Glenn, M. A. Moline and C. Orrico. Deriving in situ phytoplankton absorption for bio-optical productivity models in turbid waters. Ocean Optics XVI. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2002 Schofield, O., T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, G. Kirkpatrick, M. A. Moline, M. J. Oliver, C. Orrico and S. Glenn. Inversion of the inherent optical properties and their utility for delineation of water masses in turbid coastal waters. Ocean Optics XVI. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2002 Schofield, O., S. Glenn, R. Chant, M. A. Moline, P. Bissett, D. Haidvogel and J. Wilkins. The evolution of a nearshore coastal observatory and the establishment of the New Jersey Shelf Observing System. International Oceanology Meeting, London England.

2002 Moline, M. A., T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, S. M. Blackwell, J. Case, C. Herren, C. Mobley, M. Oliver, O. Schofield and L. Sundman. Estimation of water leaving bioluminescence from and autonomous profiler. 12 th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence. Cambridge, England.

2002 Blackwell, S. M., J. F. Case, S. Glenn, J. Kohut, M. A. Moline, M. Purcell, O. Schofield and C. J. von Alt. A new AUV platform for studying nearshore bioluminescence structure. 12 th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence. Cambridge, England.

2002 Oliver, M. J., M. A. Moline, O. Schofield, T. Bergmann, S. Glenn and W. P. Bissett. Bio-Optical Estimates of Phytoplankton Productivity From an Autonomous In Situ Profiler in the Coastal Waters of the Mid-Atlantic Bight. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Moline, M. A., W. P. Bissett, R. Chant, S. Glenn and O. M. Schofield. Inferring Physical Processes Using Phytoplankton Structure and Bulk Optical Properties in Coastal Waters. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Haddock, S. H., E. A. Widder, M. A. Moline, J. G. Bellingham and J. F. Case. High-Resolution Measurements of Coastal Bioluminescence using Autonomous and Remotely-Operated Vehicles. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Heine, E. L., C. M. Herren, E. A. Widder and M. A. Moline. Distribution of Bioluminescence Across an Optical Front at LEO-15. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Orrico, C. M., T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett, M. A. Moline and O. M. Schofield. Deconvolution of Spectral Measurements to Derive Optically Active Constituents in Turbid Coastal Waters. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Pearson, J. A., S. M. Blackwell, N. Doughty, M. A. Moline, M. J. Oliver and C. M. Orrico. Optical estimation of Phytoplankton and Sediment Transport in Morro Bay Estuary. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI. (WINNER-Best Undergraduate Student Poster)

2002 Blackwell, S. M., J. F. Case, S. Glenn, M. A. Moline, M. Purcell and C. J. von Alt. Development of an AUV to Measure Bioluminescence in the Coastal Ocean. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI. (WINNER-Best Student Poster)

2002 Kohler, D. D., W. P. Bissett, C. O. Davis, J. Bowles, D. Dye, J. Britt, J. Bailey, R. Steward, O.M. Schofield, M. A. Moline, S. Glenn and C. Orrico. Characterization and Calibration of a Hyperspectral Coastal Ocean Remote Sensing Instrument. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Kirkpatrick, G. J., M. J. Oliver, B. A. Berg, C. Orrico, M. A. Moline, S. E. Lohrenz and O. M. Schofield. Continuous, Real-Time Determination Of Hyperspectral Absorption Of Colored Dissolved Organic Material. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2002 Schofield, O. M., W. P. Bissett, F. Grassle, D. Haidvogel, M. A. Moline, J. Wilkins and S. Glenn. Evolution of LEO into a Shelf-Wide Ocean Observatory. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

2001 Crowley, M., A. Kahl, K. Prasad, R. Arnone, T. Bergmann, O. Schofield, S. Ladner and M.A. Moline. Comparisons of SeaWiFS, MODIS, Oceansat, FY1-C, and PHILLS to In Situ Measurements in the Coastal Ocean. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California.

2001 Schofield, O., S. Glenn, D. Haidvogel, M. A. Moline and W. P. Bissett. Development of a Shelf-Wide Ocean Observatory in the Mid-Atlantic Bight. . American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California.

2001 Schofield, O., W. P. Bissett, D. Haidvogel, M. A. Moline and S. Glenn. Using the long-term ecosystem observatory for rapid environmental assessment in coastal waters. The Oceanography Society, Miami, Florida

2001 Moline , M. A. , H. Claustre, T. Frazer, O. Schofield and M. Vernet. Shift in the Antarctic Peninsula food web in response to regional warming. Gordon Conference, Ventura, California

2000 Tozzi, S., O. Schofield, , M . A.Moline, T. Bergmann, M. Crowley, R. Arnone. Variabiltiy in measured and modeled remote sensing reflectance and comparison of SeaWiFS and in situ chla a distribution for coastal waters at LEO-15. Ocean Optics VX. Monaco.

2000 Bergmann, T., O. Schofield, J. Cullen, S. Glenn and M. A.Moline. Variability in the inherent optical properties and particulate organic carbon concentrations for coastal waters in the Mid-Atlantic Bight: Impacts on ocean color imagery. Ocean Optics VX. Monaco.

2000 Schofield, O., T. Bergmann, W. P. Bissett and M. A.Moline. Deconvolving phytoplankton absorption from bulk measurements in turbid coastal waters. Ocean Optics VX. Monaco.

2000 Moline, M. A., R. Arnone, M. Oliver, C. Orrico, T. Bergmann, S. Glenn and O. Schofield. Variability in spectral backscatter estimated from satellites and its relation to in situ measurements in optically complex coastal waters. (BEST POSTER AWARD) Oceans from Space. Venice, Italy.

2000 Tozzi, S., O. Schofield, M. A.Moline, T. Bergmann, R. Arnone. Variabiltiy in measured and modeled remote sensing for coastal waters at LEO-15. Oceans from Space. Venice, Italy.

2000 Moline, M. A., J. Case, E. Heine, C. Herren and O Schofield. Spatial and temporal variability of bioluminescence potential in coastal regions. 11 th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence. Asilomar, CA.

2000 Moline, M. A., J. Case, E. Heine, C. Herren and O Schofield. High-resolution temporal sampling of nearshore vertical structure of bioluminescence. 11 th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence. Asilomar, CA.

2000 Grzymski, J., J. Bernhard, P. Falkowski, M. A.Moline and O. Schofield. A modern analog of early eukaryogenesis in the Santa Barbara Basin. Gordon Research Conference. Narragansett, RI.

2000 Moline, M. A., O. Schofield, S. Glenn, M. Crowley, M. Demarest, R. Arnone and W. P. Bisset. Assesment of phytoplankton dynamics at the Long-Term Ecosystem Observatory (LEO-15) using in water optics and remote sensing. ASLO. Copenhagen, Denmark.

2000 Demarest, M., M. A. Moline, C. Kitts and A. Schaffner. Marine prokaryote diversity and spatial scale of community heterogeneity across surface waters of the Pacific Ocean. ASLO. Copenhagen, Denmark.

2000 Schofield, O., W. P. Bissett , S. Glenn, D. Haidvogel, M. A. Moline , and A. Weidemann. Adaptive sampling in the coastal ocean at the Long Term Ecosystem Observatory. Marine Technology Society. Stennis Space Center, MS.

2000 Schofield, O., M. A. Moline, W. P. Bissett and S. Glenn. Melding physics and biology: The opportunity of coupled observation model systems. American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) & ONR San Diego, CA.

2000 Moline , M. A., J. Case, C. Herren, O. Schofield, S. Glenn and W. P. Bissett. Bioluminescence exercises at LEO-15: Summer 1999. American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) & ONR San Diego, CA.

2000 Bissett, W. P., O. Schofield and M. A. Moline. Integrating bioluminescence into nowcast/forecast systems. American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) & ONR San Diego, CA.

2000 Tozzi, S., O. Schofield, J. Grzymski, T. Bergmann, M. A. Moline and D. Peterson. Variability of the spectral signatures of coastal waters measured and modeled for the LEO-15 site. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences. San Antonio, TX.

2000 Grzymski, J., J. T. Cullen, E. L. Peters, S. M. Glenn, R. M. Sherrell, O. M. Schofield. Relationship between light attenuation and suspended particulate material during nearshore coastal upwelling. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences. San Antonio, TX.

2000 Bergmann, T., J. Grzymski, O. Schofield, M. A. Moline and T. Newton. Characterizing the variability in the inherent and apparent optical properties during the LEO-15 1999 coastal predictive skill experiment. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences. San Antonio, TX.

2000 Moline, M. A., C. Orrico, T. Newton, O. Schofield, J. Grzymski, T. Bergmann and S. Tozzi. Phytoplankton community dynamics in the coastal waters of the LEO-15 site. ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences. San Antonio, TX.

1999 Schofield, O., S. Glenn and M. A.Moline. Integrated ocean observatories for the coastal ocean. Joint National Academy of Sciences/JASMTEC meeting. Tskuba, Japan.

1999 Moline, M. A., H. Claustre, T. K. Frazer, J. Grzymski, O. Schofield and M. Vernet. Changes in phytoplankton assemblages and potential implication for the Antarctic food web. Gordon Research Conference. Ventura, CA.

1999 Grzymski, J., P. Bergmann, O. Schofield and M. A. Moline. Deconvolving the inherent optical properties for nearshore coastal waters during upwelling at LEO-15. ASLO Santa Fe.

1999 Schofield, O., M. A. Moline, R. Steward and G. Kirkpatrick. Fluorescence-based deconvolution of the bulk inherent optical properties during a Gymnodinium breve bloom in the Gulf of Mexico. ASLO , Santa Fe.

 

Graduate Masters Advisor:

 


  • James Kelley, Increasing Lipid Production in Freshwater Algae (2009-Present)
  • Sam Rankin, Coexisting Phytoplankton Community with Toxic Algal Species Along the California Coast (2008-Present)
  • Johanna Weston, Nitrogen Budgets in a Coastal Estuary (2008-Present)
  • Anniken Lydon, Gene flow between populations of Laminaria digitata along Spitzbergen and mainland Norway (2008-Present)
  • Marc Tognazinni, Residence Times on Structuring Phytoplankton Communities (2003-2009)
  • Jenn Yost, Phytoplankton Community Structure and Dynamics Within a Buoyant River Plume (2005-2007)
  • Jessica Connolly, Exploring the Evolutionary Implications of Diatom (Bacillariophyceae) Genome Size Variation (2003-2006)
  • Noah Doughty, Spatial and Temporal Variations in Zostera marina Response to Environemental Change: An Assessment of a Possible Bioindicator in Morro Bay Estuary (2000-2006)
  • Michael Sauer, Airbourne Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Salt marsh Vegetation in Morro Bay Estuary, California (2002-2006)
  • Erika Heine, Mechanisms Structuring Bioluminescence in Near-Shore Waters (1999-2005)
  • Ian Robbins, Improved Monitoring of HABs using Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) (2002-2005)
  • Shelley Blackwell, A New Platform for Studying Bioluminescence in the Coastal Ocean (2000-2002)
  • Cristina Orrico, In Situ Classification of Phytoplankton in Optically Complex Coastal Waters (2000-2002)
  • Matthew Oliver, Estimation of Phytoplankton Production in Dynamic Coastal Waters: An Integrated Physical, Bio-optical and Physiological Approach. (1999-2001)
  • Mark Demarest, Bacterial community Heterogeneity Along Surface Waters of the Pacific Ocean (1998-2000)

Graduate Masters Thesis Committee Member:

 


  • Sarah Gravem, Sex and Microhabitat Influence: The Allocation of Mycosporine-Like Amino Acids to Tissues in the Purple Sea Urchin, Strongylocentrotus Purpuratus (M.S. awarded 2009)
  • John Becker, An Automated Ocean Profiler for the California Polytechnic State University Center for Coastal Marine Science (M.S. awarded 2005)
  • Collin Johnson, Does Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Matter? Assessing the Realized Energetic and Ecological Benefit of DOM Transport to the Marine Bryozoan Bugula neritina (M.S. awarded 2005)
  • Cowell, Stephanie, Environmental Factors Influencing Marine Bacterial Community Structure in the Western Pacific Ocean (M.S. awarded 2003)
  • John Kerfoot, Effect of UV Radiation on Dinoflagellate Physiology in Coastal Regions. (M.S. awarded 2003)
  • Dan Dugan, Crab ecology on oil platforms. (M.S. awarded 2001)

Undergraduate Senior Thesis Advisor:

  • Mellisa Accolla, Fibropapillomas in the Hawaiian green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas)
  • Carol Boland, Phytoplankton Time Series in San Luis Obispo Bay
  • Katie Brown, Phytoplankton distributions in the South Pacific
  • Debbie Calson, Phytoplankton distributions in the South Pacific
  • Melinda Chambers, Analyses of Elephant Seal Vocalizations and Behavior
  • Gery Cox, Temporal Settlement Patterns of Marine Invertebrates in Morro Bay
  • Avery Cromwel, Calibration of HF RADAR Systems
  • Jennifer Cummings, Bacterial Communities along the Eastern Pacific
  • Rich Davidson, Sedimentation Patterns in Estero Bay
  • Annette Felice, Phytoplankton Distributions in San Luis Obispo Bay
  • Carie Fitzgerald, Biological Responses to Dynamic Physical and Chemical Environments in Tidepools: A Web-Based Approach
  • Heather Garcia, Techniques in Microbial Diversity
  • Moritz Gavin, Biological Responses to Dynamic Physical and Chemical Environments in Tidepools: A Web-Based Approach
  • Drew Grey, ROV Deployments in San Luis Obispo Bay
  • Rebecca Hogan, Coral Reef Fish Behavior of Hawaii
  • Angela Holbrook, Phytoplankton distributions in the South Pacific
  • Tyler Holland, Phytoplankton distributions in the South Pacific
  • Rietta Holman, Phytoplankton Identification and Growth
  • Jeff Jones, Bacterial Communities in the Caribbean
  • Amy Langston, Bioluminescence in Coastal Systems
  • Kevin Lew, Development of a Web-based Phycology Key
  • James Madison, Time Series of Remote Sensing Reflectance
  • Jennifer Masters, Bacterial Communities along the Eastern Pacific
  • Robyn Matteson, Phytoplankton distributions in the South Pacific
  • Kaylene McFarland, Elephant Seal Mating Preferences and Behavior
  • Allison Millhollen, Phytoplankton Assemblages in the North Pacific
  • Daryl Mitani, Development of a Laboratory Manual For Marine Biology
  • Bret Moore, Temporal Dynamics of Phytoplankton in Estero Bay
  • Erin Moore, Microbial Diversity along the Central Coast
  • Daniel Muhr, Development of a Web-based Phycology Key
  • Meghan Murphy, Phytoplankton Distributions along the California Coast
  • Melissa Naylor, Microbial Diversity along the Central Coast
  • Kelly Newton, Identification and Dynamics of Net Phytoplankton in the Pacific Ocean
  • Taylor Newton, Phytoplankton Pigmentation and Remote Sensing in the Pacific Ocean
  • Wendy Nicholas, Phytoplankton Assemblages in the North Pacific
  • Matt Oliver, Behavior of the Octopus Vugarus in the Rocky Intertidal
  • Jessica Pearson, Temporal Dynamics in Estuary-Ocean Exchange: Sedimentation and Productivity
  • Nova Perrill, Remote Sensing of the Pacific Ocean
  • Erika Peters, Particulate Organic Carbon Sources in Coastal Regions
  • Shelley Peters, Marine Educational Materials for Grades 5 & 6 at Diablo Canyon Marine Biology Laboratory
  • Dwight Peterson, 3-D Visualization of Oceanographic Databases
  • Anne Pimentel, Identification and Dynamics of Net Phytoplankton in the Pacific Ocean
  • Caitrin Phillips, AUV Deployments in Huntington Beach
  • Ryan Roe, Ecology and Population Dynamics of Stingray Populations off Hunington Beach, California
  • Jeff Sevajian, Nearshore Ocean Currents Measured with an AUV
  • Jill Shook, Female-Female Pinniped Communication
  • Dorinda Shoemaker, Coastal Bioluminescence
  • Jennifer Spahr, Bacterial Communities along the Eastern Pacific
  • Chelsea Talmadge, Temporal Dynamics of Phytoplankton in Estero Bay
  • Erika Tillman, Development of a Web-based Phycology Key
  • Tim Tringali, Techniques in Microbial Diversity
  • Jared Varonin, Temporal Dynamics of Zooplankton and Invertebrate Larvae in Estero Bay
  • Charles Villafana, Distribution and Temporal Patterns in Elephant Seal Colonization of Piedras Blancas
  • John Wakeman, Dentistry Research Internship
  • Stacie Wellman, Algal Infestation
  • Brian Wenzel, Beach Site Fidelity in the Northern Elephant Seal, Mirounga angustirostris
  • Eric Wilkins, Temporal Settlement Patterns of Marine Invertebrates in Morro Bay
 
 


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