Wednesdayinn 20. January 2010

Master's Projects Presentations

This week the students graduating from the Coastal and Marine Management master's program will present their master's projects. The presentations will be held at the University Centre but sent out via Skype since students, advisors and external readers are situated around the world. The presentations are open to the public and will be on Thursday and Friday in Room 1-2 at the University Centre.

Thursday, January 21
13:30
Traian Leu
Estimating the Impacts of Bridges on Juvenile Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua, in Icelandic Fjords
Advisor: Guðbjörg Ásta Ólafsdóttir

15:00
Jacob Kasper
Spatial and Temporal Trends of Fifteen Noncommercial fin-fish species in Iceland between 1985 and 2009
Advisor: Höskuldur Björnsson

Friday, January 22
12:10
Astrid Dispert
On the importance of including metadata when dealing with Local Ecological Knowledge
Advisor: Chris Miller

14:30
Henry Fletcher
Opportunities for Greater Public Participation in the Natural Sciences: a Case Study of the Alde and Ore
Futures ICZM Project, Suffolk, UK
Advisor: Rodrigo Menafra

16:00
Danielle Stollack
An Exploratory Study of a Situated Learning-to-Change Process in 3 Eastern Cape Coastal Communities
Advisor: Rob O'Donoghue

Students and instructors on a sailboat trip in Ísafjarðardjúp fjord at the beginning of the CMM program in September 2008.
Students and instructors on a sailboat trip in Ísafjarðardjúp fjord at the beginning of the CMM program in September 2008.